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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1917 NUMBER 23. .

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i BUTLER MAN FLORIDA CAMP TROOPS WHEELER AT MAY DECLARE WAR AGAINST AUSTRIA SWIFT SAYS RELIEF FOOD-COMMISSIONER IN SIGHT NATIONAL GUARD




''l-i: COMMITS SUICIDE Camp Wheeler,SOON-, Ga.GO, Dec.TO 3-Florida FRONT WILSON'S% MESS AGE TO CONGRESSPresident asking Administration People questions of Florida would as to who do what in have actual the Food been aid FROMALLSTATESARRIVEINFRANCE .


soldiers are wondering if they will be of the consumer are answered in a

GEORGIA JAIL included in the first detachment of Makes Definite State ment of War Aims and Names statement by Hon. Braxton Beacham,

1IN 1 men from the Thirty-first divsion who Federal Food Administrator for Flor- .

: will leave for France. It is said the Basis Upon Which United_ States Will Consider Peace. ida, who declares that there is certain

: and swift rejief) in sight. "I'm going *
division will not leave in a body a -
! selected unit going in advance of the I I WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-A definite I upon justice and reparation .of the I Ii I to do all in my power under authoritythat PASS THROUGH THE SUBMARINE

HAD BEEN SENTENCED TO division, and this report has createdno I statement tonight to the world of the i wrongs their rulers have done." U. S. Food Administrator Her- .

: SIX YEARS FOR BIGAMY little wonderment among the men[United States' war aims and tha basis "The terms of peace," the President bert Hoover has given me, to lower ZONE SAFELY

. as' to what outfits will be first. upon which peace would be concluded, added, "will not include the dismemberment the cost of living in Florida," says

MARRIED GEORGIA WOMAN ON Many of the Florida officers and were made by President Wilson in anI robbery or punishment of the Mr. Beacham. "We secured the names UNITS FROM THE SAME STATES l

\ enlisted men have gone home, per-I I address to Congress in which he urged enemy, but shall be based on justice, of more than 120,000 people in this I

: LAST APRIL AND HAD WIFE haps for the last time before they are the immediate declaration that'a stateof defined briefly as the freedom of all state, who .promised to conserve our ARE BEING KEPT AS NEAR

r- sent to trenches in France. As soon war evxists between the United nations and their peoples from autocratic much needed supplies of wheat, meat t
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." AT LAKE BUTLER. I as .these now absent return, another States and Austria-Hungary,_ Ger domination: the reparation- of and sugar, and it is my intention to TOGETHER AS POSSIBLE. i

.' .' section will be allowed to go home for many's vassal and tool. As to Turkey Belgium; relinquishment German :help repay them for their loyal efforts

'- and Bulgaria, they are also tools of power over the peoples of Austria and and lofty patriotism. This can best be ,'
WITH
Valdosta, Ga., Dec. 2-The corner'sjury several days. In this way, every man ( THE AMERICAN ARMY .
t investigating the death of J. T. in the Dixie Division will be given an Germany, said the President, thoughhe Turkey, and must free the Balkan 1 counselled delay in a declarationof states as well as the evacuation of the prices of necessities such as must
r Guardsmen
:1. Bohann, who died in Lowndes county opportunity to visit home folks. from every state in the
'; jail last night, returned verdict today Thanksgiving day was quietly observed war against them, because "they Prussian territorial conquests in Belgium j be bought from the retail stores, andI Union have arrived in France, it is
don't stand in the direct path of and northern France." have in mind such to be-
yet plans put
at the today
his death din-
that he came to by means camp. Big turkey permitted to be announced.They .
action." The President emphasized the fore the merchants will be of
of poison administered by his own ners were spread throughout the camp. necessary pur- as ma- are among the troops now training or '
;\ hands with suicidal intent. Everybody was properly fed. The men "To win the war," declared Presi- pose of the United States "not to interfere terial assistance to the consumer, and lately arrived.

/ dent Wilson in ringing tones, "is the in the internal affairs of any at the same time will benefit the deal- While it'is
Bohannon was sentenced to six yearsin were given a spread that was a creditto not permitted to disclosethe
t immediate and unalterable task before nation. ers, both wholesale "and retail. The
the penitentiary Friday for bigamy. the camp. identity of units it be said
us," and he urged congress, just The declaration of war with Austria working out of these plans dependson may '
The that
< Last April he married Mrs. George training program for the remainder all those which sailed from the
beginning its second war session, to Hungary involves very little readjustment I the loyalty of the 'people to the ..
of the United
Miley at Berlin, near Valdosta, and week will be light, on States have arrived safely and ;
: concentrate itself this task. He of affairs between the United pledges they have given; and their -
in Florida. account of absent. Hard upon that :1
: took her to some point so many being some are already under training
dismissed the of States and the dual monarchy becausethe I further attention the
t Mrs. Miley had $600 which he secured work will begin again next Monday, sharply possibility a to subject of within sound of the guns on the battle !
and made away with after his however.AGRICULTURAL. premature peace, which is sought, as state of war which congress is I I food conservation. I need only point front. ,'I
he said, "by German intrigue and debate about to declare exists, actually has I I to the fact that there has already been They "
marriage. are showing in
supposed S a spirit keep-
- here by men who understand been a fact for many months, though |1 1I a great deal accomplished! in stabilizing ing with the
Later development showed that he purpose to make the i.
EXHIBITS neither its nature nor the way it may I there has been no outstanding overt :I prices, and as the work goes on American 'i.
had wife living at Lake Butler, expeditionary force a homo-
be attained." act on the part of Austria against the even greater things will result. But
whom he had been genous American
Fla., from never in which each
divorced. His arrest followed trial The largest exhibit yet added to the "The war will be deemed won," the United States, but rather there has to get the best and quickest results division, whether army National J
regular
;. this : ,Bank of Starke's agricultural display!I President decared, "when the German been a series of acts short of being the people must\ be studious. They national or t
and conviction being week. I' army, cannot be distinguished "
f 'is a tale of hay brought in by Wm. j j people say to us through properly ac- classed as causes for war. These real- must learn to inquire about cost of in efficiency from the others.
The
-v: Bohannon left a letter stating that Bray, of Saxton. The hay consists I credited representatives they are wil- ly go back to the beginning of the Eu- provisions, and must sternly oppose former state ;
t he could not stand the sentence hang- troops are billeted over -
of pea vines, crab grass and sorghum,ling .to agree to a settlement based rQpean war.CARLoinCANNED. any efforts of unscrupulous dealers to a'wide and
ing over him and was going to take I area are pronounced excel-
; and certainly has the appearance of I take advantage of any temporary lent soldiers.
his own life. He asked that his body being first-qlesfc; shortage of articles of
Mr.
foragej\ Bray common use. The
: be sent to A. M. Hunter, a half brother raised 500 bales of this hay. OLD MAIDS' CONFERENCE.Next POTATOES I If they will do this and will keep my in the American guardsmen have been arriving '

# living in Jacksonville, and a sister An interesting addition to the exhibit SHIPPED OUT WEDNESDAYThe office informed of cases of unreason- zone for many weeks. .
l living at Baker, Fla. At the inquest They are scattered somewhat, but as
is a sample of cassava starch Thursday night, Dec. 13th, atRowand's able prices or extortion, short weightsand
inmates of the that near as possible the units from the
: jail swore sent in by L. L. Geiger, who lives \ Theatre, the old maids of first canned Sweet potatoes ever other acts of dishonesty they will same state have been kept close to-

Bohannon was suffering agonies One during east of Starke. .The cassava was Starke, Chappville and Snipeville will shipped out of Florida went for- be a great help in lowering. the cost gether. They found the regular
yesterday-afternoon: prisoner army
grown on Mr. Geiger's place and was I hold a conference, beginning at 7:45, ward from Starke Wednesday, when of living in Florida." I had made good preparations for them -
called and asked
a' to a man passing reduced to a flour by means of a small 'for the purpose of deciding which is the H. A. Shaver Company, owners of S and while are billeted in houses '
him to send for doctor saying a many
was dying in a cell. hand grater. Mr. Geiger says it i the best plan to pursue in the sale of th local canning factory, forwarded a : TEACHERS EXAMINATIONHELD in French towns, others have been

man: a makes good as a substitute for starch. I old bachelors.A carload to a Chicago brokerage firm. I HERE THIS WEEK quartered in low wooden barracks specially -

Jailer Moore denies that Bohannon decision is finally made and about This shipment will be quickly followed erected. r

was suffering, and said he made BO COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS i eight o'clock the sale of old bachelorswill by a shipment to Dallas, Texas, the Welcomed Enthusiastically. '

complaint." begin. The proceeds will go to Shaver Company having received a The State Board of Examiners of. The troops from the various states

When visited by a physician late Dec. !the poor people of Starkemakingthem telegraphic order on Wednesday for teachers has been in session in Star e I have been recognized by the French
Monday
yesterday afternoon, Bohannon statedhe 3rd, 1317, the happy on Xmas. two carloads to be shipped to the Texas -I for several days this week, closing population and have been welcomed
board of commissioners
was suffering with his kidneys but county was I The sisters who conduct this sen- : city. The Dallas customer wantedto their examination yesterday afternoon.The enthusiastically. Many of the units
called to order Chairman S. T.
would not tell the physician of. any by sible and necessary conference are: engage the entire output of the Board is composed of Dr. W. F. wore the French red, white and blue ,

other trouble. ,I Dowling at 10 o'clock a. m., with all Hepsikah Snitchwell Thankful, a plant,: but Mr. Shaver already had or- Yocum, chairman; Miss Clem Hampton cockade pinned to their campaign hats ;

members present, to-wit: R. J. An- old maid Miss Eunice Ellis. ders for four be corresponding secretary; and Miss ;
The physician gave him a prescription drews very cars to shipped to After a sufficient time to rest from the
J. J. Blackwelder, H. D. May Christian McDonald .
Ii Martha Pickles Pertickles Priggins Chicago and could not the recording sec-
promise
and left. The man later died be- and J. L. Underhill. I journey, the troops have been set to _
old maid Mrs. T. A. Texas to give them his entire retary. Each one of the above board ,
people
a simpering work -
t .fore the doctor could reach hm on a Minutes of last meeting read and has been in educational work for training for actual service at the
second call. The physician testified Knight. output. a front. In all quarters they are declared i

that the man evidently took four or i approved.State claim Mrs. j Patience Deliverance Hopkins, a It is expected to forward a car every number of years past. to be most enthusiastic and their I..L .'
pension of Susan try-to-look-youthful Mrs. Charlie few days now until the end of the The system of examination of teachers '
five tablets of bichloride of mercur ,, McDavid approved. i' I I soldierly qualities have drawn very Pi

enough to kill several people. It is Bond of L. A. Davis, for Futch. potato season. The plant is buying that has been in vogue for about high praise from the French in- .ti

believed that the poison was taken Public approved. Notary Heziriah Jane Hopeful, a fussy, gay and paying fair prices for all the potatoes sixteen years was a great improve- structors. During the last few days

during Friday, as several prisoners Bill E. M. Johns I I 1 I one, Mrs. E. S. Matthews. that are offeredby the farmer. ment on the very imperfect system one unite has been working with gre- 14.
presented by as '
testified that he was sufferng all during prosecuting attorney for County Faithie Melindy Waitsill and Cey- S that preceeded it, but the legislatureof nades and automatic rifles, while an'f..
lenda Huntgood, the youngest old 1917 passed the present which other has
Saturday, though Jailer Moore Judges Court motion and second $100.00 REWARD.I yaw I been working out military :
on
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says he made no complaint and he refused. |I maids, Mrs. J. B. Hughes, and Mrs. went into effect on October first. This problems in maneuvers. Another unit .
payment
t A. S. Crews. law corrects some obvious defects of
told the physician, very little about Name of Mrs. has been in the instruction trenches t.
his suffering. Nancy Dyal was plac- Mariah Hannah Skinflint, a mean will pay one hundred dollars to the the former law, and is commended by which bring them as near possible ,
as
A ed upon pauper roll ordered paid $4 person or persons who will furnish in-, all who have
Bohannon miserly looking woman, Mrs. L. A. l' applied for certificates to actual fighting conditions. The
was a middle-aged man per month. Reynolds. f9rmation that will lead to the arrest under its provisions. The membersof
and came to this section from Florida. filed with the boardof Guardsmen are all in good health.
Applications I
: and onviction and return of the money the board the
Jemina Melindy Poorhous
a. prim t prepare questions, The reason why it i U POt permitted
Commissioners the
; SHOW County by Bradford j looking. persons, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. I taken _out. o!my__private railroad I grade the papers, and conduct the to mention units by name :is that If
I County Bank, Bank of Starke, car at Raiford, Fla. November 2
Priscilla Snicker examinations. Thus three
silly
Jewsberry a only
CERTIFIED MEN MAY Lake Butler Bank and Farmers and 1917\\ perSons one is mentioned the way is open to
information will be
VOLUNTEER FOR'THE NAVY acting person, Mrs. D. E.. Knight. Any are held responsible for careful mention all others, which means the
Dealers Bank that be
.& asking they the chief of police of Raiford, or
Sairy Ann Louisy Gamy, one that any and accurate grading. The state superintendent revealing or1 identification numbers

designated as depositories of the tries to act young, Mrs.E. T. Camp- officer of the county of Bradford Fla. issues the certificates. and other information which is of im-
County funds and in of the
:
pursuance it. CAPT JIM MOORE.
The following information is sent provisions of Charter 6932 of the laws bell.Arabella Any person may apply at any state- portance to the enemy.

out from the naval recruiting stationin of Florida and in accordance with the Honeysweet Wordy, very S S ed examination for a certificate on any But for the information of the rel- > *

Atlanta, so that all young men who terms of said act, after being con- sentimental, Mrs. Ella Johnson. ROAD ENGINEER COMING. subject, and if granted the certificates atives and families of the men, everyone ,

: have been accepted by their local sidered by the board, motion Drusilla Disembered Lonesome, a I valid in any county in the state. who sailed from the United States .'

boards may understand how to go and second above applications upon accepted forlorn acting person, Mrs. W. M.. Hon. A. S. Crews was in Tallahassee -I If a candidate' should fail in one place has arrived safely in France. J
about enlisting in the Turner. i he stand the examination
navy: and said banks designated as the Tuesday on legal business and can againin -

Up to December 15th, 1917, a man I depositories for all county funds, for Lucindy Ann Silly, a silly maid, Mrs. while there called on the State High- another place. ON A CASH BASIS. 4|' '

: who has been certified for the draft 1918. Tatum. way Commission on behalf of the The board earnestly desires to be "

: army by his local board may volun- Letter received from Secretary of Nancy Dusenberry Lightheart, a board of 'county commissioners of of service to the young teachers, and J Jplan
the
few
Turner. During past the old
Miss Neva
jolly years
: teer for the navy, provided he bringsto State Association County Commiss- person Bradford county to request that an en- secure from year to year more highly of

the navy recruiting station a certificate ioners of Florida, stating that said Tabitha Sophia Tryall, a person always gineer lie sent here to confer with the I qualified instructors for the schoolsof has been buying discarded on long time credit .
the watch Mrs. Robert Dem- by nearly
; signed by his local board stating : association would meet in Jacksonville on board in the matter of road improvement the state. every i
one, and everybody is better off for '
orest.
he will not be neded to fill the Florida on the 14, 15 and 16th :'Mr. Crews found the state road Many from other states are now the change. .
Aldrich Desire Man
present quota from his county for this of January, 1918, and inviting boardto son Mercy that wears a longing look, a, Mrs.per officials more than anxious to cooperate applying for certificates on the basisof I The Telegraph is one of the very ,

I first army. attend at that time, and after con- Alma McMillan.The with the officials of this county, graduation from standard colleges.The few business institutions in Bradford

After December 15th, 1917, the sidering said invitation, it was moved II cld bachelor, Mr. Char- and he was assured that an engineer Board found in Starke a class County that has continued to the '

above applies for the quota for the and second that said board attend ina ley Futch.grumpy would be sent here in a few days. It of eighteen men and women of good present time to extend long up time -1f.- .

second draft army. In accordance with body, which was unanimously adopted. The thoughtful old bachelor, Mr. 1 is expected that the engineer will be appearence and intelligence. The credit to its patrons. To do this has

the above information no registrant Robert Demorest. here early in next week, and it is the names of those passing the examination entailed a considerable amount of extra '

A will be enlisted in the navy unless he The following resolutions were There will also be fifteen other I I purpose of the commissioners to have will appear in next week's Tele- book-keeping and expense on us.
: has certificate the local boardto him make a full examination of the graph.
a from passed: .
bachelors on hand but lack of space Recently we have gone over our sub ..
the effect that his class and order Whereas, the Grand Jury in and for prevents us from printing other i roads in the county and formulate l' S scription list carfully and find that

.e number are so low that he is not within Bradford county, Florida, during its names now. Go.and see for yourself. plans for some permanent road im I fully 80 per cent of our subscribersare

k the current quota of his local board.It deliberations did make presentmentthat Admission 25 and 35 cents. 7:45 p. m. provement. \ THREE DIPPING VATS now paying their subscription
HAVE BEEN COMPLETED
is absolutely necessary that when the Public Roads of said Countyare S promptly |in advance. Once'started
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fJ an applicant applies for enlistment in in need of great improvement, and I I DEATH OF MR. B. L. MOTT. I they like this plan better. It does
the that he certificate did recommend that some steps be' FIVE CENT LECTURE COURSE
navy bring a sworn Bradford County cattle owners are not seem quite-fair that a large amount
& signed by a justice of the peace, taken for the improvement of said of extra wcrk and should .
The 2nd number in the five cent lecture Mr. B. L. Mott died at his home here in earnest about eradicating the fever expense
notary public, chief of police, minis- roads, I Friday night, Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock following tick. The county is at prestent tak- be borne by us for only 20 per cent.
ter or school superintendent showing And whereas, many citizens of said course comes on of our patrons, and after January 1st .
an illness of several months. ing the lead among the counties of the
Dec. 14.Dean.
date and place of birth and owner- County have insisted that this bodyi I' the Telegraph will be placed the
ship. I take some steps relative to the im- I W. L. Lloyd, Prof. of Horticulture -j Some months ago Mr. Mott was stricken state ,in the matter of constructing strictly cash in advance system.on
he
though
with paralysis, and dipping vats.
the State University at
J. T. ATKINSON provement of the public roatis of in I
1 in Persons who owe for part of a
times any
showed improvement at was *
He write
Gainesville is the speaker. Beginning this morning at the
:- Lieutenant (JG) L. S. Navy Recruit Bradford County, I extremely bad health until death came year will be expected to send in a remittance '
colored stere-' of Commissioner S. T.
ing Officer. And whereas, many citizens and tax he will bring attractive farm County between now and January1st
} tf said County have advocatedto opticon slides to illustrate his lecture, .to relieve his sufferings. Dowling, near Raiford, three new vats
payers to set the date ahead.
Mr. Mott moved to Starke several
which will make it very interestingand will be placed in commission within
this board the necessity of a Bond
'I. We giving this notice in ampletime
are
from Georgia, and had attained _
His being years ago the
; GOES TO REFORM SCHOOL Election for the hardsurfacing of profitable. subject next few days. -
for concerned to make -
alloted everyone
FOR STEALING U. S. MAIL some public roads of Bradford County "Flowers suitable of Florida for home and ornamental culture." I three: score an age and far ten beyond, being the about 87 The community vat recently com- the necessary payment and thus keep
plants pleted citizens living east of
by
the coming to them. There will .
consistent paper
old. He member -
was
Therefore, be it resolved by the We would advise people who haveat I years a church Starke will be charged Saturday be no credit subscriptions after Jan- ,'
of the Primitive Baptist ,
Hiawatha Bartley, the negro boy board of county commissioners of least the love of home and scenic morning, December 8th, and "& large 1st. "

_i who was arrested some time ago for Bradford County, in body assembled, I beauty to bring note books and pen- and those who knew him best say teach-he number of cattle will be dipped duringthe uary : .
tried live to the S .
stealing a parcel post package from that the County Attorney for said ; cils to take down items so as not' to always to up morning, beginning about 8:30 lb

the postoffice here, was carried to Board do consult with the State Road let such information slip through their ings of his church. During his resi- o'clock. NO HOLIDAY RATES WItL BE .'
I dence in Starke he made many close GIVEN BY THE RAILROADS
Jacksonville Wednesday and tried be- of the State of Florida, fingers.
k Department i his County Commissioner R. J. An-
fore United States Commissioner No- relative to hard roads in said County, I I t This lecture will be at the High friends, who are deply grieved at I, drews, of the Lake Butler district -

i. ble. The lad being under 14 years of and that he request said Board to send i I School Auditorium, on account of the death.Besides his wife Mr. Mott- leaves has lately completed a vat and the i There will be no reduced holiday ,
better
age was given a sentence in the United some competent engineer to this Coun-I i stereopticon views having a four and four daughters three of t first dipping will take place there rates given by the railroads this year, '_. -

::- States Reform School at Washington ty to view the many public roads of setting. Notice! It will not be 'at sons the daughters, liv- Tuesday morning, December 11th. as has been the usual custom. This information
the and two of
: D. C., being sent there until he is this County and to consult with and the Baptist Church as announced but sons All of these dippings will be in i. given the Telegraph by
1 I Starke.
17 years of age, which: will be five assist this board in arriving at thebest at the High School. ing ThV in prepared for burialat \charge of Dr. S. W. Harrison, the Mr. T. J. Griffin, local agent for the .
was
g )ears. method toward building hard sur I Everybody plan to attend and that en- the undertaking body parlors of DeWittC. government veterinary inspector, and Seaboard at Starke. It is stated this .'

Those,going from Starve to appear faced roads in this County. courage this worthy enterprise Jones and shipped to Hilliard, L. A. Wynn county agent for the decision has been reached by the railroads ,
refine- was
I is witnesses in the .ease were: Post- The board adjourned until the ,first has only the betterment and its ob- Fla., at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon I state live stock sanitary board. The i of the country on account of 1"1"I

master J. W. Alvarez Chief of_Police Monday in January, 1918. Iraent I of our community for where interment will be made today.J public is invited ,to attend. war conditions.r .

Kite, Charley Mills and G. H. Moseley. W. T. WEEKS, Clerk. 'ject .,

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 7.I 1 ('
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if LEGAL ADVISORY BOARD I HOG CHOLERA CONTROL.

., FOR BRADFORD COUNTYi WASN'TEVENABLE% PROGRAM

Although hog cholera cannot be completely ,
Ji i eradicated from. the United ..-".'..<.,
?' Edward Anderson, in chargeof I States under present conditions, losses TO SIT S.." '"

R the selective draft in this state, has I from the disease can be materially New River Missionary and
}t. been notified that the list of legal advisory reduced by education and organizationof Sand

.000000000000 boards sent by him to the de- hog raisers in the application of UPINBEDHas

--. partment at Washington has been ap- proper sanitary measures and the pro- School Union
0 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. 0 proved. per treatment of hogs with anti-hog 1l '
0 8Oe00eoo The legal advisory board for Dis- cholera serum. This has been shown -

oooo trict No. 4, Bradford county, is com- by the results obtained by the bureauof Suffered for 15 Years and Y
' posed of the following: A. Z. Adkins, the United
: "I pledge my allegiance to my flag E. animal industry of Was Almost a Wreck. Gains To Meet With
: Starke; A. V. Long, Starke, and J. States department of agriculture in
r and the Republic for which it stands;
) 1 Futch, Starke. 25 Pounds After Taking Tan- '
in cholera
experimental work hog con-
s J ,nation; indivisable, with liberty WATER OAK
one .The legal advisory boards are CHURCH
.a appointed trol carried on in a number of'counties lac and Now Feels Fine. -
and justice for all.
'B to help registrants in fillingout during the past four years. The
answers to the questions which described in December
work and its results are 28-30,1917
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Ii YOUR LAD, AND MY LAD will be mailed them by the local ex- I department bulletin No. 584 "The Con- "Tanlac" has done more good than
(By Randall Parrish) emption boards, under the new ruling trol of Hog Cholera," recently pub- all the medicines I have taken for the '
which goes into effect December 15th. lished by the depatrment. past fifteen years and I have actually '
( I Down toward the deep-blue water, All who registered on June 15th will gained twenty-five pounds since tak- fRIDAY. ,

t :; marching to throb of drum, have to make answers to these ques- Hog Raising Thrives Under Control ing it," said Mrs. J. Martin, a well 11:00 Introductory Sermon-----------_____Elder J. H.
From city street and country lane. the tions, whether they have been called One of the important results, according known woman of Vinemont, Ala. I 12:00 Noon Recess. .Kenq.

lines -kahaki come; for examination and exempted or not, to the bulletin, is the fact "Yes, sir, for fifteen long years I .
I The rumbling guns, the sturdy tread, ,and a heavy penalty will be imposed ..that the work while effective in reduc- suffered constantly with a bad case of 1:20 Business of the Union.

are full of grim appeal, :on any who fail to turn in these, an- :: ing the disease, was not repressivewhile stomach trouble and nothing I could 1:40: The Field and Needs of the New River A3sociatiOI ;ii
While rays of western sunshine flashback :swers. in progress on the hog raising find would give me any relief," continued -, ,
t hi .t from burnished steeL industry. On the contrary the industry Mrs Martin. "Gas collected on L. W. Kickliter. .,

r y With eager eyes and cheeks aflame the THE BEST-FED SOL- I.I! thrived in the experimental coun- my stomach and just kept me in mis- 2:00: What Does It Take to Constitute a Live Church? EIder

i t And your dear lad and my dear lad, DIERS IX THE WORLDThe ,ties to a greater degree than in ad- ery nearly all the time and sometimes G. Law. -&-"
t 4 7 are on their way to France. .jacent counties in which no control this gas would seem to get over my
I work was under way. whole body and I suffered until I felt 2:20: What Co-operation Can be Enlisted to Help Weaker
1 American is the best-fed sol- like I counln't stand Churches? Elder N. T. 1SATURDAY.
it longer. King.
A sob clings choking in the throat, as Actual statistics were taken in the any My
!dier in the world. He has more variety .
nerves were all to pieces and I kept
experimental counties and careful estimates -
file on file sweep by,
I Between those cheering multitudes, I i. and more in quantity than any were made in the adjacent getting worse and worse until I was .
of his Allies. His mess hour is the
, of' t to where the great ships lie; 'astonishment of the French natives. counties. These show that in one almost a physical wreck. Finally I 9:45 Prayer and Praise Senices.The =
wheel of three counties where the had to give up and take to my bed i1
columns ,
halt the
The batteries group
They line up in gasping wonder as 10:00: Necessity of a Local Church
to clear-toned bugle-call, I control work has been under way four and from that day until I began tak- Reporter-Open Disco
: the in kahki line with their !
men up ing Tanlac I was so weak I wasn't : sIon.
With shoulders squared and faces years the percentage of loss from .

I front they stand a khaki wall. kits.potatoes They and see rice unlimited, canned quantitiesof tomatoes hog cholera has remained constantly even able to sit up in bed. : 10:20 Work of the B. Y. P. U.------------ __Albert Dui,I]
"Tanlac had been highly ----
so recom-
watcher's cheek, I from one-fourth to two-fifths the
Tears shine on every and peas, dried beans and fresh on- centage of loss in the 15 surrounding per- mended to me that after a while I decided ,; 10:40 Props of the B. Y. P. U.---------___Miss Jessie ThoottfT t1
love speaks in every glance; 1
ions for them three !
prepared
lad and dear lad, square counties. In another of to give it a trial and after the :! 11:00: Sermon.1 1
: For your dear my group exper-
meals day. And they see, to their .
.
a
I. first few doses I knew I had found the. '
imental counties the
are on their way to France. i admiration and astonishment, white average percent- : 12:00 Noon Recess. ,
right medicine at last. I began to : -r.
of loss as compared with that in .
S age :
and white bread-two commodities -I i I 1:20 Business of
sugar Union.
r 1 18 surrounding counties was reduced improve right from the start and have ijjj$
. .: Before them, through a mist of years, that have been as scarce as hen :
from approximately nine-tenths in gained in strength and weight ever : 1:40 Subject: What is the Meaning of Matthew t%
blue
in soldier buff 5-13'
' or teeth in France for the past year. And Elder
since, until all troubles .,
1913 to less than one-third in 1914 and my are now *
Brave comrades from thousand fields ; : B. Johns. "*
J. a they note that the soldier has an allowance : PiS
about stomach
and :
!1 to about one-sixteenth in 1915. gone.Iy nervesare '
;, h watch now in proud review; of twenty ounces of fresh in so much better shape and I 2:00 Why Do We Not Have Old Time RevivalQpen DucUlsion.
j. t' The same old Flag, the same old Faith beef a day, or a substitute of sixteen Community Needs in Combatting the feel so good that I can't help talking 'I .
1
-the Freedom of the World- Cholera.
t' ounces of bacon or tinned salmon; I about it. Tanlac did what nothingelse "; :'i
Spells Duty in those flapping folds and finally that every day threre are : Specialists who have supervised the would do for me, and I just think I :m
.. above long ranks unfurled. dishes of stewed prunes or peaches as i control work of the department reach it's the best medicine on earth." SUNDAY.
'
t : Strong are the hearts which bear desert. the conclusion that while the eradica- 10:00 True Aim of the
Genuine Tanlac is sold by C. P. Ca- Sunday School-_______ B. D. lip:
along Democracy's advance, The little vilage children already: tion of hog cholera can not be expected son in Starke, and by one druggist ineveryother 11:30 The Preparation of the Sunday School LessonIL i
As your dear lad, and my dear lad, know the taste of American dishes, for a considerable time, the material .
t go on their way to France. and some of them are regular in get- I reduction by the use of serum of -Adv. town in Bradford County I I (a) From the Standpoint of the Teacher, J. F. jucmar.

ting titbits from the visitors, who are I the enormous losses which annuallyare I (b) From Standpoint of the Pupil______Miss Doris Law
f k .' The word rings out: a million feet as generous as they are brown. On ', caused by the disease is entirely I 11:00 Preaching-The "
y: tramp forward on the road, Sundays and Wednesdays the soldier 'practicable. The essentials for success BOLL WEEVIL IS GOING SOUTH Missionary Sermon.

II I Along that path of sacrifice o'er which has pie, real American pie with thick, I in combatting the disease, they J. F. KICKLITER,

I their fathers strode. lucious, well-baked crust. I point out, are interest in the part of \V. G. LAW I
That the limits of the infestedby ,
I With eager eyes and cheeks aflame, Our soldiers are learning that a !hog raisers and knowledge of the disease area :
the cotton boll weevil should be
I J.
with cheers,on smiling lips, canvas cot may be sweeter than a ; organization which will facilitate I C. POPPELL, ':
s moved southward this has
These fighting men of '17 move on- couch of down. He is far from any I exchange of information as to again year Committee> I
been determined the State Plan :.:
ward to their ships. evil influences; his life is in the open outbreaks, and secure assistance; ser- by ..
Nor even love may hold them back, and among simple, pure-minded f urn at reasonable prices and easy of Board, which headquarters at the University -. --......
advance, folk the him '! the available service in the of Florida. The infested territory ... :i
or halt that stern country and men over access; and TRESPASS
in Florida is SIGNS.
described Wil-
Aas your dear lad, and my dear lad, are not only officers but fathers. He [community of persons skilled in administering by f
mot Newell, Plant Commissioner, '
go their way to France. is learning that dicipline is the best serum. follows as -
thing that comes to man because thatit : 1 Just off the
I "The Plant Commissioner does here- press, a new lot of'S
RED CROSS HOSPITAL SUPPLIES teaches belief in oneself and be-
I Not of Courses but Dishes. by define, as a result of recent inspec- Trespassing," and "Hunting ForHi.
lief in one's fellow man. These Am-
erican of American mothers Three courses seem to have been the tions by agents of the Plant Board, den" placards. Large type, tat lesrj ,
The report of the committee on the sons j customary menu in medieval times for the counties of Citrus, Sumter, Lake r0 R.
have blossomed into in the truest cardboard. Call at the
men Telegraph
t needs of hospital linen and supplies j I a state banquet less ceremonial feasts and Volusia, and all counties north OLDBONES ef
K: "' for which no patterns are given include sense of the word.-Henri Bazen. : comprising only two, and no private thereof, in the State of Florida, as I flee, Starke. :t t
_
these suggestions: dinner than But each N
: ; | more one. course being boll weevil infested territory. "- -
Dr. Frazee will be with the Lake
Sheets (both bleached and unbleached I might comprise from eight to a dozenI The jump made by the boll weevil \ i
t .) at least 64 inches wide and 102 Butler 11th.Drug Company December 10th I different dishes. Thus at the wedding this year is about the same in extent' .RUBBER COPPER COFFINS CASKETS:
and Those having trouble with
inches long. ': banquet of Henry V there were only as that made last year in Florida, TIRES BRASS II _.
their eyes may see him there and be And a full line of .
Pillow slips of bleached or unbleached !, three courses, yet over 30 different when it moved from Taylor and Madison '
fitted with the best
properly glasses. TUBES
LEAD
ed muslin. Those for French hos- :, dishes are mentioned in the records counties to a tier of counties extending I Undertakers' Supplies ;

t t pitals should be about 28 inches wide Tell it to the Telegraph and tell everybody -, Irrespective of fruits and w nes.-London from Levy to Duval. ROPE SCRAP IRON Automobile Hearse. ,

.{ and 30 inches long and should have Advertise! i 1 Chronicle. Weevils have been found infestingthe Always on hand. The best ;. -
three pairs of tie tapes stitched on the i fields near Inverness in Citrus SEND IT TO USYE REMIT PROrOf: Vice at the lowest Specif try*
inside of the hem to hold the pillow County, north of Leesburg in Lake Write For Pncelist prices. *
: in. For American hospitals they county, and near Deland n Volusia, attention to telegraph orient

: 1 should be 36 by 21 inches. \P '/N511A.4'MfTALC0. \ J
> 1! Plain and bath towels are wanted in Il Registered Embalmer
i t large quantities, as are washclothes, It is not easy to get eggs from 657 E.BAY JACKSONVILLEr
I
i '" the latter made of bath towling or.. JyC'.r #11=1 1iP hens unless you keep good egg pro- DeWITT C. JONES, f

, t closely knitted.Iandkerchiefs. I ducing varieties and give them the Starke, Fla.
i
.1 / are wanted in large right kind of care. I Try a Telegraph want ad. I
quantities (colored preferred; white
1 acceptable.)

t Comfort pillows, all sizes and
shapes. B


i\! t comfort Bright-colored bags but bags unfilled, same for size the as :..,.. ,,. s I
+
1\\ ', men to use in the hospitals for their W ASTINC orWhich?

'!1 s small personal belongings.
jf Next in probable demand are: Py-

:'I jamas, hospital bed shirts, convalescent -

bed shirts, convalescent suits __ ______ ,"
I (lined pyjamas), under drawers, undershirts I
' t: taped hospital bed shirts, Our entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomes JJ

' f I bath robes, bed socks, bed jackets: a national duty:for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste.
( Garments needed in smaller numbers -
: t d---- Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world but
\ I are: Operating caps, operating our own as ,
. ,
,1 ,jl. masks, operating gowns, operating well is almost wholly dependent upon the manner in which we produce and i.
:.. ;. leggins, bandaged-foot socks.
: All other supplies, such as towels, save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and-- ,

If' handkerchiefs, sheets, pillow cases, ItLightTasty depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless F
; acj 5 forth are needed<< continuously ci Such
1b and are always: acceptable.; Makes and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities.

. I f' Official patterns may be obtain; Biscuits L

r\ \. ,. from Red Cross Chapters, stores or % Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bankat

, f : pattern Full directions companies for at making tlO cents accom-each. Just let mother call, "Biscuits for close of business Sept llth 1917.

pany each pattern. Breakfast!I" We're sure there's a

treat that can't be beat in store
-I "IX A BAD WAY biscuits RESOURCES LIABILITIES .
.us tender
t for light,
I M toasty brown and all puffed up Loans andDiscounts] $197,296.91 Capital Stock paid in 25000.00 K
Starke Reader Will Feel
Many Grateful a for This Information. with goodness! For mother is sure StateCounty and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund 10000.00 ;:

of her baking powder Calumet. Claims and Resources 9,416.98 Undi..idedprof, less expenses paid 2.10239,

i If your back gives out; She never disappoints us because Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20000.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 66930 :

r r i I Becomes lame, weak or aching: All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 Deposits 267.568.90.
If bladder troubles set in,
CALUMETBAKING
Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 832,52
I Perhaps your kidneys "are in a bad ,
,
i: way." POWDERnever Cash on hand and in Banks 69,933.08

t I S Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak ....\
I her.4oTMAxBYT.rtIt's
disappoints
: kidneys. TOTAL $305,340.99 TOTAL $305,340.95 f
} # ". i Local evidence proves their merit I dependable Resultsalways -

," '$ Mrs A. E. Moitt, W. Call Street, the -the best. This bank invites
i : .1 Starke says: "I had kidney trouble same you, as a l loyal citizen, to begin saving now. If you 1

It. and suffered from dull, nagging back- Try it.Calumet. are not a depositor, a dollar will open an account for you, and you can deposit
aches. I was also distressed by head- such
contains only l:11'e-
at time in i
aches. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and dients as have been approved c-ft- any any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly. 3<

they relieved the kidney annoyanceand v cially by the U.S.Fwd \u iloriUts.!
rid me of the backaches."

Lasting Benefit. L You Save When You Buy It. Bradford

i k Over three years later, Mrs. Moitt FI You Save When You Use It. County Bank I
St 1 said: "I haven't suffered from any
symptoms of kidney complaint since t HIGHEST W*****
AWARDS
; Doan's Kidney Pills made a cure of

I my case." Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. .
Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't

simply ask for a kidney jemedy-get Starke Florida.
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that ,
Mrs. Moitt has twice publicly recom- BAi4NGchZcAGo N. T. .
RITCH, Pre
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W.T Cu
Week.
mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Vice-Pre J. H. R1TCH

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r FRIDAY DECEMBER 7, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.
.. PAGE THREE

:- (; ST. PETERSBURG.-A man gving LONG BRIDGE.
GUILFORD. Hon. '
rn the name of Ernest Liebman, of New J. S. Douglass filled his regu .
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ? York, was arrested here Monday ands lar appointment at Starke Monday.
\ being held awaiting the arrival of a Mrs. B. J. Sapp is very sick at this Mr. Seth Roberts and Miss Estelle Mr. Hamp Williams left for South

special government investigator, according writing. We hope for her a speedy Dekle were united in the holy bonds of Florida Monday.
to the police. Liebman is alleged recovery.Mr. matrimony last Thursday Mr. S. T. Johnson made a business r ,
[Live Stable News] evening, returning -
to be a secret agent of the German and Mrs. J. R. Merritt and son, to the home of the bridegroomthat trip to Starke Monday.
; government, the police stated. Richard, of Jacksonville, visited the night. Mr. Roberts is one of Un- Prof. J. M. Groover has lately pur-
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. cle Sam's chased a Ford.
selected men and will leave _
Told by Our Exchanges. I Dr. Frazee will be with the Lake Merritt, Sunday.Mr. for the training camp December 15th. \': '

__ 6 J, Butler Drug Company December 10th Roan J. Turner, of Camp Wheeler They have many friends in this com- Looking for Virtues. .i
and 11th. Those having trouble with is home on a few days' furlough. munity who wish for them much hap- When you have a mind to divert !: .
TA'MPA-Thomas J. Whitfield, a JACKSONVILLE-It was announced their eyes may see him there and be We are indeed glad to have him home piness.Mr. your fancy, consider the good qualities t ..J',

wealthy fruit grower of Srostproof at the chamber of commerce Mon properly fitted with the best glasses. with us once more. lie will return to Raymond Pierce and Miss Mattie of your acquaintances; as the enterprising t. rI
instantly killed and J. R. Thorn that the A. B. -
was day Moler aviation camp in a few days. Rivers
were vigor of this man, the
quietly married the
at modesty J
of the same place, seriously in- school would have winter Optimistic
ton at
quarters ThoughtThe Mr. Pierce Crews home of the bride's of another, the '
returned home mother Wednes- liberality of a third .
jured tonight, when Thornton's machine Pablo Beach this season. The "Lit- surest way not to fail is to determIne last Wednesday from Fort Scriven, day, November 21. This popular young i and so on. For there Is nothing so en- .... i ..
in which the two men were rid- tle Coney" building is to be used ., .
as a to succeed. Ga. where
he has been for a few days. couple! have the best wishes of many tertaining as a lively Image of the virtues -
ing, upset on a country road here. factory and machine is .
pear a shop to be He enlisted friends for : :
at exhibited
Jacksonville in
and was a long, happy life. the character of ,
Thornton, taken to a local hospitalin erected near the main structure. Fourteen
What is LAX-FOS sent to Fort Scriven, but failed to pass r Mr. James Williamson, whoh S those we converse with occurring as
an unconscious condition may re- student aviators are here getting the final I .
.
IAX FOS IS examination.Mr. been working at Worthington Springs. numerously as osMbIe. Lot this therefore
cover. ready to fly as soon as the winter AN IMPROVED CASCARA v !
school is opened. A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic and Mrs. R. J. Turner, Mr. J. E. came through here Friday enroute to be always nt hand.-Marcus Au- 1' ;
and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark, Adkins and Miss Aimee Mackery were his home at Lulu. r..liusnttlnilu*. -z
LIVE OAK.-For the frst time in Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black visitors to Starke Satur a '. Misses Lydia and Mary Anderson,
the history of Live Oak, the depositsof TAMPA.-A blind tiger, in which a Root,May Apple Root,Senna Leaves and Mrs. W. T. Turner is very sick at of Brooker, visited our school Friday. To Cure a Cold In One Day.
a bank has reached the one million set of teapots figured most strongly, Pepsin. Combines strength withpala- this writing. We wish her Prof. Take LAXATIVE EROMO Quinine. It stop the
a speedy J.
mark. The statement of the First was raided by Deputy Sheriff J. B. table aromatic taste. Does not gripe 50c. recovery. M. Groover spent the week Cough end Headache and work off the Cold. '.I

National Bank of this city show deposits Cortina at Twentieth street and .. -- .- .- -- -. end with his parents near Brooker. j;: E.Druggists W. GROVE refund fit-nature money if on it each fails box.to cure.oOc. ;

in round numbers of one mil- Twelfth avenue Sunday afternoon.The -- - -. - . T.r11':
lien nine thousand dollars. There are place was a restaurant kept by -. --- t <,1':-*

very few banks in Slorida with depoits Jose and Madcelino Diaz, brothers. Ir{ '.j

of a million dollars, and is the The deputy had an eye on the place .
.
only bank in so far as we can learnin for some time, but it was not until
this section of Florida-between yesterday that he discovered the apparently 't

Jacksonville and Pensacola-in the innocent teapots to be "load- MERRY .
million dollar class. ed" with whiskey. In the raid several CIIRISTMAS '- ,>4"t

of the teapots, each holding nearly .J
quart of booze, were found. The
HASTINGS.-This town is to have
initiated would go into the place and .
another district
drainage which
great order "tea," to be served whiskey, 1.j,
will affect 50,000 acres, stretchingfrom
which would be poured from the teapot -
Yelvington to Shell Bluff. The .
into the ..
cups.JACKSONVILLE.Mayor --= -
land is fertile and when provided with .' -.
drainage will add an immense farming -
to the Hastings sections. The John W. '
area
promoters have worked quietly on the Martin Monday sent a letter to the GIFT TO ALL .V .
project and have now arrived at the city commission recommending that GIFT TO ALL 1
point where they are ready to begin the three city detectives-H. I. Sir- ;;: H

activities, the first of which will be the mans, William McCarrell and H. R. ; ....
,
sale of the bonds. Actual construc- Kelly, accused of cruelty to a fifteen- .
tion work will, of course, be dependent rear-old prisoner, be suspended for 60 .- .J-
upon the sale of the bonds. days without pay. The accused have '-,!
been> under suspension snce the filing I '

of the charges against them. Mayor .. "
'
LAKE CITY.-Frank Callahan, a Martin conducted a preliminary bearing Ill ir : La *'1'
'
farmer living near this city, was shet of the case, and transmitted the .
in the head last night about 10 o'clock evidence to the city commission with- 'if
just outside of M. J. Porter and Com- out recommendation, as he contends,

pany's store in the heart of. town and under the charter, it is the duty of the .
probably fatally wounded. Dr. L. M. commissioners to try the accused. DAYSALE 0
Anderson rendered first aid ,treat- However, the commission, by resolution DAY SALE J

ment after which Callahan was takento requested the mayor to render a
the hospital, where he said Morris decision in the case.

Wiggins, another farmer, shot him.
Wiggins was today arrested by SheriffJ.
Begins
W. Perry and placed in jail to await nounced EUSTIS.-President the appointment Wilson of Clarence an- Begins :.1
the outcome of Callahan's wounds.
Woods of Eustis, as' inspector of explosives ,
The two men were seen together -
young for the State of Florida. He
it is said, just a few minutes be- .
is to be charged with the duty under FRIDAY MORNING
fore the shooting took place. Wig FRIDAY MORNING
direction of the director of the Federal : r
gins.denies that he did the shooting. '
Bureau of Mines, of seeing that the
new federal explosives law is faithfully .

DELAND.-Sunday afternoon afternoon executed and observed. He will Dec. 7 at 7 o'clock Dec. 7 I
Sheriff Morris shot and killeda receive a salary of $2,400 a year. Under at 7 o'clock

negro desperado on the A. C. L. the terms of the law he may at any .
railway tracks a short distance southof time be detailed for service by the SAM ROSENBERG '

Glenwood. The negro had been on director of the bureau of mines in the sharp sh ay ; ;
p'
the noon train, southbound, gettingoff District of Columbia or any state, territory ;,
at Deland Junction after rifling a or dependency of the United

suit case in charge of another negro, States. As the nomination, under the ,, .
belonging to a sawmill operator from ll uage of the law, is made by and To \
Farmton. Knowing the negro to be with the advice and consent of the s.how my appreciation to my friends and :

desperate character, armed with a Senate, confirmation by that b>Jy TS r
revolver stolen from the suit case, necessary, but there is no reason to

chester Sheriff Morris rifle and carried shot.gun.with The him negro Win held.expect that confirmation will be with customers, I have decided to give to all a special J',

was located near Highland Park southof .

Glenwood on the railroad tracks. On GAINESVILLE. Since the menwe're gift sale at the low price and a special gift to each
l
seeing the sheriff the negro pulled his placed in jail here, after an ex ,
revolver and began to run. Not heed amination by United States officers,

ing the sheriff's command to halt he led by Captain Richardson, deputyU. customer which will trade $25.00'or
was shot through the body, the bullet S. marshal at this place it was more. l:
piercing the heart.JACKSONVILLE.W.. discovered that two of the four draft

dodgers, Horace Strickland and ar-

thur Rowe, arrested on Cat Island
s L. Payne,
manager of the Seventh and Main Sunday were really deserters from ,
Camp Wheeler, and were turned over
street store of the Whiddon chain of '
groceries, with J. R. Howard, a to the proper authorities for handling
Under the draft law their have
salesman, were held up at the pointof names
been called for examination by the ,
pistols by two white' men Saturday I
night at about 10:50 o'clock and forcedto county boards, men who are subject
: I
to the draft and who dodge service
turn over the contents of the cash
register and the safe, between $400 are classed as deserters. Although
this is the law, before l i
they are really;
and $450 in cash. There was nothing
called into service it is doubtful if the
spectacular about the whole transaction A surprise package to each customer which
or the manner in which the men punishment meted out to them wouldbe ,
with as severe as if they had been
the pistols acted until the haul 'r
was made. One of the number then examined and accepted for service. In will be Valued from
stated, "Don't you come to this dooror the case of these young men, both $1.00 to $5.00. Be sure and i .':
from Suwanee counties, they will receive -
we will kill you. The throbbing :

engine of an automobile could be deserters due, punishment having been as drafted full-fledge, accepted be at the hour. 1
heard outside at the time and soon the opening Special attention given
exaust echoed back for service, and had escapedfrom <
that j
showing they
.. Camp Wheeler, at Macon, where :
were speeding fast
-away. they were sent for training. I to outside Starke customers. ,'


DADE CITY.-Deputy Fish Com WAUCHULA-A distressing accident p. ;

missioner Williams of Tampa, was in occured here Thanksgivingmorning 7


town found Manatee Tuesday of the mullet county fish here having from to in this the some traced place.'possessi point a shipment He on in- G.they James. James were, was when out had on shot fired the Horse by eldest one his Creek barrel father son hunting.Mr. of of while his F.. II Watch fur Our Prices in Our Big Ad in the Im Issue I: Next Week :: .


of Wilson Yarber, a negro fish dealer,
gun and he unbreeched it and started
t :
.against whom he made complaint for to place another shell in the gun whenin I .
having the fish in his possession in jthe some way the shell was dischargedas t .;

closed season. Yarbor plead guilty he threw the gun in breech. The ; i
and was fined $50 and costs. A barrel .
boy was standing in front of him of fresh mullet found in the possession with his gun on his right shoulder. ts
.
of Yarbor was taken in char ge The load of shot struck his right arm j
by the officers, who, not desiring to destroy A J
at the wrist, tearing away a part of Cash r'
.r so much good food at this time, the bone from the wrist joint for Department r .
.
took the
fish to the business part of several inches up the arm. The stockof

town and, where dozens of people flockedin the pun on the boy's shoulder was I j .
soon thoroughly distributed the blown to peces. When the accident -
unlawful catch. happened the father and son were l J.
r
about half mile from their car.T l

MIAMI.-Two men are in the city boy was helped to the car and JL bandage I
hospital, placed around the arm. Th V fJ j
badly injured, as the result
of an explosion of naptha gas in a cistern drove at once to Ona, where t .
v at the new Bokwalter residenceat wound was dressed by Dr. Spear. Store -I i t

the corner of Broadway and Brick- wound is a serious one but it is n I if I i

*H avenue. It is believed both will believed tha tit will result in any permanent \ :

live. The accident occurred when Joseph injury to the young man. .

Little who was building a sidewalk was a narrow escape, as the boy's an : fJ

in front of the Bokwalter residence standing in the position he was / I i! ....
went down in the cistern to rescue wnen the gun fired, was only a few .
A. Munroe, a colored laborer, who inches from his head 1!
had been overcome by naptha fumes

from the paint with which be was waterproofing UN .QuMN. Tbat DOM im Mud till 811I Starke Florida -. .
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the excavation. As it wasdark Because of ttt tonic and Uxatire rifectJ.AXAo
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tern. A lantern was lowered and almost rincinc in bead. Remember the fall name and
instantly the explosion took place for the signature ol E. W. GROVE. 30c. =:::: .'

throwing Mr. Little:Bodily out of the '-l
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I rAGE FOUR -. BRADFORD COL:.-s_ TELF{;Ar'n. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 7.f 111 7t-i---


4: Bradford THE LAST CALL OPPORTUNITY FOR FARMERS W. 0. \V. ELECTION. Duncan. In 1896 he left here and went "Nothing to Wear"-W -.f<

Coooty Telegraph I back to his home in New York wherehe Johnson. "** _*,'if.'o._...
secured a position with Roth & eddie's <
t This is the last call to advertiserswho I Mr. H. A. Shaver, of the local can- Members of All Friends camp W. 0. Lass, since then making several chan- Fowler. Than ksgi-ng" Yf.;

Published Weekly, and entered as sec want their announcements in the ning factory, says he will be gladto W. are notified that the next regular ges, until finally ran a business of his Duet,
1\lelodY-Estelle
ond class matter at the post-office at holiday number of the Telegraph. The make arrangements for the can- meeting, December 14th, is the date own, line known as converting cotton lIenrietta Rosen"and ]'
holiday number will be published next ning of beans if the farmers of the set for the election of officers for the a Padgett %
Starke Florida. goods. In this he has been very Reading
I Friday. If have anything to territory contigious to Starke will "Going ,for the Doct
you say ensuingyear. All members requestedto successful. The family came to Florida Clance PrIester. l".:;, '
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to holiday shoppers send plant a sufficient in beans to
your copy acreage
r }r E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner in at once. supply the factory. He asks that all be present. to spend the winter in St. Peters "A Letter From a Thanks .i- 'f
burg. This was the first time Mr. Turkey Gobbler"-
who to beans losie Bennet' .J:
G. B. JORDAN, Associate Editor. are willing plant for >
IN MEMORIAM1.. Duncan had seen his young friend in "When the Frost is
market to call on him and state how LAKE BUTLER.Miss on the
nine
much land theywill put to beans the years. kin"-Eldred Duncan. ,.i :
THE STATE FARM. Lois McRae, the 3-year old daughter coming season. Mr. Shaver says he Mr. Caspar Duncan, who is attend- Trio, Waltz, Op. 100 No. 2 (Std .
., of the W. C. T. U., ing Sutherland college at DeLand, ,
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. :McRae, I will order sufficient seed to supply all Stratton, bog)-Blanche Alderman
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Bradford county- has a boon not to passed away after a brief illness on I those who will agree to plant them. of Jacksonville* delivered an addressat was home last week spending the Kerce, Willie Mae JobnsoiT"Tom's :. l4oaa.
December 1st. Sinai August 2nd, 1914 the Baptist church at this place Thanksgiving holidays with his parents Reading, "To Late <
; be found anywhere else in the world. ; Of course, the farmers of the county Thank, ';, i'
this little one has been the light of last Sunday evening. There was an i :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan.A Story-Margaret Townsen&L :
It is the State Farm. Modestly designed would not expect the plant to go ;;
this bereaved home. I immense crowd and every one present telegram was received by the Thanksgiving"
at first as a place where the ahead and make arrangements for the
state convicts could make their own Interment was made in Crosby cem- canning of beans next spring unless seemed deeply interested and appre- Bradford County Telegraph represen- "An Afternoon Tea"J1j'Reading
ciated the speaking.Mr. tative in Lake Butler from Santa nes Rawls. '
etery Dec. 2nd.
support, or at least be employed it the management was assured that .
I! ; has become, through the efforts of its The sympathy of the entire com- the farmers would devote enough Mortimer J. Mack, wife and two Claus, Some-Where-Land, stating that I Duet, "Lenchtkngeln" (BehM- J
i I ; able superintendent, an agricultural munity goes out to this sorrowing acreage to this crop to afford a sufficient children spent Thanksgiving with Mr. he wished him to place mail boxes indifferent 'sle Mae Colson and Mildred Roberta."
:' demonstration station. While much of family. supply. As Mr. Shaver has had and Mrs. L. A. Duncan. Twentytwoyears portions of the town for the "Reading, "Baking for the Part e't 1'i
"Safely, safely gathered in Mortimer quite a lad children to place their letters in for -Ida Stewart.
the work is probably experimental, the considerable experience in the can- ago was \1' !
good judgment and thorough knowl- Far,from sorrow, far from sin, ning business, in this state as well as and made his home with Mr. and Mrs. horn, and same will be published in the "Jes' Before Thanksgiving:g :. '
God has saved from strive, issue of the Bradford County Tele- old Pries r. .
weary
edge of Superintendent Purvis make others, we would suggest that all who \ .!
In its dawn this fresh life graph of the 14th inst. Children will i Duet "Serenata" .
a success of all experiments. Here are young ; are interested in this proposition call .4. + + + + + + + + + + + + (Moszkonaki-) :
shown, not on tiny plots, but on im- Now it waits for us above, on Mr. Shaver and have a talk with + LEGAL NOTICES 4Sheriff's find one of these mail boxes. at ,the Winnie Townsend and Mona Aldennaa

mense fields, how the ground shouldbe Resting in the Saviour's love; him. He is in position to give them + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + following stores: 1\ Reading, "Landing of the Pir! ua" ,
Jesus grant that we may meet East Butler-H. L. Fowler, R. E. Forefathers"-Irene
for Stewart.
prepared, planted and tilled ev. some valuable pointers on growing _
: ery crop that will grow here. Also how, There, adoring, at Thy.feet." beans for market. and there is no Sale. Dell. I I "Young America"-Georgia Epper,'.
products should be harvested and stored doubt that there will be a good de- Notice is hereby given that under West Butler-Wm. M. Overstreet" son.Trio
t and how feeds should be fed out. HERE'S A POSER mand for them next spring.In and by virtue of that certain writ of Lake Butler Drug Co. | "Mazurka" (Weber-H uiJ
i On this great farm there is probablyless ; speaking about canning, Mr. execution issued out of and under the. Posters are being placed over town I!j etta Padgett, Lula Scarborough, and
waste than on the smallest farm One of our out of town advertisers Shaver also stated that he would be seal of the circuit court in and for advertising that the Sun Bros. circus : Christine Townsend. :
in the county, for much that would be who says he gets results from pleased to put in a steam evaporatorfor Bradford county, Fla., bearing date will be here on the 13th of December.Mr. I Reading, "Little Orphan Annie":
the 6th of December, A. D. 1917, T. D. Proctor, of Folkston, Ga., Aline
day Knight.
considered of no value by the average ..his advertising, asks us why Starke the purpose of making syrup, if *
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farmer, is here utilized for some pur- business men do not advertise more the farmers of the county wanted to and issued in that certain cause therein was in our town this week. We are i "A Thanksgiving Day"poar h-' _
pose or another. Cleanliness and order freely in the Telegraph.The go into the raising of sugar cane on pending wherein the W. T. Raw- glad to learn our old Lake Butler boy I pils.
o everywhere. Modern implementsof I question is a poser to us. The an extensive scale. He will buy the leigh Company, a corporation is plain- will be with us again, as he has leas "Psalm of Marriage"-Russie Wart ;

all kinds abound, and prospective only answer we can think of it that cane/at a certain price per ton, or will tiff, and J. P. Gufford, J. L. Gufford, ed the Bradford County Times for one Duet "Russian Intermezzo" (Fran:'
purchasers of such may here see the Starke business men have failed, and make up the syrup for the farmers," L. A. Jones, and W. / King defend- year, commencing Jan. 1, 1918. It J 1 ke-Elizabeth Townsend, Jessie Mt,!
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advantage of one over the other, or are failing, to make use of the one and can it for market, doing the workat ants, I, W. J. Epperson, as sheriff of will continue under the present man- Colson.
f find out the particular"work for which great means that they have of attracting less cost to the cane growers than Bradford county, Florida, have levied agement until that time. | Reading, "The First Thanfcghintl .
I : each is best fitted. more trade to their places of they could put up their own syrup. on that certain real property as the Miss Alma Andrews was a visitorto Day"-Edna Epperson.

j t Live stock of all kinds are kept, business. A; paper that covers its He says he can secure a carload of I(property of the said J. L. Gufford, one Lake City Sunday.Mr. "Thanksgiving Memories-Wiry
; and the improved breeds may here be territory as completely as the Tele- seed cane if the farmers will take the of the above named defendants, de- Perman Roberts, of Graham, Townsend. .
f'I.- studied as well as the best method of graph does is the biggest asset at the matter up with him. scribed as follows: Lot No. 2 of the was a visitor to Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. Duet, "Grand *' .
i-- caring for and handling them. command of the business man who How about it Mr. Farmer? Here northeast quarter of section 2, town- Riley Wasdin, of Graham, vis- (Bohm-Mona Alderman Military Gabp ,
Omie ,
\ Silos, which in the future will play wishes to keep his business growing is an opportunity to do your bit toward ship 8, south. .of range ,22 east, also ited Lake Butler Monday.Mr. borough.IS So"
( an important part in stock farming steadily. That Starke business men, increasing the food supply of the north half of the southwest quar- E. J. Dowling, of Graham, spent

::. in the county, can here be seen and do not recognize this fact is the sourceof the nation, and to make good money ter of the northeast quarter of sec- Saturday and Sunday in Lake Butler.
: their management can be learned. a loss of business to themselves, in so doing. Then it opens a way for tion 21, township 8, south of range 22 Mr. Zackie Chastain, of Lake City, YOUR LIFE INSURED' ,jl
i Composting of manures is an im- to the town and to the Telegraph. you to diversify, which is the best East, containing in all 106 and 80-100 visited his brother, Mr. J. R. Chas- !1 represent the oldest ?
> portant item here and it is done in a During the months of September, method of combatting the boll weevil. acres, more or less, less right of way tain last week. in company! *
f scientific manner. At least while the October and November 536 persons There is rio doubt but that the grow of the G. S. & F. railway and less Misses Maude Hunter and Shellie America-The Mutual life k

war lasts, the farmers will be com paid subscriptions to the /TelegraphlBusiness ing of food stuffs by the farmers will south half lying east of G. S. & F. Ry., Chastain spent the week-end with of New York. *|
pelled to make their,own farms pro- men certainly connot doubt, prove to be a profitable business. of northwest quarter of northeast friends and relatives at Lake City. Jos. ,
E.
duce the greater part of the'fertilizers in the face of this evidence, that ad There is a shortage of food that be- quarter of section 2, township 8, southof The Wilson Remedy Company are Wilson, Starke, Florida.-, !?

for their crops, and they cannot vertising in its columns will reach the comes greater every day, and this range 22 east, in Bradford coun- having such a heavy demand for their _.
learn too much ofthe modus operandi people of thier trade territory. condition is not to be remedied in one ty Florida. And I will offer the same hog worm remedy that Mr. Wilson :
of compost making. year, either. Never before has suchan for sale on Monday, the 7th day of says that he is kept busy as can be .t
;e The things mentioned and hundreds MODERN WOODMEN ELECT opportunity for the farmer to make : January, A. D. 1918, the same being a shipping it all over Dixie. Gti to F

"f of others may be studied at the State OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR money in the production of food crops I'legal sales day, between eleven o'clockin Mr. E. Klondes spent the week in
Farm. While the officers have no time been anything like what it is today. the a. m. and two o'clock in thep. I St. Augustine prospecting.B. Lime Frank's

i to answer idle questions, they cour- At an enthusiastic meeting of the We have an enormous army in France m., the same being the legal hoursof M. Wilson was in Jacksonville Shop t
.. teously explain matters when asked to Starke Camp, Modern Woodmen of which must be fed; we have got to sale, in front of the court house Tuesday on business.
I do so by those who wish to learn. America, held Wednesday evening, the supply England with food for her door in Starke Bradford county Flor Mr. J. S. Howard, of Dukes, passed For ._ _
f' The few erfp riment stations of the following officers were elected for the army, or at least the greater of it, and ida, and sell the same to the highestand through Tuesday on a day's visit to -- "

," n country are all small affairs, where year 1918: the same applies to France. It is best bidder for cash. Jacksonville.Mrs. All kinds 0 f Farming Imple ,
S experimenting only is done and where Consul, L. G. Powell. said "Opportunity knocks once at W. Ji: EPPERSON, W. E. White, of Macon, Ga., h;
; .' the outcome is uncertain. Here, to Past Consul, J. E. Wilson. every man's door" and if this be true, Sheriff, Bradford county, Fla. is here visiting her parents, Rev. and menu. I manufacture them. My
the contrary, everything is practical Adviser, G. C. Cady. it is knocking loud and long at the A. Z. ADKINS, Mrs. Paul Kendall. Mr. White is a Double Stocks are adjustable fe 4-

'L and all work is done with a view toward Banker, S. L. Peek. door of every farmer: in the land, especially Atorney. 12-7-5t. first lieutenant in the 121st infantry every respect Slide attaddL "
I producing satisfactory results Clerk, J. C. Robinson. those of this state. at Camp Wheeler.
t. ; f'. with the least expenditure of time and Escort, W. C. Powell. Bill for Foreclosure.In ,I The following program was given they never need re-weldinj... Plea- 9
{ r! money. Watchman, L. D. Green. PEANUTS PEANUTS by the Lake Butler High School, class ty of Plow Steel.
Every farmer should visit the State circuit court, 8th judicial circuitof of Music
Sentry, R. R. Prevatt. THE THREE-FOLI CROP and Expression, Wednesday
I Farm as often as possible and take Physician, J. P..Tomlinson. Florida, Bradford County.The I evening, November 28th, at 7:30: 11"" -
r' planty of time for his visits. All that Trustees, E. M. Johns, N. Stern- American Trust Company, a Orchestra, (a) "One Fleeting Hour"b T. F. RIVERS
Peanuts will fill barn with
l ypur corporation administrator of the estate Prop
can be learned by a cursory inspection berg, R. A. Weeks. ( ) selection from "The Firefly"High ,
i is that the farming there is successful on.cov rahtr ahtd darth rarth raftec! of G, F. Markillie, deceased, School Orchestra. ,.
but the details worth -- SCLAY forage-your smoke house with bacon vs Lake Butler Fla. t
f- many are Reading, "The Young School Re ,
,. inquiring into, and this takes time. HILL. -your pockets with money. Doubleyour W. S. Parker, Della Parker, his wife former"-Blanche Alderman. I "".
r acreage next spring. Write me Garfield Johnson and H. M. Fleming, I .f

I : Congress is again in session and we 'I Arthur Wilkinson, George Carter, today for prices on the N. C. flat vine as executor, of Harriet J2. Fairhead,

" hope the members will prove themselves Raiford Starling, Jim Carter, EJisha seed peanuts. deceased, Joseph Coffin, MaUby Com
i. .. big enough to forget petty politics Wilkinson and Chap Wilkinson, sol- H. T. Hall, Lowell, Fla. 12-17-tf. pany, a corporation, et al.

I' !: and unite in passing measures dier boys of Clay Hill, spent Thanks- Bill For Foreclosure.' H. L FOWLER
i" that will-be of real benefit to the naI' giving at home. Notice to Appear.
I';, tion. 'In the past congress has paid Mrs. Billie Starling was carried to CLASSIFIED The State of Florida to Garfield
Starkelast Johnson, H. M. Fleming as executor of
: too much attention to politics instead Sunday for medical treatment -
!' Harriet E. Fairhead, deceased, Joseph The Finder Man
:',. of policies. Mr. Starling accompanied her,
I returning Monday. Coffin, and Malsby Company, a cor-

I It is reported that J. B. Hodges, of Honor Roll. WANTED-Good man to work on poration, Greetings:
Lake City, has a hankering to be congressman Primer-Freeman Padgett, Leonard farm. Apply to H. L. Stevenson, It having been shown by affidavits
t from the Second District. Strickland. Starke, Fla.,, 12-7-2t. that the defendants Garfield Johnson, A
fulll
line
of
: The job is at present held by Hon. Second Grade-Maude Padgett; H. M. Fleming as executor of Har- Hardware g

Frank Clark, and as there has been Alonzo Haymans, Grace Padgett. WE BUY HONEY-Send"samples to riet E. Fairhead, deceased, Joseph
no intimation that he is planning to Third Grade-Maude Wilkinson, Ef. Jacksonville Cracker Works, Jack- Coffin, and Malsby Company, a cor- s

; i give it up there is likely to be some fie Starling, Eliza Strickland, Irene sonville, Fla. ll-30-5t. poration, are non-residents of the Furniture of all kinds
lively campaigning just before the Wilkinson. state of Florida, and that the residence -

next election is held. It is hardly nec- Fourth Grade-Clara Prescott and FOR SALE-Medium sized mare at of said defendants is as follows:
> essary to remark that Frank Clark Leo Wilkinson. reasonable price. T. H. Halligan, Garfield Johnson of the city of Atlanta -t ,
., knows how to do the campaigning in Our school attendance is improving Starke. 1123tf. Georgia, general delivery; H. M.

f a way that brings results.Manatee I since cane grinding and potato dig- Fleming as executor of Harriet E.
11 River Journal. ging is over. LOST-11 head of goats, marked Fairhead, deceased, of San Diego, Cal- Goods Arriving Daily ;
t swallow-fork in one ear, crop in the ifornia, general delivery; Joseph Cof-
\ > Reports from Tampa are to the effect other. Suitable reward for infor- fin residence unknown other than he
I.. w that one of the large breweries in iHANDS mation. D. Boree, Starke. It. is a resident of the United States of

t that city is to be converted into a sug- ARMS America, Malsby Company, a corpora- Z
ar refining plant. We certainly can't I FORSALE CHEAP-A new Fair- tion, created under the laws of the A Carload of Wire Just ReceivedI

see why a sugar refinery would not bea banks-Morse 3 hp "Z" oil engine, state of Georgia, with its principal 1
paying proposition in this state. LIMBS ASLEEP with built-in magneto. Enoch Gnf- place of business in the city of Atlanta -

Florida can produce just as much sug.it fis, Lawtey, Fla. 11234t. Ga., and that said defendants are

cane as Louisiana, and if we had a over the age of twenty-one years, and '
i number of refineries located in the And Was RUD :Down, Weak and FOR SALE-Pair of good mules. Cashor there is no person in the state of I sell l nothing but good Finder Seed ,
state the farmers would find that sug- terms. Price right. J. M. Brown- Florida the service of subpoena upon

ar cane would prove one of their most Nenrous, Says Florida Lady. i lee, Starke. 1123tf. whom would bind the said above named and have stock 'of'

valuable crops. Fire Bottles of Cardoi !I defendants.It a good
FOR SALE A 40-acre farm
near I is therefore ordered considerad
i : Among the many things we are Made Her Well Lawtey known as the Fisher farm. and adjudged that the said, defendants thin on hnd i c w.
;, Everything on it goes with sale. Inspection N
learning from the war exigencies is Garfield Johnson, H. M. Fleming,
... I that large farms are the most profit- Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Prtne, invited. Address A. M. Van as executor of 'Harriet E. Fairhead, .
able. There is no waste of time on of this place, says: "After the birthof Dyke, Lawtey. 12-7-tf. deceased, Joseph Coffin, Malsby Company
t such farms and no waste of animal my last child... got very much a corporation, created under the WHERE
1 J power. Wide gauge implements canS run-down and weakened, so much FOR SALE-Forty-acre farm 2% laws of the state of Georgia, with its
that I could hardly do anything at miles southeast of Starke, small new
of
be used and tractors can be employed principal place business in the city
l. t profitably for the heavy work. Supplies all.I could I was scarcely so awfully endure nervous the least that house and in;*cultivation.18 acres under Cheap wire for fence cash. of Atlanta, Ga., do appear to the complainant's Z 1355-1357-1359 Main St.

; can be bought at wholesale rates. noise. My condition was bill of complaint herein on
getting Wallace Mills
; I Less fertilizer and less careful tillage worse all the time... Starke. 1123tf. or before the 7th day of January, A.

... will do. The fences cost much less in I knew I must have some relief or FOR SALE-20 acre farm 2% miles D. 1918, in default whereof a decreepro O Lake .Butler Florida
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I proportion on large farms than on I would soon be In the bed and In aserious confesso will be entered aranst ,
C small ones. All this makes for gen- condition for I felt so badly from Starke on Kingsley road; all the said Garfield Johnson, H. M. Flem-
eral farming. Where intensive til- and was so nervous and weak I could well fenced and under cultivation; ing as executor of Harriet E. Fair- ,

,. ". lage has to be pursued, as in growing hardly live. My husband asked Dr. two-story dwelling, good barn, 90- head, deceased, Joseph Coffin and i
foot well
about taking CarduL near school. For terms I'
my He ;
strawberries truck the Malsby
and small farm Company, a corporation. ,
said 'It's a gdod medicine and good set! S. L. Alvarez. 1116tf.
will bring proportionately the best reo for that trouble', so he got me 5 bot It is further ordered that this no-

-. turns. tles..After about the second bottle I FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acro. tice be published in the Bradford
,f felt greatly improved...before taking farm 2% miles east of Starke, 14 bounty Telegraph, a newspaper pub- LAKE
BAKERY
.k NEWSOM FARM SOLD It would my limbs go to sleep.and hands After and arms acres in cultivation, good house and lished at Starke in Bradford county, BUTLER
taking it, Florida
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barn, location for once each week for five
good stock con-
however this range,
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J. G. Boyd, of the Lake Butler section poor circulation disap secutive weeks.In .
t 'f has bought the Newsom farm peared. My strength came back to in center of strawberry section. For $."
two miles southeast of Starke and will me and I was soon on the road to particulars address C. A. .Johnson, witness whereof, I have hereunto Lake Butler Florida
health. After the of Station No. 3 Fla. set hand and 7
i move there in the near future. The use about 5 bot- Gary, 10-5-tf. my affixed the seal ,
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tles I could do all houseworkand of circuit
my our
-I court on this the 6th day
: farm consists of 80 and has
acres,
1 attend to my six children be- FOR SALE-The place belonging to : of December, A. D. 1917.
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good buildings.and,successful Mr. Boyd young is an farmer industrious -- sides.You" can feel safe in giving Cardu the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains W. 'T. WEEKS, Clerk. j i Bread Cakes and Pies
80 acres, 40 under wire
good fence. Cooper
,, (/ this and section.will be,welcomed as"a citizen of a contains thorough no trial.for harmful your or habit-forming troubles. It Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one. Long,, Cooper solicitors& for Osborne Complainant.and A. V. I f;

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barn. Located 1% miles --
drugs, but is composed of mild, vege- from Starke (Seal) 12-7-5t.
table, medicinal ingredients with no one-half mile from church, one mile L. C. SMITH Proprietor ;
Daily Thought. bad aftereffects. Thousands of women from school. For further informa Time.is money. Don't waste it ,

A single grateful 'thought turned have voluntarily written telling of tion write A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or hunting stray stock. Put an ad in the Prompt Phone 78:
heavenward is the most perfect prayer. the good Cardui has done them. It see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for Telegraph and the animals will soon Delivery
':"Lessing. Should help you too. Try it. E 74 I directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf be located."NycT I

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Hoover Bros wish to announce to Ed. Burnsed, of Jacksonville, wasa VIVIRETTE FLOYD CELEBRATES- BAPTIST CHURCH f

r their customers that they have discon- visitor to Starke Sunday. BIRTHDAYOn -

If tinued their kodak finishing depart-
Dr. Ray Palmer will be with .
ment. They will hereafter devote Take your family with you for sup- afternoon us one f
from threeto
Tuesday more Sunday His fine
I Bits of LocalInformation messages are ,
their entire time to jx rtrait work, per at the Futch building Friday five, little Miss Vivirette Floyd not enough people are hearing him.
, viewing, enlarging, etc. It. night.
celebrated her 12th birthday by en- It is ar. opportunity of a life-time.

tertaining a number of her friends, Don't fail to hear him next Sunday. ?
Lieut. H. C. Richard visitor Miss Rhoda Lagergren, of Jackson-
was a at the home of her grandfather, Mr. Quite a number have professed con- '
.to Lawtey Tuesday. ville, is spending a vacation with relatives N. T. Ritch. version.
P IIw
here. ?
c-.ur"'l s4 W II i The young; hostess received many W. G. LAW. Pastor. -
....... **.tCma.r f I] T. P. Ward, of Brooker was a burliness beautiful and useful gifts from her
visitor to Starke Prof. R. A. Greene came from
Monday. over guests, and the children spent a delightful Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev-
Live Oak to the
spend Thanksgiving y
afternoon playing and en- erybody. Advertise!
Useful and practical Christmas holidays in Starke. .
-- joying the birthday feast. Miss
i t Arrow collars at Sternberg's. I Rev. T. L. Z. Barr left Monday gifts for all can be found at Stump's.Mr. Lucile Tatum assisted Miss Nannie r eta

F morning for Miami, where he will attend E. N. Anderson, of the Brooker sec- Howell in serving the young people

t Mr. W. B. Brannen, of Lake Butler, the. annual conference of the F. H. Long was in Lawtey on tion, was transacting business in the with fruit salad and cake, vanilla AUTOSDr.
business of his .
firm city
was in Starke on business Monday. Methodist church. Saturday. Thursday. wafers and various kins of fruit, the

i table being centered by"a large birth- the '
'
Mr. Mrs. J. H. of the Tomlinson-selU, OVERLAND; ;
and J. E. Wilson were visitors Kelly, Brooker section,
;. Fruitcake materials for sale at J. F. Let Hollingsworth repair your shoes. day cake, on which was placed
1 Chas.'Marks the NASH
to Lawtey Sunday. was a business visitor to Starke twelve candles. ;
* Kickliter's.I Best workmanship, best material-
I rubber or leather. Opposite courthouse Thursday. Those enjoying this pleasant affair Jesse Alexander the CHEVROLET;

Stone's fruitcakes, fresh from At- Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and chil- were Charley Marks, Hamilton Ritch, Albert Anderson the FORD.
dren were visitors to Lawtey Sunday.R. Christmas gifts for men, women. and
Ethel
Griffin
l lanta, for sale at Kickliter's.r Audrey Johns, Fannie '
Miss May Fripp came over from children at Stump's.Miss 'Darby, Charles Darby, Louise An- We sell INSURANCE on these cars j.

| Take supper at the Futch building Live Oak to spend the Thanksgiving L. Mott, of Hampton Springs, is drews, Elizabeth Brownlee, Iris Ep or ANY OTHER.J. .

* Friday night. holiday with her uncle, Mr. L. C. Powell visiting his parents in this city. Mae Fripp, a member of the person, Margaret Long Telfair Long,
high school at Live Oak R. DAVIS & CO.
faculty spent
i L. and family. Comer Long, Katie Belle Green, Allie {
$ Mr. L. H. Hill, the well-known real the holidays in Starke guest at the
i:' A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. a Mae Green, Nellie Mott, Winnie Mott, Starke, Fla. :
t A. Weeks Thursday, November 29th. Our fine weave blue serge suits are estate agent of Lawtey, was attendingto home of Mr. L. C. PowelL Joe Wainright, Thomas Limbaugh,
business in
f:? now arriving for the Christmas trade. Starke Monday. Joe Sistrunk, Tulian Canova, Elise
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins children
and
a] : W. H. Philips, of Jacksonville, was A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co., Raiford returned Jones, Alda Fryer, Kate Young, Lucile r
Beautiful coats and coat suits at home yesterday after a visit
.
Tatum
\i' in the city Monday. Fla.1 Louise Fernandez, Isabelle '
Sternberg's.Mr. in Gainesville with Mrs. M. E. Ed- Fernandez. FRUIT TREES
wards and :Mrs. J. C. Adkins. ,
i If U. D. Miner spent Monday in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stearns, of 4,
and Mrs. G. W. Anderson
it sonville attending court. Brooklyn, N. Y., are visitors at the of I have everything in Fruit'
; Raiford, were visitors to Starke Tues- Private Roan J. Turner, of Camp PROTRACTED MEETING AT RAI-
home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull Mr.
day. Wheeler, spent week-end furloughwith Trees Flowers
a
fresh Stearns is Mr. Hull's nephew. FORD Shrubbery, .
Cedar day.
12 < Key oysters, every t his family in the New River sec-
;t.Brymer's fish.market, phone 109. Miss Emma Powell spent the week- tion. and Evergreen. Best stock, '
Sergeant William M. Wainwright The Telegraph is to
requested
end at Waldo, the guest of Miss Al- i an- lowest I have the
it t Dr. J. 0. Haynes was a business vis returned to Anniston, Ala., last Friday nounce that a protracted meeting will prices.
leen Kramer. :Mrs. L. E. Moseley, of Bay Lake,
:.' itor to Jacksonville last Friday afternoon, after a pleasant visit has been in Starke this week on a visit be started at the Christian Churchat agencfor the
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Raiford on Monday night, December -
t J. P. Robinson returned to Jackson- to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
E. E. Burney, of Lawtey, was attending Wainwright. 10th. Rev. McGuire will conductthe '
to business in Starke Mon- ville Monday, after spending ten daysin Manning. services. Quick Edge Sharpener
Starke with his family.
o day. Frank Lane, who has been spending The ladies of the Methodist church for scissors and knives. Come '

f, I I the past ten days in Starke with relatives Special sale of hats for ladies, misses will give a bazaar and chicken pilau MOORE-MAYO. and See at Jones % ,
me
see one.
Born to Mr. and Mrs.,W. H. Philips left Sunday night for Camp and little girls at Stump's.Sinclair supper at the Futch building Friday _.
;; Monday morning, December 3rd, a Wheeler, Macon, Ga., being attachedto 'afternoon and night. Your patronage Hardware Store: .
I I the Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey Moore
._ quartermaster's corps. Peek is his :is solicited.
now making announce the engagement and
approaching -
girl.A. home in the Weeks of W. M. TURNER
cottage,
of Heilbronn at- stock of hand and corner marriage of their daughter,
A. Wainwright, Large goods on The
Call and streets. Bradford County High SAool
Cherry Ave Lee, to Mr. Charles Young Mayo
; tended to business in Jacksonville Fri- all going at reduced prices for ten Starke Fla.
will
be in session tomorrow (Saturday ,
days Dec. 1. Trading Jr., of Pollard, Ala., the wedding to
beginning Young
day. Co. Thomas. Dix and son, oCthe Lake ) to make up for the day after take place December 27, 1917. -

1 Butler section, were visitors to StirkoMonday. Thanksgiving which was not taught.It I I f
Mr. W, G. Seals, of Hampton, stop- :
--
is hoped that the attendance will be --- --- -- f
ped over in the city for'a few hours Messrs. J. A. McMillan and Dennis good. I ',

Friday afternoon. Hooker, of Scotland, Ga., are 'in the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miner spent
this week. Mr. McMillan will
city assist the week-end in Lawtey, guests- of MR and Mrs. C. H. Harrison, :Miss
Mr. and Mis. W. P. Robinson and his brother in the market they recently -
Mrs. Miner's father, E. J. Roberts. Harrison and Miss Louise Leverett,
infant son, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday purchased, while Mr. Hooker is of Worthington Springs, were guests Christmas Jewelry

-I in Starke with relatives. their guest for'a few days. Special sale going on at the Cash Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.:

Department Store. J. 0. Fralick on Madison street. ,
Mrs. R. 0. Daniels and son, Russell, Probably to conserve the supply of

of Jacksonville, are spending several coal in this country, the Seaboard has Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch spent the Jeff J. Johns has bought the interest You just simply can't think of the one .
homefolks. the Wannee branch
days in Starke with replaced engine Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and of R. C. Cone in the City Barber ,

with a wood burner of a type rarelyseen Mrs. B. P. Smith at Daytona. Shop and will hereafter be at the service without thinking of the other. ;
,Mr. Harry Miner, of Jacksonville, in these days except on short of his friends there. Mr. Cone

spent Thanksgiving day with his par- lines. Messrs. J. S. Starling and J. W. will move to his farm in the Wateroak

ents, Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Miner. Byrd, of Highland, were in Starke on section They go together as naturally as the
Dr. Frazee wit be with the Lake I
business Thursday.Don't .
Mr. J. E. Wilson, the popular insur- Butler Drug Company December 10th
People living north and east of this sun with day or the moon with the night.
ance manfi was attending to businessin and 11th. Those having trouble'with miss the "Old Maids' Con- city have their chicken roosts fre-

Ocala Monday and Tuesday. their eyes may see him there and be ference" next Thursday night at Row- quently robbed. Sunday 'night, Mr. tz. M
fitted with the best .
properly glasses.At and's Theatre. Jerkowitz, who owns the former Cole
Miss Aileen Byrd, of Live Oak, has place, had 27 hens stolen. The birds
been at the home of Mr. and call meeting of the Baptist
visiting a There will be a sale of old bachelors were,in a chicken house of wire netting -

Mrs. H. 0. Smith. Ladies was unanimously Aid Society decided Monday on afternoonit accountof Thursday Theatre.night, December 13th, atRowand's nippers and the wire had been cut with I Christmas Jewelry for Everybody

Ford tops and curtains complete, the revival, war conditions and oth- f **

$9.50. M. Leviton. Starke. er things and-bazaar., not to hold the usual annual Deputy Sheriff W. W. Baisden at- SCHOOL BOARD MET IN REGU- I We have a tasteful, well selected stock of Watches t

supper tended to official business in Lawtey LAR SESSION LAST MONDAYThe
Col. A. Z. Adkins went up to Talla- Saturday Clocks, Jewelry and Cut, Glass.
hassee Monday evening to meet the Seventy-five squares slightly used -
Board. iron at less than school board met with Messrs.T. .
galvanized roofing
Pardoning You can find in this collection suitable presentsfor
one-half price while it lasts. Quigley Mr. T. J. Terry, cne of the promi- B. Pinholster, J. C. McRae, and J.

:Mr. J. M. Alvarez and family motored Lumber Co. nent business men of Lawtey, was in E. Douglass present, on December 3rd. all your family and friends.La .

3 to the State Farm Sunday after- Starke Tuesday., Minutes of last meeting read and ap-
proved. Valliers Lockets and Chains Gold Hat Pins
,LOp
/
noon. I Mrs. J. W. Killian, of Waynesville ,
Mr. Geo. L. Massey, of Jacksonville, Request of Lizzie Marshall for raisein
the home of her
N. C., is a visitor at
was in Starke Tuesday supplying the salary refused. of the valued heirlooms
Hollis Knight spent the week-end parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Truby. Many family were gen
dealers with his "A. P. H". cigars. The bill for supplementing MissCrosby.s
: his friend E. Maines Jr. at
with J.
Mrs. Killian's Starke friends are delighted salary at Johnstown was or- to some ancestor as a Christmas present.
Lake Butler.
!, to have her with them again
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason, of the dered drawn.

}- Mrs. Jerry Wills and son, Jerry, Jr., this winter. Lake Butler section, were visitors to The board ordered one teacher taken Follow time-honored custom. Our stock" ?

of Jacksonville, were week-end visi-. Cpl. D. E. Knight and family were Starke last Saturday. out of Providence school as enrollment at your [service.U.D..

tors of Mrs. Wills' mother, Mrs. F. D. guests of friends in Lake Butler on would not warrant employment .
b Wain ght. Thanksgiving day. In the evening Miss Doris Law, who is teaching at of three teachers.

;:' they attended the Alkahest Lyceum Lawtey spent the Thanksgiving holi Eight dollars was awarded Midway MINER

"". F. C. Hollingsworth, proprietor of concerts given in that thriving little days in Starke with her parents, Dr. School for repairs.Bill .
the Electric Shoe and, Harness Shop, city. and Mrs. W. G. Law. for Starke negro school of ten ,
Collars for pump and piping was ordered .
has added a late model stitching machine STARKE FLORIDA ,
I to his well-equipped shop. Miss Nannie' Howell desires t;thank M. 'L. Crews of the Lake Butler section I paid. ,
for the was transacting business in the The board approved the applicationsfor
the people of Bradford county
t: Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at many magazine subscriptions given city Saturday. depositories from Bradford Coun- .
Bank Bank of Starke
ty and Lake .
-- -- ----- -
the Cash Store. -
Department her during the month of November.
Christmas toys and dolls for the little Butler Bank.
Miss Howell recently the cash
won
1'{ folks at All teachers reports will be approved -
Mr. S. Dowling: of Raiford, was prize given by the Pictorial Review Stump's. '
and warrants drawn if filed with
in Starke Monday attending to his oft for new subscribers to that magazine.The .
ficial duties on the board of county I Messrs. T. D. Dyal, S. D. ,Dukes andJ. county superintendent by December uI ati

commissioners.Col. Ladies of the Woman's Christ- L. Thigpen, of the Graham section, 22, 1917.
I were business visitors to Starke Sat- The board adjourned until first

1 and Mrs. D. E. Knight and ain pillau Temperance supper in Union the Futch will building serve a, urday.A. Monday in January.E.. R.. POPPELL, l$; before you buy Seeds -

:. children, Hollis and Paul, and Miss Friday evening, September the 14th, .
: Amelia Ray motored out to Bradford beginning at five o'clock. The pa- Z. Adkins, Esq., was in Talla- Secretary. .
r Farms Sunday afternoon. will be hassee on business Tuesday. .
tronage of the public appre-
.. .ciated. U. D. C. MEETS WITH Mr S. DAVIS.
r Co. D. E. Knight spent several days Misses Kate and Marie Livingstoncame 1 It will save you mqney and] '

the first of the week in Tallahassee over from Gainesville to spendSunday trouble. Gives description and
A friend here has received a letter Mrs. L. A. Davis entertained the
where he went to meet with the Par from Lorenze D. Register, Jr., whose with relatives in Starke. local chapter of United Daughters of full information on all seeds for

doning Board. address is Signalman U. S. S. Chi- the Confederacy, Wednesday after- SGU1D; planting. Our stocks are complete -

I cago, care P. M., New York City. Mrs.. Carter Newsom of the Graham noon at her pretty home on West Mad- ittuNThJ .- assuring. prompt shipment
Victor Kuhl spent Thanksgiving at Lory writes that he likes the Navy section, was a visitor to Stark ison street. JAUZ t

the home of his parents Mrs. and Mrs. fine, and has not been sick a day since Monday. Thfe newly elected president, Miss Martin's Hy-Test

Kuhl. He is a student in Draugh- he left home; has taken one big trip Amelia Ray presided over the meet- '
ons Business College in Jacksonville.Col when his ship escorted two subma- Friends of Private Abner Johns will ing 'and considerable business was Southern Seeds
be glad to know that he is very much transacted. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez t
.
..
the
rines to the Azores Islands, off reported -
always
selected
Carefully closely
and Mrs. A. V. Long and children coast of Spain. improved after a rather" serious illnessat that the Chapter had finished eigh- dependable.grown Full assortment car- a f

motored down to Gainesville Fri- Vamp. Wheeler. teen comfort kits, which would be pre den and field. Strawberry and vege-

day morning, returning horn that sented to the Red Cross to be used for table plants also a specialty. Write
Special Sale for a Short Time Onlyon Calvin Manning is confined to his
evening. Bradford county's last drafted men. It today for our new fall catalog.
green and black enamaled screen bed as a result of being kicked by a was decided that the W. T. Weeks .

1'- Save your meats by using Figaro wire. A chance to screen at small mule Monday. At this' time he i is Chapter would send a Christmas box A. Martin Seed Co. ;
Preservar-"liquid smoke." Let us cost. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. resting easy and will doubtless be out to the old soldiers' home in Jackson- E.

'.! tell you about it. Young Trading Co. within a few days. ville, which had been their custom for Jacksonville! Florid ,

The regular monthly meeting of the several years past.
Services at the Methodist church Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist There will be fat old maids, slim After an interesting meeting the

were omitted last Sunday evening, and church will be held Tuesday afternoonat old maids, and every other type at the Chapter adjourned to meet with Mrs.

the churches of the city congregatedat 2:30 at the home of Mrs. T. N. Lim "Old Maids' Conference," and to Sara L. Hamrick in January. ----- --
the Baptist church to hear Dr. Ray baugh. think! Miss JJariah Hannah Skinflint ,

Palmer;who is conducting revival services buys a husband for ten cents! Thinkof METHODIST CHURCH. Ii r

in that church. The church was Dr. Frazee will be with the Lake it! If you are dealing 'in "futures" ,

crowded and several conversions were Butler Drug Company December 10th don't fail to attend.R. General Insurance j
made. and 11th. Those having trouble with There will be the regular servicesat

their eyes may see him there and be 0. Dennard 'of Green Cove the Methodist church on next Sabbath u

Mr. Wiley Wainright who is sta- properly fitted with the best glasses. Springs, who recently bought the Sax with the exception of the night' I .

tilhed at Canp Wheeler came down farm at Saxton is here ,this week service, which will again be called off I f

Saturday afaernoon to visit his mother Miss Eva Epperson,, who is teach- looking after the further development and our people will! worship with the JOS. E. WILSON

I Mrs. F. D. Wainright,fend his .is- ing school at Rising, spent the week- of the property. He has a large forceof Baptist people. Let all our members .

ter. Mrs. J. F. Kickliter.: Mr. Wain- end in Starke with her parents, Mr. men at work clearing land and begin the new conference year next SUCCESSOR TO

right has recently been promoted to'the and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. hopes to add at least 100 acres to the Sunday by attending the service at 11: H. C. RICHARD
office of saddler-six men under cultivated area by next spring. Mr. o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45. Jun-

x?_ lis,.dircetion keep the artillery harReas Screen wire-we are offering enam- A. R. Johnson lately of Chicago, has ior League at 3 o'clock, Senior Ep '
in repair. Sunday morning Mr. eled screen wire at 'greatly reduced ,bought a half interest in the farm worth League at 6:30, leader Miss Starke, Florida. K

F,. Wainright left Starke to return to prices. Save by screening now. Quig- i from Mr. Dennard and will make.his Lois Peek. All go over to Baptist I

_Camp Wheeler. ley Lumber & Supply Co.ifiLl' I home there. church at 7 o'clock. .-- .

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY,
DECEMBER
7, 1917. 1\1

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Bradford County Farms and Farmers 1





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'.1 &'> $ 0000000 0$> EAT BALANCED DIET WHY CANE SYRUP FERMENTS tttt + t + t + + + ttt + ttt THINGS ABOUT THE

J 0 TO AVOID PALLEGRA + WAR YOU DIDNT KNOW 'J

J \1' !! COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS Sterilization of Syrup and Containers + SYNOPSIS OF NEW GAME + RUB OUT
+ OF STATE. + PAIN ,
i LAW THE *
1 E a While the conservation of food at Will Prevent It. Facts and Factors in the Great War II with
t + good oil
{ .':,. i OJOOOOOO OJ00000si liniment.
'That'
this time is at a war measure -
necessary .
t + tttttt + ttt + t + + t the surest ,
-.i i Orange County: Four boys from a wise selection of food shouldbe Fermentation in syrup is caused by The title to all wild birds and gameis There are 4,500,000 horses engagedin The best way to atop them:. ,L;:

: Ivey school have enrolled in the corn made to avoid dietary troubles, pro- molds, yeasts or bacteria. The Uni- vested in the various counties of the this war. rubbing 4 ent j *7
and pig clubs. bably the most dangerous of which is versity 'Florida experiment station On the western front the losses have

YI pellagra. The conservationist must be offers these suggestions for gettingrid state. everaged 47,000 horses a month. %
It careful to eat foods which will give of the cause, so that The following only are game birds: In eight hours' fighting MUSTANG %
syrup may along
in club a
Bay County: An interest the balanced Swan, geese, brant, ducks, rail, coots, i *
his body properly nour-
be for the whole if three-mile
kept de front
the and year at Verdun the French
shown boys
work is by
being ishment, mixture of proteins, fats and sired. mud hens, Gallinulas shore birds, plovers lost 5,011 horses.
several are lining up for the work carbohydrates. surf birds, snipe, woodcocks, sandpipers -
next year. The preservation of syrup consistsis tattlers, curlews, turkeys, Over a million and a half of Ameri
IP other words he must consume
I
sterilizing it, which can be done LINIMENT
ca's horses have been
for
purchased
pheasants, quail and turtle
and relative amounts of repair grouse
necessary by continuous boiling until all the
:Farmers service with the allies.In .
Broward are aliive i cr tissue building foods, such as mold microbes which I doves. !
or cause
I to the need of producing greater crops I fresh meats, milk and eggs, energy fermentation spores have been destroyed. It is a $25 fine to catch, kill, shipor the first seven months of 1917 Good for tAe Ailment, -'i iV
the value of oJ
and seeking all possible informationthat I giving foods, such as breads, cereals, This sterilization be accomplished have in possession any game bird, horses shipped to Europe Horses, Mules ,
may plumage, skin, or nests thereof, from American ports was $25,327,333For Cattle, Etc. ,
them. eggs
will help starchy and fatty dishes, and body regulating by heating it to 108 degrees Fah- ;
,I law. .the month of July alone the Good fa
provided by
except as
foods, such as will be foundin renheit. Fermentation, however, will your own A cIa.
Open season November 20th to Mar. value was $1,377,202. Wastage of Pain 'i
fruits and vegetables.The Rheumatic
{ Madison County: A meeting was take place even tho the has '
syrup 1st, following for deer wild horses means an enormous loss !
turkey, money
called to enlist farmers in growing State Board of Health is urgingthe been heated much above 108 degrees, Cuts, Burns '
quail, doves, swan, brant, rails, which mere money cannot now replace. ; 4 '
I geese
of necessity of wisdom and common < i
instead
and cattle into
t corn, raise hogs unless the containers which the 25c,50c.l.
"' : sense in food conservation as a meansof coot, sand pipers, curlews, snipe, ducks Thirty-tree thousand horses have died Atsll Deab. 5
: cotton. is placed has also been
R; syrup com- _
in America while
. preventing increase in the amount pletely sterilized. and plover; November 20th to December awaiting shipmentand ,i
of pellagra now existing in Florida. 20th, following, for pheasants, and 6,000 have died at sea in course
It is practically impossible to tho-
i St. Lucie County About 800 of transit.In --
: persons
November 20th to March 1st, following
< -
While the exact origin of pellagrais PLANT
I roly sterilize barrel under the PECAN '_
l"-i a ordinary TREES.
attended the celebration of the nine weeks the British
I i for squirrels. Unlawful to kill captured ,
investigation
still unknown, more recent I have
conditions around small l made
: fifth anniversary of the founding of seems to show almost conclusively a squirrels in any public or private park 332 German field and heavy guns and reliable arrangements .irftli i -: :
the Indian River Farms at Vero, November syrup plant. In most cases the fermentation at any time.It lost none. The German losses are nurseryman to buy of hia ';
that the disease is due to a long best
the undergoes afterit varieties of taj
10.Taylor syrup partly due to lack of horses. FtoridlVm '
is a $50 fine"to capture, kill or :"
continued lack of varietyand ded
necessary has been standing three or four pecan trees at the following
r. --- balanced in the daily diet. There- injure any game bird or animal by pit : America, with an army of 2,300,000 ; I
:
-i
months in barrels is due to the con I ces to-wit: Trees 4 to 5 WLS' ;;
f County: Sixteen pigs were fore the food conservationist must not dition of the barrel when the fall, deadfall, scaffold, cage, snare, net, men, will require 750,000 horses to ipntetn 7 feet feet )

; i shown by club boys in the county con- let this cause him to become indifferent placed in it. Sor this reason, syrup syrupis salt-lick, blind pen, baited hook, bait- begin with, and shipload after shipload 9 feet high, 75 cents.high, 60 cents"; 7,}o- ...:

I'" test. One twelve-months old pig to the proper. maintainance of placed in cans or bottles will usually ed field, drugs, poison, chemicals, explosives -, to keep the force up to the war Anyone wanting trees :i
'
hundred A or similar device. strength. The total need please let m8 '- !
. weighed three pounds. health. will exceeda know -
the
keep a longer period if the containers number *
valued the at It is a $25 fine to catch, hunt kill ;> million ruder and variety of trM; 4
: stockman pigs $1500. A man recently came to the State have been properly sterilized by or a year fighting con wanted I as once, as the }

, ,. Board of Health with a well developedcase thoro boiling before syrup is plat any game bird or animal between dark ditions, and may even be vastly great- ed. Trees can be planted supply"from ia Jimit..ti.iii.

: Calhoun County: Northern farm- of the disease. He had pronouncednervous ed in them. Under this condition, and daylight the following day. ,jI er. until March 1st. ow-.' : '

t ers moving into this county are interested symptoms with a slight mental syrup will keep for an almost indefinite I It is a $25 fine to kill more than one N. D. r.

j.I.1 } in livestock and are bringingsome ; derangement. Investigation of his period if the cans are filled while I I deer, two turkeys, twenty quail or 210 POUND PIGS. r WAINWRIGHT, :;:.r

; good blooded anmals with diet showed that he had subsisted for the syrup is still hot, and are immediately twenty-five birds of any other species I 11-30-tf. Starke, Flt 1 .

:J 'f# _. them. several months on corn bread, molasses sealed, to prevent further con- in any one day. It is a $500 fine to I _"
' 1 r or syrup, pickled meats and hominy.He tamination from outside kill more than three deer, ten turkeysor With corn above 50 cents hogs eat -
sources. three hundred of other I their heads off quickly. The !);
very hog
was advised to eat a more varied any game
Sterilization of both
4 r Liberty County: The small ext diet including milk, eggs, fresk meatsand syrup and con bird species .in one open season.It I that takes two or three months to geton HHARDWARE. "": :{
tainer is therefore the of ).
only
hibit taken to the fair at Marianna means .1'}
vegetables, as well as such legumes preventing fermentation in is a $25 fine to barter, sell or offer full feed never brings you a profit. L. brought home first prize. Farmers cane ,
. a .
for sale
bird .
' as peas and beans, (fresh or any game or animal.It A
; ; are showing great interest in livestock syrup.It is a $100 fine to hunt outside of When
dried, not canned.) should be borne in mind that you are ready to put yourslioats
f -. especially hogs. In the early stages .of this disease, cleanliness in manufacture, from the your voting precinct without a license; on feed, begin with the B. A.

k pellagrins are amenable to treatment, time the cane enters the mill until the a $25 fine to change or alter a license.It Thomas' Hog Medicine. Use regularly R

{ Pasco County: An effort is being but if they continue to eat the samediet syrup is placed in the container, is is a $25 fine to transport withinor and watch your shoats round out Xjy*

made to develop a more extensive agricultural for too long a time destructionand the main thing in keeping without this state any game without into fat hogs in nine months-hogs

j ... program, to include more damage to the nervoussystem will l sweet. The rollers of the mill shouldbe syrup a proper license. It is a $100 fine for going well over 200 pounds, and as

hogs and greater acreage of truck, go beyond the possibility of recovery. washed in lime water when any common carrier to receive such high as 240 pounds. Figure the average

forage, and fruit. The railroad i iI is While pellagra is essentially a'disease ped for any length of time. The stop-juice game for transportation.The feeding and you will see why the H }

11 taking an interest in this program. of poverty, which causes the gutters and all surfaces over which witnesses furnishing evidence to B. A. Thomas medicine is a good in w

IIII I --- victim to subsist on an unbalanced, the juice passes must also be thoroly convict for any violation of the game vestment. Try feeding out your hogs

n Manatee County: The county commissioners 'unvaried and cheap diet, food conser cleansed. The walls of the buildingsand law shall have half of the fine imposed. I on this plan and if you are not more A

:I have appropriated $100 toward vation in the wrong direction will like the surroundings should be kept than pleased, we will refund the cost

ft the construction of any cattle wise make it a disease of indiscretionwhere Persons residing in the state twelvemonths I of the medicine. Sold by D. C. Jones,

fJ i j dipping vat in the county contingent caution could have preventedit. clean.Where it is practicable, cold stor- and the county six months mayon Starke, Fla. Dec. 2-9-46-23-30. R

, in the farmers paying the remainderand age will faciliate the keeping of the payment of $1 to the county judge,

r, using the vat. Study of the disease among people syrup. Fermentation of syrup does receive a "resident county license;" TRESPASS SIGNS. I I .

I -- living on an unbalanced diet, shows not take place at low temperatures, for $3 a "non-resident county license" E
' Polk : that victims who eat one sided diet so that if the and for $15 a "non-resident hunter's Just "
off the
County: The agent traveled syrup can be put in press, a new lot of
sxty miles one day to vaccinate hogs during the winter, months, show improvement cold storage it should keep almost in- license. No license required of res- Trespassing," and "Hunting Forbidden" 0DeWitt C. Jones A
I I in the spring and summer, definitely. It is mistaken ident Confederate Veterans.
and was overtaken enroute home by a idea that placards. Large type, on heavy i 3T
:ili '. men with hogs in their cars who !I when they can secure vegetables and syrup is a readily perishable product. County judge to have 25c, 50c and cardboard. Call at the Telegraph office -

'' desired them vaccinated. The agent fruits. Proper balanced variety and There should be no more difficulty ins $1, respectively, for each license issued Starke. I; Starke,
'I' did. mixture of diet as a health asset i preserving it than there is in canning ; county game warden to have 25c, I Florid

demonstrated in the army and navy sweet potatoes. 50c and $3 respectively, for each license -

where the government feeds its sold ; balance goes to county school .--

( Jackson County: Ninety home- ;iers a supervised diet. The result is BACK YARDS AND FARMS fund.

I seekers from Iowa, Nebraska and Illinois i that pellagra is unknown in the ranks. CAN DOUBLE MEAT SUPPLY County game wardens are appointed (

I visited the agricultural building by the governor upon recommendation Favorite Fertilizers
{I' ( at the fair in Marianna. They were by the board of county commissioners.
surprised and pleased with the showing SATE THE HENS Poultry must be produced next year County game wardens c .

. of products. in places where it has not been pro- deputies in each election precinct.All may appoint. :
I
,
:;0, Thrifty young hens and pullets duced before, and everywhere that grades of licenses shall be of dif- are BEST for 1

Holmes County : Honey will be should not be marketed now or during poultry has been produced that pro- ferent color, contain a synopsis of the I

I available for the construction of fifteen the winter months. They should duction must be increased. It is necessary game law printed on the back and COTTON CORN SUGAR CANE

I I cattle dipping vats in the county be )dept for stock next year, when that people in the country and shall be good only for the open seasonor '

I =: December 1. This is the way the there must be a large increase in poultry in the towns answer alike to this call. fraction thereof immediately following and SWEET POTATOES

county intends to back up its talk. and egg supplies as an essential Farms and backyards must both do their issue.
part of the food production campaign their bit, for the doubling of our poul- j. You want the Best of course. There are Speicil!

;:. $t. Johns County: The year's corn has The been poultry dangerously stock reduced of the by country sales try pensible production item next in the year Nation's is an indis-food Whenever You Take Need Grove's.a General Tonic Formulas to meet your needs. Write for full In*

and hay has been harvested.
Corn produced crop well in some parts of of pullets and young hens during the production program-a program which The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless formation about fertilizer for any crop. i :

the county and several farmers are late_ summer and fall. Each of these the must be carried out if we are to win chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ,
fowls represented a potential egg pro- war. General Tonic because it contains the
Fl selling at three INDEPENDENTFERTILIZER
corn dollars hun-
a duction of from five to twelve dozen The meat suppliies available for well known tonic properties of QUININEand
dred I ;
k pounds. A sweet potato storage eggs next year. The University of European use are short. Meat must IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
house wth a capacity of 600 bushelsit Florida extension division, cooperating be supplied if the war is won-by the out Malaria. Enriches the Blood and COMPANY S
d'I to be built. forces who Builds up the Whole System. 60
1 with the D. S. Department of Ag- fight for freedom. The cents.
I riculture urges farmers to save fowlsof war will be won if we fail in food pro- --TRESPASS- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I

i' Alachua County: The agent made producing qualities so they may duction-but not won by us. We must SIGNS FOR SALE.
)
an overland trip to Malone, west Flor- be on hand for stock in the early understand what will happen if we do -- .

, ida, to inspect a peanut-oil mill. The spring. not provide the enormous quantitiesof ? -::--- n...
t z. mill has a capacity of 800 gallons of Next year it will be necessary for foodstuffs that the Allies can not '- ---"'--

oil a day from four extractors. A poultry to be raised on every farm and produce for themselves.Are -.- :'

large building housed 200,000 bush- in every backyard in town where con- we gong to feed our army on -- I :Jt:
'
els of peanuts for which farmers had ditions permit if the supply is to be chickens and eggs? Of course not. tfif

,. received from $1 to $1.40. returned to normal. Where poultry But by greatly increasing our production We Want

has been raised, the quantity should of chickens and eggs, and by You !

;f Hernando County: With 50 boys be increased next year. By this gen- eating those chickens and eggs our- {

enrolled in the corn club, 38 reportedat eral increase, and the storing of eggs selves we will, naturally, eat that much \

f the county contest, showing an average for winter use, there will! be millionsof less beef and pork. In turn, that beef ,

.. yield o.f.38% bushels of corn. pounds of beef and pork released and pork can be sent to Europe. -
: for export.No The United States Department of As
.
l The highest yield was 73 ousnets.unry a Depositorin :
: t: two or three of the boys fertilized meat supply can be increased as to Agriculture double calls upon the country :
,I ; their corn. rapdly and economically as poultry production next year. .
poultry,
.
"J ___ and its increase, so far as food That can be done if the farms will .
reserves -
I keep an average of 100 hens instead
I Dade County Many Guatemalan for the war are concerned, will .
: hardy of 40 hens This
avocados have been introduced be most as valuable as tho a pro- as at present, and if every. Bank
family in
portionate town will keep enough hens I
by the Bureau of Plant Industry and quantity of animal meat in the
stuffs backyard to produce all the
had been
: quickly
it be that within obtained. It
may a year or two
. : avocados will be on the market every is possible to double poultry produc- hens eggs to used each by that family-or two You will be in

i ; day in the year, and there will be tion in one year. That year must be person. good company, for several
1918. .

'I north many as trees Gainesville.growing in safety as far It is in this. program that the city ; SELL SCRAP METAL hundred of the people of this bank'

, man can do a large part. Raise pout county

I try and do your part. On many farms machinery will be with
I f' Dade County: Bright Bros dairy found that is beyond repair. Sell it to us. Make the start today. '?

farm sold a car of "boarders"! and the nearest junk dealer. There is
have ordered a carload of Holstein I DO NOT NEED INSECTICIDES great demand for all kinds of a
metal
i heifers from New York. The Guernsey -
and
I dairy placed an order for a carload I It will good prices are being paid for it. I
serve I
no
t 'of Guernseys with New York The United States Food Administra in the field purpose by rusting Deposits $112,000.
shed Resources
or and it is
badly $130,000
1 I tor is
breeders Two carloads of holstein making an effort to cooperate I needed elsewhere.

cows will be shipped from New Yorkto I with farmers of the State so that insecticides Now is a good time to
Miami and sold to farmers cn''" may be bought at as low machinery and determine go over your -
just what
; five dollars down and prices as possible. The
easy payments, ," University can be repaired for future
: five dollars a month. of Florida experiment station, Gainesville use, says
the University of Slorida
extension
di
. I has been asked to cooperate i in vision.
Do
not be in too
To put machines under cover as this work, and in turn is asking that to discard old big a hurry Bank ofStarkei
I machinery because the
soon as one is thru with them is one:farmers who intend to use insecticides junk
man names cash
a price for it.
if the most effective means for lenght- I write to the entomologst of thie sta Hold on to it as long as it can be used .
tning their lives. Each additional tion telling him their :
probable needs
profitably but
when
it has
lour of use obtained from a machine 'for the next six months. The term limit of usefulness reached its THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE
sell it for
junk.
i in equivalent to reducing the price of "nsecticides" should be construed to

I that machine. +I I'include copper sulphite for the mak S

ling of bordeaux mixture, as well as Maybe you never thought of manure State, County and City
insecticides as being perishable, but Depository
! Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System proper. if the ten-
dency to lose
I readily a large
percentage -
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.driTM Tell it to the of its value makes a product per- E. 5. MATTHEWS
Telegraph and 5WenTED
tell
Milaru.enrichettheblood.indbuildiapthesrstto. ev ishable, then manure certainly belongs H. HALLIGAN Cashier
A true tonic. Her adults and children. COc erybody. Advertise! in that class. 'I

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