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 26, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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APPROVED BY PRESIDENT- young woman of about 19 years, is a '
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: The most successful-of any fair ever Tuesday morning the second contin- SCHEME WAS WORKED OUT BY prisoner at police headquarters. Of the men examined last week by WASHINGTON-, Oct. 24.-A torrent 't.: .,
narrative of the
; held in Bradford closed Saturday. We gent of drafted and Accepted men of CONFERENCES HELD WITH i A general shooting the Local Selection Board twentytwofiled I.of Liberty day subscriptions has .

. are not yet able to give the names of Bradford county left for Columbia, S. STATE AUTHORITIES. affair is to the effect that the young no claim for exemption and have swept the Liberty loan nearer its goal !_
f the prize winners, but will do so as 0., to fo into training at Camp .lack- woman entered the garage and advanced been certified to the District Board for by hundreds of millions of dollars. .

. soon as they are available. The following son. They were twenty-two in number to where Tyson: was adjusting the service in the army. They. are as follows How far forward the huge total had : '
from the Times-Union's Lake all men who only need the khaki WASHINGTON, Oct. 25.-A s eep- headlight of an automobile. She is : been carried by this the banner day of \ I

- Butler correspondent, gives a good res, uniform to proclaim them as soldiers, ng change n the machnery of the se- said to have complained about his affection 311-Phillip Philander Nettles, Lulu,, the activities, no one could tell. Indi- 1"'

time of the most salient features of and fine-looking soldiers, too. They lectve draft based on division of the for another girl and recent indifference 582-Luther Gracey Cooper, Starke,,, catious, however, on meager and scat-
the fair: were the same whose names were pub- 9,000,000 remaining registrants into to her. Tyso apparentlyfailed 1028: -James Stewart, Raiford. tering returns, were that it had reached i -, ..

The Bradford County Fair closed I lished in last week's Telegraph, with five classes in order of their eligibilityfor to take what she said in a ser- 590! -Henry L. Stevensrfn, Starke. or passed the $3,000,000,000 mini- j ..,

/ here Saturday night at 12 o'clock af. the following exceptions: military service, has been announced ious manner, and before he turned to' 94 -James Griffis, Raiford. mum, but still lacked approximately ,

' ter five successful days. The fair wa I Noah: Howard, of Lawtey, could not by Provost Marshal Crowder. Details -I face his antagonist; it is said that she,'I 546-Tate Kite,' !arkc.'I 2000000.000 of the maximum- --- honed---.- -- \ .

pronounced by all to be a perfect sue. go on account of injury to his hand of the plan, which has been approved drew a pistol and pulled the trigger. 1154-Stafford L. Crews, Lake Butler. for.This
ress i" everv wav. The exhibits oagricuftural from, a gun shot. 1\Ia.son.Elixson, of bv President Wilson.' are not 'I 511-Calvin Jerrod Crews, Brooker. estimate was made public at
: "products and live stock,I Lake Butler, first on the list of alter-I disclosed.: : It is calculated, however, Lieutenant Cahoon found the woman 157-Alvin Bailey, Lake Butler. 9 o'clock tonight by the treasury de !

, girls' caning club products, boys' corn nates, should have taken his place, but to do away with virtually all the com : prostrate beside the body of the 114-Claud Stacey Addison, Lawtey. partment.

clubs, quilting, knitting, fancy work, he was also disabled by an injury, and plicated machinery of the first draft man. lie at first thought that it had 777-Charley Jackson Powell, Starke. "Indications that Liberty day sub-
etc., were of the best the county could Willie Ray Williams, second alternate, and to make the operations of the local -II been a case of homicide and suicide but 362-Othello Harden, Lulu. scriptions to the second Liberty loan I
produce and those who looked them over went in place of Howard. Grover Lee boards hereafter little more than the young woman showed that she was 931-Bryant Griffis, Raiford. brought the total for the $5,000,000000 ,- "

were surprised at the splendid array Jinkins, of Bell, had been transferredto rubber stamp proceedings.The still unhurt. It is stated that she declared '449-Wm. Francis Cone, Brooker. drive close to $3,000,000,000, but '
the Camp Gordon, Atlanta, and in order plan was worked out at confer- there is no official assurance that this
of different articles, denoting that her grandfather and father 38-Jokn H. Starling, Lawtey. .
to make the full of twen- with local and district board officials mark was passed." '
productiveness of our soil md the en- up quota ence : had both killed people, that herr 742-Eugene Griffis, Starke. _
ergy and progressiveness of our citi- ty-two for Camp Jackson, Lester Rob- and approved by the various state j I'mother and sister had committed suicide 827-James Thomas Moody, Starke. From the farthest corners of the I .' '
zens." The fair association is now busy erts, of Lake Butler, third alternate, authorities. Its chief features are'that 12-12-Henry Cooper, Brooklyn. earth subscriptions. been received, i. ; .
and that it Tier intention to
was it said from citizens in I
arranging fo rthe prizes which will be was chosen. every registered man will know 586-Elijah N. Coleman, Starke. was I I
The business dosed in his and be I so do had she beensure there was a foreign land. A supply of ,
announced in a few days and given places were exact position able to arrange 527-Nathan Elden Baxter, Brooker. every pos-
. out for publication. However, the honor of the occasion. Shortly before his affairs accordingly and thatno cartridge in the pistol. I 89-Randolph Addison, Lawtey. ters sent each American consul stirred ;

writer noted a few of the better exhib- 9) a. m. the men were invited to seatsin man deemed necessary in any important 932-Willie I. Dubose, Raiford. some of them to such enthusiasm that _
its which bore the blue ribbon and automobiles, which our citizens had industry or needed at home to Alonzo Tison Dies of Wounds. I I they responded by sable ,

noted them as follows: parked in front of the court house, and support his family will be called to Jacksonville, Oct. 26-Alonzo Tyson I ., Exemptions. Disallowed.l I i' .r r*,

f J L W. Kickliter and Leonard Moore, the journey to the depot was the first I the colors unless the military situation breathed his last in St. Catherine's exemption claims filed by the following ft'. C. T. U. GIVE SOLDIER BOYS I ',. .
4;. Starke, exhibits of farm products. stage of their journey to France. They is desperate. hospital yesterday morning at five have been disallowed: LUNCH.
Girls' canning clubs, caned corn, to- were followed by a large processionof Detailed regulations to govern the o'clock. 1176-Plinney B. Crews, Lake Butler.
matoes, bottled peppers, etc. people on foot and in cars. At the new system are being made ready for Tyson was the victim of a shooting 1241-Titus Speed, Brooklyn. -

rj. E. W, Miller, honey in jars, bottled depot had already gathered the pupils distribution to local and district board affray that occurred Wednesday fore- 358-James Franklin Gray, Lulu. The ladies of the Woman's Christian .;
syrup and peanuts. I'i of the High School, who had come to members. Gen. Crowder, in a formal noon on West Forsyth street. He was 836--Newton Strickland, Starke. Temperance Union and a number of : ...

:.. F. M. Rivers, smoked hams and bacon see the soldiers off. After roll call by statement, assured them that they will fired upon four times by Edith Owens, 1159-Hezekiah McCloe, New River. their friends gave a delicious hoirte- 1 ;:
. ; also plows and wagon. Deputy Clerk R. A. Weeks, Judge J. 994-Ury M. Gunter, Raiford. cooked lunch to the selected men who I .
. .I: Frank Rivers, wagon and plows. T. Wills addressed the soldiers. In --- 1168-Lawson Foster, New River. left[ on Tuesday morning for Columbia, ;
his earnest way he eloquently statedto I s. C. The lunch consisted of fried 1
Schell etc.
: F. G. pepper plants, I Exemptions Allowed.
them why they had been called to I chicken, ham sandwiches, home-made ,
i) S: S. Proctor, fowls. FOUR YEARS FOR FIVE DOLLARS.The Exemption claims hive been allowed ,
It is difficult to mention each exhibit the country's service and the holinessof as follows cake, jellies, pickles, fruit, nuts, etc. I -
from the fact that the exhibitor in their cause, exhorted them to do Telegraph can use $1,000 advantageously just at : and was daintily packed in boxes, one 'I '.
their duty as good Americans and inspired 407-Joseph Martin, Lake Butler. being handed to each man, by the ladies -
most cases, failed to tag the exhibit this time, and to raise this amount quickly we are going to .
the them to courage and sacrifice. each. The offer dates 769-Lem Goodwine, Starke. of the W. C. T. U. just before the
with his or her name and complete offer 200 four-year subscriptions at $5
I 124-Rufus Courtland Mercer. train arrived. Another feature .
That pleasant ,
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record of the prizes cannot be published thrown could were not from today and will be withdrawn on November 30th, unless Lake BuUer.481Hammond of this thoughtful act was that ,
away be plainly seen in i
until the secretary completes his the subscriptions sooner taken. In other words we do
the shining eyes'of the men, and applause are Lynn, Brooker. each box contained a cheering letter .
., book. upon applause greeted- his not want more than 200 of these subscriptions and just as 895-Everett Gowin, Hampton. bearing the name of the Starke W. C. .. I t1
From a financial standpoint, the Fair speech. soon as they are sold the offer will be withdrawn. If they 744-Henry Canady, Starke. T.U.

was a very gratifying success. The Then came the train and after final are not all sold by November 30th the offer will be with- 979-Willie M. Griffis, Raiford. --_. .. ..i

J.' last three days made an average at- farewells the men entrained and were drawn anyway for the reason that it is made for quick ac 829-James W. Clark, Starke. TO TIMES-UNION SUBSCRIBERS. .
tendance of one thousand per day and 240-Roscoe Johns, Lake Butler.
given rousing cheers
they beganto
as ceptance. '/
Saturday over two thousand people en- '636-Stephen DeSue Jr. Starke. ,
speed on their way. They were followed The offer is only for 4-year subscriptions to one address ,
tered the gates. Next the asso- .
year 326-John Oscar Tison, Guilford.
by hearty well-wishes by all andit Through joint arrangement with '
I and not be divided between two .
ciation will commence in time to secure may or more persons.If 447-Charles Sylvester Kelley,
is hoped they will all return at no the Times-Union the Telegraph will i
the best line of attractions possiblefor you want to make a saving on your/subscription and Brooker. '
distant day, safe and sound and covered hereafter handle the subscriptions in
the amusement of those who at at the time do the service that will be
with glory. same Telegraph a appreciated 76-William McLcod, Lawtey. this county and parts of Alachua for

tend. S let the checks come. 672-Everett Markley Johns, Starke. that paper, with the exception of Lake '\ .
The building for the colored people 1048-Blake B. Kelley, Raiford. "
Butler, where the Times-Union has a. .
was completed just on the eve of the NEW RIVER. BAPTIST ASSOCIA-i 187-Scott Barnum Crawford, Lake resident agent. Mr. J. N. Thornton -, .
opening of the Fair and they did not TION. Butler.
is representing both the Telegraph and
have.. the. .exhibit. they expected.,. It,was. ie. given ample time to familiarize I:a young woman who claims that TySon 52-James Blaine Teston, Lawtey. the Times-Union and will call on the .f
i I nouceaoie, nowever, tnat iney tooK The new River Baptist Association 1 hemselves with these regulations before : had told her he was through with 650-Harvey Green, Starke. subscribers of both papers from time r, ..
pride in the few exhibits they had and ,convened on Wednesday morning, Oct. the machinery provided is called I her. Three of the bullets took effect, 36--Arthur Starling, Lawtey. to time. We will appreciate it if sub-

will make a hearty effort next year. 17th, in the Starke Baptist church. i into use. As the next call: to the colors two entering the head and one the 418-Allison Beilling, Lake Butler. scribers to the Times-Union will handle .
I Taken as a whole the Bradford The introductory. sermon was preached I is to be made under the new plan, shoulder. Attending physicians held 92M-Lacy( Griffis, Raiford. their renewals through us.
County Fair was an immense success by Rev. A? B. Canady at eleven this assurance is taken to indicate that I out but little hope for the wounded 456Sheeley Irvin Fowler, Brooker. This arrangement has no reference .
. this year and the slogan is for a bigger o'clock. The Association organized by I'the: second call is not to be expected man's recovery from the first. 806-Alfred Varnes, Starke. to the subscriptions that are handled .

. : and better fair next year. electing Rev. L. W. Kickliter moderator before the first of the year. The young woman is a prisoner in 526-Reuben Carrie Dyal, Brooker. in any of the towns by delivery boys.

and Mr. J. C. Poppell clerk and The success of the plan depends up- the county jail. She says she has 609-Grover Cleveland Sweat, Starke 1 We.handle only the mail subscriptions.
treasurer: Roll of the church call- the of the 613-Sidney Jackson, Starke.
; GRAHAMITES IN TROUBLE. was on completeness question- known Tyson for two years. Last : -- -
. ed and messengers seated. The regu- aire. The questions to be answered by. week she accompanied him on a tripto I 3it>-LOUIS Alford, Lake Butler. ATTENTION. '#
- lar order of business was taken up and the registered men have been workedout Lake Butler, and while there spend- 948-John Thompson, Raiford.
; Sunday forenoon Mr. and Mrs. E. occupied the afternoon. with infinite care from the vast ing the day she claims Tyson spurnedher I 734-Walter Silcox, Starke. f
", Strickland fund of information gleaned from the for 1072-Charley A. Crawford, Dukes. All bicycle riders must hereafter
who live in the Graham Wednesday evening the local B. Y. another young woman. Returning -
: section, had gone to church After P. U. gave a model program as_ an inspiration first use of the draft machinery. to the-city Miss Owens stated 205-Willie Cloud Wilson, Lake But- have their wheels provided with bells, !
:, their return home, Mr. Strickland to the young people's work. Attorney Will Assist Registrants to that Tyson told her he was going to and after dark with lights. All auto- .
i\ found that in his absence 190 pounds Thursday morning business occupiedthe Answer. leave and go west. She went to the 8(50( -Perry Elkin Johns, Hampton. mobile drivers must have their cars j .
.. 427-Joe Holmes!, Lake Butler. -
of cotton had been stolen from him. time until the eleven o'clock hour Included in the plans of the govern- garage at 625 West Forsyth street, provided with white lights in front a9d
40-Union Robinson Starke.
", He found the tracks of two men and a when Rev. King preached. The after- ment, it is understood is a provision Wednesday where Tyson was employed -' 572-Daniel Monroe Moore, Starke. red lights with in rear. Those who have not
boy leading toward a swamp, and was noon was given to business until three which will place the services of a as an automobile mechanic, and after complied these requirements by
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Angus Bielling Worthington. 1917
, sure that they had been made by the o'clock'at which time Mrs. Peelman, trained attorney at the disposal of every a few words between them the November 1, will be brought be-
t 236--Reuben Glover, Lake Butler. fore the Mayor and fined. .
thieves. of the woman's work for the shooting followed.
secretary registrant to assist him in makinghis
629-Leton Morgan, Starke, SILAS KITE, ,
Mr. Strickland told the occurrence state, gave an address. Thursday even- answers. Tyson was 19 years of age, the son 647-Thomas Allen Underhill, Starke Town Marshal.

to Justice Stewart, and he learned ing Dr. Mahon, of Jacksonyille, gavean The new plan, Jen. Crowder pointsout of J. II. Tyson, of Lawtey, Fla. The 918-Ellery Sapp, Starke.
that Willard Smith, a boy, had been address on education. body of the deceased will be shippedto S
settles the vexing question of con- 533-Addie Jackson, Brooker.
seen around Strickland's premises. Friday morning was devoted to business tinuing the physical examination in Lawtey today by Marcus Conant 151-Milliard Shelton Hall, Lake Miss Ruth Rich, of Jacksonville, was .
I' Smith was communicated with by Mr. until eleven o'clock, at which registrants until all have been classified for burial at that place. Butler. a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez

I Stewart and after some questioning time Rev. F. B. Johns preached. In in this way.Presumably 618-Fred'Jackson, Starke. last Friday.
.e confessed that Percy Jones, Jake Starling the afternoon all unfinished businesswas
it will be necessary to 954-William H. Green, Raiford. -
1. and himself had stolen the cotton. completed and the association adjourned examine the men called under the new CANDIDATE FOR RAILROAD 1071-John Graham Boyd, Worthington. 851-Richard Marvin Moseley, ,
:Jo Mr. Stewart sent word to Sheriff i to meet with the China Grove plan only when called upor if greater COMMISSIONER.Mr. Starke. .
le Epperson about the affair, and the church on Wednesday before the third \ speed can be secured in that way, 758-Eugene Jones, Starke. 778-James R. Tyson, Starke.
.I sherifi'and his deputy, W. W. Baisden, Sunday in October, 1918. I I to examine and classify physically all 816-Leonard Watts, Starke. 105-John L. Gaskins, Starke.
arrested the trio Sunday ni ht. Those from away were lIon. John I,.! members of the class that is under \I I W. R. Canova, of Lake City, was 371-Eugene Douglass, Dukes. 352-Fred Shealley, Lake Butler.
After the arraignment before Judee Wall, A. B. Canady, Dr. Mahon and call. I'I:a visitor to Starke Monday and while --Elias E. Yarborough, Lawtey. 274-Thomas Ulmer Parrish, Lake .
: s Gardiner Monday, Jones and Smith II here told some of his friends and acquaintances Butler.
n M rs. Peelman. A point not made clear in Gen.Crowder's : 1013-W. H. Andrews. Jr., Raiford. .
I I were released bonds to before that he had under consid
968 Otis Thornton
appear I Starke. Raiford.
Next Sunday is orphanage day at statement is how the rota- 640-Dan Thomas,
II the circuit court but is eration the matter of running '
Starling for }
held th<5 Baptist church. There will be an tion numbers of .the drawing to fix the .lil-I 127-Henry Melton Dees, Lake But- 913-Andrew Kite, Raiford.
II in jail, pending investigation of be road commissioner in the primary ler.743 .' 342-Thomas Edward :Moore, Lulu.
church and of to
oTerhg from the Sunday order military liability are
U his alleged desertion from the spring.Ir.. Canova has hid many 934-James C. Yarborough. Raiford.
arTYoo school for the orphanape. Ninety-five applied. It seems, however, that the : -James Orestes Fralick, Starke.
____ _ years of experience in the railroad 241-Thomas Croft Hall, Lake But-
orphans in the !Some in Arcadia are I rotation number of the men in any 976- Jeff H. Dowling, Raiford.
business end believes that he
D GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS. looking to us for help. "He that giv- class will govern the order in which can em- 473-Ury Dudley Johns, Brooker. I ler.
the technical knowledge thus
0 eth to the podT lendeth to the Lord." they come up. In that case each class. ploy 2GO-Thomas Andrews Hendricks, 100-Alex A. Ott, Lawtey.
1 gained to the advantage of the people 1076 John Runyon McNiel) Dukes.
of liability Lake Butler.
would have its order
Let us all do our group own |I I
Mr. II. A. Shaver, of the H. A. Shaver best.W.. G. LAW, based on the master list. ;cf the state. -LeRoy Thomas Osteen, Brook 61-Willie McRight, Lawtey.
I I Company, arrived a few days: ago The result of the new plan undoubt- I Captain Sam Bryan, roadmaster for er. I I 603-Thomas J. Alderman, Starke.
II and is setting his plant up to be in Pastor. edly will be to place in the first classmen the Seaboard Air Line with headquarters : 1197-Nathan Otway Tillis, Graham. 209-Francis Alexander Mann, Lake

U readiness to can sweet potatoes when who are without dependents, and in Starke, has anonunced his intention 1204-Rufus Roy Jones, Graham. Butler. I
o the farmers are ready to put them on CARD OF THANKS. whose civil occupation is not votally j of being a candidate again next Physically Disqualified. 32-Ury Reddish, Sftrke. 2
D the market. important to the nation's work at 'spring rlon. :Max Brown, of Mac 32-Onice Caldwell Bielling, Lulu.
o Mr. Shaver states that he expects home and who are physically best able lenny is also spoken of as a probable Those found to be physically disqualified 762-Dozier Emiel Lundy, Starke.
at the examinations last week
strawberries to be very strongly in We wish to assure our friends of to endure the hardships of war. This candidate. Messrs. Blitch and Burr, follows 41-Edward Rowe, Lawtey.
demand next spring for canning and our deep gratitude for the many kind- will bring forward a majority of the who it is understood will be candidates were as : 48-George Washington Moseley,
preserving. The of canned for re-election have always been 1152-Clayton C. Johns, Lake Butler. L:1wtey.1086Willie .
supply nesses shown us during our time of single men of the entire registration. I
strawberries in the United States was trial and sorrow. We are especially Presumably married men who have strong in Bradford county, so it is evident .101 Brantley Rosier, Raiford. Lee Parrish, Dukes.

exhausted about two months ago ando ratcful to Dr. W. E. )Iiddl ton for his independent incomes also. would be that our citizens will have a long 735-Archibald J. Harris, Starke. 88-LAlbert Moseley, Lawtey. I ':-
Florida is about the first that where the string of favorites to select from 634 Ernest James Benton, Starke. 1074 William Rimes Moran, Worth-
place ; untiring efforts to save the life of our placed in the first class,
n..j "'*" be able to produce berries. loved ---- when it comes. to voting for railroad 393: -Zeb Daniels, Dukes. ington. ir

:30 ;. Mrs.one. R. Sullivan and Family. (Continued on Page 4.) commissioner. 993-Rance J. Andrews, Jr., Raiford. ,I 1038-Owen C. Wingate, Raiford. I ;



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I.Li THEHIGHPRICEOF FOODSTUFFS UP I X0000000000@00000 SUNK BY SUB; 70 LIVES ARE LOST er sea making before was it or running difficult after the high to explosion.save at the the tim Uhf The,:II. i I'

iwr and passengers. Some survivors, cling y ting
of cost to the farmer than today. .L. I to debris, were in the water ui"

r: t So Far Retail Dealers and the "Beet sugar prices are being con- Transport Was Returning to Washington. Survivors are thought hour before they were sighted by tin. .I
to be safe ashore in France, Englandor lifeboats. '
J Growers Have Failed to Dot trolled by the manufacturers upon a I This Country After Trans- Ireland. i!.
fl basis that should reach the retailer at
Their Honest Part. from eight to eight and one-half cents porting Troops to France. The loss of the Antilles marks the What is LAX-FOS.LAX : ,
the local- FIRST. first impairment of a transport serv-
per pound, depending upon
ice that has
operated successfully sinceAmerica's .
confectioners from beet
DEPENDS UPON CONSUMER manufacturers ity. Sugar to is not being restrictedand BOILER AND ENGINE ROOM active entrance into the war A Digestive: ; Liquid Laxative, Catharffe?Jp
(By Rev. James Monroe Downum.) and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara.BarkA '
Since the
unsuccessful the
TO FORCE LOWER PRICES a temporary shortage in the FORCES SUFFER HEAVIEST on Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black:Jtt
of the
Northeastern states gives no warrantyfor "America first!" our cry; convoy first contingent, large Root,May Apple Root.Sel:1a.U\'e3J1d 'p
'I the advances retailers to numbers of troops and vast quantities Combines strength \ '
by over For her we'll stand or die- I Pepsin. 'WithI pdj. 1
.: s' FLOUR SELLING FROM $1.50 TOy nine cents per pound. America! SURVIVORS LAND AT A FRENCH of supplies had been forwarded overseas .,I table aromatic ta te. Does not gripe.50e ;. i

. : $2.00 PER BARREL MORE THAN "The price of the new Cuban, Porto She stands for human rights PORT-ALL PRAISE OFFICERS with complete immunity from the +..

1* '1"" WARRANTED-MARKET MEN Rican and Hawaiian harvest in Decem- Amid the blackened nights AND GUN CREW-SUBMARINE I menace of undersea warfare. The Telegraph-the county pa .. ,
ber will maintain the beet level as soon And all the cankerous blights- Survivors Land at French Port. contains all live State and National'
t. PAID 16c. FOR. MEAT IN JULY as it is available. The beet is one and America! WAS NOT SIGHTED EITHER BE-1 A French Port, Oct. 23.Survivorsof news, as well as doings of the farm

\ : AND SOLD IT FOR 27c; NOW three-quarters cents below August FORE OR AFTER EXPLOSION. the United States transport Antilles and home folks. .

THEY PAY 14je AND SELL IT price and without the concerted actionof No hatred in her heart which was sunk.by a German submarine -
. ; beet manufacturers and the refin- Leads her to bear her part last week while being convoyed on
, ; FOR 31c PER POUND.WASHINGTON ers of cane sugar, prices would now be To serve the world; WASHINGTON, Oct. 20.-The Ger- her homeward trip by American war- H
U-boat has claimed its first victim
f up to fifteen cents owing to the short But love for God and man, man ships, have been landed here by aux-

Administrator supplies during the next few days. To forward Heaven's plan from America's war forces. iliary vessels and are being cared for t
Oct. 25.-Food -
((1. I hours A
r Within 24 after an American
announced recently that, Fats Should Become Lower Priced. We rush into the van by the American consulate. Some of
t J t destroyer had been disabled in an
undersea -
., t' t J subject to co-operation from the farm- "In order to provide equally good With flag unfurled.No attack, a torpedo crashed into the men have been lodged in local ho-

; ers and retailers, the corner has now substitutes for lard and cooking fats, the engine room bulkhead of the home- tels and a few have left for Paris. .R
need foe
been turned in high prices for food. the Food Administration is arrangingfor man be our coming transport, Antilles, and sent The torpedo struck the ship aa

.t e He said retail prices had not comes the import of larger supplies of As to the field we go her to the bottom with the loss of sev- quarter to 7 o'clock Wednesday morn-

,,,"' f J down to conform to wholesale reductions cocoanut, palm, nut and soya bean oils. In God's own name! enty lives. Sixteen soldiers and sev- ing. Many of those on board were HARDWARBW !

.v i '. and that was a matter for public This should also affect the price of For no man's- gold we crave, eral enlisted men of the navy were included killed in their berths and others while
Against no man we rave,
1 sentiment to correct. soap. in the submersible's heavy toll. dressing. The explosion killed the engineers -
; : The Administrator's statement says: "Since the Food Administrationcame But nobler things we'd save, Administration officials were awaiting oilers and mechanics and the w
Nor fame.
r r "The Food Administration consid- into existence on August 20: a ask for with profound interest today am- ''I members of the crew who were in the

that to co-operation from deal of exertion has been ic- bunk lelow.
.. ers subject great We'd walk the higher plification of the meager details cabledto A
' 'J' the farmers and retailers, the corner ; quired to remedy food situations grow- And seek better day way the Navy Department yesterday by All the survivors praise the captainof
f"j has now been turned in high prices ing out of the over export and short a land Vice Admiral Sims. Names of the the Antilles and the members of
[ j and that most of the essential commodities supplies of the 1916 harvest. For every ; the who stuck to their R
r---. t .. 'Tis for this end we fight great majority of the victims are lack- gun crew, (posts
\ should, one after another, begin "Ihere were nc reserve stocks in ing, yesterday's dispatch giving only while the officers searched with field
With all soul and mightTo
r.t" { 1 0 I to show the reductions between piaciically all of the main staphs with win the our day for rightAt those of four naval seamen and three glass for the submarine, until the E

4s now and the end of the year. The wh"i.b to enter the new harvest: year God's command! engineer officers of the transport. waves tlmfd over the hll'.

Food Administration has no control of ',ml} m fact in ome of the principal While the deepest sympathy was When the Antilles sari:, forty or lf-
. : either the or his organizations staples the exports had proceed tosuch
grower expressed today in official circles for
Does not our God approveAs ty men were at the stern. Most of the C. Jones
nor of the great majority of retailers length that there was an absolute those who gallantly their lives
on our way we move gave up men leaped fifty feet or more into the
'I. The foundations have been laid for under-supply of our own necessi-
relief the fact that
... I' 0 regulation of the intermediate trades ties during the past two months. The world's To human sad need? hear the vessel was had general met its over fate while home sea as the stern rose to a perpendicular Starke Florida''
I we wered
cry ; position and some rawn un- ,
and where these regulations have come "On the top of this situation, various ward bound and not on the way over I
Its need to is dear
,, ; into force and the trades are cooperating factors have interfered with the us ; with large numbers of troops aboard. :
Dark frowns do hear-
I, 1 1' finely, considerable results are earlier arrival of the new harvest. The Its good we not meed. ..Had the successful attack.been deliv-

.. l evident in the wholesale prices. farmer, in preparing for a thirty per our ered while the Antilles was on her 'r.

I '" "The current prices at which flour cent increase of winter wheat acreagein trip to France, the loss of life would
I in
t ; is being sold at the mill door in jute the face of the shortage in agricul- guide us our way,
have been appalling. She was struckin 11
I II : I r' bags vary somewhat with the locality tural labor, has prevented the free Our God Even for thine better own day! a vital spot and plunged below so Does This Hit You?

and freight charges on wheat. Toledo marketing of many commodities and
that but few
f swiftly comparatively
Thy led we'd true
F: I : is showing the lowest prices, at $10 in addition to these difficuties there could have survived. .
': per barrel for first patent and $9.70 exists through the country, owing to Thy will we'd gladly do, I
Interest is intense in the the
And in paths now due, manner
.j j 1 L for second patent the highest being the large coal and munitions shipments go
: ;
Before not known. submarine managed to elude the pro You are face to face with the fact that sooneror
+i' I RiiAToln nf *1ft 7A: fnr first nntpnt ,, a considerable car shortage.
u i .11/1 1U.7I* p
''i II for second patent Minneapolisbeing I -- tecting convoy and discharge the torpedo -I later build.
I' $10.70 ; Distribution Faulty. America first for truth, that hurtled directly into the I you'll repair or
I for first patent and $10.46
$10.60 i' "Resulting from these causes there For maid and age and youth! bowels of the vessel. Naval officers are i .
This shows large
for second patent. a has been periods of shortage in first America! of the opinion that the German com- ]

r reduction under August prices. one commodity after another, in one A vision we behold: mander lurked beneath the surface till ;,

I r "The regulations on the distribution locality of the United States after an- A noble age of gold the roving destroyers had passed over- j
of wheat and the manufacture of flour If it's the time
: middle of other, and a large part of the energiesof For thee would fain unfold, head and then waited for the big troop :, I repairspJfYUf XT/vtTris
the Sep
I ; were tember.put into force the Food Administration has been America! ship to come into easy range before ,?;( to make themrvlglll iNOWmost econ. .
I I absorbed in securing a distribution releasing the deadly missile. '

I Retail Price of Flour is Unduly High. and a redistribution of existing sup- RED CROSS MEETING- FRIDAYEVENING. It is inferred from Admiral Sims' report > : omically. If it's a new building, it will certainly
t I "The average retail price on first plies in such a manner as to keep the that the ship went down in a few I I cost no less later on, while the chances
.. patents in 796 cities on October 13 was country generally supplied with food- minutes. This fact, coupled with the .:
$13.77 or from $1.50 to $2 per barrel I stuffs and but for the co-operation of necessity of rescuing survivors, made are, it will cost more.

O i higher than is warranted by the price the railways ;ft meeting first one emergency According to instructions from head- impossible, it is believed, any attemptto I
i being made by the millers. In other situation after another, we quarters members of the local organ- locate the U-boat. I c

words the retail price has not wholly I should have had local famines in one izations Red Cross were invited to the The heaviest loss of life, it is believed I

I responded ,to the reductions made by commodity after another in a great courthouse last Friday evening to reorganize !' was among the engine and fire I .

the millers. many sections. as a county chapter. room crew. Stunned or maimed by the We are prepared to quote you the lowest pos.
"The bean harvest this year is estimated "Furthermore the authority of the The spacious court room was most
explosion that virtually broke the shipin
o I. by the Department of Agriculture Food Administration does not extend appropriately decorated with U. S. two, these men must have had but sible prices from a good assorted stock of Build.
i at approximately 7,000,000 bushels over combinations of growers and pro- flags, Red Cross banners, cut flowers little time to gain access to the deck ing material.
I] j in excess of last year, or nearly, ducers at one end of the chain. Nor and ferns, all of which made a fitting with its chance for life. The absence I'

double last year and promises an i does it extend over the great majorityof background for the band of patriotic of casualties among the army and

I abundant supply. The growers' associations retailers at the other. The distri- workers who gathered there. officers aboard is attributed to
in prominent bean-producing bution chain lying between, that, is, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, chairman pro the fact that their staterooms lay on f

: states are holding beans for from thin the warehouse, wholesale commissionmen tern, presided over the meeting, and the decks from which they could jump I I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY #
teen and one-half to fifteen cents per and manufacturers of prime com- Mr. J. L. Peek acted as secretary. The
to the waters below in hope of being
pound, as against an average price of modities, has required a great deal of Starke Branch American Red Cross picked up. 'The Happy Home Builders'STARKE

eight cents realized by the grower last study and development for its proper gave excellent reports through the sec- 1 FLA
d .year. regulation and these regulations are retary, treasurer, finance, publicityand It is believed that the attack was ,
made well out at since it took two
military relief committees. The sea i
Beef Lower to Wholesalers. now coming into force. days for news of the disaster to reach -..;: ,
membership committee reported 142 ------ --
.. "Beef already shows some tendency To Post Public Against Gouging.To paid up members. Y

toward reduction in wholesale prices, aid the public in dealing with retailers .
far reflected who continue to extort Mrs. Alvarez introduced Miss Ruth IIW
but these have not been so war
the retailer. the Food Administration is Rich, of Jacksonville, who is a noted
: ; in the prices quoted by profits,
The price of beef at the packers' door collecting wholesale prices of all sta- Red Cross worker. Miss Rich spokein

o,.. I'' : is fourteen and one-half cents per ples in 700 cities and soon will begin a charmingly instructive manner regarding -

l pound as compared with sixteen cents publishing them weekly for comparison Cross and the work of the American Red ASTINfi SAVING which? Ii IiOur
t I in the month of July, while the average with the retail figures. particularly as to county organization or
after which the
\'ra; i l' retail prices of round steak in 796 Without further authority from officers and; executive committee following for
j I ; cities is thirty-one cents per pounds Congress, Mr. Hoover said the govern-
t s : I against twenty-seven cents per pound ment is powerless to control retailers the Bradford County Chapter, American .
in those doing business of more Red Cross, were elected: 11
t July. except a
"We have a potato harvest of 59 percent than $100,000 a year. He did not care Chairman, J. E. Futch. entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomesa
Vice Chairman
r i f f fit in excess of last year. The price to discuss the question of whether Secretary, J. L., Dr.Peek.E. T. Campbell. national duty'for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste. !
0, at the loading points varies from $1.50 Congress would be asked to extend his
J i'f i' I" to 80 cents per hundred pounds. The authority, saying he wanted to give Assistant S ecretary, Miss Amelia Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as t

price, which is somewhat higher than the retailers a chance first. Ray.
7 well is almost the in which and
\ Treasurer, N. T. Ritch. wholly dependent upon manner we produce -
at this period last year, is due to a T
S .' t ; tendency on the part of the producer JUDGE WILLS SPOKE AT PATRIOTIC Richard Executive Mrs.Committee, Mrs. H. C. save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and

.''f" to than hold last the year.potatoes* for* higher The aVera prices eJ MEETING.Hon. E. T. Campbell, N., Mrs.D. Wainwright T. N. Limbaugh, Mrs., depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless 11

i I price of potatoes delivered in the mar- Mrs A. V. Long, Mr. J. W. White, Mr. and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities.. i ij1
I kets has closely followed the price Jas. T. Wills, judge of the 8th A. M. Darby, Mr. L. A. Davis.

J which the producer has received, plus judicial circuit, went to Jacksonville The Chairman, Secretary and Treas- !

: .:, the cost of distribution to the mar- yesterday afternoon where he has been urer are ex-officio members of the ex- Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank .1J1
invited to address monster ecutive committee.
kets. a patriotic .
? 1 "The large supply of cars and the demonstration to be held in that city at i: close of business Sept llth 1917.

: large harvest warrants lower prices this afternoon. This meeting is for EVER SALIVATED BY 1:

to\'- early in the fall. the purpose of stimulating the pur- CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! RESOURCES LIABILITIES Ii
"There has been 100 per cent increase chase of Liberty Bonds, and is a part

s in the Manchurian bean crop of a concerted move throughout the Loans and Discounts $197,296.91State Capital Stock paid in 25000.00 0 .
estimated at 2,000,000 nation. Calomel Is Quicksilver and Acts
and it is now
tons. Owing to shipping shortage,, It is confidently believed that bond Like County and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00 -.

practically the only outlet is to the I issue will be overscribed within the Dynamite On Claims and Resources. 9,416.98 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 2,102.59Cashier's I i

( United States, and these beans will next three days, for the people of the Your Liver. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 checks outstanding 669.50
entire country are responding to the
: i\ flow into the American market from
December much below the prices call as one man.-Gainesville Sun, Oct. All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 Deposits 267,568.90 :
,. on Calomel loses you a day! You know
't demanded for American 21st. Over-drafts secured and unsecured 832,52
t now being what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- 1
beans. silver. Calomel is dangerous. It Cash on hand and in Banks 69933.08
ill + "The corn harvest this year is 600- BOB FITZSIMMONS DEAD. crashes into sour bile like dynamite,

-S 000,000 to 700,000,000 bushels over last cramping and sickening you. Calomel TOTAL $305,340.99 TOTAL $305,340.99This
year and will be generally available CHICAGO, ,Oct. 22.Robert Fitz- attacks the bones and should never be
about the end of November. The priceof simmons, former champion heavy put into your system. "*. k
bushel in bank invites you, as a loyal citizen to begin saving If
to $2.30 now.
corn rose per weight pugilist of the world, died at a When you feel bilious, sluggish, con- you
July and now stands at $1.90 per bushel hospital here early today, after an ill stipated and all knocked out and be- are not a depositor, a dollar will open an account for you, and you can deposit -

in Chicago. of five of lieve need dose of
ness days pneumonia.The you a dangerous
Price of Corn and Its at any time in any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly.
F ( Big Drop in former champion became ill last t calomel just remember that your druggist -

Products. Tuesday while appearing in a vaudeville sells for 50 cents a large bottleof

., "New corn is quoted in Chicago at theatre, and his ailment was at Dodson's Liver Tone, which is entirely -

t: .i. $1.13 per bushel for December and in- I first diagnosed as ptomaine poisoning, vegetable and pleasant to take Bradford
dicates nearly a 40 per cent decreasein Later it was discovered that he was, and is a perfect substitute for calomel. County BankBradford I

the price of corn meal when corn is I suffering from double (lobar) pneumonia It is guaranteed to start your liver

z I generally available. I and physicians declared that he without stirring you up inside, andean
vt j "The very large corn supply from ., could not live. His remarkable vitalitysustained not salivate.
I the new harvest together with theo him until Saturday when he Don't take calomel! It makes you County's Financial Stronghold.

o larger supplies of barley, velvet beans, I lapsed into unconsciousness from sick the next day; it loses you a day's

; cotton seed, peanut and soya bean which he did not rally except at rare work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens Starke Florida.

meal, all promise much cheaper price I intervals. you right up and you feel great. ,

r I and hog and poultry feed will enable Give it to the children because it N. T. RITCH, Pre W.T. We k.Vice-Pre.. J. H. RITCH Cashier
J. t the production of beef, poultry and | Tell it to the Telegraph and tell evi it perfectly harmless and does not

I dairy products at much lower levels i erybody. Advertise! gripe- (10-4%) '-



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Those who attended the Fair from suffered from a nervous break- have I
been doing to myself to look so
Iii m I I this section last week were, Clyde Car- MRS. and for nineteen months have much better, and, of course, I tell them ., .
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. michael, Freeda Clark, Willie Red- in wretched health. I had no ap- that Tanlac is responsible. I believeit ".

szsa dish and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Drew I and the little I ate did more is the best medicine ever sold over '*
; Reddish and son, Rufus, and Hugh Al- HAS : than good, and my sleep was a drug store counter. $

Live State News ) varez. poor. I was so weak and felt so "Yes, sir; you are perfectly welcome
Mrs. Richard Griffis that it would %
I Mr. and were sometimes ed to use my statement in the papers,
.. '. visiting in and around Starke the lat me from breakfast until supper I am only too glad to be able to let tho f
ter part of the week. my housework finished, for I people know what this wonderful medicine v
I Told by Our Exchanges.MIAMI. I Messrs. Lum Rosier and Lonzo Ti- have to step every few minutes will do for the sick. I believe j

i son, of Jacksonville, paid this sectiona rest. I was too played out to keep anyone in the shape I was in will find ;C
,visit while attending the Fair at go. I took all kinds of treat- entire relief with Tanlac." ,
.-This city is boasting of at the docks where it was hung up for Lake Butler last week. Was in / but nothing did me any good, Genuine Tanlac is sold in Starke by

having received applications for houses inspection. The prize was a sting ray Miss Mary Stalsby, of Lawtey, is fore Taking I just kept getting worse all the C. P. Cason, and by one druggist in if, ,
the coming season far in advanceof of about eight hundred pounds weight. spending the week with her sister, It seemed like I was losing my every town.-Adv. '
last year. She is elated over the The monster was approximately three Mrs. Ury Reddish.Mr. Off Until She every day, and I lost weight _

prospects for the season. feet long and four feet across and M. D. Carter and daughter, Ma- Living I was almost a living skeleton. r--
with a whip between four and five feet bel, were transacting business in the Iy husband begged me to try Tan- COFFINS CASKETS !
LABELLE.-Between five and six long. This whip was armed with a county seat Tuesday.Mr. and just to please him I bought ')
hundred head of cattle were unloadedat sharp bone-like sting that when ex- and Mrs. J. H. Wainwright are "If you had seen I have just finished up my And a full line of

this place recently. These comprisea tracted was fully five inches long. Thisis the proud parents of a fine girl. taking Tanlac you bottle, and I tell you I wouldn't Undertakers' Supplies '
part of the 1,200 head or more that probably the largest speciment of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bradley made a it was the same five hundred dollars for the good Automobile Hearse.
will be placed on the range of Lee sting ray ever captured on this coast. trip to Lake Butler during the latter i now," said Mrs. done me. It strengthened me The ""
Always hand. best
on service -
of last week. one of the best
part right from the start, gave me a
county. BARTOW. conversation with Mrs. Geo. Wainwright and Mr. Rho- Ensley, Ala., in appetite, and everything I eat at the lowest prices. Special

one of the employes revealed some in- den, of Lawtey, made a pleasure tripto able results she with me perfectly. I sleep fine. attention to telegraph orders.
TAIPA.-Ed Burns, of Crystal Macclenny Sunday morning. use of Tanlac, the I have said I have
already gained
teresting facts in regard to a most *
Springs shot and killed a pure white commendable work being carried on by Mr. Truby Wainwright and mother- complishing such pounds, and I believe I am Registered Embalmer '4

;. squirrel in the Hillsborough river hammock the Phosphate Mining Company, in ad- in-law, Mrs. Nancy Britt, attended the the South. happiest woman in town, and I
y. Saturday. It was about the size dition to their extensive phosphate funeral of the late Geo. Britt, deceased "Just think of I have a right to be. I feel 1 DeWITT C. JONES .
of a small gray squirrel. The fur is This at Macclenny Sunday. Hamilton, "I fine in Starke Fla.
operations. company is utilizing I every way. ,
; white but the animal is not
an since I
pure and skin the their lands, on which they have not Mr. Truby Wainwright is making pounds Iy friends are asking me what I I' .
its being
; albino, eyes cine, and I have
to Three cheers for
: yet started mining, for the productionof ready grind cane. -
.\ of ordinary squirrel.
color tles.
-- --- ---- -
'J food. A considerable area is planted Mr] Wain\\Tight-and let's have a can- I ]
} in truck of various kinds and on dy pulling. .

1 f' LIVE OAK.-J. J. Smith, colored, other lands a large amount of feed is ----.-- LONG '
1 who gave McElroy, Ala., as his home,,, raised for livestock, the production of
" was apprehended by the sheriff Tues. which is carried in scientific MILLER. personally."I T '
I on a man- Weaver Co. i.
Mrs. We T.
day and lodged in the county jail, un ner. Good Florida cattle are selected Drug ,
ill but
we are
of labor out of f
der a charge i for crossing with pure bred bulls. The The Bradford County Fair for 1917 is improving.The .
arrested he had"
the state. recuited" 1
pasturing of these cattle is being managed has passed into history as the greatest Long
ten laborers from about; the most modern lines. .}
event in the history of the county. The well
Dowling Park, where he had been al t Pure bred hogs also being raisedin represented
are people surely are beginning to realize last and
work for several days. considerable numbers. Besides this that such events are for the upbuildingof Mrs.Friday E. N. The 1 Store f.

work each employe is encouraged to the community.Prof. of Jacksonville,
PALM BEACH.-The West Pain raise food for his own table. Plots of W. B. Feagle, of Fort White, ter, Mrs. Ira .
Beach Fishery will have more than 15C about an acre are assigned to any who visited in our community Saturday and Miss Blanche

.men with boats bringing in fish this will plant them. Sunday.M. attend the Fair

\, winter. The outfitting of these mer I W. Douglass, of Ellisville, Co- of a severe case Raiford Fla. 1t 1

with nets and boats is a large undertaking JACKSONVILLE.-Walter B. Ar- lumbia County, attended church here Miss Lena ,
and speaks well for this con. \ Sunday.Rev. afternoon "
: nold died at St. Luke's hospital'early day
cern. This enterprising company ha;, Woodward filled his regular appointment had several
i, Wednesday night as a result of swallowing spent
established two branch stores at Jack at the Freewill church on
ter Mrs. M. M.
strychnine, said to have been The House of I
sonville. with suicidal intert. He was under Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jasper '
Elder Cottrell at the PURE DRUGS. 1
bail of $300 to appear in a justice preached ing, we are glad I 12
PERRY.-Mr. Boll Weevil did no t court to answer charges of alleged as- church of Christ Sunday.Mr. The home of COURTEOUS TREATMENT. '
and Mrs. H. S. Miller attended i
. captureall the cotton in Taylor coup- sault and battery upon his wife. ArE the scene of a LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES.'f
ty judging by the numerous loads o I nold was arrested about ten days age church at Worthington Sunday. night, when Mr. -,
" stuff that the street t Pasco Douglass, of Ellisville, was Marion Richard ;
the fleecy were on !on a warrant sworn by his wife, charging ,
Saturday and during the week. Bu d' desertion and non-support. HE., here at church Sunday. riage. Rev.
and Olson Thomas went to
Parker raised a little over 8000 pound:s :,was released on bail. He was rearI ceremony. The
on his place east of town and declare I rested Wednesday morning on another, Valdosta Wednesday to attend the Tri- gratulations of

he made enough above expenses to ge t t I warrant secured by his wife, charging,. State Fair. Miss Leona :\ .
him a new pair of shoes, even if thi e I,with assault and battery the preced H. S. Miller and N. H. Stokes were parents, Mr. and /
*' weevil did play havoc with his crop. I ing night when she alleged he came tc, in Starke on business one day last pus icpaniBg } Weaver Drug Co.
S- I her home on Laura street and choked I Sunday.The .
J. R. McLeod made a business trip ,
stork :
PENSACOLA.-Barnum & Bailey and bit her after discussion as to hi
.' having certain effects in the house. Se to Baldwin one day last week. and Mrs. Obey POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
1 as "The Greatest Show on Earth, fak .
T. H. Waters and family spent the
i the 14th inst
curing bail on this charge, he is sai and
ed thousands of people last night whei:! week-end in Lake Butler attending the
they gave about a forty minute per_ to have gone to a downtown drugstore o Fair. Raiford Florida. ;

formance that was not worth mor e and secured strychnine. Stepping int : Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Brooks, of Providence Your order for !
than a ten cent admission. There wa:3 a cigar stand next door, it is said, hE t attended church here Sunday.II. the same careful I
no top to the canvas, only a few light:3 swallowed the drug and told of his acl C. Peeples visited his daughter. mail as if given ,

gave the people a partial sight of ;:iI.to a friend, who rushed him to a physician's -,. Mrs. Marion Sullivan, of Theressa, the j jI I
office from where he jI
was removed
weird performance and many who en first- of- the- week.Uncle .
tered failed to even get a chance t,o later to a hospital.HEILBRONN.. Billy Colson, of Trenton, is I -

I -see--MILTON.this.. Once more Santa Rosa -.-----. visiting community.Cotton relatives picking and will friends soon be in over this .- .- - '" :I ..=

county's jail doors swung wide open a here. It is important for us to de- .
People of this section have no needto the old stalks immediately if we
. : few days ago, there being no prisoners \1
to necessitate their being closed. complain as health is just fine at expect to succeed in making a crop

However, desirable as this condition. this writing. next year. j I
;:;& '
This week's picking will clear the Miller school will for the winter !
is, it did not last long, as a negro insisted open The
cotton fields for this in this sec- Telegraph'sGreat a
I on cashing the same cReck a season ; term on November the 5th. Ev-
tion. Now let all in
: second time, and was rounded up by us co-operate a ery patron is urgently requested to be
{Si!.w the vigilant sheriff and placed in con- fight against the boll weevil, prepara- at the school house on that date and 1
:..- finement.- However as ho was soon tory to a good crop next season. see that every child of school age is ,
' sentenced and taken out to the stock- Mr. John Parmenter, who has been present on opening day.GUILFORD.. :

in ade, the Hotel de Harvell is still with- seriously ill, is able to be out again.It .- Premium Offer ? :
r: out boarders. is with much regret that we note
: .
rt-!:, Mr. Levy Sweat, one of our most .
I prominent citizens, has sold his belongings -

" JACKSONVILLE. The Florida and is arranging to make A large crowd from here attendedthe
State Fair and Exposition will be held Jacksonville his future home.
Fair at Lake Butler last week.
I 'here from February 26 to March 9th, Miss Viola Raulerson motored to chil-
wife and
Mr. J. E. Douglass, A FINE MAP OF EUROPE
according to recent announcement by Starke Monday morning on business. dren, motored over to Worthington on ;
if) officials of the exposition movement. Mr. Oren Reddish, who has been last Sunday.
. Ninety-five acres of land have been do- visiting in the "wild woods," has returned schoolat
Prof. J.1.. Groover opened
nated for the fair and will be taken home. i
this place last Tuesday.Mr.
up by mammoth buildings which are By a transaction made last week, Leon Chancey and wife attended In these stirring times when our country is prepar-
*: Y) to house the exhibits of Florida's resources Mr. John Forsyth, of Lawtey, became Guilford '
Sunday school at the ing to send two million of our young men to the battle-
and possibilities. There will the proprietor of that part of the W. .
be special amusement features but no E. Davis plantation famHiarly knownas school house Sunday afternoon.Mr. and two fields of Europe everyone is interested in the geographyof i
J. E. Douglass sons,
racing it has been rumored. "Fort Lonsome" plantation. I
.0' as Spe- Roy and Raleigh, made a business tripto that continent.
cial attention will be the Mr. who moved last
paid to livei' Forsyth, away
Lake City Saturday. When we read that the Allies have captured this
stpck and agricultural exhibits. year, will no doubt be glad to reoccu- of Guilford
Miss Effie Douglass was
py his former posessions and his many Neta and or that point or that the Germans have driven the Rus-
the guest; of Miss Nettie,
i MIAMI.-A stranger in this city re- friends are more than pleased to learn Minnie Dukes, near Dukes, Sunday.Mr. sians further back from the Russian frontier we instinctively k ;

' ..t Gently called attention to the cruel that Mr.he W.is soon H. Johnson to do so.went to Lake Math L. Mann left Monday for wish for a map to see just the location of the t
I treatment accorded a dog at the beachfi the training camps at South Carolina.We .
Butler last week and tried his luck as points we have been reading about.
one day last week. Some man, who are sorry to report that Mrs. S.
I had a grievance against the dog, poured a trader, buying a fine mule. A. Strickland is still on the sick list. The Telegraph has made arrangements to supplythe '

'n. turpentine on the animal, which Mr. Fisher Gaskins is time making all ready Mr. C. C. McCall motored over to popular demand for a good map of Europe at a very
I. caused it the greatest suffering. Thee for grinding cane, a we are Lake City Friday, where his childrenare
. <. dog rushed back and forth along the pleased to see. attending school.! low price. We have contracted with a publishing house

+ beach in its'agony, plunging into the Mrs. Rossie Reddish has returned Rev. Eubanks will preach at sermonat for a large number of handsome three-page charts, con- ,

C 4: sea and back again, finally having to I home her after,a Mr.stay and of a Mrs.few weeks J. S. with Ros- the Guilford school house the sec- taining a map of Europe 28x36 inches. Besides this +
I, be shot. "If this human monster who parents ond Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
f caused such suffering to a dumb ani ier.Prof. Everybody invited to attend. fine map of Europe there is a map of Florida, the latest .
mal has been L. A. Davis made a trip to Guilfordare published of the United States and '
not punished, some steps The people in and around a map possessions,
th-: should be taken to prevent the repetition Starke Tuesday. We believe he had. busy gathering corn. and a map of the world. .
( of such cruelty." said the stran something special for the Telegraph.Our Everybody remember Sunday schoolat fIn
ger. association convenes Friday. the Guilford school house Sunday addition to being of special interest at this time .
Let's all attend and assist in th raise ,
and thanksgiving to God for \ail p His afternoon at 2:30. the chart will prove a great help to school children and \

r ST. AUGUSTINE.-Earl Delespin,, eoodness, kindness and preservatiointhat a copy of it should be in every home where there is a j

a cidentally twelve year shot old and nerrro killed boy at Colee, was late ac, the He has exercised. over us during CLAY HILL. child attending school. The chart is handsomely printed \

Thursday afternoon. With two companions past year.Remember, that we don't have an and would be an ornament in any home. 1

he was in a small boat and opportunity to associate with each oth- Little! Misses Elma and Lois Lang, A copy of the Chart and a year's subscription to .
; .fvidently they had been hunting, a> in association but of Starke, visited our school :Monday. I
er a the will be for The offer is
the boy had a shotgun/ in the boat. The, once each year. Therefore" we cane Rev. Jas. Strickland made a business Telegraph given $2. open to I

other boys say that Earl picked up pot permit ourselves to miss this great trip to Jacksonville last :Monday. old as well as new>! subscribers, but the subscriber must '

pun and tried to scratch his head wit I blessing.Mr. Nearly all of the Clay Hill people pay up arrearages and one year in advance. i
the muzzle and while he was thus engaged attended the missionary Baptist association -
: and Mrs. Adam Greene were
Orders sent by mail will have prompt attention and i ,
the gun was discharged blowing visiting friends and relatives in this: at Maxville, Friday, Saturday '
off the top of his head. His tw, section Sunday. and Sunday. the Chart will be mailed to you postage prepaid. I

companions, age 10 and 7 years, wen Mrs. Reddish and son, Willie, were Mrs. Billie Starling is rapidly improving Address all remittances to I :
terrified at the accident, and the l r shopping in Raiford Monday.Mr. after a severe case of pneu- .

fright was intensified by the wounding : Schellie Rosier paid a visit to I monia. '
of the ten-year old boy, a number oj: this section Thursday afternoon, en- :Mrs. B. L. Lang and children and Bradford .
the shots lodging in his shoulder anc route from the Fair. Miss Alice Prescott! of Starke are County Telegraph
one in his head. Mr. Drew Reddish motored to the visiting Mrs. D. Lang, of Clay Hill.!

county seat Monday to attend to bus Honor Roll.
FT. LAUDERDALE.-Capt. T. H. iness transactions. Primer-Leonard Strickland.
Numan is the champion fisherman o f: As we have learned that last Fri- First Grade-Alonzo Haymans. Starke Florida.

the Florida coast. He never makes a dal was enrollment day for the preservation Third Grade Maude Wilkinson, Ef- ,
trip out on the briny deep that he doe s: of the food supply by the government fie Starling and Eliza Strickland.

not bring back a boat load of fish. let us unite in effort to preserve Fourth Grade-Clara Trescott. JI40
Catching fish is the Captain's favorit e and protect the foodstuffs of our -
sport and he usually brings in fron country. Even the little onss may as To Cure a Cold in One Day.
one hundred to five hundred pounds o f sist. Not only should we practice economy Take LAXATIVR DRO Quinine. It stops the
Kings. Last Friday he made a catch but give our efforts extension i in Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.DmsiisM .
rt!- a tronry if it fails to cure.
that excited a great deal of curiosit::y I the production of foods. E. w. GKOIt !.iT'..lllre ca each MX. 30c.



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to account/our miscellaneous popula- members. A recruiting team of thirty in Jacksonville the first part of the (COMPLICATED DRAFT MACHINERY proceedings La.c een greatly .' }

r Bradford County Telegraph tion, every person, in the light of re- two members was organized and are week visiting her husband, who is em- ', TO BE ELIMINATED simplifled. J.

rent events, can se what would have actively at work. ployed at the Merrill & Stevens ship -,--", "The tedious work of the

f+ been the outcome. The nation's thanks The annual election of officers was I (Continued Frora Page 1.) board has been practically eliminaS! '
Published and entered see. yard.Messrs.
Weekly, as are due Secretary Lansing and his efficient held at this meeting and the followingwere R. B. Jackson and H. C. by the production of a form to

1-1 i and class matter at the post-office at corps of secret service men for elected: Peace were transac ng business in 'support of the dependents in their ab- known as number one thousand which U .

Starke Florida. unearthing many sinister plots againstour Consul Commander, A. J. Nimmo. Jacksonville last Th ?sday. !i i sence was assured. x will be the foundation stone of the new -

II country, and we are confident they Adviser Lieutenant, Rev. John Mul- Mrs. A. R. Adkinson returned here i, The new plan will afford, also, a system. Through its use all the laborious a

I last Friday from Atlanta, Ga., where ]better opportunity to conserving skilled work of making
Editor and OwnerH. the outwit
E. MATTHEWS, will in the future, as in past, lady.BankerB. JOstinr
Ha"nes.Clerk the body of her late husband was in- labor. Where men needed in the lists has been eliminated. All of
the German propagandists, no theV 1
E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor matter how well their plans are laid. A. A. Futch. terred a few Jays ago.
Watchman, S. P. Gufford. Mr. Ernest Wells, with a party of (eligible for front line service, a means !, made unnecessaryand \y the arrant '

GUARD AGAINST EXTORTION. Sentinel, P. J. Pearce. friends, took in the Bradford County' j;is provided for holding them back from ,v ments of its columns the work of

\' The new editor of "Health Notes" is Managers, A. A. McDonald, P. B. Fair at Lake Butler last Friday even- : the army under a definite centralized II I local boards will be reduced to a minI-the -

in possession of a quality very rare Hunt and M. Z. Sullivan. ing. j, plan. I mum.

Food Administrator Hoover has among editors-a sense of humor. But Escort, W. C. Hunt. I,I, Mr. James Gill stopped over a few Text of Announcement. I "On this new form the complete ..
been busy man ever since he then he hasn't had his disposition sour- I history
a very Past Consul Commander, W. L. hours the first part of last week to visit Crowder's of each man's case will }
: assumed his position, and he has made ed in vain delinquent sub- Following: is the text of Gen. appear it ;
I by dunning '
, his sister Mrs. II. C. Peace and glance
Bugg. ;| | ginning with his
Herculean announcement: I'ja order
', (i': his work count.he After has at some last arrived- scribers and worrying about payment L. D. Brown and family request an family. Mr. Gill was enroute from I j j'' "With the completion of the draft !! umber and ending-with his induction ..
exertions bills. He inspirationsfor '
of paper gets expression of thanks to their Hamlet, N. C., to the home of his' into a military while
many j camp at the '.
of the first of 687,000 men a new close
i at the point where he is able to an- jokes by rattling the dry bones of army
r. friends for the kindness shown to them mother in Anthony. II I !i jof each day's work the local '
for the
that "the has been turn- medica and in the current system will be installed crea- board 1s
;; nounce corner the materia .
during the recent illness of three mem- I Messrs. Charles and John Carter, of enabled to complete in few
armies which will a
: food and that most is succeeding minutes
ed in high prices, issue of Health Notes the hookworm
: commodities should bers of the family. They express a desire -. Starke, were guests last Sunday of greatly lessen the labors of the local with a rubber stamp that has hitherto _'_'x
.r;. .i of the essential the butt for his sallies to an extent "
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz. taken
to reciprocate in possi- > hours to
any way complete. The
has this
and district boards. So far
: show reduction between of ] system
breath out
: continue to that would take the ser- '
ble. Messrs. T. A. Loadholtz and E. E. is such that it will
, now and the end of the year." But I ious medicos.. He, even drops into poet- Burney visited Jacksonville last Sun- been accomplished that it is believed i'almost present each case
u that the 80 cent to the
this pertains only to the wholesale ry. Hear what he says: day afternoon. under new system per board. local
I-I GRAHAM. | of the work will be eliminated while
trade. The government is powerless Once there bookworm, V
t business of was a ______. James Lowery was a visitor; to Jacksonville the forms to be used as compared with I! "The completion of the new system
control retailers doing hookworm
k i- to a Said unto his : the first of the week. I :
"" e Thereforethis Miss Mabel Byrd, attractive daughter part I approximately 182 forms which the will solve problems which have con.
less than "What do sinner?
$100,000 a ,
j year. you you Mrs. M. Davis returned to her home I j fronted the
class of merchants, as a rule, take Then the naughty hookworm, of Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Byrd, spent in last present system requires. provost marshal general
Bryceville Sunday after spending and caused him
much .
advantage of the situation and still Made answer to the hookworm: last week in Lake Butler attending the some time at the home of her son, "Along with the reduction of labor j concern. :.

charge "all the traffic can bear," as i "I'm eatin' of my dinner." Bradford County Fair. Mr. !N. D. Davis, who lives about there will be provided a system which "One of the most serious of these -*
the Mr. Seth Roberts, of Lake Butler, 31| has been' keeping together the
they have in many instances publicat miles west of will classify each one of the nine mil- : great
Lawtey. j 1 ;
their mercy. As an example, flour, The Genius of Farce, who formerlyheld visited relatives here Sunday.Dr. A daughter was born to Mr. and ,, lions of men who have not jet been organization of the local and district

which should now retail at a profit for high court in Starke, seems to W. II. Thomas, Mrs. W. II. Tho- Mrs. J. C. Cone last Saturday morning. inducted into military service, and boards which from a numerical viewpoint ,

barrel still costs from $12 ot $14 mas and Mrs. C. B. Roberts were visi- each will have been given his is of the strength of an ,
I. $10 a have deserted us for St. Petersburg, Mr. C. Y. Mayo, of Pollard, Ala., | man army '
, a barrel, and other staples in propor- to judge from the many incongruousevents tors to Gainesville Thursday of last was a guest last week at the home of place in the national scheme of de- division been ; many of these officials have 5'

taking place there. The latest week. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore in East fense. I clamoring for relief on account '-... ,.
tion.To Mrs. W. I. Jones, of Hastings, mo- Iof the drain their time
ameliorate this deplorable state on and the :'
according to the Times, was a rumor Lawtey. II | "To do this it has been determinedto new \J
I' tored out and spent Sunday here with system will make it easily
of affairs and protect the consumers possible for 1
that a German spy sent wireless mes- Mr. E. L. Crews was transacting obtain from each man complete information -
her Mr. and Mrs. Ceo Stone. thnm. to continue their
from extortion, Mr. Hoover is now for which "
sages nightly from the top of a certain I business in Jacksonville last Satur of a character which will
in Miss Mae McKinney, one of the they have themselves :
the wholesale prices ruling proven eminently )
of it -
i' house. There could be no doubt day. : definitely fix his economic worth as
teachers in the local school visited I fitted.
" 700 cities and will soon begin to publish -the flashes could be plainly seen. The Mr. and :\Ir.;. II. B. Bennett.and children compared with his fellow registrant,

"1 ( and distribute them weekly, for zealous police investigated the mat- relatives in Lake Butler during the were visitors tb Starke last Sun- and from the information thus obtained "Another problem solved was the ,

I the benefit of consumers, who can then ter and found-a weather vane havinga weekend.Mr. day. Mrs. Bennett's mother, :Mrs. Jo- !; to place him in one of five clashes question of expediency of continuing "
H. T. Price, of this attended the examination of the
place i
with what they er.tirc
, compare these prices piece of mirror inserted. When the sephine Sapp, accompanied them back ; each to be called in turn as the need registry, ;
have to their retailers, and thus to business in Jacksonville dur- thus fixing each man's status. This
i ,
) pay wind turned the vane the electric horns, where she will spend some time. i arises
make estimate of how much they ing the past week. would han involved a medical examination J1
an lights of the neighborhood were reflected Henry Hicks, N. T. Peeples, A. L. i| "The method of obtaining: this infor- :
are overcharged, if the difference is Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds, the ofl.h man, whose physical
by the mirror. Foiled again, i!i Bradley 'and B. L. Blanchard sr'nt''I '
will begin Misses Clare and Anna Price attendedthe mation is through a 'questionaire, a condition might change from
.I glaring.: The wise merchants day to
heck! Sunday with their families here.
by Fair Friday. They motored over 'I They I series of questions! calculated t6 pro- day, thus making this
1 to reduce their prices to.. a reasonable Uncle''Igam's great undertaking -
are employed as carpenters on duce the information required. This
in the new Ford car of Mr. Rey- I : valueless.
level at once.
HAM PTO! officers training camp at Black document will be mailed to _
i It is said that some retailers take nolds. Point. i every reg- "Again under the oM system of ex. _

advantage of the special war tax on Rev. W. McGuire, of Palatka, fill- [ i i'trant not yet in service, on a day to emption and discharge it would have .
I- :Mrs. Frank of Starke
ed his regular appointment the Colley, was | le fixed, seven days being given to been the
; : certain commodities for their enrich- Miss Pearl Cook left Saturday for at the of friends in I necessaryif national need required .
guest Lawtey one day
t ment. For instance, the war tax on her home in Chattanooga, Tenn., after Christian church here Sunday morning last week. each registrant bo complete and return it to send for the exempted man

is cents with relatives and and evening.The j the same. Every opportunity will be to return for physical
chewing tobacco 2Vz per spending a week re-examination, }
Mr. Neal D. Davis visited relatives
I pound. If a quarter-pound plug is divided friends here.J. newly organized First Baptist | offered to each man to complete his while in the meantime his industrialor
in Baldwin last
I o into five pieces, the buyer of J. Sanders has moved .with his church of this place has=, decided to Mrs. C. J. Teare Sunday.left Tuesday of 1 i qnc&tionaire" !; fully! and without error. family status might have been

each piece is charged one cent war tax, family to Ocala, where he has accepteda build h place of worship. Accordingly: week for her former home in Chicago)Jast, I "The local boards will then examine changed, thus involving endless ap- :

I amounting to 20 cents per pound, an position with the Seaboard freight plans are being rapidly carried out. III. Mrs. Teare recently sold her placein I each questionaire and assign each registrant peals and confusion.

! '. illegal profit of 17% "cents. In how office. The site for the church has been donated to one of five classes. Takes Men Easiest Spared. "
East Lawtey to a :Mr. Clark: of Chi-
: many other ways buyers are taken ad- Mr. Kaderly, general superintendent by Mr. C. B. Roberts. The com- for $4,000. "These classes will be based upon "The Jlew system fixes man's class
cago a
vantage of, they stand as yet i in ignor- of the G. S. & F. railway and mittee having the matter in hand is Mr. James Shepard was transacting every conceivable condition, from the and calls him in his proper turn when

ance, but the publicity campaign, Vice President Munsan were visitors composed of Messrs. W. P. Birt, D. J. business in Jacksonville last Saturday family or occupational standpoint, that ho is needed. lIe will be examined

which will soon be inaugurated, will here Tuesday.J. Byrd, A. C. Crews, D. Hilliard, and L. evening. should property be advanced by a man physically only when needed. Thus ,

them wise' 'in this Prevatt. The organization has been desiring be excused froth military
I tend to "put re- McLeon, of Ocala, has acceptedthe Blaine Teston and family moved to the labors of the medical officers will '<
using the Christian church and the Class will be exhausted if
spect. position of operator at the union ] duty. one ,
Jacksonville last week, where Mr. Tes be called fo ronly when required. If :
While we follow the patriotic adviceto depot here, and has moved his familyto committee, in behalf of the church, the nation's needs are such as to makeit .'<-
ton has secured employment.Mr. the nation needs a half million of men
food it is likewise to wishes to publicly thank the membersof class two will follow and f
save our duty the E. II. Jones residence near the necessary,
J. Q. Futch spent several daysin they will respond, each in his turn fixed -
save our money, and to this end we depot. that church for the privilege. thus each man registered will ultimately .I
Jacksonville last week. by his class.
should guard against extortions= in The revival services at the Methodist There will be a box supper and entertainment take his place if r.poded. -t
I Mr. Noah Howard had the misfortune "The man who can least be spared
I I whatever guise they ppear, and reason church are being well attended, given at the Graham to shoot his fingers off from one i, Proceedings Are Simplified. either as the head of a family or the .
for ourselves rather than b3: sat- Christian church on Friday nightT November -
and thoroughly appreciated
: of his hands last Saturday. Mr. Howard I i "Every opportunity for appeal from head of a business necessary to the defense ,
isfied with slick arguments cut and The of the Branch 9th, for the benefit of the
: meeting Hampton was to have left for the trainingcamp has been retained and perfected, but of the nation will be the last to
II" dried to bamboozle buyers with. Let American Red Cross met at the Masonic Christian church. Everybody is invited ,
I Tuesday of this week. such classification by the local board BO.
us buv- goods wherever thev are soldthe hall Sunday evening and was' I to attend. ,L i

cheapest, no:matter where: it hap well attended. Rev. John Mullady acted : Mr. F. M. Bevill and Mr. Clarence j = -

. pens to be. I II as chairman and was the principal Brown, of Atlanta, Ga., motored over ]
speaker of the occasion. to Lake Butler last Saturday and took

'- TilE COUNTY FAIR 4- Levy Johns left Monday for Starke, in the Fair.

where he entrained for the military W. G. Seals and wife, of Hampton,

training at Columbia S. C. witha attended services here last Sunday.Dr. I
The Bradford County Fair, held last camp FIRST CARLOAD OF THE SEASON
I number of the selected men. Levy Brown, of Hastings, state organizer -
week at Lake Butler, exceeded its for-
has a host of friends here, whose best of the Farmers' Union, was here j
mer proportions to such an extent asI'
wishes go with him. last Saturday night and organized a
to become of state-wide importance. I
. The ladies of the Hampton Christian branch union with twelve members,
Bradford did herself at
county proud
church will have a bazaar at the Ma- C. M. McKinney as president and W. .
the Fair, for of all the multitudinous .
sonic Hall, Hampton, Saturday, Nov. J. Jones, vice president, F. T. Aber- .
for exhibits .
. I. departments open not one 24th. The co-operation of everyone is nathy, secretary and treasurer. ..
was left unfilled. It was of much edu- !
cordially invited. 9-28-2t. Mrs. J. J. Byrd, of this place, is visiting -
cational value to the farmers who had
:Miss Annie'Triest, of Theressa, and relatives at Tampa this week. .
to what could be
it an opportunity see
;. Capt. E. L. Murphy, of the Volunteersof The farmers are preparing to grind
done in their line, as well as the many I
America, were quietly married at cane and then comes the potato dig-
modern for the soil
implements tilling
the home of Rev. John Mullady Mon- ging and hog killing time.LAWTEY. .
: and harvesting the crops. Among the
I day evening. .
most important exhibits were those
Mrs. McNealy of Jacksonville is
made by the good housewives and their .
the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. S.
daughters, consisting of canned vege- Buse.J. .

tables, jams and jellies. Mr. Ed.
preserves H. Pratt of Jacksonville district Galloway returned here Sat-
This phase of woman's work has taken ,
urday, after spending several days on
manager of the W. 0. W., was a pleas-
. wonderful strides during the pastS the East Coast and f
' ant business visitor hers Monday. I will spend a few
* two years, has save thousands of dol- Many of citizens here attendedthe more days with his parents, Rev. and

lars worth of food that would have our Mrs. A. T. Galloway.Mr. .
I funeral services of Mr. R. Sullivanat "

otherwise gone to waste and allowed Theressa, Wednesday afternoon. J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was +t .. .
families to live well with t
many very transacting business in Lawtey last
deceased until
was recently a res-
little expenditure.
ident of this place and who Wednesday. 'I
t' The Fair received such a boost this knew him was his friend.everyone His activityin Mj-s. W. A. Colley, of Starke, visit-

: year that next year the exhibits will the ed relatives in Lawtey one day last j
prayer meeting,work here was wrr .a:
, be doubled or trebled and will be view- week. I
highly appreciated and will be sadly 1
ed by people from near and far, and missed. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and lit- ...

i the management will probably have to tle son, and Miss Jeannette Bennett I 1i
W. 0. W. Elects Officers.
look for more extensive grounds. attended the Bradford County Fair at I i

I Meanwhile every farmer should prepare -] Hampton Camp No. 103, W. 0. W., Lake Butler last Thursday.Mr. ___
/1r held an important business meeting on I 't1 c iu
to produce something for the next Elzie Loadholtz?of Lake Butler ,

Fair. Many of our farmers are too Monday evening at the Masonic hall. visited relatives in Lawtey the first &

r modest to put their products.on exhi- A. A. Futch was elected lodge deputy part of last week. '

bition, otherwise-though the exhibits and a dispensation was granted him Elder II. V. Skipper, of Bishopville, I r .

at the Fair were excellent-we might for a sixty days' campaign for new S. C., was the guest last week of his ) : ; 'V ;

have seen some still better ones. daughter, Mrs. E. E. Burney. I .
I Piles Cured lr\! e to 14 Days ."L_ ..._ .. .. nH T I,
! W 'lc :;n;. r.. r.. liurney, Gus LOa !I. Voc druggist: will refund money If TA7O
AT LAST TilE REASON FOR THE OINTMENT ails to err anvcase of Itcnmg. holtz and Dave Reddish attended the

n I WAR-AUTHENTIC. The Blind first application/:otProt-udmclilcs eaves Ease and in 6 Rest.to Hen SOr Fair at Lake Butler last Thursday afI.I'I i ? 4yy h i i 1
f V '
S 1 V
t ternoon. ; .el! f .,

: I The kaiser and Mr. II. B. Bennett and family, ac- i iris. ..
crown prince were GERMAN SAILORS REFUSE TO t B t l:. .1t lt . attend-I '
companied Harold
sipping at' cordial GO ON BOARD SUBMARINES by Pearce; j

"Father, who started the war?" ed the Fair at Lake Butler Saturday ,

t quoth the crown prince, pulling on his AMSTERDAM night. I We have been in the St. Louis week
t' cigar. Oct. 22.-There has Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter, of Jack- market this .

: been a mutiny among the German sail- sonville, visited relatives in
"Why, we've proved it Lawtey
i France and Belgium, to say on nothing England of, ors who refused to go aboard the sub last week. where we purchased a carload of classy Mules and

t marines at Ostend, it is reported by .
i Russia Mrs. II. C. Peace and children visit-
sharply answered the kaiser.
\ 1 t "Yes, I know," said the prince. "but the Belgisch Dagblad. The newspapersays ed relatives in Anthony last week. Horses to be offered to our customers.

7. t who was really responsible?" an officer was thrown overboardand Rev. W. T. Evans, pastor of the

I "Well," his father answered, "if thirty mutineers were taken to South Jacksonville. E. church, delivered -
you Bruges. The stock will reach Starke
,: I must know it, it was like this. You remember two interesting sermons at early in next week

v? when Roosevelt back Grace church Sunday morning and p

I j from Africa? I gave him came a good Washington, Oct. 22.-Official diplomatic evening. This is not the first time and we invite the inspection of everyone interested in

I :\ .1 time. I showed him all around and I dispatches report mutinies in Rev. Evans has preached here, and his

L took him out and together we reviewed the Austrian navy and clashes betweenthe visits here are always looked for- good stock.
Austrian sailors and German sub-
ward to with interest he
as is
t the army. When we got back to a pow
: marine crews at Pola Base. Officers on erful preacher, and preaches the
the palace, Teddy clapped me on the gos- ,
' both sides were killed, it is reported.The pel in of the word.
back and said: 'Bill, you can lick the every
,f" whole world!' and like a damphool I German base was removed from Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards and I "" .

:' believed him.-Ever"body's Maga Pola. The Austrian crew said it revolted children were visitors to Jacksonville

' zine. because of ill treatment and last Saturday evening. They made the t

l 4 bad food. They fought the Germans trip .in their Ford. I

j ; 'i This country was not born rich, but i: of because the latter.of the overbearing attitude Messrs. Frar>k Green and Jack Din- I J. W. Andrews & Son

, t lucky.'The latest streak of good luck kins came over from Saturday to Monday -

j 1\ was when we joined the Ententes in at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles .
, ) the war against Germany. That event I. 0. 0. F. CHANGE HOUR OF Dinkins.

1 i r;> allowed us to find out Germany's insidious MEETING. Mrs. J. McLeod spent a few days Starke Florida.

: work for our destruction, car- '

ried on in both this and other coun- During the winter months, the hourof Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe ,

I tries. Had this work been allowed to Old Standard general strengthening tonic, I
.1 meeting of the order of Oddfellowswill GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TUNIC.drives 1 -
; go on without interruption, taking in. be 7 o'clock instead of 7:30. Milaria.f nriches the blcol.nnd bniM nr'l lie s>s- 'rf ij
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.+ MADAM JARLEY'S PERFORMANCE PINE LEVEL. DClC. .osoc 'ococ.oaoi'o:: =

If The
Messrs. Andrew Oliver and Willie Distinguishing Features of /
Dickens' famous classic production, Strickland three r
Bits of LocalInformation spent days in Jacksonville -
"Madam Jarley's Wax Works," was last week Our New Winter Millinery are : N

played last evening by local talent, at Mr. Green Moody and family spent

JL the moving picture theatre. The au, Sunday at the home of W. E. Edwards. ORIGINAL STYLE O

: II dience was large and appreciative, and Those attending the Fair at Lake O n .,
? to say that it was an unqualified suc- a andO
t Butler from here
btu r o FOm Friday were, Mr. and O
....ralrtI PM,1.'fUMuI ... cess expresses it mildly. Mrs. Claude Underhill and children, HIGH
y teyh.1. ttN C... r anal r.... This entertainment was for the ben- Aura and Willie Edmondson and Geo.E. QUALITYThere

efit of the Presbyterian manse fund- Cone.
:T there being only the small sum of $125 Misses Aura and Effie Edmondson it in our collection every kind of hat you are likely to want. t

._ Many of our novelties that are not to be found elie
i iXt -- lacking to finish paying for this beau- are where-
spent Sunday with Miss Sadie Thomasof
I ADVANCE IN PRICE. Augustus Long went to Gainesville tiful piece of "property. To the Rising section. iLK VELVET HATS O

Beginning with the next issue of the Saturday to see the big ball game and Mrs. E. T. Campbell, president of the Mr. Alonzo Goodge, of Sampson O n '
while there was a guest of Henry Ladies Aid, is due much credit for her I
Telegraph advertisements intended to City, was in this section Tuesday on SAILORS, MUSHROOMS, and TURBANS O
items will be charged Gray. untiring efforts in promoting and man- business. O
run among news are especially noticeable feature of the collection. You are sure to
e at the rate of 10 cents per line each in- I aging this successful affair. Little Gladys and Everett Oliver I +y
fur- Next like them. We can fit you with a becoming hat for, from $2.00 up. gKNIGHT'S
week will the
When you need a chimney or we give namesof
sertion. ** spent Saturday night with Mrs. Eston i
nace or other brick work done, see B. those taking part and the parts they Brown. .

Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, was in C. Scarborough, Starke. All work played. Mr. J. L. Underhill and family andA. MILLINERY

Starke the first of the week. guaranteed. 10-26-2t. 0. Strickland attended church at STARKE, FLA. ; 0
Sunday. D
OOOI .o=o. OO oaol .0 ,
Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and children Ethel
You will find oil and wood heatersat DINNER PARTY. ---.- .
Starke Hardware Co. and Owen, were week-end visitors of ----- -- -- -- '- --

relatives in Gainesville.Let RISING.Last .
Saturday evening, at six o'clock, Mr.
E. M. Mott, of Arcadia, was in and Mrs. L. A. Davis gave a delightful Saturday Mr. and Mrs. H. J. AUTOMOBILESInsure ,

Starke Monday. .' me make you a new automotile diner party, the occasion being Register and daughter, Mrs. Anna Dil-

top and cushions, or repair the old laberry, and little daughter and .
wedding anniversary and also compli- son, 1i'
L. C. Powell was in Jacksonville on ones. All kinds of automobL'e: uphol- mentary to their brother, Mr. E. K. of Middleburg, were shoppers in the against Fire and TheftJ.

business Monday.A stery. M. Leviton. Perryman, who left Tuesday to join county seat, and also visited Mrs. M.
J. Fouts and this ..r
c the National army. daughters, of settle- !
nice line of skirts at Sternberg's.Dr. Barber J. J. Johns has been out of An elegant course dinner was served ment. They returned to Middleburg ,

commission for a few days on accountof after which the the Sunday. Mrs. Register came Tuesdayof e
guests played ev- -- -- -------- -- -
J. 0. Haynes was in Jacksonville a.split thumb, caused by the slip- -of
er populr game of rook. Those enjoy week and had some dental work DEATH OF NELSON QUIGLEY.The .
Tuesday on professional business. ping of his razor while he was shav- ing this pleasant evening were Prof.S. done at Starke.Mr. '

ing a customer. S. Dowling, Misses Delle Stroman, A. L. Jackson delivered a barrelof many friends here of Mr.\ Nelson wfi

F R. W. Surrency, of Graham, was in Lois Peek, Mr. and Mrs. J. E1: Wilson.WILLIAMSBRYAN. fine new syrup to Mr. F. Norman Quigley, father of :Mr. J. T. Qu1:,,;; :i
Mrs.: G. C. Livingston returned Monday i
town Monday. of Starke, last Tuesday. Mr. Jackson who the winters ,
ley, spent two past
morning from Gainesville where
received $1 gallon which is a fancy
here will the of
, Coming "Womanhood. See it! she had been visiting her daughter, price. be grieved over news i
his death which took at his
:Miss Marie, who attends the high )l1's.1.. J. Fouts and :\11'. J. L. Jack- home East Nova Scotia the
,. R. A. Weeks spent Tuesday in Jack- school there, and Miss Kate living- A quiet marriage took place at the son attended the association last weekin 17th inst., Passage, .

sonville. ston. office of County Judge J. B. Hiers, of Starke. i
The deceased was native of Canada
Gainesville, Wednesday afternoon, October Mrs. A. L. Jackson received card a iI
E. S. Gainey, of LaCrosse, was an If you are an American; see "Wom- 17th, when :Mr. Arthur Williamsand last Saturday from her brother a, rlr. and was in the about C3; years business.of age. He lIe I ,. 4w.i.'i1i : :

appreciated caller at the Telegraph office nnhood," the glory of the nation at :Miss Gertrude Bryan were joined A. G. Fouts, of Plant City, stating his had was been hale shipbuilding and hearty until quite .

Tuesday. Rov.-ard's Theatre, Nov. 9th. in the holy bonds of wedlock. The wife was seriously ill cf typhoid feer. \"-
when illness in with
lately, set ending
ceremony was performed in the presence *
of the brain.
Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day.Drymer's Geo. L. Massey, of Jacksonville, was of a few friends of the contracting Mr. J. L. Jackson is to begin a business hemorrhage The deceased i 5 41- tr 1.
leaves widow
fish market in Starke business parties. a eightsons .. ti
phone 109. Tuesday soliciting ::! course in Prof. Looney's business of tf
and two daughters two
- and shaking hands with his many The bride is the handsome and accomplished college in Starke next Monday.Rev. in in the i ;
being fighting
sons ,
. Messrs. E. M. and G. W. Hazen, of friends Mr. Massey finds no difficultyin daughter of Captain and Collins preached his farewell Europe y 4 W
British armlr.. J. T. left
>* Brooker, had business in Starke Tuesday getting orders for his good cigars. Mrs S. A. Bryan, of this city. The sermon last Sunday night at the Rising the 18th inst. to attend Quigley the funeralof r a ;t. tr r d1r
on ,
:. -j 1 Mrs.: Massey and children accompaniedhim. groom is a promising young man of church, as he will move in a few his father
a announced -
Starke, well and favorably known. He with
days his family Mississippi.. that he arrived in time. J
1 Messrs. J. A. Tyler and 0. T. Nel- is one of Uncle Sam's chosen, having Everyone enjoyed hearing Rev. Collins ,, ,, .

] son, of Saxton, were visitors to Starke Silk poplins, taffeta, messaline and been drafted for army service, and pi each, but we are sorry to know of 'ft
>.. Tuesday. crepe de chines in all the new shades will probably soon be "somewhere in his departure. We wish them notch NOTICE TO AUTO; OWNERS. :, ..

'. at Sternberg's.S. France," but the many friends of the success irt their new home. r

I Shall we suffer Belgium's fate? See happy young couple are confident that Mr. W. E.: Lewis and family, of Pine Notice is hereby given to all auto- fffg ,

"Womanhood" at Rowand's Theatre, A. Strickland, of Kingsley, came "the love that "laughs at Locksmiths" Level!, \'isitf'dIr.. H. II. Lewis and mobile owners that unless your licenseis / Shoulders '

November 9th. to town Wednesday morning with four wil lalso laugh at the German bullets, family last Sunday.CLASSIFIEDD. paid by the 1st day November, All : .
+ trout, caught in Kingsley lake the and soon bring the soldier back, safe 1917, the same will be turned over to 1 ,

L. L. Sapp, a well known Lawteyman night before, the combined weight of and sound, to his mate, when there the sheriff for collection. Cares )

had business in Starke Mon which was 12% pounds. The largest will be no more parting.BURXSEDSTRICKLAND.. B. M. DOWLIXG,

day. weighed 6 pounds. One of the fish ----S 10192t. Tax Collector. When CALUMET b \i.

was still alive when brought here. -. comes in, all baking f; I

Messrs. Frank and Ed Burnsed, of troubles take quick S
Time is Don't waste it FOR RENT-6 room cottage next Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All I I
Jacksonville, spent Sunday with rela- money. leave. You right W ;
tives here. hunting stray stock. Put an ad in the Mr. E. W. Burnsed, of Espanola, and door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.J. persons indebted to the estateof go : y
I ahead and mix bnkin
Telegraph and the animals will soon Miss Sadie Strickland, of Starke, were W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf. Carter Newsom, late of Bradford up ; ...
materials, for biscuits- I
We sell lumber to build houses and be located. quietly married at Jacksonville October county, Florida, deceased, are requested cakes? -anything without fear :
18th in the of FOR SALE-Extra good farm mule.A their said debts forthwith I
then wood to heat them. Quigley Lum- presence a few relatives to pay of uncertainty. Calumet makes
ber & Supply Co. Messrs. Johns & McDonald have I and friends. The groom is a bargain for cah. C. C. Griffis, and all persons having claims! againstthe you forget failure.CALUMET.

erected a sawmill on the Wateroak, I promising young business man of Es- Starke. 10-19-4t.! said estate are requested to pre- f

Miss Cassie White spent Wednesday near J. Uglow's place, for the sawing : panola and the bride is a popular sent them, duly authenticated, withinone

in Jacksonville. upof the large logs among the tract I young lady among a large circle of FOR SALE-Chufa seed, 23; bushels, year from this date, or they will BAKING ,

of timber they have bought of Swallow friends. Hosts of friends extend their' D. Uoree, Starke. be forever barred. POWDERis

& while the smaller ; best wishes for the happiness of the October 12, 1917.N. the most papular because it Hopkins
trees .
Mr. II. C. Peace, of Lawtey, was a are most pcrjtft results It has the In l,
new-married FOR SALE-13 head of old !!
business visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr. converted into ties. Butts and tops couple. 2-year Rest demand hrtraube it is the most iif \ i
are cut into firewood and sent to Jack- barrows $100, and a few sows and Administrator of the Estate of Car- pcndablr. Thef.ctthat ttsti.ebi! ,, ,
seller that it is the best
shoats. D. Boree Starke. gest proves I
Newsom 10-12-St.
sonville. READING CIRCLE MEETS ter deceased. Atri.tl\will that there i u t
and Mrs. J. E. J. Wainwrightwere WITH ctnvtnceou" .
-- none"just as rix>d. Buy acan- if you ,
in town Wednesday." A number of the local Boy Scouts WANTED-A blacksmith, hors shoer + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + are get your nut satiated money back.take it back and j' ,'
and wheelwright. Must understand
Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at went on a hike to the Bradford Coun- afternoon at 3 o'clock + DUVAL HOTEL 4 Calumet contains/ such ingredients I
plow work. Wages $3.00 per day.A. + JACKSONVILLE 4 as have been approved I v:
the Cash Department Store. ty Fair last Friday night, returning Mrs. G. C. Sweat entertained the reading L. Crews Raiford Fla. 10-12-tf officially by the.U.. S. IuodAuthorities. ;
+ Opposite postoffice hot and cold + .
home with Scout Master Halligan in circle of the Methodist :Missionary f

". Ac Z. Adkins, Esq., made a trip to the truck Saturday night. Among the 1 I Society, at her home on East Madison FOR SALE-Forty + water, elevator, telephones; rates Toi uve*tti you\i it.
Jacksonville Wednesday. number were Raiford and Willie Ep- street; the rooms of this comfortable acre farm, com + rooms without bath, $1 : two per- + Toi Nee *bta yea u*iU '

., person, Harry Canova, Pitt Tomlinson home being made attractive with vases plete with implements and stock. + sons, same room, $1.50; with bath + HIGHEST s

Judge Geo. A.: Gardiner and family Paul Canova, Telfair Long, Hollis lof, beautiful roses and the graceful an- Situated 2% miles northwest of + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 + QUALITY

, attended the county fair at Lake But- Knight, Horace Wilson, Rufus Tatum, I tignon. Lawtey. Price reasonable. John + W. S. JONES, Mgr. +

, ler Friday. Walter Kuhl], Carr Colley. I :Mrs. Emily Phillips acted as leader, Challancin, Lawtey, Fla. 10192t. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + HIGHEST

' /" and the reading of the book, '"The NewSouth" --- --- AWARDS

.1.1 7 America must protect America. Are Our fine weave blue serge suits are I was completed. While one per- PECANS WANTED-I am paying thehighest EDGAR EYES "
market prices for nuts
you ready? Come to Rowand's thea- now arriving for the Christmas trade.A. son read the others knit or sewed for pecan Optician Tested
Bring me samples and I will make
tre Nov. 9th, and see why.J. D. Andrews Mercantile Coo Raiford the army or the coming bazaar, and Jacksonville, Florida.
you prices. N. D. Wainwright, Broken Lenses Duplicated
Fla.| the afternoon passed most pleasantlyand "
Starke. ; ,
Same Received.We t .
G. Boyd, of Worthington, was profitably. 1*

.' transacting business in Starke Wednesday. DEATH OF R. SULLIVAN.Mr. During the social half hour Misses FOR SALE-80-acre farm, 65 acres Specialize on Mail Orders- Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- i
We Pay Postage I
Florence Matthews and Cleo Mitchell
under cultivation, well timbered, 140 W. Forsyth St. erybody. Advertise!
played duet "The
,. as a Dragon Fight- .
I gooJ buildings, 2 miles east ofWorthington I'
Mr. and Mrs. L. A.'Wynn announce ., Reuben Sullivan died at the er"; Mrs. Barr sang "The Song forM ( _._
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Springs. Price, $2,000.J. ----- ---- -- --- ---- --
the birth of a daughter, Oct. 22nd. home of his son, A. L. Sullivan near (!," anliss Anna Canova playedas .
G. Fla.]
Boyd Worthington
Theressa, Tuesday morning, October an instrumental solo, "Salutepaste." ,

! Silk poplin, taffeta and messaline! 23rd, and was buried at Hope church The subject of how we may better LOST-Four meat hogs, three bar- )

skirts at Sternberg's.Mrs. cemetery Wednesday afternoon, Rev.G. serve our country was discussed, andit
rows and ; of Red
one sow, Jersey
A. Prevatt, pastor of the church, was decided that the :Methodist Missionary rx
breed, about 6 months old, weightof i
J. F. Colley was visiting conducting the funeral rites in the Society would serve no more each about 50 Rewardfor "WOMANHOOD"The
friends in Lawtey one day of last presence of a large number of friends refreshments at afternoon meetings (
information Olen
week. who had gathered to pay a last markof while our country is at war. or of the Nation
respect to the deceased.Mr. Morgan: Route I, $;tarke. Glory

Station Master T. J. Griffin is fast Sullivan suffered from an abscess GRAND, BIRTHDAYDINNER.Mrs. FOR SALE-10-acre farm two miles Featuring: Alice Joice Harry Morey and all the stars ; ,
recovering his wonted health and ha on one of his lungs and had been ,
resumed his duties at the depot. in failing health for some time, but northeast of Starke; about 33 acres of[the Vitagraph: Cast. ..
Elizabeth Starling was honored stumped and in cultivation. New 5
. was confined to his bed only about
a with a birthday: dinner Sunday: room house, 15-foot rooms. Ten-
Mr. and Mrs. Zack. J. Roberts left week prior to his death. I which was an agreeable surprise to ant house. N. T. King, Route 1, Two Shows 6:00 and 8:00: :
Monday for Hastings, where they will 1 The deceased was born and rearedin p.m. *
her. She was in Starke, nursing a Starke. 10-19-It!
home. the Theressa section and had lived
make their future Mr. Roberts
sick when her sons notified her "
will in the mercantile business there practically all of his life. His person "The human high ;'
engage to come to Lawtey and spend Sundayand FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre most spectacular, intensely powered

r and open a gent's furnishing store. death occurred within a quarter of a that they would take her to Starke farm 2i miles east of Starke, 14 photo production ever shown. The New York ....
mile from where he born "
Nothing Trill add so much to the ago. He was was an upright fiftynineyears law- again in the evening. To her surpriseshe acres in cultivation, good house and press with one accord lauds it as the film of the hour. J
looks of your house as paint. Try i iWoolsey's it., abiding citizen and was held in found that they had invited a large barn, good location for stock range, It the three loves of woman's life the
very portrays great ,
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Semi.Paste-the best and crowd of relatives and friends to take in center of strawberry section. For
high esteem by ell who knew him. He
considered. dinner with her, those present numbering particulars; address C. A. Johnson love of a main for a man, the love of a mother for her _
cheapest-quality QuigleyLumber had been member of the I .
a Baptist
10:;. The dinner was bountiful : Station No. 3, Gary, Fla. 10- -tf. r-
child the love of for her
& Supply Company.Mrs. church for about thirty years, and for a woman country.
and much enjoyed, and well-wishes and

H. C. Richard returned home deacon the greater in his part home of church.that time was a congratulations were showered upon FOR SALE-The place belonging DONT FAIL TO SEE IT AT \

Wednesday from a trip to Spartan- Mr. Sullivan is survived by his wife, the honoree. the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains I R! ROWAND'S THEATRE .
S. C. where she attended the After dinner those assembled had 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence.
burg, a daughter and three sons, the children j"j"d.
funeral of Mrs. Harriet Y. Lan, being Mrs. J. P. Summers, of Hampton the pleasure to listen to a good ser- Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one Friday, November 9th. >(.. ':f
mon by Rev. F. :M. Strickland, of miles .
barn. Located 1% from Starke
Messrs. A. L., M. Z. and C. Sullivan -

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Long and baby,,I of Theressa. They have the deep Grandin. A GUEST. one-half mile from church, one mile ''i; .. 'i1

Lois, motored to Palatka, St. Augus sympathy of a large circle of friends from school. For further informa- 1.-<1
The Quinine That uoes i NCI Ailect the Held (, (, (,.. .
tion write A. J. Griffis Brooker I :
tine and other points this week, re in their bereavement.NOTICE.. or \\1'
turning home yesterday. Because of its tonic and laxative effect.LAXATIVE see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for - - --- 1 :d
BKOMO QUININE is better than ordinary
I directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf
Quinine and doei not cause nervousness nor .
in h3 Special sale going on at the Casli riosirv of V.'. GROVE. 30C. I '
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Department Store. FOR SALE-Farm of 176 acres, 35 i

acres in cultivation, good land, nearly 'I I .1 I :
Not of Courses but Dishes. General Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. Roman Andrews and All persons who want their rice all stumped, 50 budded pecan ,

children, also Vivirette Floyd, motored hulled bring it to our grist mill. Three courses seem to have been the trees beginning to bear, 150 peach : .

down to Gainesville Sunday afternoonand BLANCHARD & CLINE, customary menu In medieval times for trees a nice 5-room house and out ...

I were the supper guests of Mrs 10-19-2t. I-.wtey, Fla. a state banquet, less ceremonial feasts buildings, irrigating plant, one mule 'II

Andrews father, :Mr. HilLCoL comprising only two, and no private and farm implements, 43 head of JOS. E. WILSON :i' ,
,.. dinner more than one. But each course cattle, 20 hogs. Will sell at a sacrifice ;

and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Dr ST. MARK'S CHURCH. might comprise from eight to a dozen part cash, balance on time. SUCCESSOR TO I f.-

r fr and Mrs. 'J. P. Tomlinson were visi different dishes. Thus at the wedding!! Am 78 years old and must sell one ,

... tors to Jacksonville Monday. Whil Morning prayer and sermon, 11. banquet of Henry V there were only of the best stock farms in Florida. H. C. RICHARD

" there both Dr. Tomlinson and Col Even song and address, 3:30. three courses yet over 30 differen 10 miles from Starke, between .

Knight purchased handsome new Ov Sunday school,'10 a. m.M. lishes are mentioned in the record Brooklyn and Theressa, near two l Starke Florida. '

erland cars.Jn which they drovejiom M. FRYER, rrospectho of irate und \\'ij s.-Lol lakes. Inquire of C. A. Youngblood, I t .

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Bradford County Farms and FarmersCHEW


f' Public Act. No. 248 of the 64th Congress |I Feed Them Poisoned Leaves or Mashat -

t- Editor Telegraph: A deep soil is desirable for the fol- entitled "An act to fix standardsfor Boys of Florida Will Contribute Greatly Frequent Intervals. Twenty-four Florida counties are
r I thinking over our many crops
for another am We must try some- lowing reasons: First to increase its Climax baskets for grapes and oth- to Relieving Present Shortage.The I co-operating in tick eradication and

r thing else, and year.I would suggest that I water-holding capacity; second, to let er fruits and vegetables, and to fix Cutworms are fond of any succu- have appropriated funds. Other coun-

into tobacco planting. Why the water escape from the surface standards for baskets and other con- pig club boys in Florida are : lent plant, and are troublesome to ties "are lining up for the work, andit

I some should go we be buying tobacco when we without running over the ground and tainers for small fruits and vegetablesand making progress toward solving the '. most truck and garden crops. They should not be long, at the present

r can raise it easily Nothing will eat washing it off; third, to permit the air for other purposes," approved August problem of supplying meat for the |, gnaw off the young plants just above rate of progress, before systematic

i it, only the tobacco worm, and he is to circulate freely for a considerable 31, 1916, goes into effect on and world. While their animals alone I I i I the ground, making them worthless. I eradication work will be begun

easily destroyed. I believe to plant depth; fourth, to secure crops against after Nov. 1, 1917, says the Florida would not prevent a large deficit, the j[ If truck or garden ground has been j I throughout the entire state. Cattle dipping -
drouth enabling the roots to State Marketing Bureau. i' to in weeds or in September, according to the
i tobacco will destroy a lot of insects off by go dissemination throughout the rural permitted, grow up
other When I was a boy all my down to moisture; fifth, to increase the This Federal law prescribes three communities will have a marked effect grass this summer, the worms may be report of Dr. E. M. Nighbeit, vcdoral

I people crops.made their own tobacco and it area from which.the plant roots may standard sizes for Climax baskets for on its result. I plentiful and some measure to get rid I Iof inspector in charge, totaled D.S97\ ,

i can be done so easily. Let us get this obtain food; sixth, to fill the soil full grapes and other fruits and vegetables2 In speaking of the boys' work before I them must be taken. and were dipped in a total of 108 vats.

into the minds of our farmers. We of humus for a considerable depth, quarts, 4 quarts and 12 quarts- the county demonstration agents I: The following methods are recommended -I .

will save money at home; if.we don't says The Progressive Farmer. and fixes the dimensions for each; it conference at the University of Flor- by J. R. Watson, of the Uni- EGG SHORTAGE IN COUNTRY A

make it to sell it will save hundreds We should fill the soil ful lof humus. establishes the dry half pint, dry pint, ida, G. L. Herrington, state club agent, : versity of Florida experiment station: THING OF BY-GONE DAYS
, of dollars to the farmer. Well do I for the following reasons: First, to I dry quart and multiples of the dry said: Plow the land at least ten days before I

remember when the boys were chew- furnish food for the microscopic life quart as standards for containers for "The pig club work has been pushed transplanting the plants. Dur- Chicago Packers Holding Millions of

,>i ing that they would ask one for a that makes the plant food in the soil small fruits, berries and vegetables, forward. Six hundred and fifty boysin ing this time many of the cutwormswill Eggs That They Can't Sell.
I chew and he would say, "It is goat available for plants; second, to increase and fixes their capacity in cubic inch- forty-five counties have entered the leave or die of starvation, and the

l leg." "Well, it will last me all day!" the storage capacity for water es.Therefore pig clubs and raised purebred animals. remainder will develop a good appe-
i was the answer. That is the kind we and thereby enable the soil to take up on and after Nov. 1, it These boys have grown must of their tite. A day or two before the crop is NEW YORK, Oct. 2-The use of

l f need-something that will last all day. enough water to carry the crop thru I will be unlawful to manufacture or feed, and they have given their pigs j t obe set out, cut some green and sue I', cold storage eggs as army rations will

i D. L. PHILLIPS. the longest drouth in the summer I sell for shipment or to ship in inter- good attention, and as a whole, the culent plants, such as collards, rape, !' be suggested to the government it was

(Years ago many farmers in this though heavily fertilized; third, to I state commerce, either empty or filled, work has been successful. or cowpeas, and dip them into a strong I j learned here by representatives of butter -

section tried tobacco, being induced to prevent the soil from packing after baskets or containers that do not con- "We are now facing a shortage of solution of paris green; about an ounce I and egg exchanges of Boston, Philadelphia -

do so by a practical tobacco man from heavy rains; fourth, to make the soil form to the requirements set forth in livestock. If six hundred and fifty I'to a gallon of water. Scatter this i 1. Chicago and New York and

Sumatra. But the growing of the loose so that air and plant roots can the law. Containers which are not up hogs were placed on a few farms they 'about the field after sunset for the i j' the Mercantile Exchange of New York.

crop, gathering and preparing it for easily come into contact with every to the standards can not be used in would amount to very little toward removing hungry worms to feed upon during the 'A committee plans to go to Wshington -

market was such a tedious job thatno grain of it. interstate commerce, even though theyare this situation, but the fact I night. ,: with the further suggestion that
There is only one to make marked "short package." 1. he food officials fix a price which would
one cared to try it another year. way a I that they are on about six hundred and -
, Our farmers cannot now afford to experiment deep soil and fill it full of humus and Interested parties can get the details fifty farms and are being prepared for W. F. BARTLETT. 'I| be on the usual basis:; of cost plus ten

with crops they know little that is by breaking it deep and by in a publication issued by the U. S. breeding stock gives us the assurance Oakfield, Ga., May 10, 19n. per cent.

"r, or nothing about; better raise hogs turning under corn and cotton stalks, Bureau of Markets, Washington, D. that: no other agency is doing so muchto Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., |', Chicago packers are said to own millions -
l f and the crops they are accustomed to. oat and pea stubble, grass, trash, and C., in which will also be found three ; supply the state with better live- Paducah, Ky. i! of cold storage eggs for which
H. It may be well to grow some of the other vegetable matter. There is only laws relating to standard barrels for stock." Gentlemen: i there is no demand because the supply

, weed for home consumption, though one way to deepen a thin soil, and fill various commodities. Please allow me to state that I have today greatly exceeds that which existed -

I r we doubt that the "goat leg" in uses it full of humus, and this is by the use MULE-FOOTED HOGS. sold your hog cholera remedy for one at the time the eggs were put on

s of yore would be palatable to the of large plows and strong teams or SWEET POTATO RECIPES. season and have ordered more for this i storage. The holdings are said to be

. chewers of today, and the smokers tractors. We cannot plow deep or season. Last year I sold it to 12 or : 13.2 per cent greater than a year ago,
' who have had their "training" on tobacco turn under corn and cotton stalks, oat Messrs. L. H. Austin and Arch Kite 15 men who raise hogs. I told each of and the market value is considerablyless
: .: made mostly of alfalfa and deer and pea stubble, soy or velvet bean Baked Sweet potatoes. showed a representative of the Telegraph them to take the remedy, feed it to than when they were put in stor-

' -' tongue would probably consider "home i vines, grass and trash with one-horse Wash the potatoes and bake the a few of their mule-footed hogs. their hogs and if they lost a single II |e'! age. Wholesalers are said to be facing -

I made 'backer" to rank for their taste. plows. same as white potatoes. Small ones This breed of porkers is not as yet I hog from, disease of kind not to j i millions of dollars in losses unless t
1 f -Ed.) The chief enemy of good farming in will bake in half an hour, while very common in Bradford county, but according pay me a cent for the remedy, but I I j the government fixes a cost'plus 10 per t-

't t the South is the one-horse plow. The large ones will require an hour: or to the gentlemen above named, when they began to sell cotton everyman i cent price. It was pointed out that

I one one-horse plow means a poor soil more. If the potatoes are liked very the: breed has many advantages over came in and paid me for the medicine action making these eggs an army ration .
POTATO ROOT WEEVIL FOUND and small crops. The one-horse plow moist and sweet, bake from an hour to other hogs. The characteristic that and of them told me would take care of the over-sup- :
everyone |
means a shallow soil devoid of vege- two; hours depending size. gives it the name is a hoof that is 'ply.
on that it was the best hog medicine they :
I table not split but '
matter.A resembling that of a'
I = Apparently Genuine Article Discovered a Browned Sweet Potatoes. i ever had used. One man paid me for
shallow soil, devoid of vegetable mule. The hogs are easily kept and
Near Heilbronn. the small package and bought $5
matter, means poor people and poor Boil medium sized sweet potatoes fattened and their meat is streaky, !
people means bad roads, uncomfortable forty-five minutes. Peel them and cut suitable for breakfast bacon. They worth more and said it was the best RUB OUT PAIN
that he had tried.
homes, poorly paid teachers, and, them 'in halves lengthwise. Put themin do not yield much lard. When turn- ever
Davis the mail
I Tuesday, Mr: E.II.the in fact, all that retards civilization.The a baking pan and baste with savory ed out they never stray far from hom.e yours very truly, with good oil liniment. That'sthe
carrier bug
brought W. F. BARTLETT.Sold .
one-horse plow breaks one acre drippings, and season with salt. Cook and do not associate with hogs of oth- surest way to stop them.
said contain "a
\ reporter a small box to D. C. Jones Starke 1054t.
hem in a hot oven for twenty minutes. by The
r specimen." The box accompanied two inches deep per day. The two, er breeds. best rubbing liniment is

by the following letter from Prof. L. three or four-horse plow breaks from Fried Sweet Potatoes. One of the sows shown the Tele- -

A. Davis: two to four acres from four to seven Cut the boiled potatoes in slices and graph man had a litter of pigs farrowed -

inches deep in one day. One man with fry brown in savory drippings. Or a couple of days before. They were MUSTANGLINIMENT

Editor Telegraph: of the three or four mules or a tractor anda the; potatoes may be cut in four parts ten in number, healthy, lively little
From description potato
your plow or plows can do more and better lengthwise put in a frying basket and fellows. Their sire had been a full-
root weevil in last week's issue of the
work in one day breaking land and be cooked for ten minutes in smoking blooded Berkshire boar, and one-half
believe the enclosed
Telegraph, I insect turning under vegetable matter than hot fat. The fat must be deep enoughto of the pigs had turned-up snouts and 1
of them.
must! be one in four men with one-horse plows. By cover the potatoes. split hoofs, while the other half resembled -i 1
This one was found a potato using large plows and strong teamsor their mother in the form of
patch, and if it proves to be the real Candied Sweet Potatoes.
tractors, the soil will be deepened, snout and feet. Good for the Ailments
dreaded pest, you may feel assured! filled full of humus, the wages of from Candied sweet potatoes are very of

that Bradford county, and Wateroak one to three men saved, and the yields popular on Southern tables, and are TURN COTTON 4 Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
section in particular, is infested. more than doubled. extremely palatable when well pre- STALKS UNDERAn Good fa Aches
your ,
Respectfully, pared. Cut boiled sweet pototoes into -
L A. DAVIS. long slices, place in an earthern dish, effective measure to take againstthe Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
The bug reporter carefully openedthe SAVE SWEET POTATO SEED put lumps of butterine on each slice cotton boll weevil and one recom- Cuts, Burns, Etc l2Sc.

box and saw a bug enclosed, but and sprinkle with sugar. Some cooks mended by the University of Florida 50c. $1. At all Dealers.

was at a loss how to manage the thing Care for Next Year's Crop Should add a little water also. Bake until the extension division, is to plow all cot-

so as to get a good look at him througha Begin This Fall sugar and butterine have candied and ton stalks under at the earliest op- Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- -

magnifying glass. As all curiosities the: potatoes are grown. portunity. The weevils are bound to I erybody. Advertise! TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE.

garnered at the Telegraph office are Since the sweet potato root weevil Mashed Sweet Potatoes.To come sooner or later, and if they have '

turned over to the Bank of Starke, has been found in Florida, and is eas- two cups sliced sweet potatoesadd arrived, many will live through the

and Mr. Halligan, the curator of its ily distributed by the shipment of po- three tablespoons butterine, one- winter, but don't encourage them by

museum, requires' that all bugs must tatoes or vines, it will be well for half teaspoon salt and hot milk to letting the old stalks stand in the FIELD SEEDS FOR FALL PLANTING.Florida .
be alive, it would not, therefore, do to field all winter.
farmers who expect to grow sweet po- moisten. Beat until light, and pile on Black Rye at $4 bushel. Blue Stem Wheat at $3.50 bushel.
stick a pin through it. The bug man tatoes next year to save enough seed a vegetable dish. Arbruzzi Rye at $3.60 bushel Dwarf E'sex Rape at tae pound. .
finally managed to catch the specimen Fulxhum Oats at $2 bushel. Crimson Clover at 22e pound.
potatoes for their own plantings, says Sweet Potatoes Georgia Style. WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE. Southern Rye at 13 bushel. Winter Vetch at 22c pound.
by one of the legs with his tweezers, the University of Florida extension Hastings 100 Bu. Oat at $1.90 bu. We carry a full line of all Garden i;
and while he carefully examined it, he division. The State Plant Board has Season mashed boiled sweet pota- Texas Rust Proof Oat, at $1.25 bu. and Field Seeds. Mail Orders spec'ally
toes with butter, salt, Moisten One day a pig was received by
rea dthis description, given in last quarantined certain infested districts pepper. ex ONION SETS.
with and press. Shipper wanted to know if :
week's Telegraph: cream beat five minutes. Put the
from which it will not be
"The adult insect is a weevil, or practicableto in a buttered baking dish leaving a animal died of cholera. His lungs were r Qt. Pk.: .
I get plants or vines next year. Also, White Bermuda (straw colored) ___ $ .20 $1.00 $3.75 ,
t 'snout-beetle,' elongated in shape, not all farmers in the rough surface. Pour over a syrup teeming with lung worms. It is some- Vhite Silver Skin __________ _000000_____ .20 .90 3.50
smooth and glossy. The head is black quarantinedareas made by boiling two tablespoons mo- times very difficult to tell whether a Yellow Danvers ______________________ .15 .K5 3.25
( are known to be infested with lasses and pig has lungworms Reds ____________________-_________ .15 .85 3.25Superiority
the thorax, middle section of the body, one teaspoon butterine five or cholera.-
r the weevils. It will be particularly Health Notes. If sets by mail add postage on basis of 1 qt. to lb. Write for new fall catalog.
; ; and the legs are bright brick red and advisable for such farmers to save minutes. Bake in the oven until delicately
. the abdomen, posterior! half of the browned. BLOOMFIELD NURSERY & SEED COMPANY
seed known to be free from the wee-
; i body, is a beautiful dark steel blue. Sweet Potatoes au Gratin. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev "Monticello Brand" Seeds Monticello, Florida.Bu..
j The adult is about one-quarter of an vils.Root erybody. Advertise!
weevils are not the only trou- Cut five medium sized cold boiled
j inch long and at first appearance is ble likely to affect sweet potatoes. sweet potatoes in one-third inch slices. I
'. often mistaken for a large ant. The There certain diseases Put in buttered
are that may beheld a layer baking dish, .
adults rarely, if ever, fly, but are able I over from year to year in the sprinkle with salt, pepper, and three h' :...__' .

'; to walk and run about. Ordinarily seed, and saving seed for yourself of tablespoons brown sugar, dot over
I they do not move so fast but what one vines known be with
to butterine.
healthy will guard one tablespoon Re-
can catch them in the fingers without .against the introduction. peat, cover with buttered cracker ShownNOTICE
difficulty. Here are some recommendationsfrom crumbs, and bake until the crumbs are i Again
No description ever fitted anything a recent bulletin published by the brown. !
better than this! fitted the bug. It was, experiment station.
Sweet Potato and Peanut Croquettes.I .
aparently, the genuinroot weevil. It "Use only healthy seed selected at
is not pleasant news to tell our farmer digging time. Split the stems of each cup mashed sweet potato.

,. readers, and we can only hope that hill desired for seed and examine them 1 cup finely ground parched pea-

: : the bug may not, after all, be the gen- for black streaks. Only roots of plants nuts. You will be interested to know that on August 'r I
uine pest. But whether or not, it be- free from such streaks % teaspoon salt.
should be
24 1917 THE UNITED
hooves the grower of sweet potatoesto for seed. Cayenne pepper. STATES GOVERNMENT -

be on his guard and take such pre- "After digging the potatoes they Combine the ingredients and shape WAR DEPARTMENT awarded the
the mixture into ,
Roll them
cautions as are within his reach for croquettes.
should be left the i
hindering the spread of the pest. How eral days to dry on thoroughly ground in for the sev-sun. in bread crumbs, beaten ,egg and MALLEABLE STEEL RANGE MFG. CO. an .
to proceed has already been told in the crumbs again. Fry them in deep fat.
"In digging and handling the pota- immense range contract amounting to several --
Telegraph and further informationi
I toes avoid .
any injury to or bruisingof .
| will be given as soon as received. the. roots.. DESERVES A GOLD train loads. They accepted the regular range '
-- -
It. .- "After the potatoes are well driedin just the same as you get from us, as standard in '
' NO CAR SHORTAGE LIKELY. the field, it is best to put them in MEDAL FOR THIS vI
open crates for storage. In this way every way, satisfied THE SOUTH BEND MALL ,
much injury to them by handling will EABLE RANGE is built to stand the
be avoided, the potatoes will have bet- Cincinnati severe
It is not likely that Florida growers Authority Tells Howto
will have great difficulty in getting ter ventilation, and can be removedfor tests of war in all of its departments. l

refrigerator cars to market their prod- marketing or bedding much more Dry Up Any Corn or Cal- WHATEVER THE GOVERNMENT BUYS

ucts this winter. In fact, as B. L. conveniently. lus So it Lifts Right Off. t
_ Hammer stated before the citrus semi'r "During the first two or three weeks MUST BE THE BEST P

at the University of Florida, in of storage the potatoes should be keptat > AINHBm B0B EHHH B!! BU Mi n B
1; Gainesville, "the Florida grower will a comparatively high temperature, You corn-pestered men and women BHB HHM
t have the best facilities he has everhad 80 to 85 degrees, and should be con- need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes
stantly and thoroughly ventilated. The BUY NOW PRICE ADvANCES15 1
.' in his life. that nearly killed you before, says this
; The reason for this is that so much temperature should then be gradually Cincinnati authority, because a few ,
food and supplies for the government lowered to about 50 to 55 degrees and drops of freezone applied directly on a

, are being hauled into the Southeast this temperature be maintained to the tender, aching corn stops soreness at
' states to be unloaded that there will be end of the storage period. The safest once and soon the corn loosens so it MONDAY WEEK OCTOBER

an abundance of cars. It will be more place to store the potatoes is in a specially can be lifted out, root and all, withouta 29th.

, profitable to the railroads to return constructed storage house." bit of pain.A ----. ..... -- .""' ."......".... .
' these cars filled than to have them go ---- quarter of en ounce of freezone }

;. s back empty. If Florida growers are Whenever You Take Need Grove's.The a General. Tonic costs very little at any drug store, but

prepared to fill them promptly they Old Standard Grove's Tasteless is sufficient to take off every hard or Jones Hardware Store
.. will be able to get all needed. soft corn or callus. This should be
chill Tonic is
equally a
: For the same reason, it will be hard General Tonic because it contains as the tried, as it is inexpensive and is said f

', to get cars to import supplies into the well known tonic properties of QUININEand not to inflame or even irritate the sur- STARKE k kI
, state; all cars suitable for the purpose IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives rounding tissue or skin. FLA. 4
being used in the movement of government out Malaria, Enriches the Blood andBuilds If your wife wears high heels she ,

i : supplies to the South. r? ihs '\7' cl: System. 60 cnts. will be glad to know of this.-Adv.I i q ,, :i1L. :il

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I II I "Oh, of course I will!" he assured Rut she could" not be sure. And she .. -! -!'
If ler. And Immediately a thought; came resolved to bide her time. 4> I

f into Charlie Brown's head that made "Really, sir" she said, with assumed .) CHURCH DIRECTORY. 4

f him start. "And by the way." he said hauteur "I' beg you to explain this ) & ', '

"while I think of it, I want to warn mystery-thIs-" ,> BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 4 ,
you about that chap I met at tea at Iyterybe took the word out pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. wv "

place. Streetman, he called hIm- Sunday morning service, 11:00 3 i
your of her mouth-"shall we say rather .l* o'clock ) .
; Sunday evening service '?>
self. You remember him?
the mystery of General Jacques," hecorrected .* 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday even- *
To hide her confusion Ethel rose and ;;
her politely. @>
ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening '$> ) .
moved a few from the q.
steps away .
"Oh jou are- P prayer service, 7 o'clock. Everybody *

table. I "A friend of France! And < cordially invited to attend. (* .

"Yes I remember him very well," your password?" He waited for hero 8 .L:

she answered. : supply the mystic word. 4

"1 happened that night to get some "Courvoi ler!" she said in a low > EPISCOPAL--Dr. M. M. Fryer 1

,L dope on him" Charlie went on, in entire (f* priest in charge. Sunday school .
; -f-- a4 Z7'.AM.4.9of voice."Good'.
9:45 a. m. morning and >*> I
innocence of the effect his words ; prayer
coowl ivgonuE !? he exclaimed with :.
satisfac- ?> sermon, 11 o'clock evening .
; pray-
her. "He's what
, co1za4i2A7I az'fl.nOT.W lad upon you might tIon.; "The other day to General ?> er and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir re- .* '
I ppI'7: ic/6. 8y 7N OACJLAI call a professional spy-workIng for 11'
Jacques at the fort you offered your > hearsd, 7 o'clock, Wednesday*

. SYNOPSIS. T I the German secret service now. That's services for France," he ventured. evening. Come and worship with .* 1 1K
"Ah m'sieu understand be
, exclaimed why he stuck up for them that afternoon ?> >
"Yes! nodding his head sagely. "But "
i. but be's Busian.
; really a : > A
,: CHAPTER I-<3eorgy Wagstaff. daughter "He wishes now to take advantage S .
do I do not flat
me an Injustice. "
: of Sir George of the British admiralty you "A Russian! Ethel exclaimed, startled of your offer." \2> METHODIST, L. Z. Barr, !
hints at a liaison between her governess. ter. I speak the truth. in of (i .
spite herself by that
Ethel Wllloughby. and Henry All at once the American remem- .A 1 1I sur- "I am ready" she answered quietly.He pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. '*
Ethel denies It. prising news. (?* m. Preaching every Sunday at 4
Btreeunan. proceeded swiftly to the busIness -
bered that he was a newspaper man. "Yes," he continued. "He got kicked in hand. ( 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer

on CHAPTER Ethel and while II-Henry waiting Streetman for her talks calls "Well then have you" seen anythingof out of Russia ten years ago for some "The Germans will be here tonight ( meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 A. -

< to Brewster. Sir George's butler who Is s a war around here? he asked. VI I dirty business. Then he worked for here the road C?* o'clock. Junior Epworth League A
and forks one turn to -
about his failure to get at
"Xo sir!
German spy.
the English against the Boers. Theycouldn't < ) Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior A
admiralty papers In Sir Georges posses- the: right, the other to the left-you
"Neither have IP! Charlie volun-
lion. lie phones to German secret service stand him either-he's an awful know?" Epworth League Sunday evening *
headquarters. teered. "And I've been looking for It rotter. I don't know much about C?*
"It is Important the general says at C:45.; A cordial invitation is *

CHAPTER III-When Ethel appearshe for a week. him after that. Now he's -with theGermans..ou'li that he should know which road the 4?> extended to all to worship with .*
tries to force her to get from Sir "Oh there will be no war here," forgive C bus.
George knowledge of the sailing ordersto my Germans take-whence comes the at .
Christophe assured him. "ft Is always of this he said "but I < :,
the British fleet Though she believes speaking tak. -. You are to inform him 4

him she refuses a French until Instead he threatens of a German her. spy.She like this-just our peaceful little village / thought perhaps as jou're in the admiral's 11 y telephone." .% PRESBYTERIAN Sunday *

We harvest our ; we brew *' School at 10 o'clock + .
begs him to announce their secret marriage crops every Sunday
be to "But will the Ethel
family he might trying they cut wires .
as Georgy Is suspicious but he puts some beer; we make a little wine- .- !' morning. Prayer meeting Wed- +
#>.J. about of the navy'ssecrets. objected. .
her oIL pump you some .
good wine. Monsieur shall sample it s> nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. '*'
"All that he agreed.
CHAPTER IV-At tea Georgy and her and see," he added parenthetically."We "Great Scott! You!" He Cried. they can find, '** Visitors cordially invited to wor- ,*. '.
lover. Guy Falconer tease Sir George. "Oh-thank you for telling me!" she "But last night while the others slept, >
and Streetman makes an awkward attempt go to church on Sunday, we live ship with us. Ladies Aid meets 't. ,
him exclaimed And somehow, we have wire from the fort
more. gratefully. strung a
to talk politics. and die in the quiet sunshine. + the first Sunday in each month. r S'p
Ethel consented to the arrangement she felt the least bit guilty that she to-that: chimney!" By the merest 111),1
There will be no war here. ,
CHAPTER man of New V-Charlle York. entertains Brown newspaper the tea Charlie Brown did not like to break She was immensely relieved that the could not be frank with him. "And le indicated the huge fireplace that . . .t. + + .

party with his views on the threatenedwar quick-witted journalist so readily accepted one thing more-" she added as he projected into the room. ,
man's placid
rudely in the good .
upon -
In Europe. her alias. seemed about to leave her "you won't "Here?" she exclaimed. -- ---
dream. But at the same time he saw
CHAPTER: VI-Guy Falconer declares "Good, good!" their delighted host speak of meeting me here? lIe bowed."I + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + +
that If war comes he will go to Cuba. Hismother no reason for dissembling. If trouble + LEGAL NOTICES 4
and Sir George reprove bin. IIP b'I1e\'d-be considered exclaimed.: "Sweet consomme, eh? You'll promise won't you even thoughI have beneath" my coat a telephone ..
were coming-as "If + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Charlie says Guy is spoofing. it as well that the Innk'ppershould Boiled chicken, an artichoke a bit of can't explain? be continued hurriedly. ...
madame will be good enough to change NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR TADrr:!)
Redmond salad and some coffee-real American "My dear girl he protested "I've
CHAPTER VII-Capt Larry be prepared for it as well as UNDER SECTION II OF CHAPTER 4-H. .
Of the Irish Guards calls on Ethel. The might be."But coffee, without chicory, eh, m'sieu?" been on so many stories, I've interviewed places with me and keep watch, while 1.\WS OF FIORINA. *

two be asks had her been to undeclared marry him.lovers She still and loves now the Germans are coming He was already edging toward the so many people, I've seen so I[ connect the instrument the affair Hereby notice vi"n that T. M.l.rman.\ i
J say purchaser of tat rah> certificate
him but tells h'm she Is married. door that led kItchen ward. to begin much of human nature, that I know will be simple. numhrpHlrespectively
through Belgium he ventured. 226. 227.32: : :!, :!:l1 and JIS: IMW.
CHAPTER VUt-Ethel finds that Larry his preparations for a meal that should pretty well when to print a story and "Of course! Ethel responded.The iv the Tax Collector for Bradford fount?. \.
Henri Christophe picked up the Frenchman stole to the fireplaceand Florida. each of aid certificate. htinir darI
knows Streetman as a German spy and forever perpetuate his inn In the memories when to kill it-and I'll go through for
had wife in Berlin when checkerboard that the two peasants he: 6lh day of Sent.mler, A. I>. 1915. ha filed.
Streetman a
that Inside the wide opening.
of his two guests. want me to. crept the said etrtificates f
married her. The others come In and you any way you in my office ami ha made ,
be had used to amuse themselves and And while his head and shoulders appl cation for tax dtid to i!..m> in accordance
to them comes Sir George with the news "Great! Sounds Immense! Mr. Ethel turned to him impulsively, j
that Germany has declared war on Russia. placed it upon the counter.. vanished momentarily up the chimney with law. The said certificate respectivelyembrace ,
Brown rejoined with enthusiasm. gratefully. the foltamng lands in Bradford eotin-
"Ah no, m'sieu! And even should le busied himself with his work of attaching ty. Florida. asstssed in the names rmprctively .
"Yes. m'sieu immense! That Is "Thank you-you're a dear! she
CHAPTER IX-Guy wants to go at once they our people are good people. They the instrument to the danglingwire hereinafter particularly! set forth ...-.it :
with Larry to enlist After the others go will not touch he said as optimistically your good American word. I told him. Certificate 1':... 226 embrace NE', of SW, '
Ethel wins Larry's consent to have her And at that moment the French within. Sec. 29. Tp. 4. S. R. 20( E.. 49( acre, aHM-.se.! .
shall the Lion spy
such dinner
service work he he could. serve a as low L'nknoun.
assist him in the secret as "All is well? he called in a f
t'. is doing for England. d'Or never has seen before!" And -he of the newspaper-returned. Certificate No. :227!:! embrace the following: "
"Well-I hope not, Charlie agreed. Henri In And. paying scant heed apparently voice, as his deft fingers twisted the Com :210! janlc S of NW ei.r of NEi, "r SFJ, t
CHAPTER X-Streetman again calls -But at least I'd like to see some of disappeared! high spirit ends of the wire. and run S 53 2-3 yds. E. TO yd. N SI: %.3

on Ethel She gets from him an admission the bepgars. It's d--d irritating to After the depressing dullness of the to Ethel and her companion he sat "It Is done," the little man declared. yd.. W. 70( yd to It of beg S..e. 3$. Tp. 5. S.
that he is a German spy. gives bin oast weeks it Indwd pxhilnrntincr R. 21 F.., 2 acres assessed J. II Denmark.Certificate .
false information about the British flVet look for a war and not be able to vvns lIe quickly brushed a few clinging No. 232: embrace EV t>| E'. of

and wins hU consent to her co-operation find it." He rose stiffly from his chair to minister to two appreciative pa articlea of soot from his sleeves. NW with him In his work. She tells Lan? trons. ; a),.. See. 10, TP. a. S. R. 22 Ea-t. 30 BCM.assessed .
of this and agrees to meet him In Brut: and strolled to the cigar counter. "Got "The telephone is in the far corner," C. G. Holland. _

lels. anything to smoke?" he asked leaningover By the time Christophe had vanIshed he explained "beneath some tree Certificate No. 234 embraceV'; of NW1 .

Ethel Wllloughby\ had quite recovered of NE'i. Sec. 11. Tp. 6. S. R. 22:! E. 20 wres.assessed .
CHAPTER XI-In the Lion d' Or Inn at the glass case. The innkeeper branches. It cannot be seen. C. Roy Hathaway. ..t

Courvolsier. Belgium. Larry and a French fumbled inside the showcase and laid her self-possession. And when Ui''J' 1tWIt1i1iI "And what am I to do?" she asked. Certificate No. 245 tmbrace SU of NW'of :".
IPY arrange for a secret telephone In the Charlie Brown SEiJ. Sec. 8, Tp. 7, S. R. 22 K.
inn to forward information about the his wares out for his guest's Inspec- turned to her with a "At the earliest possible momentoftl'r assessed James Clark.lnl.511 20 ams.

German advance. Christophe the. land' tion. lobk of inquiry upon his face she was the Germans arrive and you [ said certificate shall be redeemed according .
lord tells his daughter Jeanne that there ready to meet his scrutiny with a stout 'I//I/ to law. tax deed will issue thereon t
will be no German Invasion of Belgium. "Gosh, Peter! Mr. Brown exclaimedin have found out which road they take, the 6th day of November. A. D. 1917. on ..,

: delight. "And a real cigar counter, heart. call on that Instrument An officer Witness my official signature and teal thla ...

CHAPTER XII. too! Where on earth did you get "You seem surprised-and quite nat I will be waiting every moment from 24th day of September. A. I). 1917. ..'.'

urally" she said "at hearing that man W. T. WEEKS.
that? now on. I have signaled that the con- (SEAL) Clerk ..

Lost-A War! "Oh I was in New York" the other call me Madame de Lorde." nection is made." By R. A. WEEKS. '

A stranger-unmistakably American "Well. that afternoon I knew 9-28-6L D.Puty Clerk. .
told him proudly. "I educated my you I "I understand-and you may dependon "

-pedaled decr>plt bicycle up to theTel'J daughter there. I was a waiter at as Miss Willoughby," he replied. me." she oromlsed.
threshold th. Lion d'Or before BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .
o "But I was then Madame de tonic
the Beaux Arts. Circuit Sourt. Eighth Judicial Circuit of '
he threw a 'eg wearily over the rear Ethel explained glibly. "You see Mr. Florida Bradford county.
Charlie Brown stuck his hand out. (Continued Next Week.) .
L. H. Green
wheel and stood there leaning heavily "
Brown, I'd been married secretly.
The Beaux Arts was one of his special I vs Bill for Divorce
the handle bars and saddle. It "
"Secretly? Stella Green
was Charlie Brown, though his best weaknesses. GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN Notice! to Appear.
"Greetings!" he exclaimed. "And you "There were r'asons-good reasons To Stella
Green Greeting:
friend not have him JUICE
might recognized WITH LEMON
brought this with you?" He looked almost she rejoined. "I could not explain It having been shown by affidavit that the
without some difficulty. He was both defendant Stella Green is '
a non-resident of
what I
they were then; nor can -
that familiar con-
dirty and disheveled, and hot and tired lovingly upon the State of Florida, and that the residence of

well. Dust lay thick his trivance of oak, glass and nickel."I now. Make a Beauty Lotion For A said defendant is unknown and that there is
as upon
1 no person in the state of Florida the serviceof
had wished to Introduce here a i Surely-surely! he acquiesced for
shoes. And now he gazed mournfully Few Cents to Remove Tan a subpoena upon whom would bind the said
little of the American-what you call he had not the slightest desire to pry defendant and that said defendant la over there
Into the inn somewhat
as a
It?-enterprise. And this year I had Into her private affairs. "But whaton Freckles Sallowness.Your of twenty-one ".I'S.
parched wanderer In a desert might It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged -
have looked upon an oasis with Its hoped to purchase a book to registration earth are you doing in this dead- -1 that the said defendant Stella Grn,

in, and little boxes behind for the and-alive spot?" And then in the next do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com -4
of shade and cooling water. 0 has the lemons and .
promise grocer any plaint herein on or before the 3rd day of IV- '
Henri Christophe did not see him at letters and the keys," Christophe add- breath, he exclaimed, as a sudden Inspiration drug store or toilet counter will sup cember. A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree

business has not been came to him "Oh, by George! confesso will be a
ed. "But good. pro entered against the
toward with three of orchard
first for his broad back was ply you ounces said Stella Green. '
How dull You're
me honeymooning .
the street. But he sprang up quickly I lie sighed. white for a few cents. Squeeze the It is further ordered that this notice be pub-
"You're a good sort old man!" Char- of course!" lished in the Bradford County Telegraph
as Mr. Brown called to him In very juke of two fresh lemorfs! into a lot-
lie told him. "I hope If they do come. "Not exactly!" Ethel replied. Just a newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford
bad French- tie, hen put in the orchard white and County Florida. once each week for eight consecutive .

"Musseer le proprietor!" they'll leave you alone. bit lamely, perhaps. "My husband sh.keI.'ell.. This makes a quarter pint weeks. :

It was like music In the Innkeeper'sears. "I hope so, m'sieu," the Innkeeper isn't here-Just now. He had some of the very best lemon skin whiten IN my WITNESS hand and WHEREOF.affixed the seal I have of hereuntoset Cir "

answered. And be breathed a silentprayer business in Brussels but I came on I I"I cp.:: 'Q to...4LJ>>_ and complexion beautifier known cuit Court on this the 25th day of September our ;j
that the Germans would not ahead. A. D. 1917.
"A customer and an American! he l-lapsage this fragrant, creamy lotion' W. T. WEEKS.! .

exclaimed under his breath. "Oui come that way. She had Indeed' left Streetman in Have Beneath My Coat a Tele daily into the face, neck, arms and 92881. (SEAL) Clerk. .

monsieur!" he responded delightedly. At that moment a lady In white the Belgian capital. "Shall you be phone." hands and just see how freckles, tan, 1

"I am very tired," Charlie explained entered from the street and started staying long?" she asked Mr. Brown. sallowness, redness and roughness .
down at a table lighted another cigarette BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .
-though he scarcely needed to dilate across the room toward a door that "No! I'm off in the morning." he diiappear and how smooth, soft and Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of .",
and resumed his intent reading
upon that obvious fact "I desire a led to the chambers above. Informed her. clear the skin becomes. Yes! Its Florida. Bradford County. .

chamber wIth-a bed Immediately." "Bonjour madame! Christophe The Information relieved her vastly. once more. ham less, and the beautiful result Daisy Miller vs Bill for Divorce 1

"Oul, monsieur have a very good said politely. It was his mysterious She had not relished the thought of As soon as he caught sight of the will surprise vou.-Adv. ((98)) C. W. Miller. ... '. t

room, on the mezzanine floor-excellent lodger. And since she paid well having to confess to the American that stranger Charlie Brown warned Ethel Notice to Appear. 'rMl""
with "Ssh!" The !State of Florida to C. W. Miller.Gmting .
for monsieur! Ten francs why he shouldbe a quick
there was every reason Monsieur de Lorde was no other than : &
"It must he nearly time for dinner," It been shown affidavit that the
a day! affable to her. his erstwhile acquaintance of the tea having by
HARDLY Defendant C. W. Miller i k a non-resident of the It"
Madame de Lorde remarked carelessly, COULD
"Ten? said Charlie. "Cheap enough! "Bonjour! the young woman an- party-Henry Streetman. But as a state of Florida and that the residence of said

Go to It!" swered. She did not recognize; her spy In his'majesty's service. Ethel tookas as if their,conversation bcre only upon fondant it unknown and that there is no

And while little Jeanne went to fellow until he approached with trhl.il matters. one in the state of Florida the service of a
prepare guest easily to subterfuge: as a duck to STAND ALONETerrible subpoena uixm whom would bind said defendant -
the room for him, be threw him- outstretched hand. water. She surprised herself often by "That's so. And If we're going to and that said defendant IS over the ae 1

self Into a chair and cast a paper parcel "Great Scott! You!" be cried scarce the readiness with which plausibletales dine together I think I'll go wash up-" of It twenty-one is thtnfore yean.ordered considered and adjudged .

-his sole' baggage-upon the tableIn believing his own eyes. sprang to her lips. or the folks will think I belong here that the said defendant C. W. Miller, ... .

front of him. Beyond a few fresh Ethel Wllloughby-for It was she-" "Oh! Then you won't be able to Mr. Brown said glancing down at the Suffering From Headache, do app'ar-to the complainant's bill of complaint
h..re'n before the 3rd day of lieceniber.
on or -
collars Its contents were negligible."I could not do otherwise than pause. She meet Monsieur de Lorde," she said wreck of his once immaculate new Sideache, BackacLe, and Weak A. D. 1917. in d..fault whereof a decree J

want to po to my room now," starttl at Charlie Brown. with a note of regret "I don't expect Englbh PUit "Oh, I almost forgot my inn ronfetco will be entered against the
he exclaimed. And he ness Relieved by said C. W. Millir.It .
Charlie Informed his host. "I'm deadto vanity bag ,
"How do do Mr. Brown? she him till tomorrow.
you is further I.rd..t that this notice be published .
the world." he had retrieved his parcel from the Says This Texas Lady. -t
Unconsciously said. Her manner was nervous, con- Charlie Brown murmured his regretat paper in the Bradford County Telegraph, anewspaper
lapsed Into his own vernacular. And table where he had dropped it. Then published at Starke. in Bradford
strained. But Charlie Brown did not that circumstance."But county, Florida once each week for eight

then he realized that a Belgian Inn- notice( that in his surprise. lIe took what are you doing h'rer' he went joyfully to his room. Gonzales Tes.- Mrs. Minnie Pull- consent he .epics. I 4
keeper In a country town could by no IN WITNESS WhEREOF I have hereunto *.;
her hand with undisguised delight. Ethel asked him then.
"Perhaps you'vea
him. ; CHAPTER XIII. pot, of this place, writes: "Five years set my hand end affixed the seal of our Cir : "
manner or means comprehend "Imagine meeting you here!" he said secret In your past too?" she added cuit Court on this the I9th day of & ,tembtr.A. !

"Oh how the devil do you say 'I wantto with great good-humor. "I suppose I gayly. ago I was taken with a pain In my D. 1917. J

Der left side.! It right under W. T. KZEKS. !
he was
go to my room' In French? Tag. raj
'This is small world Brown could
ought to say a But Mr. lay claim to 9-21-gt. (Seal) Clerk.
groaned. after all.' no such romantic excuse. Meanwhile Ethel Willoughby, alias left rib. It would commence with an

"But I sir the Innkeeper Madame de Lorde, strolled aimlesslyto aching and extend Into left ;
speak English Henri Christophe had witnessed "Oh I came over looking for a war, up my NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

Interposed. He had a decided their unexpected meeting with all the he explained. the cigar counter and leaned negligently shoulder and on down lato my back. Hereby notice is given that under and by .

accent. It was true. But to Charlie Interest of a curious-minded resident of "And you haven't found it?" against It Her feelings were By that tine! the pain would be so virtue of mad that and certain rendi.final red Ly decree the Judire nf foreclosure of- .

Brown's ears the words were as grateful "Nothing like it at all!" he replied decidedly ' as the sound of a rippling brook a small village. It pleased him moreover and un ':t lnesI.! As It turned out ty. Florida on the 27th day of September. .
"The day after I saw you I got a and suffered usually about three days 1917. in favor of N. L Knight by her next .o:'
hot summer's that his newly found friend from she: found it agreeable to meet Mr.
upon day.
straight tip to beat it for Belgium. I ...I suffered this for three friend D. E. Knight, complainant, and against 1.
"You do? Why didn't you say so?" New York already knew his feminine one-and-a-half Brown. It was a distinct relief to be way years Jennie Lou Noble and her hubband. L. M N'o- .

he demanded. lodger. bought yon cylIndl'r1S4G able to talk to someone against whom and got to be a mere skeleton and was LIe defendants the undentifrned will offer for ".
bicycle, and I've pedaled way for so weak I could hardly stand alona tale in front of the court houe door in Sinrke.! .
"Pardon me, sir!" the politic Inn- ".\b. m'sieu knows Madame de three days till I feel all legs and back. she was under no necessity of beingon Was not able to go anywhere and had Bradford County, Florida. during the !,val ;
keeper begged him. "But so manyAmericans Lorde! That is good good," he murmured her guard. But at the same time, a hours of sale on Monday the 5th Jay of No-
My right name, this minute, is George to let my house work go...I suffered vember. A. D. 1917. to the highest and Lilt
knowledge as he beamed upon them both. matter of business had brought her to .
like to exhibit their awful with a pain in back and I
W. Achewell! And Charlie Brown my bidder fur cash the following real estate town
of French that I have found It Charlie Brown looked first at Henri sat down by the table which Madame Courvolsier and the inn. To be sure, had the headache all the time. I Just : .
wisest never to speak English to an Chrlstopl'e-then back at Ethel again. I Streetman expected to Join her there was unable to do a thing. My life An undivided one-half interest in loU Five '"J
de Lorde her trim
was resting and Seven of Block Eighteen in the Town of fJ
American until I am asked." And an expression of bewilderment elbow. later. But In the meantime Ethel expected was a misery, iny stomach got In an Starke. Also commence at southwest corner :,).

"Say-how did you know I was an spread over his face. to meet someone else first Who awful condition, caused from taking of lot owned by W. H. Riven thence run

American?" Charlie asked him with "Madame' de Lorde?" he said to her "Mr. Brown, Ethel said "you're not that person might be she did not know so much medicine. I suffered so much West along the North line of Madison street "i-,1
English. I am; but you are an Anglo- pain. I had just alout gven! all thirty and one-half feet thence run North on
sudden suspicion. He would have liked questioningly."Yes except that the unknown was a spy hundred five feet, thence Southerly one hundred
Saxon, and you must sympathize' wIth hopes of our getting anything to help .
to know Just what It was about his appearance yes" she answered impatient the allies." in the service of the French.No lying ten fet in the to Northwest the point of Quarter commencement.All of South- ..

that seemed to stamp him as Iy. Ami he perceived then that she "Sure I do!" was hIs prompt re sooner did he find himself alone me.One day a Birthday Almanac was Wl'I't Quarter of Scot. 24. Twp. 6 South. Ranire & '

a Yankee, no matter where he went was decidedly ill at ease. But all that with Ethel than the little Frenchman thrown in ny yard. After readingIts 22 E.. and adjoining said lots S and 7 of Llk .
sponse. 18. above dt'tiCl'twd. 'f e
"Oh! I could tell at once. escaped the pleased Innkeeper. "Then, whatever happens whileyou'r dropped his paper. testimonials I decided to try Car- The lands intended to 1 he di-oenbed above I

The voice the manner. Oh! I "And now I myself will prepare dinner here she continued with aIr "Bonjour madame!" he said. dui, and am so thankful that I did. was the homestead of W. H. Rivera deceased ;'" I
( an and which conveyed by the said W H.
cannot explain. It 13 a something ," Christophe announced. "I'erhaps of great earnestness, "whatever happens "I beg your pardon!" Ethel said. for second I began bottle.to..Improve! am when on well the Riven to Jennie was Lou Riven and Harry Rivera f 1

." Christophe groped, "an air- and madame "Do not look around-st-iy where now a a few months before the death of the said W.
yon dine together I want to remember that I
you woman and feeling fine and the cure
H. Rivers and lying and being in the Town 4
one can never mistake Il"Mr. he told Mr. Brown. am English and that it is England I you are!" the stranger told her crisply. has been permanent for it has been of Starke Bradford County. Florida 'l"

Brown grinned at him. "Why yes, sure-If madame will" serve always. You. will believe All at once it occurred to her that two years since my awful bad health. J. C. POPPELL. .

"Right there with that French 'gaff,' Charlie agreed promptly. So far as he its" this somewhat inferior-looking indlvldual '1 will always pralso and recommend S. CREWS Special Master in Chancery.A. .

aren't you?" he said. was concerned nothing could pleas might be he whom she sought CarduL" Try Cardui today. E 78 Complainant's Solicitor. 10-S-5L .\ 41

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rt":.' RAIFORD. Mrs. H. W. Raiford and her sister; LAKE BUTLER.I I not be aroused, although her heart and I a long life of prosperity. visitors to Starke Monday. ", .
Saturday at breathing were normal. The stork visited the home of Hr. .
; I Miss Lucy Perry, spent I Mr. R. M. Alvarez is '
r. the Fair. i I Messrs. B. D. Kelley and Rance Andrews 4 and Mrs. Theodore Litchfield, leaving f<'ane. It will soon be grindint .

r. Deputy W. W. Baisden was a business Mrs. A. D. Andrews, Mrs. W. I. Rob- The Bradford County Fair was quitea Jr., of Raiford, were in the city a fine girl. time everywhere. cane rriMr--

; .. visitor to Raiford Wednesday. erts and Miss Maud Roberts made the success. Each year it improves and Monday on business. I Mr. A. B. Surrency was a business Mr. W. F. Harnage :
; : Mr. W.; L. Johns, of Woodstock, trip to Gainesville Saturday to visits there was an immense crowd from all i I Among the young men that left this visitor to Starke Friday. Valdosta, Ga., Friday. a
in Raiford with hi over the state that attended. The ex-' place in the draft Monday to to Columbia :Miss Bernice Parker 1iIr.
,, r spent Wednesday Mrs. R. B. Roberts, who recently un I go is spendingthis :\ J. A. Harnage was "'
;. ; family. derwent an operation of a very serious I hibits were certainly grand. Perfect l S. C., were Messrs. Willie Williams !- week with her sister, who has been visitor to the county seat Tg a
order during the week, not i
f Bryan-Dowling. nature, and who hopes to soon be again prevailed i and Lester Roberts. very ill.Messrs.. )Ir. S. Norman and ;
the least thing happening to mar the I A letter was received this week by G. W. Hazen daUghter :.
< Sunday afternoon at three o'clock,, among her friends here. and H. Gainey visitors to Lake Butler
Gunter of Jacksonville pleasure of any one. Every one enjoyed I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper from their wpre visitors to Starke last Saturday.
: in the presence of a large circle of Mr. and Mrs. Ury Monday.Mr. Mr.\ Leon Conner and Miss .ij.
,. friends and well wishers, Miss ,AliceE. : spent the week-end in Rai- themselves and are anxious for :I I son, Ellsworth, who is "Somewhere in P. M. Barefoot is on the sick Crosby were visitors to Lake .
the roll around for the Fair
time to to
France." lIe stated that he well list this week.
Dowling was married to Mr. St. was He is suffering froma Saturday. 1.,
Clair Abrams Bryan by Mr. Jno. A. ford.Messrs.. J. T... Andrews, C. 0. Cart open again. I IIr. and getting on fine, and that he was severe cold and a bad hand which he Mr.: and Mrs. F. M. Norman

l Brooks. The bride is the youngest: roll and W. T. Andrews, of Lake Butler :\ J. L.Ioran, who is connected enjoying it. He stated that the scen- bruised cranking car. son and two daughters Levy and_ :

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Dowl were in town on business Satur- with the government work at Black ery there is grand and that Old Glory The Ladies Aid Society met at the | Misses Lizzie and Lottie, and &I-; .i
Point, was a guest last week of his looks there. Thereare home of Mrs. attended
certainly good over Nabb last
ing while Mr. Bryan is the youngest: day. Wednesday Fair at'Lake Butler '
son of bit J. P. Bryan, of his place Among those to visit the Fair Sat- brother, Mr. W. R. Moran, who lives i two other boys from Lake Butlerin evening. Several of the members were Baptism and church were 'P"""

I Mr Bryan very recently purchased I urday were Lacy Cason, C. B. Cason, near here. the same company, George Richardand present and had a good meeting. Will tended Sunday and Sunday wen 'il'
I the business:: of L. Sapp] of ll :. place,,Perla Whitten, Mamie Denmark, Avery Lake Butler Bakery was certainly Leaman Rivers. They also are meet next Wednesday afternoon at the Emanuel. Those baptizedweh.J night at'!!!
F business. Futch Herbert kept busy Fair week. They furnishedthe well and hearty. home of Mrs. M. Matheny.. All Morrell: ]gw
; and is enjoying a good | Tyson, Sidney McKinney and :Messrs. :
Besides the immediate families oi:' Ritch, Raymond Norman, Ruby Byrd, multitude with bread and Mike I Mr. T. F. Rivers wept to Jacksonville members should be present at this Alvarez and Carl Norman. finfg.. .
f the fishes. Chief Baker L. C. Smith
. the contracting parties, the following] ; Leila Byrd, Shepherd Moore, Vesta Wednesday on business.The meeting. Come and bring some one I School is progressing nicely '

, 'well known Bradford county people s I I i Reynolds, Eva Byrd and Jess Reyi kept the oven full night and day. I High Springs brass band was with you.Brooker. derbilt. It Vaa.-";.
I Among the extra help at the bakerywas much enjoyed by the people here was well the T'",
were among those present: M. W. i nolds. very represented at Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter
' :h Mann and family, B. J. Roberts and: I Mr. J. R. Dowling spent the week- Mrs. C. A. Triest, of Waldo, the I Fair week. Their playing was re County Fair at Lake Butler Friday I, children were visitors in this and seed tYi'
mother of Mr. Smith and Mr. W. W.
i markably fine though but or and Saturday.
family, of Worthington, Joe Dowling,,, end in Raiford. a young Sunday.
H Jr., and family of Jacksonville, J. R Mr. H. W. Raiford state prison in Packham, of Theressa, his brother-in- I ganization.Mr. Miss Mary Mott spent part at last I Mr. S. P. Yarborough and

f Dowling and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. spector, was in town for the week-end. law.Prof.. E. R. L. L. Copeland, representing the week with relatives in Gainesville and Sallie and Myrtie Norman attended Xissa&t
Poppell, superintendentof
' C. Jones, W. I. Roberts and family, T. A. C. Crews, of Graham, spent Sun- Pacific Mutual Insurance Co., of Los Alachua. I IIr. Fair at Lake Butler Sa turday. '

w; J. Andrews and family, Jeff Dowlingand day in Raiford visiting relatives. public instruction of Bradford county Angeles, Cal., was in our city last :\ Wiley Williams and son, Joseph, I Mrs.\ J. S. Sapp and children |
in last week. _
;J. family, J. H. Denmark and family,, Mr. Joe P. Dowling and family, of was our city week. of Worthington, were here on business Sunday with her sister, Sits '
I Prof. W. A. Dobson, former EIIt
, A. L. Crews and family, J. E. Dowlingand Jacksonville, spent the week-end in super- last Saturday. Haislop. ,
.' I family, J. L. Bryan and family, of f, Raiford. inaendent of public instruction of Ba I Mrs. A. J. Pinholster and Grandma Mr.: Roy Tnomas was ?
( ker but in the 8ROOKER- a
county, now government
; 1 Baker county, Geo. Dyal and family,,, I Misses Perla Whitten and Mamie Baxter are Visiting relatives at Trento ;,' this section Sunday.: Sa
service here last ,
j Wednesday. t
i W. A. Sparkman and family, IIar,1 y j Denmark spent the week-end in Lake was nthis week. i iMr. II Mrs. L. L.
> Sapp and little
Mr. Walter Finkley, of Charleston, I son, '
,.w f Byrd and family, A. D. Andrews and t. Butler visiting friends. Eldon Baxter an employe of the: j I II liam ?
S. C., was visiting his sister, Mrs. Rev. N. T. King, of Starke, preached, visited at the home of Sit
... family, :Misses Loc Cason, Miriam t Miss :Miriam Adkins spent the week- Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist I Seaboard, is home for a few days with : Mrs.: Jack Crosby Sunday.
Kennedy, last week. :
-I Adkins :Mamie Denmark and HomeiTTifo end in Raiford. ]i his parents, -Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bax Mrs. .
church at this place. Rev. King has Emma Reddish, two
i Mr. J.1.. Smith, of Jacksonville
1. anA, '- f-imiltr........" .nml'... -.TOP-- _TJirVnnl m.._.' .nnd.-- I Mr. J. C. Byrd spent the latter part I friends here, who are always ter.Dr. and two sons spent uaugnan,
representing the Detroit Automatic many Sunday at
': Carefoot made the
: family. ,of the week in Raiford. a professionalI home
of Mr. L.
I glad to see him come. L. Conner.
Scale Co. in last
,r5 f f ,Mr.*W. H. Andrews and wife aCCt'iili Rev. E. C. Wells conducted the reg- orders., was our city Friday I Supt. Poppell made a business visit I visit to Brooker Tuesday. Miss Geneva Sapp spent
Miss Nannie Andrews, ular services at the Raiford Baptist Mrs. L. Greene is on the sick list SUlldaJ\
with her
.t i panied by Mr. J. D. Cobb the representativeof to the school on last Thursday. I|: again.3fesdames. cousins, Misses: Louise 11I4.
p ; to Jacksonville Wednesday. church Sunday. I Mr. Tom Harris, of Antioch, spent Reba Haislop. '
the Valdosta :Manufacturing Co. in
w..... i Mrs. J. H. Denmark, Mrs. W. !;. I Mrs. J. F. White, of Lawtey, and Sunday here. I I L. A. Brown, G. W. Ha- i Miss Inez '
;. Whitten and Mrs. A. L. Crews wereamong !; :Mrs. S. A. White, of Jacksonville, the cotton department, after a tendays' I Miss Eunice Robinson spent the zen, A. A. Hazen and E.1.. Hazen'i 'i ii and Ha stop spent Saturd
rest is again in the market, Sunday with her grandma.
I. those in Starke on business last spent Sunday visiting Mr. and :Mrs. pay j weekend with her parents in Starke. i i were shopping in Gainesville last''
i top prices. 1 -
; Thursday. --
t 'I Wednesday. W. H. Andrews. i Prof. Giiffis has moved his family ;
Mrs. J. D. Alderman anal child of '
Roadmaster S. A. .\ STARKE WOMAN'S:
,. Mr. W. 1. Koberts and family! laid I Rev. McCord spent Saturday in Rai Jacksonville, was visiting relatives i in If here from Starke. They have rooms ,I Bryan passed EXPER.3IENCE. )
through .
.; Mr. J. C. Jones and family were among ford.Mr. town last week. ((with T. C. Hazen and are doing light i our burg Saturday. j ji
Rev. N. T. Walters
will fill his
II Ii! tJ those to visit the Fair Wednesday. Joe Marr, of Lawtey, was a vis housekeeping. reg- ] -
Sheriff W. J. Epperson and ular here
il Among those to visit the Fair last itor in Raiford Saturday. family .Irs. I. W. Pinholster! Jr., spent appointment next Saturday i ij II Can you doubt the evidence of
here Fair eek. I and Wi
were ; Sunday. A cordial invitation
: TJtarsday were J. H. Denmark, B. D. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pinholster spent Tuesday in Lake Butler. j, is \ Starke woman? '.
:Major E, Matthews, editor of the extended to all. !
-1' Andrews, J. L. Whitten and Misses Sunday in sake Butler visiting vela Bradford County Mr. B. Parker and family, of LaCrosse i: You can verify Starke endorsement'
Telegraph Anyone
accom wishing subscribe to the
. Helen Nauright, Ruby Byrd and J. E. rives i spent Sunday with relatives I II Read this: s
panied by his wife and little son, attended Bradford County Telegraph will please
Dowling. Miss Ruby Roberts the week Mrs.
spent here. Lucy Hemingway, W. Call |
the Fair last week. I give their subscription to the Brooker ttt
.j r Marshal S. B. Denmark together end in Lake Butler. Mrs. B. N. Smith and little son, I Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Osteen, of correspondent. For a limited time you'' says, "I suffered from lame >andtcfc.:

. .. 'with A. D. Andrews and Wj H. Andrews Mr. J. G. Crews, of Long Bridge, Hugh, were the guests of Mr. and :\Irs.R. Gainesville, spent a few days of last can get four years subscription for $5. ing back and could hardly get aronnd,

I were in Starke on business Fri- was in town Monday.Mrs. E. Dell Fair week. Mrs. Smith is week here with relatives. i For $2 you can secure a y ear's Bubo It hurt me to stoop and lift and [

day. Louis Taylor went to Jacksonville a sister of Mrs. Dell. Albert Shaw had the misfortune t ; scription to the Telegraph and securea felt miserable. My kidneys didn'\ $

... .'DIr. Roy Simmons, of Sanderson, Monday to join her husband, who Mr. B. Feinberg, manager of the CutPrice r break his arm Monday morning, a fine chart which is described elsewhere I right and caused me a lot of annoy.'

.. was a visitor Friday. is employed by the Jacksonville Traction Store, made a trip to Savannah cranking his father's car. Albert seems in this issue. ance. Doan's Kidney Pills brow

; Stftsrs. D. M. and B. M. Byrd, prom- Co. Sunday, returning Monday., rather unlucky but we hope he will ,I ,' relief from the first and soon tIt!

. .'inent farmers of Baker county, were Mr. R. B. Roberts, of Worthington, Mr. E. Klondes, proprietor of the I soon be well again. tii aches and pains in my back left asj

; p s in Raiford on business Friday. was a business visitor Monday. Lake Butler restaurant, spent a.fewdays Those who attended church at Mil- !;!, VANDERBILT. the other symptoms disappeared.?'

Mr. J. A. Brooks was a business vis- Mr. in Jacksonville the first of the i Still Uses Doan'sOver
J. L. Harrell, of Sapp, was i in : ler from here Sunday were, Mr. and 'I
itor in Starke three years later, Mrs. $ :
Friday. week on business. iMrs. P. M.: Barefoot and em
town daughter
A very Tison, who is attending schoolin i Monday. The carnival operatedat j Inez Mr. and The farmers have mostly got their ingway said: "I occasionally:(
that Mrs. L.
Mr. A. S. Taylor, of Folkstoa; Ga., company I Johns, H. C. cotton hauled off. Doan's Kidney Pills
Starke, spent the week-end at home. I II as a preventmof
I Fair grounds last week, have Surrency, Blanche and Summer Ah-
was a business visitor Monday.Rev. I Mrs.: W. F. has
Rev. W. L. Overstreet spent a few : Harnage returned kidney trouble and they keep ,na>
opened near the Union andthey '
hours$ in Raiford Friday. W. L. Overstreet was in town up depot drews. from a visit to Georgia. in good health." |
Tuesday. will stay for a week longer, until Cards have been received here announcing Mr.: F. M. Norman *
Messrs. Ernest Wills and Jim the '' was a visitor fo Price GO cents at all dealers. Don\
next Fair
Browning, of Lawtey, were in Raiford I J. T. Andrews, of Dukes, was i in Mr. and Mrs.opens P. M.up nearby. the marriage of Miss Nellie the Vanderbilt school :\\Ionda). simply ask for a kidney remedy fg
carried ,
Friday.Mr. town Tuesday.B. Nabb to Mr. Frank Tracy, of Jackson fir and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp were busi- Doan's Kidney Pills-the same t&
their little daughter to the hospital i in 'ville.Iiss
Jno. McCormick was a business D. Kelley and J. E. Byrd spent Jacksonville Tuesday. She had been at this place,Nabb's and she former has home friends was ress visitors to the county seat Tues- Mrs. Hemingway has twice publid|

visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. Tuesday in Lake Butler business. many day. recommended. Foster-Slilbura Ca;
on asleep for hours
nearly sixty and could who wish them
much happiness, and Mr. Ellery Sapp and mother were Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((3 Sj|

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$7.50 Ladies' Silk Skirts and all colors Ien'slIals ___$1.39
Stripes _____$4.49Children's Sjl --------- up.
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Coats, all sizes, latest styles, ---____=__$1.98 up. A line of Ladies' Hats to be given; away for half Lard ON GROCERIES. 1f

Men's Suits, $20.00 value, genuine worsted and serges $12.98 of what you will have to pay elsewhere. Best good grade -------------------------______21c lb.

Men's Work Shirts -----------------------_________43c. Fl ced-lined Underwear self-rising Flour, 24 Ib. sack ---;-------------___$1.6-1. i
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