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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; .Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.



VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917. NUMBER 18. '

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OFFICERS ETROUBLE 'DISTRICT BOARDCERTIFIES U.S.TROOPSARE BRADFORD MADE BALTIORETHE i TREGRAPH'S .i.




WITH THREENFORSERVICE NOW FACING THEHUNSINFRANCE I GOOD SHOWING SCENE OF DBASTRteDOCKFIRE- HONOR ROLL *





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JAKE STARLING SHOT IN LOCAL BOARD DISALLOWS PERSHING'S ARMY IS NOWIN SUBSCRIBED FOR $20,100, TWO HUGE DOCKS AND A TWO HUNDRED AND FOUR

LEG BY DEPUTY BAISDENTRIED MORE EXEMPTION CLAIMS THE FRENCH TRENCHES STARKE'S SHARE $17,000 BRITISH STEAMER BORNEO PAY THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONA :


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TO ESCAPE AT STATION FIFTEEN MEN FAILED TO APPEAR FINAL TRAINING OF AMERICAN EASTERN DIVISION OF FLORIDA SUSPECT FIRE TO HAVE BEEN i HOME IN BRADFORD WHERE

WHEN ON WAY TO JACKSONVILLE LAST EXAMINATIONS, TROOPS TAKING PLACE UNDER i TAKES CARE OF $5,300,000 OF INCENDIARY ORIGIN-SEVERAL TELEGRAPH NOT READ WILL

1, MONDAY MORNING. But 7 Are Already With Army TEUTON FIRE. OF LIBERTY BONDS. LIVES ARE LOST. SOON BE THE EXCEPTION.

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Jake Starling is not, strictly speak- During the week the District Board WASHINGTON, Oct. 28.-The nation Bradford county made a creditable BALTIMORE, Oct. 31.-A disas- The Telegraph's
subscription list
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:* ; ing, an exemplary young man. On Oc- has certified to the Local Selection was thrilled yesterday by word showing in the Second Liberty Bond trous blaze, which wrecked two of the growing so rapidly that the home in -a .

tober 21st he was arrested, with two Board the names of three more Brad- that American troops at last were faceto sale, though the investment in bonds finest of the Baltimore and Ohio ter- Bradford county that it does not visit .t
others the charge of larceny, hav- ford I here would have been much larger hadit minal piers at Locust Point, toa
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.: on county men for service the National face with the Germans across "no spread weekly will soon be the exception. .
ing been one of the parties who stole Army. They are as follows: man's land." Announcement by Gen- come at a time when our citizens British steamship, which had just During the month of October :04
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of from E. Strick- were not so much engrossed in their docked and caused it persons
190 pounds cotton 379-Luther Bailey, Lake Butler. eral Pershing that several battalionsof I to burn and sink made payments to our subscription
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land, of Graham, on that day. While 397-Talmage Ford, Hampton. own personal affairs. with the probable loss of four of its II department. Remittances .
his in the front line are ac.
. his partners in the stealing were allowed 250-Alex Preston Harnage, Lulu. of trenches infantry were American The total of the bonds taken by crew, broke out here last night and icnowledgcd: from them as follows: .

bail for their apperance at the Certified to District Board. supported had by into Bradford county citizens was $20,100. was not under control at 2 o'clock this I D. G. Kelly. n. j. Y0ti",,.. "

4 fall term of the circuit court, Starlingwas batteries, which already gone I Of this amount U 7.000' was taken' in morning. Ten stevedores- -_ __ who"on had Arthur Starling. R. ii. Futch. '!

was kept in jail, for a greater crime Exemption claims of the following action against the enemy, fanned anew ,Starke.. The-l larger sale here was due been at work on the ship are not accounted C. S. Clyatt (r. S Thomas. .

than- larceny hang over his head. He named_men_ have been 0 denied, by the flame of patriotism throughout almost entirely to the efforts of the for and are thought to have J. D. Baxter. E. M. Coleman. '

had been a national guardsman, and Local Board and they have been. certified -i the country. I local soliciting committee composed of gone down. M. L. Prevatt.'y', H. Griffin ..

I had deserted, in time of war, his regiment to the District Board: I The absolute silence with which Secretary i Mr. Fred F. Stump, chairman, Mrs. L. Vice President J. W. Davis, of the S. V.; Andrews. Jacob! BunJi!. v? .

-.. at Camp Wheeler, Macon. Ga. 566-Barnus Eugene Newsom, Starke I Baker and the war department A. Davis, Mr. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. A. II.I Baltimore and Ohio railroad, said it M. Varnesj. \V. A. Brown. J

r The sheriff had orders to look out fort 581-Ray Newsom, Starke. officials greeted the news, however, Freeman and Mr. E. M. Johns. In the was the belief of the railroad officials Jeff DavisvH R M. Kin?. 5. .

him and the long arm of the law had 1227-Sidney Elester Triest, Theressa. showed that the movement into the I i final drive of the campaign this committee that the blaze was of incendiary origin W.; E.A. Williams. W. M. Brown; i .

;, put him in the toils. trenches, which had been executed at worked tirelessly and their efforts as credible witnesses stated that J. E. Douglass.Dubose. L. V. Mann.
985-Elisha W. Wilkinson, Sapp. night, was the final phase of the men's II they flames S. A. Strickland.
, Sheriff Epperson had instructions were rewarded by success. saw leap from piers eight F. Dyal. J. O. Luke. 1
416-Clifford Clifton Nich-
to deliver him to any United States ols Ga.666Arthur. Taylor, training-a military finishing school Bradford county was in the"Eastern and nine at five points almost simul Lorenzo.Green. E. E. Stacy:
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conducted fire of blood
under school
it decided take a Florida district and Mr. W. taneously.The H. S. Wilkerson. II.
army post, and was to Boman Williams Starke Fred Hoyt, J. Thomas. f
and iron. German shells are break- I total loss will be over $4,000- H. H. Hall. C. A.
him to Jacksonville Monday morning, of Jacksonville, was chairman of the Youngblood.
63 Julius I
Hogan, Lawtey. ing about the Americans and, although 000. The steamer, which docked Thoy Dyal. W. F. Godwin.
and if he could not be delivered to the I district. On Sunday he sent the following yes-
Isaac Blake Carlton, of Starke, ser- they have not taken over the trench terday afternoon had on board eighty T. B. Shirley. W. H..II. Whisler.
U. S. authorities there, then to con- telegram ,to E. S. Matthews, iJ
ial number 617, filed no claim for exemption sector rifles machine bombs i J. P.
anti-submarine J. E-
shells
tinue the journey to any place desig- guns | chairman for Bradford county: from a British 5ryanV Stafford, Jr. .
and has been certified for ser- and bayonets in American hands will port. These exploded with loud reports J. D. Carmichael. G. D. Faircloth, Jr. .
l nated. Sheriff Epperson and Deputy
vice. "The Eastern Division of Florida L. M. Smith. '
greet any enemy attack. I when the ship took fire and W. S. Futch. "
W. W. Baisden put the prisoner in theformer's subscribes for five million four hun- it was not P
i Exempted by Local BoardThe Casualties the American long after the ship had been towed John Forsyth. E. B. Murrhee. "
automobile to meet the 4:50 among
I dred thousand of bonds. I cordially J. P. Williams. Solon '
a a. m. train, Starling sitting in front Local Board has finished the forces are to ,be, expected. Reports I thank you and committeemen for into midstream that she sank. F. W..Kerce. Mrs. W.Carroll.G. Seals. :
work of passing claims filed at the from the front already show intermit- your Chief of Police Leigh, of he Balti-
with the sheriff and Mr. Baisden be- on the splendid work done in this wonderful J. L. Green. R. W. Pinholster. .
hind him. They were rather late and last examinations. Two additional tent artillery firing ana awellaimedshell 1 campaign." more and Ohio began an investigation F. L. Colson. D. W. Hancock.

traveled at a good clip. When they Maims were allowed. They are: may claim American victims at immediately of the report of the pier T. H. Rimes. J. F. Drew.

turned into Ninth street at F. T. Nor- 864-Sanford A. Johnson, Plant City. any moment. There is nothing to indi- I watchman that he saw five or six men H. H. Lewis. W. I. Deaver.H. "

man's store, Starling showed signs of 33-Paul LeRoy Dinkins, ,Jackson- cate, however, that,an offensive opera- j MAPS WILL ARRIVE SOON. jump from pier nine just as the flames M. Dees. T. C. Clemons. 1k

wanting to try to escape, but seeing ville. I tion by the Americans and their i broke out.Several. Kit Williams. Mrs. J. D. Jones.

Mr. Baisden ready to grab him, he be- Fifteen Absentees. I French comrades is to be expected, ; Persons who have ordered charts months ago a quantity of Dr. J. C. Wills. Brady Johns. :

I t came still. But just as the sheriff, At the last examinations fifteen of outside of possible trench raiding.' The through the Telegraph are asked to be dynamite was found in a loaded graincar Rev. W. G. Law. Balious Kite.
L. U. Motgan. T. B. Triest.
, who drove the,car, was about to stop the men ordered to report failed to appear sector where the front line training patient a little while longer. We have in one of the elevators of the rail- G. W. Petty. D. L. Kite.

near the depot, Starling quickly jumped Of this number seven are already school has been established is described -them ordered and they will be alongin road at Locust Point. The grain was I E. A. Stafford. Mrs. W. H. Taylor.- Y'

out and began to run. The officers in the army. The others have as one of the quietest on the front a short time. Immediately upon receipt for one of the Allies. The car was H. G. Crawford. G. M. Bevill. ;

called to him to stop, and Mr. Baisden I l been reported to the District Board as and if this condition continues it will the ywill be mailed out. traced to its loading point in the Cen- J. L. Shallar. Henry Whitehead. ,,::
tend to minimize losses. I tral West and found to have been load '
f ran after him, but the training Star absent without cause. Their names -------- E. M. Mott. A. A. McLeod. "
ling had received in the army made ( follow: .. The report from the front indicates'J HALLOWE'EN PRANKS. ed by Austrians. L. L. Sapp. G. C. Driggers. .
him such a good sprinter that he could 445-Erward Cornelius Merritt, that all American forces will be given'I' Pier 10 loaded with wheat for export W. R. Canova. S. R. Johns. :

easily have escaped if summary meas- Brooker. trench duty in reliefs as the final touch 1 was in danger of being burned R. A. Chancey. Britt Alvarez. .
ures had not been used. No of their preparation. The whole busi- Those who visited the,streets in the early today, and only a fire wall stood E. P. Lihue. J. I. Reddish. '
( cause.) business portion of Starke early between the fire and this pier and two E. W. Lane. Wash Roberson.
Mr. Baisden finding that his ness of relieving and supplying the .
man
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448-James Bryant DuPree, Dukes.In .
C. A. Boyd. R. L. Craig.
Thursday morning probably thought others. j l.
would not stop, leveled his trusty 38- front lines can be carried on under actual -
( army.) enlarged editions of I Mrs. A. Price. Dr. A. E. Russell.
flying squirrels
special at the legs if the fugitive, pull- 463-Lonnie J. Moseley, New River.In war condition under fire. It appears must have played their pranks there COURSE i J. A. Tyler. R. H. Green.

ed the trigger, and being an excellent ( army.) to be a military final rehearsal the before. The streets I W. E. Bush. L. R. Green. t
marksman with the pistol, his bullet I 464-Will Jones, Lake Butler.No for the grim days of conflict to come night with were A. C. Crawford. J. H. Gatlin. '

struck the left leg of Starling about ( cause.) and such fighting as may occur prob- barricaded boxes, wagons, signs, A lecture course for Starke will James Hornsby. L. A. Brown.A. .

midway between the knee and the an- 466-Edward Lowell Schunck, Law. ably will serve only to give the men waste baskets, and, in fact, anything probably be one of the events for the L. Sullivan. G. L. Hodges.

kle. Starling fell as if he had been tey. zest for the greater adventure ahead. movable, including wire fencing. A winter, the lectures to be on various Mrs. J. F. Siegel. Iii B. Dyal.

shot in the heart, and when the dep- (In army.) ,-. mental picture of the scene revealsour interesting topics, and so lowin price I. S. Fowler. C. Scarborough
he remonstrated with him worthy night marshal hasteningto that they be attended all. IF. S. Fowler. :Mrs. W. H. Strut
I
uty came up 500-William Anderson, Brooker.No 00 0) 00006 000 0 may by They I
where noise "
for shooting him. But the officer was any point from a pro- will be held under the auspices of the F. E. Chase. J. B. Shaw.
( cause.) \>
ceeded to collide against overturned I I R. U. Parmenter. G. W. .
only an Lewis.
fully within his rights in winging his 516-George Potts, La 'tey. ,* NEW POSTAL REGULATIONS. Starke Young Men's Glee Club. Fur- s
) wagon or be tripped up by I G. B. Colson. Mrs. T. F. Mansell. ;
man. (No cause.) S* wire entanglements. ther particulars will appear in our :I| H. F. Parmenter. A. J. Underhill. I

Starling's wound did not allow him 527-Norman Shealey, Worthington. f See That Your Letters Have Sufficient $ i: The celebrants of Hallowe'en had 1 next I issue. I. W. Andreu. Mrs. J. J. Cone. "

to travel that day, and he was brought (In army.) 'S> Postage. 3 included the High School in their itin- I S W. A. Jones. W. J. Epperson. ,
; back to the where Dr. Tomlinson ,
jail, 537-Dave Reed, New River. 0i00000000 W. H. Edwards. T. B. Rosier.W. .
attended to the injury. He found that (No cause.) 0000Beginning erary. Seats and tables were over EDITH OWENS HELD FOR MURDER P. Byrd. W. A. Branning.
turned and the floors littered with OF ALONZO TYSON
the bullet had ranged upward and that 540-Wiley Michael Andreu, Brook November 2nd the WED. C. D. Gunn. M. D. Carter.
.' today, ,
the wound was not serious. The officers er. ".> boxes and papers, to the great horrorof E. J. King. A H. Williams.
r postage on all first class mail-that is, at least, the female portion of the L. E. Moseley. B. W. Dees. #
went to Jacksonville on the 9:18 (In army.) letters sealed matter-is raised The Owens Family Members in Many
or as
train what makeof faculty. But no windows were brokenor in H. Guy Alderman. Lawtey State Bank
to find Disposition to 543-David Holmes, Lake Butler. follows Tragedies Jackson County. ,
their file order waS : any real damage done. J. S. Griffis. Mrs. D. M. Gornto. '
prisoner, and
,f (No cause.) All letters to points within the Unit- J. 0. Fralick's front gate was car- A. J. Griffis. J. J. Starling.
to bring him to Savannah, Ga. Sher I I
iff left for that with 544: -Floyd Green, Starke. ed States or the American possessions, ried away, and at this writing it has JACKSONVILLE, Oct. .-Edith R. B. Jackson. Mrs. D. C. Kersey, ,yM
Epperson place
(In army. three cents per ounce or fraction thereof. not been found. Owens, the young woman who shot F. Fowler. Mrs. E. D. Sayles. .

Starling Tuesday morning. 567-Paul Bing, Lake Butler. If over one ounce, double postage.If Our marshal was on the scene early and mortally wounded Alonzo Tyson, T. H. Tyre. W. M. Bray. .-1

(No cause.) ( you have a 2-cent stamped envel- and was the only person in town who an auto mechanic-chaffeur Wednesday T. J. West. J. B. Parmenter. I
NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH. 571-Elbert Stokes, Dukes. attach 1-cent beside. at the Auto Service WestFors.th A. D. Andrews. B. M. Wilson. i
ope, a stamp ) took the case seriously. After helpingto Garage, on
J. M. Hersey. J. M. Conner. _
0.. (No cause.) Drop letters, for delivery by the local get the plows, disc harrows and other street, was held on a chargeof H. W. Raiford. "A. A. Durden. >
578-Richard James I
Hampton.No '
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J. S. Griner Nearly Run Over by Trainat postoffice or by rural routes start I I obstructions off the streets, he summoned murder by a coroner's jury. Lum II. C. Varnes. J. A. J. Pinholster. 4'

Call Street Crossing. ( cause.) ing therefrom, two cents per ounce or Mr. Mercer, the town scavenger Rosier, a fellow workman along with Jciley Norman. Mrs. W. L. Bugg. .,,

I .- fraction thereof. i I and he got together his squad of Tyson, was the main witness, he being W. M. Griffis., V. R. Prevatt.

."white and had the streets engaged in the regaining of car I
Last Friday afternoon J. S. Griner, BIG HAUL OF BOOZE. Postal cards, two cents each. (Be- wings" soon a W. R. Rosier. B. Johns.W.
clean a'gain."AMERICA. when the woman entered the garage. W. J. Reynolds. E. Yarborough.R. .
of Brooklyn, one of the best known a sides the stamp already on the card,
Although she made threats and such M. Alvarez. Jesse L. Dowling. .
in Bradford in Starke while A. C. L. also attach a one-cent stamp.) I S- .;
men county, was Tuesday a freight -accusing Tyson of being an unfaithful Chas. Niles. E. Parrish.
He had made some purchases in N. train passed through Lake Butler, the Picture post cards, or other cards WILL GIVE ITALY EVERY friend-the witness stated that no R. C. Cone. M. L. McKinney. .

B. Hull's store and got into his buggy conductor notified the marshal that not already supplied with a govern- j HELP IN PRESENT CRISIS one had any idea the Owens woman G. W. Lee. Wm. L. Murrhee. :. .

homeward bound. Mr. Griner cannot some negroes were stealing a ride in ment stamp, are also two cents each. would use violent means to display her R. B. Sullivan. Harvey White.
hear well and was not aware of the an empty coal car. The marshal sur- I J. V. Jones. Oliver Jones.
As be done three cent | :All
soon as can WASHINGTON, Oct. 31.- ex- anger. There were several other wit .
approach of the northbound afternoon prised several darkies huddled together I I. L. Ogden. H. S. Warren.
stamps, three-cent stamped envelopesand restrictions will be waived the nesses called during the hearing.On -
port by C. E. Murrhee. J. J. Morgan.
the did in the but all made their
and engineer
express, although car, escape -
two-cent stamped postal cards will the day of the shooting affair, .
: American government in forwarding L. R. Green. Graves & Blanchet. .
what he horse _
could him the and arrested.
to warn save two, they were
be supplied the public, but until then supplies to Italy to aid in meeting the the Owens woman is said to have been J. H. Gillespie. J. H. Kelly. I
the track before Mr. three suit which
was already on They had cases, were ,
the one-cent and two-cent stamps must Austro-German invasion. The Italian free in her statements, it being alleged Joe Peele. Steve Lewis.
Orincr became aware of the train.'lIe found to contain 25 quarts of whis- be used to make the If she Tillis. '
postage right. government, it was made known today declared that her grandfather and Berry Rosier. H. F.
then quickly turned the horse to the key. Sheriff Epperson was notified you send letters without sufficient pos. will be permitted to take the kind of father had killed people; that her Wm. Perry. T. L. Godwin. w:.
Mt, but there was not room for a free I and brought the prisoners to Starke H. R. Crawford. Jeff Surtain. 4
tage they will be returned to you. 'materials it needs most to the limit mother and sister had both committed
turn, and the buggy came against the Wednesday.The J. F. Dyess. Mrs. J. 0. Fralick. f
suicide and that it her intentionto
This of was
extra postage is a war tax that of its tonnage capacity regardless
post standing by Mason's corner, in negroes, James Dorden and A. H. J. Sweat. W. E. Thornton.
"ch a' way that the post was against B. Williams, hailed from Newberry! we should cheerfully pay, the more so prospective shortages here. do so had she, been sure Tyson was J. J. Rigdon. T. E. Lewis.
dead that there
fi- front axle, between the wheel and Heing brought before Judge Gardiner because postage has hitherto been too Approximately 100,000 tons of ship- and were more car. F. R. Robinson. J. F. Rosier. 1
the shafts. they claimed that the whiskey belong- low. Observe the rules given above ping has been promised Italy by the tridges in the revolver. She stated at ; N. C. Mott. W. E. ForsyCh. .
and avoid trouble. Board. her cell soon after the shooting, it is .
The succeeded in be- Shipping John P. Sapp. G. W. Wainwright.!
engineer had now 'd to the men who escaped, but it
stated, that she knew Tyson would die. J. Dix. R. D. Griffis.
Q.
1 stopping the train, but seeing that 'ng elicited that they were accomplices Lewis
Sheriff Hayes recalled yester- L. S. Dekle. J. M. Futch.
there was a foot of clearance betweenthe 'ach was fined $50 and costs. Friends in of the that W. F.
day speaking tragedy, G. C. Driggers. Harnage. M
hind wheel of the'buggy and the f the men promptly paid the fines. Murrhee. .
the y ung woman was telling the truth Miss Frances .
FOUR YEARS FOR FIVE DOLLARS.The s "
engine, and that the horse would not -S 1.
I in regard to several tragedies in her Mrs. M. P. Matheny. II

le frightened, he again went ahead TO TIMES-UNION SUBSCRIBERS. Telegraph can use $1,000 advantageously just at immediate family. One W. H. Haskins 1 .;
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the train had -
slowly. As soon as
very
-.. this time and to raise this amount quickly we are going to grandfather of the woman, is servinga :
the ,
passes Mr. Griner backed clear. of with FOR BOYS IN THE TRE
life the murder of
Through a joint arrangement sentence for one
offer 200 four-year subscriptions at $5 each. The offer dates
and A number
i post went on his way. he Times-Union the Telegraph will Robert Norton at Cypress in Jackson
,* of excited men had' come to the scene, Hereafter handle the subscriptions in from today and will be withdrawn on November 30th, unless county. Thomas Owens, her father, CHES.'J

jt rnd Mr. Griner was the only calm one i i his county 'and parts of Alachua for the subscriptions are sooner taken. In other words we do is serving a life sentence also, states Forty-four pounds of

on the 'spot. not want more than 200 of these subscriptions and just as Christmas candy left the
hat paper;with the exception of Lake Sheriff Lewis, for the murder of Dep- ..
The engineer deserves thanks for lutler, where the Times-Union has a soon as they are sold the offer will be withdrawn. If theyare uty Sheriff Weston at Grand Ridge office this week addressed to "Ameri .

the care he used. The Call street esident agent. Mr. J. N. Thorntors not all sold by November 30th the offer will be with some years ago, while Sheriff Lewis I can Expeditionary Forces in France, J ';-
crossing is very dangerous and Mr. both the Telegraph and sheriff of Jackson The I c'o General Pershing. The postage
representing drawn anyway for the reason that it is made for quick ac was county. -t
Grhier is to be congratulated for com- amounted to $5.28. .
he Times-Union and will call on the young woman's mother, Sheriff Lewis '
-icg ant alive from this dilemma.The ceptance.The. This Christmas gift for our soldiers &
ubseribers of both from time remembers suicide, she said. .
was
as
papers a
offer is only for 4-year subscriptions to one address abroad was prepared by several of the
-S o time. We will appreciate it if sub. Although the Owens woman has beenan
and not be divided between two or more Starke ladies and school girls and will .'
may persons.If
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Telegraph will send the paper eribers to the Times-Union will han- extremely talkative prisoner, she I
free to every man en the service of 1e their renewals through us. you want to make a saving on your subscription and has not indicated what sort of a de- be followed by many personal reminders I ;

the United States. It is only necessary This arrangement has no reference at the same time do the Telegraph a service that will be. ap- fense she will offer for the killing of of those in the home land. -

to give us the correct address ,1 the subscriptions that are handler preciated, let the checks come. Tyson. It is not known who will be (f

and when a change is made to give the i any of the towns by delivery boys her attorney nor any other details Tell it to the Telegraph and tell eVe ':.;l

f new address. We handle only the mail subscriptions along this line. ft' I erybody. Advertise!

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917. '
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;{ p'' ? A0000000000000000 < J TEUTONS CAPTURE 100,000 TROOPSOF RETAILDEALERS :+ + + + tt

. 0 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. 0 '* LETTERS FROM THE BRADFORD <> + PRICE OF WHEAT REDUCED :,

0 '> BOYS IN CAMP. <3> FLOUR : ,
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: r" 00000000000000000 :) ) X00000000 04pCamp Jp0' ITALIAN ARMIES ON THE ISONZOCowardice I WILL BE FORCED ++ Governor of -Kansas TIlE Demands SA11E A t.i'_ '

'f Wheeler, Macon, Ga. + Square Deal For the *
t t' Oct. 24, 1917. I + ConSumer, J|
". ti"; back of the second army, assertingthat TO LOWER PRICESNEW .
Editor Telegraph: of Italian Troops I cowardice similar to that shown + TOPEKA, Oct. 2S.-.Decl
i Will write -you a few lines to let + that $30,000,000 out Jf 13
the Russians in Galicia exhib- was taken
Prove Costly-Important Positions by was .
t you know how we Bradford county + the pockets of the
I Kansas 7 "
ited in the face of the foe, the Italians farm
\ boys are getting along in Camp Retaken by Huns. surrendering or retreating without I RULING WENT INTO + ers in twenty-four hours when t
Wheeler. We came here October 19th, + the
government fixed the
HOOVER'S COIN TO GET YOU. having left Camp Jackson Thursday giving of the battle left wing, permitting and thereby the breaking offering I EFFECT TUHRSDAY, NOV. 1 + the 1917 wheat crop, Governor price of 4-':

afternoon at four o'clock. It sure wasa TEUTON ARMIES THREATENING + Capper in a letter to Food
to the of Cividale. Administrator
easy access town *,
long, tiresome trip, and after all +
(By Mabel I. Clapp.) I that they made us walk about two AN INVASION OF ITALY' Prior to falling back, however, the SUPPLIES WILL BE CUT OFF + today, asserts Hoover that "the made public t, ,.:I-

The darned old Hoover pledge has Italians destroyed all their depots and sacrifice'+:
miles to the mustering office and carry FROM DEALERS WHO HOLD + apparently has been
1 to house to stay stores and Cividale was on fire when I made w <. Jj
come our ;
our baggage. Then we were musteredout PORTION OF ARMY FLEES WITHOUT PRESENT PRICES UP. + vain" because "the millers
:
the.tI
down the Austro-Germans entered it.
To frown our breakfast bacon ,
and sent to different companies. + bakers and the
retailers
. take steak OFFERING BATTLE TO Possibly the Italians in this region have not t l
and our away; Othoe Mizell is in Co. I, 124 inf, and + reduced their prices

., It cans our morning waffles, and our we left Everett Clemons, 0. J. Anders, COMBINED GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN who are declared by Rome to be retreating WASHINGTON, Oct. 30-Profiteering + and they show no accordingly 4'
disposition
too, it seems, to prepared positions on the to ,..'jJ
sausage Percy Johns and Walter Whitten in ARIIES-LARGE NUMBER by retail dealers in foodstuffs will + reduce them." S '.
, And dilates on the succulence of corn Columbia, S. C. Of course they plains, will turn about and meet the be made impossible after November 1, + "The farmer," the letter :
'. and spuds and beans. OF GUNS LOST. enemy in open country fighting. con. 4 g
brought me to Camp Wheeler also and the food administration anounced last + tinues, "who still is .1
Jt \ So skimp the sugar in your cake and put me in Co. F, 124 infantry and Great Britain and France are reported night under a plan to cut off supplies + much for his flour and paving u 4
_" !t leave the butter out, to be taking steps to give the everything} f,
since then I have been transferred to LONDON, Oct. 29.-The Austro- to those not satisfied with reasonable: + he buys, is losing confidence
I Or Hoover's goin'to get you if youDon't the Field Hos- shattered Italian army prompt and Manufacturers wholesalers ia 4'*
medical department of margins. + the of the
German armies under the command of power
government
full What form this aid will to *J
.( pital No. 122, as a permanent assistantfor i Emperor Charles, who has as his chief I take support.has been disclosed. The and other handlers of foods, whose + enforce a square d*al." *.3
" Watch my brother, who is a first lieutenant assistant the brilliant Field Marshalvon not business will be under license, will not 1 + .
p r Out! in the Dental Reserve Corps.I I French cabinet met last night to decide be permitted to sell to distributorswho + + + '}-
Mackensen, are shaking the entire the of + + + + + + + + + + + + + _
have sure been drilling since I !'I upon manner co-operation seek undue profits. "This," the
talian line from the Julian .
:
$ Alps -
.i J the old of the Italian front.
Oh now are good days on
gone said
l came to camp the 5th of September.We announcement "is one of the most
the Adriatic Sea.
to back
hot cakes thickly spread; Pressing I|! While the whole Isonzo line is in Y. M. C. A. WAR WORK
have a half holiday on Wednes- the Italians several Ital- :i sweeping safeguards against high pri- r
at points on
1 And meatless, wheatless, hopeless days ; grave danger, there is also a serious
, c days and Saturdays and all day Sun- ] ces which will be incorporated in the -
ian soil the combined forces
.\ are reigning in their stead; day. I am gaining in strength and have pushed, forward enemy the Italian 'i threat in'the Teuton drive to the Italian -!:'licensing system, for which completerule JACKSONVILLE Nov I.-The '
on i iI
And gone the days of fat rib roasts weight and feel better than I ever did left wing and captured Cividale I I line in the Carnic Alps, and even ] sand regulations will be made $0.3,000,000; to be rail'1by\ the Y. M ::
lyingto
and two-inch T-bone steaks, in the Dolomites, north of Belluno. Apparently -
in my life. While in Camp Jacksonwe the northeast of Udine known within a few days. C. A. for war work from N'ovembeH
and are
t And doughnuts plump and golden had barracks to stay in, but sincewe Hearing the plains beyond. In addi- I Field Marshal von Mackensen This plan, food administration officials 11 to 19th, inclusive; will be divided

brown: the kind that mother came here we are using tents. tion the Austrian town of Gorizia is endeavoring to drive a wedge believe will give the government for disbursement as follow*: ;
a ,
I' makes. Well, I must stop and go to bed. of value the between the armies on the Carso front entire control lGf retail prices. Wholesalers U. S. forces at home ---_. $11.120,000 '<
And when it comes to pie and cake, point great strategic on and those in the mountains northwest U. S. forces _. .
:1 Yours truly, Isonzo and others who continue to sell overseas:: U,994OOO'1
river has been retaken from 1 II
: just learn to cut it out, SCHELL D. CARVER, the Italians.: lof, Udine. Some of the advanced Italian to retailers! after they are forbiddenj In Russian army Uh_ 3,305,000French '...-

Or Hoover's goo'to get you if youDon't I Field Hospital, No. 122. positions in the Carnie Alps probably j j do so will bo denied: the right to sell In army u_______ 2.649.0000[ *
lt W, According to the latest Berlin offi- have been abandoned already. If In
Italian ___
goods u:'der license. army 1,000,000 -
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1 Watch I cial communication, 100,000 Italians this should prove true the Tarliamen- In .. ;
I Authority for extending control to prison camps
----- 1,000,000 .
;; Out! Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. (". have \bean made prisoners and in ex- to river sterns to offer General Cad- >
the retniler is cited in the For expansion "'!
announce- j
; Oct. ------ -- 3,932,000. :
27, 1917. of 700 have fallen into Aus- I .
.1 cess guns orna his first defensive line, unless his I .>..-.
follows
ment ;
''t. So spread your buckwheats sparingly,, Editor Telegraph: tro-German hands. The second and armies stiffen greatly and hold the invaders !} 'The as small retailers: of food, of Total u____________ -- --;::;, ,)- .-
I have received two number of the
f.- and peel your taters thin:, third Italian armies arc declared to be within a few miles of their This budget will
thousand the
I whom .here several hundred
-
s. And tighten belt notch anddon't : Telegraph and your paper is much ap- in retreat. Rome admits the falling r resent positions. are carry
I up your a II preciated. I certainly enjoy gettingthe ( in the country, while exempt to July 1, 1918, according to 000,0001'
forget to grin. .
---- - from the licensing provisions are nevertheless culations of those in charge of
0 news from home almost as muchas ------ -- -- i igantic
whole soul I
And if sometimes
f- your subject to ether provisions of operations.
for shortcake high and if I were there myself, and what I FOOD CONSERVATION DOTS. WARNING.It .
f,,' yearns saw in last week's issue sure was in- the food control act. Every retailer, ----+ .

!i-1.t And biscuit wide, drenched with honey, and I teresti,::: At the time that 'II wrote If want -Germany----- to win this I'! as well as other handlers of food, is < A PIECE OF GOOD FORTUNE. .
you has come to the attention of the forli I Jen under the law to make any j
I chicken, butter fried, mother there ware eighteen thousandmen war, waste food the food need. '
-use up district commander that certain indivi- unreasonable charge, to hoard, to monopolize -
.i Remember then that Kn.iser: Bill is in camp, but at the present timeI ed by those who are fighting her. duals are willfully discouraging the ,I waste or destroy food or to': In these days of high prices it ii 0

short On sauerkraut, cannot say how many are here, as enlistment of colored men in the army !.I conspire with any one to restrict the refreshing to find one article of na-* '..

And Hoover's go in' to get him if we'll there have been a great many trans It is impossible that anything but of the United States by the circulation production, distribution or supply, or tion-wide demand that will not cost ,"
ferred from Jackson and I
All camp a benefit can come to the American fam- of false information and through personal j exact excessive prices on any necessi- more than it did last year, and yet will -3,

M 'I Help great many come in. Out of my com- i'. ily which signs the Food Administration influence. All those are warned I j ties." be more valuable than it has ever been!
there were sixty sent to Camp > '
pany
I Out! Pledge. that they will be proceeded against in I administrators all The Youth's Companion subscription : ,
.Wheeler, Macon, Ga., Thursday, the Federal toad in ;
the United States courts under Sec- price, $2.00, will not be increased
the plates will be directed to keep a
I 18th. ult., and till tonight we have
.t; SHARE YOUR PRESERVES WITH got in seventy-four up more to fill the Millions of women and children in tion three of the espionage act as soon t:, watch for violators and send to the The 52 issues of 1915! will be packed_'

r THE SOLDIERS. other boys' places. But they are not Europe-our Allies-can be saved as information against:: them can le food administration: the names of re- full of the best stories by the most.?
writers. The editorial
.' Florida boys; they, are from every from bitter hunger if you will eat one procured. All persons are urged to tail rs asking excessive prices. popular page,
The Red Cross wants to be able to where almost. We have a great deal slice less; of wheat bread each day. furnsh this office with any and all in- 'The food administration: ," the announcement the boys' page, girls' page, family

give soldiers in hospitals jellies ands of measles in the camp, but the 306 formation that they may be able to says, "does not intend to page and all the departments will*
which will aid in the conviction of such bring a vast amount of cheer good entertainment -
jams, and looks to the women of this disturb legitimate operations and
F. M. B. have had good luck. We i any : -.
make that If suf- If think it better to whip Germany and information for every
country to possible. haven't had them yet, and I hope that you persons. will initiate measures only against -
ficient supply can be gathered in time we will escape them. I have received in Europe, rather than fight her JOSEPH T. CLEMENT, I hardened and! persistent violators of reader in the family circle.

the Red Cross wants to provide jelly four letters since'my address was put here, help feed our Allies and keep Captain Inf. It. 0., Commanding Florida the law. It takes the position that the By :special: arrangement new subscribers _',

or jam for the Christmas dinner of in the Telegraph. them in the fight. Sign up as a member :j Recruiting District. I great majority of food sellers are pa- for The Companion can also '
I each American soldier in France. of the Food Administration. : have McCall's; Magazine the fashion
Yours j
truly, "- authority-for 1918, both publication -\
The and that
t fact that we are at war SERGT. OWEN J. ANDERS, IL\El'S3EU
GERMAN ) BUY for only $2.23.: : ;
have been made to
: already attempts 306 Trench Mortar Battery. America will deserve to lose this I ness principle and sell to the consumer .
soldiers BONDS.WASHINGTON This two-at-one price offer includes:
injure our through tampering at the lowest; possible prices. Such
wars if., through.. unwillingness. to practice I "
with Red Cross articles makes it necessary dealers will be in fact protected from I j 1. The Youth's Companion> is- ..
small economies it fails to
Macon, Ga., Oct. 2-1, 1911. save
in 1918.
that all preserves for Red Cross I I illegitimate competition." sues
use be prepared only by persons whose Editor Telegraph: the food necessary to keep our Alliesin Oct. 29.-Arrange- I i 2. All remaining 1917 issues of the.."'

devotion to the United States can be It gives me heartfelt pleasure to the fight until victory is won. '''ments were made today at a conference Companion free. .

vouched for and in kitchens under Red write to my friends, who will read this between President Wilson and A. FIRST FLORIDA REGIMENT AT i' 3. The Companion's Home Calendar

Cross Chapter supervision. Chapters through the pages of your valuable Germany is striving to fasten her Mitchell Palmer, custodian of enemy CAMP WHEELER DISBANDEDI for 1918.

paper. property in this country, to put in I | 4. Mi-Call's 12 fashion,
generally are adopting the rule of accepting system on Europe and the world Magazine-
no foodstuffs without full Most of us boys have moved to this through starvation. You can help complete operation provisions of the I numbers in 1918.
camp from Columbia, S. C. We are law for taking over the property of i I JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 30.-The
t knowledge of how and where they thwart Germany's ambition by enrolling All for only $:!.2J; .
were prepared. liking it better here for the reason we as an active member of the Food German citizens and citizens of coun- ;< First Florida regiment is no more. | ,
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION
are with the Florida boys. We meet Administration. Don't be partners of tries allied with Germany in the Unit- This regiment was organized by Col. ,
-
boys here every day that were old the Prussians.If ed States. Sam Harrison, Jr., following the outbreak Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mast ;

WHAT TilE KAISER KNOWS. friends at home.I !, Rect-ipt of property has already begun of the war. It has been disbanded '

i The government's-food pledge asks will say here that he are getting the first being a draft for $100- and the various units transferred to Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up Syste1l':':'<'
American fail to do their .
along well have not women other regiments.Try '
I very except we
little of the individual American.So 000 which was voluntarily tenderedand : The Old Standard general strengthening took ,-
very in this it will be their first '
yet been issued sufficient blankets to part war, GROVE'S: TASTELESS chiiTuMC.dnTWOatMalana.enrichesthebloodamlbii.liUnptiiem. ,
which the custodian immediately .
little in fact, that there is .
grave ,
failure. President Wilson the
keep warm, but will have more soon. says invested in Liberty Loan bonds. a Telegraph want ad. .'A '
danger the individual will overlook the tern. A true tonic. Fcr adult and ct:lre1lo fie {
Uncle Sam sure has his hands full most vital part they can play is to en- ...
importance of :Ioing that little, day in now to supply the boys with their roll as members of the Food Administration ---- '..:10<
.- and day out, over a period, if necessary needs. Everyone should strain every and "cheerfully accept its direction -' ,..?::1
of years. :';;._'
muscle and nerve to make supplies for and advice. ';
But when the Kaiser heard of this I
t the boys, for it is sure to be needed in

c food ,conservation he considered: by individual the movement Americans the future.I The women and children of our Allies -

..f such a menace to German victory thatt of dear still earnestly old Bradford pray remember that you friends all the in Euhope know hunger in its most W ASTINfi or SAVINQ which? ;l

a ; he spent large amounts of money and boys in your prayers. There is nothing bitter forms. There is no need that

: employed large numbers of agents to that will be of more benefit.I the women and children of America
'r frustrate it. should be eat
hungry. They may
will now close, as I am sleepy and
_V What is important enough for the abundantly-but wisely and without "
tired, but let us all be of good cheer
*44 j. Kaiser to spend time and money to i it and trust in the Lord that He may con waste-and still save the women and Our entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomesa 1
i, prevent is important enough for every children of our Allies from the extremes -
t i individual American citizen to help duct our lives Yours as He truly feels, best. of hunger. That's why every I national dutyfor|: everycitizen to save and eliminate every form of waste. 1I

j to accomplish. Food will win the war; woman is urged to enroll as a memberof of the civilized of the ;
ROAN J. TURNER, Not only the fate portion old world, but our own as ::;;;
this America must supply it. the Food Administration. I

'4 i But it is only by strict, painstaking, Camp Wheeler.Ft. I well is almost wholly dependent upon the manner in which we produce and .J


".,' i, ; daily very modest attention request to the that government's we Americans !- Oglethorpe, Ga. UGH! CALOMEL MAKES i save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies anddepositing

.# ; can insure the success of the war Oct. 22, 1917. YOU DEATHLY SICK i them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless 'j'-
I'v food conservation campaign. Each individual's Editor
part is so small as to seem I have Telegraph been receiving: the Telegraphfor - I and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities..

r '" trivial, but the total, if everyone does the last three weeks, and you don't Stop Using Dangerous Drug ;* d.

,y It his part, will be tremendous. know how much I appreciate your Before It Salivates You! Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank

1 The Kaiser knows in his heart that I kindness in sending it to me, and 1 1

J if every one of America's 100 million know the other boys from there feel It's Horrible. ; at close of business Sept 11th 1917.

souls eats a pound less wheat flour a like I do about it.Well You're bilious, sluggish, constipatedand

week America will have a badly needed I have just come in from the believe you need vile, dangerous
calomel to start liver and clean: RESOURCES LIABILITIES
extra 133,000,000: bushels of wheat table. We had chicken for supper ambelieve your
1 to ship to its European Allies. your bowels. i
) "
me, that was some treat, forI I
r. He knows that if each of us eats do like chicken. We have chickenonce I. Here's my guarantee! Ask your Loans and Discounts $197.296.91State Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

one-third of an ounce less meat fats a week and I look forward to druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod- P J 'County and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund 10000.00 x cI i

J every day we'll have 395,000 tons more that i son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful:
day. Claims and Resources 9,416.98 Undivided profits, less paid 2,102.59
J fats a year for the war. I I tonight. If it doesn't start your liver I expenses
He knows that if each of us eats an As for the other news we are drilling and straighten you right up better'' Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 669.50 {

ounce less meat a day we will have all hard as we have always done. We than calomel and without griping or :; All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 Deposits 267,568.90
to like
seem it better than
-( 4,400,000 more meat animals every we making you sick I want you to ;
thought we would. For the best thing go Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 832,52
year to feed our Allies. back to the store and get your mon-
He knows that if each of us eats an : yet the captain gave me an eightdaypass I Cash on hand and in Banks 69933.08 ,
j ... i beginning tha 8th of this monthso ey.Take
ounce less sugar a day we'll have 1- calomel today and tomorrow
I went home for the eight days, and 1
.r 185,000 tons more sugar a year. you will feel weak and sick and nau- TOTAL $30,340.99 TOTAL $305,340.99This
you can imagine how glad I was to see
He knows that if we individual I II '
seated. Don't lose a day's work. Take
the homefolks.
p. It
Americans DO save these things, AlP ,. home in three years was, and my it was first some trip I a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dodson's bank invites you, as a loyal citizen, to begin saving now. If you
lied will I
Europe's hungry be'fed and

kept contented in the fight against his I treat left my to be dear at old home daddy again.slapped But me when on I j( feeling Liver great.Tone It's tonight perfectly and wake harm-up |]i are not a depositor, a dollar will open an account for you, and you can deposit -

I starving, hasn't hordes a chance; and to that win the he, war.therefore the back and said, "Go to it, my boy, ,!,less, so give it to your children any I at any time in any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly.

I only wish I were of It time. It can't salivate, so let them
your age.
He I
was smart enough to realize thatif !
sure made me feel good to think he' eat anything afterwards. ((11-4))
his agents in this country could _..
sneer the food saving idea out of the would take it so sensiblv. I only wish -
Bradford
individual American's mind he would all fathers would feel like that about Metal Long In Ute. County Bank ;

1 stand a mighty good chance to win the their boys going to France.As Tin was known to the Hebrew metal :

war. it is almost time for the lightsto workers as an alloy of other metals as {

: Don't let the Kaiser talk you out of go out, I will stop. Thanking you early as the time of Moses. There was Bradford i

doing your LITTLE BIT of food conservation again for the Telegraph.With no tin In Palestine. Their tin in the I County's Financial Stronghold.

duty EVERY DAY. During love to all. time of David was obtained from Tyre

this week join with the other millionsof "SKINNY." and Tyre was supplied by the ships i Starke Florida.

Americans who by banding together Co. C, Feld Signal Battalion.I that traded with Tarbhish. This tin ,

each performing his own small part came from Spain but doubtless tho I N. T. RITCH, Pre. W. T Week Vice-Pre J. H. RITCH, Cashier

4 are going to insure victory in the Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- greater quantity came fryui the tin districts !

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE' '
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dried prunes, apples, peaches or raisins LEMONS MAKE SKIN ()f ordinary cold cream. Be sure to I clear, smoothen and beautify the skin.

t IG sugar, syrups or molasses. strain; the lemon juice so no pulp gets
I WHITE SOFT AND CLEAR j ..L
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.. This, the Food Pledge Week cam- nto the bottle, then this lotion will remain -- Any druggist will supply three ounces ;.
I I Ir the housewife fresh for of orchard white at little cost '
-"'''''''' R '''' i52'i H paigners pointed out, puts pure and months. When very

I the packer and the dealer in Make This Beauty Lotion For :ipplied daily to the face, neck, arms, and your grocer has the lemons. i

. Live State News !,food With on this a par distinction in the saving the housewivesare campaign. A Few Cents and See For .and hands it should help to bleach, .-Adv. ((99)) r ,, ;

L being asked to conserve voluntarily -. Yourself.
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i!" i'R>> !S&S" l.SZ'IIR5i5iO
the needed foods meat wheat r
war '
Told by Our Exchanges. I fats and sugar. The packers and deal- i
t What girl or woman hasn't heard of
- ers have accepted restrictions aimed to
lemon juice to remove complexion I 'I'
f. i adjust exorbitant prices at the source. blemishes; to whiten the skin and to : i Does This Hit You? I : .

APOPKA.-J. C. Johnson, of Apopka train No. 87, which was in charge of Replying to the further criticism bring out the roses, the freshness and : '
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was bitten by a huge rattlesnake Conductor Hawkins and Engineer W. that leaving retailers doing less than the hidden beauty? But lemon juice'I I I'. I I II

Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. while workingin C. Miller. It is probable that the man $100,000 worth of business a year unlicensed i i, alone is acid, therefore irritating, and .1 i I r

his orange grove. He died Wednesday may have fallen from train No. 39, doesn't help the high retail should be mixed with orchard white : i "

: leaving Jacksonville at 5:10: Wednes- price situation much, a Food Adminis- this way.. Strain through a fine cloth' I' You are face to face with the fact that sooner i ,

day afternoon. tration official today said: ,I the of fresh lemons into a'' I
Those retailers who are licensed juice two ; or later you'll repair or build. i : rI
ST. PETERSBURG.-By a vote of bottle containing about three ounces ; I .,
979 to 477 the electors of Pinellas GAINESVILLE. L. Murphy, a i must keep records of all purchasesand cf orchard white, then shake well and I : II

county banished Tuesday the "cowat- civil engineer from St. Matthews, S. sales, so that any complaint lodged you have a whole quarter pint of skin I I t

large" and all her roaming animal C., is at work making a survey of by a consumer, who has reason to and complexion lotion at about the I, I

kind from the highways and bywaysof Paines Prairie, a large tract of over- believe that he has been charged more cost one usually pays for a small jarUfff'P If it's repairs is the time
all the county except an "exempted" flowed land some miles south of this than actual cost plus a reasonable Right Now I'' ;

portion on the extreme northeast city,.with a view of converting its fer- profit, can be traced to the source. + + + + + + + + + + to make them most econ- !, ,
I The wholesalers' records will suf-
corner. tile acres into profitable farms. Mostof + LEGAL NOTICES |i omically. If it's it j '
fice for such in the case of the smaller a new building, will cer- : !
this tract, over which cattle now + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + : ,
retailers, and any complaint by a con- tainly cost no less later on while the
is chances
LAKELAND-E. M. Carroll, of this roam finding splendid pasturage, sumer will be investigated by Food NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. j tt d ,

city, met a tragic death Saturday owned by the Camp brothers of Ocala. Administration officials. Should investigation Thirty days after date hereof on to-wit: the ; are, it will cost more. i .. 1 ,
Williston while engagedin An effort was made some years ago to 1st day of December A. P. 1917. I will applyto I ; +
at ,
morning show that retailer sold '
the of a the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner. County I tf
this
tract I
compass drainage by ;
coupling two freight cars. In some goods, violating the regulations even .ludve of Bradford County Florida for an order I .,
he caught be- the sinking of huge wells in the hopeof to Bell at private sale the one-tenth undivided ,
manner unexplained was in his license will be withdrawnif
creating a subterranean outlet but spirit, interest each of William Nevrsom. Tht-I-
tween the bumpers and was mashed the he is licensed and if he is one of the ma Newxom, Sebra Newwm. Ruth Xew-som i .
in two. He lived only a few enterprise never came to anything. and Alta Nevranm. minor heirs of Carter New.Bom. We
nearly small fry and not licensed all jobbers are prepared to quote you the lowest :
Some believe that by.turning Prairie deceased!, in and to the follow ine described pos- ,
minutes. will be ordered not to sell him any lands situated! and being in Bradford county
creek into the river Styx the water more goods. Florida to-wit: sible prices from a good assorted stock of Build-I ::: .
level can be reduced considerably. If North half of the northeast quarter cf ec- .'
LAKE WORTH-With but one neg- this trritory can be reclaimed thou- From the records kept by both the t'on four I4>. Township Fexen ((7) Ranire ing material. f t

ative vote in the fifty-six which were sands of acres of land as rich as any wholesaler and retailer it will not be acres Twenty-two more or It'1.!
cast here Saturday by the freeholdersof in the Everglades will be brought into hard to establish what the retailer This Oct. 30. ItlT.!

the Lake Worth Special Road and cultivation, and there is little doubt paid for any article sold on a certain MRS. LAURA. NEW Guardian.?: OM.

Bridge district, the stamp of approvalwas but that it can be done. day, and to show whether he violatedthe 11-2-ot I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY -

indelibly impressed upon the $30- regulations or not will be an easy I NOTICE OF GUARDUV SUE. ,,
000 bond issue, from the sale of whichis matter and very little trouble. Like- 1 Thirty dan after date 11I'1't'0f. on to-wit: the I 'The Happy Home Builders'STARKE ,
constructed the free bridge SARASOTA-Declairng that rat- l.-t day of December A. D. 1917. I will apply ,
to be wise the wholesaler can be regulated
tlesnakes would not bite her because I to the Honorable Geo. .\. Gardiner County : { 7-
across the lake to the ocean ridge. The through his own records and those I, Judge of Bradford County, Flor:da, fur an order FLA ; .
early closing of the polls shut off sev- she belonged to the Holy Rollers sect, kept by the canner, miller, packing to sell at private sale the one-tenth undivided I
and that if they did their bite would interest of Fradonia Rollins, minor heirrf II I
eral voters who stood in favor of the house or manufacturer The big whole- I John II. Pre-cott. deceased in and to the ---- -- ---- ,
-
-
not be poisonous Miss I -
project. Mary Murray, sale commission man, the man who ,' following! described lands situated in Bradford! j d i
aged 18, wrapped a large rattlesnake County, Florida! to-wit: j "
the who with
farmer and
canvasses Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter and !,
about her neck before crowd of
DELRAY-The Snyder Catsup com- a peo the speculator has been said to have \Ve!'t half of Southeast Quarter of Southeast j "
ple gathered at of the
meeting
a Holy of Section 1231 Township
Quarter Twenty-three 1 I
been the in the
most
flagrant abusing
pany through Mr. Hayes, the managerat Rollers at Lockwood Ridge, Sunday Seven 171. Range Twenty ((2iH Fast con- I
this place, is offering to contract "war" in merchandising will be watched ta-nini.in all Sixty ifiii acres more or 1ms. j
morning. The snake did bite her. I
.;." f + n>"+n.." .. not YO. I dose h'. lie must keen a record of This October 31. 1917 I {
t he growers clinic crop o ivjmaiuca Her brother-in-law, a Holy Roller C. J. ROLLINS. I yAf
at what seems to be a good fair priceto preacher from Ellenton where the girl I all purchases with names of farmers I 11-2-St. Guardian. WeaverDrugCo.
selling and prices paid. Very little ___ ____ I !
both the grower and company. Theyare also lived, did the same thing and the
investigation will be required to dis- .
NOTICE.IN
about sixty cents bushel
offering a snake did not bite him. Miss I .
Murray
RE: Estate of Anna Jones, deceased.
the of
delivered at the factory. Mr. Hayesis then repeated the performance, again cover justness any complaint Notice to the next of km of Anna Jones deceased
asking the farmers to plant the vowing the faith that the snake would made against him. late of Bradford county state of Florida
"But," added the official, "we feel and all others who it may concern are .
Anna variety, they are more
Early as not strike. This time it struck her in hereby notified that four weeks after the first The 1 Store
prolific than the Globe.GAINESVILLE.Eightyfour. the: left arm. She refused to have med- sure that no housewife will use any re- publication hereof and their failure to apply I
tailer's unpatriotic attempt at profi- fop administration on her estate I will appoint I
ical attention saying she was full of her Borne creditor of Anna Jones or other fit
for not
teering as a reason doing
head holiness and the bite would not harm person to administer on the same, as may heauthorized
bit towards war fund conservation.. law. I
of fine beef cattle purchased by A. L. her. However, she was wrong and as Dated this by the 31i>t day of October 1917. Raiford Fla.The
Jackson of this city, were driven to the poison permeated her system she -- GEO. A. GARDINER ,
Mr. Jackson's pastures on Paine's was in great agony. She died at five GERMANY: HAS SOLD ITS SOUL 11-2-41. Florida.County Judge of Bradford County 1 .

Prairie Friday. It was a splendid o'clock. TO THE DEVIL." -I i

bunch of cattle and represented the exchange .
--- ---- MASTER'S: SALE. I
of a neat sum of money. The Tender and by virtue of a final decree of fore House 4.
FOOD CONSERVATION. A dispatch from Christiana, Norway ('I..ul"mad. (' and rendered on the 2tfth day of i ofPURE
indications that Alachua county I '
are to the Philadelphia Ledger and September. A. D. 1917. by Hon. J. T. wm 'I' DRUGS.COURTEOUS R
has made plenty of meat for home con-
Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida Eighth
one from the same place by the As- Judicial! in and for Bradford t
Circuit County
sumption this year, and some to spare JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 2.-The TREATMENT.
sociated Press about the murderous in chancery, in that certain cause therein
and with the impetus given to stock United States government yesterday warfare made men and women on pending wherein the I'hifer Slate Bank a corMiration i LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES. .
raising each year will see an improve- answered one of the few arguments of upon ( is complainant and Ada Turner and i
the merchant ship recently sank in the U. G. Turner her husband are defendants. I, iI
ment along this line. some housewives against home food North Sea again illustrated the fact the undersigned who was' therein and thereby | I
conservation food appointed Special Master to execute the said
by making conserva- ;
that has sold its soul to the PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. e
"Germany
tion I decree, will sell at public outcry before the a
ST. AUGUSTINE.-Sheriff Perry compulsory on manufacturers, evil." We give these dispatches justas courthouse door in the town of Starke. Bradford r
wholesalers, jobbers and many retailers county. Florida! between the legal! hours ,
went over to Green Cove Springs on of the country's basic food prod- published here: of sale on Monday the 3rd day of December,
Monday to take into custody R. L. A. D. 1917, the same being a legal tales day.
white with ucts.The LondonTimes-Public Ledger Service, to the highest and belt bidder, the following :
Douglass, a man charged plan became effective yesterday Copyright 1917, by Jublic Ledger Co. described lands, situated! lying and being in Weaver Drug Co.
severely cutting W. M. Buller, another !' under Presidential order. CHRISTIANIA, Oct. 22-The news- the Town of Starke Bradford county, Floria.and ,
white man, at Switzerland, in the more particularly known distinguished,
Coming at the height of the Food papers are filled with terrible detailsof and described as follows to-wit:
northwestern part of this county last Pledge Week campaign, it is consid- the destruction of the large fleet of Lots One (II. Two (!I. Thirteen (13). and, POSTOFFICE BUILDING. ;
Sunday. Mr. Muller's abdomen was Fourteen ((14i. of Livingston Truby and Com
ered by the Food Administration merchantmen being convoyed by two ,
a pany's addition to the Town of Starke. Brad- II
and his entrails
ripped open hangingout conclusive answer to the housewiveswho British destroyers off Marsteinen ford County. Florida said land to be sold as
when he was brought to Green the property of the defendants Ada Turner Raiford Florida.WANTED
Cove Springs for surgical attention. have said: Lighthouse last Wednesday morningby and U. G. Turner, her husband to satisfy and ,
"Why should I sign the food pledgeto two German cruisers, with a total pay said decree fees and costs. Terms cash. ,
He is in a precarious condition and conserve food in my home when the loss of 14 ships and 250 persons, including A. Z. ADK1NS
not survive.MARIANNA.The. 112St. Special Master in Chancery.
may manufacturers are wastimr.it, specula- two women.It .

tors are boosting its prices and anti- appears from the report of a British 'l't.t

Rev. R. E. Mat- Americans are hoarding it in enor- officer, who was rescued and is now .

thews, a Baptist minister, was bound mous quantities?" at Bergen, that one destroyer, the I to

over to the federal grand jury at a There will be no more of that. All Mary Rose, fought against overwhelming ,4J tf. t'

preliminary hearing Friday before the great manufacturers and wholesalers odds. The other destroyer which ,

United States Commissioner, Bufordon who have been accused of controlling should have been present, but which '"\.. .

a charge of violating section threeof the market are today forbidden to never appeared, probably was destroyed -

the espionage act. He gave bail in do business except under government at the beginning of the fight. ..

the sum of $1,000. A similar charge license. After a heroic fight of half an hour

against the Rev. William Jones was I This includes those engaged in "the the Mary Rose, which, during the entire -

dismissed. Dr. Matthews, it was testified import, manufacture, storage and dis time was subjected to a terrible

had uttered from the pulpit un- tribution" of the fundamental food- concentric fire, had replied with su- .

patriotic remarks regarding the en- stuffs named. It embraces meat packers preme coolness, and whose crew never

trance of the United States into the cold storage warehousemen, mil- had thought to escape in the boats, .

war. lers, canners, elevators, grain dealers ultimately was blown up, the 10 sur- 1

and retailers doing a business of more vivors finding themselves clinging to 1l 1I

TALLAHASSEE.-Gustave Sigwaltthe than $100,000 a year. two big buoys, five on each, .in a tem-

Holiness preacher arrested last These dealers have been warned that pestuous sea. -_ tae.
week for his statements against Pres- any one of them who is found manip- The work now was easy for the

ident Wilson and the United States, ulating or speculating in these foods, German ships, which commenced to

was given a second hearing Saturday who hoards them, who extorts unrea- shell the merchant vessels, all reports I

morning and held for the federal sonable profits, or who indulges in discriminatory agreeing on this point. The butchery

grand jury. The bond was placed at practices in handling them passes description. The crews were

I,500-the same figure as the bond I I will be subject to a fine of $5,000 or killed and mutilated indiscriminatelyon Two thousand Laborers on Govern-

upon which he was released a week' two years in prison or both. Hoarded board both ships and boats. Two .

ago-but the defendant was warned' food will be seized by the government. women, waving from a ship a white r
by United States Commissioner GuyteP. Conspiracy on the part of dealers to piece of cloth, at a distance of a few
defeat the purposes of the food law is hundred yards, perfectly visible, were
McCord, that if it came to the ears
of the court that Sigwalt ever even punishable by $10,000 fine or two years silenced by a volley from the Ger- ment Cantonment. Wages two dol-

mentioned the war or President Wil- imprisondment, or both. mans, intent on destroying all. I ,
son again he would be re-arrested and The government will watch these A thrilling story of the fight is told

his bond made so high that he could dealers and consider them as patriotically by Captain Roennevig Haughesen of

not make it. The preacher agreed to living up to the provisions of the the steamer Kristine, the only man

preach on other subjects. license until by their own acts they surviving of a crew of 11. After their

prove that the confidence is misplaced.Such escape to a boat, all safe, it was shell- I lars and twenty cents per day.

cases will be dealt with summar- ed, and in consequence nine were kill-
I MIAMI.-Th+ embargo on the importation -

of sweet potatoes into Flor- ily.No firm in the list can do business ed. s
The rest now tried to get back to
ida from Georgia and Alabama is being without license after

used by Florida growers and dealers Nov. 1. a And government under the license, each i the ship, which consequently was in to A. &
off Bently
Apply
as an excuse for raising prices, is firm or person licensed must report helled. Two men were swept by person
'he fire. The captain ultimately was
the charge made by local produce deal
what has been going on in his business !
ers. Sweet potatoes are selling for 90 since the last report. A special saved.

cents a bushel in Georgia, the whole- I legal department has been organizedin A scathing article headed, "A Hero-

sale price in Jacksonville is $1.20 in the Food Administration to enforce ;c Peed," published by the Ejofartti-
small lots, with freight added the these regulations. lende, commenting on the raid, which Sons Co. United States Cantonment

dealers here to pay $1.40 bushel wholesale !Dealers effected are those packing has been glorified in Berlin, stamps it ,

price. Jobbing prices are $2 per or handling in a large way wheat, is "nothing but a crime against hu- Q
bushel and the retailers charging nai.'ty.' .
are wheat flour, rye or rye flour, barleyor }yw
70 to 75 cents a peck-while the yams flour oats oatmeal rolled
barley ; or -
are selling for 30 cents a peck in At- oafs; corn, corn grist, cornmeal, Optimistic ThoughtThe Contractors Office foot of Laura ;

lanta. hominy, corn flour, starch from corn, surest way not to fa. n to determine ,

oil, corn syrup or glucose; rice or rice to succeed. I

JACKSONVILLE county authorities -I flour; dried beans, pea seed or dried
are hard at work trying toI I peas, cottonseed, cottonseed oil, cot- Whenever You Need a General Tonic: l
Take Grove's.The .
unravel the skein of mystery sur- tonseed cake, cottonseed meal; peanutoil Street Jacksonville Florida.
rounding the death of an unknown or meal: soy bean oil or meal, palmor Old Standard Grove's Tastelesshill ,

white; man found dead beside the railway copra oil, oleomargarine, lard, l Ian General; Tonic Tonic:is because equally it valuable contains as the a .

tracks of the Seaboard Air Line substitutes, oleo oils or cooking fats :ell known tonic properties of QUININE

lit Marietta, six miles west of the city. milk, butter or cheese, condensed, powdered nd IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivesit

The man was apparently about 40 ; or evaporated milk; fresh, canned Malaria, Enriches the Blood and

years of age. Inside of the coat he I or cured beef, pork or mutton :ilJs cp the Whole Syttem. 60 cents .

had on was a tailor's label-March 23, : poultry or eggs; fresh or frozen fish fi-
1917. No. 471.141. The body was discovered fresh fruits or rtabll's"canned pea '11 it to the Telegraph and tell evrybody.

by members of the crew of tomatoes, corn, salmon or sardines Ad.-ertise!

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> 4s Is the beautiful art of writing be- ATTENTION.All SAMPSON CITY. to Graham, where he has accepted a | ---.-., -

; I s Bradford County. Telegraph coming extinct? So it would seem ....::::::....- position with Mr. W. Jones for another I year.Mr.. C. A. Berry, of Xew River J ."'
from the very few specimens seen bicycle riders must hereafter year. here on business Tuesday. -
used C. A. Smith, turpentine operator, is
. these days. The pencil is so have their wheels provided with bells, Mr.Willie Hall moved last week to Uncle Math '
t Published Weekly, and entered aa sec. making quite a number of improvements McKr; y Of Lake aslor
from the "
!much as to crowd the pen and after dark with lights. All auto- Georgia, where he will farm another
about his and still < was seen in this section
ond class matter at the post-office at quarters -
considered Tuesday-
{ field. Formerly it was a I' .
mobile drivers must have their cars ,
house, it comfortable --- -- -
.: t Starke, Florida. discourtesy to send letters written in provided with white lights in front and theorkmen making. more for

*f I pencil, but now, except for typewritten red lights in rear. Those who have not I.
Mr. Kirby Smith has torn down the
MATTHEWS Editor and OwnerH. letters, the pencil seems to be the complied with these requirements by !
E. S. ,
old commissary in the corner of his

", E. LAGERGREN,' Sociate Editor prevailing. Beautiful instrument letters cannot in correspondence. be formed -- November the Mayor 1, 1917 and,will fined.be brought before yard, formerly used for a pay office?,' SPECIAL -- SULPHATE OF POTASH

and has erected a cosy office building'
with the pencil. Making them is a SILAS KITE, '

HURRAH! fine tivated art,eye an art as that much appeals as does to the artistic cul- Town Marshal. a J.short S. distance Thomas from has purchased his house. from I'I i ((40 per cent Water Soluable) .

Yet S ''Jas. Kite, Sr., the residence .occupied .
drawing and painting. manyI
October 27th will long remain a red- I whose education included both thesei HEILBRONN.Among ; by Mr. E. L. Harper, and expects to i, Fret from Chlorine;

letter day in American history, for on i write wretched hands. Formerlyi move there on or about the 1st. Itt
i arts 100 Pounds to the bag will give 2 cent
that day the first battle in which !i i school teachers were fine penmenasis not yet known where Mr. Harper'will '' per Potash
those who attended the As-
American soldiers were regularly en- reside.
should be but theyare [iIr.
gaged against the Teuton, took place. proper no better they in this respect, now than the sociation here from different parts of :\ W. E. Jones, the faithful clerk NITRATE OF SODA

The boys came fully up to expectation of people, caused, no the: county were Schellie Rosier, Joe of Jas. Kite, has resigned and will accept -'
their work average run Peele, Delbert Sapp and sisters, Janie .
warriors and went to
as a position with the G. S. & F.
universal of the FERTILIZER
the
doubt too
by use ALL
t. and Lily; Britain Rosier, Horace Ros- MATERIALSend
singing. in and out of school. Good Railway. He.will be missed by a num-
pencil pen
4 deserves all praise ier and sisters, Doris and Deloris;
General Pershing
her of his customers he has been
. as
be
.. for his patience, in allowing his troops writing is too fine an art to neglected Misses Laura, and Rachel Wilkinsonand employed there for three years. We your name on a postal card and we will kt.ep you
for its revival.
to be thoroughly trained and hardened I and we hope Hon. J. H. Sapp.. wish him the best of luck in his new posted on Prices. Send for free literature on HOME,

r.' up before entering battle, especially as Prof. E. W. Wilkinson and Misses position. MIXING also all SPRAYING MATERIALS.
1
WEIGHT OF SWEET
t.. I pressure has been brought upon him STANDARD POTATOES. Edith Warren and Dora Johnson at- ; E. S. Driggers, formerly of StarkeMwill I '

t R; from different directions-and not tended the association Friday evening. fill the vacancy caused by Mr. TIlE NITRATE AGENCIES COMPANY ;

e least from the soldiers themselves-to Prof. L. A. Davis made a trip to Jones resignation. Jacksonville Heard Building Florida 7,.
make haste to pit them against they Opinions having differed about the Sanderson Friday.Mr. Mrs. W. E. Jones and Miss Bertha .t

F- t l' enemy. They have to face veterans, standard weight of a bushel of sweet Willie Reddish is numbered on_ Sloan attended the Pentacostal meet-j =:). .7

'- and fire of the most terrible descrip- potatoes in this state, J. M. Brownlee, the sick list this week. ing near Starke Saturday and Sun- ::' ', ,
\ ; tion, and General Pershing knew what who is a large grower of tubers, ad- Misses Edith Warren and Dora day. I i-

. 1. was required from them and wanted dressed an inquiry to the commissioner Johnson made a short trip to Raiford Mr. Frank Jones was transacting :

-.a them to,be prepared for the ordeal. of agriculture on the matter. He Sunday.Rev. Business in Starke Tuesday. j AUTOMOBILESIInsure

I' While our soldiers cannot yet be received the following reply: Thomas filled an appointmenthere Miss Allie Sloan has erected a nice >
said have assumed fighting in ear- Tallahassee, Oct. 17, 1917. Sunday night.
.to cow barn to take care of the fine cow j
nest, there will probably henceforthbe Mr. J. M. Brownlee, The association was well attendee purchased from Mrs. Fletcher.Mr. against Fire and Theft :

,' more and more Americans in every Starke, Fla. and everything proved a.success. Letus J. Ii. Harrison was in Starke -,'reEAM45TN -.
.. battle, until the great armies now under Dear Sir: remember that where God exercises Wednesday on business. J. R. DAVIS & CO. STARKE FLA -

\ training in this country and In reply to your letter of the 16th His influence success is sure to reignMessrs. The free show Monday night wasa

:&R France will oppose their fcpnts to the inst., you are informed that the stan- Drew Reddish, Dry Reddish great success. A number of Gainesville .
'oJ"- : enemy. And when that time comes, I dard weight of a bushel of sweet potatoes and Prof. E. W. Wilkinson, Misses folks vwere present. There will -- ---- -

' 4b1i the kaiser may as well acknowledge in this state is CO pounds avoirdupois :Edith Warren and Dora Johnson were be another one on Friday, Nov. 9th,

,p p himself whipped. as will be seen from the enclosed i in Starke Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. free to everybody! ,. in the streets of

pamphlet. .i 11 1 II. S. Warren was the guestof Sampson The great fire eating man

.1. 1 HUNS _\:\'ClE'T'D MODERN' Yours truly, her daughter ss Edith, Tuesday eats fire and red hot coals. Come and

'f, I I \V. A. McRAE, afternoon.We see for yourself.Mr. .
) Commissioner of Agriculture. areg lad to welcome the nice Edward Parrish who farmed
(+ A subscriber asks us why the German on
s .. In scanning the pamphlet he found cool weather it is essential in the
as the moved this week
soldiers are often styled "Huns"in I Chapman place, 1vn5M:4: .
t the weight of tubers to be 56 and not saving of the fresh meants, especially
.. the newspapers and the origin of L
I ; CO pounds. To be sure of "which was the
this
pork, and people of section
.
the If the German soldiers
: : nick-name. -
I which," he wrote again. The. reply have quite a number of nice fat hogs Mr. J.1.. Starling and wife and 1

f. :!,.. one to are blame called but'the Huns,kaiser.they have It was no follows. : which they are preparing to save as I Brooks E. Starling, of Lawtey, were : It will save you money and,

.. he who implicitly commanded them, Tallahassee, Oct. :20, 1917. neat for another nar. here on business Thursday. 1'' l l trouble. Gives description and
Mr. J. M. Brownlee, '''i' I
while in China during the Boxer riot, I '' full information on all seeds for

I to behave like "Huns," so that the Starke, Fla. CLASSIFIEDDI H. G. HARDING & CO. TINS GUID fall\,planting. Our stocks are com

I Chinese would forever after remember Dear Sir: I I Byron, Ga., Apr. 11, 1917. MA tPLANTn plete, assuring prompt shipment.Martin's .
; In reply to your letter of the 18th : Old Kentucky Mfg Co.
r i them. He'said: "Give no pardon, take i ,
inst., informed that the weightof JACKJOKVUIsnoca
you are Paducah, Ky.
I' Lr no prisoners! Let whoever falls into -tSi FLIM Hy-Test '
bushel of sweet potatoes\ 56
your hands be destroyed! As when a I a FUK RENT-6 room cottage next Gentlemen:
i thousand years ago the Huns, under pounds instead of GO pounds. It was door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.J. I had cholera in my herd of hogs Ip Southern Seeds
I a stenographic error in our letter in recently and began feeding the B. A.
Etzel, their king, made themselves a W. Andrews & Son. 9- -tf.
i name that still !lives in tradition, so having stated that the weight was GO Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure and stopped c I Carefully grown closely selected always !-

/' will you make the name German fear- pounds. FOR SALE-Extra good farm mule.A losing hogs at once. I was los- ,iii? dependable. Full assortment garden .
ed in China, so that a Chinese will never Yours truly, bargain fw cash. C.: C. Grifiis, ing from four to five each night un- i TfliTrn1M? and field. Strawberry and vegetable -
W. A. McRAE, k plants also! a specialty. Write
til I the of this .o
dare to look a German in the face. Starke. 10-19-4t. began use preparation. ,,
Commissioner of Agriculture.This t G today fcr our new fall catalog. -
This was not a mere effusion of a ------r- I raise about :200 head of hogs per 1
.- phraseologist. Kaiser Wilhelm meant makes it plain that the stan- FOUND-Cow and yearling, year and never expect to be without
r dard weight of bushel of "roots" is marked :
11 it, for his admiration of the Huns is so a crop and und r lit in one ear, upper your remedy.Yours E. A. Martin Seed Co. .
It is also
56 pounds avoirdupois. plain
that he named of his and underbit in the other I very truly,
great one sons that when blame cannot be laid upon square} s t ti' 1 i11t Jacksonville, Florida #tri:
after the best known Hun chief (Etzel, branded figure 8. L. J. Wynn. II. G. HARDING & CO. .,.',.
the linotyper the stenographer is, always .Ifi'T'
German for Attila). It is also known For sale by D. C.Jones, Starke.- -' '
i, that the German soldiers obeyed the handy. In next week's issue we IMPROVE YOUR STOCK-I have X ov.-9-1: 6-3-30.: "F,,":,'
instructions. will reprint the most interesting por- for service one registered Black Es- .:, ,
tion of the mentioned. .
pamphlet -- --- ----- ---- I-
Under these circumstances it was sex male hog. J. H. Bedenbaugh,

natural that one should remember the Hampton; Fla. -
kaiser's words when his soldiers in Helps Keep Flowers Fresh. -I .
Belgium and France carried on the It is said that sphagnum; moss In-the FOR SALE-ICO acres of land, about M I ;

t t war as mercilessly as did the Turks in bottom of a vase used for cut flowers 70 in cultivation and under good I F\"R \ r \

\ : .... Armenia, apparently for the sake of will keep the water fresh for some fence. Cheap for cash. S. B. Wood-
cowing the population by filling them time. art, Theressa, Fla.
i with dread. A part of the'German

war tactics seems to be founded on SHERFF'S SALE. WANTED-To half-crop with some
this principle. But it has not yielded Hereby notice is given' that under and by farmer owning a good farm, Can
i i. the desired result. It has fostered virtue of that certain writ of execution issued handle one-horse crop. C. C. How- The Telegraph'sGreat
out of and under the hand and seal of the
hate and contempt instead. County Judge's Court of Bradford Coj'ilv.Klurida. ard, Route 3, Starke. 1122t.
The original Huns were an Asiastic and dated 'he llth day of 0.tt I er..v.
wherein A. L. Alvarez: and
D lyi" rUinii.f.
:r nomadic invaded Eastern PECANS WANTED the
i
people. They R. R. Pre\att is defendant (a certified,ropy am paying
if Europe during the third century of which judgment<< has been filed and r'corded highest market prices for pecan nuts
after Christ. A contemporary Roman in Foreign Judgment Book No. 2. tinge Pt. Bring me samples and I will make
in the office of Clerk of Circuit Court of bald
Premium OfferA
t historian said that they were particularly county and state on the 12th day of October. you prices. N. D. Wainwright,
wild and rude, did not know right 1917.) I have levied said execution upon und Starke.
will sell before the front door of the courthouse -
I from wrong, lived only to murder, in Starke Florida, on Monday the 3rd
plunder, torture and destroy and had day of December 1917. between the legal hours FOR SALE-20 acre farm, 2% miles
threatened the Eu- of sale to the highest and best bidder for cash.
from Starke
no religion. They on Kingsley road; all
the following described real fstatto. lying and
ropean civilization with destructionand being in Bradford County. Florida to-wit: well fenced and under cultivation;
it was necessary to make a mutual One half undivided interest in block JTwenty- two-story dwelling, good barn, 90- FINE.MAP OF EUROPE
one ((21)) Town of Starke; also one-half un-
stand against them. They were defeated divided interest in ten acres, commencing 7"-j foot well; near school. For terms
T in 451, and their power wasI feet north and west from southeast corner of see S. L. Alvarez, Starke.
southwest quarter of the northeast quarter and
henceforth
forever broken.
run north, 70S feet, west 615 feet south 705 .
From this will be seen that there is feet. East 615 feet to point of beginning in FOR SALE-16-acre farm two miles '
I a certain resemblance between the Section 32. Township 6. Range 22 East. Same northeast of Starke; about 33 acres In these stirring times when our country is prepar- ;

Huns and the German soldiers, alf -, being Frevatt levied and will upon be as Bold the to property satisfy said of execution R. R.- stumped and in cultivation. New 5 ing to send two million of our young men to the battle- ,

,.' f- though the cultural standpoint is vast' and cost. room house, 15-foot rooms. Ten- fields of Europe everyone is interested in the geographyof
W. J. EPPERSON.
ly different. But on this account one Sheriff Bradford County. ant house. N. T. King, Route 1, that continent.
vd would have a right: to expect that the 11-2-St. State of Florida. Starke. 10-19-4t

M rJ German soldiers should be as humane When we read that the Allies have captured thisor

3 .-as is consistent with warfare. Instead FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre that' ioint or that the Germans have driven the Russians -
they have shown that civilized barbarians farm 2% miles east of Starke, 14 .
further back. from the Russian frontier *
in-
are the worst'of all barbarians. acres in cultivation, good house and we

Still they only obey commands from barn, good location for stock range, stinctively wish for a map to see just the location of the

"higher up," for when the German is Why in center of strawberry section. For points we have been reading about. '
left to his own impulses he is a kindhearted particulars address C. A. Johnson,
; .' man. His great fault lies in I Station No. 3, Gary, Fla. 10-5-tf. The Telegraph has made arrangements to supplyth

obeying too conscientiously the orders Suffer? popular demand for a good map of Europe at a very

of his superiors.. FOR SALE-One good young pony low price. We have contracted with a publishing house
Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al-
t horse, one Hackney new last
wagon for
ttt r 1' 't "There will be no more five cent cigars derson, W. Va., writes: year, and set of farming implementsall a large number of handsome three-page charts, con-

4 ," remarks an exchange. That'sso "My daughter:; : suffered for $125.00. The bargain of your taining a map of Europe 28x36 inches. Besides this

brother.. Judging from the smellof terriJ Y. She could life. Party disgusted and leaving. fine map of Europe there is a map of Florida, the latest
those smoked nowadays, they must not turn in bed the Must be sold within the next five
be the kind that sell two for a nickel.The" published, a map of the United States and possessions,
doctors her and days. Aubrey Moore, Rosenberg'sStore
gave up,
Starke and a map of the world.In .
,
her home
we brought to
editor of the Quincy Times
takes the Tampa Tribune to task for \ die. She had suffered so FOR SALE-The addition to being of special interest at this time

locating the "alpine region region of much at tim1 Having the estate of C. B.place Griffis.belonging Contains to the chart will prove a great help to school children anda

Florida" (sic!) in South Florida. The heard of"Cardui, we 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence. copy of it should be in every home where there is a
K Times editor says it is in West Florida got It for her. Two
smokehouses
dwellings, 2
one .
child attending school. The chart is
handsomely printed
and says they have "mountains" there. barn. Located 1% miles from Starke
From hearing the boys talk one would one-half mile from church, one mile and would be an ornament in any home. '
think neither of them had ever been from school. For further informa-
A copy of the Chart and a year's subscription to
;, out of the state and seen a mountain. tion write A. J. Griffis Brooker ,
CARDUI or the Telegraph will be given for $2. The offer is to
;; Florida has no "alpine region" but see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for open

plenty of other attractions. directions at Bank of Starke 10-12t1 old as weil as new subscribers, but the subscriber must

pay up arrearages and one year in advance. '
While we read with satisfaction how
the Turkish sultan has deposed the The Woman's Tonic FOR SALE-Farm of 176 acres, 35 Orders sent by mail will have prompt attention and

t governor of Palestine for cruelty, we acres in cultivation, good land, nearly the Chart will be mailed to you postage prepaid.
read with altogether different feelingsof all stumped, 50 budded pecan
how a German officer, who had been "In a few days,she began trees beginning to bear, 150 peach Address all remittances to
"
:! to Improve, Mrs. trees, a nice 5-room house and outbuildings
.: seriously wounded and nursed back to
life by a French Red Cross nurse, rewarded Cox no trouble continues at., ."and. Cardui had irrigating plant, one mule

her humanity by seizing hew cured her, and we sins and farm implements, 43 head of: Bradford County Telegraph
ti t hand and twisting it off at the wrist. its! praises everywhere. cattle, 20 hogs. Will sell at a sac

I She belonged to the enemies of his I Ire receive many thousands I rifice, part cash, balance on time.

%;1 t, country, and the tenets of "kultur" :: : of similar: letters Am 78 years old and must sell one
rw allowed him to see only this circumstance every year, tellia done the of the best stock farms in Florida.
good Cardui has for Starke Florida.
'. .4 p but prohibited any feeling cf women who suffer from 10 miles from Starke, between
humanity and gratitude. "Kultur" is complaints so common to Brooklyn and Theressa near two ,
s.I I the most hellish canker that ever d<*- their sex. It should do lakes. Inquire of C. A. Youngblood,

i stroyed human conscience. When the wood, too. E,y7I ? Theressa. Fla.. ,Frx
w German people get their eyes opened

to its heinousness they will pitch it I Your order for printing will receivethe
1 back into the bottomless pit from same-careful attention if sent by 6 W i
Si t which it, ., mail if .'
1i .' sprang. as given personally. to; : ";>

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FRIDAY, :NOVEMBER 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE ..


LOCAL TALENT PLAY AT TilE !; GORDON-KITTLER. D:)=0. XOE301 P0=0. -oc0oooa '.'

THEATRE. i 0 O +_

At the home of the bride's parents, The Distinguishing Features of '4
:
most Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gordon, near Rai- ,
The was
Bits of LocalInformation following program
entertainingly carried out last Thurs- ;( ford, their daughter, Miss Ernestine, Our New Winter Millinery are :
day night at Rowand's Theatre: was married Sunday afternoon, Octo-

Duet-Misses Cassie White and Eva ber 28th, at 3 o'clock, to Mr. Ed. Kit- 0 ORIGINAL STYLE O
tler. Justice B. D. Kelly performed :
Epperson. D
Quartette, "Don't You Cry, My Hon- the ceremony in the presence of about 0 0 and o m!

c..1rtI Omr la -'Um..I1 ...frte. ey"-Mrs. J. E. Futch, Miss Lois Peek 200 people. The bride, one of the most HIGH
.I Ira w C.mmjr mat r..... Messrs. Joe Canova and Luther Pow- handsome and popular young ladies of QUALITYThere

the Raiford section, looked lovelier ...
ell. ,
it in collection kind of hat
our every you are likely to want. '
than ever in tasteful white raiment \ .
!Reading Miss! _Eunice Ellis. ;n .. .. .#. ,, ; Many of our patterns are novelties that are not to be found elsewhere. 1 i.i
Instrumental-Mrs. L). \;. Jones and .V".I;; tin arm uuuijuct o LUIUC U -
Coming "Womanhood." See it! I II If you are an American, see "Wom- Miss Lois Peek.Quartette roses, and the wedding scene was a 0 SILK VELVET ,HATS o N ,
I anhood," the glory of the nation at "Kentucky Babe"-Mrs. beautiful one, as the spacious parlor Q D

Editor A. G. Powell, of the Lake Rowand's Theatre, Nov. 9th. Futch, Miss Peek, Messrs. Canova and in which the ceremony was performed 0 SAILORS, MUSHROOMS, and TURBANS 0 1 \. "

Butler Times, was in town Tuesday. Powell. had been tastefully decorated for are especially noticeable features of the collection. You are sure to

Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent Wednesday Madam Jarley-Mrs. E. M. Johns. the occasion.Mr. like them. We can fit you with a becoming hat for, from $2.00 up.'r a .
LeRoy Smith, of Raiford, was at- in Jacksonville. Sleeping Beauty and the Prince- Kittler is a prosperous young : '

tending to business in Starke Tuesday. Miss Ella May Long and Harold Wall. farmer and business man of the sec- KNIGHTS MILLINERY k
Messrs. R. J. Andrews, Jr., and S. I I Jack Spratt and Wife-0. W. White tion, highly respected by all who know .

Nice line of ginghams at Sternberg's A. Bryan, young business men of Rai. and Mrs..G. C. Sweat. him, and the well wishes of numerous 0 STARKE, FLA. 0 4

ford, were visitors to Starke Wednes- John Alden and Priscilla-Carr Col- friends are extended to the well-mated 0 coo0oo0ooo. '.oco'Oc"O

. J. F. Dyess was one of the Lake.I day. ley and Miss Emma Powell. young couple for a happy future. tv ..
Butler visitors to Starke Tuesday. The Vocalist Miss Neva Turner. -

When you need a chimney or fur- The Old Fashioned Sewing Machine LITTLE :MUSICIANS CLUB MEET 11 \%j

Miss Delle Stroman spent the week- nace or other brick work done, see B. -Miss Edith Manning. ING. I'

end in Tallahassee with her parents. C. Scarborough, Starke. All work Christopher Columbus-Cyrus Hoover. i I '

guaranteed. 10-26-2t. The "Little Musicians" met Tuesday I : A. D. ANDREWS : i i 1
fresh
,
Cedar Key oysters every day. Liberty-Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. afternoon, Oct. 30th, in the club rooms
Brymer's fish market, phone 109. Mr. Rodney Turner, who is a member Simple Simon-Ted H. Halligan. in the high school building. ,I .
of the :National Army and stationed Joan of Arc-Miss Louise Bessent.Mr. I i c. '
Officers for the elected
were i
Mrs. L. A. Reynolds spent Saturday at Macon, Ga., spent a furlough ol' Jarley-Ellery Davis. and charming year :
a was enjoyed
- in Jacksonville with her husband. several days with his parents, Mr Cinderella-Miss Louise Fernandez. The officers were program as follows: II MERCANTILE CO.I '1 1I
and Mrs. W. M. Turner.
j Fairies-Louise Andrews and Ethel President, Mr. Jim Kickliter. !

Big line of ladies' suits and coats at Griffin. Vice President, Miss Audrey Johns. i I
Sternberg's.Mrs. Children's coats and sweaters at Madam Jarley's Helpers] Pete and Secretary, Miss Lucile Tatum. I Iil

Sternberg's. I jJohn-Messrs. J. E. Wilson and J. J. Reporter, Miss Kate Young. II '
S. B. Denmark, of Raiford, was Truby. I Program committee, Mrs. Hughes, Raiford, :-: Florida I j

* in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone and j Attendants-Gustine Long and Wal- Misses Ruby Poppell and Rosa Levi- I il\\ ,

.' Miss May Blossom Williams and Mr. ter Kuhl. ton. ,.

Postmaster King, of Theressa, had Henry Bridges, of the Williams Stock Mrs. E. M. Johns as Madam Jarleywas Decoration committee, Misses Frances I I ; Did you ever think how important it is, when ...
business in Starke Saturday. Co., have returned to Florida for the I
in her and
perfection long trying
Colley, Ruth Poppell, :Mary Canova I
winter and are for the present sojourning role as she introduced and explained Lois Edwards and Cleo Mitchell. I i you buy a stove, to buy one that will give you good .1j

Special sale going on at the Cash in Starke. her wax works, presenting them as The program was as follows: I ; and satisfactory service. We have on hand the I I
Department Store. one of the most wonderful and atro- '
Vocal Duet :Misses Cleo Mitchell
I :Nothing will add so much to the cious sights to be seen in America." and Florence -Matthews. i iI Alligator Steel Range, which is a beautiful stove! ,j

The U. D. C. will meet next Wednes- I looks of your house as paint. Try it.Woolsey's Madam's helpers, John and Pete, produced I:. Piano Solo-Miss Lois Edwards. I the "Lilly Darling," which is a I large six-round stove; I : t J
o'clock the residence Semi-Paste-the best and
3 at
day, 7th inst., at _gales of laughter as they at- Vocal Solo-Miss Anna Canova.
of :Mrs. J. E. Wilson. cheapest-quality considered. Quigley tended their duties. Each character Reading-Miss Lucile Tatum. the "Lilly Darling" with reservoirs and the Michiganstoves. \ t !

n. .. .n .. I Lumber & Supply Company. was costumed to naturally representthe I Piano Solo-Miss Ethel Griffin. \ From this assortment we are sure can
The W. \;. i. U. will meet Monday, part they took, and the whole I Vocal Solo-Carr Colley. I you I i
5th inst. at 3 o'clock, at the Methodist Mr. N. T. Ritch and family and Mr. find the
: scene was in keeping with the idea of Paper on Mozart, Miss Florence I just stove'you are looking for. I t11 ,t
; church. 0. J. Griffin and family motored to Dickens' exquisite humor. :
Matthews.
Jacksonville Saturday, returning home Miss Ella May Long personated the Piano Solo-:Miss Audrey Johns. ; Everybody has money, and now is the time to I "

Heaters of all kinds at Starke Hardware Sunday evening. While in Jacksonville "Sleeping Beauty" in a most life-like Piano Solo-Miss Ruby Poppell. buy fall and winter supplies. Remember that we P '
of
the of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Co.
I they were guests manner, being awakened from her I Piano Duet-:Miss Maude Williams I a
W. J. Griffin. sleep by "Prince Charming," Harold I and Mrs. Hughes. \ i buy mainly to suit the farming trade. I +

I C. B. Roberts,the Graham merchant, Wall, who was dressed in all the splen The club wiH meet again the last I i I ;
transacted business in Starke Wednes- For good shoe repairing go to E. E. dor We have just received a carload of flour fresh -1-
of of old. .
t a knight i Carr Colley Tuesday in November, and the life and i a., jI
day. Stacy. Twenty-eight years' experience' and Miss Emma Powell as John Alden works of Benjamin Godard will be ; from the mills.
1 Cut prices. Best leather, best hand- and Priscilla, with her spinning wheel, studied. I : t 4

Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, was ,i sewed work, just like our fathers used were quaint looking figures of the long 3TJI 1 Our fing weave Serge Suits are in and will :
1 a visitor to. Starke Tuesday.Mrs. I Ito I do. Work quickly done. Shop in'r'ar ago. O. W. White and Mrs. G. C. -'
'I' please the most exciting taste. : : '
of Bottling Works, Starke. Sweat as Jack Spratt and wife made )1O EL -+1 ANNINC. 1 ;

B. W. Hodges spent the week- one feel like they were looking a We selling lots of Furniture Bedsteads i
end with relatives, in Starke. Her Mr. J. T. Quigley returned Wednesday I child's book and I are .
picture listening to
home is now in Ccatesville, Pa. from Halifax, N. S., where he was the old rhyme: "Jack Spratt could cat I A quiet wedding took place last Sunday Springs, Buggy Harness, Wagon Harness, Trunks, J
afternoon at three o'clock the
at
,
the father. He
ailed death of his
than by no fat and his wife could eat no lean, i I home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Manning, j Satchels, Hand-bags, Plows and other Farming
Our line of shoes is larger ever was accompanied home by his sister, etc." :Miss :Neva Turner as the great

before. Sternberg's.E. Miss Lena Quigley, who will be the vocalist, Signora Squalena, was a particularly when their daughter, Miss Edith, was :' Implements, Lard Cans nad Gun Shells. Our customers ."
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Quigley this married to Mr. Lawrence Mosely, of I 1

P. Duncan, of Tallahassee, bank winter. Hoover as good Christopher wax figure.Columbus Cyrus, thp Ocala, but formerly of Starke. : are all pleased with our goods and our prices. t'
I The ceremony was performed by El-
has been in Starke
examiner week., duringthe LARGE SALE OF COTTON. "son of his parents," was an ancient der Griner, of the Church of Jesus We have a nice line of Ladies Dress Hats, all ,.
who
looking telescope figure in looking constantly for a new used world.Liberty" his.I witnessed Christ of Latter-day by only the Saints immediate, and was relatives styles of Shoes,[all kinds Sheetings' Outing Flannels, ;

Mrs. Maxie Peek and son, of Arkansas Gordon& Co. Buys 325 Bales From was splendidly personatedby I "
are visiting relatives in Starke j I of the bride and groom and a Comforts and Blankets.
Ginners. Mrs. M. Mitchell
Our J. who wore a
few
intimate friends. The parlor and I
and the Wateroak section. flowing white robe and carried two U. adjoining rooms were prettily decorated I ; Our line of Mens' and Women's winter Under- '

America must protect America. Are I Cotton buyers representing the not- S. flags, which when unrolled gave the in our national colors, with vases wear is very complete. i

you ready? Come to Rowand's thea- ed factor firm, W. W. Gordon & Co., up-to-date injunction" to "Buy "a Lib- of red and white roses. I

tre Nov. 9th, and see why. of Savannah, Ga., came to Starke last erty Bond. "Simple Simon, who The bride, who is a beautiful girl of I We buy Soaps, Washing Powders and other ,
was not as simple as he looked, although -
week and made the biggest purchaseof the brunette type, never looked lovelier I
constantly "fishing for a whalein I such goods in 25-case lots and give our customersthe
Hon. P. L. Gaskins, of Jacksonville, cotton that has probably ever taken than in her wedding costume, which ,

. spent the week-end with his aunt, Mrs. place in Starke. They bought from than his the mother's dignified pail.cashier, was of the no other Bankof was a navy blue suit with hat and accessories benefit of the closest prices.
bales and to match.
H. C. Richard. Messrs. Griffin & Johns 200 ,
from: Mr. J. F. Canova 125 bales, making Starke, Mr. T. H.i Halligan. Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Mosely left on the five We a give way a nice five-dollar Silver Set with :
325 bales in all. Jarley, of the "massive brow and eagleeye" o'clock train for Ocala where they will
I C. E. Murrhee from Jack-
came over was Ellery Davis, whose special every fifty dollars a customer spends with us. \
sonville to spend Sunday with his fam- By Monday afternoon the samplingand make their future home. Their many I I
trick to "raise his
. ily here. Mr. Murrhee has a god posi- classification of the cotton was fin- his was lips, which was hospitable his favorite glassto occupation friends. here wish them every happiness. I We sell Mules, Horses, Buggies, Wagons. i iI
ished. rated
The cotton No.1and
was as
tion at in the
a ship yard thetropolis. ,
No. 2. with few bales "fan- through, ..life. Miss. LouiseBessent
a as I I We the highest prices for Cotton Chickens S .
or pay ,
costumed as Joan Arc was i

$9.50.Ford M.tops Leviton.and curtains Starke. complete, I cy.weight Then of the the bales weighing ranged began.from The 340 I a striking of figure.the In fact, each and i 1 TESTED AND PROVEN. II I Eggs, and other Produce, and try to please everybody ...

to over 400 pounds, the average weight everyone wax figures were exceedingly | trade with We .
believe I
natural in the part they rep- There Is A Heap of Solace in Being I that comes to us. we Ii
L. E. Mosely, of Bay Lake, Marion being computed as 3G71h pounds per
resented. | Able to Depend Upon z We 1I- are'succeeding in this for trade better !
bale. Then the loading began, se..ebox our gets every
county, spent Saturday and Sunday the I "
: selections by the quartette and [ Earned Reputation.
cars being required for the'ship
with relatives here. Mr. Mosely is in : '
the instrumental numbers in the early season. .

the sawmilling business. ment.The buyers were experts in their part of the program were beautifully I Fcr months Starke readers have A part of everybody's trade is I solicited. ,
rendered and much the I I "
Our fine weave blue serge suits are line and their quick work of sampling, music enjoyed by I seen the constant expressions of praise! I'

now arriving for the Christmas trade. grading and weighing the cotton was Miss lovers.Eunice Ellis delighted her audi- I for Doan's Kidney Pills, and read I

A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co., Raiford witnessed by crowds of interested with "The First Reader Lesson" about the good work they have donein ..
spectators. We understand the prices ence t this locality. What other remedyever +
Fla.
| paid were satisfactory, and this large and as an encore, "That Mule Sue." produced such convincing proofof A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. f
The from this successful
proceeds : ; ,
sale deal of for merit?
means a great money
M. D. Newman has moved his repair which .
entertainment will
this part of Bradford county. were $44.05, I H. Merwin, Artesian Well contractor ; t'
shop from Coljey's to the of Hulls
rear
"; be used for the benefit of the
new The Brick Store
512 Lemon St., Palatka, Fla.,
store the t
will
near track. He appreciate -I I manse. 5 I I! i!
: "I was having considerable trou- :
your patronage.Big METHODIST CHURCH. says I I
I
ble from kidneys. At time was I II
I I my no Raiford Florida
!
line of shoes, groceries, etc., at SLIGHT FIRE. I I free from lameness and soreness : : ; .
Next Sunday is communion day at
the Cash Department Store. i through my back and kidneys. The I j 'a
the Methodist church in the morning
Monday afternoon an alarm of fire i,i kidney secretions were too frequentin ,
Miss M. Hi Sistrunk, who until late- preaching service. It is just one month was given from the residence of Mr. passage and then again scanty and - I .
until this eccleciastical closes. We I
year
I felt unfit for kind of
ly was in charge of the Western Un and Mrs. M. L. Johns, West Madison painful. any
ion's downtown office here, has moved are planning to make every Sunday street, and our alert firemen immedi- work and had to rest every little while. ', ;
specially interesting and profitable to I finally got a supply of Doan's Kidney *3
to Hardaway, Fla.t I ately hastened to the scene. But on \ RR
all who attend. Let member of t ,
every arrival found that there j Pills and they gave me relief almost \ t ;1
they was no
the church realize that it is their privilege -
After I had taken
t Meat choppers and sausage mills at need for their services as the flames I| immediately.
r attend all the servicesin
Starke and duty to three boxes, I was cured. "WOMANHOOD"t 4
.t Hardware Co. had already been subdued. It se'msthat
their church, and make these closing 1
Price CO cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply
-
k. from the kitchen flue had '

14 ,:{ and A carload horses consisting of 21 mules cess.days Should of the any year one a fail glorious to do suc-the set fire sparks to the roof. The damage was : Doan's ask Kidney for a Pills-the kidney remedy same that get The Glory of the NationUnder \ .

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arrived Monday night slight.
very
part which God has assigned them cured Mr. Merwin. Foster Milburn of the Scouts j
Boy
t' from St. Louis, for J. W. Andrews & Auspices
c they will wail at the peril of their Co. Buffalo N. Y.
Son. Props., ((36)) s
They are all sound well broken i
k; animals. soul. Let all be faithful, and reap the BAPTIST CHURCH. Featuring Alice Joice, Harry Morey and all the stars ; '
reward which God only gives to the t
i :MARKETING HOGS .
.I of the Vitagraph Cast. 1
faithful ones of His church. Last beats tkem. Seve Hoover, of
i We sell lumber to build houses and Sunday was orphanage day at burying
then The Sunday school will close its contest the Baptist church. The pastor gavea i'Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Com- '
wood to heat
them. Lumber
and
Quigley Two Shows 6:00 8:00
: for new members on the second : p.m. ;
; & Supply Co. talk on the Baptist orphanage located menced feeding my herd of about 100
Sunday in this month, and the leading at Arcadia. hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder overi '

Mrs. L. C. Prescott, accompanied by side will be treated by the losing side. The offering was for that worthy institution i two months ago. Fifty were sick and "The most spectacular, intensely human, high power-
' All who are now attending the Sunday liberal. There will off feed. : herds had cholera.I "
and Nearby
her daughter, Mrs. N. E. Hainlin, an3I'ttle was photo production ever shown The New York .1j.1jed
school will be permitted to enjoy this be the usual services next Sunday I did not lose one-they are well and
fit' son, have returned from M. with one accord lauds it as the film of the hour.It .
Let have attendance press
Myers. rare treat. us a large morning and evening to which the pub- I growing fast.-For sale by D. C.

I these last two Sundays of the lic is cordially invited. Jones, Starke. Nov. 29162330. portrays the three great loves of woman's life, the ,.

The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian contest. love of a maid for a man, the love of a mother for her j
] .
Our league meetings are doing splendidly .
church will meet next Tuesday afternoon and any young person who child the love of_a ,woman for her country.
i the 6th inst, at 3 o'clock, at the
misses these services are losing
: good
residence of Mrs. N. B. Hull. i The DONT FAIL TO SEE IT AT I
entitled to.
much that they are '
.
Senior League conducted the entire General Insurance 'ROWAND'S THEATRE
, > Shall we suffer Belgium's fate? See
in the absence -
service last Sunday night "
.& "Womanhood" Friday November 9th. I
at Rowand's Theatre, A of ,
November 9th.C. of the pastor. number per- ,
sons have expressed themselves as .

A. Rowand, Jr., son of :Mr. and greatly enjoying every part on the JOS. E. WILSONSUCCESSOR ,

- Mrs. C. A. Rowand, left Thursday for program. J
T. L. Z. BARR
1.' Camp Meade, Md. He was drifted I Pastor. TO
; '. in Chester county, Pennsylvania, was '
--- 1 H. C. RICHARD ," ,'- '
examined and passed by the bolrc I waste Jt The
Time is Don't. Telegraph-the county paper
money.
s here and.wilt'now go to the above ,... the Same. Florida. hunting stray stock. ,Put an ad's contains all live State and National .r
' inentione4'cimj. f j'r his mil]&rq.trairi Few mea re reformed by marrltf Starke
Telegraph and the animals will soon news, as veil] as doings of the farm
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l't k i- $. $ $ ..;. ) i> f: NATAL GRASS. I WOMEN SHOULD STUDY FOODS. CLEAN UP COTTON FIELD WILL BE GLAD TO MAIL BULLETIN I --- JI
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!J: i i-: 0 COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS 0p I Miami, Fla., Oct. '29, 1917. Nutritive Values Are Not Now Considered Destroy Stalks and Get Rid of All the RUB OUT PAIN

: : Editor Telegraph: in Preparing Meals. Weeds and Rubbish. :Many persons in the state who are with good oil liniment )
OOv00F CI I I saw in a number of the Telegraphof interested in agriculture of one kindor the surest That*, <:-

recent date that some farmers in another do not receive the bulletins way to stop tie! > .
Cotton boll weevils "The is the greatest The
i Levy County.- average man best rubbing d
have been found in one patch near Bradford county contemplate plantingred impediment we have in attempting to WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 1.- sent out by the University of Florida lining

I Bronson. This is the farthest southern natal grass for hay. A great deal get the women of Florida to study: Next year's boll weevils! can be fought I Experiment Station. The only reason

j point yet reported in the state. of this grass has been planted in this foods and their nutritive values," de- \ery effectively today. The bureau of why they do not is because the name

+ .... I (Dade) county, and it makes good hay clares Miss Agnes Harris, of the Uni- Entomology of the United States department is not on the station's mailing list. MUSTANG1LINIMENT
& in the Ft. but. I have talked to several farmers versity of Florida extension division. of agriculture urges that all The bulletins are free.

{ c Citrus County.-Farmers to fatten I about it, and they advise not plantingit The reason is, that a man likes to eat, weeds and rubbish be cleaned out of If any person in this neighborhoodwishes
;, Cooper section are planning All have as it spreads over the country worse and he insists on having what he has Cotton fields throughout the South at to receive the bulletins promptly -

Y I'.'. and ship hogs co-operatively.and make than Bermuda grass and is as hard to always had on the table, regardlessof I'I this time. All stalks still standing in as publication is made, let him send
few head of nice hogs can
a get rid of. Therefore I deem it unwiseto cost or necessity." I the field should be destroyed by the his or her name on a postal card, stat

up a car readily. plant it in Bradford county, where "Economy in the use of food should t'I'i time of frost or as soon thereafter as ing what branch of agriculture inter- Good

there is plenty of crabgrass. begin at home," she says, "and yet possible. This cleaning up will decrease ested in, addressing the card to the for /fo Ailmtrii 0/
'. .i Lake County-Seven acres of dash- 0. J. PHILLIPS.If many husbands complain of being the possible destruction of toll Experiment Station, Gainesville. Horse, Mules, Cattle, Etc. .:

cens are being used by Montverde [ natal grass does as well in thisas forced to starve when a properly bal- weevils next year. The species is reduced The service is maintained- for the Good for
school instead of potatoes for food. A in Dade county, its virility should anced diet is placed before them. Asa greatly in numbers this year, people of Florida by the state and Paint your own Ache, ,

1 large acreage will be planted next sea- speak in its favor rather than other- matter of fact, we are eating about but although the boll weevil's! strengthis Federal governments, and the result Rheumatism, Sprains*

son. wise, for the grass could be planted in one-third more than we need. It is a weakened at present he will try to 'I' of experiments and investigations are Cuts, Burns, Etc 7

,Jt permanent plots, segregated from the part of the work for the home demon- regain some ground next year. To destroy published in pamphlet form suitablefor 2Sc. 50a $1'. At all Dealer

Calhoun County.-One sweet potato other fields, to prevent its spreading.But stration agents to fight the lavish table weeds, rubbish and stalks now general distribution. The subjects
storage house has been completed and whether our clammy soil suits it, and left-overs." i is to destroy to a large extent his; treated range from livestock to citrus

two more are under construction. The is not known as yet, and we do not Miss Harris says the table should prospective army for that drive next vulture, and the publications cover the TRESPASS; SIGNS FOR SALE.-
t advise experimenting with new plantsat f(ason. agricultural field generally. .
farmers are putting in a good acre- not be loaded for every meal. No more -- --- -
J age of oats.Walton this time.-Ed.] should be prepared than will be eaten A concerted campaign thrl1-.:IIIlt: nu Quinine:: Inat ic's IK ...:ect to fad-

oa- -that will solve at once the problemof the South, if taken up immediately WART REMOVE: Hcaus.,.f iu t,IK ( 1
:t SWEET POTATO RECIPES. the garbage can. But in cutting and pressed vigorously, will save a n n: :'. ;' in this 11iS'ne si-l dot: n- cause;
Count-People county food considerable amount of cotton n"\t, ;;. .. D"nOUiOftlllOr
I down the amount of care must 't.ix ia 1 e: KMinratr the 11111!
r.{ ] are interested in everything that be taken not to reduce the proper summer. Quick action is the Those who have animals afflicted lick tjt t'ae ii4.Tiatt.ie ei C.V.. CROVfi.same sad JOc.
watrr-I
j J' may prove beneficial in agricultural Potato Pone. quantity of certain food elements. To word for this work. Reports; with warts will be interested in knowing --- -1COFFINS
,4 f development. They are especially interested 1 quart grated raw sweet .potatoes.I make this reduction so that the healthof lh': rrau of Entomology from ail O: ,-1 !j jMen that warts can be removed by a I '

., < in better livestock raising. egg. the family will not be impaired, it I in the cotton bt! and fr.i-ii {lie I method used by, D. W. Alvarez, of CASKETS !

t 2 Three-fourths tablespoons cup butter cane, melted.syrup. is necessary that the wife know the Sf:entomologists indicate that the: Starke. Sometime ago he bought a And a full line ofUndertakers'
;' St. Johns County.-The co-operative nutrit \values of foods, and the part ha- been one of the lightest ba.J wee- young horse that had a wart on the
store at Hastings opened last month. 1 cup milk.Onehalf each food plays in the diet.It vt" :;cat:;- since the pest ente''rl ihccvntry. withers, which wa sin the way of both' Supplies!
flour.
ra f The store will both buy and sell cooperatively One-half cup is not such a difficult matter to : The only sections in \' hi. i j. :j jt'.e saddle and harness! so he decided to Automobile) IIoar.('.

._, I seed potatoes and fel tit 1 tablespoon teaspoon cinnamon.nutmeg. learn the fundamentals, and :Miss Harris iai-vige' has been l'ompIJ'lti.j i1 remove it. This was done by tying Always on hand. Thp bet serj .
+i lizers being two of the largest items Three-fourths teaspoon salt. is ready to furnish information )?-I. < y are the Sea Island sect:"m if II III. tightly a horse's hair around the base: j vice at the lowest prices. Special
to be bought. along this line to all who apply. Ask Florida and southern Georgia, ajjd the of the wart and every morning remove -
:: t Sift together the dry:! ingredients.: the old hair and tie"with a new attention to telegraph orders.
home demonstration northern portions of Mississippi
your agent.In I ,
: Combine these with the remaining in- --
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an effort to help conserve the nation's Delta. The cold weather of the early one, a little tighter than the last one. I
Clay County-Fifty-four boys so far :gredients. Put the mixture in a bak- After pursuing this for less Registered Embalmer
: supply of wheat, experimentsare part of lOlfi! ; caused a falling back of process
.4( : have pledged themselves to grow and ing dish and bake it in a slow oven being made with flour substitutes.The the weevil around the entire limits of than three weeks, the wart fell off. In --- .

.. harvest from a half-acre to an acre of about two and one-half hours, or until work has progressed sufficientlythat its dispersion! last year and resultedin the meantime he kept the wart greased -' DeWITT C. JONES

., f. some staple crop the coming year un- done, stirring occasionally duringthe the use of sweet potatoes insteadof a great reduction of weevils over with castor oil, though: it is doubt- Starke. Fla.
der the supervision of the county first of the cooking. During the ful that this hastened the eradication. ''
1ft ; last thirty minutes discontinue the one-half the flour in bread, cake, the South. However, about August 1, I 1-- c)
1! agent. stirring and allow the pone to brown. puddings and biscuit is being recom- the weevil began to regain some of its
S mended. New uses for peanuts are strength in this territory and reports -- ----
Many people prefer to serve this dish
''ti t Holmes County.-Foundation hast cold with milk or cream. When coldit also being found. These recipes maybe indicate that there will be some points

,. been built for the first sweet potato i can be sliced. It is very frequently obtained from Miss Harris at Tal- which have remained infested throughout SOUTHERN SEEDS

storage house. Preparations are under I served hot, as vegetable.. lahassee. the year. These places will be
I way for two more new houses, Potato Pudding. foci for dispersion this fall. There- 2,000 bu. Fulghum Oats at $1.75 bu.

and one old building will be remodeled I' Bridges in History. fore, it is very important that a con- 1,000 bu. Hastings 100 bu. Oats, $1.75.
i for storage purposes. 4'cups :grated raw sweet potato. The only mention of a bridge in the certed campaign be undertaken now to 2.000 bu. Texas Rust Proof Oats, $1.25;
2 cups milk. clean the fields and lessen further
r up 500 bu.
canonical Scriptures is Indirectly In Florida Black Rye 3.75: bu.
1 cup cane syrup. the boll weevil damage next
Gadsden County.-With S. C. Hood, 2 eggs. the principality of Ooslmr a.di.:trict year. 1,000 bu. Abruzzi Rye, $3.;:>0 bu.

!'specialist in sweet potato storage, the 3 teaspoons cinnamon. to the northeast of the Sea of Galilee.At 500 bu. Southern Rye, $3.00 bu.
agent visited a number of farmers to One-half teaspoon ginger. this place a bridge Is said to exist Why Boys Leave the Farm. 5,000 Ibs. D. E. Rape at 20c. per lb.

interest them in building houses for The directions for mixing the ingredients still which Is called by the Arabs "the The :St.:; Louis Glolie-Dt-mocrat tellsa Wiite for complete catalog and of all seed*

a the purpose. At least four will be and for baking this puddingare bridge of the sons of Jacob." The whole lot in a few lines when It BLOOMFIELD NURSERY
: "Host reason we have heard yet AND SEED CO.
Romans are credited with being the says
built in this county. the same as those for potato pone. !
why boys leave the farm ia I lucauseWillie's
Serve it with milk or cream. first constructors! of arched bridges Monticello, Florida
streams. calf grows to be pa's cow.
Lee County.-Since dipping vats Sweet Potato Custard.I over

have been in-use in this county, the cup mashed, strained sweet potato. LIKE AN ELECTRIC -- -- -- - .
cattle are looking sixty per cent bet- 1 cup milk. ---

ter than in past years. With fifteen 1 cup sugar. BUTTON ON THE TOES -

vats now in use and more being built, 2 eggs.
Lee county will soon be tick free. 1 teaspoon buttcrine.
After the Tells Why a Corn is So Painful
putting potato through FIRST CARLOAD OF THE

i' Lee Count-By giving the terum I strainer, add eggs well beaten and And Says Cutting Makes SEASONHAS
sugar. Stir in the milk gradually. Add
I treatment to hogs, cholera has t Iten Them Grow.
Lutterine last. Bake in a pie crust or
out. Six months
stamped ago Many custard This is enough for two
farmers did not believe in the use cf cups. ARRIVED =====
small pies or seven small custard cups Press an electric button and you
serum. Having seen results, they all
believe in it.Alachua If one is very fond of the sweet potato form a contact with a live wire which
> flavor, as much as 1 quart may be rings, the bell. When your shoes press
used in this recipe, keeping the amountof against your corn it pushes its sharp
I County.Many hogs are the other ingredients as given above roots down upon a sentsitive nerve
dying of cholera in some sections of The amount of sugar used may be lessened and you get a shock of pain.

I the county. More and more farmersare if the potatoes are very sweet. Instead of trimming your corns,

learning the necessity of treating Sweet Potato Cake. which merely makes them grow, just
their herds with anti-hog-cholera serum Two-thirds Crisco. step into any drug store and ask fora
cup
at the beginning of an outbreak Pinch salt. quarter of an ounce of freezone. This

'- of the disease. 1 cup granulated sugar. will cost but very little but is it is suf-

1 cup brown sugar. ficient to remove every hard or soft

DeSoto County.-It is up to the boysat 1 cup hot mashed sweet potatoes. corn or callus from one's feet. A few
Bowling Green. One banker has 2 cups flour.Onehalf drops applied directly upon a tender, rf

expressed a willingness to advance cup sweet milk. aching corn stops the sorenes sinstant-
money to boys who enroll in the pig 2 eggs. ly, and soon the corn shrivels up so

.if clubs and will put up premiums for the 3 teaspoons baking powder. it lifts right out, root and all, without

winners in both the pig and the! corn 6 teaspoons cocoa, or two squares pain. This drug freezone is harmlessand ,
r clubs. melted chocolate. i never inflames or even irritatesthe 4

"t.. 1 teaspoon each of cloves, cinnamon, : surrounding skin.-Adv. ((141))

l has Putnam in County.-The boll weevil nutmeg.1 teaspoon vanilla. What is LAX-FOS
put an appearance in this Coun- ,
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ty. Much interest is being taken in soil walnuts.1 cup chopped nut meat (pecans or LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA t

I. improvement work through better ) A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand
1.. farming, which means crop diversification Cream Crisco and sugar, add egg Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
and the growing of legumes and yolks, potatoes, spices, vanilla, baking Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black w j
"".'' winter crops. Much attention is being, powder sifted with the flour milk, Root,May Apple Root,Senna Leaves and
r given to the production of better live- whites of eggs well beaten and nuts Pepsin. Combines strength with palatable -
t t : stock. rolled in flour. Bake in a loaf, in a aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c S .

*J i .. moderate oven for 45 minutes. ,
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Variations of this cake be made
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if may Ii
I f Escambia County.-Boys in this by omitting the cocoa and baking it asa H ,
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county who expect to continue in the spice cake or omitting both cocoa .. J
i pig club work next year rill also be' If;
and -
spices and it
baking
as a plain -
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j members of a corn or a peanut club. cake. All brown sugar may be used 1 I 1Ii I
I In this way they will produce feed for instead of part granulated. at
I their pigs. The acre that is to be F.t
Serve In slices 3 inches by 2 incheson R e
I planted to corn or peanuts next spring plate with whipped aJ
cream dressing.
I.
I will be planted in November to ,
J rape Serves 15 or 16 people.

:I :!: oats and rye. HARDWAREW

St. Johns County.-Elkton school USE STANDARD CONTAINERS. .
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t has a pig. Instead of throwing away i W I
their lunch the children The United States Standard Con- A consigment of
scraps save I consisting 21 Mules and 5 Horses t
them for the pig. This is the way the tainer Act of August 31, 1916, went arrived tl
pig will be fattened and at the end of into effect/ November 1, 1917. Under A

'' the year it will be sold to the highest this act the dimensions are fixed for from St. Louis Monday night and can be seen at our

I bidder. The money thus derived will Climax baskets for grapes and other R q

:, be used to buy books for the school fruits and vegetables, and baskets cr I stables. The animals
library or for maps and charts, or it other containers for small fruits, Ler- or of the sizes best suited for farmers are

may be used to extend the school term ries, vegetables.A E W

one month. A patron of the school donated small variation from the prescribed : sound well broken and guaranteed. Terms
the pig. dimensions is allowed as either an reasonable. el

J. I excess or a deficiency, but cont-tinrs C. Jones
shall average as near the standatd sis IJ1
: COTTON REPORT. possible. A dry quart measure snail Starke ta.n
FloridaEDGAR 1
contain 07.: cubic inches. ,
r F. } There were 3,438 bales of cotton Shipment in inter-state commerceof ju

r ginned in Bradford county, from the illegal containers either empty or EYES

t crop of 1917 prior to October\ 18, 1917, filled is a misdemeanor and punishableby Optician Tested J. W. Andrews Judo
a as compared with 2521 bales ginned to fine. The grower who buys baskets Jacksonville', Florida. & Son

October 18, 1916. for his own use should demand a Broken Lenses Duplicated
J N. D. WAINWRIGHT, guaranty from the seller that they Same Day as Received.We pll
I Special Agent. meet the federal requirement. This will Specialize on Mail Orders vet

protect the shipper if the guaranty WP Pay Postage Starke Florida. ter
i Plies Cured lf. e to 14 Days contains the name and address of the 140 W Forsyth St. =
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l Yoer drnerist will fjfnnd mont) If PAZ" party or parties makirtg the sale of the
,4 OINTMENT fads! to crr anvca-se of Itchn,: Tell it the > for
f containers. This will direct to Telegraph and tell
f. J Blind Hl ..-.lms errroPudmgriccin(1024!: (, any prose- everybody -
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.
PAGE SEVEN


r r- low. "They came througE oUr town--. I rem-ghosts from beyond- the Rhine. He have two lodgers," be explained. .\ 'f'o '!' '!> !> '!> Jv J>

I saw 'em-I-I, Andre Lemaire. carried a gun stun; over his back anda "Who are they?" 0 ,

I saw 'em-all graylike millions of field telephone in his hands. Placingthe "One Is an American gentleman V CHURCH DIRECTORY. 'i) '.

ft t- 'em-and they're still coming! There's instrument on one of Chrlstophe's I II m' leu: and the other a Frenchwoman Q ( ;

t t'k no end to them!" I tables he proceeded to run a wire i ij "Well put them out of their rooms. BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law sQ

"But we have done nothing. They through the doorway to the street. We must occupy them." pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. e> j)

will not hurt us," the Innkeeper told j "The major is coming!" he announced "You bear Jeanne?" Christophe said. V o'clock Sunday morning service, 11:00 <$> ...tQ
; Sunday evening service <8> \
him Innocently. I to his friend the corporal who "Oui, mon pere." Q r .
7:00 B. Y.
I ; P. U. Sunday *
evening 1 ;
at once commanded his to "Then hurry child he
The man turned his piteous eyes men present my urged Q 6:45; Wednesday evening <3> ''

", upon Christophe-upon Christophe, !I arms. So they stood posed like statues Q prayer service, 7 o'clock. Everybody J -Ji\.

who had not yet learned what was In ( when Major von Brenig entered Q cordially invited to attend. t:

store for him. saluted the flag and then cast a quick V }

"Hurt?" he cried. "Hurt? You glance of satisfaction about the room. V 0 '4
RI&WDPA h 0
t 2 Just before him another figure had EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer !10
1 don't know 'em. '
They came
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BASED Cff
THEJJjRAMA. priest in
slipped inside the and charge. Sunday school, 3 .
door returnedthe
,fRQT COOPER MEGRUE into my house and nasty as you salute of the corporal and he Q 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and $ F 1 it .

H Q LWDA'R VXWEK.eorfurowr. .4 tV S41117rt2tAF'777lOTW please wanted food. My old woman ; now @> sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer &
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k fr/t. BY THS I! Q p a+ started to argue with 'em. She wasn't stood impassively looking on, much as E and sermon 7 o'clock; choir rev $ << "

; SYNOPSIS. through the shimmering scared then, and one of 'em took hold If the proceeding were merely an everyday @' hearsal, 7 o'clock Wednesday & r, .

that flickered above the tieat-waves of her by the arm. Maybe he didn't occurrence with him. But t J/l/ Q evening Come and worship with <* ".,<
cobblestones however unconcerned he appeared -he Q usi,
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I-Georgy Wagstaff daughter Charlie Brown took another
fs of Sir George, of the British admir the surveyof and she threw a dipper of cold was far from disinterested. However V 'a :
ally hints at a liaison between her gov- commotion he had witnessed water in his face like much he appeared at ease In his uniform METHODIST. L. Z. Barr. *

r erness Streetman., Ethel Ethel Wllloughby.denies It. and Henry I, from hIs room. would-and they any shot decent her. woman They- of German captain he felt anything C' pastor. Sunday school, 9:43: a. .$ "...

I I "Yes, yes m'sieu-you are right!" shot her for that! Civilian but at home In it There was, in V m. Preaching every Sunday at '
assaultingan
.:: CHAPTER II-Henry Streetman calls Christophe exclaimed presently. "There truth uniform Q 11 a. m. and 7:30
no that ?
suited Larry p. m. Prayer
on Ethel and while waiting for her talks !Is cloud flicer, they called it I was
of dust
!. to Brewster Sir George's butler who Is a I I I a and people are running -, out in the fields. The neighbors Redmond so well as that of his own Q meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 <$>
German spy. about his failure to get at down that road; some are coming came Irish Guards. 0 o'clock. Junior Epworth League >
admiralty In Sir and told me. And I hurried home to
papers George's posses- this ,
sion. He phones to German secret servo way. .IIe turned away find her dead-her that hadn't done "This is good!" Major von Brenig (1 Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior ?>

ice headquarters. from the door. And upon his broad nothing-dead! And I leaned told his corporal. And it was evident her.'Q. Epworth League Sunday evening ,
face there was an expression akin Q at C; 15. .
to : A cordial invitation is fr
CIIAPTER III-When Ethel appears ,I I out of the wIndow-and I shot two of that Lieutenant Baum and Sergeant <
he tries to force her to get from Sir' bewilderment. "What can it mean Schmidt who had arrived simultaneously tI 1 extended to all to worship with Q
'em-and then I -
ran. IIow I ran'! I
George knowledge of the sailing ordersto m'sieu? he asked. 0 us.
the British fleet. Though she believes I I And they didn't get me-and they with him shared his sentiments 0
him a French Instead of a German spy. "It's the Germans! Charlie cried in won't get me!" The half-crazed heartily. "Can we not spend the Q 1 ij .
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she refuses until he threatens her. She great excitement. peasant begs him to announce their secret marriage I i I rushed off then, shouting to right night here? the major asked. Sunday
"Oh" o
as Georgy Is suspicious, but he puts Despite the tight roJn she and left, wherever he saw a head stuck Then be proceeded to avail himself School] at 10 o'clock every Sunday /4 .
her off. I I tried to keep on herself, that one low "' morning. Prayer meeting Wed- .> I:; ..
of the aids that the
out of a window or a figure in a doorway foresight of .
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CHAPTER IV-At tea Georgy and her cry would come leaping to Ethel's 1 the general staff had ? nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. :
"The Germans long devised
are coming! The ago
Falconer tease Sir George
lover Guy lips I Ii Visitors cordially invited to a "
and Streetman makes an awkward attempt Germans are coming!" And after for just such au emergency wor- .

to talk politics. j|,i Half fearful half incredulous Henri I I ]Rim! poured the scurrying mob all cryIng "Baum" he said, turning to the lieutenant '' ICI 6.( y ship with us. Ladies Aid meets $ .
stood the first .
Christophe stock still and gazed j i' Sunday in each month. 3>
CHAPTER V-Charlie Brown newspa. at themt'rlcan. the same dread warning. 'have you the papers aud the I Q t
stupidly d'
of New York entertains the tea
per man Charlie Brown from the Wilhelmstrasse1'Lieutenant
was getting all the ,
party with his views on the threatenedwar "That I cannot believe!" he said at map I 0 <\ '!> + '!>
In Europe. color the most ambitious reporter : Baum saluted and at -.
I last. But in a moment more he had l .
CHAPTER VI-Guy Falconer declares to believe it. Even little Jeanne I could have coveted. He turned a sober once he handed some documents to his I : ;; i.

that If war comes he will go to Cuba. Ills knew it. She face to old Christophe. superior olliccr, who scanned them + + + + + + + A
mother and Sir George reprove him. came flying into the I II' "This is going to be bad, old man!" quickly. + LEGAL NOTICES '0.

Charlie says Guy la spoofing. I'i ther's room and arms.Hung herself into her fa ne said 'Lion d'Or!' he read! aloud. 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .

CHAPTER VH-Capt. Larry Redmond "It's like some hideous nightmare Proprietor llcurl ChrIstophe: NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR T.IJ[[()
Of the Irish Guards calls on Ethel. The Ion pore, mon pore! The Germans 'e
I Ethel exclaimed. Henri UNDER SECTION' 8 OF fll.\PTEK 4t.. (.;
two had been undeclared lovers and now are coining!" she nil'dln Bring Christophe he ordered.At .. 7 "
be asks her to him. She still loves terror. "Yes madame and LAWS! or n.oKlru. ,
marry j this is but the that the innkeeper himself I
Her father looked down at her Hcn-liy notice 's riven that T. 1. Alderman
him. but tells him she Is married. ten 1' ,
beginning Christophe informed her purchaser
1! : topped forward of tat palicirtificatcs mimt.fr..1
derly.
CHAPTER mi-Ethel finds that Larry gravely. "I am HPMP .'uristophe," he "You Are Quite Safe, My Child." rrsiM-ctiu'ly :"_6. _:7, 212. 211 and :215! issued ,
knows Streetman as a German spy and "There, there! Ho not ('Q'r'! ChrLstopbe announced l>y the Tax Collector for Bradford county
that Streetman had a wife In Berlin when I Charlie Brown remembered then in Florida, each of sail certificates tainir dated .
said, tryiiig as lest he could to a quavering'olcl', even as
he married her. The others come In and that Madame de Lone, as she wished IaJ.r011 P.renlg pave her one last the Cth day of St-ntrmlrr.. D. 1l15! hm fil.d
to them comes Sir George with the news ; calm her fears. "They will not hurt to be known still lingered there. And Sergeant Schmidt was starting to order. the aid' certificatt* in my office and hin made J'
that Germany has declared war.on Rus- search for him. apid ration for tax died. to i issue in accordancewith .
1"I
lia. you or 111('. he did not like the thought of her facing \1111 tell those two-those guests- IIITh... raid rertifiratt.,. respectixelyemlirncp I 'I '
I As for Charlie nl'Own-he promptly : that oncoming German horde. "Oh you speak Englf.h'! the major they shall report here to me at met>." the foll.wint lands in Kradford county .
CHAPTER IX-Guy wants to go at once : said. "Oui. m'Mi'u." Florida, a-isessid in the names resixctitely
forgot all .Tcanue Christophehurried
with Larry to enlist. After the others go per considerations. lie "If you'll go to your room I'll come "Yes m'sieu!" Chritoplu'! did not hereinafter particularly set fnrth. to-wit : "'
Ethel wins Larry's consent to have her I became at once the newspaper man. i to you if you want me-if there's any away then. Certificate No ".:1mt.raef'fl XF. of S\V'l ,
assist him In the secret service work his e the know why be had committed that ".\1I1} S'e.:9. : Tp. 4. S. U. 20 6dd acre, as cw.d '.
news-gathering machine. need. he said. now. m'sicii. I go to prepareyour : .
doing for England. tnJ.nown
breach of policy. But he was tofrightcuttil
I "The Germans; ."Yes dinner," her fllhertold the officer. I Certificate No. 227 "
are coming! And I'm -yes! And oh! those poor poor embraces the fallowing;
CHAPTER X-Streetman again calls in the thick of it! Cud what a story!" people!" she cried. ovon to reproach himself! for "Ju't a moment! You have here no'firearms I Cum 21(1 yard* S of MV cor of sJVlot; SK't 1
eon Ethel. She gets from him an admix the inadvertence. I and run S 51 2-3; yd. E. 70 S3 23yds. ;
lion that he Is a German spy gives him < be exclaimed. It was what he had "Hadn't you better close the doors?" of any description"n ?" I A. 70 yds bit of W, &'t'. It Tp. 5,S .,
false information about the British fleet I I dreamed of. Charlie asked the "You are the proprietor of this inn? ":\: P. ni dell." R. 21 E., 2 acne nasesscd J. II. Denmark.
.
innkeeper."Why i.
and wins his consent to her co-operation Certificate t
.
the officer demanded No. 232 mbrAce K' of K'i of I .'
with him In hla work. She tells Larry Henri ChrHophe put his daughter: m'sieu I shall only have to "You have no telephone? NV'if S\V i and all XE' of SWV of .

of els.this and agrees to meet him in Bruit* I away from him as an uneasy thought: open them," Christophe replied. "I am "Yos, iifsii-u! "XoiKm'sieu.." Ky.. Sec. 10. Tr>. fi. S. It 22 Er E 30 acre, i 'J'o.
Major von I'.renlg: barked out an or assessed C. G. Holland. ..
not afraid m' ie\l." Major von Hrcnig wheeled about .
crept over him. Certificate No. :2'14!: embraces \V> of
CHAPTER XI-In the Lion d' Or Inn I der to his And I Ntfti ,
men.
at "I straightway theydo"'d then and waved his hand of XF.,, Sec. 11. Tp. 6. S. R. 22 },
Courvolsler, Belgium. Larry and a French I I "Go to your room. Jeanne, and stay wWi I had your nerve, Charlie both the shutters and the at some a.i'sj.eil C. Rot Hathauay. 20 aens. -

spy arrange for a secret telephone In the there till I call! you," he said gently. told him. ".\11 this has certainly got great large placards which his men had already '. Certificate No. 245 embraces of ,
I S'j
I door that the street. Meanwhile I NW'iof r
inn to forward Information about the gave upon .
German advance. Christophe. the land A confused murmur, as of many my goat. It's the limit." fasti-nod to the walls of tilt SE',, &.:. II, Tp. 7. S. I:. 22: E.. 20 acres i
tile major examined his .
ssed James
a
s' Clark.
lord tells his daughter Jeanne that there.r.U I I I voices papersfurther. room. ..
be no German Invasion of Belgium. shouting in the distance penetrated Christophe, by a quick sibilant Unless call Certificates shall t* redeemed according "
that still room where they wait sound enjoined caution. "Xow my friend you see those proclamations to law tax deid will i>sue thereon on
I 1 I "You have a daughter," be announced i" he the Slh day of NovimUr, A. I). 1917. ,
CHAPTER XII-Charlie Brown hunt led. And with moment that "M'sieu inquired.
I every they are here! he warned Witness
at length "Jeanne MarieChristojibe. my official signature and seal this .
tag for a war. arrives at the Lion d' Or "Yes m'sieu."
passed it grew louder. him. 21th] Jay of September A. P. 1"17. .
and meets Ethel there. "
I I I From his post in the window Charlie He bad when the and a servant Louis? "It I is well that you heed them; the W. T. WEEKS
scarcely spoken (SEAL)
CHAPTER XIII-Ethel is told she Is to Henri Christophe told him that the oflioer CI..rk.By .
operate the secret phone. A mob of refugees Brown beheld a column of people first of the gray-cladlnnlt1ers was momentarily facts wore said sternly "It there In any R. A. WEEKS 1 '.
flee past the Inn before the oncom sweeping[ up the road. They were still t framed in the window. so. attempt at communication with the 9-28-61. Deputy Clerk. '
ing German host. The German advanceruard open "Whore are they?" the officer asked .
arrives. some distance off. But even throughthe lIe rode a bicycle-that forerunner of: him then. enemy, If there Is any attack on our : .\

dust' he could see that it was a destruction. And a fine cleanlookingyoungster men by civilians from this house or BILL FOR DIVORCE.In ,',

And he had already reached the door horde of frightened people, men women he was one of the pick of "The servant fled with the others," any other house, the Inmates of that Florida.Circuit Bradford Spurt Eighth Judicial Circuit of I .'

to take his departure when he came tot children. the kaiser's first-line troops. Cool l Christophe replied. "My daughter is house together with the mayor of yourtown L. H. Green county. i -1 f

sudden halt. "Now may I ask you I I "Where are they from my friend?" alert businesslike, he pedaled deliberately in! her room m'sieu" He turnedtoward whom we hold as hostage will vs Bill fur Divorce s.

are Madame de Lorde?" he inquired In Charlie asked his startled host."ThE'Y on as if unconscious of the black the door through which littleJeanne all be shot. It !is a warning to others. Stella Green Notice to Appear a

his quaint English. come from many miles away looks that met his coming. And as he had sought asylum. ButIajor We do not wish to do these To Stella Green Greeting:
vou Brenig stopped him. It having been shown by affidavit that the
"Yes! I think m'sieu," he answered. "1 passed the inn he turned his sunburned things! but this Is war, and we must defendant Stella Green is a non-resdcnt of tiI;

"Now: It Is perhaps best that you be know everyone In this neighborhood; face so that he might seize a quick "Xo, I shall do that, he Informedhim. protect ourselves. .You understand the State of Florida, and that the residence of

told," he continued. "Before but And at his bidding Sergeant ?" said defendant is unknown and that there is s
comprehensive glance at its Inte-
and these are strangers to me.
I Schmidt no person in the state of Florida the pen'ice ti
you came a gentleman In the service "Here they come!" the Americansaid rior. Cumbered with full fighting kit sprang forward to find the "Perfectly sir" said Henri Chris of a subpoena upon whom, would bind the said "

of your country a gentleman who met as he he showed girl. Her father simply pointed towardthe tophe. defendant and that said defendant is over the at.
the of the was none of the fatigue M
excitedly; as vanguard
In proper door. And his heart sank as are of twenty-one yean. .t
you Brussels-he ask for you. I: rabble poured up the street almost to that bad all but overcome Charlie "We shall take what supplies we It is therefore ordered, considered and adjudged .
Ethel started at his announcement. he realized the fright that would seize need that the said defendant Stella Green, i:
Brown before he arrived at the Lion the major continued "but any .
the place where he waited ntut
the timid little thing at such do appear to the Complainant's R.ll of Complaint
And she drew to him."Captain" a sum .
nearer
I:. watched. "You'd better go to your d'Or. On the contrary, he looked fit mons. But he had not long to ponder officer or man who refuses to pay youa herein on or before the 3rd day of December ,. .
Redmond! she exclaimedIn room, Madame de Lorde," he told as a prizefighter, trained to the min just price you will report to me, A. D. 1917 in default wheraif a decree
upon that; for Major von Broniff pro eonfesso will be entered against the
a low voice. Ethel. ute. And behind him rode another as and he will be punished. If you demand said Stella Green. .
straightway resumed his catechism
i. "Ssh-ssh-madame!' he warned her. like him as a second pea out of the an unjust price you will be pun It is further ordered that this notice be published .
I had she admitted.But .
"Yes perhaps "You have six rooms, he continued '
in .
the Bradford County Telegraph a
"It ished.
was he he whispered."Is same pod.Charlie .
she still lingered fascinated! by "Two of these will be occupied by my newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford
he here?" she asked eagerly. the contagious fear that impelled thosepeasants Brown gazed at them breath self and officers for the night. You "Yes, m'sieu." County Florida weeks. once each week for eight; consecutive ....

"He could not wait. lie must re onward. A man, disheveled lessly. He was conscious of a mightye will have them prepared at once, two The subdued innkeeper had already IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto .

turn to his'work," he enlightened her wlld-(' 'ul. thrust his head In at th ''I admiration for those two infinitesimal beds each. The other four rooms will I started to leave the room when the set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit ..'"

"But what was he doing here?" she I door of the Lion d'Or. cogs In the great German military ma be shared by the infantry who will be officer's keen eye caught sight of something ,' A. D.Court 1917.on this the 25th day of September 1"

demanded In alarm. "The Germans are coming!" he chine. And he said to Christophe In stationed here. For them you will ,: that immediately Interested him. W. T. WEEKS. '

The little Frenchman waved her to warned them. "You'd better get out- an awed whisper: need make no preparations." At his feet he noticed a hasp and pad 9-28-St. (SEAL) Cleik. '

a nearby chair. they're coming this way!" he repeated "Gosh! They're not afraid are theyn'olle ? Henri Christophe bowed obediently lock. And with characteristic German ,

"Not .\ might pot them from a win thoroughness he at once desired to BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .
so close madame he begged.She breathlessly. It was plain that be "You have ground bore-enough to Circuit Sib
Court Judicial Circuit of
solve the
sat down obediently had run tar.nd immediately he dow. The thing might happen any graze two hundred horses," the mat mystery. Florida Bradford County.

"What was he doing here?" she started on ngaln. But Charlie Browncalled moment. ter-of-fact major proceeded. "You "Wait! What's this?" be demanded."Only Daisy Miller '::.

"Perhaps they are not afraid because the entrance the wine cellar \a Bill for Divorce
asked.
to him. have three cows two horses, a haystack C. W. Miller.

"He came to arrange about the telephone "Wait a minute!" they know It they are killed they will plenty of chickens and pigs.: Is !! Christophe told him. Notice to Apptarr'

." the fellow told her. "It Is "You are sure?" Christophe inter: be well avenged" Christophe an that not ri/bn"/ "Open It!" Greeiini The State: of Florida to C. W. Miner I

his plan. posed. swered. And then he saM, "Itea11 y, "Yes ni lieu. quite right!" the innkeeper "Yes. m'sieu." Henri Christopho It having been shown by affidavit that the .

"1113 plan! Then he will comeback The man came inside then. m'sieu do not speak English. I ask \ replied. He was staggered, stooped and unlocked the heavy pad Defendant C. W. Miller iN i a non-resident of the
stale of Florida and
that the res'dence! of raid
-" you to go. It may be easier for m e' lock. "Voila m'sieu! he exclaimedas
"Sure! Sure! They're not a mile stupefied/ by that amazing and accurate defendant is unknown and that there is no
"He could not be certain, madame." Please, m'sieu, quickly!" inventory he lifted the trapdoor one in the state of Florida the service of asut .
ahead! he gnsped between great sob- .
|Ian | I "But he's alive, and well-" She like breaths. And already ChrIstophee '8 The American reluctantly left the ".\Il these we shall take; but we "Good! said 1 "the major as he I ant and that said defendant is over the axe .e

could hardly wait fur his answer. window. lie did not want to miss a shall of course pay forthem" the olllcor ]- pt'erwl' into the dark cavern. "Lateron i of twenty-one y ars. 1\

"Yes madame, quite so." single; detail of that amazing! spectacle. told him. you will bring; up some wine. It I ju'Iycd' i that therefore the saidca! ,.,. considered C. W.and Miller ad ;

"Oh. thank God!" Ethel murmured But he hall1o wish to involve the worthy An.l ilion Sergeant Schmidt returned, will: be excellent for tonight" I in aptnar to the complainant's of complaint

In a tone of vast thankfulness.Her innkeeper in any needless trouble.So with little! Jeanne cowering beside his Christophe had started to close the ,here'n on or IK.fore the 3rd day of Decemlxr. ..
A. D. 1917 in default whenof decree
fellow-spy smiled at that- he started for the stairway. bulky: tigure.t the night of her father trap when the major halted him again. pro conG.+sn will be entored auain a the '

happy smile."I "Well, you know where to find me," she rusted across the room aud "Is there any outlet to the cellar said C. W. Miller.It t
is further ordired that this notice be
published
am glad I have told you; he i he said. A band was playing outside. clung; to him, a piteous spectacle. save this? he asked thoughtfully. in the Bradford County Teleirraph. a

said. "I had thought; perhaps It was kc Every moment the strains were growing ".\h. mon pore, I am afraid-I am "Xone, m'sieu. newt.iai published at Slarke. in Bradford '.

-an affair of the heart. lIe had the ii iik more distinct And Mr. Brown bad; afraid," she stammered. "liaum." said the major "make sure consecutive county, Florida wieks.IN .once tact week fur eight 1 .

look. And now, madame, for hardly disappeared to regions above He patted her gently. he Is telling the truth-that no one WITNESS: WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset .
r What will do when German led could esfliipe that way" my hand and affixed the stal/ of our Cr-
you permit me to a corporal a squad "There there, Joanne-they will nOr of
cuit Court on this the 1'Jth day of s..tt mlwr.
f fIi fr
you. It is for Trance." / of eight men bodily into the Lion d' hurt you," Henri Chri>tophe said. Lieutenant Baum saluted and detaching A. D. 1917. !I

"And for !" flashlight from his belt I he W. T. V/SIiKS. I
Larry Ethel murmured Major von ISreni!; looked: with some 921St. (Seal) Clerk.
oftly. CHAPTER XIV. slight perturbation upon the sight of descended the steps that led Into the ,

It was Ethel's turn to warn him[ the frightened girl shrinking againsther cellar

then. For a door opened. Henry ; Ethel Makes an Impression. natural protector as it he still had "Xow you may po cook dinner" the HerebyNOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
is given that under and
Christophe had returned. I ., Those German infantrymen were aformidablelooking power to shield her from all evil major told! the innkeeper. virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure by .

"Good day m'sieu!" the little man company to descend "Xo niy pretty little one we are not made and rendered by the Judge of .
aid the Circut; Court in and for Bradford County
cheerfully And he departed. f upon a peace-loving Innkeeper such as devils he sa ill. "We will not harm (CODlI.1pd Next Week.) Florida, on the 27th day of Sc'1.10 mLer.

"Ah madame! Dinner Is ready Henri Christophe. It was indeed no you. I am a father myself." 1917, in favor of N. L Knight ly her next j .
t
; Christophe announced to Ethel. "And wonder that he viewed them with apprehension "There-what did I tell !" friend. D. E. Knight complainant and acainatJennie ;
exclaimed
you
ft r Notice to Debtors and Creditors. Lou Noble and her husband, L. M. Noble .
where Is the American gentleman?" '' as they stood thereat parade the relieved Henri. All indebted the d<.fi.ndants, the undersigned will offer for

r. "I fancy he will be here directly" % l I Ii rest and stared stolidly Into his "You are quite safe my child," the persons to estateof sale! in front of the court house door in Stinks .
Carter Xewsom late Bradfordcount
of
she Bradford County, Florida\ during the !val
told
him. startled face. It seemed to him that major added-"so long as you obey" )., Florida deceased are requested hours of sale on Monday, the 5th day of November ..

"Ah good good! But we must n litTic O 1/ 1 wherever he looked he met the determined Already the summer air vibrated to their said debts forthwith A. D. 1917 to the highest and list ,
pay bidder for cash the following real estate
poll the chicken," he said. He had impersonal almost Inhuman! with the far-or boom of heavy guns. and all persons having claims againstthe wit: to

taken especial pains with that chicken blue eyes of one of those businesslike And now a bugle In the street outside estate An undivided one-half interest in lots Five
said
and he wished j I Germans And there are requested to present and Seven of Block Eighteen in the Town of
it to be served at was something blared an order to the troops that were
: them duly authenticated, withinone Starke. Also) commence at southwest. cornerill
Just the proper moment sinister In the very way they crowded filing past the Lion d'Or. year from this date or they w of {lot owned by W IL Rivers, thence run .
"I say!" Mr. his Henri couldnot West along the North line of Madison street a
Brown exclaimed. "I hostelry. Christophe "Ob papa, the little! creature crie d. be forever barred.
Just thirty and one-half feet, thence run North one I ."
happened to glance out of my win help feeling that even so they Hut Henri Christopbe knew that the October 12, 1917. hundred five feet thence Southerly one hundred -

dow. What's going on over there?" would crowd every house, in BelgIum situation must be faced. X. D. WAIXWRIGHT ten feet to the point of commencement.All .

"Why nothing m'sleu!" his host replied To him they seemed like locusts sent Sow, Jeanne will you prepare UYer lying in the Northwest Quarter of South-
Administrator of the Estate of Carter wept Quarter of Sec. 2S. Twp. 6 South. Range _
happily ".\nd your dinner Is by a displeased God to swarm o rooms in four and six-two beds in Xewsom deceased. 10128tTo 22 K.. and adjoining said lots 5 and 7 of blk .j

ready. it is delicious I promise you." tile land until It should be filled to each? In the others these gentlemenwill lit above descrbed. ;,
The landd intended to IK descriUd. above
Curiously enough Mr. Brown's In I overflowing. And always he sleep" He bent over her In orderto Cure a Cold in One Day. was the homestead of W. H. Ith'era deceased, "s
terest In dinner had suddenly abated. told himself there would be countless emphasize' his words. and which was conveyed by the said W. H. '
Take tAXATIVR BROMO Quinine. It stops the Rivers to Jennie Lou Rivers and Harry Rivers
"But something Is happening! Look throngs to fill the slightest gap In But we have guests already," she Cough and Headache and works off the Cold a few months .before the death of the said W. \t

for yourself!" he urged. their grim ranks. reminded him. Drul/2i.: t* ft fund pioney i( it fails to core, H. Rivera and lying and being in the Town .'
"The Germans K. W. CROVF s O natnTe on each box. J f Starke, Bradford nor da.
Henri yo Comingl"neIghbors o County
Christophe went to the door While Christophe viewed them with Her father turned a rueful face upon J. C. I'OPFELL.

and gazed down the village street. crowded through the doorway mingled alarm and amazement, a telephone the major. 1 Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- Special Master in Chancery. .

dud whie hcgtood.there, l looking( > anal peered curiously at the fel sergeant joined those c tar -\h. m'sieu. I.had forgotten. We erybody. Advertise! A. S.Complainant's CREWS, Solicitor. 10-5-Ct .J"


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t I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBERCounty Z, 11 .

PAGE EIGHT.' ;..7.Hs .....r.:.. 17..t:.
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\ II' >> 'this choice spirit. From her place in I ReW.. L. Overstreet and daughters -: o'clock. Subject, "Who is-Talling the witaaamra! *. We 11 ,-- .. ""'':

I"the choir invisible" her little "oice'sa's Misses Carrie and Emma, of Lake <: Strings" The public is cordially invited soon be back in school 'I'

) "Come." Butler, visited friends in and near : to attend. Admission free. We are glad to report that 1
God Lawtey last week. i A regular convention of Hampton lie Starling IS able to &.'Ji.
Precious babe, may give us graceto sit
1 meet "beyond the sunset's Mr. Tom Whitehead, of Jacksonville I camp No. 103, W. 0. W., will be held after two-months' illness. up a- ;

= News Items i crimson glow you!" was the guest of relatives in this evening. Among other important'I Rev. Jas. Strickland filled hi. "

PAUL KENDALL, Lawtey last week. I business, !sixteen new applications will lar appointment Sunday '
mOrn ,
visitor'to be balloted on. A cordial invitation is r.ieht at Middfeburg n; ard .
Pastor Methodist church. Mr. A. M. Blanchard was a :
I extended to all visiting members. i Mrs. George Wilkinson "
last Saturday. j ,'1.
Jacksonville
I 1
Inttrtftinj Facts Gathered During the V/eek by Our i ii Charlie Shepard came down from: Our high school is progressing nice. mess trip to JacfconvUfeTrifcJ_ l j
BROOKEFI.I l ly under the able management of Prin- )lr::. Lewis Carter
ffiLV
Refular Correspondents., Yulee and spent Sunday at the home j and ;f
l'I cipal C. C: Hobbs. Dora, were guests of 3BH
i ',I of his parents. Mrs. Henson : ( :
o f Rev. W. F. Walters filled his regular visitor I -o Sunda). ,. l
I Mr. James Sheppard was a ,
t r -- I I apopintment here at the Free Will to Jacksonville last Saturday evening. : RISING. :j Mrs. Sarah Moreley of Starke. j:;
( visiting hEr '
E' GRAHAM. I ter the evening sermon the Epworth :: Baptist church last Saturday and Sun- Mr. T. Stark came over from Jacksonville | I W. B 'rd. parents, }Ir.'and: 3Lri.1.: t'
.. League was organized, the first meet- ,day. and spent from Saturday tH( II I ;
I II ing to be next Sunday evening, at six |'!i Mrs. Monk and baby, of Montgomery Monday with his family. '' A large quantity of cotton was car- ], School I Honor Di.j ,y ii t f

I Mr. Roy Roberts and wife visited o'clock. Ala., is here on a visit to her Mr. J. H. Moore, one of the leading vied to Lawtey last week from this 'Primer-Leonard Stri I r! I

e : i. relatives here Sunday. Mr. C. D. Moore went to Jacksonville sister, Mrs. A. B. Shaw, of this place. farmers in East Lawtey, informs us section and sold at a good price. Katie Wilkinson. i
Miss May McKinney, efficient primary Monday to see the play "Ben Mr. L. A. Brown, one of Brooker's that he had 51 1-2 bushels of rice Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis, of Pine First Grade-James 10St1ey '
i teacher in the local high school, Hur." progressive merchants, was transacting I threshed outcast week from one acre Level, attended church here last Sun- '' ton Johns, George Moseley r and Pn..!

'' 1 1 visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Hanson, the insurance representative Vusiness in Jacksonville part of of land. Mr. Moore is in the lead so day, and after church they visited at i I Haymans.

t J. A. J. McKinney, near of Gainesville, was in our city last week. far. Some rice, that. j the home of M. M. Crosby and family j:: Second Grade-1laude Ud"

: during the week-end. Gainesue'I' Tuesday and Wednesday, attending to Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and interestinglittle Messrs. E. Whittemore, A. J. Lowery i Mr. Ben Lewis, of Georgia, visited'1 1 Padgett. .... ,

L 4 I E. R. Poppell of Starke re- business. daughter, Edyth Jewel, of Val- J. H. Lowery Mike Futch, Hen at the home of his brother, Mr. E. J. Third Grad Maude Wi1 Er.'i.!

.I I Just about 15 minutes before No. 40, dosta, Ga., are visiting her parents, ry Hicks, Champ Green and B. L. Lewis, and family last week. i',i, fie Starling, Eliza Strickland and 1nM
i Hon. T. B. Pinholster and father, on the A. C. L., arrived Tuesday, our Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby. Blanchard came over from Jacksonville ,I Mrs. Eston Brown' of Sampson City, | Wilkinson. i.
Q Rev. A. J. Pinholster, were recent Marshal, G. V. Phillips, received a tel In response to the appeal made by and spent Sunday at their homes and Mrs. Alice Oliver, of Pine Level, j I: Fourth Grade-Leo. Wipes arfl
': itors here. 'is-I egram from High Springs stating that President Wilson, special prayer was here. !:I visited Mrs. Ida Kelley last Sunday. i 1 I Clara Prescott. !

II
.. Crews, and Mr. Thos. Mills were visitors ii i- on the train and for him to arrest him. Free Will Baptist church in behalf of relatives in Starke Sunday. >; A. L. Jackson and family last Sun-1 I I .:.

to Starke Sunday. Our Marshal was on the spot when our country and the other countriesat Mrs Frances Wiggins and children''' day.Mrs. I '
t '! Messrs. N. D. Jones and son, R. R. the train arrived and secured the negro war, also for the boys who have visited relatives in Starke the first Maggie Jackson and children GUILFORD.

; Jones, attended to business in Starke and escorted him to the City Ho- been called to serve their country. part of the week. visited Mrs. A. Jackson and family j I

Saturday of last week. tel near thelake to await further Appropriate hymns for this service .-- last Sunday and Monday. j

r Mr. S. D. cubes and daughter Miss or.J were used. If we cannot do so muchto I Mrfi. M. J. Fouts was called by a Mrs. S. A. Strickland died at i
t. Edna, with Miss Mabel Byrd, motored ders.Misses: Thelma Bailey and ) help those who are preparing: for HAMPTON.! j letter from her son, Mr. A. L. Fouts, home Saturday curling, October to

; 1 to Starke Saturday. Miss Byrd won Lee Hilton, also Mr. W. A. Bailey and the.front we can go to the Almightyin I of Plant City, to come to the bedsideof The deceased had been Irving" Bad

second prize in the girl's canning club son, Alva, visited Graham Sunday. secret in their behalf. Brooker has ; his wife. Mrs. Fouts left for that ford county for many years and .
:' contest of the Bradford County Fair. Mrs W. A. Bailey was a business three boys who have been drafted and Put a 3-cent stamp on your letter! i i.: city Monday night. )I-. Fouts thinks departure is mourned by many friesr..: ,
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C. B. Roberts and James Reynolds,
'ik The stork recently visited the home !, visitor to Raiford Saturday.Dr. arc in training camp, and the community she has improved some since list Mon and relatives. Of near rolabrq'gad
business visitors here
# :' of )Ir. and Mrs. S. D. Dukes, leaving j B. M. Wilson made a business feels interested in them. of Graham were day. following survive her: Her hubu! {
gyp a fine girl. { trip to Jacksonville last Tuesday.Mr. I I Mrs. F. A. Scott, district nurse, wasa W?lin(>sda '. I I I I A. L. and J. S. Jackson were busi- a son, Mr. Berry Strickland, of Gtil.t.(;
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Mrs. 0. K. Prince, of Dade City, IS'
-+, Mr. S. D. Dukes has purchased a J. D. Cobb was in Jacksonvillelast pleasant visitor here last Friday. the of ness visitors to Raiford last Wednes- '' ford, three daughters, Mrs. Alice BaU*
the week here
is 1 new Ford touring car. Tuesday on business. I I Miss Gertrude Thomas, of Little spending guest day. ten, of Jacksonville, Misses EWt; ell
1 Mr. J. Perman Roberts, of Jacksonville When the A. C. L. freight arrived Springs, spent last week-end with her relatives. I I I I R. M. and Britt Alvarez, also Math :: Sue Strickland. Also three brotwl

visited his parents: Mr. and Mrs.C. last Tuesday night about 10 o'clock,1 I parents near here. here S. R. Johns., of Starke, was a visitor 'I'I' Fowler visited Jacksonville last Tues- :' Messrs. Beuben and Moses CaJea ;i'

B. Roberts, recently. our marshal received a telegram from I Mr. J. II. Surrency and family, of Sunday.A. day. 'of Stark. 'and Mr. John Coleaaa, cf':r
J. Strickland and R. T. Kennedy, '
.. Mr. E. N: Gunter and Mr., C. W. Jacksonville, stating for him to be on Graham, spent Sunday with relatives I| Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis were Baker county. ,
c t v: I Rawlins, of Waldo, attended regular the lookout for some negroes who had I of Lake Geneva, attended the revival among those attending the association ,, School Superintendent Poppell .

:- I I meeting of Graham Lodge No. 199, left on that train having in their possession here.Mrs.. W. Newsom, of Starke, visited deVl'nin;;cruces at the. Methodist church Sun- : at Heilbronn last Sunday. in this community last week oa 1rq.
F.t
," lot of "0 be joyful." \! I I I Mrs. Wall has returned from Jacksonville with the
evening. quite a ness trustees.
1 & A. M., Friday I her father, Mr. Geo. Melvin, Saturdayand Victor Allen is spending the weekin ; v'
I Mr. 0. M. Mains, in charge of the [. On arrival of the train a search was. Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville.W. I I where she went to'a hospitalfor W. M. Thomas, of Worthingtca-m'

9IMF ginning plant of Mr. C. B. Roberts of 1 I made and three negroes were found in and Mrs. H. SJ! Warren and P. Pitts has the weekat treatment, but finding that her ,: here Sunday. i ;-j
: spent past
.' this place, attended to business in the I I a coal car with about 40 quarts of li- brother, J. Warren, of Clayno, attended Ga. where he to trouble was incurable, being a cancer j, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Donjlan'ifF
Ray City expects
.. I city of Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. quor. When they saw they were discovered -I services here Sunday and Sunday move with his family.in the near future of the stomach, she returned to her Worthington, were guests Sundayx'j o
W. H. Hayes and brother, Mas- two jumped out of the car and night. home. Mr. J. E. Douglass. ?

r I ton Hayes, of Gainesville, were hereon made for the woods, buf the two officers -I, Prof. Griffis and family spent Saturday The. revival services- at t the Methodist -r" There was a mistake in last week's ([ J. E. Douglass is suffering vita i
business Friday. The former represents turned their pistols on them and "in Starke. paper of the names of the party that : bad hand.
..;.. !i Gordon & Co., cotton factors fired two shots. One of them thought Mrs'P.; Colson and Mrs. I. W. Pin- church closed Sunday evening, came over from Middleburg. They'I I Mr. and Mrs. H. Roberts, of UIt
the entire week. The
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I}; I'' of Savannah. The latter is a student that the bullet came too close to him holster, Jr., were in Starke Saturday after continuing were )Ir. and Mrs. R. J. Register, son I City, spent the week-end with the W.
"I Rev. Barr;of Starke conducted
pastor, ,
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: at the University of Florida. and halted, while the other escaped.The afternoon shopping. ( and daughter, Mrs. Alma Dillaberry, ter's sister, Mrs. C. C. McCaU l'
Mrs. A. Lane and daughter, Mrs. W. one that was halted and the one Among those who attended services : every of the service entire, knd community had the cooperation and baby. We are glad to welcome Misstha T--

r r, A. Dyal, were shopping in Gainesville I f I that remained in the car were taken here Sunday night were Mr. and Mrs.J. P. B. Hunt is again section foremanon i --+--- and Thelma McCall back fns"I
into custody.Mr. I Mr. Mrs. Alvin I Lake City, where they had keen
Saturday. Miligan and and
I
I the G. S. & F. railway bee, and
Messrs. R. N. Dowling and son, E. J'I!I and Mrs. A. E. Mixon, of Balti- McKinney, of Louise. has moved his family to the* section I j CLAY HilL. ( tending school.

f Dowling, were recent visitors to Jack- more, Mr., were the guests of Mr. and We are glad to report Mr. Jack house furnished by the railway com I i!' Prof. J. M. Groover drove ortrll

sonville. I I Mrs. D. F. McDonald last week. Theyare Googe back from the Gainesville hospital pany. P. J. Pearce has accepted a position -j' Cane grinding and potato digging Brooker Sunday.
Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Deputy on their way to Miami to spend I where he underwent an opera- as apprentice foreman.B. I causes our attendance to fall off at : J. E. Douglass made a business F

W. W. Baisden were recent official visitors I the winter. Mrs. Mixon will make a tion some time back for appendicitis. S. McCain left Monday for Jasper school. Those absent last week were., to Dukes Tuesday.
t 4 here. | in Lake Butler for few weeks 1___ _
stay a Several of the Graham boys attended where he is relieving the section Curtis Starling, Darling Carter, Ellis
i i with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. church here Sunday nightMiss .
I 'McDonald foreman. Starling, Freeman Padgett, Edith j The Telegraph-the,county ppet
LONG BRIDGE.Mr. and sister, Mrs. DeWitt Victoria Douglass, who spent Rev. John Mullady will deliver a Starling, Dora Carter, Pearl Padgettand I contains all live State and Nttiod''
r4 Knight. We were all glad to see Miss some time in Hampton with relatives,
patriotic lecture at the Masonic Hall Mamie Prescott. I news, as well as doings of the fta-j
i iI j I Rhona (as we used to know her) looking returned home last Tuesday. Monday evening, November 5th, at 7 Ellis Starling is confined to his bed and home folks. '
I.I so well. I Mr. E. B. Andreu, Jr., spent'Fridayand
Raymond Oliver, of near Starke, I I
Mr. 1 I Rev. W. T. McGuire has been called Saturday in Alachua on, business.We ,
attended the meeting at
prayer to the pastoral work of the Christian are sorry to have to report Rev. i
night.
Moodys Friday I Ii
I church here and has accepted the call. A. J. Pinholster on the sick list again i
and Misses
Mr. Willie Edmondson I
i Ruby and Bertie Kelley of near Starke He will make his first appointment on but hope that he will not have, a long
I J :, the second Sunday in November, 11th and serious spell. I
1 attended church at Long Bridge Saturday -
I inst, morning and evening. Rev. McGuire A quiet but pretty wedding took ';
I night. MESSAGE TO ALL MESSAGE
Miss Miriam Adkins, of hake Butler is doing a wonderful work for I j place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,
I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Master in old Bradford county. Do I Jim Mott, of Worthington, last Sun :
i not fail to hear him. day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Their .
J. E. Adkins, Sunday.
I Mr. C. D. Addison, our ppular brother, Mr. John Mott, and Miss Lula I
Mrs. Ida Rouse and son, Herbert,
,_ barber has sold out his to Thomas the contracting parties.
young shop were
church
of Brooker attended at
near ,
Mr. Acie Brannen, who is a graduateo Rev. W. F. Walters, performed the
J Long Bridge Sunday.Mr .
and Mrs. M. M. Drake and chil- fthe Jacksonville Barber College. C. ceremony. Mr. Mott is one of of Lake

I dren,,of Raiford, were the guests ofI' D. has accepted a position with the Butler's prosperous farmers, while his Sate for 30
I Mrs. Drake's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loadholtz Barber Parlors on North bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Special DaysOF a I

R. F. Merritt, Saturday and Sunday. Dekle street. He will fill this positionfor Mrs. Roland Thomas, of the Miller

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes, of Gainesville a while, after which he intends to section. The couple have a host of

visited Mrs. Hayes' parents, Mr. live on his farm between here and Rai- friends here and elsewhere, who are
I and ford and raise cotton and fight the boll interested in their marriage and wish
.and Mrs. J. B. Crews, Saturday
Sunday. weevil next season. He is a good farmer for them a long, happy and prosperous -

Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sapp and son, as well as a good barber and that is life. :

I I Harry, of near Worthington Springs, saying lots. Mrs. Eubanks and Ruby Crosby were FALL 'AND WINTER GOODS t

visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Mrs. K. S. Duncan, of ,Owslsy, Fla., visitors to Gainesville Saturday.A :
P J. Sapp, and Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crews is the guest of her brother-in-law and literary society was organized by

a few days last week. family, Mr. L. A. Duncan. the advanced pupils of the Brooker .

Rev. McGuire, of Palatka, filled his Miss Julia Edwards High Springs, High School, and the following officers
regular appointment at Long) Bridge has accepted a position with the L. A. were elected:
.it
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Duncan Co. President Marvin Hazen. .
last Saturday night and Sunday. .." ,
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The cottage prayer meeting at Mr. Mrs. Lydia Strickland. Vive-President, Harley Hazen. dIn

and Mrs. W. T. Turner's last Sunday Mrs Lydia Strickland, wife of Mr.S. Secretary, Edyth Williams. .
afternoon was well attended. This A. Strickland Organist, Inez Abernathy.Critic .
passed at her
away of the
business
prayer meeting is held on each Sunday home near Guilford Oct. 28th. Age Roland Anderson. appreciation splendid

} i afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody cordially 61 year; Mrs. Strickland had been Program Committee, Lucian and -

-rJ&\ r ::' Mr. invited Lacy Cason to attend., of Raiford, attend- disease suffering, cancer.many years She bore with her that suffer-dread Fred Hazen meet and each Inez Friday Abernathy.Will night. at 7 have done during the last two weeks It 1|

o'clock and the _
t1 ed church at Long Bridge Sunday ings with patience and was ready to public is invited to ,
attend and take with them. Will
i night. part

,). r! There will be a play 'at the Long been answer a faithful to the Master's member call.of the She Primi-had arrange and publish the program for will continue this sale 30 days longer. Goods ;

: Bridge school house Friday night, November tive Baptist church for the past 18 each meeting every week. j
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11th at 7 o'clock. The title of years. She had many friends to whom Mr. Carlos> BeVille has moved his -
"
I 0 the play will be "How She Cured Him" her death will be loss. family from Bell to Brooker.
Besidesher
a Bret
li 1'0 .r' Cast of characters will be published devoted husband, three daughters, arriving every day. Prices to suit every- r}

e 'next week. Also there will be a special Misses Loudelin, Alice and Ella Jane, -LA WTEY.
rendered. Admission
I literary'program also one brother, Mr. B. 0. Strickland.
i will be 5 and 10 cents, the'I Interment was made in Swift Creek body. }
fence the school Mr. J. Truitt of Valdosta ;
< I proceeds to be used to cemetery.We Ga., wasa
yard. Everybody come and bring business visitor to Lawtey one day ;
r someone with You will not regretit. extend deep sympathy to the bereaved last week.
you.
Come whether
;: 1 We will assure you that it will be soothe their one, aching and may hearts.:the Saviour Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett and you buy or not. Great
worth the small Mrs.
4 interesting and well Josephine Sapp visited relative I '-
fee. Mondell Padgett. near Raiford the first part of last
Mondell, infant daughter of Mr. and week. bargains for little money. '4 :'

"o' LAKE BUTLER. Mrs. Percy M. Padgett, after a brief Miss Mary Stalsby spent several .
stay of twenty-three months in her days last week in the Wateroak sec 4I .

3 fond parents' home, has left us to join tion.Mrs. .,..A
Mr. R. E. Dell has sold out his interest the throng of happy little ones.who Laura Whitehead returned to =
in his West Butler store to Mr. always behold the face of the Father the hospital in Jacksonville last week .
v.
W. R. Moran. The store will be run in Heaven. for treatment. .7-. .
under the same manager, J. E. Harper. She was a lonely and rarely winsome James Godwin came down from Yu- '

child, the sunbeam of the home circle, lee and spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. D. F. Floyd, who has been the light of father's and mother's eyes, parents here.
working in Jacksonville for a month and the pride of the manly young Mr. S. Cline was transacting busi-

:. or two came home last Sunday to rest brother. The sweet little comrade of ness in Jacksonville last week. The Cash Department Store i

l r up for a while, as he has,been suffering the affectionate sisters, and a source' District Superintendent J. H. Mar-
from fever lately. of joy and good cheer alike to child ton, of Jacksonville, preached at the
a :Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Wadsworth spent companions and older friends.In Grace Methodist church last Sunday, J Jf

>t \ a couple of days in Jacksonville last this dark hour our hearts are both morning and evening, to quite
week. grateful for the glorious hope of immortality large congregations.Mrs. .>. ....
Mr. J. N. Thornton, of the Bradford and the resurrection life be- J. J. McLeod returned home on
County Telegraph, was here first part yond. The sweet bud has only been last Thursday from Jacksonville where THE STORE OF JUSTICE 4

'. of this week. transferred to bloom again in the she spent about a week visiting her MF i

r Brick has arrived for the Vining King's garden. husband, who is employed there. :J. .
brick building in West Butler. Though the little vase is shatteredit Mrs. E. Griffis was a visitor to
Quite an interesting sermon was was filled with rose leaves and the Starke last Sunday. r
preached at the M. E. church last Sun- fragrance lingers. The influence of Mrs. L. L. Sapp spent a few days Starke Florida

:, .! day morning by the pastor, Rev. Paul this young life will abide, binding dear last week with relatives near Raiford.Mr. .. ,
; --. Kendall. It.wag.!especially for the old Jones with a golden cord to the city of N. T. Ritch, of Starke, was attending
h: folks and the subject of the sermon love and light, made even more rich to business in Lawtey one day, 1t

1 : was "The blessings ,of old age." Aft I and beautiful by the home-going of last week. .
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