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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 30, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1 VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1917 NUMBER 22. i

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ffMRS.. DOUGLASS ISLAND, CAPTURING, 5 MEN PEACE CONFEREN BEGINS CLAIMED BY-GRIM REAPER THREE MILLIONS "



5..L FATALLY BURNED Draft tured Dodgers on Bumblebee-and Conspirator Island. Cap. SUNDAY BETWEEN GERMANS Ira Died McKinney Sunday-and at Camp Forrest Wheeler.Shaller TO kE SPENT ON


GAINESVILLE, Nov. 27.-Under The news from Camp Wheeler this

J AT LAKE BUTLER guard of five department of justice AND ,RADICALS OF RUSSIA week brought poignant grief and sorrow ARCADIA CAMP : i

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agents after having been captured on to two Bradford county homes. .
,)v Bumblebee Island off the coast of La- The press dispatches in Monday's pa-

, fayette county, four men charged with ,- pers containing the list of the young 1'0

'-, MACON PNEUMONIA VICTIM deserting draft service and one man CUNNING OF GERMANY REVEALED BY LENINE'S PLAN men who had fallen as victims to CAMP TO BE COMPLETED : j
arrested as being a conspirator, werelrought pneumonia on Sunday included the / ,r
, : BROUGHT HOME FOR BURIAL to Gainesville yesterday morn- TO DELIVER HIS COUNTRY INTO HANDS OF THE names of Ira McKinney, of Sampson IN SIX WEEKS' TIME < ? '

r ing and placed in jail. The draft dodgers ENEMY-ITALIANS CONTINUE HOLD- City, and Forrest A. Shaller, of Provi. : *

B. J.' SAPP THROWN FROM WAG- are: George G. Wilder, of Lafay- dence. The first named is a son of BENTLEY .
ON WHEN MULES RUN AWAY ette county; Arthur Rowe, formerly of POSITIONS 0 N THE NORTH Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney, of & SOXS, BUILDERS OF .: t

.. Georgia, now of Lafayette county; -- the Sampson City section, and the sec- THE CAMP AT JACKSONVILLE, .
.. BREAKING HIS SHOULDER. Horace Sistrunk, of Lafayette county, ond is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. GET THE CONTRACT.
'.(. and Eugene Mack Barnett, of Suwannee Sunday next has been set by the the Russians with the Germans and Shaller, of Providence. They left
county. The capture was made at Germans as the date for a conference I advised vigilance and caution by the Starke with the first squad of selectsto k I
: Tuesday afternoon, :Mrs. Laura with the Bolsheviki leader for the pur- :trcops. be WASHINGTON s
daylIght Sunday morning by Captain sent to Camp Jackson at Colum- Nov. 28.-The spe-
i Douglass, wife of Mr. W. W. Doug- J. B. Perkins, U. S. marshal for the pose of negotiating an armistice. The I Meanwhile the greater inter-allied bia, S. C., and were later transferredto cial committee from Tampa which has .
': lass, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. northern district of Florida; W. C. arrangement for the discussion followed j conference was convened in Paris and Macon.' An epidemic of measles been here for several days working for I

Cris Crawford, in the Miller section, Richardson, deputy marshal of Gainesville s visit of representatives of the i doubtless it will be discussed at all has swept the Macon camp. In a great that city, broke ranks and left for I. '
'if was burned so badly that she died that ; E. S. Chastain, special agent, of Bolsheviki to the German military au- phases of the tangled situation in Rus- i many cases the measles patients have home tonight. t'
,; night about nine o'clock. It seems thorities on the Teuton side of the sia and some method agreed to With
Atlanta; T. P. Allen, deputy marshal, upon contracted pneumonia, and among the respect to the aviation camp
that Mrs. Douglass, who has been an of Jacksonville, and C. P. McMillan, fighting front in Russia. The Ger; I bring the disaffection to an end and pneumonia patients the percentage of at Arcadia, Secretary of War Baker tf
.- invalid for some time, was sitting by deputy marshal, from Pensacola. mans apparently gave quick acquiesceTle -j permit of the Russian army taking up fatalities has been high. has approved that nlare. It is gtated '
the fire, when her clothing caught in These men left Gainesville Friday to the proposal of the Russian' ,the gage of battle again or of puttingthe McKinney and Shaller the that the contract 'for the buildings i ,
first
some manner. Her daughterwas just afternoon via the S. A. L. for Cedar for an armistice looking to an ulti-' Bolsheviki element in the categoryof of our boys to make the are will go to the same firm that con- ''
i. .outside of the house washing, and Key, proceeding from there Saturday mate peace, for only a few hours intervened !;i an ally of the central powers.On rifice that liberty and freedom supreme sac- structed those at Jacksonville, Bent-
smelled something like cloth burning. i between the visit of the Russians the in may
morning early in a launch in search of I fighting front northern not perish from the ley & Co. .
She hastily entered and found her to the German line and -,: Franco the battle between the British earth, and the r ,
hje deserters, whom they had been informed acceptance tender sympathy of whole is Between two and a half and three ;
\t mother enveloped in flames and uncon- were located on one of the by the Germans of the proposition -' and th,- Germans for points of vantage mingled with the grief a of the county million dollars will be expended on : 1':
scious. She managed to smother the that was made to them. around Cambraf continued throughout parents Florida's h
lands
along the coast of is-I and other loved ones whose hearts latest acquisition, it being i, '
t, flames and Dr. Seeber King, was,immediately county. After cruising through While the negotiations are expected j I I Tuesday night, but on Wednesday died torn by this great are a four-unit camp. i
'summoned, but on arrival Suwannee bay and searching several to embrace an armistice on all the I It,$) somewhat small proporti ns. The .sorrow. It is learned that 6,000 mechanics :: A js.
\ found her to' ,be beyond medical aid. islands, the deserters were located on front of the belligerent nations, it is ,i Germans had brought up large num- will be put to_work at Arcadia im :

y Mrs., Douglass was ,an estimable Bumblebee island, eight miles west of certain that the entente allies will give !i hers I of reinforcements and the' fighting GROCERS AND HOTEL MEN mediately, and they will work in two ;.h

lady, having numerous friends who Suwannee bay and five miles west of no heed to the overtures, either of the I||,I for Bourlon village, the wood and I CALLED INTO CONFERENCE shifts, completing the entire plant in I I,
will be,deeply grieved to hear of her Cat island, and while the deserterswere Bolsheviki, who comprise the radical i' Fontaine Notre Dame was waged with I i _. six weeks. This will be a record- I ,"

sad death. She was a faithful Chris- heavily armed with shotguns, rifles section of the Russians who long have I'I great bitterness, the positions several Things are to move rapidly in the breaking work, but, as the contractors i t%

.; tian, a devoted wife and loving mother. and pistols, they were put under desired Russia to cease fighting, or of times changing hands. East and to work of the Federal Food Adminis- are already on the ground with much t,; ;
She was laid to rest 'in the Swift arrest without much trouble, although I I the Germans, who for even a greater the northeast of Ypres violent artil- tration as is shown by the call sent of their material and labor, it is expected I' t
Creek cemetery Wednesday afternoon.She word had come to the officers that they period of time have been endeavoring lery activity is in progress. out by U. S. Administrator Braxton that no time will be lost! I l'- d 4

leaves a devoted husband, eight would resist to the death. I I to put into operations negotiations fora The Italians continue to hold tenaciou Beachaih of the Florida Division, who With regard to other matters which : k s_

children: three boys, J. L. Douglass, The deserters were surrounded in i'lface that would prove a suitable ly to their northern front be- has notified all wholesale and detail interested the delegation, that of
;. T. F. Douglass and A. W. Douglass; the bushes after Thomas one for themselves and their allies. tween Brenta and Piave rivers againstthe grocers of the state, and also all the ing what could be done toward -

and five daughters, Mrs: A. E. Cone, charged with conspiracy, Powell'j,I That the Bolsheviki leaders are dis- Austro-German forces, who have hotel and restaurant men of Florida to ing favorable action in having a see'I''I' t

,' Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, Mrs. A. J. Long- placed under arrest as he started to I trustful of the Germans, although they been unable, in repeated attacks, topain attend' a conference to be held in Or- i yard located there and utilizing Tam- I
,- fbrd, Mrs. Cris Crawford and Mrs. join the party. They made an attemptto have agreed to enter into negotiations additional terrain. An armistice lando on the 19th of December. I pa's other advantages, this statement +ti
Shelton Hall. get to their boat across a stretchof I for an armistice, is apparent from the in order that they might bury their Although this date is close to the was given out here before the dele I

; We deeply sympathize with the bereaved marsh, but seeing they were sur- fact that Ensign Krylenko, the Bols- numerous dead has been requested by : holiday season, it will allow sufficient gation left for home: They were much I I

: ones. rounded, did not resist arrest. heviki commander-in-chief, has ordered the Austrians, but owing to lack of i I time for all parties to attend and return gratified with what had been accom- "
t' pending the conference, that there faith in the enemy's intentions, the ; ,
: Soldier Brought Home. Captured wit hthe deserters were home before the real Christmasrush. plished.
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three shotguns two rifles shall be no fraternizing on the part of Italians refused .the grant it. I T 4
high-powered It is
The body of Mr. Forrest A. Shallar, Mr. Beacham has indicated-- in,-, likely that another cantonment i r "
one of the soldier boys from the Provi- two automatic pistols and three --- his letter to the dealers and hotel men will be located in the South soon and t '"
ordinary revolvers of large calibre, to- GROCERS WHO RAISE SUGAR clares that this'is time for that the I t '
dence section who was sent to Camp no mer- it will be greatly to their interestto buildings at the Tampa fair _.
Wheeler at Macon Ga., where he was gether with several hundred rounds of PRICES VIOLATE THE LAW chants to take an advantage of the be at this meeting, as there will be grounds have been offered for this 1'

; taken sick and died ef pneumonia, irmed ammunition. They were evidently pre- people in their communities. Any some important things brought out purpose. !i

, '.- Tuesday at noon over the G. S. pared for the officers, but lost their Retail of Florida who are such action is little less than treacheryto that will have a bearing on the future Congressman Drane and Senator i F
. : & F. railroad. Mr. W. H. Shallar, the nerve when the test came. grocers other food their country, which is now labor- business of all. Trammell, as well as W. L. Hill, secretary I
or com-
selling
sugar any
"* The four deserters will be turned ing to bring about better conditionsfor to Senator D. U. Fletcher whois
father, accompanied the body back modity at an extortionate rate on account The food administrator of Floridais ,
over to the military authorities at all now in Florida have been
working I
home. about to into
effect
vio- put
of the some
shortage are directly new
Pensacola while Powell with r
At the time the train was expectedto charged lating food administration rulings. rulings, and these are not to be under- with the delegation and doing every-
conspiracy to defeat the operation of HUNGARIAN SOCIALISTS MAKE '
thing possible to about
arrive, store in town closed is taken without consulting the bring success.
every Such action extremely dangerousto grocery
the draft law will be kept in in DEMAND FOR PEACE.
and a large crowd of citizens assembled Gainesville ta,await trial. jail their business, and the government and hotel men who will be first and From present prospects it will be I ;
.i at the depot to show respect to our I will rigidly enforce rulings against largely interested and more in need only a short time until Tampa is rewarded -
Location of the deserters was made AMSTERDAM, Nov. 2S.-A
great
Bradford boy who was ready and willing easier the fact that such dealers and will take steps to pre- Socialist demonstration of knowing what is to be done. with a contonment, a navy I
by Special Agent was held in
i to do his of standing by the yard or one of the other big k
such
part them While govern-
Chastain, under orders of Capt. Perk- vent from continuing prac- Budapest on last Sunday in favor of there is nothing in Mr. Beacham's .
colors, and no doubt would have made ment undertakings, which are now being -
notice of the
that J
d ins became the after the armistice and meeting givesa
one of
party, tices.All an eventually peace. :
a valiant soldier had he only lived to ; Florida held hint as to what is proposed he planned. ,
case had been worked up by Deputy dealers in are to The details are reported by the Vossi- states
go to the front. 1 Richardson, of Gainesville. Chastain reasonable profits, in proportion to the che-Zeitung of Berlin. Declarationswere that there need be no alarm among the It will be remembered that Senator ,I
; All the automobiles at the station I kept the officers informed of the move- 'er cent of profit derived under normal made that world-wide Democ- dealers and hotel men for the policy Fletcher had the special engineering ;'

; had the American flag flying, and a ments of the deserters, and their capture onditions, and they are not allowed to racy must employ all means"availableto of the food administration is to ask board to go to Jacksonville and proceed '

lgreat many ladies were present, asf' was but a matter of expediency, -aise prices on any article of food be- end the war, and that iti utterly I|co-operation and will be observed until -I from there to Tampa, and it was :

"number of them carrying beautiful Ithough it was believed that the deserters 'ause of the scarcity.The impossible to bring about peace by such a policy may prove ineffective because Tampa was visited that Ar-
: floral offerings to be placed on the cas- Iud cadia chosen. f
void of was
desired results.
would put up a desperate fight food administration is prepared force of arms. These declarations led ,
.t ket.A before giving up, as dodging the draft *o take immediate action agaipst all tremendous demonstration againstthe There is one thing however, that I'r
sadness all. The
deep was over has become a serious military offense vho ignore these rulings, and wilful continuance of the war. The enor- I the people of Florida can be assuredof MAKE DECEMBER A RECORD
s' body was taken to the home of his
i under the new law. iolators will surely suffer. mous gathering voted in favor of a according to information given SMASHER. '
Providence and interment
parents near -
-_.._ ------ Food Administrator Beacham de- general strike. I from the office of Administrator
c was made in the old Providence
and brands for district No.2. Those Beacham, and that is closer watchof
church Wednesday morning. -. .. a September, October and November
cemetery who fail to report marks and brands to all dealing in food products. Authority ; j
;; ,The services conducted by Rev. have all been record breakers in the ITelegraph's ; '
were.
him of all hogs and cattle killed for fa : has been given him to appoint
subscription department.
L. A.
Rawls, pastor of the Baptist wwy
a church of this place. the markets will be prosecuted to the I c h : the: necessary inspectors and reportersto Now we want to make December a
full extent of the law according to : cover the entire state and there
We deeply sympathize with the' ar X will regular record smasher, and we ask '
heartbroken bereaved that act of the legislature at its last ses- be no section slighted by the official all our friends whose subscription has
the boy,that wore ones the khaki.m'3ur.lfbr sion. Each precinct is compelled to :: ;,: investigator, whose duties will be to expired to send in their remittances '

have an inspector. furnish prices made by retailers for during the month. Up to noon yester-
General News Items. Mr. H. M. Brown and family left goods sold in small quantities and day 176 persons had paid subscriptions
Last week Mr. B. J. Sapp, of New last Saturday for Sofkee, Ga. He has a purchased by a consumer. during the month of November. '

: ,River, carried a load of cotton to Law- been our G. S. & F. agent for quite a Grocers will have these plans fully We are not sure that the Telegraph ;. 4 r

ley rod on his return trip the mule while, and made many friends here, explained to them and will be told of I, will not ye; be forced to advance its

't, tvok flight and ran away, throwing always being at his post of duty and ,,., many other things directly affecting subscription price. If everything else '
Mr. Sapp out and breaking his right attending to his business. We wish : ,:1F business at the meeting in Orlando. stays at the present high mark there 4

shoulder. Mr. Sapp has certainly been this family much happiness and suc- will be nothing left for us but to .
unfortunate lately, for it is just a few in their home. ,
cess new
... NEARLY 2,800 GERMANS make the advance or suffer serious !
weeks when he thrown
s ago was froma Mr. S. W. Perry and family, of Tam- HELD IN UNITED STATES loss, and we know our friends do not '
load of
wagon hay and had his left
pa, have been here visiting Mr. Perry's want us to operate at a loss. The !I .
shoulder dislocated. WRITES A -
grandfather, Mr. W. R. Alder- SANTA CLAUS | way to helpus avoid having to make '.
Last Two classes of
Saturday Mr. Math met German prisonersare
Sflpp man, and uncle, Mr. G. with now detained in this
painful accident his home One
a at Mr. Perry is in the employ of the S. OF BRADFORD COUNTY. is country. giving us the use of the money when J
near New River while comprised of sailors taken into .
cranking
an au- cus-
A. L. railroad. left for their it is due the
They and saving us of
to for Mr. Ray Roberts: The engine Dear Children: tody when the United States entered I expense
backfired home last Friday. is almost time for me to the mailing statements. Th- date of : ,
and the whirling crank broke It war; the other consists of "alien
Some of old Northern friends What expiration of your subscription is always 1
his arm. our come to see you again. enemies, civilians who have been arrested -
s* ,We are glad'to see out old friend, arrived last week to spend the delightful shall .bring you this merry ; and are now being held under printed on the margin..of your .
Mallory Stokes, on the street again af- winter here in our land of flowers. Christmas time? I want every governmental regulations for various paper .
tei\having recently been badly hurt bya They were Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Pin- little boy and girl to be sure to ; reasons. -S a

runaway mule. / comb, Mr. and Mrs. William Pincomb, write me this year, telling me in The principal detention is at FARM AND GARDEN PRODUCTS. I r
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camp
Mr. R C. Davis returned Monday of London, Ontario, and Sir. Jake Perkins i their own way the desires of Fort McPherson, Ga., where approxi-

xmorning from Waldo. He had been to of Charlotte, Mich. "hey have their hearts. It is a long waysto a mately 850 war prisoners are held; at The following contributions have 4
that place to his 'who is visiting spent their winters here for quite a' home in the Lend ; w been
see wife my ; Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., there are 165 made to the Bank of Starke's ag.
J.-; her mother, and while there was: number of years. j of the Snows, and you must alien enemies; at Fort Douglas, Utah ricultural exhibit during hte week. '
.Zt taken sick. At present she is improv Mr. W. II. Kerce, who has been write me at once so your letter there are 517 prisoners of war and 80 A. Stobo, of Starke, dasheens. The
with John 0. Chislom & Co., of Annis- will be in Xmas number of ; *
ing.Mrs. my s ,;y interned Germans. Small detachmentsare dasheen is used as a substitute for Ir.
I: J. Wheelus left Tuesday mora I ton, Ala., builders of the cantonment, I the Telegraph. I will get my ;Ft:> now temporarily quartered at the ;sh potatoes. It is also a fine stow x,

Ing for Lake Park, visiting relatives was in Lake Butler this week. He ex- j copy of the Telegraph before I tt army posts throughout'the country, Feed end is a very heavy bearer Mak- ;

and friends. I'I pects to go back to his home in Wau- start on my journey Southward but their number is relatively small. ing a very much larger yield than po
;:a The Lake Butler cold storage building chula and work in the orange business '! and I hope to see in it a letter Altogether there actual tatoes.
2,364
are
1 has been and the until January and then he will to''I from one of my little h :' w' A. :
completed meat : go every prisoners of war in the custody of the Stern, of.Starke, four Irish potatoes -
is being rushed to it. There are'.thousands Louisiana', where he will again join friends in old Bradford. I will War Department about 400 interned that weigh 2 pounds and 12 a

:;' of pounds in it already the carpenters building cantonments.Mr. try my very bet to not disap- e aliens held at the request of ounces. Mr. Stern reports a heavy .J

Mr.., B. D. Harrell, of Lake Park, J. D. Cobb and family went to point a single one of you. Be the Department of Justice.It yield from his potatoes this fall. '
Ga., with his family moved here last Sanderson Tuesday to attend the funeral good little boys and girls, study is estimaftd that D. W. Moore, of Theressa, a fine )+ '
?' week. Mr. Harrell will assume the of'Mr. Lewis TIarvey, a nephew of hard and Old Santa will surely : 's tws holding 150 sailors taken Germany from is American now sample of White Rose Irish potatoes. .J >

duties as operator and ,agent of the Mr. 'Cobb. MI' Harvey was one of remember you on Xmas eve. s ;:: .>s ships by commerce raiders and Mr. Moore made a big success of'po.

G. S. and F. railroad of this place, as the soldier boys who died at Camp SANTA CLAUS. other German vessels.Thanksgiving tatoes last spring and intends to plant \ if

Mr. Brown, our former agent, has Wheeler'of pneumonia.Mrs. several acres for next spring. He be- ,
been transferred to Sofkee, Ga. We W. C. Townsend and, Mrs. H. lieves the White Rose is the potato to
,welcome this family to our town. L. Sprinkle was. in Jacksonville Mon- dinner parties were plant. 7
'- 'Mr. Chas A. Carver and family, of day visiting Mrs. J. D. Alderman, Mrs. numerous in Starke, but probably the A. Bronke, of Starke, 11 Irish pota-

Jacksonville, spent a few days herewith Townsend's daughter. tI largest affair of this kind was the toes dug from ,one hill. Mr. B/onke ,-
his father, Mr. S. M .Carver. Mr. Surveyor H. E. Lagergren and party given by Mr. and Mrs. Julian has dug five barrels of potatoes from -
:Carver is in the employ of Jth? Hess, County Superintendent of Schools, E. Peek. They had as guests Mr. and six rows 135 feet long. '

Slager Co., .of Jacksonville, and does R. Poppell, passed through here last 3 Mrs. C. L Peek, Miss Lois Peek, Mr. Mrs. J. R. Davis, of Starke, twin ; '
repair work for the'firm. Tuesday on their way to survey a and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and children, Mr sweet potato. The, potato grew' 1 ..

'; Mr. C.\J,knight has been appointed Z'I. and Mrs. F. H. Long and children, Mr. I I. through the neck of a broken bottle .

I by the governor as.".Inspector. .of...,.marks... (Continued on Page ) ,., and Mrs. Sinclair Peek and little son.and developed on either side. ; ,
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f PAGE TWO. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY : .
NOVEMBER 30, U17EXEMPTIONS
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yF COX WANTS THE HELP OF I. cer can witness a nude

AND DISCHARGES ALL IN INSPECTION WORK disemboweled by a ----.g

,f SATAN HAS RESIGNED 'IILouis 'II committing double murder
cut of his one "fi
saber and
stand by ,it?
f 4HERETOFORE ISSUED ARE REVOKED STATE HEALTH OFFICER SUG- calmly see a house full of fonocttt and 1"lArmer:1an -

GESTS PLAN FOR PROTECTIONOF locked up the house saturated .
SCHOOL CHILDREN. Syberkrop, of Creston, Minn., into Serbia. I saw you set sail for the I with oil and fired, then 1117 ,!.
f recently wrote the following satire on fjords of Norway and I knew you teachings did not stop with you. but i&
NEW SELECTIVE SERVICE REGULATIONS, EFFECTIVE ON the Kaiser. Requests for copies have would prove an alibi. How cleverly have extended to the whole German '
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' : DECEMBER 15TH MAKE RADICAL CHANGES IN THE Close co-operation between District come to him from Roosevelt Secretary done, so like your noble grandfather, nation, I confess my Satanic sort
:4{ Health Officers, teachers and parentsto Daniels, Secretary Tumulty and from who also secured an assassin to remove grew sick and then and there I l knew
{ MANNER OF SELECTING MEN FOR ARMY DUTY. secure uniformity in the method of many persons in Canada: old King Frederick of Denmark the pupil had become the master. I *;i

.inspection of school children is sug- "The Infernal Region. and later robbed that country of two am a back number, and my dear

, The new Selective Service Regulations parents. 'gested by Dr. W. H. Cox, State Health "To Wilhmelm von Hohenzollern Kingof provinces that gave Germany an op- helm I abdicate in your favor
'W' Officer in letter sent to these nine portunity to become naval great key of hell will be turned Wi11'
,1 a a
1 issued by the War Department Man with dependent helpless sistersor Prussia, Emperor of All Ger- power.
to The
are to into full force and effect on brothers. district officials for their considerationIn many and Envoy Extraordinary. Murder is dirty work but it takes a you. gavel that has struck
go doom of the
, December 15th. These new regula- County or municipal officer. his desire to establish a most thor- of Almghty God: Hohenzollern to make away and get damned souls since
1 began is
ough system of inspection Dr. Cox by. yours. I am satisfied _
Kith
tions will govern in the matter of selecting Highly trained fireman or policemanat
, has requested each of them to submit "My Dear Wilhelm; "Your at hand what I have done; that my abdication
: Y.r men hereafter for service in least three years in service of familiar I opportunity was ; you 1 4
i the National but do not in any municipality. suggestions for improvement."On "I can call you 'by that set the world on fire and bells of hell in your favor is for the very best ia, -: '
Army
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wise affect selections heretofore made. Necessary employe of United Statesin account of the large number of name for I have always been very I I ringing; your rape on Belgium caused terests of hell-in the future I am at 1.

7' In other words it is presumed that transmission of the mails. schools and the limited force at handto 'close to you, much closer than you much joy, it was the beginning, the your majesty's service."Affectionately '
; the first contingent of the army will Necessary artificer or workman in engage in the work it is advisable could ever know.' foundation of a perfect hell on earth, j and sincerely -M
have been selected and sent to duty United States army or arsenal. for obvious reasons that we adopt the I "From the time you were an unde- the destruction of noble cathedrals and "LUCIFER H. SATAN..
v
.; by December 15th. Then the slate Necessary employe in service of the most feasible plan promising results" veloped being in your mother's wombI other infiinte works of art was hailed I :
will be wiped clean and the work of United States. says Dr. Cox's letter. "To conserve have shaped\ your destiny for my own with joy in the infernal regions. You Wi

making selections in the future will Necessary assistant, associate or your own time and expedite the prog- purposes."In made war on friends "nd foe alike, and I RUB OUT
W be governed entirely by the new regu- hired manager of necessary agricul- ress of the examinations, it is sug- the days of Rome I created a the murder of civilians showed my PAIN
: lations. tural enterprise. gested before beginning the inspectionof roughneck known in history as Nero; I teachings had borne fruit. Your i, with good oil liniment That' :

All exemptions and discharges made Necessary highly specialized tech- a school that you secure the services he was a vulgar character and suited > treachery toward neutral nations hastened the surest: to ,
way then
of the teacher of each room ex- my at that particular time. I I universal upheaval, the thingI stop
under the old regulations are revoked nical or mechanical expert of necess- purposes a The best rubbing
I R.t, by the new regulations and every registrant sary industrial enterprise. amined to act as your assistant and In these modern times a classic demon most desired. Your undersea war- liniment iaMUST
. not already sent to duty with Necessary assistant or associate make such records as may be required and efficient super-criminal was need- "fare is a master stroke, from the smal-

r, t 'fir the army will come under the provis1i' manager of necessary industrial enter- among which might be mentionedthe ed, and as I knew the Hohenzollern i lest mackerel potto the great Lusitania I ANC'fLINIMENT
::. ions of the new regulations. prise. listing of the defects ndted; the Mood I picked you as my special instrument you show no favorites; as a war ,
At a time yet to be named by the Fourth Class. visiting j. of parents of all children in to place on earth an annex i I lord you stand supreme for you have'no
: t provost marshal Local Selection Man whose wife or children are whom abnormalities have been found; of hell. I gave you abnormal ambitions mercy; you have no consideration j
i Y Boards will send to each registrant a mainly dependent on his labor for sup- discussing the effect of these condi- likewise an oversupply of egotism for the baby clinging to its mother's
: ;r questionaire or list of questions to be tions upon the health of the child and that you might not discover your j breasts as they both go down into the ]
answered under oath and supported port.Mariner actually employed in sea its ability to learn and insisting thatit own failings; I twisted your mind so I deep together, only to be torn apart
by witnesses. These questions must service or citizen or merchant of the be carried to the family doctor for that a mad man with certain normal and leisurely devoured by sharks down .1-:
: be answered within seven days and United States. I diagnosis and treatment."In tendencies to carry you by, a most among the corals."I I Good for the Ailments / '\4

filed with the Local Boards. Upon Necessary sole managing controlling addition to this follow-up work dangerous character placed in power; have strolled over the battle i Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. ''''
these answers, and such additional tes- or directing head of necessary agricultural without which any system of inspec- I gave you the power of a hypnotist fields of Belgium and France; I have Good for Adta
timony as they wish to take the Local enterprise. tion will be an utter failure, the teacher and a certain magnetic force that you seen your hand of destruction every- your own -
'I t Boards will classify the men and they Necessary sole managing, controll- should be requested to mail to the might sway your people. I am respon- I where; it's all your work superfiendthat Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, t '.
t will hereafter be called to duty in the ing or directing head of necessary industrial executive office a copy of the tabulated sible for the deformed arm that hangs I I made you. I have seen the fields Cuts, Burns, Etc
'. order of their classification.When enterprise. results of your findings compiled for helpless on your left, for your crippled of Poland, now a wilderness fit fer 2Sc 30c $1. At all De.Jeq
the date for mailing.the list Fifth Class. the entire school. In the case of trachoma condition embitters your life and prowling beasts only; no merry chil- 1T$1
, of questions to registrants is named Officers, legislative or judicial, of however, it is desired becauseof destroys all noble impulses that might dren in Poland now; they all succumbed -
I by the provost marshal Local Boards the United States or of state, territoryor some special work contemplated, otherwise cause me anxiety, but your to frost and starvation. I drifted
1 will begin to mail them out, mailing District of Columbia. that the name, age color, parent and strong sword arm is driven by your down into Galicia where formerly
to one-twentieth of the registrants Regular or duly ordained ministerof address of each suspect be includedin ambition that squelches all sentimentand .Jews and Germans lived happily together -

. T- I each day until a copy has been mailed religion. a separate report. pity; I placed in your soul a deep i ; I found but ruins and ashes; i ii
j ;. to each and every registrant but fail- Student who on May 18, 1917 was "It is desired that in so far as you hatred for all things English; for of I i I felt a curious pride in my pupils,
ure to receive a copy of the questions preparing for ministry in recognized may be able, you instruct the teachersin all nations on earth I hate England' for it was all above my "expectations.I .
through the mail does not relieve the school. the detection of hookworm snspects, most; wherever England plants her was in Belgium when you drove the =a
, \ registrant of responsibility in the mat. Persons in military or naval serviceof how to examine for decayed teeth, en- i flag she brings order out of chaos, and [ peaceful population before you like
t ter. He is charged with the responsibility the United States. larged tonsils to use the Snellins test I the hated Cross follows the Union cattle into slavery; you separated man OLD" 4
f of securing a copy of the questions Alien enemy. I cards for defective vision, and employ Jack; under her rule wild tribes be- I and wife and forced them into hard
' I r and answering them promptly, Resident alien (not an enemy) who such tests as may be necessary to determine come tillers of the soil and in due time labor in trenches. I have seen the BONES h
I and his failure to do so is a misdemeanor claims exemption. an abnormality in hearing; practical citizens; she is the great civ- I most fiendish rape committed on '
t punishable! by imprisonment Persons totally and permanently watch for mouth breathing and look ilizer of the globe and I hate her. I young women and those who were RUBBER COPPER

I for a year and may result in immed- physically or mentally unfit or mili- out for sore eyes with mattering lids, planted in your soul a cruel hatred for I forced into maternity were cursingthe TIRES BRASS
iate assignment to service in the army. tary service. etc. Undoubtedly the future of pub- your mother because she was English, father of their offspring, and I be- TUBES LEAD
It is the purpose of 'the Telegraph I Person morally unfit to be a soldierof lic health work depends largely upon and I left my good friend Bismarck gan to doubt if my own inferno was
to secure from the Local Board for the United States. our being able to secure the enthusiastic to fan the flame I had knidled. Re- really up to date. ROPE SCRAP IRON

Bradford county a schedule showing Licensed pilot actually employed in co-operation of school authoritiesnot cent history proves how well our work "You have taken millions of dollars $
I the dates upon which the questionpire the pursuit of his vocation. only in our efforts among the chil- was done. It broke your royal mother's from innocent victims and called it indemnity SEND IT TO US WE REMIT: MOflrTO

: will be mailed to each registrant in Member of well recognized religioussect dren to detect physical abnormalities, heart but I gained my purpose. ; you have lived fat on the Write For WceKst'; rPfNlU1ARHfTA1
:, this county so that all may be on the or organization, organized and but in the teachings of hygiene and "The inherited disease of the Ho- land you have usurped and sent the
t' lookout for them at the proper time. existing on May 18, 1917 whose then sanitation and the impressing upon the henzollerns killed your father just as real owners away to starvation. You \ fQ] .

': Order in Which They Will Be Called existing creed or principles forbid,its classes by practical ways and means it will kill you, and you became the have strayed away from all legalizedwar 657 E.BAY JACKSONVIUX.ru. J ",{ J
? Designated Below. I members to participate in war in any the important information gained ruler of Germany and a tool of mine I methods and introduced a cede !
I form and whose religious convictions therefrom. that I Ft :
I The five classes into which 9,000,000 sooner expected."To of yodV own. You have killed and '
? men registered last June under the selective -j are against war or participation therein. "By conferring with the teachers beforehand assist you and farther hasten robbed the people of friendly nations H. G. HARDING & CO. :'

F draft act for military duty- it will often be possible to my work, .sent you three evil spirits, 'I and destroyed their property. You area
3' and those who are registered thereaf- Seven Days Allowed. gather information concerning the Nietzsche, Treitschke and later Bern- I{ liar, a hypocrite and a bluffer of the Old Byron Ga., Apr. 11, ;1911. vi-.
i F ter are divided and the order in Seven days are allowed each regis- number suffering from certain trou- hardi, whose teachings inflamed the highest magnitude. You are a part of Kentucky JIfg. Co., = "

:, I r which they will be called for service trant after receipt of the questionaire, bles, which will aid you in assembling youths of Germany, who in good time mine, yet you pose as a personal friendof Paducah Ky.
I have been officially announced in to fill out and return it to his local these suspects quickly for a more thor- would be willing and loyal subjectsand God. Ah, Wilhplm, you're a won- Gentlemen: <<
I ; Washington in.Provost Marshal General selection- board. Failure to do so within ough examination. It will more than eager to spill their blood and pull der. You wantonly destroyed all thingsin I had cholera in my herd of hor$.'.,
the time specified is a misdemeanor repay, in keeping a good recently and began feeding the B. 1.-X. .
j E. II. Crowder's questionaire up average i chestnuts yours and mine; the spell your path and leave nothing for ;
k which every registered man must fill punishable by fine or imprisonmentfor attendance and preventing the spreadof has been perfect-you cast your ambi- coming generations."I Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure and stopped -.| .
i out and file. one year, and may result in the many infections, if the teacher will tious eyes toward the Mediterranean, amazed when I losing hogs at once. I was lo-J
} ;t The order shows some change from loss of valuable rights and in immed- each morning conduct an inspectionfor Egypt India and the Dardanelles, and form was a partnership with the saw impossible you ing from four to five each night M-AJ ,_
-
iate induction into military service. those suffering from rashes, acute til I began the use of this preparation,."l
the tentative draft published some you began your great railway to Bag- | Turk, the chronic'killer of Chris-
colds, sore throats, fevers inflamed I raise about 200 head of hogs
Discharges tor Exemptions Prior toDet' acutely per
time ago. I dad, but the ambitious archduke and ;tians, and you a devout worshipper in ..
13, 1917, No Longer Valid. eyes with mattered lids, etc. year and never expect to be wihoet. .
Contrary to published reports, it his more ambitious wife stood in the the Lutheran church. I confess, WilI .
;. New rules which have been into Pupils affected with of these ailments your remedy. :
put any
does not exempt married men It then that I the helm
as a way. was sowed you are a puzzle at times. A
I
j class, but does place married men with I effect in selecting men for service in should be excluded from school !i seed in your heart that blossomed into Mohammedan army commanded by Yours very truly _.
"
t dependent wives and children far down the National Army wil Iresult in many pending further developments. the assassination of the duke and his I German officers assisting one anotherin II. G. HARDING &: CO. _

.r on the list of eligibles. In fact thef men who have heretofore been exempted Dr.with Cox further continues his communication wife, and all hell smiled when it saw II massacreing Christians in a new For sale by D. C. Jones $tarke.-!.
for various emphasis of close
-1 questionaire indicates that only men reasons being a how cleverly you saddled the crime line of warfare. When a Prussian offi- Nov.2-9-16-23-30.
,, of the first class will be called to the again brought up for examination. follow-up system as follows the causes 2;
l .
-f colors, except in the gravest emergen- Those rejected for physical reasons for excluding pupils from school; fev- ,0
l will not be affected. er, rash, acute catarrhal symptoms,

t cy.The five official classifications of The sections repealing preexistingrules diptheria, scarlet fever tonsilitis, .
I registrants follow and regulations are as follows: acute sore throat, acute colds meas-
: Sec. 3 Repeal of Pre-existing Rules les, German measles chicken ,
J pox
Class One. and Regulations-On and after noon mumps whooping cough, sore eyes
jingle men without dependent relatlVtS. and trachoma when W ASTINfi; SA VINfi which?
." of December 15, 1917, all pre-existing acutely inflamed or
I' to t. I rules and regulations shall be and are and with mattered lids, pediculosislice ,
; Married with without children
men, or -
.if' hereby rescinded, repealed and shall ( ) ringworm of scalp or body, fa-
t
1.... or father of motherless children, I have no further force or effect, except vus impotigo contagiosa and scabies. .. '1 ,
I .who has habitually failed to support as provided in the foregoing section 2. He also suggests a most thorough
r his family. I I Provided that: system of inspection of the school Our entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomesa

" t Married man dependent on wife I The of the building, class room, water supply
(a) appeal preexistingrules national dutyfor citizen to save and eliminate form of waste.
every
every
,t support.
f ; and regulations shall not affect playgrounds and toilets. In conclusionhe
i. Marriad man dependent on wife, the validity of any act done under authority says: Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as
!r. f r children or father of motherless, children of, and in conformity with, "Short talks should be made, when
p well is almost the in which'we and
wholly dependent
rl' !- 'I ; man not usefully engaged family such pre-existing rules and regula- possible to the children on the cause of upon manner produce

...ti,.- 1 supported by income independent tions, subject to the provisions of the communicable disease and the way it save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and
of his labor.Unskilled.
I is spread, i. e., by of the discharges
following section 4, revoking prior ex- means -
i' farm laborer. emptions and discharges.Sec. from the bodies of infected in- depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless

S' :I Unskilled industrial in laborer. of 4. Revocation of Exemptionand dividuals as an introduction to the and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities..
I
Registrants by
. e i or respect Discharge.-All exemptions and importance of washing the hands be-
,1'. whom no deferred classification is dis charges made prior to noon on December fore eating and always keeping the
-k" I claimed or made. 15, 1917., and all certificates in finger nails clean. The use of individual Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank
,. I I All registrants not included in any towels drinking clean basins'
evidence thereof are hereby revoked cups
,\ other division in this schedule. at close of business Sept llth 1917.
from and after noon on December 15, or running water, etc. On account of
.. j I Second Class. 1917, and all such certificates thereto- the great number of decayed teeth
'I Married man with children, or father fore issued shall have no further va- among the children it will be advis- RESOURCES LIABILITIES
of motherless children where such ladity. able to discuss the use of the tooth ,

0 .' t I wife or children or such motherless brush as well. Loans and Discounts 197296.91 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00
'
children are not mainly dependent upI "It is the aim of the State Board of
I'i on his labor for support for the rea- ALCOHOL IN BEER TO BE HOOV- Health as far as possible to make the State;County and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00

l son that there are other reasonably ERIZED.WASHINGTON school building a demonstration sta- Claims and Resources 9,416.98 J Undivided profits, less expenses paid 2,102.59 a

I certain sources of adequate support Nov. 26.-Orders tion of applied sanitation, so that the Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 Cashiers checks outstanding 66930 "
I (excluding earnings or possible earn- reducing the alcoholic content of beer child will receive in a way it will not
I' I i ings from the labor of his wife), avil- to 3 per cent will be issued soon by forget correct ideas and impressionsof All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 267.568.90

I able and that the removal of the reg- the Food Administration, with the approval that cleanliness so essential to its Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 832,52

t 1 thlf. i Jstrant will not deprive such dependents of President Wilson. At the health welfare. By this means an influence Cash on hand and in Banks 69,933.08
of support. same time the amount of grain used will be created which is goingto a
I i I Married man, without children, by brewers will be cut down approxi- be a factor in the sanitation of a
i it I whose wife although the registrant is mately 30 per cent although the vol- homes and the elevation of better stan- TOTAL $305,340.99 TOTAL 305340.99

55 I I engaged in a useful occupation, is not ume of beer will not be decreased.In !dards of domestic living."
: t mainly dependent upon his labor for making this announcement to- This bank invites you, as a loyal citizen, to begin saving! now. If you '
> i support, for the reason that the wife night the Food Administration pointsout :
I is skilled in some special class of work that since there is in the countrya Graceville had another big hog salea are not a depositor, a dollar will open an account for you, and you can deposit

r i which she is physically able to perform two or three-year supply of whis- few days ago. There were 446 headof at any time in any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded 'quarterly''
I, f and in which she is employed, key it is undesirable at the present hogs sold which netted the owners
I or in which there is an immediate time to stop entirely the brewing of the handsome sum of $9,300 at 14.70 r ,
S opening for her under conditions that beer because of the possibility of driv- per hundred weight. This makes a y
-t I'I will enable her to support herself de- ing the people to whiskey drinking.The grand aggregate of $30,000 cash Bradford Bank t
s cently and without suffering any hard- social question involved i: brought into that section by hog sales County
; ship. clared must be given equal considera- already this season. It'is reasonableto '
Y Necessary skilled farm laborer in ion with that of food conservation.The expect that at least as many more 3MI

t necessary agricultural enterprise. regulations will provide for an hogs will go forward from that mar- Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.
i!. Necessary skilled; industrial laborer 'ncreased output of cattle feed from' ket before the season closes. Gracevillehas
I in necessary industrial enterprise. brewing establishments. gained a most enviable reputationas
j
!I. Third Class. a hog rrfarket.Marianna Times- Starke florida.3 ji

F Man with dependent children (not Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe I Courier. ,
d his own), but,toward whom ho stands Old Standard general trengthetiinK tonic. N. T. BITCH Pres. W.T Weeks Vfce-Pre.. J. H. BITCH, C?bieryl
l f in relation of parent. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill T0NC,drives outMalaria.enricheitheblood.andbmldtupthesvs.. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell everybody -

\ Man with dependent aged or infirm tern. A true tome. Fcr adults unJ ciuUreu. 60c Advertise!
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NOVEMBER 30 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE
FRIDAY, ,
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.: warned Hickson to stay away from his AMERICAN DESTROYERS I AMERICAN STEAMER VICTIMOF TEN THOUSAND r

place.

f' News of Florida iD Short Paragraph I CAPTURE GERMAN SUB TEUTON SUBMARINE .STENOGRAPHERS x

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Y TALLAHASSEE.-Special Counsel '

Don C. McMullen, of the Florida rail- WASHINGTON,. Nov. 24.-A Ger- WASHINGTON, Nov. 24.-The Wanted by the Government.

[Live State News road commission tonight wired Chair- man submarine captured recently by American steamer Schuykill has been -
R. Hudson Burr of the commis- two American sent to
man destroyers was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean. -I lion John A. Mcilhenny president
sion that Wills at Gaines- the bottom members of her x
y Judge today by crew I The navy department was ad'is-I lof the Civil Service Commission, of

Told by Our Exchange. I ville granted an injunction asked for opening cocks below while their ship- ed today that forty men of her crew Washington, D. C., recently wrote to
by the railroad commission to restrainthe mates stood on deck with hands raised' had been landed at a Mediterraneanport. Draughon's College, Nashville
_. Ocklawaha Railroad Com- in of surrender. All of the urg-
Valley signal
: Ii There was no naval armed ing that college to help the United
pany from discontinuing the operationon crew were taken prisoners.One guard aboard.
\ LAKELAND. very peculiar and move his limbs. He is losing much November 30 of the road, which of the Germans was drowned Whether there was a loss of life was I I.I States government to secure more stenographers .
, both men and the
incident occurred Thursday blood. Had the grand jury, which is I women,
exciting runs from Ocala to Palatka. Petition while being transferred to a destroyer not known here, but it was assumed
government now being in need of ten
' morning at the railroad crossing on now in session, been looking out of the cited that the road had given notice and another died. The latter was that the forty men rescued comprised ,

, Kentucky avenue, when W. S. "Brown window, they would have witnessedthe that it would cease running its one buried with military honors. the Schuylkill's complete complement.Both thousand stenographers and many

, who was driving,a dray, stopped his shooting, as the garage is across mixed train a day at the end of this Secretary Daniels announced the German and Austrian subma- bookkeepers, at salaries ranging from
one thousand dollars to twelve hundred -
> horse on account of a freight train the street from the courthouse. .. month, and that the road intended tak- capture or. sinking of the submarine rines are operating in the Mediterranean -
to In his 'r
*
a year begin on. letter, Mr.
'k- which was passing. The horse became ing up the rails and selling them, as today in a formal statement which but so far as known the nationally y''
:Mcllhenny and
the moving train and urges young men worn 4',
frightened at GREEN COVE SPRINGS.Sometime they are worth more now than new made no mention of prisoners noi of I of the submarine which sank the en who are not trained for .
government
f. gave a plunge and then fell dead. during the night,Wednesday the .. rails, that the road had sold property the reason for the boat sinking. The Schuylkill was not determined. I office positions fo"begin now to take ; '

i- store of the J. T. Rivers Mercantile along its line and that many towns details leaked out at the department : the necessary training, as the

* TAMPA. Ninety-oiWLjears of age, Co., was entered by thieves and goodsto had sprung up along the road, which later but the secretary would neither THIS TIME LAST YEAR. pect is that the demand will continue pros- ,

,' working daily at his bench as a packer a considerable value were stolen. had no other means of transportationthan confirm nor deny them, saying he had indefinitely.

er of cigars in the Roberts cigar factory Entrance was effected through the it. The railroad, however, con- issued a statement in agreement with Draughon's Jacksonville College is .

' at Tampa; counting a progeny of rear of the store by means of a win- tended that it has lost heavily duringthe the British Admiralty and could not Last year this time now receiving from business 1'
men more
43 children, 10 girls and 33 boys; a dow protected by bars. The bars were past two years, not even paying I. add to it.There We grouped around the glowing logs than one hundred calls a month for

-. naturalized American citizen, 33 years bent apart and some small person operating expenses. was a report in naval circles together, bookkeepers and stenographers.To ...11

. in this county but still unable to speak wpnt through and unlocked the hack -- that approximately fifty men, including ] Atingle with the thrill of autumn show its patriotism, Draughon'sJacksonville r .R

I a word of English; three times married d.D"rT"g d shoes & dth 1,5DDDDD I \ SOLDIERS TRANSPORTED five officers, were taken off the weather; College is offering spe- JI
is the remarkable record of Se- submarine. If this true it is We talked and laughed and sang dear
f: goods were scattered over the store BY RAILWAYS SIXCE AUG. 1 were cial terms to all who desire to pre- ; 'i-U
"
t.- lipe CarboneU. and a considerable amount of stuff is'' pointed out, the vessel undoubtedlywas bygone tunes- 't
pare at college, or by mail, for these Ok
r s missing. The thieves appeared to have [ one of the largest of the cruiser Songs that were bright as any sleigh .!
good positions.-Adv. It.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 24. bell's chime '
!' FORT MYERS.-John LeDuer, who a weakness for cartridges and shells, indi- type known authentically to be oper-
Troop movement figures to date ated the Germans."IN And soft and tender as forgotten : : I. .
,> number of these taken. About by c
: was arraigned a few weeks ago for a being cate that the railroads of this country Junes Whenever You Need a General Tonic ;it;.
$b vagrancy, was'tried Thursday in the three dollars in the cash register also have safely transported approximately Take Grove's. .t .
. found He was missing. Several empty coca cola A BAD WAV Old Standard ,
Circuit Court and guilty. 1,500,000 soldiers to training camps The Grove's Tasteless ,"
;.' had obtained a living by representing bottles and a half empty bottle of and embarkation points since August1st Last year this time chill Tonic is equally valuable as a .:

1s': himself penniless and unable to work grape juice were left on the counter according to a statement just Many a Starke Reader Will Feel We told brave hunting stories General Tonic because it contains the # t-
with sitting them. This is And boasted of our prowess, of the well known tonic properties of QUININE .
;.. and had so touched the sympathy of a glass by made public by Chairman Fairfax Grateful for This Information. J
here that he had ob- the second time this store has been glories and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives sit-
persons Harrison of the Railroads' War Board.
i many out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and {
entered and there is evidence to show Of roughing it. Warm light fell on i
and of his food
tained his rent most
Five hundred thousand of these I
men If your back gives out; the faces Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
;. from charitable persons. When it was that both robberies were committedby have made journeys necessitating over Becomes lame weak aching; II
or
the the same thieves. The officers are Of John and Tom and Jimmy i.i their
discovered that he was possessor 5
night travel and have been moved in If bladder troubles set in 000000500000000
thousands of dollars in bank looking for the thieves and Mr. Rivers places; .
of
} many! tourist standard furnishedby ..1
or sleepers Perhaps your kidneys "are in a bad I o I :
offers reward of for their Of father, with a in his hand-
} deposits in various places, he was ar- a $25 appre- Jhe Pullman Company.Qn way." paper 0 TRAIN SCHEDULE. .J
hension with evidence to convict. Warm firelight, serene and calm and
found and fined
He
guilty
s rested. was one of the long hauls, 8,000 men I
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak I ---- '
J.. $250, which he paid and left the city. o moved from bland, $ 0 1
,.' were a training camp on kidneys. Last year this time > New time table went into effect i

\. .. PENSACOLA.-United States Mar- the Western coast to a point on the Local evidence proves their merit. <8> 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, .. :

! ARCADIA.-This city is rejoicing shal James B. Perkins has succeededin Eastern coast, a distance of 3,700 Mrs. A. E. Moitt, W. Call Street, <$> and trains will run as follows3> ..t'

u': and has just cause, a telegram being capturing the men who went to Cat miles in a little less than a week. The Starke, says: "I had kidney trouble But now ,0 0 .....i.t,
We've locked mountain cabin and '
our .
received at this place Wednesday stat- Island, just south of the Georgia line me ntraveled in sixteen sections, each and suffered from dull, nagging back- I'I0 Jacksonville to Tampa. < .

ing that the government had acceptedthe on the Suwannee river, to resist by section comprising 12 tourist cars and aches. I was also distressed by head- the fall & No. 3_______________.10:55 a. m. <8> .:J

proposition of the Arcadia people force of arms the draft, and is expectto : 2 baggage cars. aches. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and Has thrown a leaf-brown shroud 0 No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. 3S > ;\;

without qualifications, but that Arcadia arrwe with the prisoners tomorrow I In order to centralize the furnishing they relieved the kidney annoyanceand : across it all; < > No. 15 "Floridian"____2:37 p. m. '. ,
browIs
gets two camps instead of one. The morning. A brief telegram, which was of sleeping cars at points most con- rid me of the backaches." My 0 0 1
furrowed with the of
venient the to util- weight more 0 Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 'r.
of DeSoto received from Marshal Perkins this to government and Lasting Benefit. :
"big prairie"offers one of the county finest sites undoubtedly morning, stated that he had capturedfive ize these cars to the best advantagethe Over three years later, Mrs. Moitt than years, *> No. 21_..____________ 4:50 p. m. :'if
And father winks the
for aviation camps in the world. Thereare of the rebels, but gave no detailsas Pullman company changed the supervision said: "I haven't suffered from any reading, away & '

million of land in to how the arrests were effected. of the supply and movementof symptoms of kidney complaint sinceDoan's tears. 0 Tampa to Jacksonville. <* 4i

this nearly tract and two the climate acres all the :Marshal Perkins left Pensacola lastThursday these cars from the headquarters of Kidney Pills made a cure of The boys? Why, John and Jim are 0 No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. <8>

round will make it ideal for aviators.year armed with five Winchester the company at Chicago to Washington my case." far away E No. 2_______________ 4:51 a. m. <3O > t'

Including the building of a railroadit rifles to take the men who were report. where they stationed C. W. Hen- Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply Across the mainA No.16 "Floridian" .. 5:54 p. m. tai

will cost the people of Arcadia about ed to have gone to Cat Island and with ry, assistant to the superintendent of ask for a'kidney renedy-getDoan's signal fire bares the hurt, the pain, 0
and ammunition, after expressing car service. Mr. Henry, in his head- Kidney Pills-the same that That veillike lies upon their boyishfaces ,$> Cedar Key to Jacksonri'le.! <> ,.
a hundred thousand dollars to secure guns, __ _______ $> \
at the offices of the Railroads 0 No. 20.___ 9:18 a. m. :t
the camp, but as such a camp would their determination to resist the quarters Mrs. Moitt has twice publicly s> ;!, J"
bring thousands of people adjacent to draft with powder and shot. It was War Board, has been in daily touch mended. Foster-Milburn Co., And Tom-they tell us Tom won't <0 g> Starke and Wanxee. <<3> :i.1
that be in with the office of the quartermaster Buffalo N. Y. recom-I come again.A .
what reported they might joined )
Arcadia there is no question but <8> (Daily Except Sunday)
will the the rebellion by relatives and friends, general, and on receipt of requests .
meet
the Arcadia people con- <3> No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. $ .iJ
ditions asked by the government. and for that reason Marshal Perkins from military authorities for sleepingcar To Cure a Cold in One Day. century of strife and loss and fear $ No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. & .

took the rifles expecting to pick up equipment has seen that the cars Take LAXATIVE EROMO Quinine. It stops the Has touched us since we saw them in

deputies on the way to the scene. It were rushed at once to the points need- Cough and Headache end works off the Cold. their places > T. J. GRIFFIN, <* .
A. Collins E. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
JACKSONVILLE-G.
This time
was reported that three men subjectto ed. 1::. W. GROVt t.i-Iature on each box. :30C last year. Agent. *> .Ij
'R. Neff, and Ray Rhoderhaber of theo draft had gone to the island and the As a result of this co-operation be- -Margaret E. Sangster,in Christian 0 0 ,

city engineering department killed a news that he had captured five, con- tween the government, the railroadsand TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE. Herald. 00800004000000 : ,,:

350 pound bear Sunday afternoon in a fiiyns the assumption that they wouldbe the Pullman company, half a million .........
swamp about twelve miles from St. soldiers have been the discomforts
spared
joined by others. The men are said -
Augustine. The trio was hunting for to be followers of Tom Watson and of making long train tripsin

.. squirrels in a"swamp. The hunters were influenced by reading the weekly day coaches.To s

" came upon a bear, and, as he showed Jeffersonian, which was suppressed as assure the safety of the men in .

no fight, they attacked him with a .22 a seditious publication by the postoffice transit the railroads have adopted an

rifle and a shotgun. Their shells were department several weeks ago. average speed of 25 miles an hour for
Second Carload has Arrived
loaded with No. 4 shot and it took sev- all troop trains except when freight ,
I -
eral rounds before the bear was killed. cars needed for the transportation of

The animal measured six feet from TAMPA-Arrested here on a chargeof equipment are included in the trains.

tip to tip. He was brought to the bigamy and embezzlement, H. A. The speed is then reduced to 20 milesan

city where the hunters skinned him French, a man of about forty-three, is hour. 1l ,

and will preserve his hide. The resi- being> held awaiting orders from the .

dents of that section of the country declare chief of police at Winston Salem, N. ai

i. that this is the first bear to be C. A telegram to the local police Sunday FLORIDA'S DEATH RATE FROM

la' found in their neighborhood for the read as follows: "Arrest one RESPIRATORY DISEASES LOW "

.= last twenty years. The bear was black H. A. French, age forty-three. Has n

: and one of the largest ever found in wife and one girl two years old and R'li.I
State board of health calls atten-
this part of the state.TALLAHASSEE.When. one infant girl. Crime, embezzlementand :: .
tion to few fatalities from pneumonia,
bigamy. $50 reward. The tel-
bronchitis, asthma and other like mal-
also included a full description
t a negro egram adies in comparison to other states. -
of French. Shortly after noon :Monday -
$ convict, Jack Thaggard was working The death rate in Florida from such i
|: on the Woodville road about four miles French was arrested at the post- respiratory diseases as chronic and
Lieutenant of Detectives Tho- t
office
south of Tallahassee, broke and ran by acute bronchitis, diptheria, asthma, :
brought to police head-
mas and was
afternoon Guard Stoutamire
L Friday and pneumonia is exceptionally low
examination. In his state-
for
-;: shot twice to frighten him and yelled quarters when compared with other states; and ,
his
the local he claimed
ment to police
"halt," but when the negro continued the state board of health is calling at- .",
to run, Stoutamire shot to kill and at name was Clark and that he was born tention to the fact at this time when -
in Maine. He has a wife and three i
j'a distance of two hundred yards in a there is such a prevalence of these diseases .
children, two of whom are and .,
grown
down the J
; blackjack thicket brought in other sections of the country.
said he had been separated from Mrs.
fleeing convict. The rifle ball passed While it is a fact that respiratory .
for about two He stated ..
Clark
.. through the heart, and the negro died years. diseases in other states is emphasized .
that he took the girl who is now .
f shortly afterward. Thaggard came to young South at this time by the large number of I :
with him from her home in
i this city with two white men who are cases of pneumonia at certain of the (
Carolina and married her on December -
i wanted in Chattanooga for highway army cantonments further north in
3 1916. At the time he married
i robbery, and was arrested with them. old and which Southern boys are training for a .
child two
her she had a years ,
The white about two
men escaped war service. .
she now has a baby girl two monthsold. t' .
.
weeks
ago, but were captured. Thag- Several months ago when the gov- '
fs';: gard tried to escape a few days ago, She stated at the examination that ernment was locating these camps, } I
had
that French 'j
she was no taware :
f, but was stopped, then the guards were Dr. W. H. Cox, state health officer,
married and did not know
[- cautioned to watch him closely, because ever been took up the matter of Florida's low

a it was expected that he, too, was his real name was Clark. The couple rate of fatalities from these diseases
has been in the city two weeks, livingin !
wanted He
for
offense.
a grave was with certain newspapers with a viewof '
% a room at 110 Franklin street. Mrs. L ;.
; serving- sentence for train riding in having it advocated extensivelythat -
French states that she has only $2.50in
;.: the county camp when he attempted the Southern young men wouldbe
with-which to buy groceriesand
to escape and was killed by the guard. money protected from these diseases dur- ai ruw
her room rent is due. She told the
..
ing the winter in Florida than
police that it would be impossible for more I
elsewhere.The .
TALLAHASSEE. Stacey R. her to return to her father and step- I

.., Radford, .a wealthy planter and well mother, as her-father is a poor farmer reports of pneumonia in many '

known physician of this county, who with seven children to support. of the camps seem to bear out his con-

"lives on one of the most beautiful tention that Florida is freer from this tl i

plantations in the South, his home overlooking menace than any other states at this .

Lake Helen, is in the county MIAMI.-Richard L. Hickson, while particular period of the year. ]

jail, while Claude Waldon a mechanicfor riding to town in a street car, was Of course respiratory diseases will "

the Messer garage, lies in a crit- shot by Frances Williams, a 20-year continue to exist in this state in the .

ical condition with a pistol ball in his old white girl, the ball taking effect in future as in the past. However, reduction Our second of Mules and Horses reached barns 1
neck. As there is no bail for murder, the left lung and passing through. At of the number of. cases rests car our

Dr. Radford is incarcerated, pending the time of the shooting there were with the individual taking proper pre-

the verdict of the physicians as to no other passengers' on the car. R. I cautions to prevent a spread of such Tuesday morning from St. Louis. This is probably the classiest -. }

whether Mr. Waldon will die or not T. Albury, the conductor, states that of them as are communicable. Never-

Four shots from a 38-calibre revolverwere no words passed between Hickson and theless statistics show that the death lot of f stock ever shipped into Bradford unty and those ; :i-

fired, but only the third one hit the girl after the} entered the car. rate is exceedingly low when compared -

its mark. Eye witnesses and Chief: The girl seemed nervous, looking up with that of other states. who wish good dependable live stock are invited to come and .1 : .
Deputy SherifFrank Stoutamire, who and down the aisle, then at Hickson. ,

placed Dr. Radford under arrest, de- Suddenly she pulled a revolver from r. look them : ;

clare that he was intoxicated. It is under her coat and shot Hickson. The COFFINS CASKETSAnd over. .

said that the doctor left his car to be : physicians at the hospital say that it a full line ofUndertakers' .

repaired in the morning, and when he will be from twelve to twentyfourhours +
returned in the afternoon and found it before they am tell whether the Supplies I t.

unready for use, he used profanityand wound will prove fatal. At this writ- Automobile Hearse. M

finally shot the mechanic. Mrs. ing he is in a very serious condition. Always on hand. The best ser-

Waldon is in Lake City, the former Conductor Albury took the revolver vice at the lowest prices. Special J. W. ANDREWS & SON

home of her husband, whose family is away from the girl and when the car Attention to telegraph orders.Registered .

well known in Columbia county, and reached the police station turned the w "

friends have gone in an automobile to girl over to the police. At the time Embalmer

notify Mrs. Radford of the affair. Wal- Mr. Hickson was shot he cried, "She STARKE FLORIDA ":

don and Radford are both popular shot me through the heart. The girl DeWITT C. JONES .

here. The ball entered the front of theo lived at the home of Policeman Bishop [ t' f l

neck and lodged near the base of the and stated that Hickson came there Starke. Fla. 1 '

brain, but Waldon is able to talk and and bothered her and Mr. Bishop had ., --J.J

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JE BRADFORD COL:, e TELF RAr1J. STARl\E. ,FLOiUIJ.\. FUW.\, O\"DIBR 30,111T; .

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Governor Catts and his chief legal + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + DEATH OF MRS. C. E. KEITH. j SUGAR SHORTAGE I C01IBIX.\TIOX ---.-

Bndfsrd County Telegraph adviser, Hon. W. A. Flournoy have I,tt + --/ IS FELT IN STARKE DEN : JfSnKSgBy <

rome to the parting of the ways. The HOLIDAY EDITION. + Mrs. Caroline Elizabeth Keith diedon i

governor accuses Mr. Flournoy of giv- + Monday morning at 6:45 o'clock, at an order issued Monday
g. Published Weekly, and entered u seeR ing him bad advice, whereupon Mr. t The Telegraph is preparing to + the home of her son, 0. J. Farmer, on The housewives of Starke are fac' I ton Beacham, food administrator, Bra

and class matter at the post-office at Flournoy publishes correspondence to publish a holiday edition on Fri- + West Church street, after an illnessof to face with a novel situation-they I' Florida, representing the federal fot.'

,; ; Stub, Florida. show that he has advised the governor day, December 14th, in full time + one week, following an attack of are unable to obtain sugar, for per- administrator, forbids what is food
7 against doing some of the ill-advised fr for merchants to reach holiday + lagrippe. haps the first time in the history of } as "combination sales" of knOW'1'c

and Ownrr things he has done. The correspondence shoppers with their store news. + the town except in one and two-pound : by dealers to the public. fuodatul. .
Editor
in Camden One
r E. S. MATTHEWS, Deceased was born coun- ,
shows beyond doubt that Mr. Handsome covers for the edition + lots, and it seems the small supply i tion is made, eXeth
Editor. ty, Ga., October 3, 1840. She was a allowing comb Nr
G. B. JORDAN Associate natioQ j
Flournoy advised the governor very ;I:* have already been ordered and + which the local merchants have on sales on sugar and
t consistent member of the Baptist I cornmeal '/:
I officers '+ to make the edi- + before another so a.i tv
strongly against removing we hope holiday hand will be depleted encourage the
greater
r church, and had lived a life of unsel- use of cora.> ..-
PATRIOTISM. I without cause and without giving them '+ tion a very interesting paper. A + fish devotion to tlje service of God, supply can be obtained. meal as a measure toward conservbilft3

q a hearing, and warned him that such a + large number of sample copies + her family and'friends. She is survived i One dealer stated that for some I wheat products, especially wheat =
f P
s course would put the people of the + will, be mailed, thus affording + ,weeks the wholesalers had been cutting The food administrator ap
1 Some people are born with patriotism state to the expense of paying salariesto + merchants a fine opportunity to + by three sons, one stepdaughtera down his orders for sugar-only point that these "combination makes : a-
number of and three
some acquire patriotism and officers so suspended. People who + reach practically every home in + grandchildren The I allowing him 100 pounds on his or- frequently cause housewives siW".'.'-<

some have patriotism thrust upon know Mr. Flournoy never imaginedthat + the county. + great-grandchildren. sons are, ders, and that at present he was unable extra quantities of foodstuffs
: theme
H A. Farmer of St. 0.
Petersburg jt_
,
them the Ft. Pierce Tribune. In + The for in the holiday +
rate
says any of the governor's precipitateand space to secure even this amount. An- defeating, in a
measure the
J. Farmer of this Farmer _
B. J. :
city and !
r
-
this city there is very little of the ill-considered actions were based + edition will be 20 cents per + other dealer, however, said he had tion of food. He asks that rSl x
of Jacksonville -
(c first variety, some few are acquiringit en advice given by the DeFuniak law- + inch. let us have your space or- + ,Mrs C. and stepdaughter of Yulee. been promised a shipment in a few tion of this ruling be reported any liij;
Mary Wingate, to
association'and it is now timeto
+
by yer. ders early in order that the best.+ days, which may arrive in time to pre- __ 1DOX'T
Deceased first married to B. J. -
get busy and do the latter. Do you + possible arrangement of the ad- + was vent a real sugar famine in Starke.

I know that some of the most prominent Union Thanksgiving services were + vertisements may be made. + Farmer, Sr., of Scriven county, Ga., While the sugar situation is ser- MAKE THE CHILDRFV*
and with him Florida before
; r men fn Fort Pierce either do not know held yesterday morning at the Metho- + + came to ious, it is not thought that the coun- SUFFER.sa_:

t enough or care enough to go to the dist church, all of the other congre- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + the war between the states, residingat try will have to face a sugar famine I 3&
,
their hats when the Starke, and later at Yulee, where In practicing c nseo nation of ""' ;j
trouble to remove in the service. food
gations in town uniting for any length of time. The new crop '
I national anthem is played in public, Dr. Ray Palmer, who is conducting THE SOUTHERN YAM. her husband, a daughter and a step- will begin to come in from Cuba in a 'I supplies adults may deny themselves,
for rising to their feet unlessso son died during an epidemic of yellow luxuries that in the past they .
and as evangelistic services at the First Bap- few weeks, and it is very probable that i haw-'I
o requested, why they wouldn't think tist church, occupied the pulpit and fever. Her second marriage was to by the wholesalers and retailers dolingout I considered indispensable, but they =
The United States food administration Rev. Robert Keith'a Baptist preacher, should be
of it. I actually saw the former hap- more considerate of
preached an excellent sermon, appro- the present supply in small lots, tie:
at Washington is who resided at Starke whom she children.
the streets of Fort Pierce not starting a cam sur- Warnings have been
pen on priate to the Thanksgiving season. enough be secured to tide over nttar. -
paign for Southern through the vived by a number of -Gainesville may ed by distinguished
weeks "The Star Spangled rendered yams years. doctors
many ago. The combined choirs inspir- until the is the against
new crop put on mar-
household magazines of the North. It Sun, Tuesday, November 27th. cutting off the .
t Banner" was played and in a group ing music, and the church was taste- nourishing foods from
of men standing near not more than decorated with palms vases of will boost the yam and give recipes for The body of Mrs. Keith was broughtto ket.But growing children. Bitter ar-d rom :.

} half removed their hats and they were I fully cut flowers and United States flags. using our sweet potatoes. In other Starke for interment in the family coming at this time of the year are Hsent.11 l to the health of the eBi'4 '
.
..t not in a draft either. :I words, Southern farmers will get an plot at Crosby Lake Cemetery, arriv- -with Christmas only a short time and a generous quantity of eier n;"U -:_
advertising campaign for their sweet ing here Tuesday morning, accompanied away-the sugar shortage will cause be provided for them. Ac. adult
SITUATION: -
boast of more POTATO can'"i'thrivp.
If not IRISH ,
s any
people can I
the housewives to "hustle about to
j potatoes that does not cost them one by her three sons, Messrs. H. A:, on a very raall amount _
for the expression of our national regard
( 0. J. and B. J. Farmer. produce cakes for Christmas.Tell sweets, but it is no tadvisable .'
the
to-ea-
and choose to ignore cent.This
rendition pride of our national anthem at We have investigated the Irish po- campaign will help create a The mneral procession moved directly ;danger the health of growing cboldra; f1'

I this time when tens of thousands of tato situation somewhat on behalf of large demand in the North for Southern from the station to the ceme- it to the Telegraph and tell ev- ,in an effort to conserve food.-St A-
some of our customers and friends. sweet potatoes. The use of our I gustine Record.
the manhood of our country aremarching tery, where the burial service was con- erybody. Advertise! *
young to die for the flag We find that the Northern"potato cropis sweet potatoes in the army camps will ducted by Rev. W. G. Law, pastor of I ,gj
away I about twice as large as in 1916, but I help to cause demand-for Southern
a
the First church
Baptist assisted by
be
that the tells of they should
song in spite of this potatoes are selling at in the North.
sweet
potatoes Rev. L. W. Kickliter. Mr. Kickliterhad
1 classed by some expressive term. Why, high prices. It seems a logical con- I With such a market opened up to
been an acquaintance and friendof
in
you and I can be just as patriotic clusion, therefore, that after a run of free of to H. L FOWLERlThe
little at home as the us charge, are we going the deceased and her family for
our soldier own who marches corner away. We may six months on the present supply po- take advantage of it? Are we goingto nearly half a century. He paid a beau- 1!
still be and while the ..
tatoes will high, ,
fresh
try to rush our sweet potatoes -
t receive the glory that is his nor tiful tribute to her life and character, J y
never
fancy prices of last year may not be off to market to '
or are we going
which touched responsive chord in
z do deserve it, but we can uphold a
we the Pinder Man
price
Florida
realized for potatoes,
of and our build storage houses and keep our the hearts of those present, all of r I
the country
dignity our .
I to make
the will still be high enough po- sweet potatoes through the winter and whom had known the deceased as
show we are behind a
flag
we
; can .
tato growing profitable.We market them gradually? ,.'
who is behind the by letting truly good and noble woman.
man gun have the seed sit- (fl
of Old investigated We have never had such an oppor- Messrs. W. T. Weeks, J. C. Poppell, i
know we are proud
'f- everyone Glory and if "The Star Spangled Ban' uation and have quotations on seed at tunity before for sweet potatoes. The L. W. Kickliter, G. C. Livingston, N. A full line of Hardware
White Rose 0
E for
ner" doesn't make stand and let $5.50 to $5.75 Spalding market is made for us without efforton D. Wainwright and E. S. Matthews
you of the Red Bliss runs something -
The price >
'" our part. If we do not take advan- acted as pallbearers.
know that are glad you are
one you like one dollar higher.It ap- tage of this market the faiult is our ,
an American citizen, as a new popu- : pears to us that this is the time for own. If these potatoes are kept into -31
Furniture of all kinds
lar song says: "If 'The Star SpangledBanner' and growers to secure their supply of seed. ,the winter better prices will be received MEETING OF JUNIOR ROTARIES. MI '
make stand
t a 1 don't
you ;Later they. may be scarce and very for them than at present, although I _
cheer, then what are you doing here? much We suggest that those
higher. I present prjces are good. The i
Regular meeting of the Junior Ro- H =
who wish to plant potatoes get together ,
future of the sweet is
potato
; 7 EXTERMINATING THE FISH. to order [ very ary Club will be held at 7:30 p. m. in
and appoint some one I I promising.-Montgomery Advertiser.
the club rooms on Monday night, at
., the seed in quantity so that they maybe Goods Arriving Daily
.it in carload rates, and in which the entire membership is urgedto 0 r'A '
shipped at STARKE BASKET BALL TEAM I
of
The Ancient and Honorable Order made be present. Plans for the club > e .
I'l.-l. Fish Muddlers have reorganized, applied order that a supply may be cer- DEFEAT INVERNESS CHAMPSThe oyster supper to be given in Decem- -

J : for a new charter and will hereafter tain. .ber will be completed. Z

I of be Fish known Exterminators.as the "Improved" The term Order bank If our will friends act as wish agent us and to do order so this the Starke High School basket ball CLIFF TATUM, Carload of Wire Just Received 0IIfI4 }

1. "honorable" has been eliminated, as seed, having them come forward at team defeated the Citrus High School Secretary.pLAS5IFIjEDn.
I have five at Inverness last in hard )
planting time. The prices we are Friday a
the new practices of the order are not .
time and fought uphill which terminatedwith .
subject to 'change at any game
\ honorable but criminal. fa
what ever is done in the matter shouldbe a score of 16 to 13. The first I : !;

\I ,. The old-time fish muddler went to done at once. Investigate at once quarter proved to be a tie of 6 rJ t:. H I sell nothing but good Finder Seed 0

a water hole in a dry brook and withan and if you. buy the seed cheaper while the second and third stanzisMit V/ ADVERTISINGWE U

old hoe stirred up the mud till the than the prices we have, buy them to Inverness 11 to 9 and 13 to !1, !
water became muddy. The blinded [from whoever makes the best offer. respectively. Fasi inside plays which and have a good stock of
and bamboozled cats and trout were I BUY HONEY-Send samples to
Our only interest in. the matter is to surmised the Invciness lads permit*,d MW

then picked up with the hands. Some-I(get the seed as cheap as' ;ossibl2 for Stail.e to hold th,m score I :ss in the ;Jacksonville Cracker Works, Jack- them hand .
times the muddler was bitten i sonville, Fla. 11-30-5t. on now.WHERE ..
friends and to make sere that they last quarter, and score the four win-
"cooter" or stung by the sharp fins of I II lour -
have a supply for planting. The straw- ning points when Gus Beasle'y and
a catfish, so there was enough of the I I berry .acreage is very much reducedand Harold Wall each secured a field goal.A FOR SALE-Medium sized mare at C:: 11Z

element of danger in. the process to [ the Starke section will feel the special feature in the winning of reasonable price. T. H. Halligan,
with the Fish i I Starke. 11-23-tf.
class muddling sports. need of a spiirj ironey cron. Potatoes the game is the fact that Invernesshad 0

'.. too small were left alone, and when I I look to us like;: t1:-* lest let a: this lost no games in two years and
the mud had settled they were none FOR RENT-6 room t cottage ''next
time. had laid claim to the Middle Florida
the worse for the experience. 1 door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.J. : 1355-1357-1359 Main St. 0) I
Yours for service, championship. This as a result goes to
l When there happened to be long and I I the Starke lads and puts them in run- W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf.

wide pools the muddler was at a disadvantage THE BANK OF STARKE, ning for the state pennant. o Florida ta

._ s aslhe work of muddling then I It By E. S. Matthews, Pres. After the game Miss Sarah Sweat FOR SALE CHEAP-A new Fair- Lake Butler,

was more than he cared to tackle. But !, entertained the two teams and the banks-Morse ,3 hp "Z" oil engine, :
'. the modern muddler in and i I with built- n magneto. Enoch Grif- W {
steps '
; FLORIDA WAS GENEROUS TO young people of the town with a delightful -
-. shows his superiority. With fiend-I fis, Lawtey, Fla. 11-23-4t.
l a _
ish of Prussian I I Y. M. C. A. WAR WORK FUND : party at the Orange Hotel, _u___ _ _- I
r ingenuity worthy a which was greatly enjoyed by the '
I FOR SALE-Pair of good mules. Cash
: colonel, he goes to such a pool equipped Starke boys. _
: with a bag of quick lime. The (Contributions From All Counties Total A return game is promised for the : or terms. Price right. J. M. Brown-

lime is strewn over the water and the I $118,245. local court in the near future and the lee, Starke. 1123tf. :

water agitated until it* becomes sot people of the city are urged to help I II LAKE BUTLER BAKERYklLake I

iI charged turtles and with other the corrosive beings in till the the water fish, !II Eoitor Telegraph: support the team by. attending. I I FOR miles SALE-Forty-acre southeast of Starke,farm small, new 2%

,_ "uecome blinded, and in their agony Florida has made a magnificent response THE COTTON MARKET.will house; 18 acres under wire fence ,,

stock their heads above the water in to the patriotic appeal for and in cultivation. Cheap for cash. Butler Florida

r utter helplessness. The muddler lei- funds for our soldier boys' welfare as not take another upward move un- Wallace Mills, Starke. 1123tf. c !}-;.

.. surely chooses the fish he prefers and provided under the auspices of the be '<1'
at at present to going through one
FOR SALE-20 farm 2 miles
J easily lands them bymeans of a long Young Men's Christian Association.We of the many depressions that have acre %
rod. The lime bums the would like to write each contributor from Starke on Kingsley road; all lit
soon up eyes marked the marketing of the present Bread Cakes and Pies
and- gills of the fish and they die a I but it is impossible, and we ask crop. Op until the middle of last well fenced and under cultivation;
of two-story dwelling, good barn, 90-
painful death. Should a rain come that you print this expression appreciation week the demand was strong in Savan-
and raise the level of the water in the for the part which your nah at 74 cents. The man who was foot well; near school. For termssee

pool, the poison will) overflow into community" has had in.this great cause. doing nearly all of the buying for the S. L. Alvarez. 1116tf. L C. SMITH, Proprietor I

pools below and kill the fish there. In Behalf of the National War .
mills suddenly dropped out of the market '
Such nefarious work will soon kill Council, we thank all who and but have for given the No sharp decline followed his FOR farm SALE 2% miles OR RE east T-My of Starke 20-acre, 14 Prompt Delivery Phone 78 '

all the fish in a watercourse if not both time and money, movement, but the market became dull acres in cultivation good house and t11
the
stopped. The loss of the fish is a ser- willing sacrifice of so many cam- and slow. It may be that the market barn location for stock
succeeded. good range, '' -
would not have
ious matter to those who depend on paign will not take another upward move until in center of strawberry section. For -_
them for an occasional change in their Very truly, after the Christmas holidays but it particulars address C. A. Johnson, --- -

diet and a person' who uses lime or 0. E. MAPLE, I is generally believed the price will go Station Ne. 3, Gary, Fla. 10-5-tf. '
'
3 other such means to exterminate a natural State Secretary. back to the old standard when the

resource should be considered a Amount raised by counties: I supply at the mills begins to run short. FOR SALE-80 acre farm 2 miles of 'I

public enemy. This mode of "fishing" Alarhna __________________2000.00 I -- Starke; 40 acres cleared and in cultivation Weaver DrugCo.
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is said to be practiced by conscienceless Baker ______________________ 77.00 RAILROADS OPERATED BY THE ; 20 acres stumped; good Broom -

r I persons in the brooks and rivers Bradford ___..,-______________ 145.00 GOVERNMENT NEXT MOVE house, good out buildings and
\ of the western and central portions of
Clay 197.00 tenant houses; 5 acre pecan grove, .
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the county. There is a heavy fine for Columbia ___________________ 62.88 WASHINGTON Nov. 26.Government just beginning to bear; 40 acres well ;; I

any such perpetrator if caught, and' Dade ______________________11851.00 timbered-offered for quick sale at
those who can give the sheriff infor- DeSoto _____________________2400.00 operation of railroads during the reasonable price. For further par- The eau Store
war appeared as increasing possi-
,. mation as to their identity should not Duval _____________________18270.0! an ticulars enquire at Bradford County -
the minds who
bility in of officials with
t fail to do so. Parents should warn Gadsden ____________________1054.00 Bank. 1123tf.
r their sons not to take part in such j I[,Hamilton 59.00 railroad heads are trying to effectuatesome
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1 J criminal fish slaughter. j I(I Hillsborough _______________25112.00 plan for the relief of the eas- FOR SALE-The place belonging to
tern traffic situation. It is apparently Raiford
i- I Jefferson ________________ __1419.00 :conceded that if the pooling system the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains Flali ::j:

The banks in Bradford county have Lafayette _______________:__ 100.00 about to be undertaken by the railroads 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence. ,

; more than a million dollars in de- t Lake __________________._ ..1').>5.VO fails the government will take Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one .__ _

: posits. This represents a growth of Lee ________________________ 750.00 over the operation of the roads as one barn. Located 1% miles from Starke -'

{ I at least 100 per cent in two years. ieon _____________________ 2700.00 system. one-half mile from church, one mile The House of .

._ Madison ____________________1716.00 Vice presidents of eastern lines have from school. For further informa-

9 cotton will be planted exten- Manatee ____________________1900.00 I met with members of the railroad tion write A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or PURE DRUGS.COURTEOUS vl't

While Marion _____________________2729.00Monroe details of the see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for TREATMENT. t
board work
Bradford 'county to on
sively next year by _____________________3021.00 general directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf PRICES. .-
t farmers not of them will place pooling of as much track and equip- LIVE AND LET LIVE
many Orange _____________________6000.00 considered
: their sole in it ment as practicable and
as a
: dependence money Osceola ____________________2135.00 have FOR SALE-Farm of 176 acres, 35 '
committee be in
r f t crop., Hogs and cattle are going to Palm Beach ________________ 825.00 named a to put acres in cultivation, good land, near- J-
in for of full control of the pool which involvesthe COMPOUNDED.
j. sideration.come a large measure con- Pasco ______________________ 10.00 joint use of tracks, locomotives, ly all stumped, 50 budded pecan PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY "-

Pinellas -___________________5087.00 cars and employes in the*congested trees beginning to bear, 150 peach = I

i.Polk ----___________________9456.00 centers. trees, a nice 5-room house and outbuildings .

Governor Catts accuses Flournoy of |i I i Putnam ____________________ 966.00 irrigating plant, one mule I

f t, having advised him that the governor Seminole ___________________2500.00 and farm implements, 43 head of I Weaver Drug Co. .11

. :, ;; + could expel a member of the legisla-j I St. Johns -----______________5032.00 OBSERVED THANKSGIVING.Most cattle, 20 hogs. Will sell at a sac-

ture. The governor simply misuderi t j i i St. Lucie ___________________ 10.00 rifice, part cash, balance on time.

t stood. Flournoy did not give him any Scnter ----____--__________ 131.00 of the business houses of Am 78 years old and must sell one POSTOFFICE BUILDING. '
such. advice, unless he was either 1 1'I Suwannee ----_-____________1312.00 Starke closed yesterday in observanceof of the best stock farms in Florida. csr

drunk or hypnotized at the time and :i I I Taylor ----------___________ 105.00Volusia Thanksgiving. Many of the stores 10 miles from Starke, between

ia 'an acquaintance of several years.' --------_------------7057.00 remained open until 11 o'clock in the Brooklyn and Theressa, near two Raiford Florida.a!r
t a y we'have never known of him being under I morning, but after this hour but few lakes. Inquire of C. A. Youngblood, .:

-either of these influences.. Total ------------$118,2..5.00 places were open. Theressa, Fla. -" I
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Mr. A. A. Culbreth is spending a DR. RAY PALMER AT THE l I o=o. .0ClO ..olio.0=0 -OeCa
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few days in South Florida, combining ill t..
I : 0
If pleasure with business. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 0

g Bits of LocalInformation. When you are thinking of buying that "
Save your meats byjising" Figaro Dr. Ray Palmer will be at the First
Preservar-"liquid smoke. Let us Baptist church this week and next,
tell you about it. Young Trading Co. preaching every.afternoon at 3 o'clock

and evening at 7:15. Song service lVEW' HAT 0
r : Special Sale for a Short Time Onlyon each evening begins at 7 o'clock sharp. o : D

green and black enamaled screen Come and join the chorus choir. Great
= C.-traW 0. P..t. labial .* 0 0
._ .... M M. c....ea4 r...* W II wire. A chance to screen at small Sermons, good singing and a welcometo Don't f .
cost. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. everybody. W. G. LAW, orgefKNIGHT'S .


Large stock of goods on hand, and Pastor. c

;* Arrow collars at Sternberg's.Mrs. -l Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and chil all going at reduced prices for ten TURKEY SHOOT. MILLINERY +
dren visited relatives in Gainesville days, beginning Dec. 1. Young Trad-

H. R. Sapp of Lawtey, was Sunday. ing Co. o q {
At a shooting match for turkeys,
..-;; visiting in Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Fralick were I Mr. J. T. Zanzeberg, of Nebraska, held east of town Wednesday morn- 0q Outfitters to Women and Children
\ !has been in Starke for the last few ing, Mr. Jacob Johns carried off the 1
7 J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was a guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. I
days business. Mr. honors, winning for himself
on Zanzeberg owns a turkey
,
r| business visitor to Starke Tuesday. Fralick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Harrison, at Worthington. property in the county and contem- one for Mr. Nat Sternberg, one for STARKE, FLA. j
plates settling here. Mr. William Powell and one for Lieut.-
Ford and curtains
tops complete,
*; ,
H. C. Richard. From it
V $9.50. M. Leviton. Starke.rS. Messrs. J. C. Crawford, Clive Craw- reports seems 0 .
% ford and Henry Thomas, of the Dukes ST. MARK'S. that Mr. Johns was having such luck 00=0. .01: -0001 '70)DO) .0ClO :+
the other
B. Futch, of Lawtey, was a busi section, were transacting business in contestants decided to retire
. visitor to the city Saturday.. Starke Monday. Morning prayer and sermon 11 a. m.' and the affair was called off. HONOR ROLL FOR RAIFORD HIGH I

. Sunday school, 10 a. m. SCHOOL. I AUTOSDr.

3\ A. Z. Adkins, Esq., was a business Captain Henry Freeman, who is stationed No evening services.LIEUTENANT CARD OF THANKS.We .
-
n visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. at Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga., ---.- I
$ First Grade-Amelia Crison Beat-
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has had a turn with measles, but is I H. C. RICHARD AT wish to extend our heartfelt rice Cason, Percy Cason, Lois Ritch, Tomlinson sells the OVERLAND;
, r
Mrs. J. W. Pollard, of Hampton, now convalescing. I thanks
HOME. to our Starke friends for the Lennon Clias.
: Almetto Ritch, Louise Ruby Marks the NASH;
in Starke. .
Tuesday ,
: : spent courtesies shown
many us in our recent -
Lee Willie Charlie
tt Hollingsworth, Jesse Alexander the CHEVROLET
N. H: Stokes and B. A. Thomas, of ;
I bereavement. Starke and Starke
Lieutenant H. C. Richard arrived James Norman Jesse Mar-
2{' See the men's suits at Stump's. the Miller section, were among the people have .a warm place in our Dowling, Albert Anderson the FORD.
visitors to Starke Monday.J. home Tuesday from Ft. Oglethorpe hearts. tin, Thearald Hall. ,
r"y" The regular business meeting of the training camp, for a two weeks leaveof Second Grade-Jessie Johns, Rosa We sell INSURANCE on these cars
H. A. FARMER
absence, and his many friends'areglad Norman, Marcus Johnson, Joe Hood, 'or ANY OTHER.J. .
W. C. T. U. will be held next Monday E. Wainright, chief clerk in the 0. J. FARMER,
tf* afternoon at 2:30, at the Methodist U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, was-a of the opportunity to shake hands B. J. FARMER. Altie Rhoden.
with him and offer their Third Grade-Mills Charlie R. DAVIS & CO.
f church. guest Sunday at the home of his mother congratulations Kelly,
in Starke. on his being appointed a lieu- Byrd, Bertha Mae Hobbs. Starke Fla.

y4 T. H. Tyre, of Raiford, was in town tenant in the National Army. ,LAST SUNDAY AT THE METHO Fourth-Grade-Warren Graham, Al-
,* Wednesday on business and paid this D. R. Edwards, manager of the Cum-' Lieutenant Richard has been as- DlST 'CHURCH. fonso Sapp, Leon Dowling, Mary. Ad-

:J"oftke a call. :mer Lumber Company's commissary signed to Camp Green, at Charlotte, dison. TEACHERS INSTITUTE TO MEETIN
I
." N. C., and will there December Fifth Grade-Mae Norman Mattie
on ,
-\I"-'' I at Sumner, was a visitor to Starke 15th. go Next Sunday is the last Sunday' at Addison. STARKE DECEMBER 15TH.
l. Mr. N. T. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. Arch I Wednesday. the Methodist church in the city for Grade-Bertha -
Sixth Al-
Dowling,
; Green and children and Miss Nannie this eccleciastical The pastor will
i- I year.
: The
bert Mizelle. next teachers institute
.'i; Howell motored over to Raiford last I Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny, of' CONDUCTOR MARKS TRANSFERRED. leave for the meeting of the annual for regular
Seventh Bradford will be held +
Johnson in
Joe
Grade-Edyth county
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1' Sunday to spend the day.I Brooker, were visitors to Starke Wed conference in Miami next Monday '
Cason, Anna Mae Anderson, Markilie !!Starke on Saturday December 15th,
nesday. morning on the early train. All the
Johnson. and Superintendent Poppell has issued
Special sale going on at the Cash Conductor Chas. A. Marks, for business of this year wioll else next I Eighth Grade-Dewey Duke, Rus- the following notice to the teachers of ,
Department Store. Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at many years in charge of the passenger Sunday, and plans for the new year I' sell Hobbs,. the county:

the Cash Department Store. train on the Wannee branch of the S. will be inaugurated. The pastor will High SchooWLoca Anderson. This is to notify you that the next
Mrs. Burleson, of Lawtey, is again A. L. railroad, has been transferredto preach at the morning hour, and ad- regular teachers institute will "be held
making her home with Dr. and Mrs. E. Miss ,Eunice Robinson spent the a run between Tampa and Jackson minister the holy communion. In the in Starke on Saturday, December 15.
T. Campbell, of this city. Thanksgiving holidays in Starke with ville. The transfer results from the afternoon an every-member canvass PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS' INSTITUTE and you will be expected to attend for '

her parents. seniority of Conductor Will Harvard, I I of the whole church will be made from TO MEET IN STARKE two reasons, if no more: First, if you
County Superintendent E.. R: Pop- who asked to be transferred to the 2 0'clock, to 4:30 o'clock. Every member know something that you think would
Pell motored to Brooklyn Tuesdya to Messrs. L. R. Gainey, Caleb Mott Wannee run. The order of transfer is .f/om the youngest to the oldest is I 9:00-Devotional Exercises-Dr.. W. make fellow teachers' work eas-
look after school matters in that sec- and G. M. Beville, well known citizensof effective December 1st. Mr. Marks' requested to be at home during these G. Law. ier or your more pleasant you should be

!, the Brooker section, were transacting family will continue, to reside in Starke hours. A committee will visit every 9:15-Standardization of Schools- loyal enough to come and offer them

tion.The business in- Starke Wednesday. for the present in order that their member in the afternoon to ascertain I Supt. E. R. Poppell and L. L. Black- same; second, if you do not know and

many friends of Mrs. J. M. son's studies may be continued at the the financial strength of the church for burn. you know that you do not, then you ;
Truby will regret to learn that she Mr. J. P. Robinson returned from High School. next year. A business meeting will be 9:45-What the Schools Should do should be earnestly anxious to come

is seriously ill at this time. Jacksonville' Sunday to spend the Conductor Harvard aid family will held at the church at 7 o'clock at for the Farmer Boy-C. D. Gunn. and try to learn from those who have +

Thanksgiving holidays in Starke with occupy the bungalow on Jefferson I night, and at the close of this meetingall I' 10:05-What the Schools Should do had more experience than you. Loy-

Our fine weave blue serge suits are homefolks. streetj-ecently erected by the Quigley will be requested to attend the revival for the Farmer Girl-Miss Burleigh. alty should be the watchword of the ,,: 1
now arriving for the Christmas trade.A. I at the church. This bus. !
Lumber and Supply Company. Baptist j 10.25-Music-B. D. Law. teacher, and just here I wish to say
D. Andrews Mercantile Co. Raiford Beautiful coats and coat suits at iness will few i
meeting only require a 10:40-How to Teach Reading- that the true teacher is always ready I
Fla.| Sternberg's.Newn minutes, and every member will be Miss Olive Ray and Prof. S. A. Dra- to make a sacrifice if necessary to attend .
I WANTS THE NEWS FROM HOME. I
expected to
per. these meetings. Those who are
Messrs. Ancil and George Wain- Wainwright came up Satur- attend.T.. L. Z. BARR, I 11:00-Address-Prof. Norman. loyal to the eudcational work in this I
wright, of the Heilbronn section, were day from Tampa, wkhere he is a stu- Private B. E. Dyal, a son of Mr. and Pastor. ;' 11:30-Business Meeting. county will always have preferencewith
in Starke attending to business mat- d dent in a business college, and is visiting Mrs. George E. Dyal, of Raiford, ? 12:00-Recess. I me when it comes time to recommend t
ters Tuesday. 'I' at the home of his parents, Mr. writes to have his name enrolled on I Program Committee-A. J. Griffis, teachers for another year. I

and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. the mailing list of the Telegraph. Private MRS. KNIGHT ENTERTAINS chairman; Mizelle Smith, S. S. Dowl- We hope to raise the standard in ,

Mrs. L. A. Yates and little son, of I Dyal volunteered soon after the METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ing. this county and we need the hearty
,= Tallahassee, are visiting her mother, The United Daughters of the Confederacy declaration of war and has been in the ---+ support of every teacher, and we ;
fJ: / 'Mrs. A. H. Freeman. I will meet 'next Wednesday service of the country ever since. He I most earnestly appeal to for
you your
o'clock the homeof Tuesday afternoon., from three to NEWSOM-REGISTER. J
afternoon
I at 3 at is at present attached to the base hospital -I presence on this occasion. _
.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murrhee, of Mrs. L. A. Davis. corps at Chattanooga, Tenn. His ;five, Mrs. D. E. Knight entertained the (Signed) E. R. POPPELL, '"
(
it.;;.: McCall, are visiting Mrs. Murrhee's I' address is Chattanooga, Tenn., care members of the Methodist Sunday There was a quiet, beautiful wed- Superintendent of Schools.
&Jt>, father, Mr.Jesse Thomas. I IS YOUR LIFE INSURED? of Base Hospital, Miiltary Branch. school, the occasion being the close ofa ding solemnized at the home of Mr: l.
'"" contest to secure new pupils for the '
Bob of
I Register, Middleburg, Sunday
Beautiful new hats for ladies and I represent the oldest companyin OLD CONFERENCE. school. There were two sides, each afternoon at 5 o'clock, when Mr. B. NEW nOOKS FOR OUR SCHOOL t ,
" children at "Stump's. America-The Mutual Life working to gain new pupils and the Eugene Newsome andIiss Pearl I LIBRARY. I.

I of New York. side that gained the largest numberwere Adell Register were united in holy ------ ;.
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:. Miss Myrtle Sheldrike, of Philadelphia The amusing play, "The Old Maids' treated by the losing side. matrimony by Rev. J. L. Strickland The teachers and pupils of the Brad

_ : has arrived in the city to spend:'+ Jos. E. Wilson, Starke, Florida. Conference" will be presented Thurs- !I The little people had. a gay time Maxville.. I ford County.High School are rejoicing 4
the winter with Mr. and Mrs. C. A.I!' dav. night: .. Dec. 13th- at Rowand's playing games, and all enjoyed listening Mr. Newsome is a highly respectedand over a very fine accession to the library -
It Rowand. Mrs.R. 0. Dennard and Mrs. Lillian Theatre. The characters are well rep- to the following program: accomplished young farmer of ampng the number there being
I Sherrod, of Green Cove Springs, were resented, and the play will certainly Piano Solo-Miss Lois Peek. Bradford county and- Miss Register!I I books to suit every pupil in school.
I.. Mrs. H. C. Richard went to Jacksonville the dinner guests of Mrs. D. E. Knight please all who attend. Every kind of Reading, "A Visit to the Dime Mu- was second to none among Clay couh- (j; Acctunpapying the books was a five
I( Tuesday to meet her)iusband, Saturday. They were the chaperonsof old maid will be on hand ahf each one seum."-Mrs. Barr.Instrumental ty's fair. daughters, for beauty, accomplishments I' shelf book case, with two librarian's

:,r- Lieutenant Richard, on his return the basket ball team from Green tries to out-do'her sisters. In the sale I Duet-Mrs. D. E. and is held in high esteem 'I record books. These books were pur-
home from Fort Oglethorpe. I Cove Springs. of old bachelors, you will more than Knight and Paul Knight. by all who know her. chased by'the local school trustees of
GJj get your.money's worth* Besides the Reading, "The Burglar" Miss Eu- Immediately after the ceremony a Starke. '

Bargains arrive each day"at Stump's I: Screen wire-we are offering enameled comical features of it, talent will also nice Ellis. sumptuous supper was spread for the 'I There are 225 volumes in this col- ',
'r- store. I screen wire at greatly reduced be displayed, as some of the best talent Song, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" young couple. \'After refreshments. lection, the titles being as follows: '

.- I I prices. Save by screening now. Quig- both musical and otherwise, of -Little Paul Knight. the young couple left for their home First grade books, Jingle Primer,

: Mr. E. M. Manning, assistant state ley Lumber & Supply Co. Starke, are taking part. Mr. and Mrs. Solo-Mrs. Knight. near Starke. Many good wishes fora Indian Primer, First Days in School,
agent of the corn and pig clubs for Demorest are among those in the play. At the close of the afternoon the long and happy life follow this Bow-wow and Mew-mew.

boys, spent Tuesday looking after the Starke has a carnival in town this Don't fail to see it. A complete list children were treated to punch and young couple. Second grade books, Big People and

work in the county with Mr. C. D. week, consisting of a merrygoroundand of characters will be in next' week's cake. : Little People of Other Lands, Stories

Gunn, demonstration agent. two or three stands, and the pat- issue of the Telegraph. About 40 GROOVERHOWARD.Mr. of' Great Americans for Little Americans ':,
names of old bachelors and maids will Fifty Famous Stories Retold, "
.
ronage it is receiving is in keeping STARKE GLEE CLUB MADE ITS
Miss May Blossom Williams, who with the size of the "attraction." be given. I Robinson Crusoe, Fairy Stories and ,:
has been spending the past few weeks Remember the date-December 13th FIRST APPEARANCE THURSDAYThe Briton Groover affd Miss Alice Fables. .-.-

here, left Saturday night for Virginia, Mr. Frank B. Lane came down from at 8 o'clock.Admission will be only Howard were quietly married in the | Third grade books, Life of Lee, Old ti

;./. where she goes to join a stock company Camp Wheeler to spend Thanksgivingwith 25 and 35 cents. pleasantly anticipated event of home of the bride's mother by :Rev. Stories From the East, Story of Uly- a
.. :. : his mother, Mrs H. C. Richard.Mr. the first appearance of the Starke George Larrimore, Sunday, Nov.:18th.{$ses, Aunt Martha's Corner Cupboard,

. I Lane was accompanied by Capt. STARKE BASKET BALL GIRLS Glee Club took place on the 22nd inst., The bride and bridegroom are two I j I Stories of Colonial Children, Old V :;

J'? Let Hollingsworth repair your shoes Farris, of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., who is TIE GREEN COVE SPRINGS at the high school auditorium, and the of the best known young people in Greek Stories, Stories Mother Nature t. '.

. -- Best workmanship, best material, rub- serving in the Quartermaster's Department large and enthusiastic audience pro- Bradford county and are beloved by.Told. Her Children, Land of Stories. .
-_ ber or leather. Opposite court house. at Camp Wheeler. I, Saturday afternoon the Starke High nounced it a success from beginningto all. Quite a number of relatives and : Fourth grade books, Ten Boys, Discoverers .'.
i 11232t. I School basketball girls played a hotly end. Their young voices rang out friends were present to witness the and Explorers, Stories of In.
\;!;:'' '. Nice line of boys'" suits at Stump's. contested game with the Green Cove I clear and true and their director, Mr. marriage and extend their congratu- dustry-two volumes, Stories of Bird z 1 '

,L: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dyal and their team, the final result ending in a tie. n. 0. Law, has every reason to be lations to them. Life, King and His Wonderful Castle 1,. .

: _{ attractive young daughter, of Jacksonville Mr. L. E, Jordan, who has been The game was a fast one from the gratified with the result of. his train- After the ceremony the happy cou- Life of Jackson, The Birds' Christmas f is

: f > were recent visitors at the connected with the Young Trading start, and many good plays were pull- ing.The ple came to the home of Mr. Groover's Carol. ; ':
i r' home of Mr. Dyal's father Mr. Elijay ,Company since its organization, has ed. The playing of Florence Mat- members of this club are Wilbur...parents, where there was a nice wed-' Above Fourth Grade-Graphic Dic- I11i ,

l Dyal. gone to Ckarwater, where he has thews: and Ella May Long guards for Scott, Gus Beasley, Albert Dubose, Jim ding supper prepared. It was a real::1,lionaries for Class Room use, Carpen- '
opened a feed and grain business. starke, and Merle Strode, forward for Kickliter Pitt Tomlinson, Allan Ca- wedding feast. Everyone present hada 'Pr's Geographical Readers, 90 voF- i ?

, I Mr.: W. N. Murdaugh came up from Since Mr. Jordan left Mrs. Young has Green Cove, were features, and Gladys .nova, Harold Wall, John Powell, Hol- splendid time. umes of Standard Classics, 12 volumes .' Vi I .
! ;. Bartow Sunday to visit his wife. Mr. been assisting Mr. Young in looking Gardiner made some wonderful ''lis Knight, Telfair Long, Charles We sincerely hope the newly wed- Great Americans of History,

f:'; .. Murdaugh is employed in a large sawmill after the business. throws to basket. The line-up was: Beasley, Raiford Epperson, Clifford C. ded couple will be blessed with a long Speakers, 6 volumes Natural History, 1
I.: near that city. Starke-Anna Canova, back forward Tatum Horace Wilson* Ralph Alvarez happy life, good health and happiness. 8 volumes Union Encyclopedia, 10 volumes \ 1
> / Misses Lois and Bessie Terry, mem- Gladys Gardiner, front forward; Em- Levy Alvarez, Rufus Tatum, Carr Col- *.- ,! English and American litera !! ''

l'- Sergeant William M. Wainwright, bers of the graduating class of 1917, ma Powell, jumping center; Martha ley and B. D. Law, director. NOTICE TO PENSIONERS. 1 '

who is stationed at Anniston, Ala., Bradford County High School, gave a Fripp,running center; Florence Mat- The orchestra is composed of the -"-- ture.What "

came home Thursday on a ten day Thanksgiving dinner party at their thews, back guard; Ella May Long, following members: B. D. Law, Albert For the convenience of pensionerswe is LAX-FOS 1 ; .'
r leave of absence from his army duties. home at Lawtey to their class mates. front guard. i Dubose, Mrs. B. V. Hess, Mrs. have secured the appointment of ,
___ Those enjoying this very delightful Green Cove-Doris Middleton, back Dozier Lundy, Misses Doris Law and Mr. T. H. Halligan, our cashier, as a IAX-FOS IS IMPROVED CASCARA u J :s:

\ Cedar Key oysters fresh every day. function were, Misses Eunice Robinson forward; Merle Strode, front forward; Anna Canova, Harry Canova, Hollis notary public. He will be glad to A Digestive Liquid Laxative Cathartic r !
Brymer's fish market, phone 109. Doris'Law, and Clara Moitt, of I Lois Barrington, jumping center; Sar- Knight, Clifford C. Tatum, Pitt Tom- take the acknowledgment to your and Blue Liver Tonic. Contains Rhubarb Cascara Bark ;1 "'
Flag Root Black
Root
linson Thomas vouchers, and are cordially invited -1
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Starke. and Limbaugh.The you
ah Rivers, running center; Janie Dar- Root,May Apple Root.SennaLeaves and '.
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Sergeant Rodney P. Turner; who is I I by, back guard; Winifred Hendrix, following delightful programwas to call and make use of his ser- Pepsin. Combines strength with1 palatable V ..
Sale girls' little hatsaa ,
'.. stationed at Camp Wheeler, Ga., was on and girls' front guard. rendered: vices. BANK OF STARKE. arom2tictaste. Docs not: grip 50c
in town this week in a' visit to his j' Stump's., ., March, Beyer. '.. 1 ;
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Turner. !I I I\ Overture, Bowman. --
Mr. and A'rs. !. M. lvarez wife a METHODIST BAZAAR.The t. ;j .
Orchestra.
I I party of v -rug people motored ta: -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard had as High School Hymns, Adapted from
Ocala yesterday to see the sights ati 1
i church
guests for Thanksgiving Mr. James j the Malion Fair. Besides the ladies of the Methodist the Portugese.
County
Darby and of Jacksonville. i I will hold their annual bazaar on the Speed Away, Woodbury-Glee Club. General Insurance
family,
host included
and hostess the party :
I'I Misses Kathleen Aileen afternoon of December 7th. All kindsof Serenade, Selected. ,- t j ji i
nad Alvarez
': Miss Ella-May Long is spending the I Cl Mitchell, Florence Matthews and fancy work, some ready made gar- "Smile a Little Bit" (Ruebush...
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ments and eatables will be on sale. W. Law Canova B. D. Law and
Thanksgiving holidays in Gainesville G. Joe ,
Mr. Harold Wall. :Not the least .
pleas-
where she is a guest of Miss Ada I urable, feature of the day's outing was Open promptly at 2 o'clock, at the Luther Powell. JOS. E. WILSON i
Futch building.
Hiers. I .
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I the Quartette.Imitation
sumptuous basket Thanksgivingdinner
prepared by Mrs. Alvarez for of a Bagpipe.Grandfather's i: SUCCESSOR TO V -J J.H. ji
I UPPER. Club.
Seventy-five squares slightly used her guest'k.I Ducks-Glee
i C. RICHARD
galvanized iron roofing at less than Tres Jolie WaltzesOrchestra.Solo i J

one-half price while it lasts.. Quigley I Piles Cared In o to 14 Days The ladies of the Methodist church Pianoforte-Miss Anna Canova. -

: Lumber Co. ,- Vorr druggist will refund money U PAZO t will serve a chicken pilau supper in Il Starke Florida. !
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I OINTMENT BlindBterdmit falls Protruding to err* inyctte Piles in of 6tol4liys.Itching the Futch building Friday, December7th ( Polly Wollie Doodle? J I. '
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''p 9 a sJ990 000.0 ''NEBO' SECTION OF COUNTY to graze, until the range is becomingtoo GOOD BLOOD AND FEED. I tract, and bake as a pudding. Use ; TRESPASS SIGNS ,
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e RAPIDLY. COMING TO FRONTBy crowded, and the farmers are be- sweet potatoes as a flour and sugar '
to fence in their wild ]lands I saver in cookies, muffins and crullers. ..-i1'
a e COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS 4 ginning We often hear the remark that if I Just off the
: e for the sake of self-protection. could raise such a cow or horse or I By using raisins, dried figs and currants Trespassing," press and a new lot of ::
900000000000 00i ( H. E. Lagergren.) While there are probably others : hog, I would certainly go into the less sugar is needed. Dried fruit den" placards. "Hunting FO bid
r. A representative of the Telegraph whose progress may serve as examples 'I livestock business; but I do not know I usually has a high sugar content so cardboard Call Large t T leggy' >--r-:
i Bay County-Several large farms recently visited the famous Nebo sec- of how well-directed and earnest I how to raise them. And John M. Scottof that when cooked and served with the flee, Starke. at the ot_ '
) were opened in this county the first tion, in the northwestern portion of work will bring its reward here, we the University of Florida experiment breakfast cereal the use of usgar is .

1 of the month. Bradford county, and will, for the benefit mention the case of H. M. Douglass.He station; who hears such remarks, unnecessary. Florida syrup can be ........:..'ftt. .. ,
of the readers of this paper, give is a modest man and we hesitateto is not sure the speaker knows what used as a sugar saver, too, and is .
, Baker County.-Many hogs are be- his impressions. The Nebo section is bring him into print, but during a 'lie is talking about. "For," he says, available to most everyone.By H ; -
ing lost in this county by reason of the one of the richest in the county. It is trip to the Nebo section his farm was pood blood and good feed are the using a little.ingenuity in em- ;'H -
s' cholera plague. exceedingly picturesque, especially at the only one the writer had an opportunity chief essentials in producing good live ploying these various substitutes, a .-
i this time of the year, when Autumnhas to inspect, and this must be our stock" Of course, the farmer must family may go on having plenty of I A -

, r 1 Duval County.The corn and velvet put a new coloring on every grow- excuse. Mr. DQuglass started "fromthe'stump" have: Knowledge of the business, and food served in the styles to which '
i bean in Duval this year is the ing object. The perennial water courses fifteen yonrs ago. He was some capital and a certain amount of they are accustomed and yet be pa- i R "
best in crop the history of the county. of the valleys are fringed with hard not only penniless, out ill health of triotic. For by preparing foods in ': 'I':
wood trees of many kinds, the leavesof himself and family put him in debt grit."But so many farmers are of the this way a saving is being made of :1:
which now bear all the colors of the several hundred dolla:'s. But he employed opinion there is some great secret that the very thing asked by the food com HARDWAREW
Walton County.-A special effort is spectrum, and the ever present pines great enerp; and forethoughtto must be known in order to be success- mission, and Florida products that cannot '
being made to bring some of the Texas mingle their green tops and ruddy such good purpose that in a few ful in raising prize winning livestock," be shipped easily may be utilized fi.t
breeding stock into this county. stems with the other colors to advan- years he was "out of the woods," had says Mr. Scott. "If there is, the sec- within the state.More W I

farmers are interested. tage, for nature never departs from paid his debts, was able to buy more ret is knowing how to select good -. "t :I
harmony. The hills are, as a rule, occupied land and get some stock. He has rear- breeding stock so as to produce the than 1,500 cattle -
Gadsden County.-Five boys reported by fields, now dressed in sober ed a large family, owns 160 acres of desired animals; and to feed so as to in one dipping vat in Volusia were flipped : ; :
contest. brown and here and therea land, of which most is well fenced, and county.
: for the annual corn club and gray, develop the animal into the best pos Throughout the entire
county
They had made an average yield of home is smiling from behind venerable about 100 acres under cultivation. He sible individual. Hence, the great secret than 2,000 were dipped. Since more I
their of shade owns three horses, a herd of fine cat dippingwas R
50.5 bushels with acres corn. trees. is good blood and good feed. begun there is said to be II
a big
.Th s section was settled very early tle, hogs, turkeys, geese, ducks and Mr. Scott also believes the greatest improvement in the appearance of the I

Volusia Coilnty.Farmers are awak on account of the productive soil, and chickens without number. He also drawback in the production of good I cattle, and those who at first were opposed E
. ,. ening to the necessity of having their some of the settlers were slave owners raises bees and gets about 200 poundsof livestock is lack of feed. "There is to dipping are now heartily in 1 1J
: t hogs vaccinated against cholera. Much who could find large bodies of honey comb every year. lie kills no greater waste of high-priced feed favor of it. J
.- i along this line has been done in the land not divided by swamps, as in the two hogs every month, and his tableis than the feeding of it to scrub stock," DeWitt C. Jones ;
. :. last few weeks. eastern portion of the county. The always bountifully supplied with he says. "The scrub animal will eat
: l'; l' first settlers and their descendants fresh pork. If anyone comes to his as much feed as the good animal will Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- Starke
continually increased their holdings, place to'buy provisions he can always eat but will not bring as much on the erybody. Advertise! Florida
a. ;.. y,' Wakulla County.-$28 in cash and until now the fields are very extensiveand supply the buyer. His good wife is market as the good animal." --- :.
: $50 in premiums were distributedamong an excellent cook and housekeeper and ---- "
close together. The names of Many good beef cattle are being
'_ j -r-;; the boys in the annual corn Croft, Douglass, Blackwelder, Kerce, cans tomatoes and other vegetablesfor I offered on the Texas markets at prices
and club contests this year. Ev the table while these cannot be I
r' pig
heard oftener than which
Keen, Nettles, are put them in reach of Florida -
.: '. ery boy received something. any others, as being the land owners gathered fresh. Milk and butter are i farmers. These cattle have the Favorite
in this section. In most of the fields always on the table, as well as eggs. advantage of several years of good Fertilizers
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Taylor County.-A county live stock the stumps are all decayed, and the It is quite an achievement to convert breeding which puts them about fif I
i association with sixteen members was stumps remaining in the others could the wilderness into such a pros teen years in advance of the Florida II I

o, ;, It. organized for the purpose of buying easily be eradicated. Therefore, when perous farm in a comparatively short native stock. With this point in mind, ,+
and selling live stock co-operatively, the farmers learn to get out of thee time, under grave handicaps, but it i is stockmen in this state can afford .to are BEST for -

:'. t s and of improving the live stock in th ruts, which they still insist on stayingin easy to see that Mr. Douglass uses buy such cattle, if well selected, at prices COTTON CORN
" county. they will use labor-saving machin- methods and brains in his work. His coming nearer the market price SUGAR CANE, ,

.F ',' 'c ery, for there is nothing to prevent premises are neat as those of the State than for those of inferior breeding.But and SWEET POTATOES
f' x St. Johns County.-There are at any machine that is drawn along the Farm-which is saying a great deal. remember, it is useless to load
:' .; i least one hundred acres of fall plant ground, from being used. Hundredsof Though he is a generous man, he allows up with such cattle from Texas, or You want the Best of course. There are Speical t
Ii ed Irish potatoes in the county. They acres of grass, beggar weed and no waste, and appreciates the .any other state, if feed for the stockis
Formulas
;l t, ";: ;' look very promising, and if early frost other growth, that sprang up after fact that a farm is the only place not available. Good blood and good I to meet your needs. Write for full information '

I .- E: do not damage them, a good crop will the crops were laid by, as well as cot where there need be no waste at all. feed and good judgment are the prime about fertilizer for any crop. '
t be harvested. ton and corn stalks, are seen on every Any refuse that cannot be, used for essentials in the cattle business":
! I' hand; but they will not be plowed before feed of stock is put on the compose I -.- I
next spring/'whereas were heavy pile. He raises his own draft animals INDEPENDENTFERTILIZER
1: '; 1 >' Holmes County.-At the annual club mules or tractors and gang plowsused and saves nearly all the manure neces MORE POTATOES; LESS SUGAR. .

contest, twenty-six of the fifty-four the growth could be buried now, sary to fertilize his farm lands. He COMPANY
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corn club boys reported. The high and would rot and make plant food also saves all the forage he can, but I
II Even if is L
bushels with sugar scarce, and flour i is JACKSONVILLE FLA.
est yield was eighty for the seed sown in the spring. The has not hitherto had the necessary im ,
high priced, the conservative house- I l
number the fifty bushel
quite a around plements for .
soil here is 'so mellow and deep that gathering hay: However wife /li I
el mark. The general average was may bake her usual Sunday cakeif I
next
comparatively little would be season will see him well
power supplied
i r she will include sweet potatoes
( bushels. as
above
f forty
o. necessary, and the groundless fear of in this respect. He already has one of the ingredients in the recipe. r f
r ----- plowing too deep should be cast aside many labor-saving implements, and Perhaps she. has never of i
thought
F r, Dade County.-The acreage of tomatoes as obsolete. It is also a sad thing to these are carefully housed and will sweet using I! I
, '_ ; t in Dade county this year will see so much grass and beggar weed last until they wear out. Mr. Doug potatoes as a sugar substitute
although she has
j ; be 9,000. If labor conditions improve, left to.rot or to be burned in the fields, l lass-is a thinking farmer and a very I to using them in grown an effort accustomed to SEED POTATOES t
" 4 an additional 3,000 acres will be put when by the use of mowing machines, intelligent man; this year's proceeds save flour. Now she be )
::1,' i in. % The product from one 165 acre hay rakes and hay presses they couldbe have put him on his feet and we may l conserving. may doubly I Il
,. avocado grove has been marketed made into nutritious feed for the expect to see him put into practice
Here
f. I prices ranging from $2. to $5 a dozen. fattening of stock during the winter. many plans which lack of means have tried and is a is cake recommended recipe that has by Miss been l Maine Grown Selected Seed (
Yet it is not old-fogyism altogetherthat prevented him from bringing aboutsooner. .
Agnes Ellen Harris of the !
t. St. Johns County. The largest yield responsible for this waste; i in He is well satisfied with his. of Florida extension division University: SPAULDING'S 'NO. 4 ROSE, EARLY RED BUSS f
many cases it has been inability to farm and does not care to sell out.
of in the made by One-half
corn county was reason cup shortening. TRIUMPH IRISH COBBLERS. '
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,. .' : of good seed, planting below cult i if' i- procure the implements. But this can This splendid country is handicapped One-half cup sugar. t

i vation. This method produced twiceas no longer be a valid excuse, for this through lack of hard-surfaced! One cup cooked and mashed sweet We. are now ready to receive contracts for November i t
much corn as plots of ground year all the farmers in the Nebo section roads. The long stretches of deep potatoes.One ,1
equally good, but handled in the old l have made money, and if they sand that vehicles must wade throughin I egg. I December and January delivery. .

1; way.. should not have ready means at hand, order to reach it, makes it some Two cups flour. Write for prices stating quantity and varieties
want.ed.
: they, with few exceptions, have credit, what inaccessible. This drawback i is Two teaspoons fi
i ..! 1 ; and they are sorry business men i ifthey detrimental to many in this county. One cup liquid.Cinnamon .baking powder. Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality MAINE
1 r Clay County.-The farmers are busy not borrow for the The
'j t; oc money pus produce the farmers raise cannot 1 1
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; ; gathering: corn and sweet potatoes, chase of modern implements, which profitably be hauled to market, where ed. raisins and nuts if desir I GROWN selected seed. if.

lit-: and making syrup. The cane crop is would help them to make so muchnlGre. by both farmers and the general public There I r ,
if'. r : fine and much syrup will be made. money. The banks are both able suffer. If the merchants of the half you' see, is a saving of one I We are familiar with the condition in Florida and our teed stock if select ;, ; '
f Most of the corn gathered for seed and willing to help the farmers to county would awake from their lethargy cup ef sugar, and often a cup I : ed. You should plant Maine grown seed for best results. ; ,
and half. ;
?! will weevils. a Then, too, at ]least a half I Write for
Farmers
be treated against
procure anything that will enable) and use their great influence i in descriptive seed catalogue
of flour
\ i. are also pulling up and'are burning them to better their circumstances. bringing about the bonding for better cup cake andbe is saved. You can eat a
-: cotton stalks, and planting the Not a few farmers' here talk about roads, they would help themselves your patriotic, too. I
a Now
Swell
l',I, land to oats and rye. .. selling out and moving away on ac as others, for they would pet applied this to other method articles of saving of food.can!Makepies be I E. A. ,MARTIN SEED CO. j
count of the of more trade. :Much of the ;
; ) j> scarcity help and the trade of the of sweet potatoes instead of ;;
Bradford County.-Sweet potatoes cotton boll weevil. This is a shortsighted Nebo section now goes to Columbia pumpkin and less sugar will be required I Corner Newnan and Bay Jacksonville. Fla. .
':' \ began moving out of the county the policy. The labor questioncan county, and other parts of Bradford Or make a filling as for the ,
': last week in October at $1 a bushel I to be settled by means of laborsaving I county often find it more convenientto pumpkin pies, using sweet potatoes Oldest Established and Largest Seed House in the State ,'---S
p r, the farmers.The acreage is unusually implements and curtailment of trade' at points outside the county instead, add a few drops of lemon ex -.t 1
large but the production per acre area, and the boll weevil is only a than in it. Our merchants seem to -. "!
temporary drawback. Provide have lost sight of the fact that the -
y was reduced by the late summer rains. means -- '. ,
i a Experienced buyers and shippers do for the rearing and fattening of plenty western portion of this county is the Ii
not believe the prices will hit.the old of stock, for selling beef and pork richest, or they would exert themselves ,
levels this year. now is more profitable; than cotton to do something to win more ,
growing, even at its best. Besides-the trade from that section. It is a country -
1 stock help to keep up the fertility of that it will pay to develop, and the I .
Holmes County.-Texas cattle that the soil, which is quite an object now first and best means to this end is We Want You
were brought into this county are doing when artificial manures can harll be hard-surfaced roads. t

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brought in and more will arrive as be obtained. The oran who sells his
: soon as the buyers find what they want farm to enter other occupations will SALT FOR HOGS.

Farmers are looking forward to selling ever be at a disadvantage and is apt f
their velvet beans in Pennsylvaniaat to go from better to worse, and when The As a Depositor '
$20 to $22 a ton, f, o. b. This county he begins to realize his mistake he i is thought occurred to Rev. W. M.
Bush
has made some advance in the matter not able to regain what he thoughtlessly a short time since that a little f
of curing and in storing sweet salt would prove beneficial to his hogs,
po parted with, as the old homestead -
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tatoes. Five houses with combined of which he has'a very fine bunch. He
a will be owned wise
by some speculator in This
j capacity of 50,000 bushels are in o p- who knows a good things when accordingly brought a sixty pound Bank ;
eration. he sees it. lump of rock salt and placed it in the .
pasture where they could have free
I \ The land is wavy and well drained. I access to it. The swine soon found out .. ? ..
: t COTTON REPORT. The -"bottoms" along Swift Creek and I what it was and clustered around the You will be in good company for several ; tt
'f its many tributaries have rich alluvialsoil 'salt as eagerly as they would around Y:
t There were 5,057 bales of cotton ginned often strewn with small boulders. a feed trough. Within three days he hundred of the of v
this
v in Bradford county, from the crop These boulders contain lime, which is could see an improvement in his hogs, people county bank
i -.. of 1917, prior to November 14, 1917, given out to the soil, causing buried the entire bunch taking on a more vig F is
I ;'t'r as compared with 3,735 bales ginned vesetation to decay quickly and furnishes orous, healthy appearance. Mr. Bush with us. Make the start today.
prior to November 14, 1916. the right quota of lime demanded now believes that a liberal supply of I ti i I'
; : N. D. WAINWRIGHT, by the pinder crops, which are unsurpassed salt administered to swine herds will I I II
here. All| crops suitable to I go far toward eliminating worms and
"' Special Agent.PLANT this latitude grow here to perfection, preventing serious outbreaks of chol] I"
4t x t as well as such fruit and nut trees as era. The suggestion ie at least worth Deposits $112,000. Resources J = '
PECAN TREES.I need $130,000 .
,. a deep, warm, well drained soil. a trial.-Slocomb Observer. B
e I The tomato plant, which needs a limy H
: H have made arrangements with a soil if do its best, bears fruit here >:**. rt
; reliable nurseryman to buy of him the until frost. When the crops are laid MARKETING HOGS '.1. \

best varieties of Florida grown budded by beggar weed and crabgrass another d beats burying them. Seve Hoover, of ln t
I f pecan trees at the following prices grasses, that make good greenfeed ML Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Com 8:
'I to-wit: Trees to 5 feet high, 50 and hay, spring up. Much of the menced feeding my herd of about 100 Bank of StarkeJ <
.. cents; 5 to 7 feet high, 60 cents; 7 to wild land is hammock, and all of it i is hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over Lh;
9 feet high, 75 cents. covered with a variety of grasses and two months ago. Fifty were sick and b
,. Anyone wanting trees please let me herbs, and when to this is added the off feed. Nearby herds had cholera.I f
5 know the number and variety of trees never failing water, it is evident th I did not lose one-they are well and THE BANK OF HELPFUL SER VICE Y V tlft

r wanted as once, as the supply is limit it is unsurpassed as a stock range. The growing fast.-For sale by D. C. ftC
eeL Trees can be planted from now cattle are in good condition and the Jones, Starke. Nov. 2-9-16-23-30. l Cf
s until March 1st. hogs are so abundant that it is plain State, County and City Depository 'hi
the farmers have of d ,
plenty pork'an
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, bacon the year round. But there is Ib QottM Hut Does i noifttet flat! Held I I
1130tf. Starke, Fla. much complaint because Because of iu tonic and laxative effect.LAXATIVE E. S. MATTHEWS tt
non-resident
BKOMO QUININE is better than ordinary TWenTED H. J<
---- cattle owners, attracted by the excel Quinine and doc not cause netvoainess nor HALLIGAN, Cashier
TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE. lent ringing in bead. Remember the lull name and I
pasturage, drive their
cattle here
? tout for the nznatore ol E. W. GROVE. 30c. -4 !hz

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1917.
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- r -- ,- ---I Jeanri?Christophe! of her !" American + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
'.j'; -- .. friends( "Bint over film he raised himself and"robbed": "Hello Guy the Delighted : wanted to do what he could to help his -
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But he could only mutter a few disconnected were playing poker under the shelterof The captain readily gave his assent

" words. a bombproof hut that they had constructed the front, after all? DIdp't I say "I'm through with war," Charlie FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP 1. '

:t "The English spy? Where did he by digging into a side of the you would?" Brown said as he shook hands with House I am of a Representatives candidate for and membership hereby announce in the ,

! Under i go?" Von Brenlg asked hi.-'. ditch. Dirty, unshaven, begrimed, "Yes! I came over with the first Montague.! "I'm off to London. I'll my candidacy in Group in the coming pri
batch-bribed the recruiting sergeant! I feel that 1
mary. know the needs of our
By a mighty effort Streetman man- they were nevertheless enjoying to And here I am! But what are see his mother there, and that kid girlof county and Btate in a legislative wmjr and hain ,-
I aged to answer him. the full their well-earned respite. And his-and then go to New York, gbeen chief clerk of the House for the session
"Tourviller he said. the flickering light of the candle,which you doing at the front? where there's no war, thank God! And of 1917. I am familiar with the proceedings -
Charlie explained how he had fallen of said body. I solicit the support of all
Fire The Germans lost no time in callIng stood upon their rude table revealedno you know, Cap, when I'm home, sitting demoeratie voters and, if elected, promise

out the guard. They did not in- fear upon the face of any of them. Into the hands of the Germans, how at my desk, looking down over faithful and efficient services. R. A. GREEN. .
... they had set him free and started hint _ _ _ '* .,
i tend to let their quarry escape. And At either end of the trench two men Broadway where war only means some t'

Bu RICHARD PARKER they at once rushed out of the Inn stood guard, while close at hand a toward Brussels. But his rebellions more headlines on the front page about + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -
nature had revolted and having hid' + LEGAL NOTICED 4
;
U and hurried down the street periscope lay upon a makeshift bench, somQ unpronounceable places, and you :
\\f,'> U UJ(' Finding himself alone in the room ready for instant use in case the den by day and traveled by night, he turn over the paper to see how stocks t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 't .J
had made for the where
straight place
Captain Redmond picked up the tele- watchers should detect any unusual closed, or who won the gamewhenI'm Notice for Publication.U. .
\. be understood the British to be in-
BtSldMtltfdlUUOfROI phone -the instrument that Ethel had and suspicious movements in front of trenched.Mr. back there and the war stuff S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., a

tried so unsuccessfully to use. them. Out there beneath the stars the comes over the wire, I'll be thinking of Nov. 16, 1917.
COOPER HEGRUB first outpost of the bad already : Brown bad scarcely finished his fellows here under fire and Ii .1'
"Hello, hello This Is Courvolslerr enemy you over Notice is hereby given that Thomas 'I.'S'

be said to the person who immediately dug itself in. And in testimony of brief recital when there followed an I'll be wishing you luck, old man, the K. Postell, who on September 14, 1912, 1: :.

Aothoi of"C to Cover ud co-tolhet answered him in French. "They're their alertness the Germans continually ominous whistle, which seemed to best of luck!" made homestead entry, No. 010954, for 1- :;

cUPEItOMvSZt1OIu'" marching by the left fork, at mid- played a searchlight upon the come from ovet' his head. Off in the The captain thanked him; and they southeast quarter of northeast quarter -

night He dropped the telephone British position. That prying shaft of distance there was a flash and an ex said good-by. section 2, township 6 S., range 23 '

then. And he glanced at Streetman, light was never still. Now It swept ploslon. Charlie lingered for one last look E., Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no- '

: who lay finite still. "Trench 2T eh?" the top of Trench 27, now flltkered "What's that?' the American asked. at the wounded Guy."I tice of intention to make three-year _, !

--e. S Larry said reflectively. Already he upon a tree close by, and then "Oh, Just one of our shells traveling" hope you pull through, old boyrbe proof, to establish claim to the land .'

searched the intervening ground be- somewhere to our friends, the enemy, said; he knew, though, that Guy above described, before clerk circuit o r .."I

Tour hands np this timer! Street- tween the-two lines in an effort to detect the captain informed him. could not hear him. "Do what you can court, at Starke Florida, on the 4th .

man snapped the moment Captain Red some venturesome observer.To "That will probably start their evening for him, won't you?" he"asked the cap- day of January, 1918. ,"
Inside the public room "
mond stepped the four privates In the bombproof song, Guy remarked. tain. "I know his mother. This Claimant claims as witnesses: .j

of the Lion d'Or. shelter there came a momentary "They needn't hurry on my account -I whole business Is hell, isn't It?" John Conway, of Middleburg, Fla. _

: Larry obeyed with lightning alac- Interruption, in the shape of a lieu- ." Charlie said. Ed. Manning, of Middleburg, Slat
And he gazed at Streetman open- For a few minutes they stood there, -
rity. James Sweat of
tenant, who sauntered into their Middleburg, Fla. j .""
mouthed. :: trench from the left This youthful discussing the war. (Concluded Next Week.) Mack Wilson, of Waller, Fla. -4
did get loose? "What's It for?" the
"How the devil you officer, whom they had already voted"a newspaper man ROBT. W. DAVIS, .-
asked. "There's individual hatredno i
he asked. no
bit of all-right, observed them Registrar. .
' "You are going to die, my friend pleasantly.!' great soul-stirring emotional ,

the other said. Tie was in no mood "Hello, boys! he said. crisis behind it all. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. .j

: for footless explanations. Essentials "But England was forced Into It," Thirty daji after date hereof. I will applyto
They sprang up and saluted, murmuring the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county judge of !
: were all that Interested him at the moment "Good evening, sin""how's Captain Montague interposed."And Bradford county, Florida for an order to sell
I dare say France and Russia at private sale a two-thirds interest, came being J -
the game?" the lieutenant III Women I I I IHere the entire interest of Clyde PitU and .
: "Well go ahead, and hurry!" Larry Inquired. and Austria all feel they were forced Maolis PitU, minors in the following described ...! ,

said somewhat bitterly. It was hardto into it, too," Charlie replied. 'That's land situate in Bradford county Florida I ,
! "Henry, there, is winning all our
when he had come so near to the whole trouble. Each nation believes is a message to to-wit: J.
lose, cigarettes." one of the men said. The West half of lot 2 of the Northwest ...
., winning the game. "'Tis not so pleas- honestly that It's in the right, suffering women, from Quarter of Section 5, Township 6. South Range .
The officer smiled. And then
ant standIn' here waitin' for death as rJi 'c4 ? young and in some way I suppose each of Mrs. W. T. Price of 21 East containing 41 63.100 acres. .
drawing a pencil and a postcard from Public, Ky.: "I suffered A VIE SMITH. f.
them is. I don't know-I'm
. think he told Streetman.But .
seem to 11-9-St. Guardian for Said Minors.
you his pocket, he seated himself and pro- with painful. .. -J
his enemy was not yet ready. II/c ig .qfl4Ilu not a big enough man to attempt to' ,
/ ceeded to write a note to a young abe writes. "I got down :
And what good is It all?" NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE.
- die soldier say. 'j
"No, you shall not as a with a weakness In my
woman in London. For Guy Falconer
after date
Thirty days hereof on to-wit: the
but as a spy," he threatened. "I could i had consistently kept his promise to "It U that militarism shall cease- tack and limbs. ..! 1st day of December A. D. 1917. I will apply "';, ,

; have shot you as you came in that that never again can there be anotherwar felt helpless and dis. to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner, County -'
I write Georgy every day. like this," the English captain couraged. had about Judge of Bradford County Florida for an order '
I wanted to give a : "
but you
'door, 1- I The privates promptly resumed their given up hopes of ever to sell at private sale the one-tenth undi- ;:
told him.
: -
vided interest of Fradonia Rollins minor heir -
chance. ;
h' poker game."I being well again, when of John H. Prescott, deceased, in and to the .'
"This la a hell of a' chancer' Lam raise It one cigarette," one of As they talked, a doctor, accompanied a friend Insisted I following described lands situated in Bradford -.I)
stretcher bearers '
by two entered
.retorted."At County. Florida, to-wit: 4
: will them said. And again Cuy smiled. the trench, and, finding that TakeCARDUI Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter and "
Information
least your He was glad that his boys were enJoying West half of Southeast Quarter of Southeast
need their servicesin
: never reach the English," Streetman there was no for Quarter of Section Twenty-three (2S) Town Ii
for themselves.So that quarter, they passed on.That's ship Seven (7) Range Twenty (20) Eaat. containing ,
him. "I have sent a mote -
Informed engrossed did Lieutenant Falconer the Red Cross," Captain in all Sixty (601 acres more or less. .
and I shall find the lady of TonrTille. This October :31, 1917.
become in his note to his lady the ,
4 Montague explained, noticing jour- C. J. ROLLINS.
And die I want to
as you you
love that he did not notice when his nalist's interest In the trio. Followingclose 11-2-Ct; Guardian.
take with you the thought that not :
captain appeared, in the company of upon his words came another of >i
only has that lady- Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All '
a civilian. Captain Montague paused those! sinister whistles. if
What taunt lay upon the fellow's lips and turned to his persons indebted to the estate ,
He Gave One Groan and Toppled For guest. "That's one of their shells! the
knew. For the moment of Carter Newsom late of Bradford .'. -
Larrr never ward. .Now, Mr. Brown," he said, "you'rein captain continued, meaning the Ger- The Woman's TonicI ,
Captain Redmond., forgot his own danger county, Florida, deceased are requested ,
the first line of the English trenches -
as be caught sight of a small, was altering his plans to suit the requirements mans. to pay their said debts forthwith, ,
-Trench 27-and I may say you'rethe At the Information Mr. Brown began CarduL In
light figure that crept up behind Street- of the occasion. Then his I only American correspondent who promptly ducked and huddled down a short while I saw a and all persons having claims against ."

man. It was Jeanne Christophe-but hand traveled swiftly to his revolver marked difference... the said estate are requested to pre :
has bad this experience. the bench under the overhang of
not the quaint little Jeanne whom butt as a German soldier-chauffeur upon I grew stronger right sent them, duly authenticated, within ,
Charlie ,Brown looked about with! the trench. .
Charlie Brown had known. Pale, in- threw open the door and saluted. along, and it cured me. one year from this date, or they will ,
interest. "You needn't duck old man! It
tense, silent she stole up to Street- "What is it?" Larry asked. undisguised I am stouter than I a be forever barred.
"And I rather butted in," he re wouldn't do you any good, the elder have been in "
years.
man like some avenging fate. In her "An officer here ordered an auto- October 12, 1917.

band gleamed a long knife. And it mobile. For whom Is it?" marked. officer remarked. "Anyway, that If you suffer you can N. D. WAINWRIGHT, ."

was already raised when Larry gavea "Ah, yes-It is for me," Captain "Well, as long as you stumbled inside shell was on "its way toward one of appreciate what It Administrator of the Estate of Car- 1
to be strong and
well"see our batteries, he added, pointing to means
smothered shout Redmond said. lIe remembered then our lines, you might as well Thousands of women ter Newsom, deceased. 10-12-8t. '
. ,
"Loot out Streetman! Look out behind that Streetman had sent for a car, something, if you give me your word their rear. give! Cardul the -

; you!" he called. with the intention of following Ethel. not to write anything." "Well, now they've started, any I credit for their good BILL FOR FORECLOSURE.
saId."Sometimes In Cireuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of
how, Guy 1
: But Ilenry" Streetma'n only. smiled "To Tourville the driver inquired, "That's a nice thing to say to a fire health. It should help Florida, Bradford County. :]
they only one or
complacently. as they both turned toward the door. newspaper man," Charlie retorted. you. Try CarduL At all James II. Millican
; two shots-and then again they go on
.. "Oh, that Is an old trick!" he an- "No! To the British lines!" the "But I have your" word? nil night," his senior officer explained. druggists. E-73 F. E. Phillips vs: W. F. Phillips his *

twered. "I do not take my eyes from Irishman answered. lie sprang into "I s'pose so! It cost Mr. Brown wife, and \\. A. Mays. .

. the car. And the driver promptly engaged some effort to promise that lIe saw Stepping to the field telephone, Bill for Foreclosure. i\
you.
which rang insistently, Captain Montague __ Notice to Appear.
: Something stayed Jeanne's hand his clutch. "Drive like hell!" the makings of a bully scoop before The State of Florida to F. E. Phillip and
from the
even as It lingered in the air. Perhaps Captain .Redmond cried. him. And he hated to forego such n received a message W. E. Phillips his wife. Greeting:
battery posted some distance behind. It having been shown by affidavit that the I
the quailed at the thought of what The chauffeur proceeded to follow wonderful opportunity."The .
: When Guy Falconer learned.that some defendants F. E. Phillip and W. E. Phillip, Ii
't the was about to do. Perhaps it was those instructions so far as his limi- closer you are to the front. the his wife, are non-retidenU of the State of
light bombs were to be let off, he Florida and that the residence of said defendants '
less!" know of what's happening, \.2
; that she paused to gloat over her vie- tations would allow him. With muffler you
: \ is other than
unknown
: begged the captain to let him climb 0: CHURCH DIRECTORY. 4 they are [
;tIm wide open, they went tearing up the Captain" Montague resumed "excep'oa 4 residents of the United States of America and J4 1.

f; "My God, girl! What are you doIng road. you: owe very small square of avery the tree that rose near one end of the there is no person in the State of Florida the t. .
,... > BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, : No-not like that! Give himaT 'And back there In the Lion d'Or large checkerboard. But, trench, In order that he might try to 4> pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
technically, you are under fire." get the range of the German gun 3> Sunday morning service 11:00 ? age of twenty-one years. .
;. : little ,
dancer: Larry begged her. But Streetman struggled to rise. Failing It is therefore ordered considered and ad-
"Am I?" Mr. Brown was surprisedat The captain did not like the idea. 4, o'clock Sunday evening service, fif
: Jeanne did not seem to hear him. that, he endeavored to drag himself ; juditeil that the said defendants F. E. I'lulkps ;
said to that. "Somehow, I don't feel anydifferent" He had been cautioned not to expose 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday even- <* and W. E. l'hil1'ps. his wife. do ai',Mar tu the .'-
"Very dramatic! Streetman to the door. But he was 11\1, equal ,.
G Complainant's Kill of Complaint l "'iir cm or '
4 a
ing 6:45 Wednesday evening (
his and his officers ,
said.
''i with a contemptuous curl of his lip. the ordeal. lIe could only I murmur he men- especially ; $ before the 7th lay of January.. D. 191'I. in 'i
.
service o'clock.
And he warned Guy prayer 7 Everybody ilt fault whereof decree eonfesw wi.l be ..4
"You would if stuck head unnecessarily. a jim {
; \ He was positive that Larry was sham "Stop him! Stop him! In a weak you your cordially invited to attend. that trench and they happenedto that he might; get picked off by a German -
ming.'r voice. And since t! ere was none to over $ E. Phillips his wife.It .

( And then Jeanne Christophe struck. hear him, he soon ceased his frantic see it," the captain told him grimly. sniper. 4 <$> id further ordered that this notice be published ,.: C

]' With all her strength she sheathed the efforts and lay quietly in the middle "Well-believe me, I'm not goingto "Not a chance!" Guy protested. o EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer $ newspaper in the published Bradford at County Starke. Telegraph in Bradford a '

... knife in Streetman's back. of the floor. ," said Charlie. "Aren't they unusually "Please! It would be ripping reallyto 4' priest in charge. Sunday school,
." He gave one groan and toppled forward quiet tonight do something." 4, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and $ IN WITNESS weeks. WHEREOF. I have hereunto ,

upon the floor at Larry's feet CHAPTER XXI. "Yes, rather! But always before The captain perceived that the in- 4 sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayS> H-t my hand and affixed the ...'al of our Circuit
4 er and sermon 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal $ Court this the 13th of \, D.
on Jay Ni.vn'wr.
: "What have you done?" Larry cried,, the evening's over they give us a bit action of waiting for an attack was 4 7 o'clock, Wednesday S 1917. < .1
*
i horrified at the tragedy. An Interrupted Game of Cards. of fireworks and go for some of our fast setting Guy's nerves on edge. And 4> evening. Come and worship with 44us. W. T. WEEKS.: ,

f r Little, Jeanne was quite calm. She While the oncoming horde of Ger- men with a lucky shrapnel or two. at last he gave his consent (SEAL) By R. A. WEEKS(",'erk. ,

; was no longer frightened. Something mp.1s had been pushing their way You see. they try to get our range in For a little time Guy called out directions <8> $ .- ,1

.* akin to an ecstasy filled her with ai. through Belgium, smashing forts, the daytime, and then at night they to the captain, who stood at i 4 METHODIST L. Z. Barr, <$' NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. j ,

i. strange elation. Her great eyes seemed burning villages, terrorizing the peace- shoot at .the same range." the telephone relaying Guy's instructions -. 4, pastoi. Sunday school, 9:45 a. <3> In Circuit Court. Bradford County Florida. tc.
In
re petition of A. D. Andrews Mercantile
%: not to see Captain Redmond. And loving Inhabitants of that little country Charlie Brown and his escort had to the battery. In the light fur- 3 m. Preaching every Sunday! at $ Company for dissolution. )

h with her white, pathetic face raised the French and English had done not talked long before Guy Falconer nished by the British bombs the youthful <8> U a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer <> Notice of Dissolution. t (

heavenward she said- what they could to prepare for the came out of his abstraction. lIe raised lieutenant carefully watched the S> meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 concern To the: That creditors a majority and all of to the whom stockholders it may ,.

/. "He killed my father. A impending shock of the Teuton attack. his head all at once and looked InquIringly effect of the shells that whistled over $ o'clock. Junior Epworth League $ of the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company. a U

.1 life for a life! Father, you are The worst of It was, the Germanswere at the civilian. Then he Jumpedup their li ads and burst increasinglynearer $> Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior <> State corporation of Florida organized, and doing under business the laws of the .; ,
at Rai- ,
vivenged." ready, and the allies were not. and approached Charlie with outstretched to the Teuton artillery. ?> Epworth League Sunday evening <3S > ford Bradford county, Florida has petitioned .

5 Larry took one swift look at that The British expeditionary force num- hand. "Right on a gun!" Guy "shouted at < > at G:45. A cordial invitation is this court for an order to dissolve said corpor- !'j '. ,
ation for the
t figure huddled upon the floor. Street- bered but a handful of men comparedto "I thought I recognized that voice!" last. "I saw It crumple! That's it! S> extended to all to worship with <$ corporation and purpose to enter of into discontinuing other business the 1

",w man had not moved. the hosts from across the Rhine. be exclaimed. "Do you remember me. Keep the range at twenty-nine fifty!" S us. 4, for themselves. '\p'

!> "Hurry, girl, hurry! They'll shoot But that "thin red line of 'eroes"- Charlie Brown?" The words were hardly out of his <8> f It is that therefore this court ordered will, consider adjudged said and petition decreed !- .:.

'f pour! he sail, only they were uniformed In khaki "Hello Guy!" the delighted American mouth before he came toppling from PRESBYTERIAN Sunday 4) on the 17th day of December A. D. 1917 '1
School at 10.o'clock every Sunday 3 at One o'clock P. M. at Gainesville, Florida, i!
:j Her answer filled him with amazement now-set about its superhuman task cried. "So you did come over his perch. The captain and one of the and that this notice be published once a week
<9
Wednesday
1 with bulldog determination. They had privates caught the limp figure Just be- morning. Prayer meeting for four consecutive weeks beginning on the

'. V "No, m'sleu, they will not," she told swept out as far asthey dared to fore it struck the ground, and they laid < ) evening at 7:30 o'clock. & Ninth day of November A. D. 1917 in the 't '_

: 'him.. "They will think you did It.I, meet the invader. And then they in him tenderly upon the dirt floor of Visitors cordially invited to worship $ Ida.Bradford County Telegraph, at Stark, Flor- "

,"- _,Was there listening. He has sent a trenched themselves; and there they Trench 27."They've. with us. Ladies Aid meets Done and ordered this the 6th daY of- -No-. :
the first Sunday in each month. 4) vember A .D. 1917. r
toldler to Inform them that he has cap-
waited. got him. He's not J. T. WILLS ,

;: :Stored you, Captain KarL" That was the worst part of it all- dead though." Captain Montague 4' 4 11-9-41. Judge. t iMASTER'S

"And the girl did he tell him about the waiting. Heart-rending reports of kneeled beside the lad and bent S r '

the girl at TeurviUe Larry asked happenings in many Belgian villages over him. And-a corporal with some Under and by virtue of a SALE.final decree of foreclosure .

fiber, while a horrid fear clutched his came to the British, for Courvoisler f knowledge of first-aid procedure undertook made and rendered on the 29th day of "
fc throat . September A. D. 1917. by Hon. J. T. Wills, .
hamlets that to He ,
; of stop Guy's bleeding.
wes only one many 6' STARKE Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida Eighth .
t" ;? "No, m'slen-be did not He had had tragedies to relate. And the British -. 'V V VJC' was seriously wounded-that much 4) FRATERNAL DIRECTORY 4) Judicial Circuit, in and for Bradford County '1

,":I.tent for an automobile to go there. lIe were powerless to aid those stricken was clear. And he was unconscious.' in chancery, in that certain cause therein .""
pending wherein the .
4
4) I'hifer State Bank, a corporation :
; :''WQI1d attend to that 'matter himself. people. "Beastly dull"-so Guy bad been is complainant, and Ada Turner and ,

' ,f 'Captain Redmond breathed a prayer Trench 27-the English trench which writing Georgy Wagstaff. "Awfully 4) F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. 4 U. G. Turner, her husband are defendants I.
4) 35. Meets every second and 3S the undersigned, who was therein and thereby
: of thanksgiving. Ethel was still safe. Streetman had indicated upon his mapas IlI4 hot-no excitement. Haven't seen a > < appointed Special Master to execute the said ,
fourth s
:<: Jeanne Christophe urged him to hide. being the keystone to the enemy's IL Je7 German or any decent food. But that Monday nights. 4 decree, will sell at public outcry before the -
4> courthouse door in the town of !
Starke. Brad
But Larry's first thoughts were of the line of the doesn't matter. Tell mother I'm
first
in the being !
defense
ford
-lay 4) coutty Florida between the legal hours
1 > I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. '
t. little Belgian girl. Hurriedly he diP British. All unconscious of any special ;) careful.! of sale on Monday, the 3rd day of December ..t.
:Meets: every Tuesday night G A. D. 1917 the same being legal sales
| rected her to to Tourville, wheje :: a day
go designs that the Germans -mlpht __ __ Toor kid! Charlie Brown ex 4) to the highest and best bidder, the following ..
Madame de Lorde would aid her. "Tell have against their particular position claimed. It was a grim businesswar $ M. W. of A. Starke Camp. iiiI the Town of
madame not to wait for me, Larry Starke Bradford county. Florida
,
the Tommies stationed there proceeded ( I. .
;, // ( $> Meets every first and third Wednesday ? and more particularly known. distinguished
laid, "but to go on alone. Even as to put things in shape for the general "Sad-very sad!" the captain apreed night: 3 and described as follows, to-wit:

;be spoke he heard footsteps. "Say 'I action' that was bound to come. "But perhaps he'll pull through and if 4 Lots One (1), Two (21, Thirteen- (IS), and
have I went that !" I I ; 4) .. Fourteen (14) of Livingston, Truby and Com to ,
: escaped-that way After completing their grim arrangements he doesn't-well! forgive me, Mr W. 0. W., All Friends Camp f pany's addition to the Town of Starke. Bradford .;
-be whispered to Jeanne, pointing down for them to do County. Florida, said land to be sold "
there was little Brown, if I seem heartless-but remember -I & No. 138. Meets every second and direction property of the defendants Ada Turner .
road-In the
opposite for the time being, except rest And this is new to you and he's :I fourth Friday nights. 4 and U. G. Turner her husband to satisfy and "

I'the that in which Tourville lay. Then that they were glad enough to do only or,e, and I've seen so many!" 4 pay said decree, fees and costs. Terms cash

ptai Redmond crouche4 behind the after their herculean exertions of Captain Montague noticed that the No. 536,4 11-2-5L A. Z. ADKINS.
tAer ?> Union -Chapel Camp, Special Master in Chancery.
where Ethel had successfully those first days of the war. That there .
American" correspondent' was white *> meet every first and third Friday <* S i

i eD. was worse ahead of them they did not and somewhat unsteady. nights at Union Chapel. J. A. El- 5 TRESPASS SIGN'S. ,
JR.: When the major and his men found doubt But in the meantime there ..
"I feel a bit shaken. Do you mind <*> lir.gton, Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. 4 -
if*the stricken spy in a heap on the floor was no reason why they should not \ Just off the of ;
if I go back now? Charlie asked. ">) press, a new lot "No t

Jeanne: Christophe explained that as make themselves at home.It / "Certainly not!" Visiting brothers are cordially Trespassing," and "Hunting Forbid- ..;

.she came Into the room another officer, was night-the second night following "If I come across the surgeon or any ';> invited to attend these meetings. Q den" placards. Large type, on heavy \

,had pulled out a knife and stabbed that fatal day when the Germans of the Red Cross! you don't mind If I 4 4) cardboard. Call at the Telegraph office "

Streetman. _descended upon. the_ ond'Orl_ send I.!! them, back, do you?" .Charlie .it6. . Starke. .

-1'b.Jt man, was.not. dead._ As. hIs,

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: rAGE EIGHT, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
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1l11Y
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f ., usual places when school opens after We are sorry to see Mr. Elam Lew. MRS. DOUGLASS FATALLY, nescby: for .
Thanksgiving.The is nearly crippled at present with the BURNED AT LAKE BUTLER taxes end. giving ,hb J4! .,

t t' Thanksgiving exercises at the rheumatism. portunityof the 2 !

4.f k high school building Wednesday after Mr. L. A. Davis visited the home of (Continued From: Page 1.) paying before Dec per 1st cell disc
noon were splendidly rendered and enjoyed Mr. 0. J. Jackson and family last will be allowed and 1
: News Items much. Monday night. Prof. Davis is a fine ber by paying in '
it County very ,
school site that is in dispute at New I _
r I Miss Emma Hicks, accompanied by music teacher and Mr. Jackson is tak- Lacy Hunter tens :;
Zion. This has had deed to of
J her father, E. Hicks, left Wednesdayfor ing the music examination from him. this property county for the last 21 years a andno ly: lIe, as usual, went a from POtato'th
' Plant City, where they :are the to dinner l last
t ; i Inta'ndnPacts Gathered During the Week by Our' gueFts of relatives.J. dispute has come up about it until good appetite that Monday he with hfsa'
LEVEL.Mr.
PINE has
I'I: ;I I Regular Correspondents. P. Peeples and family arrived now. i j i i wife took some }
: j Mr. L. C. Smith went to Waldo Monday -
I from Ray City, Ga., during the week stove and placed oTa tie
Mrs. C. A. Triest them
and Mrs. J. L. Underhill and to bring back plate-
". j J.. _=It.:: and are home comfortably domiciled from in their W. children attended the Fair at Gainesville mother of Mrs. Smith, as she will help she was a little larger than the leal"A ...
new recently purchased dropped it ,
the sickness of her little on the plate
1 Fannie Griffis and P. Pitts. last Thursday.Mr. her during with it elJl de{
Misses Vaner and quite a loud ....
'I CLAY HILL I I I report
and Mrs. Walter Edmondsonand son. the
re, Victoria Wilkinson were the guests ofMisses Mrs. J. W. Nimmo, who has been scattering all
't- Laura and Rachael WilkinsonSunday. seriously ill for the past week, is now small children spent Sunday with Mr. W. A- Bailey and daughter, Miss left the skin around the lOOnt 1114
friends at New River. Thelma, of Lake Butler, attended the standing on the :
We are sorry our news notes failedto convalescing nicely. Some oC the potato tabtt.;
reach the office last week, but ourmail Mrs. Sam Norman, Miss Flossie G. W. Alderman, of Lake Butler, After a short visit with relatives in Alachua County Fair at Gainesvillelast the negro cook that scattered an 9"tr
tin I Mr. Griffis attended the of his Mrs. this section Mrs. J. N. Kelly has returned Thursday and Friday. I j: was stan :
was'
carrier failed to come \ too Reynolds and Volley guest daughter, by. "I lube 'tater
but
to her home in Raiford. Miss Clara Hilton, of Lake Butler, don't #:
here A. A. Futch last ;
late to send them in. church Sunday. Sunday. trowed on me like dat."
I Dr. Wm. Hudson, of Jacksonville, .- Mrs. L. 0. Boyles, and children, accompanied Mrs. E. D. Sullivan and son, Boyd, spent last week at Graham, the guestof tion is what caused the Now the quu;
: Miss :Mabel Seals left are visiting pt Theressa this week. Miss Leita Fogg. .: Potato to'ei.:
spent the weekend with his parents, by plode. This
really _
happen
Messrs. Willie Edmondson McKinney Miss Minnie Lee Hilton, of Lake
t Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hudson. BROOK ER. Tuesday for Fernandina where they Ray i''pro-Germans around 10'-
and wife of Alachua the Butler, was the guest of Miss Loca I -
with their were ;
Mr. and Mrs. Nieburg and children are spending Thanksgiving
j Hall of Jacksonville, friends. guests at the home of Walter Edmondson Cason, at Raiford, last weak. I
and Mrs. Nancy ,
t were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lang Prof. A. J. Griffis and'Walter Baxter :Many friends of the late J. Q. Ous- Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Master-Alva Bailey spent last weekat I NO SCHOOL TODAY. 11
were attending to business in Lak ley, who accidentally lost his life at : and Mrs. J. L. Underhill and Raiford with his father, Mr. W. A. I t,
Sunday. -
f Butler last Thursday afternoon. children, Wiley Edmondson and Abner Bailey, who is employed there. j I -- tr
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Sullivant, of Miami Sunday evening, met the Seaboard :j
Mrs. W. Brown and children are Gordon, attended church at Corinth Mr. Paul Simpson, representing the j j The pupils of the school are getti
the week-end with train here Tuesday and accom I I
i Newberry, spent 1 short ,
relatives in Alachua this a vacation this
visiting Fertilizer
k the to Us last Sunday. Wilson Toomer Company, week, M it
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson. panied body resting decided 1IU'
[ t : Mrs. Henry Hudson is suffering week.Mr.. place in the family lot at Hope ceme Mr. Raymonl Oliver! made a business of Jacksonville, was in Lake Butler that! school would not be >W4:
of Jacksonvillewas ('I today. Yesterday
George Crosby, trip 'o Griham Wednesday this week on business. being Than
: with the grippe this week. We hope tery near Theressa. % ciiai
and
. visiting his parents here Sunday. :Mrs. Eston Brown of Special Thanksgiving services will observed by the school
r she will have an early recovery. The public is cordially invited to attend Sampson, City, givq ,
I ; Rev. W. F. Walters filled his regu her be held in the this children a four-day vacation
:Misses Pearl Padgett and Hettie a bazaar at the Masonic Hall on visited sister, Mrs. J. L. Under Baptist.church at in
1. i lar appointment here last Saturday 2nd. L. Saturday and Sunday.
bill Wednesday.Miss place next Sunday, Dec. Rev
Osteen and Messrs. Ozias and Nelson I I Wednesday afternoon, December 12th,
and Sunday. Gladys Oliver visited at Samp, I A. Rawls, pastor. .
Prescott motored over to Green Cove given by the ladies of the Baptist I .
I Mr. H. C. Surrency visited his % son City Saturday and Sunday. Tax Collector B. M. Dowling was in Tell it to the
church. The Telegraph
hall will be to the and t
Springs Saturday. ,
:
open iou
daughter, Mrs. T. B. Parker, of La- I Lake Butler last Tuesday and Wed- everybody. Advertica'te l
.. Mr. and Mrs. Nettles visited our Crosse Tuesday. public at 2:30: p. m. Homemade can -
I : school last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. : dies will be sold during the afternoonand HONOR ROLL BROOKER SCHOOL. ....
Mr and Mrs. R. T. Osteen and little -
Nettles gave a demonstration which a a general supper will be served ..
granddaughter, Pauline, visited
1 good many said was both helpful and i I Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Osteen, of Gainesville in the evening. i A. J. Griffis,. teacher-Avery Craig,
interesting. Mr. Nettles talked fe\ Mr. Tolbert, of Lake has rent !
a f City, Bessie Cone. T
of last week.
: minutes "Patriotism," then while part ed the Hagan building the I'
on just across ,
.,.Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Crosby, of Emilie Spink, teacher-Mary Douglass SID. PETERSON
Mrs. Nettles explained the food value Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. street from the postoffice and moved Lorene Hazen, Grady Baxter,
. .. _. : of different things and prepared one L. Crosby here last week. his family to the second floor, and will Pitt Baxter, Verne Rogers', Albert = ib

p i dish, Mr. Nettles and the boys retired Miss Edyth Williams spent Saturday open up a stock of general merchandise Hardy, Dogan Nabb, Mary Shaw, El-
. t to discuss their work, after which he in the lower .1
t and Sunday with her parents, Air story.LAWTEY. ma Shaw, Jesse Sherley, Isla Belle is hereWith 'JI
: took them for a short ride in his car. and Mrs. N. Williams, near Worthing- Crosby, Ada Gatlin, Earl Surrency, .
t't. When they returned Mrs. Nettles served ton. ,' Mattie Douglass, Lottie Gainey, Abe I
i
t : dried pea loaf with tomato sauce, Miss Lena Sutton, of Gainesville, Crosby, Mana Andrews, Marzee Lynn, 7 J
'i
I i. ; which was pronounced delicious by all visited relatives here last week-end. 'Bessie Shaw, Leslie Hazen, Reba a Carload of
r: : present. We have six boys and six
.. j Mr. Clayton Weeks and Mr. Ellis Mr. J. II. Bostick, a prominent business Brown, Rhoda Brown.
girls enrolled in the work and
.. -- C : we are Holden, of Santa Fe, were visitors to man of Milltown, Ga., was a visor Eunice Robinson, teacher-Willie BROKEN '
,I .- j going to win some prizes or give the this place last Sunday afternoon.Mrs. it to Lawtey the first part of the' Forsyth, Charlie Cone, Virdie Craig, !
other girls and close
boys a race.
Vergie Crate, Stella Mae Ward. -
I W. S. Nab and son, Dogan, and week.
\ S little granddaughter, Mildred Morgan, Mr. C. S. Hill, of Palmetto, was Edith Williams, teacher-Ressie Mules and Horses
!, HEILBRONN.Health and 'S. V. Andrews motored to Providence the guest of his brother, Mr. L. H. Colson, Aubrey Hazen, Alwynne Hazen -
-. last Sunday afternoon. Hill, the first part of the week.A Lois Gainey. J'J'j'

Miss Inez Abernathy spent Saturday daughter was born to MrandMrs. I from 3 to 7 years old :, !
.. in the community is good at in Alachua. : James Goodfellow on Nov. 18th. LECTURE AT HAMPTON. f fat
'
I this writing. The stork visited the home of Mr. Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his regular

Prof. L. A. Davis attended the F. and Mrs. J. L. Surrency, Tuesday! and appointment at the Lawtey Bap- Mrs Leila Bowen Stratton, national ASTONISHINGLY LOW prices ;

i I { &: A.: M. lodge at Sanderson Saturday left them a fine girl. list church last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. lecturer for the Womans Christian I

evening. Mr. Joseph Surrency, of Alachua, Marcus Brown came up from Temperance Union, will deliver alec-I -
., a Mr. J. S. Rosier was a visitor tp our visited relatives here Saturday and Gainesville and spent the first of the ture at the Masonic Hall in Hampton j Come to the old stand in front of the \if;
', community Tuesday. Sunday. week at his home here. on Monday night, December 3rd, at 7 j:
We gladly welcome our new neighbor Many of the young folks went to the Mrs. J. D. Randall and Mrs. T. J. o'clock.
t Mr. Morgan, who has occupied the cane grinding at Mr. McKinney's near I Terry attended the Federation of I STARKE HOUSE II r;

t home lately vacated by Mr. Arthur Al Graham Tuesday night. I Women's Clubs at Tampa last week. The Telegraph-the county paper- 'I.

: varez. Mr. Joseph Williams and sister, Ida, Mr. E. E. Burney was transacting contains all live Stat and National'I' : for a bargain

i r Mr. W. M. Reddish and mother, accompanied were over here last Sunday afternoon. business in Jacksonville Monday. news, as well as doings t>f the farm i g
I by Prof. E. W. Wilkinson, Mr.: and Mrs. J. Douglass, of Ala- i Dr. Peters, of Milltown, Ga., wasa and home. folks. .- J
; i attended church at Evergreen Friday chua, were visiting here last Sunday visitor to Lawtey Monday. c .
; evening. afternoon.Dr. Charles Sheppard came down fromYulee =

1 \ After having spent a few years toiling Carefoot, of Worthington, was and spent Sunday here at the -.
I r and laboring with the people of here on professional business last home of his parents.

:. this community, Mr. Ed. Griffis and Tuesday.Mrs. Col. A. Z. Adkins, a prominent attorney .
family are preparing to return to their Dees, who has been sick, i is : of Starke, was a business visitor I
old> home. We feel that their presence gradually improving. to Lawtey Tuesday. 1 .
.1 i, with us will be missed, but we .,..Mr. J. S. Forsyth was attending to Miss Helen Katherine Miller and "t
wish them the best of luck. business in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. friend of Jacksonville, were visitors AL"!

I We are glad to welcome the nice Garrett, of Dothan, Ala., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
;< cool weather of the past few days. It Sunday here visiting relatives. He James Harmon in East Lawtey.
i is a sure sign of poverty and hard- was accompanied home Monday by his I' Mr. A. M. Blanchard was transact- J k The Telegraph'sGreat I

ship upon that terrible pest-the boll wife, Mrs. Garrett, who has been vis ing business in Jacksonville Monday
'
''
weevil, which which we had to con iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. and Tuesday.
tend the past cotton season. Crosby, of this place, for the past two Clyde Dinkins returned to Jackson
i Mr. Horace Rosier and Mr. Clyde weeks. ville We!iesday: after spending about "

I Carmichael were enjoying different Thanksgiving services were held a't 10 days in and near Lawtey visiting
t : scenes in this section Sunday after the Free Will Baptist church last Sun relatives and friends. Premium Offer
,
noon. day night by the pastor.Dr. Wilmot Brown, of Yulee, spent Sunday -
"I The Pentacosts_ filled an appoint W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, at his home here. "

t' :-' ment here Sunday night. I was in town on professional business Rev. A. T. Galloway filled his regu-
; ; Mr. Ernie Johns has lately I lar
i purchased Wednesday. appointment at the Baldwin M. E.
; t the Will Stallings place, which I Is 'Miss Minnie Clemons, of Pine Hill 1, church Sunday. r
'
\ 1 ', soon to be vacated by Ed. Griffis. had as her guest last week Mrs. J. H. Rev. W. L. Overstreet and family A FINE MAP OF EUROPE r
I Messrs. George and Ancil Wainwright Stinson, of Live Oak. Miss demons moved back here from Lake Butler ,
, : .. : 'were transacting business in and Mrs. Stinson were schoolmateswhile this week and are pleasantly located in

: Starke ,Tuesday. attending the Deaf and Dumb the Ganger house, about one mile west rid
, ', : The Heilbronn school gathered in Institute at St. Augustine. of Lawtey. "
1 the chapel Friday afternoon and or Mrs. Dasher, of Georgia, visiting Mr. W: E. Torode returned home r--' In these stirring times when our country is preparing : -

l t t ganized" literary sociqty, the object relatives here this week. Monday from Lake Okeechobee, where to send two million of our young men to the battlefields -
'. ,! of which is to improve our men Rev. Crews, of Bell, attended services i. he and a party of friends spent about of
., (, I tal capacity,' our social ability and to here Sunday. a week hunting. He reported a good Europe everyone is interested in the geography
I refine our expression. Cane grindings are the order of the ut that continent ,

_: ., day just now. time.Mr.. Martin Loadholtz, of Macclen- I When we read that the Allies have captured thisor v
; The school pupils rendered short the of
was
a ny guest relatives here
: ROSIER. Thanksgiving program last Wednes:: last week. that point or that the Germans have driven the Rus-

, day afternoon at the school building.. Mr.\ N. T. Peeples came up from sians further back from the Russian frontier we in-

I?; The farmers of this section are busy Black Point and spent Sunday with his stinctively wish for a to
l : map see just the location of the y,
/ making which is family here.
a
syrup very produl
eHaMPTO points we have been
reading about.
*. tive industry in this burg. Quite a number of our citizens attended -
*"*, Our revival meeting was a complete 'T the fair in Gainesville last The Telegraph has made arrangements to supply =

success, ,and let us not W. T. Rencher of week. th
forget Apopka, was popular demand for a good map of Europe at
a
iL"" Rev. Searson, who so earnestly pleaded transacting business here Wednesday.S. low very
I j ; with us concerning the welfare of J. Prescott of Sampson, was a price. We have contracted with a publishing house =

G L"i; our souls' at this series of meetings. business visitor here Tuesday. RISING. for a large number of handsome three-page charts, containing -

Miss Janie Sapp's many friends and W. A. Bowen, of Brooklyn, was a map of Europe 28x36 inches. Besides this "
! relatives are truly glad to welcome I shaking hands with friends here Tue sfir.. L. A. Davis has taken up the .. fine
her home after a stay of several weeks j day. principalship of our school and we areas map of Europe there is a map of Florida, the latest .

with relatives and friends in Starke.She ," H. E. Lagergren, of Starke, won well pleased with him. .* I I I published, a map of the United States and possessions, .

is our Sunday school secretary'l!I here professional business Satur.jday. Mrs. M. J. Fouts has returned from and a map of the world.In .
and treasurer and is a worthyhelper. j' Plant City, and he reports that :Mrs.
i t Sunday school every Sunday mor nW.!.I P. Pitts left with his family Sunday A. G. Fouts, who has been seriously addition to being of special interest at this time

: F ing at 10 o'clock. Come and be with : for the large plantation near Ray ill with typhoid fever, is slowly im- the chart will prove a great help to school children and ,
us. J 1 1l I City, Ga., which he has recently pur- proving.
Mr. J. S. Rosier for the past few chased. Messrs. J. S. and O. J. Jackson, a copy of it should bein, every home where there is a

Li days has been busily engaged in-the-' B. S. McCain and family left Wed.nes'day Troy Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. A. L child attending school. The chart is handsomely printed f

framing of sugar mills in this vicinity morning for Jasper, where Jackson visited Starke Tuesday of last and would be an ornament in
i I and also in the Heilbronn section.Mr. they will make their future home.: week and saw the soldier boys leaver any home.F
j 4 'I'q W. M. Reddish, wife, mother' E. H. Jones, of Tampa, was he e for the training camp at Columbia, S.on A copy of the Chart and a year's subscription to

and sister, of Heilbronn, were visiting I Tuesday enroute to Tallahassee C.He the Telegraph will be giveTi for $2. The offer is open to

i in our locality Sunday. business with the governor's office. J. L. Jackson, of Starke, attended old as well as new subscribers
t I f Among those who attended churchbere expected to go from Tallahassee to church here Saturday and Sunday. but the subscriber roust

fi S Saturday and Sunday from different Macon, Ga., to the bedside of his son, There are a few farmer in this sec- pay up'arrearages and one year in advance. :

sections of the county were Mr.and W. Baisden Jones of the 124 Florida tion that haven't ground cane yet, but Orders sent by mail will have prompt attention and *

% Mrs. Henry Norman, of Heilbronn, Infantry, who is very ill with pneumoni the freeze last Saturday and Sunday the Chart.will be mailed to
Mr. Andrew Wilkinson and GadsonGriffis you postage prepaid.
at Wheeler.
i : i Camp froze the cane and now we all have
and sisters, Leona and Thelma, Mrs. W. G. Seals, accompanied by something to do, as it soon gets sour Address all.remittances to
?+ of Highland. her son and daughter, W. G. Jr., andi after it is frozen.

j 4 Mr. Britain Rosier made a short trip i Mildred, left Monday for Brinson, Ga., There have been some real fine hogs
one day the past week. __ where they are the guests of Prof and killed in the past few dhys. J Bradford County
Mr. Schellie Rosier was visiting ze 1- Mrs. HarrelL Messrs. Arthur Alvarez and Frank ( Telegraph
\ 'atives and friends in the vicinity of: W. G. Seals left Tuesday eveningfor Morgan have moved to their places.

Heilbronn Saturday and Sunday Fort Lauderdale. We will miss Mr. Morgan and family,
.. Mr. Horace Rosier was a welcome The bazaar and oyster supper given but we hope for them much success

2 visitor to the Heilbronn section Suday n- !by the.Jadies of the Christian church i in their new home, and we welcomeMr. .- tare Florida. '

,afternoon. ;Saturday evening was a perfect su c- Alvarez and family in our settle- ,
/ Save potatoes-for they are one of
i h. the weapons we are to use in subduingGermany. i will be used for church benefits. Those,on the sick list this week are

Clarence Hicks, Alma and Floyd 1 Mrs. Elizabeth Green, Mrs. 0. J. Jackson -
gam.'Donaelly's: regular appointment ]Lester have been absent from school 1 Mrs. H. H. Lewis and J. C., the
; tree Saturday and Sunday was filled I I this week on account of illness. Their little son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Jack- (

b".Rev;.-SeanoD.. -_._ teacher hopes to--have:- .._them- in their ; son.

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