Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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."'/ Chairman Matthews .:Names ooemo4ooomommoome BIG BOOZE HAUL. Nineteen Were Absent, Twelve i

r Large Number Prominent" Cit. LETTERS FROM OURSOLDIER mm mm f. Marshal Phillips, of Lake Butler, Seized Without Giving Cause For

!: izens to Help Boost Sale.. BOYS. mm CATTLE DISTRICTS FORMED ATTACK SO FAR Fifty Fall Quarts. Failure to Appear. 1\:

v momooomemmmmMiss I Marshal Guy Phillips, of Lake But- SIXTY EXEMPTION CLAIMS
>I. ADVERTISING LITERATURE Lena Merritt, the Telegraph's -
I ler, made the biggest whiskey haul of
WILL ARRIVE IN FEW DAYS correspondent at Long Bridge, sends MARKS AND BRANDS INSPECTORS DEFENSE GUNS KEPT UP FIRE the season Wednesday afternoon,whenhe ALLOWED, 5 DISALLOWED

j the Telegraph the following letter APPOINTED-SALARI FOR TWO HOURS AND HALF became suspicious and took S. 0.

\, lately received by her sister, Mrs. M. LEFT. Barren, of Bell, and his automobile into ELEVEN
f' COUNTY COMMITTEEMEN ARE M. Drake, from their brother, Ben F. RAISED FOR OFFICIALS. I' custody. NOT

f Barron had made a nard trip out 'f
,. ed States Army "Somewhere in commissionersmet LONDON, Oct. I. The strongest AND THEIR CASES WILL BE
. OF BIG BOND ISSUE SO THOR The board of county from Jacksonville. His car behaved t1
France. in session at Stare, on air. attack yet attempted on London and when he DECIDED
\ OUGH THAT NO MAN WILL On Active Service With regular badly, reached Lake Butler LATER BY LOCAL SE'e r .
',' Monday, October I, 1917, at 10 o'clocka. and the coast towns by ,the Germans he was all worn out. Stopping fora LECTION *'
.; FAIL TO READ IT.r the American Expeditionary Some- m., and was called to order by was carried out tonight by four groupsof little rest he fell asleep in the car. I BOARD i

4 Forces, Chairman S. T. Dowling with all members hostile airplanes. Some of the ma- He snoozed so long that Marshal Phil -

where in France. present, to-wit: J. J. Blackwelder, chines got through to London and lips got suspicious of the outfit and Of the 150 men called by the Local R
7 E. S. Matthews has been appointed Dear Linnie: t
R. J. Andrews, J. L. Underhill and H. bombed the southwestern district. decided to make an investigation.When Selection Board of Bradford County
Loan Com-
"'v .chairman of the Liberty Your letter received yesterday andI J
; terrific barrage sent from
was up .
:i.nfttee for Bradford County by Mr. M. I was glad indeed to get it. I am getting D. May. he searched the car jie found for examination on September 26, 27, '
the defense and the of bat-
*: of last read and guns roar fifty full quarts of a well known brandof and 28th 4
.,*. ,3. Wellborn, chairman of the board oft along nicely and enjoying the best Minutes meeting tle lasted intermittently for two anda were transferred to other 'l
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'. .JUlaata. who is chairman of, the and saw some wonderfully inter. Name of N. D. Newmans was placed coast towns they passed over and the cushions. He took Barron and his appear; 27 were found physically defi-
and his booze into and
: 'liberty Loan Committee for the sixth esting sights. Only wish I could go upon the pauper roll and ordered proceeded toward London. Two of the car custody cient; 76 filed claims for exemption; l.....
wired Sheriff The sheriff
:' Epperson. 24 were found_ nhvsicallv fit and .411".. "..
it month.
about y
Federal Reserve DistrictCounty into detail and tell you all paid $5 per succeeded number .u %
groups in getting a hot footed to Lake Butler and soon had claim for
no .
JrL ;.' chairmen and the committees but can't. I like this country fine. The The name of Mrs. Maggine Andrews I of machines through the sky barrage. Barron in the county jail and the 24 men exemption.The who declared : "
:{ appointed by them are expected toI temperature is lots cooler than I ex I was placed on pauper roll and ordered Numerous bombs were dropped on the booze phy.
safely put awaiting sically
away qualified and filed '
claim for V
It is like winter in Flor- no
'aasist,1nladvertising the liberty loan pected. now paid $5 month. southwestern district which is
\: thickly order of the court to spill it the
on exemption follows
are as :
1 '"bonds:: which went on sale on October ida at night, but the days are fine. I The monthly allowance of the fol- populated with the homes of the upper green.
; jolit, and to otherwise use their best ef- have been told the winters are very lowing named paupers was increasedby and middle classes. The fire from the 880 John William Ross, Hampton. :
I t Cforts to promote .the sale of the big cold, but I am not worrying about that order of the board as follows: defending guns was longer and louder Barron wired friends at Bell of his 1173-William A. Berry, New River. i'
month of Octo- as we have a sufficient amount of predicament and some of them soon 539-Emmett K. Perryman, Starke.
; bond| issue within the Ervin Higginbotham, from $2 to $4 than ever before. A rain of shrapnelfell
;; ftber. Mr. Matthews has appointed a clothing to go through the winter with.I per month. in all sections of the town and the Continued 1043-Robert Hudson, Raiford.
i don't think need to ( on Page 4.) .100.J-Silas P. Yarborough Raiford.
well known citizens you worry ,
number of
streets deserted
large Lee Crosby, from $10 to $15 per were virtually save .
. t' to act as members of the committee I about Melton being drafted, as I am month.A. for a few police. 156-John Morgan Little, Lake But 1, _
Bradford county. Their names of the opinion he wont be needed. I The for DEATH OF. JOE WEBSTER JONES. ler.808Conway.
1.. for W. Middleton, from $2 to $4 per weather was perfect air op-
". lave been forwarded to headquarters think there will be a sufficient numberof month. erations there was a bright full Matthews, Starke.

""s!. ..and they will receive advertising literature men under his age. I Bond of D. W. Moore for notary moon with no clouds or wind. The peo- Joseph Webster Jones, a well known 940-Math L. Mann, Raiford.
c' which requested to dis- Lena told me in her letter that Walter -I 436-Thomas Jefferson Jones, Lulu.
they are of London raid and
public presented and approved. expected a were and popular young man of Starke, died
1'lpib ute and post in conspicuous places Whitten had already gone to camp. Bond of W. W. Baisden for deputy waiting for signals. Soon.' after 7 yesterday afternoon at St. Lukes hos 1051-Paul Jones, Raiford.
d., that the bond issue will be thor- Write and tell me about all the fellows 299-James Daniel Furman Bell, Lu ?S
.t|..|o sheriff presented and approved.The o'clock motores of the volunteer corps I pital, Jacksonville, where he had been
" :.Qfhly advertised. I know who have to go. moathly payment of convict sped through the streets blowing their. for treatment for a spinal affection for lu.

' *$; it is going to take money and lots I I will try and have the pictures guards was increased as follows: One i sirens and displaying' an illuminated the past several weeks. The deceasedwas 19-Noah Howard, Lawtey. .
,: .;< carry on the great war in made soon, but where do you supposeI guard $40'per-month and board and notice, "Take.Cover" The telephone a son of Mr. and Mrs. James: T. 872-John I. Marr, Highland.

" '3'i we are involved, but the govern- will get the civilian clothes to havea two guards $25 per month each and exchanges notified their subscribersand Jones, who live about one wile southof 896-Charlie Whitten, Hampton. '
made in You will have to 544-Perry Madison Johns Starke.
picture ? u
'M, fr offering its citizens gilt edge board, and it was further ordered thatJ. other measures were put into execution Starke.
Becomes. bearing 4 per cent interest send me a pair of overalls and I'll have B. Dowling, captain of convict camp to inform the populace of the The body will reach Starke today at 747-Charlie Lee, Starke.

jiSor tafcloan of the money. It is hop- be allowed 60c per day for etch convict pending air raid. 11 o'clock and the funeral will be held .138-Roman Addison, Lake Butler. ,

. that'Bradford, county will do her (Continued on, Page 5.) fed by him. I !Many theatres are continuing their soon thereafter.: 838-Herschell K. Crosby, Starke. f
4 .share tOward winning the war. Monthly payment of guard at coun- performance, notwithstanding the air Young, Dukes. r *:
.f Folk" rinf, are the names of the cit- ty jail was increased from $20 to $30 raids. At the conclusion of the performance Meddock, Graham. .1
liiens: ,:wti) have been appointed by Mr. NEW CALL FOR ISO per month.. in one of the leading Lon- DISTRICT BOARD 272-Lester Roberts, Lake Butler. F, r.
1174-Seymore McClover
New .
;iHattbqtrCas members of the commit- In pursuant to Chapter 7385, Acts dcro theatres tonight, the manager River.964Andrew
teedford county: of 1917, the board of county commissioners camp to the stage and invited.the audience Green, Raiford. '. .. )

; ;Lawtey-T. L Ads.Epoch Grif-. MENTOBEISSUEDDates proceeded to lay said county and stage hands to vote on thequestion I- 1161-Jesse Matthews, New River. r
"* ifs"A. A. SmiftrJ.' S. Norman. E. J.Roberts into two cattle districts to be known as 'of continuing the night performances. Physically D squalifled. ,

:Jesse Reddish; Louis H. Hill'l 'r the western and eastern districts, New .. All voted in favor of car- The following named men 27 in

: Dr. G. W. Brown, M..D. Carter, :p I River being the' dividing line. Board rying them on as usual. J' ? number, were found on examination to ,

Godwin, W. E. Torode, T. T. Blackburn Not Yet Fixed But No- proceeded to recommend the followingnames Most of Raiders Repulsed.. Has Acted on 'Appeals-From physically disqualified:
j. H. D. Randall, H. C. Peace. to the governor for appoint-. London, Oct. .-Field Marshal Lord 441-Samson Maberry, Lake Butler.
Lake Butler Dr. Seeber King, G. tices Will Probably Be Mail- ment: French, commander-in-chief of the Decision of Local Board of 1049-Truby Green, Raiford,

W. Alderman, H. J. Stewart, John ed Saturday. R. .S. Johns as inspector for the eas- home forces, issued the following report 875-Kinzy Deal, Hampton.
Croft, A. C. Strickland, A. G. Powell, tern district, and N. E. Roberts as in- dealing with tonight's raid: Bradford County 978-Adam T. Sapp, Raiford.

J.W.Townsend, J. H. Scarborough, M. spector for western district "A group of hostile airplanes cross- 506-Theodore Lester Litchfield,
L McKinney, J. E. Harper, C. J. The Local Selection Board will issue The board further proceeded to rec- ed the Essex coast at 7 o'clock this The District Exemption Board with Brooker. '

Knight, Sam Singer, Dr. J. E. Maines, a new call for 150 men in a few I ommend the appointment of inspectorsfor evening and proceeded across Essex headquarters at Tampa has acted on 1150-Carl C. Wynn, New River.

Dr. B. M. Wilson, G. W. Spires, J. J. days. The notices will probably be marks and brands for animals toward London. appeals from the decision of the Local I 725-Thomas J. Poppell, Starke.
Colson, T. J. Dekle, John B. Crews, S. the dates for slaughtered for market', as follows: "This group of machines was followed Board of Bradford county, and has 421-Oscar Lee Summers, Lulu f
A. Draper, L. A. Duncan, H. N. Hodges mailed out Saturday, but I,. L. Sapp, Lawtey. at about a' quarter of an hour's certified to the Local Board the names 1232-Joseph Bryant, Brooklyn.'

; es, C. Kerce, P. M. Padgett, J. D. '' the examinations have not yet been M. Cameron, Starke., interval by a second group, which pur- of the men exempte, on appeal. Fol- 169-Stephen Butler Hendricks, take
} Padgett, J. J. Blackwelder, W. 0. decided upon. The next 150 men on John O'Keefe, Hampton. sued the same course. lowing are the names of persons ex- Butler.

Brooks, J. M. Fralick, B. Fienberg, C. the draft list begins with order number S. B. Denmark, Raiford. "The first attack on London was de- empted by the District Board on ap- 133-Ben Feinburg, Lake Butler.
v A. Roberts. ,[ 429 and ends with order number Henry Varnes, Johnstown.T. livered from the northeast about 7:45 peal from the decision of the Local'I 807-John Beville Prevatt, Starke.
Guilford-J. G. Roberts, R. L. Mc- 579. The men who will be includedin A. Pinkston, Dukes. p. m. Most of the raiders were turned I Board: 563-Willie August Brown, Starke.

Call, H. H. Williams. I the new call are: .J. J. Cox, Worthington.R. back, but one or more of the machines Order Serial 211-Guss Parrish, Lake Butler.
Lulu 0. F. Ritch, W. S. Croft, W. 769-Lem Goodwine, Starke. M. King, Theressa. penetrated the defenses and No. Name No. 008-Wash. I. Roberts, Raiford.

:. W. Moore, J. C. Ward, Dr. D. C. Witt, I I[ 1152-Clayton C. Johns, Lake Butler. Juniper Hall, Sampson City.C. I dropped bombs in the southwestern 7 Raleigh Shepherd 837 1189-David Roan Burke, Graham.
Louis Gay, John W. Osteen. '776-Du Bignon G. Goff, Starke. B. Roberts, Graham.G. district. 9 Nathan Carter 676 150-William Thomas Hersey, Lake
Dukes-R. J. Andrews, A. H. Wil- 566-Barnus Eugene Newsom, Starke B. Colson, Brooker. I "About 8:15 p. m. the second groupof 26 Sebron B. Crosby 486 Butler.228Sandy.

liams, B. E. Brown, J. S. Howard, R. 581-Ray Newsom, Starke. The following petition signed bt W. raiders attempted to cross the de- 33 Zack J. Roberts 604 Vany Wilson, Lake But
t A. Hiers, M. A. Dukes, M. M. Hale, 0. 311-Phillip Philander Nettles, Lulu. E. Forsyth and others was presented: fenses at various points in northeastand 45 George Lee Hodges 487 ler.136Jesse.

It L Mizell, H. C. Peeples, T. H. Rimes, 1227-Sidney Elester Triest, Theressa. We, the undersigned, being citizens' north London, but without suc- 49 Boisy Perry 432 Melton Kerce, Lake But-
Do S. Miller.'WorthingtonB.. I 124-Rufus Courtland Mercer. and freeholders living in the vicinity cess until shortly after 9 o'clock whena 53 Thom Jefferson Lewis 739 ler.
M. Leverett, R. T. Lake Butler.481Hammond and being affected by the public road few of the machines passed across I 54 Joel Stephens. 601 624-Robert Mills, Starke.

Taylor, C. H. Harrison, R. B. Roberts, Lynn, Brooker. leading from the StarkeSandersonroad London and bombs were again droppedin 64 Howard Francis Stanton 117 199 Riley Smith Wasden, Graham.
S. W. Dubose. 895-Everett Gowin, Hampton. to Highland, respectively petition the southwestern district. 66 Henry Mack Jones 390 691-Ed. Gibbs Starke.
'Brooker-John Shriver, A. B. Sur- 744-Henry Canady, Starke. your honorable body for a change in "Meanwhile a third group of enemy 75 Lacy Griffis 966 378-James McClennon, Lake Butler
rency, T. C. Hazen, P. A. Crosby, J. 979-Willie M. Griffis, Raiford. the said public road and request that machines crossed the Essex coast at 89 Sylvester Prevatt 15 422-Calhoun Malphurs, Lulu.
E. Clemons, T. J. Collins, J. D. Bax- 682-Luther Gracey Cooper, Starke. such change begin and continue along about 8:50 o'clock and proceeded to- 92 Henry Hodges 452 619-Martin Dye, Starke.

ter, 0. W. Barry, E. L. Crosby, H. P. 829-James W. Clark, Starke. the line described as follows: ward London, which was approached 93 Eben Jackson Wood 355 1248-Horace Drew May, Theressa. ;:4
Gainey, G. W. Hazen, W. H. Harrell, 240-Roscoe Johns, Lake Butler. Beginning at a point where the said shortly before 10 o'clock. They did not 104 James Kite, Jr. 770 883-Ben Sasser, Hampton. 4 t.
H. D. Lynn, G. W. Lewis, M. P. Math- 1028-James Stewart, Raiford. road leading from Raiford to Highland penetrate further than the northeast 106 Charles McSimuel Underhill 677 Exemptions Allowed. ) !

enT, I. W. Pinholster, Jr., G. B. Colson, 499-Edward Cornelius Merritt, intersects the western boundary outskirts of London, where some few 109 Lewis Lefric Johns 525 Sixty-five of the 76 claims for '4,I
F. L Colson, F. L. Godwin.StarkeN. Brooker.11011Brantley. line of the Northeast Quarter of the bombs are reported to have been drop- 123 Ernest Eugene Lee 711 have been the Lo-ex- j
T. Ritch.. F.- F. Stump. Rosier, Raiford. Northeast Quarter of Section One ((1), ped. 125 Will James 841 emption acted on by i
cal Board. of these allowed
a Albert ndLC.. Powell, PaulE 590-Henry L. Stevenson, Starke. Township Four ((4), South of Range 115 Charles Bagley 350 Sixty were -
I and 5 were disallowed, leaving 11
Canova, S. S. Dowling, S. J. Norman 1105-James Bryant Dupree, Raiford. Twenty-one (21)) East; thence run due FINE CHART AS A PREMIUM. I 133 Jacob Guilford Weeks 335 still to be acted on. The claims allowed
..f G. C. Livingston, A. M. Darby, 444-Eugene: Edward Shaller, Lake North to the Northwest corner of the 136 Norman Douglass 341 follows
John Uglow, 0. J. Griffin, J. M. Alvarez Butler. Northeast Quarter of the Northeast 140 Adam Finley 970 are as : $
202-Robert Lake Batler.284Warl'tn .
Alvarez J. DeSue Jr. Starke. Quarter of said Section One ((1)), Persons who would like to have a Mobley,
J. W. White, J. W. 636-Stephen 157 William Davis 1142 Clement Coffin Johns-
M. Mitchell, N. B. Hull, J. F. Canova, 735-Archibald J. Harris, Starke. Township Four (4)), South of Range fine chart, consisting of a map of Flor- 183 Fred Malphurs 392 ,
,Dr.: J. C. Wills, .T. J. Griffin, A. V. 634-Ernest James Benton, Starke. Twenty-one (21)) East; thence run due ida, a map of the United States, a 202 William Julius Norman 736 23-Newman town. .1;
S Long, J. E. Futch, Joe Hill Williams, 326-John Oscar Tison, Guilford. East on the Section line to the North- map of the globe and a map of Europe 207 William Lamar Clyatt 368 492 Thomas Cone Mott, Starke.

D. E. Knight, A. S. Crews, E. M. Johns 447-Charles Sylvester Kelley, east corner of said Section One ((1)), are asked to watch for a premium oft 210 Kiler C. Cannon 950 -Brooker. Christopher Lloyd, L

3. A. Z. Adkins, F. H. Long, T..N. Lim- Brooker. Township Four ((4)), South of Range fer that will be made in the Telegraphnext 34 Wesley Wilkinson 43 New River.
t tough, C. A. Mixon, E. E. Canova, J. 76-William McLeod, Lawtey. Twenty-one ((21)) East; thence run due week. We are expecting to be 175 Oren E. Green 30 1156-Benjamin Kelley,
267-Willie Alvin a
C. Poppell, J. M. Mitchell, J. W. Morgan 672-Everett Markley Johns, Starke. North on the Section line to the Northwest able to offer this chart and a year'ssubscription 199 Francis Emanuel Bevill 1195 ler. Knight, Lake But-
H. L. Stevenson, I Griffis Raiford. corner of the Southwest Quarterof to the Telegraph for $2.
J. M. Brownlee, I 949-James Southern Federal District Exemption
C. S. Dukes. the Southwest Quarter of Section The chart is the same as many of our I Thompkins, Lawtey.
R. >
N. Cooper, Prof. L. A. Davis. 393-Zeb Daniels, I Board, Tampa, Flori ia. I E. Bohannan
Humphrey, F. T. Norman, H. F. Par- \ 993-Rance J. Andrews, Jr., Raiford. Thirty-one (31)), Township Four (4)), citizens have lately paid $1 for. JAS. M. JACKSON, 102-Jerry 113-John Ardell Lawtey.

l: menter, J. E. J. Wainwright, J. L. 1048-Blake B. Kelley, Raiford. South of Range Twenty-two ((22)) Chairman Protem. Lee Starling, Highland.
Warren, R. M. Alvarez, Jr., J. B. 1065-Burt Seals, Raiford. East; thence run due East on the titioners place said road in good traveling LEWIS O'BRYAN, 1183-Geiger Barry, Graham.
Theodore Smith Law
Brown,J. A. J. McKinney, M. M. Crosby 851-Richard Marvin Moseley, Quarter Section line to the Southeast condition without. any expenseto Secretary. 71-George ,

E. J. Lewis, S. F' Morgan, M. J. Starke.1181Lonnie. corner of the Northwest Quarter of the county. Certified for Service. tey.
867-Jim Varnes
McRae, C. M .Phillips, J. W. Prevatt, J. Moseley, New River. the Southeast Quarter of said Section D. W. Kelley appeared before the Hampton.
Boy Roberts, Wiley Roberson, J. A. I 158-Will Jones, Lake Butler. Thirty-one ((31)), Township Four ((4)), board asking them to grant an orderto The District Board has certified the 501-Robert Coleman Groover,

Bowe, James Hornsby, L. C. Precott, South of Range Twenty-two (22) East change the public road from John following named men for service and Brooker.
Continued 0. Kelley place, running East to intersect they are now subject to call to duty: 1107-Elijah Alfred Parrish, Worth-
thence due North the
Jesse Thomas, C. A. Marks. J. L. Peek, I ( on Page 4.) run on Quarter
J. W. D. C. Section line to the Northeast cornerof with the Starke and Lake Butler 1143-Grover Lee Jinkins, Bell. ington.
Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan,
Jones, Silas Kite, J. T. Quigley. I Johnstown-John P. Coffin, Wm. the Northwest Quarter of the South public road, west of G. E. Kelley 391-Forrest Assotus Shaller, Lake 1075-William Butler. Elbert Thornton, Lake.
W. B. Alex- east Quarter of said Section Thirtyone place. J. L. Underhill and H. D. May Butler.
Hampton-W. G. Seals, Varnes.
cinder, A. A. Durden, F. Hicks, David I New River-W. M. Parker, B. J. (31)), Township Four (4), Southof were appointed to investigate said line 805-Luther H. Cribbs, Starke. 560-Franklyn worth Starke.Calhoun Hollings-

Jones, J. L Wynn, A. J. Nimmo, J. V. Sapp, G. W. Andrews, D. W. Kelly, J. Range Twenty-two ((22)) East; of road and report at next meeting of 1167-Barney 121-Cecil Iveson Foster Cason, New, Lake River.But 715-Willie, Henry Graham, Starke. '"
Jones Middle- Adkins.Graham. thence run due East on the half Sec-
v Roy Kalch, Dr. W. E. E.
Cone Lake
toj. H.-D. May, J. L. Scotten. -C. B. Roberts. D. J. Byrd, tion line to a point where the said half Tax books for the year 1917 presented ler. 237-Jacob Dryden. But
Raiford- Jacobs, A. D. Andrews, fL'Bevill, A. C. Crews,Chesley Fogg Section line intersects the Western by N. D. Wainwright, tax as- 1064-John Johnson, Raiford. Summers Lulu. -

"!;'Dowling, J. H7Denmark, W. M. .0, W Dyal R.;N. Dowling, T. D. DyalrfrJE boundary line of Section Thirty-six sessor of said county, and after being 858-Levy Elkin Johns, Hampton. 871-Victor Allen ,
1240 Robert Barton Brooklyn. Hampton.
1 p..W. Purra, H. W. Raiford i Wasdin, R.'W, Surrency, Dr. S. (36)), Township Four (4), South of examined were approved and signed 1021 William-A. Raiford. I
212 Newsom Browning,
1.'C. Byrd, J. !II. Fptch, L. C..Futch, Thomas, Thomas Mills. Range Twenty-two ((22) East; thencein by the board of county commissioners -Benjamin Lake-Butler Rliodee a'V 331 William Chesley Peter Kerce, '

C. T. Gordon, B. D. Kelly, J. W. Nich- \\1.Theressa-D.. W..Moore, A. L. Sullivan a northeasterly direction to the and ordered distributed as the law di- 622-William Sapp/ Starve.0 .a ,' -UL'D1u. .' "

k J. R. Norman R. H.I| Weaver, W. : R. C. Heiberger. town of Highland. : rects. /"J f

J. Stalling, J. B. Bryan, J. A. Brooks, ; Brooklyn. S. Griner, Dr. B. T. Upon motion and second that the the abov p.Monday The board in November adjourned, 1917.until. the tint 781-Willie 822-Arthur Roberts D. Clark, Starke., Gainesville..:j :/.rfv';:(f ontinwd on Page 4.)
J. granted, provided
H. Dowling. T. B. Handley. ,Fortner. J. L. King. .- petition R '
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I THE LIBERTY LOAN. LAKE BUTLER. over to the Masons, who read their .1 I -,

f : emm .mommommmmoj .: service at the grave. Mr. Padgett was ",
man of excellent character and ranked The Beauty Secret. I II COFFINS CASKETS
RED (By W. G. McAdoo, Secretary of the
e et Nettles-Alderman. | high, not only with his people at And a full line of

.t Treasury) Last Sunday, Sept. 30th, Mr. Ritch the home he came from, but by all Ladies desire that irresistible i i Undertakers' Supplies
mmmmmmmm00e0000m For the purpose of equipping Nettles and Miss Selma Aldermanwere those that knew him in this his now charm-a good
j with arms, clothing and food joined in the holy bonds of mat- home here. Automobile Hearse.

our gallant soldiers who have rimony at the residence of the bride, We extend our heartfelt sympathyto 4j, complexion. Of course i Always on hand. The best service

been called to the field. Notary W. 0. Brooks officiating. They the bereaved ones, and may they they do not wish others I at the lowest prices. Special

t. 0 + For maintaining our navy and our will make their new home.near ProvI- realize that their loss is his gain. ll- to know a beautifier I attention to telegraph orders.

valiant tars uponthe high seas. dence, their old home. A very large {/1 has been used so they I:
Providing the necessary means to crowd attended the wedding and some Registered Embalmer
MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD. : buy bottle of
pay the wages of our soldiers and! sail- beautiful presents were received by
ARTICLES NEEDED BY THE RED ors and, if the bill now pending in the 'I them. May many years of happinessand II DeWITT C. JONES I
CROSS. Congress passes, the monthly allowances prosperity attend the young cou- Board met on Oct. 1, with all mem- Magnolia Balm Starke Fla.

for the support of their dependent bers present. '.
are families and to supply them with ple.Mr.. M. L. Colson, wife and children Minutes of last meeting were read LIQUID FACE POWDER r---- ;
Half a million suits of pajamas life insurance. passed through our city last Saturdayon and approved.On and use according to simple directions. Improvement "
wanted by the Red Cross within the For constructing a great fleet of their way home from Starke. They motion it was ordered that no refreshing.i. noticed Heals u Sunburn once. ,Soothing(top*Ttn.cooling and Try a Telegraph want ad. :
year. You can make a suit or merchant vessels to maintain the line were accompanied by Mrs. M. V. teacher be allowed to draw public P1,, : What. Ro.Rti. j
I. ute the price-75 cents a suit. until they sign a contract. T5c. ti mail JincL V -
of communication with our brave Blackwelder, mother of Mrs. Colson, money GI'DIUiIJ/J or ]
One million sheets are needed-75 troops in France, and to keep our com- who was, on her way home in the It was decided to divide the insur- Sample (either color) for 2c Stamp.LyonMfg.Co. .
cents is the cost of Qne. Three-quar- ance on the Starke High School building H
merce afloat the high seas in defiance Bland section. .
I need- upon 40 South Fifth St.,Brooklyn N.Y.W.
of million pillow cases are
ters a of the German Kaiser and his Miss Essei Mae Banks, who has | between J. R. Davis & Co. and J.
er, too; these pillow cases cost 12 E. Wilson.
submarines.For been visiting her parents at New River A '
r cents each. I for the last weeks On motion it was ordered that New
creating a great fleet of aero- two returned to her F.
54,000 surgeon's gowns are which will home in Jacksonville Tuesday. Miss River negro school be allowed to remain -
planes give complete su-
needed these are worn by the Oakfield, Ga., May 10, 1917.
gowns where is R
; it for one more term of
premacy in the air to the United Banks is one of the valued operatorsof "
in Old Co.
I to protect patients school. Kentucky Mfg. ,
States and the brave nations fighting the Jacksonville Telephone Co.
an operation and cost 80 cents each. The resolution from the Paducah, Ky.
with us against the German military Rev. W. McGuire, of Palatka, a :
The Red Cross wants for our Union School : HARDWAREW .
Furnishing Co., of Chicago
minister of the Christian church
menace; and for'other necessary war spentlast
2,000,000 comfort kits. Please allow me to state that I have
was-ordered the min-
I week in Lake Butler and preachedeach on
Another immediate need is bath towels purposes. sold your hog cholera remedy for one
I ute book of record
as part our :
The Congress of the United States evening at.the Christian churchto
1,100,000 are called for. They season and have ordered more for this W
We the board of instruction
of public ,
has authorized the secretary of the congregations considerable size,
cost 30 cents each. season. Last year I sold it to 12 or J
Bradford Florida
treasury to sell to the American considering the inclemency of the
. Americans wanted 15 who raise told
I each of
Two million are men hogs.
bonds of the United States bearing weather that prevailed throughout the authorize your agent, Dr. J. L. Kelley A 'i
to give a pair of socks; or if you give and his assistant to visit the trustees them to take the remedy, feed it to
four cent interest with valua- week. The people of Lake Butler -
, 12 cents the Red Cross can buy a pair. per of the following districts in Bradford their hogs and if they lost a single
ble tax exemptions, and convertible impressed with the able sermons of
under certain conditions into other isM. McGuire and the members of the county, viz: Theressa, Hampton, Long hog from disease of any kind not to R .J.J"d
me a cent for the remedy, but
WHAT FOR THE CHRISTMAS SHIP I 1 sues; of United States bonds that may church express a liking for him that Bridge, Starke, Little Springs, Providence pay
I be authorized by Congress. The offi- 1 I may lead up to his being called to the Brooklyn, Raiford, Pine Hill, I when they began to sell cotton everyman :1 h";
came in and paid me for the medicine
Vanderbilt, Graham, New River Midway I E
vial circular of the Treasury Depart- ministry of the Lake Butler Christian -
You must act quickly you are go- and everyone of them told me
ment gives full details. church. He left Saturday morningfor Pine Grove, Heilbronn, Rising,
; ing to send anything on the Christmas that it was the best hog medicine they
There is offered to the American Graham to participate in the Boatdrain, Brooker, Bradford, Roberts,
the now
the bulk of
I I ship which will carry ever had used. One man paid me for C. Jone
Raiford Lake Butler Johns-
I Red Cross Christmas gifts for our Roll people a new issue of $3,000,000- Christian county convention, held at the small package and bought $5
I t 000 of bonds to be the Second town, Lawtey, Thomas, Sampson, Zif,
known as that place
France. The Christmas ship Saturday and Sunday.
diers in worth
l Guilford and sell them more and said it was the best
soon-probably by the Liberty Loan. They will be issued Rev. Paul Kendall writes from Atlanta any sup Starke FloridaThe
will sail very plies for their school that that he had ever tried.lours ,
I middle of the monthfwyppujujpujpu in such denominations and upon such ] that he expects to preach on the they may
terms that every patriotic citizen will l wish, provided, that in no case shall very truly,
later second in
, middle of October. Articles sent Sunday at Lake
I may not reach our men by Christ have an opportunity to assist the government Butler. He has been under medical the sale be for a greater amount than W. F. BARTLETT.Sold QuInIne That Does Hoi AffectBecause tflllIIad
the D. C. Jones Starke 10-5-4t.
amount specified the by ,
I'' mas. Because of the scarcity of shipping by lending his money upon treatment for several weeks in that Superintendent of its tonic and laxative effect LAXi.
the of a United States governmentbond. E. R. Poppell. When a sale TIVE BROMO QUININE la better than ordiagrQuinine
and for other reasons, the Rfd: city and is greatly improved in health.
is made, the order and note notes Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell and does not cause nervonintii Mr
Cross will accept for distribution for. We shall all be glad to have this Godly ringing! in bead. Remember the nil name tad
I our men in France only certain specified It is essential to the success of the man with us again. must be signed by not than two trus everybody. Advertises look for the signature of E. W. GAOY& JOt

I articles, about which you can war and to the support of our gallant Rev. H. Blake has been conducting tees, and the order and other
t Remember troops that these loans shall not only the services both here must then be submitted to Supt. E. R. '
I learn at your nearest Chapter. and at Worthington \\f
I. also that the Red Cross will 11 be subscribed, but over-subscribed. None o Springs in his absence. Poppell, whom we hereby empower to :
is asked to donate his approve, if correct, and a copy be furnished -
I not accept articles for delivery to individual or give money Rev. Walstein McCord will com I
for record in the minutes of the
soldiers or sailors; use the to the government; but everyoneis mence evangelistic services at Worthington J
i mails for such articles. asked to lend his money to the gov Springs commencing on first board. WINTER is
i ernment. The loans will be repaid in Sunday in October. The following bills were then exam- comingWhen

t full with interest at the rate of four Mrs. J. E. ined and ordered paid:
Maines and son, Hal visited
J. R. Davis
SOLDIERING. per cent annum. A &: Co. premium on ins pol. 49.50
per governmentbond
1 Lake City Saturday and Sunday.Master C. A. Knight clerical work ________ 25.00
,1i i is the safest investment in the Alva Bailey spent the weekend T. B. Pin holster board service ______ ?.00
. world it is as good as and J. E. Douglass do ___________ 12.60
; Who swore me in-then cursed me out, better because currency at Raiford with his father, Mr. J. C. MeRae do ________________ 8.20
'! And vowed I was clumsy lout, yet the governmentbond W. A. Bailey.A E. R. Poppell salary _____________ 126.00 every member of the family assembles a-
a bears interest and currency does E. R Poppell incidentals ____________ 7.77
J Unfit in fact to be about? not. No other investment little girl was born to Mr. and Bessie Terry teaching _______________ 45.00 round the HEARTHSTONE and enjoys the comfortsof
, -The Major. compares Mrs. A. C. Strickland, last Thudsday. L. L. Blackburn do ____________ 90.00
with it for safety, ready convertibility Mrs. Kate Shirley of Dukes Doris Law do _______.________.______ 40.00
into cash, and unquestioned availability I near Lois Terry do ___________________ 40.00
Who drilled me seven weeks or more died last Sunday. Interment was at Mattie Stalsby do _________________ 40.00
as collateral security for loans in Swift Creek cemetery. She was 50 I Loea Johnson do -.--..-__.___....... 40.00
'I Till feet and legs and arms were sore, C. E. ______
any bank in the United States. Kelley do ___ 25.00
And made me want to spill his gore? years of age. A. O. Jenkins do __________..___ 60.00 Now is the time to TOUCH UP the walls and
: -The Captain. People by thousands ask the Treasury Rev. B. N. Mason former of M. D. Paul do ______________________ 30.00 woodwork with
Paint Plastico and make the in.
constantly how they can help the. pastor Joie Keller do ______________ 25.00 etc.
/' Fort Call and New Zion churches, died S. S. Dowling do ______________ 125.00
Who tramped me out through grasses government in this war. Through the last Sunday at Gainesville. B. D. Law do _________________ 70.00 terior attractive.
purchase of Liberty Bonds every one Delle Stroman ____________. 70.00
deep No Woman's Club of Lake Butler E. C. Warren do _________________ 75.00
So red-bugs up my calves could creep, can help. more patriotic duty can will tender the teachers of the High Mrs. A. E. Wall do ____________ 60.00 I .
be performed by those who cannot actually School Lois Peek do _____________________ 60.00
And made lose six nights of sleep? a reception at their club
me fight upon the field of battle] room Mrs. E. K. Stud do _________________ 60.00 I FOR WOODWORK FOR WALLS
The Lieutenant. Friday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. Mrs. J. C. Poppell do ___________ 60.00
than to furnish the government with A pleasant time is anticipated. Olive Ray do --___________________ 60.00 !
the Bradford Co. Telegraph _____ Kyanize all colors Plastico all colors
necessary money to enable it to printing 40.75 ,
Who told me I must make heels meet Quite a number of people from Lake Nellie
Eubanks teaching ____________ 25.00
give brave
While at "attention" on the street, our soldiers and sailors all Butler attended the Christian church Bradford Co. Bank interest _:._._____. 49.13 I White enamel, Menitone, all colors,
knock-knees that they require to make them strong convention at Graham D. McNetton Co. library _______ 22.50
; Though feet? separate my for the fight and capable of winning a and Sunday. Among those last who Saturday went Bradford Co.Spedal Bank loan Tax ------------H50.00 District. i Oil Stain, flat finish, flat cote

-The SergeantWho swift victory over our enemies. from here were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. F. F. Stump incidentals 19 _________ 4.50 I Velvotone waxed finish Lu-Co-Flat in colors
We R. A. Jones work 27 _______________ 1.60 ,
fight, first of all, for America'svital Rivers, Mrs. W. A. Bailey, Misses J. C. Crews books 26 _______._ti270 I
yelled "Guide Right!" the whole rights, the right to the unmolested Thelma Bailey, Minnie Lee Hilton, Ethel Means teaching 6 ___________. 35.00
and unobstructed use of the Marion Mary Pope do ..........__-.__...-____ 20.00 !
night long high Richard, Evelyn Bennett and D. McNetton Co. library 4 __________ 22.50 j'I '
Without one let-up on that song, seas, so that the surplus products of Mae McKinney and Messrs Jesse Thomas P. W. MLeod teaching 19 ________ 50.00 I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY

While he, and not myself, was wrong? our mines and our factories may be and M. J. Sapp. J.Bradford T. Quigley Co. Bask materials loan 3 2_____________ 260.00 46.50 I .
-The carried into the harbors of Sheriff Driggers of Baker I
: Corporal. every county: The board adjourned to meet the
friendly nation in the world. Our was in Lake Butler this week.A first Monday in November. STARKE, FLA

Who tried to get me out of step, welfare and prosperity as a people de little son was born to Mr. and | E. R. POPPELL, t :
And make me lose my native "pep," pend upon our right of peaceful inter Mrs. R. 0. Parrish at Guilford. .

But never could, for I was "hep?" course with all the nations of the Mr. C. A. Rowand, of Starke, was Secretary.

-The Rest of the HomeGuard. earth. To abandon these rights by in Lake Butler last week advertising I I
withdrawing our ships and commerce the picture show.

g from the seas upon the order of a military Mrs. W. W. Hull, of Watertown, I

, Who with his mental eye can see despot in Europe would destroy passed through here last Tuesday, en-
,) No better soldier lived than me? prosperity and bring disaster and humiliation I route home. She had been visiting

Again I ask you, who is he? upon the American people. her father-in-law, G. B. Hull, in Tren- 117IN6

Myself.. We fight to protect our citizens ton. She was accompanied by her two or SAVINQ which?

against assassination and murder upon children.

the high seas while in the peaceful ex Mrs. Sarah Douglass visited her .
REWARD ON GERMAN COMM AN- ercise of those rights demanded by in mother, Mrs. M. A. Dukes, at Dukes

f DER'S HEAD. ternational and every instinct and this week, her mother being very ill.

dictate of humanity. .I Mrs. R. F. Rivers spent Saturday in Our entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomesa

i:E GIRARD, Tex., Oct. 3-.Citizens of institutions We fight to and preserve our sovereignity our democratic Dukes Mr. visiting B. Feinberg relatives.has purchased a national duty for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste.
! this city have set a price on the head as a
of the commander of the Eleventh division nation against the menace of a powerful new Mr.Overland country club auto. Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as

of the German army, having and ruthless military autocracy building Steve Brannen west of has purchasedthe well is almost wholly dependent the manner in which produce and
i, raised a fund of $10,000 for his capture ( headed by the German Kaiser, whose Douglass & upon we { ,
alive. The Texans ambition is to dominate the) world. Knights Grocery Store on West Main save. You husband financial
'I dead or seek street. The can your resources by saving the pennies and i
We fight also for the noblest ideal building was owned by
this his
particular commander because
I 11 the one who offered a reward of of universal democracy and liberty, the the above firm and was occupied by depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless

$100 soldier.for the capture of the first American right of equally the smallest with the and most weakest powerfulto nations shop.Mr. C. Mr.D. Addison Addison, has who sold ran his a barber interest and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities..

live and to govern themselves ac in the business to Mr. Acie Bran

r cording to the will of their own pee nen, who will continue the business Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank
ra CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN and be assisted by Mr. Addison during

ON YOUR WIFE S DRESSER pIe.We fight for peace, for that just and the fall and winter season. He has at close of business Sept llth 1917.

lasting peace which agonized and tortured just added another fine barber chair .
I to the shop.
humanity craves and which not
Cincinnati Man Tells How to the sword nor the bayonet of a military Mr. J. Lacy Douglass made a business RESOURCES LIABILITIES ,

Shrivel Up Corns or CallusesSo despot right but alone the supremacy can restore of to vindicated a Mr.trip Robt.to Jacksonville Padgett, of last Jacksonville Tuesday., Loans and Discounts 197296.91 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

They Lift Off With distracted world. and Mr. Philip Padgett, of Everhardt, State County and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00 r'

Fingers. To secure these ends I appeal to every S. C., came Sunday to attend the funeral Claims and Resources 9,416.98 Undivided profit, less expenseS paid 2,102.59Cashier's .
of their father Mr. L. P.
man and woman who resides Padgett. 3.y
soil of free America and enjoysthe uponthe Death of :Mr. L. P. Padgett. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 checks outstanding 669.50
Ouch ? ? This kind of
Last Saturday All other Real Estate owned
, blessings of her priceless institutions morning, Sept. 29th, 5,861.50 Deposits 267,568.90
rough talk will be heard less here in
to join the League of Mr. L. P. Padgett passed Mr. Over-drafts
a town if people troubled with corns will Patriots by secured and unsecured 832,52
Padgett from
was Everhardt S. C.
purchasing Liberty Bond. ,
follow the simple advice of this Cin- a and had been making his home with Cash on hand and in Banks 69933.06

. t cannati authority, who claims that a his son, Mr. J. D. Padgett, and familyof
few drops of a drug called freezone CHANGE IN JAIL OFFICERS. this place. Last September one TOTAL $305,340.99 TOTAL $305,340.99This

when applied to a tender, aching corn year ago he went back to South Carolina -

or hardened callus stops soreness at M. Cameron, who lately became'one to visit his. sons at that place and bank invites
you as a loyal citizen to
once, and soon the corn or callus dries of the members of the Starke Motor during his visit he was paralyzed. He begin saving now. If you

up and lifts right off without pain. Co., gave up his position as deputysheriff : returned to his home here last July, are not a depositor, a dollar will open an account for you, and you can deposit

He says freezone dries immediately and jailer. Mr. Cameron was where his son and family gave him all at time in
I and never inflames or even irritatesthe one of the best deputy sheriffs Bradford the attention possible. any any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly.

surrounding skin. A small bottle county ever had; brave, zealousand Mr. Padgett was 65 years of age

will cost very little at any drug store a good detective. He has moved and leaves to mourn him, besides many r

but will positively remove every hardor with his family to the Russell cottage, friend, three sons, Messrs. J. D. Pad- Bradford
soft corn or callus from one's feet.: corner Madison and Church streets. gett, of this place; Robt. Padgett, of County BankBradford

Millions of American women will wel lW.. W. Baisden has been appointedoffice Jacksonville; Philip Padgett, of Ever-

l come this announcement since the ii n- deputy and jailer by Sheriff Ep hardt S. C., also one daughter, Mrs.Lear .

R auguration of the high heels' If your person. Mr. Baisden formerly held Hodges, of Lake Butler; and two

. druggist doesn't have freezone tell himto this position during a part of S. B. sisters, Mrs. Anna Hires, of Savannah County's Financial Stronghold.

E order a small bottle for you. (61) Denmark's term as sheriff. He is well Ga.; and Mrs. Sarah Sumner of

suited for the position and has the reputation Bluffton and brother. Maddie Padgettof Starke Florida. .
: The Telegraph the county paper- of being first-class jailer. of Savannah, Ga. The services were ,

contains all live State and Nationalnews has already moved to his new quarters conducted at the residence of Mr. J. N. T. RITCH, Pre W.T Week Viu-Pres.
i1 as well as doings of the farm with his family, and T. C. Thomas will D. Padgett, Rev. L. A. Rawls officiat J. H. RITCH, Cuhierr l

and home folk 4 ..:A.lj.J2; take care of his farm west of town. ing. The remains were then turned



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= NEW ENGINE EXPECTED TO TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL. "0 Whom For What Period of Lletni Total Ant Dm
'-- GIVE U. S. AIR SUPREMACY. "rant PapFroI When To When State'County

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 152 Subscriptions Paid During Sep
t. 't W. T. Saxon _________Merchant Oct. me 1. :m .S 3.00 suo
1 O
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3.-Tests of tember. 55 Hampton Naval Stores Co. __!'t Sti.l Oct 1916 1. 1917.Oct -.-..... $17.50
by 5 Hampton Naval Stores Co. _..Merchant 1. 1916 1. 1917-... ..$ 3.00 S 1.50
r the new liberty motor designed 7 J. C. Barry ________ ___Mi.rstunt Ot 1. 1916 1. 1917-......-S S.OO
f [Lie State News government engineers, have proved it R. M. Jenkins, Mrs. L. )k'. Wain 58 C. B. Rbr____________Merrrai.t Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917- .....S 3.00 11iO

so completely successful that it is pre- wright, G. W. Lewis B. H. LeverettR. 1 T R. ____Merchant Oct. 1. 1916Oct O 1. 1917.......-S S.OO 1 10.
0 Dr. L. L. Lamb _______-....PhysicianI 1. 191S 1. 1917.. ....110.00 S 5.00
dicted it will revolutionize aviation, T. Taylor, E. Lewis, J. W. Padgett G. B. Colson ..______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct Oct 1. _$ 3.00 $ 1.50
! and give the United States the most C. B. Strickland Philip Nettles, C. M 2 J. A. Douglass _________.Meat Market Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917-......_$ 5.00 S 2.50
Told by Our Exchanges. effective fleet of airplanes in the world. i, R. H. Green &Son _______.Merchant Oct 1, 1916 1. 1917-......-S 3.00 I 1.50
Andreu, Arthur Brannen, R. A. Hiers 4 L. T. Shaw ________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917-....,..$ 3.00 f 1.50
I; The new airplane fleet is to be 0. T. Nelson, W. E. Griffis, A. J. Grif, '5 1.. A. Brown ...___________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-...-$ 3.00 I 1.50
c "" equipped with the new motor, which is C. C. Williamson 6 John Shriver .......____Mrenanl Oct. 1. 1916Oct Oct 1. 1917._ -t 3.00 S 1.50
last week The contract Johns, Steve J 7 J. W. Vininl ___________ ...Merchant 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ......-$ S 1.50
; FROSTPROOFOne' day exclusive ot the curbing. was designed in Washington under B.. Townsend, Mrs. Mattie Crawford, 8 R. W. ___________...Mia'it Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191_.......$ 3.0. f 1.50
1- S. S. Davis and sons, sold at auctioni price was $1.81 a square yard. Thisis high pressure. It had been proposedto Mrs. J. P. Bennett, E. C. Williams, 9 A. C. Whittaker ________________Bakr 1. 1918 Oct 1. 1917.......-S LOG S 1.50
eighteen bales of wool, all of which the first government aid road builtin have plans sent from Europe for I Mrs. W. F. Strong T. j. Poppell V. I ''0 H. Rosenberg _________ Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917-........$ 3.00 $ 1.50
1 Farmers & Dealers Bank .___.Banken 1. 1916 1. S 7.50
Oct Oct
Y, was this year's shearing. The eighteen Florida and will be constructed under motors for the new fleet, but army and R. Prevatt Miss Thelma Bailey, H. D.; '9 A. D. 1.charie__________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 1. 1917$5.00 1911 111

s:: bales weighed 12,186 pounds net the direction of the state highway : other government engineers asserted Lynn, L. L. Conner R. L. McLeod, H. 13 Lake Butler Drug Co. ..Merchant

'}:; and sold for 64% cents per pound, a department The work will be startedat I that they could design a better engine D. Carter, L. L. Leach, C. 0. Carroll, '4 Douglass & Knight _______.____MerehantOverstreel Druggist Ot. 1.1. 1916 1916 Oct.Oct 1.1. 1917 19111____ S.OO 3.00 $$ 1.59 1.59
about $7,860. once and completed inside of four shorter time than l5 Furniture & Hardware Store
J total of than any known in a Steph"n DeSue, P. H. Thomas, A. W. *

J months. the plans could be brought across the Luke, Rawson Davis A. G. Brown, D. q6 E. Klondes __________.-_____Restaurant Merchant Oct. 1.1. 1916 1916 Oct Oct 1.1. 1917 1917_.__-I_.S 450 5.00 (S 2.25 2.50

: .JACKSONVILLE.-Final work is ocean, and they did it. Sasser, Mrs. M. S. Jordan, M. Lynn, 17 Lake Butler Marke________Merehant Oct 1. 1918 Oct. 1. 1917__ _$ SOOt S 1.50
the '8 A. __________Merchant 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___ 3.00 ( 1.50
now being rushed on the hull and upper JACKSONVILLE.-Caught by the In the preliminary new P. A. Johanson, B. J. Kelly, Susie Reed 19 C Butler Ice and Power Co. Ice ,Ot

structure of the steamer Maple, powerful undertow on the beach at motor has already broken many estab- Saxton, A. I. Mann, S. R. Roberts, G. Factory Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 191110.00 $ 6.0
15th. little after lished airplane records. In a state W. J. H. C. T. Gordon 10 Dr. Seeber King .________Physician 1. 1916 1. _.._ (
which was launched September Pablo Saturday evening at a Sapp, Dowling, Oct Oct 5.0
11 Dr. J. E. Maines _____________Physician 1. 1916 1. 197..i10.O0
This vessel is 1,900 tons and is said 7 o'clock, while a member of a ment issued by the secretary of war, Miss Carrie McKay David Durban 12 Lake Butler Bank ....._____..Bankers O. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_..__.$15.00 11.00.

; to be the largest wooden passenger member of a seining party, C. A. Ren- the following description of the new R. E. Parrish, J. J. Brannen, W. S. '3 Tomlinson-Maines Drug C Merchant

_a .and freight carrying ship ever builtIn dleman, a broker of this city, was engine is given: Brannen, Mrs. F. A. Shaller, J. F. 14 A. 1.. Driggers Co. ________Merehant Druggist Oct Oct. 1.1. 1916 1916 Oct Oet 1.1. 1917 1917____S 450S 3.00 $( 2.25 1.50

the South. drowned. It is stated that Rendleman "The new engine amounts practically Kickliter, L. G. Johnson, James Williamson 15 R. E. Dell ________________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917__-__$ 3.00 S 1.50
he to international model. It embodies '6 Strickland. Ball _________Merchants Oct 1. 1916 Oet 1. 1917...._$ 3.00 ( 1.50
seine when an A.
the end of the J. J. McKinney W. G.
I was on 17 1 ______..________Merehant Oet 1. 1916 1. 1917-_..$ S.OO ( 1.50
OAK.-The bull which bit apparently went into a slough. Two the best there is in American Stringfellow, J. M. Conner, Perry Do- 18 Onie Pont ___Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917-__$ 3.00 ( 1.50
LIVE pup members of the party rushed to his engineering, and the best features of ver, L. E. Roberts, Hill Adams, J. E. 19 S. J. Keith ______________Merehant Oet 1. 1916 O. 1. 1917_._$ 3.00 $ 1.50
nine people on the plantation of Mr. far it has been 00 Frank Marshall ____________Merehant Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-....I 3.00 S 1.50
j assistance and in this one was so badly European models, so as Bohannan H. Brownlee, J. E. J. ____ _
Croft including him, his wife and 01 M. E. Burke MerehantW. Oet I. isis Oct. 1. 1917.___S S.OO ( 1.50
V, J. H. killed Wednesday exhausted that first aid treatment was possible to adapt the latter to American Wainwright T. W. Waters R. M. Her- 02 E. Such ____________Merchant Oet 1. 1916 Oet 1. 1917.__-.$ 3.00 ( 1.50
three children, was manufacturing methods. 03 H. R. Brown ________Telephone System Oct. 1. 1918 1. 1917...__$ 4.70 $ 2.35
necessary. It is stated that the tide sey, W. T. Hersey S. E. Johnson R. Oct
and the head sent to the Health Board, 04 Blue Poster Advertising C AdvertiainJ 1. 1916 1. 1917-__..S 6.00 S 2.50
i' The following day Dr. was running south at a swift rate andit "The two engineers most directly J. Glover, W. P. Mitchell, T. P. Ren- 05 R. B. Prie ___________ \! Oct 1. 1916 O 1. 1917-..._S S.M S 1.50
t Jacksonville.' was hard to stand in the rough seaa connected with the production of the froe, Henry Brown, W. W. Moore, E. 06 W. I. Carlton _____________Merehant Ot.. 1. 1916Oet O Ot. 1. 1917-...--$ 3.00 ( 1.50
J. M. Price received a message from 07 A. V. Long __._______...____.Lawyer 1. 1916 1. 1917.__..$10.00 $ 5.00
Board stating that examination of I. tbest. Mr. Rendleman was heard to United States aviation engine, had before L. Prescott, J. P. Summers, S. Griffie, 08 Sam Rnbr ________.Merehant 1. 1916 Ot. 1. 1917......t 3.00 ( 1.50 :
the call for help. It is believed that he them not only the blue prints and Alva Leonard E. W. Lane W. I. Carlton .09 Bob ____________Merchant O 1. 1916 O O 1. 1917-...--$ 3.00 ( 1.50
the head showed rabies. 10 P. S. McMillan ___________.
Merehant Oct 1. 1916 1. 1917S 3.00 ( 1.50
would have held grasp'on the net hadit models of the most successful G. J. Waters Rev. M. M.
a Fryer '11 U. D. Miner __________Merchant 1. 1916 Oet 1. 3.00 ( 1.50
not been that the pounding breakers war has produced but also every J. E. Fronz, Rev. N. T. King, Rev. H. '12 W. M. Bryan ___________Bbr Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1971 111 3.00 ( 1.60

WEST PALM BEACH.-F. 'A. Mc- benumbed him to a certain extent available American suggestion. Men. G. Denison, W. M.| Gillyard, Fred Net. ''13 14 Handy Brymer Co________._____-Torn Oet Oct 1.1. 1918 1916 Ot. 1.1. 111 S.O t$17.50 2.50

Kenzie, contractor, who was awardedthe skilled in the invention of motors,, I tIes, Mallory Thomas', J. L. Courson, 115 Powel-lith- Co. .._____.Mtl'\hnt Sti Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19115.0-..-. $ 1.50
contract for the construction of the DAMAGE DONE AT PENSACOLA I both automobile and airplane, advised I J. N. Douglass, R. Williams, A. S. U8 S. E. Norman __________-.___ Oet 1.1916; Oct 1.; 1917__ 3.00 ( 1.50 t
from the 117 Ch. Simpkins! _______..... Merchant 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917Ost __$ 3.00 ( 1.50
Everglades highway present NOT AS GREAT AS REPORTED these engineers, who were charged \ Feagle, M. A. Warren W. A. Knight, 118 Richard _______Insurance Agent O. 1. 1916 1. 1917____ ( 2.50
terminus to the big bend in the canal, with the duty of providing rapidly and F. M. Dowling, G. W. Hurst T. F. Rivers 119 V. R. Prevatt ______Barr Shop Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917__' 1.00 $ .50

wil Ibegin work on the road the latter unerringly, a motor which would embody B. R. Waters, C. M. Dennison D. 120 GrUTi Bros ---___________ Oct 1. 1916 O 1. 1917__$ LOG ( 1.50 ;
121 Whitten Co. ____
of the week. Machinery has already Only News From City was by Wireless essential for war-time E. Johnson Mrs. H. M. Johns R. H. 1. Merchant Oct 1.: 1916 1. 1911 3.00 $ 1.50 _
part every use. 122 W. Whitten &Co ----__.Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ___ 4.59 $ 2.25
been placed at the terminus. to New Orleans. Non-essential complexities were con Taylor, S. B. Griffis, Robert Groover, 123 R T. Taylor ________Merchant Druggist Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.___$ 3.00 S 1.-0
124 GwinHami" Co. ______Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-___* 3.00 ( 1.50
discarded these R. F. Renfroe E. D. Futch W. A. Du.
sistently engineers.The
by 125 -____1._____Merchant 1. 1916 Oft 1. 1917___$ 'SOA S 1.69
who PENSACOLA, Oct. 1.-By wirelessto result was a composite design of bose, W. S. Valencia N. W. Horn 0. 126 Roberta Bros --____________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916Oet Oct. 1, 1917Oct __$ 3.00 $ 1.59
PLANT CITY.-H. A. Shaver, 127 J. H. Avery ________Merchant _____ $
D. Dobbs --- 1. 1916 1. 1917 3.00 1.50
minimum A.
operated a canning factory of large New Orleans.-Estimates today of maximum power, weight, J. Brooks, B. J. Rosier, 128 J. H. Denmark -___________--Merchant Oct. 1, 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-__$ 3.00 ( 1.59
here last spring ana sum- the damage done in the city of Pensa- great speed capability and adaptability E. Gatlin, ,D. Lennon, Andrew Kite, 129 Godwin-Harrell &Co. -____Turp. Still Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___....$20.00 $10.00
proportions cola by the tropical hurricane last Fri to quick production."The Prof. S. A. Draper, D. A. Powell J. 130 Weaver Drug ___.Merchant
and is now in the same business Druggist Oct 1916 3.00 ( 1.50
mer, 1. 1.
At Pikesville Tenn., was here on a day placed the property loss at not standardization of parts materially W. Smith, A. F. Philips W. E. Jones, 131 J. L. Whitten ,Co -_______ Oct 1911

more than $100,000. The damage was simplifies the problem of repair Joe Torton, Levy Fralick, Henry Free- Still Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917___$20.00 $10.00
Mr. Shaver
business visit this week. 132 G. H. Cone ______
L. C. E. W. Turner ----- Barber Shop Oct. 1. 1916 1. 1917____* 1.00 $ .50
said he would return to this city this confined principally to wires window and mainteance. Spare parts will man, Prescott 133 B. M. Leverell ---________MerchantMerchant Oct 1. 1418 Oct 1. 1917___$ 3.00 S 1.69
winter in time to be in readiness for glass, the water front roofs and frail be promptly available at all times. Ev- Col. V. J. Shipman, J. M. Rimes, 0. B. 134 S. W. Smit---____________ Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_.._..$ S.OO ( 1.69
Hazen J. W. Nichols W. T. Turner 135 Abe ------__________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____$ 3.00 ( 1.59
frame structures. No of loss ,
operating his factory next spring oneven reports en the cylinders are designed saparately. 136 H. C. Richard ____In.urn.Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_____ $ 2.59
scale than this of life or injuries to persons in this It is possible to build the new engine Prof. G. C. Looney, A. S. Kelly, R. D. 137 H. C. Richard ______ .Insurance Agent Oct 1. 1916Oct Oct. 1. 1917Oct ____ $ 2.50
larger year. vicinity have been received. in four models ranging from four Kelly, F. E. Brown Anna Edwards, 138 H. C. Richard _______Insurance Agent 1. 1916 1. 1917_____ $ 2.50
; 139 H. ________
C. Richard
Insurance Agent 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917____ $ 2.50
There was a slight damage in the to twelve cylinders, and under the E. T. Parrish, R. B. Sullivan, Mrs. J. 140 H. C. Richard -________ .Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917...___ S 2.59

WELLBORN.-After consideringthe neighboring villages of Warringtonand standardization now worked out, an E. Wilson Albert Moseley, W. N. Cox I 141 H. C. Richard _________Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 O 1. H17-.___ S 2.51
.matter for some time, the town Student aviators J. W. Addison W. C. Whitten Jeff H. 142 H. C. RichardInsurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916Oct 1. 1917Oct ___ $ 2.50
from ,
Woolsey. eight-cylinder or a twelvecylindermodel 143 C. A. Mixon ___________Merchant 1. 1916 1. 1917___..( 3.00 ( 1.50
council of Wellborn recently adopteda the naval aeronautic station near here can be made, using the same Dowling, C. Purvis Mrs. S. M. Smith, 114 F. C. Hollinnsworth _____Repair Shop 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917__._$ 5.00 $ 2.51

resolution which provides for sur- rescued a number of persons from the standard cylinders pistons valves W. C. Cason, Lieut. Hoke Smith, N. 145 B. B Hopson ---______Picture Show Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1911$0.00 $ 6.09
146 R. ______
through the town Humphrey Turpentine Still Oet 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ___.. $19.99
facing the highway T. Ritch Jr. E. Adkins Williams -
flooded of R. Wiley
portion Warrington duringthe cam shafts, and so on. 147 Jay S. Brown ------____.Merchant 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917 -S 3.00 ( 1.60
a distance of three-quarters of a mile storm. Ten fishing schooners and Wm. Varnes E. B. Phillips. 148 A. A. Hazen ------_______Merchant Oct 1. 1916 1. 1917_..$ 3.00 ( 1.50
east and west. The main road will be "This will make the question of repairs 149 Citizens Bank of Raiford ____Bankers Oct 1. 1916 1. 1917-__$15.00 S 7.50 '
brick nine feet wide ether small vessels were aground in back of the lines a comparativelysimple 150 D. C. Kinlaw & Co ________Merchants O 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___$ 3.00 $159
laid with paving the harbor and one large steamer was matter. The of wrecked 151 D. C. Kinlaw & Co. __.Turpentine Still O 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-_-$20.00 $10.00
with three feet of gravel on each side, aground in five feet of water. A few parts GIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS 152 S. T. Dowling _______Merchant Ot.. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____$ 3.00 S 1.50
eight-cylinder or twelve-cylinder 153 Townsend's Garage ________Garage _$10.00 $ 5.00
hard surface fifteen feet -- Oet. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-
making a other merchant vessels were driven engines will be interchangeable, and a SKIN WHITENER 154 J. O. Phillips --___________Physician Oct 1.: 1916 1. 1917---$10.00 $ 5.00
wide. The material has been ordered 155 J. G. ___ Oct
___Merchant 11.50
ashore .
but not damaged. Rbr Oct 1. 1916 1. 3.0 ) r.
when new engine may be assembled from 156 M. A. ______Merchant 1911___ S 1.59
and it expected to arrive soon, Dkes ------ Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1.
Authorities at the navy yard stated the parts of wrecked machines. How To Make a Creamy Beauty 157 J. W. And"W" Son ___Liver Stable Oct. 1. 191Oet Oct 1. 1917-___S 6.00 S 2.5A t
work will begin. the loss there would aggregate about 158 Stephen Brown --_______ 1. 1916 Oct. 1, 1917-___$ S.))) $ 1.50
100000. including an unroofed build- "The standardization of the new engine Lotion For a Few Cents. 159 McCall Bros.- C. ________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___$ 3.00 $ 1.50
does not mean there will he no 160 McCall Bros. & ___Turntin. Still n i, 'nie n.. i 1017 tonnn *1ft fin
ST. PETERSBURG-Eighty Greeks ing, store sand supplies and airplanes.No in the There 161 Quigley Lumber & Supply &,. Merchant I'CL.Oct 1.1 191Q 1915 Oct 1, 1J17:=:$ 8.00: $ 1.54:
change it during war. The juice of two fresh lemons strained 162 Quigley Lumber &
hundreds of miles out in the Gulf of estimate was available as to the Supply Co. Lumber
will be continuous experimentation as into a bottle containing three ounces Dealers Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917-....._$15.00 $ 7.50
certified the cost of the track and
have been by repairing bridgeson
Mexico 163 W. A. Bessent Jr _______Merehant ___.
S 1.50
and improvements developat ----- Oet 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917- $ S.OO
Pinellas county selective board as conscripts the electric railway between here new types of orchard white makes a whole 164 F. F. Stump ------______Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.__ .$ S.OO $
in the national The men and the navy yard. The wreckage the front, and new ideas are born quarter pint of the most remarkable 165 J. O. Haynes -----___________Dentist Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1.: 1917._...,..$10.00 S 10.
army. of the war emergency. If the enginecan lemon skin beautifier at about the cost 166 Johns Furniture Co. --______Merchant 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-.....$ 3.00 $ 1.50
are engaged in sponge fishing and may caused by the storm was rapidly be- will be 167 J. C. Poppell -----__________Lawyer Oct. 1. 191R Oct. 1. 1917-__$10.09 S 5,0
remain away for weeks. They are ing removed and normal conditionswere be improved, it improved, one must pay for a small jar of the ordinary 168 Bradford County Bank ________Bankers Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917- ...$15.00 S 7.50
but as the motor stands today, it is cold creams. Care should be 169 G. M. Sistrunk _____________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-..__.J 3.00 S 1.BO
: scheduled to leave for the training being restored. No communication wonderful and produced 170 C. S. Durling ________________Merehant 1. 1118 1. Ifl7._.$ 3.00 S 1.51
tamps October 3. The Pinellas board with the outside world, except by one of success, taken to strain the lemon juice througha 171 G. H. Bennett __________Merchant Oc.. 1. 1916 O. 1. 1917- _$ 3.00. S 1.50

is trying to solve the problem of how ; wireless had been possible since the dramatic circumstances. fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, 172 G. W. Snellgrove _________Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.__ _$ 3.01 S 1.50
the United 173 Wheeler Bros. ___________Small Show Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917._..$15.00 S 7.50
I and where to find the men in order to storm up to an early hour today but I "The production of the nthis lotion will keep fresh for 174 J. C. Brooks ______________...Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1, 1917._._$ 3.00 $
call them in that they may leave as the telegraph and telephone companies : States motor will be carried on almost months. Every woman knows that 175 E. R. Baker ___________________Dentist Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191110.00 $ 10.
-. scheduled. expected to re-establish communication entirely in a new and expanding indus- lemon juice is used to bleach and remove 176 Mitchell Amusement Co. _________Show Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. -.___ ( 11.5
177 Mitchell Amusement, ____Sale Sta'd 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.___$ 5.0 .
.3 by tonight. No railroad trains trial field. such blemishes as freckles, sal- 178 S. Peterson ______________Sale Stables Oct Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-___$25.00 112.5
had left or enter the city, due to wash- "With the completion of final tests lowness and tan and is the ideal skin 179 Cracker Six Farm Market Meat Market
VERO.-Having motored to West Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-----S 5.00 S 2.50)
Palm Beach in boat Wednesday outs north of here. of the motor-tests which satisfiedand softener, whitener and beautifier. 180 A. D. AndreW____________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-----S 6.00 S !.O
4! an open S gratified both expert engineersand Just try it! Get three ounces of 181 S. B. Stephens _____Hawker and Vender Oct. 1. 1916 O 1. 1917L125.00 $ .
.J afternoon Christy Nelson and I alreadyhas orchard white at any drug store and 182 Alexander Alsop &Jones _.Sale Stable Oct. 1. 1916 Oc 1. 1917.j25.00 SI2.5
t Walter Bell on their return trip the MISS LIDDON WAS MUCH BELOVED. army officers-progr'ss 183 Marks Buick Co. Agency Oct. 1. 1916 1. 19lLSi0.00 .
i been made toward organizing industry two lemons from the grocer and make 184 J. P. King ________-ut______ hant Oct. 1. 1916 Ot.. 1. 19111 3.00 S 1.50
following afternoon were struck by for the manufacture of the new up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant 185 C. A. Youngblood ___________Merchanl Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 19171 .00 11.5
lightning, rendering them unconscious 186 Romey J. Andrews _________Merchant 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917....__$ 3.00 10
in remained until machines and deliveries will begin lemon lotion and massage it daily 187 W. M. Matthews ____..._Physician Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191S10.0 I
I which state they Referring to the death of Miss lola within comparatively short time." into the face, neck arms and hands. 95 188 C. A. Fowler __________________Merchant Oct 1. 1916 Ot 1. 1911 $ 1.50
Saturday afternoon, when they were Liddon the Dade City correspondentto a 190 J. S. Charding ________Merry-go-round O 1, 1916 discovered by the occupants of a houseboat J. S. Charding .____...Mar-oruD 1. 1916 1. 19125. I 112 fl
f. the Tampa Times says that Miss 191 Sann __________________ \! Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1911 I 10
I. who restored them to consciousness. Liddon was more than popular. She 192 1. F. May _____________Insurance Agent Ot 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 117____ I 20

; Mr. Bell was found to be rather was beloved by all who knew her sweet REPORT OF SENSES. 193 194 A. Rnbn ___Theatrical___________Troupe__Merchant Ot. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1911 3.00 I 10
badly burned and bruised. disposition and unselfish nature. She Entertainment Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917110.00 I 5.00 4

j of unusual business abil- 195 Thomas P. Cason ________Hawker and
was a woman issued for Bradford Co unty bv the Tax Collector duplicates of which
Report of licenses Street Vendor Oct. 1. 1916 1. 1917125.00
4 MOORE HAVEN.-Mrs. Marion N. ity and was in Tampa closing a deal have been filed with the County Judge for the period beirinninir on the first day of OctoberA. 196 S. V. Andrews ______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 117..___$ 3.00 112./10
Horwitz, mayor of this town, and John for the transfer of a large tract of D. 1916. and ending on the 30th day of Sep tember A. D. 1917. 197 Jesse James Shows ________Tent Shows Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.l5.00 I .
I 198 End Garage ____Auto Repair Shop Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19l7.l0.fl0 S 6.00
'; J. O'Brien were married recently in land when she was taken sick and died. To Whom For What Period o.UeentePurpote Total Amt. Due 199 Et.. Waters ________________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___$ 3.01 5 1.51
Tampa, 48 hours before O'Brien her Although actively engaged in her Granted From When To When State County 200 C. S. Austin __________Ice Cream Cart Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19l7...._$ 3.00 I 11 I
in affairs Miss Liddon 201 S. 1... Alvarez _____________Barber Shop Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917..__$ 2.00 I .
; privatesecretary, left for service personal accepted 1 C. P. Cason __________Merchant Druggist Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1517S 3.00 $ 1.50 2C2 B. D. Kelley ________Insurance Agent 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 111__. I 2.50
-1. France. During the absence of her the office of secretary of the Pasco 2 PeWitt C. Jones _____________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_.--_$ 4.50 $ 2.25 203 E. J. Johnson _______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ____$ 3.00 I 10 I
: husband Mrs. O'Brien will conduct her county Chapter of the American Red 3 Starke Coca Cola Bottling Works 204 J. W. Townaend ______Turpentine Still Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191120.00 SI.I
; Bottling Works Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___.$10.00 $ 5.00 205 J. Davis ____________Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ...___ 2.51
, war farm of 5,000 acres. She is the Cross and the efficient and energetic I 4 City Barber Shop _________Barber Shop Oct. 1. ISiS Oct. 1. 1917____.$ 2.00 S 1.00 206 J. R. Davis __________Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1117 11_____ S %.50
first woman in the South to be honored manner in which she: carried out the. 5 J. C. Manning _______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1S17____.$ 4.50 $ 2.25 207 J. R Davis __________Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ____ S %.50
of that office testifiesto 6 Rnwand's Cafc ______________Restaurant Oct. 1. 191 by election to head of a municipal government laborious duties 7 Mitchell's Drug Store Merchant Druggist Oct. 1. 1)16 Oct. 1. 1917......$ 3.00 S 1.50 209 J. R Davis __________Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1117____ 5 2.50
her self-sacrificing spirit as well as 8 Starke Hardware Co. __________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. I. 1917____.$ 3.00 $ 1.50 210 J. Davis ____________Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. _____ 5 2.51
I i to her business'ability. 9AM. Darby _______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. Ifl"____-J 4.50 $ 2.25 211 J. R. Davis ______ .,Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____ S %.50
I 10 Ford Garaee _________________Garaite Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____-$10.00 $ 5.00 212 J. R. Davis ______ _Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_____ S %.51
1 LIVE OAK.-Wednesday the sherirs Among the many beautiful floral 11 Bradford County Abetract Co 213 L. B. Ritch ________Insuirjnee Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917----- S UO
tributes were those of the Pasco coun- Abstractors Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____$10.00 $ 5.00 214 W. G. Seals __________Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____ S 2.50 I
; office was notified that the bodyof and the San Antonio 12 Standard Oil Co ________Gasoline Dealers Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_____$10.00 $ 5.00 215 A. Ellis Russell _____________physician Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-----$10.00 5.0 ,
of a dead man had been found near ty Red Cross Chapter 13 Standard Oil Co. ____________Oil Dealers Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_____$25.00 $12.50 216 Demorest Stock Co. __________Showing Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1911S5.11 .5
the and St. Joseph branches of the 14 Standard Oil Co _________Oil; Dealers Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_____$25.00 $12.50 217 S. 'M. Cohen _______________Auctioneer Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ____ !
roadside. Deputy Sheriff Hawkins Pasco county chapter. The funeral I 15 M. L. Loadholti _____________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1PIT-----S 3.00 $ 1.50 218 Starke Motor Co. _____________Garage Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-l0.OOi 5.01 -
J went to the scene and after examination 16 J. W. White A Son __________Merchants Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____ 4.50 $ 2.25 219 Dr. W. E. MiddletonPhysician Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.l0.00 5.00 1 $
that which was held Sunday was one of 17 Starke Telephone Telephone 220 J. S. Gardiner ________Ice Wagon Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 11S 5.00 2.50 : 'J
.j by physicians it was found the largest ever held in Dade City. Systern Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917IS _____$13.00 S 6.50 221 O. Gardiner _____________Meat Market Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191___ 6.11 2.5
i1- he had died of heart disease. It appears the fun- J. W. Moriran ______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____ 6.00 $ 3.00 222 YOlni Trading Co. ___________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1971 3.00 ; ;
that he had been engaged on the Dr. Milton H. Bates preached 19 H. C.. Mason _________________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_____ 3.00 S 1.50 223 Williams ____________Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191S 3.0' 5 10
J eral sermon. 20 N. R. Hull ______________..Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-____ 6.00 $ 3.00 224 A. D. Andrews ____________Sales Stable Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ____ $ t'
ji East' Coast for several months and 21 )'. F. Stump _________________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917..___ 6.00 $ 3.00 225 H. S. Warren ________Turpentine Sti Oct. 1. 1911 Oct. 1. 191S20.0 SO.O
.. .
> nu fls.. I. 1t1-. .0...nn. 0. 1...en... _____ __ I
; ,was making his way back to New 22 N. Sternbenr ________________Merchant vcUiI' "" LI ----- 226 R. H. Smithy Turpentine Oc. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191120.0
York BANKERS DEMAND EXPULSIONOF 23 W. A. Bessent Jr. __________Ponl Room Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917150.00 125.00 227 W. G. Brooks _______......._____Merchant 1. 1916 Oct. 1. __. $ UI
'! as best he could. 24 H. Baumstein ________________Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19171 3.M 1 1.50 228 R. M. Ellerson _______.________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917__...$ 3.01 $ 1.51 :
LAFOLLETTE FROM SENATE 25 W. H. Miner _________________Merchanl Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19171 3.00 1 1.511 229 Prwcott Trading Co. ________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___$ 1.50 $ .75 I
I 26 Bank of Starke ________________Bankers Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917U5.00 I i.50 J30 B. T. Fortner _____________-.Dentist Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1, 1917___.$ G.OO I 2.5
DADE CITY.-Edwin Mills, who 27 A. U Alvarez _____________Meat Market Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1i7___.._$ 3.00 1 1.50 231 BuddmgYon Turpentine Co. TurpentineStill .
l. clams credit for carrying Hhe state of Members of A. B. A. Show Approval 28 J. F. Kickliter ________________Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. IH71 3.00 I 1.50 Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917__.$10.00 S 6. .
President. 29 S. T. Thomas _________________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19171 3.00 I 1.50 232 S. L. Alvarez _______________Pool Table Oct 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917____$25.00 112.5
of of University
.,: 1 West Virginia into the prohibition col- I Speech 10 D. C. Chase __________________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-----S 3.00 1 1.50 233 R. D. Robinson _________Photographer 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____$10.00 .
umn, was here last week just at the 31 Southern Bell Tel. and Tel. Co.Telephone. 234 F. T. Norman ___________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917-' ___$ 3.00 $ 1.50
Business Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19171 .40 1 .20 235 L. H. Hill _______Real Estate Dealer Oct. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 117___.$10.00 $ 500
I. time when several hundred people had ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Oct. 1.- 12 J. N. Stephens ________________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19111 3.00 I 1.50 236 Dr. A. H. Freeman.Physician Oct. 1. 1916 1. 1917___$10.00 I fi.00
'! gathered at the Seaboard depot to bid The convention of the American Bankers 13 Bostick Harley & Co. __________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19-------S 3.00 J. 1.50 237 Jno. M. Mann _______________Physician Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917__$10.00 $ 5.00
Godspeed soldier 14 BoBtick Harley Co ____Turpentine Still Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917135.00 117.50 238 W. L. Blair __________________DrugirUt Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.__.$ 3.00 $ 1/
Ji: to the departing Association held in this city last 15 Cash Grocery Store ________Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19111 3.00 8 1.50 239 W. E. Loadholti ___________Barber Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917.__$ 2.00 $ .
'frselects.. He set about abusing the gov- week, were stirred by the speech of 16 E. M. Blanchard ______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 11\111 3.00 1 1.50 240 W. E. Ldholt ______.........Pool Table Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___$25.00 $12.50
eminent and denouncing the draft law Nicholas Butler President of 17 Lawtey State Bank ____________Bankers Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191iU5.00 S 7.50 241 S. E. Sumerl ...___________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____.$ 3.00 I 1.50
Henry 18 G. H. Beavers ____________Barber Shop Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____$ 1.00 8 .50 242 J. C. :'ocClendname Repair Shop Oet 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___$ 1.50 $ .75
; He came near being set upon by some Columbia University, and expressions 19 H. C. Padgett _______________Merchanl Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917___$ 3.00 1 1.50 243 J. E. ________AttorneyE. Oct. 1. 1916 O 1. 1917__..$10.00 $ 5.00
-J. of his auditors, and was later detainee1 oT approval were heard on all sides. 10 H. R. Sapp _______________-_Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917S 3.00 1 1.50 244 T. Campbell ______________Physician Oct. 1. 1916 Oc 1,1917____.$10.00 $ 5.00
D. J. Boyett ______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____$ 3.00 1.50 245 H. J. Leverett __________...Merehant Oct. 1. 1916 O 1. 1917___$ 3.00 S 1.50
the tl
; by sheriff and his babbagesearched In the course of his remarks Mr. But- '2 W. E. Torode _____________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 19111 3.00 1.50 246 J. W. Andrews Son ____Sales Stable Oct. 1. 1916 1. 1917..........$25.00 $12.50
';. for any indication that he was a German ler demanded that congress exerciseits '3 Thedfe-Moore Co. _________Merchant* Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917....___$ 3.00 1.50 247 James Reynolds ______Turntine Still Oct 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917____$20.00 110.0
tf: spy. Nothing incriminating war constitutional right and expel Sen- '4 Cracker Six Farm Market _Meat Marke Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1911 5.00 2.50 248 W. H. Thomas _____________PhysicianMerehant O 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1917_........_$10.00 1.0
'5 A. J. MeKinney ___________ \! Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1911 3.00 5 1.50 249 W. H Griffin Oct 1. 191$ Oct. 1. 1917___ _$ 3.00 S .
; found and he was released. ator LaFollette. He said: '6 Jackson & Godwin ___________Merchants Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191__ 3.00 S 1.50 250 Offie Per ______________ -Merehant O 1. 1916 Oet 1. 1917Oet ____$ 1.50 1.7 .
Cash Drug Store ___Merchant Druitttist Oct. 1. 1916 1. 1911 3.00 5 1.50 251 J. H. ___..____.Merchant Ot. 1. 1916 1. 1917_?$ 1.50 '
"Our soldiers fight our common 7 O
can H. C. Peace Mercantile Co. __Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 1. 1911 3.00 S 1.50 252 H S. Miller ______.....Merchant O 1. 1916 O 1. 1917__-_$ ..0 S 1.50
XISSIMMEE.-At an adjourned ,--nemy but you and I must fight sedi- 19'I O. 1.. Thomas ________________Merchant Oct. 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1911 3.00 S 1.50 253 S. Crews ___________.......Lawyer Ot. 1. 1916 Oct 1. 191$0.00 I 5.00
is 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 1.00 5 .50 255 MeCall Bros. & Co. __.Turpentine Still 1. 1916 1. _........ $10.00
; the commissionerrMonday tion and treason at home. There a "0 H. W. Burney ______1___Barber Shop O ItI1 Oct O .
meeting of county I whicr '1 E. E. Burney _______ Market 1. 1916 Oct. 1. ____ 5.00 I 20 256 T. R. Fashaw ________Merchant 1. 1916 1. 1917-_$ 1.50 $ :i
contract was awarded to thf I orovision in our constitution '2 A. A. Stokes ____________Liver&Stable O 1. 1916 Oct. 1. 191-5.00 5 257 Tyler t Griffia ___Bicycle Repair Shop Oct I, 1916 Oct 1. 1917__.._$ 1.25. 1.&
Alabama Paving Company for a bricl pens the way and gives congress thr 3 Mary A. Sapp ______Liver Stable Oct 1. le16 O 1. UI1 5.00 5 2.50 258 R. J. Williams .Hawker and Street
________ 1. 1916 1. 3.00 1.50 Vender 1. 1916 Oet 1. 1917_$12.50 $ 6.25
,- to expel member. It can b* .4 J. C. Cone ________ \! Oct O 1911 Oct
road, Kissimmee to the Polk countyline ight a 5 E. M. Johns __________________Lawyer Oct 1. 1916 Ot 1. ___ 6.00 259 Mitchell Noa _Hawker or StreetVender
this being the connecting link of tone by a two-thirds vote. What aw C. L. Peek Son __.Real Estate Agents 1. 1916 O 1. 1917$10.00 5.00 Oet 1. 1916 Oet 1. 1917........-$12.SO $6.25
the he members of congress thinkinf 'I 7 Hoover a ___________PhotographersS Oct 1. 1916 O 1. 1911 5.00 8 2.50 260 Joe Hi Wiim ________Lawyer O 1. 1916 Oct 1. 1917Oet _.....$10.00 S 5.00
Dixie Highway between Jackson th B. ________________Merchant O 1. 1916 O 1. UI1 3.00 5 1.50 261 D. Kniht _______..Lawyer O 1. 1916 1. 1917.........$10.00 $ (.00 '
f. title and Tampa a distance of 27f bout when they allow themselves 9 J. Felnbr. Jone__.___--.____-.Merchant O 1. 1916 O 1. 1911 3.00 5 1.50 l'l'We. :
nfles. The road is to be laid with wirr ontamination of Senator LaFollett 0 William Knabb _________Merchant 1. 116 O 1. 111 3.0 S 10 C. A. Gardiner County Judge, and B. M. Dowling. Tax Collector of said county.
State Bank __________ 1. 1. __ $ 7.50 d the foregoing U correct
the 1 Hampton Bant1 Ot. Ill O
cut lug brick, cement grouted, sixtee itting among them? Why do '2 Hampton Pharmacy _Merthant Dru Given tinder our hand* and official seal of County Judge this 4th day of October. 1917. 1
feet wide from this city to the fail ot exercise their rights under the cor Kists O 1. 116 O 1. 1911 3.00 S UO GEO. A GARDINER. B H. DOWLING. i

L grounds the balance to me nine feet stitution?" 63 A. A Durden _____..__.Merehant Ot. 1. l16 O 1. 111 3.00 $ 10 (S) County Judge. T Cr.z

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Bradfor dCoooty Telegraph MEN TO BE ISSUED 1163-Rob Andrews, New River. PARK.

1058 Wash. Davis Raiford.
The soldier boys from Brad- After a depression lasting some- 1
(Continued From Page 1.) 877-Levi Leland Bedenbaugh, Mrs. W. N. Cox, of Little River
{ Published Weekly, and entered u second ford county at the different Hampton. thing like two weeks the sea island visiting here at the home of is
in the United Statesor cotton market is on the upward climb. her parents -
class matter at the po t-of6ce at camps 778-James R. Tyson, Starke.. 1050-Elter Rosier, Lulu. Mr. and Mrs D. L. Phillips. f
( will have the Telegraph sent The depression, as the Telegraph stat-
I Starke. Florida. abroad 1-Edwin Lowell Schunck, Lawtey. 164-Lex Roberts, Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns were ris- '
to them free upon application. Write ed two weeks ago, was not due to any
187-Scott Barnum Crawford, Lake 930-Ernest Ginn, Raiford. itors to Lawtey last Friday. ; 'i1
actual transactions but due to the ;
but avoid was
the addresses plainly, super-
Butler. 328 Louis Nettles Lulu. Our school opened here
Edgar last 1
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner' fluous directions that would make the fact that the spinners had made no of- Mon.
52-James Blaine Teston 567-Gus day Oct. 1 'AthIr.. L.
Lawtey. Wynn, Sampson City. C. Futch
for the This as
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor address unnecessarily long. 105-John L. Gaskins, Starke. 1119-Chester Arthur McLeod, Worth ferings new crop. moveon teacher. All the patrons are
Letters from the boys are welcomeand their part was evidently for pur- requested -
650-Han'ey Green, Starke. ington.862Leroy. to send their children. -1
will be But don't "dash of depressing the market and
published. pose
vj + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + off" letters-wait till you have 836-Newton Strickland, Starke. Willard Clark, Hampton. bearing the price down. It was hop Mrs. Edward Hilliard and children t
your 36 Arthur 832-John Starke. visited here last .
Starling, Lawtey. Callaway, Thursday.Mr.
+ them to start the movement of
not ed
f't time for plain, legible writing by
985-Elisha W. Wilkerson 965-Joseph Thornton Raiford. J. S. Norman
t + Sapp. a business
A BUSINESS of misinterpretation. If the crop at around 50 cents per pound.
' 'I I + 352-Fred Shealley, Lake Butler. 400-Abram Willie Johnson, Lulu. visitor to Starke last Wednesday.
+ find certain altered or Owing to the good judgment of the
* you passages 418-Allison Beilling, Lake Butler. 1059-Jonas Thornton, Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Shaw visited
| + We suggest to our subscribers eliminated after being printed, it will farmers in not rushing the crop in at at
920-Lacy Griffis Raiford. 1034 John H. Denmark, Raiford. Lawtey last Wednesday.Mr. .
, if + that in paying their subscription + be because we, according to instruc- reduced prices the market is steadily
;- \\.1) + this fall they pay at least a full LI tions from the national committee on 456-Sheeley Irvin Fowler, Brooker. 1198-Wesley Alex Dyal, Graham. recovering. The recovery has been so Fred Sapp, of Raiford, visited .
+ 806-Alfred Varnes, Starke. 593-Robert C. Cone, Starke. at the home of his grandparents: Mr.
t i I + year in advance, for the reason public information, must not print marked that local buyers are again
1176 B. Crews Lake 635-Frederick Field Starke. and Mrs. A. Green last week
-Plinney Butler. Stump ,
to + ,
+ find it
that seed
we may necessary anything that possibly contain information paying from 18 to 22 cents
+ advance our subscription rate tok4. + of value may to the 416-Clifford Clifton Taylor, Lake 929-Everett E. Norman, Raiford. cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Kersey, of Waller,visited .

of + enemy. Butler. 886-Jefferson Davis Weathersby, their daughter, Mrs. H. S. Nor.
r + $2 after January 1st. Many There is a general feeling that the
t + the best class of weeklies + 617 Isaac Blake Carlton, Starke. Hampton. price will still higher, but whether man, here last Saturday and Sunday.
NOVEL CASE TRIED. 526-Reuben Carrie Brooker. 257-James Hightower Lake Butler. go H. S. Norman attended the
It + throughout the country advanced + Dyal, this is the case or not the farmers have union .

*. t + their subscription rate to $2 on + 609-Grover Cleveland Sweat, Starke 1098-Acy Johnson, Dukes. won a big victory by holding their cot- meeting at..Rising.. last Saturday

s + October 1st. It is not a matter + The case J. W. Alvarez vs D. P. 613-Sidney Jackson, Starke.. 800-Isaac John Keller, Starke. ton, and they should not take chanceson ---

L' | + of preference with them to make + Chesser was tried before Judge Gardiner 316-Louis Alford, Lake Butler. 1194-William Howard Thomas, Gra- spoiling the situation by making a Piles Cured In e to DaysTor

i + this advance. It is a matter of + Wednesday, and on account of its 274-Thomas Ulmer Parrish, Lake ham. grand rush to market. Take your time.It OINTMENT: druggist falls will to errs refund anrcise money of if Itehizt PA20

b l + necessity. The weeklies that are + novelty was attended by big crowds. Butler. 713-William Graham, Starke. is not necessary to market the en- Blind.Bleeding Protruding Piles in 6 toMdin!

+ maintaining the old rate of $1 per + The charge against Chesser was the 948-John Thompson, Raiford. 714-Langston Singleton, Starke. tire crop in two or three weeks. The first application Inns Ease tad kcal jfe .

+ year are either standing still or + wounding, by shooting, of a steer own- 968-Otis Thornton Raiford. 712-Isaiah Harris, Starke. The latest government report shows -----

'tt/ 1 + they are going out of business.To + ed by Mr. Alvarez. Chesser claimed 546-Tate Kite, Starke. Exemptions Disallowed. that the boll weevil has done great LASSIFIEDnADVERTISING

+ keep in the game during this + that some of the cattle owned by Mr. 1154-Stafford L. Crews, Lake Butler. Claims of the following named damage throughout the FloridaGeorgia C

+ time of high prices they are + Alvarez were breechy and would jump 766-Charles Dell, Starke. sons have been disallowed by the Local per- sea island belt, and the crop will

1 + obliged to charge more for their. + the fences and enter his field. Mr. Al- 734-Walter Silcox, Starke. Board, and they have been certified to likely fall several thousand bales I

; + produce. + varez contended that Chesser's fence 1072-Charley A. Crawford, Dukes. the District Board for service in the short of early estimates.The ; FUR bALE: -Three horses. Geo A. :

+ The Telegraph is trying to was so low in places as to allow cattleto 511-Calvin Jerrod Crews, Brooker. : market report for the week is I Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf. 1

I + maintain the rate of $1.50. Our + step over it. Chesser had shot at 205-Willie Cloud Wilson, Lake But- 1254 army-Isaac Robinson, Lawtey. not available at the time the Telegraphgoes ,.

1! I t t + subscribers can help us to do it + two steers, it was proved, but Chesser ler. 396-Ralph Hedgman, Lake Butler. to press, but it is believed the FOR SALE-Piano at a bargain Mrs ;
+ promptly in advance. + claimed to have shot at only one, and 913-Andrew Kite Raiford.
;- by paying 115-Gilbert Stewart, Lawtey. price for the best grade of cotton will Catherine Teare, Lawtey. 9213t. '
+ The use of the money is worth + that the animal was still in the woods 342-Thomas Edward Moore, Lulu. 344-Mason: Elixson, Lake Butler. be somewhere between 65 and 70 cents.

+ something to us, and the mailingof + unhurt, while Alvarez proved that a 860-Perry Elkin Johns, Hampton. 268-Willie Ray Williams, Lake But- FOR SALE-Good Jersey milch crows i

+ two or three statements costs + horn had been shot off one steer, which 934-James C. Yarborough, Raiford. ler. 0. Gardiner, Starke.

+ both time and money. Help us to + compelled the slaughtering of the ani- 460-William Anderson, Brooker. LAKE BUTLER.

I + cut out these expenses and you + 427-Joe Holmes, Lake Butler. Transfers and Absentees.
mal.The I Wilson is in of FOR SALE-Stovewood-75 ;
Mr. Max
+ will be helping to maintain the + testimony was very conflictingand 666-Arthur Boman Williams, 'Those granted transfers to other. receipt a cents per
letter from his father, Dr. B. P. Wil- load delivered or 50 cents at mill. !
+ districts follows
$1.50 rate. + the jury could not agree. This Starke.241Thomas. were as :
jury was composed of the following Croft Hall, Lake But- 357 Call Wiggins Carlisle, Lulu. son, who with his wife, are spending a Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. {.

+ + + +' + + + + + + tI + + + gentlemen: F P. Shaffer, L. E. Jor- ler. 1109-Alonzo Drew Noble, Worthington. few weeks with relatives in Pensacola.
The doctor states that the recent hur- FOR PALE-One mule, wa on and I
dan, G. W. Snellgrove, Bartow Scar- 40-Union Robinson, Starke. .
I borough N. Butler G. Hollingsworth. 572-Daniel Monroe 570-Thomas Abney King, Starke. ricane did considerable damage and harness, cheap. Sam Rosenberg, t
I The petrified body of Satan has beenI Moore, Starke. I Lake But- Starke. 8-31-tf.
that he would rather be at
dug up in Virginia. The object had The case was tried again Wednes- 100-Alex A. Ott, Lawtey. 91-Edward Jackson Eunice, Law-
ler when another such storm hits that
, 'j "horns projecting from the forehead, day afternoon before the following 1076-John Bunyon McNiel, Dukes. tey.Those .

. spiked tail and cloven hoofs." While jurymen: Homer Kite, Perry New- 1138-Angus Bielling, Worthington. absent were as follows: city.Mr. FOR RENT-6 room cottage next

I i this may be the body of the original som, D. W. George, Wm. Sapp, L. G. 157-Alvin Bailey, Lake Butler. 1108-Ralph Bray, Worthington.No : R. W. Davis made a business door to C. P. Cason, on Call street

. i i Satan, the tribe is not extinct. The Mott, E. Sasser, and they brought in a 236-Reuben Glover, Lake Butler; ( reason given.) visit to Waldo last Tuesday.Mr. J. W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf. i;
J. D. Cobb left for Jacksonvillelast
present day arch-enemy of mankind verdict of guilty. Chesser was sen- 1168-Lawson Foster, New River. 349-Elijah Hinson, Guilford.No !
back fine
i rides in a German aeroplane and drops tenced to a fine of $25 and costs or 214-Henry Davis Johnson, Lake ( reason given.) Wednesday to bring the LOST-Four head of cattle marked i
truck the Standard Oil Com-
I poisoned candy for the French and four months in the county road gang. Butler. 562-Joe Webster Jones, Starke.Ill new for split and under-bit in one ear and ,
of which he
of this is
I Belgian children to eat. The fine and costs amount to about 629-Leton Morgan, Starke. ( in hospital.) pany place. a two under-bits in the other, branded"A.

$100.E. 647-Thomas Allen Underhill, Starke 1024-Alonzo Norwan,. Raiford.In representative.Mr.. F. M. Rivers left here last Mon- C." Reward of $2.50 each will

One of the few amusing occurrences M..Johns, Esq., represented the 864-Sanford A. Johnson, Hampton. ( army.) travel South be paid for information of where i

I related in connection with the war is state during the trial and D. E. Knight 29-Grady Potts, Lawtey. 735-Fleury Dyal, Raiford. day the to interest through of the famous Georgiain Rivers abouts. A. S. Crosby, Starke. 9-21-St :

Esq., was the defendant's attorney. 918-Ellery Sapp, Starke. (In army.) ,!,
the following: A skipper ofa
doughty I
plow, made by the Rivers Plow Man- --- -
533 Addie Williams .
Jackson, Brooker Worthington.Dead.
tramp steamer loaded a number of NEW TOWN OFFICERS SWORN IN 1159-Hezekiah McCloe, New River. ( .) ufacturing Company, of this city.A FOR SALE-85 acres land, 40 acres .

locomotives at Philadelphia for France I 114-Claud Stacey Addison, Lawtey. 780-Archibald Thomas, Starke.In great deal of cotton has been in cultivation, three-fourths ,mile I
The engines were securely crated, Lake Butler this week. The
151 Milliard brought to west of Hampton. A bargain for ;
Shelton Hall Lake ( army.)
ready for use as soon as put on the At the regular monthly meeting of Butler. 1218-Willie Turner, Graham.No prices are good-fine grade of Sosnoski cash. Write H. B. Wiggins, Route i

track, and so well cleated to the hold the council held Tuesday night the following 61-Willie McRight Lawtey. ( reason given.) brought 21 cents. The average 3, Tampa, Fla. 9U4-4L f

I' that they could not slide or collide officers elected at the electionin price paid for Burr cotton was 20
603-Thomas J. Alderman, Starke. 155-R. A. Willford, Lake Butler.In .
from the lurching of the ship in rough September were sworn in: cents.
618-Fred Jackson Starke. ( ) FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre
; weather. But the bells had been
not Joe Hill Williams
Mayor. Lake Butler school
opened Monday.
185-DeWitt T. McGill of Starke 14
986-Lonnie Butler.In miles east
Williams, Raiford. Lake farm 2V& ,
c 'I muffled, and they all rang in unison 0, J. Griffin and S. A. Bryan, Alder- There was quite a large attendance of house and
209-Francis Alexander Mann, Lake ( army.) acres in cultivation, good
i when the ship began its battle with .
, men.C. Butler. 285-Louis Ferguson, Lake, Butler. pupils and patrons.The barn, good location for stock range,
waves, making sleep impossible
I A. Futch, Clerk.A. 1110-Norman Shealey, ,Worthington, (No reason given.) Womens Club have tendered the in center of strawberry: section. For ;
, \ for the skipper and the Those
6 crew.
( I S. Crews, Treasurer. 777-Charley Jackson Powell, Starke. 843-John Simon, Starke. use of their club room to the farmers'wives particulars address ,C. A. Johnson, :
I submarines that attempted to
* .' the torpedo Silas Kite, Marshal and Collector.N. 33-Paul LeRoy Jenkins, Lawtey. (No reason given.) on Saturday as a rest room. Station No. ,3, Gary, Fla. 10-5-tf. ;
ship were frightened by the
: away D. Wainwright, Tax Assessor. ;
; 32-Ury Reddish, Starke. 58-Moorer Vann, Lawtey.No .
unearthly racket thinking it was anew
, Following the adjournment of the 954-William H. Green, Raiford. ( reason given.) FAILED TO PASS EXAMINATION SHERIFF'S SALE. ,
Yankee invention for their de-
old council the board called Hereby notice is given that under and bJ i
r new was
1071-John Graham 4 M. L. .
Boyd, Worthington. Bradley, Lawtey.No of 'weed
certain writ execution
struction. Yet the inmates of the ship virtue of that i
to order by Clerk Futch and was organized and seal of the
( reason given.) out of and under the f
heartily wished they would be torpedoed by the election of E. S. Mat- 1180-Sy Cleveland, New River. Tate Denmark has returned home County Judge's Court' of Bradford county ;
as they considered any fate better thews as chairman. 63-Julius Hogan, Lawtey. from Camp Jackson at Columbia S. Florida and dated the 5th day of September i191i.
' x than'that which had to 994-Ury M. Gunter, Raiford. (No reason given.) wherein Florida Fertilizer Company. a t
they .
dure. en- The following appointive officers 758-Eugene Jones Starke. 430-Luther Bailey, Lake Butler.No C.,'having failed to pass the physical corporation, is plaintiff and M. L. Cre n. if I
were selected bv ballot of the coun- examination. He says the examina- defendant (a certified copy of which Jud -
( reason given.)
362-Othello Harden, Lulu. : ment has been filed and recorded in Fomn I
cil.E. 1170-Dave Reed, New River. 1255-Freeman Robinson, Brooker.No tion is very rigid and that he met the Judgment Book No. 2. page 83 in the offw

( HOGS IN HEAVY DEMAND. M. Johns, City Attorney. 816-Leonard Watts, Starke. ( reason given.) requirements until they made an X- of and clerk State of on the the Circuit 5th day Court of September of said County 19m 1

Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, Health Officer.J. 371-Eugene Douglass, Dukes. 407-Joseph :Martin, Lake Butler. Ray photograph of his ears. His hearing I have levied said execution upon and will MIl I

F W. Andrews, Jr., member of the 529-Wiley Michael (No reason given.) was found to be defective and he before the front door of the court house ,tStarke ,
t With the hope of helping our farm- Florida on Monday the 5th day .f }
Board of Bond Trustees to W. Harris was discharged.
succeed Brooker. 262-Henry Lake Butler.No November 1917. between the legal hours of
ers to fortify themselves against the Others to be sent home out of the ..
L. Wall. 64-Elias E. ( reason given.) sale to the highest and beet bidder for i
i. impending boll weevil infestation, the Yarborough, Lawtey. squad leaving Starke on September20th the following described real estate, lying and t
W. L. Wall Fire Chief. .
382 Onice
Caldwell Lulu. .
Bielling, being in Bradford County Florida to-wrt: -
Bank of Starke both time and
Jesse H. Sullivan Brooker
Night Marshal, H. Austin.J. 224-David Holmes, Lake Butler.81BFlo'd are: ; Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter of i
money last spring to inaugurate a hog S. Mercer faithful of MADE BIG BOOZE HAUL. John J. Ward, Lulu; Morgan R. Kersey Section Twelve, Township Six South. Rail,. ?
a employee Green
(e vaccination campaign, to the end that Starke Ura Starke. Twenty E&*t. Same being levied upon M 3
: ,
the city for several years past, was engaged 762-Dozier Emiel Lundy, Starke. the property of the said !M. 1.. Crews. sad 3 I
r t.. our people might secure against as Griffis Raiford. (Continued From Page 1.) will be sold to sat:sfy .aid execution and costs.
scavenger.The 931-Bryant .
r hog cholera, the only thing that has W. J. EPPERSON. 1
r..; stood in the way of them making big tax levy for the coming year 1013-W, H. Andrews, Jr., Raiford.. 10-5-St. Sheriff of Bradford County. Fla 'ti
was made. The levy is 20 mills for all! 1042-John Ervin
\ money out of the business of hog rais- Raiford. came to his rescue. He was arraigned "
Q. purposes, this being the same as last 449-Wm. Francis Cone, Brooker. before Judge Gardiner Thursday afternoon BANK STATEMENT.

'>> r ing.We year. The only change in the levy 1241-Titus Speed, Brooklyn. on a charge of having more Report of the condition of the Bank of .'
,.. have the pleasure of knowing Starke. at Starke. in the State of Florida..t I
was in the reduction of one mill from 41-Edward Rowe, Lawtey. booze in his possession than the law the close of business Sept. 11. 1917.Resources. .
t' that this campaign has borne abun- the interest fund and raise of .
a one 48-George Washington Moseley allows. He entered plea of WellDo
: dant fruit. It has awakened wide- mill the fund. a guilty Keep Bills receivable _____________ 7S.WS.M ,
interest in and on sinking Lawtey. and the judge handed him a fine of Overdrafts ____________________ j'Ul :
spread hog raising, The sinking fund of the town is be- 38-John H. Starling, Lawtey. fifty bones. Dr. Philpot, of Bell, State county and municipal bonds., 4.0000
; those who have vaccinated their hogs ing constantly invested in its not allow the Banking house furniture and fixtures 8.522.O t
own Griffis
742-Eugene Starke. seemed take
optional to more than interest
a passing __ __
__ 7M.SS
t now feel safe in going full steam poisons of undigestedfood Other real estate ;
bonds. This accounts for the 640-Dan Thomas, Starke. in the young man and it is un- to accumulate in Claims and other resources ________ 67S.SI
ahead in the hog business. fact that reduction in the interest ... Due from incorporated banks ___ 8.I10.W
a 127-Her. Melton Dees, Lake But- dersood that he put up the coin to secure bowels where y

,1 A few persons have intimated to us fund can be made at this time. It ler. his release. At all events the are your z* orbed, into your they Cash Check.on and hand exchanges._______for___clearing._______. 2.S94.J l.iiOU ;i

: f. their fear that the business might be was thought wise by the council to 1086-Willie Lee Parrish, Dukes. fine was paid and Barron went his system. Indigestion;: ,con County warrants ___-_________- 1.47HT
) I' overdone if everyone engaged in it. speed a little in the matte rof I 668 headache bad ,
up redeeming -Obediah Ghent Goodwine stipation, ,
way. Total ________________________100.61 IM
l There is no danger of this. The world'ssupply bonds. This accounts for the I Starke.88Albert. blood, and numerous Liabilities.
Notwithstanding that he is
of meat animals is so short that addition of one mill to the sinking Moseley, Lawtey. some- other troubles are boundto 1 Capital Mock paid in ______________ 15,000.01 ,..
tr there will be no more cheap meat for fund. 1074-William Rimes Moran Worth times a bit sleepy-headed Barron is follow. Keep your Surplus fund _____.___________-_ S.ooo.OG <
very wide-awake when it comes to bus- system dean, as thousands Individual deposits subject to check 52.591W
to come. ________
years ington. ines of Time certificates of deposit l1.mn
smatters and he
is a providentsoul others do, by
the 743-James Savings deposits ---------------- 307.73Notes
i To give some of present CALOMEL SALIVATESAND Orestes Fralick, Starke. too. When Marshal Phillips demanded taking an occasional doseof and bills rediscounted _____ 1I.500.0*
t demand for hogs we may tell you that 827-James Thomas Moody, Starke. to know he had the old, reliable, veg I

our president, E. S. Matthews, re- MAKES YOU SICK 1242-Henry Cooper, Brooklyn. whiskey in his possession why he so told much the etable, family liver medi- Total _________________________100,611.68State
of '
Florida. County of Bradford as:
J ceived an:inquiry Thursday morning 1038-Owen C. Wingate, Raiford. marshal that he had laid in a large cine. I, T. H. Halhican. cashier of the above named .
to know if he could large 976-Jeff H. bank do that the abort 't.
supply a Acts Like Dynamite on a Slug- Dowling, Raiford. supply because the price would be solemnly swear "
statement is true to the best of my knowl dft
Western buyer 100 cars of stock hogs 473-Ury Dudley Johns Brooker. Thedford'sBlackDraught
greatly increased by the war revenue and belief. T. H. HALUGAN.
within the next 40 days. It is our in- gish Liver and You Losea 287-Paul Bing, Lake Butler. law which goes into effect soon. Cashier. .1

tention to try and have a buyer here Day's Work.There's 586-Elijah N. Coleman, Starke. He did not want to do without very his reg- day Subscribed of October and 1917.sworn to before me this 4tb ,t

fo rthis Western concern during the 260-Thomas Andrews Hendricks, ular "nip" and he wanted to buy while A. S. CREWS. :1

i coming winter, and it may be that ours Lake Butler. buying Notary Public. f
was good.
farmers will be able through this no reason why a person 527-Nathan Elden Baxter, Brooker. Correct-Attest: j

agency to sell their hogs on the basisof should take sickening, salivating cal- 254-Elbert Stokes, Dukes. I E.A. S.!M.MATTHEWS DARBY.

the Western market instead of the omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof 446-LeRoy Thomas Osteen, Brooker. GROWERS FRAME DEMAND: Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of a C. LIVINGSTON. Director.
Jacksonville market, which is several Liver Tone-a perfect FOR THIRTY CENT COTTON Rising Fawn Ga. writes
substitute :
cents lower than the Western market. for calomel.It 89-Randolph Addison, Lawtey. "We have used Thed-

Plant a patch of rape this month. is a pleasant vegetable liquid 1197-Nathan Otway Tillis, Graham. ford's Black-Draught as

Plant oats or rye when the season which will start your liver just as sure- 932-Willie I. Dubose, Raiford. Hold That Price is Justified by Present a family medicine. My Ask Your Grocer-
i comes for them. Plant sorghum next ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you 1204-Rufus Roy Jones, Graham. High Price of Fabrics. mother-in-law could not

6 spring. Plant anything and everything sick and can not salivate. 863-Richard Jones, Hampton. take calomel it seemedtoo S

f that will keep the hogs thrifty andgrowing Children and grown up folks can 358-James Franklin Gray, Lulu. strong for her, so she
NEW ORLEANS Oct. 2.-A used Black-Draught as a
; the around. A of take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it 451 priceof
D year pig I -George William Conner, Brooker. mild laxative and liver
thirty cents a pound to the farmerwas CHEEKHEADCOFFEES
is perfectly harmless.
blood well taken of will .
i .t good care regulator., We use it
weigh 200 pounds at 10 or 12 months i Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is agreed upon at a meeting here in the family and believeit

I old. Such a pig is worth $30 in the mercury and attacks your bones. Takea 24 MEN late today of men interested in mar- is the best medicine fort 11!
, # : Jacksonville market today. dose of nasty calomel today and you DRAFT DID keting and growing short cotton in ten the liver made." Try it.
a t Raise the hogs and the hogs will will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to- CLAIM EXEMPTION Southern states as being justified by Insist on the genuine

r make the boll weevil ashamed of him- morrow. Don't lose a day's work. the present selling prices of manufac- The ford's. 25c a pack Y

self. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver (Continued: From Page 1.) tured cotton products. The price was age. E-75

Tone instead and will suggested in an amendment to a resolution Best Test i
Yours you wake up By Every
truly, feeling great. No more biliousness 1201-Samson Brown, Graham. adopted just previously wbich
BANK OF STARKE. 206-Rance Parrish, Guilford. declared against price-regulation of ,
constipation, sluggishness, headache, 410 John Bell
Lake Butler.
coated by Congress or delegating the
tongue or sour stomach. Your
lie 4 303-George Spottman Elixson, Lake authority to any other body. .... :
EDGAR EYES says if you don't find Dod- Butler .
Following the advice of John M. .
Tested son'a Liver Tone 'I' 1'0"
Optician .acts better than hor-
; i 633-Manning William Moore, Parker, state food administrator, the ESTABLISHED 16M : : .

1 1 Jacksonville Broken Lenses Duplicated Florida. for rible you.calomel* yti' money is(12-4 waiting%) Starke. delegates adopted a resolution provid- J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY s

ror 96-George Auston, Lawtey. ing for the appointment of a committee -

Same Day aa Receta&I: ft 710-James Thomas Moore, Lawtey. of seven to confer in Washingtonwith INSURANCE .
.} We Specialize on Mail Ordeflt" Tell it to the
W Telegraph and yon tell 824-Sam Finley, Starke. Herbert Hoover, Federal food fir., Torudo, Acc1cI.... Liability PIauC...., Stum Bofl.r, BortUrr. &.. k Par Postage everybody. Advertis I
; -".: 565-Fred Guy Jones, Starke. administrator, regarding cotton seed STARKE, FLORIDA
140 W. Fonjth St.
1 750 Alonzo
t .-' Goodge, Sampson City. prices.


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I Owing to the high prices of food HALLOWE'EN ENTERTAINMENT.The qo=o..d=oG. XOBOI-'o=o..oGo

I stuffs we find it necessary to raise the

price of Sunday dinners to 50 cents. Ladies Musicale will celebrateHallowe'en oThe Distinguishing Features of

i Rowand's Cafe. It. with a big
k :Bits of LocalInformation. party to be held on the 26th inst. Fur- Our New Winter Millinery are ;
Just received a nice line of ladies ther plans will be announced later.

ready to wear goods. A. D. Andrews ORIGINAL STYLED o
Mercantile Co. I o

t We had the pleasure of looking at a O 0
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c.a/rtI fN" t* ato 1C.."' .*I IM.U T.w4t photograph of John W. Willard, of The fifth Sunday meeting at Corinth HIGH QUALITYThere
M. 0. T. C., Co. 1, Camp Greenleaf, church was very interesting. The two
Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. John is a son of subjects discussed with much interest it in our collection every kind of hat you are likely to want

Mr. and Mrs. A. Wliiard, living north- were "The Church's Care of the Poor" Many of our pattern are novelties that are not to be found elsewhere ..
-- east cf Starke. He is one of the well and "Is It Possible to Have a Baptist j
I: Pitt Tomlinson spent Sunday with J. F. Canova, Jr., left Monday for i SILK VELVET HATS 0
beloved of his mpany-being a cook. Young People's Union in Every o
\ in Lake Butler. Asheville, N. C., to finish his treatmentHe pare
relatives "
From the well fed and satisfied countenances ] Church in the Association, U I
expects to return to Starke before SAILORS, MUSHROOMS, and TURBANS o
of his comrades, it is evident Bro. Odom, former pastor of the o
at Stump's. the holidays. especially noticeable feature of the collection. You are to 1
Meet me sure i
that Lo understands and taks pruie in Starke church, preached last Sunday
hii work. morning and the pastor preached at like them. We can fit you with a becoming hat for, from $2.00 up.KNIGHT'S .
F; A. E. Moitt was in Jacksonville Mrs. M. E. Edwards of Lawtey,
We had
a good and enjoyableday.
spent the week-end with her daughter l'
Tuesday. The evening hour of preachingwill MILLINERYSTARKE
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.No. .
be changed from 7:30 to 7:00
A. D. Andrews was one of the FLA. 0
Hon. One will for _
cow pay a Feed Mill. o'clock, beginning on next Sunday: Let o
fc visitors to Starke Monday. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It ,0ClcD J
Raiford One Feed :Mill will 01:10OCO. 01:10OClO
.... help you to save all take notice of the change in time Jj j ,
[ is the most speedy remedy we know.E. .
Cows this winter.
many and govern themselves accordingly.The q
:* Good quality of boys' suits atStump's. Cows Mean Now.
Money New River
Baptist Associationwill '
Crews, one of the solid citizensof ORGANIZATION OF RED CROSS. CEMETERY NOTICE.
Let show the Fairbanks-
f Us you be held in the Baptist church of 'I
the Lawtey section was attendingto Morse Engines, Feed and Grits Mills. Starke beginning on Wednesday, Oct. t
; Mrs. A. S. Crews is in Madison, vis- business in Starke Thursday. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. At a date yet to be named, which All persons interested are urgently

iting her sister, Mrs. James Kelley. 17th.The messengers from the various will be sometime during next week, requested to meet at Evergreen Cem- '
Morgan Lee, Jr., of St. Augustine, churches are to be entertained by the the branches of the American Red etery on Tuesday, October 16th, to put I I
f T. M. Hagan, of Hampton, was in is spending the week with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. C. H. Harrison, Miss local church and friends. Cross in Bradford county will be reorganized the graves and surrounding in order. 'j i i

t town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lee, of Jackson- Elsie Harrison, Mr. Inman Harrisonand The scriptural injunction, "Given to into the Bradford County ,

I :.vill,. Mr. Dennis Roberts, of Worthington hospitality" will be in order. Chapter of the American Red Cross. LETTERS FROM OUR !
; Special sale going on at the Cask r were guests Sunday of Mr. and The Pastor. All contributors to the Red Cross SOLDIER BOYS :

i, Department Store. Well curbing, cypress lumber, short Mrs. J. 0. Fralick. war fund will be notified of the time !

I lengths, cheap. Quigley Lumber & of this meeting, and all citizens of (Continued From 1.
R. H. Futch, of Lawtey, was in town Supply Co. NOTICE TO TEACHERS.The OCTOBER MEETING OF U. D. C. Bradford county who are interestedin Page )

Monday. Red Cross work are urged to be the
pictures made and send them back. I
Mrs. John Holton returned
Tuesdayto The W. T. Weeks present.An .
school board has made it man- Chapter of the Affectionately,
Remember Madam Jarley's famous her hbme in St. Augustine, after datory for all teachers to sign con- United Daughters of the Confederacy officer of the North Florida Your brother,
Wax Works on the 25th inst. spending several days in the city with tracts before drawing pay from public held a very interesting meeting with Chapter will be present; officers of the BEN F. MERRITT.

relatives. funds. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez on last Wednesday new Bradford County Chapter will be f
No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious elected and all -
This is only complying with the afternoon, at 3:30. present are promisedan
Fever. It kills the germs.J. Orville Moitt, one of Starke's well school law, and to keep from being em- Mrs. L. A. Davis occupied the chair entertaining time. Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.,

known and popular young men, left a barrassed on expected paydays, and a considerable amount of businesswas S Sept. 28, 1917.
E. Owsley, of Theressa, was in few days ago for Jacksonville, where those teachers who have not transacted. Mrs. Sara Looney Editor Bradford County Telegraph:
signed W. C.
Tuesday.J. he has accepted a postion as electri- U. MEETING NEXT MON- I thought have
town might
contracts had best call at the superin- Hamrick and Mrs. Lorena Knight Ep you a placein
cian in one of the ship building yards. DAY. the
tendent's office and do so. person were received in full member- Telegraph for this letter. It
S. Griner, of Brooklyn, had business Yours truly, ship, also Mrs. Rebecca Bowden Al- isn't much, but will let you see how
in Starke Monday. See the remnant counter at Stump'sMrs. E.very R. POPPELL, varez as an honorary member.It On Monday, October 8th at the' things are at Ft. Oglethorpe.

Superintenden.t was decided that the chapter Methodist church, the local Woman's The signal corps and officers R. S.
Mr. A. G. Fouts, of Plant City, was C. A. Mixon left Tuesday afternoon would not serve refreshments at their Christian; Temperance Union will holda have been in the trenches the last two

a visitor to Starke last Saturday.Now for Gainesville, Ga., where she business meetings, for the reason that business meeting for the purpose of weeks. When they are training the
was called by telegram on account of DEATH OF W. W. ROBERTS. they can best exercise their Southern electing officers and attending to other officers R. S. they have "some" bat-
is the time to look after that the serious illness of her mother. patriotism by in every way cooperating very important matters. All members tles. (Here the writer goes somewhat

root Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. W. W. Roberts was born in Horry with the government and as our are urged to be present. Mrs. D. into detail about the work of the signal -

State Attorney A. V. Long spent county, S. C., Sept. 27, 1845, and died national food administrator has requested E. Knight, leader. corps, but in accordance with a request -
D. J. Nettles, of Lake Butler, was a part of this week in Bronson attend- at Oak, Marion county, Fla., Sept. 4, that we do not indulge in serv- from the War Department to

visitor to Starke Monday.Rev. ing the first circuit court for the fall 1917 aged 71 years, 11 months and ing refreshments at afternoon affairs, TO THE PUBLIC. censor matter of this kind the Tele-
term of the Eighth judicial Circuit., four days. when our own men and our allies are graph feels compelled to omit this part
John Mullady was a visitor to On :March '22, 1892 he moved with in need of so many necessaries and of the letter.
Starke Monday. The new shapes just arrived at his family from Conwayboro, S. C., to comforts while engaged in war. Our milling plant is in good condi- There are some French officers help-
Knight's Millinery are sure to please Travisville, Ga., and in the fall of 1893 The business meeting adjourned to tion. We are grinding corn for the ing to train us and they are well pleased -
Miss Rhoda Lagergren, of Jacksonville your fancy. See. them soon. moved to Lake Butler, FIll From there meet in November with Mrs. J. E. Wil- old time toll of one-eighth. The best with our work. To let you know

spent Sunday with ,relatives in ____ ___ __ he moved to Starke, and in the fall of son, after which a delightful social rice cleaning for six quarts or 30 cents how well pleased they are I may tell I
Starke. Mrs. Grace McDonald and little son, 1905 he moved to Alachua county near half hour was spent with Mrs. Al- per bushel First class feed grinding you that when we came in from the ;

of Jacksonville, have been visiting at Gainesville, later moving to Rochelle, varez.. for one-sixth or 25 cents toll per bar- trenches Saturday night the captain
Drop in ft Knight's Millinery and the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and in the spring of 1911 he moved to rel. Railway shipments promptly attended gave us all passes to Chattanooga and i.
see the new shapes that have just ar John Uglow. Ocala where he lived until about a CANNING CLUB CONTEST. to. We grind every Wednes- said. "this is for the good work you \ "
rived. year before his death, which occurredat day and Saturday.W. boys have done."

Mrs. B. W. Hodges has left for Bal- Oak, about six miles from Ocala. A. DUBOSE & SON, I was over to see Mr. H. C. Richard
Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and little son, timore, Md.< to join her husband who Death was caused from a general The contest for the Bradford Coun- 9282t., gjtarke Fla. Sunday evening. He said he was go-

Laurie, spent the''-week-end visiting holds a lucrative position with a mercantile break-down, due to old age, and he of- ty Canning Club Girls will be held in ing to the trenches Monday at 7 a.

friends in Lake City; firm there. ten expressed his willingness to go. Lake Butler on the 17th day of Octo- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + m. and would be there until Tuesdayat .

t He was the father of thirteen chil- ber. All record books and essays must + DUVAL HOTEL 4 5 p. m. He is well and seems to like
The Ladies Aid'of Presbyterian Just .'nloa ed -a car of' "fence wire.A. dren, three by'his first wife and ten I be sent into me by Oct. 10th.; If I + JACKSONVILLE 4 the work fine. He 'j.s working hard :

church will have a bazaar on the 27th D. Andrews Mercantile Co. by his second wife all of whom are have not been able to see any club girl + Opposite postoffice, hot and cold + and I think there is no doubt that he
of November. living, and were at his bedside when please write to me at once and I will + water, elevator telephones; rates 4 will pass the examinations. I will cer-
come if possible, if not I will write to + tainly be glad to see him get cow-
the cameHe rooms without a
James Cameron, a brother, and Ar- end was buried at Ocalaon bath, $1 : two persons + 1
Fine line good quality of shoes at you. mission and I the Starke '
+ am sure folks
thur and Mackabee Westbrook, neph- Sept. 5th the funeral being con- same room, $1.50; with bath +
Stump's.Mrs. MARGARET BURLEIGH, + will be.With.
ews of M. Cameron, all of Evinston, ducted by his pastor. Rev. Ramon $1.50; two persons same room, $2 + t
Home Demonstration
Agent. + love to all the Starke folks
spent Sunday with the latter. James Strickland, of Oak. W. S. JONES, Mgr. + ,
William Saxon and little daughter Cameron is a noted truck and His wife and eleven children mourn. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + am, Yours very truly

Vera, of Hampton, spent Sunday shipper of his section. grower his death, but their loss is! his gain. He CHEVROLET AGENCY. E. C. (Skinny) Scott. ,,
in Starke with relatives.
and Monday
was a member of the Missionary Bap- Try a Telegraph want ad. -

for Pro!. G. C. Looney has been joinedby tist church for 34 years and was con- Messrs.V.. B. Alexander & Son, of Try a Telegraph want ad. .
Miss Susie left Saturday ,
Darby >
New Smyrna where she will teach the his wife and step-daughter, Miss sistent in the enjoyment of his relig- Hampton, have lately taken the agen- .
i Ellis, and they are comfortably locat- ion. His children are: J. A. Roberts, cy in this county for the classy Chevrolet '.
coming term. ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. of Micanopy; W. T. Roberts, of Oliver car, which is fast proving a fav- t!,

Fernandez. Siding; Ben Roberts, of Starke; :Mrs. orite with buyers of low priced auto-
We sell the best flour at $12.50 per J. A. Candler, of Ocala; Mrs. J. S. mobiles. Mr. Jesse Alexander will GeneralInsuranceJOS. .

; barrel.Raiford.A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. Heavy winter goods arrive\ daily at Coulter, of Rochelle; J. S. Roberts, D. have active management:: of the agency

Stump's. E. Roberts, M. C. Roberts, Miss Annie- and is anxious to demonstrate the ,

belle Roberts, Lonnie Roberts, Mrs. merits of the Chevrolet to persons ,
Miss Emma Darby left last week for ;
Estelle T. and the widowed
the Mrs Charles Larson and little son, Hayes, wishing to buy an inexpensive car with
Daytona, where she will teach in
mother, all of Oak, Fla. Two brothers E. WILSON \
all the modern improvements. .
public school. Charles, Jr., who have been the interesting 1"\
survive him J. H. Roberts, of Doerun, (
guests of Col. and Mrs. D. E.
I Ga., and D. E. Roberts, of Lakeland.- SUCCESSOR TO I
1 Shelton Phillips, of Williston, state Knight, returned to their home in Wa- I Gainesville Sun. PREACHING AT DAVIS SCHOOL. I :

rural school inspector, has been in tertown Saturday.T. i .. H. C. RICHARD ; _

Starke during the week. 'Rev. W. F. Walters will preach at s

P. Ward, of Brooker, passed the Davis schoolhouse Saturday night l L Starke, Florida.CHEVROLET. i j

RubMyTismAntiseptic, Anodyne through Starke Monday on his way to and Sunday, October 6th and 7th. All I
-Kills pain, stops putrefaction. Jacksonville. Mr. Ward is a memberof are cordially invited to attend. ,

the Seaboard roadway department, .
CoL D. E. Knight made a profes- South Carolina division. Some time
sional'visit to Gainesville last Tues- ago he had the misfortune of break-| {
day. ing his ankle through a cross-tie falling -'! "For King and Country -

upon it. lie was on his way to his: Sheriff, Epperson was in LaCrosse
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and chil- surgeon at Jacksonville.A. Honed. He hardly thought any right. Monday to arrest Porter Parker, of
dren spent Sunday in Green Cove with minded man would be willing to let his that place, on a charge of obtaining

Mrs. Deeks' parents. D. Andrews Mercantile Compan wife face such peril. 'money and property on false pretenses. -
She turned to him Impetuously. Young Parker, it is alleged, had
All kinds of bargains at Stump's.Mrs. has just received a car load of salt. "Larry, I lied to you," she con. seen several persons in Bradford county f I

fessed. "I'm miserable, wretched. I'm who were indebted to the estate of The new Four Ninety Series. Economical I

L W. Adkison, of Tallahassee, In the petition to the county com- not happy with my husband. I've his father, the late II. C. Parker, on to operate. features
arrived in Starke Saturday to visit missioners for a change in the road made a mess of things, like you. I the pretense of collecting debts. He Many new ,

her mother, Mrs. 0. Jones. from the Starke and Sanderson road \\'a1t E tgU '{J'fl'tN S u IJh t cf'nivWhereas had no authority to do so, but succeeded among them being
to Highland mentioned in the commis- in collecting a considerable sum of Oil and water
W. F. Godwin, a well known Lawtey sioners minutes in this issue, the description money and a quantity of cotton.METHODIST pump.

business, man, was among the visitors of the proposed route is it has pleased our All Wise S 20 miles to gallon of gasoline on any

tq Starke Wednesday. wrong for the portion running through Father to take from our camp and as- I CHURCH. road 25 to 30
range 21. It should evidently be town- sociation our esteemed Sovereign, Geo. good

Senator A. D. Andrews of Raiford, ship 5 instead of township 4, otherwise L. Cowart, a member of All Friends
was a business visitor to Starke Wed- that portion of the road would be located Camp 138, of the W. 0. W., Starke, Orphanage day at the Methodist 200 miles to the quart of
church last Sunday was splendid suc-
nesday. in Baker county.If Florida, and, a
Whereas, the loss of the comrade- cess. The offering amounted to $33. oil.

s Some of the season's smartest offerings you need a pocket knife, scissorsor ship and association of our esteemed This pays our assessment in full and

have just arrived at Knight'sMillinery. a butcher knife, look over our famous sovereign is so greatly missed by us; ten dollars over. We have paid $53 .
Keen Kutter line. Starke Hard- in to this glorious cause this year.
Therefore, be it Resolved, That FISHY?
Our to make the servicesof
\ plans are
ii 11 ware Co. the death of Sov. Geo. L. Cowart we .
: \JI>.and Mrs. W. I. Deaver, of Sampson have lost a beloved and honored brother next Sunday very interesting and I
who attend. It is
; City, were visitors to Starke' Rev. Geo. F. Scott has been in and member, and we take this solemn profitable to all
Thursday. Starke during the week, visiting rela- opportunity to pay tribute to his missionary day in the Sunday school
communion in the morning !
and day
tives. He was on his way to Arcadiato memory; and that our sympathy goes
'Ed. Burnsed, former night marshal, resume his duties as pastor of the out to the bereaved family and friendsof preaching service. We extend a cor-
has gone to Jacksonville to engage in First Methodist church there, after a our fellow Sovereign and that these dial invitation to all our friends to
the painting business. sojourn at a sanatorium at Battle resolutions be spread upon our min- worship with us. Strangers and visi-
will find welcome await- Call or write for demonstration.
I he had to for tors a warm
Creek, Mich., go utes and a copy be transmitted by our
: Big line of shoes,'groceries, etc., at his health. His many friends here clerk to his family and a copy be fur- ing them. Let all who belong to the
I f j the Cash Department Store. were glad to note his full recovery of nished the editor of the BradfordCounty Sunday school be present-as our

J bodily vigor.L. Telegraph for publication. L'Trip to Palestine"T.will L. Z.soon BARR close. Touring car $635. ;

P 11 tThe; clear, windy days of this week Passed in regular meeting of All I Pastor.
were taken advantage of by those who A. Davis, Jr., went over to Fer- ; Friends Camp No. 138 at Starke, Fla., r Roadster $620.
t lad grass to cut for hay. nandina Monday to enjoy a day's sport Sept. 28, 1917.
marsh hens. There was a Daily Thought
shooting F. o. b. FLINT MICH.
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Madam JarleyViamous Wax Works high't"rde and the wind was from the 'tis only for me to carry it out. But AH the greatest men live In their .

m1 be in Starke on October 25th. Don Hghrdirection, making the birds plen- you can't be with me." purpose and effort more than It 1. possible

fail to see this wonderful produc- tiful and the shooting fast and furious. Her disappointment was obvious. for them to live la reality.-Rus-

tion. T/. ./U For fear "L. A." might be requisitioned "But what shall I doT' she asked kin. W. B: Alexander & Son
by the war department as a sharpshooter doubtfully. ,
Let me make you a new automobile we hesitate to tell the numberhe "That we'll)) see. But somehow we'll Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe '

top and.cushions or repair the old 1 killed, but it is a fact that a num- be working together." Old Standard cenerU treafOieainK tonic.GROVE'S Hampton, Fa. ,
0.... All kinds of automobile uphol- ber of his friends feasted on marsh "For king and country! she exclaimed )lalarla.enrichca the blood.ind builds nptheyt- :. rir to1
hen after his return. holding out her band to him. tem. A rue tolUc. Fcr(dull.ind children, fM
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'JI 9 at 9 9s909000000 boll weevil is not damaging cotton severely FIELD CROPS FOR OCTOBER FEEDING COTTONSEED MEAL TO THE SAME IN PALATKA morning. The kidney .'
i 0 this year, but its appearancewill PLANTING. HORSES AND MULES.In .- ed too frequently. I began _{

. A I COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS give the industry a backset for Palatka Residents Speak Out For the Doan's Kidney Pills and I wasn't} 't

t another season. Here is a list of forage crops that traveling over the South, it is Welfare of the Public.It in finding out their merit, for

ll i I 9000000000000000 may be planted on Florida farms this gratifying to hear such an increasing fixed me up in good shape." thti<{

: : Baker County-Labor is very scarce Suwannee County-Two loads of month, as named by the University of number of farmers report that theyare Price 60c at all dealers. Don't '

here and we will probably lose heavilyif peanuts on vines were hauled into Live Florida experiment station: feeding two pounds of cottonseed is just the same in Palatka as in ply ask for a kidney cr0
we do not get more help. Oak recently and the new peanut picker Oats-Texas Rust Proof, Appler or meal a -day to each horse and mule, Starke; our friends there speak out Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that"
was put into operation on the Fulghum varieties; 5 to 7 pecks of : says The Progressive Farmer. This in the same glad, earnest way as so Mr. Bryan had. Foster- lil_ '

streets to give the farmers an idea of seed per acre; plant with drill. is both economical and patriotic; it I many grateful Starke men and women Props, Buffalo, N- Y. (4,
Pasco County-Dairying is gettinga how the machine works. This is the Rye-Abruzzi, or Southern grown i pays the farmer and also serves the have spoken in these columns for (34))

good hold in this county and there first peanut picker ever brought into rye; 3 pecks per acre; sow with drill. nation by releasing corn for human I years past. Whenever You Need a General Teas

will soon be an additional lot of cows the county. The purpose of the demonstration if possible, covering 2 inches deep. I consumption. On this point, some agricultural W. C. Bryan, of the firm of Bryan Take Grove's.

purchased. was to induce farmers to Barley can be planted for a pasturage organizations in the South & Austin, well known grocers of Le- The Old Standard Grove's TufeW

save their own seed peanuts. More crop. Use about 5 pecks of seed have printed and circulated thousandsof : man and Eleventh streets. Palatka, chill Tonic is equally valuable sA ;

Nassau County-This county has taken than eight thousand bushels of seed per acre. copies of the following statementby I Fla, says: "I was annoyed for some General Tonic because it con_

up the tick eradication programand were brought into this county from At present prices of fertilizer, itwill Dr. Tait Butler: time by a deep seated pain right over well known tonic properties of OTJUnS

several new dipping vats are under North Carolina. hardly pay to use any on either "There are in the eleven cotton my kidneys and it made my back sore out and IRON.Malaria,It Enriches acts on the the Liver Blood,DthS 2

construction. S oats, rye or barley. states, 6,500,000 horses and mules. If and lame, when I first got up in the Builds up the Whole System. 60
BEEF CATTLE GETTING SCARCE.One Essex rape-Sow in rows, 4 poundsof each of these were fed 2 pounds of cot- CCDII.

I St. Lucie County-Two carloads of seed per acre will be required. If tonseed meal per day, it would release ---

ti Texas Grades, five registered bulls, sown broadcast, 8 to 10 pounds shouldbe 4 pounds of corn each day from the usual
and eight registered cows have been of the best arguments for increased used. Select moist land and sow daily feed of about4 pounds, and FIELD SEEDS FOR FALL PLANTING.

i brought into the Fellsmere neighbor beef production in Florida is the seed at any time this year. On 200 days of such feeding to all horses Florida Black Rye at $4 bushel. Blue Stem Wheat at $3.50 bushel
!I the report of stocks of frozen and cured good bind, no fertilizer will be needed.On and mules would release 100,000,000 Arbruxii Rye at S3.50 bus Bel. Dwarf ESKX Rape at 14c pound.

1 :: hood. meats, published by the United poor land, use 200 to 400 poundsof bushels of corn for human foodandthe Fulghum Southern Oats Rye at at 13$2 bushel.bushel. Winter Cnmson Veteh Clover at at 22e 22e pound.pound.

States bureau of markets, September vegetable fertilizer, or stable manure mules and horses would be bene- Hastings 100 Bu. Oat at $1.90 bu. We carry a full line of all Garden
Ii i Washington County-A peanut harvester I L, 1917. At first reading, the reportis is excellent. fitted by the change. Texas Rust Proof Oat. at 11.25 bu. and Field Seeds. Mail Orders IIJ<rONIO

t'' drawn by a gasoline engine is cheering for the stocks of all kindsof Natal grass-This grass may be "Four pounds of corn at $1.55 per SETS.

j operating in this county. In good peanuts beef are greater than a year ago. sown in October, the February seed bushel costs 11 cents. -.c
Qt. Pk.
1 I the harvester will pick 450 bushels But a thoughtful reading of this report ing is preferable. If seeding is followed "Two pounds of cotton seed meal at White Bermuda (straw colored ..-.M__I .20 $1.00 $171 Bu.
White Silver Skin .....__...__._.. __
.20 .
I a day.Jackson will develop support for the statement by a good rain, do not cover the $40 ton costs 4 cents. .110. g i0
per Yellow Danvers --____ ._____ .15 .85
I i that thousands of range cattle seed. Otherwise, cover it with a brushor "The feeder would thus save 7 cents Reds ---_----__________.-_____._ .15 .85 .J2i.u
County-A great deal of interest have been slaughtered to provide this a very light harrow. per day on each head of stock, or a If seta by mail add postage on basis of 1 qt. to lb. Write for new fall catalog.

is being taken in the fair to be increase. saving of $14 per head in a period of BLOOMFIELD NURSERY & SEED COMPANY
held in November. Prospects for agricultural Because of short feed crops in the COTTON ON THE BATTLEFIELD.A 200 days. "Monticello

and livestock exhibits are the great range states, these cattle, including -- Brand" Seeds Monticello, Florida.

best ever known. heifers suitable for breeding I twelve-inch gun disposes of a half
purposes, have been thrown onto the bale of cotton with every shot fired.A ::AI

Citrus County-Stockmen are taking market. So serious did the movement machine gun in operation will use 0001 IOCXGI '0= =Ot--- 10 a

i. a great interest in tick eradication become that the department of agri- up a bale of cotton in three minutes. Raiford, Fla., Sept. 22, 1717.

t and cannot get the vats in fast culture attempted to move thousands Naval battles, like the one off Jut To Whom it May Concern:

I enough. The com is yielding a goqd if the animals into the South Atlantic land, consume from five to six thousand I have been using a kerosene attach- FOR SALE
States where forage were abundant -
crop. In this attempt the Universityof pounds a minute by each active ment, put out by the Kerosene Attach I

warship.One ment Co., of Jackson, Ga., for over two 0
extension division took
I harvesting Florida part change of apparel for all troopsnow months on mv Ford and find it indeeda I
Calhoun County-Farmers are D
and succeeded in getting a
in the
engaged war representsmore I well withit
corn and are getting yields into the state. These cattle are near great saver. am pleased
i I above their expectations. Velvet beans,, than a million bales. and would not be without it for FARMING LAND
ly all bought for breeding and will be One hundred thousand bales will be much more than the cost of same. I i ion
; ; sweet potatoes and peanuts seem to retained to stock the Florida farms.
required to equip our proposed aero cheerfully recommend it to all
fine. I
I maturing The figures furnished by the bureauof plane fleet, if cotton, as may be necessary -I Ford owners. WATEROAK
I. --....; markets will give an idea of how I II
is to supplant linen for wings. G. W. ANDERSON.Look .
: Putnam County-Farmers are availing much stock has been slaughtered to This country is now turning nearlya

I themselves of the county agent's provide the surplus stock now held by million bales a year into explosivesalone. Good School and I Io
for the Best
services and many are calling on him the packers. The reports of 177 stor D
I I I' to help them change their farms into ages show stock of 101,065,160 poundsof You will find It less easy to uproot 0

stock farms. A gradual change to diversified frozen beef on September 1, 1917, faults than to choke them by gain- Good I
farming is being made. as compared with 58,303,067 pounds on RECORD SWEET POTATO CROP. Ing virtues. Do not think of your Neighborhood

I' ; September 1, 1916, an increase of 73.3 faults; still less of others' faults; in

I cent. every person who comes near you
County-The people in per Carl Vrooman, assistant secretaryof
III this county are greatly interested in The reports of 216 storages show agriculture, estimates that the look for what is good and strong; See W. E. DAVIS Starke Fla.
i honor that; rejoice in It; and your 0
dipping cattle to rid them of the fever stocks of 29,790,827 pounds of cured sweet potato crop in Southern states ,
I I beef on September 1, 1917, as this will touch the 88,000,000 faults will drop off like dead leaves., p
tick, and the agent has many calls to compared year noc.ono. .OOOI .0=0. IOC
with 18,449,994 pounds September bushel mark, setting record. when their time comes.-Ruskln.
1 test the dip in the vats. on a new
1, 1916, an increase of 61.5 per Under intelligent direction of state -

and Federal agents much of the crop 00090A96ir99090
I Alachua County-Boll weevils can cent.To show that this movement holds I will be stored in such manner as to 4 .
be found practically all over the country true to a great extent with sheep and prevent the waste of fully 30,000,000 0 TRAIN SCHEDULE. .

: : and considerable 'damage is reported hogs these figures may be cited from bushels of good food. ImAkD
't from the west end of the coun the same bureau. The reports of 94 I New time table went into effect 0

ty. Hog cholera is decreasing and storages show stocks of 2,318,661 912:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, <>

t. there is plenty of feed. pounds of mutton and lamb on Sep- FARMERS CHECK WEEVIL 0 and trains will run as follows: <> 'wJI1ILI' ee

#, tember 1, 1917, as compared with 2- 9 0
Lee County-The farmers are taking 135,288 pounds on September 1, 1916, Henry J. Burton, prominent merchant > Jacksonville to Tampa.

more interest in raising livestock an increase of 8.6 per cent. The reports and farmer in Bainbridge, Ga., 9 No. 3________________10:55 a. m. S
<> No. 1_______________11:14 r'It
: than ever before. The county agent of 164 storages show stocks of is harvesting a full top crop of cotton p. m.
va" ; is getting the best stock for them he 66,605,722 pounds of frozen pork on off'a 35-acre field, one of the finest <8> No. 15 "Flgridian"____2:37 p. m. 1,1 > will save you money and;)

can find. Several farmers are planning September 1, 1917, as compared with gathered since the advent of the boll < > <8> Il11 trouble. Gives description and!

to fence their pastures and also 63,420,269 pounds on September 1, wevil in the state. The analysis of <8> Jacksonville to Cedar Key. full information on all seeds for,
E> No. 21_._____________ 4:50
to grow more crops for their hogs. 1916, an increase of 5 per cent. the material used in treating cotton p. m. o planting. Our stocks are com
Florida farmers who can grow abundant stocks has not been announced but it plete, assuring prompt shipment.Martin's .
of forage and winter is stated that it can be made and used <$> Tampa to Jacksonville. $
Osceola County-Prospects are crops pas with 9 No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. 0 N
II brighter every day for a good crop of ture are overlooking a timely opportunity profit when cotton brings ten E> No. 2_______________ 4:51 a. m. <$> Hy-Test !
if they do not make a start in cents per pound. Other farmers who -
citrus fruit in this
county year. E> No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 > -
used the material have full p. Southern Seeds
All that given cultivation the cattle business. Those who have crops, :
!; groves were proper E> Q>
F made the start should be careful not while fields not treated are having the "-
f fertilization and after r
care 3>
Cedar to Jacksonville. $
1 usual trouble with their Key Carefully grown, closely selected, always i
,_ the freeze have come out nicely. to sacrifice any heifers suitable for cotton. 0 No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. : dependable. Full assortment -
breeding purposes. It takes time to & J garden ;.,
and field. and
i' Lee County high meat prices are breed cattle suitable for the packer, MURDERERS ESCAPED FROM $ Starke and Wannee. $ plants also a specialty. Writ vegetable
t causing farmers to pay more attention and if the breeding stock is sold now, JAIL DURING LATE HURRICANE 4 (Daily Except Sunday) <8> today for our new fall catalog. -fii
,' the industry will be so depleted that <3> No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. ifr
to hog raising. The county agent
beef as a food will attain a prohibitive $ No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 <
9 has orders for several blooded hogs price. West Florida Men, Sentenced to Hang p. m. \ .E. A. Martin Seed Co.Jacksonville -
which he hopes to be able to buy at Saw Their Way to Freedom. I
t an early date. -
;:, Catts today offered $150 reward for f
t Citrus County-The tick eradication He recapture of the Blackwell brothers
movement has become popular, and October should be a busy month in 1
Will and Bob. convicted of murderof tf
,. farmers who did the garden, for things be ,
' ". many not care to dips many may [ an old couple for robbery, who escaped -
their cattle at first are now anxious planted or set. These suggestions are from the Escambia $1,000,000jail i ii

>>. for a chance. The building of vats has offered by the University of Florida the night of the storm and were i

." : been delayed by the wet weather but experiment station: probably many hundred miles away
those that are in are being used ex Strawberry plants may be set up to before telegraphic or wireless com-
I tensively. November 10. Get the Missionary or
: munication was established with the
I Klondyke variety and'set them in a outside world. The Blackwell boys 'SlS
j moist, well-drained soil full of humus. :
Escambia County-The crops are were sentenced to hang. Their trial :
Lettuce be from the
I, r,, particularly good in this county, especially can grown seedor in Crestview for the murder in Oka-
plants now. Choose only the head
corn, beans, rice, peanuts, sugar lettuce. loosa county was a sensational one of I
cane and cotton. The acreage of this year. The reward is as much as
rice is inadequate to supply the county Radishes may be planted at any the governor is permitted to offer for .ACE
time, but it is well to sow a few each sv ._ V + .
r but since it has been demonstratedthat any escaped prisoners. During the
week so as to have them fresh and
it can be grown profitably more crisp. trial Will Backwell slipped the hand

will be planted next season. cuffs from his wrists and escaped, but
Eggplant be set before October
It). The Florida High Bush and New was recaptured. The men had escaped on October
three days before communication by
Palm Beach County-Farmers in York Purple are good varieties. 29th.'J

this county are finding that it pays to English peas may be planted up to telegraph was established.
Search in Alabama.
advertise in their local One
papers. the middle of the month. Plant :n w
farmer advertised chickens and Mobile, Ala., Oct. 1.-Sheriff's pos-
says furrows six inches below the level and
he could have sold five hundred. An- fill in as they Dwarf varietiesare ses are today scouring the woods of F':

t other advertised a sow and heard from best. grow. Baldwin countv. Alabama in search of BUY NOW ,

all the people he wanted to. These advertisements For fall cabbage plant the Flat Will and Bob Blackwell, brothers, two
t: free the of the most noted prisoners ever sentenced
are run by county Dutch this month. .
to be hanged in western Flor- fgir
papers. Beets carrots rutabagas and tur- ida and who from the We will allow liberal
escaped Pensa- for
a price old
nips make a good fall and winter crop. cola jail Friday by sawing the bars your stove or range

Dade County-This county has taken Well rotted stable manure worked from the windows of theii cells. The .
into the soil makes the best fertilizer. ;
to establish
steps a rigid quarantine trial and conviction of the Klackwells!
t against un-vaccinated from Frequent cultivation will also hasten
for the
murder of an aged couple at Mr. FARMERAll
f. other sections. Regular inspectors will growth. Walton, Fla., attracted wide attention.A .

be put on, roadmasters and bridge large reward has been offered for farmers deserve the best.
keepers will be appointed as assistantsThe CARELESSNESS RESULTS IN the capture of the men and officers in A majority of the farmers demand the beat

railroads and steamboat lines wills FAILURE. all surrounding towns and counties THE SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE RANGE is the best It will deserve
That is your
why "Feed B. A.
we 41
co-operate. say
have been warned to be on the lookout demand for the
:. \ Thomas' Hog Powder according to di for them. Come in, I have a GOOD PROPOSITION to offer YOU.
St. Johns County-This county had
but mix it with feed
ground and
between ten and twelve thousand acres Copper In Ancient Day.
moisten with just enough water to
t of corn from which a two-thirds nor Copper, among the ancient Hebrews JONES HARDWARE STORE
a make a crumbly mass. Then each hog *
. mal crop was harvested. About one was used in making helmets,
J gets a beneficial dose. See full direc-
thousand acres are in sweet potatoes, and
other Implements of
tions war. The expression -
on package. backif
and eight hundred acres are planted you are not satisfied. Sold money by D. C. "bow of steel" found In Job, t S. STARKE FLA.
in for
hay. +
t peas Jones, Starke. Oct5121926. should be rendered "bow of copper." .

C- Copper could not have been applied to t

.. Clay County-The labor situation To Core a Cold la One Day. these uses without the artisans possessing tf
e can Prices will
you save. continue to advance for the
promises to grow serious this fall. So Tab LAXATIVE BROMO Qat..... It ttop the some forgotten secret for rendering next
much new development is taking place cough and Headache and work 08 the Cold. the metal harder and more elastic two or three years.

3 the demand for labor is heavy. The I DruKlifU H. W. GKOVF'S refund.l money n ture it on it each fail box.to cure.?oc than we can make it today. I ,
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1 aid. after her, as he took her slight hand in would nua 1 1wrt e? England for BILL FOR DIVORCE. I t i

his good. But now he congratulated him In Circuit Sourt, Eighth Judicial Circuit of '.
.. "And there'll be hundreds-thou- own strong one. Florida, Bradford county.
l sands, like him-the flower of our country self that he had made her that promise L. H. Green

-.' who won't come back," Ethel said CHAPTER X. So far as he could see, that false Stella vs Greea Bill for Divorce

slowly. "Oh. it's too terrible!" The hope he had held out to her was all Notice to Appear. .

little tragedy had touched her to the Hoist by His Own Petard. that stood between him and the Towerof To Stella Green Greeting: r.
It having been shown by affidavit that the
.t i quick. Beside It her own troubles "Beg pardon, Miss Willoughby! A London-and likely worse. "Cer- defendant Stella Green is a non-resident of

r seemed momentarily dwarfed. gentleman to see you, by appointment! tainly we'll) announce our marriage," the State of Florida, and that the residence of
he assured her. "All that I told of said defendant is unknown and that there U
"Yes, It is terrible, Sir George In his character of Brewster, Sir you no person in the state of Florida the serviceof

agreed. He had no illusions as to George's butler, the German spy Roe- my family, my income was true-except a subpoena upon whom would bind the said j'

that I'm German, not French." defendant, and that said defendant is over the
what war meant for England. der made his announcement in faultless -

"I must go at once to the war office," fashion. She gave him an amused look. age It of is twenty-one therefore ordered yean., considered and adjudged ,

"But see are not as cleveras that the said defendant Stella Green
you you ,
Captain Radmond announced hurriedly. "Oh, in Just a minute! Ethel Wil- I
she informed him. "If do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com-
s -RICHARlJ And he shook hands with Miss Wil loughby told him. She knew that It you thought plaint herein on or before the 3rd day of December 1

; loughby. "Good-by, Ethel!" he said in was Henry Streetman who had re- you'd only been frank with me, I could A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree -
have been of so much greater help to pro confesso will be entered against the .
9 ROIliJ P JlHK R EFfl a tone that was far more sober than turned to see her. And to Larry, whose said Stella Green. 1

t VJJCR. aJJ.ZZ'h iD arAW]>?CJli7rIHWIrI. was customary for him. hand she had hastily dropped just as you." It is further ordered that this notice be pub- I
'flUG 1fI'/6 77-f A :D.-, "You could? he said as a look of lished in the Bradford County Telegraph a
"I must return to the Brewster threw the double doors
admiralty, open newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford
his face.
SYNOPSIS. -"But'it means that Churchill believes I Sir George said. "Coming, Redmond?" she said, when the pseudo butler had mystification"How Why?"spread over County Florida weeks., once each week for eight consecutive -

< as he moved toward the door. gone, "I may gain some very Impor-
will fight, Ethel said. "I have not been quite honest with IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset ,
3" CHAPTER I-Georgy Wag talr. daughter "That England will have to Larry had already started to Join tant information from this man. I can't my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir i

of Sir George, of the British admIraltY Sir fight, him when Ethel called him back. explain more than that now. Will you you, Ethel said. euit Court on this' the 25th day of September, .,
hints at a liaison between her gov George corrected her."Then He seized her roughly by the arm. A. D. 1917.
.mi., Ethel Willoughby and Henry the fleet-it did not disperse?" "Larry, before you go, may I have wait in that room?" She Indicated a "You have not lied to me about the W. T. WEEKS.
Btreeunan. Ethel denies it. she Just five minutes with you-alone?" door leading into a smaller room ad- 9-23-8t:: (SEAL) Clerk.
questioned. "Where has it gone? fleet?" he threatened.
II-Henrji Streetman calls Sir "Of courser he assented. "You'll Joining her sitting room.
; CHAPTER George saw no reason for telling true."
,; on Ethel and while waiting for her talks them half truths. forgive me, Sir George?" "Yes, my dear-God keep you!! Cap- no UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. ,
released her then.
-o. to Brewster Sir George's butler who Is a "Surely! See you again, Redmond!rAnd tain Redmond answered. And he at Streetman LAWS OF FLORIDA. I
about his failure to get at most powerful fleet the world "
German spy. "Then what do you mean? he asked. Notice is hereby given that A. Z. Adkins .
in Sir George's with that father left to her wishes.
Admiralty papers posses- has known Georgy's once proceeded carry out
He phones to German secret service ever has gone to the North So long as she had not deceived him in purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 173. dated the
sion.headquarters. Ilea to the Kiel canal to bottle up the them-alone. Ethel breathed a rapid prayer as she that 5th day of July. A. D. 1915 has filed said certificate !
quarter it mattered little to him
in my ogee, and has made applicationfor
CHAPTER III-When Ethel appears German navy, and that it will do I'm "Larry, when will you go to the heard Streetman already mounting the what she might have done. tax deed to issue in accordance with law.

to force her to get from Sir front?" Ethel asked in a tense voice. stairs. "I Said certificate embraces the following described
ha tries told
>, certain. With the bulk of the German you, Ethel explained, "I
George knowledge of the sailing orders He set his cap and stick upon a stool "Oh help me to be brave! Help me property situated in Bradford county
fleet unable to we'll you there was no in Florida to-wit:
to the British fleet Though she believes come out, prove Englishman
to be clever for
before her. Larry England
French instead of a German answering life. I lied. Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter and
him a spy once again that Britannia does rule the my There was-a
she refuses until he threatens her. She "I don't know," he said. "I'm afraidI !" She turned then to meet the cap Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter and
waves. tam n In the English army. Before I Northeast quarter of Southwest and
begs him to announce their secret marriage -
shan't be In the thick of the man who had betrayed her and
fight""You ,
as Georgy is suspicious but he puts HIs words thrilled everyone of them. met you we were engaged. He threwme Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter See.
her oIL mean they won't send yon?" against whose wits she had now un- 22, Tp. 7. S. R. 20 E.. 160 acres. The said
"And there's really going to be war!" over for some other woman-a
land being assessed at the date of the issuanceof
CHAPTER IV-At tea Georgy and hw Mrs. Falconer exclaimed in a wonder- "I fear not my dear. They'll want to match her own. woman with money. I hate such certificate in the name of R. J.. Shaw.

lover Guy Falconer, tease Sir George, me-they've often said so-for some- Streetman waited until the butler him!" Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according -
an awkward at ing voice. "I never believed I'd live Streetman saw no reason to to law. tax deed will issue thereon
had on
Btroeettalke thing they call more Important than. withdrawn before he so much as
to see it""And doubt her. As Ethel flung herself Into the 8th day of October, A. D. 1917.
being shot at They'll use me In the spoke to her. Then he faced her ex- the character Witness my official signature and seal this
a long horrible Sir of a woman scorned she
CHAPTER Charlie Brown newspa war special service-what you'd call a pectantly. the 30th day of August A. D. 1917.
per man of New York, entertains the tea George continued slowly. "We shall spy.I did her best to convince him of the W. T. WEEKS. .

party with his views on the threatened suffer very terrIbly-England, I fear, suppose, though, it's as good as any "Did you see Sir George?" he de- truth of the old adage that hell had no (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court .

war In Europe. other way to die for one's country. 'Tis manded-almost threateningly, It 83161. Bradford County, Fla.
% In particular, because we did not expect fury such as hers. As she perceivedthe t
CHAPTER VI-Guy Falconer declares my duty-though I'd not be too proudof seemed to Ethel
that if war comes he will go to Cuba. His it. We've been too sure that it It." "Yes!' she replied quietly thoughher success of her ruse she hurried on NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR

mother and Sir George reprove hljsu would never happen In our lifetime. to elaborate her fiction. "Yes, I hate LETTERS PATENT.
Charlie says Guy Is spoofing Some day-yes! But not now! Andwe're For a brief time she made no reply, every nerve was strung taut to him!" she repeated. "1'hate their NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
will apply to the Honorable Sidney J.
as she pondered his words."Won't meet the call upon her woman'sstrategy
CHAPTER VII-Capt. Larry Redmondof not ready-not the least ready! army! I hate all Englishmen. It is Catts. Governor of the State of Florida on the

the Irish Guards calls on Ethel. The We shall need man." you let me help? she asked for you-for Germany I would 8th day of October A. D. 1917. for letters .
every serve
two had been undeclared lovers and now him then. "The fleet-did you find out about patent, incorporating WEAVER DRUG COMPANY :
be asks her to marry him. She rtlll loves His remark brought home to Larry "You?" He wondered what she the ,' she told him. ;"That is why I have not under the following proposed charter,
him but tells him she Is married. Redmond a realization of the way In He could not get the words done more for you. I thought you the original of which is now on file in the office -
could mean. out of his mouth fast enough. of the Secretary of State of Florida.
vnt-Ethelflnds that Larry which the situation applied to himself. were working for France, England'sally.
"I do
so want to help. she con- "Yes! After what said what
knows Streetman as a German spy. and "Then, in some ways, It's good I've you England-how I hate her! I TOMMIE JOHNSON .
that Streetman had a wife in Berlin whenhe tinued. "There'll be thousands of wom- else could I do?" A. J. JOHNSON. M. D.

married her. The others come In and come back, he commented. "I must en who'll go to the front as nurses- "Quite so!" He made no attempt to want to see her dishonored, defeated, Proposed Charter of Weaver Drag CompanyThe
them comes Sir George with the newlthat at ruined by "
to report once. your people. undersigned hereby associate themselves
has declared Rus- millions to do the things at home. Butcan't conceal his insolence. "Has it "
Germany war on sailed
together for the purpose of forming a corporation -
Falconer "You-you?
Guy turned to him with Streetman cried
as a
81&. I go to serve England-to be in he asked her impatiently. under and by virtue of the Laws of the
bounded enthusiasm lighting up his the special service too" "Yes." great light broke over him. "And I State of Florida with the following proposed

IX. young face. A shadow crossed his fine face at the never dreamed he murmured as he charter:
"Where did It go? Quick, tell me!" Article 1.
"I'll go with your! be cried. "Is it mere mention of the undertaking."Oh By word and look both he menaced seized both her hands He was not The name of this corporation shall be,
too late to enlist rough now-but "Yes WEAVER DRUG COMPANY and its busi-
tonlghU""I'm eager,, impulsive
dear I couldn't ,
let !
For King and Country! my you her. ness shall be transacted and conducted in the

Captain Redmond was the first to afraid so," Larry said. The risk for you'd be too great. I "The usual routine! she said nonchalantly it is true, he said then. "I am a Ger- State of Florida, and other states of the United -

silence. Guy's words struck his mother witha couldn't permit It" man. I serve Wilhelmstrasse.." States of America wherever profitable, necessary
break the ensuing "It Just split into its convenient the of
up or principal place
quick chill of fear. She rose hastily But she would not be down "Then let me serve it, too," Ethel
"Good God! Then It's come at last! put so various squadrons-the Mediterranean business shall be in the Town of Raiford
from her seat and going fearfully up easily. begged much as she had besought Bradford county, Florida.
be cried in a ringing voice. Baltic
Black sea, South American
to her son. laid a supplicating hand upon "Think of the could Larry Redmond only a short quarter of Article 2.
a woman
the fleet! What of the
English fleets, and so on; and they've gone to The general nature of the business or businesses -
fleetr Ethel Willoughby exclaimed, asher his arm. do safely-without suspicion" she argued their destinations." an hour before. But then she had been to be transacted or conducted by said {

"But, Guy, you're not going to the "where a man would be use- customary in earnest. "Think what I-a woman corporation shall be: To engage In the wholesale
quick mind turned Inevitably to "
"Sir George told you that? The and retail drug business, to fill prescriptions
war? she said with a catch in her less." could do; and a clever woman she
vital and to in wholesale and retail
factor of
:that most Britain's de- news was almost too good to be be- engage
fense. It was patriotism that voice. "I know, I know-but I couldn't allow urged. "Take me with you, whereveryou mercantile and commission business, and to
pure lieved.
"Why, of course I am, mother!" It. And your husband" he ques- go. I would be useful." carry on any trade or business incidental thereto .l.'
prompted her question. For the moment "Yes and he I or connected therewith to buy, sell exchange -
; never suspected was
all thought of Henry Streetmanand "Of course he Is!" Georgy Wagstaff The idea pleased Streetman. for itself or as agents for others all
the I least bit interested""The
kinds of real or personal property to borrow
repeated after him. you would:r he exclaimed.
his constant importuning vanished old fool!" He told himself that money for the use of the company and to issue -
completely from her reckoning.Sir "But, Guy-you said you wouldn't "And yo'u shall go. You shall go with. note or other security: therefor and to
fight his mother reminded him trem- Sir George was no better than a dotard. me tonight." deal in mortgages, notes, stocks, bonds or
George swept the little company With such as he composing the English other negotiable paper in connection with the
ulously. Her feelings had undergonea "Where? she asked him.
with a rapid glance. s business of the corporation.
admiralty the spy was sure that Ger- "
Brussels! .
sudden Article 3.
,"ou are all practically members of o had nothing to fear from. the The
many t'Brussels-but capital stock of corporation shall
"I know he said his hand why there?
my family-at least I regard you as putting British lion. That much-vaunted animal's i be Five Thousand $5000.00) Dollars, to be
inch," he said. '"Redmond, you are an upon hers soothingly. "But that was He told her then the very heart of divided into one hundred shares of the par
teeth seemed effectually drawn. the value of Fifty Dollar each, payment for said
when I didn't believe there would be German vlan.CCOD1P.d
officer In his
majesty's servicewhatI "What news with you?" Ethel asked capital stock may be received in cash or in
My is in absolute confidence." war. And now that it'a come, I i Next Week.) property, real or personal, at a fair and just
couldn't stay home. I couldn't!" f'I him, innocently enough, so far as I valuation therefor, to be fixed by the Board of
Larry stood stiffly at attention."Of I Streetman noticed."I Directors of this Corporation.

course, Sir George!" he an- "That's the spirit my boy!" Sir have had direct from Our Neighbor's Burden.If Article 4.

swered. George told him with a renewed trustin none and The term for which said corporation shall
France," he said, never dreaming that a little fairy should appear exist shall be Ninety-tine Years.

Then' Sir George told them what British manhood. the time when he make visible the load every mortal car- Article S:
was past might deceive -
Henry Streetman would have given "But Guy-you mustn't! I couldn't I I IlIv.1IJt11 ries, some startling discoveries would The business of this corporation shall be conducted
her that little fiction
by of his.
by the following officers: A President
let she told him brokenly.
you go
hit rioul to know. "But war has come," he added. "Of result, and our sympathies and char Vice President Secretary and Treasurer, anda
"Winston Churchill went to Ports- lIe was sorry for her. And yet there I ity broaden.-New York Evening Sun. board of three directors the office of Secretary -

mouth this morning. The British fleet was an unwonted sternness In Guy's that am sure. and Treasurer may be held by one and
"And the said board of directors J
Enjlaml-wlll she enter intoit same person maybe
ailed this afternoon under sealed org face as he said: changed from time to time by an amendment
"Mother, you don't want me to be a ? she pressed him. What is LAX.FOS of the by-laws, but shall at no time be "

coward?" "With her fleet dispersed she will less than three or more than seven. The directors -

/ 1iniuiiirnvrJti not dare," he rejoined with a faint LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA v shall be elected by the stockholders at ,
"But, my boy, you're nil I've got In A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic' each annual meeting and all other officer of
smile of satisfaction."For .
this shall be elected _
the world! You're the only thing I've and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark, corporation annually by
the board of directors be otter
the sake of France as soon as may -
left!" And then she took him in her your country Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, BlackFoot the annual meeting of the stockholders.

arms and sobbed. To her had come that is a pity, Ethel pointed out. ,May Apple Root,Senna Leaves and The annual meet ng of the stockholder shall I

a little than to With her former doubts re-enforced Pepsin. Combines strength with'palatable be on the first Monday of January of each )
only a more quickly "
year or at a time to be fixed by the bylaws.Until ,
by the revelation of Larry's tale she aromatic taste. Does not 50cLEGAL
mothers the gripe. annual .
other English:: renunciation the officers elected at the first i

that war demands of lowly and high could easily! pick flaws, now, in Streetman's meeting shall be elected and qualified the business t.
of this corporation shall be conductedby
nllke."non't. acting. + + 4 + + i + + + + + + + + + the following officers:

mother plel1l1e--don't!" d "1l1: ? Oh, yes, of ourse--yes!" he + NOTICES 4 R. H. Weaver, PresidentTommie i
cry i ? hastened to assent. "I must get the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Johnson, Vice President.A. .
Guy said gently "You know I've got J. Johnson secretary and Treasurer.
aid to go. I'll come back all rl ht." news at once to France," he said; and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED And the said R. H. Weaver Tommie John-

Immediately he started toward the UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 son and A. J. Johnson Directors. c
"Ot he will said
ryl course Georgy. Article ..
doorway. But the girl said somethingthen LAWS OF FLORIDA. I
"And then I'll marry him. Guy had The highest amount of indebtedness or liability 1:
Hereby notice 's given that T. J. Alderman
l all at once assumed new proportions in brought up sharply- purchaser of tat sale certificate numbered to which this corporation can at any

her eyes. She had always been fond something that he was far from uppc.tlilg respectively! 2-6, 227, 232 2X4 and 215 issued time subject i itself shall be the sum of Fifteen
the Tax Collector for Bradford county Thousand (15000.00 Dollar
at that moment when he hv
of him, from the time they were girl Florida each of said certificates being dated The name and residence of the subscribingincorporators

and boy together. But she had never seemed at last to hold her more securely the 6th day of Sentemler. A. D. 1915 has fled together with the amount subscribed -

than ever before. the said certificates in office and has made for are as follows:
taken him Now however "For and !I" my
quite seriously. King Country
apnVcation for tax deed to issue in accordancewith R. II .Weaver, Raiford Florida Sixty-six
she that a "To Germany, you mean! she corrected shares.
saw Guy was man law. The said certificates respectively
and that he intended to play a man's tloned. He hardly thought any right- him. Quiet as was her tone the embrace the following lands in Bradford eoun- Tommie Johnson, Raiford Florida. Twenty- '

I part In the approaching struggle. And minded man would be willing to let his words seemed to him fairly to stab the ty.hereinafter Florida particularly assessed in the set names forth respectively to-wit: eight A. J.shares.Johnson. Raiford Florida Six share

in that moment Georgy knew that he wife face such peril. air. Certificate No. 226: embraces NE'i of SW4Sec. R. H. WEAVER

was more than worthy of her. She turned to him impetuously. "What?" he exclaimed. 29 Tp. 4. S. R. 20 E.. 40 acres assessed; TOMMIE A. J. JOHNSON.JOHNSON,

A new light shone In Guy's eyes as "Larry, I lied to you," she con- "Oh, Henry how can you think me Unknown.Certificate No. 227 embraces the following: STATE OF FLORIDA.

1 I I 112I he turned to the girl. fessed. "I'm miserable, wretched. I'm so very stupid?" Com :110: yards S of NW cor of NE 4 of SEt, COUNTY OF BRADFORD.
i 2-3 Before me, a Notary Public, in and for said
and run S 53 2.3 yds. E. 70 yds. N. 53
"Will you really?" he asked. "You not happy with my husband. I've "You are mad! he parried. "I am }-ds, W. 70 yds to pt of beg Sec. 15. Tp. 5. S. county and state personally appeared R. H.

bear that, mother? Why, that alone Is made a mess of things, like you. I loyal to France.. R. 21 E.. 2 acres, assessed J. H. Denmark. Weaver, Tommie Johnson and A. J. Johnson -
be the de-
well known
to to
want to get away. This is the only "You tell me that," she scoffed, Certificate No. :S32: embraces EU of E1 of me persons
I worth going to the front for-and I'll NWtJ of S\Vt. and all NEt of SWU W of scribed in and who subscribed their names to

get a V. C. and be a hero and we'Ullve thing I can do for England-for you! "when here, a little while ago, in all Ry., Sec. 10 Tn. 6, S. R. 22 East, 30 acres, the foregoing proposed charter, and they severally

after." Oh please let me go-oh, pleaser your talk you showed how stronglyyou assessed C. G. Holland. acknowledged before me that they exe-
happily ever Certificate No. 234 embraces Wt:, of NW4 cmuted the same for the purposes therein ex-

Of such is the rosy optimism of lie saw that she was greatly skied with Prussia. Just now you of NEt,. See. 11. 11>. 6. S. R. 22 E, 20 acres, pressed.IN
moved-that she was soul-tortured, were delighted that the English fleet assessed C. Roy Hathaway. WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto t

youth. half frantic. And he had not the heartto had To Frenchman that Certificate No. 245 embraces S>4 of NWi set my hand and affixed my seal this the llth
dispersed. a
her bands day of September, A. D. 1917.
Wagstaff placed I
Georgy of SELL Sec. 8. Tp. 7, S. R. 22 E., 20 acres,
in his. deny her any solace, no matter would be bad news; but a German assessed, James Clark. W. H. ANDREWS. JR.,

where she turn for it Unless said certificates shall be redeemed ac- (SEAL) Notary Public
might would take it as you have done. You
"For once, you dear old thing, Ican't cordinif to law, tax deed will issue thereon on My commission expires me ova day of 5l rch.
"I know how you feel, he said, "and are In the service of the Wllhelmstrasse A. D. 1919.
British Fleet silled! This After argue with you, she said. And the 5th day of November, A. D. 1917.
shall do this thing if I can arrangeit. been official signature and seal this A. V. LONG and E. M. JOHNS
though she smiled at him, she had difficulty you -a true Teuton, and I've Witness my Attorneys. -14-4t
noon" 24th day of September A. D. 1Q17.
blind not to realize it before
in keeping back her tears. quite W. T. WEEKS.

den and Churchill has offered his Guy Falconer stood very erect as he Her heart went out to him in gratitude Streetman looked positively dangerous I SEAL) Clerk. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
because he had understood."Oh By R. A. WEEKS. Hereby notice U given that under and by
resignation' as first lord of the admi- took his mother by the hand. lie saw as he faced her threateningly. At 9-28-61. Deputy Clerk.BILL virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure -
thank you, Larry! Thank you he at But still he had no t _.
ttlty. women in a new light now-saw and last was bay. made and rendered by the Judge of
Now, tell me-what am I to do? Where thought of confessing the part that he FOR DIVORCE. the Circuit Court in and for Bradford County.
At that terse statement Ethel Wil- recognized the sacrifices they had In-
shall I be sent? Shall I be with you?" In Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit of Florid on the 27th day of September
loughby sank slowly upon a chair. In evitably to make in life's battles, since was playing. Florida. Bradford County. 1917, in favor of N. L. Knight by her next
would be
She that it
their excitement the others did not no- the beginning of time. hoped so. "And to what use do you intend putting Daisy Millers friend D. E. Knight complainant and against
"Xo. dear-not with me," he ex- Bill for DivorceC. Jennie Lou Noble and her husband L. M. No-
my absurd accusations he de-
tice her agitation. Nor could they have "Come on, mother!" he said gravely. the jour W. Miller. ble, defendants the undersigned will offer for
will be
Interpreted it had they divined It. "Take me to the barracks." plained. "My Job manded. Notice to Appear. tale in front of the court house door in Starke,

German lines-perhaps in their very \one--none at all," she said carelessly The State of Florida to C. W. Miller Bradford County. Florida during the !itirat
Something In the manner of an inspiration "My son, I'm proud of you! she : Greeting hours of sale on Monday the 8th Jay of No-

bad come to her-a scheme, plot, half whispered as she looked up at army. with just a slight shrug of her It having: been shown by affidavit that the ember A. D. 1917, to the highest and lot

stroke of genius perhaps. At all him through her tears. His answer struck a- chill of fear In- fine shoulders. "I merely wanted you Defendant C. W. Miller is a non-resident of the bidder for cash the following real estate to-

to her-for she could feel fear for him. state of Florida and that the residence of said wit:
rents, she saw la a flash how she "So am ir! added Georgy Wagstaff. to know that I know. defendant is unknown and that there is no An undivided one-half interest in lots Five

might yet serve her country In a man She had acquired all at once a new "But that's impossible! she exclaimed "Oh, is that all? I thought you were one in the state of Florida the service of a and Seven of Block Eighteen in the Town of
"You would be Starke. Also at southwest cornerof
incredulously whom would bind said defendant -
Eel that is granted to few women-r sense of proprietorship in Guy. "You'll caught at trying to threaten me," he answered, subpoena, and that upon said defendant is over the age lot owned by W. II. Rivers, thence: run

Ten men. write me?" she asked him. once. more than puzzled by her attitude. of twenty-one years.It West along the North line of Madison street
"Oh I think not! he reassured ner. ordered considered and ad- thirty and one-half feet thence run North one
? is therefore
should I do that
Meanwhile dear why
Captain Redmond day! he promised eagerly. "My ,
pon- "Every "The plan is all arranged-every de- judged that the said defendant C. W. Miller, hundred five feet thence Southerly one hun- ,,
dered upon Winston Churchill's peculiar "And you-you will be careful, You still love me; and now that I've do appear to the complainant's bill of complaint dred ten feet to the point of commencement

action. won't Guy?" his mother besoughthim tail-since before I went away. Now learned about the fleet, you still mean herein on or before the 3rd day of December All lying in the Northwest Quarter of Southwest -
you 'tis only for me to carry it out. But A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree Quarter of Sec. 23. Twp. 6 South. Range I
"But why, Sir George why r he with her hands upon his shoulder can't be with me." next week to arrange matters with pro confesso will be entered against the 22 E.. and adjoining said lots S and 7 of blk

Uked. ,. you your people to announce our mar- said C. W. Miller.It 18, above described. I
Her disappointment was obvious. is further ordered that this notice be pub- The lands intended to be described above
"Because he had no authority from "Of course, I'll be carefuL"And "But what shall I do?" she asked riage- lished in the Bradford County Telegraph, a was the homestead of W. H. Rivers deceased ,

Parliament to give such orders. IfEngland then they had gone-Mrs. Fal- "Of course, of courser! he broke In newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford and which was conveyed by the aid W. H. i

is not involved In the war. coner and Georgy, hanging desperatelyto doubtfully."That we'll see. But somehow we'llbe upon her hurriedly. He had forgotten, consecutive county, Florida weeks.once each week for eight Rivers a few months to Jennie before Lou the Rivera death and of Harry the said Rivera W. \

then Churchill alone is responsible for him who was dearest of the whole for the moment, all about that plausible IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto H Riven and lying and being in the Town ,

kl*'action and his public career will be world to them. working together""For promise of his.s matters stoodon set my hand and affixed the seal of oar Circuit of Starke, Bradford County Florida. t ],
king and country she exclaimed Court on this the 19th day of September J. C. POPPELL
ended. U England goes to war, then Sir George Wagstaff turned to the holding out her hand to him. the continent he had thought it A. D. Special Muter in Chancery. '' <4

the English nary hat gained at once othen with an air of unaffected pride. b more than likelr that another week m7'W.. T. WEEKS. A. S. CREWS. "
tQuutrrr' .Itpe.t
"F2t..k.in.r sIld Complainant's Solicitor. 108to' J
.. 9-21-gt. (Seal) ClerkS ;
I.B "Jy and tJotompnAnna advant e." .:Ibere'. the true Englishman! he 9 4

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PAGE EIGHT _ _ _ S, U17. '.'
i'I : 1
I i: The Hampton High School opened eral days at her home in East Law- the faw. office of the. then Senator A. .Messrs. W. T. Andrews ""
t ., >..JIi" r Monday for the fall aryl winter term; tey.Mrs. Z. Adkins and at the beginning of the Tomlinson, of Lake Butler?tId' I
't I 1 1 ;; with Prof. C. C. Hobbs principal, Miss 0. L. Thomas and daughter, 1913 session of the Florida legislaturehe to Raiford Saturday. mot .

1I .... gi J"-'UI" Eva Williams, assistant, and Miss Ada Miss Essie, of Crawford, visiting was appointed secretary to the Messrs. Ury and Willie Red t.
, ,I : rj7ilo- Nimmo, primary teacher. friends in Lawtey this week. Mr. and Judiciary A committee by Col. Adkins Wateroak, were business visitor.
J' NeW5 Items The saw mill owned and ,operatedby Mrs. Thomas expect to move back herein who was chairman of that committee.He Saturday.

: County > P. B. Hunt is being dismantled and the near future. filled the position with hop tiTa! (<) Mr. Wt,| S ulitigs was a b
1 will be moved to Winfield, where Mr. Mr. G. L. Futch was a visitor to distinction through the session;and visitor Saturday.Mr. 'i'

, Hunt has purchased a large tract of. Jacksonville last Thursday. after the session he went back to his S. '1'. Dowling,
ltiradul 'pads Gathered During the Week by Our timber. Messrs. J. Q. and Robert H. Futch law studies in Col. Adkins office and i board of county chairman of iJ.
1 Regular Correspondents. Mrs. Clara Sasser, of Valdosta, is were transacting business in Jacksonville worked hard until the fall of 1913, but the trip to Starke commissioners Monday ..
, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. last Friday. being young and feeling the call of the the regular monthly to a
,1 I P. B. Hunt. Charlie George, of Starke, was a unknown and feeling the desire para Mr. W. A. Bailey meeting J2
Dr. W. E. Middleton and family, accompanied visitor to Lawtey and vicinity Sundayand I mount in so many of us to explorethe with his family at Lake spent S-f
: week. We hope she will soon be on by Mr. and Mrs. Lacy J. Monday. unknown places and to see the Mr. Chas. Roberts, of Lake j im.d
\ : PINE LEVEL. the road to recovery/ Wynn, are spending a week on the Miss L. Loadholtz is visiting relatives great wide world, he forsook the study was a business visitor Monday::

Our school attendance has net beenas East Coast of Georgia hunting and in Jacksonville this week. I of law. Mr. J. L. Bryant, of Baker .\
Mr. Ray McKinney, of Alachua, good as we would like. Owing to fishing. They are expected home about Mrs. Annie Carter, of Starke, was Not having the necessary pull to get I'I was a business visitor coatf i,
spent Friday night with his sister,-Mrs such heavy,rainfall many'of the children the 10th.J. visiting relatives in Lawtey Sunday.Mr. into West Point he enlisted in the reg- ;J I We are all glad to know Monday
t Walter Edmondson. I cannot come till the creeks and S. Griner, Sr., of Brooklyn, wasa Ernest Wells visited relativesand ular army in 1914 as a private and ',I J. N. Kelley is home again that vJ
Mrs. Eston Brown visited here Sun- other streams fall. Why not get together pleasant visitor here Wednesday.J. friends in Raiford Sunday. through hard study and consistent I I sonville where she underwent from JaQ.:

t :: da patrons, and fix a way for P. Hall, of Sampson, was trans- Misses Loca Johnson and Eva Futch service has since rapidly advanced in ation. an ope;_;
Mr.y.t A. 0. .Strickland attended the these children to get to school? It's acting business here during the week. visited relatives in Raiford Sunday.Dr. the army. Now in a period of three t Mr. Ellison
: union meeting at Corinth Friday and a shame for these children to be forced Contractor H. B. Weest has com- G. W. Brown was a business visitor short years he has attained the same ty Kelley in of Starke, ty?
surveyor was town
Saturday.Mrs. to miss school when a few men ina pleted the concrete sidewalk on East to Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. lead that a four years course at West will do Monday, !
I quite a bit of S
t J. L. Underhill visited Mrs. short time could construct good foot Main street. and it is a first class pieceof H. D. Randall was transacting Point, together with a year's service. state on the tract owned surveying ?
work. business in Jacksonville one day last Again we extend best wishes by -
John Crosby Sunday. logs for them to cross streams on. our Mr. R. G. Norman bum
Master Wiley Edmondson and Ab- Little Effie Starling is ill again. We Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, of Starke, was week. and wish Lieutenant Smith all the visitor Saturday. was' a
i, ner Gordon attended church at Corinth hope to see her bright face at school here during the week on professional Rev. A. R. Adkinson visited his luck in the world. He is now in Costa Mr. Wash. I. Roberts 7
l mother in Jacksonville last Rica and flak
business.B. Thursday. doing topographical work, or 'v.
Sunday. motored to
t Mr. Willie Edmondson and sisters, soon.Mrs.. Dennis Moseley visited our S. McCain, who has worked as Rufus Jackson came up from Gaines map making, which is the highest Mr. R. B. Roberts, of WorftijU.Sunday
Misses Aura and Effie, spent Sunday school last week. apprentice section foreman for the ville and spent Saturday and Sunday grade of work in the service. He is was a business visitor the
of New here at the home of his parents, Mr. with the 5tho U. S. Infantry. latter Put
with Mrs. Chas. McKinney, past year, has been promoted to fore of last week.
l' River. man, and is now in charge of the G. and Mrs. R. Jackson. Senator A. D. Andrews was a business Mr. J. E. Andrews #
Mrs. Alice Oliver spent Sunday in GRAHAM. S. &; F. section here.T. Miss Eunice Dinkins is visiting relatives visitor to Jacksonville Wednes- visitor Monday. was a bnsia T a

; the Rising section. J. Durden, familiarly known as in Tampa. day.Mr.
visitedMr. Rev. James H. Martin, district superintendent J. S. Howard of Dukes Ovid Brooks, son of J. A. Brood i
Mr. W. E. Lewis and family Christian Convention. "Uncle Tom", has been quite ill for the a prom- left
I Sunday afternoon
Sam Norman Sunday afternoon. past two weeks.C. of Jacksonville, preachedat inent farmer and turpentine operator, for JacksontS
Mrs. I. L. Cone came home Sunday The convention of Christian churches A. Stephens, telegraph operatorat Grace M. E. church Monday even was a business visitor in Raiford Wed to attend the Duval High School 0rIi
i which convened here Saturday and The is a graduate of the Raiford
ing. quarterly conferencewas nesday.Mr. Junb
after a short visit in Lawtey. the union depot here, has accepted a
!i Mr. Walter Edmondson spent.Sun Sunday The attendance was a complete was rather success.small on more lucrative position at Hawkins- held immediately after the servi- J. C. Luning, state treasurer, High through School the Duval and is High preparing School aiaarf

I : day with Mr. Parrish, of Sampson Saturday because of the weather, but vine, Ga., and expects to move his ces.The ladies of Lawtey dinner spent Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- course in Tech in Atlanta, Ga. fojs:
gave a at the
date. day State Prison Farm.
there at
family an early
Sunday morning and evening the Mr. Mark Driggers of
on last for the benefit of the Baker
t City.Mr. business We to the illness of Saturday Mr. Elisha Kite, of Baldwin but en*
Erastus McNeil made a regret report : ,
large house was filled to overflowing. Red Cross and nice ty, was a business visitor in
society, Haifa!
a sum was
trip to Jacksonville last week. bountiful both Robert and Leslie Brown, who formerly of Raiford, was in town the 1
i At the noon hour Sunday a Tuesday. :
Messrs. Willie Stricikland and Ray- are quite sick at this writing.Mr. raised. Our ladies are patriotic in every latter part of last week looking after
the grounds and Mr. Jackson of
repast was spread on Jackson &
of the word GodwiL
sense and is :
everyone his
and Mrs. Pollard farming interests in this section.
attended Holiness accompaniedby
mond, all had plenty to eat and an immense cotton buyers of Lawtey
anxious to do her part to alleviate the was a fcafc
Vivian from Mr. Boas Rosier business visitor
meeting at New River Friday night. Ivey, motored over was a visitor
leftLeaders ness Tuesday.
\ quantity sufferings of the soldiers who have togo
i Mr. C. C. Crosby, wife and baby and in the convention were: W. Trenton and spent Sunday here. the trenches Wednesday.Mr. Raiford School Opens. *
to in France.
Mr. J. L .Underhill attended the meeting T. McGuire, John Mullady, J. B. CrewsW. The grits mill recently installed at ; The J. J. Blackwelder, of Highland, Raiford Junior High School
members of the Philathea class
i of the New River Sunday School G. Seals, C. F. Rivers, J. R. Bevill, the waterworks plant, is operated every of the Grace M. E. Sunday school will spent Wednesday in Raiford on busi Monday, Oct. 1st, by the usual opens opemj,

Union at Corinth Sunday.A W. H. Gurney and M. J. Sapp. Wednesday and Saturday and is give a dinner at Mrs. M. E. Edwards' ness.One exercises, followed by an address lq
series of meetings will begin at doing, excellent work. day last week of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rivers attendedthe Rev. T. S. Stark from many people Prof. Jno. A. J. Pinholster in which w
Pine Level church Tuesday night, Oc- deliberations of the Christian con- Supt. E. R. Poppell, accompanied by brick store next Saturday.came over of Raiford ran to their doors, briefly but clearly outlined the''aa!
tober, 9th, conducted by Rev. F. B. vention at this place Saturday and Rural School Inspector Phillips, visit- Jacksonville and several thinking to see an aeroplane. A noise and proposed work for the enstds
spent days ,
Johns. Services only at night, except Sunday.Dr. ed the Hampton High School Wednesday which sounded for all the world like term. Prof. Pinholster !
with his family here the first part of was fotI0we4'by
on Sunday. Everybody invited to at- W. H. Thomas, of this place, afternoon. They were complimentary the week. the whir of an aeroplane propellor Mrs. M. W. Mann, who spoke ale

\ tend. was a recent professional visitor .to .on the Sanders work being done.J. I Mr. J. J. McLeod returned to his accompanied by the rapid exhaust of the line of school efficiency by orgu.'
formerly telegraph the
+ Jacksonville. M new 250horsepower aeroplane ization.
o work in Jacksonville after i
Mr. W. J. Jones, cattleman of this operator here, spent Wednesday with spending several days Monday here with, his motor, but the excitement soon died At the last moment some chan +j
t NEW RIVER. place, is visiting his wife in Hastings. ,his family here. He goes to Archer family. down. It proved to be only the stealthy in the faculty were necessitated. 't\l;

Messrs. R. W. Surrency, R. S. Sur- as relief operator.W. Mr. A. M. Blanchard and son, Rob- approach of the Hon. Jno.'P. Coffin, of following teachers have the grades
Wm. McEver H. M. Kuhn and H. Jones, of Waldo, spent sever Johnstown, in his Overland.Mr. given below
Messrs. B. J. Sapp and B. F. Ren- rency, ert, were visitors to Starke Tuesday. : '
r1 froe were business visitors to Starke Frank Bevill have just returned froma al days here during the week in theinterest Mike Futch left Monday for Jack J. H. Dowling was a business Prof. Pinholster-High school st,
of Guchenheimer & Co., of ..
fishing expedition on the coast They visitor Wednesday.Mr. ies.
last Wednesday. Lynchburg 'Vr. sonville, where he. ,has. secured a position -
Mrs. W. T. Turner and daughter, report plenty of stormy weather, automobile with the Jacksonville Traction J. N. Kelley made a business Miss Delia Bielling-7th and >&
I. Miss Come, spent last Thursday in breakdowns, mosquoties and The ladies of the Hampton Christian Company. trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. grades.Mr. .
Lake Butler. some fish. church will have a bazaar at the Masonic :Mr. N. D. Davis was transacting L. Sapp made a business tripto Louis Taylor-5th and 6a i
Mr. S. C."Crews visited the county Miss Mae McKinney, of Lake But- Hall, Hampton, Saturday, Nov. business in Starke Monday. Alachua Wednesday.Mr. grades. *&
site last Monday. ler returned here Saturday and resumed 24th. The co-operation of everyone is Capt. S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was Frank E. Wood, of the FrankE. Miss Ruby Roberts-3rd and &
; Miss Aimee Mackery, of Carabelle, her duties as a teacher in the local cordially 9-28-2t. transacting business in Lawtey the Wood Co., of Jacksonville, who is grades. 'it
; : who will teach Long Bridge school, school first part of the week. interested in Raiford real estate, wasa Miss Nannie Andrews-2nd grade+

I arrived last Wednesday night. We Mr. James Reynolds and Prof. A. C. !' BROOKER.School Mr. Ed. Galloway, of Chillicothe, 0., business visitor here Thursday.Dr. Mrs. J. A. J. Pinholster-Primary
; Welcome Miss Aimee in our midst and Crews were business visitors to Starke is a guest at the home of his parents, Biggs, of Lawtey, was a casual and 1st grade. -
t I are glad to have her with us at our last Friday.Dr. Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Galloway.Mr. visitor Thursday.Mr. The attendance. for the first dart
I' teacher again. W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, opened Monday with Very J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, wasa W. I. Roberts and family motored approximately 100 but so far kt
t. i Mr. E. Lennon spent the week-end was a professional visitor to this place good attendance. As there are,many I I business visitor to Lawtey one day to Starke Thursday. Mr. Robertswas gradually increased. The low atta-:
visiting different parts of South Car Saturday evening. of the. pupils kept out on account of of last week. ,. called for examination for servicein dance is probably due to late cotta
I > Ionia. Prof. Jesse I. Ogden, of this place cotton'picking, the attendance will not I Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting business the New National Army, but owing picking. '4
I I ; )Jr, and Mrs. J. 0- Turner, of Starke resumed the principalship of the schoolat be large at present. in Starke the first part of the to a foot being badly lacerated in a Council Proceedings. f
\ # > I spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. Sampson City Monday morning.Mr. Mr. S. V. Andreu was a business week. sawmill accident some eleven years The Raiford council met Tueafafevening
l' ;I and Mrs. W. T. Turner. C. B. Roberts, staunch citizen visitor to Jacksonville Monday and Mr. J. H. Ritch, of Milltown, Ga., ago, he was turned down/ in regular session The fallowing
I Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Crews spent the and merchant of this place, visited the Tuesday. : was shaking hands with his many Mr. W. H. Andrews, Jr., was a business councilmen were present, pre
.: f I week-end visiting relatives and friends. bedside of his sick father, Mr. J. G. :I i Mrs. C. Morgan and little daughter, friends here Monday.Mr. visitor to Starke Thursday.Mr. sided over by Mayor N. T. Ritch, Jt:,

I .".. at Worthington Springs. Roberts, at Guilford Sunday. Midred, visited Lake Butler last week. J. H. Goodge, of Jacksonville,, T. B. Handley, president of the Mr. H. J. Barnett, Mr. S. T. Dowfiafc
-y., I' Messrs. P.- M. Padzett and W. M.ll .- Mr. Frank Douglass, of the Miller is transacting business in Lawtey this Citizens Bank, made a business trip Mr. B. I. Taylor, Mr. S. H. Moore tal
ll Parker, of Lake Butler, were transacting section, was in our town last thurs- week. to Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. R. H. Weaver, clerk. ,"*,,
! 'I'i' I business over at the little town MILLER.Mr. Mr. 0. A. Jackson, of Jacksonville,, Lacy Wynn, of Graham, was a :Minutes of previous meeting sp'
i. ) of New River Saturday. day.Those who attended the Christian is visiting relatives here this week. visitor Thursday in the interest of a proved. jjj

? 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins and S. J. Letson, of Venus, DeSoto convention held at Graham last Sun Mr. J. L. Gaskins, of'Wateroak, wasa dipping vat. The writer, togetherwith S. B. Denmark, marshal, stated fiat] j
' daughter, Miss Miriam, of Lake But county, spent several days visiting his day ;were Mr. and Mrs. N.. S. Nabb and visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. many progressive farmers, wish a movement has been started by fell!
J ler, attended the Christian convention granddaughter, Mrs. D. L. Clyatt. Mr. two: children, Dogan and Willie Mae, R. B. Jackson was a visitor to him success. ladies of the town to cause a Eiderolr
: at Graham last Sunday. They were Letson is a Confederate Veteran and Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan and Mr. and Lake City last Friday and Saturday.: Mr. Ceo. Whittimore and W. H. Andrews to be built from church to church. fe'

:, accompanied by Miss Mackery, of Car- gets about well for a man of his age, Mrs. L. Johns. They reported a nice R. K. Davis and Alfred Muse wentto of Lake Butler, were in Rai action taken. ,
' abelle. being now 81 years old. time: Jacksonville last week and accepteda ford on business Friday.Mr. Marshal given permission to : :
I. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts, of the Mrs. Glover Reaves, of Winter Gar- Mr. L. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. H. position with the Jacksonville Trac- R. S. Griffis was in town Friday all bridges repaired and render bifttf :

Vanderbilt section, and Miss Ella den, has been visiting her sister-in-law i S. Warren and daughter, Hazel, spent tion Company. with his family next meeting. flj I
i Crews, of Madison, visited New River Mrs. D. L. Clyatt, for several days. Sunday in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. I Don't forget that there are three Dr. Biggs, Mr. Torode and Mr. Dit Following bills were ordered psifcl j
f last Monday.Mrs. Hon. H. C. Peeples made a business I Warren took Hazel to the hospital for I Sunday schools in Lawtey Sunday Wilson, of Lawtey, spent Friday in S. B. Denmark, marshal and *. l

B.| J. Sapp spent last Sunday trip to Starke Monday.D. treatment.Mrs. morning, one at the Baptist every, and Raiford. collector __________________ 35JK {!
4 in Dukes. I L. Clyatt, N. H. Stokes and 0. L. A. B. Surrency, who had an one each at the two Methodist churches. Quite a number of Raifordites made Council adjourned. -*! :
1 Mrs. Thelma Fox, who has been Mizell made a business trip to Brook- operation performed at Gainesville Preaching services at Grace church the trip to Jacksonville Saturday, including Mr. J. C. Byrd, former cashier rf '
i* spending several days here, returned Mr. M. W. Mann the Citizens Bank of has i
er Wednesday. Sunday was getting along nicely according every Sunday, both morning and even- Mr. J. W. Raiford, (Vj
to her home at Putnam Hall last Sun- Algar Thomas and sisters, Misses to the last report. Her friends ing, at the Baptist church every fourth Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richard, Mr. cepted a position in Jacksonville. : !!,

day.Mr. Lulu and Virgie, visited relatives in hope for her a speedy recovery.Mr. Sunday and at the M. E. church, south Geo. Dyal, Mr. Ed Harrington, Mr. !
E W. T. Turner and son, J. 0 Jacksonville several days last week.C. Wiley Williams and two sons, twice a month. Brady Johns, Mr. Wilson Johns, and
a Turner, of Starke, were visitors to H. Harrison, of Worthington, Jesse and Joseph, of Worthington, Mrs. Joe Stalsby and children are Mr. D..Lennon.Mr. SOME "CUSSER." _
Lake Butler last Sunday.Mr. was here on business Monday.J. were visitors here Monday.Mrs. visiting relatives in Macclenny this Eustis Crews has closed our his 1 I"y,
P. B. Crews made a trip over to R. McLeod made a business tripto H. M. Donaldson and daughter week. barber shop for the season and accepted Florida is a great state. A man t1 shad .

-. c Worthington Springs last Monday. Lake City Monday. : Pearl, who has been visiting her James Godwin, who is in the em- the place as teacher at Rose Hill in to pass the hat to go from play

P t' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Douglass were daughter, Mrs. L. F. Surrency, here ployment of the U. S. Geological Survey Alachua county. to place less than a year ago is nr
CLAY HILL. shopping in Lake Butler Saturday.J. returned to her home at Brooksville Co., came down from Yulee and Mrs. B. J. Roberts and children, of to be sued for $20,000.-Lakeland W;

: L. Brown made a business trip to Tuesday. spent Sunday here at the home of his Worthington, were visiting relativesthe I egram. *
i Lake Butler Saturday.E. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Tuesday parents.Mr. latter part of the week. And the saintly defendant is aflegw
I, t Honor Roll. W. Hayes, cotton buyer for Gor- in LaCrosse with her niece, who is J. S. Howard, of Macclenny, Mr. Dan Dyal, of Lake Butler, spentFriday to have called the plaintiff "a daaarf
Primer-Leonard Strickland. don & Co., was interviewing our gin- very ill with malarial fever. was the guest Saturday and Sundayof in Raiford. thief"-language more befitting tht'

First Grade-Alonzo Haymans and ners Tuesday.Carl Mr. Lee Gainey was taken to Jack his brother, Mr. Henry Howard, of Messrs. Chas. Shaw, Wilson Bryanand I II barroom bum than a minister'of tit
Preston Johns. and Mabel Brown and Earle sonville Tuesday for an operation for near Lawtey. Willie Bryan motored into Rai- I gospel and the chief executive of I
t Second Grade-Maude and Grace Peeples have entered the Lake Butler appendicitis. He stood the operationfine Mr. A. L. Bradley came over from ford Saturday from Baker county. 1 state.Manatee Banner. Jj

- .. Padgett. High School for the term. and his friends hope to see him Jacksonville and spent Sunday with 01:10.01:10.. '
Third Grade-Maude Wilkinson, Ef- 0. S. Thomas made a business trip back home soon. his family here. v- Go.: .0ClOr-. i0II04U ;
/ fie Starling and Elizabeth Strickland. to LaCrosse, Gainesville and Starke Mr. Guy Pinholster visited relativesin fll,
Hon. R. J. Andrews
of Lake But
Fourth Grade-Edith Starling, Clara last week. Clay county last week. i
ler O
the of
was guest relatives in Law-
Prescott, Dora Carter and Leo Wilkin- J. S. Brown and family were in Lake Mr.,A. B. Surrency went to Gaines tey ;
Butler Monday. TTBWf 1 ville Tuesday. Wednesday.Mr. Stability
and Mrs. R. R. Thede
son.Requirements are perfect atten- E. H. Douglass made a business trip Miss Marguerite Shriver left Mon- to Jacksonville were visitors ] .

dance, punctuality and deportment. to Lake Butler Monday. day for Lake City, where she will attend went in their Maxwell Wednesday. They f
t Kyle Wilkinson motored over tot Eugene Douglass and wife were in Columbia College.The car. ,, !
Jacksonville with his mother last Fri- Lake Butler shopping Saturday.Mr. stork visited the home of Mr. Jacksonville Mr. N. T. and Peeples came over from o 'il;

day. and Mrs. C. A. McLeod, of Jacksonville and Mrs. S. Crosby a few days ago his home here. spent Wednesday at n $
..' The sad funeral procession of Mrs. visited relatives here for several and left them a fine boy. Sheriff W. J. 5 It is not easy to find short-termed investments f
t Sallie Parrish, of Lawtey, passed days last week. Mn McLeod returned Mr. J. Morgan and family and Mrs Epperson, of Starke, **- :
r, through here last week. Mrs. Parrish to Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Louis Clemons were in Lake Butler was transacting. business in Lawtey that combine the' reasonable profit *
( Wednesday.Mr.
1 was a former resident of Clay Hill. McLeod remained for several days visit shopping Tuesday.Mrs. .
t .\ She leaves a husband and seven chil- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Jane Tillis has been very ill Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill was and absolute, safety of Time Deposits. .I,

i dren to mourn her loss. Rev. James Langford.Hon. for the past few days, but at this writing transacting business in Lawtey Wed

E s Strickland will preach the funeral service .W. 0. Brooks, of Providence, is some better. nesday. o Time Deposits issued
t at Long Bridge church the second was here on business Tuesday. The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Dock by this Institutiono

Sunday in October. Lewis Monday, leaving a fine girl. RAIFORD. for 3 months and in amounts of $1.00 upwards }
I r Mr. B. L. Lang and family, of the HAMPTON. Mother and child are doing well.

il- ; county site, are visiting his parents, yield 4 per cent interest. :
I I": fro and Mrs. D. Lang, this week. Hoke Smith .

I A number of people of this community Mr. and Mrs. Moody, of Jacksonville LAWTEY.Rev. The many friends of Hoke Smith,
'J.-' : attended the union meeting at have been registered at'the Jr., of Raiford, a son of Mr. and Mrs.S. Our Officers will gladly supply full details :

i. + Black Pond last week. They report a Hampton Hotel for the past week.A W. Smith will be glad to learn that o on Call a
service. party of homeseekers from'Missouri A. T. request. or write to day. ;
, t, good Galloway filled his regu- he has been advanced to the grade ofa
4 Mrs. Sarah Moseley, of Starke, is visited here during the week. lar appointment at the Baldwin M. E. first lieutenant with bright f. o
l visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bun Hayes, of Waldo, has accepteda church, South, last Sunday evening. pects of another advancement soon Jlre to Vfr 1
Ji J. Byrd. position with A. A. Durden, and has Miss Ave Lee Moore visited friendsin the rank of captain. Bank
... Miss Annie Hudson, of Boston, moved to his former residence hereon Lake City several days last week. Hoke is the eldest son of Mr. and Starke

'lt + Mast* is at home with her parents for Church street. Messrs. J. C. Cone and W. H. Edwards Mrs. Smith and was raised from the t
I r' .: I a short vacation.Mr. Mbs Mattie Hayes has returned went on a fishing trip in Put- time he was a small lad in Raiford Starke, Fla. .
1 Bfflie' Starling went Jo Baldwin from Glennville, Ga, where she was nam county last Friday. which is also the scene of his early o 1
I* Sunday t* secure medical aid for the guest of relatives during the pasttwo Mrs. James Hannon came over from education. When he finished school .5
his wife, who has been ill'for nveral weeks. Jacksonville recently and JL'J
I spent sev here in the
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