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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 23, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917 NUMBER 21. t
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r" BRADFORD BOYS. 'BRITISH TROOPS NO HOPE OF PEACE PRIOR T01919; I THREE OFFICERS r *.



LEFT FOR CAMPy SMASH THROUGH WAR AT PRESENT IS STALEMATE AND 18 MEN



f TUESDAY MORN GERMAN LINES LIVES ON r
y
THIS IS OPINION OF CONGRESSMAN McCORMICK, WHO..

HAS JUST'RETURNED FROM THE'EUROPEAN -

,t' EIGHTEEN YOUNG MEN PENETRATE DEFENSES BATTLE FRONTS. U. S. DESTROYER t #!''s

:tCOMPRISED DETACHMENT ALONG 32-MILE FRONT ... SUNK BY 4 ,
CHICAGO, Nov. 18.-Russia's col- mans.
_c ,lapse and the unreadiness of the United "While there are still excellent Ger- ---
GO TO COLUMBIA, S. C.. WHERE BRITISH PRESSING ADVANTAGE States make hopeless any thoughtsof man divisions in Flanders, there was CABLEGRAM TO WAR *

'- THEY WILL BE TRAINED INk WHILE TEUTONS RETREATIN peace before 1919, in the opinion of an appreciable dimunition in the mor. MENT GIVES NO DETAILS

,; ART OF FIGHTING. DISORDER. Medill McCormick, congressman at ale and thee physical quality of the I THE ACCIDENT.
' large of Illinois, who has just returned German troops to the French and Brit-
-1\,\ from a,visit to most of the im- ish forces.: At the battle of the Chemin ---
\' Eighteen Bradford county young LONDON, Nov. 21.-T h e portant fronts of the European battle des Damesthe German batterieswere WASHINGTON, Nov. y

% men-selected to serve their country great Hindenburg defense line, line. so drenched in fire that they were Lieutenant Commander
: Mr. McCormick in ; in its fight against the foe in the upon which the German com- said: exactness the French took the terrain. E. Reno, the commanding '

5 greatest war of the world's history- mander in chief has builded his "The _Germans are not winning the I Hundreds; and hundreds of heavy guns" cer; two junior officers, ,.
' the Local Board in Starke I were employed to wreck the de
reported to war. enemy
hopes of holding the 'British ant Charles F. Wedderburn
Monday afternoon, preparatory to "Neither are we. fenses. This is an artillery and industrial -
7 leaving for the training camp at Columbia from inroads into the open territory "The war presents a stalemate from war. That must never be for- Ensign Harry G. Skinner

s;: S. C., Tuesday morning. beyond, has been smashed. which we are unable to extricate our- gotten. Above all heavy guns are and eighteen enlisted men

; The men who composed this draft And the task apparentlywas selves because of the collapse of Rus- necessary-heavy guns with their obvious lost in the sinking of an 4
Bielling Redding sia and the unreadiness of the United complements of aircraft and rail
Franklyn -
.} were Sidney an easy one. States. transportation, but heavy guns and can torpedo boat destroyer
t A. Dukes, Alex Preston Harnage, I '
-;, Adam Tison, Nick Johns, James William Attacking over a front of 32 "Nowhere in Europe did I find an still more heavy. guns; twenty-five Chauncey, in a collision
" White, Noah Howard, Mason miles from the informed soldier or public man who thousand cannon to be made in Amer. war zone Monday : : '
extending Scarpe morning
Andrew Green, Phillip Philander believed that a military decision couldbe ican factories and shipped to France '
i2Elixon Nettles, Luther Gracy Cooper, river east of Arras to St. Quen- achieved before 1919, when the before March 1, 1919. This is the essence navy department was

,t.:, James Griffis, Tate Kite, Stafford L. tin, Field Marshal Haig has United States might add effectively of victory and great guns offer day by Vice Admiral Sims.
to on the Central Empires. the only meads by which it can be
Crews, Claud Stacey Addison, Charts made one of the most rapid and pressure In cabling the casualty
There is that Russia won.
practically no hope
Powell, Othello Harden,
Jackson
' ley spectacular drives of the presentwar can be useful during 1918. Rus- "The issue of this war will be decided Admiral Sims added no
; Griffis.
Bryant catching the Germans sia is so disordered that she cannot in Washington and by the furnaces his message yesterday T
com-
k Monday night the young men were
make war. Happily, in all probability, of America. .
,f. given an entertainment at Rowand's pletely by surprise in the on- neither can she make peace. "The splendid little American army simply announced that :

:,. Theatre, a write-up of which' is given slaught, capturing numerous positions "The resources of the Central Pow- which already has crossed the seas stroyer had been sunk in # ,:.1. ;
: in another column. Tuesday morningat ers have been energetically spent. rendered a great service when the lision I
with the which were regarded as early Monday
,at 8:30 they, together Boy They are bleeding terribly. But they echo of the first American feet on the '
: Scouts and a great number of the citizens impregnable and taking in addi- act with greater energy, unity and soil of France carried to every home The vessel carried !

, of the town gathered at the courthouse tion thousands of prisoners and skill than their enemies. Thus they the promise that strength and still men besides the three :
where the procession formed.to made a seemingly successful drive into more the industriaf genius of America and of the
seventy enlisted }
,'. march to the depotThe numerous guns. Italy. The real object of their po- will bring succor to France. i
,; column was headed by Mr. G. ,. The apex of the offensive apparently litical foray into Venetia was partlyto "France is fighting with heroic and sonnel were saved.

;, C. Livingston, marshal of the procession is centered on the important make camouflage to conceal their dogged courage. Her steady, thoughtful The manner in which the :
:o Sheriff Epperson, Col. W. T. steady losses from Verdun and partlyto soldiery are ready to spend their, effected, the fate of the "esse ; -
railway junction of Cam-
; Weeks and Judge Gardiner Follow provoke revqlution in Italy. blood and die, in the belief that Amer- which the destroyer collided and
ing were the eighteen selected men, brai, lying to the east of the old "The .Italians were -undergunned, ica will forge the weapons to win the details are awaited by the i
-:' and behind them the Boy Scouts, under line midway between Arras and neither had they enough ammunition.But war. They must not be mistaken."I partment. Officials believe
j the command of Horace Wilson, assistant St. Quentin. Here taken even so, they would not have been say earnestly that we must have three officers stayed by their '
" scout master. Next in the pa- having driven back as they were if twos or greater co-ordination of effort. We! the last, seeing to the saving
rade were a number of the citizen of I the towns of Marcoing, Anneux, three divisions, debauched by the spy must have a true war council, such as: many of the men as was c'
Jjf the town and many of the friends and Graincourt and Novelles, the vic- system of Germany, had not thrown does not exist in Washington-a coun., Lieut. Commander Reno ! relatives of the selected men, and after -I down their arms. cil of men who represent in the great, years old and was appointed to
torious at last
these were several automobilesfilled troops accounts "The French and British have a est degree the energy and the geniusof : val academy from Missouri in
with citizens. I were well within gun range of moderate preponderance in guns, and America. It will be fruitless if ware e! He was made a lieutenant in

The procession marched up Walnut | Cambrai, with its railroad lines man, for man they outfight the Ger- ready too late. was appointed lieutenant
street to Ninth street, where the pupils -I _ ""last May.
and roadways branching out toward -
of the school joined in the parade I II L.-
.1 and marched to the station, the chil- all the main points of the BOUGHT VALUABLE FARM.R. + + + + + + +. + + + + + + +
dren falling in line directly behind compass.The MVESAdVE I +

t the squad of Boy Scouts. latest advices indicate that the 0. Dennard, of Green Cove + HOLIDAY EDITION.
Arriving at the depot Rev: L. W. 'Springs, has bought the Starke Lum- '+
British have not yet ceased their attack --- Home"L.
Kickliter made a splendid 'talk to the but, aided by monster tanks AT LAKE BUTLER ber Company's farm at Saxton and + The Telegraph is
boys who were leaving to serve their which are leading the way, followedby will begin at once to open more of the + publish a holiday edition on
.' country. He recalled some of his ex- infantry and machine gun detach- i land. The tract consists of 380 acres + day, December 14th, in full
periences in stirring days of the sixties ments, are pressing forward for furth with about 100 under cultivation. Mr. + for merchants to reach holi
and gave the boys some splendid er conquest. MALLORY STOKES BADLY Dennard will plant 50 acres to Irish + shoppers with their store

;'. advice as to their conduct while they I I French Begin Offensive. HURT BY RUNAWAY MULE potatoes next spring. + Handsome covers for the 3
are in the training camps and on dutyin I Synchronously, to the south around + have already been ordered,
the fields of battle. St. Quentin and east of that point in last'three months. Every effort will + we hope to make the holiday
..- At the' conclusion of his talk, the Aisne region, the French have be- OYSTER SUPPER GIVEN BY BOY be made to find these thieves and bring + tion a very interesting paper.

: friends, relatives and acquaintances gun an offensive. While no details of SCOUTS-OTHER INTERESTING them to justice. + large number of sample
Lr-,- pressed forward to bid the boys fare- this movement have been received, it NEWS OF THE WEEK. Mallory Stokes Badly Hurt. + will be mailed, thus
;, ,well and wish them God-speed on their doubtless has the object in pushing Mr. Mallory Stokes, who lives on + merchants a fine '
journey. As they boarded the train it back the Germans eastward in the the Lake Butler rural route,-had the + reach practically every
,was noticeable that few tears were in former sector and northward in the Last Saturday night thieves entered misfortune one day last week of being + the county.
the eyes of the spectators; but upon latter region toward Laon, strategicmoves the home of Mr. A. C. Wadsworthin nearly killed by a mile. + The rate for space in the
:: the face of all, was the look that spoke which if successful, doubtless West Butler while Mr. and Mrs; The mule was being driven by Mr. + day edition will be 20.cents
more eloquently than words of the would compel that part of the German Wadsworth were at their store'in Stokes' boy, when the mule became + inch. let us have your space
feelings of ihose present A look that line north of St. Quentin, which is town. The thieves evidently thoughtit frightened and ran away. Mr. Stokeswas + ders early in order that the ,
plainly showed sorrow at seeing loved still*intact, to fall back precipitately was a good time to make a raid as was at work at the time, saw the. + possible arrangement of the I
ones going on a mission from which eastward.The the nearest neighbor is some little distance mule running and ran to the road to'' + vertisements may be made.
they possibly may never return, but British drive was begun with off, but they were discovered by I catch him. He succeeded in catchingthe + c
also was written there that determination -I out the usual artillarj prelude, and some passersby. Knowing that the reins of the frightened mule, but + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

,:, to do their full duty, no mat- as the tanks and infantrymen made Wadsworths were at the store they ']he being so unruly, threw Mr. Stokes ; .
ter what personal sacrifice it would their way through the wire entangle- hastened back and informed Mr. Wads- ,under his feet and after kicking him tiye boll weevil the next
entail. ments and pressed into the German I worth, who secured the services of one several times pawed him in the face, regret to lose Mr. Hodges and

And the countenances of the splendid first positions the surprised enemy began of the marshals and proceeded to the cutting his lips and cheeks badly and II from our midst, as they are
young selects also bore the look sending ups myriads of signal place, but the thieves had smelt a rat breaking several teeth out. teemed by everyone here,
that told they plainly realized the i rockets calling for assistance. Whether and departed after securing some val- Dr; J..M. Mann was summoned and will be missed in many wa 's.
'mission upon which they were em- : aid was rushed up is not definitely uable jewelry of Mrs. Wadsworth's.The dressed the wounds and reports that Mrs. W. H. Coleman, of
; barking. There was not a trace of known, but seemingly the'surprised prison farm at Raiford was telephoned although Mr. Stokes is in a pretty bad visiting friends here last I
anything akin to fear to be discerned Germans fled in disorder, leaving all to see if' their dogs could be condition he is not dangerously hurt. Coleman is the wife of our ,
-only the shadow "of the sorrow of kinds of equipment behind, and in had, but circumstances were such that j i Mr. Stokes has the grit though, for Christian preacher, Rev. W. ,t
parting mingled with the expression most cases did not even take time, as they could not be secured. There was he succeeded in holding the mule. He man. He was pastor of the
of determination to do their "bit," is usual, to apply the torch to villages no clew to the thieves. is a very prominent farmer and his church here at one time, and rI.
even though it meant the shedding of they evacuated.The This is not the first time thai Mr. many friends hope for the best and friends in Lake Butler who
their very life-blood, in defense of British casualties are describedas Wadsworth has been robbed, his home wish him an early recovery. to see her again.
their country and the protection of extremely light, while German dead having been entered four times in the Boy Scouts Oyster Supper. Mr. Avery G. Powell ,
their homes. covered the ground as the British Saturday from Live Oak. He I .
pressed forward. Reports to.date indicate + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I The oyster supper given for the ben- week in Gainesville in the #
that the depth of the penetra- + efit of the Boy Scouts Saturday night, the TimesUnion.Mr. I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Nov. 17th
'I was a success. The nice .
tion in the region orf Cambrai has ex- + SANTA CLAUS LETTERS. + J. McD. Bennett, of
'+ + ceeded five miles, and that at one point + ----- + sum of $50.40 was taken in but on account spent a few days here this
"" ONLY SEVEN DAYS'MORE. + at least the troops swept on five miles 1 I + We are going to give the little + 'i of the flying squadron of prices iting his brother, Mr. J. ,.'
), + + beyond the German lines, capturing + folks an opportunity to write to + the boys did not clear so much, as nett.and his sister, Mrs. J. E. n
+ Those who wish to take advantage + additional villages. The offensive was I+ Santa Claus through our Christ- + the expenses amounted $31.80. He returned to Plant City '
"" of the of + i I The wish to thank the t
offer boys of
Telegraph's a people
under the direct command of Gen. Sir + mas edition. Write your letters + Saturday night Mr. Acy
:(" + fo r-year subscription for $5 + Tulian Hedviorth George Byng, and + early and address them to San- + Lake Butler and vicinity for their our popular young barber, met
.; + have only seven days more to + Ge!!. John J. Pershing; commander in + ta Claus, care of the Telegraph. + I, hearty co-operation and aid in helping painful accident while pumping
+ send in their remittances. The + chief of the American forces in Francewas + Do your best to write every word + : them out in this organization. The one of his lamps. The pump .
+ offer will be withdrawn on No- + an interested observer of it. + so that it can be read. We do not + boys stand willing and ready to help and a washer caught his second I
+ vember 30th to + the people of the town in whatever
according our + his hand the
Italian Lines Holding. want to make iristakes: in letting + on right at joint,
*
first announcement. The + they be used. Because it is
returns way can a
Meanwhile the Italians everywhereare + Santa Claus know your wishes. + severing same. Dr. J. M. Mann 1
+ from the offer have been very + holding the Teutonic allied invaders + + duty everyone promises to do when he ed the wound, which we
+ satisfactory so far. So much so, + along the Piave river and in the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + becomes a member of the Scouts, to will be entirely healed. Mr. ,
+ in fact, that we will not care to + hilly from the reachesof help someone at all times. If there is Crawford will have charge of t Q
region
+ extend the time longer than Fri- + upper anything you want done and the Boy for while. I
+ that stream to Lake Gards. No- of Gen. Allenby having been drivento a I
day, November 30th. + Scouts the call
can serve on
where has the enemy been able to, jain points five miles northwest and six purpose Little Amelia Lopez, age 11
+ additional On the miles west of Jerusalem. The former them, for they are ready. who has been with the :
ground. contrary,
. + + + + + + + + + Local
Items
violent attacks in the hill country position was taken at,the point of the of Interest. in Tampa, is now making
have been repulsed with heavy casual- bayonetAn Last week the farm on the edge of with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper. i.r
'COTTON REACHES 74 CENTS. ties. Probably owing to previous ineffectual indication that Ue German for town owned by Mr. H. N. Hodges, con ia is a very bright little girl '
attempts to dislodge the defenders tified line had been passed by the Brit- sisting of 120 acres, a fine house and shows what fine training.they i x
The latest quotations show that cotton the enemy has not renewedhis II ish at some points is the entry of the outbuildings was sold to R. J. Glover the home, of which Miss -
has reached 74 cents per pound in attacks against Monte Tomba and : cavalry into the fray. Not since the and brother. Mr. Hodges will move borough is manager. I'
*the Savannah market. The demand Monte Monfenders, the vital points famous retreat of the Germans along to Jackson county. This land the Glo- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cone
'''U strong at this figure, and a still barring the way to an invasion of the the Ancre and the Somme in the ver brothers have bought is an excep- weeks in Orange and Salt
further advance is confidently expected. Venetian plan from the north. On the spring of the present -year have the tionally good piece of dirt, being a fishing and general pleasure '
., There' is i great deal of cotton coastal front Italian and British war- horsemen been lengaged. At that time adapted to raisingcotton, corn and Cone says next time he will
valiant service in harassing all kinds of vegetables. We wish a.fliver, as he had a'break -
being held for 75'cults and when this ships are bombarding enemy positions they performed :
figure is reached a large part of holdings Still further progress his been made the retreatirfg columns and in them much success, and hope that they had to stay in the woods {
win probably be sold. by the British in Palestine, the line rounding up prisoners. will be able to head off the prospec- hours, singing "Home, Sweet 9_





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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY OVE3IBER. '
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mI ooooo000000000 I STARKE MADE DISTRICTHEADQUARTERS
HADNOTSEENAWELL
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# IN WORK
RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. .

OF TICK ERADICATION

oooooooooeoooooH:1 DAY FOR S.
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This city has been made district %

h headquarters in tick eradication workas 1!

FIFTEEN YEARS the result of interest which has

been taken in the movement during recent
I months by the cattle owners of Ta

,,' the county.Dr. .

,I "I've Gained Twelve Pounds in E. 31. Nighbert has assigned Dr.

; I GOD BLESS YOU. BRAVE SOLDIERS Weight and Feel Like Dif- S. W. Harrison of his force to make ,
!* a Starke official headquarters and has

ferent Man," Says Master i given him Bradford, Baker and Clay
T counties to work in. Formerly all of
.
k The trumpet hath sounded the signal Painter. I
this territory belonged to the Jack- '
,; for war; S-O-l.MEGoodies
sonville district but there has been
,
,
The call of our country is heard from
t : afar. "It sounds like it would be enoughto -- so much sentiment developed here for j

.- Her flag is unfurled for the rights of say that Tanlac relieved me of trou- -- I eradication of the cattle fever ticks !

.' .' ; the world. bles that made me miserable for fifteen that the government has divided the "

Then on to the help of the nations that years, but that's not all this med- original territory so our people can -the kindthatme1t _. .

1 cry; icine did for me, for I've gained twelve :. '4 rS w have more help. Dr. Harrison arrivedIn 1 ,

Then on to the help of the people who pounds in weight besides, and I feel town Monday and will co-operate in your t _
; die. like a different man." .n with State Inspector Lacy Wynn and mouth __

.. Give freedom a chance on the fair The above remarkable statement the cattle owners who want to build -light '

I' plains of France. was made on October 27th by M. R. t cattle dipping. vats and dip cattle this : ,

God bless you brave soldiers! Good Chapman, a master painter who resides winter. n..a"1tcfc'er 'Wk 4 =it

i by! at 427 Third Street, Miami, Fla. ]fit," Dr. Harrison comes here from Indiana .. .:wts and .

i "I' e been a painter for thirty 3 t,' and states that he is very much doughnuts that just
he continued "and for fifteen with the outlook for stock
. ) years, pleased keep
The tread of the tyrant is heard on you hangiDj"'round
1 our shores years of that time I've hardly known raising in this section. Owing to the the '
s ft'I. ; what it was to have a well day. My wonderful climate of Florida, there i all made pantGrs *:
The shackles of conquest are laid at with I
our doors. nerves were so torn up that my hand pasturage here practically all the year,,

: And the mailed hand of might would shook like a leaf and I couldn't sleepat while in the Northern states they have; CALUMET ,;

i night, my stomach was so upset pasturage for four or five months on
throttle the
1; i.. Then on to the trenches right.and on to the j that the sight of food made me sick ly. He believes that with the eradica BUMS PODEI'the i- ___

} sea, and I would have spells of what is tion of the tick this state will becomeone safest, purest, moet

( a Where the conflict called 'Painter's Colic' that would almost of the foremost cattle raising sec economical kind. Try
: is raging that man :
may be free. drive me distracted. My head tions of the country. itdrivelwI1bakeoda:1failures.." .
would ache and swim until I could This gives Bradford county exceptional
Give freedom a chance on the fair You save when JOabaJ ";
hardly stay on a ladder and no medicine opportunity for forging the t.
+ plains of France. DR. RAY PALMER. You savetghearancyk.! .
: ',l God bless you brave soldiers! Good I took gave me any relief. front in the work, as both the federal Calumet contains only gncfc":! -
-I
: "That's what makes it .. and state will Lgredients as ban been,'
seem so wonderful inspectors give their
_:, by! ,Dr. Palmer was born in Mississippi with the Home Board, Southern Bap t officially '-t'" _
to be first -
well
i again. I've taken conducted attention to requests for help U-S-FoodAuthoAiel :
tist Convention. He has
; .: several bottles of Tanlac and I have reared and educated in Missouri and where vat construction work is await _
!j 1 In the of meetings all the from Seattle to HIGHEST a
name whose way '
ll i Jehovah not had a sign of my old troubles Illinois. He has been'pastor in Jef- ing supervision and then devote their .
i is San Diego from San Francisco to
shield
strength
:- our ;
In the name of our country that never since.' I can eat like a" farm hand, ferson City, Missouri; Stockton, California New York City; from Chicago to New spare time to preliminary organizationwork
'. p'' 'I would yield sleep like a log and I seem to feel ; and Portland Me.; was at one Orleans, and from San Antonio to in the other counties. _
< younger as I older. All I could The government officials in Wash
': : grow time staff of Dr.
on J. Wilbur
: To the mailed hand of might that Chap- Washington D. C. Thousands have
,{ say wouldn't tell half the gratitude I ington are transferring number of
\ man. This is Dr. Palmer's a
i.. I would throttle the right, feel to Tanlac." fifth year been won to Christ under his ministry experienced! tick ,eradication men to
Let us on to the help of the nations
s Tanlac is sold in Starke .
by D. C. Florida from territories which are being -
: 11\;\ _that
; 'I Let cry; Cason and by one druggist in every REVIEW OF TROOPS BY GEN. SAD-EYED SPECTATORSSEE released from tick fever quarantine
to the
of
us on help the
: people
). '; :1 who die. other town in Bradford County.-Adv. DUVALL AT CHICAMAUGA PARK SHERIFF "SPREAD JOY." recognizing the importance of
i getting this state freed of ticks
so
; ;. I Give freedom a chance on the fair -
more and better cattle be raisedto
can
; plains of France. 3,000 Cadets March Like s
VeteransH.
SEVERAL FLORIDA BOYS Many interested spectators stood
help supply beef for the and
i ; );E God bless you brave soldiers! Goby C. Richard Among the Number. around and watched Sheriff Eppersonas Allies. army
,. AMONG DEAD AT our
ACON
he officiated at master of ceremon-
( : Cattle are too valuable and the demand G
';i By Robert T. Bentley Meridianville ies in
I The Chattanooga Daily Times givesa "spreading joy" Saturday morn- for beef is too great to permitthe
"t. Ala. PNEUMONIA CLAIMS NINETEEN ing in front of the court house. A
+ lengthy article ih regard to the re- ticks sucking the life blood out of r4tga .
: iL --.---- VICTIMS view of the troops at Chicamauga number of the onlookers offered to relieve our cattle.
.1"
: DURING PAST
WEEK
Park the sheriff of his trouble but he
: UNNECESSARY by Major General Duvall whichis .
.'l: :: :1" CHRISTMAS GIV AT CAMP WHEELER. particularly interesting to the people stood by until the sad duty was com-
I BOY SCOUTS
I ING. of pleted. It seem strange to speakas DEFEAT HAMPTON. '
;;"' Co Bradford county on account of may II. G. HARDING &: CO. .
\ one of the number in the "spreading joy" as a sad duty, but
--- parade being Byron, Ga., Apr. 11 mi
The Starke
..i Boy Scouts met and defeated _
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f j MACON Ga. Nov. 18. Ten deaths Mr. H. C. we believe each and one of the "
J Richard who has completed every Old Kentucky Mfg. Co. ;0-
t ;: As the condition of our country has; the Hampton High School basket ;'i
will that the
from pneumonia occurred at the base his training his spectators agree occasionwas
; course passed examination Paducah Ky. 1';'
1. so radically changed in the last twelve ball five in that town last Friday
of sadness. Just think of it
hospital at Wheeler one
Camp during the and will soon receive officer's Gentlemen
H months it is an by the of 24 to 7. The : zr.:,"'
score Starke
t
accordingly necessary o
past twenty-four hours. There commission. The -fifty quarts of bright, sparkling liquor '
1 was a Daily Times I had cholera in my herd of 1
worked like
habits and boys well-oiled
change i
; our customs :n a machine
decrease in the number of new patients speaks of the parade as follows 1 poured into the yawning mouth of +! :
many instances. A large number o f ( : I and inside well practiced plays won recently and began feeding; the &;j
Medical officers attribute the increased a sewer-isn't that enough to make
Three thousand candidates Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure and
earnest Red Cross workers have for commissions i the game. i
deaths to the development of latent the eyes of the onlookers grow misty? I
in the national who ped losing hogs at once I vtsl
:
agreed that at this Christmas seaso: army The Tomlinson and Gus Beasley were the
cases. have been receiving instruction fifty-odd quarts were capturedby ing from four to five each nigit i ij
: will at for
r they not prepare expensive gift:S stars the local boys putting over ;
': for their relatives and friends but instead The deaths: Camp Warden McLean the reserve officers' the sheriff some time ago, and were many splendid plays, while Witt last !j til I began the use of.this prep
: William Braswell, Company D, 106th training in destroyed upon order from the court. :I raise about 200 head of hdglyear
; will write them a loving letter camp Chickamauga year Starke High School player was
I or send an appropriate card as a reminder Engineers, Cairo, Ga. Park passed in review yesterday af- the stella light for the Hampton boy ;' and never expect to be 'c.w' ..

x of their unchanging friendshiJ p. Ezekiel Hires, Company D, 106th ternoon before Major General Duvall, JUNIOR ROTARY CLUB MEETING.The The game was anything but slow and your remedy. )-1.1
This Engineers, Blountstown Fla. commanding general of the southeas- i Yours very truly,
plan dons not apply to childrenin was attended by many basket ball fans
} : the family as they can be made Homer Carver, Company G, 122d tern department. Fully a thousand first meeting of the The starke lads have not lost a game > H. G. HARDING -

i happy with simple toys, candy and I infantry John H., Talking McNeil Rock Ga. people from the city saw the parade.As Club will be held Monday evening Rotary, this season and have made the averageof i! For sale by D: C. Jones, th
Company Mr 123d 'I i
fruit soon as the column had Nov.2-9-16-23-30.
nor does it to the passedthe
; apply
points
twenty
poor infantry, Dothan, Ala. 8:30: p. m. at the club rooms. All per game. I
( in the community. reviewing stand, Gen. Duvall, Col. The line was as follows I C
members up :
Cassie G. Elmore must be on time. Important
F
Company 116th
( ,: ; At the coming Christmas season Field Artillery Campbellton Fla. Slocum, and the general staff, accom- business meeting, followed by social Starke Hampton Whenever You Need a General!
?' panied by Maj. DeReviers, Capt. Lor- Wall TakeQrove'fc.The 4
} many patriotic people are planning to Martin R. Daniels ,hour. center Turner. :
Company.L, 124 iot and Lieut. 'Vernet of the French : Old Standard Grove' -
the G.
give amount i Beasley
they guard Witt.
: usually spend
on
infantry, Bloomingdale, Ga. CLIFF C. TATUM ;
\ Army made chill Tonic is valnabk.
: gifts for their friends to the Red Crossor a general inspection of I Tomlinson guard Saxon. :! equally ;
Winton A.
# t Wainwright Company the brigade, passing in front and Secretary. ; General Tonic because it conti
J the Y. M. C. A. to help our own D, 116th Machine Gun rear Colley forward Harden.. '\,
Battalion of well known tonic properties of Ql ,
each unit
in column.
: As each bat-
i men and those across the water who Townsend Ga. talion I Beasley, C. forward Wall. and IRON. It acts on the Liver

h" I are in such dire need. Gidd Montgomery Company L, 121st' the was field inspected by the battalion, it was marchedoff I Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe RefereeFairplay.Score I out Malaria Enriches the Blood j.
,' infantry Fullvflle Ala. comman Old Standard general strengthening tonic, : Builds up the Whole System. .60.m.
:; :: 'i der. GROV 'S TASTELESS chill TON.C.drives outUtlaria.enricheatheblood.and Starke _________10 14 24! I
Oscar Joiner C 123d infantry builds -------- -
Company ni'thes.vstem.
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A. ', THESE MEN IN KHAKI. Donovan Ala. After inspecting the troops, Gen. I A true tonic. Fcr adult*and children. 6Cc Hampton __,____________ 7 0- 7.. TRESPASS SIGNS FOR "SALI..
',. Duvall, Col. Slocum -
There were nineteen deaths from their staffs and
These men in khaki whom we meet pneumonia during the week of November the French officers, inspected the

<\ ; ; everywhere we go look serious. Their 11 to 17. trenches, after which Gen. Duvall

j faces are tense. They are living Dr. Stillman, of the Rockefeller In- made a fifteen minute address to the

more in the future than in the pres- stitute New York has been at the candidates.

I ent. They hear the big guns roaring base hospital for ten days making a There is only one word that will con-

j i in France and already they feel the study of the types of pneumonia. vey the proper idea of the impression W ASTINfi SA VINfi Which11
i : I thrill of the charge from trench to I created by the marching appearanceand or

j trench. Yet we can see in that look drill of the candidates, and that is

i Pf **riC'usness the light of a new man I 100 MANGLED CHILDREN. the word used by both Gen. Duvall .

hood. That light has driven away all and Col. Clocum when describing it- "'I'

S- : self-seeking and aimless experience. No other thing has stirred as deeplythe "Fine!" The lines of the companies Our entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomesa 1

t i That light means the advent of a spir- real American sentiment in this is they passed the reviewing stand -
.I it which is to redeem the world-the section as the publication of the editorial I were well-night perfect, notwithstanding national duty for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste.

S i: spirit of self-sacrifice. We were standing "The Blood of Snakes." That the fact that the companies on an Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as
i at a railroad ticket office a few such atrocities, committed in cold[ average consisted of fifteen squads.
A days ago and could not avoid overhearing blood, and repeatedly are actual and I On halting the rifles came together well is almost wholly dependent upon the manner in which we produce and

4 T the conversation of two young men not figments of biased reports was 'ith snap, and on stepping off from a save. You can husband financial the and'
pennies
your resources by saving
I in khaki standing near. They were there set forth in a manner that could I halt: ; came up in cadence and together. '.i

,I discussing a certain form of life insurance not be disputed. Now comes the fol Taken all in all, the candidates "did depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless

for soldiers. The younger used lowing clipping from the Marengo, themselves proud," and Col. Slocuu and trivial
when later will
be
things in
,, ; the expression, "If I should be kill- i (Iowa) Republican date of October and the instructors of the camp trusty they demand for the necessities.. :

ed in France," in the same tone of 3 1, 1917. which paper was received bEd have a feeling of perfect satisfaction

voice he would have used had he been Butler a former citizen of Maren- after seeing the result of their workon Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank

I talking of a business deal and consid- g o. and now a member of the Lees- this occasion.

: ering the contingency of his falling to burg city.council: at: close of business Sept llth 1917. ?
J make the deal. It was sober talk, but "A; hundred Belgian children wereI I 0000000OOO J000
: it was thrilling. recently taken across the continent on '0

Ii i the last stretch of their journey fromI 0 I TRAIN SCHEDULE. RESOURCES LIABILITIES

. ; .: A SAFE TEST. Europe to a Belgian settlement in $ . S II' Washington. The Algona (Iowa) Advance S> New time table went into effect <8> Loans and Discounts $197,296.91 Capital Stock paid in $2S,

gives an interview with a young 012:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, <> State County and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00-'
1
; For those who are in need of rem- <8>
a and trains will
follows
( who the travelers. run as : Claims and
man inspected Resources
' 9,416.98 Undivided 2,10259.P
less
edy for kidney troubles and backache '$ <& profits expenses paid

# I' it is a good plan to try Doan's Kidney ranged"The from children babies a hundred to 12 or of 13 them years, 0' Jacksonville to Tampa. <3:> Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 Cashiers checks outstanding 66950o

d 4 w' Pills. They are strongly recommended old and all but one, a little boy had <> No. 3-----___________10:55 a. m. All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 261,568.90
,
by Palatka people: $ No. 1 _____ __ ,
,, been mutilated by command of Prus --- __ ___11:14 p. m. $ Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Louis F. Rossingnol steamboat pilot 0 No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 m. <3> 832,52'Cash
sian soldiers. Most of the had p.
t' : Oak and Seventh streets, Palatka, their right hands amputated boys so that 0 <> on hand and in Banks' 69,933.08 ,
Fla., : 0 Jacksonville .
says to Cedar Key. <& -

.,. r .. 1 "I had a dull pain over my kidneys. they Prussian could armies.never fire Many a gun had against lost the an b No. 21_______________ 4:50p.m. TOTAL $30 .340.99 TOTAL $305,340.99' ) .
The kidney secretions were irregular 0 <8>
: ,. in passage and-I was obliged to get ear and a number their noses. 0 Tampa to Jacksonville. .....'

.. 'I up many times during the night Owing the"And little most horrible had had of their all some breasts of I I 0 No. 4_______________ 3:26: p. m.- o This bank invites you, as a loyal citizen, to begin saving now. If you;.,

j to my work I had to be out in all girls A No. 2_______________ 4:51 a.'m. are not a depositor, a dollar will for and deposit --
cut that they might be open an account can
: + x \ kinds of weather and I blamed that for: away so never 0 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. you, you :
.- able to suckle a boy who could grow 0 at any time in any sum. We
my trouble. I was advised by different > pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly.
to be Belgian soldier and 4
r- up a avenge b >
, people to try Doan's Kidney Pill: Cedar Key to Jacksonville.' 0 f- s
; so I got some. I was more than pleased the wrongs of his fatherland. 0 No. 20__._______'.____ 9:18 a. m. Q 1
... to find that they rid me of the< "Americans can't realize the frightful +9 & i

t trouble. It has now been three years crimes against all civilization be- 0 Starke and Wannee. Bradford County Bank

t- since I took them and I have never ing committed by the Prussian armies 0 (Daily Except Sunday)
l' had a return attack. I have told many until they see it with their own eyes." 0 No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. *? >
! ; -Leesburg Commercial. G No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. $
. f about experience with
t people my
.. t- i e
.; X I mend Doan's them.Kidney Pills and'always recom His Compromise. e. T. J. GRIFFIN <$? Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. {x

Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don' "You shouldn't have spun your top Agent f
Starke Florida.
x,;, simply ask for a kidney remedy-get again Robbie. Mollie can't say her Oil8000000 }

Doan's Kidney Pills-the same thatMr. prayers with it humming away like i N. T. RITCH, Pre.
Rossingnol had. Foster-Milburn that" "That's all right, mother. It's Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell W.T Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Caa6inA

Co, Props., Buffalo N. Y. ((38) humming a hymn." everybody. Advertise
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.
PAGE THREE
t FRIDAY NOVEMBER, 23, W17
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... GERMANY WON'T MAKEA America. They feel too keenly that German relations and cautioned large or strong enough to accomplishmuch r
} they need America, and they would against any hope that Austria will and had been put down. Mostof
f News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. SEPARATE PEACE WITH like to stem the tide of hate before it fall away from her big ally, for, he them were shot, other in esceptional -

- PRESENT RUSSIAN RULER becomes mutual, and the United Statesare explained, she is too dependent, financially cases had been put back into serviceon
P. alienated, perhaps, for all time. I and militarily to be able to' their promise to be good. ,,3

"They know that after the war thereis i shake loose, much as she might like to This spirit, he continued, extendedto
[Live State NewsTold REPORTS SAY KAISER WILL ONLY only one country in the world where do so. The German military author- the army also, fanned by a flame of 1

TREAT WITH CONSTITUTED they can get the money they shall need ities see to it that German soldiers jealously and dislike. Thus he said he

RUSSIAN ASSEMBLY. -America-and they are worrying are intermingled with Austrian troops, knew that miniature battles had been }
I
r by Our Exchanges. I aplenty nowadays. They, and all Ger- not only to spur them on, but also to fought between Bavarian and Prussian -
many, want increasingly a peace that their
prevent quitting.
> I troops, and that certain troops on
I LONDON, Nov. 20.-Germany has shall specify, among other things, the Regarding the naval and military the east front had on one occasion mutinied -
SANFORD.-The first two solid condition. He they had no warn- refused to negotiations right 'to purchase raw as well as fin-
says open peace situation, he told of mutinies aboard and declared in favor of march- ..
' to leave Sanford this ing before Suarez rushed into the with the headed ished materials anywhere in the worldon
[ cars of lettuce I provisional government battleships, as hinted by von Capelle. ing on Berlin rather than Petrograd.
i season were rolled on Wednesday and house and began to blaze away. I by Nickolai Lenine. the same terms as any other na- The men had, he said, dismounted guns Naturally all news about these and .

! Thursday consigned to Chas. Pape & i According to statements printed in tion. and thrown them overboard, had as- similar clashes had been carefully suppressed -J
". Co., New York, by C. L. Smith, their LAKELAND.-W. S. Wilkes, weal- the Petrograd newspapers, the kaiser "Every indication points to probable saulted officers and refused to obey or- and leaked out only when the "
representative here. The lettuce was thy Lakelander, convicted of murder- has informed the committee of Rus- confiscation of property and repudia- ders, in the hope of crippling the Ger- soldiers returned or wrote home, in the "
tion of perhaps half of the loan
1 grown by Sheridan Jewett. ing his mother-in-law, Mrs. Dice Rain sian soldiers' and workmen's deputies I totals after the war. Even war the man navy and bringing about a peaceof same way that sailors in Hamburg 7 j c
: has abandoned the idea of appeal- that he will treat for peace only with per- '
of the
ey centage of property to be confiscatedis desperation in that way. The mutinous and Kiel spread the first reports '
: WEST PALM BEACH-M. M. Bur- ing his case to the Supreme Court, the legal successor of the imperial being talked of, and it seems prob- forces, however, had not been mutinies aboard the ships. .0. #+!
taken the government or with a constituent assembly I .
to
4 dine lies at the Emergency hospital and on Saturday was able that the government will take
with a broken collar bone, serious State Prison Farm at Raiford, wherehe of the Russian people.Today's .
r twenty cent of everything."On .
per
; bruises and cuts about the face as the is receiving hospital treatment. He dispatches confirm the news
-: result of an automobile accident when has been in poor health since the trial, of Saturday that the Bossheviki are the other hand, it seems prob- 1j't
generally in control of affairs throughout able from all I hear that an even half <
1 Mr. Burdine drove his Hudson Super- eating very little and apparently mak- !.f
in endeavoring to for his Russia, but indicate that a state of of all outstanding war loans will be .. <
: Six into a telegraph pole ing no attempt care physical ;..
.' chaos approaching anarchy probably nullified. The seventh will suffer as .- ..
to avoid a collision with an automobile condition. The crime for which he
driven by H. D. Knight, of the. was convicted was one of the most : prevails in many of the cities and the first, and the first as the seventh. l-
.'' Foster & Foster Company. brutal in the history of Polk county.He provinches.What Fifty per cent will be repaid, and the L1 A. BROWN
was tried only for the murder of has become of Kerensky, the other fifty per cent will either be can
-
B. Stewart his mother-in-law, but he is chargedalso former premier, is uncertain. A Ber- celled or will merely continue to draw
CALLAHAN.-Hon. J. with killing his wife, shooting the lin dispatch says that he and Lenine interest-will be a sort of perpetual .
{ of Hilliard, has been appointed county two down in.plain view of neighbors.His have agreed to a compromise which investment, the capital for which can-
judge of Nassau county by Governor will place the radical force sin undis- not be realized.
defense was based on an insanity
.- Catts, to fill deceased.the unexpired Mr. Stewart term of, plea, but he was found guilty of sec- puted control of the government untilan Immigration Forbidden."As GENERAL MERCHANDISEBrooker

_. L Beugent, in the ond degree'murder. assembly can be elected. Another sure as anything can be pre-
who represented Nassau county report, from Petrograd, is that Keren- dicted, there will be in the Central
lower house of the state legislature sky has again escaped from that city Powers a series of laws forbidding
!. session of that body, is an TAMPA. Steel of themof Florida.
at the 1917 ships, ten and is raising another army to renew emigration. And in anticipation of : :
,. attorney of ability and his fnends con- ,I 9,500 tons each, will be built in the attempt to overthrow the Maxi- this, countless Germans today are : t.X.
:, gratulate him in getting the appoint- this city at cost of $16,000,000 to $18- malists. talking about ways and means of get-

",';!' ment. 000,000 within the next three years, It is reported from London that the ting away after the war. South and
and it is not impossible that the con- American ambassador at Petrogradhas North America, and peculiarly enough For the Win- ,

.';:. GAINESVILLE. approaching tract may be duplicated for the suc- asked for a train to convey 200 New Zealand and Australia, are the ter I f >
Alachua County Fair will be the big- ceeding tHree years, according to an- members of the American colony from havens to which they speak of flee- 8m: ea- 4 .*
". best held here, new nouncement available here recently that The e. *
gest and ever city. ing. first German ship that landsin turing
buildings having been provided to when it was learned that Admiral' W. Americans have been warned to America after hostilities will leave I

house the exhibits of hogs, cattle, cotton L. Capps, general manager of the leave the country by the American am- fifty per cent of its crew behind."It .

..r and other staples. for which this Emergency Shipbuilding Corporation, bassador.. is becoming clearer and clearerto Men'sI
g ;;ti-- famous will be made. The had signed an order authorizing the -There -has been no fighting- in Pet- Germans every May that all the 1
is said literally "lousy" removal of the Oscar Daniels Com- since last week it is
farmers, it are rograd Sunday, talk that has gone around about a
i: with money from sales of long staple pany contract from Brunswick, Ga., said but the Bolsheviki leaders haveso "Central Europe," after the model of j 1 -

: cotton and of fine hogs, on which they to Tampa. The Oscar Daniels Com- far been unable to agree among Professor Naumann and others, will be Women's ,
are specializing. pany has secured a three-year leaseon themselves upon a cabinet with whichto out of the question. //I ,
the Tampa Shipbuilding and En- inaugurate their administration of I :J'If
; "Contrary to the belief that
seemsto
gineering Company's estuary plant affairs. I j
government
MIAMI. The committees appointed and several carloads of machinery pur- be almost universal outside of Germany ;
1 to make a whirlwind canvass for chased for the. proposed plant at -.5 I really believe that Pan-Ger andChildren's
*j the Y. M. C. A. war fund reported Brunswick, but held up pending the The Telegraph will send the paper manism is on the decrease rather than .' '
:' Monday evening. The amount called completion of the deal here and authorization free to every man in the service of the increase among the masses of the :
for from Miami and Dade county was from the Shipping Board, the United States. It is only necessaryto people, and this despite the increased
;... ten thousand dollars. The subscription have been started to Tampa. give us the correct address and noise vrywhere in Grmany and the intensive -
:: committee reported as collecting when a change is made to give the way in which it is being en-
; something over twelve thousand dol- new address.-Starke Telegraph. couraged. The reason for this is that
w lars. A box of grapefruit was given JACKSONVILLE. During this Would Editor Matthews mind telling more and'more the German people are

to be sold, the proceeds to go to the week Frank K. Ferrell will be taken us where he buys his paper-Gaines- coming to realize what a catastropheit Iothing
Y. M. C. A. fund. The fruit sold at out to the state penitentiary where he ville Sun. That's so, Bro. Pepper, but will be for them after the war is '% H
from one to ten dollars each. is to serve a term of' twelve years, we never thought of the cost of the over if they are hated in all the world. t
which sentence was given him by paper. To the contrary because of the Pan-Germanism, they are coming to
Judge James M. Peeler in the criminal frequent news of how glad the soldier feel, is likely to intensify the feeling I am depending on this special line to get

PENSACOLA.-Angry because he court of record, Ferrell having con- boys are over receiving the Telegraph, against them, and thereby make their and hold trade and I prepared to make
had been chastised by his mother, Geo. of the of your am
victed last week charge as- we believe the obligation is on our side economic struggle-in the future more .
Schambeau, 14-year-old son of Mr. and sault with intent to kill Miss Louise after all. difficult." attractive offers everything that to k
goes
} Mrs. P. Schambeau, attempted to kill Daniels, of South Jacksonville. Fer- Will Stand by Ally. you

himself Monday morning shortly after rell formerly served in the army and DISSATISFACTION IN GER- He then touched briefly on Austro- warm and adorn the human individual. You also l!
; 6 o'clock by shooting himself through I after his return here resided with his
; the abdomen with a 32 calibre pistol. family on West Duval street. It is MANY ACUTE IN BRANCHES find this store headquarters for
He was taken to the Pensacola hospital alleged that he became infatuated with
OF AND NAVY
ARMY
and operated upon and is in sucha Miss Daniels and represented himselfto H

serious condition that his chances for be a single man. His attentionswere Staple and Fancy 6roceries
recovery are not considered good. It spurned by Miss Daniels and one NATURALIZED AMERICAN LEFT A

was stated that the boy had often said afternoon, during the past summer, GERMANY BECAUSE HE WAS
he will kill himself, but his parents while she
was nearing her home in .
in the IMPRESSED FOR SERVICE. We the highest cash prices for chickens ;
did not believe he was serious company with a young woman friend, R pay ,

; threat Ferrell approached and drew a pistol and all country produce.
and fired several shots. Miss Danielswas eggs,
wounded but the injuries BERNE, Nov. 17.-There has just HARDWAREW
fortunately -
and be convinced.
Come
LAKELAND-This city won the were not serious. Ferrell, after arrived here from Germany a natural- see
next convention of the Florida Real- ...
the shots the ized American who has lived in Ger-
firing turned pistol
tors Association, Tampa and Daytona upon himself and the wounds he sus- many throughout the war;worked in W We can clothe you from head to foot from
giving way to Lakeland. An invitationwas German cities for J
seaport passing
tained for time considered to or
received from Thos. C. Hammond, were a being considered a German subject, one of the largest lines of furnishings that has ;;., .
terminate his life. He eventually recovered {'.
president of the Realtors' Association, A
and while in the attempted mingling not only with the common
hospital been displayed in Brooker. At service. ;
inviting the members to hold the next people, but having occasional access'to ever your
several times to make his escape .r
convention in Tampa. Daytona was '' .
the councils of the high.
.
also placed in the field, but after sev- oDOWLING In his opinion Germany is suffering R

eral expressions favoring Lakelandwere acutely now, and dissatisfaction and L. A. BROWN .yam

heard, members from Tampa GOES BACK AS worse reign in certain strata of her E
and Daytona withdrew and this city army and navy. Recent mutinous up-
', was chosen by acclamation. SHERIFF OF DUVAL AND risings have had to be sternly oppres- ,:f!

.- sed and the mutineers: shot. Thoughtful C. Jones
HAYES LEWIS GOES OUT
JACKSONVILLE.-: The Atlantic Germany, he thinks, comprising I BROOKER; FLORIDA.We ,,
men of the Ballin type, is desperhte-
restaurant was the scene of a bold Starke Florida ,
hold-up at an early hour Tuesday, a TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 17.-Governor ly anxious to end the war before the ,

lone bandit rifling the cash drawer Catts yesterday afternoon signedan United States has been utterly alienat wInuJllllJLnJLnuIL ...

; and getting away with about $25. Only order reinstating W. H. Dowlingas ed.This
the night man and a negro chef was sheriff of Duval county, effective man left Germany early in October .
on duty when a young white man entered Dec. 1. This will give Sheriff Hayes because he had reason to fear I ;
F and ordered a cup of coffee. Fin Lewis ample time in which to check that he was going to be impressed for .

ishing the drink he went.to the cash- out, it was stated. military service. The German gov- .
I
ier's desk to pay his bill and when Mr. Dowling said tonight: "The ernment had refused to recognize the .i
validity of his American naturalization Want You
-
the
night man opened the drawer to governor this morning gave me a
make change the stranger covered hearing on the charges upon which I ,- since he failed to comply with .

him with a vicious gun, aad order him was removed, and they were not sus- the law existing in 1913 and did not
to stand still, which he did, of course. tained; therefore I was reinstated." seek the consent of the German gov- 1..
He then cooly appropriated, all cash Mr. Dowling could not hide his ernment to his step. To get out he had !
within reach and made his to induce the Spanish embassy to bring '
getaway. pleasure and did not try to. He said As
the Governor sent for him and it wasa pressure to bear on the German gov- a Depositor
ernment. On reaching Switzerland, .
great surprise to him.
LEESBURG
-Awakened shortly be- one of his first steps was to seek the \
fore midnight intense heat and "Do you think the walking away
by a
roar of flames, the family of T .J. of Stein, the'motion picture man who Associated whom he first Press correspondent, to This ;
proved satisfactorilyhis
Johns barely had time to leap from was sentenced to seven years for as- American citizenship, then volun- in Bank :
sault girl under eighteen
on a years
upstair windows and escape from the teered such information as he -
of age and was a trusty in the Duval possessed .
burningtuilding with only such night about the of .
Germany as duty a
clothes as they had on. The familywas county jail, had anything to do with I
patriotic American citizen. Strangely You will be in for several
living in apartments built into the I, the decision" of the Governor to oust enough at the very moment he was good company,
big livery barn Third street which Lewis? Dowling was asked.
,
on telling his story with details about
was conducted by Mr. Johns. Thehern "No," he replied, "I do not think mutinies in the German navy, the Ger- hundred of the people of this county bank .
was well filled with hay and con- that had any bearing on the case." man minister of marine, Admiral von :
tained several horres and mules, It is believed here that Attorney .
wag- Capelle, was announcing the naval mu- with Make the start today. .
ons and one automobile. How the fire General Van Swearirgen, who, with tinies to the reichstag. us.
started is a mystery, the first alarm enator Trammell was with the Governor in Spring."The I
being given when the family escaped.At in Georgia recently, brought about economic Collapse situation. : in. Oer-_ !>
that time the entire main buildingwas the reinstatement of Dowling. Soon he said "is far than ..
many, worse
in flames. after the legislature adjournment last anyone on the outside realizes, it is so $112,000.; Resources
session, about six months ago, Dowl- critical that I for one look for a break, Deposits $130,000't

TAMPA.-Killing his wife as she ing was removed and Hayes Lewis, of a collapse, next spring or late in the
sat at a table in the kitchen to her Jackson county appointed sheriff of I late winter. Nor are the good crops
home talking to Antonio Diaz, Jose Duval in his stead. Dowling was given -I that one hears boasted about every

Suarez, a Cuban, went to a vacant lot a hearing yesterday on charges once in so often going to change the '
nearly a mile away and committed then made against him of failing to situation materially. .
.suicide, by shooting himself early this enforce the prohibition laws of Jack- "Throughout the German people Bank of Starke :
morning. Before he shot his wife he sonville,and the charges were not sus- there is what amounts to a hatred of

shot Antonio Diaz, a young Cuban, tained. Dowling is wiring his friends America, and this hatred has been ,
who was seated at the table with the the news, he said.TRESPASS. carefully concentrated on President '

woman at her boarding house in the Wilson, because it is easier to hate a THE BANK. OF HELPFUL SERVICE 4

eastern part of the city. It was sever- SIGNS: man that a nation, especially a nation ':
al hours before the police hunting for that is the home of pretty nearly t .
Suarez as the murderer of Mrs. Suarez everyone's relative. Stale, County and City Depository "

found his body. The couple had been Just off the press, a new lot of "No '"But the big men of Germany, the
separated more than a year. Diaz Trespassing and "Hunting Forbid men who have to look ahead and guide

Ban Suarez fired three shots at him den" placards. Large type, on heavy the empire after the war, do not hate E. S. MATTHEWS, President TED H. HALLIGAN Cashier
before shooting Mrs. Suarez. One hit "
him in the arm and another enteredhis cardboard. Call at the Telegraph of- Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- -

abdomen. He is in a precarious fice, Starke. erybody. Advertise! hI
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAy, NOVEp-

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L* ter gathering, some good cover crop We are still in the trenches and it is POTATO CANNING PLANTIS '

i !' li Bradford<< County Telegraph must be planted to prevent damage to pretty cold in there, but all the boys NOW IN OPERATION ''

'! the lands. For. this purpose oats will take it good-naturedly and seem to i H. L FOWLH

\ used in the section mentioned like it I like crr for I know
if' ii Published Weekly, and entered as sec* be largely i _.my i The new sweet potato canning plant
F$"' l' ; also much wheat will be planted, It is getting us ready to go across. All !I recently put in by H. A. Shaver &

L, ft, ODd class matter at the post-office at and some clover. On the average lands the boys in my company are anxiousto Company, began operations Monday the Pnder 1B

! :.tt. B, i! Starke, Florida. wheat produces from fifteen to twenty get over there and do what little morning, and is now running on full Man

,-, bushels, but oats produce better, run- they can. time using both a day and night shift.

ti: ." E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner ning as high as fifty bushels to the Our company took $7,350 worth of : The plant employs about fifty operatives -
'f.: acre. the second Liberty Bonds. I thought but Mr.
and could use more,
j J1 ? G. B. JORDAN, Associate Editor. In this section little attention was that was good as the company has only Shaver says he has been unable to secure A full line of Hardware

' paid to increasing the production of 75 men. The whole camp took over a sufficient number of people to

i sugar cane, but next year, in all prob- $1,500,000. I think that was a fine run the plant to full capacity.

I .. ability, this crop will be given more showing. They let us all go to Chat- With the present number of opera- .

1j1LT ..THESOLDIER'S consideration. In past years syrup tanooga on that day to the big liberty tives they are putting up between four Furniture of all kinds :

SWEETHEART. I I brought around fifty cents a gallon, parade. The parade was something and five thousand cans each day, and

: 'I put up in one-gallon cans. This year grand. There were about 10,000 per- there is a great deal more work in

u.a X I one is indeed lucky if he can buy syrupat sons in it, including 7,000.soldiers. I this than one not familiar with the -t

t : LL Much has been said and written on eighty cents-and furnish his own I had my kodak with me and got several business wduld suspect. The potatoesare ,I -

; the subject of providing our soldiers cans at thatCHEAP I pictures of the parade. ,0 first placed in wire baskets and O Goods

; with safeguards against immoral and Thanking you again for the Tele. carried to the washing platforms, Arriving Daily

f; :- sinister influences. BEEF IN ENGLAND. graph and with love and best wishes where they are cleaned; thenthey. are ,

The efforts put forth in that direc- % for the folks back in old Starke, I am, placed in a tank and go through a

t- : \ tion have been magnificent. "In the last week sliced bacon of Very sinl1r-t'f 1Y, scalding process. They are then peeled Z

: The work of the Y. M. C. A. and good quality has advanced at retail to ERSKINE C. SCOTT. and packed in the cans, and the A Carload of Wire Just

_-, kindred organizations in connection 55 cents and in some places to 60 centsa S cans placed on a conveyor which car- ReceivedI

with the camp and cantonment life of pound," says Capper's Weekly. "The ries them through a steaming ma-

'r wonderfully carriedt' price has jumped, while the price of WAKULLA TAX COLLECTOR this
; ... our boys is being chine. Leaving they are conveyed -
out hogs declined about 6 cents. To be SUSPENDED BY GOVERNOR to the crimping machine, where the

efforts appreciated by the sure, the price of pork on the hoof has the cans auto-
These
o. : are covers are placed on I sell nothing but good Pinder
i men in khaki, and we have been priv- come up some since, but that doesn't TALLAHASSEE Nov. 17.-W. G. matically. After the covers are puton -t Seed
,
I 8to
ileged to read many letters from the explain the disparity."The the cans are then placed in the
Durrance, tax collector of Wakulla
". to the moral influence government must regulate retail where are cooked and have stock
I ( Tampa boys testifying county, was today suspended from of. cooking vats, they a good of
from these sources. prices."It then
and packedin
emanating for three hours, are
i
fice by order of Governor Catts, the
'.' 1" But great though the influence of is without power to do so under crates for shipment.The .
of
removal made
;: i : the chaplains and the Y. M. C. A. is, the present law, but tan obtain the Assistant being State Auditor upon Margin report C. canning plant is quite an addi- them on hand now.
but that the necessary authority from Congress by Starke in thatit
be doubt
. there can no tion to the industries of
: McIntosh to the effect that
soldier the time it is fully prepared to begin "large
the
that of
rl : best moral influence sums of money" had beeh collected gives employment to a number
r- i has is his sweetheart. announcing prices. during Mr. Durrance's term local people and in affording the farm- WHEREz
. present
And that is not said to belittle the "The physical worker must have of office from time to time, "beginningfrom ers a market at home for their sweet

r. ;) work of the people mentioned; rather meat. Yet he cannot pay existing pri. the 1916 roll," which he has fail- potatoes. For these reasons the citizens
is it offered as an incentive to the sol. ces for meat and continue to eat the of the town shou1d lend every co-
; ed and refused to turn into
.- dier's sweetheart to rise to her respon I quantity of meat he probably re- the, neglected state treasury. Upon this evidence operation possible to make this new 1355---1 57---1359 Main St. 1I

,sibility and privilege quires. the removal order states, "I industry in our midst a success.
I A Tribune reader telling of a visit "Conditions are not satisfactory to him of malfeasance in of- -- -------
find
; he is convinced the American people, and will not be, guilty yPlITICAL O Lake Butler Florida I

t : .. : to that a cantonment the girl the, says soldier left behind while it remains the fact that American fice." ++ + + + + + +ANNOUNCEMENTS.+ + + + + + + + 4+ ,

his life than meats, exported to Europe are No appointment of a successor to
I! I r' him prohibition-and is a bigger thing that's in the biggest sold to the ultimate consumer at prices Durrance has been announced. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -

i other that ever happened substantially below the prices paid FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP 1. '-.
thing
1 single SNow I am a candidate for membership in the
'I t. to the army. He says: by the ultimate American consumer. House of Representatives and hereby announcemy ,.. -
I time for suchas --
is the new syrup, in the coming pri.mal' -
need of this stay two "The most recent copy of the London candidacy: in Group 1
"If proof ,
I you only Florida can produce and which ). I feel that I know the needs of our
I days in camp and see"the mail carrier :Times to reach ,this officql, of cannot be found outside her bounds. county and Itate in a legislative way and hav-
)i ; t street. There is date Uctober 1, containing the government in gbeen chief clerk of the House for the session -
.t ;. come to a company I Ii meat for the month While meats are so dear, this delicious of 1917 I am familiar with the proceed LAKE BUTLER
i : ; : r an eagerness present! that even mess prices new relish serve to take their placeto ings of said body. I solicit the support cf all BAKERY
f just after a hike cannot arouse. And shows prices (wholesale) onsiderably may democratic voters and. if elected, promise
There is little of the
; : .- lower than obtain the some extent faithful and efficient services. R. A. GREEN.
the light that shines in the soldier'seyes near packing I
: muscle forming ingredients in syrup,

;. t when he receives back the to dainty him white from houses"English here.prices are in two classes, but it contains a large amount of the . . . . Lake Butler Florida
I envelopc, passed carbohydrates which serve to keep the + LEGAL"NOTICES 4 ,:
the crowd is the one of home meats and the other of >
; hand to hand through body warm in cold weather. Its only 4 . + . . '
. j sort of light that is good to see, and imported. 1-
which puts the devil to rout. "The prices allowed on English beef, rival in this respect is fat pork.- Notice for Publication.
l.
..;. : : "And fudge, that much 'maligned, mutton, pork and so on, are material. U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., Bread Cakes and Pies

II much scoffed at conglomeration of ly higher than the prices allowed on Why Bank Officials Get Gray. Nov. 16, 1917.

' sugar and chocolate! 'It is soul food American meats imported. "By the way, Mrs. Small, that check Notice is hereby given that Thomas
: ; and "On English beef loin the October K. Postell, who on September 147.1912; ,
to the soldier, a message of cheer cuts !IOU deposited the other day came back I
t.. f courage, a token of love and affection, English price wholesale is 20 marked 'No funds." "Oh, thanks! I made homestead entry, No. 010954, for L. C. SMITH, Proprietor .
'I
t i a reminder of home ties-and besides cent sa pound, and on American beef won't deposit it this time. I'll cash it southeast quarter of northeast quar-

i, it's good to eat Sweets, it has of the same cut the English price is instead.-Life. ter, section 2, township 6 S., range 23 Prompt Delivery Phone 78'i

been well established, are a defense 12 tt cents. E., Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no-

?" I against the craving for drink; they "The highest wholesale price of tice of intention to make three-year .

;;3, i are food and stimulant But when mutton, lamb or pork (American) allowed fLASSIFIEDHV proof, to establish claim to the land -- ---- --- -,-- ..
', '; t. ..- they come from the girl of one's by the British government for above described, before clerk circuit

t dreams, they are ambrosia besidewhich i October is a fraction over 16 cents a ADVERTISINGFOR court, at Starke Florida, on the 4th

: f the food of the gods is common pound, and the highest price for imported I day of January, 1918.

.J.I stuff." fancy cut beef is 18 cents. Claimant claims as witnesses: [ .i.i'the .ii

0. : Soldiers' sweethearts of South Flor. "The problem of prices is a difficultone SALE-Medium sized mare at. John Conway, of Middleburg, Fla. Weaver DrugC
'
: i ida, send along your box of fudge- and undoubtedly full of complexities. reasonable price. T. H. Halligan, Ed. Manning, of Middleburg, Sla.

; write lengthy letters often-help keep But it has been fairly well salved Starke. 11-23-tf. James Sweat, of Middleburg, Fla. .

'. your boy's ideals and thinking clean- by other governments, and can be Mack Wilson, of Waller, Fla.

I t let your letters stand between him and by our own government."The FOR RENT-6 room cottage next ROBT. W. DAVIS,

I' loneliness-be the buffer between him man with a family of five who door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.J. Registrar.

F and wrong. receives from $2 to $4 a days seldom W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf. I rfiJSXOa Store
: t This is not jest. It is a serious and directly heard from. He does not know Application for Pardon. 9 WHBEB3K5LJ9

+ practical proposition promulgated so how to get a hearing. How does he FOR SALE CHEAP-A new Fair- I Notice hereby given that the undersigned ,

; t" as. to have you help solve one of the contrive to live, he and his capable banks-Morse "Z" will apply to the pardon
3 hp oil engine,
that face the country. wife? board of the State of Florida at its
problems They manage somehow, and with built-in magneto. Enoch Grif- Raiford Fla.
l :f We are sure you will not receive they do not need lectures on how to fis, Lawtey, Fla. 11-23-4t. next regular meeting, for a pardon for I II
is' the crime of embezzlement, for whichI
: ,, the suggestion flippantly. The war live from persons who never had the ,
; harsh; sentries cannot be posted to. experience of finding out in such cir was convicted at the spring term of
FOR SALE-Pair of mules. Cashor
,; challenge moral dangers. cumstances. All they need is a con- good the circuit court A. D. 1916, in Brad- .

But your feminine influence can trol of price- xing that gives them a terms.Starke.Price right. J. M. Brownlee 'ford county, State of Florida. The House

safeguard your boy. And that influ- living chance." 1123tf. FRANK. N. ANDREWS. ofPURE

ence cannot be nullified by distance, November 23, 1917. DRUGS.COURTEOUS .

by a three-cent postal rate, nor increased A Starke boy writing to the Telegraph FOR SALE-Forty-acre farm, 2% TREATMENT.LIVE .
miles southeast of Starke, small new I NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. .
parcel post charges.-Tampa from the '
1 training camp at Ft. LIVE PRICES.
AND LET
house I Thirty days after date hereof. I will apply
i E Tribune. Oglethorpe tells with pride of the ; 18 acres under wire fence ,, to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner. county judge of
: ... large amount subscribed by his company and in cultivation. Cheap for cash. Bradford county. Florida. for an order to sell

FIGHT BOLL' WEEVIL WITH PEA- ] for Liberty Bonds. While these Wallace Mills, Starke. 1l- 3-tf. at inir private the entire sale a interest two-th;rds of interest.Clvde PiUs same and be- COMPOUNDED.Weaver .
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
I NUTS. l !bonds are the safest investment in the i I I Maolis Fitter minors. in the following described :- :
iH. -. world today, and the soldier boys do FOR SALE-20 acre farm, 2.% miles to-nit land: situate in Bradford county Florida t ::1'Ii

Over in Southeast Alabama, where well to invest their surplus money in from Starke on Kingsley road; all I> The West half of Jot 2 of the Northwest
: well fenced and under cultivation; Quarter of Section 6, Township 6. South Range
},, : the writer spent the past three months them, the Telegraph cannot lose the 21 East, containing 41 63-100 acres. .
two-story dwelling barn 90-
good
. ( .. the farmers have been fighting the boll I opportunity to call this show of patriotism foot well school. (I i a AVIE SMITH Drug( Co.
to the attention of those citi- ; near For terms 11-9-51. Guardian for Said Minors.
f weevil with peanuts, and it proved a see S. L. Alvarez. 11-16-tf.
-- I zens who have failed so far to do
any-
successful too.
fight,
| NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE.
The county in mind, under normal thing in support of the government in 1 1 I .Thirty days after date hereof. on to-wit: the POSTOFFICE BUILDING. j
conditions produces around thirty the present emergency. Some folks, 1 FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre 1st day of December. A. D. 1917. I will applyto
,
: ., who are enjoying the security and farm 2% miles east of Starke, 14 the Honorable,Geo. A. Gardiner. County
j thousand bales of short cotton annually Judge of Bradford County, Florda: for an or.
., but last year this was reduced to comforts of their homes, even stop to acres in cultivation, good house and I,der to sell at private sale the one-tenth undivided Raiford Florida.
discuss barn, good location for stock interest of Fradonia. Rollins minor heir
the question of whether the range,
: : ; about five thousand bales, owing to the
4 of John H ,
in center of strawberry section. For .Prescott deceased. in and to the
bonds
are a safe investment or not. following described -I
} work of the boll weevil. As cotton lands situated in Bradford
Of course the bonds safest investment particulars address C. A. Johnson, Florida, to-wit: I
County.
1. was the money crop of this section, the are thp =
Station No. 3 southwest quarter of Southeast and
: Fla. Quarter -
Gary 10-5-tf. ---- --- -- -- --
in the ,
world but
i, farmers had one of two things to do: suppose West half of Southeast Quarter of Southeast &
they were not worth the they Quarter of Section fendanta is unknown other than they are I MASTER'S: BAL
paper Twenty-three (23) Township ,.
either to find a successful,way to com FOR SALE-80 residents of the United States of America and Under and by virtue of a final deeret*
farm miles .
acre 2 of Seven (T) Range
n- the Twenty ((20) East con.
are printed on, investment of Zttk**
bat the weevil or turn to something a taining in all Sixty (60) there is no person in the State of Florida the : closure mad. and rendered on the
.; ... else few of your dollars in them would not Starke; 40 acres cleared and in cul- This October 31, 1917. acres more or less. service of subpoena upon would bind the did September, A. D. 1917. by Hoik J. I. WIll
* .. as *a money crop. anywhere class tivation; 20 acres stumped; good 8. C. J. defendants and that said defendants ;are over Judge of the Circuit Court of F\\ rida.
near place in ROLLINS. CIIIIi
a
made lest it you Brad *
' Fromexperiments the of Judicial Circuit. in and for
I year house ll-2-5t.; age twenty-one jears.
.
room good out buildings and Guardian. ..
,.1.i t appeared that peanuts would prove the with the youngmen who are not only It is therefore ordered. considered and adjudged in chancery in that certain ubIo
loaning the government the tenant houses; 5 acre pecan grove, that the said defendants, F. E. Philkes pending wherein, the Phifer State Ban.5*
surplusof
'tI : best crop on which to rely. This year just beginning to bear 40 well NOTICK. and W. E. Phillips his wife d. npjH-ar tu the poration. U complainant. and Ads Tariir iI
acres ...
.
their
."" the cotton acreage was reduced to meagre pay as soldiers, but ; IN RE: Estate of Anna Jones deceased. Complainant's Bill tit Complaint Letir: on or U. G. Turner her husband are def ..-
about one-fourth of normal, and the who are offering to make the supreme timbered-offered for quick'sale at Notice to the next of kin of Anna Jones. deceased before the 7th day of January A. D. 1913.! in the undersigned who was therein lid
Yt; % sacrifice-the giving of their lives- reasonable price. For further par- late of Bradford county state of Flor default whereof a decree pro confess ".-i.1 be appointed Special Master to tM1"J. !
'I land planted to peanuts, velvet beans, ticulars ida and all others who it may concern are entered against the said F. E. Phil'ips aid W. decree will sell at public outcry !
F corn and other foodstuffs, with peanuts that you, Mr. Tightwad, may still en- enquire at Bradford County hereby notified that four weeks after the first E. Phillips his wife.It court house, door in the town of Start*. JIll
Bank. 11-23-tf. publication hereof is further ordered that this notice ford Florida. between the wallj
joy the blessings or liberty. Don't and their failure to apply be pub- co tJ.
4 greatly predominating. Most of for administration on her estate I will appointsome lished in the Bradford County Telegraph a of sale on Monday. the 3rd day 0' D* J
I the mills in that section crushing cotton discuss the ifs'and the ands or the creditor of Anna Jones or other fit newspaper published at Starke in Bradford A. D. 1917. the same being a legal a..J5
i seed changed their equipment to whys and wherefores when another FOR SALE-The place belonging to person to administer on the same as may be county Florida once each week for six consecutive to the highest and best bidder. tt* W*
: I bond issue is offered but the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains I authorized by law. weeks. described lands. situated lying aM sjg|
,
handle the peanuts-only slight alter- come across 80 I Dated this the 31st day of October. 1917. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto the Town of Starke. Bradford eooaty. rig"
: tions being necessary. In addition, with such amount as you can spare acres, 40 under good wire fence. 1 GEO. A. GARDINER. 3et my hand and ffixed the <..al of our Circuit and more particularly known *attt*--
?; f' from the necessary running Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one ll-2-4t. County Judge of Bradford County, Court on this the 13th day of Novsjsoer. \. D. and described as follows to-wit )*. '
several mills fitted for expensesof ">
especially (
I .. barn. Located 1% miles Florida. 1917. Lots One U. Two (2)). Thirteen
t handling the peanuts were erected,I. your business and show that you from Starke W. T. WEEKS.: Fourteen (I4.) of Livingstoi. Trn w aaf iii
; -f and contracts made with the farmers are a red-blooded American citizen. one-half mile from church, one mile Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All (SEAL) C'erk pany's addition to the Tom of Stsa
.
> I land to bS
j j Florida. said
'r' from school. For further informa- By R. A. WEEKS.SHERFFS ford County.
T
for the indebted to the defendants A" -
:' peanuts. tion persons estate the property of the
write
", As a result of this diversification on A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or of Carter Newsom, late of Bradford and U. G. Turner her husband. Is MtW1
Ti
SALE.
see K. L. Griffis, Starke. said decree fees and eosU.
: I' the part of the farmers, Southeast [ SoldierfLeijers( ] directions Inquire for I county, Florida, deceased, are request- Hereby notice u given that under and by pay A. Z. AD-
at Bank of Starke 1012tfFOR virtue of that certain writ of execution issued Master ta
I Alabama is in far better shape this -- I ied to Jay their said debts forthwith, out of and under the hand and seal of the 11-2-St.. Special -
4 yea rthan ever before. All the farm. and all persons having claims againstthe County Judge's Court of BrOford CoaiU. .t
; : ers have money, and the merchants are Ft Oglethorpe, Ga., SALE-Farm of 176 acres, 35 said estate are requested to 'present Florida and dated he 11th day of Ort/I'.!r. ,\. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
acres in cultivation, good land, near- D. 1917. wherein A. L. Alvarez :Is rl-iinti.T, and In Circuit Court. Bradford Coontr.
-p ;. 'j enjoying good business. And one of November 20, 1917. ly all stumped 50 budded them, duly authenticated, withinone R. R. Prevatt is defendant (a certified ropy In re petition of A. D. Andrew -
,
the best parts about it is, owing to Editor Telegraph: pecan : year from this date, or they will of which judgment has been filed and neord. Company for dissolution. Y
more attention being given foodstuffs, While I was reclining on bunk trees beginning to bear, 150 peach j be forever barred. ed in Foreign Judgment Book No. 2. patfe f5,1 Notice ef Dissol.tl..u .
II.
my trees, a nice 5-room house and out in the office of Clerk of Circuit Court of said I To the creditors and all to wbola .
the farmers have enough supplies to this afternoon the postman came in buildings October 12, 1917.N. county and state on the 12th day of October, concern: That a majority of the I J**'?
z run them through the year. One buy. and handed me the Tev:- raph, and I irrigating plant, one mule D. WAINWRIGHT, 1917.) I have levied said execution upon and of the A. D. Andrews Mercantile QP U
and farm implements, 43 head of will sell before the front door of the under the la" *
court- corporation organized
in Dale has already shipped am writing line Administrator of the
to tell
county Estate
a how
er of
Car house in
you cattle, 20 hogs. Will sell i Starke Florida on Monday, the 3rd State of Florida and doing baslais'Jr.!
at
four thousands bushels of corn to other much company the home paper is to a sacrifice ter Newsom, deceased. 10-12-8t. day of December, 1917. between the legal hoursof ford. Bradford count florid hat P'
markets, while in former years Dale me. When I have the blues I can pick part cash, balance on time. sale to the highest and best bidder for cash. this court for an order to dissolve Jf-Uy
1 Am 78 old and the following described real State, lying and ation for the of disconttaCTh:
years must sell ; purpose
one
county has been importing corn from up the Telegraph and read about the of the best Ftock In BILL FOR FORECLOSURE. being in Bradford County. Florida. to-wit: corporation and to enter into other saw-
; : the West. doings of the Starke folks and it seemsto farms in Florida. Florida.Circuit Bradford Court. 8th Judicial .Circuit- of One half undivided interest in block Twenty. for themselves. .
.. 10 miles from Starke, between County. one ((21) Town of Starke: also one-half ordered adjndgsdcreed M4
It is therefore
has drive t** H ". un-
James
The velvet bean ? R.
: proved a great a\-y. A fellow here Brooklyn and Theressa llillican divided interest in ten acres commencing 7% that this court will consider .w I
success as a forage crop, but owing to training for all the grim business that lakes. near two F. E. VI feet north and west from southeast corner ofsouthwest Hon on the 17th day of December A...J).
Phillips W.
Inquire of C. E. Phillips his
.: 'g the expense of gathering and marketing seems to be ahead of us likes to keep A. Youngblood, wife, and W. A. Mays north quarter of the northeast quarter and at One o'clock P. M. at GainesYlll land *
Theressa, Fla. run 708 feet west 615 feet,, south 'i 05 that this notice be published D1
has been no big money producer. in touch with the folks back at home, Bill for Foreclosure. feet. East 615 feet to point of beginning in for four consecutive weeks bef1DthI
There is one thing about peanuts and it certainly reads good when we The State of Notice t. Appear. Section 32, Township 6, Range 22 East. Same Ninth day of November A. D. 1117.
I I To Cure a Cold In One Day. Florida to F. E. Phillips and being levied upon as the property of R. R. Bradford County Telegraph, at StlXt ;
attention see that W. E. his '.. ,
Phillips .
that has to be given special I they are taking an interest in wife Greeting: Prevatt and will be sold to satisfy said :
.k and this is, owing to the barren con- us. Take Cough LAXATIVE and Headache BROMO end Quinine.works off It stop the Cold.the defendants It having F.been E. Ihown Phillips by and affidavit W. E. that the tion and cost. execu. Ida.Done and ordered this the 6th del II

dition in which the lands are left af- Things are going nicely in camp. DrtlgVst4 ,fpf"'"'' "'OI"Y if it fails to cure. his wife are non-residents of the State Phillips of I Sheriff W. J. EPPERSON vember A .D. 1917.'J J.T.
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} JEIDAY, KOVEJIEER. :3, 1911. V BRADFORD COUNTi TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE j;:

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L. N. T. Ritch, Jr., of Ra I.\ KSGIVlXG. SERVICES AT I onoiD 'OClOL01:10 V ,01:10, / .OCOO :
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# Bits of LocalInformation Thanksgiving services will be held When you are thinking of buying that .
Mrs. M. L. Smith left year at the Methodist church, and
for Palmetto where she I
sermon will be preached by Rev.
account of the death of her of the church.
Baptist
pastor
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; is in keeping with the custom o

Messrs. E. B. and John in Starke of all denomina- o D

V II C.urW 0., p..,,... 1IoIIuu ... well known West ns of the town uniting in these ser- o o

: t'NIffH M Mi CmV eM r... were business visitors. to 0 forget

: day. Thanksgiving day this year will be ,,

V I the 29th of November, the last -. .
DR. RAY PALMER in the month.
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I: Arrow collars at Sternberg's. Messrs. Arthur Alvarez and Drew BEGIN KNIGHT'S MILLINERY '.

: Reddish, of the Wateroak section, were TO MOVE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.

W Col. A. Z. Adkins spent Sunday in in Starke Monday attending to busi- Dr. Ray Palmer, of the \ 5
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with relatives. ness matters. Mission Board will begin
Gainesville evangelistic services at The telegraph cffice which the Wes- 2 Outfitters( to Women and Children .
Union has maintained in business
I Dr. O. L. Haynes made a business : Messrs. J. E. Wilson, J. H. Ritch church Sunday morning, II\
for time will be discon-
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. and J. C. Robinson motored to GaineSville tor, Rev. W. G. Law, some ,
on the first of December. The II STARKE FLA.
Wednesday on business and to invitation to members .
!I of the will be taken II V
Mrs. Emma Alvarez, of Jacksonville attend the Fair. nominations, and all those company r : t

Ms here visiting relatives. affiliated with any church, of by the agent of the railroad at U _. o
depot. OOCIO- '0=0' 01:10. ,01:10. ,01:10 '

I Let Hollingsworth repair your shoes take part in the services.Dr. _ _ _ _ V
: Ford tops and curtains complete, Best workmanship, best material, rub- Palmer comes very S -

: |9.50. M. Leviton. Starke.I ber or leather. Opposite court house. ommended as an able KNITTING CLASS ORGANIZED. PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR.

ll-23-2t. preacher. His picture T : : 'j
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Mr. C. C. Moseley, of Lawtey, was sketch of his life are Mrs. J. M. Truby has Kindly consent- The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian

I in the city Sunday. Messrs. Enoch Griffis, Will Edwards, er column of this paper, to teach a knitting class for the hcurch will hold a bazaar next Tues- .. [

, Judge Blanchard, Mr. Terry and Dr. is printed a letter from of the Red Cross work. Any day, the 27th inst. They will have on

: Miss Eunice Robinson spent the E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, attended the Montague, president of interested in knitting for the sol sale fancy and useful articles and a Dr. Tomlinson sells the OVERLAND;

1\ week-end in Starke with homefolks. Alachua County Fair Wednesday.Mr. lege, referring to Dr. may meet every Monday ,after- delicious lunch. One of the chief at- Chas. Marks the NASH; *' | .- V

Lake City, Fla., at two o'clock at the Red Cross tractions will be a Japanese booth, Jesse Alexander the CHEVROLET; I'

Mrs. Annie Gainey visited her sister C. F. Hoover and family were My ,Dear Bro. Law: I: where goods from a real Japanese firm Albert Anderson the FORD. *

(f Mrs. A. L. Alvarez, Saturday. among the Starke people to take in the to me that you will have Any one who has a boy in the army will be sold. Sale will commence at 5We

i.1d. Alachua County Fair at Gainesville mer with you soon and I buy the yarn at $1 per hank, and three o'clock in the afternoon and last sell INSURANCE on these cars I

Col. D. E. Knight and family motored Thursday.Big tify to his splendid receive full instructions in the art of through the evening. Futch building.METHODIST or ANY OTHER.J. '

; down to Gainesville Tuesday. and heart. He is II knitting, free of charge. All those V I .

u["4' line of shoes, groceries, etc., at i I pit, rare in social graces who knit for the Red Cross will get 5- R. DAVIS & CO. :.

See the men's suits at Stump's. the Cash Department Store. whom you will love and the yarn free. The class meets for BAZAAR.

He had wonderfully the first time next Monday afternoon.METHODIST .I Starke Fla.

I Oscar Andrews spent Wednesday inV Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal, of the He is one of the most S The ladies of the Methodist church I V

Graham section have a new at I have ever met, a power .
Gainesville.W. son CHURCH. will hold their annual bazaar on the [6 r .- .

their home, the young man having arrived Your friend, afternoon of December 7th. All kindsof I COFFINS CASKETS :

I A. Colley spent the week-end in on the 15th inst. A. P. fancy work, some ready made gar- ; .
All the services of the church And a full line of ,
Starke with his family. regular
L ments and eatables will be on sale. r.

_,_- -- -- Mrs. G. Starling, of Lawtey, was in OLD MAIDS will be conducted next Sunday as us- Open promptly at 2 o'clock at the Undertakers' Supplies .

0. 0. Stokes was in Starke Satur- Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Starling's son, ual. A full attendance is greatly de- Futch building. Automobile Hearse.

business. John A. Starling, was one of the alternates -, ired-as this is the second last Sunday -
day on
of the squad cf men leaving. The members of the before the year closes. Let all S Always on hand. The best ser- .

-t FOR SALE-One FordHouring car. here Tuesday.. ing Sewing Club" with our members and friends be presentand IN THE BOLL WEEVIL AREA. I I vice at the lowest prices. Special V

talented friends are participate in all the services of attention to telegraph orders.
L{. L. R. Kalch, Hampton, Fla. 11-16-2t "Old Maids Conference" V

lilt: Nice line of boys' suits at Stump's.Mrs. sent it in ten days or next Sunday. Editor Powell Tells of a Visit to Jackson -

f Mr. and Mrs- H. S. Warren, of S County. RegisteredEmbalmerDeWITTC.JONES I
play for the. _
is given 1
,:'! Brooker, were visitors to Starke Tues- D. E. Knight and sons, Hollis charity. The play is FIELD AND GARDEN PRODUCTS. -
} day. and Paul, accompanied by Mrs. 0. J. V

'fi: Griffin and Owen Griffin, motored over very entertaining, and The editor of the Times spent last [ Starke Fla.Reasons. .
realize quite a sum ,V ,
111'E.. L. of Brooker visitor toGainesville Saturday and spent the week attending the Jackson County .
Crosby, was a ceeds. The exact date Field and garden products were -. ,
Fair at Marianna. Jackson is -
tt, Starke Monday.J. day with friends. a good
to, nounced later. added to the Bank of Starke's window
\ county and is in a good section of
display as follows during the week:
t(. J. R. Davis was a business visitor Prof. S. S. Dowling, Misses Delle D. W. Manning, the largest purpletop Florida, surrounded by good farming

r to Hampton Wednesday. Stroman and Lois Peek attended the ST. MARK'S.Morning turnip of the season.L. counties on every side. But Jackson
is better than Bradford. It
Bradford County Teachers Associa- A. Davis, Jr., of Starke, a basket county no

?,, Congressman Frank Clark, of Gainesville tion at Lake Butler last Saturday. prayer and of unusually fine Red Bliss Irish is true that the farms in that sectionare .

4:. spent a few hours in the city Sunday school at 10 'a. potatoes. Mr. Davis planted his potatoes more extensive and a greater !

4;. Tuesday. V Something new and beautifulLucas' Evening song and : on September 3d and dug themon amount of produce grown, but the 1

I Calcomine-for walls. The most You are invited to November 1st. They are worth land in this county is just as productive V

; Beautiful coats and coat suits at delicate shades, producing most won- M. M. seeing as additional evidence of the and will yield just as good returns Why you should use II
with the attention. Cardui, the woman'stonic
fj. Sternberg's. derful effects in interior decorations. I productivity of Florida soil. proper I for

>> Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. M. D. Carter, of the Wateroak section West Florida goes in for the grow- have, been your shown troubles in, 1

j Messrs. J. S. Forsyth and L. Sowell, fine specimen of the oldfashioned ing of the heavier crops, such as corn, thousands of letters from

fo' two prominent business men of Mrs. R. T. Richard. Mri. R. L. red sugar cane. The stalks con- peanuts, potatoes, hay, etc. The stockin actual users of this medIcine V

r Brooker, were in Starke on business Richard and little daughter, Dorothy, IS YOUR LIFE ain; 26< matured joints.L. this section has been'rebreeded un- who speak from

V >; Monday. all of Tampa, were guests this weekat I represent the V. Moore, of Starke, specimensof til the commo.n razorback,, has been personal experience.. If

'g";. the home. of Mr.. and Mrs. W. L. white cane that are the equal of eliminated. The farmer pay more at- the results obtained by
in America-The tention to the of stock thanin other women for so many
Mrs. F. A. Scott spent the latter Wall. anything exhibited this season. raising V

1 part of the past week in Hampton, of New The display of grist mill products this section and as a ,consequence years formly have good been, why so uni not 4

I t'; making an address at a Mothers' meeting Col. A. V. Long returned from Jos. E. Wilson made by W. A. Dubose & Son con- I I hundreds of acres of peanuts can be give Cardui a trial? ,

If' held there. Gainesville Wednesday evening. He tinues to attract attention and favor-i I:seen growing on every hillside and in -

V able comment. every valley. The peanuts are hauledto TakeCARDUI
will return Sunday afternoon to resume -
W. C. T. U. \ II
Sale on ladies' hats at Stump's. his duties at the regular termof S the nearest oil mill and'the oil is
.y." used for cooking purposes. The same 3
circuit court for Alachua county.
r Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Boyd, of the Monday afternoon, at RED CROSS ENTERTAINS IN mill also makes the different by-prod.:

i! Lake Butler section, were visitors to Sale on girls' and little girls' hatsaa church the local HONOR OF SELECTED MEN. ucts from the peanuts, such as peanut

Starke Tuesday. Stump's. Temperance Union held I flour, peanut meal and peanut butter.

V:'. business meeting, also o Food derived from the peanut is very'

? Judge J. T. Wills and State Attorney from Mrs. F. A. Scott Monday evening, at Rowand's Thea- : nutritive and takes the place, in many': The Woman's Tonic
Friends of Mr. F. H. Long regret to tre the local Red
Cross entertainedin
r A. V. Long are 'attending circuit Freeman, delegates to instances, of meat, as it :s very rich
4: court in Gainesville this week. hear that he is on the sick list this vention at Lakeland.The honor of the selected men who left in fats. The refuse from the oil mills: Mrs. Mary ]. Irvin, of

.,. week. However, he spent Tuesday in recent annual Tuesday morning for Camp Jackson. is ground into hog feed, which is very P Cullen, Va., writes: ,

used Jacksonville looking after business. cers resulted as follows: The soldier boys occupied reserved fine for all kinds of stock. About II years ago, I V
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Seventy-five squares slightly seatsi; and the recipients of marked
President, Mrs. J. W. were Three the boll weevil hsi! .suffered untold misery
",. ,:galvanized iron roofing at less than years ago
The hunting season opened Tuesday, Vice President to be courtesy.The with female trouble.bear-
: cne-half price while it lasts. Quigley ... ... features Jackson county hard.and for a tim! V .
and number of local picture were "Mutt
Lumber Co. quite a sportsmenhave Kecoraing secretary: the farmers were discouraged, but ing-down pains, head'V
been their markman- and Jeff," one-reel and "The .
out trying Scott. a comedy,
now they tell one that the weevils cameas I ache, numbness I
ship the past few days. From what Ninth Day," a three-reel drama, after V V.
: Mrs. George W. Mozo, of Jacksonville Corresponding a blessing in disguise, and that the would go for three weeks V
which local
birds found talent the
not
easily presented
they say, are V
was a guest this week of her Colley. other crops they are growing net them almost bent double .
this following pleasing
aunt, Mrs. A. H. Freeman. year. Treasurer, Miss "Sons of America program, America: Needs more revenue to the amount of expense My husband went to Dr. '
Supt. L. T. L., Mrs. T. and acres given to the growingof
Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. Supt. Flower Mission You" Girls Chorus. III. for Cardui .
them.
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Griffis, of Heil- Brymer's fish market, phone 109. Stewart. Reading, "How: I caught a Mouse" 111IIIII After taking about two V

t bronn, were in Starke attending to Mother'sIeetin -Miss Eunice Ellis. Bradford county may face the wee- bottles I began going .
business Supt. vil next fall and the farmers .
Tuesday.Mrs. question :
Dr. A. J .Boss, of Monroe, Ga., is Mrs. Scott reported Song, "Let's All Be Americans around and when I took V V
have to turn their attention to
here this week after the ber of in Now"-Elizabeth Brownlee and Louise may threebottleslcoulddoailipywork.
looking gath- delegates
J. E. Wilson left Monday for Andrews. other crops, just as their West FlorIda ..
ering of the pecans from his grove I thirty-fourth annual / this ." E-SO L
Gainesville where she will visit her brothers have done. When
V south ed total of 158 the Song, "I Don't Want to Get Well; .
of town. His trees are yielding a ,
'1 sister, Mrs. S. T. Dell, returning home encore "It's Not Your happens, old Bradford will show the
Nationality"Mr.
heavily this season and the doctor is history, and the V
today. state that she can grow the stuff that
V greatly pleased with the outlook fQr the unions for the state Nat Sternberg. '
feeds the nation and with her thou-
sale the Cash a handsome dividend on his invest- was more than $3,000, "Over There"-Girls Chorus. of fine lands tilled and untilled -
Special going on at I sands ,
in its The girls chorus was composed of and tell ,
ment. est
history. Tell it to the Telegraph you
will the lead food
:; Department Store. thirteen of the set of pretty take on crops, as
unions in the state younger
she has done with Sea ,Island cotton. eWe rerybody. Advertise
unions. Starke girls, and they were "delightful .
The Ladies' Musicale at Rowand's young people's the the natural advantages .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett and both to hear and After have Jand and -
Great enthusiasm see. only .
V daughter, of Lawtey, were in Starke Theatre last Friday evening netted two rehearsals their and we need to get acquainted .
they captivated
...: the of for the fund in different phases of .
Friday on business. sum $15 piano as audience with their I with our opportunities, reach out
.. their share of the proceeds. Those various problems were appropriate new for more settlers and get the idea out
Messrs C. A. Knight and Clif-
who took part in the singing were: cluding conservation, songs. is the
V of our heads that cotton only
Miss Dora Johnson of the
ford Tatum
one were drill masters for the
teachers in Heilbronn school in Mrs. J. E. Futch, Mrs. D. E. Knight, ing wet and dry crop that will make us a living. When
was dashing military of girls
the company appearing -
Mrs. A. M. Miss Lois Peek ing year, and
the Darby, this happens Bradford will come into
city Saturday. in the last number. After -
medicine evil. The : rendering
Miss Louise Bessent, and Miss Anna her own.-Lake Butler Times, Nov.
"Over There" the mili-
Canova. The nala quartette consistedof ious workers show a girls ,

S Mr. A. L. Alvarez and son, and Mr. Messrs. Joe Canova, Ellery Davis, work during the past tary company were given a deafeningencore 15tnt \ OLD

Bud Gardiner spent Wednesday at Luther Powell and Wilbur Scott. The T. U. is patriotic from to which they gracefully re-

the Alachua County Fair. songs were beautifully rendered and and many of khe sponded. The Average Way. BONES I V
Little Misses Elizabeth Brownleeand One trouble with the country is the
were seen busily -
most heartily enjoyed, as the singerswere
Our fine weave blue serge suits are repeatdly ncored by the large au ting and crochet Louise Andrews sang their patriotic way so many of our young men feel RUBBER COPPER 1 .

now arriving for the Christmas trade. dience. msetings, creating co -I .'motion song in a most charming that there's no chance to get to the TIRES BRASS I 2

A.'D. Andrews Mercantile Co., Raiford I cessities for soldiers mailher, and Miss Ellis' humorous top in this era of combination, consol .

Fla.| Beautiful new hats for ladies and The president's reading produced gales of laughter.Mr. idation nryl big business, and so contentedly TUBES LEAD ":

.,. children at Stump's.Mrs. subject of "Making the Nat Sternberg, our noted come- settle clown to do as little ROPE SCRAP IROH'ISEND '.!.

I Mrs. and Humanity," was full dian, was at his best and after sing- work as 7.o<."i'-ip.-Ohio State Journal -
Angus Bielling, son
V enthusiasm for this ing one song his audience clamoredfor IT TO US WE REJ1T! PROMr.1Y
daughter, of near Providence, were in J. G. Ritch, of Raiford, was a V !
another.To .
Starke Monday attending to business. .visitor to Starke Thursday and while The election of state the committee entertainment What Keeps Boys at Home. Write For Pflcelist V
on ,
here called to have the address of her as follows: More boys would run away from
'i namely, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, chairman p/msuiAKHm
President Miss :
Messrs. G. C. Livingston and E. S.I soldier son, Marion Browning, changed ,. Mr. F. F. Stump and Mr. Tlow- home to (' C'tl'e lh*. tyranny; if they

V Matthews with their families motoredto on the Telegraph's mailing list. Jacksonville.Vice had free Iioanl.! J'OOIIiS and (lothcs to 657 E.BAY JACXSONVLLErI.A.s : ,
and due much
thanks and
Gainesville the Browning is somewhere in President, Mrs. are many to. Fort Ui.rli St.ir-TIft'r V
Sunday and spent Young ran : V ::7
appreciation for their work in successfully -
Orlando. I
I .day. France and his mother has not heard
V out this .
carrying patriotic
Corresponding -
from him directly since he embarkedfor -
entertainment also to Mrs. J. F. Ca-
Smith Bell, Green ;
Woolsey's floor and furniture oil. If the trip across the Atlantic. Mrs =:::J: -=
and Mrs. Nat Sternberg as
nova ac-
you want a dustless room use it. 25c Ritch spoke very kindly of the management Recording Secretary
V per quart at Quigley Lumber & Sup- of the Telegraph for sending Perkins Dean, DeLand. companists. Mr. Rowand placed the
price of admission so low that it was
Treasurer, Mrs. -
ply Co. the home paper to our soldier boys, General Insurance
not to than the
expected more cover
and her words of praise have our cor- cher.Miss .
but account of the .
Neal has made expenses, on very
Mrs. J. G. Alvarez returned Tuesday dial appreciation. .
available seat
audience
president for a ( large every
morning to Jacksonville, after spending -
several days in Starke with rela- NOTICE TO PENSIONERS. she has a strong corps < was occupied and a number of per- V
The above JOS. E. WILSON
tives. the women are full sons standing. receipts ..
amounted $3.40, which Mr.
coming year's work. expenses
For the convenience of pensionerswe
Rowand in his usual broad-minded and SUCCESSOR TO _
convention will be -
Dr. Brown, of Lawtey, passed have secured the appointment of the
public spirited donated to
through Starke Wednesday morning Mr. T. H. Halligan, our cashier, as a see. .1 Red Cross chapter way H.C.RICHARDV

V enroute to Gainesville to attend the notary public. He will be glad to .

Alachua Fair. take the acknowledgment to your Pile Cured In e
County Starke Florida.
Your order for printing will receive .
*. Vocr druggist will
V invited
,'ouchers" and are cordially .
you .
OINTMENT ills to crn- the same careful attention if sent by I
Bargains arrive each'day at Stump's to call and make use of his ser- limd.BlefditiBorProt'ndine! _
mail if given personally. -i
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i FARMING. TICK ERADICATION ADDS $10 BRADFORD COUNTY FARMER COTTON STATISTICS. FARM PRODUCTS SELL HIGH. ;
EACH TO VALUE OF CATTLE WHO HAS MADE GOODA -
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li i_ T. H. Blue brought in from his farma The following table shows the num- I' D. R. Edwards, manager of the RUB OUT PAIN,

short distance north of town Monday In a letter accompanying a procla- representative of the Telegraphwas ber of bales of cotton ginned in Florida ':Cummer Lumber Company's commissary with good oil

C twelve head of hogs which he sold mation setting aside Saturday, Decem- at the home of Mr. 0. F. Ritch, in from the 1917 crop prior to No- : at Sumner, near Cedar Keys, the liniment. TW!

: to the Chipley Packing Company for ber 1st, as a day to be celebrated the western part of the county near verber 1st, as compared with the,same I writes the Telegraph as follows under The surest way to atop thesi:

'. fourteen cents per pound on foot The throughout Mississippi because of the I the Columbia county line one day last period last year: i date of November 14th: l best rubbing Iinif'talt it

) '. : .. twelve hogs netted him about $250, lifting of the federal quarantine I week, and saw the wonderful success Alachua 1917 1916 I read with interest every week the
two of them bringing $85.40. Mr. against the cattle fever tick, Governor Mr. Ritch has made as a farmer.Mr. Alachua __________ 8,243 6,341 farm'page in the Telegraph, so

,a Blue says he will have another bunch Theodore G. Bilbo of Mississippi, says: Ritch states that he has raised Baker ___-________ 1,108 867 thought would write you something MUST AND
t' of hogs to sell at a little later date.- "So important has been the work of about $30,000 worth of stuff this year, Bradford __________ 4,228 3,155 about prices of farm products here.

!" Chipley Banner., eradication of the cattle tick, so far- cultivating nearly 00 acres. His farm Columbia ___________3,353 2,268 There are no farms within miles of
reaching are its benificent results andso contains 1,340 acres, combining the Hamilton _________ 2,203; 3,137 us and the farm products we get come
itrt f i greatly should our people congratulate old Dave Roberts place and the Ritch Jackson ___-_______ 2,206 4,110 from over near Newberry. M. H. Dur- LINIMEITi
k 1 f p T. C. Garner, who lives five miles themselves upon the success of place, two of the best farms in the Jefferson __________ 750 717 rance, who lives 29 miles from here,
west of Quincy, planted five acres of The land is all and _____ ______
this work, that I feel that everyone county. stumped, Levy h 366 86 came to my commissary Monday with
I !I't,1' peanuts, and has received an average in {the state should read the proclama- for several years he has been using Leon _____________ 1,992 2,144 375; pounds of home ground meal, 45 Good lor tk Ai1m,5':

I' I.,... ;, net profit on the. crop of $84.45 per improved farm machinery.Mr. Madison _________1,583 5,922 chickens, 38 pounds pecans, 97 pounds Hones, Mules Cattle Fie
4 I acre. The peanuts were planted in tion."Much credit is due to the state'livestock Ritch has 150 fattening hogs, Suwannee _________ 4,990 5,020 pork, 9 dozen egggs and 2 gallons of ; {: .

'. April and delivered in Quincy in Oc- sanitary board and to the Unit- and all his hogs have been vaccinated. All other -_______- 1.C58; 1,544 new syrup, for which I paid him 67. Good for your own Ache t
,. tober. The figures given do not include ed States bureau of animal industryfor He has Jerseys, Herefords and Dutch ----- 55. He brought it on a Ford car. We Pain., Rheumati.m.SiSi :

which the has been value baled of the and peanut will be hay, their zeal and untiring efforts to belted cows. This year he produced Total ___________34,283 38,965 pay 4c each for sugar cane, $1 to $1.25 Cub Burin, Etc': : ?l.

ed for stock Times. us- rid our state of this pest and place. between 60,000 and 75,000 pounds of It will be seen that the number-of per bushel for sweet potatoes, 45 to 50 i 2Sc. SOc.. $J. ;
feed.-Quincy our cattle upon .the markets of the i cotton and between 4,000 ,and 5,000 bales ginned this year' is 4,682 short cents per dozen for eggs, 4c per I AtHlDeaW ,
L "> world without quarantine restrictions. bushels of corn. He has put up"500 of the same season last year. This pound for new meal. You see when we .ff'...
" } County Commissioner M. Russell "Our cattle will be enhanced in val- cans of sweet corn, and cans all otherkinds loss, however, has occurred mainly in add our profit the consumer is paying f."t.
: e "t brought to this city recently a watermelon ue fully ten dollars per head as the of stuff that formerly went to the counties of Jackson, Jefferson and some price.What. Gold in .
weighing forty pounds, which result of their free entrance into the waste around the farm. Leon. These counties grow short cot- Gold was known History from :,f 1< .

'" f t is on exhibition in the window of the markets and I look to see an amazing The success of Mr. Ritch shows whatcan ton. The output of long cotton is is jMoric tin.-. IIIl.lli! the etrUtII -"- .,
LAX
'..t "" Citizens Bank. IL was grown by W. influx of pure bred cattle into Mississippi be done in Bradford county by us-' larger at this season that at the same -FOS vt'nth verse of the mentioned 111 the: t,

f' H. Harvey, sixteen miles west of Tallahassee now. Heretofore owners of pure ing improved methods of farming, season last year. Madison county, LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA c Genesis At first it second, chaPter< :

'r and is just, one of a large bred cattle outside of the state fearedto pure bred stock, and close application where the boll weevil infestation was A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand I for ornacienK The was chiefly use4,_
; two-horse wagon load gathered this bring them to Mississippi on account to the business. heavy, has fallen more than 4,000 Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark, smith is mention.la trade of the CQld-- : -'> ,
week. The seed were planted in Sep- of the Texas fever and conse- bales short this season ,but this difference Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black )f the the fourth erse ', -.:,
t. !, t tember and the vines and melons have quent quarantine. Mississippi is being BOLL WEEVIL. is made up in other counties, Root,MayApple Foot,Senna Leaves and in connection seventeenth chapter of Judges _,
ilh] ,
Combines *
the
Pepsin. strength witt ,
If had splendid growth. Mr. Harvey is looked to section where the much : palatable overlain of
by
i every now as a ----- <$> acreage was larger aromatic taste. Does not gripe. SOc *ols with gold 1-af,
too busy with other farm duties to great cattle raising state with untold than last year. ,
'. t bring them to town for sale, but the possibilities." That the cotton boll weevil has, during The Sea Island crop ;is short in

':1. t-! one on exhibition today made many the present season, invaded a con Georgia, and the latest reliable esti-
siderable amount of additional territory cG
:' ;:_ mouths water. I mate places the crop of the entire Sea
o /
LARGE SALE OF HOGS. in central Florida is announcedby
Island belt at from 85,000; to 95,000; -
t. Wilmon Newell, Plant Commis
GONE AFTER LIVE STOCK. I bales, which is hardly a full supply for ,
I ', t--: sioner, as a result of field inspectionsmade I
[the needs.
f. I ---- Jackson coun .dl y acquiringa during the past seven weeks by I II country's
) We wish to advise persons inter- high position on the map of Southern Inspector J. Chaffin of the State Plant .

r.1 ested in the purchase of live stock that hog raising territory. In the past Board staff. STATE LIVE STOCK NOTES.

". : .. r.. J. Andrews Jr., representing us, two weeks nearly $21,000 worth of At the close of last season the southeastern '.
; -- j is now in the West buying up a carload hogs on foot have been shipped out of limit of boll weevil territory 1- ,
f'l ? : i of horses and mules for shipment I the county in two big sales made to extended through the counties of Du- For the protection of the swine industry -

t I 1 to Raiford. We will have these horses P. M. Metcalf, of Hartford, Ala. Be val, Clay, Bradford, Alachua and Levy in Florida the State Live Stock It will save you money and

t" .' and mules on sale here in a short sides these sales of five cars each there The migration of the pest this year Sanitary Board has designated the l1trlLl' trouble. Gives description and
I. 1 time have been numerous other sales, ag has covered the remaining portions of three stockyards in Jacksonville as full information on all seeds for

t A. D. ANDREWS'MERCANTILE CO. gregating many thousands of dollars Putnam, Marion and St. Johns and the public yards, so that regulations gov- TINS 6UUID A fall planting. Our stocks are

RAIFORD, FLA. It. Last Friday two live stock firms of northern portions of Citrus, Sumter, erning inter-state shipments will also I ,PLArl4G plete, assuring prompt shipment.com.
f Malone sold hogs which aggregated Lake and Volusia counties. The annual apply to intra-state shipments to
-:, $10,899.60 to Mr. Metcalf. These hogs I migration of the weevil;which i is be handled through those yards. Martin's
: t OPENING NEW FARM. HyTestSouthern
.' were all raised in the section of the in reality a movement of weevils i in The same regulations apply to all

,1 t county contiguous to Malone and were I every direction, results in an extensionof hogs shipped or otherwise transported Seeds
W. A. Colley, of Stark, and P. W. what should be termed peanut and vel- j the infested area, and it is beyond I ed Dade Broward and that part I V

I i t West, his cousin, of Orlando, have vet bean stock, being fattened on these human power to prevent spread in this of Palm Beach county, south of the Carefully grown closely selected always ,
1- t;, bought about 30 rcres of good land a two native feeds almost exclusively manner. Hillsborough canal, to prevent intro- dependable.! Full assortment fat-
t i p-' short distance southeast of Starke, They ranged in age from six monthsto The State Plant Board has main duction of hog cholera into that territory den and field. Strawberry and vege

". j which they are now fencing. Part of two years, and the weight was from L tained and will continue to maintain a now comparatively free. table plants abo a specialty Write
'f t 1 k the land is improved, and the balance, 125 to 250 pounds. A few years ago quarantine which prohibits the ship Through co-operation with the United today for our new fall catalog. ,

r' except what will be set apart for pasture much of the now fertile fields where ment of cotton seed, cotton seed hulls, States Bureau of Animal Industry, \

;. t 1.....' will be cleared and broken at great quantities of feedstuffs are now Spanish moss and other materials likely t.vo ccitunal! expert hop rholera coitiol \ Ee A. Martin Seed Co
once to contain live boll weevils from u-tcrinarians haw been assigned
; I To being grown and turned into hogs at a Jacksonville
.t' I profit, was open piney woods, furnish the weevil infested portion of Florida to Florida, and there is rrospet of Florida ,.: :':
& DEHORSIXC.OF CATTLE. ing but a scant range for this class olive f and other states to that part of Flor securing M-tera'' mOle within a short y"

stock, but now all this is changedand ida not yet infested. This quarantine tin.c. .' 0 I Irrangemens -,'
i the broad acres there are being is maintained for the purpose of pre- \ are being c MMirnated ? i
1. \ Dehorning of animals is necessary devoted to the culture of corn, beans, I venting the weevil reaching a non-in- fcr c' etiors in Escan.bia, Orange andLakeLfonuIes
t if growers want to get the best results peanuts, etc., and are giving handsome fested locality one or more seasons in l ; in order to start systematic ;;
:* I and this is particularly true of beef returns financially by reason of the I advance of that locality becoming infested tick eradication work in those

cattle. One has only to see the con- change. This thriving interior town by the natural spread of the counties and get them released from $PECIAL .... SULPHATE OF POTASH 7:1:
) ,' dition of the stock that arrives at the now boasts of the only peanut oil mill insect. tick fever quarantine next year. -

Interstate Stock Yards to be convinced in the county and there are great The Plant Commissioner has an- Tick eradication work throughoutthe

,; r of the need of dehorning, not only quantities of nuts marketed there dai- nounced the following definition of the state is progressing rapidly, the ((40 per cent Water Soluable) : :
from a humane view, but from the ly during the season. The oil findinga infested territory: board having twenty-five inspectors ,"-

'," the viewpoint of profits as well. ready market as a cooking fat, while "In accordance with Rule No. 18, waking in co-operation with Dr. E. Free from Chlorine -
f When stock is penned up in a car the the M. Nighi 1 ert and his force which
4L peanut meal and cake are reputedto adopted by state plant board De- re-
I f it is certain that those that have horns be one of the cheapest, quickest and cember 13, 1915, the plant commissioner cently was increased by six veterina- 100 Pounds to the too will give 2 per cent Potash I

5Vr, will do serious injury to others, and injured i most profitable hog feeds than can be has defined and does hereby defineas rians transferred to this state. ,
: I ; animals will not bring as good secured, well result of Assurance has been given by Sec-
I : as as being excellent cat- a recent inspections by NITRATE OF SODA '- :
J"i to ,, !. '" prices as stock in good condition. It tle feed. agents of the state plant board, the retary Houston of the U. S. Depart-I J
f is not only in the shipment of cattle counties ment of Agriculture, that and
So far, Malone has shipped eleven of Citrus, Sumter, Lake and as
f ',.. '', r that dehorning shows its advantage, cars of fat hogs and expects to COn- Volusia, and all counties north htereof of systematic dipping of cattle in :\Ion-I ALL FERTILIZER MATERIAL '
: ; but in the penning of cattle for feeding tinue for several months. These at in the state of Florida, as being boll roe county during the past season

7 ; for market. It is not practicable the average of Friday's sale-$2,000 weevil infested territory within the that county, with an area of 1,100 Send your name on a postal card and we will keep you
s" to feed them in enclosures when they per car-will bring many thousands of meaning of said rule." square miles will be released from posted on Prices. Send for free literature on HOME ''

have horns, as there are always some dollars into the county to be distributed According to Plant Commissioner tick fever quarantine on December 1st MIXING also all SPRAYING MATERIALS.
animals with disposition to boss that among the farmers and stock men. Newell the number of weevils enter- of this year.Complaint. ,
.
!, r will monopolize the feed and water to -Marianna Times-Courier. ing the newly invaded territory is un- has been made by Dr. W. TIlE NITRATE AGENCIES COMPANY ; ;
the great detriment of the others. H. Cox, state health officer because
usually large, and through Alachua, ,
<., ,.x-" The same is true of dairy herds, and Levy, Putnam and Marion counties se- communications on animal sanitation Jacksonville, Heard Building Florida
a good cow has been ruined by having PLANT MORE CANE. matters, being
vere damage to the cotton next are sent to his office.
crop a--'
:: her udder torn by the horns of another the All animal sanitation
; year by weevils may be expected problems should :
animal. Fear of injury also has a be sent direct to the Live
Save several hundred although such damage is not likely I Stock Sanitary -
bad... effect. on. a milking cow and she of this more stalks to reach its maximum in this area un- Board, Tallahassee Florida
I seed cane
are win hornless.give much more milk if her mates' I Many farmers in Bradford year than county usual.are til 1919. In Citrus county north of where they will have prompt atten- SOUTHERN
tion. SEEDS
Inverness the damage to the will
It is receiving a good price for this crop
8 not advisable, however, to de- syrup be
l than
horn cattle fattened for year and next year more farmers will I more appreciable; south of 2,000 bu.
baby beef, Inverness Fulghum Oats at $1.75 bu.
it is
likely to be inconsiderable
find it to their VALUABLE REMEDY FOR
as their age can be told approximately advantage to have the CATTLE 1,000 bu. Hastings 100 bu. Oats, $1.75.
by the size of their horns, and the le. some syrup to sell, says C. D. Gunn, ton in during the northern coming portions season.of Sum-Cot- TICKS. 2,000 bu. Texas Rust Proof Oats, $1.25

moval of these may cause the buyer to county demonstration agent. Sugar ter and Lake will experience 500 bu. Florida Black Rye, $3.75 bu.
look with suspicion on their age. cane grows well here, and with a little damage-from the weevil in 1918. light Cot- Mr. John C. Luning;, state treasurer, 1,000 bu. Abruzzi Rye, $3.50 bu.

L. B. Mann, in animal husbandry in forethought and preparation should ton planters in the southern portionsof recently visited the splendid stock 500 bu. Southern Rye, $3.00 bu. 4s
the Kansas state agricultural prove a profitable cash crop. farm of Mr. L. K. Edwards 5,000 Ibs. D.
college Sumter and Lake, and in the of Irvine E. Rape at 20c. per lb.
In coun-
advises that if the feeder is raising every great war the limiting fac- ties Marion county, and noticed that his Wiite for t
of Hernando Pasco complete
tor has been the Orange and catalog and of all teed
his calves the food supply. The fine cattle
own best method of de- Seminole were free of the tick. Mr.
e homing will be found to be an appli- farmers of Bradford county are now northern, as well portion as those of Polk in the extreme Edwards informed the state treasurer BLOOMFIELD NURSERY AND SEED CO.
cation of engaged in a hand-to-hand battle with county that this
caustic
soda
or potash when condition due
was to '
may expect to have their fields invaded preven- Monticello
the calf is few the boll weevil and the most satisfac- tion Florida
a days old, or when by the weevil the and the use of a very valuable
the button can be felt through the skin. tory way to combat this enemy is by the during latter partof recipe. A copy of the recipe was giv- _
x Wet the stick of caustic cutting off his food supply. The far- summer and early autumn of to Mr. ,.
j slightly and i 1918, but the damage in this during en Luning that he might have
r rub it well the skin mer who plants a large acreage of area it published
on over the horns, 1918 will not be sufficient to for the benefit of others. tj
after first Clipping the hair over the cotton next year will be inviting the justi- It is considered valuable for the
fy decrease in rea-
a of I
J region. Do not get the stick too wet his attacks of the weevil and weakening during 1918. Planters acreage in long the southern staple son that fully 90 per cent of the cattle -
or it will be apt to run down the own chances for success. brought into this
; over portion of Hillsborough and the state from other I SEED POTATOESMaine
side the head By increasing the acreage of cane -
or burning off the hair southern portion of Polk counties and states that are not infested with cat-
the farmer
i and causing needless will be increasing his tle ticks die I
pain. in DeSoto and Manatee counties when ticks get on them '.,.
chances
f If dehorning is not done at this time for success and putting the may in this state.
'i, 1 waft until the horns has made a fair weevil. to a disadvantage. for safely count on producing long staple The recipe for cattle tick fever is f
c two
i The seed seasons more before the boll as l Grown Selected SeedSPAULDING'S'NO.
I. growth and then use either the saw cane should be stored or weevil follows: *
or the clipper, which must be used in bunked in a well drained place, but perceptibly interferes with the 1 pound mandrake. J
production. '
any case if feeders are purchased. The care should be taken to see that the 1h pound gelsemium. f 4 ROSE, EARLY RED BUSS;

., i clippers are quicker and less painful I bank is not so high as to cause dry \a pound hops. I TRIUMPH, IRISH COBBLERS. I
1 t than the saw. In the opinion of Mr. I rot. It is not a good plan to make the TRESPASS SIGNS. Ji pound stramonium.Mix I z

Mann, however, they make a cleaner banks too large, but rather make sev- thoroughly and run through I We are now ready to receive contracts for November,
:: i cut and bleed longer than that made eral small banks. Just off the press, a new lot of "No sieve and keep in an air tight a II December
Trespassing," and I jar. and January delivery. *
; l with the saw. In either case one "Hunting Forbid- To 2% pounds of this mixture add

should cut a little below the union of MARKETING HOGS den" placards. Large type on heavy 8% ounces of rye shorts; either wheat Write for prices, stating quantity and varieties wanted. -;
;: cardboard. Call I
the
i the horn and skin, the horn will at Telegraph off shorts
or beats burying them. Seve or oatmeal will do all right if Our Seed
Hoover fice Potatoes
i I start growing out again. o Starke. are the highest quality MAINE]
rye cannot be had. Then I
-
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Com run this mix
J The best time for dehorning in the ture through sieve I GROWN selected
menced feeding my herd of about 100 a two or three seed. 4
South is the cooler months, when there Substitute for times so as to get -- -
hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over Tobacco. a thorough mixture. _
are fewer insects to annoy the animal two months ago. Fifty were sick and Throughout the tropical Orient the Give from this one to two and one-half We are familiar with the condition in Florida and our teed stock U $Mlec; _

A few days after the operation avoid off feed. Nearby herds had cholera. natives employ a substitute for tobacco tablespoons, according to age and size ed. You should plant Maine grown teed for belt re.ultt. ,.T
t giving dusty hay or other feed in I did not lose one-they are well and consisting of a slice of aricapalm of animal: Feed it in a little damp I Write for de.criptive.eed catalogue
which there is much dust, as the nut, ,: bran or other feed I f3
j* growing fast.-For sale by D. C. wrapped In betel leaf, flavored stuff twice a day; -
x wounds are liable to become infected Jones, Starke. Nov. 29162330. with a fine lime made of native sea or if animal will not take food it can

and cause trouble. shells, and colored with carmine. The be used as a drench. E. MARTIN SEED COl

r Time is money. 'Dont waste it Ite QUUM nat DOM Mi Ames .. bur habit is universal especially with the calf.Two teaspoons will be enough fora
r i Because of iu tonic and women and sellers of "betel "
nut"
laxative effect. _
} hunting stray stock. Put an ad in the TIVE BROMO QUININE better thin orchauy LAXA. be seen on many of the street corners may Corner Newnan and Bay Jacksonville. Fla. liF.$
Quinine and doe
Telegraph and the animals will soon not cause nervousness nor
s ringing in bead. Remember the full name and In Saigon and other cities of Indo- Tell it to the Telegraph and tell Oldest Established
be located. and
lock tJt the suture of B. W. GROVE. 30c.: China. ev Largest Seed House in the State
erybody. Advertise! .-
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 23, 1917. BRADFORD COUNT TELEU; :.\Nl.I .
P.\GE SEVE.'i
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comes {o ffie telephone Ice"sE U -"What Is It?" Ethel] Inquired. Someone is coming!! Larry warned "D n't say It, you dog!" Larry
know." ne scanned one"oT"JheThe
I "My dear, the wine cellar-quick! the girL warned him. And his finger curled ,

The scheme appealed to":Major von It's a great chance!" To his immense alarm and consternation caressingly! about the trigger of the crown prince is to

Brtnisf. Accordingly they had as the door he Paris while! Yin Kluck t
or- "What do you mean? she asked swung open saw revolver.

dered the man Otto to return the in- wonderingly. He had already pulled that this latest arrival was no other
"Xo !
Under no It Isn't true! Don't believe -
strument to Its hiding place. And stationing up the trapdoor. The padlock had not than Henry Streetman. .him!" Ethel urged. "I thought I

others where they might keep been closed. "You want to hide me They saluted. And as a wave of recognition was married honestly-truly married. 4

'I watch of the fireplace, and yet not be there?" swept across Streetman's face I loathe him. I despise him. Ir1v4L

Fire seen by anyone who entered the room Somehow, she shrank from the he whipped" out his revolver and cried You do believe me? Oh, say

they instructed Lieutenant Baum to thought of descending Into that dark "Halt! that you do-please!! ':

arrest the first person who approachedthe hole. It seemed to her that once she "What the devil do you mean?" "Of course my dear I ]love your! .11.\ ,

BB RICHARD PARKER telephone sought that shelter they would surely Larry cried.Streetman. Larry said quietly, as if that were reason pq(

"Report to me at once, In such an find her In the end. regarded him coolly. enough-and more-for his complete (

event," the major said. "Well, Captain Redmond!" he said.
"Xo, no! 'Twould be the first placethey'd trust In her 1
"If necessary, shoot before any mes- "Well Herr Strassman!! I t;
search he replied. He pulleda "What a delightful triangle we pre-
sage can be sent," Streetman told him. "We meet under somewhat different
flashlight from his pocket and crept sent!! Streetman remarked with a \
The man from the Wllhelmstrasse] circumstances from that night In the -
BastdoattxdnmtofBO1
down the he
steps as talked. "Wait! nasty smile. He adopted the pose of
COOPER HEGRUE then hurried away to see General he said. And in another moment he moonlight on TJnter den Linden" forgetting the revolver in Captain Red \ 1 I
.
Freund, promising to return to Join the had so placed the light at the foot of Streetman observed. mond's band. And he moved, tentatively
major and Captain Karl at "Yes, quite different!" the -
dinner. was almost
and the stairs that its beams shot
Author of TJndei Cover co-antbot: upward to see what would happen. He

of"!t Pius to Advertise" through the opening. "That's it, that'sIt Jaunty response. found out quickly."I ii l G7G
CHAPTER XVIII. "Then you were In the English army. "
he exclaimed
He
delightedly. was I wouldn't move If I were you,
II' still standing upon the cellar floor Now, Captain Redmond, you wear a Larry told him sharply.

Death Hovers Near Ethel. "The light's shining In your face! Look! German uniform." I "Xo?" Streetman inquired with a i i
:Tae
uauaLJ
or Cowpsor.
rnpt. Ever since she "And 'tis a good fit too for German
succeeded In In- Can you see me?" he asked. sarcastic smile. "Permit me to point qtr{

Major von Brenig looked inquiringly : Telgllng Lieutenant Baum Into revealIng "No, no! The light blinds me. Jcal"t clothes," Larry replied. I out that when someone enters this t A
to her the secret of the fork In the But the other was in no good mood "
'at his colleague from the Wilhelm- see you at all!! she told him. I room- 1 :

strasse. road, Ethel had waited her opportunity He came up quickly then. for banter. I "When someone does, if you say one

"You wanted me, captain?"he asked. to telephone the news to the French "Good-good! Xow listen "That night I gave you your life," word, or do one thing, I'll kill you-so

"The proprietor here is a spy," Street- front It seemed to her that the German It somebody peeked down there, he proceeded. "Xow I must take it help me God I will!" Larry promised
Intruders would never leave the back again. Before I call my men
said. wouldn't think
they
man a desperate :woman -
"ChrIstophe-a spy? Are you sure?" public room, even for five minutes. was standing at the foot of these have you anything to say?" him.But the threat was far from alarm- UI
Meanwhile "Xot word!! *. >!
she had hovered near. And a Larry defied him.
stairs waltin' shoot
. "Absolutely sure! Streetman ref to the first man Ing the fellow '

plied. "This telephone leads to the at last she was convinced that the who tried to come down?" "You have no message to sendthegirl "Afterward, you and the lady wll. I'' (. f
"
: }'rench.nd I have settled the affair." coast was clear.Cautiously Ethel stood there In the glare: of the you told me of? follow me," he pointed out to his

t Even as he spoke a scream from outside she opened the door. and flashlight bad listened to his plans. "I believe she can hear me when I enemy. -a JL .w ..... : ':.

i reached their ears-a woman's peered Inside. She Raw no one. So she "Yes-yes-I believe they would," say that I love her and pray the good "Perhaps!r* Larry granted. "But "The Whole Plan Against the British f

, scream. And Immediately there followed ]- stepped Into the room. For Just a few she admitted, beginning to understandhis God to keep her safe and free from you'll go first Remember that! If Army! c

the sound of a volley.: moments she hesitated, to assure herself scheme. harm," the Irishman told him In all they find me in this uniform, I'm done t

Major von Brenig turned his head that there was a lull In the movements "And that's what we've got to make truth. He was serious now, was Cap- for anyhow, so I've nothing to lose. Is flanking us from Tournay and Le

of the enemy. Apparently tain Redmond. Indeed, he saw that he Cateau. It they succeed, It will clear
and listened. they them believe. Xow, hasten darlin' You have. You don't want to
had withdrawn to was In a devilish tight hole. And the road to Paris. Do you see
"Ah, mon pere!" It was Jeanne spruce themselvesup hasten! Tis best here!" He rack die. You're a coward or you wouldn't
after their long march. his brains as he would, he could thinkof what It m'ans'l" he asked Ethel. fY
Christophe sobbing led her behind the cigar counter, for have treated her like that-cheated,
She nerved herself to her no way out "It means everything if we can only
Already she had flung herself upon task. he bad suddenly abandoned his previ- robbed her!! a '

her father's riddled body. She stole to the fireplace, glanced ous notion of concealing her in the ad. Larry was right The girl he loved "It was a way to serve my countryand let the British know, she answered. s

Major von Brenig cast a reproving over her shoulder for one last hurried i I joining room. "Go and hide!" he di- did hear him. Before Streetman had my country is above all. For noth- "Xow take his car that's outside" 5

glance at his haughty fellow officer survey of the room, and reached her rected. And she crouched low in the said another word, Ethel leaped from ing else do I care," he announced you must know how to drive it, Larrysaid. 1'"

"Good God-so soon? Without Investigation hand out for the instrument She had shadow of the counter. "Ah! God Is behind the cigar counter with her re piously. "His pass will get you through 1. '

?" he exclaimed. "What If barely taken It up when she heard the good to the Irish!" he exulted. "Have volver leveled at Streetman. His hypocritical answer roused Ethel] to Tourville. $1.-

command- "Hands: Hands "Oh, Larry! Come with me ; ,
"
Le were innocenU"But yon a revolver? up up-or I'll kill to Ineffable scorn.

Streetman had no misgivings. "Haiti" "Yes, Larry!" She produced small, you!" she cried.Streetman "Why, he isn't a German!! she She could not bear the thought of !' "

"Ah! It will be a lesson to these Ethel turned. To her startled eyes nickeled weapon.He wheeled about In amaze- scoffed. "He's a Russian In the German leaving him

others," be said carelessly.In the room seemed suddenly full of sol] took it from her. ment. And before he could collect his pay." "The pass says 'For bearer!! Tis no c'yr' .,

diers. And giving a little she scattered wits Captain Redmond good for two. I'd not get twenty yards t '. r w-
the adjoining room Charlie Brown cry, 'Tis rather a toy," be said. had "A Russian eh? said Larry."What .
dropped the telephone upon the floor. "ButI wrested the German till I was stopped. You must ,
and the German sergeant had heard suppose It will shoot Then don't let spy's revolver if I am? Streetman retorted I ., '

those shots. And now they burst upon Lieutenant Baum confronted her the sound of a shot frighten you into from him."Ethel "I am loyal to Germany." go"Then!

the two officers in great excitement sternly screaming. I've got to give my dear, you shouldn't have "So you're a traitor too-a traitorto si
myself
"You are a spy for the French!" he a mixed In this "That's the brave girl! he praised I
"What happened? Is It the French? bit of a flesh wound just in the hand." up Larry reproved her. your own country! Larry taunted I
said. Streetman heard him with her warmly. "And listen! At Tour A. s
Charlie called. i "Xo, no!" she exclaimed in Increased Increasing him. "A renegade! Why, you're a dis
"Jt Is finished-the damned spy!" "No, no! Let me explain!" alarm. wonder. grace even to that uniform. You've gota ville go to the mayor's house. Walt i .'

Streetman rejoined. lie ignored hr protest 'My dear!" he repeated after Larry. yellow streak, Strassman and that'swhat'll for me. Somehow tonight under cover

"What's happened?" Charlie asked "Load! He snapped out the orderto "With this It can be only a scratch, "Then you know Captain Redmond?" save us." of darkness I'll manage to get there .
be said. "As soon as I shoot duck and and there well find the : ..
to
again."A his men. And as they obeyed- Ethel he exclaimed searching Ethel's face The telephone sergeant stepped inside you, English: -
Now
hide. here goes!
matter of war," the major told cried: lIe shot himself in the right hand, for the information he only now be- the door, in obedience to Larry'slate lines together. .w htfrryP ;

him briefly-"that Is not on my con "No, no, no! For"God's sake don't then handed the revolver back to Ethel, gan to susPt'Ct. command. Streetman was between be added. "For every second counts t- 1"

." lIe was far from approvingof shoot me like that! Trembling, she who immediately huddled behind the "I do," she told him unflinchingly.He the fellow and Larry. And the for England." ,

Streetman's hasty action. stood there, while they covered her counter. Then Larry bunged the trapdoor saw everything clearly at last.. soldier did not see Captain Redmond'e There was no time even for the 1-

"The execution of a spy!" Streetman with their rifles. shut And backing away from; It, "Then, by God! You're the English. revolver."It shortest goodby. But Ethel took one I a.

interposed. And the words were hardly Then another cry of "Halt!" rang I r she loved!" he exclaimed he .
man as fleeting look into his honest loving !t Mp'
he waited for the men who as he knewwould Is fifteen minuteshe began .
out of his mouth before several pri- out This time the command cam soon come running In. turned to Larry. But Streetman gave him no time to finIsh eyes Then he opened the door for her (l-

vates squeezed through the entrance to from the doorway. It was Larry Red In another moment they burst upon Ethel did not wait for Captain Red. and she left biiu. i 4

the keeperless inn. There were two mond who Interrupted the grim busi- mond to answer. Captain: Redmond as he turned I I
"Sergeant! he exclaimed
files; and between them they bore a him."Herr wounded!" "Yes, yes, I love him!" she confessed eagerly away from the door that shut even the t'1 {
ness.Lieutenant captain-you are "Remember first!" :
Larry i
stretcher, upon which there lay some- Ileum turned to him in I Lieutenant Baum cried. shamelessly. "I've always loved you go I view of her departure away from him, 'J
warned him in an undertone. And tome
thing covered with a sheet A little surprise, while the German soldiers 'Tis nothing And him." .. .. found that the German sergeant had h' ;
Larry replied. ___ __ 'noncom ne saw, "you've interrupted
distance behind the gruesome procession lowered their guns and saluted. be proceeded to bandage his bloody Theu you lied TO L me when you saidyou I slipped in by means of another en ,
us, sergeant on some important
Jeanne Christophe followed sob "What are you doing?" Larry de- hand with a handkerchief hated him," Streetman accused I trance. '
business. There have been no mes
bing. manded."A Others her. "You lied when you said you Larry told him there had been no
joined the. startled knot of "
One glance told Charlie Brown what spy for the French!" Baum explained Germans wanted to work against the Englishyou sages. messages, and a look of vast relief !: %

rested upon that stretcher-that it was somewhat peevishly -among the newcomers, Major lied!" He was like a madman, as The sergeant saluted] and retired. came over the gallant Irishman's face ;
I von Brenig. t "Yes Karl he had said '
the body of someone who but a few "A spy for the French, eh?" Larry "The spy-the he realized how she had tricked him. Captain as as he heard the cough of a motor start ''
woman he
spywhereIii turned.
momenta before had stood there in the said as he drew nearer. "PraulelnhI' -" : she?" he asked. "I lied-yes!" she confessed. "I lied, ing outside. There followed the notes 1\

slanting sunlight dt the summer afternoon hl'gan.nd then he stopped short. too, when I said the English fleet had "So you are Captain Karl!! Street of a horn, which grew rapidly fainter. :

and faced the firing squad. Out He had not recognized Ethel at first, Larry told him that the woman had dispersed. It hadn't It went to the man gasped. lIe wondered what further And he knew then that Ethel had t "

of respect he removed his hat. lie for her back was toward the door. escaped.The Kid caual. I've lied to you every minute revelations would take place. made her escape unhindered. ... '

did not know who the unfortunate But now they gazed it each other in major swore roundly at that. -every minute since we left for "Xow hand over your military papers "Do you know which Is my room?"

might have been. But nevertheless he. amazement. "A spy, eh?" Larry re And then Larry explained that she Brussels." !r* Larry ordered him. he asked the sergeant H

profoundly shocked. had suddenly produced a revolver] and "I will not!" The fellow told him and ;i
was Larry was
peated. "What makes you think so? "You said the man you married wasa ;
:' "Poor devil, I'm sorry for him- 'She went to use that telephone. It shot him. "Before I could draw my German spy-" Larry reminded "Yes, you will! A German would on the point of leaving him when Lieutenant ,

whoever he was!" ,he said. leads to the French," the lieutenant .own revolver-khe'd got away," he said. Ethel. "But you can't be her husStreetman rather die than betray his country to Baum brought word that Major i
"She raised the trapdoor and went the enemy; but you're not a German, I t.
Major von Brenig drew a paper said. von Brenig wished to see Captain Karl
from a pocket of his coat down there," he continued, pointing to you dirty coward! You're not man at once. "' ;

"Here Is your pass," he told the "Excellent excellent!! Larry told the floor. enough:; to stand up and take your ".\ny news, sergeant?" the lieutenant 1
him. "But-I shall investigate this The "
American as he handed him the document major remembered that there medicine. Come on! Inquired, after Larry had gone. .. '

"We have decided that you shall matter. was no outlet to the wine cellar. And After that Streetman reached for his "None, Herr Lieutenant. !J .

go to Brussels," he added. The major "But Major von BrenlgDaum be without hesitation he raised the trap- v papers. But Larry stopped him sud- "What is that?" Baum asked pres- t .

appeared to be in something of a gau. door, to face a blinding burst of light 4 denly. He reflected that possibly the ently. A curious persistent tapping"

hurry to speed the parting guest He Larry brought him up sharply He backed away quickly. fellow carried! another revolver caught their attention, coming, apparently ,1

was, as a matter of fact disturbed that "I am your superior officer!" he reminded "What the devil!" he shouted. 1, "Xo, on second thought I'll get 'em from beneath their feet ty

the unfortunate execution had taken the lieutenant And at that the And at the same time Larry warned 0I' / myself," he said. And he quickly appropriated "Why-it is the code!" the sergeant '

place under the very nose ofaXew other saluted "In ten minutes," Larry him to be careful. Streetman's treasured doc- exclaimed ,.4

York newspaper man. And now he continued, "you will report to Major "She must have one of our pocket uments. Among them he found a map "What does It say?" Baum con tin. "

wished to hasten Mr. prown upon his von Breidg that you captured the spy flashlights," he said. "What a targetit of the British intrenchments. ued. .. 4..

way before he had further opportunityto -that she Is here in my charge, and made of :you, major! And In the ,, "You've marked Trench 27!" Larry The sergeant listened intently, while

pry Into the details of the tragedy. will he be kind enough to come here dark you could not see her, could you?" exclaimed. "What mischief have you he spelled out the signal. *

"But as I told )'ou-" Charlie Brown directly." "Xo!" von Brenig admitted. "And afoot for Trench 27?" "Help!" he Interpreted. t-

the from the officer "Yes, Herr Captain!" she can pick off our men one by one Streetman dived for then. ( s.-
began, taking pass Larry "Oh-it is the woman spy, the lieutenant 4&
"In ten minutes, lieutenant!! as they go down unless we rush her."
told I want to- But for
I Redmond
"as you, i f Captain was ready said contemptuously. And their .
"It is not a matter for argument," It Is for the fatherland!" Larry closed the door quickly. ; him. He threw the unhappy rascal Interest Ceased for the time being. But I

ilajcr von Brehig said stiffly. "Ten minutes!" Baum replied. And "If "I may make so bold as to suggest Into a chair. And thereupon Street soon the alert ear of the sergeant heard -I

once more he saluted. he began; and seeing that the
"And man thought letter of his intention startled him.
yon had best start at once, something that
(i' .
At sign from Baum the soldiers major him permission to continue
a gave
.
Streetman Handing the revolver to Ethel] Larry "
added. I( "It Is from one of our men. he de-
withdrew with the lieutenant leadingthe he said. "If there is no out of the
way
bade her their covered.
keep prisoner "lie
Charlie Brown saw that his aspiration claret as the tapping continued.
cellar save that, why waste our men t
to proceed back of the German I way. And then the resourceful man proceeded has the password."
waited till the last man was when ail we need Is to leave her thereto
lines were doomed. And now he accepted :i Larry to bind his captive. "Then open the: door, quickly r' Baum
out of the room and the doors had starve-till there's no fight in her?" I '
the situation as cheerfully as he I "When someone comes in to find me commanded. tl'I
Then he "Why not leave her there forever?"
closed behind them. sprangto
could. I like this, what do you think will happen I The sergeant obeyed, and, looking
side. von Brenig asked. He was above
Ethel's ,
"
"Say good-by to old Christophe for : to you? Streetman snarled. down into the cellar he cried:
"Ethel! They caught at the everything, a practical man. '
me!" he "Tell him I'm you "Xothing!! was the captain's blithe
enjoined them. "Gott In Illmmel! It is Herr Captain
'Tis better sUI1-'tl1J a just fate for
telephone? he cried.
lOrry I didn't get his chicken dinner, answer. "For I'll be proving with my Strassman, bound and gagged! !
"Yes!" That was all she could say, a spy, Larry agreed. aIn
but better luck next time!" lIe held "Baum-run own English:; papers I'll say I found on few moments they had released
a
as she faced him pitifully. a bayonet through the
kls band out to the major. But handshaking you, that you're an English spy, and
Streetman."I .
"Then they knew; and 'twas a trap hasp.the! major ordered. The padlockhad ;
that I captured for the father
tell outside German military you I t
set for you?" fallen into the cellar unheeded was taken at a great disadvantage
land.
etiquette. Major von Brenig saluted. when Larry first the and unexpectedly attacked by an a Jt
"Oh, Larry, what will happen to opened trap "
"tou
; "I may warn you," Major von Brenig me?" "Later you will make the fastening dog! the other cried. He was Englishman" S'reetman told them. In ;-

cautioned the American, "I may warn thoroughly alarmed now, as he saw the '
to their anxious questioning.
lie tried to calm her fears. permanent, von Brenig said. response
you that It you are found off the road plausibility of the Irishman's ruse. "Have either of seen Captain
> "There there darling-no more you
to Brussels the consequences will be my CHAPTER XIX Wheeled About in Amaze 'Tis best you don't talk too much Karl?"
!
harm shall to
come
4aerioUl.." you ment. either," Larry cautioned him humor- "
"He is with Major von Brenlj.
his active mind was formu
Already
"In fart you will be shot, my friend," A Surprise for Streetman. ously. And he proceeded to gag the Lieutenant Baum replied.A .
her relief.
"
for
lating' a plan band, be told Streetman. "I met t
1 Streetman said, to make the matter entirely Well satisfied at the happy termination I your helpless man. Then to'Ethel's sur- sinister gleam came Into Streetmau's .
"But what are we to do? she asked. wife in Berlin.
I Imen prise less than the renegade Rus
clear. And he appeared not at of the episode, the major and hit no eyes."Lieutenant.
She felt helPless Incompetent to act, Streetman
all In I I sneered. sian's, he opened the trapdoor and
uneasy over the contingency. retired once more. And Larry to Captain Karl at
fact he to devise any means for saving herself "Her husband? So that'swhat dragged Streetman. whom he had tied.seated go
impressed Charlie Brown as now found himself in Is here witha
, alone the room, once. Say that someone
from the fate that hung over her. she told you! That's good!" lIe to the hair the
being Irritatingly cheerful across room he said.
except for a telephone sergeant who message from TourvIlle f
"Now, dear, since they knowyou're even laughed at the thought In spiteof
my toward the stairs that It'll 1 to the wine
"
,. "I know you hope for the best, stationed himself at the field Instrument "And as soon as! Captain Karl] leaves
a spy there's no great chancefor the menacing revolver that Captain cellar. It was only a few seconds' workto
fg Brown told him. He could not deny which he had placed upon a table the room, Inform Major von Brenig
you to escape through their lines, Redmond pointed at him. lower his victim to the bottom of
himself that passing retort "But don'tworryhe when the Germans first reached the that I alone, single-handed have captured
" i he said. "So for the moment, go into "Heary! Henry!! Ethel's boldnesshad tie short flight.; As the chair bumpitl )'
told the major. "I won't Lion d'Or. At least, there were nc an English spy Already Street-
that roombe pointed out a door tc forsaken her from
now. step tu step Larry could not refrain
miss. Brussels road. And, Streetman, others present so far as the sergeant man was gloating over his intended reprisal
her-"go in there, lock the door, and knew. In their consuming interest In She could not bear to hear such from a parting jest. 'Tis many

If you ever come to America, look me when they come back; I'll do the best 1 that trapdoor not one of the Invaders things said-and before Larry, of all a lung day, I'll warrant, since you rode Before executing his errand Lieutenant '

up! I'll give you one good time!" can with a bit of explainin'. had noticed Ethel as she crouched behind men. In a J.iuntiu;: car." he remarked. Streetman's
Brtum-at Bequest-
Come! He started for the
"I fear he will never get to Brus- the cigar counter. "I don't understand." Captain Red -im1M<1 hU revolver to the spy from the .

elll,'- t'on Brenig said somewhat pen- door of the room where he meant tc Ordered by Larry to leave, the ser mond n.ild slowly. I CHAPTER XX Wlihelmstrasse.

Uely, after Charlie had Certainly hide her, when his foot caught onsomethingit "Then
gone. geant explained that Major von Brenig let me explain-since you apd ;Sergeant-send! for a military auto
he wished the American no ill was the padlock that was expecting a she are in love. It may be of some In- Little Jeanne Squares Accounts. t I
message. mobile. Have it come here at once. ei
luck. But he knew that not all officers was: pushed through the hasp of the "Come back in fifteen minutes Lar terest for you to know Captain Red With the venomous Streetuiau safelylionised I
have a little matter at Tourville to
whom be might meet would trapdoor of the wine cellars and he mond." Streetman could have of Captain Redmond
prove ordered. "I will take scarcely swiftly said.
ry any messages.: attend to, personally, Streetman ,
tripped and all but fell "Sure trippln'sa
,
to be Columbia men. prayed for more complete than shuffled through the packet of
The fellow had than revenge papers had
no sooner cellar he
he gone As he lay bound In the
bad sign, exclaimed. "I'll not be
"It Is his risk Streetman said. this. he had filched from the fellow.
own married this IHe Larry started for the cigar counter. heard almost every word of Larry'a -
"He did not have to come here. year. paused a? "Well, my darlin', so far so good!" "Ah! His pass!" he exclaimed joy- instructions: to the pseudo Madame de'
a thought struck him-an Inspiration.it "Oh, don't! Don't! Ethel entreated.But .
Now major, there may be other spies. he sad! in a low voice. And then to ously. And then he gave an exclamation Lorde.
seemed. And for a brief instant he Streetman continued ruthlessly.
Would it not be best to replace the his dismay. he heard someone at thestreet of surprise. "A copy of their or- -
] down at the contrivance at his "This he said "this has "
locked lady
lady, "
telephone
and put a secret guard ders! he exulted. "The whole plan
door 'jSsh! J>on'l get !
yet
feet up the honor to be-" '('t'n1Pd.: Ne'tt' WM'ld :
around this rQ9m1.1'henH an!onejlj g against the British! army!!! Larry said


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. r 'PAGE. EIGHT *. BRADFORD COIJN&TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA:: FRtDA Op .
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.L. ,. "Who Gives Our Thanksgiving. Dinner Douglass attended the Primitive Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tanner,of Co- I here on business

.. ?"-Cecil Hall. annual meeting at Salem, over in I lumbia county, were the guests'of Mr. I Mr. A. L. Driggers Monday 1100n.

:,1.ii Hymn of Patriotism-School. Columbia county. and Mrs. R. A. Y. Roberts Monday.Mr. this place, is doing ,-a mete
. Everybody, especially the parents, Mr. Philip Nettles and Mr. Mason J. A..Means, of Mikesville, was I now. a rushing.b b
are invited to be present. Elixson went to Starke Monday to s.;"
J s t County News Item J. R. Davis, of Starke, was l o'king'after take the train for South Carolina, I I .
business interests here Wednes- where they will be in the training I' :"

camps for Uncle Sam. Their many Curiosity Kille
day.B.
S. McCain, who is now G. S. & friends hope they will return home
' Intcrcsdhtf feet Gathered During the Week by Our F. section foreman at Jasper, spent safe and sound when the war is over.
with his here. He Miss Lorene Alderman visited the
Regular Correspondents Sunday fanyly contemplates -
moving to.. Jasper at an ear- fair at Live Oak Friday and Saturday. the Cat
t ly date.. Miss Leaty Shaw left Friday for but -

i --- -- 1-- Miami, where she will remain for a i
last week with relatives in Lake City. few days and then return home.
BRIDGE.
LONG Mr. E. J. Roberts left last Satur- BROOKER.Miss .

day for Macon, Ga., to visit his son, Saved the
s Rev. E. C. Wells, of South Jacksonville PROVIDENCE.Everybody .
,
k t John, who is in training at the camp. EmHie Spinks, one of our pro-
: < pastor of the Baptist church at I Robert Blanchard and David Red- gressive school teachers, attended the

-. : Raiford, preached at the Long Bridget I''dish were visitors to Highland Sun- teachers institute at bake Butler last around here is having a

: school Miss house Yarborough Sunday afternoon., of Raiford,' day.Mr. Saturday. good time going to cane grindmgs. !" World'
May
E. Whitmore came up from Mr. H. L. Lewis has purchased the Mr. Raiford Carver, of Lake But-
: is her sisters, Mrs. Obey and ..
visiting
f this week. Jacksonville and spent Sunday with R. H. Green place. ler, was a visitor to Mr. D. W. Car- -

I f ; Marion'Moody Misses Gertrude, and Loca Anderson relatives here. : :Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver and son, ver's and Mrs. W. L. Blair Sunday.Mr. .

Perla Whitten, Annie, Vivian Graham, Clyde Dinkins, of Jacksonville, is Lewis, visited Miss Marguerite Shriv- J. M. Fralick has just purchaseda -I
Vesta Reynolds and Mr. Shepard spending this week visiting relativesin I er, of Lake City, who is attending Co- new seven passenger Oldsmobile.Mr. By J. R. HAMILTON

Moore, of Raiford, attended services and near Lawtey. I lumbia College.Mr. Lonnie Farnell and Mr. Leon- Former Advertising; Manager of Wanamiker's, PhllidilpMt
Mr. James Harmon returned home a Elden Baxter left for rrmy ser- ard Summers were visitors to Lake "
afternoon.
at Long Bridge Sunday few days from Tampa, where he vice last Tuesda ymorning. .
._ Miss Lillian Mackery, of Clay Hill, ago Butler Sunday night. :1
spent several weeks at the home of A great many anticipate attendingthe Miss Mabel Summers entertainedher
visited her sister Miss Annie Mackery, jokes
and his daughter, Mrs. F. H. Simmons.Mr. Fair at Gainesville this week.T. young friends with a very enjoy- One of the finest little- we men have in stock is j
Sunday.Mr.
y? Saturday. Lacy Casbn and sister, Miss Lo- C. C. Moseley visited relativesin B. Shirley and J. H. Rainey are able party Friday night. A large the curiosity of women and cats.We "i'
Starke Sunday.Mr. off on a hunting trip this week. crowd attended. All had a pleasanttime.
of Raiford and Misses Miriam Ad- smile indulgently at wives
ca, our and sisters t
James Lowery wa sa business I Pr f. Griffis and Mr. Walter Baxter and m.oth n:
,' kins ler, visited and Maxine friends Willis and, of relatives Lake But-, in visitor to Jacksonville the first part of attended the teachers institute at Lake Several of the young people of this We wag our finger at them and tell them in our po_ i

our community last Sunday. the week. 1 i i Butler last Saturday.Mr. place went to the cane grinding at Mr. humor, "Look out, my dear, 'Curiosity killed the cat' A.nl

: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews and chil- Mr. R. B. Jackson wa stransacting Charles Stephens, of Graysville, i John Biellings Thursday night and all we do not seem to realize that if it weren't for
ireT oil
business in Savannah, Ga., and Jacksonville ..Tenn., is visiting his brother, Mr. C.i had a nice time. curiosity
dren, of Lake Butler, visited relativesin "
community last Sunday. I last Friday and Saturday. i G. Stephens, of near here, this week. Mrs. D. W. Carver and Misses Nita I this twentieth century, would still be living like pigs and dyfug_
our Marshal L. L. Sapp was in Jackson- 'I Messrs. J. L. Shriver and J. W. Pin-
Misses Annie Mackery and Lena and Mabel Blair attended preaching at like flies. JI
5 It ville list week transacting 1 holster to business )
one day were attending in Miller Sunday.Mr. .
I Merritt attended the teachers' association Here of the '
are some things curiosity has done ,
business. 'Jacksonville last :
at Lake Butler Saturday. I Tuesday. C. B. Clark and son and daughter "
l .: Miss Irma Andrews and brother, of Mr. Irvin Norman was a visitor to Mrs. A. M. Garrett arrived here of Ellisville, passed through here Archimedes prying up a stone with a stick was curious g#if&i-

i ... near Brooker, attended services at Jacksonville last Saturday. from Dothan, Ala., last Monday night Sunday morning on their way to Wa- the ease with which he moved a great weight. He discovered
..
I Andrew and Butler Blan- i Mrs. Garrett is visiting her parents, Clark. tW
teroak Mrs. J. J.
Lowery to see
I : :: Long Bridge Sunday afternoon. law of the lever which has made
i Mr. and Mrs. E. L her possible most of the
and
r Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe were chard came over from Jacksonvilleand .Crosby, Messrs. D. C. Williams, Edgar Bummers meclulntc t
L' :. business visitors to Lake Butler Sat- spent Sunday with their families many friends are glad to see her back. ,,Drew Summers, John Ward and wonders the present day. ;
Messrs. L. Sowell and J. S. Forsythwere Raleigh Bielling went to the fair at '
urday. here.Rufus Galileo, curious about the rising of the sun and the t
in Starke business moremeat
Jackson left few days transacting Live Oak.Friday.
a
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling, Sr., were ago
of the stars discovered that
the
it" business visitors to Lake Butler Sat- for Carabelle, where he has secured ,Monday :Mr. Glen Nettles and family and world was not flat .ii
it .I i urday. employment.Mr. Miss Eunice Robinson spent the Mr. Noah Taylor visited Mr. C. H. I Newton was curious about the apple that fell Watt &oo1t.1?

1 i' Rev. McGuire, of Palatka! will A. B. Prevatt was visiting rel- week-end with her parents in Starke. Summers and family, of Columbia the cover of his mother's teakettle. Harvey about blood
atives in Starke last Sunday. Mr. Jim Douglass and Mr. Berry, of our
i t i t. : preach at the Long Bridge schoolhouse county Monday. j
{I ( f- : ; ..# next Saturday night at 7:30, Town Election. Alachua, were visiting here last Sun- Mr. J. M. Fralick and family attend ( Pasteur about the elements of our blood. Howe about tbe'G'ous

f.. II. Sunday morning at 11 and Sunday Ths annual election of officers for day afternoon.Mr. ed the show at Lake City Monday eve- !!! stitching and mending of patient women. And so on dofc3

i: .: night at 7:30. Everybody cordially in- the town of Lawtey passed off very Seebe Newsom, of Graham;was 'Sum ,I! the endless list of famous names. .
:' t f., \"itedtoattend. quietly Monday. The vote was as follows in our burg last Sunday afternoon.Mr. Misses Maud Fralick, Nita Blair and I
C I y r l lt : Marvin Hazen was the guestof Messrs. Purvis Mott and Tommie De- i And yet we laugh at the curious mothers of such curicoa':&

l-: { For Mayor, W. E. Torode41.For Miss Ida Williams, of Worthington kle attended preaching at Miller Sun-i' men

HEILBRONN. Councilmen, two to be elected, last Sunday afternoon. day night. i j
? to be
I Curiosity Why a man ought ashamed to 'wag"hfI t
f : Mrs. L. F. Surrency visited relativesat Misses Ethel :Means
E. L. Biggs-41; V. R. Reddish 41. Myrtis Wynn,
I For Clerk, Treasurer and Assessor, LaCrosse last Friday and Saturday.Mr. Mabel Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor : finger at the'most idle curiosity in the world. ,

F .j Messrs. Joe Jelle and Delbert Sapp, L. H. Hill 41. Joe Surrency and Master Rus- enjoyed a spin Sunday night with Mr. You people wWare reading this paper How are simply puria.;: .
? of Rosier, were visiting in this sect For Marshal and Collector, E. E. sell Douglass visited relatives in Ala- Dewey Fralick in his new car. i .
\. : tion Sunday. Burney-29; J. E. Wilson23.The chua last weekend.Mr. Mrs. Dr. Witt had for her guest last You women who turn to your advertising to find out where to go?

i' t It is with much regret that we notes hold-over councilmen are Enoch and Mrs. W. C. Kerce, of Guil- week her mother, :Mrs. Joiner, of Ala- before you begin your shopping would probably spend many \sm

; :: that Mr. Arthur Alvarez is vacating Griffis, A. M. Blanchard and J, C. Cone ford, spent several days with Mr. and chua. more than had to if were not curious.
you you
t his home in this vicinity. We feel the The new officers will be installed the Mrs. A. B. Shaw last week. money i f:

,J I'- loss but we wish him well in his future firstMonday in January. :Mr. J. Vernon Jones, of Hampton, IS YOUR LIFE INSURED? Don't waste a moment's thought on the.banter of men,' Beil 4-

t l + home, which he has selected in was a business visitor here Tuesday. your advertising, satisfy your curiosity, see the merchandise thst''
r L the Rising section. Messrs.. W. Hazen, II. P. Gainey, I represent the oldest companyin
to Do not hesitate because the
of advert
.
( : HAMPTON A. A. Hazen appeals you. name some
E.
t Mr. N. N .Griffis and wife made a M. Hazen and D. M.
r* ; trip to Starke Tuesday.A Roberts returned from a fishing expe- America-The Mutual Life tiser is new. Let your curiosity have its fullest play.It .

.1.1u t candy pulling at the home.of Mr. Mrs. H. H. Spencer, ot Jacksonville, dition to Shellmount and Cedar Keys of New, York. is time we laid this curiosity joke to rest. >|
:, Drew Reddish was the scene of attraction last Monday night with plenty of fish
,', I i4+, to quite a number of the )young is visiting. her mother, Mrs. V. R. Pre- and reported a nice time. Jos. E. Wilson, Starke, Florida. Heaven help the son of the woman who isn't curious -

folks Friday night. vatt.E. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent :Monday (Copyrighted)
t, I' Messrs. Joe Peele and Schellie Ros M. Gunter, of Lawtey, spent a .and Tuesday in LaCrosse.Mr. :;.14$
part of the week here.C. \ .
ier were attending to business in this I : Jones, of Atlanta, and Mr..Kelley .;.
A. Youngblood, of Theressa,
t> locality Friday afternoon. business wasa of Raiford, were here this week t,
visitor here .
Monday.Mrs. ;
: f Sunday school is progressing nicely. in the interest of working up a Columbian {;
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Wiggins, of Theressa, was i in L
J Make it convenient for you to be with I town shopping Wednesday. Woodmen camp.
I a i ua upon this occasion every Sunday Mrs. Duncan, of Elizabethtown, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Frances Dyal were in Second Carload
.;. rt afternoon at three o'clock. is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Al Alachua. shopping Monday.Mrs. Coming j
':. Y 4 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gardiner spent .len J. H. Rainey is visiting rela-

J-{ Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Gray and Mrs. T. H. Mul- tives at Bell this week.
k L. R. Green and 1
M. D. Carter. family have moved
linax, of Grover, N. C., are visiting
: t Misses Mabel and Louiebelle Carterwere Mrs. E. E. Hardin. to Holt, Fla.
p t'' visiting in Lawtey Saturday. Rev. Jhon Mullady conducted ser- E. J. Ward and family, of Lukens,
= s Miss Chlorie'and Snaider Crawford vices at the Christian church are here this week, grinding CaRe and
i4 were the guests of Miss Eunice Moore Sunday looking after business interests.Mr. .
evening, preaching to large and
a appreciative
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; t r. !I. Sunday. audience.Mr. J. A. Douglass was transacting

i,: J T' r Mrs. Irvin Underhill was the guest and Mrs. Ruie Johns, of Brooker business in Alachua Monday.
;J l of the Bradley family Sunday. were shopping here Wednesday.The T. R. Collins left last Sunday for St.

i Mr. Loyd Moore visited the county mid-week prayer services at the Petersburg. Mr. Collins has sold all .
his
site Saturday. property here and has invested it
; J ; Baptist church 'Wednesday eveningsand
;''.. i I Miss Dora Johnson made a trip to at the Christian church Thursday in property at St. Petersburg. He was
f, I Starke Saturday. one of the pioneer settlers of this
evenings
are being well attended and
''l Ask Mr. Rufus Reddish if cane quite an interest taken. place, building one of the first houses
I and the first man to do business ....
e ,Z.; grinding is not a sweet job. Hampton Camp 103, W. 0. W., heldan He here.
The farmers of this section also has been postmaster for twen-
t are busy interesting meeting Friday evening, tythree
j i grinding cane and making syrup. and a call meeting Saturday evening. years. He has many friends
., I here who wish him much success in
Messrs. Drew Reddish and Arthur The ceremony of introduction was ex
AJvarez were attending to business inI emplified at both meetings. The clerk his new place of business. The remainder -
I i l. Starke Monday. has been forced to order a new sealas of the family will go later.
\. Misses Euice, Rosa and Edith Moore the impression on many new policies Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appointment -
: attended church at Union church Sunday has completely worn out the or- here Saturday and Sunday. 1
r
iginal one. Mr. E. B. Andreu, Jr., was called

Y Miss Froney Bradley was in Stark' The Mother's meeting held at the away on military duty last Saturday.
I Saturday. : school building last Friday was well Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns went to Jacksonville -

t. ; 1 Little Miss Gussie Greene enjoyeda attended and proved to be a most interesting Sunday, where they will visit z
o II few days stay in Starke tffe latter affair. The address by Mrs.F. relatives for a few days.

.. c 1 part of last week.LAWTEY.. A. Scott, of Starke, was a perfect Corporal Joe 'Stewart, of Camp
h i .. treat. Wheeler, i is. home .on. a furlough.
i i The Woman's Christian Temperance me Ladies Aid Society will meet % tw
at the Free
Will
I Union met Monday afternoon at the Baptist church next .
'J- i t residence of Mrs. Nimmo, where an Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All

< Mr. R. F. Humphrey and family, of interesting and instructive programwas the ladies are requested to be present.
Mrs.
Dees
is
: Alfalfa, and Mrs. C. F. Gore and little rendered. The next meeting will very sick at this writ-
1 i daughter, Jeannette, of Jacksonville, be held at the home of Mrs. W. G. ing, but we Dr.hope for her a speedy re

1 were visitors to Lawtey Sunday. Seals. Quite a number of new applica- covery.is the Carefoot of Worthington,
''. Rev. I. C. Jenkins, presiding elder tions for membership have been re attending physician. s]

: of the Jacksonville district, preached ceived. .

t'i r to quite a large congregation last Sunday Thanksgiving Exercises. GUILFORD. '
w, I at morning and evening: services. The public is invited to attend the \ t

,i i r Rev. Willis, of Jacksonville, preached Thanksgiving exercises at the High .....,
: ; I ed at Grace M. E. church last Sunday school building next Wednesday af- :\Ir.'Lucis Joiner ;of near Palestine,

r both morning and evening. ternoon, Nov. 28th, when the following spent the week-end with his sister, >1Iq-
y 4 t Rev. T. S. Stark came over from program will be rendered: Mrs. W. H. Durrance.The i

r Jacksonville and spent Sunday and "Columbia, Thou Gem of the Ocean" stork visited the home of Mr. I We have been in the St. Louis
J Monday with his family here. -School. and Mrs. Oscar Alderman Saturday market this week selectaf!

'.., : I Mr. Jesse Reddish and daughter,i Address of Welcome-Seven Chil- morning, leaving a fine girl. Mother our second carload of '"
;.. Miss Eldridge, accompanied by Miss dren.A. and baby are doing well. Mules and Horses. We have given 0%
z J .. Pearl Bennett, went to Camp Wheeler : Happy Welcome-Lois Terrell. Mr. J. M. Grover visited the Fairat usual
= I at Macon, Ga., last Saturday. They I Patriotic Address-Leslie Futch. Live Oak Saturday. close personal attention to the selection of these animalj!

.:-. i I will visit Mr. Reddish's son, J. I. Red- Thanksgiving-Twelve Children. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Douglass, of
!' dish for la few days, when they will "Thanksgiving Day"-Herbert Dur- Worthington, were seen in this com- and they are the best the market offers f
i visit relatives and friends in other den."Grandma's munity Sunday.Mr. .

:. I parts of the state. Pumpkin Pie"-Hazel and Mrs. C. W. Williamson, of i .

'I r .I, i her Mrs.home. Nellie in Fort Simmons Meade last returned Saturday to Middleton."The Thanksgiving Turkey"Mae ity Columbia Monday county enroute, were to in Lake"our Butler.commun- The car will arrive next week and will be ready for your i

; l' after spending several weeks near this Witt- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders attended inspection. Come and
place, at the home of her parents, Mr, "Thanksgiving Day"-Vera Saxon. Sunday school at Guilford Sunday see them; they are beauties.
,t and Mrs. N. T. Peeples.Mr Thanksgiving Hymn-Intermediate afternoon. .
i / J. J. McLeod returned to his Department Everybody remember that there is
'- employment in Jacksonville last week, "The Day We Love"-Gladys Green. to be a revival meeting night
.r. r after spending a few days at his home "The Story of Thanksghing"Lettie next week. It will start every the fourth

'- f' here cane.digging sweet potatoes and banking "A Johns.Good Thanksgiving"GeraldMiddleton. Sunday Sunday night.night and will end the first J. W. ANDREWS & SONJSTARKE.

s Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett and Hon. J. E. Douglass made a busi-
r t daughter, Miss Clara, motored to the "Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie"-Na- ness trip over in Baker county Mon- .e
.i county seat Friday in their Ford. talye Marcionny."A .

; r Mrs. E. R. Rhoden, of Macclenny Story of Today"-Ruby Rowe. day.Prof.. J. M. Grover is making a fine FLORIDA 2
t was'a visitor to Lawtey last Friday. "A Thanksgiving Idea"-Ranee showing in his school.

I Mrs. T, E. Adams spent a part of Johns. Messrs. W. R. Alderman and J. E. .
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