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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 9, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FALL TERM OF SECOND UBERTY LOAN WAS OVERSUBSCRIBED ITALIAN ARMYCONTINUES GERMAN SUBMARINE SINKS AMERI -

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CIRCUIT COURT BY $1,617,532,300 TO CAN PATROL BOAT; 21 MEN DEAD I( i f


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CLOSED THURS. CATTLE BEING SHIPPED FROM- RETREAT SOUTH x... wr* !

Will Not Be Necessary to Call TEXAS ON ACCOUNT OF DROUTH The Alcedo, a Converted Yacht + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .,

6y;, For The Third Loan in Jan- Was Sunk Early Monday :H.to. MERRY XMAS TO BRADFORD ++

MANY CASES BUT FEW OF uary Next. For Very Three Little Years Rain There in Some Has Counties.Been But REAR GUARDS ARE HOLDING Morning by Torpedo. BOYS.... THE IN TRAINING FRANCE CAMPS.AND IN ++ .

THE GERMANS IN CHECK .
r MUCH GENERAL INTEREST .
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$... HALF OF OVERSUBSCRIBEDFUND WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.-Railroads VESSEL CARRIED A CREW + The special committee appointed +

-: GRAND JURY MAKES PRESENTMENT WILL BE of the South were called upon today ITALY IN .GREAT NEED OF AS- OF 85 MEN AND OFFICERS +. by the Bradford County Red +

:: ADVOCATING COUNTY ACCEPTED I for aid in saving 350,000 breeding cat- SISTANCE FROM HER ALLIESTO + Cross Chapter earnestly solicits + a
j tle threatened with starvation by three + the help of every man, woman + +r .a' '
.., TO BOND FOR GOOD ROADS. "THE SUCCESS ;THE SECOND 1 years .drought in Texas. More fav- DRIVE BACK INVADERS. SHIP SANK IN FOUR MINUTES I1 and child in the county to send in +

rol- LIBERTY LOAN, LIKE THAT I orable rates better car supply anda AFTER BEING STRUCK-VESSELS a gift, either large or small, to +
}(o OFi in transit privilege were help fill the Christmas '
feeding boxes for +
The fall term of the circuit court'for THE FIRST, IS A DISTINCT TRI- of .. LONDON, Nov. 7.-The Italian ar- SEARCHING FOR POSSI- :* noble
( asked by the department agriculture our own boys in the train- + '
s* Bradford county convened Monday, UMPH FOR THE PEOPLE OF U. in the interest of the country'sfood mies are continuing their retreat from west-the BLE SURVIVORS AT' TIME OF ing camps and those already in + = f
:j;; November 5th, with Hon. J. T. Wills, and it indicated ward over the Venetian plain REPORT TO France. Whether he
WASHINGTON.WASHINGTON
S.," SAYS SECRETARY McADOO. supply, was by Tagliamento river and southward be your boy + '
and Hon. A. V.
>: presiding as judge + '"
the railroad that or somebody else's
representatives a boy, let us re- + .
** from the Dolomites and Carnic Alps {
Long as state attorney. While the plan to meet. the request would, ,be reported + member him! He deserves it. +
>". docket was rather full there were no region toward the plain. The retreatis Nov. 6.-The U. S. +
: WASHINGTON Even
Nov. 7.Americans I Friday at a meeting in At though you are sending a + '
Italian officeto
declared the
; cases of special interest by war patrol boat Alcedo was torpedoed and + box
the lanta.
responded to call for a second specially to your son, +
: From the venire drawn the follow- I be an orderly one, with the rear sunk by a German submarine in the + your ; .
Liberty war loan by subscribing I Movement of the cattle out of Texas brother or your near relative, + ,
both fronts holding
: Jn 'were chosen as grand jurors: Dan to lands in Louisiana guards on fighting war zone early Monday morning and + just small
$4,617,532,300, an oversubscription by grazing Mississippi, with a gift more will help to + E
iel W. Moore, foreman, Oscar Knight, back the enemy, and airplanes one officer and
54 per cent of the $3,000,000,000 ask- and other Southeastern points twenty enlisted men + fill a box which will gladden a + ,
. J. W. Hinson, John M. Mott, Robert F. ed and I playing an important part in harass- are missing. The Alcedo, a converted + heart that
1 only $383,000,000 less than the and also in Oklahoma and in Kansas, longs for home on that + .
,
Eivers, Allen Langford, M. A. Black- $5,000,000,000 maximum fixed by the was considered at an emergency con ing the invaders; destroying bridges yacht, carried a crew of seven officers + day. Don't disappoint us-we + ,
I the
have been thrown Tag-
that
welder Thos J. Moore, T. P. Renfroe over and eighty-five
treasury. I ferencf called by Charles J. Brand, i men. + are holding these boxes open! We +
Lon Brannen, W. A. Dubose, Geo. Tabulations completed tonight, eleven chief of the bureau of markets, when liamento and bombing troops tryingto The navy department announced the + are in hopes to be able to an- +

Hurst, W. H. Nettles, Willie A. Werts, days after the close of the nation- he lamed that freight traffic representatives : cross the stream. disaster tonight in this statement + nounce in next week's Telegraph +

J. W. Keene J. C. Manning, John wide bond selling campaign, showed of virtually everv Southern Although the Berlin official communication "The navy department has been advised' + that "Every boy from Bradford + I
asserts the Germans have now
Green, J. J. Ward. that federal railroad here for conference by Vice Admiral Sims that at + has box
every reserve district exceeded were a on a and fifty extra for the +
Several of the balance of the venire reached the Livenza river on the Vene- .1:30: a. m. November 5 the .
t4 I its quota and 9,400,000 persons moving the cotton crop. American + poor wounded soldiers of + ,
.:.11 asked to be eicused and several could tian plains, along'which it had been patrol boat Alcedo j
subscribed in the big war financing !' For three years, it was said; there ; a converted yacht, + France." + 1
not be found in the county so there operation, which Secretary McAdoo has been almost no rain in the country expected Gen. Cadorna would fight a was torpedoed and sunk by a German + Those sending giftts or money + '
: r were only four remaining for the petit retarding action, it is believed this is submarine in the war zone. One officer +
described as the greatest ever att. west of Sweetwater, Texas and may leave them at J. W. +
; jury, viz: M. J. Alvarez, J. G. Nettles, t only in the center, and that the greater and twenty-seven men are +
temped by any government.Half scores of counties show not a vestige mass- or A. M. Darby's store any "
.; J. C. Gainey and Frank Jones, and the of the over-subscribed sum 1 of grass or herbage. In the Browns- portion of Gen. von Below's forces ing. The ship sank in four minutes :+ from now until Tuesday, :

following were summoned to round out will be accepted, making the actual ville district the precipitation has been still is negotiating a passage of the after being struck. Several, vesselsare + November 13th.
) the necessary number for the petit Tagliamento or working its way west- searching for possible survivorsat + I
total of bonds to be issued $3,808,766- virtually itothing for seventeen months I
jury: C./J. Crews, T. P. Wall, L. W. 150. Ninety-nine per cent of the subscribers Thousands of cattle have died, while ward over the flat country harassed the time the report was made." + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

t Varnes, L. F. Gay, Drew Reddish, A. will receive the amount foi] tens of thousands, it was said, which by the Italian cavalry. The Alcedo is the first Americanwar .
H. Green, Sim Kelly/Toni" Thomas, J. There has been-3io: indication as to vessel to down in the
f which they bargained, all subscriptions should have been saved for breeding go war. The
where the line of Italians RAILROADS FACING
retreatingfrom
A. Morgan, W. L .Summers. for $50,000 or less being allottet purposes have been slaughtered. destroyer Crossin, on patrol duty, was large'r
the hills southward has reached. PROBLEM.
> Civil Docket. in full; and those above that amount, It is hoped that approximately 100- torpedoed recently, but she made port
'. The following cases were disposedof Nor is there any information concern- safely with the loss of -
being pared down in varying propor 000 head of those left can be moved only one man. '
ing where Gen. Cadorna, reinforcedby No ATLANTA, Nov. 7.-The
by Wednesday evening: details of the .
tions out of the state until conditions engagement were
from
ranging a 90 per cent al war-
the British and French will make of America have "
now arrived
The Home Pattern Co. vs M. Levi- lowance rant their return. The 250- given in the first brief dispatch an-
3t on subscriptions between $50, remaining
his stand, but the belief still prevails'that period when they will ex
r ton, assumpsit, damages $300; judg-, 000 and $100,000 to 40 per cent for thi. 000 must be fed with manufactured nouncing the yacht's loss. "
I* meat for plaintiff $150.58 and cost ofK : foodstuffs. the Piave river will be chosen for greatest difficulty they have ever
largest single subscription of $50
action. ,.I I this fronted in handling the nation's
000,000. I purpose.Aid CALL FOR MEETING OF B. C. T. A.
is Needed. fic, according to railway officials
A. C. L. Railway Co., plaintiff in ,
}, error vs S. W. Smith, defendant in "The success of the second Liberty THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION That aid by the Allies is requiredand shippers and officials of this city who ,
error; decision of lower court confirmed. Loan, like that of the first, is a dis-. ISSUED BY THE PRESIDENT in no unstinted measure-has been To the Teachers of I Bradford County: have made a close study of the rail- !

., tinct triumph for the people of the asserted in semi-official quarters in After quite a deal of hesitancy I road problem as it concerns the con- "?

Gainesville Hardware Co. vs Starke United States, said Secretary Mc- Calls Upon Nation to Thank God for Rome. The Teutons are declared to have decided to call the first meetingof duct of the war. .r

Lumber Co., assumpsit, damages $500 Adoo, announcing the loan results to- Blessings Received. have "staked everything on their attempt the Bradford County Teachers' As- Within the last eighteen months,

continued by consentP. I night. "It not only demonstratestheir to crush Italy and the Allies sociation for Saturday, November 17, and more especially within the last

,_,1. A. Crosby vs C. B. Moody, Isaac ability, patriotism and resources WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.-President must'rush assistance with the utmost to gather at Lake Butler in accord- six months, the railways have increased r
Moody and G. W. Lewis; judge dis- I but augurs/he certain success of any Wilson issued tonight his 1917 speed if Cadorna is to check the en- ance with the minutes of the last the efficiency of their facilities to '
qualified. future loans that may be offered by Thanksgiving proclamation, calling meeting. The meeting will be called I ax extent which was undreamed of a + c
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Thede-Moore Co. vs H. D. Randall, the government." upon the nation, even in the midst of emy.Thus far since the retreat from the at nine o'clock, if there is only "one : few years ago. In July they handled 't

',assumpsit, damages $250; plaintiff recovers The secretary added a denial of reports sorrow and great peril of a world sha- Tagliamento and the north began it :present beside myself. I 17.5 per cent more ton-miles with each

$126.70, $38 attorney's fees that the third loan would be so- ken by war, to thank God for blessings is evident that the invaders have not I Please let no one feel at all back- freight car and almost 19 per cent

i and cost of action. licited in January, 1918. "In view of that are better than mere peace of come in close contact,with the main ward about being present. I hesitatedto more ton-miles with each freight locomotive -

i" Pringle Bros. vs R. J. Andrews, as- .the large oversubscription" of the second mind and prosperity of enterprise.The Italian forces, for the Berlin war of- call this meeting because of the than they did in July, 1916.

'sumpsit, damages $500; judgment for Liberty Loan, he said, "I am glad proclamation fixed Thursday, fice tells of no great battle having been fact that so many teachers are draw- They handled almost 50 per cent more

l 1' plaintiff $106.94, $10 attorney's fees to state" that this will not be neces- November 29th, as .Thanksgiving day. fought anywhere, and does not dilateon ing small salaries and it might be a ton-miles with the same equipmentthan

K. and cost of case. sary. large number of prisoners having hardship upon many of them to be they handled in July, 1915. This

i.t Keystone Type Foundry vs T. G. FOUR-YEAR SUBSCRIPTIQNS. been taken. here, but on reflection I find that thou- was done through co-operation by the ''

f; Futch and Wm. Johnson, late partners labor in the penitentiary. After serving On none-of the other fronts than sands of people of the country are shipper in loading cars to their full ,

,/u Lake Butler Times Publishing Co. his term prosecution on the sec- the 'Italian have there been any en- serving man on'no pay at all, for their capacity, and keeping them on the
t assumpsit, damages $300; judgment ond count may or may not be with- The Telegraph's offer of a four-year gagements of great importance. The country's sake. We are intrusted witha move without loss of time in yards.

l, 'for plaintiff, $144, $35 attorney's fees drawn. Black, it will be remembered, subscription for $5 is meetng with a Canadians are holding their gains of great responsibility and I feel that But the volume of traffic keeps on ,
\ and cost of action. some time ago solicited feather beds cordial reception and the subscriptions.. Tuesday before Passchendaele withoutthe we should all feel that the least we can increasing. Increased efficiency of }
"'- Criminal Docket for cleaning and remaking and substituted are now beginning to come in at a lively Germans offering serious interference. do will be little enough, so let every equipment is difficult to obtain. To
inferior feathers for those in rate. The offer lasts only until 200 On the greater portion of the teacher be presentIn handle the commerce of the country, "
1 The grand jury completed their labors the beds. of these subscriptions have been received remainder of the western front there absence ota program committeeI and to supply the transportation need

; Wednesday evening and were dis the and at the latest the offer will have been only small encounters, in will announce the following programon ed by the government, will require superhuman .F
L During Thursday forenoon, negro -
charged. They found true bills in the be withdrawn on November 30th.
James Barber colored charged which the French obtained the advan- my own initation: effort by everyone corcerned i'
,
flolowing cases: If your subscription lacks a few Invocation-Rev. L. both the railroads "
tage over the Germans. A. Rawls. by and the us-
State vs J. P. Black, grand larceny with entering without breaking, was months of being out the four years I
y ; Gaza, on the Mediterraneon coastin Address, "Reasons Why the Schools ers of the railroads.
sentenced in the reform-
to
two'counts; pleaded guilty. one year will simply be added to your present Palestine, has'been captured by the Should Increase in Capacity and Efficiency I y
State vs Joe Starling; criminal intercourse atory.J. date of expiration. In other words the
Their War Time
British, and the column operating to as Share ofWorksSupt.
C. Franklyn, breaking and entering GERMAN UPRISING IN SOUTH-
with offer is for full
unmarried
female
a fouryear'period .
; the north of Beersheba has made E. R. Poppell.
an ''
months ,hard laborin ERN BRAZIL.
sentence six at
'pleaded not guilty. ; from the date'to which
your subscription additional advance of eleven miles. Address, "What We May do as Our
State vs B. M. Parker, forgery; penitentiary. is at present paid. ..__ Share for the Needs of Today"Prof.L. -
Edgar Grambling's and Joe Star- BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 3.-A German
Y pleaded not guilty. Those who wish to take advantageof W. Bucholz.
State vs Lee Hodges, trespass. ling's cases were both continued.Lee this offer are cautioned to act ENTHUSIASTIC SCHOOL MEET- Business session. uprising is in progress ii> south '

State vs J. C. Franklyn, breakingand Hodges not being in custody, promptly. ING HELD AT LAKE BUTLER Noon. ern Brazil, completely paralyzing the

entering; pleaded not guilty capias was issued and bond fixed at .railway traffic according to private
---- -- Afternoon session called at 1:30. I
State vs Edgar Grambling, crimP' $150. LAKE BUTLER, Nov. 5.-A meet- I reports received in railway circles here -
Discussion opened by Prof. S. D.
PLENTY OF TURKEYS. i The strikes in this dis-
nal intercourse Court adjourned Thursday eveningfor of I inaugurated
with unmarried female ing of the people Lake Butler was Padgett
the term. trict are said to be spreading to other
pleaded not last at the
; guilty. called Friday evening Plans for
and
increasing reorganizing
': State Minnie Grand WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-A plenti- parts of Brazil. It is reported that
VI Franklyn, breakingand Judy Presentment. school building for the purpose of discussing our reserves for coming school
entering;.;pleaded.guilty.State Bradford county's grand juries have ful supply of Thanksgiving turkeys ata plans for improving the school years. only the strictest military measures / ,

_vs J-'R. 'Tison, grand larceny, not been in.the habit of making presentments reasonabel price was promised the The chief feature.of....improvement discussed Paper, "The Need for Special Instruction are making the movement of trains
embezzlement and obtaining checks : but when they nave done American people today by 'the Food was me addition of agricultural and Drill m Patriotism. possible. .. .
under false pretenses; continued. so, it has always been for good rea- Administration. Stocks on hand in and vocational departments to the Discussion-Prof. J. A. J. ,Pinhol- The dispatches continue to reporc'the ; '

State vs Percy Jones. breaking and sons. Thus the grand jury of the pres- cold storage are large and the food ad- present c: arie. ster. severest military measures
Germans" in southern Brazil -
entering. ministration will require their sale The orchestra rendered several selections against
I t ent session of court before its' ad- Miscellaneous
State vi Dan Carlton, shooting into journment, submitted the presentment under provisions of the food controlact while the people were gather 'S. A. DRAPER, where there are large German colonies

welling; transferred to absentee printed below. The recommendation which prevents hoarding.we ing. Prof. Draper then took chargeof President B. C. T. A. Details conditions as to these measures withheld and general the- I .

docket Carlton, who was a convict at to bond,the county for better roads is the meeting and outlined briefly the are by

the State Farm for life, was granteda obvious and reasonable that it can- should not be left at the post: Our plans he had in mind. These plans OHIO IN PROHIBITION LINE. censorship .If

conditional: pardon during the latter not be ignored. The ever increasing .1 sister counties of Columbia, Baker, were laid in accordance with the announcement Rio Janeiro, Nov. 3.-Popular man j

part of 1916. But disorderly behavior business at the court house compels Putnam and Alachua have already taken i made by the state depart- ifestations against, German business r

jS 'at Sampson City about three months ,the clerk's force to do part of the business !- the initial step toward floating ment some time ago to the effect thata CINCINNATI, Nov. 7-At midnighta houses in this city assumed a violent

;";:.ago?caused his arrest and subsequent wherever room can be found in bond issues for hard surfacing their certain amount of state and Federalaid number of the missing precincts reported 'character today. The damage was

...,,return to the State Farm. A' the building outside of the office, and roads, and from the sentiment of our will be extended to two schools be- and the drys once more assum- heavy.

'? State VI Purvis' Moody..-assault with the crowded condition of the vault is people as it comes to us from the many low college grade' in each congressional ed the lead in the prohibition race in Anti-German outbreaks also are reported -

;;** intent to murder. the cause of much lost time for the districts of the county we believe the district. He stated that in i Ohio. With 5,712 out of 5,756 in the from Curiayba and Sao Paulo. .

!..i v State vs Bob Livingston, breaking force and much inconvenience for time has arrived, and that a majorityof der far the- project to carry well or-I state heard from, prohibition was The guard detachments over the Cen- '

Ifc' and entering, plerded guilty. !I I I I those who wish to consult the records. our citizens would welcome an opportunity would be necessary to erect two sets leading by 1,446 votes. The vote stood: tral Railway of Brazil have been doub- r -
I
t State vs Purvis Moody, throwing ,.I That' the county judge's quarters are to cast their ballots for a bf dormitories, some additional class- For prohibition, 515,430; against pro- led, all officers have been recalled to I -r

missile into railway car. I too small can be seen whenever he I I bond issue sufficient amount to en- rooms, stables, greenhouses, light and hibition, 513,984. their garrisons and furloughs suspend- '

State vs James Barker, entering holds court. And lastly, the few words able the building of these roads. pumping station, as well as a consid- ed. A spy, whose nationality is not

Without breaking. I of praise bestowed upon our sheriffare "We wish further to state that we publicly known, has been arrested in

,State vs Jack Starling, Percy Jones well merited. have carefully examined the county office room ample for the clerk's office, erable amount of inside equipment. Rio Janeiro.In .

and Willard Smith; Percy Jones pleaded The presentment follows: jail and court house. We find the jail and that the present vault 'ba used to All told the plan will $20,00 response to the demand for reprisals ,
amount of somewhere between
not guilty. "We, the Grand Jury, empanelled at in most excellent shape from a sanitary accommodate the records of the coun- against German aggressions, .
The final work of Wednesday's session this fall term of court res respectfully I standpoint, clean in'every respect ty judge. and $40,000, as all the above mentioned the President of the Republic has sent J,

was to pass sentence upon those tender our'thanks to the court and its and adequate for the needs of our things must be provided besides the ,to, the Congress a message containingthe
tried and convicted. The convictedwere several officers for the many courtesies I county."With. "We wish further to say. a word commending extra land that will be ,required forth following recommendations:
: our sheriff[, not onlylor tne ---- farm.Messrs.. First, annullment of contracts for ,
shown us during our deliberations.Coming'as I reference to the court house, s
splendid condition in 'which we have J. W. Townsend and'P. M.
works entered into with Ger-
Purvis
Moody, throwing missile into we do from all portions of we .wish to call your Honor's attention i public
found the county jail, but as well for 'the
railway car. His punishment was the county we can not fail to observe 'to the fact that the vault in which is Padgett were both.present.at mans.
,Ore years at hard labor in the stale the poor condition, of our:many public ;kept all of the county records is very his activity in suppressing' the illegal meeting and were 'very much interested Second, prohibition of new land con-
shipments of liquor and the sale of in the and
both'expressed
project cessions German E
to
subjects.
.penitentiary.
roads compared. to adjoiung: much too: small and from appearan-
lot' ,Bob 'Livingston, a colored Jad, was counties of less population and wealth,,I',res will not accommodate the records same in our county, thereby decreas- themselves 'in favor of the addition. Third, control of German bank and
ing the cemmission of crime. There to be no'doubt but thatso
sentenced to,six months in the reformatory "land while we appreciate the fact that: which should be nlaesd therein for seems' eventual annulment of their license;
"We request that a copy of,the presentments far as Lake Butler is concerned she the extension .of these measures to ,
for breaking and entering., our country is, engaged :in, a world I safe,keeping. The clerk's office is en-
,, .' be forwarded to our county will do.her part toward securing the German commercial firms. .
Minnie Franklyn, colored for break-/ war which necessarily impose up. too small, as is also the office oft
sufficient t the favor the buildt commissioners; and that the same be location of this school for the district. Fourth, prohibition of the transfer ", i
fat and entering! one year's hard la-; all' of our people ,a tax county judge. We f'
r. bar in the penitentiary. ion successfully arty" on this great t t {ng. of an annex to this clerk's c.Tice, published. ... ',' ,'-: of ownership of German properties.fl!

J. P. Black, a whit man, for grand ,conflict,'We' are not unmindful of the t of sufficient size, to accommodate a .- -"DANIEL"W. MOORE,'' Hon. A.,D. Andrews was among the .. Fifth, the internment>,.of ,Cennan k

larceny, one counV: : ne'year at'hard, fact .Aat, 'in o'urcountry's,,oo:1..tJcj! .'...,.--progress". v ."J 'Vault of'the proper !dimensions with "Foreman." Raiford visitor to Starke Monday. suspects.


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; PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVESBER 9,11


Corn shelled bushel 56 pounds, stated in terms of weigh and of liq- terms of measure. I II or less..lt shall, for the P1IrpoaO
per |
:; I FIRST AMERICANSOLDIERS avoirdupois.Corn I uids in terms of measure, except that (1)I) When a package is not required : regulation, be deemed "sma111f n4
( ) to be marked in exempt from
T article in to'iwhich by paragraph g marking in
in of respect -
s. $ RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. 0yr on cob with shuck, 70 pounds, case an merical
avoirdupois. I there exists a definite trade custom j terms of either weight or measure, count. W.A.McRjSCommissioner > ;

00000000000G00004i. KILLED Sorghum seed, per bushel, 56 pounds otherwise, the statement may be and the units of food therein are six of Agri :
avoirdupois. in terms of weight or measure in accordance ,
.
t. Barley seed, per bushel, 48. pounds, with such custom. The quan-
t.to avoirdupois. tity of viscous or semi-solid foods or AUTOMOBILES l

: --12CAP1UREDGERMAN Oats, per bushel, 32 pounds, avoir- or mixtures of solids and liquids, may
dupois. be stated either by weight or measure,
i. 0r Bran, per bushel, 20 pounds, avoir- but the statement shall be definite and Insure against Fire and Theft i
shall indicate whether the quantity is
dupois.
i, RAIDING PARTY Corn meal, per bushel, 48 pounds, expressed in terms of weight or meas- J. R. DAVIS & CO. STARKE FLA"*

I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ATTACKED BEFORE DAY avoirdupois.Beans ures, as, for example, "weight 12 oz.,"

+ + shelled, per bushel, GO lbs. or "12 oz. avoirdupois;" "volume 12 n,_ ,
+ CHRISTMAS BOX FOR BRAD- + Beans, velvet, in hulls, per bushel, ounces," or "12 fluid ounces." ,_
+ FORD COUNTY MEN. + GEN. PERSHING REPORTS CAP- 78 Ibs. (g) The quantity of the contents

+ ----- + TURE OF ONE PRISONER-EN Beans, castor, shelled, per bushel, shall be stated in terms of weight or
+ The Red Cross workers of the + 48 Ibs. ,. measure unless the package be marked
EMY'S LOSS NOT KNOWN i A. D. ANDREWS
+ Bradford County Chapter are + Millet seed, per bushel, 50 Ibs. by numerical count and such numerical I 1

W 1 + planning to send a Christmas re- + ---- Beggar weed seed, per bushel, 62 count gives accurate information as I
+ membrance to each of the sol- + WASHINGTON, Nov. 4.Advancing Ibs. to the quanti of the food in the pack

f- + diers from our country, also a + under protection of a heavy bar- Irish potatoes, per bushel, 60 Ibs. age.h
< + box to France, and the Red Cross + rage fire, a German raiding party be- I Sweet potatoes, per bushel, 56 Ibs. ) The quantity of the contents I MERCANTILE CoJ
r + asks your help ii. this matter. + I fore daylight on November 3, stormed Turnips, per bushel, 54 lbs. may be stated in terms of minimum I
+ The following articles are suggested + a trench held by American infantry, Onions, per bushel, 56 lbs. weight, minimum measure, or mini-
t + as useful to men in camp: + : killing three, wounding five and cap- Salt, per bushel, 60 Ibs. mum count, for example, "minimum ,
+ Talcum powder, tooth paste, + I turing twelve, according to dispatchesfrom Peanuts, per bushel, 22 Ibs. weight 10 oz.," "minimum volume 1
i + tooth brush, toilet soap, pencils, + : General Pershing received by Chufas, per bushel, 54 lbs gallon," or "not kss than 4 oz;" but II t
', + handkerchiefs, pecans, fudge or + the war department tonight. Rye, per bushel, 56 Ibs. ,I in such case the statement must approximate Raiford :-: Florid*
+ : r + other hard candy, post cards, + American infantry were in occupa- Apples, dried, per bushel, 24 Ibs. the actual quantity and'II 4,

,1 chewing gum, jelly or jam, tobacco + tion of a small salient for instructionswhen Apples, green, per bushel, 48 lbs. i j I I. there shall be no tolerance below the ("
I + pipes, cigarettes, fruit cake, + cut off from the main body by Quinces, per bushel, 48 Ibs. : stated minimum. I Did you ever think how important it is, when j j
+ knitted wrislets, mufflers, sweaters + heavy bombardment of German artil- Peaches, dried, per bushel, 24 lbs. i. ((1)) Discrepancies due exclusivelyto
+ and hemlets. + lery. General Pershing reports the Peaches, green, per bushel, 54 Ibs. errors in weighing, measuring, orj i j you buy a stove, to buy one that will give you good land

f ( + The Red Cross will see that +' capture of one prisoner.: Enemy lossesare Cotton seed, per bushel, 32 lbs. I!j'1 counting which occur in packing conducted I satisfactory service. We have on hand theJ
+ packages intended for certain + not known, the dispatch. Cotton seed, Sea Island, per bushel, in compliance with good commercial -
+ men will reach them, if they are + The official statement says issued by the 44 lbs. I 1! practice. I Alligator Steel Range, which is a beautiful stove t

;+ in the United States. Write the + .I Plums bushel 11 I I ((2)) Discrepancies due exclusivelyto "
war department is as follows: per 40 >9. I the "Lilly Darling, which is a large six-round stove* .
+ name and address plainly on each + "The war department has receiveda Pears, per bushel, 55 Ibs. : differences in the capacity of bot- :
+ package; also send articles for + dispatch from the commanding gen- Guavas, per bushel, 31 lbs tles and similar containers resulting the "Lilly Darling" with reservoirs and the Michigaa-J

+ general distribution among 'the + eral of the American expeditionaryforces I It shall be unlawful for any dealerto solely from unavoidable difficulties in I stoves. From this assortment we are sure
}; + men. + which states that before daylight sell, offer for sale, barter, exchange, manufacturing such bottles or con- you can J
_'. t + All articles for the Christmas + November 3rd, a salient occu- or otherwise dispose of any of the tainers so as to Le of uniform capacity \ find just the stove you are[looking for. r
,., + box should be delivered Tuesday, + pied for instruction by a company of different commodities named in Sec- : Provided, That no greater toler- r
1. \ + November 13th, at J. W. White + American infantry, was raided by tion One of this act, except by by the ance shall be allowed in case of bot- Everybody has money, and now is the time to,|

+ & Son's store or A. M. Darby's + Germans. The enemy put down a heavy pound, and any person, firm or corpor- tles or similar containers which: because buy fall and winter supplies. Remember that 1,
4 + store. Money or small articles + barrage fire, cutting off the salient ration violating this section shall be of their design, cannot be madeof we

A> + may be mailed to the chairman of + from the rest of the men. Our losses guilty of a misdemeanor. approximate uniform capacity thanis : I buy mainly to suit the farming trade. I

,. -+ this committee Mrs. H. C. + I were three killed! five wounded and Penalty for selling" by illegal or untested allowed in case of bottles or similar i'
, + Richard- Starke, Fla. + twelve captured or missing. The en- weights and measures, see Sec- containers which can be manufacturedso I We have just received a carload of flour fresh:;

;' + + emy's losses are not known. One tions 3715-3716, of the General Stat- as to be of approximate uniform ca : from the mills.: \
.:., .. + + + + + + + + + + + +.+ + + + + wounded German was taken prisoner." utes of the State of Florida. pacity. i

, n .. -+--- Section ;5 of the Pure Food Law Provides '; ((3)) Discrepancies in weight or in 1 i 3T; > Our fine weave Serge Suits are in and, will |
measure, due exclusively to differences I
,, LOCAL RED CROSS MEETING. FIRE DESTROYS SALVATION I|I i in atmospheric condition in various I I I please the most exciting taste. ..it....JI .
. ---- ARM --HOME WITH LOSS OF 19 Third-If in package form, the net I '
and which result
[. tot?, I contents of the package are not cor- 1 places unavoidably : We are selling lots of Furniture, Bedsteads/f
!:. Thursday evening the ExecutiveS rectly stated in terms of weight i from the ordinary and customary ex- I
meas-
{' Committee of the Bradford County Aged and Crippled Men Leaped From ure or numerical count, conspicuously l posure of the packages to evaporationor Springs, Buggy Harness, Wagon Harness, Trunks,J
of American National EeJ to the absorption of water. I
.;ti. Chapter Windows-10 Taken to Hospital. legibly and correctly, on the outside of Satchels Plows and other F
Hand-bags Farming
Cross met in the council room and Discrepancies under lasses: ((1) and i ,
the package. Provided, however, that
transacted business relative ((2)) of this paragraph shall" be as often
important
t reasonable variations shall bo permitted I i i Implements, Lard Cans nad Gun Shells. Our custonvf
;'I to Red Cross work. PATTERSON, N. J., Nov. 4.-Nine- I above as below the marked quantity.The I
t. Col. J. E. Futch was chosen chairman teen bodies had been taken tonight rules, and and tolerations made established in accord-by reasonableness of discrepanciesunder : ers are all pleased with our goods and our prices. :|
regulations
F of the executive committee and from the ruins of the Salvation Army class ((3)) of this paragraph will ,
ii'J. Miss Amelia Ray secretary, and the rescue mission in this city which was ance with the provisions of Section 15 bo determined on the facts in each We have a nice line of Ladies Dress Hats, alf i
of this Act.Statement .
) following standing committees were destroyed by fire early today. Ten I case. : styles of Shoes, all kinds Sheetings' Outing Flannels 2
: ,
appointed: men were taken to hospitals with of Weight, Measure or (j) A package containingtwo,
i Finance Committee: Mrs. H. C. probably mortal injuries and many Count. 'avoirdupois ounces of food or less is Comforts and Blankets. *}

I Richard, chairman; Mrs. L. A. Davis, others were less seriously hurt in leaping (a) Except as otherwise providedby I "small" and shall be exempt frrmi Under-.1
t i Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright I from windows. this regulation, the quantity of the marking in terms of weight. : Our line of Mens and Women's winter

1 Messrs. J. H. Ritch, F. F. I There were eighty-five men asleepin contents, in all cases of food, if in i i (k) A package containing one fluid i' wear is very complete. 2
Stump J. R. Davis, Nat Sternberg, the structure when the flamed start' package form, must be plainly and ounce of food or less is "small" and
G. C. Livingston. ed in an old frame building adjoiningthe conspiculously marked, in terms of ; shall be exempt from marking in the II We buy Soaps, Washing Powders and other
Publicity: Miss Amelia Ray, chair- main structure, usell for storing weight, measure or numerical count, I
man; Messrs. J. M. Mitchell, W. A. magazines and newspapers. on the outside of the covering or container ; GIRLS! LEMON JUICE I such goods in 25-case lots, and give our customers j

I Bessent, Jr., J. F. Kickliter. Arrival of the fire apparatus was : usually delivered to consumers.b the benefit of the closest prices. \1.
It Organization of Branches and Aux- delayed through confusion in turningin ( ) The quantity of the contentsso | IS SKIN WHITENER

iliaries: Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, chairman; a proper alarm and the entire building marked shall be the amount of foodin I We a give way a nice five-dollar Silver Set with"*

1 Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. P. Tomlin- was ablaze when the firemen arrived the package. How To Make a Creamy Beauty I: with
dollars customer spends 41We .j
'r'" son, also two members of the Lawtey there. (c) The statement of the quantityof Lotion For a Few Cents.I' every fifty a us. :

t Chapter to serve on this committee. Rapid spread of the flames made use the contents shall be plain and con- sell Mules Horses Buggies Wagons. *j
,
,
Membership: Mr. J. E. Wilson, chair- of the only fire escape on the building spicuous, shall not be a part of or obscured -
t man; Miss Olive Ray, Miss Lois Peek, impossible and the lodgers, many of by any legend or design, and The into juice bottle of two fresh lemons strained We pay the highest prices for Cotton, Chickens Jf
I- Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Mrs. Nat Stern- whom were old and crippled were shall be so placed and in such char- a containing three oun-
i berg, Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Messrs. J. driven to windows from which they acters as to be readily seen and clearly ces of orchard white makes a whole Eggs, and other Produce, and try to please everybody ;

L. Peek, A. M. Darby and J. J. Truby. leaped before firemen could catch them legible when the size of the packageand lemon quarter skin pint of the most remarkable that comes to trade with us. We believe we
beautifier
at about the cost ;
Military Relief: Mrs. A. M. Darby, inliets. the circumstances under which it I
chairman; Mrs. A. Price, Mrs. J. E. Several of the elderly victims are be- is ordinarily examined by purchasersor one must pay for a small jar of the ordinary I are succeeding in this for our trade gets better every 5

j; Wilson, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. D. C. lieved to have been suffocated in their consumers are taken into consideration. cold creams. Care should b" i, :X
Jones, Mrs. J. M. Truby, Mrs. W. L. sleep and others in their flight so impeded taken to strain the lemon juice througha i iI'
Wall Mrs. Miss another that choked d the of the fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, season.A
If
Emily Phillips, Juan- one they ( ) quantity contentsbe part of everybody's trade is solicited.
: ita Bessent, Mrs. N. H. Graham. the front passageway, where bodies stated by weight and measure, it I the nthis lotion will keep fresh for
I'
Purchasing: Mrs. E. T. Campbell, were found huddled in a heap. shall be marked in terms of the largest i I months. Every woman knows that >;
t chairman; Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. A. Eight of the dead thus far have been unit contained in the package, except ,lemon juice is used to bleach and re- Zj

M. Darby. identified. It was reported tonight that, in the case of an article with respect -:,move such blemishes as freckles, sal- I
1 After discussing the matter it was that about ten of the aged lodgers are to which there exists a definite I lowness and tan and is the ideal skin A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co l
4 i decided to send a Christmas box to the missing but as the cellar of the mission trade custom for marking the quan- softener, whitener and beautifier.
i men from Bradford county who are in -is flooded with water, search for tity of the article in terms of fractional Just try it! Get three ounces of -;4

: our army, also a box to France. Mrs. additional bodies is being retarded. parts of larger units it may be so orchard white at any drug store and The Brick Store .
H. C. Richard was appointed chairman Those who slept on the third and marked in accordance with the custom. two lemons from the grocer and makeup I ; .-

..; ;. of this special work, she to select her fourth floors had no possible chanceof Common fractions shall be reduced to a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant I I Raiford FloridaI
fr committee. escape other than by leaping into their lowest terms; decimal fractions lemon lotion and massage it daily : : j)
{ The Military Relief committee were fire nets. With the fire escape and the shall be preceded by vero and shall be into the fact, neck, arms and i I
instructed to provide comfort kits for interior stairway cut off by a steadily carried out to not more than two pla- I hands.-Adv. ((95)) .

,,,' 1Iiiio..r. the Bradford county men. who_ left increasing volume of flame, the men ces. -
', ; Starkeon: uci. 23rd, same to be forwarded flocked to the windows beseeching the (e) Statements of weight shall be t
t 'I' to their addresses. crowds in the street below for help. in terms of avoirdupois pounds and I

One old man, crippled with rheuma- ounces; statement of liquid measure
? FOR BENEFIT OF SOLDIER BOYS. tism, tried to jump to a net and in fall- shall be in terms of the United States
I' .. I ing struck the fire escape and was fatally gallon of 231 cubic inches and its cus-

hurt. tomary subdivisions, i. in We Want'Yots
e., gallons,
JACKSONVILLE Nov. 7.-Plans for
The police and firemen were aidedin
pints fluid and shall
quarts, or ounces,
the
for
:'; big drive Florida's share of the the
spreading and holding nets by the volume of the
at
liquid
express
'. $35,000,000 to be raised the
.. by YoungMen's
soldiers and saliors leaves of
; many on
4 68 degrees F. ((20 degrees C.) and
;
. r t Christian Association for work
.
absence from their
posts. of
statements dry measure shall be in
II.
;, ; among the soldiers are being carried
; Most of the victims were friendlessmen JMll
* terms of the United States standard
r t.. ( [ steadily forward. With the American who earned their lodgings at the
bushel of 2,150.42 cubic inches and its Depositorin
. >.,"' boys holding the first line trenches in mission by helping in the collection of a

subdivisions
customary i. e., in bush-
France the
l touch in the
1 personal war
, ;r. I .' has become real for all Americans. saleable wood.x waste paper, magazines anq j els, pecks, quarts or pints, or, in the I
a ? ; kindling case of articles in barrels, in terms of :
; Florida men are in these trenches
The county prosecutor at once beganan the United States standard barrel j
@ t. and I This
i,' 1 I watching and shooting at the Huns BankYou
investigation of the fire. .
r J; across No man's Land. its lawful subdivisions, i. e., third, half j
-__ or three-quarters barrel, as fixed by
Members of the Florida regiments, I
i old National the act of March 4, 1915 ((38 United i
{ Guard- regiments, will
.. For Your Desk. States.Statutes at Large, page 1186)): | will be in
u soon be in France as the first line of A sheet of corrugated paper Is a Provided, That statements of quantitymay good company, for several
.
reserve for these men in the first line
handy thing for desk
your to hold wet be in terms of metric '
-, trenches. Florida men who are now pens or brushes The paper absorbsthe weight or hundred of the people of this bank
i being trained in the new National liquid and the corrugations hold measure. Statements of metric weight county ; E
I should be in
of
terms kilograms or
will be "over there" I
I Army soon I
get
the brushes in
pens or handy position. I
grams. Statements of metric measure with Make the
ting their final training for the "great us. start today
,- adventure." These are the men who I I should be in terms of liters or cen- I

are to be benefitted by the fund to bet I STANDARD WEIGHTS AND: MEAS tiliters. Other terms of metric weightor

... raised i in the coming drive by the URES. measure may be used if it appears I .
Young Men's Christian Association. : that a definite trade custom exists for

r Buildings are to be erected in every marking articles with such other terms Deposits $112,000. Resources $130,000;=
.
-' American camp and cantonment in the Notice to wholesalers, jobbers, brokers, and the articles are marked in accord- I
:: United States and France. These retailers and consumers of foods: ance with the custom. i 7'..
f, buildings will be the last touches of For the information of the trade and (f) The quantity of solids shall be :. ,

," refinement and home life the soldiers the public generally, we give below the ;;

: will know after being ordered to taker following standards of weights and r. -

ove rthe front line trenches, and they measures adopted for certain articlesof COFFINS CASKETSAnd.
,. will be in these fighting lines before food, such as corn, oats, bran, corn .a full line of Bank] of Stark
many months. These men are Agoing meal, beans, millet, potatoes, onions
out to crush the Hun and "make the peanuts, etc., etc. Undertakers' Supplies

,, ,' world safe for democracy." The people Section 1241 (as amended). The following Automobile Hearse. .
of this state are asked to aid in standards of weights and meas- Always on hand. The best service THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE .
making life a little more pleasant for ures shall be the standard of weightsand
at the lowest prices. Special
the measures throughout the state of
them while they fight country'sbattles.
Florida attention to telegraph orders. State County and
.. : City DepositoryE. !
One standard liquid gallon shall con-
e tain 231 solid inches. Registered Embalmer
wi Affect to Hud
TYOiir11stoast. .
The weights and measures shall be S. MATTHEWS 'President
laxative effect t AXAnvB&KOMO TED H. HALLIGAN Cashiert"L"
Became of it* tonic and follows DeWITT C. JONES s
y 3 QUININE sbetterthanordrn.rrr as :
;.a Sr rT/rnhe and doe d. Remember not ease the ner fan ou name neM aDd nor Wheat, per bushel, 60 pounds avoir- [ Starke, Fla.

-*, Jock t.l1'the signature of E. W. CROV$. 30C. dupois.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PACE_THREE *:


I WAR TAXES FELT BY AMERICAN Request of members of Red Cross
e J rn rni PUBLIC IN ALL DIRECTIONS MRS. BROWN SCHOOL BOARD for of
'
old
' vi News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Starke use for High entertainment School building granted in

With the exception of the special with pleasure.

stamp taxes documents, legal instrumentS HAS GAINED PROCEEDINGS Lake Butler school given $30 more

i: [Live State News] and parcel post packages, i to their budget.Trustees .

which go into operation Dec. 1, all of Vanderbilt requested to
; special taxes are as follows: TWENTY POUNDS I estimate cost of material to build addi-

. ; Told by Our Exchanges I One cent on each dime paid for II Lake Butler Teachers Must tion to school.

amusement admissions. I Ordered that Mr. R. S. Powell be .

>;: -. ___ Three per cent on payments for -- 1 Sign Contracts to Get Pay. employed to dismantle the ell to old
x ; I freight transportation.Eight Bradford County High School building
Was Confined to Her Bed and
KISSIMMEE. L. Lesley, who operation of oil tank cars within the I ; '
per cent on pasenger fares. School board met Nov. 5th, with and prepare same for constructing
has for many years been one of the state, has been granted by Judge Love. Ten per cent on payments for Pull- Chair For Over Two Years, ;: Messrs. T. B. Pinholster, J. C. McRae new building at or near Humphrey's j .-
in Flor- This
most extensive cattle raisers ruling in favor of General Swearngen's '
man and similar accommodations.Five and J. E. Douglass still.
faith in the contention of and Thought she Would Not present.
demonstrated his future means saving
ida a
;
per cent on oil pipe line trans- I Minutes of last meeting read and Adjourned until first Monday in
t of the stock: industry by adding several thousand dollars to the stateas portation.One Live Long. adopted. December, 1917.T. a
; about eight thousand head of cattle to this branch of the license tax gives
for each frac-
cent 20 cents or Request for
establishing negro schoolat B. PINHOLSTF.R =
extensive herds. of considerable
his already promise reaching proportions -
xir tion paid fo express packages.Five Harrell's still refused. s
each year. "You can tell them that it helpedmy Chairman.
cents each telegraph, tele-
on wife, too; and of all the people Board refused to pay teachers in E. R. POPPELL, r
COCOA. Tuesday evening Cocoa phone or radio costing 15
message that have made statements about Lake Butler school who had not signed
_ : central was called up and the other FT. MYERS. This city is doing its cents or more.Varioustaxes. benefit get- contracts. Secretary. z ,
ting from Tanlac I believe
end of the line proved to be Canaveral "bit" toward the nation's-increase in on cigars, cigarettes, we I
from
have the most to be thankful Request Lawtey negro school
j Light Station, finally enclosed in the food supplies. Dr. Henry and many tobacco and products.Ten cause refused. EDGAR EYES!
for she thought she wouldn't be
Atlantic Telephone circuit that now others have purchased farms and are per cent on club dues. long and the doctor didn't give living me Board paid 50 per cent"of cost of I I Optician Tested .
girdles the southeast coast of Florida raising crops successfully. The entrance Eight cents on each $100 of new encouragement. I. stove for Hampton school. All other Jacksonville, Florida. tI *
: -connecting with the main line to Ti- of that class of men into truck life insurance and 1 cent on each $1 any I requests refused. I Broken Lenses DuplicatedSame

tusville. farming has already effected an up- of premium on fire, marine, casualty This remarkable statement was I Resignation of J. J. Zeigler as trustee Day ai R..iPd.w .
made by Mr. J. L. Brown well-
ward trend in neighboring farm lands. and other insurance policies. a of Specialize on Mail Order-
I special tax district No. 1 ac
known of Park At-
PALM BEACH.-The drys were overwhelmingly Dr. Henry, whose forty-acre farm was Other taxes of the new law, includ- carpenter College cepted. W*. Par PwUtt

* victorious when the bal- a muck pond only five months ago, was ing those on hard and soft drinks, incomes lanta.that Mr.he Brown felt unable added to very express seriously in- I Request for furniture in Davis 140 W. Fonjth St. ; 1

lots were counted at the close of the offered $5,000 a year-for a three-year and war excess profits, have words his great appreciation for what school refused, but board ordered pay .
election held Tuesday to decide ,lease and appraisers appointed valued been in effect since the law was
approved -
special I it at $20,000. Crops planted so far Tanlac had done for his home and the for pump for said school. Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe
whether this county should remain Oct. 3, but in indirect form.
mother of his eight children, and then Salary of Mrs. Bynum Perkins not Old Standard merit
r wet or dry. The tally showed that the throughout Lee county are looking fine On Dec. 1, the new stamp taxes, including went on to : raised on grounds raise was not included GROVE'S TASTELESS chill HirntlJwntng T"l\'', .dn.e.out tonic
c drys received 507 votes and the wets and are promising to yield handsome those on parcel post packages, say in Malaria.pnrtchp.thp bloo.l..1 1 returns to the farmers. "For over two years she has had to budget.I Urn. A true tonic. Fu aduiLu and cblklrc tic rf
295, giving the drys a majority of 212 will be payable, putting the entire law I
!live practically on nothing but milk, .
votes. into complete operation, except for increased I
rates on second-class mail, being bothered as she was with a bad I .,
ST. AUGUSTINE-In I I
line with the

LIVE OAK.-Those who spent Saturday work of the food" commission for the I postponed Increases until in first-class July 1, 1918.mail rates stomach down trouble until she that was kept hardly draggingher more Our Annual Sale ofBegins

in Live Oak say they never be- conservation of food, the porpoise will than a -living skeleton. She didn't 'II ""
soon be introduced to the of St. will probably be most generally felt
fore witnessed such prosperity as is 1 palates seem to get strengthening rest at
any
avidenced among the farmers of Su- Augustine people. Miss Godbey, sec- by> the people. The law provides that night and simply had no for ,
energy
r wannee county. Money was deposited retary of the local food commissionand the postage on letters, except "dropr"r anything.: In fact she spent about all
in certain bank there so abundant canning demonstrator for this local letters, shall be 3 cents; and i
a I her time between her bed and the
that it was almost necessary to shovel: county, has been acquiring information that on post cards, including private chair and didn't feel like taking an 1C S 1Ui rllJ .
,, -. it up. It aggregated more than $125- about the food value of the por- mailing cards, shall be 1 cent more interest in anything.

:',' 000 in one afternoon poise and has been advised by the bureau than heretofore. This increase includes "She had a mighty bad breaking out .'
'" of fisheries that the so-called picture post cards. The ad-
meat of the
;: on her ankles, too, and all the way up i J.:
:
porpoise has very little resemblance to vances were made effective 30 days after to her knees,.and these places would .
C MIAMI.-Clarence C. McKinney, a fish either in flavor or texture. It is passage of the law, and were construed then swell Her color I Monday November 12th 1
terribly. was
convicted of the murder of the up ,
negro closer affiliated with flesh of mammalsand by the postoffice department to
bad
and it
like noth-
too, just looked
;; / Rev. James Bolton, a retired Presbyterian have with letters and cards '
a steak resembles that Cut from a begun post .
.t clergyman, at Cocoanut Grove ing on earth could ever do her any The sale that vitally concerns every housekeeper, as well as -f!
steer. The last Friday Nov. 2nd.
S meat is said to be fine in ,
rS:; in December of last year, will be hanged flavor and it, no doubt, is tender. The increases also have been extended good or liven her up. every rooming house and hotel manager in Florida. For we t

l;.. in the Dade county jail on November by department order to first-class "Well, some strange things hap \ have gathered from the greatest sources -supply! immense '; r(

4 f.-. 30th. His counsel has visited the mail to many foreign countries, which, pen in this world, and the change in quantities of table linen, art linens and bed linen that will ., #<
s' and told him MILTON-One of the trans- her is certainly one of them, for It
condemned man nothing largest under postal conventions, have enjoyedthe measure up to your own standards of service. The savings
i;y more could be done for him and for actions that has been made in this domestic rates. The new 3-cent was a short time ago that she was as to be secured by buying during this sale are enormous. Asa I
.him to himself for execution. county in some time and which is esti- bad off as she's been at all. and now
prepare letter therefore
will let-
rate, apply to hint of what to expect we quote a few outstanding values:
mated to involve she is well and I
a sum ranging well to Canada Cuba Mexico a woman am surea
ers; Panama,
up to a half million dollars, is being happy man! She has taken just
England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the TABLE DAMASK-70 in. II E A V WOOLEN .. *
: ZOLFO.-The past week has been closed this week. In this deal, the Pace three bottles of Tanlac and weighs IRISH Y WHITE
a busy one with the local and hog men. Brothers transfer to the EscambiaMill Bahamas* Barbadoes, British Guinea, 120 pounds-that is, she has gained wide, good weight and serviceable, BLA KETS- lue and pink bor ,

f Monday a shipment of 117 hogs to parties Company all their timber holdingsin British Honduras, Santo Domingo, 20 pounds since she began taking it. beautiful designs, per yard, 75c. ders with silk binding, large size,

Dutch West Indies, Leeward Islands, match in. __ _________________
i.;; in Ft Myers was made, netting this county, as well as the mill, rail- Newfoundland and New Zealand. The "My wife now eats heartily, sleeps Napkins to 22 doz. $2.50 pair u $1.50 ,:

ik $648.80. Tuesday the Tampa Packing road and commissary. The mill and increase good and feels as strong as she did MERCERIZED PATTERN TAWRITE WOOLEN BLANKETS
post card will extend to Can-
;.t. Company bought 78 head of fine beef railroad has been leased and operatedby ada, Cuba, Mexico and Panama, the years ago. She is now doing all her BLE CLOTHS-Handsome round -Blue and pink borders, extra
tll"< cattle. Thursday, a firm in Tampa seT the Escambia Mill Company for own housework and cooking and says heavy and large, per pair.. $7.50OUR
countries durable
only which have enjoyed the patterns, a weight:
-cured 111 head of steers and
't 1
,
X they were loaded at young the local station I some time, and the purchase will in- domestic post card rate. she will never be able to say enough 1% yd by 2 yds___________ $1.50 -HO EL SPECIAL" Linen

'f'and carried to the Tampa slaughteringhouses. volve no essential change in the work- For Consumer's convenience, booksof about this u.Tanlac..0"We_don't" .mind.who" 1% .yds by 2% yds--______ $1.73: Finish Sheets-A strong<'rvicez -
of the business that tell about this for it's
ing except the you nothingbut -
postage stamps containing 3 cent yas oy z yds----- JI.BS able '
quality, hemmed and ready 3s
S: company will now take over the com- stamps are in readiness for sale and the plain, simple truth-and that 2 yds by 2% yds__________ $2.23; for use: '
f...'' missary, which by the is of don't hurt anybody." t
way, one the department has had thousands of 72x90, each,_____________. $1.00
f DUNNELLON.-Dr. J. G. Baskin': |the biggest mercantile establishmentsin Genuine Tanlac is sold by C. P. Ca- HEMMED MERCERIZED NAPKINS -
2-cent postcards. 81x90, each,______________ $1.19
1 and his associates in farming operations i the county. Amusement admission taxes became son in Starke, and by one druggist in -20 in. attractive patterns, 81x99 each '

this year have sold over $10,000 j i effective last Friday at places charg- everyother town in Bradford County. per dozen________________ $1.50 ,-------------- $125PEPPERELL
: worth of cotton from their fields. He -Adv. I'ILLOW CASES-
ing more than 5 cents. They 1
YBOR are '
CITY.-That
an incendiary ALL LINEN TABLE DAMASK
will this 300 and This old reliable brand-a standard -
plant
spring acres, for 1
cent each 10 cents fraction
paid
fire which or
would have consumed the -72 in. wide rich
patterns,
Messrs. Grumbles, Neville and Coco- Why Boy Leave the Farm. per for years-torn, hemmed and
entire for such admission, payable by the
block had it further per-
twitch them will twice gotten under yard -------------------- $2.00 ready for use 42x36 each_ % .30
among plant as son admitted but collected by the gov- The St. Louis Globe-Democrat tells ,
way was prevented by prompt arrival -
1!-'i much more. The farmers will plant of the fire department was evidenced ernment from the amusement proprietor a whole lot In a few lines when It PATTERN TABLE CLOTHS- LUNCHEON SETS-Six: 6-inch

l 'very early in tlie season to get ahead by the thorough preparationsmade required to make sworn returns to says: "Best reason we nave heard yet doilies, six 8inch.doilies and one
'ftof the pests that may attempt to get' in the house owned by Giovanni the treasury.A why boys leave the farm Is because Heavy, luxurious linen cloths- 24-inch center piece, pure linen,

the cotton. I Ferlita, to which the firemen were flat tax of 1 cent for each child Willie's calf grows to be pa's cow." round center designs, 2 yds by 2% scalloped-13 piece sets- ti

f called at 2:20 Saturday morning. The under 12 admitted when children are yds, each_________________ $;).00 $2.50 $2.98, $3.50. '
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS News of charged also is provided. Passes also
corners of each room was filled with What is LAX-FOS
7 the death of the twelve old i are taxed, those to bona fide Mail Orders of '
year son kindling, boards rags and other inflammable except $3 or more Prepaid to any Point in Fla. or Ga. +
of Mr. Mullen on Sunday afternoon, I materials; from cellar to attic employes, municipal officers and chil- LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA *

reached here today. While particularsare of the three stories, and with! dren under 12, at the regular rate, A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand FURCHGOTT'SThe
k very meagre it seems that the streams of kerosene leading intoeachroom which also is extended to cabarets or Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
Rhubarb Root Black
father of the boy refused to let him and other entertainments in which the ad- Blue Flag Root, ,
the.stairway
up according Root Root SennaLeaves and '
hunting and the in mission is included-in the price paid ,May Apple Store Accommodating in Jacksonville, Florida
go on Sunday boy, to the firemen. The house had just Pepsin. Combines strength witL*palatable -
I a fit of madness tied one end of a rope been touched off when the alarm was for refreshment, merchandise or serv- aromatic taste. Docs cot gripe. 50c
r to a tree and the other around his made and prompt application of chemicals ice. Persons leasing theatre boxes

; neck and jumped off the roof of the blocked the blaze before it got must pay 10 per cent on their rental?.:

s barn. The dead body was discoveredby under way. It was estimated by offi- The new rates on cigars range from

his father some three hours after cers that at least fifty gallons of oil 25 cents to $7 per1,000 and on cigarettes -

the act was committed. had been poured about the house, and from 80 cents to $1.20 per 1,000.

the windows had been left open, thus Five cents a pound is the ne.x lax on i
Which1'1
TAMPA-Being out more than three 1 creating a strong draft through the tobacco, snuff and other manufactured W ASTINfi SAVINQ ?
tobacco while or
hours, the Criminal Court jury returned -I house. cigarette papers are -
a verdict of guilty of man- : taxed from 1-2 cent to 1 cent per 100.
As the taxes are now reaching the ultimate -
slaughter in the .
case of Elsey Johns, ENSACOLA.-Radical steps to ;
: consumer, the raises mean just
for the accidental killing of George bring about reduction in
of
a the price 1
Cause, of Tarpon Springs, Jast year. foodstuffs has been taken by the food about packages 1 cent, from more 2 to on 5 cents 5-cent on tobacco ciga- Our entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomes : i
According to witnesses, Gause and
a administration
and it is believed that rette packages and from 1 to 10 centson national for citizen to and eliminate form of :
duty save waste.
.party were motoring to Tampa, and the steps taken will have the effect of a every every ;,

Johns came from from behind them driving the prices down, not only here The cigars.taxes on freight and passenger Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as .0\:1.
while
turning a curve and hit the car but all the Wholesale
over country.
in which transportation are also extended to well is almost wholly dependent the manner in which produce and
Cause was riding, throwing dealers in this city have been notified upon we .
motor vehicle of steam
:him against. He a tree.will He died almost instantly. that they will not be permitted to secure and electric railways competitors and water lines. save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and .
for
appeal a new a profit in excess of 10 cent
,trial per The passenger transportation tax is this bank. It will them useless
on any articles which they sell. This not applicable to fares costing 35 centsor depositing them in prevent your wasting on ;

means that if any of the wholesale less or commutation or season tickets and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities..
PALM BEACH.-The business men dealers bought flour, meal, or lard last for trips less than 30 miles. Pay-
and others in the last week year at half the present price and have
city were ments for services rendered the fed-
I jubilant when the word was brought in been holding it in their warehouses eral and state governments are ex- Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank
Monday afternoon that dredge Cule- they will be forced to sell these prod- 4

bra, of the Johnson Construction Company ucts at the price they paid for them empt The from 10 per taxation.cent tax on Pullman accommodations at close of business Sept llth 1917. ....,,.

had commenced work at 3:15 last year and not their present value. is applicable to pay- ,

,o'clock that afternoon on cutting the Of course a profit of 10 per cent,will ments for seats, berths and stateroomsin RESOURCES LIABILITIES
stub canal from the West Palm Beach be allowed the wholesaler, but he will parlor and sleeping cars, or on ves-
canal to the terminus south of the not be allowed to charge for food- Loans and Discounts 197296.91 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00
,Okeechobee road. Captain Ben Johnson stuffs bought last year the price it sels.The tele-
5-cent tax on telegraph, Bonds Surplus fund
2,000.00 10,000.00
State and Municipal
stated that he would push the works brings today. Many of the wholesalers phone or radio messages costing 15 County

\; rapidly as possible and expected to it is understood, have stocks of cents or more applies only to those Claims and Resources 9,416.98 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 2,102.59

,have no difficulty in completing the flour, lard and other foodstuffs on originating in the United States. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 669.50 ,

contract within sixty days. hand markets which were they low bought last when They the Clubs whose dues are less than $12a AD other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 267,568.90
year. year and fees to lodges are exempt
will not be allowed to take their profiton Over-drafts secured and unsecured 832,52
FT. MYERS.-Monday night, be- from the 10 per cent tax on club dues. ,
tween supper and bedtime, a married these but will be forced to sell at The new insurance taxes are imposed Cash on hand and in Banks 69,933.08

man named Rose was murdered in his the purchase price, plus 10 per cent on new policies issued, with rein- '1" :;

home at Fort Green Springs. The profit. surance policies exempted. Industrialor TOTAL $305,340.99>> TOTAL $305,340.99

weapon used was evidently a rifle of weekly-payment policies are taxed .

small calibre. The shot was fired H. G. HARDING & CO. 40 per cent on the first premium on This bank invites as a loyal citizen to begin saving now. If lIt
through a crack in the outer wall of Byron, Ga., Apr. 11, 1917. policies for $500 or less. you, you

I the room in which Rose was sitting. Old Kentucky Paducah Mfg. Co., are not a depositor, a dollar will open an account for you, and you can deposit :

The ball struck back of the man's Ky. .
and ear Gentlemen: SalientThe at any time in any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly. ,)tI
his brain.
penetrated Tuesday
word salient means (1) stand-
I had cholera in herd of
my hogs '
morning the sheriff arrested and lodged ing out prominently, conspicuous; '
recently and began feeding the B. A.Thomas' .
: in jail a man named Arthur Keen, striking; as salient features of a landscape -
Hog Cholera Cure and ;
who had been working for Rose, and it stop- ; salient points of an argument I Bradford BankBradford
,w reported that there were ill feeling ped losing hogs at once. I was los- County $
between the two men. ing from four to five each night until (2) Thrust or bent beyond the general 1
I began the use of this preparation.I line; projecting, as a salient angle. A

raise about 200 head of hogs per salient angle is a convex angle, thatis .

TALLAHASSEE.-Attorney General year and never expect to be without an angle considered greater than County's Financial Stronghold. &
Van C. Swearingen has just re- your the na of two right angles, being ;

ceived notification that his demurrer remedy.Yours very truly, measured by an arc that exceeds a Starke Florida.N.

to the bill for a restraining order H. G. HARDING & CO. semi-circle. .

sought by the Texas Oil Company For sale by D. C. Jones Starke.:
against Ernest Amos, state comptroller Nov29162330. Your order for printing will receive T. RITCH, Pre. W.T Weeks Vice-Pre J. H. RITCH. Ca hi.r :; "

to prohibit the enforcement of the the same careful attention if sent by }..

ucense tax of $500 per year for the> Try a Telegraph want ad. mail as if given personally. "., <

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRA.PH. STARK FLORIDA. ..FRIDAY.! __ l|
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'",," \ r SLAUGHTERING OF PRISONERS very much and am always glad to see BILLS PAID BY SCHOOL BOARD. LONG BRIDGE. winter. _

i f- :Bradford County; Telegraph CHARGED TO THE GERMANS Tuesday come for that is the. time I Crosby Messrs.attended H. H. Lewis and 11/*.,f

it church
I .! ..!. get With best wishes I remain, The following bills were ordered :Misses Amy Mackery, Lena and Ida last Sunday. tt Wa

::. Published Weekly and entered u second German Soldiers Protest Against Orders Yours truly, paid by the school board, in session Merritt visited friends and relativesat Miss Mattie Warren to'i
of Their Commanders. Monday: and went
Raiford Saturday Sunday.Mr.
clan matter at the poet-office: at RURIC A. WELLS I ford last Friday
r- and
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J. E. Wilson insurance premium ___ 164 00 Leon Renfroe visited the homeof met her a._
Starke Florida. Company No. $3. J. R. Davis &: Co. do _________ KS-o Miss Lottie, as she came h
..f WASHINGTON, Nov. 5.-The fact J. E. Pruglass bd serv _______ '.W his uncle, Mr. W. E. Yarborough, of spend Saturday
S T. B. Imiolrler. do _______________ 7.00 Raiford, Sunday.We and Sunday ta
Owner that German'soldiers, themselves appealed SAVE THE BABIES TO ASSURE J .'. It'IRae do ___ _.____________ < ''0K. homefolks. -;$
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and to Ambassador Gerard as the I! Poppell sainrv ____u_' __u li :4 t : H. E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor "representative of a Christian state"to BEST MEN FOR FUTURE. F. K. Topi-ell ineide it.\'i! office ___ .. >.18 per Tison is improving rapidly. ford last Friday. a visitor. ...
< Albert Dubose teaching ____..__.:_. __ 40.00B. Miss Burleigh the -
) protest against atrocities and the D. Adams and wife do _________-* 85.00 Margaret county Winter is.about here at hit J
; ; CONSIDER butcheries in which their commanders The necessity of saving the babiesis L. L. Blackburn do ______;____ 80.00 demonstration agent, visited the Long we are enjoying pork aid potat3

THE SOLDIERS. ___________________ 000
J : : will be disclosed emphasized by the war and the Dorsi Law do Bridge school Friday: Cane
forced them to participate, ; grindings will
r. : Lois Terry do ________________ 40.00 soon be facrZ
--- in a forthcoming issue of a state board of health is preaching the Mattie Staleby: do __________________ 40.00 Everybody cordially invited to meetat Mr. Frank Morgan is lo

U There was a time when war was pamphlet by the committee on public doctrine that the nation will recuperate Loca Johnson do __________________ 40.00 the Long Bridge4 school house for nice hogs from cholera. ur
_______________ 45.00 He lost tW:
I r. glorious and full of romantic: episodes information, entitled "German War from the struggle in which it is Bessie Albert Terry Dubose do do __________ '______ 40.00 the purpose of organizing a Sunday last

.", to make up for danger and hardships. Practices.: '. now engaged in the degree that it con- Mary Hall do _____________-________ 50.00 school next Sunday morning at 10 fr

. ______________________
That time passed away after the One German soldier conscience- serves its infant man power. The necessity One Smith do 45.00 o'clock.
Amy Mackery do __________________ 45.00C.
American war between the states. The stricken with the massacre of Russian of well directed child welfare C. Hobbs do _._.______________ 7000 The play which will be given next

present war-if we except the part going prisoners, implored the American ambassador work to accomplish this is obvious. Eva Williams do ________________ 40.00 Friday night at the Long Bridge
.___ ______.......-....
Ada Nimmo do 40.00A.
the air-has no more romance This work is especially desired in school house entitled "How She Cured week.'A
on in to protest and signed his letter ,
I C. Crew do _______________ 70.00
and glory than has well dig "A German Soldier and Chris- the country district, where recent statistics Mrs.! O. M. Maines do ________________ 40.00 Him," will be composed of the following -

ging. To be penned up in a damp dugout tian." I show the death rate among children Mae MeKinney do _________________ 4000 cast of characters:
; Liizie Marshall do ______________ 25.00 '
t or wet trench, arrayed in a gasmask Another, who through the ambassador to. be higher than in the cities, Maud Hunter do .._________________. 35.00 Uncle Joseph ..____Stafford Crews. \

j that gives the soldier anything addressed his appeal to the American pedhaps ten per cent. In some cities, Marcia Turner do _____________ 35.00 His Housekeeper ____Amy MackeryHis

heroic in availible Saleta Mercer do ___________ 40.00 Neice _____ _____ Merritt. ,
statistics Lena
I but an appearance, momentary government against the butcheryof where are one babyin E W. Wilkerson do ________________ 60.00
I r danger of being buried alive by prisoners and signed his letter "A five born dies before it is a year old. Edith Warren do ______________ 40.00 Before the play there will be several -

walls or blown to atoms by exploding is Barbarian. Under well directed system of child Dora Johnson do ___________ 40.00 recitations and etc.
caving soldier and Man Who no a song
t : Nellie Eubanks do _____________ 25.00A.
bombs, is not inspiring. Neither ." This was the protest of a Ger- ; welfare work, only one in twenty dies. J. Griffis do __________________ 70.00 Recitation-Gertrude Anderson. 'r-

can there be much satisfaction in ivan 'soldier, an eye-witness of the From this it is readily seen that it is Eunice Robinson do _______________ 40.00 Solo-Avie Renfroe. I
I. Edith Williams do _______________ 40.00J. kt .
" j. shooting projectiles against an enemy slaughter of Russian soldiers in the possible to save the difference betweenone A. J. Pmholstcr do _____________ 90.00 Duet-Gertrude and Loca Anderson.

j :' that cannot be seen, and which the soldier -, ifazurian lakes and swamps. in five and one in twenty, which Delia Bielling do ________________ 45.00 Admission will be 5 and 10 cents,

: seldom has chance to know' amounts to over two hundred thousanda Ruby Roberta do _______________ 40.00 the proceeds going to fence the school
any "It was frightful, heart-rending, as
.. Nanni Andrews do ______________ 40.00
: whether he hit or missed. The occasional the masses of human beings were year. Mrs. J. A. J. PinhoUter _____________ 40.00 yard. Everybody come and bring a

,1 onslaughts in storming trenches driven to destruction. Above the ter- Statistics also show that in the Unit- L. C. Taylor do _______________ 10.00Lo..a friend with you We will assure you
_________
', I are fits of fury, butchery of the most rible thunder of the cannon could be ed States there are only one hundred Willie Anderson C. Wallace do _____________.___ 16.00 10.00L. that you will not regret attending.

brutal kind. Our soldier boys have few heard the heart-rending cries of the and fifty thousand deaths a year from II. Futch do ________________ 35.00 -- a -
disagreeable features tuberculosis. So it is that efficient Kate Douglass do _________ 40.00
pleasures, kit many Russian 0 Prussians! 0 Prussians! seen
I : J. M. Groover do __________________ 40.00J.
as well as dangers to look for- -but there was no answer. Our captain child welfare work will save more lives I. Ogden do _________________ 35.00 RISING.Mr. .

ward to in France, while fighting for' had ordered 'The whole lot must than would be saved if tuberculosiswas Lilly Crosby do ___________________ 60.00
Vera Surrency: do _.__________________ 40.00 -i.- -
us, and, therefore, they deserve all we die. So rapid fire.' As I have heard, wiped out, in spite of the importance Mrs. Bynum Perkins do _____________ 35.00A. Henry L. Stevenson is gather-

. i can do for them. Let us, by economizing ive men and one officer on our side of this latter work. O. Jenkins do __________________ 60.00 his of There GOODRICHHAS
ing large
t. little that have at least While thousands of American soldiers M. D. Paul do _________________ 30.00 crop pecans. I
t t. a see they went mad from those heartrendingcries. Josie Keller do ___________________ 25.00C. is a larger crop of these nuts this ALWAYS BLAZED
' enough to eat and warm clothing, and : But most of my comrades and are preparing to take their pla- F.. Kelley do ______________ 25.00S. year than ever before. I THE TffAlU-THE REST OF THE"TIR5

by contributing to the Red Cross and the the unarmed and ces in the trenches of Europe, it is sen- K. Kelley do ____________________ 50.00 V.'CSLD!: HA"- rC% I
\ officers joked OVWgfc'
Since
as cotton sold few
J. A. Jones do ____________________ 30.00I. was a days
'I the Y. M. C. A. subscription, provide lelpless Russians shrieked for mercy sible to admit the fact that many thou- J. Keller _________________________ 25.00 ago the people here are building up Sold R. W.
, care for them when ill or wounded/ while they were being suffocated in the sands of them will never return home Bradford Co. Telegraph printing._____ 12.00 their places and putting the farmsin by MillS
entertainment. This is lit- thousands will return Drew Co.. b boards ___________ 91.00C. are j
! and some swamps and shot down. The order and that many more A. Knight clenea Iwork _________ 25.00 good condition.Mr. 1 Stark, Florida
tle enough for us to do, but this mite was 'Close up and at it harder!' physical wrecks. The nation must S. S. Dowling teaching ______________ 125.00B. A. V. Long of Starke last week
'f we should not withhold. offset this drain its manhoqd by D. Law do _____?______________ 70.00 1I I
"For afterwards those heart- upon
days started house his land
Delle Stroman do __________ 70.00E. building a on
rending yells followed me and I can- combatting infant mortality and by C. Warren do ________._____.____. 75.00 which he purchased sometime ago
-- THE RAILWAYS' WORK. not think of them I shall mad. protecting the lives of its new-born Mrs. A. E. Wall do __________ 60.00
4 or go the of the Lois Peek do _________________ 60.00E. from.the Empire Lumber Co., located WelTAnned!:]
p There is no God. There is no morality babies, who will make men K. Stuck do ____________________ 60.00 just west of A. L. Jackson's farm. Mr.

In "doing their bit" railways of and no ethics any more. There i future. .. n I Mrs. J. C. Poppell do ______________ 60.00 Long also has of late bought.the farmof :
.... "In ana most 01 an Olive Ray: do ----------------------- 60.00 I
the country are not behind any other are no human beings any more. But every country, I Mildred Crosby do 35.00 Mr. Manning, known as the'Frank
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S institutions., Incredible demands have only beasts. Down with militarism." in those countries which are hardest S. D. Padgett do ___________________ 75.00 Morgan place. '
and i Ruby Howard do __...__... ._....._ I /
. There the of PrusSian pressed such as France Belgium- : ? 70.00
been made upon them of late. They was experience a Catherine Howard. do _:_____________ 60.00 :Mr. Frank Morgan, of this section,
; have moved more than a million of soldiers soldier: At present wounded; work for the protection of infancy and E. E. Guerry do ___________________ 50.00 and :Mr. Arthur Alvarez, of the Water-

t I their coal and Berlin October 22 1914. maternity has been greatly increased 1 Eva Epperson do ____________ 35.00 and
' and equippage, ; since the Dr. Grace C. C. &aff do ______________________ 35.00D. oak section, have swapped places
. stores for the navy and army, timber "If you are a truth-loving man, war began, says ; O. McRaa-do ______________________ 35.00M. will make their change some time this
t..; and other materials for the shipyards please receive these lines from a common L Meigs, of Washington, who has J M. Griffis do ____1_________ 45.00 S
made special study of infant welfare Edna Faircloth do _______________ 40.00 lOTW1Lf''t
t. t .. and cantonments, and besides many Prussian soldier. a Eva Lee Crews do ___________________ 35.00S. Cold In One -
Cure
t other services to the government, they This was the testimony of another work in war time. "If the experience : A. Draper do ___________________ 115.00 To a Day.
the of German soldier on the east front: of foreign countries is to teach us any- Mizelle Smith do ___________________ 60.00 Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the
have done usual transportation that it wouldbe Edna Epperson do ________________. 60.00 Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
I food and other commodities for the "Russian, Poland, December 18, 1914 thing, it should teach us Katie Martin do ___________________ 60.00 Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
, '. I people of the country thus preventing "In the name of Christianity I send wise to realize the importance of Ellie Whitworth do ______________ 60.00 K. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
protecting the children, then thoughan Bradford Co. Bank loan ___.. 4080.00
I. famine of any of the necessaries. Besides you these words.

: 'they have carried passengers, I "My conscience forces me as a Chris. extremity of need does not at present Henry Varnes Special inc 1 Tax___Districts._____________ 3.00J.

mail and express. Just before the war tian German soldier to inform you of force this realization; that early in W. Morgan supplies 15 ___________ 2.15J. COULD HARDLY

_______________
I these lines."Wounded. the war is the time to preserve the integrity W. Morgan do 16 2.50
broke out there much complaint
; : was J. W. Morgan free books 27 _________-_ 12.84C.
of car shortage and of freight con- Russians are killed with of our work for infant and L. Scaff teaching 14 ___________ 7.50 ,
1 maternal welfare before that work is James Gaskins materials 15 _________ 1
in but when the the bayonet according to orders. .65 STAND ALONE
: gestion places, gotb the loss of physiciansand G. W. Wainwright do ________________ 4.81
ernment called on the railways to not I "And Russians who have surrendered disorgaized by Amie Mackery teaching 4 ._________ 20.00 #
4 ( fail in doing the nation's transportation are often shot down in masses according nurses. As the war goes on doubtless Saleta Mercer do 20 ________ 5.00 -
wiU arise Bob Chestnut labor 23 ____________ 6.00
by intelligent and energetic cooperation to orders, in spite of their many especial problems ; John Wise janitor 3 _______T_ _,,., 7.00 Terrible Suffering From Headache
S and work, they brought or- heart-rending prayers. if the already established work 15 disorganized Rose Cox do ____________________ 18.00 ,
these problems cannot be'' Starke Hwd Co. materials 17 _____ 3.00 Sideache Backache and Weakness
'In the that the
of and hope ,
chaos
I jer) out by allowing no you, as rep J. W. Morgan free books 12 ________ ,7.50
f car to be idle or under loaded, minimized resentative of a Christian state, will met. Wade Kennedy janitor 23 ------ 15.00 Relieved by Cardoi, When company comes ,

the car shortage. Faster runs protest against this, I sign myself"A The baby will soon be at a premium; J. I. Ogden teaching 27 _____ 25.00F. I I This Texas there is no time to ,
I Lady.
% ; and he must be saved. M. Norman repairs 10 ____________ 13.30 Says '
\ and shorter stoppages did the rest. German Soldier and Christian. Lillie Crosby do ____________ 10.00 ,. waste-no chances to':
: But the heads of the roads would "I would give my name and regi- I -.- J. W. Morgan free books 27 _____ 3.68J. be taken-so mother{
J. Rigdon brooms 3 ________________ 2.25S.
nevertheless have been helpless had ment but these words could get me 10. . . .0 A. Draper inc 23 ________________ 23.92 Gonzales, TeL- Sirs. MinnIe Pill sees that there is al.waysacanof .
not the trainmen been patriotic and ,courtmartialed for divulging military Mildred Crosby teaching 24 ________ 20.00 pot, of this place, writes: "Five years
.
done all could to hasten secrets." I > STARKE' 4 E. E. Guerry do 16 _______________ 6.00 *
1 they delivery <8> FRATERNAL DIRECTORY 4 C. C. Scat do 12 __________________ 20.00D. ago I was taken with a pain In my -<
,:. of freight They work willingly and This letter was from a soldier on 4 0 O. McRae do _________________ 15.00 left side. It was right under zny
untiringly, and in view of late developments the western front: Mrs. Millie Wardjanitor 3 _________ 25.00 CALUMET1BAKING
4 F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. 4 Bradford Co. Bank loan 3 ________ 50.00 left rib. It would commence with an
: the raise in pay they received "To the American government, 4 35. Meets second and 0 B. M. Dowling refund on 1216 tax 7 __ 55.64 aching and extend Into my left POWDER'ton
in the beginning of the year WjS well Washington, U. S. A.: every M. M. Griffis teaching 17 _______ 5.00 up
: ;
earned. The achievements of the ."English who have surrendered > fourth Monday nights. 0 A. D. Andrews Merc Co. repairs 22...._ 30.00A. shoulder and on down into my back.
), are D. Andrews ______ 13.251
o 0 Merc Co. supplies nand. Cakes pies
'. American railways is a wonder to Eu- shot down in small groups. With the A. S. Crews labor 22 10.00 By that time the pain would be so -.j
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0
: ropeans and are vital for the winning French one is more considerate. I ask 4 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. I severe I would have to take to bed, doughnutsmuffins and :!

: : of the war for our side. ,whether men let themselves be taken' 4 Meets every Tuesday. night. and suffered usually about three days all good things to eat'must .

c : !prisoner in order to be dissarmed and.I 4 0 ...I suffered this way for three years, be dressed up in
10 0o
'j $ i I M. W. of A., Starke Camp. CLASSIFIEDD
and
I We were glad to note the good roads I shot down afterwards? Is that chivalry Meets first and third Wed- 0 and got to be a mere skeleton and was their best taste

> t editorial in the Starke Telegraph last : in battle? It is no longer a secret 4 every 0 so weak I could hardly stand alone. looks. :

: week and it hits the right spot. What among the people; one hears every- nesday nights. Was not able to go anywhere and had
her '
.. I I 4 4 FOR RENT-6 room cottage next Then, too, reputation
where that few prisoners are taken; to let my house work go..I suffered
need is roads for the
we present
! I gener- they are shot down in small o W. 0. W., All Friends Camp 0 door to C, P. Cason, on Call street.J. awful with a pain in my back and I as a cook must
ation. Our road must be all groups.
I system They naively 'We don't want 4 No. 138. Meets every second ando 0 W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf. had the headache all the time. I just be upheld and she"stakes" .-
k say : any
have
,for we been spending
wrong over
fourth 0 unable to do life
Friday nights. was a thing. My it Calumet
mouths to feed. Where on :
c unnecessary
!11 : ten thousand dollars a year for roads o 4 FOR SALE-Extra good farm mule.A was a misery, my stomach got In an it
there She knows <
is to enter time.
,, : for the past fifty years and are as far: no one complaint o Union Chapel Camp, No. 636,, 0 bargain for cash. C. C. Griffis, awful condition caused from taking every ;
there is no judge! Is there then her.*
r from them as we were when we start no o meet first and third Friday Starke. 10-19-4t. BO much medicine. I suffered so much will not disappoint '

. ed. Bond for good roads and buM power' in the world which can put an o nights every at Union Chapel. J. A. El- 0 .. pain. I had Just about given up all Order a can and have the! ,.,
-. 1. I them all at once and be done with end to these murders and rescue the 4e -- hopes of our getting anything to help "company" kind of bakiapevery
4 lington, Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. FOR SALE-I60 acres of land, about
victims? Where is
them,...is. the only way. Surely Brad \ Christianity? 4 in me.One day.Calumet ::
70 cultivation
ford Wbete is right? Might is right.fUA and under good day a Birthday Almanac was tack-
.: county cannot afford to be hemmed contains only
o Visiting brothers are cordially 0 fence. Cheap for cash. S. B. Wood- thrown In my yard. After readingits
i Soldier and Man who is no Barbariim. -
in been
by, a network of good roads in ." o invited to attend these meetings. 0 ard, Theressa, Fla. testimonials I decided to try Car- ingredients as have .
other counties surrounding. approved officially by the:
1 .
; t. 4 4t dui, and am so thankful that I did.
't c' Butler Times. 0 0-4 0 0 4 4 4 4 4' 0 WANTED-To half-crop with some for I began to Improve when on the U. S. Food Authorities., lT.

1' : c- .'/ LETTER FROM SOLDIER BOY. farmer owning a good farm, Can second bottle...! am now a well .. uvs wlciy" bay L 2In

;... :. BELIEVE POLICE HAVE ARRESTED handle one-horse crop. C. C. How- woman and feeling fine and the cure sari w1. p5 W4 ..Jr. ,
has been permanent for It has been
What Keeps Boys at Home. i
Norfolk, Va. ard, Route 3 Starke. 11-2-2t.
GERMAN AGENT. two years since my awful bad health.I .
More would from 0
. i1'ti Naval Operating Base, boys run away will always praise and recommend HIGHEST
; ----- Oct. 29 1917. home to escape the tyranny if they FOR SALE-46-acre farm
/ two miles CarduL" Try Cardtd today. E 78
FORT MYERS Nov. Editor had free board rooms and clothes to northeast of
.f' 5.-Papers, Telegraph: Starke; about 33 acres
I l> I mysterious documents, cipher codes, Please have my paper sent to me I run to.-Port H" itlLEGAL > 5t\r-Tplprmn. stumped and in cultivation. New 5

S maps and data of every inlet, even to here, instead of Naval Training Station room house, 15-foot rooms. Ten- ___ -*

It : the smallest creek on the west coast I ,' as we have been transferred to I + + + + + ', + + + + + + + + + + ant house. N. T. King, Route 1,

4 of Florida, were found by authorities the Operating Base Station here at NOTICES P Starke. 10-19-41

p in a trunk belonging to John DeLeur Jamestown but all of mail is sent
; our + + + 4 + + d' + + + Weaver DrugCo.:
k' arrested and charged with obtaining out from Norfolk. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre
,- -. Our Thirty days after date hereof. I will applyto
under false
.. money pretense. DeLeur bungalows are divided into two the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county: judge of farm 2% miles east of Starke, 14

4. was arrested under. -that charge and sections, with six rooms in each seetionwith Bradford county: Florida. for an order to sell acres in cultivation, good house and

I \ when authorities searched his belong- nine men fo each room, but at private sale a two-thirds interest same being barn good location for stock
,
;..'. \ ; ings, found enough evidence to believe as we sleep in hammocks we have Maolis the Pitts entire minors interest in the of following Clyde Pitta described and in center of strawberry section.range For,

:, 4 4 he is an agent of the German government plenty of room. land situate in Bradford county. Florida. particulars address C. A. Johnson, The store

.. HaYent seen of the from to-wit:
: any boys :
The West half of lot 2 of the Northwest Station No. 3, Gary, Fla. 10-5-tf. 9 WTMHMBKSRaiford
= He was given a hearing on a charge here, but our company is expecting to Quarter of Section 5. Township 4>, South Range -

; of obtaining money and was bound to go away in a few weeks. 21 East containing 41 63-100 acres.,

-.. the grand jury. DeLeur claims to be We have a very nice camp here, in 11-9-51. Guardian A VIE for SMITH.Said Minors. FpR SALE-The place belonging to

a native of Denmark, but a naturalized fact, it will be one of the best in the I the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains Fla.

citizen of America, having lived in United States when completed, with NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.In 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence. ,

: f / this country more than forty years. all conveniences one could .wish for Circuit Coyrt. Bradford County. Florida.In Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one
petition of A. IX Andrews
re Mercantile
DeLeur claims to have lived in Fort in the navy. We live in the bunga- Company: for dissolution barn. Located 1% miles from Starke

; r.' 1 Myers a number of months. During lows, which are very comfortable, with Notice of Delation. one-half mile from church, one mile

:J. r that time he is said to have posed asS steam heat and electric lights. Each concern To the: creditors That a majority and all: of to the-whom stockholdersof it may from school. For further informa- The House of

;/ "'I _most impoverished. Mrs.-C. A. Rus- company has a separate mess hall, the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company: a tion write A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or 1 < PURE DRUGS. .
: --sell who bath and I corporation. organized under the laws of the see K. L Griffis, Starke. Inquire for
appeared against him, testified room a place to wash clothes. I State of Florida. and doing business at Rai I COURTEOUSTREATMEN .
that she has furnished him his We have liberty twice a week, from ford Bradford county.: Florida. has petitioned directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf

dinner every day for.three.months. lp.m.tol a. m., but the Y. M., C. A. I I this court for an order to dissolve said corporation -, LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES. _
for the of iJ
the
I purpose discontinuing
::5 In his possession at the time of his in Norfolk give dances for .
or parties corporation and to enter into other business FOR SALE-Farm of -176 acres, 35 =:\
7 1 arrest, were found certificates of deposit !' the boys nearly'every week, and then for themselves. I in cultivation
It is acres good land, near
to the amount of $16,000 in different we are alLawed special. therefore ordered. adjudged and decreed PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. t
liberty. that this court will consider said petition ly all stumped, 50 budded pecan
'S_' -: banks in the country. His possessions Nearly "all' the boys in this campoiigtt I on the 17U day Of December A. D. 1917.i trees beginning to bear, 150 peach --..
: .. at One o'clock P. M. at Gainesville. Florida. .
having been examined since .Bond last I
a Liberty
: Fridayand trees nice .
and that this notice be published once a week i a 5-room house and out
t his arrest, his wealth is estimated bp' it took nearly all the afternoon to. for four consecutive weeks beginning on the, buildings, irrigating plant mule
: '.. to $80,000. '.' get us signed I Ninth day of Novem r. A. D. 1917 in the one
: "1 up. and farm Weaver
5 Most'of Bradford County: Telegraph at Starke. Flor I implements, 43 head of Drug Co. i
us are looking forward to ida. .
I cattle
;: ; ; ; 20 hogs. Will sell at a sac-
S. : the furlough which Ve hope to get be- I ,Done and ordered this the 6th day .f No- rifice cash
balance
Y. part time.
on
to Wonder About vember. A .D 1917.
Something fore we are sent to but of .
I; sea, tome I I' J.'T. WILLS. Am 78 years old and must sell one POST FFI E BUILDING.
It 'EhyUU' first visit to the the I .
-S. rjsgp. boys would need nearly a month to 11-Wt. Judge. of the best stock farms in Florida. ,- 'I, *i
I._ : country.: "What are yon thinking gothome arid back for ,have '
we n en %
10 miles from Starke ,d1

; wondering. States.
I '
about ,
: 600 pounds. Finder please lakes. Inquire of C. A. Youngblood, f:
.k the cow keeps all the bottles. I appreciate reading the Telegraph notify J. T. Andrews, Dukes, Fla.-It i Theressa, Fla. -- "


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3" )FRIDAY, :NOVEMBER 9,1971 BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE
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f.t+ NOTED DIVINE AT :METHODIST COLUMBIAN WOODMEN LODGE oaoiIOE30I. 'OClOoeo..- loraoo ;5.-4-:.
CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY. ORGANIZED IN STARKE. I

if "- o The Distinguishing Features of

Bits of LocalInformation 1 Rev. J. B. Mitchell, pastor of First Messrs. B. C. Perkins and R. F. Valentine -

Methodist church in Jacksonville, will of Jacksonville, state managers Our New Winter Millinery
preach at the Methodist church in this of the Columbia Woodmen, are in are

city next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Starke organizing a lodge of their so- ORIGINAL STYLE o
E3 II JL and will conduct a special service. for ciety. They are here direct from Rai- D
the members of the church in the afternoon ford where they secured sixty-seven o and o t

r II e..1fJ'.w Omr rr ".. ........ ... at 3 o'clock. Let every Meth- members. e HIGH
rr.-.u .. ... c..0" eM Tse.l odist and friend of Methodism, hear They have two gentlemen at Lawtey QUALITY

this eminent divine next Sunday at organizing a lodge there, Messrs. li S
Both hours. Let no friend, or memberof H. Jones, of Georgia, and Mr. J. E. There i* in our collection every land of hat you are likely to want.

the church be absent next Sunday.A Byrd, of Jacksonville. There will bea Many of our pattern are novelties that are not to be found elsewhere. ;

Coming "Womanhood.! See it! Shall Ve suffer Belgium's fate? See full attendance at Sunday school is lodge in Lawtey of fifty members by SILK VELVET HATS o
"Womanhood" at Rowand's Theatre, desired, and all our boys and girls are time of organizing.The D .

r E. L. Crosby, of Brooker, was in November 9th. cordially requested to stay for the Columbian Woodmen is a strictly SAILORS, MUSHROOMS, and TURBANS o

town' Saturday. morning preaching service. Dr. Mitchell Southern organization, selling insurance are especially noticeable features of the collection. You are sure to
LouisWilkerson, of Raiford, trans- will speak on "The World War and on an adequate rate, no as- o I
like them. We can fit with becoming hat for from
W. L.Douglass shoes at Sternberg's acted business in Starke Wednesday.Mr. the Kingdom of Christ," and this will sessments. The society has $106.45for you $2.00 up.

interest our young people as much as every$100 for future claims. The KNIGHT ;MILLINERYSTARKE.FLA.
: A. Swanbom and 0. T. Nelson; of Arch Green and family and Mr. their seniors. company has one million dollars assets f

Saxton, were in town Wednesday. N. T. Ritch and family spent Sunday T. L. Z. BARR, and a legal reserve of $850,000.00. o day;
with Mr. and Mrs. John Sapp at Sapp > Pastor. They sell seven different policies: p
: Don't forget 'the Christmasx boxes Station. S- 20-year pay, ordinary life, perfect protection oOClOOCIO -0nOC0n01o1Z6 tj

.'j for Tuesday, November 13th. STARKE GLEE CLUB. death and disability, monthly -
ar Big line of ginghams and cheviotsat income and two different term policies PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR.The I . : .

J. M. Mott, of Lake Butler, spent Sternberg's.Mr. / ,r }
T the first part of the week in Starke. The Glee Club wil live its first pub- Messrs. Perkins and Valentine are TRAIN
Ladies Aid of the I SCHEDULE. & lt ;
-:- .- N. T. Ritch had as guests at lic concert at the High School auditorium reporting a great success here. Theyare church will hold bazaar Nov. ----- .

!t Miss Delle Stroman spent the week- his home this week Mrs. John Ritch on Friday night, Nov. 23rd, as- being asisted by Judge B. D. Kelly. They will have on a sale fancy on and New time table went into effect <> ,

14 end in Jacksonville with her sister. and daughter, Miss Effie, of Neals, and sisted by the local orchestra compris- ftol ? and a delicious lunch. 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, 1
ing eleven pieces, and has been article f
pre-
Mrs.
Matilda Ritch of Raiford.
;., CARD OF THANKS. of the chief attractions will be a trains will run as follows: f
nice ..
orchestral numbers.
t; sale at the Cash paring some f
Special going on
booth where from e
anese goods "a
The Glee Club is and -
our own boys,
Mrs. Emma Richard and Mrs. H. C.
Department Store. they have been in study for time The Liberty Loan Executive Com Japanese firm will be sold. Jacksonville to Tampa.
Richard spent several days in Jack- some : No. 3 ________10:55: 0 +-
-------- a. m.
o>. Mr. and"Mrs. H. D. May, of HampJ' sonville returning home Tuesday af and are able to handle some of the mittee wishes to express to Mr. E. S. -' No. 1-----__________11:14 p. m. $
ton, were visitors to Starke Tuesday. rnoon.The popular Glee Club work that colleges Matthews, chairman Liberty Loan FIVE CENT LECTURE No.'15 "Floridian"2:37. p. m. <>
usually present. committee for Bradford county, and to .... & t
B.: of Raiford had horse were conspicuous Everybody will want to hear them each member of committees and indiv- Jacksonville '
a Justice D. Kelly, swappers to Cedar Key. .
t business in Starke Tuesday. by their absence in Starke during and can afford it, as the charge is only iduals; working in the recent Liberty tarke; is to have a treat this No. 21_______________ 4:50: p. m. 0 ,
court week. This occupation has almost 5 cents. As this cannot interfere with Loan campaign its sincerest appre- in the shape of a lecture course 0 '

Leave your gifts of money or otherwise passed out of existence and no any other undertaking at that price ciation of- their untiring efforts and will be equal in some respects Tampa to Jacksonville. e ,

f; at J. W. White's or A. M. Dar- one is sorry.Remember. and will still-if well attended-real- co-operation. Lyceum course of lectures-. yet No. 4______________- 3:26 p. m. $ n
s by's store. ize a neat sum for the school, as the Without such co-operation the campaign 5c each, so all can have the No. 2_____-_________ 4:51 a. m. <8>
young men wish to help the institution could not have proved the suc- No. | "
the date-not later than such high class entertainment. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. $
Nov. 13th-for that has helped them. cess which it has.Yours Dr. Cox $ .
Some remodeling in the Bradford Tuesday, your Xmas speakers as and Prof. s
County Bank has gone on this week. gift for our boys.J. There are 15 to 18 singers, many of very truly, of Florida University; Prof.:' Cedar Key to Jacksonville. A ;
whom are in, the High School, and this W C. WARDLAW, of Stetson; Miss Harris, of No. 20_____________ 9:18 a. m. e : -

Syrup cans just arrived at Starke F. Williams', a prosperous and musical training will round out their Chairman, Liberty Loan Executive see; Prof. Jones, of Columbia, e
k Hardware Co. popular farmer of the Providence sec education and help them tojbe( a pleasure Committee, Sixth Federal Reserve local speaker will be heard on Starke and Waniee. $ s
tion, spent the first of the week in to their friends and families. .' District. subjects. (Daily Except Sunday) 0 t
Plan to attend the 5c concert and No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 -
a. m.
Y. D. J. Byrd, a Confederate veteran Starke. Mr. Williams was a member --+-- These lectures will be } '
: ; of Graham;'was in town Monday.J. of the grand jury. show your appreciation of the boys' PAINFUL ACCIDENT. through the fall and winter and No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. A ;
work. be> announced later as to dates ;
Mrs. J. 0. Fralick has time of each lecture. The T. J. GRIFFIN, 0 ,,,
C.Byrd, formerly of Raiford, now returned subject Agent 0 '
One day of last week Rev. and Mrs.
z of Jacksonville, was in Starke the first home from Worthington Springs, BAPTIST CHURCH. be announced later. .
of the week. where she had been the guest for several j. W. Kickliter were going on a short The young men's Glee Club .4. . e m ee + '
days of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. journey by vehicle, and as someother opens the lecture course on 'the t .X
Last Sun- -
+
Sunday was Temperance
H. Harrison.Mr. people were to accompany them, it of November 23rd: These
Mrs. A. Price spent several days recently are $
day and the the
pastor preached
on was decided to use the Mrs.
Mrs. J. wagon. when the H. C. L. almost frightens
in Jacksonville visiting .
subject of temperance, "The Saloon Kickliter her t
took
in the
: Hampton Jones. E. M. Johns, Gustine Long and place rear but> at such a small cost we need CHURCH DIRECTORY. 0 '
Must Go. In the evening the choir, seat and the
horse starting suddenly,
k Charley Johns spent Saturday in Jack- let all culture and relaxation from 0
orchestra and chorus rendered some she
fell
Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. sonville, Mr. Johns going up to attendto beautiful music, which much ; over backward to the ground. bor> cease. For the young BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 0
was en-
When lifted
Brymer's fish market; phone 109. business-and the boys to see Buffalo up she was speechless, but sake let us throw helpful and (36)I pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. 0 -
,Bill's show. joyed. recovered later on. At this writingshe things about them, and make it Sunday morning service, 11:00 ,
There will be the usual services on is still confined to her bed o'clock ,
complaining 0
Miss Ottie Gray, of Gainesville, isvisiting'Mrs. to do wisely and difficult to go ; Sunday evening service,
k'' I' Before next Sunday morning and evening to of pain in her side. Her 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday evening e
order mail
J. E. Wilson and other sending your to a
which the is invited. fti:
order house public cordially many friends deplore the accident but 6:45; Wednesday evening 0
Starke friends. see Sternberg.The Come with us and we will do thee hope she will soon be able to be about TESTED AND PROVEN. prayer service, 7 o'clock. Every- '

good. W. G. LAW, again. body cordially invited to attend. 0 : ,
H. W. Kerce, of Wauchula, was in Ladies Aid Society of the Bap- Pastor. 0 ?_
There Is A Heap of Solace in
Starke Wednesday attending to busi- tist church will meet Tuesday, No- e _
vember 13th at 3 o'clock at the homeof Able to Depend Upon a Well- EPISCOPAL-Dr.
t ness. U. D. C. MEETS WITH MRS. WIL- M. M. Fryer 0
Mrs. J. E. Futch. Matters concern STARKE SCOUTS GAIN VICTORY. SON. Earned Reputation. priest in charge. Sunday school, 0 ,

I The school children have ing the annual bazaar will be discussed 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and 0 : ,

y. ed generously to the contribut-I! and a large attendance is desired. By fast work and inside organized Wednesday afternoon the W. T. For months Starke 'readers sermon and 11 o'clock; chi ray0
er sermon, 7 clock 0 4 x
y the ; rehearsal -
constant of
Why not you? playing, the local troop of Boy Scouts Weeks Chapter of the United Daugh- seen expressions 7 o'clock
Mrs. F. A. Scott is in Lakeland at- were able to defeat the basketball five for Doan's Kidney Pills, and Wednesday
I ters of the Confederacy met with Mrs.J. evening. Come and worship with 0 "..,
Marshal S. B. Denmark, of Raiford, tending the state convention of the from Hampton on the local court last E. Wilson. about the good work they have us. 0 r

was in town on court business the first Woman's Christian Temperance Union Friday afternoon by the tune of 23 to The president, Mrs. L. A. Davis, occupied in this locality. What other 0
I'-
of the week. Mrs. Scott is to contribute to the 5. the chair and a considerable ever produced such convincing METHODIST-T. L Z. Barr Ca (

program by reading a paper, "Health The first half of the game was very amount of business was transacted. It of merit? pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. A
We sell lumber to build houses and and Food Conservation." fast and exciting and was marked by was decided that the Chapter would H. Merwin, Artesian Well m. Preaching every Sunday at 0 ,3
r' then wood to heat them. Quigley Lum- many brilliant plays by both sides, especially make 18 comfort kits and present tor, 512* Lemon St., Palatka, 1J a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer 0
ber &; Supply Co If you are an American, see "Worn on the part of Wall and Kick- them to the Red Cross, to be used for says: "I was having considerable meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 e "
anhood," the glory of the nation at liter, of Starke, and at its end the the next drafted men. Officers for the ble from my kidneys. At no time o'clock. Junior Epworth League

Geo. 0. Jacobs, cashier of Citizens Rowand's Theatre, Nov. 9th. score stood 15 to 2. The second half coming year were elected as follows. I[ free from lameness and Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior 0

Bank ,of Raiford, had business in was easy sailing for the Starke team President, Miss Amelia Ray. through my back and kidneys. Epworth League Sunday evening a
j j:: Starke Wednesday. Mr. Clarence Ware, who is a mem- and was featured only by the long field Vice President, Mrs. A. V. Long. kidney secretions were too I at C:45. A cordial invitation is
ber of the National Army, has been of the local in and then again
i I goals boys. Secretary, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. passage scanty extended to all to worship with 0 .
Arrow collars at Sternberg's. transferred from New York to South I Quite a crowd of both Starke and Historian, Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr. painful. I felt unfit for any I "us. a ,
s Carolina, and will soon leave for for- Hampton followers witnessed the contest Treasurer, Mrs. W. L. Wall. work and had to rest every little 0
eign service. Clarence Ware is a son : and declared it the fastest of the Registrar, Miss Olive Ray. I[ finally got a supply of Doan's PRESBYTERIAN Sunday 0 k

in-t of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ware. season, despite the large score. A return The meeting adjourned to meet the ney Pills and they gave me relief School at 10 o'clock every Sunday 0

trict No. 6. game will be played this w_ eek. first Wednesday in December with most immediately. After I had morning._ Prayer meeting Wednesday 0 **,
Look in the Red Cross column and Mrs. L. A. Davis.PRESBYTERIAN. three boxes, I was cured." evening at 7:30 o'clock. 0 j
", J. W. Andrews, Sr., has built a new read the call for articles to be sent in NEW CHURCH.The Price 60 cents at all dealers. I > Visitors cordially invited to worship 0
k barn on his premises on W st Madison the Christmas box to the Bradford simply ask for a kidney remedy with us. Ladies Aid meets 0

if. .. street county men who are in our army; then Union Chapel CHURCH. Doan's Kidney Pills-the. same the first Sunday in each month. 0
burned down
Ia ,
,. substantially remember these brave cured Mr. Merwin. Foster to .
j: .". Ford tops and curtains complete, men who are defending you. some new time church ago,, about has been one replaced mile north-witha Sunday school and preaching services Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ( ) I . . .

$9.50. M. Leviton. Starke. next and
Sunday morning preach-
.
east of town, onthe Starke and Lawtey '
:4 4e
Our fine blue suits in the .
: Prof. R. A. Green, principal .of the now arriving weave for the Christmas serge trade.A. are. road. Services will be inauguratedthere ing pastor evening.The and family are settled in
tomorrow night, November 10th, - -
f Live Oak High School, spent here.Saturday D. Andrews Mercantile Co., Raiford when Rev. W:,A. Cameron will begina the manse and are patiently awaitingthe .
and Sunday with relatives
Fla.| arrival of their household goods.It .
series of meetings there. All are
b is expected that the pastor will
t'. L. E. Jordan was in Jacksonville I The new 'canning factory has already welcome. spend his 'full time with the Starke "WOMANHOOD";
.
Monday to meet his brother, M. H. installed as much machinery and BRADFORD congregation. .

't1f c.t 1 Jordan. of Biloxi, Miss., who .came.. to apparatus as space has permitted. J. HONOR ROLL COUN-. It is hoped that every member and The Glory of the Nation ,.
-t:1 VlSlt. F. Canova' wil Ibe through ginning TY HIGH SCHOOL. friend of the church will make an effort 1.

i! cotton next 'week, and full possessionwill to attend the services and be- Undef '''Auspices' of the Boy Scouts
"Come" across," says the American then be given Mr. Shaver. The First Grade-Tillman Alvarez, El- come acquainted with the pastor and

;i: boy France-so does the Bradford rest of the apparatus will then be installed zie Austin, Wesley Bryan, Marguerite family.. J. S. STEVENSON, Featuring Alice Joice,Harry Morey and all the stars '
..
;: :County.Red CrosS-with your .xmas and canning begun. Mansell, Edna May Strickland, Annie Pastor. of[the Vitagraph Cast. .
"
.j. Cheer Boxes. Belle Turner, Mary Lee Wynn. .

f. Every section of Bradford county is Second Grade-Lucile Moore, Mir- Two Shows 6:00 and 8:00 }
... V. J. Valentine, a venerable and very urged to respond to the Red Cross iam Ortagus, Elise Jones, Pearl Stacey MRS. KISIAH BROWN. : : p.m.

popular citizen of Providence, was in Chapter's call for boxes for our sol- Maurice Dubose, Carlyle Ritch, David '
I Starke the. first of the week, visiting diers. Mitchell, Orville Barr, Coke Barr, Ed- Mrs. tfisiah Brown died at her homein "The most spectacular, intensely human, high powered -

relatives. win Gardiner, Curtis Johns. the Wateroak section Sunday, November photo production ever shown. The New York

.- ',. 'Mrs. A. H. Freeman went to Lake Third Grade-Newn Alvarez, Owen 4th, .from hemorrhage of the press with one accord lauds it as the film of the hour.
Warner
rust-proof corsets are guaranteed
Griffin, Bertha Wilson, Ruth Parker, brain, and the remains were interredat
the
7: at Sternberg's.H. land vention Tuesday of the to attend Woman's state Christian con- Gussie Mae Bennett, Cora Dyal, Isla the Evergreen cemetery, on New It portrays the three great loves of woman's life, the r;

Temperance Union. Mrs. Freeman is Poppell. River, Monday: love of a maid for a man, the love of a mother for her. a
:"h H. M. Douglass, a prosperous farmer Fourth Grade-Hilda Bryan, Lois The deceased was born in Bradford
.to conduct a knitting demonstrationand child the love of'a woman for her country.
from the of the
western
"' portion work to get the women of the union Edwards, Rosa Leviton, Lassiter An- county October 27, 18H, a daughter of
county, was a,visitor to. Starke. Mont thoroughly interested in knittingfor drews, Myrtle Hodges, Fannie Darby, Mr.' and Mrs. Benjamin Green. She DONTFAIL TO SEE IT ATROWAND'S r a
: day. the soldiers. Frances Colley, McKenzie Culbreath, was married to the late Mr. D. Brown '

. .t Hugh Brownlee, Madeline Green, Ruth while still very youn j, and they lived THEATRE
Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at PoppelL frst'in Alachua county, then moved Friday November 9th.
it the Cash Department Store. Nothing will add so much to the Fifth Grade-Dolly McRae, LeRoy taci: to Bradford. The deceased had ,

: r looks of your house as paint. Try it Stewart, Thelma Dyal, Alma Sapp, lived in this county 'or th! ? past ':0 'r ADMISSION 25 35 AND 50 CENTS '
l ,
I! The School and Civic Club will meet Woolsey's Semi-Paste-the best and
formant
Joe Sistrunk Christine Vandi 3) ?etrs and had "icin a widow
t. next Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock cheapest-quality considered. Quigley Williams, Fred Mott. : years.. She had belonged to the M l5AlAlAfA .r a:
P-3, with Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. Lumber &; Supply Company.A Sixth Grade-Iris Epperson, Isabel Baptist church .pi..1! s: 1r',1. before she
Fernandez. difij!, hen she J"MCU the Pent1.osiersinto X' \ X\ XX\ ,

; Syrup cans just arrived at Starke Lake Butler visitor tells us that Ninth Grade-Alice Thornton. which faith she was to have been ..

111', Hardware Co. ( Nathan Varnes, of that place, has a Eleventh Grade-Florence Matthews, baptized on the day when the angel
.", hen of an experimental turn of mind. Emma Powell. (\. otth claimed her. of i.e.ir rela-
:t, Mr. J. A. Brooks and family, of Raiford He last effort was to lay a large egg tives she leave to mount her depar-
{ ,-.pent.Sunday with his'brother, in which was enclosed a smaller, perfectly ture' one son, Mr. Oliver Brown, and .
;, ,: Mr. G. W. Brooks and wife of North formed. SALVATION.The one daughter, Mrs. Enoch Griffis, ,oJLawtey General Insurance

i' t: Walnut street ; one brother, Mr. W. G. Green,

s .. R. S. Powell is engaged in tearing subject for Rev. W. G. Law's of Waldo, and two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie
l.S't America must protect America.:Are down the old Clark house, which form- discourse at the Baptist church .Sunday Norman, of the Wateroak section, and .
:t fi you ready?/ Come to Rowand'stheatre ed an ell ofthe old school house, tore evening was "Salvation," which Mrs. Polly Ann Murrhee, of the western ..'

:.t;: Nov.. 9th', and see why.., ... -er ct-it'pear Humphrey's still to he handled in his usual masterly man- portion of this county. Many .JOS.,. E. WILSON. .
: \ 'J sirve: or a's hool house there: This ner. Though the evening was cold other relatives and numerous friends -
f r J. 0. Fralick has recovered his front building was erected in 1885 and the the church was warm and comfortableand mourn the loss of the departed, whose SUCCESSOR TO .

t!i gate, which was kidnaped by;the.Hal .lumber. is still sound.f a large audience listenede to the long life"had been a useful and exem- .. "H. C. RICHARD
1 I lowe'en roysterers. 'It 'was found< iilF sermon and to the excellent music and plary one. .
the top of an oak tree. the choir.
singing by large
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.f t SOME HOGS ARE DYING PLAN PROTECTION FOR GAR OOOOOOOOOO. OG iO + + + + + +% 4 + + + + + + + + + + I )
DENS. .i, + +

i i THE PIONEER OF RURAL + SYNOPSIS OF NEW GAME + RUB OUT PAIN I H .
When Pastured on Rich Feeds Dietetic i .1:
4 CREDITS. + LAW OF
TilE STATE. + I
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Result. Kaiser Frost has already invaded .
Troubles
with good oil liniment. That'sthe
, i
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Florida. He has been forced to retreat -
, c OO GOOOOO OQ C 000 + f + tff + + + f + tfft + f i 1 I surest way to stop them. I A t.
he is to
but sure come again
i
: d. A dietetic trouble, closely akin to The best rubbing liniment is .
l I I later in the winter. Plan to forestall Honorable David Lubin, Delegate of The title to.all wild birds and game I I [, .
i I cholera in its showing of symptoms, 'his destructiveness by gathering defenses the United States to the International is vested in the various counties of the I I R

is causing the death of many hogs in for your garden and truck crops Institute of Agriculture, Rome, Italy, state. II I
f The trouble is being ,1.
r. Florida just now. I which you know can withstand his at- in a message and address to the The following only are game birds: MUSTANGLINIMENT

, ;_ .11. brought about by turning hogs not on 'tack, is the advice of the Universityof Southern Commercial Congress at its Swan, geese, brant, ducks, rail, coots, HARDWAREW !
the
rich pastures when hogs are Florida extension division. ninth annual convention in New York, mud hens, Gallinulas shore birds, plovers -
offender
H accustomed to the feed. The chief Strawberry growers often use pine October 15-17th, among other things surf birds, snipe, woodcocks, sand

_..I fI is the peanut pasture, and the needles to protect their plants from said: pipers, tattlers, curlews, turkeys, ] \, 'JII1- .
troubled
to be are .
f bogs most likely frosts. When an attack seems likely The mobilization of agriculture grouse, pheasants, quail and turtle ..
those of thin flesh that are naturally
by reason of prevailing low tempera- would render the farmers of the na- doves. I I

I't hungry That and is the eat heartily.Dr. A. H. Logan, tures, the plants are covered. :Many tion as expert in buying and selling It is a $25 fine to catch, kill, shipor Good for the Ailments of A

t veterinary field way agent to the U. S. department growers leave them covered two or their products as are the master-mer- have in possession any game bird, I Horses Mules, Cattle, Etc. %
with head- three days and nights, because it has chants of the cities. plumage, skin, eggs or nests thereof, I RDeWitt
o of agriculture been their experience. that the cold except as provided by law. Good for your own Aches, ;.
at the University of Florida, Such mobilization would be in
quarters
the situation which is giving spell is likely to remain dangerous for line with the conditions brought forth Open season November 20th to Mar. Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,

; rise sums to up calls for his service. The that long a time. by the twentieth century We have no 1st, following, for deer, wild turkey, Cuts, Burns, Etc. t. E
: many I
trouble is not cholera. Neither does Straw is another good frost-proof need to be told that mobilization is 'I quail, doves, swan, geese, brant, rails, 2Sc. SOc. $1.' At all Dealers.
weaken covering. Pile it between the rows at the general rule coot, sandpipers, curlews, snipe, ducks ", -
it cause cholera, but hogs are ; nowadays, Capital
tt- intervals of two or more rows. It will is mobilized mobilized and plover; November 20th to Decem- C. Jones :
labor J
energyis
.t ed by thetrouble and are easy prey I ; ;
not take long to spread it when the is mobilized all industries ber 20th, following, for pheasants, and -
to cholera if it gets a start among ; ; are mobilized
them. temperature drops, and when the dan- with the exception of agriculture.And November 20th to March 1st, follow- Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- Starke Florida;1

,, The symptoms of the trouble maybe ger is past it tan be repiled. here ,is the weak spot which the ing, for squirrels. Unlawful to kill erybody. Advertise! ,

f' one or more of many. A stiffness of Fall-planted Irish potatoes may be measure before us is intended to rem- squirrels in any public or private parkat ',

.. the joints similar to that caused by hilled l up high about the tops in case edy. Such mobilization of this measure any time.It ---- .;;.-
rheumatism may be noticed. The hogs ; of a frost attack, by drawing the earth for mobilizationn has been taken is a $50 fine to capture, kill or -- : 5s&

.. may drag themselves about, confusingthe from the center of the rows. I up by the Southern Commercial Con- injure any game bird or animal by pit- fS

cause with that of worms, or of gress. It has persevered in the fall, deadfall, scaffold, cage, snare, net,

paralysis. Sores may appear on the NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION I I struggle; it now remains to see to ed salt-lick field blind pen, baited hook, bait- Iii Does This Hit You?
chemicals
poison
< drugs, explosives -
legs, or on the body. Thumps or IS NOW ORGANIZEDWill wh .'.hcr it will continue on until \ I
f
or similar device.It .
pants may be prevalent. Blindness I'I tory is here. iC-1
; is a $'t: fine to catch, hunt or kill .
, .. sometimes results. Cerebral troubles, Open in Jacksonville and Has Fil- ,. It is my belief that it will, for it any game bird or animal between dark I
; : such as staggers, convulsions and paralysis at its head one of those peculiar t 51
men
ed Charter for Record. I and
daylight the following day. You face
't are to face with the fact that
may appear. I I who manage to win out in the end. It is a $25 fine to kill more than ones I sooner .

The trouble may develop at any time JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 6.-The National This man, with bull-dog tenacity, i deer, two turkeys, twenty quail ors : or later you'll repair or build. '-
:' after one to six weeks on peanut pas- yet unobtrusive and self-effacing. It i twenty-five birds of I
other
species
I Live Stock Commission Corn any
, ture. Fat hogs are not so likely to !I i I through him that this measure for the in
It is
any one day. a $500 fine to
of Florida located the Inter-
at
pany
I will eat mobilization
show it because they more of agriculture has been
kill
more than three deer ten
turkeys
sparingly of the new feed; but thin state Stock Yards on Talleyrand ave presented in Congress, and yet the

hogs, kept so by a scarcity of feedduring nue, in this city, has just held its organization measure is not in his name. He ha or bird three hundred of any other games If it's repairs is 1-
species in one open season. the time
the will showsymptoms meeting and filed its char- 1 Ct'n imi'i ental :in ;
:,- summer, soon : bringing forward Now '
.. It is a $25 fine to barter, sell or offer Rl.ght r
ter for record with the clerk of the to make them
I, i of this dietetic trouble. It rural credits in the United States, and for sale ; most econ. .
bird animal.
:.. is due solely to the change from a circuit court, as well as filed its application 'yet others took up the threads of his any game or : If : :
It omically. it's
I for membership in the FloridaLive is a $100 fine to hunt outside of a new building, it will certainly .
.' poor to a rich diet, and nat a balanced work and received the credit due to I
1 ration at that. While the taking of Stock Exchange, and is now pioneers. This is a mistake. The pin I your$25 voting fine to precinct without a license; cost no less later on, while the chances
alter license.
a change or a
ready for business. The offices of the
precautions will be particularly neces neer of rural credits for the United '
\ I. It is a $25 fine to transport withinor are it will cost
located more.
in the
are Exchange'biulding ,
, sary with thin hogs, it will be well to company States is the President of the Southern -
without this I
Sc the for fat hogs if they are at the Interestate Stock: Commercial state any game withouta
Congress-Duncan
; use same U. II
; Yards. The National Live Stock Com- Fletcher. proper license. It is a $100 fine for i ii
safe. He
be it who
to
; kept was pioneeredthe I
mission Company, the world's greatest any common carrier to receive such ,
z ;. Peanut pastures are good for hogs, handlers of live stock, makes its ser way for the materilization of the game for transportation.
and ly grains and some American Commission and for the I
t; roughage supplemented make an excellent fattening vice truly national by establishing offices United States Commission on Rural The witnesses furnishing evidence to We are prepared to quote you the lowest possible

R feed. It is not Dr. Logan's intention at Jacksonville. While this new Credits, and the labors of these corns convict for any violation of the game prices from
a good assorted stock
of
law Building .
to scare the farmers into keeping their company is a Florida corporation, it i missions, as embodied in their reportsof shall have half of the fine impos- I
closely affiliated with its ed. '
7 hogs off the peanut pasture. But the parents company 916 pages, proved the way for Ru I material.
hogs must be made accustomed to the the National Live Stock Com ral Credits legislation. Persons residing in the state twelve

;' ,t rich feed by giving them a little at a mission Company of St. Louis. I If I were present at your'meeting I months and the county six months mayon

f. time. Before turning the hogs into In order to be able to render to the would call upon Mr. Fletcher to steg payment of $1 to the county judge,

feed them on peanuts for a shippers of the Southeast the same forward on the receive a "resident county license;"
: \ pasture, platform, and pointing QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY
I'; short period. Begin with a small quan high grade service as rendered from to him I would say: "This is the man for $3 a "non-resident county license"

'1, : tity thrown into the feed lot, and in St. Louis, Mr. C. G. Harlan, the president who has done a great work for the and for" $15 a "non-resident hunter's I The Happy Home Bail Jen'

crease this allowance regularly. Or of the new company, has arrivedin American farmer. He is the pioneerof license. No license required of res-

t' fence off a small part of the pasturefor Jacksonville, and will give his pert Rural Credits in the United States, ident Confederate Veterans. ST ARKEJ FLA

the first feeding and increase i sonal attention to the selling of the and do you know what that means? County judge to have 25c, 50c and
business. He comes from the una I $1, respectively, for each license issued
/ as the digestive systems of the hogs Do you realize the present differences -
become accustomed to the rich feed. tional," at St. Louis, where has between the ordinary rates of intereston ; county game warden to have 25c,

1 ; "If you d.o not take' this precaution, spent the past twelve or fifteen years farm loans and the rural credit 50c and $3 respectively, for each license

,: ,r the trouble is sure to develop," says and so it is needless to say that his rates?" ; balance goes to county school

I Dr. Logan. new company is sparing no expense i in i Nor is that all; take the present rate fund.

t Hogs showing the symptoms of this procuring the best talent to be had I of interest and compare it with what County game wardens are appointedby .c

i trouble will not necessarily die. Many Mr. J. F. Horne, the secretary and it was before Senator Fletcher took up the governor upon recommendation

J, of them, in fact, most of them, will re treasurer of the company, who was ,the Rural Credit question; then strikea by the board of county commissioners.

r cover. But they will be stunted to a formerly wit hthe DuPone Live Stock I j' balance and see what the difference County game wardens may appoint

considerable degree. Death will re Company, will have charge of the office ,i amounts to. You will no doubt be sue deputies in each election precinct.All .

suIt if the symptoms are not taken asa soliciting and advertising end oft!; prised to find that the difference in sol grades of licenses shall be of dif

:. ; warning and the feed changed. the business. *id gold would make a bulk many times ferent color, contain a synopsis of the
Mr. 0. E. Cobb, of York, Ala., wide j his size. And all this has been saved game law printed on the back and

] l 2 TO BANK SWEET POTATOES largest and favorably handlers known as one of the to the farmers of America. If you shall be good only for the open season It will save you money ands]

i of registered and high have i any doubts in the matter, then or fraction thereof immediately following trouble. Gives description and
grade breeding cattle, will carry at1 please over the their issue. full information
go testimony given all seeds for
by on
',' :t T A Simple Method of Storing Them the Interstate Stock Yards
a complete ;
of the
Comptroller Currency Williams, S G fall planting. Our stocks
i f Without Much Loss. line of this stock, which will be distributed -, in his -- are com
. hearing before the
\'" i by the concern. In additionto mittee on banking and currency.joint com-See STATE IN SYRUP BUSINESS ON LLPLANThiG plete, assuring prompt shipment fi fiMartin's

\ conducting a general live stock '! A BIG SCALE AT EAMARTWSJAOWOTW
Some growers use the bank method what testimony he interest STATE FARM O
f. gave on snoco nocoA
...
: of storing sweet potatoes. While the commission business for the sale of charged on farm loans before the Hy-Test
I rural -
\ ,. cattle, hogs and sheep, this I'
curing and storing house is preferable company credit legislation was enacted. Then Southern Seeds'
the bank may solve the storage problem will carry on a cattle loan business. see what rates are today, with the rural Hons. W. A.: McRae, commissioner 3

f r:, where no house is to be had, says ., credit system as a competitor in troller of agriculture, Ernest Amos, comp- Carefully grown, closely selected always : -
, : s' the University of Florida extension ANOTHER TRACTOR PLOW. the field. and J. C. Luning, state treas- dependable. Full assortment garden -

,' 4, division. T. K. Godbey has used this The South should not forget this urer, who constitute the board went on and field. Strawberry and vege ;_
:; .l method successfully at Waldo. Hiss The great accomplishment of one of her a tour of inspection of the state prison table plants also a specialty. Write '"
Camphor Farm at Waller has
farm last
week.
today for fall
. is our new catalog.
plan
' : installed a large double-disc plow, to sons. It cannot afford to do so. It : 'J -
i -, Build two triangular, hollow frames be pulled by tractor would be unjust if it did. And the They found the farming prospect $
a both
J;: 1 4 feet high and 7 feet wide at the base ments arriving at the Starke, depot imple-the time will come when the United States most interesting and alluring. Mr. )Ic- 1 E. A. Martin Seed Cal 1!
: for the ends of the connecting will Rae reports that the state has 45 acres -
.t 1 latter part of last week. This is the remember his work; when it will
, them in construction by a ridgepole second tractor plow for this section be inscribed on the imperishable pagesof in cane there, which is as fine as he Jacksonville, Florida
,
: .' t extending between the tops. By using one having been used at the State history. ever saw, and believes it will yield J'{
1 a board 18 feet long, the bank will Farm twelve barrels of syrup per acre. Seedis {...
during the two
r past Trac-
.11 hold nearly 200 bushels of potatoes. tor plows will, no doubt, soon years.become A YEAR OF CHEER.A being saved for planting one hun- .k
fi' t The secret of keeping potatoes is dred acres next season.
r o.. ventilation. Fill the hollow ends with general on our large farms on account lot of good fortune is in store for Those who are acquainted with the -ft
bf
.. scarcity of help to the those .
:: run small families who
earth up to within an inch or two of are on The Youth's progress of the work at the state prison -
r the ridge pole. In the base of the tri implements. Companion subscription list for 1918a farm are impressed with the belief SPECIAL i

:. angular ends, cut an inverted V-shaped year of cheer. that the state acted wisely when it SULPHATE IOF POTASH

S' i notch. Make a trough of the same AVERAGES $84.65 AN ACRE FROM There will be 12 glorious serial or provided for this institution., ,

t shape long enough to run the full PEANUTS. group stories, ranging from a girls' (40 cent Water Soluable
per
t" length of the bank and project at each war story by Grace R. Richmond and CALOMEL SALIVATES )

Z\ r end through the notch. If lumber is Indian adventures by James Willard Free from ''-1"'"
; scarce you can use three poles. Set T. 0. Garner planted five acres to Schultz, to the unrivaled tales of for- AND MAKES YOU SICK Chlorine

the inverted trough on sticks of wood white Spanish peanuts and got a yieldof mer days by C. A. Stephens. 100 Pounds to the ton will 2
Potash
give cent
i d laid crosswise on the ground, so the sixty-one bushels to the a re. They The charm of Companion stories lies Acts Like per
sold on the in the fact that whether Dynamite on a Sluggish
Quincy market at
air can pass out of the trough and up $1.25 a they are especially -
t through the potatoes.Do bushel, or $378.25 for the total crop. written for boys or for the Liver and You Losea NITRATE OF SODA

not make any floor in the houseor In addition to this he saved three tons girls, everyone enjoys them to the Day's Work.

put down straw, but pour the potatoes of hay, estimated to be worth fifteen full. Then there are special pages for ALL FERTILIZER F.

4 on the ground. As soon as the dollars a ton. the family, boys, girls and even for MATERIALSend

potatoes are housed they begin to give This crop of peanuts was planted little children-while the editorial There's no reason why a person
; off moisture and get hot. This heat April 7th and 8th and the last of the page, current events and a doctor's should take sickening, salivating cal- posted your Prices.name on Send a postal for card and we will keep you

creates a draft, if air can enter at the peanuts delivered to Quincy October corner supply all the requirements of omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof MIXING on free literature on HOME s

bottom and escape at the top. After 20th. Two hundred pounds of acid the family for good reading. And this Dodson's Liver Ton --a perfect also all SPRAYING MATERIALS.

the potatoes are housed a month or phosphate was used to the-acre. This particular feast can come from no oth- substitute for calomel.It THE NITRATE s
cost fifteen dollars. er source. is a pleasant AGENCIES COMPANY a
more, and the weather gets hot, the vegetable liquid
ventilator can be closed by coveringthe After pulling up the peanuts they The companion alone is $2.00, but by i,which will start your liver just as surely Jacksonville, Heard Building Florida ,
ends with earth. were allowed to lay in the field for special arrangement new subscribers I as calomel, but it doesn't make you

r The banks should bet set with the three days and then taken to the barn for The Companion can also, by adding sick and can not salivate. -

:, ends north and south, so that the sun where they remained for about two only 25 cents, have McCall's Magazine Children and grown up folks can :

will shine on each side of them. Cover months before being threshed. The for 1918,"both publications for take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it ,

= the banks with boards, being sure tops were baled and Mr. Garner says only $2.25.This Is perfectly harmless.

.> there are. no leaks and cover with make an excellent feed for stock. two-at-onelpnce offers includes Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is SOUTHERN SEEDS

1 earth sufficient to keep out frost. Quincy Herald. 1. The Youth's Companion issues mercury and attacks your bones. Takea }

Sweet potatoes to keep well must be in 1918. dose of nasty calomel today and you 2,000 bu. Fulghum Oats at $1.75 bu. "

r x't well matured, carefully handled, thoroughly MARKETING HOGS 2. All remaining 1917 issues of The will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to- 1,000 bu. Hastings 100 bu. Oats, $1.75.

cured and kept a ta uniform beats I Companion free. morrow. Don't lose a day's work. 2,000 bu. Texas Rust Proof Oats, $1.25 a
burying them.
1k temperature while in storage. Thorough Mt. Pleasant, Iowa Seve Hoover, of :' The Companion Home Calendar for Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver 500 bu. Florida Black Rye, $3.75 bu.
writes, "Com 1918.
'r; ventilation is. necessary duringthe menced feeding herd of Tone instead and; you will wake up 1,000 bu. Abruzzi Rye, $3.50 bu. y.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SE\ Ei \

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his frowning Interrogator at Hans' and he yelled! af the top of his voice "Ma- consider that the American would be ++ +. + + #+ + + + + + + + + + _

Otto and laughed outright"I dame de Lorde! Madame de Lorde!" a satisfactory person to talk to, for LEGAL NOTICES 4

don't get you. Why don't you The two privates were aiming at he said presently: I f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

English: ?" he replied. him now. And he faced them indig- "Yes-for I should like America to I SHERFF'S SALE. -z
speak ;;
Hereby notice
:1 u mven that under and by 7
: : l But the sergeant stolidly repeated nantly. His anger: was already begin- understand, to realize what Germanyis virtue of that certain writ of execution buiumi

,, I his question."Oh ning to get the better of his fear. fighting for." out of and under the band and seal of the
County Judm t'ourt of Bmjford
( ,
shut up!" Mr. Brown said Im "Say-if you shoot me .there are a "Fine! Charlie exulted.: "Can Germany Florida and dated he 11th day of O.-t"NT.o"t"/ 4

patiently. hundred million people back therewho're win?" he demanded, looking up D. iai7. where A. L. Alvarez J> rUinti.T Mid

) 1cI&YAlJDPAh i I "Du bist ein Englaender," Schmidt going to be sore as hell!" he at Major von Brenig In his most professional R. which R. 're\att judgment j U defendant has been (filtd a certified and it cord C'oryof -

I announced with a malevolent glare at snarled. "They'll come over here and manner. ; ed in Foreign Judgmtnt Book No. 2, pate, f5.

his captive. blow you off the face of the earth." "It Is inevitable-there Is no chance in the office of Clerk of Circuit Court of Mid -
county and ,state on the 12th day of O Iob..r. -
"No, I'm an American," he explained. At an order from the sergeant the to fall" the officer replied. 1917. I have levied .aid execution upon and

"Amerikaner?" the sergeant repeated corporal and one of the privates then I "And what Is Germany going to gain will sell before the front dour of the courthouse
their victim and in Stare, }Florida on Monday, the 3rd
dubiously."Yes grasped hustled him from the war-It she wins?
day of December, 1917, between the legal hours -
'\" Americane!" Charlie mimicked .across the room. "When she wins, you mean," the ma- of sale to the highest and best bidder for caah. fl

.ROEClf 1fE7lNKGOUECF" him, congratulating himself that the "Say-what are you going to do with jon corrected him stiffly. the being following in Bradford dt'&t'ribed County.real Florida estate biD and '. \ wd
to-wit:
cOW.4z arAW ar7rAln'J1I. German language offered fewer difficulties me? Charlie asked. "Let me alonel"And "Well, when she wins," Charlie con- One half undivided internet in block Twentyone -
; lG /6 BY rH A 0 Po -. again he called loudly for Ethel ceded. ((21) Town of Starke; also one-half undivided '
.- a than the French. He even began interest in ten acres, commencing 7'2
' SYNOPSIS. all eyes and ears for this cross-examl-I to pride himself on being a natural Wllloughby. "She will be the greatest power In feet north and west from southeast corner of -

nation of a possible spy. linguist. And In order to convince this To his immense relief, at that moment the world! southwest quarter of the northeast quarter and -
north 70S las feet. .
?. run feet west south TuS 'i -
CHAPTER I-Georgy Wapstaff. flaugn- "Here, pleaser'! she said to the lieu fellow beyond a possibility of doubt, she appeared. "Except the United States!: Charlie feet East 615 feet to point of beginning in -

_i ? tar of Sir George. of the British admiralty tenant. From the bosom of her gown he reached a hand toward his hip "What are you doing?" she asked Interposed. Section Township 6, Range 22 East. Same "
: hints at a liaison between her gov-
being levied the of
R. R.
; upon as property
erness. Ethel Willoughby. and Henry she had. drawn forth a small gold pocket, where he carried his identification the sergeant. "Do not let us discuss your country Pre\att and will be sold to satisfy said execution ,

-. Streetman. Ethel denies It. medal which hung upon a ribbon papers. "It is not your affair," he retorted sir! You are my guest"" and cost. -

.' ., I CHAPTER II-Henry Streetman calls about her neck. Sergeant Schmidt's eagle eye no gruffly. Charlie rose and bowed to. the Ger- Sheriff W. J.Bradford EPPERSON'County. .-.

-" to on Brewster.Ethel and Sir while George's waiting butler for her who talks Is & He looked at It closely, for Lieu- sooner detected the move of hand ) She showed her medal to him-the man. 11-2-ot. State of Florida.: /.

-- German spy. about his failure to gvt at tenant Baum was no man-to take Unnecessary toward hip than he thrust his revolver medal from the Wilhelmstrasse."Do "I get you!" he said. "Oh, Just a -

r admiralty papers in Sir George's posses- risks. Thoroughness was his know that?" she inquired.He minute!" he BILL FOR flhVORt.In .
lion. He phones to German secret servIce Into Mr. Brown's stomach. you added, since the major Circuit Sourt, Eighth Judicial Circuit of 4 sti
; headquarters. middle name. "Halt! did. And Immediately he cried appeared to consider Interview at Ian Florida. Bradford county. .

:- CHAPTER III-When Ethel appears "From the German secret service, That was something that Charlie "Halt" to Charlie's captors. They released end. "And what-about England L. H. is Green Bill for DiorcStella '

-, he tries to force her to get from Sir the Wllhelmstrasse!" he exclaimed, understood without difficulty, too. He him at once. he asked dropping Into the chair once Green :1;

: George knowledge of the sailing orders when he had satisfied himself. "Your raised both hands above his head as "Gosh, I'm glad you're not deaf," more. Notice to Appear. ,
%. to the British fleet. Though she believes To Stella Green Greeting:
. ;- him a French Instead of a German spy pardon madame! I did not under high as he could get them while a > Mr. Brown told Ethel with immense That question was one that the Ger- It having been shown by affidavit that the .

she refuses until he threatens her. She stand." And he bowed deeply. look of ineffable disgust suffused his relief, as he crossed the room to where man officer was only too ready to take defendant Stella Green, is a non-resident of .-
h begs him to announce their secret marriage the State of Florida. and that the residence of
. : as Georgy Is suspicious but he puts She acknowledged his apology with face. she stood. up."What said defendant is unknown and that there j u

: her off. the slightest of nods. And with an as- "You d-n fool," he .exclaimed, "lIe ii an English spy," the sergeant army has England?" And no person in the state of Florida the ,.ervke .
of a subpoena whom would bind the said
:; CHAPTER IV-At tea Georgy and her "I'm not reaching for a gun. These protested to the girl. straightway he gave the answer: defendant and upon that said defendant is oer the '

f.J. .f: and lover.Streetman Guy Falconer.makes tease an awkward Sir George attempt are my passports. Look! Papers!" "No, no, no-you are mistaken," she 'None! In only one thing is Englandour ape of twenty-one years. ; It is thertfore ordered considered and adjudged "
superior-in lies and Intrigues! -
t to talk politics. With a shake and a twist he managed said. "He Is au American. I that the said defendant. Sit lIa Gr..n.do w-- -

>-1 :;' CHAPTER Charlie Brown newspaper -. to throw his coat back from his right "They're going to shoot. me!" Charlie There she hasalways' been our master: appear to the Complainants IU1 of Com .
but sue will not That Is for plaint herein on or before the 3rd day of December '
fight.
' of New York. entertains the tea hip. And Schmidt then told
*): c man Sergeant pro- her. He did not yet feel safely I A. D. 1917 in default decree
a
with his views on the threatened France and Russia to do. But If the
party In I ceeded to relieve him of the bulky out of the woods. "For heaven's sake, pro confesso will be entered against the

. ? war Europe. packet that projected from the pocket. tell them I'm not a war lasts they will grow weary of said Stella Green. e
spy.
- : Falconer declares 't : I the be-I It is further ordered that this notice be published -
CHAPTER VI-Guy lug catspaw.! England
- that If war comes he will go to Cuba. Ills I He looked at them with a scowl. "I have just told them," she assured in the Tradford County Telegraph a -.i
mother and Sir George reprove him. I: 4 r.-ii'1h( \ 'w "Ah, you are Franzoeslsch!" be declared a fine ample of your happy Am newspaper published: at Starke, in Bradford J '

.. Charlie Bays Guy Is spoofing. I k kili'hY,7 still in his native tongue, for him."I know. Make sure! Tell 'em can phrase 'Let George do it!? County Florida weeks. once each week for eight consecutive "

: CHAPTER VH-Capt Larry Redmondof ic it\R he knew no other. t again!" h.e urged her. "Ask It th 'eIsn't ":\nl the French Charlie persisted. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoset
the Irish Guards. calls on Ethel. The 'The French! For forty years they my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit
"I'm what Charlie Inquired.
two had been undeclared lovers and now someone who speaks English. Court on this the 25th day of September ? ,
y' he asks her to marry him. She still loves "Franzoesisch! You are no Ameri Questioned as to whether there were line I>ocn thinking of what some day A. D. 1917. ':
him. but tells him she Is married. kaner." understood they would do to Germany; and while W. T. WEEKS.
not some officer who Eng- 9-23-St. (SEAL) Clerk.) '

CHAPTER VIIt-Ethel11nds that Larry Charlie grasped only the last word. lish, the sergeant- informed Ethel that they thought we have planned, weha'.e _ .
; l knows Streetman as a German spy and right hateful worked-and now today we are
the'
knew
"Yes that's right-Americane, Major von Brenig
BILL FOR DIVORCE.! ,
that Streetman had a wife In Berlin when and not!"
: he married her. The others come In and from the corner of Forty-second street language."For ready- they are Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit t>f 4

to them comes Sir George with the new. ? and Broadway; and believe me, I wishI the love of Mike, get him here I" "You seem very confident," Charlie Florida Bradford County.
MillerS u
declared Russia. Daisy
) that Germany has war on -
was right back there right now." Charlie besought her, when she explained .told him. Bill for Divorce ?A
not? For forty C. W. Miller. -
"What do you say?" the sergeant to him. "Why years .
CHAPTER IX-Guy wants to go at one our men of brains have boon planning Notice to Apn..ar.The -
asked him. While him-
with Larry to enlist. After the others go Sergeant Schmidt betook State of Florida to C. W. MiII..r.Grfftinjf ,

Ethel wins Larry's consent to have her "None of your d-n business. self away in order to summon the ma- a systl'lll-the most marvelous system : '
_;f assist him In the secret service work he In the world!" It han been shown by affidavit that tlePer..ndant i, -
is doing for England. "tillb You bonehead. Mr. Brown jor, Charlie Brown turned to Ethel C. W. Miller is a non-n-sidi; of the
; : was quite enjoying himself, abusing with an air of great relief. "What a pity It Isn't devoted to Mate of Florida and that the res'dcnce; of paid
CHAPTER X-Streetman again calls instead of the Americansaid ill fondant i id unknown and that there is no
war,
that walking arsenal with impunity. "Well I was looking for a war, andI peace i
on EtheL She gets from him an admission i one in the state of Florida the service of a :
i that he is a German spy ",gives him "Have a cigarette?" he asked holding certainly picked out the right spot, somenliatpenshely.! All the while I I subpoena upon whom would bind aid defendant ,

.3 false information about the British fleet out his case.Sergeant didn't not he asked. H: they talked the boom of field guns and that said defendant j U over the age .
and wins his consent to her co-operatloa of twenty-one years.It .
; with him in his work. She tells Larry ; Sclimlilt Wit! not above accepting "I suppose mistakes like this are ill the distance punctuated their sentences. -' if therefore ordered considered and adjudged .
of this and agrees to meet him in BniK bound to happen. But Imeu't I that the aid defendant C. W. :Miller.
from the And { you papers
b one, even enemy. i ..
I do to the complainant's bill of -
els. appear
"
he tlwiiko.: Charlie in a voice as gentle to prove your identity?" she in "In the end It will be for peace, I plaint herein on or before the 3rd day of f

CHAPTER Xl-In the Lion d1 Or Inn atCourvolsler. as a hats drum. quired. Mayor! von ISrcnis! said gravely, "the I ccmJxr, A. D. 1P17 in default whrrrof a fr
,' Belgium, Larry and a French I ; erie 1'1"0'On(6'5..o will be entered against
world. this is
py arrange for a secret telephone in the "fleo I'd like to give you one good 0h, yes-yes! French passports, peace of the For : "a just said C. W. :Miller.It .

Inn to forward Information about the wallop on the no!' e just for luck," the an.l an English: hat and Englishclotlies war-and jiMico must triumph. I'I is further order that this notice be -
.
...
German advance. Chrlstophe the landlord lishwl in the nrmlford County W
these
"But what of ,
American remarked : All I needed to really finis) poor people I Vss
: lonsinijly.:
: tells his daughter Jeanne that there """ ""&J'- ; newspaper published at Starke in
;' will be no German invasion of Belgium. Then Schmidt suddenly snatched off me was a Itussiuu blouse," he said these mb\tantg-who: streamed i!' co"nty, Florida once each week for ..

: CHAPTER XH-Charlle Brown hl nt- the German Secret Service, the Mr. Brown's hat. x with a griii. "Seriously though," he through here a little while ago?" !!I consecutive IN WITNESS weeks.WHEREOF I have ..""

: tag for a war. arrives at the Lion d* O* Wilhelmstrasse! He Exclaimed. "Xk on the Herrmann stuff-what went on, "I do want to thank you." "It is the habit of an Invaded coun!I set my hand and affixed the seal of our .- -
and meets Ethel there. the invaders bar- cuit Court on this the 19th day of
i
are you doing?" Charlie demanded. lIe He offered her his hand. try to proclaim as i
sumed calm that she far from feelIng A. D. 1917.
CHAPTER XIII-Ethel Is told she Is to was began to feel as If he were taking partin "It was nothing," she said as she banana, the Teuton replied warmly. 'I W. T. VTiK::
-. operate the secret phone. A mob of refugees she said to him in a confidential vaudeville skit. shook hands with him. "But we Germans are not barbarians. 9-21-St (Seal)
flee past the Inn before the oncom- manner: a slapstick _
ing German host. The German advance The sergeant had his face buried inside Before the major arrived Ethel left We are a simple people fighting only

; CtMrd arrives. "I am here on a confidential mission the hat. He was looking for him, after promising that she would for our fatherland." MASTER'S SALE. .
decree of
Under and by virtue of a final
and at'once I know.
one tiling must clues. not go so far away that he might not "And the ruined towns-destroyed closure made and rendered on the 29th day _
Once rid of preliminaries Major von Tell me lieutenant, by which road do A. D. Hon. J. T. _
"Hnglisch!" he the next call her In case he needed her assist- homes-and civilians shot? I September. 1917. by
sputtered
:; Brenig addressed himself to Larry we march to attack the fortress at the But Major Brenig bad always Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida.
moment. ance again. von ,; Judicial Circuit, in and for Bradford
I
Redmond, who all this time had been frontier?" .
The sight of the fatherly appearing an answer ready. He was an honest in chancery in that certain cause .
E a silent onlooker to the proceedings. "By the left fork madame," he an- "Of course It's English! Charlie retorted. man; and he was convinced of the pending wherein the Phifer State Bank a _ _
"It cost two-and-sh: he major whose bearded face soon I poration. to complainant and Ada Turner
"Ah! You must be Captain Karl me | _
without That token
swered hesitation.
added, regarding the rough handling of showed in the doorway, went far to Justice of the German cause. I j U. G. Turner. her husband are ..
he said. from the Wilhelmstrasse-obtained "If we are fighting soldiers we treat the undersigned who was therein and
= his straw with indignation. restore Charlie's equanimity. 'appointed Special Master to execute the _ _
; "Yes Herr
Major! Larry answered. from Streetman-had quite disarmedhis "But
he out
them as soldiers, pointed
d Schmidt leaned "The spy-where is the spy? Majorvon decree will sell at public outcry before
Sergeant and.
"I was told that you had only Just suspicions. over, If men or women lurk behind closed courthouse door in the town of Starke. '
'- seizing Charlie's coat by the collar, Breuig asked the sergeant, who
reported-your papers said on some '"Good! Good!" Ethel exclaimed. "I shutters or on housetops to shoot our ford county. Florida. between the legal.. (80)f
followed close at his heels. of sale Monday the 3rd day of .
he pulled It back from his neck while on "
special mission. Can I be of assIstance have studied the country hereabouts. Charlie Brown did not wait for the"noncom" men we shall burn the house they live. A. D. 1917. the same being a legal sales
he examined the label.
..- ? That is the best way. Good In and If there Is resistance we shall to the highest and best bidder; the
"English also. Splon! Thou art an to answer. lIe stepped forward described lands. situated, lying and bring
; "I thank you major; but at the moment night!" !" expectantly. kill all those who resist. It Is regrettable I the Town of Starke. Bradford county I

l there Is nothing," Larry told "Madame shall not be disturbed further English spy "Are do but we must stop guerrilla war- and more particularly known. -
henchmen Hans you Major von Brenig-and I'and described :
His and follows to-wit
trusty as :
him. "
3 the lieutenant "I will under the laws of
: promised. Otto together with their you speak English?" he Inquired."I fare. We must fight Lots One ((1) Two (2)). Thirteen ((13))
"Perhaps you will dine with me?" explain to the major when he returns." corporal, civilization." I Fourteen 141. of Livingston Truhy and
and I do the officer said.
brought their to their sides am. _
guns up ; pany's addtion; to the Town of Starke
t Major von Brenig said. He was a hospitable "Thank you so much! You have Another roar as of distant thunder
and hissing "Splon!" in the most sin- Mr. Brown smiled at him winningly. I I ford County Florida said land to lie .
.- man. And he understood that been so very nice to me!" interrupted Charlie Brown's next ques- the property of the defendants Ada 1
"Fitzsimmons there has .... .
Captain Karl was held in high esteem "Madame is welcome" he said, with ister manner imaginable, they all three my pass- I l and U. G. Turner her husband, to satisfy ,
approached Charlie threateningly.Mr. ports," he announced, pointing to the tion."And pay said decree fees and costs. Terms
by his superiors. another low bow. you call that civilization? he A. Z. ADKINS *

"I thank you, Herr Major. Auf wie- Smiling happily. Ethel left him. She Brown suddenly changed his! lanky sergeant. demanded, while the windows of the ll-2-5t. Special Master in < -
took the
Major von Brenig
mind about the vaudeville. It seemedto papers
dersehen!" Larry replied. And he congratulated herself both because she Lion d'Or rattled under the shock of --- -- _
looked
from the sergeant and them
him that possibly he had been unwittingly -
walked to the door. He was not keento had escaped detection and because the distant cannonading."I NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. _
dine with the German officer and she had obtained the information that cast for a tragedy. over. do!" Thirty days after date hereof on to-wit:
"Splon-splon!" be repeated. "Good "They seem to be in good order," he 1st day of December A. D. 1917, I will j _
face his frankly scrutinizing eyes and was so vital to the French. "I am your giest," Charlie said. So to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner.
the American consulin
said "vised
I, grief, you don't mean spy? by Judge of Bradford County florida for an
perhaps hav embarrassing questionsfired As he watched her departure, the far as he was concerned he had heard
Paris. der to sell at private sale the one-tenth
wohl
said Schmidt
at him. But he saw no decent young German officer smiled likewise. "Spy, spy-Ja : enough. In fact, he had heard almost vided interest each of William Newsom. _
"And here's a letter from the paperI I _
"Komm hler!
way of declining. And there was always It was'good to have a few minutes' too much for his own peace of mind."I .I I ma Newsom. Sebra Newsom Ruth
added '
work for, Charlie handingthe and Alta minor heirs of Carter
the chance that such minglingwith talk with a lady of his own class, after He took hold of Charlie's arm and major an envelope.The think we'd better not continue this, sum. deceased Newsom in and to the following .... _

enemy officers might yield valu- the canaille with which be had been faced him about so that he confronted discussion or we might get into an ar i ed lands situated and being in Bradford '

able information. If he should be obliged to mingle since the great drive, the trio of formidable soldiers. And German officer merely looked at| gument-and that W'ouldn'L.be diplo ty. Florida to-wit: I
the imprint In one corner. He did not North half of tHe northeast quarter of
caught-well! that all In the his chest then the sergeant ordered them to load. I
was game. began. And, puffing out to I take the letter from the Ameri matic. tion four (4) Township seven (7),
I Its dimensions he stepped into Charlie observed the operation with even Twenty-two (22)- containing.. in all eighty.. (, -
Lieutenant Baum, returning from largest "Quite so! the major agreed, less. -
acres more or
the wine cellar, announced that he had the street In his complacency over increasing alarm. can."It's I've often ticularly as I like Americans. 'par-I This Oct. 30. 1917.

- discovered no opening other than the work that he considered well done he "Good God, you're not going to shootme a" good newspaper. And 1 would not wish to see any of MRS. LAURA E. NEWROM.
read it, be remarked. And he returned 11-2-5L Guardian. '
he cried. "I'm not English. I'm
one furnished by the trapdoor in the bad entirely forgotten that there still the passport to Its owner. them come to harm" he added significantly. -i
not a And remembering all at
spy.
to
remained another suspect questionthe -
floor. !
once that the girl whom he had first "Now what is the trouble?" he asked. I NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. '
"Good!*" the older officer said. "Now Innkeeper's American gentleman. In his reply there was more than a '
met at the house of Sir George Wag"They're "These guys were just going to shoot Thirty days after date hereof on to-wit: the
I shall go to my room and change my me as an English spy" Charlie Informed hint that behind his urbanity and seeming Ut day of December. A. D. 1917 4 will apply -

boots. I have not had them off for I CHAPTER XV. him, with an Indignant glanceat / food nature there lay an Immeasurable to Judge the of Honorable Bradford County.Geo. A.Florda.Gardiner.; for County an order '

over a week." k the soldiers. capacity for the stern duties of a to sell at private sale the one-tenth undivided

"You have not questioned the French Mr. Brown Finds His War. German patriot, who would unhesitatIngly interest of Fradopia Rollins, minor heir
his face.
The laughed In
major of John H. Pl'I' rotl. deceased in and to the
lady or the American,, ," the lieutenant Lieutenant Baum had been gone buta "You English?" he cried. "No one kill any who might stand In the following! described lands situated in Bradford

reminded him. short time when Sergeant Schmidt path of victory. I County Florida, to-wit: -
but an American ever said 'guy'! He Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter and
"I shall leave that to you and Sergeant appeared. bringing Brown with him. appeared greatly amused. "I am glad "Again I get you. Mr. Brown said. West half of Southeast Quarter of Southeast -

I Schmidt," the major replied. The German "noncom" looked about In did not make the mistake of "But wnat are you going to do with Quarter of Section Twenty-three (23) Town-
t1J''I my men ship Seven (7)). Range Twenty ((20) East containing -
who had I
I It was only a few minutes before vain for his lieutenant or- me?
I killing you he said pleasantly in all Sixty (60) acres more or less. i
; Lieutenant Baum had summoned Ethel dered him to fetch the American. But 1tMf1 "You've nothing on me," Charlie told "I shall give you a pass througn' out : This October 31. 1917. '

before him. He asked her name. only two of his mates, Otto and Hans ,-ef/iir'A' a him. lines that will take you safely back to 11-2-51. C. J. ROLLINS.Guardian. a-

"I am Madame de Lorde," she told remained in .the room, standing guard I Brussels." -

: him. at the street door. CHAPTER XVI. Charlie heard him with dismay. NOTICE.IN v<

:" "A Frenchwoman?" be inquired. Sergeant Schmidt was nonplused. It "But I want to go to the front" he RE: Estate of Anna Jones deceased.

'": "Yes. m'sleu." was not like Lieutenant Baum to fail Interviewing the Major. protested. Notice to the next of kin of Anna Jon... deceased
late of Bradford county state of FIor.
,. He regarded her narrowly. one like that. And he gurgled a few The sergeant saluted, clicked his "Yon have surprised a certain. movement ida. and all others who it may concern are

"You are perhaps a woman spy- throaty German words in his surprise. spurs together, moved majestically to of the German army," the major hereby notified that four weeks after the first '
publication hereof and their failure to apply
they say the French have many spies.I There seemed nothing to do then but a position .In front of the cigar case, pointed out to him. "It Is best you go for administration on her estate I will appoint s

must search you," be announced. to assume the task himself the duty of and clicked his heels again.( Judgingby to Brussels." some creditor of Anna Jones. or other fit ,

her consternation. examining his prisoner, for so he regarded his movements, one might almost person authorized to administer by law. on the same w may be .

"Oh, monsieur, may I speak privately the Interested Mr. Brown, who have supposed him to be some great Dated this the 31st day of October. 1917.

with you?" she begged him. was already making mental notes of mechanical doll. But Charlie Brown (Conunned! Next Week.) GEO. A. GARDINER -
11-2-41. County Judge of Bradford County, i
"Well what Is it?" the proceedings which he Intended to was quite certain that he, for one, Florida.

"Only I wish to show you some- use for the embellishment of the stories had no desire to play with him. Invisible Asset -

thing." -- he would send his paper later. "I teel much better now," he told the She-"So you are engaged to MistBaggs. Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All .

"What trick is this?" he asked with Charlie had paused Just Inside the .
major. I'm I can't
sure see anything persons indebted to the estate .
asperity.But door through which he had entered the "I can imagine" the other said. attractive about that woman." lIe- of Carter Newsom, late of Bradford t

Ethel only smiled at his gruff- room. And now the sergeant beck- "You speak very good English," the "Neither can I see It ; but It's In the county, Florida, deceased, are requested t

ness. Lieutenant Baum was a good- oned to him violently. American remarked generously. nil htRuston
i, bank Transcript. to pay their said debts forthwith,
looking chap. "Komm hlerr! he commanded.At "Why not?" the officer asked. "I and all persons having claims againstthe

"Surely you are not afraid of me- that peremptory command Mr. three at Columbia."
spent years
to
said estate are requested present -
one little woman!r she said archly. Brown regarded him wltk mild surprise Mr. Brown's newspaper Instincts I Whenever You Need a General Tonic them, duly authenticated, withinone
Take Grovc's.The .
"And a very pretty woman!" His and a total lack of comprehension. crowded to the front again. I will
,. year from this date, or they -
hand sought his mustache again. But the sign language was plain "By Jove! You're a German! You'reIn Old Standard Grove's Tasteless be forever barred. -
"Well, what Is It madame?" So Charlie drew to that I chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
near
enough. the army-you speak English! General Tonic because it contains the. October 12, 1917. '

Ethel drew him slightly to one side. formidable-looking automaton. I. It's too good a chance to miss! Say, well known tonic properties of QUININE I N. D. WAINWRIGHT 1

All but three of the Infantrymen_billeted _"Was thust dn bier?" Sergeant Going to Shoot Mel" can I Interview you?" I and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives ,

upon Henri Christophe had with- Schmidt demanded fiercely.Mr. Major von Brenig regarded him cu out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Administrator of the Estate of Car

drawn. But the remaining guard was Brown appeared to consider Hm staff InLondon_ could speak German, rinnslrfor. .!jnoment. _He !seemed to Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. ter Newsom, deceased. 10-12-8t. -

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r BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPo. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOV ..
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r \I.- PAGE EIGHT __n ,

sv t 1.1f teacher to the faculty, and Miss Elmi LAKE BUTLEfL- AiirtryLtiye.Margaret->--. ;'E. -
.... .. Maines and Walter Cobb. r Hl .
Lee Spinks, of Lake Butler, has been
......: Mab rBr'W%, Elsie Gill -
(Negative?; -[
f-.\. |- ."1. 1 t. I"- .. J .. "j. 'J assigned! Miss Ellen-Lynn as first assistant.and father has been\ everybody and his neighbor :want* t9t l spje and Jar: /'Peples./! ; :vFollowing / Sam's' Arthqti1ki boys ; ; 'J 1%
I rMr.Raiford'C5rver I
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J' in
;. :: faI v s near :Starke-thi$Week to attend court.. is the program for to trainin
visiting relatives High. ..Springs Wheeler, made
last Sat- a mgt
News Item for the past two \veeks.Mr spent day's meeting: Sunday. short _
County urday in Jacksonville. .. Roll CaUAnswer with miscellaneous __ _
of"Jacksonville-is >
: Tom Baxter, Dr.
i. I Wm. i ..
Mr. Avery G. Powell is in Marianna quotations. r HUdson of j '
home on a visit to his parents, Mr and % spent Sunday
f. .t: representing the Times-Union. j Reading-Homer Lee. ': ./ with his P&reM..
Mrs. J. D. Baxter.
p During Week by Our Friday Mrs. Lena Burgess returned to her I i Question Box-Anna*Lee. and Mrs. Henry Hudson. :2!.,
i : latmstlnt Facts Gathered ,the, The literary society will meet She I I Rev. James Strickland tt" ,
last Friday.
Regular Correspondents.,.. evening at 7 o'clock and the following home in ,Blitchton I Song-Margaret Laughtery and ula '-
rappolntment
will be rendered. had been spending a few weeks here Winnie Townsend. at Caleb chop
I' \ program with her daughter, Mrs. G. M. Richardand Carl V Brown. II day. .. ,
L Ei V Society called to order by president.. Reading- Iessrs. Henry gb < : ....
: family. School Paper-Minnie Moore, Mona -ant
: : Song, America"-Society. The Lake Butler" Ice Plant has open- Alderman and Thelma Bailey I Lang made a busing
U ; trip ;
V to
4' l. I business in Jacksonville Recitation-Earl Surrency. sonville Saturday *4
fi HAMPTON. Mr. N.-T. Peeples came saturdaY'1 Duet-Messrs. Victoria, and Mary ed up their cold storage and already Mr. George t '. i
Wilkinsoa
I -
have received meat. !
lIt some :
) i i. acksonvlUe.and spent the Douglass. PINE LEVELMrs. motored to )i rt
,. Mr. J E.-Townsend, Jr., has sold out starke Saturdays '
t > Mrs. 0. K. Prince and little daugh- of the week at his home here. Essay-Maude Shaw. / Co. Mrs B. W. :
his market to J. M. Carter & Wilkinson whop
ter left Sunday for their home at Dade Mr. W. F. Walters, of Gainesville, Recitation-Mary Shaw. ing near 'Green ttil!
y in Cove ,
L ':" 'City, after a week's visit with relatives was the guest last Sunday of Mr. and Home News-Ruby Crosby. who will carry on a market connec- Walter Edmondson and sons, pended school for SPrIn ,; -.J
Isla tion with his grocery business at his Wiley and Clyde, spent Saturday and a week 'Ind'
and
t .here. Mrs. M. D. Carter, at Wateroak.Mr. Duet-Mattie Douglass. : de home to look after .
the G. S. & F. railway
F t 0. L. Beasley, of Jacksonville, was a ..N. B. Prevatt visited relatives Belle Crosby. stand near Sunday with Mrs. Edmondson's par- Potato digging on her cane -, \
visitor here Wednesday. last week. Question Box-Guy Pinholster andBessie' ents in Alachua. fam
\ i. pleasant itt Starke one day pot.Mrs. Misses Renaunusually
Cobb and children returned Padgett
.
D.
J. and
: V A. A. McDonald was. a business vis- Mr. J. Ed Byrd, of Raiford, was! at- Cone. months i Mr. W. B. Strickland, of Jacksonville ris were guests of
itor in Jacksonville Tuesday. tending to business in Lawtey several Debate, "Resolved, That the horseis this week, after several visiting her i spent Sunday with his parents at Miss Mackery Sunday.Mrs. Str'rcl yd lIf!
vacation in Pennsylvania
of Jacksonville was in useful to than motor ve- this place. brig
; Dr. Porter, days last week. more man is teaching school
Mr. Cobb met them in Jack- at DUCk
parents. L. Cone returned home from POI4' i
Mrs. S.
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V town Wednesday. Mr..J. W. Jones, of Tampa, was a hicles. r Mr. L W. : _
backto Wilkinson
i l Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regu- business visitor to Lawtey several Affirmative, L. A. BrowW Roland sonville and accompanied them Lawtey Wednesday, after a short stay fine madee:

lar appointments at the Christian days of.last week. Anderson. Lake Butler. with her son, Mr. J. C. Cone. % year yield of PGtatoea tWii'
many being ,
} r church here Sunday. There was no preaching services at Negative, T. C. Hazen Julian. .Col- Mr. R. E.: Dell made a business- tripto Mr. Walter Edmondson and family head. a large u a_../1i,
") Alachua last Tuesday.We attended the house raising at the homeof ;
t The patriotic lecture delivered by Grace church last Sunday morning,
t Rev. John Mullady at the Masonic hall but the church hour was delightfully lins.Critic's report-Roland Anderson. are needing rain badly-the gar- Mr. Greene Moody at New River Honor RolL .--

: Monday evening Was well attended taken,up by Mrs. Stevens, of Jacksonville Closing Song-Society. dens are suffering very much for lack Tuesday. Primer-Leonard fctricklaidT 4

I and the audience was.... very enthusiastic. state president of the W. C. T. of it. Messrs. F. Thomas and J. Watts at- Katie Wilkinson. _

J..,TheW. C. T. U., under the leader- HEILBRONN. Cotton is still arriving in quantitiesin tended Sunday. school at Pine Level First Grade-AlonzoHayWcJ
Rev. L A. Rawls, who has recently ship of Mrs. Stevens, is doing a great Lake Butler- and bringing a good Sunday.Mr. Moseley and James Moseley, %
t .been called to the pastorate of the work throughout: the state, and is using price. and Mrs. C. S. Niles and chil- Second Grade-Grace Padett 1
here will fill the state-wide dren spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Maude Padgett. -.
Baptist church regular every effort for a pro- .
f' ; The community met Sunday after- Last Tuesday night Mr. M. H. Mar- Third
next Saturday at 11 future. Mrs. Stev- E. Parrish, of Sampson City. Grade-Irene wigk
appointments the
hibition.in near
1
and reorganizedthe the of town, had
church
at the key, living on edge a
Strickland
'- t o'clock, and Sunday at 11 a. m. and ens is a forceful speaker, and held the noon Sunday school. A goodly numberwere midnight visitor, suposed to have beena Misses Eva, Lily and Dolly McRae I and Maude Wi Pret' } i

l t 7 p. m. Rev. Rawls was formerly al large.congregation, which was pres- present and we musty that sonof Harp, though it may have spent Sunday with the Misses Ed- Leo Four.th.Wllklnson.Grade-CIar .k
resident of this place and has many for nearly and one- mondson. '
l Snt spellbound one school is this '. .
| our hope of a good Sunday been of Shem or Jephet. Anyhow, .,
i r friends here.: lalf hours, which time was well spent still lingering. Not let us not grow visitor entered tire house about mid- WOMEN TORTURED 1!

; ,: Mrs. Mada Miller has had extensive by the-hearers. careless concerning our work in the night, paid his respects to the dining RAIFORD. :

: l;- improvements made on her property 'Iv 'Jt Sunday school, for it is a duty which room and kitchen, ate everything out .- Suffer f
school' Terribly With !
the I
' adjoining premises.erected HE\. "II BROOKER. God imposes upon us towards .our children of the pantry which is generally fill Honor Roll. Corns
has large
t A. A. McDonald a II'." :.!1. and attention to duty means. hap- ed with delicacies. Next morning Honor roll for Raiford Junior High cause of High'eets"Buf
residence. .
his .
near ,
t garage
v- .. when the awoke and found
1 f There are rumors of a telephone exchange -I piness. family School for the first month, ending Oct. Why Care Now. |
,1.1 -. i here. 'Talk is cheap," but of- : :A garage owned by G. W. Beville Mr. Richard Griffis and family were conditions as they were, Mitch hiked 26, 1917: -

J ten very important, and the 'phone is and"soih jis the latest addition to our visiting relatives near Sapp Station breakfast.off to town to Just get before something daybreak for their he First Grade, Mrs. J. A. J. Pinhol- Women wear high heels wWd j 'Jl

..' s. a necessity. toWn. ., Saturday and Sunday.Mr. ster, teacher-Earl Walker, Bessie le up their toes and they 5
: The public is invited to attend a I !. Mr-.Jphn Pinholster, who has beenemployed W. M. Reddish, wife and motb- was in town waiting for some store to Dowling, Cecil Gaskins, Amelia Cason bly from corns. Women

. z t 'I Mother's meeting at the school build- by the Big Four railroad, er made a call at the home of thewife's open to buy some eatables. I Rosa Lee Norman. to trim these pests,

ingnext Friday afternoon, November, stationed at Elkhart, Indiana, arrived parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mr.Starke J. D.last Cobb Wednesday.made a business tripto Second,,Grade, Miss Nannie Andrews they heardly realize the Idj'

< 16th, at 2:30 o'clock. Matters of vital here Monday night and is at the bed- Rosier, Tuesday afternoon.Mr. teacher-Marcus Johnson, Dennis ger from infection, says

'% r I importance will be discussed. side of his father, Rev. A.- J. Pinhol- W. M. Reddish, who has been -Literary Society. Mann, Roebuck Griffis, James Martin, authority. !

r : The ladies of the Christian church ster, who is very ill. ill for the past week, is improving. in I The literary society of the Lake But Leona 'Johns, Linnie Futch, Edna Tay- 'I Corns can easily be lifted off'l W vjw
r r ; wish to again call the attention of the 'Dr. Booth and wife, of Daytona, are health slowly. ler High School met last Friday afternoon lor.Third the fingers if you will'get froa.w, !

I[ +: public to the invitation already extended here treating little Ruby Lynn, daughter Mr. Richard Griffis made a trip to at 2:30: November 2nd. I and Fourth Grades, Miss Ruby i I drug store a quarter of an ounee ti
F to attend their bazaar to be ; of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lynn, who Starke Tuesday. House was called to order by the Roberts, teacher-Iva Dowling, Gladys I drug called freezone. This II'nflgl a

(i- '; held at the Masonic Hall the evening has been a sufferer for several monthsIt president, Walter Cobb. Reynolds, Carlos Cason, Alfonso Sapp, to remove every hard or soft' .
., (. of'November 24th. Oysters and other [ is hoped that she will be cured of Messrs. Drew Reddish and ,J.. L. After the minutes of last meeting I Warren Graham, Harold Walker, Leon callus from one's feet. You'elaii ecr <

4' delicacies will be served; and a general her ailments. Parmenter, trustees of. Heilbronn in I were read by the Secretary, Bessie I Dowling, John Reynolds, Dewey Hol- apply a few drops diredly upon & .
A. B. Shaw was called to school were attending to business. *
time is assured. Prof. Kennedy, and inter- .
':" good : approved, a very lingsworth.Fifth tender, aching corn or ealha..J-S
( A regular convention of the Woodmen Plant City last Monda yon account of Starke Monday. esting program was rendered .as follows -.I and Sixth Grades, Miss Willie I soreness is relieved at once and ion
-l J I V of the World will be held at the the: death of his sister, Mrs. Godboldt.Mrs. The farmers of this section are busy : Wallace, teacher-Lois Drake, Beulah the entire corn or callus, rooU4 dj
Godboldt formerly lived here and gathering as the harvest appears Roll Call-Answered with Mann Newman Roberts.
i Masonic Hall Friday evening, Novem- pecans quota- I lifts out without one particle of JIIIIJ:
\ has many friends here who are sorryto to be plenteous and the nuts are tions from Milton.
ber 16th. The ceremony of introduc- Seventh and Eighth Grades, Miss This freezone is a sticky solxtaef]
'. tion will be exemplified. All members learn of her death.J. bringing good prices. Reading-Myrtle Collins. I Delia Bielling, teacher-Markilie which dries in a moment. It.V fait
t are requested to be present, and ally D. Baxter and S. V. Andrews are The second Sunday, Saturday and Question Box-Lottie Stokes. I Johnson, Joe Cason, Russell Hobbs, shrivels up the corn' without infl a J
f I visitors are invited. the latest purchasers of Ford cars. Saturday night before, are our regu- Pen Picture-John Langford. Loca CaSon. I or even irritating the surroundingsue

," % ,p Regular communication of F. & A. Postmaster Collins and son, Julian visi-, lar church days and nights. Don't Debate, "Resolved, That a cow is High School, Mr. J. A. J. Pinholster, I or skin. Tell your wife ibM
aid P. M. Barefoot were business forget. Come and be with us. more beneficial to man than a horse." teacher-Brady Rosier. this.-Adv.
} i M. No. 129, this evening. Among other ;tors to Waldo last Friday afternoon. (Ir7
-. I matters of importance, the new Miss Ruby Parker, who has been The Pentacost filled their appoint- : -
," : will be distributed and ment Sunday night.It ..
I by-laws every 1 here'Tor the past three weeks conva- .
1 member is requested to be present and 1 of is with much regret that we learn rfia
from long spell typhoid

!I be get made a copy.for the Final annual arrangements election of will officers fever lescing:last Saturday., was able a Her tQ be friends carried and home Datives that citizeh Mr. J.and E. J.an Wainwright industrious, fariner a WOrthy - -

t I to be held in December. are glad to know of her much of this section, and whose presence
and companionship we are at all times
}- hoped for improvement.Mrs. .
to welcome, is preparing to make
glad
P. M. Barefoot spent Mondayin
r LAWTEY. his future home in Duval county. It
f LaCro&se.The
.. Mr. Wainwright's desire to :
being
farmers are busy digging pota-
'- .. Mrs. M. E.> Todd, of Fort Myers, toes and grinding cane, as Jack Frost make this change, we wish him well. The Telegraph'sGreat '
The little mill is kept busy sup- -
: visitor this winter. saw
and Mrs. Angie Sternburg of Starke has been an early the farmers with framing for
recently visited Mrs. Emily D. Sayles. Miss Laura Lewis has been on the plying
mills and lumber for other out-
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. sick list but is very much improved. sugar

a H. Harley on October 29th. Miss Edyth Williams spent last buildings.Mr. .
V. Mr. James Shepard and daughter, week-end with her parents at Worth- Ancel Wainwright has returned

1 w : r. Clara Mae, visited Jacksonville one ington.On home from Fort Pierce, where he was Premium Offer ':1:1A
\ to the
married charming
\ day last week. account of sickness the Ladies quietly young
of that The
Addie Brown place.
Miss ,
i
hold its
; Henry Bennett Vas transacting business Aid Society did not regular their
j in Jacksonville one day last meeting with Mrs. M. P. Matheny on happy couple intend making
r J :. week. Wednesday evening. A call meet- home in this section, it being the homeof '

; 's Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Jackson spent ing was held at the home of Mrs. Nabb the bridegroom.We .

V, \ ,-. Saturday and Sunday in Jacksonville. Saturday afternoon. Several memberswere wish to say that the school week has FINE MAP OF EUROPE 1
brightened during past or
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. present and the next meeting will up
enrollment and attend-
both in
Plummons last Friday night. be at the home of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot two, .
t Louis Brown was a visitor to Jack- I The society is planning an entertain- ance. Still attendance is not as goodas I V t
I could We realize the fact !
: it be.
": sonviUe last Saturday. ment in the near future. The date will '
Mrs. J. Howe has closed her resort be givenlater. that parents do need their children at In these stirring times when our country is prepar- .:

::V V :; on Kingsley lake for the winter and Mrs. A. B. Shaw and children accompanied = times when they could not do without ing to send two million of our young men to the battle- .
here don't really a
is spending some time here as the by her sister, Mrs. Monk them but, see you
fields of
'1 I s. guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. A. and ,baby, visited in Gainesville partof think you can sacrifice something for Europe everyone is interested in the geography -a
a Smith. last week. the benefit of your children, especiallyin of that ;

;' i Mr. B. D. Browning was a visitorto Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, Jr., the way of education? We realize continent.'I'
Starke the great need of education now. What :
Monday. spent'several days of last week in Ala-
that
do we, therefore, expect to be the con- 05
Mr.
+ w V ; and Mrs. L. E. Brussells, of :
i' V Jacksonville, were guests last Sunday chua.Mrs.. Geo. Dyal, who lived near this dition of men and women of the .future sians further back from the Russian frontier we instinctively '

t ; : at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. place, quietly passed away last Friday ? Of course the need for such wish for to .;if
a map see just the location of the
Hill. I will be greater if the children are allowed .
afternoon at 5 o'clock, after a long :
: Mrs. J. D. Randall returned home illness of several months. Mrs. Dyal to avail themselves of the great points we have been reading about. S

V 9 t last week, after spending several leaves a husband and two children and opportunity which now is offered them The Telegraph has made arrangements to supply _

., months traveling: with Mr. Randall in other relatives to mourn her death. along the line of education. We work '"'V th popular demand for ,
I: the North and far WestMn The interment took place in the Hampton the children all through summer, fall a good map of Europe at a very S'i'

Vt V ; J. J. Clark arid family, of Chicago cemetery Sunday. This commun- and spring, and then keep them out of low price. We have contracted with a publishing house '

: %r y V 111., are pleasantly located in ity extends their heartfelt sympathyto school part of the winter when we for a large number of handsome three-page charts
con- f1
,
their home the bereaved should have the child in school for :
recently 'purchased from ones.
i Mrs. C. J. Tere in East Lawtey. Mr. Little Bessie Colson celebrated his several months of every year. We taining a map of Europe 28x36 inches. Besides this j 1

+ '' Clark will start a eongrete works in sixth birthday by having a birthday only have a short term of school, fine map of Europe there is a map of Florida, the latest :) E

t ; Jacksonville in the near future. dinner prepared for him by his mother therefore let us be careful to .take ad- published, a map of the United States and '
possessions
, t' Mr. Alex Howe and sister, Mrs. W. Mrs. G. B. Colson. Only near relatives vantage of it. Give your children an and a of the t
= H. McCormick, of Gainesville, spent partook of these goodies. Ressieis education they will be proud of. map world.

last Friday at the home of Mr. and a bright little boy and we wish for \ Pound Party. In addition to being of special interest at this time i

k V Mrs. A. A. Smith, the occasion being him many more happy birthdays. Friday evening quite a number of the chart will It
prove a great help to t
:
r the birthday of their mother, Mr J. Many of the Brookerites have visited the young folks ofter having received school children andiTu .

Howe. Starke this week attending court. I mvitations, gathered at the home of \- it should be in every home where there is a '

I Y Mrs. A. M. Blanehard and daughter, Mesdames A. J. and L. Sowell were Mr. Truby Wainwright, where the attending school. The chart is handsomely printed : 'Ji!

"; ;' Misses Enza and Wilma, were shop- visiting relatives in Jacksonville part evening was spent in lively conversa- and would be an ornament in _
: ping in Starke last Thursday. of last week. tion and the playing of many very interesting any home.

1 Mr. J. J. Cone was transacting business Mr. H. R. Brown our telephone man, games. When all seemed to A copy of the Chart and a year's subscription to ,

in Starke one day last week.v was a business visitor to LaCrosse on have enjoyed themselves to their the Telegraph will be given for $2. The offer is to
? i Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, of Jacksonville, Monday.Mrs. I heart's content and all were quite exhausted old a3 well open
,
-.- spent a few days here the first part Bowles, of LaCrosse, visited from laughter and difficultyat as new subscribers, but the subscriber must I:

of the week at the home of her parentsMr. her daughter, Mrs. Theodore Litcnfield playing such amusing games, they pay up arrearages and one year in advance.

and Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz. part of this week. were informed by the honoree, Miss Orders sent by mail will have
Mrs. R. M. Prevatt visited her Dr. Carefoot, of Worthington, wasa Dora Johnson, supper was ready.A the Chart will prompt attention and >:
: mother, who is seriously ill, in Starke professional visitor here last Mon- form was that from which all be mailed to you postage prepaid. i

':: last week. day afternoon. present drew numbers, the result of Address all remittances to

; Charlie George, of Starke, was a Miss Eunice Hazen, who is the as- which was the pairing off of the young
visitor to Lawtey last Sunday. sistdnt teacher of the Cooter Pond folks-the boy and girl drawing""cor-
'
i; Mr. and Mrs. James Browning and school, spent last week-end with her responding numbers being partners.All Bradford T
F r children visited relatives in Jackson- parents here. repaired to the dining room where County elegraph.J

? ville last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney were they did justice to the delicious sup-

Carl Wooten, Harold Pearce and Ernest pleasant visitors here last Friday. per. After all had feasted bounteously .

r' Wells were visitors to Jacksonville Miss Mae demons, who is teachingin each in turn bade his host and hos-

ftJSif last Sunday. the Waldo High School, spent Sat- tess good night. Though homeward Starke Honda. !

.4I;V Quite a number of Lawteyites have urday and Sunday with her parents, bound, to 'engage in other phases of .
r been in Starke attending court this Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clemons. life, we do not forget the kindness $pppCI
; t week. Quite a number attended church at shown us by Mr. and Mrs. Truby
h f V Mr. M. D. Carter and family, of Wa- New Hope Sunday. Wainwright on this happy occasion. V

I : .. teroak, were visitors'to Lawtey Sun- School is progressing nicely under I
day. the management of Prof. A. J. Griffis.It Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev ''

'' Mr.:-...B. D.-,Browning,_ ,,was. -transact-- Las. been necessary to add the fourth erybody. Advertise!
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