Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02099
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: Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50: Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Propdetor. _



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SURPRISE ATTACK AGAINST HUNS WASHINGTON of dollars' worth of 12.-The foodstuffs millions -, WASHINGTON early curtailment, Nov.of non-essential 13.Forseeing REPORTED KERENSKY HAS CONTROL

discovered by secret service agents inNewYork business to release men and materialsfor Im

.l:;"' warehouses, will be put on industries necessary in the prosecution ;>.
-- the foreign of the Council of National I
the American market unless war, ; *

BRICK BLOCK COMPLETED. owners can show that they are en-* Defense officials have taken up the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 14

| ARTILLERY FIRE OF AMER- :titled to the products and that no em- problem of what industries best can + -. + GERMAN DRIVE ON ITALY

(ICANS GETTING HEAVIER Thompson Street Adorned With Another bargo against their exportation is in be dispensed with. + WHERE ARE OUR BRADFORD + COMING TO A STANDSTILL
Handsome Structure. effect. It was learned today that coal con- + COUNTY SOLDIERS? +

'. Officials were interested today in the sumption is outstripping productionand + + -

AMERICAN PATROL ARRANGED The new brick building erected by fact that the foodstuffs included more the supplies of steel and other + The Red Cross are very desirous + PETROGRAD REPORTED BURN '

? AMBUSCADE FOR ENEMY WHO G. C. Livingston on Thompson street, than 2,000,000 bushels of oats con- raw materials will not be sufficient for + of finding out the present addresses + ING-SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN fi 'i

t DID NOT STOP TO FIGHT. is now completed and ready for occu- signed to Dutch imp rters. It was war purposes if manufacturers of non- + of all the men from Bradford +

tt .. pancy. The building fronts 57 feet on pointed out that Holland is not ordinarily essentials are permitted to draw all + county, both volunteers and + LOSING EFFECTIVENESS.

Thompson street and runs back 100 a user of oats, but Germanyhas the materials they require. Thereforethe + drafted men, who are in training + :

1k-. American soldiers have carried out feet. The front is of handsome rough- been short of oats for her cavalry. purpose is to get curtailment un- + camps. This information is necessary + Austro-Gorman attempts to the

'1 a successful ambush of a German par check brick, but a large portion of it The Dutch commercial commission issued :3er way before any general shortage so that the Red Cross may + Piave have been foiled generally cross by

; '. ty in No Man's Land on the western is of heavy plate glass. The greater a statement disclaiming that any of materials are felt. be able to.reach each man with a + the Italians and the party that crowed a

:- front, killing and wounding a numberof portion of the building is to be occu- of the supplies belonged to The Neth- -- S + Christmas package; also a number + at Zenson have not been able to de )

; of, the enemy, while German shells pied by the Ford Garage, A. W. Anderson erlands.AGRICULTURAL. BREAD PRICES WILL BE FORC- of personal packages have'* bouch. On the line from the Pine to c

,. have caused a number of casualties iq proprietor; the next apart- S ED DOWN BY GOVERNMENT been left in their care to be for+ Lake Garda the Italians have retired .

ij: the American lines. ment will be occupied by the Starke DISPLAY.The + warded. + between the river and the region to :

ir An American. patrol one night recently Vulcanizing Works, Robert Burrows, WASHINGTON, Nov. 12.-All per- + Relatives and friends of the + the northeast of Asiago, reducing the

;; lay in the mud in wait for an proprietor, and E. E. Stacy's shoe repairing following additions to the Bankof sons, firms, corporations and associa- + men are urged to furnish their + I bulge in the Italian line. Autro-Ger-

-l' enemy party, for which they had arranged shop; the third apartment will Starke's agricultural display have tions who manufacture for sale breadin + present address, also notify the + man pressure here and around Aiiago .

;- an ambuscade. A German detachment be used as a plumbing shop. lately been made: I. any form, cake, crackers, biscuits, + Red Cross of any change of ad- + continues heavy. The invaders have
t of twice the size of the The floors are of concrete electric + dress between new and the 5th of + gained some vantage the
other points
A. L. Alvarez.and R. S. Humphrey pastry or bakery products, are on
American fell into the The lights and water in plenty well + December. This information + I
party trap. as as
. cane, what is cane. Mr. Hum- directed to take out licenses, which may Asiago plateau and on Sette Communito H
: toilet conveniences. In front of the sugar + be left at A. M.
and did
enemy troops were surprised Darby's store or + the west. '
phrey has worn the championship belt will subject them to rigid regulations
;:frnot stop to fight, scurrying away with garage are three tanks one for gaso- for time but now being drafted by the food admin- + written to Mrs. H. C.- Richard, + All the movable art tr".lunhave a
some as cane ,
i their dead and wounded. ,The Ameri. .line and two for lubricating oils. La- Mr. Alvarez has given a him grower a close rub istration. + chairman of this committee. + I been taken from Venice and the cities .

i1 cans suffered no casualties.; bor and material are high now, but this time. The samples left by both of Under its regulations the food ad- + + of Vicenza and Treviso also] have been -
.t' The American artillery firing on the Mr. Livingston has spared no expenseto them are as fine as the heart could ministration will standardize bread 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + shorn of their works of art in the

dfo. American center is becoming more active make the structure solid as well as wish for. making and Administrator Hoover expects S event of Austro-German success in -

. ... and the Germans have been shell. stylish and convenient, and C. N. John Shriver, of Brooker, some of to force prices for pound loaves MORE COTTON SHIPPED. breaking the Piave line and forcing
f. ing our trenches heavily. A number Cooper, the builder, has a right to be the Italians to retire.Germany's .
the largest pecans ever seen by the probably to seven or eight -
';i of Americans have been killed or proud of his work. submarine
writer. Thursday the second big cotton ship campaign ap. j
wounded, one shell which dropped into John Uglow, Red Bliss Irish pota-- Only the 'small baker who uses less ment of the season left Starike. It parently is losing its effectiveness, as
zi a trench causing several casualties. T. S. Williams has the then month is British losses during the week f/
presented toes grown in slightly less than 60 ten barrels of flour per consisted of 125 bales sold by Griffin past
tb: American
artillerymen also have been Telegraph..man with a bottle of fine days. Thesepotatoes are a fine testi. exempted. The penalty for failure to & Johns, and 40 bales sold by J. F. were only one ship over I.r.oo tons .
the Germans with .
belaboring strongly new syrup. Mr. Williams is puttingup moniaV to the productiveness of Flor- secure license is $5,000 fine or twoyears' Canova. The shipment was consignedto and five under that weight This was ,
shell fire.WHISKEY.. about 75 gallons of in bot- both. the poorest week the submarines have .
syrup .ida soil. It is wonderful to know that imprisonment or, the John Melliton Co., of Savannah -
tles. He is assisted by J. N. Stephens, so important an article of food can be S Ga. have since the begining of ruthless j

RUNNERS ARRESTED.' one of'the best of our home warfare in February.
syrup produced here in less time than two THE "HUMANE" GERMANS. .
.(.- I makers. months.W. --

A. Dubose, a sample of rice flour. London, Nov. 15.-According to the
Last Friday the Lake Butler mar. During a recent address at Ar- COUNTY SOLONSNOVEMBER
shal arrested the pasSengers an automobile Mr. Dubose says that this product is cadia, Hon. Herbert J. Drane told the press reports.from Stockholm travelers .

traveling through that town, ANOTHER SQUADOF fine for making pancakes. It certainly following about conditions in the war- who arrived f esterda evening in 1

is, on search, they were found to have looks good enough for any purpose.J. devastated' portion of 'France, which Haparanda, Sweden, from Finland, t ,

.f I> in their possession 35 quarts of whis- M. Truby, a ripe strawberry on hgd been told to him by 'Chairtnan MEETINTEREStING say rumors are current there that Ke-

i key. They were! on their way from SELECTS WILL% Saturday, the.lOth inst. The straw- Davidson, of the Red Cross: rensky has again regained control and .' i

Jacksonville to Alachua station. They berry acreage in this section is very "Mr. Davidson while going-over this that Petrograd is in flames. :

were, H. T. Rollinson, white, owner much reduced but Mr. Truby is not region of destruction had observed a --+- ; .

.- and driver.of the car, Jasper Boyd '. LEAVE FOR CAMP among the reducers. He has nearlyten large number of baskets by the road- OFFICE FOR DEMONSTRATORS. j

;i white, and Louis Nickerson an -Willie acres planted on his farm and says side and he'was anxious to know what .

1 Blakeley, .colored. A woman was the plants are as fine as he has ever these meant. He was told that these 1.,

also among the passengers, .but she seen. I were not baskets used by.the farniefs PRINCIPAL BUSINESS WAS Mr. C. D. Gunn, the county agent, 4 .

i was not arrested. EIGHTEEN S as he had supposed, but that they and Miss Burleigh, demonstrator of J
S The marshal notified Sheriff Epper- WEBSTER FARMER HELD FOB were baby baskets and that each basket PUBLIC ROAD MATTERS domestic science, are fitting up an of- '

i son, who went after the prisoner. aol UMEN TO GO INTO TRAINING STABBING ST. PETE WOMEN represented a baby 'But whereare fice in the northwest corner of Call

$:>Mge-. in the county jail in N ..2-- the babies?' he asked. He was and Walnut street formerly occupied .
GOVERNOR CATTS WANTS THE by the Cracker Six Markets. An office
'-SUfke. They had a hearing before told that all were dead. Some had -
HAVE BEEN ORDERED TO RE- What was at first thought to be an JAIL SUPPLIED WITH BATH is a necessity for them,' both for
.J; j r :Judge Geo. A. Gardiner Saturday and I starved, some had had their brains '. '
outbreak of another "Jack the Ripper"with their
:..: ,an pleaded guilty. Mr. Rollinson and PORT MONDAY AFTERNOON; battered out, while others had died or CONVENIENCES. clerical work and for the reception -
'r Itickenon were each fined $100 and LEAVE TUESDAY MORNING.Another the scene of his rampage in be been murdered in various and sundry S of business visitors. So far the...:'.. -.
; Ptersburg yesterday to
;tSeosts,and Mr. Boyd and Blakeley each 4 proven ways. There was nothing left except Board county commissioners have made no ,_
maliciousness of met in session Mon
only the a 14-year. regular appropriation
I for office but
an they
All their fines in few instances bundle of
50.and costs. paid except -
a a rags '
old whom the believe be day, November 5th and called to
':1 boy, police to was .ill
probably do tthrir next '
:. Niek rs n, who was sentenced detachment of Bradford mentally unbalanced. .that formerly covered the little bodies order by Chairman S. T. Dowling, so a meet- _________
'd axu\of theme to Jtour1 months in county men will leave for the training and now and thin the small bones of with ing.
? Farmer all members
; 1 Webster Farmer, son of A. present, to-wit: J.
at Columbia, S. C., Tuesday the the and.toes' ,.
'i'cthi county chajaging.U camp tips fingers .
.. a prominent and respected citizen J. Blackwelder, R. J. Andrews, J. L. follows: '
,r .'; morning, November 20th. They have "Mr. Davidson said that he countedin
S of St. Petersburg when identified by Underhill and H .D. May.
: Hon. W. J. Roebuck state
Leen ordered: to report to the Local the distance of a few miles only conxict
NEGRO LIEUTENANT FORCED the three woven who were slightly Minutes of last meeting read and inspector, reports that is bad-
M" Beard in Starke at 3 o'clock p. m., jj',932 of these little baskets which rep- your jail
TO REMOVE HIS UNIFORM the hours of Wednesday approved. .
injured during
.Iy in need of bathing facilities. Will
Monday, November 19th, prepared to resented each the place where a little
evening, confessed that he had Petition presented signed by W. M. take this
---- depart for The men included in : had you kindly matter up with
camp. attacked them. He could give the one passed away. Parker and others asking permission S
!I police the
t VICKSBURG, Miss., Nov. 12.--J. B. the order are as follows: "This story would become tob long county commissioners at their next
for his actions. to change public road as set forth in
t Sanders, a'negro' lieutenant, while in 370!)-Sidney Franklyn Beilling. no reason and shocking to tell, was the reply received regular meeting and request that this 1!
None of the three women injured by said petition, which reads as follows: !
jail be equipped with such uathin facilities .
i this city reprimanded several white 111?-Redding A. Dukes. by Mr. Davidson, when he ask- .
the youth suffered serious effects Commencing at the L. L. Johns
,""t privates charging them wit hhaving 300-Alex Preston Harnage. any ed where were all the mothers of these I as you deem necessary. Sign _
from their wounds. place. on' the section line dividing 21 '
failed to salute him. The soldiers, it 961-Adam Tison. babies. ed. Sidney J. Catts, Governor. : ]... _
4'? Young Farmer has been a source of and 28, continuing on section line .22 After
considering the above letter '
,r *was stated, followed the lieutenant to 681-Nick Johns. The speaker next told of the reasons .
trouble to his parents for two years and 27 to near the Jno. 0. Kelly build the
board into
entered and
**" a contract
that should 450 James William White. for this inhuman treat- ,
'a-theatre and warned him given to us,
and an effort will be made by the authorities ings, there to intersect with present agreement with Jones Plumbing Shop 1 .
he reappear on the street wearing his 19-Noah Howard. ment of subjected women and children.
to have him confined to road. The committee appointed at the
pre which: follows
uniform it would be from 344-Mason Elixson. One of the said "Mr. Davidson reads as : ;1
XT stripped speakers J
vent more serious outbreaks in the meeting of said board in October. to This contract and made
V him No attempt was made by the 964-Andrew Green. the Germans are a humane people 0(
future.-St. Times. investigate the said line recommendedthat
:: soldiers to enter the theatre and pro- 311-Philip Philander Nettles. and therefore believe it is better for I and entered into this 5th day of No/ i
change be granted provided i '
A. D. 1917, by and between board of '
582-Luther Cooper. I children be kill-
tection from threatened violence was Gracy those women and to
that the petitioners-open
949-James Griffis. Messrs. C. J. Knight and S. M. Car- .I said road county commissioners of Brl1..!'crd : I:
":; accorded Lieut. Lee by civilians and ., ed than for them to be left to starveas without
:. by city police officers.I 546-Tate Jite.1154Stafford of Lake Butler, were visitors to they would certainly do, after all .1.motion any expanse to county. Upon county, party of the first part, and !
and second the of the
> Acting upon the advice.o.local citizens L. Crews. t' Thursday. the food had been taken for the bene- committee adopted. report Jones Plumbing Shop, party of. the _
the remainder 114-Claud Stacey Addison.v fit of the Kaiser's These second part. Witnesseth: That for
Lieut Lee during fighting men. Petition
1 5v: of his brief stay here. wore civilian 777-Charley Jackson Powell. Messrs. R. M. Alvarez and M. F. I must have food, for without it their and others signed by E. P. Johnson the sum of $285.00 the party of the ; '
e- Clothes. 362-Othello Harden. Fowler recently made a trip to Port battles could not continue. presented which reads as second part agrees to install the fol- .

.. 931-Bryant Griffis. Inglis, Fla., where they enjoyed sev- "Then, Mr. Davidson, the Germansare follows: lowing plumbing for the party of the I
S eral days fishing. While there they that We, the undersigned petitioners and first part and party of the first part I .
frugal people. They see
Alternates. a
FLORIDA SENATOR HELD FOR ask the Honorable board of .
taxpayers ,
provide themselves with a supply of is wasted. Therefore the bonesof I agrees to pay .the above mentioned
: OPPOSING ARMY DRAFT LAW Alternates have been ordered to report nothing county commissioners not to allow or .
dried fish for winter and spring. This these children who have died by the sum. To-wit: Install 2 bath tubs, white
... at he same time as follows: old permit any person or persons to fenceup enameled inside and outside '
..' .- reminds the Telegraph man of the wayside are gathered that they may painted j 'S
PENSACOLA, Nov. 12. The federal 38-John H. Starling. days when many of our citizens used be ground into fertilizer in order that and obstruct any part of the road to be standard grade, properly trapped I

r grand jury here) today returned an 742-Eugene Griffis. to hitch up their wagons in the fall our people may raise crops to sustain leading from the Conner bridge by the and drained to present sewer pipe \\t j '

Ii indictment against State Senator J. L. 827-James Thomas Moody. and go way to the "fishery," They the lives of our people and our sol way of W. M. Bloodsworth to the old in jail. Cold water run to same. Work j .

Sheppard Gadsdeh county, Florida, 586-EliJah N. Coleman. were usually gone front two to three diers. James Cason place to Lake Butler, as over all the present fixtures putting -' r \ ,

:..c. charging him with opposing the army 527-Nathan Eldon Baxter. weeks, but when they came back they "There is another reason, Mr.; Davidson it would cause a great inconvenienceand same in good condition, renew toilet ::'. '
89-Randolph Addison. injustice to the citizens of the seats where needed. Put flush tanks !
draft law. The indictment charged brought a winter's supply of. fish for for this 'apparent .inhumanity. on "
Senator Sheppard introduced a resolu. v Forty-three Men in Service. : the family. When the Serbians hear of the condition community by allowing.any such pe on two toilets, reset fixtures: recalk I

,tion at a farmers' meeting in Gadsden Forty-three selected men are now of their wives and daughters and tion by any part yor parties. The all lead joints. All new and old fix'w.. ; I ."

.- county condemning the draft law.and. r in service from Bradford county. Fif- GREEN OPENS CAMPAIGN. little children, their spirit is broken board after considering the petition tures to be put in sanitary condition. J' .
'determination to resist it forwarded ordered that the fencing or any obstruction Job guaranteed for one All I
>. expressing t -one have been to camp and they can no longer fight. 'We do year. i I
i'J claiming it unconstitutional. by the Local Board, but eight of this Prof. R. A. Green opens his cam- not delight in this, but it must be donein of the road would not be allowed stoppage to fixtures or breaks will be I' '

W It also was charged that during the number have been discharged on phy- paign this week by making the formal order that Germany may live." so- said road is a recognized repaired without charge to the coun-
Yi:' last session of the Florida legislature jical examination. If all of the 18 announcement of his candidacy for public road.Petition ty, if same is caused by faulty work l' r

in Tallahassee Sheppard declared he men to go forward next Tuesday are in the next legislature.He signed by J. C. Barry and or material. All labor, soil, terra cot- I Ii .

I. did not intend to permit his son to register accepted on the final examinations, representative also issues interesting letter to BENEFIT PIANO FUND. others asking that,the name of E. C. ta and lead pipes.and fittings to install I! I

i, and would forcibly resist any attempt this will swell the 'total from this the of the an which will Byrd be placed upon the pauper roll. above mentioned plumbing. Said par ,i I II
voters county, .
Come to Rowand's Theatre tonight.In Upon motion and second ty of the first to
't. to compel him. county to 61 men. be founcf Telegraph. Mr. petitipn re- I part agrees pay upon !:
jn today's .
addition to the splendid picture of- fused. completion of job.
It is expected that the next detach- Green evidence of waginga o .
!. FLORRID" TROUBLE. ment to be sent to camp will consist of vigorous gives campaign early for the place he fered the Ladies Musicale and others State pension claims tiled by Mrs. Witness our hands and signatures I

colored selects. Forty-eight of the is He is known throughoutthe will give a delightful musical prog- Sarah F. Hamriik.: and Mrs. Saxon and official seal this 5th day of Nov. I ..
-+' colored registrants have been certifiedfor ram consisting of male quartettes, : approved by the board. A. D. 1917. I
J. B. Florrid, the gunsmith, is in I service by the District Board. The county and is popular with his ac mixed choruses and songs in costume. Board County Commissioners, Brad. j
That he will be for Citizens and parties owning land I II
jail charged with criminal associationwith Local Board'only awaits the order of quaintances. a Following is the program: the !I ford County, Florida. By S. T. Dowl.I .
there be public road known the
midable candidate can no upon as
a girl 12 years'oid.. lIe was arrested the War Department to start these doubt. Male Quartette, (a) "When the Twi- Starke and Melrose.public road pltittoned ing, chairman, party of the first part. ,

by Marshal KiteTuesday mom- men to camp. light Shadows Fall," (b) "Ding, Dong, the Honorable board of county I Jones Plumbing Shop, by D. C.
iqg, after the latter had ascertained '- --- -- -- Bell"-Messrs. Luther Powell, Ellery Jones.
commissionets to have said road
beyond a doubt that he had good SPIES IN THIS COUNTRY WILL Davis, Wilbur Scott, Joe Canova. The bill of county attorney for services -
STATE W. C. T. U. CONVENTION.Last straightened commencing the Clay
grounds for the arrest Florrid has BE LARGELY ELIMINATED Mixed Chorus, (a) "Tenting To- north prosecuting cases before the ;.
county lite running that it
I not, at this writing, 'been arraignedF night," (b) "Boola, Boola Girl. would be better for the county judge's court for the sum of

before the county judge, and it maybe week representatives of the : ? Song (In costume) "Poor Butterfly"Miss lic. motion and traveling pub. $100 was presented. R. J. Andrews .
Upon second
that he will waive examniation and W. C. T. U. of Florida assembled at WASHINGTON, Nov. 13.-Assistant > I Anna tanova. petition moved that the bill be paid and that t. .

await the action of the grand jury at Lakeland, where they held their 34th Atorney General Fitts, in chargeof Ladies Choruses, (a) ?Swing Song," granted.sioner of.said H. D.district May, county authorized commis- the resolution passed by said board on .

"' the next term of circuit court. annual convention.The criminal prosecutions for the government (b) "Old Black Joe." and instructed to have was the work doneby' September 3, 1917, employing said attorney i.

S Starke union was represented declared in an address to- Male Quartette, "My Creole Sue." be reconsidered. Said motion .
the convicts while .
GLEE CLUB. by Mrs. F. A. Scott and Mrs. A. H. night that enemy propagandists now Some of the numbers are new while said district. .. was seconded by J. J. Blackwelder. -

-,..- Freeman both.of them taking an important -I working in this country soon will be others are the old familiar songs that I This motion was passed by unanimous I

i. On account of a basket ball engagement part on' the program. Mrs. rounded up and the spy menace large we ever take pleasure in hearing. All Bond of. Ted H. Halligan, notary ,vote of the board. : .

we regret to have to announce I W. S. Graham, of Raiford, was appointed ly eliminated. Special significance was who come are assured an evening of puClic, upon motion and second ap i Board adjourned until the first Monday .,

; a change for the Glee Club from Fri o vice president of the 24th district attached, his statement in view of enjoyment The five reel picture, proved. in December, 1917. i

: day night, Nov. 23rd, to Thursday P wakh is composed of Bradford the government's pending plan to register "dorian," U in itself worth the priceof The following letter was filed by W. W. T. WEEKS .

night, Nov. 22nd. Please take notice. and Baker counties. all German within the countrj: admission, which will.be 25. and iSe.S J. Epperson, sheriff, which reads as Clerk and Auditor.

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: Ir i t. RED CROSS.DEPARTMENT. 9 + UNITED STATES PLANS FOR + tneans of spotting all influential pro- { RUB OUT PAIN ; LAX-FCS IS 1.... !IMPRCVEO CASCARA v
; + ARMY 0F FROM 3,000,000 TO + German plotters pacifists early peace I A Digestive Liquid Laxative Catharticand

'' & f 0009040000000t + 5, OtOOOME& + and anti-war shouters working., the with good oil liniment That'sthe Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Eark, i y .
+ + United States. surest way to stop them. Blue Flag Root Rhubarb Root Black yK
cf .. + + + + + + f+ + + + + + + + + + A The best rubbing liniment is Root,May Apple RCY.>t.fnnaLeaves and
check is-to
it" tight be used on this i
to muster Pepsin. Combines; strength witb>palatable 1
Stupendous preparations :
t :... element as well as on enemies of the aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 5Cc .....
: every ounce of American man power .
government who, more daring in their "" '
I o arid economic resources for the defeat operations actively assist ill cam- MUSTANGLINIMENT !If- : 1 OLD .01to 1P:
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I S. : of Germany will be the_answer of paigns of terrorism, such as plots to .1 COFFINS CASKETS I BONES '
o the United States to the Teutonic vic-
destroy buildings, docks and even ....
And full line of .
tories 'over the Russian and Italian a II
: t MANY ARTICL S FOR troop transports.The I RUBBER COPPER .0.j
armies and the of the first :
THE CHRISTMAS BOX. Undertakers' Supplies ; ; i
of the
plans TIRES
American blood in the trenches in government are BRASS
based the firm'belief Automobile Hearse. ,
t on that Germany t "'- 'C
France. Three of war effort TUBES
years LEAD
t f.'; The Bradford County Chapter of intends this winter to make another Always on hand. The best ser- "it:
1 face the country, according to governmental "i
..j' .' ;. American National Red Cross desire to calculations, and only decisive spectacular peace plea in a desperate Good for the Ailment of vice at the lowest prices. Special ROPa SCPAP IRON .

express their thanks to the patriotic fighting can bring peace to the world. effort to create dissension among the Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. I I attention to telegraph orders.
for their Allies and if break down SEND IT TO us WE 80111 PaCnmJ 'r
people of the county generous That peace will not be possible before ; Aches I I
Good for
I to the appeal to help the solid wall of opposition. More your own :
I Write Fer Pricefist s'
response that time is the theory upon which Registered Embalmer ;t
p with a Christmas box for the Brad- America's war preparations will pro- than this, it is learned the governmentis Rheumatism, Sprains,

ford county me nin our army, also a in possesison of information that Cuts, Burns, Etc. ., I DeWITT+ C. JONES PIH/HSULAflHt7A1.Q

** box to be sent to France. Somethingover ceed.Here is the program some phases of the German propaganda preliminary 2Sc 50c. $1. At all Dealers. 657 E.BAY JACXSONVU1.F\ ;
$80 jn money has been given, al- which already are being consideredand to this peace plea has already been Starke. Fla. : ,.,=,,-
I so a large collection of articles as called put .operation: started in the United States as wellas I L\ t ,

i for in the last issue of the Tele- Legislation by Congress authorizingthe in the Allied countries. &."

i graph. The box to France has gone expansion of the army to a maxi- There "is evidence the imperial Ger- -1s- y A:

j t forward and the packages for the mum of from 3,000,000 to 5,000,000 man government is hard at work in 'KCBr.7 :I"
p i Bradford county men will be sent in men. the campaign to create and stimulate

I time to reach them at the holiday seat Lowering of the minimum draft age a L peace crusade throughout the United l"V''J'So!

I son. to 19 and raising of the maximum States. American authorities believe ,
a part of, this campaign unquestionably .. -(,
age possibly to 35 years. 'Y' ",
i I BROOKER DOING<< PATRIOTIC Examination of the second incre- I ,is represented in the effort to :
+ WORK. create uneasiness and fear throughout 7
ment of draft <
687,000 registrants be- 'i'.
.. the t 4>j!
I ginning in December with a view to i country especially among the ,;o;',
Brooker has sent a Christmas box sending them to the training camps by families and relatives of the soldiers :
I in, enroute or about to go to France. .
will early
to our soldiers in France. They spring. ;
also send a package to each of the Flotation of the third Liberty Loan The extensive plans of the govern- .a'p :

Brooker men who are in our training'-probably for $3,000,000 next Feb- ment to combat the anticipated Ger- :<:4f'

E t I 1 camps. In addition to this they also ruary.A man peace plea have their inspiration .c3 ,f'j
I" contributed towards the Red Cross marked increase in war taxation, in the determination to push the war '

Christmas box that goes from Bradford particularly on incomes and the prof- unceasingly until the objects for which ':'(
county. its ofi>usiness.I the United States entered the conflict 1i:
t .
4, t I The reverses suffered by the Italian have been attained. [

I armies, following closely upon the mil- ;'"'
. .t itary collapse of Russia have awakened Time is money. Don't waste it .
..lt the Administration to the realiza- hunting stray stock. Put an ad in the r o. .i4. r=
t "Florida's Fairest Flower in the Field tion that a much more aggressive pol-
Telegraph and the animals will soon
of Charity. icy must be pursued by the American be located. GET THE WAR NEWS .'

t government. All hope of early peace :1!'
Florida HOpe Hall and Industrial have been dissipated. Government officials -
I who believed that the leaven of
; Farm, located at .Hampton, Bradford
if county, and being operated wholly in discontent was working in Germanyand i Every day it becomes ot greater interest. Soon tho Ajnencun oldicnno

J the interest of discharged and paroled that the Prussian autocracy could' in France will be at the front Before lonp the new national army will

l:' T r' prisoners of the state, is now open to not much longer weather the rising MEDICINE l o U<>in& across. Your boy, orour neighbor's boys nro in the trainirCan.ps. -

: receive its beneficiaries. Those leave storm of internal dissension now con- getting reruJy. Kocp postud on their movement-,
ing the penal institution of the state cedethat their hopes have been blighted I

are ordinarily provided with only one by the successful German drive in ID Her Mother's Home, Says Toil; The Florida Cimus-Union prints all the reliable news of the world,

,*,,- suit of clothing hence wearing apparelfor Italy. received by telegraph It tfivcs latest market reports, statistics of fruit and
men and women is greatly needed. The Prussian autocracy will be ableto Georgia Lady, Regarding vegetable movement, and it keep* itb readers pasted on the social and -
=.s 1 Hope Hall was established by Mrs. appease the suffering people of Drangat Relief From Headtche political doings of Florida people. Important
news eventj at home
I Booth the world's Germany even in the midst of the privation and .
I, Maud Ballington ,. Malaria Chills Etc. abroad arc photographed lor its columns.
I ft.
foremost prison reformer and is one of the approaching winter. The"Teutonic

'. of a system of similar homes, conducted people will be told that German .
Ringgold. Ga.Mrs. Chas. Gaston,
I; throughout the United States, arms have put Russia and Italy of this place, writes: "I am a user
j under her jurisdiction for the refor- out of the wartflnd they will be urg- of Thedford's Black-Draught; In fact I l Times-Union I Four I Months I $ e > ,
mation of discharged prisoners. ed to endure their privations a little It was one of our family medicines

I The Florida establishment is under longer until Germany can crush England Also in my mother's ,home when I With Wall War Chart
f! I the immediate jurisidiction of. Major France and the United States was a child. When any of us child- Six-Page Only .

i and Mrs. L. A. Odom, who occupy the and fill her coffers with the wealth ren complained of headache usually
that huge indemnities will caused by constipation she gave us / 1
of state superintendents. war bring
: positions Tho
Times-Union Mill be mailed t address for
any Ju four months, Including
a dose of Black-Draught, which would evvry >
ad- her. The
They have the co-operation of an glittering prize of America'senormous' the big Sunday issue. fo( $2.GO. To ,
rectify. the trouble. Often Inhe, only very cubscfilr on this otfci *ill bo fiiveri free a ipag<.
visory board composed of 24 of the wealth will be dangled be- wall wur chart, contain. ,
Spring, we would have malaria and n m.ips piciurcs afid statistics ofj-.ioat valur.
leading citizens of the state, drawn fore the eyes"of the German people as chills or troubles of this kind we
: t from various professions and callings. the great reward* for their privationsand would take Black-Draught pretty reg This, chart includes up-to-dati? map of Klorida, showing ru-w -.-(..untiemd .automobile rouvjj.

; The progress which has beenmade sacrifices. i. ular until the liver acted well and map ot commi tcial Amenta the United Stiit'-s anJ adjacent countricv-' ip of Eutope, A. x anj

S -I with this humane enterprise reflects If the war is sought to a military we would soon' be up and around Africa map of thf wi-sKrn. runco-Gfrrnai and RuiSO-Uer man battle *r<..ntunrt -,

t great credit 'upon its promoters and decision, and there is nu reason for. again. We would not be without It, other .
.tatistu make thi chart .nvaluable.
nu' tolls
>niy how
for It certainly has saved us lots of many p.oL
Hall farm consistsof
Hope that
managers. believing the Entente will listento
where the doctor bills. Just a dose of Black t ho* nidify ot ;< k., it tai-i-v to bard a chirnn.-y ui hv m jch set J to pUuit .n a. .
160 acres of fertilland, peace -proposals by' Germany dur-' Draught when not ep well saves a -f corn. Hundied ol ithi u ,<_tu! t.ictb af7ni9 .1. rhc six b jpa> c->. c..i.h 27 10J
: products of the soil such as are adapted ing the ,existenc of the present mili- lot of "days In bed."
: to this climate are being cultivated. tary situation th* United States must Thedford's Black-Draught has been wall chatt vsith all it- t .,; in-i|, ..nfo,1, Mill Liotnt ,ou life ifJ

Six bungalows have been erected and expect to gird itself for three years of In use for many years in the treatment .uij'jci ibc for the H or i u.i Time ,,-Uiruii t >u: it. $ j'j ..i ', ti c i.' 50 in any way c. nv
: partly furnished. These improvements conflict. This statement may not imply of stomach liver and bowel lent *e prgfer tj ha<< ,LJI rci-.' i.al i-hi
.represent an expenditure of about $4- that the Allies cannot beat Ger- troubles, and the popularity> which It
; 000 practically all of which has been many in less than three years but it now enjoys is proof ft Its me it

r ,, raised through Major Odom through : does mean that this country must be If your liver Is not doing Its duty THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
will suffer from such dIsagree-
.; small donations. However, in the : prepared for such an eventuality.This you
able symptoms as headache biliousness -
neighborhood of an additional $4,000 government must be preparedto
constipation Indigestion etc.,
will be required to consumate the ex- raise and equip 3,000,000 men, pos- and unless something is done, serious Jacksonville Florid;
: tensive work which has been underta- sibly 5,000,000 men for overseas duty; trouble may result.
+ ken. Donations of clothing are con- it must turn hundreds of'factories into Thedford's Black-Draught has been
stantly needed by wards of the institution munition plants; it must build thou. found a valuable remedy for these
i i and any gifts*bf this character. sands of ships to keep the Allies'and troubles. It Is purely vegetable and .
will be deeply appreciated and most' American troops supplied with food- acts In a prompt and natural way, '- 1 ?

t acceptable. They can be sent by ex- :. stuffs and munitions. It must do all regulating the liver to its proper -
functions and cleansing the bowels of
or freight to Hampton Fla., ad- this because of
press the two recent devel- Impurities.' Try It. Insist on Tried- '$utnJLnJLnitIrLftnmnlhlLnJutnutnJJ
dressed to Hope HalL opments of the military situation-the ford's the original and genuine. E 79
obvious collapse of Russia and the

t' SPUDS IN PLENTY. threatened breakdown ot Italy. G. HARDING & CO. -I III.

nations The great during problem the winter of the will Entente be to Byron, Ga., Apr. 11, 1917. W A.STINfi OF SA VINfi 'Which1? .

c'' :. :i t Harrison WASHINGTON, chairman, Nov.of the 14.Dnilroads'War -Fairfax rejuvenate to compel Italy Germany and Russia to maintain sufficiently on- I Old Kentucky paducah Mfg. Co.Ky., -

Board authorizes the following: Gentlemen:
their fronts l armies which other-
railroads moving what large : I had cholera in my herd of hogs "
? i The are now wise would be massed the Allies ,
promises to be the biggest potato crops on the Western front.agains The weak-- recently and began feeding the B. A. Our entrance into the far has brought us to the point where it becomesa

{', in crop the which history is estimated of the country.will total This ap- ness of Russia and Italy has length- Thomas'losing Hog hogs Cholera at once.Cure I and was stopped losing -- national duty for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste.

: proximately 453,000,000,000 bushels or can ened estimate the war and to an has extent made that necessarya zone from four to five each night until Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as

half again as much as last year had I began the use of this preparation.I .
4 been on the way since the middle of greater economic expenditure resources, of by manpowerand the United raise about 200 head of hogs per well is almost wholly dependent upon'the manner in which we produce and

$f t September. The movement of it will States and the Allies. year and never expect to be without save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and

i continue until about April 1st next The immediate result of the Italian your remedy.Yours
year. Reports received by the Com- reverses has been to spur on the Ad- very truly depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless

'" mision on Car Service indicate that ministration to even greater undertakings H. G. HARDING & CO. and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities..
For sale D.
than by C.-Jones.Starke. .
even with intensive loading more -
hitherto. has -
needed to handle Already a way Nov29162330. ,
750,000 cars will be

t, I't a !+ the potato crop. been to Italy found in\addition to furnish to the important 25'ships aid di- .vvvvvv: 1&"L+ 999 909999 Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County. Bank; .

A SAFE TEST.- verted to transportation of Italian n\u- + 9 at close of business Sept 11th J917. .
;. nitions and food. The character of 4 .
t .t. -.r this aid has not been disclosed but ap. .
; <* --'
For those who are in need of a remedy parently it was such as to elicit expressions > New time table! went: into effect A<8> RESOURCES' LIABILITIES,
for kidney troubles and backache of satisfaction from the 412:01 '
a.'rn. Sunday May Sand >
1 1." \ it is a gOO
::1'' Pills. They are strongly recommended Washington. ,+ 4 State County and Municipal.Bonds 2000.00 Surplus fund'f 10,000.00.

:. by Palatka people: But the most important respect in 0 Jacksonville to Tampa. <> Claims and Resources 9416.98 Undivided less
\ \ profits expenses paid 2,102.59Cashier's
t s Louis F. Rossingnol, steamboat pilot which the Administration has been impelled 9 No".3-_____1_________10:55a.m. $
Oak and Seventh streets, Palatka, to expand its war program con- 9 No. 1-______________11:14 p. m. $ Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 checks outstanding 669.50

.,I Fla., says: > I cerns the number of fighting men required 9 No. 15 "Floridian"__._2:37 p. m. $ All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 267,568.90'TOTAL .
"I had a dull pain over my kidneys.The by a war lasting two or three 9 p Over-drafts secured and.l unsecured
kidney secretions were irregular years longer. It is admitted that it 9 Jacksonville to Cedar Key. <$ 832.52 .

in passage and I was obliged to getup may be necessary to send 3,000,00 f' No. 21_______________ 4:50 p. m. 9 Cash on hand and in Banks 69.93108.
; many times during the night. Ow- soldiers to Europe Before the United 9 <8

: I ing to my work, I had to be out In all States and its'' Allies can be assured of 9 Tampa to Jacksonville. <3 TOTAL $305,340.99 $305,340.99

I kinds of weather and I blamed that for victory 0 No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. <8 _
----- --
my trouble. I was advised by differ President Wilson has come to the A No. 2_______________ 4:51 a. m. 9 This bank invites
yoif as a loyal citizen to begin If
Z saving
Pills that there should be fur- 0 now. you
: ent people to try Doan's Kidney conclusion no No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. 0
so I got some. I was more than pleas- ther delay in providing for the Expansion 4' 4 are not a.depositor, a dollar will open an.account for you, and you can deposit '
ed to find that they rid me of the of the army to 3,000,000 men, and 9 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. 4 at time in
1 .
trouble. It has now been three years possibly more, and he intends to urge 0 No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. 9 any any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly.

since I took them and I have never this and other legislation on his war 4

i had a return attack. I have told many; program when Congress meets next .' Starke land Waniee, 9
people about my experience with month. That Congress can no longer 4 (Daily Except Sunday) I Bradford
\ Doan's Kidney Pills and always recom- refuse to grant the demands of the ,..No. 101 Leaves Stark'e 6:45: a. m. 9 County Bank
& .
No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 fr
& mend them. Administration in full in the face of: p.

S ; Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't the crisis in the fortunes of the nation T. J. GRIFFIN 4 9

simply ask for a kidney remedy-get wrought by German successes against 4' Bradford
+ Doan's Kidney Pills-the same; that Italy and Russia, is the view of the r Agent.# County's Financial Stronghold.
had. Foster-Milburn President and his advisers.
{ : Mr. Rossingnol 4.49m9944'4444494Drives
I .
; Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (S8) I While greatly concerned with the Starke Florida.

nation's part in the supplying of men? Out Malaria,Builds Up System .. .
3 Your-order'for printing will receive I ships and munitions officials at Washington The Old Standard general strengthening tonic. N. T. PITCH Pre. W.T Weeks Vice-Pree. J. H. RITCH Cashier
the same careful attention if sent by I are quietly but nevertheless GKOVB'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives onMalaria.enricheitheblood.aodbulldiapthesys'

-i-1 mail as if given personally. vigorously 'and extensively preparing tem. A true tonic. Fcr adult and children. 60c
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' NOVEMBER 16, Ul7.
FRIDAY. .. :- 4
.. 4 '- '-
Total, .___ 1214.02By eS for 1911 1S1.77
,, -.- amt paid out _. -132.59 W.personal L Wall property refund _taxes----_for- 1916----on-- 4.00J. REPORT Of COUNTY FINANCES. =

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. Oct."31. to amt on band 1081.43 R. Davis A Co. premium on bonds_ 7.50 -
Interest Find. Starke Tel Co. phone rent
to band 3172.82By L Wall fire chief 6.00
Oct. 1. amt on
art amt transferred sinking fund __ 552.32 E. M. Johns assistant __ 4.50 BRADFORD COUNTY. :
Gus Beasley fireman 1.00
.: 1 Live State News = Oct 31. to amt on band __ -2620.50 Pitt Tomhnson do 1.00
Waterworks Fend. Allen Can va do 1.00B. -
Oct. 31, to amt pn band ... 993.47 George do 3.00 PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 30,1917.The .
fx Bond Fud. Harold Wall do _._....... 1.00R.
Our Exchanges I Oct. 31. to amt on hand ........ 13821.38 L Epperson do 1.00 following report of the receipt an.d disbursements of the several funds of BradfordCounty
oId'by Reed for street paving _l 6L25 B. Alvarez do 1.00 for the period ending September SO, 1917. with the balances and amount of warrants
4, Chas. Beasley do 1.00 outstanding, and a statement of the assets and liabilities and the value of county property (oth- '
J Total _._.._ _...._1S882.6J Roy Turner do ._.,_....--... 2.00 er than school) of the said Bradford county u reported by the clerk: of the court and the county .
1; '- By amt paid out __ .. 6534.64 Chas. Cameron do n 2.00 commissioners on the 30th day of September 1917. is hereby published under the pro isionu .
OCALAThe Ocklawaha Valley for this work. The station is to Drew Alvarez do 2.00 of Chapter 6813 of the Laws of 1915. ERNEST AMOS. 3 J r
.. Oct 1, to amt on hand 7347.99 Comptroller. ,
announcement be equipped for about 5,000 head of _
.<, Bailroad has issued an Total 431.03 GENERAL FUND. .t
J; that it will discontinue service at mid. horses and will require about 300 men The following bills were paid: | Road and Bridge Fud. )
General Fud. Jones Plumbing connecting fountain Depository balance April 1. 1917 ___? S 925.47
t night November 30th. Plans had been to operate it. It will consist of four E. S. Matthews mem council ..-?_-_ 4.00 : etc Shoe 11.45 Outstanding warrants April 1, 1917 _--... 44.59
1made to extend this road to Leesburg, barracks, two mess halls, two lavatories J. W. Andrews Jr. .. 1.00 i Quigley'Lumber Co. lumber nails 6.03
O. J. Griffin do 3.00D. Bank of Starke pay roll October 18.13J. Net balance April I, 1917 .. ___ 980.97'
but the war has caused a collapse of one administration building, C. Jones do ... 4.00 S. Mercer scavenger and general Receipts fr the Six Months A
M'* these plane.it quarters for the officers in charge, One S. -A. Bryan do 1.00J. street work _.... 78.46 From tax collector taxes etc ----------------.r_ 4900.99 .
!l. guard house, eight hospital stables, W. White do 4.00A. From comptroller Railroad tax and redemptions 2.641.60 7.542.69DiibanenentiTfor '
S. Crews treu salary 7.50 Total ... 114.07 K
**" FT. PIERCE_Backus &: Son have 29x130 feet in size, four operatingrooms Joe Hill Williams mayor's fees 10.00E. The council adjourned to November Making balance tkTsix --- 8.423.54
"b .
houses other Matthews acting 1.00C. Months-
four storage six 81| mayor
landed the contract for the construction A. Futch clerk's fees 97.86 7,1917. Salary clerk circuit court U county auditor and clerk to t fir.*,
stables, one store house 60x300 feet county commissioners _._ ___ 440.32
of five boats for the federal government Situ Kite salary and fees 76.00H. ? -n
.s( while in size, 600 feet of hayracks, sixty Austin salary 50.00 C. A. FUTCH, Per diem and mileage of commissioners 266.60 1'
,These boats
:.; N. D. Wainwright assessment of tax Town Clerk. Salari of other officers and employees
will add quite a little to the boat watering troughs. \ Attorney Tor county commissioners .. 10.85 %
ones Supervisor of registration ,.,__.T..._, (2.49 k .
K building activity of Fort Pierce. They Repalri u Count Buildings

::1 are called cutters and will cost the I ST. PETERSBURG.-County Engi-I I Furnitort Jail and Fixtures --..?.. U5. S

& government approximately $800 each. neer Burleson and assistants will be- I Jail ------ n.. .___ 25.65 -
; I gin soon on the running of the lines Expenses of Cointy Baildiags *

_ MAYO.-During a dispute in this and the preparation of estimates for ATTENTION FARMERS.Bring Janitors Light fuel and and other water attendants_...___....__ nu __.__ 90.00 84.64 1 .

r city last Saturday Dr. J. M., Anderson the erection oVa county fence as re- Cuo .f Conner Inauranee PaarAllowance ---__?... -, 200.00

prominent physician of this quired by the "no-fence" law recently '
! a made to paupers outside of poor houses, paid by {
: place, was cut six times about the voted by the electors of the county. warrants -----________ r.Tenner's ..,- 984.S3 t y y. -
:. body by J. E. Barrington, a well- This action was ordered by the county Inquests Fees
of officers, jurors and witnesses ____ 43.00 .
: known fanner. Dr. Anderson was commissioners. The "nofence"law Your MEAT .. Insanity Inquiries a

;" rushed to Jacksonville and it is be- as'passed by the legislature provides to Stationery Fees and of Printing-officers and committees ___ -. ... -_ 80.30

lieved he will recover. that he county shall construct a General stationery blanks etc. _-..-.-,__.....:............_ 93.85 .
-..,. fence along the boundary of the ter- LAKE Record booksAdvertising -----_______.?? 136.77 .. .
"r.MIAMI.George Richardson Davis, ritory included in the terms of the BUTLER ICE PLANT Commissions Paid to Officers-required by law and paid. for by county. __ 71.25 -

for two local manager for Baker law, except that which has natural Tax Assessor ___ .. 290.00 ,
z years boundaries. It has been estimated that Tax Collector ---________????_??.-- _._ 701.93
.:: ft Holmes, wholesale grocers, was Clerk circuit .
court recording and general court work __ 43.65
.: found dead at 10 o'clock Tuesday lying about five miles of fence will be re- For Cold Storage Contingencies ..._-- _. -_- .---, _. .... _.-._n.- .. 806.94 4.150.18 5

: on the kitchen floor of the Davis bungalow quired. This comparatively small Balance .. __
amount is ?? ----- ._.._______ 3.973.18
of accounted for
:' at 2121 Miami avenue. Gas was fencing by NOW OPEN' Dr. scrip: certified not presented April 1. 1917 ________ 30.00 t yY
the fact that the boundaries of the ter-
from three of the kitchen -
}'. escaping jets ritory are'such that waterways cut off Balance ---------___ ._________?__.......... 4.003.8 e
range and asphyxiation was clearly Cr. aerip certified not presented for payment Sept. 30, 1917 _____ 33.67 "t ,

; the cause of his death. all Gates access will along be provided the greater at all portion.roads Price 1 cent per pound (for first 30 days Net balance Sept 30. 1917 ----_____'.. -3969.61- *;

,'. leading into the Warrants outstanding Sept 30, 1917 __?__.______ 45.67 '
county. t.
,ABCADIAv drainage district to 1-2 cent per pound for next 30 days, or Depository balance Sept. 30./1917 4.015.28 1 v i '

be known as the Tiger Bay Drainage FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND. .

,, District, embracing a vast territory of BOWLING GREEN.-The State any fraction thereof. Depository balance April 1. 1917 ---.?.._....._?,.__.__?.__._.__ 414 f!3
't prairie lands about twelve miles to Bank is in possession of a bit of relic Outstanding warrants April 1, 1917 ----?__............. ??_ 1005:; t

; the 4toutheast of this city, has been in- of the Battle of Okeechobee during the 1 bet balance April 1. 1917 --__________.. :6464 l
corporated under the new Florida Seminole war, and which occurred at Receipts for the Six: Months i

drainage laws with the members of the Lake Okeechobee in 1836. It is in the From From tax collector taxes, etc ---.--- 2.159.10 '
comptroller railroad taxes and redemptions _____ '
s A; board of supervisors: elected. The tract shape of an old flint and steel musket, I From sheriff fines .._.-.*---.-...--.......,Y? _,_ 1.065.34483.61 1.219.17 t'r ?

>4 embraces forty-one sections-about and also a sword which is nearly three AUTOMOBILESInsure Making balance .. a i i d : a
1' 26.))00 acres. feet in length, both of which were dug Disbursements for the Six Months- '_ 4.748.25 I i
up on what is presumed was at one Cost of Criminal Prosecutions ;

GBACEVILLE.Farmers came in time the shore, or naar by, of Lake against Fire and Theft Constables Sheriff and do deputies.---eoat-bills-eriminal---eases _____, _- 913.69 116.70 I Il

Okeechobee, recently by a citizen of Clerk circuit court do _______ 20.31 t
from every direction Thursday, bring this town, who loaned them to the local J. R. DAVIS & CO. STARKE, FLA County judge do -_____.________ 'x 126.39
ing in their hogs for the big hog sale. ... Justice of the peace do ____ 16.92 i .
After weighing and grading up 450 bank as curiosities. Both the gun Witness fees .------rT---__ ._u-.--_ __ ? 712.00 I
3 the sale and sword evidently had .been submerged Sheriff's commissions on fines collected etc .. 43.96 y f
hogs, weighing 76,000 pounds, Feeding'prisoners :
? -------
of as they are in a fair state of Pay of juror in criminal cases, and 621.82.
started, and Mr. M. P. Matheny county justice of peace Y
JU' Hartford bought them with the best preservation, considering the length of 'I courts -....---____ ____ 106.80 1 ''
4 ContingenciesBalance .____
time. The stock of the gun is in fair ----- --- a84. S 3,068.95
sale net-
bid 14 l-2c pound. The I
g* condition, a chunk or two having de- -- -_.______.._ 1,679.30 '
ted the farmers $9,964.MIAMIFinisso cayed or rotted out and the barrel is'' A. D. ANDREWS Dr. script certified not presented April 1. 1917 ________ 33.25 .!, s-

alniost rusted in two in several places. Palance ......-.._.._*._--._._____.___________ ffl
far as Dade coun- The blade of the sword is badly rusted ('I' scrip certified not presented Sept 30, 1917 ..__________ 1.112.55 40.00 .

ty is concerned, was written early Fri- but the end of the scabbard,which is -- e
Net balance
30 1917 _______ ___
day morning in the Homestead bank of heavy brass, is in perfect state of Warrants outstanding Sept. 30. 1917 ---?___? _______._ 1,672.65
.- robbery of Sept. 14,1916, when Frank preservation, as is also the holt and MERCANTILE CO. -104.10.-
Rice and Hugh Alderman, two of the handle of the sword. On the knob of Depository balance Sept 30, 1917 -------________________ 1.777.25 4r a?+,:

principals, were started on their way the handle, on both sides, is dimly Depository balance April 1, 1917 -__ROAD.__FUND._.- ______
.P to the gate convict camp, where they outlined an eagle and the arrows held Outstanding warrants April 1, 1917 -___---.-- 1.102.85 335.41
:1, have been sentenced to serve the remainder in.his claws. Viet i '
balance April 1. 1917 __ _
natural lives. They n
of their Raiford :-: Florida I Receipts for the Six Montb- 767.44

:: had confessed their part in the crime A CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION. From tax collector auto licenses and taxes _____ 6.015.40 t
last week. From comptroller redemptions and railroad taxes ___ 3047.99 9063.39 Y S

,J -. Did ever think how important it is when Making balance -?-______?.__ 9.830.83Diabuhement. r
When you make a present of The you for tile Six Months i

:" and ST possibly PETERSBURG.a fourth were attacked women Youth's Companion you are giving sot you buy a stove'to buy one that will give you good Superintendence Paid to and county Supervision commissioners for road inspection __.__ 200.10
merely the of wholesome pleasure Coiutruction
last Friday night in this city by a man and satisfactory 'service. We have hand the Cost and of Maintenance material Roads and Bridges-.
.. and fascinating information ev- on _.. ....__ 852.29 j
who adopted the tactics of what is fO Tools and machinery cost and repairs '
Ji known in police circles as "Jack the ery week. The Companion is all that; Alligator Steel Range, which is a beautiful stove Live stock: cost care and feeding __-_?_.__.:__ 657.22 66.25
1. and it is something more. Hundredsof Paid for free labor other than guards! _
; Ripper." None were seriously injur- letters to The Companion speak of the "Lilly Darling which is a large six-round stove; Pay of convict guards --___._-.___ 92879 803.63 s
t' ed, although two of the three known Feeding and care of convicts on roads ______??. 2.571.62
the influence of the paper in binding Payments on account of discharge convicts leased ___
; to have been attacked were cut or the "Lilly Darling"with reservoirs and the Michigan 31.50
home ties. The mothers and fathers Paid to incorporated cities and towns .___. I '
stabbed with knife or some sharp Contingencies __ 1623.34
a __ .
third kicked and the boys and girls in Companion stoves. From this assortmentwe are sure you can '" 8211.89Balance .

.f. instrument, while the was families are very cjose knit in their .*...-.----.....-_..... __
i., in the abdomen.TAMPA. I affections. They have a common interest find just the stove'you: are looking for. scrip certified not presented April 1, 1917*.----- .._. 1,619.90Dr. ; "
'> 'in the same duties and recrea- Everybody has and is the time to Balance ---.---_.--________?____??Y? _____ -1638.04- !! r
his money, now Cr. scrip certified not presented Sept. 30, __ .
-After seeing compan- tions, and they all regard The Com- 1917 ------------_.. 7.50 I '

ion drown when a small boat in which panion as one of themselves. It has I buy,fall and winter supplies. Remember that we Net balance ----------------________ ___ i t
} ", they were in, capsized off beacon 8 atM and character unique Warrants outstanding 1.630.54 j
a personality a ,, -------
I --------- 18.85 ,
buy mainly to suit the farming trade. ;pg
harbor and
the entrance to Tampa and cannot
1 publications,
I among you I Depository balance Sept. 30, 1917 ---___ < ___ ;
clinging to the beacon during most of introduce a more inspiring influence 1649.39
We have just received a carload of flour fresh OUTSTANDING FUND. ,
the night, K. C. Knight, a trucker at into any home circle.It Depository balance April 1, 1917 -----____.... __ I
Bullfrog creek. was picked up by the is not a publication merely-it's a from the mills. Outstanding warrants April 1, 1917 --?.. ___ 7.117.28 767.96 a

launch DeSoto, Saturday morning. P. friend. The Companion alone is $2, Net deficit April 1. 1917 ________
fine Suits in and will ------ _
0:: Hull, whom Knight was taking to but the publishers make an extraordi Our weave Serge are Receipts for the Six Months 6.349.32

Tampa to board a train for the north. nary double Christmas present offer please the most exciting taste.* fc From From tax collector, taxes ---_.:.?_________ 2937.43 x
was drowned, according, to Knight's -The Youth's Companion and Mc- comptroller railroad taxes and tax redemptions ___ 1625.61 4,163.04 ,

story to the crew of the DeSoto, when Call's Magazine together for $2.25. We are selling lots of Furniture, Bedsteads, Interest paid Leaving deficit --------___________ 1,786.28 i er,
s, their small boat was overturned in a This two at one price offer includes: on past due scrip and railroad bonds 716.32

squall. 1. The Youth's Companion issues Springs, Buggy Harness, Wagon Harness, Trunks, Making deficit -----------____ i,502.60 i
Cr. scrip certified not presented Sept. SO, 1917 ___. ? '
; in Satchels, Hand-bags, Plows and other Farming .//5 .;

JASPER.-Citizens rtf Hamilton 2. All remaining 1917 issues of The Net deficit Sept. 30, 1917 ?_-_--__._ ..._..... 2.503.35 -4
Implements, Lard Cans nad Gun Shells. Our custom- Warrants outatandmg Sept. 30, 1917 ..---. _
county met in Jasper last week and petitioned Companion free. a,41s.37Depository

the county commissioners to 3. The Companion Home Calendarfor ers are all pleased with our goods and our prices. balance Sept 30. 1917 --':" -Y? u 915.02 i j I I s

I call a bond election to issue $400,000in 1918. DRAINAGE FUND. I
good road bonds. From this sum 4. McCall's Magazine-12 fashion We have a nice line of Ladies Dress Hats, all Depository balance April 1. 1917 ---.- _. 113.52 '

it roads-one is proposed main to road build 128 through miles the of numbers THE YOUTH'S in 1918. tAll COMPANION for only $2.25. styles of Shoes, all,kinds Sheetings' Outing Flannels, Outatanding Outstanding bonds warrants April April 1, 1917 1, 1917?------_-_._-____ __?__ 12,193.29 382.25 12.575.54Leaving 1 I l. '

county north and south connecting up Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. I Comforts and Blankets. Net Receipts: deficit for April the Six 1. 1917 Months---,-.---------- n.. 12,46202 ;, i v

the state highway with Columbia coun- From tax collector taxes
ty at White Springs-and the balancein MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL.The Our line of Mens' and Women's winter Underwear From comptroller redemptions-?---------------.-. 3,236.20 86.25 8.332.45 .' I

lateral roads. The state and federal is complete.We deficit .. ?__?____ __ I '
governments will also make liberal ap- very Paid commissions to tax collector ?_..______?."' 34.76 9,129.61Paid '
propriations to aid Hamilton county in city council met in regular ses- buy Soaps, Washing Powders and other interest on scrip .--- ___._________. 324.19 358.95 ,

its good road project which will insure sion with all members present. Making net deficit Sept. SO, 1917 --- _______ y
the completion of the last link in the Minutes of last meeting were read such goods in 25-case lots, and give our customersthe Warrants Bonds outstanding SePt. 30. 1917 -_-_?.?- 8.00 9',488.52 j, t
x' outstanding Sept 30 1917 ate
..... __
--- ?
; state highway to the Georgia line. and approved. benefit of the closest prices. ---- 9,458.91 9.466.91 t. r ,
ordered that W. Overdraft I "
motion it Sept
-' Upon was 30. 1917 -.w---?.---?_ ?._ -;_ 21.61 E .
L. Wall be'reimbursed to the amountof We nice five-dollar Silver Set with BOND FUND. I I
NEW SMYRNA. Another relic of a give way a ?
$4 for taxes on personal propertyfor Bonds outstanding April 1, 1917 ----___t__,..__ 'I I
y the early days in this city was, unearthed 1916. every fifty dollars a customer spends with. us. Receipt sand disbursements .---.w_______...... 5,760.00 0000.00 !, !

by workmen excavating to Ordinance regulating speed, etc., of Bonds outstanding Sept. 30, 1917 _. ... __._ _
?? :
make sewer conection with W. P. Shy automobiles referred to the committeeon We sell Mules, Horses, Buggies, Wagons. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.? M-- &.//50.00 k
rock's building in the shape of an an- ?
rules, laws and ordinances.Tax .
cient coffee mill, which has evidently assessor's books for 1917 were We pay the highest prices for Cotton, Chickens, Balance cash in depository all funds tuela ._ 't,
? -
Uncollected -- 8,356.94. .. ,
taxes current .. .
year _
been buried there since Andrew Turn- checked and found to be correct, showing Eggs, and other Produce,acid try to please every- -- ? T -?--- 822.98 I

bull had his big rooming house at the assessment of $548,550.00. Total available uaeta. ? !..-______ __ .
same location. The coffee mill is still Collections for October reported as body that comes to trade with us. We believe wear Warrants Liabilities. -' 9479.92
outstanding for current _
expenses _
in a good state of preservation which Warrants ----- ?? ?? ? ? 169.22
follows: in this for trade'gets better outstanding or other evidences of
succeeding bonds
shows that the manufacturers of those Sale paving brick ______________ 52.20 Qur every given for property or money borrowed the payment except of which is ,5
__________ deferred ----?- _____
early days knew how to make machinery. Taxes for 1916 -__..__ 10.00 Drainage overdraft __ """"""--_ 3.418.37 I "'
_______. 61.25 ?- -- ,
It plainly shows that at had been Fines Paving__assessments___________----J--r___ 46.00 season.A Drainage scrip ---.....--_-JT.J.r..J?"-'" -, .- _.-.Trl,._ r. j. 21.61
bolted to some kind of a support and Licenses -_-_-.-_?.__-?____.__ 270.75 part of everybody's trade 'solicited.. Railroad Drainage! bonds bonds ------___?_ _-,_, .- .-,_--r-Tr-r 9.468.91 8.00 3v t"ii
--- ___..,.. ..
whether was thrown away and later -- --- ? -,_- _. ._--.? 6,760.00/

buried or whether it was left when Total treasurer's-- report was----filed- 440.20The as I i Total -------- ____.__ 18.826.11 .

the Turnbull settlement was brokenup follows Not Value of County Property. + ''
: I reported) e
will never be known.JACKSONVILLE.Major. : General Fund. I !
Oct,1. to amt on hand ?_..._.-<,<__._ 972.82 A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co.
Oct. '11. reed for fines __._ 46.00 .
Freder- Reed for licensee .... 270.75 MARKETING HOGS I did not lose one=they are well and

ick I. Wheeler construction quarter- Reed for 1916 taxes 10.00 The Brick Store beats burying them. Seve Hoover, of growing fast.For sale by D. C. I

master at Camp Johesph E. Johnston Total ______ 1299.01 Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Com- Jones, Starke. Nov. 29162330. 1 ,
____.::..__ 414.23
stated that work is to commence with- By amt paid out .
Florida menced feeding my herd of about 100
in a week on the auxiliary re-mount Oct. 81. to amt on hand _______ 884.84. I hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over You order for printing will receive t'
station, which is to be located north Road aad Bridge Find.
and Oct. 1. to amt on hand _____1161.82 j two months ago. Fifty were sick and the same careful attention if sent by I '
west of the rifle range. 4 Plans Oet.\31. reed for paving brick 62.20 \: =' off feed. Nearby herds had cholera. mail as if given personally.
specifications have already been completed-

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.. I Bradford' County telegraph spell how to.let carry them next exchange year's opinions campaign about to PROF. GREEN APPEALS TO THE ,

a successful issue.

Published Weekly, and entered as see '
Among the many industries the liquor VOTERS

and claw matter'at the, pout-office ,at men claim,.to have been injuredby _

Starke. Florida. .. ,prohibition, we do not remember fl

F Ja Y having seen the hardware trade men- .. -_ ., I i Maine Grown Selected Seed .

: i .' E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner tioned.has done Yet to the the sale damage of corkscrews prohibition and ..,... .. --.'... ti ". ., p ,":" "-'-.' : :o'.';..''.:'..' l SP AULDI G'S 'NO.4 ROSE, EARLY RED B .-r:

t"t H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor or- ':?
I knives with corkscrew attaehment- ,: '' c a, t ,. .1 >.; TRIUMPH IRISH
.. ,
"Kentucky knives"-must be great. # '. '. '" <*?AWe

1 I4: MR. LAGERGREN RESIGNS. But the steel thus saved has been use- -. q -. We are now ready to receive contracts for ]NovezQit.--
.. .,' '
ful for-making rifles and bayonets in a 1 ".. -
: .
After several years of constant ser- the fight against Prussian autocracyand '. -..... _' ;!" !' December and January delivery. .

) {- vice as associate, editor of the Telegraph barbarism. .#, ; J "' 0 W'' .. -.j.. i Write for prices, stating quantity and varietiesM:
; :
$ ..
r Mr. H. E. Lagergren has resigned ." .
Some Starke people who have evi- J." { ;'k ed. Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality i
F his position and will take up ., "
dently learned the fitness of things ..' (..> 4'1; ...
land surveying again. The prosperous '?, .t ? _: GROWN selected seed.
condition of the county and the from Ruskin and Oscar Wilde, are 1:;,:< .,..

; constantly increasing number of real having wounded their from the aesthetic sounds ear emitted drums by .'. ." !t.'i. yp .' ..-.'...;':..;..... are familiar with the condition in Florida and our iced stock 'a I&K&;
t ... estate trar sfers make the prospect in the automobile horns. They theydo J ::wv..J; "-j<. .. .,-.. .''';-,. ed. You should plant Maine grown teed for best result _K-:;
say .
this field of work bright for a man ..t.. .
to noises .f? Write for descriptive seed catalogue .
not object resemblingthose : .
.. : ?
for '
who has already a wide reputation .J. ; :i
given out by bovines at a "cat- .... -.
efficient and conscientious service, and ...,, '
:. ,.
tle funeral" when tfiey are producedby .,N
;P V who can blame our faithful friend and drivers whose is in : '. ;,. .../ LE. MARTIN
appearance : : ,
i associate if he wishes to trade the dust '" -; C0I
t consonance with the sounds, but think '. ; .jl '
t and grime and metal smell of the r- -.
there should be two horns to each .
car. .
Newnan and
of the Corner Bay Jacksonville.
printing office for the perfume .. Fla.T
i y Florida woods? One should i>e melodious and used by !'' i|
lady drivers. Come to think of :; Oldest Established and Largest Seed House
young .' ... in the *
Our best wishes go with him and I .. "" '. .. .. State
it believe the incongruity "
h' we take pleasure in commending him we / OJ- ',. :t
drivers and the horns is sometimes I
to those who have land surveying to be .,
i 1 done as one of the most capable surveyors too striking. ... -$
... .
in Florida and as a man whose 44 -;:
Several large Southern cities, which .
r. splendid integrity is an absolute
guarantee 4 .
the Rr
had passed ordinances for compulsory

H that it will be done right, let thee t "'"
segregation of districts for .
: chips fall where they 1-.
e may.
white and colored inhabitants have z. "
Mr. Lagergren will be succeeded by rI -'.
to grief account of recent
Ii l ;. Mr. G. B. Jordan, of Ozark, Ala., a come on a
decision of the United States supreme -.
: newspaper man of many years exper court, who holds that such laws are ,"'-
,. j'' ience. Mr. Jordan arrived Tuesday *
from Ozark and is spending the week unconstitutional While "jim crow"cars I. 1

l getting acquainted with the town. He prevail, as well as the segregationof
the races at theatres and other .
I public '
will enter upon his duties with the pa- f
I places, it is difficult to understand ]I
next Monday.
t per why town districts not be
; Mr. Lagergren has been with the ,
apart for each race. It is still harderto
Telegraph the greater part of the time

i r for twenty years, and it is pleasing to understand why the colored people H.

, me to know that, although he is engaged should wedge in where they are not
wanted. The of the residence {
history Brooker
in other work, the paper will Florida.
' ,z I If still have his friendship and good will,I I portion of every city having a large :.
/ r as shown by his offer to take subscriptions negro population has been, that as T
soon as a number of negro families :W a
t for it while on his trips about the
county. He is fully authorized to have crowded in there, the whites For the Win- I
move away in disgust, and where signsof .
i transact any business for this office
; I', that our patrons may find convenient cultivation and prosperity were 1 ter I am featuring -

I i to transact with him. formerly seen on every hand, dirt and To the voters of Bradford County: service to my county and to my state.It .

I squalor takes the place. After all, it In this week's issue of the TelegraphI behooves every true American citi- ;

j i: E. S. MATTHEWS. is the greed of real estate owners and am announcing my candidacy for the zen to serve and to serve his best in

I agents which is. to be blamed in the House of Representatives. Althoughit the capacity for which he is best fitted.I '
t : -f THE FARI R'S WORK. matter. has been my ambition for several know and appreciate the man in ells s 1

Ii. : years to represent Bradford county in all walks of like. I have served in sev- ...,
t ______ I 1
. .. ,ti l I I I GET STARTED WITH CATTLE. the legislature, this is my first formal eral capacities and maintain that "ev- .

.. r if A year ago the Telegraph encouraged announcement. In most of the com- ery servant is worthy of his hire." I Women's }

t1; J ; ." our farmers to become "soldiers of munities of the county I am no stran- believe in justice and fairness to all .

r i I the hoe," as the present war was one If You Have the Feed Buy Breeding ger.: I know and I am known.I and special privileges to none. I am .Il' ..
which depended on food for the fight Stock From Texas. was brought up on a small farmat I an unflinching opposer of class legis-

; k M, 11. .. ers, and the side will win which can i I New River Station. I attended our lation. Our school laws should be im. j

f I feed its troops the longest and best. small schools of the neighborhood, often proved upon and school men must do 1 and

The farmers cheerfully enlisted in the Florida farmers who have grown walking three and one-half milesto this. As I am the first teacher to ever j I

.' .. cause and have fought a wonderfully plenty of feed this year and have any do so. At the age of sixteen I pass- offer in Bradford county I hope thatI 1 I !

;. t good battle. They have succeeded be- desire at all to'branch out in livestock ed the teacher's examination and im- may have an opportunity to do this. I

1. yond expectations', and yet against farming by raising beef cattle, should mediately began teaching, which profession Other important matters are: A reformed Children's

a many odds, the principal being unfavorable realize that now is a good time to I have followed ever since. I and revised system of finance

,, .i' seasons, scarcity of labor make the start. Thousands of cattlein worked my way through the Univer- and taxation, free distribution of hog

c and the boll weevil. They have proved Texas must yet be moved, and although sity of Florida, finishing the four cholera serum, free distribution of solutions }

'' I a'fr'. themselves true patriots and business the Texas ranchmen are nit' years' cours in two and oneihalf years | for dipping vats, better control I II CIoIhing

I ; men, and beside the reward that comes giving their young cattle away, it is and graduated without a reprimandor I of marketing, and many others. 1

j.i f t from duty well done, they, have alsoi I I possible through careful buying to t et demerit.In After a 'ew weeks I.will publish my

I 4 the material one of filled store houses | these cattle into Florida at prices 1913, although I had seven opponents platform which will include the above

t =,. I and pockets full of money. Never has i which will result in a profit t. the I was elected messenger of planks and several others. I considerthe I am depending on. this special line to get3.....
i t i. there been so much money in the county -*buyer. the House of Representatives. In 1915 office which I seek as the most and hold trade and I am prepared to make

.: U as now. Old debts are paid, the The movement of these cattle has I[ was unanimously elected assistant I j important and the most honorable of I IJ your vf

I ," If stores are well patronized and articles been undertaken by the U. S. depart- chief clerk and in 1917 my friends, J Jail county offices. I earnestly solicit you attractive offers in everything that goes to."t;

? that have been desired for years but ment of agriculture and the Univer- without solicitation on my part, mademe j!the support of every person who wants :

have been out of reach on 'account of sity of Florida extension division, and chief clerk. I am the youngestman I j honest, impartial, unbiased, conscien- warm and adorn the human individual. You also;;"

I 1. slim purses, are now bought and en- A. P. Spencer, at Gainesville, can. an- to run in this capacity. J am now tious, persistent and efficient represen- w

joyed. swer many inquiries regarding the solicited repeatedly to ask for re-elec- tation in the next House of Represent- find this store headquarters for ? ?d

This has been a year of work without cattle; prices transportation charges, tion as chief clerk, but in this terrible atives.

t. ', ceasing, but we have learned a lesson inspection, regulations, etc. .hour of great strife and need I feel Very truly yours. _

\. f that.could have only been learned Many Florida farmers held back I that I can as a member be of more R. A. (LEX) GREEN. Staple and Fancy 6roceriesr!
; I
i through force of necessity. The mid- early in the season, afraid of sustain-
ing loss They did not care to buy --
farmer he .
dle-aged as jingles the I ,
: animals they had not seen and had no sharing in proportion the cost of getting It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged .
: money in his pockets, asks himself that the said defendants Garfield John- We the highest cash prices for chickens ":
chance to before the cattle into the state.It pay
see delivery. Enoughof ,:
with a sigh, "Why didn't Ii< do this son and H. M. Fleming as executor of Harriet .
". the cattle have been brought into should be remembered by all pros- E. Fairhead.- deceased, do appear to theComplainant's
1 f f sooner? and deplores the years he and all produce. %
I the state that interested farmers pective buyers that these cattle are Bill of Complaint herein on or eggs, country
spent in slipshod, wasteful, unremun- may before the 7th day of January A .D. 1918.
erative work. now know how they will do on Florida not the piney woods breed. They are in default whereof a decree pro eonfesso will Come .and be convinced. f r' ]

:4 a But it is better to mend late than grown feeds, and what the expense of cattle backed by years of improved be entered against the said Garfield Johnsonand see 4.
H. M. Fleming as executor of Harriet <:
It is safe handling them will be. breeding and represent an advance of E. Fairhead. deceased.It .
I never. to say that ne who
i has tasted the sweets of prosperity I! A number of farmers can handle several years of breeding over the na- ; is further ordered that this notice be published We can clothe you from head to' foot fromlone
I.. from two to dozen head of cattle. tive Florida stock. Neither is the in the Bradford County Telegraph a v+
brought by this year's hard work, will a I newspaper published at Starke in Bradford of the largest lines of furnishings that hay lever
ti : never-return to the former happy-go- Such men find they cannot afford the movement designed to supply farmers county Florida once each week for six consecutive

i lucky style of Now that the small shipments. It will further their with feeders. Such a movement would weeks. been in Brooker. At service '1
farming. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto displayed your ; ;
I lesson is learned and the farmers interests to pool their orders through not be profitable. The cattle are to I I set my hand and affixed the t-"il ut"ttr Circuit

t have had an opportunity to take stock Mr.. Spencer,' choose a buyer to go to be brought in are to serve as a foun- Court on this the 13th lay of Novembe-. D.

,'.. i. of 'themselves, they should plan for Texas and pick oul. what is wanted, dation on which to build up better |1917. W. T. WEEKS: .
. another successful campaign. The and divide the shipment on arrival, all herds in the state.It I (SEAL) Clerk. L A.
is that winter weather By R. A. WE5KS.
t': > ; chief problem to solve is to do with possible as 11166t. Deputy Clerk. ,

.. ;I less labor, and the chief need is fer- Pllet Cured IK e to 14 Days develops, the prices asked for these

;; ,1 tilizers. These can to a great extent tots druggist will refund money-H PAZO cattle may decline. Early buyers paid j BILL FOR FORECLOSURE.In ,q.tj

i-t,1'I't'I't t be found on and around the farm. Now OINTMENT ills to cms any case of Itching*. good prices as the result of competi-I Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of :
Piles in6tol4 FLORIDA. "
Bllnd.JleediarorProtrudlulf <
/i while the farmers have a breathing The first application fives Ease and Best ays SOc tive bidding. Now that the j Florida. Bradford County. .
+.: ,i the stock is over, certain of the Texas j James H. Millican '

1II jr. !' ranchmen may consider the sale of desirable -, F. E. Phillips.VI W. E. Phillips his

: cattle in large lots ,at lower wife: and W. A. Mays.
a.C Bill for Foreclosure.
prices. "
C Notice to Appear. R
i The State of Florida to F. E. Phillips and

I: : Does This Hit You? a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .1' W.It E.having Phillips been his shown wife,by Greeting affidavit: that the

+ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. defendants F. E. Phillips and W. E. Phillips
: ji. + i his wife are non-residents of the State of Weaver
.,\ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Florida: and that the residence of said defendants DnigCoJ
FOR REPRESENTATIVE is unknown other than they are
residents of the United States of America and
I candidate
am a for membership in the
t there is no in the State of Florida the
'I' You are face to face with the fact that sooner House of Representatives and hereby announce I service of subpoena person upon would bind the said -.:
my candidacy in Group 1 in the
coming pri- defendants, and that said defendants
J later mary. I feel that I know the needs of our are over
I or you'll repair or build. the age of twenty-one years.It
county and state in a legislative way and havn is therefore ordered, considered and ad-
: I gbeen chief clerk of the House for the session 1
judged that the said
defendants F. E. Phillipsand The
of 1917. I Store
am familiar with the proceedings -
W. E. Philips his wife, do apiwar to theComplainant's ,
of said body. I solicit the
support of all .
Bill of Complaint h"- ,
democratic 11! on or {"
voters and. if elected, promise before the 7th day of *$
January A. D. 1913. in -
.. ro. faithful and efficient services.
: default whereof a decree pro eonfesso wi.l be
; If it's is the time entered-against the said F. E. Phil'ips aid W.
repairsRi fff4ii f + + E. Phillips his wife.
Ight f + f + Raiford Fla.
;' to IMOWmost econ- I + LEGAL NOTICES 4 It is in further the Bradford ordered that County this notice Telegraph be published a- iii

H omically. If it's a new building it will + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford ,
certainly BILL FOR FORECLOSURE. county Florida once each week for sis con-

i a cost no less later on, while the chances Florida.In Circuit Bradford Court County.Rth Judicial Circuit of secutive IN WITNESS weeks. WHEREOF I have hereunto .

:\ The American Trust let my hand and affixed the val of our Circuit The House of
Company i
i .are, it will cost more. corporation administrator of the a Court on this the 13th day of N<.vjioer. .\. D.

"I I It' estate of G. F. Markillie de 1917. PURE DRUGS.COURTEOUS ;F.
r ar << W- T. WEEKS
I li
W. S. Parker. Della Parker his By R. A. WEEKS.
i ;.1:. wife, Garfield Johnson and H. M. (I -16-61.. Deputy Clerk. AND LET LIVE
l Fleming as executor of Harriet PRICES.'t
We are prepared to quote you the lowest pos E. Fairhead, deceased, et also NOTICE.
Bill for Foreclosure. I The undersigned will apply to the Board of -
r. sible prices from a good assorted stock of Building Notice to Appear. Pardons at its next meeting for a pardon restoring PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDELtWeaver' "!&
'" The State of Florida to Garfield Johnsonand him to the rights of citizenship hav.
} : I. material. H. M. Fleming as executor of Harriet E. ing been convicted of the larceny of eattle at -
Faircloth. deceased Greeting: the fall term of the Circuit Court 1906 in !
d I It having been shown by affidavit that the Bradford County Florida and having been '
04 4 defendants Garfield Johnson and H. M. Fleming granted a conditional 13
I as executor of Harriet E. Fairhead de- 1908. SAMBO RIFFISebntaltNOTICE.
ceased are non-residents of the state of FlorIda Drug Co.
( i and that the residence of said defendant .
1 as : Garfield Johnson of the city The undersigned win
.apply to the Board
of Atlanta. of
'7i H. M. Fleming Georgia, as executor General of Delivery and Pardons at its next meeting for a pardon restoring J JI
.Happy Home.BailJ.,, Fairhead. deceased, of San Diego Harriet California E. the him to the rights of eitisenship. from POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
crime of
shooting into
a dwelling
r General Delivery, and that said defendant I in the
STARKE FLA are over the of night time, which he was convicted of
age twenty-one ,
years at the fall term
of the Circuit
k there is Court. 1916 Raiford
no person In the state of Florida the of Bradford Florida.'i"
county Florida and Kranted
service of subpoena was .
0. upon whom would bind I a conditional pardon in September. ,
9 the said above named defendants. 1916.
.d 1* BOB CU WFORD. I I I _



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-N. W. C. T. U. ECHO .MEETING. ville Wednesday. from school. For further informa- buildings, irrigating plant, one mule i x1r

Charley Manire returned to Mac- tion write A. !J. Griffis, Brooker, or and farm implements, 43 head of r.

f clenny Monday, after spending two see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for cattle, 20 hogs. Will sell at a sac- x
Next : afternoon at 3 o'clockat
?14a. oELocai Monday weeks' vacation with his mother here.J. directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf rifice, part cash, balance on time. '
the Methodist church, the W. C. T.
Bits E. Byrd, of Raiford, spent a partof Am 78 years old and must sell one
U. will hold echo meeting. The del-
kz an the week here in the interest of the FOR SALE-Farm of 176 acres, 35 of the best stock farms in Florida. t
egates who attended the state conven-
Columbian Woodmen. acres in cultivation, good land, near- 10 miles from Starke, between
tion last week at Lakeland, will make
: Information JL their reports. A cordial invitation is 0. Haynes has moved his family to ly all stumped, 50 budded pecan Brooklyn and Theressa, near two t
extended. the S. R. .Johns residence near the ho- trees beginning to bear, 150 peach lakes. Inquire of C. A. Youngblood, t

tel, and L. G. Johns who has occupiedthe trees, a _nice 5-room house and out Theressa, Fla. ;
e"'JJ' Omr Ttufl.. ...m..u .
V -BAPTIST residence, has moved his family to
FNI" '* CMMST eM Tf.... \ .
ri I1 II CHURCH.The the farm vacated by Mr. Haynes. .* -

Mrs. Clara Sasser, of Valdosta, was 01 ClO' XOE30I IOE30I ionoi .0eoO
church will begin "special meet- the guest of her mar friends here D r,1 ,
r o
the of this month under during the week. ;
ings" on 25th .
+ L. C. Powell was a" visitor to Jack- Austin Winkler left Tuesday to ac-I 0 i LT
A regular convention of the Wood-
the of
leadership Evangelist Roy "
in Jacksonville. When buying that t
Thursday. cept a position thinking of
sonville Palmer of the Home Board. Further men of the World will be held in the you are
industrious and
tin is clever and boy
1 notice will be given in next week's is- Masonic hall this evening, beginning
in has the well wishes of alL gfi.
B. Hull had business Jacksonville -
... sue. W. G. LAW, promptly at 7 o'clock. The initiation
*? Tuesday. Pastor. ceremony of introduction will be exemplified NEW HAT e Ltk
Ford and curtains complete o
tops ,
on real live thinking ( ?)
} A. F. Murrhee.of McCall, visited $9.50. M. Leviton. Starke. candidates. 0 n "* **i>l

.; relatives in Starke Sunday. METHODIST CHURCH. The public is invited to attend aMother's D 0Don't L
:Mr. and Mrs. H. F. of Lake O
Stanley, Meeting at the school build- t forget 'x
Arrow collars at Sternberg's. Butler, were in Starke Friday, Mr. Next Sunday Rev. I. C. Jenkins, of ing this afternoon at 2:30: when the

of Stanley coming on business connected Jacksonville, presiding elder of this following program will be rendered:
m The vegetable gardens of this section with the Lake Butler Ice and Cold district, will be in Starke for the last Song. tfI I

(? look exceptionally well. Storage Plant. time this conference year. Mr. Jenkins Bible reading, 92nd PsalmMissAda KNIGHT'S MILLINERY

will preach and hold quarterly con- Nimmo. o
"' Don't forget the Christmas boxes Before sending your order to a mail ference, and a cordial invitation is extended Prayer-Prof. C. C. Hobbs. fj Q

{ for Tuesday, November 13th. order house, see Sternberg.Mr. to the public in general to come Rally Song, "The White Ribbon"g Women and Children o I '
and hear this popular and interesting Welcome Address-Prof. Hobbs. Outfitters to I
: Irish and sweet potatoes and sugar W. N. Murdaugh is having his minister.IS Reading-Mrs. A. A .Futch. i E*
are shipped from Starke daily. bungalow decorated with coats of
; cane Address, "How Can We Best Inter-
white which adds much to STARKE FLA.
paint, very ,
est our Mothers in the Welfare of Our
Sale on girls' aM little girls' hats the appearance of the comfortablehome. YOUR LIFE INSURED? Children and Keep Them SoMrs.F. r t

Y aa Stump's. I represent the oldest companyin A. Scott, followed by others. 0 0=0oce. IOE3OI '0=0- 'OCCI o .v
America-The Mutual Life Discussions and talks, by anyone -
Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at Leave your gifts of money or otherwise present. i e: .
;'d the Cash Department Store. at J. W. White's or A. M. Darby's of New York. Song. I

.f.. store Jos. E. Wilson Starke Florida. Benediction.
.1. ,
Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent Saturday Our. High School is progressing
: and Sunday in Lake Butler, the Mr. Geo. R. Burton, of Talladega, nicely and the records show the following "
;: guests of relatives. Ala., was a. visitor last week at the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. honor roll for October:
home of Mr. :Mrs. B. .
and W. Young.Mr. -
First Grade-Leslie Futch,
r' Syrup cans in any quantity at : Burton and :Mr. Young are old The services next Sunday will be especially Boyles. KRESS t ,
Starke Hardware Co. friends and the visit was a very happy in the interest of the Sunday Second Grade-Amanda Varnes,

occasion. sch pl. Our state Sunday school superintendent Atta t Robinson, Edgar King, G. W.
;; Prof. A. C. Crews has -moved from I Rev. Green will be withus Hicks and Reba Maxwell.
'T Graham to Starke and will assist Tax Sale on ladies' hats at Stump's. at the Sunday school hour; also Third Grade-George Terrell.

e, Collector B. M. Dowling in his office. I Rev. Green will speak at both morn- Fifth Grade-Lettie Johns, Linnie '
Mail Order Store at
Saturday evening Mrs. D. C. Jones ing and evening preaching hours. Robinson, Roosevelt Hall. L

$ Messrs. J. S. Starling and Enoch I and Mr. Morgan Darby accompaniedMr. Rev. Green is a specialist in Sunday Sixth Grade-Gerald Middleton, Oscar :

f Griffis were'Lawtey visitors to Starke' Bob Gray, of Gainesville, on a school work and will no doubt bring a i I Hall, Eliza Robinson and Alta Augusta Ga. :: j)
& Tuesday. trip to Daytona, where they visited fine message to us. It is hoped every Hall. ,

Misses Susie and Emma Darby. The member and friend of the church Will In the principal's department: Offers this bigRAINCOAT a
.J FOR SALE-One Ford 'touring car. party made the trip in Mr. Gray's car. plan to be at all the services next Sun- James Studstill, Lynn Hall, Dennis '

F 1* R. Kalch, Hampton. Fla. ll-16-2t day. A cordial invitation is extendedto Brannen, Nathan Hall, Seba Rowe,
Bargains arrive each day at Stump's the public. Nellie O'Keefe, Mabel Seals, Wilma
"' lion. P. L. Gaskins, of Jacksonville, store. J. S. STEVENSON, Alexander and Ethel Hunt. t-

spent the week-end here with rela- Pastor. .
tives. The ladies of the Presbyterian .
,o .
church are making elaborate plans for ELARBEE.Quite t
Nothing will add much to the Bargain. big $ i'
Several carloads of cross ties have their bazaar to be held on the 27th so(

been shipped this week by the Young inst. A delicious lunch will be served looks Woolsey's of your Semi-Pastthe house as paint.best Try and it. I. a number of the Elarbee citi- saving in this woe'\
and useful and fancy articles
? Trading Co. many zens were seen in Raiford Saturday
*'* will'be on sale.Remember cheapest-quality Lumber & Supply Company.considered. Quigley attending to business matters. Amongthe man's fine Rain IVU 1 '

'jfr See the men's suits at Stump's. number were Messrs. H. H. MarrisJ. I
the date-not later than --.-- Delivered t
M. Futch, D. D. Stokes, William coat. Now only.I .:....... I .
-3 The stores i Starke are replete Tuesday, Nov. 13th-for your Xmas STARKE GLEE CLUB. Padgett, Wiley Groves, C. L. Scaff, t to Your i I .

wfth goods to accommodate the anticipated .-.. gift for our boys. Bert Register and Mrs. William Pad i Home '

heavy winter trade. Our Glee Club young men will give i
Mrs. T. Sr. last weekin gett.The
J. Wills, spent their first concert in the interest of the Elarbee school is progressing I of Honey-Suing Power
3. A. Clark, of Baldwin, was in this Starke with her mother, Mrs. A. F. Bradford County High School on No- along nicely with a good attendance.Mr. Example val I '
section last week to buy hogs. Saturday Brockmeyer, who was very ill with E5SO.%One of the biggest ;. j
vember 22nd, at the'school auditorium. J. M. Futch filled his regular ', is this Woman's
:: he shipped to Baldwin five head lagrippe. Rev. J. D. Brockmeyer, of Pictures will appear later in the win- appointment at White Springs last I ues Raincoat ever offered of Tweed Mixture with -

a of fine Chester white hogs. DeLand, also came up to the bedsideof dows of stores and offices-these will Saturday night and Sunday. I ,' rubberized inner surface. A splendid !I k
"'\ his mother. represent home talent in workmanshipand Mrs. Johnnie Green spent the weekend I waterproof coat that la rain- '1 -
\ Beautiful coats,'and coat suits atSternberg's. subjects. with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Futch. resisting, and heavy enoughfor I
I Warner rustproof corsets are guaranteed cold weather wear? '
r* at Sternberg's. Everybody will want to hear and Prof. J. M. Groover, of Guiford, was Collar can be worn open or but- '
.; see the boys, and at five cents every- the guest of Miss Maud Futch last toned close to the neck. Two law .
:: T. R. Sweat, the Jacksonville tie I 1 pocketa with pointed flip! on either -
: body can.President Saturday.
Mrs. Josephine Anders Pitts show ( ltd*and wUadetacbabl belt,fastening -
.i.buyer, was in Starke on business and the 1 of club, Wilbur Scott. Quite a crowd of folks met at the in runt with two lane brown ;
ed Telegraph portrait
a reporter
', to visit relatives the latter part of last button.. Deep roll sums are atroar-
ofher son, Sergeant Owen J. Anders, I ViceTresident, Gus Beasley. home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Stokes b sewed and cemented. Five buttons .
week. of the 306th Trench Mortar Battery, Secretary, Albert Dubose. last Friday night and held an inter- trimmed in front.with alnfle Pointed button.cuffs also Cot

d' 156th Artillery Brigade, U. S. National Collector, Jim Kickliter. esting prayer meeting. Services will toll and roomy and can be worn over
'" '"Come across," says the Americanboy : I Il Army The picture represents him Treasurers, Herschel Crosby and be held at Mr. William Padgett's next iuitif desired.will A.ty1i bawl unlimited Praetkalooat -
that give
in France-so does the Bradford in full uniform and gives a good im Pitt Tomlinson. Friday night Everybody cordially wear. Comas In eiza Mto44t>uat. .
,c County Red Cross-with your "Xmas pression.The Members of this order are Charles invited to attend. in rrey mature only. State liEe

"t." 'Cheer. Boxes." Powell, Allan Canova, Harold Wall, Misses Maud and Rosie Futch, accompanied wanted.Price.. .;..rb.$3.98SHIPPIriG
"::4. school children have contributed John Powell, Hollis Knight, Telfair by Mr. C. L. Scaff, attended WEIGHT 4'S LBS. ;
:< ? Miss .Gladys Prescott, of Sampson generously te the Xmas boxes. Long, Charles Beasley, Raiford Epperson preaching services at Pine Grove Entire refunded guarantied +
-f'' City, spent two days of last week wither Why not you?' Clifford Tatum, Horace Wilson, church last Sunday. or your monty

;;:' sister, Mrs. J. W. Edwards, .of Ralph Alvarez, Levy Alvarez, Rufus Send for "The Book I i

c: Starke.. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and Tatum, Carr Colley and B. D. Law, NOTICE TO PENSIONERS.For of a Thousand I
children were called to Dasher, Ga., director. Bargains" '

;j. Mrs. S. T. Dell and little son, of last week on account of the death of The orchestra n at present is composed the convenience of pensionerswe IT'S FREE 1 .. '
: Gainesville, arrived.Thursday to spend Dr. Tomlinson's father. They were of the following members: Blan- have secured the appointment of I f

,); a few'days with her father, CoL W. T. accompanied home Saturday lay his chard Law, Albert Dubose, Mrs. Hess, Mr. T..H. Halligan, our cashier, as a It of contains unusual bargains page after In page wo- 4 .'

$.'. Weeks. mother and sister.Mrs. J. P. Tbmlin- Mrs. Lundy, Anna Canova, Doris Law, notary public. He will be glad' to mews coats, waists, skirts, <
... son, Sr., and Mrs. Fender and children, Harry Canova, Hollis Knight, C. C. take the acknowledgment to your shoes, millinery, etc.; also 1S
Special sale going on at the Cash who will be their guests for the week. Tatum, Pitt Tomlinson, Thomas Lim- vouchers, and you are cordially invited much that men and children
Department Store. baucrh. to call and make use of his ser- will need for winter. Kress i- i
Beautiful new hats for ladies and Everybody plan to attend. vices. BANK OF STARKE.CLASSIFIEDD. prices are always lowest,
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children are children at Stump's.Mr. .- owing to our tremendous
spending the week in Gainesville with purchasing power. All who (

Mrs. Adkins' mother, Mrs. M. E. Ed- and Mrs. S. J. Prescott, Gladysand CALOMEL DYNAMITESA want will to practice find out true"Book economy of s:

wards. Guy Prescott, Mrs. J. W. Edwardsand SLUGGISH LIVER a Thousand Bargains" a -. '
,<. baby, Joe, Jr., left Tuesday for true road to money saving. 'F
Nice line of boys' suits at Stump's. I Brunswick Ga., where they ,will visit Crashes Into Sour Bile, making Write for it.
i Mrs. E. T. King. Before returning FOR RENT-6 room cottage next : '
'. Rawson Davis came down from home they will visit Savannah, Ga., You Sick and You Losea door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.J. I.

.; Jacksonville Sunday to spend the day I and other points of interest. The trip Day's Work. W. Andrews & Son. 97tf. JRCAIK oj

'; with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. was made by automobile. : .
o. Davis. Calomel salivates! It's mercury FOUND-Red Duroc boar, unmarked. / .' I'I. ,-
Fifty pound lard cans, sausage mills Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug- Owner can have same by paying r N }I

Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. and butcher. knives at Starke Hard- gish liver. When calomel comes into expenses. L. V. Moore} Starke. !

Brymer's fish market, phone 109. ware Co.Fakers. contact with sour bile it crashes intoit ; .
causing cramping and nausea.If I FOR SALE-160 acres of land, about .I 1 -e

Mrs. George C. Looney left last FrL are coming to Starke thick you feel bilious, headachy, con- 70 in cultivation and under good iif
; day for Atlanta, where :she has accept- and fast. Their "line of endeavor"this stipated and all knocked out, just go fence. Cheap for cash. S. B. Wood- I
ed to for to your druggist and get a 50 cent ard, Theressa, Fla. II
": a position in one of the public year is mostly beg money
schools of that city. some charity, especially in connectionwith bottle of Dodsen's Liver Tone, whichis I II
the soldiers. Those who wish to a harmless vegetable substitute for LOST-5 head of goats, marked crop !hI e eiI'I

Every section of Bradford county is help any kind of charity will find per- .dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and underbit in one ear, swallow l \w/ I.
urged to respond to the Red CrossChapter's sons in Starke authorized to receive I and if it doesn't start your liver and fork and underbit in the other. Re-

call for boxes for our sol- money for such purposes, and the fa- straighten you up better and quicker ward for information by J. G. CrewsR. I' r
diers. *f kers should be given the cold shoulder. than nasty calomel and without mak- No. 3, Lake ButPr.LOSTMemorandum / t s; t

ing you sick, you just go back and get Kr fls' Mall Order Store 9

Mabel Mason end Harry Newcomb Big line of ginghams and cheviotsat your money.If book, containingRed Augusta, Ga.
have recently returned to Starke from Sternberg's.F. you take calomel today you'll be.. Cross matters, on east side of Th'a entire largt baMng devoted to tht prompt hanJSng i "

... New York, and have entered the sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides North Walnut street. Reward for of your Mail OrdtrtKRESS' k,
Bradford County High School. F. Stump returned home Friday it may salivate you, while if you take return by Mrs. H. C. Richard, MAIL ORDER STORES =
-- from New York, where he bought an Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up Starke.

Our fine weave blue serge suits are immense stock of dry goods, shoes, feeling great, full of ambition and AUGUSTA GA. .
: how arriving for the Christmas trade. hats, clothing for men, women and ready for work or play. It's harmless, FOR SALE-20 acre farm, 2% miles -
1 A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co., Raiford children and house furnishings. Mr. pleasant and safe to give to children; from Starke on Kingsley road; all I
4 Fla.| Stump does business on a large scale they like it. (13-4%) well fenced and under cultivation;
l and has stores in Starke, Lake But- two-story dwelling, good barn, 90-
Mr. elsewhere. heavy buyer foot well; near school. For termssee I t'f
and Mrs. H. T. Whitehead and ler and Being a HAMPTON. .
sons, William and Monroe, of Jack- and paying spot cash, he gets the S. L. Alvarez. 1116tf. ,
j Bonville spent Sunday with Mr. and best prices in the market and can sell -
Mrs. W.?A. Colley. low. New goods are drriving at his Rev. W. A. H. Hobbs and family, of FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre GeneralInsurance
stores daily. Miami, motored to Hampton last week farm 2% miles east of Starke, 14 .

W. L. Douglass shoes at Sternberg's where they were the guests of Rev. acres in cultivation, :good: house and

The School and Civic Club held its John Mullady. barn, good location for stock range, .

Col. and Mrs. D. E. children regular monthly business meeting last Seigler Alderman, of Melrose, wasa in center of strawberry section. For j jI
: Knight and -
.e', and Mrs. Knight's mother, Mrs. I Wednesday afternoon at the residenceof pleasant visitor here Sunday even- particulars address C. A. Johi.son, JOS. E. WILSON I! .
Fla. 10-5-tf.
Station No. 3
Gary, .
J. A. Langford, motored to Watertownand Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. At this meet- ing.J..
Lake City and spent the week-end ing-it was decided not to hold a meet- W. Nimmo, of Miami, is the guestof SUCCESSOR TO
FOR SALE-The place belonging to 1
with relatives, returning home Mon- ing in December, as so many of the his mother, Mrs. J. W. Nimmo.Dr. the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains H. C. RICHARD '
Tomlinson of Starke, was a
tflay.e members were busy with Red Cross j
and church work, but to meet in January pleasant visitor here Monday. 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence. Florida. '
the Elzey Keene, of Miami, is the guestof Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one Starke
: We sell lumber to build houses andY and start work in earnest for ,
barn. Located 1% miles from'Starke I
then plans of which will be an- his brother, J. C. Keene.
wood to hat them. Quigley Lumber new year mile
;u motored to Jackson- one-half mile from one -
Dr. Middleton i
: & Supply Co. 11 nounced later. g



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F, 4 f q.I Bradford County Farms and Farmers ]

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\iir'. '1:' sI 9n 1.J 9 J p0 0000000t SAVE GOOD YEARLING HENS. MORE PORK. I H REPORT OF LICENSES r

; ; > COUNTY o Sows Must Be Bred at This Time to
Desirable to Keep Them in Order to
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f' Insure Adequate Meat Supply.
s1.,. 0000000000000000Citrus Increase Poultry and l Egg Supply. A Report of license issued for the Town of Starke by the Tax Collector ,
<8> <8> beginning: on the first day of October A. D. 1916. and on the for vending '

f i !r ; County.-The people in this Among farmers generally it is the To win the war we need more meat. her, A. D. 1917. 30th day.of ___

l : ;f .. county are giving more attention tot common practice to sell the hens that To get an increased meat supply R T. Whom For Whit Period of Licenae ',)0;
must be increased Granted ParpoteFroDl When ,
home gardens than ever before. old for poultry when quickly hog breeding T. When
are past a year "hi
in the Jail. Under materially throughout the country 1 Seaboard Air Line Railway -Rail wa Oct 1. 1916 Oet 1. 1917 ,..... .
they stop laying ;;
'fJI" and in certain states an increase of HARDWARE 2 Standard Oil Co ____IlIummating Oil Get 1. 1916 Oe 1. 1917 U I
t.t. Polk County-One corn club boy the usual conditions this is good poli- I 3 Standard Oil Co. -- __Gasoline Oct 1. 1916 Oct I, -lUI

h ; reports a yield of 102.12 bushels of cy, for as a rule only about half of I. from 25 to 50 per cent in the number 4 A. V. Long ______._._Lawyer Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. U17 1917 ...

of hogs is recommended by the United 5 E. M. Johns ____________-Lawyer Oct I, 1916 Oct 1. 1917' ,tit
r .1; corn on one acre of land. the flock will lay well enough the second States Department of Agriculture.The W 6 D. E. Knight _______Lawyer Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917 ,.....

year to be profitable, and the 7 Joe Hill Williams ______.Lawyer Oct 1. 1916 Oct1. 1911- -.Ut
situation is of great importance.We ___________ _
1 f' farmer who has pullets'enough to replace 8 A. S. Crews Lawyer Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 ,lOt
r Alachua County. Another farmers' must have plenty of meat for our 9 A. Z. Adkins ________..Lawyer Oct; 1. 1916 Oct 1917' UI
all his old hens sees no advantage ADeWitt _______________
union has been organized in this coun the 10 J. C. Poppell Lawyer Oct 1. 1916 Oct ''-- lie
the armies of Allies in 1. 1917
.in keeping any of-them over. 11 J. E. Futc __________________Lawyer Oct I, 1916 Oat _
ty, making seven in all that have been the field, and sufficient meat for our civilian 12 J. h. Tomlinson ___________PhJllclan Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1911-w"1917 _!!

k. t 1 organized recently. This year however those patriotic population and the civilian pop- 13 E. T. Campbell _____._____PhJlcian! Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1.1. 1917 '' -',I-
: ( farmers who desire\ do their part to R 14 A. H. Freeman ________PhJlcan! Ott 1. 1916 Oct. I 19171N
. ; ---- and supplieswill ulation of the Allies at home. 16 J. C. Willi _________________Physician Oct 1. 1916 Oct. ,
:I pig club boys increase the poultry egg To have this meat, breeding animals 16 J. O. Haynes ----____________Dentist Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 1917-t"
' Nassau County.-The 1.
r find it desirable to retain a considerable 17 O. 1. Haynes ____________Dentist Oct. 1. 1916 Oct ::
' are doing well with their pigs. The proportion of the yearlinghens. must reproduce themselves so the offspring E 18 Southern Express Co. _____ExPretll Co. Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1.1. 1917 a -
pigs are making an average daily gain will be available for slaughterin 19 A. M. Darby --------Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oe 1. 1917 ,- J::
; in the belt
j Farmers espeo
corn 20 Johns Furniture Co. ________Merchant
1. 1916 Oct
the .
.f'\-:, II of one pound at an average cost of ially will find it to their interest to future. 21 Starke Hardware Co. ________Merdlant Oct I, 1916 Ott 1.1. 1917 1917 ,, t:
I increased than C. Jones ..
five cents Hogs can be quicker 22 Bradford County Abstract Co. Abstractors
f a pound. hold all the good yearling hens they Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 :
;.o \ other kind of live stock. 23 J. M. Mitchell _____Merchant Oct 1, 1916 Ott ;
any 1. 1917
'r \ ---- have making such addition to their 24 J. C. Manning __ ______Merchant Oct. I, 1916 Oct
: Therefore a larger number of sows Starke Florida' 25 H. C. Waters ________Merehant Oct 1. 1917 l:
Levy County.-This county is persuaded poultry house equipment as may be 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 -
; ., must be bred now than in recent years. 26 J. W. Morgan _________Merchant Oct I, 1916 Oct 1. 1917 ta
that tick eradication is neces necessary to properly accommodateboth 27 D. C. Jones ________Merchant Oet 1. 1916 Oct 1. .,tie

1 sary to its best interests. One vat is pullets and hens. Overcrowdingmust 211 Bradord Co. Bank ___________Banktra Oct 1. 19HI Oct 1. 1917 1917 .
H 29 Bank of Starke ___________Baakerp Oct. -,,, Uc
1. 1916 Oct -
: complete and several more are being be avoided, as pullets nor I 311 J. W. White &: Son _________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 '.''''

t I constructed. hens will do their best. 31 C. P. Cuon ________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1.1. 1917 1917-. =' :121

In selecting hens to keep over, pref_ 1 32 J. M. Alvarez ----- ____ Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. -a.a
I 83 Mrs. H. C. Richard ___.r______Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct.. 1917-=r N
1 1.
x. Hillsborough County.-One of the erence should be given to those that 1 1 11D 34 C. 1. Peek &: Son __!____Real Estate! Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 1917 .- US

molt in September or Jater, for they 35 G. H. Bennett ___.-______Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct I, 1917 ....
t boys in the pig club work lost his first I t 36 L. D. Register ____________-.Merebant Oct 1. 1918 Oct I, -'1JI
i! pig. He bought another and now has are-as a rule-the most persistent D 37 C. A. Mxon -________________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1917.- -= 'J.a
S\ and three layers. Such hens may not be at this before Seeds 311 W. G. Brookl __________-_Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917.--_? ,1J
I both pigs paid for and a sow buy : 1917---=
time the best looking in the flock. I you 39 J. F. KicklilAr! __________Merchant Oct I, 1916 Oct 1. 1917__ _,, .I.U
I nice pigs left. 40 N. SlAmberg! _______...Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct I, 1917___? La
to be rough in plum-
They are likely
e'o 41 F. F. Stump ----------------.Merchant Oct 1; 1916 Oct. 1. 1911--, tn
< t age with somewhat shriveled combs 42 N. B. Hull ___________Merehant Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. IJi

'"s] i ... Lee County.-The first two carloads and pale discolored legs. These things 43 W. M. Bryan __________________Bakery Oct 1, 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.--1917 .__._ _. tie
.. 111
44 H. G. Mason __________Merthant Oct 1. 1916 Oct --
i of grapefruit that left the county this however, are merely incidental to the \ It will save you money and] 45 Charlie Tom ________Laundl'J Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1.1. 1917 1917 'U

j I season netted the grower $5.Q6 f. o. b. non-laying and molting period. trouble. Gives description and 46 B. B. HOllBOn ____Movinl Pictures Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917.......... ... .ue...
47 U. D. Miner ____________Merchant
: One sold the fruit from hisS 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917.
I grower Hens that in prime condi- all seeds IJI
appear fulUnfonnation on for. 48 City BarberShop __2 barber chain Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917
17-acre grove for $12,000 cash net. tion at this time are those that moltedin SG planting. Our stocks are com 49 S. L. Alvarez -____--2 barber chaira Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 lie
60' __ __:_ tot
Starke Cigar Co. _. _.Mfg Cigars Oct I. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917
the summer because they stopped plete, assuring prompt shipmentMartin's 61 A. L. Alvarez _______._...Market Oct I, 1916 Oct 1. U e!

1; t Seminole County.-A lull crop ?ff. laying early. The.exceptions which it 52 Owen Gardiner _____________Market Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917'1911--. 1.1I

*. celery and lettuce will be grown in may be desirable to retain are hens m" 53 Mrs. C. A. Rowand _________Restaurant Oct 1. 1916 Oct I, 1917_ U
I Hy-Test 64 Quigley Lumber Co. _______-Merchant Oct 1. 1918 Oct. 1. 1917---
e. ._ i this county this season. Labor and : which reared broods in early summer 65 Quigley Lumber Co. ___Lumber Dealer Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917--. .
', f. : fertilizers are high and good prices 'and molted while running with the Southern Seeds 66 A. J. McKinney _______Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917. : ':'"
67 Hoover Bros. ________Pbot graphera Oct 1. 1916 Oct I, 1917 -
t for the produce will be necessity: chicks. --- IJt
a 58 J. W. Andrews &: Son _---.Livery Oct 1. 1916 Oct I, 1917

,, 5_ Carefully grown, closely selected, always 59 Fireproof Garage ______Garage Oct. I, 1916 Oct. 1. 1917 JU4
---- dependable. Full assortment gar 60 Ford Garage ---_________________ Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.--.6 UI
St. Lucie l.ounty.-A: of the COTTON GINNED PRIOR TO OCT- and 61 Starke Telephone Co. ___Tel. Exchange Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917 '
den and Strawberry vegetable 1U1
i 62 Harry Baumstein _________Merchant
18 CROPS OF All AND 1916. Ort. 1. 1916 Oct 1.
sweet potato root weevil situation conducted plants also a specialty. Write 63 Sam Rosenberg --------------Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1.1917 1917-.l

'al so far reveals the fact that this today for our new fall catalog. 64 R. W. MiIIl ---______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_______ e
Director Sam L. Rogers of the bu- 65 J. W. Edwards ___________Market Oct I, 1916 Oct' I, 1917 :
i. 'pest is found in the majority of sweet 'U
66 Blue Poster Adv. Co. _____ _Bill Boards
1916 Ott
,,, I i' potato plots in and around the city of reau of the Census, department of L A. Martin Seed Co. 67 W. E. Snell -_________-_.Merchant Oct 1.1. 1916 Oct. 1.1, 1917 1917.--- 114 U1
[ commerce the 68 R. M. Ellerson
announces preliminary ------------Merchant
r Ft. Pierce. : Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 1Jt
report of cotton ginned by counties in Jacksonville Florida 69 Raymond JackseonMerchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.- .fit
'i0 Richard
: Reynolds _______
I ---- Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917
Florida, for the crops of 1917 and 1916 i 'i1 Gt W. Snellgrove __-Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917.- :.U

!, Levy County-Several farmers have The report was made public for the : 'i2 Young Trading Co. _________Merchant Oct. I, 1916 Oat 1. 1917_ 1.14
built special cribs so that they may 73 G. M. Si trunk ---___________Merchant Oct I. 1916 Oct 1. 1917: ,Ltl
state at 10 October lJI
m. on Thursday -
a. ,
t treat their corn against weevils. Oneor 'i4'i5 Fireman Fund Ins. Co. __.A.Insurance Oct I, 1916 Oct. I, 1917.---._ UI
24, 1917.Quantities. Fire and Marine Co. Insurance Ott 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917
< two sweet potato storage houses 76 Scottish Union and Nat'l Co. _Insurance ''Ui
ih bales Ott 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 ,
are about ready to receive the crop. are running + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + BILL FOR DIVORCE. 77 Royal In9. Co ------.____---.Insurance Ott 1. 1916 Oet. 1 1917. 'U
half Lintersare In Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit of tlJl
i ,' counting round as bales. + LEGAL NOTICES 4 'is Norwich Union Fire" ]n. Co. Insurance Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 U
Florida. Bradford
i ;j not included. f + + + + + f + + + + + + + + + + Daisy Millers County. 811 79 Maryland Providence Casualty and Washington Co. ____Co.__Il1IIurance Insurance Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 tJi
Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917
Clay County.-The Texas cattle County 1917 1916 SIIERFF'S SALE. Bill for Divorce 81 Mutual LiCe Ins. Co. __ Insurance 'Z1.
I Oct. 1. 1916 Oct.
brought into this county are in fine Alachua __________ 6,642 5,056 Hereby notice is given that under and by C. W. Miller. R2 J. S. Brown ---------______Merchant Oct. 1. 191R Oct I.1. 1917 1917. '154

'I condition and the new owners are prepared Baker ____________ 788 601 I out virtue of of and that under certain the writ hand of and execution seal of issued the The State! Notice of Florida to Appear.to C. W. Miller, 84 83 F.Abram D. Hemingway Bessent ---________-2____pool Merchant tables Oct Oct 1.1. 1916 1916 Oct Oct 1. 1917 1917 a l

I to take them through the winterin Bradford _________ 3,438 2,521 County Judge's Court:: of Bradford Co.iiU. Greeting: 85 Handy Brymer ---______Fiah Market Oct ]...1916 Oct. 1.1. It17 U

that same condition. Columbia _________ 2,683 1,839 Florida and dated he 11th day of OttJ" r.i. i. Defendant It having been shown by affidavit that the 86 D. C. Chase .------------_____ Oct. I, 1916 Oct. 1. 1917 "'IJ U!
C. Miller is
W. of the
a non-resident 87 National
I D. 1917 wherein A. L. Alvarez a pbinti., and Weighing Machine Co.Weighing .
Hamilton state of Florida and that the residence of ;
1,872 2,529 said
--- ---- R. R. Prevail is defendant, (a certified ropy
Broward bounty. Farmers Jackson ___________ 1,954 3,9.49f of which judgment has been filed and recorded defendant is unknown and that there is no IHI S. A. L. Slot Machine _Slot Machine Machine Oct Oct. 1. 1916 Uet. 1. 1911 U
are preparing one in the state of Florida the service of a 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917 .t.C
Jefferson _________ in Foreign Judgment Book No.2. page 85; 89 Washington ______Restaurant
1,432 3,359 Oct.
whom I. 1916 Oct
to in heavy o subpoena upon would bind said defend I. 1917 .1.Ii
put a acreage in the office of Clerk of Circuit Court of said 90
Co-Operative Ice ______
beans, peppers and tomatoes, withsome Lafayette _________ 488 493 county and state!, on the 12th day of October of ant twenty-one, and that said defendant is over the age 91 Marks Buick Agency Co. _-----Automobiles Ice Wagon Oct Oct 1.1. 1916 1916 Oct Oct. 1.1. 1917 1917__. 151

f Leon ____ 1917) I have levied said execution upon and years. 92 Not ;, Ui
cabbage and eggplant. A few __ 1,722 1,807 will sell before the front door of the court- It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged Collected. ?<

will put in and oats for winter Levy _____________ 243 73 house in Starke. Florida, on Monday, the 3rd that the said defendant C. W. Miller 9" N B. tt>.II'._------------- Ivery Oct. I, 1916 Oct I. 1917 111
rape do to the complainant's bill of 94 Com. Union Ins. Co. ______ Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1 1917 U
appear complaint Insurance
Madison __________ 1,268 4,829 day of December 1917 between the legal hours ; .
pasture.i herein before the IE! Fidelity Phoenix Oct. I, 1916 n I _
t of sale to the highest and best bidder for cash on or 3rd day of December Fire Ins Co Insurance "" 191 ---=- ,111
Suwannee _________ 3.798 3.888 described and A. D. 1917 in default whereof a decree 911 Hartford Fire Ins_ Co. -_____Insurance Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917
the lying
following real tiltate. .:}!
f' ,1 -. All other __________ 1,212; 1,323 being in Bradford County, Florida to-wit: pro eonfesso will be entered against the 97 Liverpool and London and Globe '
:I; i Putnam County.-A constant call One half undivided interest in block Twenty said C. W. Miller. Insurance Oct 1. 1916 0 c. 1917 0', U
I It is further ordered that this notice be 91! New York' Underwriters .
pub- Agency
for information along the lines of diversified one ((21) Town of Starke: also one-half undivided t.-;
< Total .....__:___27,540 32,167 interest iu ten acres commencing 7V4 lished in the Bradford County Telegraph a Insurance 0 c. 1916 not'"1, 1917..1. 10M
: farming may be taken as an feet from southeast of newspaper published at Starke in Bradford 99 Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co.Insurance. '
north and west
indication how great an interest the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter corner and county, Florida once each week for eight Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917_.... :.....::1.
consecutive weeks. 100 Fidelity and __ Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1917_
Casualty Co 1. .
TOO MANY FEUDS AND LAWSUITS run north 708 feet west 615 feet, south 7u5 !!
; ;
.. farmers have in an improved farming IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto 101 U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty "Co. ''
of in
feet East 615 feet to pont beginning
:, system. IN RURAL DISTRICTS. Section 32, Township 6, Range 22 East. Same set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Insurance Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.1
Court this the 19th of 102 C. S. Oct1. 1916 0
being levied the of R. R. on day September Darling ---- _--Com. Merchant 1' 1917 IJI
upon as property A. D. 1917. 103 1. M. Truhy ---_______Com. Merchant Oct. 1' 1916 \'1 1917
J"revatt and will be sold to said
Nassau County.-The live- It is this second great command tion and cost. satisfy execu- W. .T. W2ZKS, 104 Wheeler Bros --_-----:--_______Shok Oct. 1. 1916 0\ 1. 1917 ':
county ment, love for one's neighbors, love W. J. EPPERSON. 9-21-St (Seal) Clerk. 105 Mitchell Amusement Co. Merry Go Round Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 ..12
: stock association is growing in mem- for all minkind that I wish Sheriff Bradford County. lOR Mitchell Amusement Co --Lunch Stand Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917..J.a'
now especially -
bership and the farmers generally are 1125t. State of Florida.MASTER'S NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. 107 Peterson -------------------S a I I' Stable Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1 1917...........;
to emphazie, and to urge our 1011 Roy Edwards ___ 1916 1. 1917 .
Thirty days after data> hereof to-wit the --------- --Plumber Oct l' ,'
becoming more interested in better on : 109 G. 1. Bachelor ________Plumber 1916 oct l' 1917
preachers and leaders to
iw religious em 1st day of December A. D. 1917, I will ------
stock, as well as in tick eradication. SALE. to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner, 110 Cracker Six Market ---__Market Oct. 1. 1916 Oc J. 1917,_...._.::SJ
phasize, says The Progressive Farmer. Under and by virtue of a final decree of fore County Ill
Judge of Bradford : for T. G. Walker ---.___Pop Corn Wagon Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. t, 1917.1..i'
County Florida
closure made and rendered the day of an order -
,. We have too many church members on ZJth to sell at private! sale the one-tenth undi .112 Ilter-Southem! Life Insurance Co. :
September. A. D. 1917. by Hon. J. T. Wills,
Oct 1. 1916 0 1917 ...._. .1a1
in this vided interest Insurance c. :
Marion County.-Hogs coun- professing a religion of love who do Judge of the Circuit Coui$ of Florida. Eighth of Fradonia- Rollins minor heir 113 Arthur Williams Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 '"'1.t
of John Autos -------
ty are in better shape than ever before not speak to some neighbor; who instead Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford County, following H.described Prescott lands deceased situated in in and Bradford to the 114 John Robinson's Shows ----___: Ot't. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 -U;
this time of the The first in chancery in that certain cause therein 115 School Trustees Oet. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 .
at of Opera House -
year. orgiving some ancient injury State County Florida, to-wit: -------- !t
wherein the Phifer Bank
pending a corporation 116 J. W. Brownll'e Oct. 1916 '
__ 1. Oct. 1917
.. carload went out the middle of Octo- lie awake nights planning to get is herahasbeadand Ada Turner and Southwest, Quarter of Southeast Quarter and 117 N. n. Hull :------__-__-Auetioneer Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1.1. 1917----314
West half of Southeast ---- ------ .
Quarter of Southeast
bore. These hogs were finished on even; who instead of putting a chari the U. G.undersigned Turner who was therein defendants and thereby, I, Quarter of Section Twenty-three (23) Town 118 119 H. B. McGregor ------------Piano Tuner Oet 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 ......._.. U

corn, and at 10 months old averaged table construction upon the words and appointed Special Master! to execute! the said ship Seven (7)), Range Twenty (20) East, containing 120 y-

250 deeds decree will sell at public outcry before the in all Sixty ((60) acres, more. or less. 121 We. :
r : around pounds. of neighbors, live in a perpetual courthouse door in the town of Starke. Bradford This October 31. 1917. 122 ........... _

state of suspicion and distrist; or who county Florida between the legal hoursof C. J. ROLLINS. ----'
town, alp
& o.
Lake County.-Several owners belong to some "set" or faction in the sale on Monday the 3rd day of December 11-2-51. > Guardian.. that the foregoing is correct and '
A. D. 1917 the same being a legal sales day
t have made a fall spraying for community which cherishes nothing to the highest and best bidder the following NOTICE. Given under our hands and official seal this 12th day of November, A. D. 1917. c'.

; ; whitefly and scale. There is less hog but hate x>r bitterness for some other described! lands situated lying and being in IN RE: Estate of Anna Jones deceased (Seal l) a C. A. Town FUTCH SILAS lIT!..r
the Town of Bradford Notice to the Marshal and CDli5e
faction. Starke county Florida next of kin of Anna Jones, deceased
cholera in the county this year than and more particularly known distinguished late of Bradford county state! of Flor .. .rsl
at this period last year. Citrus fruitis Especially, it seems to me, are such and described! as follows to-wit: ida and all others who it may concern are ...

moving. The cold have conditions likely to prevail in country Lots One (1)), Two (2)), Thirteen (13), and hereby notified that four weeks after the first '!'J'SPECIAL..SULPHATE
nights served Fourteen (14). of Livingston Truby and Com publication hereof and their failure to apply
to color and sweeter it.! communities. It is not that country pany's addition to the Town of Starke. Brad for administration on her estate! I will appoint

people are worse at heart than city ford County. Florida, said land to be sold as some creditor of Anna Jones or other fit

Pt t 2 people, but simply because the farmer the property of the defendants Ada Turner person to administer on the same as may be OF POTASH

Pasco County.-A movement hast and U. G. Turner, her husband to satisfy and authorized by law.
.. living to himself, does not mingle pay said decree, fees and costs. Terms cash. Dated this the 31st day of October 1917.
been started at Pasadena toward or- with his fellows as much as the city A. Z. ADKINS. GEO. A. GARDINER :-:

ganizing a market exchange for all man, and it is always easy to mistrustthe 11-2-Et Special Master in Chancery. 11241. Florida.County Judge of Bradford County (40 per cent Water Soluable) ,y

kinds 'of products in connection with
man don't know. It wise
you was a
? the citrus exchange. Many farmers in BILL FOR DIVORCE. Free from
1t S Chlorine :3
of _
: saying a great man, "Know one an Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All .
5' this In Circuit Sourt. Eighth Judicial Circuit of
e county interested in dairying are
: l other and you will love one another." Florida. Bradford county.L. indebted to the
persons estate 100 Pounds

,. silos.rebuilding their barns and'erecting I remarked the other day that in pro H. n Green, Bill for Divorce of Carter Newsom, late of Bradford to the ton will give 2 per cent Potash.

portion to property interests involved, Stella Green county, Florida, deceased, are requested

*,. I believe there are ten times as many Notice to Appear. \o pay"their said debts forthwith, NITRATE OF SODA
., To Stella Green Greeting: : !
Duval County.-The boll.weevils. lawsuits among farmer as among city I It having been shown by affidavit that the and all persons having claims againstthe 1

; have been found in this county in business men. defendant. Stella! Green, is a nonresident of said estate are requested to pre FERTILIZiR

abundance. Farmers have been advised No matter what our object may be- the said State defendant of Florida ia unknown, and that and the that residence there of is sent them, duly authenticated, withinone ALL MATERIAL 1

to destroy all old cotton stalks. One whether it is to develop individuals of no person in the state of Florida the service year from this date, or they will Send '

f of the club boys has a Berkshire six noble, generous character; or bring of a subpoena upon whom would bind the said be forever barred. your name on a postal card and we will keep youti j

:<. months old which weighs more than about greater business cooperationamong age defendant of twenty-one and that years.It said.defendant is over the October 12, 1917. posted on Prices. Send for free literature on HOME!
250 pounds. rural people,; or bring about amore is therefore ordered considered and ad N. D. WAINWRIGHT, MIXING also all SPRAYING MATERIALS.THE ;

satisfying social and judged that the said defendant Stella Green
community Administrator of
i' do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com the Estate of Carter NITRATE

i .. St. Johns County.-One farmer sold life-in any case, there is nothingmore plaint herein on or before the 3rd day of De.. Newsom, deceased. 10-12-8t AGENCIES COMPANY.

worth of sweet in October important for us than to beg our cember. A. D. 1917. is'default whereof a decree Jacksonville Heard
t $375 potatoes pro eonfesso will be entered against the Building Florida ;;;
people to put life's emphasis love NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
i from one and a fourth acres of said Stella! Green.It .
In Circuit Court, Bradford :..
rather than hate, on trust rather thanon is further ordered that this notice be published County Florida.
land. He has two acres in cane In .
sugar in re petition of A. D. Andrews Mercantile
the Bradford County Telegraph a 4'
:' from which he will get at least 400 suspicion. newspaper published at Starke in Bradford Company for dissolution. -

I of County. Florida, once each week for eight con Notice of Dissolution. on'
gallons of syrup; eight acres corn seculhe weeks. To the creditors and all to whom it may -

from which he harvested 35 bushels COLD STORAGE PLANT AT LAKE IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto concern : That a majority of the stockholders

{ per acre without fertilizer. From this BUTLER GREAT CONVENIENCE set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit of the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company a
corporation organized under the laws of the ]
Court this the 25th
on day September. SEEDS
same land the farmer sold Irish pota- Farmers in the Western portion of A. D. 1917. State! of Florida, and doing business at Rai-
ford, Bradford
county Florida has
toes last netting profit of petitioned
spring a i W. T. WEEKS.
the county have a convenience of much 9-23-St (SEALClerk.. this court for an order to dissolve said corporation 2,000 bu. Fulghum Oats at $1.75 bu.
He fertilizes his sweet potato ,
5 $1,200. value in the cold of the for the purpose of discontinuing the 1,000 bu.
storage plant Hastings
ground by penning 350 head of cattleon corporation and to enter into other basin*! 100 bu. Oats, 175. ;.1
Lake Butler Ice Co., which is the onlyone NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. for themselves. 2,000 bu. Texas Rust Proof Oats $1.25

it at night. in the county. It is so much appreciated Thirty days after! date hereof. I will applyto It b therefore ordered adjudged and decreed 500 bu. Florida Black --I
4 y the Hon :co. A. Gardiner county judge of that this court will consider said peti Rye, $3.75 bu. ,

UN MN TM DOM im.JUftct t4aMudt that last yea; it was patronized Bradford county Florida for an order to sell tion on the 17th day of December A. D. 1917. i 1,000 bu. Abruzzi Rye, $3.50 bu. ,' I
even by farmers from Starke, at pn ate! sale a two-thirds interest! same being at One o'clock P. M. at Gainesville, Florida,I j 500 bu. Southern "
Because o'Hi'tonle and Unlive effect.LAZA- the entire interest! of Clyde Pitta and and that this notice be published once a week Rye $3.00 bu. '" ,
a TIV$9a01dOQUININlabettetthmordin.ryQuinine Lawtey and Hampton to such an ex Maolis Pitta, minors in the following described for four consecutive weeks beginning on the 5,000 Ibs. D. E. Rape at 20c. per lb. ;

and does not cause aeiroasness not tent that storage room had to be increased land situate in Bradford county, Florida Ninth day of November. A. D. 1917. in th. I Wiite for complete :
S Tinging In hea4. Remember the fall name and to-wit: Bradford County Telegraph at Starke. Flor- cat&loaand of all leech
bok Jar the denature cl E. W. GRO$. 3Cc. for this year's supply of meat The West half of lot 2 of the Northwest

Bring your meat, sausage, etc., where Quarter of Section 5, Township 6, South Range ida.Done and ordered this the 6th day of No BLOOMFIELD NURSERY AND SEED CO.t

Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- it can be kept from spoiling indefinite 21 East containing 41 63-lOn acres. vember, A .D. 1917.
VIE SMITH. Monticello
: erybody. Advertiser ly. ll-9-5t Guardian for Said Minors 11-9-41. ludge.F ,t
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seoeeeeaseee fidentially; Because> I know you won't nsTYbu must pay the penalty at once"I M5

"t1i repeat it, if the French army misses "On my honor I have done nothing Million forego coveted possessions or even ne r '
Letters (In Ilia Hails
.. you I'll never forgive them. Today cessities. The work must go on because '

there is no one thing that con

1i t.: Under CHAPTER- XVII./ Bearing Magic Words "With the Colors" tributes of so the much troops.to the The spirit Y.and M. efficiency C.- '

A Wall-and a Firing Squad.As A. Is working night and day to help's S

the door closed behind the ser- the government win this war. And

I: geant and his prey, Streetman turnedto a 9'Keynote i every penny that Is given to aid the

: Fire Major von Brenig. work Is a direct assistance to the
of the Work the Y. M. C.A. Does
"The' damned Americans, we shall Splendid Among health, happiness and strength of your .

Sfe 1$ BU RICHARD PARKER ,have serted.! trouble with them yet," he as- Our Men in Uniform Is Keeping Them In boy and mine.Snapshots of. Kaleidoscopic Work.

i "I"hope not They are not a bad people Touch With the Folks at Home. In all the big cities In France whereour
the moderate
more replied.
I. men pass through In large numbers

: "Oh, major bave my English clothes the Y. M. C. A. is operating

Eusdoathednmsof -my civilian clothes-arrived from hostels, where they can get beds and i

BOI COO ER MEGRUe Berlin?" Streetman asked. i1 I STAMPED WITH STABS AND STRIPES AND RED -TRIANGLE 1 meals at a minimum cost. In London
"Yes. They are upstairs with
; I kit" my Q the American Y. M. C. A. nas erected j .

Aaltei of"Vader Cove?'ud ccMDthoi a large building for our soldiers and a

ofIt Plus to MvertIse" I "Good! Then I can start" tonight for 1, Multifarious Ways in Which the Association Appeals to Your Boy, clubhouse for American officers. j

f: trenches, the spy exclaim .I There are Y. M. C. A. dugouts right {
Your Neighbor's Boy, or Some Boy You Know and Love-
behind the front line trenches, where }
The older man looked at him some- .. Creates a Helpful Environment in Cantonment, on Way Overseas, the soldiers can get hot drinks, crack. }
r ,
Cw apa,1IWI.*' 1'M Maanu CoIIIpuJ 1
what dubiously. in Front Line Trench and Beyond-First to Aid as He Comes era and other comforts at all hours. (
Some objection had already "You think then that your plan to "
leapedto Over 2,090 men who had been rejected -
Back-Give Your Share of the to
Tottering $35,000,000 Required
Charlie's lips wher'thedoor. from be captured by the English will succeed J on account of physical disability

If. the etreet was thrown open and a uni ?" Accomplish This "Last Evidence That Somebody Cares." ,have been able to get iato the British # i

. .;. lormed man-an officer-pushed across "It must succeed. This is a map of army by reason of the physical workof a

:'i the threshold. Advancing into the room their positions." He drew a paper from I was evening .on the broad least la on Its way to you. Each one the British Y. M. C. A.

he exclaimed as he saluted: his breast pocket and unfolded it "The 1 I II 3/T Hempstead Plain, Long Island, of our 18 cantonments, where the new A fleet of motor cars leaves the big

\ "Ah, my dear major! very keystone to their entrenchments II I I where the Rainbow division was national army Is being trained Is Y. M. C. A. headquarters in London at

:f Both officers clicked their heels tot 'be exulted. "It will be here at trench II I spending its last night before embark. using more than a million sheets of midnight every night to pick up soldiers is ?

: ,ether. And as he returned the 8lute 27"-Streetman made a mark upon the ing for France. It had been raining this paper every month. In the draft who are wandering about the 'Hi "'

1 Major von Bren4g told the other that map-"It, will be here that I shall be I(hard In the afternoon-a cold, steady army alone that means 16,000,000 filaments streets without any wholesome lodging *y}

/i be bad been expecting him. | found," he said. autumn downpour-and there was of love every month reachingout In which to spend the night These

,.. Charlie Brown had started at the "Trench 27!" von Brenig repeated. nothing to suggest the rainbow in the from the great encampment wnere cars are operated by 'Englishwomen ,o

;:. tight of the new arrival And now he "Yes! I shall be skulking around- 'KI._J outward aspect of the camp. Lines the men are being trained into the of position and refinement who report

ti moved nearer to the man. and be taken prisoner. Then I shall "Against the Wall Outside," He Said. and lines of sodden canvas housed greatest army this nation has ever that they never meet any discourtesy

t.' '"By George, it's old Streetman!! hecried. i give the English false information 27,000 men, gathered from 27 different dreamed and binding tnem to the at the hands of the soldiers. The Importance ,

. I about a surprise attack that will en- absolutely nothing!" Henri Christophecried. states. The ground was dotted with hearts at' home. Multiply that by of this service can.. be estimated

;. "I beg your pardon-who is this able you to break through their lines Even In that moment his thoughtswere pools and quagmires. Under the wet thinking of all the other places where by the fact that at least 60,000

,\ man?" the arrogant Streetman (he was and smash them f' upon his daughter Jeanne,rather canvas it was damp and cold, with a Uncle Sam has men with the flag-In soldiers are on leave in London every
Strassman) asked the "Splendid! Splendid!" von Brenig than upon himself. He was afraid penetrating week. Over half these sleep in Y.
; now major. chill Lit by flickering navy yards, on the high seas, in arsenals o
i "Charles Brown a Journalist from cried. "By the wayhe added, as an for her. iM. C. A. beds night
candles, the tent wert far from cheer and officers' training camps and every
i' the United States," Major von ..Brenlg important detail came into his mind- "Our proclamations have told you ful shelter for a man's last night in "Over There" In France. In all these Entertainment on Vast Scale.
: "a man arrived here this afternoon what to expect Streetman snarled."It .
f 'explained. his native land. places men are writing home. Those The Y. M. C. 'A. has erected a big G e'i,
tr.: from the Wilhelmstrasse on a special will be a good warning to the others
Henry Streetman remembered added grimly.. But there were seven big tents unassuming little sheets of notepaper i auditorium, seating 3,000, In each of r'
mission. ,
Charlie then. I II where electric lights, numbers and gladden millions of hearts a day. the big draft camps, and huge chautau-
"Yes? Who Is he? The Belgian Innkeeper at him F
: "Oh, yes! I recall him, he said dis i stared friendliness made the night pleasant They transfer more love from one qua Cents, seating 2,600 in the other _
r< agreeably. "What is he doing with us?" "A Captain Karl!! Major von Brenlg as If In a trance. The association fI t
him here said. "You know him?" '"Before God, I am Innocent!" he as- encampments. run.
( "We found staying the fling 22 week entertainment circuit HI
"No! And I must meet him." serted. a
: major told him. "My men nearly shot the and is 16 '
among camps
"You don't suspect The callous Streetman paid not the '

,: him"It as seems an English almost spy.a pity they didn't," "No, no!" Streetman assured him. slightest heed to his denials. In a most companies of entertainers, who are before
to 30
traveling performing -
Streetman observed, with a dark look "At the Wilhelmstrasse few of us knowon brisk and businesslike manner be com camps t

"He be in # another; still we cannot be too manded the corporal to call in the the men.
it the newspaper man. may In each of the draft the Y. Fg;
'V said. careful" guard and make ready a firing squad fir.
our way, he the wall outside he said. M. C. A. has ten secretaries engaged '
:: Mr, Brown thought It about time to ."He dines with us, the major ex- "against ,
in educational work. The association
Then little Jeanne Christophe openedone
r Streetman's insolence. plained. o ,.dx 0 Y
,resent ti
I Is seeing to it that every man who
"And then shall look him of the doors timidly. Some errand ft,
we over,
cannot is to do
: "Beally, didn't I meet you in Russia. speak English taught
had necessitated her the
Streetman said with satisfaction. entering room.
so. In of tne the association
some years ago? he Inquired. many camps
And when she her father'a ashen ,
"Auf wiedersehenr! And Major von '
Streetman eyed him coolly. has a singing director who Is ;
Brenig hisffoom face it needed little intuition to tell her
went to congratulating
"No, never!" he snapped. "I have! i teaching the men to sing the popularand
himself that there was some tragedy Impend- :zh
the while the fad
never been In Russia." upon iJ { ta martial airs that do so much to i '
that be had so.r'sourceful an assistantIn ing. With a low cry she sprang to herfather's iI
their spirits.Of .
"Haven't you? Charlie exclaimedwith keep up ,
afine show'of Innocence. "Why, that able young. officer from the Wil side. I i 64 Y. M. C. A. men at Camp .
helmstrasse. "My father-my father-what is it?
; -I've heard" she asked I Dlx only three are being paid full sal ; ,
heardto Henry Streetman lighted a cigarette, him. I aries. In all the camps the majority
"Y u'd best keep what you've "H "
Is a Streetman said con-
tossing the still match Into the spy
Streetman interruptedhim. blazing of the Y. M. C. A. men have left lucrative <
fireplace. And he had not waited long temptuously."Xon ;
positions to do this work simply .
; He stepped close to Charlie so F
non, m'sieu! she cried.
before Henri Christophe appeared. > I because its appeal is Irresistible to .
that the major could not hear what he 1
"Wait! Come here! he
"Major: wishes to dine at '
i.'uJd.. And he scowled at the Americanlike von Brenig any red blooded man. Harry Lauder,
, dered her And Henri Chris-
once, the told him. "How roughly. ,
melo spy the famous Scotch singer and come- /
the villain of some
drama. can you be ready?" tophe whispered to her to obey. "You dian, now on his'farewell concert tour >

"In fifteen minutes, m'sieu. have seen ttyit telephone before?" Is all his
IiiQ in the United States, giving
heed to
But Mr. Brown paid 'scant Streetman Inquired. the
"Good! There-will be three of us- Already cor- spare time to the service of the association s.,
she menace In the fellow's eyes. Some- poral had returned with four men,
Major von Brenig, myself and Captain and Is'singing to the soldiersat
how, he felt that he had established bearing rifles. Q
KarJ. all the camps he can reach.In .
fairly cordial relations with the majorstreetman's "No, no! Never in all life!" the
"Yes, m'sieu." Henri had already my one of the draft camps the Y. M.
.- superior officer. And heW .
turned to hurry Jack to the kitchen girl walled. C. A. is supervising athletics on 120 ;
not believe that it lay within the
when a bright blaze in the "Your father hid It there," he In- playing fields providing full athletic
spy's power;;to injure him greatly. At fireplacemet Garnet, Good Reading and Correspondence Facilities In Y. M: C.. A.
his astonished It sisted. equipment. The winners of the inter- f4
: the warning the fellow haft whispered eyes. was en- Building.In _
tirely too warm an afternoon for a fire. "Noil non, m'sieu!" she said with all --- regimental games will play the champions -
to him smiled.
Charlie merely
.* Only a madman would. have built one. the vehemence she could muster. each of these a soldier was strum- part of the world to another than sta. of the other camps.
Think so? he taunted' the threatening "Why, what la that?" he exclaimed.: "Enough of talking!" Streetman said I ming on a piano; others were reading tistics can express. Statistics are One of the greatest services rendered ,!

Streetman. "I lit a cigarette," Streetman said with a cruel glance.at her white face. I books and magazines; hundreds were pretty poor anyway when it comes to by the association is the making

"Yes! Remember now you are Inside "I threw my match there." And to one "Take him out!" he ordered the corporal writing letters home. Behind the reckoning in terms of love and human .

our lines. And. drawing the ma- Of the soldiers he added, "Put it out raised co&nter at one end three or four tenderness. Let's put It this way:

"" at once!" For one brief moment father and young men were busy passing out That the Y. M. C. A. is the biggest express -

," The man Otto hurried to the fire daughter clasped each other in a last notepaper and envelopes selling; company the world has ever )

place. ,embrace. stamps and weighing parcels, which seen, and the parcels it is handlingare ; .r 4N 1

f- /'Yes, yes, m'sleu! It Is nothing! "It is the end, my little Jeanne! the men were' sending home. One of the loves and devotions of human 5 Ap fZw +

-- Only some tree branches can do no Good-by! Pray for me!" Henri Chriatophe the soldiers said to me as I stood in beings. '

:; harm," the innkeeper protested.In said brokenly. And In that In- I the tent used chiefly by men from World's Best Loved Trademark.

:' j'.f the meantime Otto had extin- stant a new dignity came to him-a Iowa: "We 'came all the way here ,

guished the blaze. He had crawled dignity such as must have clothed the from Des Moines, and we were mighty This war has made us think hard .

bodily Inside the great opening of'the ancient martyrs, or that later tragic lonely., Then we found this Y. M. C. and fast Your boy or your neigh 4 '

fireplace, to make sure that he did his figure, for whom his own daughter was A. on the job, and It's been a home bor's boy or some boy you know and s v,

.., work thoroughly. And now he emerged, named-Jeanne d'Are-when the supreme and more than a home to us. It gaveus love has been called to do his share .Awvs -

'",J sooty but triumphant bearing some summons overtook them. "It is what we wanted when we neededIt ;. In the big job of policing the world for t

',:'. contrivance in his arms. ,- all over'ma petite," he repeated. And most We'll never forget it The democracy and human liberty. la it y ,1rt +

..\.. "Here is a telephone!" he announced thin he drew himself up to his fullest boys' best friend Is the Y. M. C. A." any comfort to you to know that wher-
.< I height and looked ever his duty may call him boy
proudly. at his unyielding Fine, Clean-Cut, Upstanding Fellows. your
judge unflinchingly. "I am Innocent, will nave a friend that will serve him > t
"What! Streetman exclaimed. And How close those benches were pack. 4 y3'
.; i1 he hastened to examine the find. "Oh, m'sieu!" he said. In B5dy, mind and soul? Are you :
ed with men, bending over the long :
Ii'v ho! What's this?" be asked. Tnose were the last words that Henr glad to know that this friend will place -
J tables absorbed In their writing! books and
li liiUk Henri Christophe was 'no less surprised Christophe spoke. magazines at his disposal -

:; than the others. He took the Instrument Henry Streetman made a gesture of: What an appeal to the sympathiesthose organize classes to teach him whatever I

from Otto and turned It over Impatience. The scene bored him. great groups of soldiers make! he wants to learn, give him a

curiously. Jeanne Christophe burst Into a wild Fine clean-cut upstanding fellows pocket testament and Invite him to ;

"Why, m'sleu-lt Is a telephone," he torrent of words. Alternately she addressed some of them mere boys, one thinks join religious meetings of the faith k' r I .

said with an air of the utmost mystifi- Streetman and her father. Immediately of the sacrifice they have that he was brought up in? Did you > I 1 .

i cation."I "No, ovno!" she shrieked, as If she realize that the association provides .
made for the rest of us and how precious .
-r. know, I know-but what Is it doing could not have that rightful thing athletic equipment for his favorite F
back home.
they to some one a
tt there?" Streetman asked Imperi that monstrosity-happen. "Oh, m'sieu! games teaches him games If he knows I II
For the love of God Somewhere, in far. off farm or village ahd holds {Rn I
3 ously."I My father none concerts, lectures I 1 i

I do not know m'sieu," Christophe I pray you. No, or city street there are parents or movies, Bible classes dramatic enter ,,

stammered. In a flash he saw! that no! He is my father. I love brothers or wives Who would give all tainments and every kind of whole-

.. things looked very black for himself. thee, I love thee!" she sobbed. they possess for 'one glimpse of those some amusement to keep him Interested A Red Triangle Dugout In the

"Why .did you hide it?" Already "Oh, m'sleu-I beg you-" sunburned faces as you and I see ? Are you glad to know that this Trenches.

SJreetman had found him guilty."I "Take him out!" That was Street- them on their last night before going friend will go with him overseas, helpto It r' tout

did not hide it, m'sieu! man's only answer. across. And It was With a throb of shield Elm from a score of difficult of money orders by which the men I J

An inspiration seized Streetmanthen. Little Jeanne would not leave her fa the heart that 1 watched them bent and'dangerous temptations and follow can send their pay home to their families. ;

And he took the telephone Into ther's side. As they- dragged-- Henri him right up to the front line trench In some of the big camps the

"What !II' He Doing With Us?" his own hands. Christophe from the room she still over their letter paper. In one after and beyond it? The last contact the Y. M C. A. Is providing banking facilities J. Fr'.

K2 "Who are you?" he asked in French, clung to hunt And still she shrieked: another of those seven big tents. soldier has with this 'life he loves so for the men as well "

t1 Jor to one side, Streetman sald-"lIa- "For the love of God! No Oh These were the tents of the Y. M. C.
speaking directly into the transmitter.The no well is a cup of tea given him by theY. Do Your Bit With a Tenner. r"
jor, what shall we do with him?" fellow received an immediate papa, oh, papa! I love thee. ." A. On that last night in America the M. C. A. free just before he goes This month (November the r
) Y.
i."Send him back to Brussels," von association was serving the soldiers M.
reply. And he said to his men in the I "over'the top" to a hand to hand Struggle C. A. must raise $35,000,000 to
f -Brenlg told him. In the best of all ways-givIng them i carryon
next breath. "It was a Frenchman who I with the enemy. And as he cornea its work among our soldiers and j
"Perhaps to write home. On
we can find a better fate spoke! That telephone leads to the (Continued Next Week.) an opportunity tottering back: from No Man's Land, their allies until next July. Of this = '
.\ fur him than that. Is he safe __ previous nights they had enjoyed boring
borer French. It is the work of a spy." And wounded, but strong enough and $35,000,000 about $24,000,000 will be ,
Henry Streetman remembered ,bouts, movies, concerts dramaticsand
1 then Streetman ordered Otto's comrade plucky enough to keep on his. feet spent on the work with our own troops for
that the EDGAR EYES
American had shown plainly a score of healthy entertainmentsas
: Hans to ask Major von Brenig to re even before his wounds are dressedthe about $10 for every man in Uncle ,
enough-that afternoon at the house of Optician Tested well as religious meetings. But on
Y. M. C. A. is waiting for nlm with Sam's uniform. If everybody who has
1 Sir George Wagstaff-that he was In turn.Poor Jacksonville, Florida. this last night home ties were strongest
Henri Christophe forgot all tea and sweet chocolate, the great com- received letters from soldiers and sail =
sympathy with the enemies of Ger- Broken Lenses DuplicatedSame And perhaps that is the keynote
about his simple menu. He stood there, forts of the man in the trenches. Do ors were to contribute $10 the task --
many. And now had come an oppor- Day as Received.We of the splendid work the Y. M. C. A.
crestfallen. The whole affair was too you wonder that the Red Triangle 18 would be easy. Are your boy's health =
trinity to make the fellow for his Specialize on Mail OrdersWp
pay is doing among our men in uniform-
much for his brain.
befogged called "the best loved trademark in and happiness and clean soul worth
animosity."He "You were warned against at Pay Postage keeping them In touch with home. $10 to ? J'
any the world? One soldier in France has you
Is quite safe, von Brenlg said. tempt to communicate with the 140 W. Forsyth St. Magic Words, "With the Colors." Your town
And en called it "the last evidence that anybody mayor, your pastor, your 4 .
turning to the be ordered
emy'Streetman said. In these times there are some let- cares" school superintendent will know who

him to remove the American to an adjoining "I never saw that telephone before," Whenever You Need. a General Tonic ters that mean more to ua ,tnan any If every thinking citizen could see is the treasurer of the campaign com t +

Sergeant room. Christophe declared. Take Grove's. I we have ever read before. They are with his or her own eyes somethingof mittee in your county or town. Otherwise v'f

to Schmidt at once proceeded "Don't lie'to me! You put it there! The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless written on sheets of paper stamped the actual work being done for our send a check or money order to

carry out Instructions. And seizing "I swear to,you-" The innkeeperheld chill Tonic is equally valuable as a with the Stars and Stripes and the men by the association there would be Cleveland H. Dodge treasurer 124
one of
Mr. Brown's ears in a firm grip General'Tonic! because it contains the
both his hands aloft as he proclaimed of the T M. East Twenty-eighth street New York
red triangle C. A. and
he started him out of the rDom. well known tonic properties of(QUININE no question of the Y M. C. A. havingto

"You will remain here temporarily his innocence. But his protestations and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives they bear the magic words, "With'theColors. appeal to the public for money city.Only <

U my guest the major explained.' bad no effect upon the In- out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and ." There are many more thana I Rather than let this essential work sacrificial giving by millions of
dignant Streetman. The man seemed Builds the Whole 60 cents million such letters In the mails givers will make possible the contin ,
But I should not advise to at- up System. now falter for an instant rich men would
you I I
of this vast work for
absolutely relentless, inhuman. uance American fi
tempt to leave." while yon read this. Perhaps one at. sell their motorcars, poor men would
"You are either a French spy or bar soldiers and for those.of our allies
"Listen, blondy" Mr. Brow* .adjured boring a 'spy under your roof," he told Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- e .5r

his evil geniUS-for so the enthu- Christophe- ,._"It.! _an act of enmity to i erybody. Advertise! I .
tiilttc.sergeant appeared to him-". 9I'tf !



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I.!;1.11':. BROOKER. transacting busines sin Lawtey one I I trons were disappointed last Friday!I Mr. and Jrs. E. D.
= when Mr. and Mrs. Nettles j jI SullivaIl'
day last week. I|, : to spent Monday and "
'1:,' Mr. J. J. Clark and family returnedto j show up for their promised monthly sa. Tuesdayres .'
"f! .. -y g gr,,114 ai A new meat market has been open- their home in Chicago, Ill., last visit. The pupils are very much interested Mr. P.aymond ]'
: Oliver
: u I II' ed by J. A. Douglass in the grocery week. Mr. Clark recently bought Mrs. ,I in what Mr. and Mrs. Nettles ness trip to New River mule a

County News Item store of Hazen Co. Catherine Teare's farm in East Law have told them and look forward eagerly :\ and Jrs. G. E. M'olfdIr. r
Mrs. H. C. Richard was a business tey. to the monthly visit. ter, Miss Ruby, were Kelly &Dd.
visitor here Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Nellie Simmons of Fort Meade, Honor Roll. ford a few days last wee '
Truman Thomas and family, of ''is spending a few weeks here as the Primer-Leonard Strickland and Jrs. Jim Adkins .. ::.i,
Intcrottnf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our the Wateroak section, spent Saturdayand guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Katie Wilkinson. Jrs. Walter Edmondson spent MOndai.
10 Sunday with their mother, Aunt N. T. Peeples.Mr. Mrs. > .
I' Regular Correspondents. First Grade-Alonzo Haymans and Jeff Leivis, of the .
Tiercy Roberts. A. L. Bradley and family, accompanied Preston Johns. tion, spent Sunday .
I with
Mr. Fred Hazen, who has-been in : by Mrs.Bradley's sister, Second Grads-Grace Padgett and Lewis. 1drt'-
the grocery business for several moved to Jacksonville
Miss Mary Stalsby, The latest to
:: ') aI-! .. ;' MILLER. of North Carolina, arrived Friday I months, has sold out to the Hazen Co. last week. Third Padgett.Grade-Irene Wilkinson, Eliza section are .1. L.purchase Underhill car(
Joj. and the goods have been moved to the William Thornton, of and
night to spend a few weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. Starling and Maude Wilkinson. tus McNiel.lion. .
,.r". v I parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rivers. new place of business.Mr. Campville, spent Saturday and Sunday Fourth Grade-Leo Wilkinson. J. L. UnderhIll da:
;: .t! L. A. Duncan and famliy, of Lake The family of Mr. J. W. Townsendtook Scott Andrew made a business in and near Lawtey with relatives.Mr. ness trip to Sampson I made'a-
. ,'. I : : Butler, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Milcs a trip to Orange Springs last trip to Starke Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville City-,,!'
: ., ler Sunday. week. They were accompanied by Lonnie Morgan was transacting are spending a few days here PINE LEVEL.Mr. \.x .,
I H. C. Peeples is on a business trip Miss Parsons, the music teacher of business in Starke Friday. with relatives. COTTOX REPORT?
1 Jacksonville this week. Mrs. Alice Oliver has been on a vis- ryaThere
; to 'our High School. Charles Shepard, of Yulee, spend-
"- ', I : 'I ; H. S. Miller, our merchant and far- Mr. J. Thornton, of the Bradford it to relatives at Middleburg for the ing a few days here at the home of his and Mrs. E. D. Sullivan and son, were 4,228 bales of eoftJ

.. mer is busy grinding cane. County Telegraph, was in Lake But. past week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Shepard.Mr. Boyd, are visiting Mrs. Sullivan's par- ned in Bradford county fromfeJ?
k', Butler 'visI Miss Vera Surrency, one of the ents, of this place. of 1917 prior
. ... I Bascom Cobb, of Lake ler this week. F. D. Wearen was transacting to November L,3'
: \ -: .. ited Albert Miller Sunday. I Mrs. V. S. Pogue, of Thomasville, teachers of the Vanderbilt school, was business in Jacksonville last Saturday. Mrs. Ruby Brown, of Sampson City, compared with 3155 bales
l i : W. 0. Brooks; Providence, was Ala., is in Lake Butler visiting her visiting her parents for the week-end, Messrs. Hoover Bros and their fam- spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. November 1, 1916. '
f I here on business Tuesday. daughter, Mrs. W. H. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency. ilies visitors to Lawtey last Sun- Alice Oliver. N. D. WAINwRI "
t .i J. L. Brown made a business trip Last Tuesday Uncle Mitch Thomas, Services have been changed from were Messrs. Willie Edmondson and ,Lee Spec'Tell CAt

ti Gainesville Tuesday. lone of Bradford County's old farmers, the first Sunday of each month to the day.Mr.. Tom Whitehead with of McKinney, of Alachua, spent Saturday .',.-
J. S. Brown and family visited rela. \brought to town some eggs for sale. second, at Dedan church. a party business night and Sunday at the home of Mr. it to the Telegr\phT
friends: from Jacksonville, were teIer'body. \
The sick ones of the community are W. E. Edmondson. .
tives Providence It
at Sunday.
o One of them was some egg. meas- visitors to Lawtey last week. !
i' .' Furman Stokes made a business trip ured 7 inches in circumference, weighed improving at this writing. ;;tI
I Many of the young folks from here The annual election of officers for
S ; to Lake City Saturday. one-fourth pound and was boughtby I
attended the social at Worthington on the town of Lawtey will be held next
Dr. Chas. H. Nobles, of Jacksonville one of our largest poultry and egg
, is ,here this week to do dental dealers, Douglass & Knight. Now Un- last Friday night. Monday, Nov. 19th. The crop of can-
, number of I I Mr. Lee Gainey was a business vis- didates is short this time, the only contested l
a people. cle Mitch did not think that the intrinsic -
. .. B. E. Brown shipped a car of hogs to, value of'this egg should be itor to Graham last Friday morning. office being that of marshal. LAKE BUTLER BAKR[ :
'. Jacksonville Wednesday. Mr. Brown reckoned the same as the smaller ones Messrs. Lonnie Morgan and John The candidates are as follows:
Pinholster visitors to Gainesvillelast For Mayor-W.. l E. Torode.
t._ : + buys hogs and cattle, thereby giving .So Uncle Mitch was allowed the valueof were .
the farmers a market for their stock.: three. He has different breeds of week. For two Aldermen-V. R. Reddishand >;.
( : Thomas Brothers have installed a ;'general mixture of hens on his place Business is changing hands here of E. L. Biggs. J Lake Butler Florida
late. Mr. J. S. Forsyth has Clerk and Treasurer-L. H. Hill| ,
saw mill at this place. They are cutting and does not know which one of his purchasedthe .y
j ;' a good quality of lumber and sell- hens to give the praise to. This egg grocery store and market owned Marshal; and Collector-J. E. Wilson C
s t' it reasonable ; by R. A. Green and Son. Mr. Forsythwill and E. E. Burney.
ing at a price. will be in a conspicuous place a.t the
I(;r \ Dev. Dickens, of White Springs, Duval county fair. continue to handle groceries as The contestants for the office of Bread Cakes and Pied
; S visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs; ""* well as meat, and promises to treat marshal both have many friends who <
t :.- H. C. Peeples Monday. ,I Methodist Mention. his customers fair and square.Dr. will work unceasingly through the en- .J
t J. J. Bielling, of Providence, pass- Two good -pre8rhing services were W. E. Middleton was a professional tire day to elect. their candidate. ..;
l } I ed through here Sunday morning held. at the Methodist church Sunday, visitor here Saturday. I I I L C. SMITH, Proprietor ,f; t
$:' .' Miller Grove, Woodmen Circle, held also the bright and helpful meetingsof Mr. J. W. Surrency is visiting his I '
t. 'f' ; I na interesting meeting last Friday the recently organized Junior and I family for a few days here. GUILFORD. : Prompt Delivery Phone,:.i'! "

t'., ,: evening. The grove decided to do its Senior Epworth Leagues. Miss Inez Abernathy spent Satur- i j i ""
!f : "bit" by contributing $36.50 to -the I i Mrs. Harris, field worker, and Mrs.L. day in Alachua. Rev. Eubanks filled his regular ap- 1.
." : support of* some orphan child in B. Newman, district secretary, had Grandma Baxter is visiting relativesin pointment at Guilford school house'!
.r.;: France. I I I a very interesting missionary rally Alachua.IS Sunday afternoon.

l Deputy Sheriff J. F. Williams made last Friday with the ladies and the Rev. Chester Jackson will preach a I '

.. ,,- 'a business trip to Lake Butler Monday large number present found much toi YOUR LIFE INSURED? sermon the third Sunday a ell a. m. : .;
t' I I inform and inspire them as to the Everyone invited to attend. H. L FOWL
'..1 5 i. : H. B. Clyatt has just returned off a I great work the good women are doing I I represent the oldest companyin Mr. Dreaden Mattox, of Columbia

r trip to the West Coast He reports a for the church and the world. America the Mutual Life county, was seen in this community
., ,'t i. fine time and plenty of fish. I The pastor has asked the Woman's last Thursday night. I I
I -,; :Marion Waters was visiting friends I Missionary Society,-the Sunday school of New York. Mr. J. E. Douglass motored over toI I: The Pinder Man
;- ,,' ;.' 1 at Lulu Sunday. and the Epworth League to take i Lake Butler Monday last. I j :
Jos. E. Wilson Starke Florida.
f'", f: : ': Furman Stokes visited at Ellisville charge of the prayer meetings for i Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driggers, of near
'f .; Sunday. I three Wednesday nights respectively. I Lake Butler, were seen in our com-
t. ;...' i J. R. McLeod and D. L. Clyatt were An enthusiastic and uplifting ser- : Mr. J. A. Douglass has purchasedthe munity Friday last.
I,. in Lake Butler Saturday on business. vice for Thanksgiving is being plannedfor Crosby cottage and moved his Miss Estell Lanier, teacher of the A full line of Hardware ) .
k j t : i Our school is progressing nicely un the 4th Sunday. Lake Butler's last family in. Mr. Lee Hodges occupies Swift Creek school, spent the week- ; .
: I '. r der the management of Prof. Percy Sunday of the conference year. All the Hayes cottage, vacated by Mr. end in Lake Butler.A "
t' : :McLeod and Miss Virgie Thomas. heartily invited to worship with us. Douglass. large crowd attended church at
f' Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Carter, of Valdosta We feel very thankful to the Wom W. G. Seals, the cotton buyer of the Guilford school house Sunday, and Furniture of all kinds

r : are visiting relatives her this an's Club and the Christian Endeavor,, Hampton, was in our town last week. report a good meeting. k
-'I ':. .\ week. two very patriotic societies, each of, Mr. H. C. Surrency, accompanied by I Mr. C. C. McCall was called to the
..;. The stork'visited at the home of Mr. them fending last week many valuable his daughter, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, : bedside of his mother last week near H t%
it.., and Mrs. William Dukes Monday packages to our soldier boys in France and daughter, Inez, are visiting relatives Lake tity.Mr. O r
*?**" + morning and left a fine girl. Both We know it will be highly appreciated I in Valdosta and Ade'l, Ga., this C. D. Gunn, the corn club agent, Goods Arriving Daily
mother and child are doing nicely. by them.. We think it is high time week. I accompanied by: Miss Marguerite Burn -
S : t D. L. Clyatt 'visited relatives i in that all true red-blooded Americanswere Miss Lois Kelly, who is teaching i leigh, the canning club agent, visitedour '.
I I. Georgia several days last 'week. waking up to patriotism for if the LaCrosse school, was visiting here school Friday and gave us some
VI 'I J.,L. Matthews, the merchant-farm ever we have needed true unity in old Saturday and Sunday, returning to her good talks. 'Z

I ..r- er of Bland, Alachua county, was heron America we need it today. work Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Knight, Mr. and: A Carload of Wire Just Received-
business one day last week. I H. E. Jones, Elder Sampson City Mrs. Monk and baby, who have been Mrs. W. C. Kerce and children, of
l Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett, of Christian church, joined Rev. McGuire: visiting here for several weeks, left Lake Butler, made a cal lover to Mr.
'I, Bland, were here last Saturday. here Monday on the way to Jacksonville last Friday for Jacksonville where she I and Mrs. W. R. Alderman Sunday.
't. Elder E. Cottrell preached at Midway to attend state convention of the will visit relatives for a few days, then : The people in and around Guilfordare ;

.\<: :: .: last. Sunday. Christian churches in Florida. Ala.going to her home in Montgomery, busy grinding cane. i I sell nothing but good PinderjSeec;
Last Friday night about twelve

S : ;: HEILBRONN. the o'clock another barroom on wheels in i as Mrs.Jacksonville Monk was by accompanied her sister, Mrs.as far A. .. CLAY HilL. i' :::C. and have a good stock of ,
shape of an automobile sailed into
B. Shaw, and two children, Mary and ,. ii
r ,.. : 4. F Rev. L A. Donnelly filled his Lake Butler, having its clearance papers Woodrow, returning home Sunday. Rev. Jas. Strickland filled his regular them hand
regular from
to the
Jagsonville of now.
port on ;
( ,s 1= appointment Saturday and Sun Services next Sunday at the Baptist appointment at Middleburg Satur-
\ Bland, Alachua county. Our marshalswere church by Rev. S. S. proctor, of Lake day and Sunday.Mr. .
.. day. not satisfied with the colors she Butler. Mr. Proctor is well known Lewis Carter and Mr. and Mrs. a
Misses Edith Warren and Dora Johnson
flew, so had her drop anchor and a Bob Carter WHERE'
t and many friends here. spent Saturday in Jack
: paid a visit to their homes Friday 1
L.. search was made. The dis
<. .- afternoon. cargo was Miss Lubedia Mott spent Saturdayand sonville.Mr. .
I covered to consist of 35 quarts of that and Mrs. Ace Tanner
in New
Sunday visiting
; : r. Messrs. J. H. Wainwright and Jno. Hague. and Ala ,
f. to mankind. The
.5 crew was com chua. Smyrna, visited '
J'11 Parmenter motored to Starke Tues posed of four men and one woman. Mr.: Eldon Baxter visited relatives Mrs. Billie Starling Mr., a Tanner's few days sister last, Z 1355-1357-1359 Main 5g:

day.The They were escorted by our courteous in Cedar week.
Keys part of last week. I
farmers of the section
are busygrinding
marshal to Hotel de Butler, near the W. L. Bugg, with his aprenticedgang Rev. Willie Taylor filled his regular
!- -r We noticed cane and in last saving week's potatoes.issue of next lake. Sheriff W. J. Epperson early from Hampton, and M. Parkerwith apopintment at Long Branch church Lake Butler Florida
morning appeared in our town his Saturday and ;
crew from Starke, have been Sunday.
the ,
to Telegraph proclamation by the
and after seeing that the five had
:: t president, asking the. people throughout hearty sumptuous breakfast proceeded a assisting P. M.Barefoot in putting i ina The pupils teacher and many pa- .
at Thomasville .
spur for Lesley & ,
assist in the
country to praise
p '
to Starke. There double bar-
was a Dickert mill
: and thanksgiving to God for the bles reled saw operators.
shotgun loaded with i in
;S t 1 sings which they have enjoyed. Let the automobile. They must have fear Miss Eunice; Robinson spent last .
u us all not forget November 29th, and ed week-end in Starke with her parents. .
an attack by the Germans.
i' keep Thanksgiving in the old Pilgrimstyle. Messrs. H. P. Gainey and Harley
: Nov. 11th a large crowd attendedthe Hazen spent Monday in Jacksonville
". 1 services at the Christian churchat attending to business. We
Parmenter visited Jacksonville
I last week. this place. It was Rev. McGuire'sfirst Mrs. N. S. Nabb and son, Dogan, Want t Y o.
appointment, he being called for in
Mr. Jeff Roberts, of Lawtey, spent spent Sunday Providence. .
Sunday with the Henry Parmenter the year at that church, and he preached Mr. S. V. Andreu made a short trip .
t t family. two very impressive and patrioticsermons. to Worthington Sunday afternoon. r

.. Prof. L. A. Davis has accepted the Everyone was very much enthused Messrs. J. A. Douglass, T. C. Hazen,
: principalship of Rising school, formerly in the spiritual part of the B. F. Hazen, J. L. Surrency motored too As
; held by Mrs. Gary, who has lately church, there being two additions t Alachna last Sunday.- a Depositorin
':; resigned and returned to Palatka. the church at the 11 o'clock service, .
Rev. McGuire is a man who is nol
i _' : : This vicinity was completely surprised afraid to tell it-the things we needknow. LAWTEY.

i' last week upon hearing that Those who are hard of hearing -. This Bank
: 1 Mr. Levy Sweat and Miss Viola Raul-
t need not be afraid that they will nol Mrs. Pearl Jones returned home the
I erson had been united in the holy: hear-they can sit in the last d ..
r rowanr first part of the week from Holland,
bonds of matrimony, in Lawtey, after hear word. r
every Va,. where she
several months
',: which they motored to Jacksonville in spent You will be
1 with in
relatives good
t' i the latter's car. --- I and friends. company, for several
4 Mr. Lum Clemons has moved to WOODLAWN PARK. Misses Lois and Bessie Terry were
Jacksonville where I visitors to Starke last Thursday.Mrs. hundred of the of this
: he has a position G. W. Brown, who is spendinga people county bank
with the
;" Seaboard Railway Co. Rev. N. T. King, of Starke, visitedat I few months in Gainesville with her
t; :' _Mr.take Owen Parmenter himself is preparingto the home of D. L. Phillips Sunday sons, Marcus and Clifton, who are at- with us. Make the start today. f
upon a binding obligation i Mr. Champ Green, who is
working tending school
spent Friday and Sat-
the little
'. so say. in Jacksonville, visited his family hereSunday. urday at her home here.
x Mrs. Lilla Parmenter and littledaughter Mrs. P. L. Dinkins returned to her
a Lena, who have been spend Misses Katie and Fannie Thompsonwere home in Jacksonville last Saturday, I
ing several weeks in the W. J. Stalling's 1- visitors to Lawtey Saturday. after spending the week here with rel Deposits $112,000. Resources $130 ::
;' home, near Raiford, have made Mr. W. A. Jones visited at TheressaSaturday atives.

t. their return. and Sunday. Miss Dora Clark, of Wateroak, was
Mr. Eodus Green is visiting friends visiting relatives here Saturday.
LAKE BUTLER. and relatives n Georgia this week. Mrs. N. T. Peeples and daughter,
Mr. Dalton Carter returned to his Mrs. Nellie Simmons, visited relatives .
home here Wednesday, after spending in Jacksonville last Friday. B
f. Last Sunday at noon Mr. Lincoln several days in Jacksonville. Mrs. James Harman came over lnkof Starke
: ; Pearce and Miss Ethel Crews, of Lulu, Mr. L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, was visit- from Jacksonville and spent Saturday
f' were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony ing here Tuesday. :and Sunday at her home in East Law-
y by Notary C. H. Register, the Mr.| H. S. Hillard Was a business .tey. .
Sl" ; ceremony taking place at the residenceof visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Mr. A. R. Adkinson and parents, I THE BANK OF HELPFUL SER VICE
the notary. We wish the young couple Mr. 0. E. Roden and daughter, Pau- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willett, left last
t; '' many years of hapiness.! and pros ilne, were shopping ip Starke Monday. Friday for.Atlanta. Ga., where they ..
:. perity. Mrs. D. 1.. Phillips was shopping in will reside for the present. State, County and'City; DepositoryE.
Mr. 1.. A. Duncan has sold his farm Lawtey Saturday. Mr. J. J. McLeod came over from ...
of 200 acres near Lake Butler to Mr. Mrs. Edward Hilliard and children, Jacksonville last week 'and' will remain -
+ R. J. Andrews, for $4,000. The farm of the;Vanderbilt section, visited her here for some time at his home S. MATTHEWS President TED H. Cashier
=I : was known as the Plen. Thomas place. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L Phillips, before returning to Jacksonville. f HALLIGAN '.
Mrs. Tate Powell and son, Tate, Jr., : here Thursday. Mr. J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was .
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