Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,Q'''':VOLUME 39. pjf .*.' 1& STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1917. NUMBER 16. 3l




:? ., CITY TUESDAY Grounds Teem-With Choice Exhibits SECOND, DETACHMENT BRAD- TORPEDO; SAFE Organized Propaganda- Against I VIENNA WANTS PEACE.

.j,,. M of Agricultural and FORD YOUNG MEN COMPLETE Bond Issue Being Conducted -

:RUMORS THAT/ FIRE WAS Other Industries. Twenty-two are-Ordere to ReportTo VESSEL MAKES PORT DESPITE Throughout Country. Austrian With Premier German Refuses Chancellor.to Deal '

-, Leave Tuesday Morning. SERIOUS DAMAGEONE -

of twenty-two OF KILLED AND FIVE Tages Zeitung of Berlin, as quoted in
detachment CREW
.JUOO CATTLE: AND 3,300 HOGS BEFORE. LD IN COUNTYTHE to an Exchange Telegraph Dispatch from
Bradford county men are go
r ( 'BURNED TO DEATH,-LOSS young forward to the training camp _at Co- WOUNDED; U-BOAT DOUBT- Amsterdam, says the Count Czernin, t

. ESTIMATED AT $750,000. EXHIBITS ARE VIEWED'"BY lumbia, S.' C., next Tuesday morning. LESS ESCAPED DAMAGE. WORK OF PRO-GERMAN AGENTS i Austro-Hungarian foreign minister, .

IMMENSE CROWDS 'OF PEOPLE The men have been ordered to report HAS BEEN GOING OX FOR TWO recently requested the German chancellor -
; Dr. Michaelis, to state Ger-
to the Local Board Monday, October -
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 16Reports FROM ALL OVER tHE STATE- 22nd, at 3 ,o'clock p. m. They (many's peace terms, urging that Ger-
which destroyed large CANNING American destroyer on patrol duty in MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT AT many make concessions in the west.
that the fire a DEPARTMENT ESPECIALLY will remain here until Tuesday morning i
the war zone was torpedoed by an en- Count i
.' ,:portion of the Kansas City stock yards COMPLETE. departing on the 9:30 train: emy submarine yesterday and had one WASHINGTON whereupon Czernin he stated received that a vague he could reply -
in the death of The forming this detachmentare no 1
today and ap'proximately man killed and five wounded. She longer negotiate with Dr. Michaelis
11,000 head of cattle and as follows: managed to make port in spite of se- ,
inasmuch the chancellor
17.: as made
of origin LAKE BUTLER Oct. if. The Forrest Assotus Shaller, Lake Oct.
incendiary 391
an -
1,300 hogs, was .vere damage. '
".... agents in the United States vague statements when clearness and
persisted tonight, although discredited Bradford County Fair opened here : Butler .Vice Admiral Sims cabled a brief report frankness were imperatively
by officials of the corporation yesterday morning with a fairly good 637-Frank,Starling, Starke.704 "'* of the incident to the navy department cording to reports to the treasury de- neces-
attendance for the opening day. The Lawson Tillis, Starke. partment, have directed their energies
owning, the yards. Harry late today. He gave few details toward the Loan. These statements of the Tages Zei- ,
definite fire esti- Fair association has spared 805 Luther H. Cribbs, Starke. defeating Liberty "
While no damage no pains but it is assumed there was no tung are not denied, the dispatch adds
Their has borne ,
mates have as yet been made, insurance this year to make the fair a greater 51-Carl A. Prevatt, Lawtey. fight and that the U-boat made good organized propaganda and have caused
adjusters and officials of the stock success than last year'and it is hoped 121-Cecil Iveson Cason, Lake But- her 'escape after launching a torpedo fruit, from Minnesota to Texas, it is a great sensation, be-
ing particularly illustrative of the fer-
asserted in scattered localities where
the loss their efforts will meet with ler. J i
yards corporation place approximately success. without showing herself.
vent desire for the of
weak efforts have been made, not peace on part
$750,000. This morning the attendance was con- 858-Levy Elkin Johns, Hampton. Gunner's Mate Osmond 'Kelly In-, I Austria. J 4
Heavy insurance was carried both siderably larger, the people from the i 212-Benjamin Rhodes Newsom,I gram was the man killed. He was openly, but by indirect methods dis- j I t!

upon the buildings of the stock yards surrounding country and different Lake Butler. blown overboard by the explosion and courage subscriptions. I ----S i

and upon the live stock but the amount towns in the county attending. The 1143-Grover Lee Jinkins, Bell. his body was not recovered. Ingram's The work of the pro-German agents, GERMANS ARE IN POSSESSION f

has not been announced. visitors spent the day very pleasantly 622-William Sapp, Starke. mother; Mrs. Betty Ingram, lives at officials assert, has been carried on for |I OF TIlE ISLAND OF OESEL ;

Investigations were made during the and profitably looking over the 1173-William A. Berry, New River. Pratt City, Ala. more than two weeks. Some of the -

day by J. E. Marvin fire warden, and many exhibits, which are all now in 539-Emmett, K. Perryman, Starke. In accordance with the policy of secrecy workers have had the temerity, reports Petrograd Does Not Admit Fact-
of the Kansas place and which takes considerably 1004 Silas Yarborough, Raiford. to the treasury indicate, to con-
Chief John Egner, City&e up concerning American naval op- Captures Large Amount of Booty.
,:. department. Both men believe the space on both the lower and upper 156-John Morgan Little, Lake But- erations,* the department did not .divulge duct their operations here in the 'na -

..' fn was set but declared that the area floors. The live stock and poultry ler.. the name of the destroyer or the tional capital. "
is so devastated that no indications of exhibits are especially interesting and 940-Math L. Mann, Raiford. exact place of the encounter. Official recognition of the propa- The Germans are apparently In en-

4 an incendiary origin could have escap-! call for much favorable comment on 436-Thomas Jefferson Jones, Lulu. None of the wounded was seriouslyhurt. ganda against the loan was voiced today tire possession of the Island of Oesel "

ed the flames. the part of all who see them. In look- 299-James Daniel Furman Bell,.Lu They are Herman H Pankratz, by Col. Herbert M. Lord, repre- at the head of the Gulf of Riga, and r

-' The statement of the officers is based ing over the display of hogs, one can- lu. gunner's mate, St. Louis; William E. senting the war department at the war I the Russian forces still there are cut
risk insurance conference at which the off from
not help:but mark the vast improve- 19-Noah Howard, Lawtey. communication with Petro-
largely upon the assertions of Lieut Merritt, seaman, New York City; F. I
ment in "the* stock, which has taken 872-John I. Marr Highland. details of the new sailors and soldiers : grad. Several naval engagements con-
"E J. Bishoff of the first fire company W. Km, fireman, toledo; Patrick Rut- '
l' ,,'.t 'arrive at the yards after the alarm place in the past five years, when the 544 ferry Madison Johns, Starke. ledge oiler, New York City; and Wil- .insurance law are being explained to tinue in adjacent waters, and German
from the aircraft
j[ had been received, who said that three common Florida razor-back was the 13ft Roman Addison, Lake Butler. liam Seimer, fireman, Dundas, Minn. [officers and enlisted men va- are carrying out reconnais-
: predominating meat hog of this section 838-*Herschell K. Crosby, Starke. This is the first time an American rious cantonments. sances over the islands in the Gulf of
) fins were burning fully 2,000 yards "
i "There has been anorganized effort, Riga and the mainland
In .the different hog stalls one ,:; Alternates.. warship has been hit by the aver to
In different of the enemy
apart portions i
can see fine Durocs and Pol n4 hinas 334Mason Elixson, Lake Butler. since the war began. Destroyers con- said Col. Lord, who was chairman of I east. Pernau, an important gulf port ;

; yards- and even the Florida variety Is much 268.-:Willie Ray Williams, Lake But- voying troops and merchantmen have today's meeting, "to discourage and north of Riga and due east of Oesel

': George R. Collet*'general manager improved from proper feeding .and ..' 'ler. submarines and believedto defeat the the loans." 'Island has been bombed by German
engaged are
of tfcfe stock yards, declared he believed This effort, he added has been made naval
: breeding. The'cattle and ex* 272- fester Roberts, Lake Butler. have accounted for some of them, airships. ,
'f the fire resulted from natural maid by "seeking to misrepresent the The Berlin office
hibit also shows, a very inri 96 --Andrew Green, Raiford.SERGEANT and the ships patrolling the European pa- war announces that
: "
: C>uMt.and"that the .wind had blown triotism of the new national large
provement over the Fair of last army. quantities of booty were cap-
i year. -----w--, --- shipping lanes undoubtedly have had
r sparks from the first fire starting the On the lower floor F.,11. Rovers has .' many an encounter of which nothinghas. An official account of the proceedingsof tured on Oesel island and that more

other two blazes. Private detectives one of the best exhibits of homeCuredmeat r been heard, but' until, yesterday the conference, which was behind than 1,100 prisoners were taken by the

.: however, were said to be investigating that has eved been raised in the none.had been touched by a'hostile closed doors, issued tonight by the Germans Wednesday.On .

1 the incendiary rumors. county; L. W. Kickliter of Starke, has !i treasury department, reads as follows: the mainland to the south l of

The work of clearing away the debris an excellent exhibit of canned products' shot.Naval armed American "In convincing refutation of the Riga there has been considerable activity -
for the reconstruction of the 'de- gun crews on slander which was to the effect that the of
syrup, honey, etc. E. W. Miller, pro- merchantmen have not been so on part the Germans, who
stroyed pens and buildings began at T the men of the new national at endeavored
prietor of Lakeside Farms, has a fine fortunate. Many of them have had to army op- one point to throw pon-

once, exhibition of pecans, pinders, etc. He abandon"their charges and take to the posed the war, Sol. Lord announcedthat toon bridges over the Dvine river. The

i Receiving and selling will be resum- has a new variety of pinders that are boats, usually after an unwarned torpedo subscription from the army for Russian artillery, however, preventedthe

; ed in the stock yards in the morning in almost twice as large as the Spanishnuts attack, and one officer and thir- the loan already aggregate $26,000,000and bridging of the stream.

f an classes of live stock except stockers and are said to be more prolific. teen men have lost their lives, while that some of the subscriptionswere A report, which if true probably indicates -

and feeders in the cattle class, according On the ground floor there are exhibits four men now are in German prison written in foreign languages.Sign that the Germans are prepar-
to Mr. Collet. An embargo on of farm machinery, Sea Island cot- Up for Insurance. ing for a, big naval demonstration

this class will be necessary'until next ton, irrigation plants, cotton stalks, camps In all the navy has lost one officer I. "The announcement caused great against the Russians from the Baltic,
t Monday, he declared. etc. the whole enthusiasm among the delegates from comes from Malmo, in southern Swe-
sugar cane, potatoes, 4" St and sixteen men-the only men of
making a very creditable array of America's fighting forces actually kill- the army and navy, marine corps and den., It says a large number of Ger- 1 -

farm products and farm machinery.The ed in action.In coast guard (attending the confer- man warcraft were observed Monday.

; LIBERTY BOND MEETING, MONDAY upper'floor of the main buildingis J addition to the men lost on mer- I ence). 500 of whom swarmed up to !and Tuesday and that the belief pre-
.,t used for the exhibits of art and fan. chanmen and Gunner's Mate Ingram the platform following the address and vails that they were reinforcementsfor

cy work, work of the school children, two naval fliers have lost their lives signed war insurance applications, all the German Baltic fleet.
I E. S. Matthews, county chairman, drawing and painting. In one end of ij ab the French front. of which except forty were for the The expected renewal of the great

has been requested to announce a liberty this floor is the exhibit of the Red Naval officers do not doubt that the maximum of $10,000." offensive by the British and French

bond meeting at the county courthouse Cross which attracts a great deal of torpedoed destroyer was taken una- Assembled from various sources, the troops in Belgium has not eventuated.
for Sunday afternoon at 3:30 attention efforts of workers against the loan ap- Heavy bombardments and reconnoi-
the submarine and had
.o'clock. The district committee will is wares by no pear to have been directed along four I tering encounters still prevail.
The Times-Union booth attractinga chance to bring her guns into play.
; apply speaker for the occasion. All main channels: There have bee bombardments
a ,
great deal of attention and is inter They think it probable that the U-boat
patriotic Attempts to discourage prospective on the southern front in France
citizens and
are requested to at-
esting to those who have never understood cruising in search of merchant vessels
tend. buyers of Liberty bonds. in the Austro-Italian theatre where
4.s. ,
how modern daily is stumbled the
a paper upon patrolling destroyer -
Efforts to prevent certain banks from the Isonzo front to the sea the
made. Those who visit the booth car- and was fortunate enough to launcha
from handling the bonds. Austrians the
and Italians
OFFICE WORKERS GO ON STRIKEIN ry away souvenirs in the shape of a torpedo and dive to safety without The publication, in certain newspa- shelling each other. are heavily
TAMPA. linotype slug on which is engraved the ever showing more than her periseope. '.'
pers and other mediums of publicity, British aviators have dropped tons
of the It is believed too that the
name paper. destroyer -
of editorials and articles which, while of bombs on Bruges and and also have
afternoon the k s have
Yesterday prizes were must been steaming slowly
TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 16.-Office workers awarded the canning club girls as follows a over her beat for at top speed these not directly opposing loan subscrip- loosed explosives on a factory near
tions, tend to discourage buyers. Saarbrucken, Germany while the Germans
> in eleven cigar factories struck for : I craft present an almost unhittable tar- -
The prevention so far as local and have bombed Nancy and Dunkirkat
higher wages today, and as a result OWEN J. ANDERS. get to the submarines. ;
approximately twenty-five thousand First price, a two-weeks short coursein sporadic efforts can prevent of the the former place killing ten persons t

cigar makers are out of employment. canning at Tallahassee, Miss Bar- Friends of Owen James Anders, one FINE SUGAR CANE.J. placing Liberty Loan posters and ad- and wounding forty. ;! ;
Indications that there will be bara Moore. of the first selected men to leave vertising literature where it will be .,
'" a
general strike of office workers in a Second prize, Miss Mabel Byrd. Starke for the training camp at Columbia most beneficial. I ELEVEN GERMAN MACHINES .

1 r few days unless the demands are met. Third prize, Miss Annie Mae An- S. C.. will be glad to know he J. Truby has left two very fine Attempt to discourage buyers by the I SHOT DOWN BY THE FRENCH

drews., has been made a first sergeant in the sugar canes at the Bank of Starke. personal plea method, have been con- I I
Fourth.prize, Miss Lorena Johnson. National Army. He was made a cor- Both have 15 matured joints. In a fined mostly to the East. -;

f HOGS WANTED. Fifth prize, Miss Iva Coleman. poral soon,after his arrival at camp, patch of two acres on the Truby farm Efforts to prevent banks from hand- Thirty Prussian Aviators Attack and I

Sixth'prize, Miss Julia Register. and his. meritorious conduct has there are not less than 20,000 cane of ling the bonds have centered chieflyin Dropped Number of Bombs.! .

Within an hour a few days two farmed Seventh prize, Miss Edith Rivers. brought him another promotion. this size besides about 20,000 stalks Wisconsin, Minnesota North and .-

asked a representative of the Telegraph Eighth prize, Miss Irene Mattox. Sergeant Anders writes his mother, running smaller. South Dakota Montana, Missouri and PARIS, Oct. 18-Eleven German air :

if he knew where there were Ninth prize, Miss Vicey Moore. Mrs. Josephine Anders Pitts, of Oklahoma. The president of a Wis- planes were shot down by the French t _

any hogs for sale. There seems to bea Tenth prize, Miss Emma Griffis. Starke, that he is faring as well at consin bank has advised the treasury I yesterday, or driven to the earth in !
Eleventh prize, Miss Mary Tillis. CATCH STOCKYARDS FIREBUG that his depositors, mostly Germans, the German lines in damaged condi-
very large crop of hoe feed in the camp as he could ask. He says thaton i
county, but many farmers are short Twelfth prize Miss Jennie Griffith. arrival at camp the men find plen- SUSPECTS. or of German parentage, have with- ,tion, the war office reports. Nancy ,-
Thirteenth prize, Miss Carrie Lee drawn thousands of dollars from was again attacked this time by a
.on hogs. If persons having an oversupply ty of food and comfortable sleeping many I
|| will advertise them in the Telegraph Green. quarters all ready for them. He has KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 17.-Two his bank because he aided the first Lib- squadron of thirty German machines. ,

-,' we are sure they will secure Fourteenth prize, Miss Mary Dukes. had one little sick spell and was given arrests were made today by the police erty Loan. These depositors, he add- The announcement follows:

buyers at once.BRADLEY. During the exercises of awardingthe the best of medical attention and and government agents in connection ed had taken their accounts to two "At about 6 o'clock yesterday even- I

prizes short talks were made by the most kindly treatment, His com- with the fire that partially destroyedthe rival banks on the understanding that ing thirty enemy airplanes made anew t

C. K. McQuarrie, stateagent United rades saw that he did not lack for dock yards yesterday. The au- those banks would not aid the second raid over Nancy and threw several 1

XOT A SLACKER. States cooperative demonstrationwork careful nursing.In thoritits*suspect the fire was of incen- Liberty Loan. bombs. There were some victims I

i ; Prof. W. A. Dopson, United the' he has been assigned diary irigin. The DamS: of the men Many banks have felt the pressureof among the civilian population. 1
., States Farm Labor Department Miss company German influence in this On October 17, six German airplaneswere
; thbe!1. Ore former
Cot W. T. Weeks has received the to there are at present 85 men but were vi employe
H, B. Layton State Canning Club I reports indicate. So pronouncedwas destroyed and five fell disabledin
the yards z.rretpfin Okla-
at was
following telegram: I there are to be 185, and all of them I'
-, Houston Texas Agent; and Miss Margaret Burleigh, Florida boys. There are at the time homa City. Police say the man in the movement that the states of the German lines."
County Demonstration Agent. here has made statement Minnesota, North and South Dakota Aviators are carrying out several ,
Oct. 121917.. of writing 18,000 men in and he custody a
Colonel The exhibit of the Delco Light Com- camp which two others. and Montana recently decided that bombing sorties on railroad stations I
W. T. Weeks, has not implicates
yet across personal
Starke pany is very fine and is attracting any they would withdraw state funds from at different points. '
Fla. acquaintances from Florida.
much attention. They have two dyn- any bank which did not support the I 1
Dear Sir heard
through a I Sergeant Anders writes that the
furnish loan. number of such publications, it is asserted '
amos in operation and lights REPORT LOSS OF WAR VESSEL.
friend that I was called for army and;i men have plenty to do but that they 1
,ai I : for the entire Fair. In Missouri and Oklahoma the pro- have been industriously print- J .
from Texas in Floridiexpected
registered have after
German element is said to have ing editorials and articles of a tone !
to be notified, when I .was, The amusement part of tte Fair is noons and all of Sunday oft of duty. COPENHAGEN, Oct. 18.-Rumors : ap- studied to produce
bank direc- apparently impressions -
called please wire what to do as am nd", well taken care of by Jim Moore'sShows His friends can reach him by ad- of the loss of a German warship in the I tors plied and strong officers pressure to induce on them to rev unfavorable to the loan. '
Blacker please send this to the Tel : consisting of merry-go-round, him T. B. Jackson 1
306 M.
-. dressing Camp Sound the narrow strait between Denmark to the of
frain from participating in the flota- Attempts, prevent posting 1
r side shows, etc. The Stirffwaltz fam-
graph Columbia, S. C. i and Sweden, are being circulated tion of the second loan. The banks, Liberty Loan posters and placards in
Prof Stirewaltz, Felix .
M. L. BRADLEY ily, consisting ,. i
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reports are unconfirmed
have madein
the clown the road however, turned a deaf ear to these advantageous places been
2405 Carphan StreetVMr. youngest on will exhibits but the bodies:of two German .
ers also have in Jackson- representations and subscriptions are many places, notably Washington.In
and Hazeline LeMont and Lena, acro-
has desire
Bradley evidently no ville from this county'besides the Fair marines and a sailor have drifted to now reported to be increasing heavilyin some instances posters have been
to shirk bats, give a' free acrobatic performance -
his duties to his country, and association. shore in the vicinity bf.Elsinore, Den- that section.A torn down.
it is safe to say his failure to show up day and night. I. mark. _
Not until Col. Lord's announcement
the check is kept by the treasury on
in time on account of circumstance A. E. Koehler, representing
all editorials and articles today, however, did officials ,believe
over which he had no control will no Florida State Fair at Jacksonville The Telegraph-the county paper- newspaper '
I be counted against him. t"' visited the Fair Tuesday..'-.He succeeded contains all live Statet land National Buy a Liberty Loan Bond, and help referring to the loan, not only in pub- that the effort .was organized, and

: in placing an exhibit from Bradford news,'as well as doings'cf the farm the Bradford County boys win this lications printed in English, burin the now say it bear all the imprints of a

fair. Several oth- and home folks. war. foreign ,language press as well A carefully directed conspiracy.
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RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. The Beauty Secret. .
N. I'Little Girls Arriving in This Country 0 God of infinite mercy, hear the

* . . . BEEN BOOSTED 1,500,000 MEN Place Blame on German Officers. fore mothers Thy of throne this for land the as loved we plead ones be-we \ Ladies sistible desire charm-a that inv 1$

cood $|
are sending forth battle for the Right.
f HOLYOKE, Mass., Oct. 17.-Additional Though our hearts are bowed with sor- I t. 4" complexion.cater f

In Six Months Her Naval Force1 I directing force behind all this work of evidences of the atrocities inflicted row, we pray not for ourselves, all they do not wish otKen''
I innocent children the
war preparation, and its members on by 0 of
our prayers, God love, are for know
f Has Been Trebled, and Dou- I earned the commendation of President kaiser's soldiers were brought to light them, the priceless treasures of our ;f "to( a beautifi :x

I Wilson for their faithful efforts. recently with the arrival in this coun- lives. We are willing to suffer, and, ;/1 1 has been used so tW>'.:

ble Number Ships Ready. What Congress Has Done. try of 24 little Belgian girls betweenthe if need be, to die, for our country.We 1 buy a bottle of

APPRECIATES KIT. Reviewing in detail the work of Con- ages of six and ten, 23 of whom would gladly give our lives to
Senator Martin, the Senate floor had either one or both of their hands
gress, these
loved dearer Magnolia Balm
' .. : leader, called attention to the follow- cut off at the wrist by German soldiers than life itself who out
are going
Red ao
of the Starke .
One of the
I kit in which she fight foes, seen and unseen, to face all
: r Cross sent a comfort Resolution declaring a state of war The information was furnished by a the horrors of the battlefield, and .ad HM according to simple dircdioo. tam i :
; placed a motherly letter, and in response between Germany and the United student connected with a college for men u noticed: at once. SootKui .coahai .j'refreshing. .
. to die that others [
she received the following CONGRESS HAS APPROPRIATED some perchance Heal.Sunburn,(toe* aD. J
in this This
States. women city.
of appreciation: young woman may live, but by no word or look will rr.. Whit mRl.
beautiful letter $21,000,000,000 TO SHOW THE ,
with others
f Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga., General deficiency act, appropriating along undertook to we hold them back when duty calls 75c.CII'Dp1J"hi rwJil ilttct
Oct 7, 1917. KAISER THE SUPERIORITY OF $163,841,400, of which $100,000,000was help some of the innocent sufferers them to save others. Sample (either color) for 2c. StLyonMif.Gx. ,
, DEMOCRACY OVER "KULTUR." for national security and defense, from German barbarity and sent a request Give them the manhood to meet this
Dear Madam: 40 South Fihb SL.Bo cJ
to of the American relief N.y.
I and otherwise to assist in the one
prose- supreme test of life, give them the
Your very useful little "bag of comfort" U. S. IN WAR GAME TO STAY. cution of the agencies in France, asking that 24 lit-
reached'my hands some weeks war.Appropriation strength of body, of mind and soul to -
: tle girls be sent to America to be taken -
of $273,046,322 for do battle for the Right and to -
. have had- succor
but with the work we
i ago and educated in the homesof -
t getting camp cleared up, drilling, etc., THE United States has the support of the army for the fiscal parents care of the woman students. the women and children. Arm them
Ask Your Groce
( little 1918. with Divine power to smite evil fold
I every day, there has been very year After several months the chil- ;
time left in which we might expressour k been a belligerent nation Provision for selective draft of 1- I dren arrived and delay to this them in Thy loving arms; yea, though

j appreciation of kindnesses.I for six months and during 000,000 for the National Army. city. When the girls were were brought met at the they walk through the Valley of the

am sure, if any member of the Red that period has shattered all records Authorizing one additional midshipman railroad station the awful evidencesof Shadow of Death may Thy presence
Cross Society could feel the way a soldier for each senator, representativeand banish every fear and Thy rod and
in the rush of barbarous cruelty were seen. Onlyone
preparationsto CHEEWSCOFFEES
comfort delegate in Congress. Thy staff comfort them.
does when he receives a of the pitiful in
Ii bag from their hands, even for just take an active part in the war Sundry civil appropriation bill car- session of both hands.refugees Some was of them pos- For three long years the men of our
moment, that they would be amply in rying $147,363,962. Allies have battled for us as for their
one Europe.The were minus both hands while the remainder -
'I.; repaid for the work and expense of Army and navy deficiency bill total- could exhibit own homes, and their loved ones have
has been boosted to only one mem-
nearly -
I lit r I making up one. A soldier is taught 1,500,000 army men and the naval ling $3,342,404,131. ber which escaped the cruelty of their endured the sorrow which now we
: to do without lots of things which person- Authority to Take Over Ships. I must face. Our men go forth to kelp
i captors. All the victims declared Ger-
, nel has been trebled, has also the
as save us from ruin and the world from
I add to his comfort, for the sake Authorizing the President to takeover
t might officers had ordered the
number of ships in active service. Con- man army am-
''f of efficiency. Yet, the very absence for the United States any vessel putations. barbarism. We suffer, but we glory Best By Every Tes*
I has voted appropriate ns
' f of these things make them doubly appreciated gress aggre- owned in whole or part by any corpor- in their manhood. We dedicate our
: when they are received gating $21,000,000,000, an amount ation, citizen or subject of any nation SOLDIER KILLS lives to this Great Cause that we may

i through the kind-heartedness____ _ of our equal to the outlay of Great Britain with which the United States might be NEGRO AGED serve behind the lines while they are
patriotic women.r-- Most' u of us-feel the during the first three years of the war 'at war. MAX AT CAMP ORDWAY. I carrying forward the flag of civiliza Drives Out Malaria,Build I and equal to nearly 25 cent of the
per The Old Standard general etrengRheeialoak
woman's hand, her
absence of pres-
a financial outlay of all the Allies. To- Increasing the commissioned and tion.The GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.e5moi3Ualana.enriche
ence in the home, very keenly, and warrant and enlisted strength of the WASHINGTON, Oct. 13.-Negro soldiers prayers of a world in agony, for $the blood.and buildlll tltsno
day the greatest of all the world's democracies whom these loved tern. A true tonic. Fur adult and children 0
i I there are times when homesickness stands for the navy and marine corps from 87,000 to on guard duty at Camp Ordway ones are fighting, *
overcomes us. However, I for one, fray 150,000, in the first instance, and from here were ordered withdrawn last are lifted up to Thee for these men. -
with entire nation and its indus-
cheer myself up with the thought of tries 17,400 to. 30,000 in the second. night after the killing of Andrew J. They are offering all that earth holds
thoroughly organized and with
back home" and what some of Private dear, because they have heard Thy
"those its people unit in supporting Presi- Amending the war risk act and appropriating Cooper, an aged carpenter, by
them are sacrificing. a $45,130,000 to insure vessels Jerry Ward, and a resulting strike of voice calling them to the noblest workto
dent Wilson and his advisers in their
; The little bag we received brought I of action. and their cargoes. about 700 workmen. which lives were ever consecrated. HR

I more than just a few articles-it course Grows Over Million Authorizing issuance of rifles and Cooper was shot while going into the Thy love, 0 God, our Father, excels
Army Men.
brought a lot of good wishes and cheer The United States a which equipment for home guards. camp on his way to work. Ward, who all human love, so we leave them with
from those "back home," which army num- Appropriating $3,231,094,541 for was arrested by the military, said the Thee. To Thee have we committed
bered when
120,000 Congress
recognized -
amounts to a great, great deal. And that state of existed with military and naval establishment on carpenter, who was not using the pro- them. i
Mrs. K the comfort bag which you a war entrance failed to his They are Thine created in Thy
, so, account of war expenses. per obey com-
Germany on April expanded to
: made, and which I was fortunate 335,000 through the volunteer i. Providing for the punishment of acts mand to "halt. Friends of the dead image.
enough to receive, has counted for a I IJ system. of interference with foreign relations, man said he was slightly deaf and Into them Thou has breathed the
The National Guard
which had
J great deal, and it is my first reference' tal strength of 150,000, last April a to- the neutrality and the foreign com- probably did not hear the sentry. breath of life in its largest and di- WDeWitt

i in these minor troubles to which we now has nearly 380,000.men Within few, merce of the United States, to punish I Ward is held for trial by courtmartial -I vinest sense.

I I i I now fall heir-whether it be bruise days all of the first increment of a the espionage and better enforce the crim- the military having refused demands In their sacnnce, offering their lives I

!I or button-and there are remedies for new National Army, consisting of inal laws of this country. of the district civilian authori- that others may live, they are follow-I j

I both. I thank' you very sincerly, in- 687,000 men, will be in training can- Condemnation of lands for military ties that he be turned over to them. ing in the footsteps of the Son of God 't

deed.From tonments, bringing the total numberof purposes. After the shooting several hundred Himself, who died to make men free
the way I refer to "back men under arms to nearly 1,500,000. Appropriating $640,000,000 to in- carpenters and other employes at the from the power of evil. We trust R
home" one would infer that Floridawas camp refused to go to work until the them, 0 God, to Thy infinite love, and .
During this same six months the en- crease the army signal corps and to
it my home. However, it is not, negro guard was withdrawn and the themas
to Thy ever-watchful Hold
eye. E
tire army organization has been mod- manufacture, maintain and operate air
though I love it very much. My home ernized to take advantage of lessons ships. entire force was idle all day. in Thy work and fulfilling the ...
is in Virginia. 'However, I love Flor-
I learned on French battlefields by the Authorizing the United States to teachings of Him who spake as never
ida and am coming back when the war American generals who have been observing take possession of sites for permanent The Telegraph-the county paper- man spake, when He taught that C. Jonesj

is over to live there-at least a certain the conflict with the armies of I aviation stations for the army and contains all live State and Nationalnews greater love hath no man than that he

"little might Cracker" has assured me thatI the Allies. Without a single mishap, navy for school purposes. as well as doings of the farm is willing to lay down his life for others Starke FloridaThe "

the War has sent Providing $27,826,150 for the con- and home folks. .-Manufcturers Record. ,
II I Let me again thank you for the com- :. Department an expeditionary -
force to France under Ma- struction, repair and preservation of
j I fort bag, Mrs. K, and express my appreciation I
I I of the kindness which jor-General John J. Pershing, a move certain public works on rivers and
I which has done harbors.
more to strengthen the
prompted to send it

|!II!j', Very you HERMON sincerely W.yours BRYAN, forces morale than of the if 'the French force and had English entered state Enlarging Commerce membership Commission of the and Inter-also - - -

the and the
i i'1 Sergeant, Co. B., 116th Machine Gun fray won a mighty victory. amending act to regulate com-
The Medical Corps and all other merce.
Wheeler Macon.
; Battalion Camp ,
branches of the army have been reorganized Appropriating $11,346,400 to stim-
and boosted to full war ulate agriculture and facilitate distri-
ORGANIBATION OF BRADFORD strength and all units are preparing bution of agricultural products.
I COUNTY RED CROSS. for early service. Providing $162,500,000 for encour-

The aviation corps has been addedto aging the production, conserving the Telegraph'sGreat

All citizens of Bradford county interested by thousands of men, and with a supply and controlling the distributionof

.. i in Red Crow work are invited fleet of 20,000 airplanes by spring, it food products and fuel. .
to attend a meeting to be held at the is assured that the Allies will have Billions to Aid Our Allies.

I courthouse at Starke, today, at 7:30 complete mastery of the air. The air- Authorization of an additional issueof
planes are the "eyes" of the modern bonds to further the
j p. m., at which meeting Bradford prosecute war Premium Offeri
County Chapter, American National fighting machine, and to gain controlof and to extend additional credit to for-

Red Cross will be organized and officers the air and deprive the enemy of eign governments. This act made an

elected.A i taking observations, is a long step toward additional appropriation of $4,021- I ,
representative from the North I the ultimate victory.The 277,890 to extend credit in the United

Florida Chapter will be present to United States navy has three States for foreign government by purchase -

speak in behalf of and assist in the or- times the number of ships in service of bonds of our Allies; authorize A FINE MAP OF EUROPE
'" ganization, and an entertianing prog- that were sailing the seas on April I additional issue of $4,000,000,000 of .':

ram has been arranged.You 6th. Every vessel in reserve has been bonds to meet loans to foreign govern I ;,

are urged to attend and invite called into action and manned. The (I I ments; authorizes an additional issue : .
all your friends. navy personnel has jumped from 64- of one-year certificates of indebtedness i

680 to 143,726, and, what is more to I(I amounting to $2,000,000,000 and In these stirring times when our country is prepar-

the point, Secretary of the Navy Dan- an increase of five year war saving to send
ing two million of
our to the battle-
that he can get all the certificates amounting to $2,000,000-
J KNITTERS. men he wants whenever he wants j 000. fields of Europe everyone is interested in the geographyof

C* ', ---- them. U. S. destroyers are cutting! Appropriating $5,356,666,016 to sup- that continent.

i A splendid opportunity for doing and down submarine ravages in French ply deficiencies in appropriations for When we read that the Allies have captured this ,.
English waters and are guarding the fiscal year 1918 and prior years on
much needed war relief work has come the transportation of American sol- account of war expenses, and authoriz- or that point or that the Germans have driven the Rus- J
to the of the United States in
I.. a call by women the Red Cross for 6,000,000 diers and supplies to France. ing contract obligations to be met by sians further back from the Russian frontier we in- :-
The United States shipping board future Congresses
..,' ,r.,, knitted articles for the war front in has 1,039 vessels under constructionand 401,458,393. This is amounting the largest to $2-appropriation stinctively wish for a map to see just the location of the '

France. Maj. Grayson M. P. Murphy, is planning for a tonnage of 11- act passed by any country.Act points we have been reading about.
of Gen. Pershing's staff has cabled
000,000, greater in the aggregate than to define, regulate and
that he must have, before cold weath- the punish The Telegraph has made arrangements to supplythe
nations of Europe have sent to sea trading with the and
er, 1,500,000 each of sleveless sweaters enemy appro- popular demand for good of at
in recent years.Congress priating $450,000 to enforce its a map Europe a very
t pro- .
muffers, socks and wrislets. "We which adjourned on the visions. low price. We have contracted with a publishing house

I l. winter inexpressably finding dread us without the supplies coming of to 6th of this session month in after the most momentous Providing $2,500,000,000 for war expenses for a large number of handsome three-page charts, containing -
history, was the and other
.: meet the situation," cabled Maj. Mur purposes. I a map of Europe 28x36 inches. Besides this '
phy.Many I fine map of Europe there is a map of Florida, the latest .
: patriotic women have BAKER COUNTY TERM OF CIR.
answered this Red Cross call, CUlT COURT ENDS. LEMON JUICE IS published, a map of the United States and possessions, "

work is not yet done. Not nOblY\\ I FRECKLE REMOVER and a map of the world.In .

: knitters are now at work to '
e MACCLENNY, Oct. 12.-The fall -
consignment to France "before cold addition to being of.special interest at this time

weather," as Maj. Murphy asked. Ev- term Wills of and the Prosecutor circuit court Long, with in Judge atten- Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty the chart will prove a great help to school children anda

ery woman and girl in the whole coun- dance, ended an unusually long session Lotion to Clear and copy of it should be in every home where there is a
is needed to finish the
try help job.
This is a call that goes straight to the yesterday. No indictment was found Whiten Your Skin. child attending school. The chart is handsomely printedand
for Louie
; 10 Dorman, who had been held
heart of in beloved would be ornament in home. '
every woman our : in jail since July 23, on a charge of an any
.. t America. The woman who knits one killing the lemons A of the Chart and to '
his wife. It will be recalled Squeeze juice of two into copy a year's subscription

of these garments can not but think, that the tragedy, however caused, occurred a bottle containing three ounces the Telegraph will be given for $2. The offer is open to
'i. : w\tb every stitch, that it may be her
in their own room at night, of orchard white, shake well, and you
own son, her own husband, her own there were no witnesses and Dorman's have a quarter pint of the best freckle old as well as new subscribers, but the subscriber! must
: brother, or at least some neighbor or story was that the pistol was accident- and tan lotion, and complexion pay up arrearages and one year in advance.

; i dear friend,I who may need the very ally discharged. beautifier at very, very small cost Orders sent by mail will have prompt attention and
thing she is making. Every city, every -
Duncan Your has
t Harris, indicted at a for- grocer the lemons and any
county, every little country neighborhood mer term for shooting and killing of drug store or toilet counter will sup- the Chart will be mailed to you postage prepaid.

is sending its best and bravest Lacy Dinkins, who was his cousin, was ply three ounces of orchard white fora Address all remittances to
: : to fight that the women of America convicted of few this
murder in the second de cents. Massage sweetly
may not stand in danger of that which gree. Counsel moved for a new trial, fragrant lotion into the face, neck,
I has befallen the women of Belgium, which was not granted. Pending op- arms and hands each day and see how Bradford
of France, ,of Serbiaof every land County Telegraph
peal to the supreme court Harris was freckles and blemishes disappear and
where has set its helL
kaUerism" held under $4,000 bond. how clear, soft.and white the skin be-

,+ + + +. *. ,+ + +.* +,+ ++ + + + + This was the longest term of courtin comes. Yes! It is harmless. (97)WhatismLAXjFOS)
... thirteen years and so was the most
expensive. Florida.
"..",Opposite pottoffica, hot aad cold + : ,
+ water, elevator, telephones;fates f What
; Wlfey looked out the window. TtU A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic
,,* room without bath. $1;two persons -
; ,*, ,same room, $1.50; with bath time for my spouse to be comlnf: Blue LmrTonic.Flag Root; ,Contains Rhubarb Cascara Bark, .
Root, Black
borne, she murmured Ah, there he .
$140 two room. $a '
1 L ; persons oasis Root,May Apple Root,SenD.Leana and
; .*,. : ,W. JONES, Mgr. .'1I cornea-and somebody has removed the Pepsin. Combines strength with'palatable -
\! . ..+ .+ + .. ., P'Judge. aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c ,


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; FRIDAY. OcrOBER 19, 1917. _ _ _

= .STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION NEW WAR TAX MEASURE WILL two cents each by the provisions of the manufacturers are levies of onequarter -

ri MEETS IN DAYTONA 1 BE FAIR TO RICH AND POOR bill. Letters, excepting those delivered of a cent a foot on motion picture _ _
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. in the city in which they are mailed, films; two per cent on the sale priceof
will be three cents. This will become chewing gum, and three cent
Special Rates Granted by the Florida No One Escapes Paying His Share of ,
effective November 2nd. They do not on automobiles, musical instruments _
for the War's Expense.
East Coast Meeting. apply to mail to most foreign coun- and jewelry. .

: [Live State News l I tries, which rates are fixed by interna- Liquor and Tobacco Hit Hard.
t _
from WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.-Nearly :_ _
Reduced rates be granted tional treaties, but they do apply to all Drinks, hard and soft, and tobaccoin
Coast $2,700,000,000 will be added to the coffers -
all points on the Florida I domestic mail and under that classifi- every form, come in for a raise.
Told by Our Exchanges. Railway for the coming state Sunday of the nation through the war tax cation is said to include all mail to Outstanding figures are $2.10 _ _
School Convention to be held in Day- bill, the enactment of which was one a gallon __________
Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Panama, the for whiskey and $2.50 a barrel for Y_ _
:; of the closing acts of the past con
tona October 25th to 28th.
United States postal agency at Shanghi beer. Grape juice will pay one cent a -
when The fare will be one and one-half gress. Nothing of a taxable nature and all in the military ser- gallon, and sirups from 5 to 20
OCALA.-It has now been definitelydecided knowing that the nut, proper will has been overlooked the persons cents -
that Sheriff J. P. Galloway, of machinery was used yielded an'oil superior rate for the round trip and tickets the by emergency of vice of the United States in Europe. a gallon. Rates on cigars and tobacco .
provisions _
likely be on sale at all stations Oct. revenue measure, Postmasters will and after Novem- have been advanced all the _
against whom charges were to cotton seed, both in quantityand on along line,
.1.1p. 1 this city, least which will into effect. The
until at soon
24th and will be good go
J recently preferred by a few citizens, quality, in addition to an oil cake of October 29th. bill, which is declared to be equitablealike ber 2nd, see that postage is paid at the even snuff having to pay five cents a
,will not be removed by Governor Catts which is more valuable than the whole midnight rate of 3 cents an ounce of fraction pound. L j
inducements to rich and calls for sum
these rates a
Added to special as poor _
,This decision on the part of the Gov- nut for feeding purposes. At first, it will be free entertainmentat equal to about $27 for each man woman thereof on letters and first class mat- The second-class mail matter increases -
general satisfaction was intended to put in a very small ter, except drop letters. All drop let-
I ernor gives very the convention, and free garage and child in the United States, are heavy. They are based on -
throughout the county. mill and increase the capacity as the catching almost everybody from the ters (letters mailed for delivery from a zone system with different rates for .
for those who come by car to,
How- space the office at which
raw material became available. cradle to the grave, and for good posted, including reading and advertising matter carried -
interested farmersat Daytona. those for delivery by city, rural or
ever, they so many
MIAMI. Fifty-eight men measure levying few taxes on by publications. Beginning July i- -
young With the slogan, "On to Daytona, a new
the start that they were compelledto other carrier of such offices) are required I I, 1918, flat increase of ofa
a a quarter
who have been given training as fliers the schools of the heirs.
1,200 strong, Sunday I
double the size of machinery 'con- to have postage paid on themat cent
will be
for the United States naval aviation the state are preparing for the best Those who have profited most by the the rate of 2 cents or a pound charged on
elsewhere have arrived here to templated. an ounce reading matter, and one year later it .
branch and biggest convention ever war, the recipients of enormous war fraction there of. Postal cards
are will to half-cent
jump a increase mak-
complete their course in the training Florida. excess profits, will the most. Almost I -
pay required to be paid 2 cents, and there- _
ing the rate for all
others will JACKSONVILLE.-Much: grain is zones a cent and a -
station, and no soon Definite plans for the attainment of half the total amount of the bill I fore, the 1-cent postal cards must have
swell the total. The aviation being handled at the Florida Grain half a pound. Advertising matter increases -
come to this large goal were laid some time or about $1,300,000,000, is to be col-I:a 1-cent postage stamp affixed to them the
this time said to Elevator Company and business over present rate
students coming are generally the Florida School As- lected from them. Estimating the income -
by Sunday in addition to 1-cent impressed
ago I a stamp from
one-fourth to two and
of hun- is exceeding the expectations of vary one-
be the advance guard some has been and excess profit taxes have
sociation, and county on such cards. Postcards (private .
fourth cents, according to the different
dreds who will complete their studies I the men behind it. The elevator will furnish certain number of proven difficult tasks for the experts,
asked to a mailing cards bearing written
) messages -
to 1
zones 1919
July ,
branch out into grinding corn for corn up by a
here. been but the latest figures, while unofficial
delegates and this amount has must have 2 cents prepaid on gradual increase reach rate of from
meal before months and a
many more in distribute the tax over the
the schools enormous
divided Sunday them. .
I among two to ten cents after
this will be the means of supplying to following a pound July 1.
TALLAHASSEE.-All bids for the each county. : Patrons of shows 1921. The "free
the moving picture present in county"
lease of the state convicts to private people. The of Florida this state Grain homegrownmeal. Elevator The goal for this county is 40. This Income tax ____________$ 851,000,000 will be taxed if the price of admissionis system will be retained. .
and individuals were rejected is the minimum number of delegates Excess profits ________ 1,300,000,000
Company is the means of placing Florida over five cents, a tenth of the cost _ --
last week by the board of state the markets the asked fromBradford. In order to facilitate Distilled spirits _______ 135,000,000 of the ticket The rate will affect all
institutions. The board decided to re- corn on big of matters, this number has been Rectified spirits _______ 5,000,000 who attend amusements from the EDGAR EYES 1
East for the first time in the historyof ; mann
advertise and will receive new bids the with parcelled to the various schools, and Fermented liquors ____ 46,000,000 the gallery to the one in the box. Optician Tested -..
until today, October 19th. At this state in competition the they are asked to endeavor to send at Wines ________________ 7,000,000 Jacksonville Florida. .
time no bids will be considered whichare Western grain. That the corn is showing least the number given them. Thereis Soft drinks, sirups ____ 13,000,000 Exemption Figures Lowered. Broken Lenses Duplicated

under $300 per capita per year. up well for this state and is a no limit to the number of delegateseach Cigars _______________ 10,000,000 The man of moderate means, as wellas Same Day as Received.We .
There were more than thirty bidders. great encouragement to the farmersto school may send above the defi- Cigarettes ____________ 21,500,000 the wealthy, is affected by the income Specialize on Mail Orders-
The convicts are now bringing only raise more is the statement of the nite number asked. Tobacco ______________ 28,000,000 tax section. Normal rates have W4' Pav Postage:

$175 per man, but the board.feels that members of the company, consistingof Daytona garage owners are donating Snuff _________________ 1,800,000 been doubled and exemptions loweredto 140 W. Forsyth St.
all local business in the whole- for
labor is worth more than that now. men I free room for all cars of delegates Cigarette papers ______ 100,000 $1,000 single persons and $2,000
sale business.PENSACOLA.Detective. for married Surtaxes for incomes
grocery and Daytona homes are flung wide Freight transportation 77,000,000 ones. The Quinine That Does Hoi Affect the Held .
above $5,000 from 1 to 50
range per,
KEY WEST.-Work on the coastalair open to the visitors. Express transportation. 10,000,000 Because of its tonic and laxative effect.LAXA. '
cent, the maximum applying to incomes TIVB BROMO QUININE it better than ordinary
from each
Moore The number delegates Passenger transportation 60,000,000 -
station which was begun some time $1,000,000. This sectionis Quinine and doe not cause nervousness nor '.
over g
is rapidly nearing completion. Sev- whose work from beginning to end of school in this county follows: Pipe lines ____________ 4,500,000 ringing In head. Remember the full name and '
ago eral hundred men are at> work night the Blackwell murder case has been so Brooker __ _____________________ 1 Seats and berths ______ 4,000,000Tel. expected to raise close to a billion look for the signature of E. W. CBOVE. JOe:. -

officers and remarkable as to be uncanny, wired Graham __ __________._________ 2 and teL messages_ 7,000,000 dollars. !
The equipment
men -
day. __ __________ Ilnsurance Included in the taxes imposed on. TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE.
__ 2 _____
____ will__ arrive____ in the near future. Governor Catts Wednesday afternoon Hampton, Baptist policies 5,000,000 I I
The construction n of the coastal air sta- from Clark county, Alabama, that he Christian __ ______________ 2 Automobiles __________ 40,000,000 :

tion at Key West is a part of the great and Sheriff Pelt, of Pensacola, had Methodist __ _____________ 3 Musical instruments ___ 3,000,000 j? ; --.
recently appropriated for captured the Blackwell brothers, Will Johnstown __ ___________________ 2 Moving picture films __ 3,000,000 I q -
war measure The station is to be the and Rob, who escaped from the Es- Lawtey, Baptist ________________ 2 Jewelry ______________ 4,500,000
by congress.in the South and the govern- cambia county jail during the recent Methodist ________________ 4 Sporting goods ________ 1,200,000
! ment has leased eighty acres of land storm and had several days' start be- Methodist, South __________ 4 Pleasure boats _______ 500,000 WeaverDrugCo.
, for it from the Florida East Coast fore telegraphic communication be- Lake Butler, Baptist ____________ 3 Perfumes and cosmetics. 1,900,000

railway. Seven structures are com tween this city and the outside world Christian __ ______________ 3 Patent medicines ______ 3,400,000

The aviators are due to arrive was established. A total of eight hun- Methodist __ _____________ 4 Cameras ______________ 750,000
pleted.in week. dred dollars had been offered as reward Raiford __ _____________________ 3 Chewing gum _________ 400,000
a for the Blackwells by the Gover- Starke, Baptist _________________ 5 .Admissions ___________ 50,000,000
f nor and the sheriff. Moore caught the Christian __ _____________ 2 .Club dues __________ 1,500,000 ne Store
KEY WEST.-The figures number- Blackwells, gathered the evidence Methodist __ _____________ 3 War stamp taxes ______ 29,000,000 _
ing the output of cigars and the in- against them, recaptured Will when he Presbyterian __ ___________ 2 Inheritances __________ 5,000,000
creased demand for workmen in the escaped during the trial, apprehendedthe Theressa, Baptist _______________ 2 Virgin islands products. 20,000 l-v

factories since 1910 have shown the third man in the killing, and has Christian __ ______________ 2 First class mail _______ 70,000,000 Raiford Fla.The

continual growth of the cigar industryin now caught the fleeing brothers on an- Worthington __ _________________ 1 Second class mail ____ 6,000,000The .
Key West. The year 1917, has held other state. The Blackwells are sentenced Other schools not listed _________ 10 baby's first days of talcum pow- _
the greatest output of cigars since to hang for the murder of an der, will, under the two per cent manufacturers' _
1911, over 50,000,000. Two new fac- aged couple. tax on cosmetics, help 3
tories have moved to Key West and House of : _
along the war, and after death the :
established here during the year and Federal collectors will be on hand to PURE DRUGS. _
ft.is reported that a new factory work- I THINKS BACKBONE OF GERMAN get the inheritance tax at advances on

ing several hundred men will open at RESISTANCE BROKEN. Clark Threatens to Carry Fight On, the present rate to ten per cent on COURTEOUS TREATMENT. _
an early date. The factories are now But Seems to Have No Grounds. $1,000,000. Between birth and death LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES. : _

working day. and night- and many- alldaySunday An Atlantic Port. Oct. 13.-After most of man's activities will be taxed, -_ .

four-years spent-in the center of Eu WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.-The War voting a proxy at a meeting of a cem- :
Pleasant Sto- clean of etery association being one of the few PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. _
rope's colossal struggle, Department has given a bill _
PERRY/ -A meeting will be held in vall, United States minister in Switz- health to Capt. Sidney J. Catts, Jr., specified exemptions.
Perry, on November 8th, of all the erland, declared on his arrival here and Col. S. C. Harrison, after having Theperson who mails a postal card
West Coast boards of trade, the pur- yesterday that the economic situationin investigated their qualifications for will be caught, for cards will sell for

pose of which is to form plans fpr in- Germany is acute and that he be- army commands some time ago, and Weaver Drug Co.
lucing the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- lieved the backbone of German resist- passed up the case of Lieut. Rawls for Whenever You Need a ceneral Tonic

way to build at once the connectinglink ance has been broken. Since the pub- further action.It Take Grove's. _
between Perry and Monticello.This lication of President Wilson's reply to will be remembered that some- The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
line, when completed will reduce Pope Benedict's peace proposals, in thing like two months ago there was chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
the distance from Tampa to Atlanta which the President stated that the said to be much dissatisfaction with General Tonic because it contains the
150 to 200'miles.. Many cities and well known tonic properties of QUININE Raiford Florida.
United States is not warring upon the the appointment of Captain Catts to
and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives j
this meet-
towns will send delegates to .
German people the revulsion againstthe command Company B, First Regiment,
Malaria Enriches
out the Blood and
ing, including various points in Geor- Stovall said has been of Tallahassee.An _
I war, Mr. Florida State Guard, Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents
gia, Tennessee and Ohio. 1
spreading. rapidly through Germany. acrimonious correspondence took
"The effect of this statement was place between Congressman Frank -

TAMP Willie Henderson, a negro for a long time not noticeable," he as- Clark and Governor Catts regardingthe w-uwuuuu- IIAST1N6
who was smuggled back to Brad- serted, "but slowly and surely it is matter, the result being that a
entown to be tried on a charge of at- sinking deper and deeper into the board was convened in Jacksonvilleto
.J. tempted assault on a young girl sev- German heart. If left to themselvesthe determine their fitness. The resultof

eral weeks ago, was taken from Deputy German people would make peace the action of the board was not W SAVING Which1Our ? NFl
Sheriff Grantham an hour after tomorrow. As it is, forces are at workin given out until recently, when it was or
midnight Tuesday, was compelled to Germany which will eventuallyno found both were duly qualified for

undergo a "surgical operation" and man can safely predict how soon- their commissions.It .
branded with the letter "R" on each compel the German government to was said here that Mr. Clark -
cheek. The negro will probably be make peace with the world. would insist that another board be
into the has the where it becomesa
entrance brought
tried this week. Eight men composedthe "There is no doubt about the eco- convened and another investigationheld war us

mob who took Henderson to a nomic straits in which Germany now with additional witnesses, but national duty for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste.
house in the negro section at Braden- finds itself. The situation is acute." i whether this will be done is not yet
Not the fate of the civilized df the old world but
town'where he was found a short time definitely known. The War Depart- only portion our own as

afterward by Sheriff A. 0. Gates, who TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR ment will probably decide that inas- well is almost wholly dependent upon the manner in which we produce and
wag notified that "a negro down here much as the matter has already been
has been pretty badly cut up." NASTY CALOMEL investigated and those who wished to : save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and I

testify had opportunity to do so, that depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless .

; ST. AUGUSTINE-Ten trucks the Palm have Starts your Liver Without Making another investigation S is not necessary. and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities.. I '
been by
recently purchased You Sick and Can _ _ _ _ _ t-
Beach school board on recommendation FIRE DESTROYS MILLION DOL-
of Superintendent Metcalf for the not Salivate. LARS WORTH OF GRAIN. Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank

transportation of pupils to the splen- -

did schools at West Palm Beach. They Every druggist in town-your drug- NEW YORK, Oct. 13.-Grain in- at: close business Sept llth 1917. .
are. rmilt. hv th...." Wavne School Company everybody's druggist has
-- -J .- -JU- ----- -- list and noticed tended for export valued at more thana
and consist of a Ford engine and a great falling off in the sale million dollars was apparently a total LIABILITIES
chassis, with specially constructed I of calomel They all give the same loss after flames had been raging !

3I body and springs, and other accessories for- reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingits many hours in elevators of the New Loans and Discounts $197,296.91 Capital Stock paid in 25000.00 I
for the particular purposes place. York Dock Company, in Brooklyn. The
which they are designed. Seven of the "Calomel is dangerous and people fire, which is not yet under control, is State County and Municipal Bonds 2000.00 Surplus fundUndivided I 10,000.00

". trucks have a capacity of from twen- know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is one of the worst in history of the New Claims and Resources 9,416.98 1 profits, less expenses paid 2,102.59 1

"1 ty-five to thirty pupils and three from perfectly safe and gives better results -, York water front. Reports of incen- Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 669.50 ..
twelve to fifteen pupils. ," said a prominent local drug- diarism in connection with the fire .
other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 267,568.90
i gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is personally were reviewed when Chief Kinlon issued -
MIAMI.-Shortage of labor in this guaranteed by every druggist who a statement saying that the cause Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 832,52 .,

; Action will not worry at least one sells it A large bottle costs 50 cents, of the blaze will be rigidly investigated. Cash on hand and in Banks 69,933.08
.4 1 Dade county grower this year. D. L. and if it fails to give easy relief in There have been 56 water front _ p
, .4I Cass, who has just returned from the every case of liver sluggishness and fires in New York City lately, it is TOTAL $305,340.99 TOTAL $305,340.99

north, announces that he will farm almost constipation, you have only to ask for said. ._

year.exclusively Fifteen laborers with Italian are already help this on : your- Dodson's money Liver back.Tone is a pleasant-f -r This bank invites you, as a loyal citizen, to begin saving now. If you

1j their way and more are waiting the tasting, purely vegetable remedy, r.COFFINS CASKETSAnd are not a depositor, a dollar will open an account for you, and you can deposit -
word to come as the season advances harmless to both children and adults. a full line ofUndertakers'
:11.:" more help is needed. Mr- Cass Take a spoonful at night and wakeup at any time in any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly. : -

J tried out the Italian labor last year feeling fine; no biliousness, sick Supplies
tnd found it most successful. He says headache, acid stomach or constipated Automobile Hearse.

1 they are more dependable than negroes bowels. .It doesn't gripe or cause Always on hand. The best ser- Bradford BankBradford T

will work harder, are right at inconvenience all the next day like vice at the lowest prices. Special County

home at farm, and, most important of violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel attention to telegraph orders.
all, don't get drunk and fail to come today and tomorrow you will feel

I tack to work as the negroes generallydo. weak,.sick and nauseated. Don't lose RegisteredEmbalmer
1'i; a 'day's work! Take Dodson's Liver County's Stronghold.

Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor II DeWITT C. JONES
MARIANNA.-Jackson county has and ambition. (14-5% Starke Florida.N. .
added another manufacturing enter- ,

prise to her rapidly growing list-a To Core a Cold la One Day. w.:.___ _j:5: T. RITCH, Pre W. Tj Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier
peanut oil mill. Level headed businessmen Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the
would Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. Tell -it to the Telegraph and tell ev- iLnuLrLnLruuwuuauuuuAu1JwLk.
knew that the lowly peanut
Druggist refund money if it ails to cure. Advertise!
yield prolifically in clay lands here and I I L E. w. GROVE'S signature! on each box. 3)c. erybody. (


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have been so scarce in the cultivated GROWING POTATOES WITHOUTr' Editor Matthews, of the Bradford Mrs. Joe Starling and children re- 7 Bawcn Loa (t)

i tally' Telegraph fields as to not interfere with the POTASH. County Telegraph, published at Starke turned home last Saturday from Mac 8 t Rivwer Drat W. -D..(;F.) (Ji -:.

growing of oats or the harvesting of brought out a very fine Fair editionon denny, where they spent about two 10 BJven. Root F. (2) e

crabgrass bay, but'this happy state ofaft'airs Since the price of potash in com- Friday last. The Telegraph was weeks with relatives; 11 Knight Oscar (11) t *.

F Pblklx4 Weekly, aid entered M sea is about to end, for quick grow- more than double its usual size, had Misses Ave Lee Moore and Lois Terry 12 Knight.: Sam J. (2)
mercial fertilizers reached an abnormally 13 Manninr. Job C. (S)
b tad duI Batter at the paat.cl ice at ing weeds of many kinds have invadedthe high figure, if it Can be ob- dozens of excellent pictures to show were visitors to Jacksonville last 14 Jones, frank (It 4
what the visitors Lake Butler might Saturday. 15 Noraas. P. P. UI
SUrke Florida. fields. Here again the protection
tained at all, much interest is taken in 16 Mott. John K. (IIIT 19.1
of the birds will help the farmers, for the possibility of continued production expect when visiting the county Fair Andrew Lowery returned home from Dubose. W. A. III i'

bird that is not carnivorous eats and contained a great amount of valuable Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C., last 19 Hunt. George (I) 11
of Irish land without the
f E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Osier potatoes on I 19 Hi_. C. W. 11!)
information about Bradford and left for Black
large quantities of weed seeds. Quails, Thursday Saturday
addition of some potash to the soil I 24 Ahrarex. M. J. ((6/
y H. E. LAGEEGREN Asodate Editor larks and doves especially are great Some were this with county and her towns and cities, farms Point, where he has secured a posi- 21 Werts. Willie A. m
crops grown year
22 Kettle. 'J. G. (Si r
and and industrial enterprises.It .
seed devourers. out the use of potash, but most of groves tion.Mr. 23 Moore D. W. ((12) 'l
This is time to neglect was a first class, special booster edition Sambo Griffis was in Jacksonville -
BETTER ROADS NEEDED. no any precaution them were on land that had been heav- 24 Crosby.Math M. (C) >
a to prevent injury to food pro- ily supplied with this element in and a credit to the publisher and the first part of the week. 25 Gray L. (ii)

have said prev- his town, county and state.-Times- Messrs. J. H. Moore, R. R. Thede 2 1) Cone. George (6)
duction. What we appliesto 27 I
ious years. Just how long profitable Laocford. Allen (S)
I ,. A few days ago the citizens of Columbia Union. L. H. Hill and Geo. H. Beavers attended
town dwellers as well as to farmers.BE production can be continued is not i 29 Keene J. W.I) ,
j county voted for a bond issue the funeral services of the late Rev.A. 29 Ward. J. J. I known, says the University of Florida 34 Jon M. D. (11)
dollars for good
t of half a million R .Adkinson in Jacksonville last
I! CLEAN AND HAPPY. experiment station. PINE LEVEL. 31 Nettle*. W. H. Ml
: *f roads. To begin with, there will be week. '2 M'zetl. O. A, It i
: r one state road running through the Some work to determine this fact 33 Dowl tlg. J. B. f2f
!f t. Rev. W. T. Evans, pastor of the I
has been done by the Maine station. 34 P nfroe. T. P. (Ir
: and south and another Cleanliness should be for
north practiced
t. ,
county Messrs. A. 0. Strickland and Walter South Jacksonville Methodist church, 35 Griffin.! W. J. (7)
: '. east and west. The residue of the the sake of being clean and not simplyfor Potatoes have been grown profitablyfor Edmondson made a business trip to will preach at Grace church next Sun 3< Blaekwelder.! A. (6)(

.L i money will be used for the improvement the sake of health. Dirt does not two years without potash, and Sampson City Saturday.Mr. day, both morning and evening. Rev hand In witness and affixed whereof. I have hereunto gl i
the seal
: of
while the plots were sod land the our
I |I. of other roads. On a sketch map cause disease; this is a result of infection on and Mrs. Fred Sapp, of Starke, Evans is not a stranger in Lawtey, I Court on this ISth day of Oetnbn.saU A. 8.1;
= I in the current issue of the arising from contact with disease fact remains that the land had been W. ,
I printed attended church here Thursday night. having preached here on a former oc (SEAL T.nzq: ]! ;
planted to potatoes previously and had Clerk Cp
I Lake City Citizen-Reporter, showing germs-common germs do no harm. Mr. G. E. Cone made a business tripto casion. Everybody invited. c.:
t roads to be is one road The State Board of Health is been given a fertilizer rich in potash.
i the improved, em- Lawtey Thursday.Mr. Mr. W. E. Torode was a visitor to CLERK'S REPOTTT. ;;

from Lake City to Lulu.. Lulu is just phasizing the value of cleanliness asa By a series of plantings with and and Mrs. C. S. Niles and children Starke last Friday. Starke. Fla. October i., Tt

across the Bradford county line. matter of personal satisfaction to without potash they determined thatit Report of the Clerk of the Cirnut (.5.?
spent Sunday with Mr. E. Parish Death of Rev. Adkinson.
and for F-Mford Cout. :. r.tri fa.
Is it not time that Bradford county the individual and to his friends but paid to use goods with two percent < oa
of Sampson City. This community was saddened last of taxes assessed for the =-"t,
falls into line and issues bonds for it is a known fact that people who potash even at the present abnormal Messrs. Percy Phillips and Raymond week, when it was learned that the .. B-yearI19O1L t4

road improvements? On the road maps make their living working in livery price. Also that a profitable yield can Brown and Mrs. Truby and Ruby spirit of Rev. A. R. Adkinson, pastorof Co..ty Pr "'. TuCey. ',
of the state county as a stables often enjoy the best of health be obtained without the use of potashfor Serf. 1.0 bal due >4i.
our appears Brown and Mrs. Fronie Phillips and Grace M. E. Church, had passed into County Proper -
terra incognita, without any roads, for while men and women employed in at least one year. "If it should Miss Nona Brown the Great Furd -1By -. 1
of the
that is Sampson City, Beyond at home of arV collected ___ ._ .2
what trying make ourselves laundries have fallen victims of small- happen potash absolutely unobtainable Ba
we are
,' attended church here Sunday. his sister, Mrs. Fannie Zeigler, 252 W. --
believe roads will not muster says the report, "growersmay Oct 1. to bal dllt'4 : :
are pass :
i Mrs. D. 0. McRae, of Starke, is 11th street, Jacksonville.Rev. '
pox.While still land that is in Dralaace.ST.t. -
plant on good .
q' in a modern sense. All the counties the common house fly is repulsive spending this week with her husband. Adkinson went to Jacksonville 1.0 bal due County Drainan '1
heart with the
I because he is not it is prospect"of obtaininga Fund __._
Alachua cleanly, '
around us-Clay, Putnam, i Mrs. Ruby Brown spent last week about a week previous to visit his ---- -_. -
F profitable By amt collected
Columbia and Baker-have improved not because of his dirt that he is a.. yield"a with her mother, Mrs. Alice Oliver.RISING. mother, who was in ill health, and -eOe M

r- roads or are making arrangements to factor in public health, but because he -- 1, to Val due __ ? _
: I while there he was taken with a painin ..
improve them. The automobile is already visits the closet and sooner or later GAME LAW VIOLATIONS. C.u ty Read tad ,
his side which later Strt
developed into 1. to County Road u4 t.'W
r largely used here and will con- comes into contact with the infested pleurisy causinu his death somewhat Bridge Fund ____ y.....<

tinue to grow in popularity, and the closet and carries this infection to Sheriff Epperson asks the Telegraphto suddenly, Wednesday. By amt collected -= I.;;

owner of one, is not restricted as to man.Cleanliness caution persons against violationsof Supt. E. R. Poppell paid our school Although the deceased had only been Oct. 1.0 bal due ..______..__,-. -'i-v.;;.

distances, for he he can go as far as is an asset in keeping the game laws. The open season for visit last in few weeks he had made G inty S "ooI. t
a Friday. Lawtey a Sent. 1. to bal doe 'V*
healthy for of this kind. At County School,
he likes. After he has passed through reasons squirrels was changed by the last leg- Mrs. Edna Gairy and Miss Eva Ep- friends with all who knew him, Fund _. :._

e Bradford county he will soon strike the same time it is more satisfying to islature and it is unlawful to shoot person started our school last week. cause' of the beautiful Christian be-I By amt collected -- 'I .t

hard, smooth roads, where he can be'clean than to be dirty. them before November 20th. The --....'
open Mrs. Edna Gary visited Mrs. T. A. he lived and the pleasant manner Oct. 1. to bal dueTotal .__ _.
speed his car with small cost of gaso season for quail begins at the same Crawford last Sunday.Rev. which he greeted all with whom he Sub ScWl Bent 'teLl,

line. Why should we be recipients of RECRUITS WANTED.All time. The sheriff asks that persons in Sept t.0 bal due Total Sub School '
F. B. Johns was a visitor at came contact. bonds .

favors without conferring benefits in report to' him violations of the law the home of Mr. H. H. Lewis last Sun The funeral services were held on By amt collected --_.......- : 11.I&.
return? Why should not the peopleof that to their notice.
branches of the may come .
army are.nowopen day. Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
t Oc .
other counties and states who 10 bal doe ,,, ,
to both single and married men M. M. Crosby and family and Mrs. Snyder Memorial Methodist church in Tstal Sub 8dMI.- tzt

r-. make good roads for us to travel on between the of 18 and 40 3L J. Fouts attended church last Sat- Sept: 1, to bal due Total sub school.. -J
ages pro- Jacksonville and the takento
TO AUTO OWNERS. body was
when we visit'their localities, have aright By!, amt collected .._._._.__,, "ii
:I' vided they are physically qualifiedand urday night at the Pine Level school Atlanta, Ga., for interment. Messrs.R. .

to expect that we reciprocate I have no dependents. Below is a house. R. Thede J. H. Moore and L. H. Ortl I, to bal due'J
the favor? I Under the act of 1917, chapter 7275, W. T. WEraT*
synopsis of the unusual opportunitiesnow Mr. and Mrs. Newn Mott visited Mr. Hill, with three ,other gentlemen of I Seal) CWrk.cbii'.J<>
But most of our people still use offered Laws of Florida, a severe penaltv will (
being : and Mrs. E. J. Lewis last Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville, were pallbearers.The "
i hard roads is be incurred by using an tiT?
horse vehicles and good any person
Engineer Corps-This corps is open and Mrs. A. J. Jackson visited entire community joins in sym- FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
them than the automobile on the 1st day of January, Monthly financial -
of to to statement of 1
: more necessity
First in both the Regular and National Ar- 1918, or thereafter, without having their daughter, Mrs. Ila Stafford, of pathy with the bereaved family. He County for the month of Septeabo; !
: for two reasons. mies and leaves wife mother and two sisters Central Faa.. .
qualified engineers men Sapp, from Friday until Monday. They a a "
i ; because time now is money with all complied with the law. The law requires Balance Sept 1. 1917 __ (
experienced or skilled .engineering attended the big Primitive Baptist and all who knew him to mourn his -? .i&X
farmers. They cannot afford to waste that all such vehicles must be I Receipts during month --:J
1 work. Those desiring immediate ser- with meeting at South Prong, St. Mary's, death.. Disbursements during month :.
metal in
provided tag or plate !
time on slow traveling, nor can they vice in France are urged to enlist at a while there. Balance October 1. un -_ UW
afford to haul the small loads the front and rear, giving number and locality Outstanding warrants ___--:.' l"
necessitate when once. Pay is good and promotion is of same. I have in office Notice to Debtors and Creditors. I Fine and Ftrfcituc r.... .,
present soft roads my application -
fast. Balance Sept 1. 1917
would allow them unusually blanks for such plates, and All persons indebted to the estateof __ Jail
j hard surfaced roads for LAWTEY. Receipts during month ,1111
to haul loads of twice the weight. Sec- Signal Corps-Men are wanted all car owners who have not already Carter Newsom, late of Bradford Disbursements: during month lilt

I ond, because of the great cost of draft this corps who possess the following and complied with the law are requestedto county, Florida, deceased, are request-i Balance Outstanding Oct. warrants 1. 1917 --._-. 1.ftS 1&1
Cable -
i animals and feed. Heavy pulling qualifications: inside, telegraph outside provide themselves with such plates Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Adams and children ed to pay their said debts forthwith, ) Read F.... .'..
radio operators and
; and all persoris'having claims against Balance Sept. 1. 1917 I. a
:I wears out horseflesh and requires hea- wiremen electricians, machinists, pho- visited relatives in Lake City last < Receipts during month -_
feeding. ; W. J. EPPERSON, the said estate are requested to present DistrarseraenU during month far
vy Sunday.
: tographers, and men who are familiar them, duly authenticated, withinone Balance Oct. 1. IMZ
: Let us bring about a bond issue for with the construction and maintenanceof Sheriff. Rev. A. T. Galloway filled his regular from this date, or they will Outstanding w.rrants--. U&l IZ.I

: 'I'I better roads. Ole road to follow the telephone systems. appointment at Lawtey Methodist year Outstanding Tan. *. _
be forever barred.
I axis of the Georgia Southern & Florida Aviation Section, Signal Corps- .. -. 00 0..0.0. church, South, last Sunday morning, October 12, 1917.N. Balance Sept.during 1. month 1917Receipts IlUI'C d

.1!*> railway, from LUUIto Brooklyn, and at Baldwin Methodist church in Disbursements during month -' .1'i
This offers special inducementto D. WAINWRIGHT
making link in the state highway corps e TRAIN SCHEDULE. .$ the evening. Balance Oct. 1. 1917 .. tIUI
: j a men of the following trades: Ma- I Administrator of the Estateof Car- Outstanding warrants UJL'
\ : from Tallahassee via Lake City to11f Miss Doris Law spent last Saturdayand
b : Drainage PeeL f"
chinists blacksmith
chauffeurs, ter Newsom deceased. 1012Stg (
i {f Palatka; another through Hampton, New time table went into effect $> Sunday in Starke at the home of Overdraft Sept. 1. 1S17 -- lip
clerks, cooks, draftsmen, metal workers ___ .
12:01 a. m., Sunday, May'G 1917, <> Receipts during month iii
t'' Starke, Lawtey and Highland, to form stenographers, vulcanizers and her parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law. Disbursement during month -
: a conection between Gainesville and Ie and trains will run as follows: 0 Mr. E. J. Roberts was transacting Overdraft Oct. 1. 191? JL8
skilled laborers. Enlisted
and unskilled -
> Jacksonville. Then a third from Lulu $ $ business in Jacksonville one day last Outstanding warrants -__ tJet
men for this service will not be Railroad Benda. -
via Providence, Lake Butler, Raiford Jacksonville to Tampa. 6 week. Outatanding warrants ,.._ fTB.I
and Sapp to connect with the good trained for flying. This duty will be & No. 3___.___________10:55 a. m. <3> Bradford County. Starke. October ..JII\
B. Bennett business
Mr. H.
I road to Macclenny where the Dixie performed only by commissioned offi $ No. 1______________11:14 p. m. & was a Why State of Florida. :jf 1
cers. & No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 <8> visitor to Lawtey last Saturday.Mr. I hereby certify that the foreroiac sb.
highway to Jacksonville is encounter p..m. J. of Jacksonville ment of the receipts and dvbancBOti sf 8*
Googe was
the first time since ,
funds of Bradford county for the avail 4
ed. These roads would put us on the the declaration of war this corps is $ Jacksonville to Cedar Key. $ n Lawtey several days last week on i Suffer? September 1917. is true and correct It b
map and we would no longer be beholden I best of knowledge and her..!. jj
business. my
open to qualified white applicants withor e No. 21_____-______ 4:50 p. m. <8Q > W. T. WEEH'f:
::1 to the outside world for good Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peace and chil-
without prior service. Those desiring e Mrs. J. A. Cox of Al- Clerk of the Cucait CM
roads. The residue of the available ,
j mounted service should enlist im- $ Jacksonville. dren were visitors to Jacksonville last (Seal) Bradford Cat*
I money to be used for the improvement Tampa to / derson, W. Va., writes: By R. A. WEtt "=1
mediately. P No. 4...-.___________ 3:26: p. m. Thursday_. Dep J Qt.op!
of the other principal roads. "M, daughter suffered .
Coast Artillery-Owing to vacancies .b No. 2______________ 4:51 a. m. e Mr. L. H. Hill was in Starke on business /
The roads in such
existing are shape terribly. She could
No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 < first part of the week. ,
now existing in the National 6 p. m. / BILL FOR DIVORCE.
.. e that the grading would be an easy not turn in bed the a-I'
Guard Coast Artillery organizations $ David Reddish is spending a few In Circuit Court 8th Judicial .

matter.for The principal expense for wouldbe special effort is being made to obtain e Cedar Key to Jacksonville. days in Jacksonville this week. / doctors gave her up, and Daisy Florida.Miller Bradford County. r

thorough drainage and surfacing enlistments to fill them to their authorized 8> No. 20___.__________ 9:18 a. m. $ Mr. R. K. Davis and family movedto we brought her home to wy n BfflfarHiW
material. The latter not H '
need strength. Applications for ft[ & Jacksonville last week, where Mr. die. She had suffered so C. W. Miller. ;&*

4; %i. be the.same for the entire lengths of this service will be accepted at all 11) 'Starke and Waniee. < Davis has secured a position with the much at. time. Hay-1 The State N of tiee Florida U A,p to*r.C. W. ISA*

the roads; there are several different regular recruiting stations. e (Daily Except Sunday) Jacksonville Traction Co. log beard of Cardid we Greeting: tf

kinds of materials that can be used, army e No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m.,<& Mr. M. L. Loadholtz business It having been shown by affidavit M ft
Quartermaster Corps. National was a for her. noB-raidttfrfl*
goUt Defendant C. W. Miller is a
: and the e No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 &
cheapest for any particular p. m. rai4 ..tI..
visitor Jacksonville the
Army-The duties of men for this ser- to Monday.Mr. state of Florida and that
t section should be adopted. What to e[ e defendant is unknown and that tkm It tl
here last
Carl Wooten returned
I use is easily decided. The main thingis vice are to handle the supplies on the .. T. J. GRIFFIN, m one in the state of Florida the serrfasnsubpoena

line of communication in advance of .[e Agent. e week from McRae, Ga., and has ae'-' I upon whom would bind acid MM
to get the funds. and that said defendant is over tits
the base depot. Their individual duties e[ e cepted a position with the Lawtey Tel- ant -' '
Let us bond for good roads. CARDUIHi of twenty-one years.
.''j. will be principally that of checkers eaeeeo. ea ephone Co. It is therefore ordered considered pi *

K and laborers. Mr. J. E. Wilson was transacting judged that the said defendant C. W. W..
CONSERVE THE BIRDS. do appear to the complainant's bill d "*
1 Stevedore Regiments, National Business in Jacksonville the first partof plaint herein on or before the Sri dayd>ls
the week. 'q.rq eember. A. D. 1917. in default wkmrfs*
Army-For only-It is desir-
negroes CLASSIFIEDD eree pro eonfesso will be entered ...MVlaid
I This summer has been very prolific ed that cooks, bakers and stevedoresbe ? tfomatfs Tonic C. W. Miller. 'f''''

a of insects in Florida. Not to mention enlisted in this corps. The mini: It is further ordered that this noticthf*
Looking for Virtues. lished in the Bradford County .Tele.. '
the advent of the mrtt
f' deplorable cotton boll mum rate of pay is $30 per month, including U
When you have a mind to divert newspaper published at Starke.
r <<- weevil, bugs and caterpillars are investing board, quarters, clothing and FOR RENT-6 room cottage next your fancy, consider the good qualitiesof "In to a far improve days,"the Mrs.began county. Florida, once each week WC i iconsecutive _,."_

: : every planting from the those door to C. P. Cason Call street. weeks.
: garden medical attention, and qualifiedfor on your acquaintances; as the enter- Cox continues; "and had IN WITNESS WHEREOF I haM ...
I : patch to the sweet potato field. the of will draw J. W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf of *
; grade sergeant prising vigor of this man, the modestyof no trouble at Cardui set my hand and affixed the seal 9O
, ; The sweet potato VlDes. are so badly as\high as $51 per month. another the liberality of a third cured her, and we sing cuit Court on this the 19th day A. D. 1917.
I ,' I infested in many places in this county Medical Department-This depart- WANTED-A blacksmith, horse shoer Is its praises everywhere.We Tp. Y ----U.
and so on. For there nothing so entertaInIng
" that it is thought no more tubers ment includes hospital, ambulance and and wheelwright. Must understand receive many thou- 9-Z1-8t. (Seal) .

t; will mature than those that have already Red Cress work. Men are badly need- plow ,worfcVWages. $3.00 per day. as n lively Image, of the vir. sands of similar! letters -

..' reached this stage. ed for this service, and those interested A..L;C4te'lEaifordk'1a,10-12-U tues exhibited: In the character of every year, telling of the NOTICE OF MASTERS BALL .
tjliTiiVK'* ; < those we converse;with, occurring as good Cardiff has done for under Ml
If no insect epidemic comes, in the in work of this nature are earnestly Hereby. notice is given that
this women who suffer fron virtue of that certain final deer -
Let therefore

numerously as possible. ,
natural course of things, next year the urged to enlist. .. ., .. good, farm mule handr-Marcus complaints so common to eloture made and rendered by the I-

pests will be worse yet on account of Infantry-This is the largest uni .. ." .. for.J h.." G.tCiGriffisFOR ; be always at Aure&ius'Antoninus. their Sex It should do the Circuit Court in and for Bradfflrt 8 *

the great number of progenitors, andit the army and naturally promoti.o,. ..q", b. ,". \: '; r 1p-19b4t: i i lode too. E ty.1917.Florida in favor on'cf the'Jf.27th L Knight day of W f*

will be wise for the farmers and all faster in this service than any other. I : rWN friend D. E. Knight compl inaat sad
others-for all for SALE..:: YES LIFT A CORN Jennie Lou Noble and her husband Ie:
we are dependent i It will be of advantage to men havingno Forty acre complete : ble. defendants, the undersigned wiD erg

i our welfare of the prosperity of the special trade to enlist in the in- with implements and stock. OFF WITHOUT( :PAIN sale in front of the court house door b

I t. farmers-to do everything possible to fantry. Situated 2% miles northwest of ". Bradford County. Florida. during U-
I the birds. While the birds Price John _, by:'y hours of sale on Monday the bib day *_
conserve Lawtey. reasonable. M
&t' Enlistments for all the above are
vember, A. D. 1917. to the
I can do but little destruction to the for the duration of the war only and Challancin,-Lawtey, Fla. 10-19-2t Cincinnati Authority Tefejjow' VENIBE. .' bidder for cash the higbett.fJtj4.....

-I hosts of caterpillars, which must be the minimum rate of pay is $30 per --.. To Dry Up a Corn or Calf s .- Tbe Grand State and of petit Florida jury, to Fall the term.Sheriff A.of D.Brad-1917. wit A.II undivided one-half' interest i.' Ids-

destroyed by spraying, yA they can do month. No person who has been called FOR SALE-46-acre 'farm two miles C r4.County. Greeting: and Seven of Block Eighteen in tM TOM

f much to prevent their coming by eat- by a local board may enlist, even northeast of Starke; about 33. acres So It Lifts Off With. ; t.,p ate hereby commanded summon the Starke. Also commence at soatawistof ,
101low\l.named thirty-si (311 good and law- lot owned by W. H. Rivers th
, s ing the moths and bugs that lay the after he has been exempted from the stumped and in cultivation. New 5 Fingers. fal But' who Lave been regularly drawn from West along the North line of M adiIaa

eggs. Almost every bird is an insect draft. room house, 15-foot rooms. Ten- the list at three hundred selected names from thirty aad o..hallt.. u.._ na ....
eater, but the quail, on account of foraging the list of ijcgistered voters of said county, I hundred five feet thence Southerly --
II: > ant house. N. T. King, Route 1, each for h be and of com
You corn-pestered men and women lilelf. to personally appear dr d ten feet to the point
I on the ground exclusively, is amore ARRESTED FOR COTTON STEAL- Starke. ,10-19-4( I shoes before the Midge of the Circuit Court in and All lying in the Northwest Quarter at
need suffer longer. Wear the
effective insect no for Bradford+ 18oslk *l
r destroyer than County. Florida at the Court west Quarter of See. 28. Twp.
other. This fact is at last becoming ING. : that nearly killed you before, says House in Starke, of said county and state on 22 E.. and adjoining said lots and ,T It j.
any FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre this Cincinnati authority because a Monday, the 6th day of November. A. D. 1917. 18 above described. '
;.r recognized by farmers to such ant at the bout of 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day to The landa intended to be daeriMwas
extent that many have decided to protest Allen Yates, white, and Henry farm 2% miles east of Starke, 14 few drops of freezone applied directly serve u grand and petit jurors for the bodyof the homatead of W. H. Rivets

!! I the quail in the future by not kill- Mitchell, colored were arraigned. be- acres in cultivation, good house and on a tender, aching corn or callus, the county of Bradford. at the fall term A. and which was conveyed by the .w Li
barn D. 1917. of our Circuit Court in and for said Rivers to Jennie Lou Rivers and Barry
location for
ing it themselves or allow others to fore Judge Gardiner Wednesday for good stock range, stops soreness at once and soon the County, to-wit: a few months before the death of tY MW

r hunt over their grounds. Sportsmen larceny. The warrant was sworn out in center of strawberry section. For corn or hardened callus loosens so it 1 Thomas J. Moore (1) H. Riven, and lying and being to tM IJII or"

I and others, knowing the beneficial office by Yates' father, J. W. Yates, who particulars address C. A. Johnson can be lifted out, root and all, with- 2 3 Green Lastinger John Reaaon(6) (1) of Starke. Bradford*:,. County J. C.,POPP Florldf..'-, .f

of these birds, will no longer kill lives southeast of Starke. The two Station No. 3, Gary, Fla. 10-5-tf out pain.A 4 Rodgen. John M. (9) Special Master to C>

f i them by the wholesale when the open men had stolen from him, so he alleged small bottle of freezone cost very 5 6 Gainey.Roberts, J.R.C.B.(6)(9) A. S.Complainant's CREWS. Solicitor.. 1Nd.

i season arrives, and parents should not 130 pounds of seed cotton. Sheriff FOR SALE-The place belonging.to little at any- drug store, but will posi-- -L a

t r allow their boys' to kill or trap any Epperson and Deputy Sheriff W. W. the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains tively takeoff every hard or soft corn ". ,

r ..:t kind of birds. The boys can practice Baisden went out there and arrested 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence. or callus. This should be tried, as it ;'1

; \-"J. with their,fir rifles on inanimate objects the men and also located the cotton, Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one is inexpensive and it said not to irri- ESTABLISHED ISM 1

.. ;: ;: as *i| as on birds. Neither which had been carried to Mitchell's barn. Located 1* miles from Starke tate the surrounding skin. J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY I

- should ant kmily keep more cats home The evidence against the men one-half mile from church, one mile If your druggist hasn't any freezonetell ,

than absolrieiy necessary, as they are was enough to bold them for the cir- from school For further informa- him'to get a small bottle for you INSURANCE 'I

r : great'oeatfoytn. or:lares.t? *j = coit court They are at present in jail tion write A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or from his wholesale drug house. It is Fire Tornado, Accident Liability Plat Glaas.Steam Baler BorfUrr Bads i

t 1" This year baa also been unusually and will probably remain there. till the see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for fine stuff aDd acts like a charm every STARKE,., FLORIDA'if' i

j. "'._ productive of weeds. Hitherto weeds court convenes. directions.at Bank of Starke 10-12tf time, (63)
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Y :::- ----- ." -- Mrs. Alice Rowe, of Lawtey, was a INSTRUcnONSTOTEACBER THE CHILDREN. HOME SOCIETY CENTRALASSOCIATION.. --. .- -

visitor to Starke Thursday.H. OF FLORIDA. r -

r Steps to Be Taken to Promote Food Minutes of union meeting, Central

M. Douglass, of the Nebo section, Conservation.By With a deficit of $2,623.43'facing Association, at Pine Grove church, on

7 Bits of LocalInformation was a visitor to Starke Thursday. our society, a homeful of orphan and Sept. 28-20,1917.

homeless children from wee babies on September 28th.
Governor Catts
T. H. Rimes came over from Dukes proclamation, up awaiting good family homes, withan Called to order at 11:55 a. m., and
has designated Friday, October 19th,
Thursday to transact business in average of three new little ones devotional exercises conducted by G.
"School Enrollment Day for Na-
Starke. as referred to us for homes and care daily W. S. Ware.
tional Food Conservation" Florida
--. with other orphanage andchildren's Officers elected as follows
er 4:' .. ...... ........ ... and requested all school officers and every :
Moderator M. Kite.
home in the state filled to
r)4fI. ",. .. ... I"'" r... teachers throughout the state. to cooperate -
i >. overflowing, and the necessity of securing Clerk-Carl Scaff.
with the United States Food
immediate financial aid, or giveup Then followed a call for messengers -
SUITS F FINE Administration by conducting such exercises -
$$15 as will teach the children how our glorious work, (generally con- after which sermon, as per prog- .
ceded to be "Florida's Greatest Charity" ram, by W. M. Carlisle, was delivered. .
A nice line of :cu will miss a treat is you fail to they can aid the Government in the '
c ), we feel compelled to ask the aid Adjournment. .
Jarley's wax : next Thursday conservation of food for the more suc-
of the good people of Florida for'help Called to order at 2:35.
at th movie theatre., cessful prosecution of the war. In cooperation -
that the contributions, big and small, Meeting started by reading the 81st
with the Governor H.on. W.
was in town OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.Mr. : into Psalm.
Elisha W. Wilkinson, of Heil- :N. Sheats, state superintendent of might pour our treasury. ti
:1 First of all, we must have money, Query, found in Revelations 20-5,
school the Telegraph's able public instruction has issued supple-
0. L .Mizell, of cor- a
quit. deferred till evening and
Monday. from that' section, was in J. S. Andrews ,of Lawtey, was mentary appeal to the school officials or ,
f in town : Wednesday. in Starke on business Thursday.The and teachers of Florida to aid in this Second, we must have more good the topic for discussion Saturday "
family homes for our homeless chil- evening moved up to take its place.
work and that child in the
x Special sale see every dren and right crowded Talks made by G. W. Larramore
are ,
now we
Store.R. L. A. Dees, of Mayo, was a 60-foot flag pole was raised public schools signs a pledge card to
Department with babies and and of W. M. Carlisle and G. W. S.,Ware.
wee boys girls
Thursday in the court house at
guest of her daughter, Mrs. yard, aid the Government by conserving the
H. Thomas, of Green. Also Mr. and Mrs. the southeast corner of the building, food supplies of the country in some al ]ages wanting homes. Reports from churches deferred- till .
Third must have donations of afternoon.
we Saturday
J. Clark, of Alachua, were visitors and Old Glory sways aloft, inspiring practical "
in way.
had business hope of liberty for all mankind.W. children's clothes, shoes, stocking, ties Q. H. Holder, H. L. Beville, T. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Green for a few days. These pledge cards should be madeup
underwear hats and other Pinholster named the devo-
wearing appareL were on
in for each school and
Mrs. H. C. a *
in Brooker. M. Smith, of Raiford, was in A. Dubose & Son have on exhibi- sent to the undersigned, who will for- tional exercises committee.
urday Fourth must have food meats This committee reported that G. W.
we ,
Wednesday. Mr. Smith was tion at Bank of Starke sample of the ward them to the Federal Food Ad- ,
of their mills staple groceries, canned goods, pre- Larramore was to preach that night
Key many years in the naval stores products including rice, ministrator in Jacksonville.On .
Cedar meal serves, jellies, vegetables, fruits, etc. and H. C. Peeples conduct opening exercises -
grist and ground feed from the
but is farming and (
fish now receipt of the cards from the
success of it. whole ear) and bean meal These prod- We can. use any amount of syrup or Saturday morning. Friday
a ucts show that their is in county superintendent, the principal of honey or jellies. We would love to night sermon by G. W. Larramore. ;
machinery t
H. B.Clyatt, of the school is to distribute them among
have one live chicken from September 29th.
tell them saw at Shriv good order and that the millers un- every I
Starke you the teachers to the numberof
to according
tor farmer in Devotional exercises at 10
derstand their business. your county to lay.eggs or began a. i
pupils under their care. The teach- provide meat for our kiddies. m. by H. C. Peeples.

Messrs. I. N. NOTICE. ers are to see that every child signs a We know that we have asked your Body then went into session.,
of Lawtey, were in and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and chil- card while at school on Enrollment
aid before; we probably will need to Subject was discussed by G. W. S. {
motored down to Gainesville Day, Friday, October 19th, and are ask it some day again, but this is a Ware, followed by W. M. Carlisle, H.
Meet me at the where Mr. Adkins and chil- All persons who .want their rice then to return:, them to the principal of critical time=a time when we must do C. Peeples, G. W. Larramore and S.

: 25th, to see n remained to spend the week with : hulled ring it to our grist mill. the school. The principals of the or die and won't you do your level W. Sheffield.

of wax works. mother, Mrs. M. E.. Edwards. BLANCHARD &VCLINE, schools are to return the cards to the, best for our wee kiddies who cannot Finance committee composed of H. ..

10192t. Lawtey, Fla. county superintendent at once. speak for themselves? C. Peeples, H. L. Beville.and T. B. Pin-
,Judge J. T. Brymer, the fish market man, e .Children of all ages, both white and Remember, we have no solicitors of f holster appointed by moderator. #

has been in Starke. Tuesday among his consign- J. S. Starling, a well known citizenof colored, are to sign these cards.: It any kind, and no support from any Adjourned. 1

i of fish from Cedar' Key a tarpon the Lawtey section, was transacting is the desire of the Federal Food Ad- source but our voluntary friends and I Called to order at 1:07 by moderator .
J. P. Bryan, of 46% pounds. fit was bought ministrator'to have child in the .. t
business in Starke Monday Mr. Star- every contributors, and our office salaries and 91st Psalm was read. ]
tor to.Starke Mr. M.-G, Griffis for,$3. ling says his neighbors are thoroughly public schools sign the pledge.It and office expenses are looked after,by Program committee appointed as -1

{ I" awake to the possibilities of money is not compulsory for a child to our board of directors and ladies aux- follows: G. W. Larramore, W. M,
Shriver will cash : the carload of material; be has arrived making in the hog business and that sign one of these'cards, but it is expected iliary, so that every dollar sent in goes Carlisle, L. E. Hotawanger. ]
to opened by jJ
new cannery they will hereafter give swine raisinga that the teachers will present directly to provide aid and pare for Query, Proverbs 27-2 opened by H.
Shaver, of Plant,. ity, in the J. F. .
Lucian great deal of attention. request in such a manner as to inspire some needy child. C. Peeples, followed by T. B. Pinhol 1
: has been visiting ginnery building. every child with the desire to pledgehis MARCUS C. FAGG, ster and G. W. S. Ware. ,3

.a this week. Dr. E. L. Biggs and Mr.\W. E. To- Nothing will add so much to the or her willingness to aid the Gov- Superintendent. I Query, Rev. 20-5, discussed. .. :l'

looks of your house as paint. Try ij. ernment in conserving the food supplies I Adjourned. .:;J
well known citizens of Lawtey, .
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woolsey's Semi-P te-the best and.I of the country so 'that, the war September 30th.
business in Starke STARKE METHODIST CHURCH .
'f i Butler, were transacting. cheapest-quality considered. Quigley for democracy shall be the more quickly Devotional exercises begun at 10:20

;?. 'home of Mr. and Lumber & Supply Company. won. -t by T. B. Pinholster. .

!,' The specific object of the school en- We'will have all the usual servicesin Union called to order and T. B. Pin- ,

Big line of shoes ''fail to see Madam Jarley, Station Agent T. J, Griffin, who rollment is to have every child in the the Methodist church in this city holster elected clerk, pro tern.
character and her
../ the Cash famous works at the movie went to Jacksonville last week to con public'schools of Florida sign-the individual next Sunday,with the exception of the Subject, "Where God Commands His
.4, wax sult medical evening preaching service. This service Word be Taught opened by S. W. F
a specialist, returned Sun-t or pledge card of the to ,
Oct. 25th at 7:45.
; Dr. W. E. Thursday, day. He has been confined to his room United State Food Administration today will be called off as an act of Sheffield and followed by G. W. S.

was transacting 15 and 25 cents. during the week but is improving. His and in this way stimulate an interest courtesy to the new pastor of the Ware.

':t Monday. board floors in the rear of the trouble is mainly nervous prostration among the parents so that they Presbyterian church. Let all our peo- Sermon at 11 by W. M. Carlisle. -
If brought too close attention will the household ple attend our regular services that S. W. Sheffield was motion ap-
on by to more readily sign upon
of W. White & Son and C. P.
Mr. and Mrs. day, and then we want all the Metho-
business. to.New River Un-
pledge card during National "Food pointed messenger
3 Brooker'were have been replaced by concrete I Week," October 28 to November 4th. dist people of Starke to attend the ion.

day. .. Silk poplins, taffetas, messalines and A house to house canvass will be made Presbyterian church that night. Let Report of finance and report on
de chines all the shadesat I "Food the us all pray earnestly that next Sundaymay nominations approved.The .
crepe in new during Week" throughout were
C. J. Clyatt and sons, 0. A., L.
Mr. H. N. Hodges be a great day for God's churchesof
Sternberg's.Mr. United States to secure a food conservation next session of this associationwill
ler's substantial W. Land W. B. Clyatt, of the I pledge from every man and all denominations in the town of meet at Antioch church near La-

tor to Starke at the section, were office appreciated Satur- L. J. Wynn, state live stock inspector woman, white or colored, who wants to Starke. The year is rapidly closingand Crosse, on Dec. 2830th.All .
Telegraph for assist we should make these closing days the churches of this associationare
Bradford county, was in the Government. By interest-
We sell lumber t town his'way the children very profitable ones in our Master's to be
Tuesday on to the Fairat ing through the school earnestly requested repre-

: then wood to heat unrivaled Lake Butler, where he will work enrollment, it is hoped the parents can vineyard. sented, and visiting messengers will be

:.. ber & Supply Co. sure of to wax see works Jarley's at the movie among the stock owners in the interestof .. be more easily reached and induced to T. L Z. BARR, cordially welcomed.List .

,11 atre, Oct. 25th. Prices 15 and 25 tick eradication. t sign a food card. Teachers are requested Pastor. of messengers from each churchas
Judge J. T. to keep this in mind in talkingto follows:

Long have been in -. The members of the Presbyterian i the children, so that they can be ONLY ELEVEN QUARTS. Antioch-J. T. Harris, J. M. Kite,

ottending circuit impressed with the duty of seeing that Mrs. J. M. Kite, Miss Murray Harris.
Mrs. J. C. Adkins'and little daugh- church expect Rev. Stevenson,. of In- '--. :
diana their"parents also sign the household j Brooker-T. B. Pinholster, G. W.
of Gainesville, spent Saturday in to arrive tomorrow. He will night Sheriff Ben
Mrs.' A. C. Saturday Deputy
L with her sister, Mrs. A. Z. I occupy the comfortaMe new manse pledge card during "Food Week. Larramore.
Sapp had "hunch" that there
been a recent guest here and have charge of the Starke The assistance and c%-operation of a was Sardis-W. M. Carlisle, G. 'W. S.
I work for him do at Saxton and
; sister, Mrs. C. A. ,and Hawthorne churches. Mr. Stev- the school officials and teachers in this Ware, H. C. Peeples, Carl Scaff.

.# Mrs. A. Price, of Kingston, Pa., ar enson will preach next Sunday morn- work are very deeply appreciated by thither that he went. Nothing ever hap-<| North Pleasant Grove-I. H. Holder,
at place at train time
J. Mr. J. L. Peek pens except H.
the Food Administration and the Jack- Pine Grove-L. Hotawanger,
will ing and t\ening and the public ,
last and spend
ka Monday to act Thursday gener- and he waited patiently until the south
f'1 ally invited attend. sonville office wants to be kept fully L. Beville.
the of winter in Starke. Mrs. Price is are cordially to bound train arrived. He saw Charley
informed of the success and Worthington Springs-S. W.
.> I progressof
and Mrs.
.. at the home of Mr. Underhill alight, staggering under the
school enrollment in each field.J. .
i Keen Kutter meat B. Hull, and is welcomed back to' Don't fail to see Madam Jarley' county. burden of a heavy grip. Mr. Sapp examined CARL SCAFF
Hardware Co. by a large number or friends.If Dickens' famous characters, and her the contents of the grip and Clerk.
f' wonderful wax works at the movie I i, County Superintendent. found them to be eleven quarts of Moderator

a Hon. P. L. your roof leaks, let us sell you theatre, Thursday, Oct. 25th, at 7:45. I whiskey. .

spent the week-end rubber roofing. Starke Hard- Price 15 and 25 cents. J f. NOTICE TO AUTO OWNERS., Underhill was arrested for havingin F. L. Colson, of Brooker, was m

H. C. Richard.I Co. his possession more booze than the town Thursday.

W. I,. Thomas, who lives east of Notice is hereby given to all automobile law allows, and the liquor was confis
We have made the necessary repairs Starke, has",a little hen of the game owners that unless licenseis cated. Underhill was given a hearing ARITHMETIC AT NIGHT.
our mill and now we are ready to breed that seems to harbor the hallu- paid by the 1st day of November, before Judge Gardiner Monday morn- From fractions to cube' root, in three

: : our customers good service in cination that she is a turkey hen and 1917, the same will be turned over to ing, pleaded guilty and was fined $50 months. $5 per month. Young business -

SUITS $ ting" meal and grist. 'W. A. Du- must act accordingly. To this end she the sheriff for collection.B. and costs. men and women in lessons of one

& Son. laid an egg the other day that was M. DOWLING, hour, can secure the best knowledgeof

3% inches long and 1% inches the oth- 10192t. Tax Collector. HOT ROLLS FOR BREAKFAST. business arithmetic in the world.

ANDREWS J. R. Tison had rArned to Starke er way. The egg is on exhibition in I wish to announce that I have puton $500 worth for $15. Hours from 6:30:

: spending Seve weeks. at Co the Telegraph office. a bicycle delivery service and will to' 7:30 p. m. -

L" OPPOSITE S. C., at wolf on army can- REVIVAL MEETING AT HAMPTON hereafter deliver bread and pastry to Try one lesson, and if you are not

He eilh probably secure You can find what want, when any part of town. Can furnish hot enthused, that lesson will be free. Parents -
Mrs. Jessie at then Black Point can- rolls for breakfast. Phone are invited to attend these les-
you want.it, at Shriver's.Solon A revival meeting begins at the your your
vile, is visiting h : within a few days. Methodist church at Hampton next orders to No. 45. .' sons with their children if convenient.GEO. .
Loach, on Cherry : -- 2t. J. 0. TURNER. C. LOONEY.
Monday night at 7 Prepara-
Silk poplin, taffeta and messaline Carroll put a small ad in the -
Mrs. A. H. at Sternberg's.A. Telegraph last week to let it be known tory prayer services will be conducted '

Sunday afternoon that he had farming implements, etc., in the church next Sunday morningand 0001 ..oeo.oeo.. IOE30I IOEJOO

sonvile. E. Wall took advantage of the to sell. He had figured to have the ad night. These preparatory meet- I
ings will be conducted by Rev. Frank I o
running for several weeks but on
weather last week and cut the lux- The Features of
Adams. These revival servi- Distinguishing
his place east of Tuesday he ordered it taken out, as he
Buy a Liberty' crabgrass on
ces will continue day and night over
had sold all he had to sell. Another
Shriver's. His hay was very large,
being unable crop to procure a press instance of the excellence of the Tel- the fourth Sunday. The public is cordially :I Our New Winter Millinery are
invited to attend and participate
}Ir. C. A. Marks baling it, made one himself. egraph as an advertising medium. in these meetings. The pastor will do ORIGINAL STYLE O
A. C. ;: ,
and Mrs.
most of the preaching, and he earnestly I o D
x s tored to Black Our fine weave blue serge suits are IMPORTANT MEETING. desires as much help in the musical I D and 0
the Christmas
arriving for line as can be given by all his friendsin I o
Mrs. Cassie D. Andrews Mercantile Co., Raiford hampton of all denominations.T. HIGH QUALITYThere
been visiting .| Xew River Baptist Association in Session -
Starke the past in Starke. I Pastor.W. U in our collection every kind of hat you are likely to want

Mrs. C. W. Liddon has been visiting Many of our patterns are novelties that are not to be found ele where*

Mesdames J. M in Dade City and Tampa; al-
Kate Stuck spent visited Mrs. Jay S. Brown, of Plant The New River Baptist Association F. BARTLETT. SILK VELVET HATS o'

sonville. and Mrs. H. G. Denison, of Lake is now in session in Starke. This association Oakfield, Ga., May 10, 1917.I o n
thirteen churches Co. D SAILORS, MUSHROOMS, and TURBANS 0
Mrs. Liddon is expected to is composed of Old Kentucky Mfg. ,
,ar Let me make to Starke in a few days. and at this meeting they have thir- Paducah, Ky. o are especially noticeable feature of the collection? You are tore to

and cushions ty messengers present. Wednesday Gentlemen: like them. We can fit you with a becoming hat for, from $2.00 ape
,, top ,
j ones. AU kinds Buy a pair of Peters Shoes,' sold evening the B. Y. P. U. held an interesting I Pleat allow me to state that I have

'C" stery. M. Levito a guarantee, at Shriver's. service. In the next issue of the sold your hog cholera remedy for one KNIGHT'S MILLINERY

Telegraph we will publish an accountof season and have ordered more for this .

; ;; ; Mrs. Cora Brooker was well represented Mon- the proceedings. i season. Last year I sold it to 12 or STARKE, FLA. .0coD oo

f' t. spent the by the following well known citi 15 men who raise hogs. I told each of =o.ono .oeo.oeo. >
the feed it to
them to take remedy
M. P. Matheny
the Misses BaisdelMrs. : Francis Dyal, ,
A SLIGHT COLLISION. their hogs and if they lost a single
x D. Baxter, H. R. Brown, L A. ,
I r
M. A. Ba ( G. W. Hazen, E. M. Hazen,'C. hog from disease of any kind not to 1

y Saturday, after a; | Andreu, L. R. Gainey, E. H. Cle- Monday forenoon M. Harris was pay me a cent for the remedy, but

friends in Frank Cone, T. R. Collins and driving an automobile owned by F. T. I when they began to sell cotton every General Insurance
I in and paid me for the medicine
. P Gainey. Norman, on Thompson street and going man came
.. Mrs. Angie north. .When he reached Call and everyone .of them told me

A. Monday 0. L. Mizell, of Worthington sec street he made a turn to the left, but that it was the best hog medicine they
the steering being out of order, ever had used. One man paid me for
i visit with relative was a business visitor to Starke gear
I acuse, N. Y. Mr. Mizell planted small he lost control of the car, and it ran the small package and bought $5 JOS. E. WILSONSUCCESSOR

,\ to short cotton this year and into Mr.: C, A. Marks' car, which was worth more and said it was the best

Mrs. H. C. I the boll weevil did not damage standing at the curb in front of Mitch- that- he had ever tried. TO

. morning"for anything like as much as they did ell's Drug Store and was occupied by ours very truly, H. C. RICHARD

..' he was called to long cotton. The bolls are heav Mrs. Marks and, another lady. Mr. W. F. BARTLETT.Sold .
I be Harris' going at a slow speed and by D. C. Jones, Starke, 10-5-4t.
ik: Mrs. Harriet Y. : and the insect does not seem to car, Starke
.\ r. Visited in Starke. :I I puncture: the young bolls as heI striking an oblique blow, did not'hit : "F1orida.-:

and her friends I the young bolls of the long sta- the other car very hard only enoughto Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev I
-her death. J- i 1 I ." .. damage the running board. erybody. Advertise! wsy. :\
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PAGE SIX OCTOBER 19. 1917.N i ,;


N Bradford County Farms and Farmers : :'

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YO' 9090000 ; SWEET POTATO ROOT WEEVIL. 0000000000000000 HOGS AND THE SOUTHERN :0 J., GOOOOOOC c t Oc. same breed and as the Duroe-Jeraq .';f(
seems to be taking the lead in this 4
COUNTY. AGENTS' REPORTS The sweet potato root of the state it will probably !
garding which mention has 0 When hogs last week touched $20 a J. best to adopt that breed. fc
000000Om0000EHernando in our columns from time to i C. D. Gunn, County Agent.) O hundred on foot in Kansas City, rec- ,$ (By C. D. Gunn, County Agent.) '> These pigs will be furnished to tie
such a serious pest that ords were smashed. Yet despite these (e 0OOOOe boys without initial
County-Heavy Rains in- II <> <$3> 3> <> <> <> <> <$> <> <> <3> <$> <$ 0000000 0 9 cost and their -
the in the state should know what I prices, it was reported that receiptsfor notes, endorsed by their
terfered with the gathering of the boll weevil into parent
entrance or
dam- vil looks like and how it that day were only 18,000 head, The county agent is very anxious to guardian, will be taken for
corn and cotton, and have* also following description of the county has made it neces- whereas 30,000 head is about a normal have a large, live Boys' Corn and Pig at 6 per cent interest per annum.eighteen
aged the crop. its habits has been furnished the farmers to look to some- day's receipts at this season. The fact Club in Bradford county this year and pigs will be given to the boys The
Plant Commissioner, else than cotton as a money is that the Northern corn-feeding is now making up his club member- they are two to three months old when
Levy County-Boys in this countyare of Gainesville: There is probably no other kind farmer can't see much money in hogs ship roll. All boys wanting to join the boys will have ample time to M
very enthusiastic over the pros- The adult insect is a to which the average farm even at $20, if he has to feed them $2 either of these clubs should send their ize some profit from the pigs before reap
pects for club work. Many new names "snout-beetle," elongated change more easily and more name, age, post office address and par- it will be necessary to pay for them.
will appear on the roll for next year. smooth and glossy. The head than hog raising. corn.But here is the Southern farmer's ent or guardian's address to C. D. These pigs will be furnished
the thorax, middle section of with the change to hog raising opportunity. The Government has fix- Gunn, county agent, Starke, Fla. boys by a bank or banks in the the
Another club boy to problem of prodding pasture ed the of the wheat be- All boys between the of ten and the count
rakulla County- and the legs are bright and especially perplexing is price crop now ages notes for the price of the pigs
has received his purebred DurocJersey. the abdomen, posterior, of winter ing harvested at $2.20 a bushel to the and eighteen years are eligible to will be made to the bank. One bank
Two new names have been added body, is a beautiful dark : pasture or graz- bushel to the farmer, and the price of membership in the clubs and are urg- has already volunteered to furnish
to'the club roll for next year. The adult is about winter the 1918 crop of wheat at $2. This ed to join if they are willing to follow pigs for fifty boys and the county
two grazing
inch long and at first are be readily here crops and means that corn will hardly go lower the instructions and advice of the agent would be glad to hear from

Osceola County-The price per box, often mistaken for a large n excellent pasture grown for hogs. than $1.25, which is full double the county agent. Each corn club mem- other banks who are willing to assist
on tree in grove, of citrus fruit appears adults rarely, if ever, fly, but the most generally known average for the past ten years. In ber must have one acre, 4,840 square the boys in developing the hog indus-
to be advancing steadily, and to walk and run about. will well turn, this means that hogs on footwill yards of ground planted to corn. This try of Bradford county.VACCINATING .
is Rye
growers who sold early did not get they do not move so fast but soil rye.and furnishes grow excellent range from $12 to $15 or better, [land should be measured and plowed
catch them in the since the hog-raising states of the under -
can immediately some cover crop
top prices. for a longer period than any SYRINGES.
difficulty.The cover crop grown in Florida. North and West depend mainly on such as oats or rye, should be plantedon A great many Bradford
are very small, should be corn as hog feed. this acre right away to be turnedin farmers county
Washington County-Hogs are do- eggs seed rye care are learning to do their own
ing well and there is no cholera in the white in color, and from to select seed suited to Florida Now any man who knows anything before the corn is planted in the hog vaccinating. The Bank of Starke
l-50th inch in about the South's possibilities as a spring. If it is not possible to put
county. Herefords brought in from of an Florida grown seed can be a has an arrangement with a manufae-
t Texas are doing fine. Fanners who are laid in cavities made by to a limited extent and should cheap-feed-producing section knows winter cover crop on the land it shouldbe turer whereby we can buy serum and
planted cotton have made a half-crop: er insect, either in the vines when possible. that there's big money in $12 and $'5 run over frequently with a spike- virus syringes at wholesale and we
tubers. When in the vines Abruzzi variety, while practi- hogs, provided always, we utilize the tooth harrow or similar implement to will be glad to let our friends have
usually laid in the lower to Florida farmers, will be advantages nature has given us and maintain a dust mulch. them at just what they are biled to
Clay County-The exceptionallyrainy the stem. profitable and it is urged that depend on feeds other than corn. In Members of the Pig Club will be required us, $5.50 for the two syringes. This
weather in September injuredthe From the egg there farmers as possible secure other woras by having a good Bermuda : to own and care for one regis- makes a saving of about $3.
hay crop materially, and in corn nute, white, footless grub, This rye was introduced and bur and white clover pas- I tered pig of some standard breed. It BANK OF STARKE,
fields has planted rotted with velvet beans, the pale brown head. If in the Italy by the United States .De- ture, with adjoining patches of pea- is urged that all members use the The Bank of Helpful Service.Cotton's .
corn hatched these grubs begin of Agriculture in 1900 and nuth, soy beans, velvet beans, chufas, I ,
through the vine to the has given good results wher- sweet potatoes and alfalfa to turn the '.I
Putnam County-A farmer of East they eventually reach. If It makes vigorous and hogs on in turn, we can, by using
Palatka bought a purebred Shorthornbull have been laid on the tuber I growth, furnishing abundant ex some corn to harden them, "lay it all i
and tried to buy some cows, but grubs tunnel directly into grazing and is said to yield fif over" the Northern farmer when it I
was not successful He sees a futurein and within a short time thirty bushels of grain per comes to producing cheap pork. Thisis Up1!
the beef cattle business. numerous tunnels and not theory, but fact-proved by our

!f.: soon become filled with growing o.f rye for seed has experiment stations and our best farm I
material. The for farmers in I
decayed profitable some
Calhoun County Farmers harvesting
: are ers.With
] is from one-fifth to and West Florida and would I
grub these facts in mind, says the
1 their corn and getting satisfactory -
I yields. Some farmers who. in length. prove a good cash crop for Progressive Farmer, we believe one
came into the county recently have The grub changes into the ; county. The secretary of of the best investments we can make !
bought thirty head of DurocJerseysows "transformation stage" of Agriculture has this fall with some of our surplus Hurrah!
of a fine type. ponds to the cocoon stage of that there be planted in funds will be to buy a few good brood
fly). In this stage, in States this fall 5,131,000 sows and go into hog raising in a mod- i
sect is not active and does of rye, which is an increase of est way, letting it supplement the oth- t
Holmes County-Farmers are in- the indications of the legs, acres or 22 per cent over that er farm activities, rather than sup- Mr Farmer the old house !
terested can repair or
in winter you
pasture crops last
and wings make their year. plant them. There's money in hogs, I
large acreage of oats and rye will pupa in turn transforms into Essex rape is another win- and there will continue to be moneyin build,a new one, repair the fences and barn,
be sown. The hurricane touched here beetle. crop that furnishes excel- them for the man who raises and
sufficient to blow down timber, corn Under ordinary summer for hogs. The seed may fattens them on cheap homegrownfeeds. paint up and fix till your friends won't recognizethe

and beans, and sugar cane. ture less than five weeks. broadcast or in thirty inch old place. Make the home attractive, the
from fall to early spring. Four
quired for the complete -.-- wife happy and yourself proud of surround. ,
Madison County-Corn club boys of the insect from the time pounds of seed will be required I your
have harvested their acres and many laid until maturity is one acre depending on the FARMERS SHOULD INOCULATEHOGS. i ings.

report yields of fifty to sixty bushels. means that there are at seeding and method of plant .

The pig club boys are reporting good eight generations fo the I
I results. Several weighed in September son under climatic young plant very much resem- Let us help figure
showed large gains. They rangedin ida and accounts for the collards and are frequently The county demonstration agents you
weight from 150 to 180 pounds. and great destructivenes of in the same way as collards have done much toward saving the
The pest does not stop consumption. Florida hogs. Thousands of hogs have
when the potatoes are seed shortage will make it diffi- been given the serum treatment for II the job
Lake County-Citrus is looking bet- if infested potatoes are many farmers to secure the cholera at a minimum of cost to the
ter, though the rust mite and mela- either in outdoor seed and the county agent will farmer; and the county agent has done
nose show up. County fair plans are age, I to assist them in this matter the work. But this order of things is
being pushed. Farmers are planting feeding warehouses in ,the thf tubers pest keeps and will communicate with him at to be changed.In QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY
fall gardens. There are prospects for of Starke. A revised list of his address to the county agentsin
i a good cotton acreage next year. stored after generation potatoes. One is can and farmers having sea- conference at the University of j 'The Happy Home Bail der"I '

derstand, therefore, how seed for sale is kept on file in Florida, C. K. McQuarrie, state agent, I STARKE FLA
agent's office and is for the said it was not the duty of the county
Liberty County-The communityvat tatoes, stored in the fall, A"l
has been completed. It was builton pletely. destroyed before all farmers and others inter- agents to take the place of veterinar-
ians. That it should not be
subscriptions ranging from 25 Entomologists who have
cents to $10. It was filled with dip on insect recommend some -. -- for the agent to inoculate hogs twice ,{.
Wednesday and 150 cows were dipped control, such as destroying for the same farmer. When the agent FIELD SEEDS FOR FALL PLANTING.Florida i
MARKETING BUREAU. has inoculated
hogs the farmer
.j the next once,
vines which
day. ing glory (on is supposed to know how to do it for Black Rye at $4 bushel Blue Stem Wheat at 13.50 bushel. f
also lives), fumigating Arbruzzi Rye at 3.50 bushel. Dwarf Essex Rape at 14c pound.
when they are harvested, Florida State Marketing Bu himself in the future, so that the agent Fulithum Oats at $2 bushel. Crimson Clover at 22e pound.
I St. Johns County-While the total would not be called upon. Southern Rye at S3 bushel. Winter Vetch at rte pound.
clean up the remnants of Jacksonville is not a buying or Hastings 100 Bu. Oat at $1.90 bu. We carry a full line of all Garden j'
cotton acreage in this county is but and planting only agency, but supples informa The county agent is a demonstratorhe Texas Rust Proof Oat, at $1.25 bu. and Field Seeds. Mail Orders specialty
eight, the boll weevils have shows how
destroyed in isolated fields where producers about market con- always a thing shouldbe ONION SETS.
half of that. His arrival should be an notypreviously been grown.It and prices of staples at lead- done by doing it. The farmer should f
object lesson to the farmers who are with data relating to the watch the agent inoculate a few hogs, i=7r"-: % Qt. Pk. Bu. ,1
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is of the utmost White i Bermuda (straw colored) $ .20 $1.00 $3.75
contemplating the growing of cotton stancing of buyers. The then take the needle and do the work White Silver Skin ______ ___ .20 .90 3.50 .'
next year. the future of the sweet will be to learn from under the agent's supervision so that Yellow Dam en __________________ .15 .85 3:5 1 (
Florida that further glad he finish the work handle future Reds ______________ .15 .85 8.25 '1
shippers and full can or -
pest be stopped and to growers par- If sets by mail add postage on basis of 1 qt. to lb. Write for new fall catalog. .;
Madison County-Possibly the larg- as to unfair or unprofitable cases without the agent's aid or
State Plant Board
est acreage of cowpea hay ever grown antine rule prohibiting the in their shipments to dealers. presence. If farmers generally will do I BLOOMFIELD NURSERY & SEED COMPANY I
in this county will be harvested this into Florida of sweet extensive field of distribution this: the agent's time for his real work "Monticello Brand" Seeds Monticello, Florida.
year. Much of it already has been and tubers from all states for distribution-the will be increased greatly. I

i cut, but later plantings are not ready. tries and has adopted packing, grading, loading, I
,. The hay is bringing a record price prohibiting the shipment of storing and selling of
and will prove a profitable cash crop tato plants and tubers from products, the state marketing bu 1
to many farmer who had the foresightto vil-infested sections of in cooperationth the Federal .
reduce the cotton acreage and put in remaining portions of the I -is seeking every known way

more hay. less the potatoes have first II the producer and consumer and Superiority Again Shown I
erly fumigated to kill all reducing or eliminating unnec-
i, Dade County.-Ten thousand acres them. Shipments of tolls on the way between the

will be planted to tomatoes on the from infested areas are
lower East Coast this season. A dairy- tirely. It is to the bureau seeks fullest co-;>pera- NOTICEYou
, man who is mliking 14 Jerseys pas- business man and every ;- all associations having bet- r
in view. It is that the 1
; tures them six that these urged
on acres of Para intensely
of the various communities will be interested to know that Aug.
t The grass looks as good now as it did complied with by all, for on
f six weeks ago when the cows were Florida do without sweet as better results follow uni ust 24, 1917 THE UNITED STATES GOVERN- I
turned in. A sum of $5,000 has already Copies of the rules in variety of products and the j
len subscribed to the Dade County be obtained by writing to of grading, packing and MENT, WAR DEPARTMENT, awarded the 'I

Fair which will be held in March. Commissioner at in. Lower car lots.freight Individuals rates are can-to MALLEABLE STEEL RANGE MFG. CO. an

as well alone in matters con- immense contract several
amounting to
{ range
", Palm Beach County-Great prog- IF CHOLERA SHOULD the whole public as when unit- i
rass is being made in the Lake Okee- associated effort. train loads. They accepted the regular range

., chobee section. More than 2,000 acres When cholera appears in bureau plans the printing of a the
just from standard in .
of truck crops will be put in in that hogs, the average farmer is bulletin to contain lists of same as you get us, as

:' section of the county this year. Beans to know what to do. Since products for sale, to enable peo- every way, satisfied THE SOUTH BEND MALL
peppers, eggplant and tomatoes will highly valuable animals he dispose of same at the least
be the pos- EABLE RANGE is built to stand the most
, principal crops until the spring severe
wish to lose one. Here is delay and expense. Also lists
potato crop goes in. Several hundred plan of action, according to second hand implements, tests of war in all of its departments.
acres of Bermuda onions are being Logan, veterinary field a etc., that may be wanted. This t':
planted, and if they prove successful I Bureau of Animal Industry will enable farmers to get ac WHATEVER THE GOVERNMENT BUYS :j

as they now promise from the limited at the University of with each other, learn of oth- MUST BE THE BEST '-
of last
experience this will bone
year and in
"Have all hogs treated help keep money
of the banner crops of the future. with anti-hog cholera I. that might otherwise go out- 1I
Onions are hardy and we can beat the which they should be kept This form of marketing is be- '

Texas crop to market.. .diet, for a few days, with ssfully practiced in several BUY NOW PRICE ADVANCES $15
ing water, and confined states. The bureau makes no :
WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE. quarters that should be for this sen-ice.
sprayed occasionally with are invited to avail them-

One day a pig was received by ex 'compound cresol solution of any help possible of being MONDAY WEEK OCTOBER 29th.
i press. Shipper wanted to know if the i of water, until the disease by the bureau.
animal died of cholera. His lungs were in the herd.

! f teeming with lung worms. It is some- "To obtain the best Safeguarder. d
times very difficult to tell whether 'a rum must be administered is an advertisement of an ex
pig has lung- worms or cholera.- the disease can be mannish vest lined with peau Jones Hardware Store
Health Notes. herd. Be sure the ', but even if we can't find
.hogs is taken. A time what peau de cygne is we
POM Cured too to 14 DfiTecr 104 degrees in ordinary we can guard against putting
tocKtet win tttuA Jnoae -e, PAZO when the animal is not wife's by mistake by looking STARKE FLA.
OINTMENT BIIedi..orProtrudIDIlPIln tan to ear nretfcArytchinff,.layf. cates the necessity for an drawstrinz.--Columbus (0.) ,

The Ant.application. gives Ease POP"Hit1 iLl*-SOc" I dose of serum." ': :: 1

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r:0. "- know," the other assented. "And the 6th day of November, A. D. 1917.
Witness my official signature and seal this -
arrival a woman will send us 24th day of September, A. D. 1917.

1 by our telephone." W. T, REEKS
had not learned that (SEAL) Clerk.
woman?" he exclaimed. "Who is 9286t. Deputy Clerk. +

ger" do not pow, m'sleu. BILL FOR DIVORCE. f
In Circuit Sourt, Eighth Judicial Circuit of
she here now?" Larry persisted. 0 Florida. Bradford county.

had suddenly swept across L. H. Green
I !
F mind, filling him half with hope, Stella vs Green Bill for Divorce l= w

-.;; with fear, that the unknown wom Notice to Appear.

\ be Ethel Wllloughby. To Stella Green, Greeting: ,
it He It having been shown
by affidavit that the
,: Frenchman shook his head. defendant Stella Green ia a non-resident of k r'

he the State of Florida, and that the residence of
: m'sleu, I wait her return, '"
said defendant is unknown and that there Is. ,--s .
;!: ) 3Adl 47V 37laJARRrfiL no person in the state of Florida the serviceof
a ini was not, perhaps, a Madame de a subpoena upon whom would bind the said .
defendant and that said defendant '.
mused. is over the .
5 C?? fir'7T Larry age of twenty-one years.
s his was not told her name m'sleu. I It is therefore ordered, considered and adjudged
that the said defendant Stella Green, ;
find her by
"f I SYNOPSIS. coorvelif which Captain RedmonS the do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com- t:. ..
waited. a thought possibly it might be a plaint herein on or before the 3rd day of De- f
.; de Lorde," Larry told him. cember, A. D. 1917, in default whereof a decree -
CHAPTER Geory WagsUff. daughter "Larry-Larry!I" she called. pro confesso will be entered against the
of the British admiralty two days ago we were work-
of Sir George said Stella Green. t.
"What is it? he cried springing
bins at a liaison between her gov- i together in Brussels. Then I had It is further ordered that this notice be pub-
Ethel Wllloughby. and Henry to her side. Her tragic man- lip
erneM quickly lished in the Bradford County Telegraph, a
I thought she might
Street-nan. Ethel denies It. ;
ner alarmed him. all newspaper published rt Starke in Bradford
come this way." He slipped off County, Florida, once each week for eight consecutive
CHAPTER II-Henry Streetman calls She turned away from him; for she weeks.
table onto his feet. "Still, no mat.
v on Ethel and while waiting for her talks could not bear to face his honest eyesas J IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto .
1. to Brewster. Sir George's butler, who Is a muSt. .he added, as the French spy set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit 1
about his failure to she told him what she felt she
: German spy get at
at him a bit too inquiringly. Court on this the 25th day of September
admiralty papers In Sir George's posses "I hoped I'd never have to tell you A. D. 1917.
He to German secret this woman? be
sion. phones service can depend on
headquarters. this," she said, "but now that it has w. T. WEEKS
-28-8t (SEAL) Clerk.
come, I've got to. Larry the. man I at

Be CHAPTER tries to force III-When her to Ethel get from appears Sir married is a German spy""A fellow shrugged his shoulders. .

George knowledge of the sailing orders German spy 2 Your husband? serves General Jacques. He

to the British fleet Though she believes her," he replied, as if that fact COUNTY DISBURSEMENTS.Bills .
hID a French Instead of a German spy. But it can't be!" he exclaimed
she refuses until he threatens her. She I him of responsibility. t

begs him to announce their secret mar incredulously."But everything carefully to / Paid at Last :Meeting of County .
Georgy is suspicious but he
riage. as puts it is!! she Insisted. "I only -
h.r 01L Larry cautioned him. Commissioners. ;
Just found out. Till I thought he
i m'sleu!r the little man
CHAPTER IV-At tea Georgy and her loved ine-a little. But he didn't He's You Shall Seel" He Reassured H6ISoon \
lover, Guy Falconer, tease Sir George. "Shall you return here .
: and Streetman makes an awkward attempt cheated, tricked me for the things I ?" he asked Larry started to Mary Ward _______ 4/10 "
as you "win )hfve n ervouT"Tai
to talk politics. could tell him about the navy. That's Martha Gatlin J.OO
him. you," he complained, as if he were nol Nancy Conner ______ 4.00
CHAPTER V-Charlie Brown, newspaper why he married me, because he was a do not know if my regiment will that riney Dyess __._____ __ I.DB
man of New York entertains the tea spy. But now I've fooled him!" already Mrs. Breeze ___________ ".00
party with his views on the threatened here, or if it will go on; so I "I am sorry, mon pere," she said in Amanda Thomas ________ 5.00
in Europe. she exulted fiercely. "I've made him Lee ______ __ y
war rely on you and the woman, filial repentance. Crosby _- 10.00
believe that I, too, am with the Germans Emt>line Griffis ________ 3.00
CHAPTER VI-Guy Falconer declares Redmond warned him. "Re- "There, there r he exclaimed: : as II Caroline Griffis __. 3.00
and that I shall work with him. ------
that It war comes he will go to Cuba. His -it Is Imperative your general ashamed that he had chided her. "I Mrs. D. M. McKnight .-w 3.00 .
mother and sir Ge9rge reprove him. The situation staggered Captain Red. C. J. Campbell ______ 3.00 y
if the attack be direct
or by a
Charlie says Guy Is spoofing. mond. He seemed nonplused. did not mean to be cross. Come! For. Banner Dyal ______._____ 6 00 I fi
at movement" get your fears and pray to your saints: Wade McKnight _____ 3.00 .;
CHAPTER VH-Capt Larry Redmond "But what can I do? I can't arrest Lizzie Willis ___ __._______ %./10 e
calls Ethel The yes Now I shall get that business will be better. To think ?
Of the Irish Guards on him four husband," he told her. Rufus: Jackson _________:...-__ I.OIJ
two had been undeclared lovers and nowasks telephone, the Gallic gentleman that in August we have only that one Martha Riggs ____ ______ 2./it
be her tells to marry him she him.is married.She still loves "No-you can't, for tonight he goes And then be exclaimed lady lodger!" Susan Kelley _______? _____ 10.or

blur but to Brussels and I go with him. I shall in French "Vous rai- Wm. Lang ____________ 3.0t
avez At hIs remark the French spy L. L. Hagan _______ 2.6& s
VIII-Ethel finds that Larry be at the Grand hotel as Madame de
CHAPTER Streetman as a German and !" glanced up quickly from his newspa Rachel Taylor _____________ 2.00
knows "
that Streetman had a wife in Berlin spy when. Lorde. up change to his own language, no per. He had not known that them wasa Joseph Bryant ________._____ %.0' I a
married her. The others come in and "You are going to Brussels?" he repeated Lizzie Hunter _____ 300 +
he to them raes Sir George with the news than the inflection of warning in lady staying In the house. And he Rachel Stokes ___________ %.00 J l
that Germany has declared war on Rus grasping, even as he spoke voice brought Captain' Redmond wondered whether she might not proveto Elizabeth: Hunter _________ %.00 1
Florence Holton .._________ _
sia. something of the import of the news. 3.00
iCHAPTER sharply; and he saw that they be the person for whom be was on J. C. Box ___________ 3.00 .'
XX-Guy wants to go at once "Yes; for Germany Is 'to Invade no longer alone. It was the inn the lookout. John Wright ____________ 2.00

with Larry to enlist After the others go France through Belgium!" Henri Christophe who had Warren Hersey _________ .._ 3.00Mni. ;
"And what do she is -
Ethel wins Larry's consent to have her "Good heavens!" he astounded you suppose E. C. Crews and daughter 6.00fhomas
assist him in the secret service work he gasped, back to serve his leisurely pat here In Courvolsler?" little Jeanne Dyal ___ .. 4.00
is doing for England. at the enormity. "But you can't go asked her father. It not the Affie Scott ___ 2.00 ,s
there-with him! I forbid it.1" was quite Isaac Clark ____._._____.______ 2.00 ,
CHAPTER X-Streetman again calls gentlemen! Something to usual thing for a foreign-or any other Leonard Altman %.00 .

on EtheL She gets from him an admission "No, no! she protested. "You prom. ?" Christophe asked them rub- -lady to stay in an inn without an escort Newman' Children .___._______ 4.00 t
that he Is a German spy. gives him ised we'd work together-that youwouldn't of the Ervin) Higginbotham _______ 2.00
false information about the British fleet his hands In anticipation Irs.. Annie Parrish _______ %.00 d
and wins his consent to her co-operation try to stop me. You promisedon of good coin in them. "That I do not know-nor do I care, Catharine Hampton __________ 2.00 : '
with him In his work. She tells Larry honor. Addie Silcox _
your friend is leave 2.50
to meet him in Bn0 you My ma petite Henri Christophe said.
agrees 1 Hannah Harris ______ 2.50
ieland "But dear can't hold to I
my you me now," the Frenchman said. "She Is not French as she says. One Clara Sparkman ___________ 2.50

"Germany"will invade France that now," he objected. I will be back soon," Larry may tell from her accent" the girl re- Alice Bryant ___________ %.50
"But I do!" she insisted. "I'm Julia Lee ___ __ 2.50 -
through Belgium," be Informed her. going And with that Henri Chris marked. It was patent that her wom Bristol Rice ___ 2.00 -

"In two weeks we shall be In Paris." to Brussels. Even you can't prevent I had to be content. an's curiosity had '>een aroused by Silas Scott ______._____.__ 1./ifl
it !" And Laura Wilkinson __ 4.00
Good-by, Larry the indefatigable
"But Germany's treaty with Bel newspaper their feminine guest
Henry Pope __________ 2.50
I glum-you forget that!" EtheJ remind. I she started to leave him. returned to his favorite pas "But she pays, my little oneandshe Ella Folkes __ ____ 2.00

He stopped her quickly. while Henri Christophe regarded J.' I. Manning._..-._...._.._ 2.50A.
could believe father
ed him. She not that any minds her own business, her -
"Ethel! Please!" he entreated. W. Middleton _____ 2'.00 J-
country that retained the merest vestige 1 with a mild pensiveness. The fel responded. "Let us do likewise. D. W. Black children __________ 3.00

of honor would so debase herself. "No, Larry was the firm answer. had loafed much in his inn during Wipe off the table yonder!" he M. D. Newman. _________.__? 5.00Lee

"Belgium's territory must be sacred" He saw that her determination was past two days; but he had been al directed Jeanne, as if he would give Mrs. Crosby Maggie raise Andrews on allowance ___. 5.00$..00I. ;

the said. too great to be denied. And he walkedup too abstemious to suit the pro- her something to think of that would W. Middleton raise on allowance__ 2.00

to her then and raised bis band to notions of what was due him Ervin Higginbotham do ______. 2.00
He released her hands then. He take her mind off such idle thoughts. M. D. Newman burial 7.50
needed even them to express his scorn. hold her for Just a fleeting moment I a guest And then all at once old Little Jeanne took the cloth from a expense -

longer. roa.dthey."T Total .___ ________
"Treaty? Bah! What is that-a face turned happy once more nearby hook and proceeded to polish ---- ? J86.5J

"Walt! he besought her. "I'll come sight of a quaint little creature the table top at which the twq peasants beneral Fnnd.
crap of paper! he cried. to tomorrow in Brussels. Perhaps City Light Plant ____________ 24.71
you the and called
tripped room And while shewas
had lately sat
"But are you sure? she pressed D. Wainwright 4-5 on 1917 tax roll1228.41
him. This she knew information somehow I can help you-protect yoti. I ( : thus engaged their too frugal Drew Co., auto license book __ 10.61
"Oh, can Larry can!" she 1 Bradford Co. Telegraph reports etc __ 16.fiII
you you father! You are home again French guest folded His rose i
-and big Information, of the greatest up paper I R. J. Andrews 1 day com and mileage 8.20
all but and "
moment to the English war office. panted, overcome by relief news of the war? and left them. Drew Co., file ease ____ 29.00J.
gratitude. She had quailed at the ma petite! be said. J. Blackwelder 1 da com and mileage 9.20
"Yes, yes! I'm sure!" he declared. thought of her perilous mission. But Starke Phone Co. phones and calls ___ 7.80
"That is the plan worked out by the Do not be (Continued Next Week.) H. D. May .1 day com and mileage ___. 5.60S.
nevertheless she had never hesitatedto .
all say the Germans are com T. Bowling do 6.40

great general staff, and we must go to go through with it "Remember- through Belgium," she told him J. L. Underhill do ___________ 480
Drew Co., blanks judge _______
Belgium tonight You will meet me in Grand hotel-Madame de Lorde! I'll How Spain Got Name. co 5.34
tlvely. Drew Co., supplies clerks office ____. 3.00
an hour at Charing Cross. Tomorrow learn everything for you tonight-for remark seemed to exasperate Spain, etymologically, means Rabbit Drew[ Co., blanks do _______ 3.62

we shall be In Brussels." king and country And she held her business and Peninsula. The word is, accord- J. P. Tomlinson co physician _____ 4.17
What with poor ,
A. S. Crews
eo attorney __ 4.17
"Where sHall we stay in Brussels? hand out to him impulsively.He worry of the last few days-for ing to good authority, derived from F. L. Williams janitor __________. 25.00

"I am sent to the Grand hotel" he caught it in both of his. Christophe did not entirely share the Punic Shafan-rabbit This animal W. J. Epperson 1 day with comr's 2.00

explained. "I shall myself off as has been numerous in the R. Edwards repairs to bldgs ._____ 2.50C.
pass Tor king and country! he repeated his very
complacency of more placid A. Knight supvr reg __________ 20.00
Monsieur de Lorde. You shall be after her gravely. And then he kissed regarding rumors that were In country, .often destroying whole Geo. A. Gardiner coffin Will Andrews 7.00

,Madame de Lorde." her band with something akin to rev air-what with thoee things to cropsAfrican ferrets were kept to W. T. Weeks 1 month clerk pd freight 125.70
Geo. A. Gardiner inq Will Andrews __. 4.88
"Madame de Lorde!" she repeated erence. "And for you!" Captain Red- him his patience had become drive the animals out of their holes. W. J. Epperson do ______ 7.80

u if to fix the name indelibly upon her mond whispered. The good God knew that he We find the rabbit often representedon Henry Battles witness ______. 1.00
old Ader Baldwin do _: _______. j.00
memory. not desire war to sweep over his Spanish coins. Allen Baldwin -- 1.00

"In Brussels we shall await instruc- CHAPTER XI. -- He hoped passionately that P. S. Colson juror _________?__._?_ 2.00
i THE SAME IN PAfcATKA J. J. Morgan do _________. 2.00P.
tions he continued. "When they come And
i might escape that calamity. M. Barefoot do ______. 2.00
we shall do much-you and I-for the At the Lion D'or. it as he did, he took occasion, .- T. C. Hazen do ____________ 2.00 ,

Vtterland. Good-by, my dear,, In the little Belgian village of Cour- the possibility was men Palatka Residents Speak Out For the Lonnie. L. Surreney!Morgan do do________________________ 2.00J. 2.40

>nntlltonlgb.tr'! He started to go. But voisier two happy peasants were play. to denounce the contingency Welfare of the Public.It Margaret L. Burleigh cal canning club 50.00

he turned back suddenly as if the urge Ing checkers in an inn called the Lion being beyond reason. Somehow, he
Total ______
of great events had not quite obllt d'Or. It was still August still the comfort simply from asserting is just the same in Palatka as in and Bridge Fund.

finest of summer weather. And in the disbelief in such a thing. Melvin Mitchell work on bridge ___ 2.00
there out
Starke; our friends speak James Castle cutting out logs __ lloo
carefree minds of those two Idlers say it!" he repeated after her in the same glad, earnest way as s. E. H. Douglass gen road work ____._ 2.00

there was not the slightest reason for an irritation which was strange Starke and women Richard Rimes do _______________ 13.85
: grateful men
many A. E. Moitt bolts for bridge ____. 1.25
them to forego their customary after him. "So always it is with you
i have spoken in these columns for J. M. Alvarez shoes etc convicts .___ 65.65
noon diversion, even if their great and -you exaggerate every rumor, pastW. Mitchell Drug Store medicine convicts 4.95

powerful neighbors-Germany and cried. "I tell you-your father-we years W. J. Epperson del eonv to gang__ 4.00
\ C. Bryan, of the firm of Bryan Quigley Lumber Co. lumber etc _____ 13.01
i France-were at that very moment a neutral country. All the big na & Austin, well known grocers of Le- J. V. Jones feed for mules __.___ 5454 ;.

crouched and ready to spring at eachother's i they have promised us that our man and Eleventh streets Palatka Quigley Lumber Co. lumber etc _____ 31.15 ;'
W. C. Whitten & Co.
In all is safe from invasion. It is near supplies convicts 1.25
throats. Belgium was II Fla., says: "I was annoyed for some D. C. Jones tools etc _________ 12.95
peaceful. And the very sun 'seemedto a hundred years since they gave us time by a deep seated pain right over J. W. White \ Son tools and supplies 17.35!

r. li shine that tiny country with word and always they have kept Henry Brown repairin gbridge __. .50 5
upon my kidneys and it made my back sore Joe Johnson do ____________ 1.00
Just a little more beneficence than it and lame when I first got up in the J. L. Warren cutting out logs ____ lioo

had over the rest of- the world. For still I am frightened," his The secretions J. A. Coleman repairing bridge ___... 8.00! }
morning. kidney passed L. J. Wynn gen road work _____ 11.00 A.x
I Belgium, fortunately, there was no reaffirmed.'She was, in truth, too frequently. I began taking C. A. Youngblood fixing house con ____ l.50 g

N dread of war. Secure in the convictionthat timid little thing-just the sort to I Doan's Kidney Pills and I wasn't longin P.R. J.H. Neal do ___________ _. i.no a.13
Andrews -
she had enemies her people thrown Into twitter of excitement 2 days road insp -_ 4.00
no a
finding out their merit, for they; W. P. PitU fixing bridge ____________ 2.60
went about their affairs with the same a mouse-or a war. It mattered fixed me up in good shape. M. J. Green mules for moving cage ____ 4.00 ,

light-hearted content that they had what one might tell her to calm simply Tom WAil filing bridge __________ .>.">./>, i
;; Price 60c at all dealers. Don't W. W. Baisden do _________.___. 15.00
IF'f come to regard, through the years, as She wquld still be alarmed. And ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's John Kelly lumber 36.00

t. their natural heritage. Jeanne looked up at her father Pills-the that E. M. Coleman fixing bridge _____. 1.25
Kidney same A. J. Underhill do ..___ ,
___.._. 4.110
"Voila, messieurs!! the inn's sole such fear in her great dark eyes Mr. Bryan had. Foster-Milburn Co.. Walter Edmondson do 6.00 f

waiter Louis, exclaimed as he laid upon he forgot his anger In his attempt Props., Buffalo, N- Y. (34)) Young Trading Co. feed for mules _. 91.82 r

the table the change that was due soothe her. M. J. Alvarez fixing bridge _____ 3.00
B. Wells do --?______,______ 3.25
the two And "Behold gentle- "But why?" he asked her more Raiford
a guests. + + + + + ifffffftftd' Underhill do ___ 10.110
men!" be repeated in quite the grand "They did not come through + LEGAL NOTICES 4 J. L. Underhill 4 days road insp 8.00 q
B. Colson
manner as he placed before them two country in 1870 in the Franco- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + J. B. Dowling feeding eonv convicts______._ 326.61)9.20

liquor glasses filled with an amber war. Why should they now? NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED J. B, Dowling discharging conv _._.w_ 23.00 .
ambrosia.The UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 J. B. Dowling pay of captain guards.155.00
IIap 9 LAWS OF FLORIDA. J. B. Dowling supplies convict __ 2280
players thanked him. And In Germans make much money from I Hereby notice 's given that T. J. Alderman A. A. Durden feed for mules etc __ 29.70
that moment one of them brought the purchaser of tax sale certificate numbered S. T. Dowling 2 days road imp ____ 8.00
and we from them. They are our H. D. May 18 day road _
the respectively 226 227 232, 234 and 245 issue d snap _. 36.110
game to a swift termination by No, ma petite, thanks by the Tax Collector for Bradford county .H. O. Brown gen road work ______ 1.50
execution of a masterly move toward need fear nothing." Florida each of said certificates being dated V. Jones feed for mules -._.___ M.45
God we Young Trading Co. do _____.___
which he had long been maneuvering. the 6th day of September A. D. 1915. baa flied 10.33
"I hope, father, you may be right the said certificates in my office and has mad C. P. Cason medicine convicts ____._ 5.70
The two peasants tossed off their said, albeit somewhat doubtful application for tax deed to issue in accordance J. B. Dowling( bal on feeding eon .___ 10U9
t risen ] J. B. Dowling eal captain guards 30.00
cordials then. They had already with law. The said certificates respective h. g
embrace the following land in Bradford county L. T. Teeton cutting logs ... 1.00 r
fJ Q.taaa4.. r from their chairs when the innkeeper "You shall see! You shall seer! bl' Florida, assessed in the names respective] W. S. Brannen repairing bridge __ uo

himself, one Henri Christophe, entered. his to the hereinafter particularly get forth. to-wit: Strickland A Ball applies eonv ._____ 10.38
1 "In Two Week We Shall Be In Paris. "You're going already?" he exclaimed her. He made way Certificate No. 226 embraces NE 4 of SW 4 S. R. Swindle gen road work ______. 2,00
counter and busied himself set- Sec. 29, Tp. 4, S. R. 20 E., 40 acres, assessed A. O. Strickland repairing bridge __ 1.51)
reluctant to see good customers y
there. "Wha Unknown.
to rights
erated ell thought of his relations with leaving. "It is not late." Certificate No. 227 embraces the following: Total ------.-----------.--- -1274.22
Ethel. He leaned toward her. "Now," me far more than the Ger Com 210 yards S of NW coy of NEVJ of SEV. Fine and F.rftJt..e Fnd.
"My wife expects me, one of them N. 2.3 Mitchell Drug Store medicine jail ___ 1.90
little one, he :went on, and run S 53 2-3 yds. E. 70 yds. 53
be said "now you won't refuse to Mss replied with a humorous grimace. "You my vds. W. 70 yds to pt of beg. See. 18. Tp. 5. S. E. M. Johns services .___.?__?___ 30.00
mer R. 21 E., 2 acres, assessed J. Denmark.. M. Cameron guard jail _________3 20.00
understand? worries me is that we base Certificate No. 232 embraces E% of EV_ of Puritan Oil & Paint Co. disinfertanUGfo. 7<_50

She could scarcely do otherwise than "Mais oul! I comprehend perfectly Americans automobiling this sum VWVi cf SW, and all NE>4 of SW4 W of A. Gardiner case Jim Baldwin_. %.04

submit to him now. He put his arms Christophe answered. He knew the Always in August there art assessed Ry.. Sec.C.10 G.Tp.Holland.6, S. R 22 East, 30 acres W.W. J.J.Epperson Epperson do witness____________ 10.80 1.00

around her and when he had taken fellow's wife-a somewhat temperamental ,.: and they pay welL" Certificate No. 234 embraces WH of NWV Henry Battles do ___ 4.00

Us kiss be said, "In an hour!" Then woman,. with a sharp tongue. "Perhaps it is the Germans who of assessed'EL.,C.See.Roy 11.Hathaway.Tp. 6, S. R. 22 E, 20 acres J.Allen M. Baldwin Gilbert do do ________."T"__' 4.00 4.00

he hurried away. And be had no wish to bring down an <'P them away" she ventured unhap Certificate No. 245 embraces SI. of NWV Adie Baldwin do 7' 400

Ashamed disgusted, Ethel wiped avalanche of ill-will upon his excellent of SET See. 8, Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E., 20 acres, H. S. Warren do __.__ 4.00
Clark. W J. Epperson feeding prisoners ...... S6.09
her lips with loathing. And in another hostelry. So he bade his departingguests "Will you cease r he cried angrUy.lwallL assessed Unless James said certificates shall be redeemed ae- -

moment. she had thrown open the _good-by. ___ you .tAlk_ot_the German cording to law, tax deed will issue thereon on Total 217.21

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u '. "'4-,"" ; <-"c'*\ -. : Andrews, during the time Mrs.j Rob- this part of the state and we are all Mr. J. Frank Bennett made a -T"Prof.' L. A. Davis and, Nigel' -.

1 : { (Vr erts is a patient at the Alachua Coun- grateful to the board of trustees' for ness trip to Jacksonville last bUSi-1 Chancey visited Sapp station

.. .Hospital. securing her services. Mr. Henry Rosenberg has purchasedthe where Mr. Chancey has UUOQ'
ty accepted
tdI,1I\\ ':"' ..' .J .'.' ".'" Mr. J. T. Andrews spent Wednesdayin Mr. Jno. Andrews and family, of property of Mr. J. E. Townsend, sition with Hon. Jno. P. Sapp. a ] .. :

Raiford on business. Lawtey, motored over to Raiford Mon Sr. on West Main street, near the G. Mrs. Rossie Reddish is spemc.i".' i -

: News Items, Mrs. W.- W. Farnell, of Hampton day. Mrs. Adam Andrews returned S. & F. railway. He expects to erect few weeks with her parents, Mr, -
County Springs, returned home after a short with them. a large two story brick building there |, Mrs. J. S. Rosier. aaI fr
visit to her sister, Mrs. J. C. Jones. Mr. S. T. Dowling and M. W. Mann and he will have quite an extensive department Heilbronn school is in working bra :

-- Last Thursday, Mr. Adam Andrew motored to Jacksonville the first partof store. ress now. Attendance is good, ';'
t t', lattnftinf facts Gathered DurIng the Week by Our and Barney Hendricks passed through the week, where they purchased a Mr. R. H. Taylor, who has been with enrollment, still there is room far&&L' ';
I Regular Corrctpondents. 'Raiford with thirty head of fine beef number of hogs for fattening purpos- the Jacksonville Traction Co., was in provement and we as well as those fa.1
steers for Mr. R. J. Andrews, of Lake Butler last week. He left Mon terested in said school request ttot
Dukes. es.Mr.. Jim Browning and Ernest Wells day for Fort Jackson, Columbia, S. C. the patrons see that their children tale
Mr. Lacy Ritch, formerly of Rai- were in our midst Sunday. Mrs. Mary E. Werts has sold her 1 advantage of the early part or
) S ---- VANDERBILT.The ford but more recently of Starke, 6 Senator Willis, state prison physician farm near Miller and has purchased a : term, as well as the remainder 11Ie
iI I LONG BRIDGE. I I spent Thursday visiting his father, spent the first part of the weekat residence in West Butler from Mr. I. motto being "never say fail," we.feet
I Mr. J. H. Ritch. the prison farm near here. McGill. She will move here in De. sure of success. We, as teacher '

I The friends"of Mr. Jasper Tison are farmers are busy hauling cotton Mr. B. M. Dowling, the genial tax Mr. A. D. Andrews and S. A. Bryan cember. Heilbronn school, wish to say that $!.t',;'
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I I ; indeed glad to know he is rapidly improving these days. collector of Bradford county, spent were business visitors in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise, of Largo, prospects for a nice term of school i If I
: !. from the severe spell of sickness I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hodges and lit- several days last week with his brother Tuesday.Mrs. are light housekeeping at the Baptist encouraging. ,.t
I \Ii from which he has been suffering. tle daughter, Mildred, and Mrs. Hodges' H. T. Dowling, of this place. H. W. Raiford and sisters, Parsonage. Mr. Wise came to relieve Messrs. Levy Sweat and Lum (V.:?
I:' It .4 The Long Bridge school is progressing little brother, J. D. Carter, spent Last Thursday Mr. Frank Walker Miss Lucy Perry, spent Tuesday at Mr. I. H. Shaffer, one of the telegraph mons are in Jacksonville this 1reet
j Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Green of this place, Lake Butler seeing the Fair. with a load of produce. 5
.L 'nicely with Miss Ernie Mackery, and Miss Mary operators at the union depot for a few % ,-s;
I i of Car be1e, as teacher. I Hodges' sister, Mrs. J. A. Harnage. motored over to Starke where they Dr. A. J. Johnson made a profes- weeks. The Pentacosts have completed flj! l'

I Mr. W. M. Parker, of New River, Mrs. W. F, Harnage is spending awhile were united in marriage by Judge Geo. sional trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was arbor, under which they have _:
\ i had the misfortune to lose his house at Pinetta with her brother, W. A. Gardiner. Mr. Walker is a son of R. H. Weaver and Mr. Shep- visiting his mother here last week. holding a series of meetings, co_
fire Wednesday night The family Williams. Mr. Jno. Walker, of Jacksonville but pard Moore motored to Jacksonville The opening of the Bradford County ed by Rev. Thomas. -i-
t by being. away at the time it caught Mr. Henry Carter spent Sunday with formerly of Raiford, and Miss Greenis Wednesday.Mr. Fair yesterday was a day of prepara- Rev. L. A. Donnelly filled hia'repo
: fire there was very little of the house- his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Harr.age. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hazard W. I. Roberts and family with tion, rather than a day of opening. The lIar appointment Saturday and Sunday*
I boldgoodssavetl. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jackson attended Green. Although quite a surprise to Miss Maud Roberts and Sadie Simmons street fair, Capt. Moore's shows, was Miss Edith Warren enjoyed a ] 1eQ.*:!

Mr. and Mrs. James Tison, of Starke the Primitive Baptist annual meeting their many friends, we wish them no motored to Sanderson to visit busy getting tents, merry-go-round, ure trip to Starke Friday afteyrjo ,
I 'I i were visiting Mr. Tison's parents last at Bethlehem church in Baker worse luck than perfect happiness.It relatives. side shows, and concessions in shape. Mr. Willie Reddish and mother tot
', ,I! J Wednesday.Mrs. county, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. is a peculiar thing how an old They succeeded so far as to be able to just returned from Jacksonvilk}'
,!; Jim Brannen and children were Messrs. J. A. Harnage ,and L. C: Ford will act sometimes, and to illus- HAMPTON.Rev. show last night to very fair audiences.The where they have been sight-seeing 2-1
j ,II I visiting! Mrs.; Brannen's sister, Mrs. Hodges were business visitors to the trate the absolute lack of judgmentof shows are very good and the acro- enjoying the pleasures that the citJ.Ia'"

I ; Phillips, last. Sunday., county seat Saturday afternoon.Mr. the particular Ford of Mr. N. T. bats, another attraction, are an espec- capable of producing. J ;
I I :' W. F. Harnage was a visitor to Ritch, it behooves us to tell of a spe- A. B. Canady, representing the ialy pleasing feature of the Fair. We are glad to know that Miss
Lake Butler last Thursday.Miss cific act. Last Friday Mr. S. T. Dowl- Baptist Witness, spent Tuesday here. The Fair management was busy all mie Reddish has made up her min41D
I 3: t NEW RIVER. Lillian Crosby spent Friday ing, Mr. Jeff Dowling and' Mr. N. T. Miss Pearl Cook, of Chattanooga, day Tuesday assigning quarters to the I' be with us in school once more. '
I ; ; night with Misses Lizzie and Lottie Ritch got ready to go to Lawtey by Tenn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. various exhibitors of county productsand There are several persons of tiii*f

\ ; A. of Pinemount, spent I Norman.Mr. way of the Ford route, but as the gas W. G. Seals. Miss Cook was formerly the booths were being decoratedand i section talking about going to the".
I I Mr. E. Sapp with his parents, Mr. and I II Dock Norman was a visitor to was low Mr. Ritch told Mr. S. T. Dowl a resident of Hampton and has many filled with choice exhibits from i;Bradford County Fair. We- hone r,. tk. .-:
: last Lawtey Monday.Mr. said Ford to friends here.D. success in winning prizes fOre ;:!
. I' I II ing to maneuver the over farm and garden. Some fine cattle
:' Mrs. B. J. Sapp. Bennett Wilkinson attended the W. Moore, of Theressa, was trans cellent products which they have
I Mr. J. E. Adkins was a business visitor -' the garage, and here is where thp con- were noticed in the stalls, chickens !; fcrta
I Lake Butler last Saturday. baptism at Heilbronn Springs Sunday trary disposition of the Ford poppedup acting business here Tuesday.A squawked in the poultry quarters and display.Mr. .
t I to afte noon. towards the revival meeting will be held at I John L. Gasklns and aistet-1;
Raiford of Still
Yarborough, of and instead heading pigs were grunting in their pens.
t Mr. S. P.Saturday visiting relatives Our school is progressing nicely.Mr. garage as all good and well broke the Methodist church beginning Mon- by Tuesday rug'ht'much remained to be : Miss Mary, were in Starke WedW. i
.tl t spent last New River. and Mrs. Kirby Crews and lit- Fords do, it headed for the corner of day evening, October 22nd. The cooperation done in the 'way of placing and ar- day, attending to business. ;
and friends near tle daughter and Mr. Crews' sister, of the public is cordially in- Rev. Woods filled an appointme 'J-
of Mr. Dowling
I We to report the illness the depot and despite all ranging exhibits and this work is gong -
.. Mrs. W.are T.sorry Turner, but hope for her a Miss Fannie Crews, attended churchat could do it continued straight ahead vited. I on todaY .Wednesday. Many farmers Tuesday night, using the arbor whi .
I I Heilbronn Sunday. until it hit the corner of the depot, Mr. Peeples, of Ray City, Ga., spent and stock raisers are bringing in was lately constructed by the Peste
speedy recovery. of Miss Mary and Mr Charlie Bloods- several days here during the past costs, as the meeting place. i:
the but
W. T. Andrews, doing no damage to depot their 'exhibits and Thursday and Fri-
I Lake Mr. Butler and motored over to New worth spent the day at Mr. F. M. Nor- bending one of its radius rods, which week, and while here bought the extensive I. day, therefore, promise to be the big Mr. C. H. Bloodsworth, of RaitC" it..
man Sunday. aid :Mr. plant farm formerly owned by attended church here Sunday. _
afternoon. was given first treatment by days of the Fair. The attendance has
1, River Mr. Sunday Calhoun Berry made a trip to Miss Fannie Bloodsworth visited at Lennon, after which the trip proceeded. W. P. Pitts. Mr. Pitts has, accepted a not been great as jet for Tuesday and Mr. J. L. Wainwright made a short*:';
t Butler last Tuesday afternoon. the home of Miss Alta Norman Sun- While the writer knows that advice large farm near Ray City in exchangeand Wednesday. The threatening weather visit to Starke Saturday on busbea.
Lake will move there with his family in Messrs. Ray Colley, D. Ritch Greet ,.
Mr. W. T. Turner was transacting day.Mr. is like castor oil-easy to give may have had something to do with
r visitor to the near future. and John Dekle, of Starke, attej&d .'
Starke last Saturday. John Morgan was a but dreadful uneasy to take-he nev- holding the attendance away. But the
business Messrs.at C. A. Johns, M. L. Johns Mrs. L. L. Sapp Sunday.Mr. ertheless advises Mr. Dowling to make A representative of the Starke Tel weather seems to promise better for baptism at the springs Sunday fteivfj'
I and Leon L. Renfroe were in Jacksonville Littleton Kite, of Lake Butler, .sure that the next Ford he tries 'to ephone Co. was here last Saturday and the latter half of the week. noon. i4llr.
last Friday. visited in this section Sunday.Mr. i drive is well broke and of a gentle installed a telephone in the residenceof Sidney Padgett, accompanied a num- G. C. Sapp, of Raiford,-'vu"

i ... Mrs.' Willie R. Williams, of Lake and Mrs. George Anderson and disposition. A. A. McDonald. ber of his students and Boy Scouts to a visitor to our burg Tuesday S ift r.".
Riv family'spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs.F. I 1 J. H. Pratt, of Jacksonville district, Gainesville attend the noon. ?
New to ;
at of Wateroak Saturday
Butler, spent last Sunday Mr. W. F. Harnage, ,'or .,
.of the Woodmen of the
l M. Norman. in Raiford business Friday. manager football game between the Universityof 5- ,
was on
er.Messrs. and G. H. Kelly Messrs. Delbert Sapp and Britten World, was here during the week and. South Carolina and the.Universityof r.
II Jno. A. Hicks Geo. Kelley, county surveyor, was a BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIO! ,
\ church at Emanuel arranged for a meeting to be held in I -
of Gainesville, who'are traveling Rosier attended I business visitor Friday.' Florida. A genuine good time was ;
t ;_, n... ;"+ !.'P"t of the- Union School Saturday night. Mr. J. L. Bryan, of Baker county, the Masonic Hall Monday evening, the in store for them and all enjoyed them Sund-:;: insij'tti"
UM. .HV -- I
22nd. An election of officers will be On last tie 14th "
t Furnishing Co., --Chicago, passed was in town Saturday on business.Mr. selves to the fullest extent. Rootingfor
held and other important business attended home of Mr. and Mr*. Caleb Mott 6f j
Tuesday. Florida their middle and
through New River last J. D. Cobb, the Standard Oil was name
I M. J. BROOKER.Mr. to. A special dispensation for she did not them for the Brooker, was the scene of a.family'reunion --;:
Messrs. B. J. Sapp 'and son, man of Lake Butler, was in town last disappoint as
Sunday.CLAY'HILL new members has been granted and a orb the occasion being'MrMt'z64th :
Sapp visited Lake Butler last Saturday.Mr. golden was ascending, ascending,
systematic canvass for prospective until it reached the zenith then it began birthday. All the childr1'pd.
Hazen of Sarasota, visited -
D. -
J. Jackson-
motored to
: J. C. Jones
members will be made by Deputy A. !grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Soft,
in the far
Mrs. D. M. sinking, slowly sinking
Mr. and
his and Mrs.
parents, ville Wednesday. Mrs. Jones
A. Futch. All members and
visiting were They ia
present. came
I week to his and distant West, then it was that
here returning
Hazen, last W. W. Farnell returned with him.
Sovereigns are invited to be present. South Carolina her doom I some of them drove from their 1 homea;
was meeting ,
home Monday. Mr. Henry Taylor, son of B. Ira '
A'motor-driven truck to be used for and others from the nearest i'ailwayjstation
Mr. J. G. North, our county superintendent Miss Edyth Williams spent last Taylor of this place, who has been iii i hauling heavy freight, is the latest acquisition in the sand and dust by by Florida's [ all arriving at the home of;.
., and ,Mrs. W. T. week-end with relatives in Lake But- Traction
and Mr. ,. the employ of the Jacksonville of our progressive merchant, best.Those who attended follows i their parents in time for dinner. Tk.-'
are as :
Nettles visited our,.school last Friday.Mr. ler. Company, spent the week-eng '
A. A. Durden. dinner deserves mention
I | special as one:
J. E. Maines John John
North a short talk, followedby Prof. J. Groover; left for with his parents here. He has been Padgett,
gave ( At the conference held at the Bap- Walter ''seldom sees such a bountiful repast?|
Langford Hugh Register
M&,: Nettles, who organized a Guilford, where he .opened his school i called to the'colors. tist church Saturday, Rev. L. A.Rawls It seemed that nothing was lacking iaff
Cobb Bascom Cobb Fred 11
the boys. .
"Grow Something Club" for Monday. I Mr. J. W. Andrews, Sr. and Mr J. of Lake Butler, was unanimously call- lading the festive board with all good;
S The following officers were elected: Sheriff Epperson, of Starke; was in W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, were in ed to the pastorate of the church for Charles Duncan Floyd, Walter Duncan Knight Hal,Maines Aubry things to eat and much more than wuf'
Eldridge ,
1 president; Curtis Star- last after- Raiford on business Saturday.Mr. .
Ben Wilkinson, town on business Saturday the ensuing year. needed. Several baskets were filled;.
r __ ... Mrs.. .. Nettles save the and Sidney Padgett.The .
's .Mt ? for the the sick. fj
DCVlV4 tJ. IlVUU. and .
The friends of Mercer Millera poor
} girls a.very interesting talk and will Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglass, of Ala- Duval High School, spent the week- former many party was motored over to the Mrs. Mott was assisted by her two-;
Hampton boy, are pleasedto
be back ia one month to.help them chua, spent Sunday here with rela- end here with his parents here. University by the experienced chauf- I single daughters, Misses Mary and
know that he holds J
now responsible
Jr .t anxiousfor a feur Hall the official
in town Huckog and
organize. The pupils are very tives. Mr. Joe H. Dowling was with the Loubeda Mott. It is perhaps tnonthat
Baptist Sunday
them to come again. Mr. Clyde Ward was visitor to Saturday on business.Mr. "Fliver Puncher" Hal :Maines.
a School Board Nashville Tenn. Mr. Mott has been a cripple for .
: Our flag arrived last Wednesday. Starke last Saturday afternoon.Mr. J. E. J. Wainwright, of'Water- Ruie Johns, of Brooker, with his These boys will assist General Per- I several years, he having been a great"
32x48 inches, mounted on a Mrs.P. oak, was business visitor here Sat- shing later.
It is silk, and Mrs. L. F. Surrency, a bride sufferer from rheumatism. However
I nice varnished pole. Both teacher and M. Barefoot H. C. Surrency and H. urdav. formerly Miss Newsome, spent The last issue of the Telegraph was
several days here during the week, the he was able tp niingle with the crowd,
\, pupils are justlyproud of it. P. Gainey motored over to LaCrosselast Mr. Lacy Moore spent Friday in guests .of friends. an exceptionally fine one. The mer- and seemed to 'enjoy everything_
Honor RolL morning. Jacksonville friends. chants and a great many of the sub- .
Sunday visiting much as any one, and was the recip.;:'
Primer-Katie Wilkinson and Leonard Messrs. Clyde Ward and Harley Mr. W. I. Roberts made a trip to scribers were highly pleased and a ient of nice presents and others
: Strickland. Hazen and Misses Eunice Robinsonand Starke Friday to purchase a new.Fota.. The ladies of the Hampton Christian great many compliments have been expressions many love and esteem from

First Grade-Preston Johns, Alonzo Edyth Williams attended serviced Mr. Joe Jackson, of New River, wasa church will have a bazaar at the Ma- made on its appearance. A large partof his vel ldren and grand childrrt
: Haymans and George Moseley. Sunday night. business visitor Saturday. sonic Hall, Hampton, Saturday, Nov. the credit is due Mr. J. N. Thornton, and many other&The ,sons and daughter."
Second Grade-Gracie Padgett and Mr. B. T. Hazen was a business,visitor Miss Helen Nauright is home from 24th. The co-operation of everyone is the newspaper specialist, who had the and grandoildren of Mr. and Mi
Maude Padgett. to Jacksonville last week. Lake City, where she has been at- cordially invited. 9282t. issue in charge. The Fair edition was Mott arelifollows;' .: ,

Third Grade-Effie Starling, Maude Mr. G.. W. Seville' and R. T. Osteen tending Columbia College. She will S something grand. B. Wdfctt'and family, Alachaa, 'J
; Wilkinson, Eliza Strickland and Irene and families spent Sunday afternoonin probably remain here until after the LAKE BUTLER. Mr. H. L. Fowler has bought the !I S. W.: t and family, Brooker. t:>
... Graham. holidays. brick store next door to him, owned by
Wilkinson: Mr. anlflfrs. W. A. Sutton and family --
Fourth Grade-Clara Prescott and Prof. A. B. Shaw has purchased a Hon. Jno. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, Mr. Wm. Whit head. He expects to Gainesville.Mr. .
Leo Wilkinson. Ford car. Prof. Shaw is principal of was in town Saturday.Mr. Last week :Mr. B. J. Sapp, of New fill the building; with furniture. and Mrs. L. A. Prevatt, Valdosta -.';
Fifth Grade-Ben Wilkinson. the Little Springs school again and I. D. Stone and Mr. E. D. Dowl- River, met with a very painful acci- The L. A. ,Duncan Company have Ga. &
; ,4I t ;.. Rev. Willie Taylor preached at Long he expects to begin his work there on ing of Baker county, were attendingto dent. He was harvesting his hay at '.purchased the;large warehouse back of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, Brooker.''
:. Branch school house Saturday night, next Monday. business in Raiford Saturday.Mr. the time of the accident and was on their store arid; have just placed two Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kelly, and fam- *
and conducted the funeral services at Prof. A. J. Griffis spent last weekend B. D. Andrews and family motored top of one of the loaded wagons, when carloads of fine furniture in it. ily, Brooker. .

the grave of Mrs. Sallie Parrish at with his family. Prof Griffis expects to Jacksonville Saturday to visit the mules hitched to the wagon gavea The Stivewalt family, acrobats, at Mrs. James Hague and daughter,-X
Long Branch Sunday morning. to move his family here in the Mrs. Andrews' father and mother, lunge forward, throwing Mr. Sapp the Fair, are exceedingly fine. Thereare Hague. '

& Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hudson, Mrs. near future. v Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Whitehead.Mr. to the ground. He struck on his shoulder five actors-little Felix, only five Mrs. Zilpha Dees, of Dowling Park;:
Henry Taylor, Mrs. Fred Lang and i Uncle, Dan Hazen is sick with fever and Mrs. C. B. Cason and the breaking his collar bone and two years old, being the youngest clownon sister of MrS. Mott, was present/AI.-
Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson spent the day'at again. He is very ill at this writing.Mr. children spent the week-end with Mr. I ribs. Dr. J. E. Maines was called in record, a very amusing little fellow. honored guest of this occasion was L?,'_
Lawtey Sunday. Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe, wasa Cason's father. and set the broken bones and Mr. Sapp Those who fail to see these acrobats L. Sutton, of Norfolk, Va., U. S. N.-J"
Mrs. Ellie Anderson and brother, visitor here Sunday afternoon., Mr. A. C. Crews, of Graham, was is now resting easy. will miss a rare treat. a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mott ,
Martin Tanner, of Jacksonville, were Miss Inez Abernathy spent Satur- visiting relatives here Sunday.Mr. Mrs. C. J. Knight has been critically There is some extra fine cane at our Other guests were P. A. Crosby and J
called to the bedside of their sister, day in Alachua. Lewis Reynolds, and family ill, but at this writing she is a little Fair, raised by Mr. W. S. Brannen and wife, of Brooker, and Mrs. Margaitt'"
Mrs. Billie Starling, Sunday. Several of the young folks attended spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.I. better Mrs. Knight is a very estima- Mr. John Blair. It measures from bottom Lewis. 'S .:.
t church at Dedan Friday night. D. Stone, of Baker county.Mr. ble lady and her host of friends wish to end of blade 14 feet good meas!I MRS. ALLIE SHRIVER.

;: WOODLAWN PARK. Dr. and Mrs. W. E., Maines, of Lake Jno. Dowling, of Lake City, her a speedy recovery.Mr. ure. Others have fine cane but not I --- -.- ",,-
Butler, were 'in our town last Friday spent Sunday with his family here. Lee Odom, an old Butlerite, and quite as long. if.The
1 i afternoon. I Mr. W. A. Bailey spent Sunday with in time past one of our prominent mer- S Av ra0. Way. '';-f

i I Mrs. W. N. Cox returned to her Mrs. H. C. Richard, of. Starke, was his family at Lake Butler. chants, came to attend the Fair. His HEILBRONN.Mrs. One trouble with the country Is thi.
home at Little River last Thursday, here on business Saturday. Mr. Jno. Crews, of Lake Butler, many friends were glad to shake way so many of our young men r.
J. after spending several days here, the Mr. Buddington, of Middleburg, was spent Sunday visiting relatives in Rai- hands with him again.- His home is that there's no chance to get to t1aI -
I guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. here Monday looking after business in- ford.Mr. now in St. Petersburg and the salt air Maud Wainwright, of this top in this era of combination consoJ.j.Idatlon ;
I ; D. L. Phillips. terests. W. H. Andrews went to Jack- of that town has put him in the best of place, is spending a few days in Starke and big business, and so cooy
Mr. R. H. Green is visiting his : Dr. Barefoot, of Worthington, was sonville Sunday returning with his health. S Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish are the tentedly settle down to do as utttt I',;
( tf t brother, Mr. Bradley Green, in Jacksonville here on professional business Wednes- brother. B. D. Andrews. Mr. Paul Nicholsonof Jacksonville, proud parents of a fine girl. work as possible.-OWo State JournaJ0 -'ot

this week. day.Some Messrs. Wilson and Willie Bryan, of is spending a few weeks in Lake But- ;;:,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Browning and of our citizens are attendingthe Baker county, were Sunday visitors in ler. He is canvassing for a very fine : : .
l daughter, Miss Gertie, were visitors Fair at Lake Butler this week. Raiford. instructive book called the "Coming 0- ,

f to Raiford last Saturday.Mr. Miss Ruby Parker, of LaCrosse, who Services were held at the Holiness King." He is meeting with a ready 8 THE BEST GR CEmESo It; 't O
W..F. Godwin, of Lawtey was has been very ill for the past five church Sunday, the Rev. Thomas pre sale and those who have read the book

< a visitor here last Wednesday. .weeks with typhoid fever, was movedto siding.Mr. recommend it highly. ; I
-J, Mr. E. Griffis, of Lawtey was a business her aunt, Mrs. R. T. Osteen, of this W. T. Andrew, of near Lake Mr. G. M. Richard is erecting a saw the PURE FOOD ,,
visitor here last Friday. place, last Monday. Her physician Butler, was a business visitor Mon mill on the land east of Mr. Virgil Ed-

.- Messrs. J. S. Norman and E. S. advised the move as he thought the day.Mr. wards, known as the Schell land. It I have also a line of HARDWARE I recom-' g&
7. Johns were business visitors, to Rail change would be beneficial to her, and Lewis Reynolds was a visitorto will be quite a help to the Lake But- can &
ford Saturday. at this writing is doing well as couldbe Jacksonville Monday. ler people tr her a sawmill close by. jj mend and sell at REASONABLE prices t
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Billiard and expected.W. Mrs. H. W. Raiford returned last Little boy and girl twins were join
.: children, of the Vanderbilt section, visited S. Nab6 visited his family here Wednesday from an extended visit to to Mr. :.nd Mrs. H 0. Brown, #ho p I want to get aquainted with all the people I do i

.t; here last Thursday. Tuesday. her brother, Mr. G. H. Perry, and fam- live near Lake Butler last week. not know. .1 want old friends and new customers -
Mr. Carl Prevatt, of Lawtey, was a I ily, bringing with her her sister, Miss j Ml s. W. H. Dowling, who has been
;% visitor here Sunday. I RAIFORD. Lucy Perry.- We all miss Mrs. Raiford quit.e sick, is convalescing.Mr. to get aquainted with my goods. -

,'. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish and when she is away. P. A. Barker has just added to
,\ family, of Lawtey, visited Mrs. Red- Mr. John Coleman, of Baker county, his market a large elegant refrigerator. 0'tONE THING SURE Org
1t dish's sister, Mrs. J. N. Norman, here Messrs. John Denmark and G. C. was a business visitor here Monday. It is quite an ornament to the

'f_ Sunday. Sapp motored to Jacksonville the latter Miss Thelma Schell, of Lake Butler store. You will get the BEST at my place and a SQUARE _
:' Mr. A. Green and son, Dewey, at- part of last week on business.Mr. ;has taken charge of the music department i Col. J. C. Adkins and family, of
tended church at Sanderson last Sat !I R. B. Roberts, of Worthington, of the Raiford school and Gainesville, were the guests of Mr. H DEALoneveryarticle. .
urday and Sunday. motored over to Raiford Wednesday to will hereafter conduct a regular class. and Mrs. H. S. Adkins last week.
: Mr. Frank Brown, of 'Macelenny, bring his little son and daughter, Wes- Miss Schell is a graduate of Columbia Mrs. Lunna Burgess, of Blitchton,
.: : was visiting friend* here v Saturday. and ley and Ruth, who are visiting their College, of Lake City, and is one of is visiting his daughter, Mrs. G. M. Ii J. M. C2 NERo Lake ButlerFla 1!f; .

: 't Sunday-- -' -- *. gl .. aunt and uncle, Mr. and-Mrs... W. H. the most accomplished musicians in Richard. 30. 0. = .- O=O.- =

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