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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916. NUMBER 23. I:

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HIGH COST OF LIVING WILL. COME UP r 2 ROUMANIANS.... LOSING GROUND FAST


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Delivered His THANKSGIVING DAY BASKET HIGH SCHOOL STARS WILL Roumanians
President Wilson Give Up BucharestIn :
BALL GAME.On SHINE TODAY.

Message in Person to Both READ NEXT WEEK'S% TELEGRAPHNext Face of Advancing Ger

Thanksgiving day the Green No one can accuse life at Starke
of Congress. man Armies.ENDEAVORING"
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Houses Cove basket ball team played the High School of being dull these days.

Starke high school boys on our campusAs Everyone has had just piles of workto -
HIGH PRICES WILL BE DEALT this was a holiday a large crowd, week's issue of the Telegraphwill advertisements will make nothing but I do the past week, but no one has TO CUT OFF
including a good representation from be our Christmas edition. It will bona fide claims, and you may safely been quite so busy as the stars who

WITH IN SPECIAL MESSAGE Green Cove, came out to witness the consist of twenty-four pages-the big- trust the advertiser to give you the are due to come before the footlightsthis THEIR ESCAPE TO NORTH

game between these two popular gest paper issued in Bradford county. best goods at the lowest prices.A afternoon. A double header of -

HIGH COST teams. Liberal advertising patronage will en- feature which will be of much basket ball will be played today when ACTIVITY SHOWN
REFORMS IN
REGION
RAILROAD Starke's line-up was as follows: Col- able us to issue a number of that size, interest to many, will be letters to the two fast teams made up of the

OF LIVING ARE AMONG NEWISSUESAPPROPRIATIONS ley, Speer, Thomas, Beasley, Wall; and in return for this patronage we Santa Claus from children. The little girls and boys of Starke High will AROUND ASTIR-EACH OF

TO- substitutes, Carr Colley, Jim Kickliterand intend to print a much larger edition ones, in their trustful innocence, ask meet those of Palatka and Raiford. ARMIES CLAIM SUCCESS IN
than the usual, and distribute the the dispenser of Christmas I
sur-
BILLION AND A Wilbur Scott. generous And-all this can be seen for the beg- THIS CAMPAIGN
TALLING OVER At the close of this exciting game plus as sample copies to nonsubscribers. gifts for just what they wish-and garly sum of twenty-five cents. A MACEDONIAN -

HALF DOLLARS TO BE MAD:1 Starke's score was found to be 27 to when Santa Claus sees the appeals in good cure for the blues, if you have OPERATION PROGRESSING
Green Cove's 11.THANKSGIVING. The edition of December 15th will the Telegraph, it may be supposedthat them.
contain, beside a repletion of news, he will make an extra effort to I -
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-Congress BERLIN, Dec. Bucharest, capi-
EXERCISES BY several pages of selected Christmas please. '
reconvened today for a short session, PRIMARY GRADES.On literature and, what will be of interestto We hope this Christmas number, 18 FLORIDIANS RATED AT tal of Roumania, has been captured, '
it
facing railroad reforms and the high every reader, a large number of which will cost us no little effort to OVER A MILLION EACH Ploechti was officially the reported today. t ,
advertisements which will enable themto will be important railway
issues and con- produce, appreciated by our
cost of living as new Wednesday before Thanksgivingthe plan their siege on the stores. The readers. junction town, thnty-six miles north- ,
fronted with unprecedented estimates, primary grades of the Starke pub- Income Tax Paid by 187 Single west of Bucharest, also has been ta-

aggregating over a billion and a half lic school gave a Thanksgiving pro-
dollars to meet the expenditures of gram in the high school auditorium.. % ...n Men in State-State Not ken.Although reports from Turkish sources
A number of parents and visitors were last night claimed the troops of
for the fiscal of love liMe is and
year
I the government present and much favorable commentwas Lacking in Rich Class. the central powrrs were within. less

heard on'the efforts of the small 'Anil like than eight miles of Bucharest, the
1918.How t brie
to expedite work is a problemthe for the chief
people. A free-will offering force of the Teutonic thrust
and WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 27.- appears -
leaders are trying to solve Christ- poor was taken, which amounted to them candies
they may decide to shorten the the $3.50 and same will be used to help l of Internal Revenue, just made pub- capital. The, Macedonian operationsof
week and fix
mas holidays to one dress some needy little children. lic indicates that the entente allies are progressing
instead So stee.p Florida has 18 mil-
of the house at ten ,
time ,
meeting The following program was carriedout lionaires and multi-millionaires. Manyof favorably. The thrust developed by
of twelve o'clock. : And alt come croun ( these are of the multimillionaireclass the Serbians in the region of Monastir
Three new senators took their seatsin Piano Trio-Ruth Poppell, Florence is being pressed vigorouslj. r(
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congress today, Swatson of Indiana, 10 you go3 uldleGT judging by the income taxes
Andrews, Frances Colley. which
they to the
Fernald, of ,Maine, and Kirby of Ar- Exercises by Mrs. Hamrick's kin- 30y$. Counting pay government. NEW STOCK OF WAGONS.We .
5 cent
kansas. The democrats confer tomor- per as an averageof
dergarten. income Florida has at least 18 mil- have l.
received
presidentpro just another
of
row on the matter a new Piano Solo-Florence Andrews. carload -
late Sen- lionaires and multi-millionaires, for 18 of the reliabb '
tempore, to succeed the Piano Solo-Frances Colley. I wagons we have
t ator Clarke of Arkansas. Both houses Piano Solo-Ruth Poppell. Floridians paid income taxes this yearon I handled for years. Single and dou-
adjourned out of respect for the late Exercises by Lower First Grade: incomes of $50,000 and over. Last ble. Your inspection invited. *
: Senator Clarke and Rivers, the resi- year only 10 Floridians paid taxes on J. W. ANDREWS & SON. '
Thanksgiving Acrostic; Song, "My
dent commissioner from Porto Rico. incomes of $50,000 or over, which -- ----

I The address of President Wilson will Kitty.Exercises by Advanced First Grade. _. --- shows that the Florida crop of millionaires ARTIFICIAL PRICE: MAKING.
_: is on the increase. A gain of 8 I -
f received tomorrow. t
be Andrews and
Piano Duet-Florence
!: The high cost of living and the steps Mary Canova. The little folks of Starke and Brad- us by December 12th to go into the millionaires and multi-millionaires in! What is needed to lower the cost of

\ the Federal government can take to Exercises by Second Grade. ford county are invited to let Santa issue of December 15th, and this is one year is a notable index of pros- living is not an embargo on exporting

f control them overshadowed all other Recitations Eugene Matthews, Claus know what they want throughthe the issue that they must be printed in perity in Florida. I goods, but an embargo or. storing k
; issues with the convening of Congress Owen Griffin David Mitchell. columns of the Telegraph. Write because we are going to print a beau- The annual report of the Commis- them; not an embargo on selling them,

, 3, today. There is a strong possibility Song, "Over, the River"SecondGrade briefly and plainly and address your tiful picture of Santa Claus and a lot sioner of Internal Revenue, shows that but an embargo on hiding them.
) ;'y 1hat President Wilson will deal with letter to "Santa Claus," in care of the of things about Christmas in this 1,618 citizens of Florida paid income What sent coal in New York to $20a
, : address rather Boys.Exercises and write the Don't taxes this year. Of these 1,360 were ton? Not a coal shortage. Not
'this subject in a special Third Grade. Telegraph, Starke. Be sure number of paper. forgetLet a
by
; than include it in his regular ar Recitation, "The Goblins Will GetYou" soon, because the letters must reach Santa Claus hear from you. married, 87 are single men, 71 were labor shortage. Not a car shortage.
; J dress tomorrow. single women and 5 were married But a conspiracy of the dialers.!
, -Isla Poppell. women who rendered separate returns. I We now read cf a Chicago man who v4
\ PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR. Song, "PilgrimIaid" Second One paid taxes on incomes of over has stored up seventy-two million

. Grade. $500,000. That income is equivalentto eggs not for, legitimate purposes of +

s ; 5 per cent on fortunes of $10,000- trade, but in ord<-r that he may create ;
On the 28th ult., the ladies of the MORE LAND MARKS GONE. famine
l a and reap the blood
000.The money
; Presbyterian church held an unusually following figures, made publicby 'profits thereof. He simply removed j

tsuccessful, bazaar. There was a ready Several more old trees, which serv- the Commissioner of Internal Reve- I seventy-two million eggs from the
tale! for all their beautiful display of ed as landmarks to nightly wassailers nue, show the incomes in Florida on world's visible source of supplies. The

',. fancy and useful articles, also the eat- before Starke was built up, have been which taxes were paid this year: farmers got ten cents a dozen; he

able dainties. removed during the week. They were -- Incomes of $3,000 to $4,000-450 !expects fifty; yet the eggs are worth y
An autograph quilt, made by Mrs. all gnarled and ragged, threw no shade Incomes of $4,000 to $5,000-293. no more now than they were then.
.:: J. M. Truby, was on display in one of and could not even be used to hang a Incomes of $5,000 to $10,000-557. I Another item in ':.he daj'a news is

the front windows and attracted a man on. One stood at the corner by COUNTY SOLONS STEAMER TORPE- Incomes of $10,000 to $15,000-557. that butter has sold for forty-two

, great deal of attention. This quilt I the Bradford County Abstract Co., an- Incomes of $20,000 to $25,000-31. I cents, wholesale, on the Eljrin Board x
a'. was made of blue and white material other in front of A. M. Darby's resi- 'Incomes of $25,000 to $30,000-26. I of Trade. Th s fault may lie there-
1; and the names were written with indelible dence, one in front of J. W. Morgan'sstore DECEMBER MEET DOED TUESDAY Incomes of $30,000 to $40,000-14. 'a Federal investigation of the Boardof

ink. There were 566 auto- and one in front of E. E. Ca- ; Incomes of $40,000 to $50,000-8. Trade is pi omised-and it may be

graph names-many of them coming nova's lot, near the corner of Call and Incomes of $50,000 to $70,000-9. due to the high cost of feed and sup- { '
" from distant states. For each name Walnut streets. The last was a china- Incomes of $75,000 to $100,000-5. plies-the res It of manpulation. It
i .r' Mrs. Truby received ten cents. After berry tree, and before the advent of NOT LENGTHYADJOURNED U.S.SAILORDEAD Incomes of $100,000 to $150,000-2. is not the farmer who is to blame, but

's, 'the quilt was sold it was found that air rifles the robins used to light in the Incomes of $150,000 to $200,000-0. the middleman; not the actual value,
t 'it netted the sum of $66.45. tree on frosty mornings and acquire a Incomes of $200,000 to $250,000-0.I but the artificial cost that is makinglife
The total amount netted from the regular Jacksonville jag by eating the Incomes of $250,000 to $3fOOOOO.Incomes a rich man's luxury.No .
: bazaar This will TO MEET AGAIN STEAMER PALERMO HAD 47
was $157.45. money fermenting berries. of $300,000 to $4 Ooo0-1. wonder: Mrs. Harrison, of Chicago .
; be used to make one of the final payments ON DECEMBER FOURTEENTH AMERICANS ON THE SHIP 'Incomes of $400,000 to $500,000-1. cries but in agony, "Open the

,i. on the new manse.SMITHADAMS.. MOORE vs FAIRCLOTH.Prof. Incomes of $500,000 to $1,000,0001Incomes cold storage houses and pull down the Y:

" of $1,000,000 and over-0. cost of living!" She is paying fifty

f- J. E. Moore, of the Lake But- BRADFORD CO. BANK, BANK OF WAS ITALIAN STEAMER WITH A very striking increase in the num- per cent more for food products than
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\ ler High School, had occasion, the oth- STARKE, BANK OF LAKE BUT. CREW OF Al\IERICANS-OIL ber of large fortunes in the country at they are worth-measure them by ;
': On Wednesday afternoon, November29th to chastise sister of Geo. D. large is indicated by the report. A I what economis standards you will. i
er day, a LER CHOSEN FOR CO. FUNDS. TANKER TORPEDOED.
Mr. Leon Smith and Miss Kate Faircloth. Faircloth became greatly special column is included in the year's Why? Because a few block from her

Adams were united in marriage at the offended over the matter and went to report for incomes of $1,000,000 and house there are great warehouses containing -

: home of the bride's parents, Mr. and the school and beat up the teacher. The board of county commissionersmet MADRID, Dec. 5.-The Italian ship over. Last year the highest classifi- hundred of thousands of cases -
t Mrs. Geo. Adams, Rev. Sheppard, of Prof. Moore swore out a warrant in regular session December 4th, Palermo, with twenty-five Americanson cation was of incomes of $500,000 and of eggs; a million pounds of fish;

the Methodist church performing the before County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner with all members present. board, was torpedoed off the coastof over of which there were only 174. a million pounds of butter; and many

J ceremony.The against Faircloth, on a charge of as- Minutes of last meeting adopted. Spain. This year taxes were paid on 209 incomes million cases:of fruits and vegetablesnot
marriage was a very simpleand of $500,000 to ,$1,000,000 andon for sale, but for famine!
sault and battery. Faircloth was given Ordered that the registration offi- One sailor, reported to be an Amer-
quiet affair and only intimate 120 incomes of l,000,000and over. Of what avail to stop the shipments
a hearing before Judge Gardiner cers for each election district be paid ican was injured by a shell and died -
f. friends and relatives were present; Thursday forenoon. He pleaded guilty $5. I in a hospital at Palafrugel, Spain, In other words, the incomes of $500- to Europe and allow the shipments to

however, a great deal of interest has and was fined $25 and costs. The Bonds of all the county officers where the survivors were landed, and 000 and over increased in the year storage? The farmers get barely a

centered in this marriage, as both con- moderate fine was on account of defendant's elected November 7th last were pre- three others were seriously woundedby from 174 to 329. fraction of the increase; with half of '
: tracting parties ace so well and favor- only about 17 years. sented and approved.The the torpedo. I their markets cut off, they would be i'
ably known. The bride was attired age Bradford County Bank, Bank of NATIONAL PROHIBITION RALLY ruined-but the mainpulator would
in a beautiful bridal dress of white Starke and Bank of Lake Butler DAY. not be touched. Even when corn was
IN JUDGE GARDINER'S COURT. were
silk crepe de chine with drapings of for all NEW YORK, Dec. 5.Informationhas ten cents a bushel, he made money.
designated as depositories coun-
white satin and silver lace, while her and school funds and it ordered been received here from Montreal He always d qees.
was -
going away suit was blue silk poplin. Two men, both white, had a hear- ty furnish that he British oil tank steamship Pa- Next Sunday evening, December10th The government that regulates rail-
that each of said banks a
>f. The bride is an accomplished young ing before County Judge Geo. A. Gar- bond of to the commis- lacine, has been torpedoed in the Eng- at 7 o'clock, there will be a temperance roads must regulate storage specu-
county
$5,000
;- lady diner Tuesday on charge of lish channel. rally of all the churches in
] belonging to an excellent fam- a carry- sioners and another bond of $5,000 to lation. The go\ernment that prevents
; ily. Mr. Smith is an industrious farmer ing concealed weapons. the school board.J. the Methodist church. The program restraint of trade must also prevent
of the west end section. The at- The first, Rob Norman, pleaded not will be varied and interesting. Amongthe withholding of food.

:: tainments of mind and heart of his guilty and a jury to pass upon his asked. M.that Truby the line and James for public Hornsby road RESOLUTION OF THANKS.Be features will be a demonstrationby To the great majority of.people the t

'; -; bride will make her an excellent help- case was empaneled, consisting of the the board at their last the children of the Loyal Temperance fact that our commerce is greater, and
granted by
niata. The many friends of the young following well known men: J. B. be to-wit Be- it resolved by the teachers of Legion, talks by a number of more money is in circulation, and labor ,
meeting investigated, : I I
couple join in Brown, J. A. J. McKinney, R. A. New- prominent business men and by the
wishing them a long at the Starke and Bradford county, assembled, that we is better paid than ever, only
ginning point on
t t and happy married life. som, 1'\. J. Jones, 0. Gardiner and H. a road and running easton tender our thanks to the people of pastors of the churches. Special mus- 'I:manifests itself in increased prices;
S. Hilliard. They brought in a ver- Lawtey public ic by the joint choirs, including a vio- the
urf the line between sections 22 and 27 Brooker for their kindness and un- to professional man whose fees
NO PLACE LIKE FLORIDA. dict of not guilty, and Norman was 6-22 to intersection with the Starke bounded hospitality to us while engaged lin selection by Miss Doris Law, Mrs. are no higher,-to the retail merchant
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discharged.Fred and road. CommissionersJ. in the work of the institute. Nelle Hughes, accompanist. whose percentage remains the same,

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Jones, of Wauofiy Davis pleaded guilty and was L.Middleburg Underhill and S. T. Dowling were (Signed) S. S. DOWLING, A cordial invitation to be presentis to the landlord whose property brings
Va., have arrived in Starke and I fined $25 and costs, the low fine being i appointed to investigate said line and CARL SCAFF, extended to aU.BAPTIST. .no more rent, to the millions of men

are tie guests of Mrs. Amanda Jones, on account of defendants extreme report their findings to the board at (MRS.) J. C. POPPELL, and women whose work commands no
Mrs. Jones' youth and other extenuating circum- Committee.W. higher emolument, the astonishing
aunt, at her home, Call their meeting December 12th. CHURCH.
and Broadway streets. They will then stances. The board adjourned until Decem- prosperity of this country is nothing

take a trip to Princeton, on the East ber 12th, at which meeting the bondsof 0. W. MEETING.All I less than a cut in salary.
Coast, to visit a sister of Mrs. Jones: TWO CARS STOCK COMING.I the banks selected as depositoriesof Services were not quite so large on Pictured as a pigmy between two

Mr. Jones formerly owned a farm in county funds will be received.W. last Sunday, but the interest was goodat I great giants of capital and labor,

the Alfalfa settlement, which he sold, am leaving Kerrville, Texas, for T. WEEKS, Friends Camp No. 138, Wood- both. Two were received at the whose increased wages and increased

then moved to Virginia and bought a Starke December 11th with two Clerk and Auditor. men of the World, will meet tonight morning hour and one given the handof profits he must pay, Mr. Ultimate
farm there. But having once"tastr on (Friday) at their hall. Election of of- fellowship at the evening service. Consumer is terrorized by a still more
the sweets of Florida's climate, he has. carloads of young mules and horses. There were 100 at Sunday school formidable,monster: th Mrs. Susan Voorhees of Jackson- ficers for the 1917 will be held.
ytar
Will arrive December 18th. Per-
decided to sell his Virginia property' about and a good B. Y. P. U. speculation modern giant of the
+ n anfc become a citizen of this HCtioa. -. sons in need of ,horses or mules are ville, was a week end guest at the All members requested to be present. There will be the usual services at I bean stalk. Is he to be destroyed, or -**

The many friends of Mr. and invited to look this stock over and get home of her niece, Mrs. G. C. Living- GEO. L. MASSEY, both the usual services next Sunday.The are the people to hear the intolerable '

JIra. Jones are glad over their return.I I my price. SID PETERSON. ston. Council Commander. public is invited. burden torever-Pensacola Journal
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ii, r. scholars and Miss Virgie Thomas instructs UNCLE SAM PUTS SAN DOMINGO I ; : f
them. The road to the springswas UNDER RULE OF U. S. NAVY :..
fine.
At a place called Little Springs lives I aAn
Step Found Necessary to Reestablish
THE MAN ON THE ROAD
Mr. Dubose, who has a bathing houseof I
Turbulent Blacks.
his own near the church. He sold Order Among
I II his crop of cotton, 4,000 pounds, for appropriate gift ; i
By W.s\ V. Mack 15 cents per pound, also had thirteen WASHINGTON, Dec. 5.Militaryrule
} I hogs fattening, with about two score has been proclaimed in Santo Do- for everyone on your list- >
more in the woods. I put up at Mr. mingo by the United States navy to r
I I J. Mott's while at Worthington. Mr. in the
Y suppress existing political chaos
who is
From grandmother, not too old
..1 Mott has a fine place, all new and he little republic and pave the way for ta j
: I Lulu, Columbia county, was my next long and prosper. keeps about eight or ten splendid guaranteeing future quiet by estab- be enthusiastic over a pretty pin for her ;
: stopping place. As usual I made for Dukes is a mighty bad place for mules. The school is under the direc- lishing there such a financial and po- I dress, or a silver case for her spectacles, to ;
.! the post office. Here I made the acquaintance hogs. I would sure hate to be one. tion of Mr. A. B. Shaw and four lady lice protectorate as the American gov- I baby, whose chubby hands'would just fit ?
of a good many people The very next man I met had murderous teachers; there are 160 pupils. Mr ernment now exercises over Haiti. I around a silver cup or tiny spoon f

whose names I cannot recall without designs on seven. That was A. Shaw also runs a teachers' normal Eighteen hundred American marines 'There are Just hundreds of things from".
: resorting to my notebook. One, however M. Dukes, the main Duke of the school from March to June and looks. will maintain order for the present and which you can choose the "right" gift so easily,
p. I do remember-the letter car- Dukes-affectionately called "Daddy for a big attendance this :year Mr. at least until elections are held in Jan- Silver clutch point enc1I, $1.00 to
: rier, Mr. S. G. Smith. He has 26U Dukes" by his fellow citizens. Now, Leverett is post master and occupiesone uary, their officers will supervise the J350..
miles to cover with his horse and buggy stranger, if you call on Daddy Dukes of the two stores in town; the other conduct of government by native of- I Cold Brooches, Scarf Pins Rings, Tie Claa0s; .'
t every day and I met him about 3 I and you find he belongs to the same across the way deals in drugs, and ficials and disburse the customs reve- Lingerie Clasps Neck Chains Cuff Plus, U.OQ'j j
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'as' times on the road between Lulu and church you do, give him the high sign. there you may find Dr. Phillips. One nues, which American receivers have upward. SCold I
Providence. Lulu has a very creditable Dons: give him the grip. If he ever of the finest residences in town is that been collecting! by treaty arrangementfor Link Buttons, Pendants.Bar Pins, $3.50' I
.: school house, 150 pupils and 3 teachersMr. gets hold of your hand you will get a of the doctor. It faces a square of nine years. I upward I
: 4 Geo. W. Graham, Mrs. Taylor hand clasp all right, all right. Thereis superb oaks festooned with Spanishmoss. The navy's proclamation apparentlyhas I Gold Bead Necklaces BaJgles'atch Fob,!
S and Mrs. Summers. Three churches- no getting away from it. Daddy Mr. Williams, boiling cane been put into effect without bloo' Coat-Chains, $5.00 upward.Greenleaf t tI tI J
), -' Baptist, Rev. Eubanks; Advent, Rev. Dukes was born about a mile from juice at his place, already had up nine shed. It was announced by Secretary I
S. H. Thornton and Pentacost. A turpentine Worthington Springs, married, takinghis barrels and gave me a bottle of his Daniels in the following! statement:
still owned by Messrs. Gibbons wife to the same house he first product to exhibit. It is of fine qual- "Capt. H. S. Knapp, in command of & Crosby Co.. _
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s and Shaw and a cotton gin. saw the light in and to them were ity, clear and thick. the United States forces in Santo Domingo .JEWELERS AND IMPOKTEIIS. = I
iv Not far from Lulu is Lake Palestine born five children. He runs a large, An annual occurrence at the springsis reports that, in compliance with CUT GIVING GOODS. I
formerly called the- "Ocean Pond"' well furnished store and says he tries the big picnic on the 4th of July. instructions received military I I
( government
I; Mr. S. R.: Osteen raises i t kyshere.. to take things easy, but folks won'tlet Four to five thousand people from the I was proclaimed by him in San; 41 W. Bay St. Jacksonville,.Fa.

. -t I also met Mr. M. A. Weeks to whom him. His youngest son is post- counties of Alachua, Columbia and Domingo 4 p. m., November 29. An
I t I am indebted for a very pleasant master; his oldest an out and out Bradford meet here. On this occasiona order regarding carrying arms or the a oI
i L'1 ,. night I could write quite a letter farmer. His eldest daughter is the string of cool drink stands and oth- I holding of them in possession has been
Ml I j about him and his well kept place, but postmistress of Lake Butler. I metso er booths extend from the depot 1 put into effect. Payment of salaries: aEN
. | '1 t he does not court publicity. To dis- many Dukes I cannot recall all. Mr. the springs. of governmental officials will be re- _
,. regard his request would be a poor W. D. Dukes, Jr., a gray-haired gen- Now this ends my third trip, and I sumed. The proclamation was well re- -
'i { way to repay him. tleman, was stripping cane. He and am back in Starke until after the holi- ceived. Conditions are reported as be- : -i
W The following morning a drizzling his son had an acre patch of fine days. I had a strenuous but pleasanttime ing normal, and the great majority of: = WRITE FOBCATALOG
1 I rain was falling and about noon it was strawberries. I made some remark and met some old friends and the people regard the proclamation .
..3 doing worse. I obtained shelter at about the junior attached to his name. made many new cnes. At no time in |with favor." Ii 7ri--=It
.*! the home of Mr. Sam Croft a relative He smiled. I did, too. A man has to my travels have I met with a singleact Step Was Necessary
J of the grand old soldier of the same have something to distinguish himin of discourtesy. On the contrary, Captain Knapp's action was the result -
s name at Lake Butler whom I wrote that large family. I called on one to use their own expression, I found of plans carefully worked out by ""
.J about in my last letter. Sim !!> a member two times through mistake. the people clever. In concluding this state department and navy department ,
'.I j young man with a clever wife and Glover's farm near Dukes is well article I wish everyone a merry Christmas officials after conferences with Minister _n _
1 raises cotton, corn and pinders. now dead. It is run by the three boys year. If it were possible I would send for the purpose. Groceriesand
I The rain abating I pushed on for -Glover, the eldest; Ralph, married, every one an individual letter to show The necessity for a drastic step has
I Providence This progressive little then Reuben, and Richard with Jane my appreciation of their good will.' been considered since the overthrow

I place is beautifully situated on a hill, Ralph's wife make a clever quartette.No several months ago of President Jim- Dry GOOdSIllIllIllIllIlIl
r i. and it is a pity that it has no railroad ramshackle buildings on this farm. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head inez by General Arias, a strongly an- .
R facilities. Here can be seen autos, but The cribs are full to overflowing; the Because of its tonic and laxative effect LAXATIVE ti-American revolutionist. With Arias -- --
how they travel in this man's land is lot, with its four horses, neat as a pin. Quinine: BRUNO aud does QUININE not causnervousness:is better than ordinary ncr in control, the Dominician Assembly === :r:2
? beyond me. I had a pleasant chat The house bright and cheerful and instead ringing in head. Remember the full name and elected Frederico Enriquez president, -=
J( with the owner of one, Mr. Levy Fra- of the customary organ, a piano look for the signature of E. W. GROVE 25c but the United States refused to rec- Saving time is just as imi .
: lick, but I neglected to ask him. The occupies a corner in the front room. ognize the new government and with-
country around Providence would ap- A noticeable feature is the happy way held the balance of customs revenues portant as saving money when is
peal to an artist. It is picturesque. the boys get on, all seeming to pull left after the regultr payments of interest E buying the necessaries of life. And
Hills, not small mounds, but the gen- together, as the saying goes. Two COMER L. PEEK on the foreign debt. Conse- e
I hundred and twenty acres fenced com- by making as many of your purchases -
ravines and
1 uine article, deep valleys, quently, the native officials and em- S3
It some cultivated. Here, too, is found a prises this farm. They had a boun- .. Florida Real Estate, Land and ployes now will draw their first pay 5 as possible in one place you a

peculiar rock of sandy formation thatI tiful harvest of corn and cotton, 35,000 Timber Expert. since of downfall of Jiminez. can accomplish both results, pro51
I have not seen anywhere else. It is pounds. They also have some cattle. Secretary Daniels explained that the 35
: used l'y the people for bul'ding purposes For the benefit of the reader, Reuben 83 years Experience at Starke. formal rule set up by Captain Knapp E vided you buy here.
.4 I chimneys, furnaces and the plays the piano. I hope he sees this, did not contemplate any infringementof =-= -:I
I like. I was informed that they bunt for I told him I would get square for the civil rights or processes of the Our grocery department is ,','
: tlcir fences: at one time OUT of i it. itis not playing some when I was there. native governor. = 33 .
l, : easily worked and can be cut any With invitations to call again from I r. Upon the election of a president by complete in every respect and ,our =
J I desired shape. But the roads defy de- this bunch of happy young people, I the: Assembly to be chosen in January, goods are always fresh, clean and

scription. From the top of the hill resumed my journey.B. Full Supply of ] he: United States will ask for the rat- = wholesome -our prices so low !I'e
.:'i i von descend a steep declivity, oftentimes W. Dees was grinding- cane when 'fication of a treaty similar to that
,' I -- obscured by: -trees whose- roots I came upon him, but found time to COFFINS AND CASKETS low i in force with.Haiti, providing for that you could not afford to trade ;

I jolt you vindictively. Arriving at the tell me what he was doing in the way American supervision of Dominician elsewhere. ;;
I, foot you find a deep gully as if washed of improving stock. Importing Jer- All Sizes and Qualities finances and for a native constabulary, s
,/ out by innumerable floods or hewed sey Cattle, he has sixty head. J. F. officered by Americans. I ; In the line of dry goods ,
Hand we a
; out by some giant. These are the Douglass has 240 acres, 24 in cotton. Always on Will Not Tolerate Further Revolution -
:4 : roads. The country is rough and ragged Talk about Bradford county farmersnot High officials made it plain that the t can supply your wants just 3

p, : very ragged, but I can assure you, being progressive! .. PRICES REASONABLEJ. Washington government is determined r as readily and just as satis- ||
4 'i ii i stranger, that the good folks dwelling Henry Summers has a pinder pick- that there shall be no renewal of I '
."I I around are not. I would love to get ing machine, an auto, a gas engine on the revolutions in Haiti and Santo Do- factorily as you could wish. 3
i I the opinion of old Max, the horse, skids, grist mill and 380 acres of land.J. I C. CONE mingo. i -
anent these highways. Going up did W. Bielling is raising fine horses Lawtey, :-: Florida Since the election of the new president Our stock contains all the
not seem to bother the old scoundrel and mules. I saw some of the finest 'I in Santo Domingo affairs have \ I variety you would find in S
.much-it was the going down. At one colts on'this place, all Florida raised. been in a deadlock, because the local -
.jl exceptionally bad place he sat downon He sold four head this spring. Sends ; government refused to permit pay- many stores selling dry 2

his haunches, cocked his ears and entries every year to the Bradford ment of obligations which the United goods exclusively. 5.=
looked around at me as much as to County Fair, held at Lake Butler. One General InsuranceI States has pledged itself to see fulfill- .u- ;
say, "Ain't this he-heavy holding mare and three colts won the first ed. Affairs became so involved that' -W
represent none but FIRST \N. -
back?" prize. He raises all his feed-1,000 Captain Knapp, acting with the full 1/ --
I next gave my attention to Mrs. E. bushels of corn, 6,000 bundles of fod- CLASS companies and will be authority with which he had been iI!
N. Clyatt.. The good lady and her der and 100 bales of hay besides 3,500 constantly on the alert to pro- clothed, resolved to clear up the sit-
: help were busy cooking syrup that pounds of cotton and nine barrels of mote your interests. Guarantee uation by putting the island under Illlllll BUY AT HOME IIIlIul'
1 I' looked for all the world like honey syrup. Also owns hogs and cattle. courteous treatment to all pa military rule temporarily to preserve

so clear it was. It was made, she His brother, further along the road, trons. A well written policy bya order and carry out the local govern-

I stated, from little Havana cane. She was making syrup, and judging from first-class agent in a first- ment's obligations. \ The dollar or dime you spend with ei)
: was putting it up in handy packages the number of barrels, that was his class company sometimes means ,::.i:(.\{ stays right here at home.
1 a and invited me in to inspect her place specialty. Just after leaving Mr. much in case of loss by fire. DUNCAN BUYS PROPERTY
which I did. W. U. Hammons was Dees' place I came upon a ca '. ]t be- -
I J : my next host. He is a farmer on a 1cr.y.,J to Dr. D. C. Witt, of Provi H. C. RICHARD, Starke One of the largest property deals to A. M. DARBY Starke Fla.
large scale like the rest of his neigh- dence. He had a call in this section.: I J r be consummated in this town for some -
] : bor. No 25 or 30 acres, but two or was more than pleased to renew my time was a deal made by C. A. Wil-
i three hundred. He is one of those intelligent acquaintance with this young medico. liams of Alachua, and L. A. Duncan,
i! men whom it is a pleasure The Doctor is not much over 30 but of this city, Mr. Duncan buying the
to meet and talk to, interested in everything possesses that gravity and self reliance "I COFFINS CASKETSAnd 1' valuable property known as the New
{ i touching on his vocation- that inspires confidence to such a a full line of York Racket Store, and in which the drmourTankage
] agriculture. His ideas regarding the degree that he appears older. He was ,Undertakers' Supplies firm of A. L. Driggers & Co., are now
4 I new farm loan act are shared in by very business like in his quiet gray doing business. .
:i) many of his neighbors and will give suit and gave me valuable informa- Always on hand. The best ser- This is indeed a valuable piece of
one a better idea of them. Thrifty, tion regarding the different roads. He vice at the lowest prices. Special property and covers one-half acre on
owing nothing and dreading debt they has been practicing in Providence and attention to telegraph orders. which is a handsome two-story brick
are not in favor of the farm loan. "We vicinity for four years and likes the building. The property is centrally
r do not need it," they say. "It tends to people and country, and hopes to ste Registered Embalmer located and is destined to increase in
make a man shiftless and his children it baild up.Thanksgiving. value as the town grows.
. = dependent. If we can't get something was no holiday for DeWITT C. JONES The property was formerly in the
we require this year, perhaps the fol- this newspaper man, as he was up le- Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston &: Co hands of Mr. Williams and its pur- (Blood and Bone :'
' lowing year we will make a larger crop fore sun rise and at it again, but I Starke, Fla. chase by Mr. Duncan shows that our )
and get it." did not lose my Thanksgiving dinner, business men have confidence in the
.: y Guaranteed Analysis
U I around again in Mr. Ham- thanks to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes, -- future growth of the town. When mod- food, lasts welt, and is
Ip am Ammonia................. 6Vi% the finest kncwn
': mons' neighborhood I intend to call the owner of an 800 acre olantatnn. ern improvements are established in Total PbOlpboric ACId....15a builder. : soil
is: on him again. He is a man I admire. He also is improving stock, importing Lake Butler it will not be but a short Pure, steamed bone '
,; Just as 1 was beginning to get used Hereford and Jersey cattle. He time when it will be one of the most /- cooked fresh from the As -"BJood & Bone,"
to the Bradford hills my business call- had two mounted cowboys drive them progressive little cities in this sectionof cutting tables, supplies Armour Tankage has
t, ed me to more level ground. I was up for my inspection and they were the state. Excellent surrounding the phosphoric acid been ,familiar to every .
i nearing Dukes. The first place I approached great, heavy, fine-looking animals. Mr. farming country makes it a most de- shown above. The ammonia grower for over 30 years :,
was a commissary adjacent Rimes is not only collecting fine cat- sirable place in which to locate. is from blood inmore have than 100.000 tons : "
I f, fresh beef scraps that are actually ben used.j .
a to Howard's still. This still ships. a car tle but varmints as well. Caged in ESPECIAILLY Mr. Duncan also states that he intends thoroughly'tum- Many .growers, who i
load of naval stores a week. A big their den behind the house are two to make extensive improvementsIn ed with the bone. temporarily prefer no- ':
strapping fellow met me. It was Howard vicious, snarling grey foxes. In a ADAPTEDFOR his ginning plant and will, in the nKwrTankage is a potash goods, are wisely -;
J. S. Howard. I thought I was special built pool lies a 3-foot alligator. YOUR STATE future, erect a fine hotel on his property superior, strictly pure turning material to this ,;
J' some booster myself, but I throw up Mr. Rimes takes considerable : here.-Lake Butler Times. product, prepared with standard, of unquestioned "'.
f my hands to this lad. I had not been liberties with the saurian, but says he scientific accuracy by especially crop-making .'<
1 ; two minutes in the place when he wan- raised it from a little fellow. It is FREEOUR OFFICIALS SEIZE EGGS IN ATTEMPT developed I care- value. : .i[.
ted me to stay. "The best place in "plumb reckless" the way he handles TO SMASH CORNER. fully controlled pro- Get prices from our
'i the U. S.-the only place to live. Why, this 'gator. Holding it by the tail cesses. It is rich in nearest Agent and write
.: when I came here ten years ago I had and weighing it, it looked as if it hada available, natural plant us for sample and leaflet
j 1 no children. Look at me now! Got good will to take a steak out of its INSTRUCTIVE CHICAGO.-City health officials, in
effort
an to smash the
alleged "cor-
five, all able to walk; three in school.Yes owner as it twisted around, snappingits CATALOGUE AND ner" in eggs, raided a warehouse and x= Armour Fertilizer Works
sir." He certainly is an opti- jaws. Well, the dinner was a suc-
WEEKLYPRICE seized; several million of eggs said to Jacksonville, Fla. .
cess. Chicken and pie and other good
mistic chap. have been stored by James E. Wetr: =:f
Yes, he surely has something to brag things coming unexpected as they did, LIST alleged! "Egg King."
t.1 about. Five hundred acres of the best certainly gave us something to be Commissioner of Health Robertson
' : thankful for. Old Max had his din- SEND FOR
l land in the country, a good home and a said he was acting on authority of an
large family, and he is not selfish'he; der, too. THEM TODAY. ordinance authorizing him to hold for
I -:"' wants everyoife to have the same. He The Five Mile schoolhouse deserves investigation all eggs, the quality of I d-
; : : was going to butcher seventy-five notice here. It is situated right on which is suspected. :
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j .. head of hogs the following day, the the cross roads. One road leads to N5EEDCG He said he would destroy all bad :

1 f = weather permitting. Well, J. S., here's Starke, one to Worthington Springs, 'ggs. Wetz, officials said, has controlof
p : to you and your family; may you live one to Lake Butler. There are fifty 9 JACKSONVILLE. fLA'iif. seventy-two million eggs. Ferti1Izersh



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have a capacity of 300 barrels of flour 0.0000000040 + 8' .

:3, News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. and feed seventy-five per day. One hundred mixed men will stock be 0. GIRLS' CANNING CLUBS. *p. Cold Sores and

employed by the mill and a most aggressive
plan of selling will be inaug- By Mrs. T. E. Waldrup. <*
i ( Live State News] urated. .'' i Fever Blistersare

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I Z PLANT CITY.-Information has The Fourth year of the Girls' Can- only outward manifestations of the ,
Told by Our Exchanges. been received here that the initial ship- nig Club of Bradford county ended on inflammation of the mucous surface '"
p'1 ment of strawberries from this city Club Day, October 25, at the county
that lines the the stomach and
lungs
{ brought $1 per quart. The berries wentto fair. ,
;J;
-f CRYSTAL SPRINGS.-What is believed I ORLANDO.-Joe Gagnon, of Bos- Harry W. Merrill, Philadelphia. Twenty-three club girls were pres- all the digestive tract, but they give
There were seventy-three quarts in ent and participated in the you evidence of how sore a membrane r ;
of the
e to be the first full car load of ton, Mass., fell from the roof exercisesof
I fall-crop potatoes to leave Florida Phillips building, sustaining injuries the lot, for which the growers received the day. Mrs. Caroline H. More- may become as a result of inflammation -

Iff this new season was shipped from this from which he died. He was in the on the local platform, an averageof head, home demonstration agent of which is stagnation of the blood,

r Wednesday, the car being con- employ of Contractor Peppercorn in 70 cents the quart. The first ship- Marion county, was present and gavea rightfully called acute catarrh. .''
point
, signed to Chicago. Almost all cf them demolishing the building, preparatoryto ment was made Saturday. On Mon- splendid talk to the girls. Mr. Kick- If you suffer from such conditions don't let them become !,

are number one fancy potatoes, and erecting a new $50,000 theatre day the movement amounted to 150 liter, president of the county school chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrhClear
they are bringing a fancy price.. building. It is supposed he steppedon quarts, Tuesday it dropped to 69 and board, was present and gave a most 'l
a section of overhanging metal cor- Wednesday only 23 quarts were sold. helpful talk. it Up With PERUNA

The Baldwin drainage I nice which was not strong enough to The falling off was attributed to two In addition to the 23 present, 11 When your system is cleared all its poisons the raeoibranes soothed i
BALDWIN.- includes hold him. He had been in the city on- causes-one, that the fruit would not others made their annual report. So and healed, the cold gone and your digestion restored, you will! enjoy life.feel t
district which sixty-eight ly a few days. The body was sent reach market in time for Thanksgiving there were 34 girls in all reporting- equal to all its tasks, and be at peace with the world. Let Peruna do for you
thousand acres of land in the western to North Attleboro, Mass., where his and second, that many growers this out of an enrollment of 52. what it did for this sufferer: t.r_
part of Duval county, between Jack- sister resides. desired berries for themselves and for Bertha Moore, of Starke, led all the ; 1
sonville and Baldwin has sold for friends on Thanksgiving. The ber- girls in yield, profit and rank. From Mrs. L A. Patterson 238 Utah Avenue Memphis, Term says: J
$100,000: twenty years bonds for drain- ries sold on the platform Monday one-tenth of an acre she made 3,250 "I have been a friend of Peruna for many yean. I have used It off and on for eiunbal '
age work, the highest bid being $294- JACKSONVILLE. federal bureau brought an of 80 cents, Tuesday pounds of tomatoes complaints and found it a very excellent remedy. I have small famJy children. Times ; -
average
having a garden card but I du'iti the
that are with us. can scarcely afford to do without Peruna. especially ,
100. A contract was awarded for the of the census announces according the average was said to have beep value of $129.31, with a profit of $92.- season of the year when coughs and colds are prevalent. We always re-xommend Peruna '.
construction of the drainage canals and to an estimate it has just com- 50 cents and Wednesday's offerings 02. Her rank was 85. Eloise to our neighbors,for the benefit it has been to us." .0;'
Owsley
improvements for the sum of $218- pleted the State of Florida on January brought 40 cents. Whether the prices of Theressa, made the next highest, You needn't suffer longer with such a remedy at handiii .

698.50, based on the price of 13.6 cents 1, next, will have a population of 904- will advance to 50 and above remainsto 'ield--3lOO pounds of tomatoes, having .

per cubic yard of ercavation. 839. The bureau also estimates that be seen, but it is believed that when I a garden value of $83 and a profitof ) uc7-
on July 1, last, Florida's populationwas Parana can be obtained in tablet form. 3
the in earnest the $64.45 but
season opens up on account of lack of
893,493. In 1910 Florida had a I r.w-.u... 1 You can carry it with you and take it systematically
mill of the berries will such 10
OCALA.-A knitting to cost be as business
quality proper showing history, etc.,
of according to the I III auwu.OaIQUIIIlI and regular for a remedy, or
$100,000 is the latest enterprise to be population 751,139, to command splendid prices. only ranked 58. Mabel Byrd, of Gra- QL c72224=-.v. =-=-:= aa needed for preventive. Get a box today.
taken that and it ''
1 located in this town by George Giles census year, seems ham, made the next highest yield, =:::::? :=:::.
, & Company. Ground has been broken likely from the bureau's estimate that that of 2,500 pounds of tomatoes witha 'iW"niiii i i-I--; f
by the time another decennial censusis LIVE OAK.-A few days ago a gen- P"eUOCb, t.--- The Peruna Company, Columbui I Ohio
!i for the construction of the plant, that taken Florida's will be tleman giving his name as Dr. F. C. garden value of $52.20 and profit of
: will have a capital of $100,000, the the million population mark. Fleischman arrived in the city and secured $21.41. But her rank is 75, she having A #,
money already being paid in and deposited rubbing board at the home of :Mrs. Kun- a better business showing and a
in the-bank. This industry will ert on E. Duval street. A few days good history, so that Bertha Moore -!
t give employment to three hundred peo- PENSACOLA.-Upwards of one after his arrival he told inmates of and Mabel Byrd were the leading rank- )(>00(>00<_
,, pie. One of the big stock farms near hundred negroes, victims of a negro the house that he dreamed the night ing girls of the county. A number of
here has just been sold to New Jersey; stranger who gave his name as "Dr. before that he would die in Thanks- girls ranked between 60 and 70,, and
capitalists for $55,000.TALLAHASSEE. Brown of New Jersey," were disappointed giving day. No attention was given quite a few made 1,000 pounds of tomatoes -13
Sunday noon when the northbound and their tenth JOB PRINTING
the remark by those to whom it was up on acre.
train departed, for more than Scholarships for the short in ,
During the< told, more than to treat it as a joke, course
one hundred negroes of this city, according Domestic Science given at Tallahassee
month of October there was a gain of but he evidently was impressed very -
$122,747 in the value of exports from to "receipts" held by Captainof much by it, for he immediately beganto were awarded Mabel Carter, of I
the ports of Florida, as compared with Police Thos. Susachs each contributed correspond with his people and, it Lawtey, Bertha Moore of Starke, Ma-
the month previous, and a gain of $1- from $2 to $4 to the fund to carry; is supposed, arranged his affairs to I bel Collins, of Brooker, and Mabel
072,312 over the exports of October of them to the north, where, it had been meet the end. Thursday morning he Byrd, of Graham. These scholarshipsare ;

last year, according to the records of represented, big wages and short arose as usual and appeared to be in valued at $20 each. In behalf of and
J. F. C. Griggs, collector of customs. hours of easy work had been offered< his usual good health and humor. He the girls I wish to think the Womans Neatly Artistically w

The total exports during October were them. went to the breakfast table and was Civic League and the Board of Tradeof Done Give Us Trial! r
-- a
$3,335.196, as compared with $2,262- partaking of a hearty meal when of a Lawtey, the Bradford County Bank ,
884 during the corresponding month DeLAND.-Charges have been prepared sudden he surprised his companions by and of the Bank of Starke, at Starke, ,
, of 1915. > against the board of county} saying: "I am sick," and with a gasp Mr. T. B. Handley, of Raiford, Mr. D. }
commissioners of Volusia county and expired before they could do anythingfor W. Pinholster, of Lake Butler, Mr. i
FERNANDINA-Reports of the forwarded to Governor Park Tram- his relief. A physician was called John Shriver and Mr. L. A. Brown, of r

ion culture of Amelia Island indicate on- mell with the request that he immediately for, but too late as his death appeared Brooker, as well as the board of coun- :
suspend the entire board. Petitions instantaneous. ty commissioners for their most splen- =
that thee is starting off with 7QJnmttij
rop prospects -
did and generous gifts. We wish, also,
circulated in Daytona,
were
of a fine yield. The acreage be- to thank Mrs. Ogle Painter Williams, ru furb 5Mnjrnjlt} ;
is larger than be- Daytona Beach and Kingston and are MILLION ACRE STOCK FARM
ing prepared ever
of Jacksonville for the gold watch
fore, and already considerable groundhas reported to have been signed by scores; WILL BE OPENED IN FLORIDA
given to Bertha Moore who first
won
is L
It
been planted-some to seed from of citizens and taxpayers. understood -
honors in the county, and was, thereby f
that similar petitions were issued -
which the onions will be and
grown Purchase of 33,000 Cattle by Company; entitled to rereive the watch.
the to be
of s
some to plants drawn from the seed in all parts county
Engaged in Lumber Operations. Deserving special mention is $25 in
sent to the It is charged
beds. It is believed that the governor.
oppor- _
I cash
given by the board of county
for from the that the board awarded contracts contrary -
onion ,
tunity big profits
JACKSONVILLE.-The Consolidated commissioners. Fifteen dollars of this -- H
to law and committed other ir
of the island this is most ,
crop season regularities. Land Co., of Jacksonville, the larg- went to Mabel Byrd, the second highest i
excellent. est independent land owners in the< winning girl in the county. This _
state of Florida, and until recently was applied on expenses for the short
IPA.-William Scott, eleven STUART.-L. S. Moxie, a negro employed confined to timber exploiters and naval course, she preferring the course to
year old son of W. H. Scott, of Hills- by H. B. Williams, of Salerno,, stores operators, have purchased 35- cash. Of the remaining $10, Irene

borough Station, on the Thonotosassa was instantly killed by an explosionof 000 head of cattle from Parker Bros., Mattox, of Guilford, was given $5,
branch of the A. C. L., who was bitten dynamite Wednesday afternoon., of Arcadia, which they will use to Eloise Owsley, of Theressa, $2.50 and
rattlesnake From reports reaching here, it appears of land Violet Mitell of Raiford
by a huge at noon Sunday, stock a 1,000,000-acre tract $2.50.
died at the home of his parents at 2 that Moxie and another negro owned by the company in South Flor- Thus our list of awards is exhausted. -
o'clock Monday. The child suffered were employed in blowing up stumpsin I am sorry that we have not
terribly and had several convulsions.He the field of Mr. Williams. It was ida.The entrance of the ConsolidatedLand prizes enough to give all the girls but
was playing in the woods near the the custom to place a charge, of dyna- Company into the cattle raising the consciousness of having striven to Sii
river, about a mile from his home, and mite under the stumps and when all and breeding business marks the first! make their best better should be a
was in company with his father when was ready the negro workmen set the 1,000,000-acre tract of land given over pleasing reward.I .
struck by the snake. The father kill- charges off. It appears that Moxie to this important industry. In speaking commend those who tried and won,
ed the snake after it had struck at him went to set off a stick that had already of the matter W. F. Coachman vice and I commend equally well all those i .
three times and then carried the child been ignited by the other negro president of the company, said: who tried but failed on account of: f
the distance of a mile to the house, and when close to the stump the shot "The price paid for the cattle to causes over which they had no con-

where Dr. D. E. Saxton was summoned. was discharged with fatal results. The stock our land was something over trol. We will all do better next year,,
By the time the physician arrived, I negro was dead when rescuers reached $500,000, and we expect to greatly increase won't we, girls? Here's a wish for *
the poison had penetrated the boy's him. our herds with blooded bulls, in you: That we'll make Bradford coun- f t''

body, and little hope for his recoverywas which way we will soon have a hardy ty the winning county in the state
held. The lower portions of his :\lELBOUR .-One of the richestoil high-grade strain of cattle that will next year.
body turned black and the poison grad- and gas fields in the country is believed control a good price in the Northernand In summing up the year's work You cannot get the f 6II eat %

ually ate into the vitals and caused to be situated near this place, Middle Western markets." from reports made by club girls, I

death. The snake measured over six I. and promoters of a new company or- Parker Bros., from whom the Con- find that they alone have produced 23- value of fuel from a poor or }
feet long and had twelve rattles. ganized to drill for oil and gas are solidated Land Co. purchased their cat- 590 pounds of tomatoes from their one-

: confident that fortunes will be made tle, are among the largest cattle rais- tenth acre, having a combined garden
MARIANNA.-The plant of the for stockholders. This is the hope held ers in the state, and their herds have value df $715.59. I also find that from worn-out stove.

Marianna Millwork Company of this out in the advertisements of the com- for years roamed the prairies of South their gardens alone they have put up
city was completely destroyed by fire pany. Leases on large tracts of land Florida as far south as Lake Okeecho- in containers of various kinds an
Tuesday morning at four o'clock. have been secured and drilling will begin bee.-Manufacturers Record.U. equivalent of 4,042 No. 2 cans, havinga We handle a line of high-

When the fire was discovered it had I as soon as sufficient funds are in market value of $545.55. The total

gained sufficient headway to make a hand. The capital stock of the concern S. ALARMED BY PROSPECTS OF profits made by these girls amountto grade heaters that insure fuel
total loss a certainty, and although the is $50,000 and shares are selling for TRADE WAR. $446.40. Besides this they have
volunteer fire department respondedon $10 each, at par. Several oil experts put up a lot of field and orchard prod-

the run, the absence of water and have investigated the prospects at this Congress Will be-Asked by PresidentFor ucts, such as corn, peas, beans, okra, economy, and any one of them
the extreme drouth made their efforts place and they agree that all indica- etc., and hence their pantries are well

unavailing and the fire rapidly spreadto tions are that the entire country is un- Special Legislation. supplied with canned goods, preservesand will be an ornament to
your
every department of the plant, except derlaid by a rich deposit. jellies.
the dry kiln, which was saved by WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 28.- Two club centers have been established -
hard work. A prospective European commercialwar one at Boatdrain and one at
the
A.-Following close on after the war, which is viewed Miller. These centers are partially home.You
heels of the investigation that resulted -
with increasing seriousness here, is be- supplied with a stove, a club canner
CLEARW A TER.-A million dollarsis in John L. Branch, county tax collector ing watched with care by American and a limited number of culinary ar- look at them b fart you k
being removed from office for a
the value of Pinellas county's citrus consular officers abroad. Officials here ticles. We hope to still better equip }
fruit this according to estimates shortage in his accounts, the state aUditing these and to add r
crop year think that the American people do not centers next year thetz
of John S. Taylor, one of the department through assistant fully realize the possible effect of sucha others to the list. We want to makeof buy, and back of i our
largest growers and shippers in the state auditor M. C. McIntosh, has post-bellum strife on the United these centers ideal club kitchens.I .
county. Mr. Taylor, who is chairmanof checked up the bond trustees of the States' high foreign trade which has want to thank all of the contributing -
guaranty of quality. -
the hard surface road bonds, and accord- r
county board of commissionersis passed the eight billion mark annually. agencies that have helped to makeour
president of the Taylor packing ing to authentic information J. E. work a success. Dr. Bradford

company at Largo, which ships a huge Crane, a well known insurance man, Legislation to forestall such an eco- Knapp for the United states; Miss D. C. Jones Hardware
Quantity of citrus fruit. He is one of prominent in social and fraternal circles nomic struggle will be sought in con- Agnes E. Harris for Florida and the

the biggest men engaged in the citrus has been checked short practically The Webb bill, allowing Amer- Bradford county school board for the
industry in this county and his state- $?: 0,000. Crane is said to have conveyed gress.ican firms to unite for foreign trade funds which enabled us to carry on the Starke Florida

ments, always conservative, may he property to J. Edgar Wall, as trus- without a violation of the antitrustlaws work; Mr. Schell, county school superintendent ,
taken as indicative of the real prosperity tee, in order that his bondsmen mightbe is to be urged in the president'snext I I and his splendid teachers -
of Pinellas as regards its citrus protected from loss. The property address. who have given their hearty cooperation !
fruit belonged to his wife, who joined him
crop.HASTINGS.If Shipping abroad, as recently pro- in the work; and all of
in the transfer. Bradford county's noble men and wom-
vided, is expected to free American
trade from dependence upon foreign en who have in any way contributedto
any person had any the success of the work. And last
bottoms. A maximum and minimum
doubt at all as to the importance of JACKSONVILLE.-Announcementwas but not least, the girls who have beenso B. Z. MATTHEWS
tariff to favor friends
the potato raising industry in St. made by officials of the Dixie Mil- automatically
loyal to the work and so devotedto
Johns county, the story of the annual ling Company to the effect that a and punish those discriminating
in this splendid report
making
me
fertilizer haul would remove it effec- building of 30,000 square feet floor against American goods, has been pro- Artesian Well Driller
has been secured at the foot of posed. possible.
tually. Activities along this line are space MRS. T. E. WALDRUP,
only just beginning and it is safe to Broad street viaduct from the Atlantic
Causes Bad Skin.A County Home Demonstration Agent. I have had twenty-four experience in
Constipation
say that within another week or twoa I Coast Line railroad through a lease years I
string of wagons from daylight to and that a complete machinery equipment dull and pimply skin is due to a
dark will be conveying this commodity will soon be installed for the sluggish bowel movement. Correct in-fot,A Mia EHMtto tmfln Urn TOOK Well drilling in Florida. :
from the depot to the farm. Up making of the highest grade flour. It this condition and clear your complexion Door Not Grip tat Dtrtrt lilt .+ -

to the present only about twenty earl is planned to have the mill in opera- with Dr. King's New Life Pills. In addition to other properties Lax-Foe form I guarantee to aliJactorily cmplelc all r
contains Cascara in acceptable a
l I loads have been received and unloaded tion by January 1. A most attractive This mild laxative taken at bedtime ItimulatinLuative andToaJc. LaxPotacts _
I but for the next few days the daily arrangement has been made with the will assure you a full, free nongriping effectively and doe not gripe nor .coNTRAcr
arrivals will increase until about 400 Atlantic Coast Line in every respect, movement in the morning. Drive disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids
carloads have been received. This is this railway system being alive to the out the dull, listless feeling resulting digestionaroaatheliver and secretions Raiford, :-: Florida
the estimate of one of those most active necessity of assisting new industries. from overloaded intestines and slug ana restores the healthy functions. SOc. ,
in the potato business in this This mill, which it is said will be the gish liver. Get a bottle today. At
.place. first flouring concern in Florida, will your druggist, 25c. ((1)) Trespass cards for sale at this office. ,

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY :
i DECEMBER g, 1Jlt. ';


>a (r Bradford County Telegraph ting up of food in cold storage by SIGNED STATEMENT FROM far along. Our November honor roll SPONGING.

speculators, the Mexican trouble, ex- published in today's paper shows that -

.y travagant living, waste, the foolish- SOME HAMPTON CITIZENS unfriendly criticism of the Telegraphdoes

Published Weekly, and entered as sec ness of the public in paying the exor- not lessen the esteem in which the The baker's art of sponging bread 4It's

bitant prices asked, shortage of cars, paper is held by the people generally. very well to know,
ond class matter at the po office at Thinks Telegraph Was Not En of And mother's skill in sponging cake
caused to a great extent by the ab- the honor roll consists of 136 names :

> Starke, Florida.E. normal demands on the railroads since persons who paid subscription during Left licking tasty dough.
coastwise freighting by vessels has tirely Fair to Mr. Mullady. the month of November The tailor's care in sponging cloth C'Q R.

S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner reached almost prohibitive cost, while Makes better clothes to wear; OLD-'

H. E. LAGERGREN Associate Editor the scarcity of workmen makes it im- Hampton, Nov 28, 1916. LANDS FOUND READY SALE.As But that's as far as this can go '
possible for the railroads to turn out Bradford County Telegraph, And sponging still be fair. RUBBER COPPER!

new rolling stock as fast as demandedall Starke, Fla. the heirs of the late TIRES 1 BRASS!
attorney
,. The liquor houses of the country are, of these contribute to the raisingof E. S. Matthews, Editor: fog It isn't fair to sponge your board
Calvin Mott A. Z. Adkins TUBES
Esq., on
in a measure, responsible for the scar- prices. Dear Sir:-We the undersigned cit- At Uncle Tommy's table. LEAD,
landat
last sold 442 of
Saturday acres
: city of paper. They send out tons up- When the war is over there is like- izens of Hampton not satisfied with auction for the aggregate sum of It isn't fair to sponge ice cream ROPE SCRAP !

on tons of circulars to prospective ly to come a crash. Many industries the way your paper misrepresentedMr. $4,010. W. W. Roberts bought the Unless to treat you're able. RAGS eONE

le, customers in the "dry" districts. As which now flourish to a much greater John Mullady in answer to his home place, R. J. Roberts 80 acres of: It isn't fair to sponge religion
nine letters out of ten are immediately letter week before last ask that And never the preacher f
will ;
every extent than did Jonah's gourd, you woodland and F. S. Teston what is pay SEND IT TO US WE !IT
thrown into the post office come to a standstill, and the smaller publish this in fairness to him and us. known Because it makes you, plain to see, PIIIQr
is the Purdom
h waste receptacles, nine-tenths of the demand for goods manufactured in Mr. Mullady did not in his letter ac- place. A very spongy creature. Write For Pr fii3t

paper used for circulars is wasted, this country on account of the resum- knowledge to misrepresenting to the Neglected Colds Grow Worse. \\KNINSULMi
t+' and the remaining one-tenth is worse ed imports, will have a tendency to stopping of subscriptions to the Tele- And then some day before you know it, 41Q

than wasted. cause decreased wages and scarcity of graph in Hampton. And you must A cough that racks and irritates the The Greeks will make a plunge 657 [.BAT MCSSOWlUl.nl', .

employment. This will be bad enough, have understood that from his letter of throat may lead to a serious chronic At Tarpon Springs or Cedar Keys

but if we deprive the farmers of prof- which we have a carbon copy. He cough, if neglected. The healing pine And take you for a sponge.
THE BRIGHT FARM BOY'SCHANCE.
ra
'
balsams in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar HoneXature's
iting by the remunerative prices present fairly told you what he had writtenin Alas! Alas! for then you'll find -

conditions grant them through an his first report and how the mis- own remedy-will soothe Your task absorbing mean, Drives Out Malaria,Builds UpSyste

embargo on the products they have to ,take was made by the other paper. and relieve the irritation, breathingwill To wash the windows of the church The Old Standard genera lIrtltahlrlallr,

There is now, and will be more so sell, then we make conditions infinite'worse. I Mr. Mullady stated what happened be easier and the antiseptic prop- And keep the preacher clean. GROVE'S Malariaenri TASTEr.ESSchiiTIC:( .imet.?
erties will kill the which hestheuloodsalEaasptlII.
in the future for trained '.fairly. We were there at the time. germ retarded G. DENISON. ?,
a cry men t m. Atruetioic.
., -. Mr. Miillarlv not tho that healing. Have it handy for Forad'1ltuDchbi1dqa, R,
in me After the abnormal business condi- wag nno
growing, miming ana snipping '- '-
of fruits and vegetables. Such men tions caused by the war are over, we proposed the stopping of the Tele i croup, sore throat and chronic bron- ---

'I are very scarce. Those who have the will have to fall back on the well- graph. The man who did this is one chief affections. Get a bottle today.

: 'j i practical experience have not the education spring of the nation's wealth-the far- of the leading citizens of this tow' Pleasant to take. At all Druggists,

..I i, and students at the agricul- mer. As long as his purse is well lined Your paper directly falsified concerning 25 cents. (I) Cold A trinity of evils, closely allied, that acct

: : tural colleges who have the education, trade and manufacturing will flour- Mr. Mullady, when in the head I
"f' i li have not the experience. Here is the ish, but if we now cripple him by compelling line you said that he "Fessed up" to FIRST SHIPMENT OF BERRIES. most people, and which follow one on the

t chance for bright farm boys, who have him to sell his products low misrepresenting the stopping of sub- I The strawberries, on account of mildweather C Oug hs other, in the order named, until the last one

and for he scriptions. Mr. Mullady tried to clear Is spread through the system, leading to
: acquired a good common schooling, to pay war prices everything and sufficient moisture, are
get into good business. They have the has to buy, he will have little to spend Mr. Powell of any intentional "whopper. -I:unusually early this season. Beside Catarrh many evils. But their course can be checl d.

.4'II I f ; experience, and the schooling they already and all industries will suffer on account ." And he was told here that he those instances pf early berries already pERUNA

possess will enable them to of it. would not get his letter in print. mentioned in this issue of the p CONQUERS

i II! t quickly grasp the scientific side of The cry for an embargo from many We feel that he has been treated Telegraph, Mr. C. S. Durling had been It is of great value when used promptly for a cold, wqaIIy .

I j horticulture at the Florida University directions has caused Congressman unjustly in that all that he said was able to gather enough of ripe berriesto checking It and overcoming It in a few days.

I : at Gainesville. And if a course there Fitzgerald, chairman of the house com true and that he was not the author of fill a small refrigerator, which he Ample evidence has proved that It is even of more value h overcoming -

.j !! was followed by a short course in a mittee appropriations, to promisethe it. sent north Thursday. These early chronic catarrh dispelling the inflammatory conditions,enabling

; : business college, all the better. introduction of a bill for the plat A number of men did vote that they berries will, no doubt, bring a fancy the diseased membranes to perform their natural! functions,and toning
entire
; : Many a farmer in Bradford county ing of an embargo on foodstuffs, cot- would stop their paper at once and price. up the system.
of thousands la safe
The experience a guide to what It be
v: i i J has now the means for thus starting ton goods, leather goods and metal there were over forty people present to do for you. Day expected

11 his son in life. If the young man manufactures, but we do not believe that sanctioned it. If these men did Liquid or tablets> -both tested by the public and approved:

.= ; should decide, after gaining the knowledge the bill will have much support. The not stop their paper that is up to EVER SALIVATED BY .

,; I: necessary for a superintendent of general uprising against high prices them. Mr. Mullady should not be accused CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!! THE PERUNA COMPANY COLUMBUS, OHIO

;l ; a large truck farm, to farm for himself in the country the boycottings and of lying about it. Will you _

;'1 instead of for. others, nothing is investigations will have a tendency to please print this for us in justice to

!! lost, for the added knowledge will keep down undue ';'<"* in the future. him? Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts

]: make him the better farmer and citi The philosopher' s-cre a lied, which Respectfully, Like Dynamite On >OOC

I zen. means,, "live within yr" i ."'<>," will] Signed. H. C. Wynn, J. F. John-

J enable us to tide over L"-' -. nod of son, W. E. Middleton, W. M. Knabb, Your Liver.

.S I : extravagant prices.TELEGRAPH'S. J. W. O'Keefe, A. A. Durden. L. Money Spent Carelessly is WastedIt

;,.1 ; THE FLORIDA FARMER'S DUTY. Watterson, V. R. Prevatt, P. J. Pearce, Calomel loses you a day! You know

I' W. G. Seals, David Jones, 0. Haynes, what calomel is. It's mercury; quick-
.I Since the end of the war between HONOR ROLL L. H. Bedenbaugh, Geo. W. Hicks, silver. Calomel is dangerous. It is easy to spend money thoughtlessly when funds

: the states Florida farmers have not Hampton; W. E. Jones, J. H. Harrison, crashes into sour bile like dynamite, are carried loose in the pocket or pUt see

;. I j been called upon to contribute any Names of Those Who Paid Subscriptions J. H. Daughtry, J. C. Raulerson, Sampson cramping and sickening you. Calomel

part to the nation's granary, smoke During November. City. attacks the bones and should never be When 'disbursement involves the writing of a

house or larder. If they furnished a We are very glad to publish the put into your system. check, however, there is a little more time for reflex
j't little cotton and and early foregoing communication, for if the When feel bilious
i oranges you sluggish, con-
W. E. Yarborough, G. W. Lewis, J. tion to the wisdom of the
as
expenditure.Our .
ti* !: vegetables it was all right; the North M. Telegraph has unwittingly done Mr. stipated and all knocked out and believe -
: Dubose, J. M. McMillan, G. W.
and the West were relied on for the Mullady or any one else an injustice it need dose of
Ii i you a dangerous officers will be glad to discuss the
Burnsed, P. L. Thomas, J. A. Abbott, various other
!: : really necessary things. In only too. is entirely in line with the policy of calomel just remember that your drug-
J. W. Alvarez, Mrs. J. W. Kellum G.
economical
.' .j t i < many instances our farmers themselves this paper to allow them the oppor- gist sells for 50 cents a large bottleof features of checking money through this
L. Driggers, H. H. Williams, C. A.
bought their corn, bacon and tunity to be set right. Dodson's Liver Tone, which is en-
.. Boyd, Prof. S. S. Dowling, C. J. Hain-
hay from the West. We can take exceptions only to that tirely vegetable and pleasant to take
W. J. Markham R. A. Green J.
,
'. But the North and the West are now ey: part of the communication which says: and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It institution.Bank
J. Blackwelder, D. J. Harden, C. C.
j unable to honor the demand made ".. "Your paper directly falsified concern- is guaranteed to start your liver Starke
i McCall, J. P. Bryan, Nat Williams, T. f
i.j on them for the staples of life. The I W. Sweat, J. W. Nichols, V. R. Red- ing Mr. Mullady when, in the head without stirring you up inside, and j
South must come to the rescue. Flor- line, you said that he 'Fessed Up' to can not salivate.
dish, D. J. Nettles, T. M. Williams,
..1 i j ida must no longer furnish the luxuries misrepresenting the stopping of sub- Don't take calomel! It makes you Florida
Starke
Riley Norman, Jacob Bundel, Mrs. Annie : :
-
I ;[ only but also a portion of the scriptions." sick the next day; it loses you a day'swork. ,
Young, Mrs J. C. Talbot, J. B.
i. staples. Some years ago no one would Of course, we understand that Mr. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens -
Florrid B. D. Andrews B. D. P.
Kelly,
,j'j'i.i have thought of extending an invitation Mullady wrote this communication and you right up and you feel great.
S. Colson, M. Leviton, J. E. Adkins D.
, 1 to us-no more than they would then asked, or had some friend to ask, Give it to the children because it
C. Kinlaw & Co., 0. F. Ritch, G. J. Jacksonville Stock MarketREPORTED :
.j l t have thought of asking a small boy to Waters for signatures:: to it, much as petitionson it perfectly harmless and does not
W. A. Tillis, L. T. Shaw, S.
: I' come and assist in a "house raising." other matters are circulated, and gripe. (10 4H)
M. Crews, Brown H. Red- '
1 Henry F. !
BY WILLIAMSON &
I But we are grown-up farmers now and from his standpoint it no doubt ap- DENNIS. ;
..f ding, J. G. Crews, Walter Ferris, R.
,; can raise grain and meat in abun- pears that the Telegraph took too
0. Gnann, E. C. Warren, A. C. Brooks, Thursday, Dec. 7.- : J.-
'": ; : dance. much latitude when it made use of the 1 NOVEL A WEEK 3kKW* Jt itI
H. R. Crawford. G. W. Lee. D. W.
i.I : : The time has come for the FloridaI head lines that are complained of. But Goats, 2 to 3 cents. I Thin pigs and hogs, $6@$6.75.
Moore, J. Vernon Jones, J. F. Canova
farmer to help relieve the food scarcity now we ask those who signed this Sheep, 3 to 5 cents. Corn-fed steers, 700 pounds

0;, I and it is his duty to do so. He i is S. C. Townsend, M. M. Malphurs, H. communication, as well as Mr. Mul- Lambs, 5 to 7 cents. and up,.$'>@$7.

I expected to exert himself in producing R. Newman, M. A. Lane, Dr. A. J. lady himself, to consider our side of Florida Times Union Will Intro Good corn-fed hogs, 160 to 230 Bean-fe.1 steers, o@$6.
Boss J. A.
Culver
J. B.
Parmenter
I corn, oats, potatoes, cabbage, onions,, P. S. the matter.In pounds, 8850. Medium-fed steers, 500 lbs.
Denmark Mrs.
D. C. Cason R. duce
' peas, beans, canned vegetables, hay, H. Weaver, J. A. Brooks, J. L. Harrell, the issue of the Lake Butler Interesting Fiction Extra fancy, corn-fed hogs, and up, $ l.75@$5.75. I
,
pork, beef and eggs, besides the prod- Times of November 2nd the statementwas straight grades in car, may i.
J. P. Sapp, M. C. Rosier Mack Addi- Feature. Grass steers, 500 pounds and
ucts he has been in the habit of sending made that 40 citizens of Hampton bring $8.75@$9.00.Good
son, B. M. Wilson, A. C. Strickland, up, .t25rl-t.75.(
North. If he cannot grow a sur : had cancelled their subscriptionsto peanut-fed hogs, 140 to
plus for export to other states, let W. T. Roberts, G. W. Hinson, J. C. the Telegraph. This statement was The Florida Publishing Company 175 pounds, $7.75@S.25. Bulls, $3.50@$5.Cornfed I
Poppell, J. Brown, Kit Williams Chess
i him at least grow enough to supply his Fogg A. L. Stearns made without any qualification what- announces that it has arranged to run Good light hogs, 90 to ISO cows, 500 pounds and
t own needs and the home markets. The Hamrick Mrs. S. F. ever. In the Telegraph of November in the Times-Union a series of short 1 pounds, $6.75@$7.25. up, $-I.50@< $5.
L. L. Leach Miss
Kate Livingston
: Ii f satisfaction of discharging a duty he Mrs. J. J. Johns, J. W. Ed-- 9th it was stated that this statementwas novels by well known authors. No 1 Good pigs, 65 to 90 pounds, These prices are for stock on .

I owes to those who are not farmersshould wards Mrs. without foundation in facJ. In one novel will extend over one week, $6.75@$7.50. the hoof.
t J. J. Wethington J. A.
II be pleasant, but he will find the Times of November 16th Editor and there will be an installment of several ,-
Pride 4
J. D. Sasser, S. T. Thomas, C"!.
I further satisfaction in the reaping of Powell stated that his statement of columns every day. As soon as
V. J. Shipman, Miss Rena Marr, P. B. OPOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSKY'S
i i'I good profits from his labor. Let him Hunt, J. A. McDonald, G. C. November 2nd was predicated on a one story is completed another will
Livingston
.i plant immediately such crops as are letter from a well known citizen of begin. There will be good fiction read- :
H. P. Padgett, Chas. Dees, 0. F.
a l suited! to the season and work out Tomlinson, W. L. Kickliter, Mrs C. E. Hampton, and went on to say that ing in the Sunday and Daily Times- -
plans for heavy planting when spring somebody had lied Union in the
Lipford, Mrs. J. W. Huil, Dr. A S. about the matter. every day week hereaf-

comes. York, P. H. Underwood, D. W. Alva- Following this Mr. Mullady\ wrote an ter.The HELPFUL CHRISTMAS
: open letter, in which he stated that he first novel, "The King and Capt.
.
rez Perry Browning, ;5. Crillis, M. !
had written the letter to Mr. O'Shea," by Ralph D. Paine will be
i THE EMBARGO FALLACY. Sullivan N. W. Littefi.! 'Id!, W. N. Lindsay : Powell. ,
R. M. Johnson, L. L. Johns, S. B. This got the matter up to this situa gin in the Sunday Times-Union of De- SUGGESTIONS
It I Futch tion-that Mr. Powell, had, on infor- cember 10. It is a sea story of adventure .
0. T. Nelson, A. M. H.
Darby,
:I The ever rising prices of foodstuffs mation furnished byIr.. Mullady, abounding in absorbing situationsand

I. I IIi and many other things, caused to a E.Mrs.\ Freeman N. B. Hull, Mrs., Louis Emily Wilkerson D. Sayles, N., made a statement that a thing had full of wholesome human inter- You will be sure to find the gift you desire in the list ;;

great extent by the European war, naturally happened that, as a matter of fact est. It holds attention from beginning
-
:t cause those who are not foresighted D. Wainwright, Jr., A. D. Andrews, S. to end and will be below-prices and quality are all that you could expect.J
'I C. Croft, J. W. Bielling, Dr. D. C. circumstances appreciated by
to demand an embargo on the and old. The
Witt, Henry Summers S. Brown W. a young story opens in
,
i iHand
; principal food and manufactured
staples perfectly reasonable London
and there
I : J. Waters, J. S. Howard, John W. Biel- deduction on our takes the reader FOR WOMEN. FOR MEN.
articles as a remedy. This, they that Mr.
part Mullady had in the
over seas commanded
ship
misrepre many -
; I think would settle the ling, J. F. Douglass, W. D. Dukes, Jr., Bags, $1 to $18. Travel Bags
{ .f matter, and Miss sented the matter. Whether he had by Captain O'Shea and owned by $5. Vy
I' : they wonder why our statesmen, especially Ella F. Werts, Buck Williams, done it maliciously, or through the King. Johnny Kent, Captain Envelope Purses, $1.50 to $10. English Kit Bags, f 15 to $50.
. : :: Prof. A. B. Shaw, J. G. Boyd, Dr. J. error Sewing Baskets, $3.50 to Fitted Travel
President Wilson, are unfavorable does not enter into the consideration. O'Shea's partner and ship engineer, is $25. Bags, $12 to $40.
'
i, toward such measure. G. Phillips, Phillip Nettles, B. J. app, The had Auto Restaurants, $15. Physicians' Bags, $5 to $10.
p a W. thing not happened, there at O'Shea's side through thick and
H. Underhill
;II An embargo would, no doubt, lower fore the misrepresentation was self- Card Cases, $1. to $5. Suit Case: $5 to $25.

I tf ;j the prices of certain necessaries, but evident, whether it occurred througherror thin.The management of the TimesUnion Traveling Bags, $5 to $35. Fitted Suit Cases, $15 to $35.

1 ;i i, what would it do besides! In the first Read the Bradford County Tele- i I or otherwise. is convinced that these noveletteswill Fitted Travel Bags, $12.50 to $50. Bellows Suit Casej, $7.50 to $20.

f t place the Europeans would retaliate by graph-the home paper. Now, if Mr. Mullady's letter to Mr. be much appreciated by the regular Writing -Portfolios, $2 to $10. Toilet Rols, $2 to $30.

withholding certain goods from us, of Powell did not bear out the positive, readers of the paper, and that Library Sets, $1.50 to $5. Gillette Razors, $5.

1 li i which we are very much in need, Catarrh Cannot Be Cured unequivocal statement made in the this special feature will be the means Desk Sets, $7.50 to $15. Military Brushes, $1.50 to $7.

i thereby crippling, or perhaps killing, with -LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they Times of November 2nd that 40 citi of considerably increasing the circulation Address Books, 25c to $1.50. Collar Bags, $1 to 350.

,. some of our industries, whereby many cannot Catarrh reach is a local the seat disease of the di eaee. zens of Hampton had cancelled their of the paper and materially adding Jewel Boxes, $2 to $18. Handkerchief Cases, $1.50 to $4.

t would be thrown out of work. If we fluenced by constitutional greatly conditions.in- subscriptions to the Telegraph then L to its popularity. The stories be- :Manicure Sets, $2 to $20. Stick Pin Cases, $1 to $5.

r forbid the export of leather goods and and take In an order internal to remedy.cure it you> must Mr. Powell seems to be guilty of ing selected for the series are of high Needle Cases, $1 to $2.50. Cigar Cases, $1 to $10.

manufactured metails, thousands em Cur is taken Internally Hall's and Catarrh jumping to conclusions, and he would character. These will provide enjoyable Scissor Cases, $2.50 to $6. Cigarette Cases, $1 to $7.50.

ployed in the production of those commodities acts faces thru of the the blood on the mucous sur I appear to be "the goat" of the evening reading in the home of Medicine Cases, $1.50 to $5. Tobacco Pouches, 50c to $3.
system. Hall's ques-
s. would be thrown Catarrh Drinking Cups, 50c to 350. Emergency Cases, $2.50 to $1.
of
out workor Cure was prescribed by one of the beat tion of veracity raised by himself. In every Times-Union family.
have their wages reduced. If we is physicians In this country for years. It this case we think he ought to apologize The Times-Union announces still an- Garment Hanger Sets, 50c to $2.50. Flasks, $1 to $10.

of. place an embargo on foodstuffs and known composed combined of some with of the some best of tonics the to Mr. Mullady for using a private other feature. Members-elect of the Traveling & Desk Clocks, $5 to $15 Drinking Cups, 50c to $3.50.

cotton, then the farmers will suffer. best blood of purifiers.the The perfect combination letter as the basis of an unwar legislature, which will convene in Tal- Photo Frames, 25c to $7. Bill Books, $1 to $8.50.
The ingredients in Hall's Music Cases, $2.50 to $6. Bill and Card Cases, $1 up.
: neutral European countries, Catarrh Cure is what produces such ranted statement, thereby placing Mr. lahassee next April, are contributing
.. who are in a much worse condition wonderful results In catarrhal condi Mullady in an embarrassing situation. articles concerning measures Watch Bracelets, $3.50 to $25. Pass'Case, $1 to $5.

l' than we are as to scarcity of many F.tions.J. CHENEY Send for &testimonials: CO.. Props.free, Toledo, That is what this paper would do if i iit they will introduce or advocate which, and Traveling Slippers, $1.25 to $2.50. Card Cases & Playing Cards, 50-f 2

: things needful, while they have been All Druggists .(>. had made any such bungle of thingsas which they believe should have legislative Telephone Registers, 50c. Card and Game Sets, $1 to $5.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Bridge Sets, $2 to $5. Thermos Bottles, $1.50 to $10.
: compelled to restrict the exports in the Times seems to have made in consideration. The Times-Union -
some directions, have in no case put this instance, and we would be espec is publishing these reviews exclu Thermos Bottles, $1.50 to $10. Attorneys' Brief Cases, $2 to $15.

f 0 a complete embargo on anything, well JOHN WHITE & Co. ially-apologetic if our friend had been sively. The management has also t -

4; :. knowing that such a measure wouldprove souantu.In.U..nt. generous enough to try to shoulder the made arrangements to print the only Very: careful attenttention given to Mail Orders and if de- :
a a boomerang. And when it blame and clear our skirts. complete report in the state of the
comes down to brass tacks, other con M4 tall mlM p11 Go to it, Powell Apologize to Mr. daily proceedings of the legislature.The aired, presents can be sent direct from. this store, nicely :-I'

ditions work as much or more for :FURS Mullady, and then you boys run along Times-Union offers most interesting boxed with your card enclosed.OSK'YS)121W. ::

raising prices of necessaries as do the and play and have a good time and lethe t reading to its subscribers for the

exports to Europe. The short crops HMMMQMttktaa. Telegraph alone. Trying to ge$ next six months, and invites others to ( Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I

of food staples and cotton, the shut- this paper in bad won't get you very become patrons.-Adv. \ r<


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I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. t PAGE FIVE
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Mrs. M. V. Hazel has gone to Fitz- Mr. Solon Carroll and family, con- .............................................+t+t....
gerald, Ga., to visit relatives. sisting of wife and daughter, Miss .
Abigail, of Columbus, Mont., are in PRESENTS I Isee
[ Dance at armory tonight.Mrs. Starke and have rooms with Mr. and FOR CHRISTMAS i
Bits of LocalInformation Mrs. B. Bj Hopson. They came in

.. A. H. Freeman left Thursdayfor quest of a mild climate and seem to be i .4
a short sojourn in Ocala. well satisfied with this locality. Mr. : : <*>
Carroll will probably buy a place in .
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Try a Stone Cake"-only a dime.J. the vicinity of Starke. 2 .

c..1J,1AI Oa ?..a.. .,...... ..afrryM I F. Kickliter. U. D. MINER The
... M sM c..0' eM r..... Last Saturday the Bradford County i Jeweler! I Ii
Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, was in Teachers' Association was held at i
town Wednesday. Brooker. Starke was represented by 4 :+
-- --- :Messrs. S. S. E. C. Warren
Dowling, ,
! Station Agent T. J. Griffin was in Mrs. A. F. Phillips, of Tallahassee Dance tonight, admission 25c. E. R. Poppell, Mrs. J. C. Poppell and and examine his extensive stock of Watches !
Jacksonville on business Monday.Mr. is visiting at the home of Mr. and Miss Olive Ray. This was an enthus- <.
Mrs. W. H. Philips. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams were iastic and well attended meeting, and i Table Plate Cut : :: o
L. D. Register made a business visiting relatives at Lake Butler the the good. people of Brooker entertainedmost es, Jewelry, ; ,
trip to Palatka last Tuesday.L Full line of boys' pants just arrivedat first of the week. cordially all visiting teachers.
Sternberg's.Rev. i Glass Etc. Etc. I
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Sullivan, of Theressa, was in We are distributors for "Stone's Sale on Boy's Suits at Stump's.The : L .
town Monday.Mrs. C. W. Mathison, pastor of St. cake." J. F. Kickliter.A. : r.
Matthews church, LaVilla, Jacksonville :Methodist Sunday school has an All tasteful genuine and guaranteed .
W. L. Wall was a visitor to was here the first of the week Z. Adkins, Esq., has been in Tal- interesting choir of young voices, be- i 11
Jacksonville the later part of the week. renewing old acquaintances.3c lahassee during the week on matters ing accompanied by Miss Cleo Mitchell ,
before the pardoning board. organist, Harry Canova and Hol- goods. Presents of this kind will be appreciated -
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'Miss Bessie McCormick, of Gaines- Lace Sale at Stump's.Rev. lis Knight, violinists. This school is : i
ville, spent the Thanksgiving holiday Many new and charming styles of now using a most excellent new song r'
because of their value. f
with Miss Hazel Brown. J. A. Hendry left last Tuesdayfor photos-the correct Christmas re- book entitled "His Praise," by Charlie f 'i .
Ocala, where he will attend the membrance. Hoover Bros. Studio.Dr. Tillman. :

. Fish and Cedar Key oysters fresh annual conference of the Methodist '; i jji
daily at Handy Brymer's. 10-13-tf. church. A. H. Freeman went to Lake IY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves I ; :
Butler Thursday to attend the meet- rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. UDM'
Coat suits at Sternberg's.Save ing of the Bradford County Medical i i

WHY NOTMrs. money by buying at Stern- Association.For LESTER PRICE ROBINSON CELEBRATES f

i I berg's.Dr. Sunday and every day try a BIRTHDAY.Last i Just West of P. 0. Starke Fla. I"
"Stone Cake." J. F. Kickliter.Rev. .
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Live
Mabel Duncan and little son, of Fred York, of Oak, spent
here last week at the Friday afternoon Master Les- .
Jennings, spent the Thanksgiving holi- home several of days his counsins, Mr. and Mrs.A. W. D. Stone, of Jacksonville, ter Price Robinson, little Son of Mr. ................... ......x......44&lu... H...1. Lat
Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law.
day with M. Darby. was the guest last Saturday of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, celebrated his ,- w'I
several W. M. Frye, of St. Mark's Episcopal third birthday by giving a party to a I I ;
Eunice Robinson
Miss spent
Get and gifts at Stump's.Mrs. church. number of his small friends.
toys
days last week with her parents, Mr. your
The small host was made happy by
1 and Mrs. J. P. Robinson. Catherine Vaughn, of Nash- Prof. H. E. Freeman, of the Hills- receiving many pretty birthday girts, Military Sets DOLLS Books for boys

Mr. James Darby and family, of ville, Tenn., is spending the winter in borough High School faculty, Tampa and the children all had a merry time t ,
.; Starke with her daughter, Miss Sun- spent last Friday in Starke with his playing games and enjoying the deli-
Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving day parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman. cious luncheon. The
olia Vaughn. dining room was American Character .
, with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard. darkened and Tea Sets Erectors
{ lighted by candles, the
ii Corks and barrels at Mitch- Stump will have a fine Christmasline. Your friends can buy anything you table being centered by a large birth-
.1 syrup can give them except-YOUR PHO- day cake on which burned three can- Kewpies, KidsWill
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; ell's Drug Store.PAY TOGRAPH. Hoover Bros. Studio. dIes. The room was prettily decorated Sets
, May onnese
I Miss Susie Darby, who is teachingthis with pink roses and ferns, and the refreshments -I Air Guns
a LESS AT term in Live Oak spent several Mrs.: 0. W. Alvarez, of Jackson- of punch and cake were I
.
j days of last week with her parents, ville, spent the first of the week in served by Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. R.
.. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. Starke, visiting her mother, Mrs. Lal- 0. Daniel. Cake Plates Christm
la Chace. Those invited to this happy event a s Scout Suits

c When you want good flour come toe Clean cotton rags, not too small, were Leila Dea Andrews, Lucile Mitchell -
the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Com- bought 'ht this office. Dance tonight at Armory. Louise Peek, Loiselle Turner, Eliz- '
pany. I abeth Andrews, Ruth Sternberg Flor- Salads .

Miss Eddie MeManaman, of Jacksonville Harold Brown is among those who ence Andrews, Russell Daniel, Eugene 600DS Pea Shooters r
The Andrews Mercantile Companyis was a week end guest of her has early strawberries to show. On : Matthews, David Mitchell, Don Hoover f
the place to get your furniture forM friends, Misses Addie and Rosa Bais- Friday last he picked a quart of fully Allan Long, Comer Long, Billy Water Sets .1
Christmas.f den. ripe Klondykes.J. Graham, Lucian Kickliter, Walter McDonald i
Jr., Merrill McMillan: Benny I be on Display Rubber' BallsGlassware

f SURE We sell pants $1.50 leg, all Prof. L. A. Davis, of Heilbronn, a Hampton Jones, of Callahan, has Sternberg.A "
seats free at R. J. Andrews, The Cloth- well known educator and a Telegraph been in Starke during the week. He
/; ". ier. correspondent, had business before the always has a pleasant word for every- WELL ATTENDED FUNCTION. Tuesday Dec 12 :
: school board Monday. body, and therefore he has friends in Tool Chests 4.
Ii All kinds of staple goods anJ chil legion wherever he goes. -

dren's coats at the Andrews Mercantile Sale on ladies coat suits at Stump's. Among the out of town visitors who Toy Stoves A. M. :
Company. Messrs. R. Sullivan of Hampton, enjoyed the Thanksgiving dance at the Darby
Capt. R. C. Heiuerger, who lives and C. Sullivan, of Theressa, were :armory last Thursday were Mr. and Black Boards
Ladies Sweaters at Sternberg's.MORGAN'S among the lovely lakes in the Theressa : among the business visitors to Starke Mrs. T. S. McManus, Mr. C. H. Strick- Cuddle Sets Call Street
section, was 'a visitor to Starke Mon Monday. While in town they'called land'Miss Marcia Strickland, Mr. W. -
w day. to order the Telegraph continued to A. Jolly, Mr. T. J. DeSha, Mr. G. S. $ %
? their addresses. Jolly, Mr. J. T. Strickland, Mrs. H. M. BalloonsHandkerchiefs
Mrs. L. A. Davis and her mother, Turner, of Waldo, Mr. L. Alexander, Bath Sets Fancy
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., went down on Your friends cannot buy it, YOU :Mr. Julian Heaton, Mrs. Pollard and
Mrs. C. P. Tison, of Jacksonville, Wednesday to Ocala to attend the an- must give it to them. A dainty, Miss Ivy, of Hampton, Dr. A. S. York,
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and nual conference of the Methodist charming. Christmas gift-YOUR of Live Oak, Miss Bessie McCormick, Desks
Mrs. A. E. Moitt, during the week.A. church. PHOTOGRAPH. Costs so little, of Gainesville, Miss Dorothy Darby CasserolesPercolators I '
means so much. Hoover Bros. Studio.J. of Jacksonville, Mr. Percy Gaskins, of Ties ShirtsHosiery .

L. Sullivan, a young businessman Trespass cards for sale at this office. Jacksonville.The ; .F
of Theressa, was in town Mon- W. Andrews, Jr., is in St. Louis, dance was a big success. Everyone s
day. Miss Louiebelle Brown, Messrs. buying another carload of horses and thoroughly enjoyed the occas Wagons, ;
, Moore and Marcus Brown, of Lawtey, mules. This will be the third shipmentthis ion.

Trespass cards for sale II at this office. were in town last Thursday attendingthe season. The animals being sound bo....
. and well
broken are sold almost
basket ball between Green as
Cove and Starke.game soon as they arrive. Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain.Sloan's in Eats for
0. Haynes, a well known citizen of Everything
Liniment is first of
Hampton, had business before the thought
boards Monday. We are closing out our ladies coat Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Morgan, accompanied mothers for bumps, bruises and for
suits. Stump's.. by Gary Ennis and Charles sprains that are continually happeningto ChristmasAUcTiOKsALE
LOOK-Everything new and up-to- I Ensey, motored to Jacksonville last children. It quickly penetrates and
date in men's furnishings at R. J. Mr. Silas Kite was in Jacksonville i Thursday. :Mr. Morgan returned home soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and
Andrews, The Clothier. Tuesday to visit his wife, who is an I by train Thursday night but Mrs. :Morgan more effective than mussy plasters or i'r3
inmate of the St. Vincent hospital. and the boys stayed in the me- ointments. For rheumatic aches, neu- .
Sale on Men's Suits at Stump's. Mrs. Kite one day of last week underwent :tropolis till Sunday. ralgia pain and that grippy soreness
a successful operation for kid- after colds, Sloan's Liniment gives a
D. W. Moore, a progressive farmerof ney disease and is slowly recovering. Among those who won prizes at the prompt relief. Have a bottle handy
Theressa had business before the tacky party, given recently by St. for bruises, strains, sprains and all 4 -
county boards Monday. 5 and lOc Valenciennes laces 3c at Marks Guild, was little Paul Ernest external pains. For the thousands
Stump's.A Knight. He was dressed as a coun- whose work calls them outdoors, the Dec. 16th
try maid, and his costume caused much pains and aches following exposureare Saturday

COME IN AND full line of genuine German dye merriment throughout the evening. relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At ,
:, Men's blue and gray serge suits just The prize consisted of a generous box all druggists, 25c. ((1)) t
received direct from Eastern manu- of chocolate candy.Dr. -

facturers. Every garment guaranteedFull I will offer for sale auction the following
Blue suits for at Sternberg's. at -
serge men line of sizes. $15 to $17.50. Giveus and Mrs. A. H. Freeman mo- LASS IFIE
a look. R. J. Andrews, the Clothier. tored over to Jacksonville Thanksgiving C
day to see a game of foot ball be- ADVERTISINGFOR V property:

John Muse, a popular citizen living Sale on Boy's and Men's suits at tween Hillsboro high schol and Duval
west of Lawtey, was a visitor to Stump's.The high. The Tampa team, of which Mr. Silots fronting on Clark and Pratt
.' Starke Monday. Henry E. Freeman is the coach, won SALE-20 head good stock cat-
*$ _____-_*_________ ladies of the Methodist church by a score of 14 to 8. tle. N. D. Wainwright, Starke. It. streets in Starke.
: Louis Wilkerson, of the Lake Butt gave a successful bazaar last Tuesday
ler section, was a caller at the Tele- afternoon. Fancy articles and a Mr. Farmer:-Have you ever FOR SALE-Ford Car, roadster-A
| graph office Saturday. luncheon of tea, coffee, cocoa and thought how much a good coat of bargain. J. T. Quigley. Two medium size log carts.
PAINT would improve the looks of
chicken sandwiches were sold. We
FOR SALE. Good horse. D. C.
f We have got i couple of nice well your home and add to the value of .
( understand that the amount realisedwas your
; Jones, Starke. Two medium size mules.
\ built mule c"lt= we will sell for $225. $70.Break. property, and the cost isn't much! 7-14-tf. : young
'4 The A. D. A,.drews,Mercantile C" Let us figure it for you-no charge. EGGS WANTED-We pay 35 cents

your cold or lagrippe with a QUIGLEY LUMBER: & SUPPLY CO. cash. Brown & Son. It. One two-horse wagon.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and few doses of 666. t
! Mrs. S. E. Brownlee spent Tuesdayand The Ladies Aid Society of Baptist POP CORN-For popping, for the kid-
One McCormick Machine and
Wednesday in Jacksonville. Among those who have'early strawberries .church will hold its regular I dies. J. C. Manning, Starke. 12-1-3t Mowing

this season is W. N. Murdaugh, monthly meeting Tuesday afternoonat Rake in condition. '
Hay
Men's good
r shirts in latest patterns at and he had enough Thanksgiving day 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. WANTED TO BUY-From one to 100
f head of stock cattle, for spot cash.D. t
T. N. Limbaugh. This will be the last
to treat his many guests at his City -
meeting before the Christmas sale anda W. Alvarez, Starke. 12-1-tf.
Sternberg's.MAKE Hotel with a generous dish of Klon-

US ner.dykes for dessert after the turkey din- large attendance is desired. FOR SALE-Restaurant doing-good Sale will be held at my home oh, Pratt :

business. Will bear close *Y
We are glad to see the farmers tak- investigation. -
ing a lively interest in fixing up their Box 131, Starke, Fla. 1013tf. staeet in Starke at 1:30 o'clock p. m. *
Mr.
N. T. Ritch had as dur-
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hainlin of Jack- guests homes. There is nothing which
so FOR SALE-Two and fourteen
ing the week, Mr. John Ritch, of sows
sonville, were the'guests this weekof Neals; Mr. C. C. Rountree of Haw- much improves the appearance of the pigs. J. R. Halligan. Starke. Phone S. L. ALVAREZ {
Mrs. Hainlin's parents, Mr. and country and makes it desirable as nice Wateroak line.
thorne; Mrs. Jim Ritch and children,
Mrs. L. C. Prescott.Mr. farms adorned with comfortable j
of Raiford J. H. Ritch, wife and chil-
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homes, presenting an air of thrift and WANTED-Sweet potatoes, smooth
dren, and Miss Reba Conner, of the
Aaron Register, who has been Wateroak section. enterprise. stock, desirable grades, will contract J
here with his son, Mr. L. D. Register, QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. for thousand bushels. See us at
has gone to Middleburg to visit his "The Happy Home Builders." once. Brown & Son. 1212t.

daughter.Mr. Trespass cards for sale at this office.L. ,WANTED-Three barrels syrup and FLOWERS FOR ALL O OCCASIONS

A. R. Williams and family have Wall Brothers are having the debris twelve turkeys. Write price at once
moved to Okeechobee. Mr. Williams R. Hill, the brick mason and car- removed from their ice factory lately H. B. Wiggins, 103 Madison Street, I .
is one, of the owners of the former penter, has lately completed the brick burned for the second time. This is Tampa, Fla. It. MILLS THE FLORIST INC
work for a large green house at Max- for the sake of enabling them to makea
\ Busshardt
of Starke. ,
I place northeast ville. This week he has been build- full inventory of the damage done FOR SALE-Camphor trees. Under
ing chimneys for the new residence of by the flames. It is to be hoped that 20 inches high, 20 cents each; 21 to JACKSONVILLE FLA.
PROVE IT. Son Rosier, who lives near Flat Ford, they will find things in no worse state 28 inches, 30 cents; 29 to 35 inches, t
in the northeastern portion of the than so that it will pay them to rebuild 40 cents. W. B. Kuhl, Starke. WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWN '"
county. the ice factory. 12-8-2t.
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PAGE SIX \ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECHMBER 8, 1l1L ,
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THREATENED West that they must help them out? accomplished such remarkable results !
CRASH IS
PRODUCER TO'CON A What is going to occur? Is England MRS. O'CONNOR in Mrs. O'Conner's case is sold by C. P. RUB OUT PAIN. 11

.: really going to suspend specie pay- Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler by
Morgan Group Shows Uneasiness ments? Undoubtedly some catastrophe Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in with good oil liniment That- '

About Britain's Finances. is impending. When it occurs the GAINS8POUNDS Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; the surest way to step them.: -

SUMER PLAN WILL Morgan group will try to. gloss it over, in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in The best rubbing liciment qMUSTANG !

.. Banking interests during the last : but they will not be able to succeed in Raiford. by the Weaver Drug Com

week, have been considerably disturbed deceiving the country as to. its true pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylor

t'"*J : PROBABLY BE MA -if not alarmed-by the unwonted import.-From the Fatherland. She Suffered From Stomach and in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. -

a activities of Mr. Henry P. Davison, the -Advertisement.
LIFE Trouble and Catarrh for Fiveor
partner and closest associate of J. P. WIDOW. OF MAN WHO LOST

DEBYP.O.DEPT. Morgan. Leaving Mr. Morgan in Eng- IN LODGE TO RECOVER $58,000. Six Years.Mrs. SHORTAGE OF OFFICE BOYS.

land, Mr. Davison returned to this LINIMENT

country on October 29th, when he im- MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 28- NEW YORK.-The shortage of of- !

mediately gave out an interview to. The State Supreme Court upheld the Jno. O'Conner, who lives at 338 fice and errand boys has become so

''f Floridian Father of Movement the newspapers, in which he stated decision. of the lower court in award- East Oldham Street, Knoxville, Tenn., acute that many business firms are Good fir the Ailments of

that he had had several conferenceswith ing the estate of Donald A. Kennya called up the KuhlmanChamblissDrug employing. elderly men. The difficultyin Horses, Mules, Cattle Etc.
to Bring Producer and Consumer Mr. Morgan on finances and mu- judgment of $58,000 because Kenny Co. recently and said she wanted getting juvenile office boys is attrib-

nitions.On lost his life while being initiated in to. speak to. the "Tanlac" man. When uted to the present boom in business. Good for your: oir" -cla,

f in Closer Touch. the following day, evidently not the Order of Moose, in Birmingham.The :\11'. Willis answered the telephone, Columns of want ads and window signsof rls r. : 9fSZu.3 : .
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satisfied with the effect of his previous estate maintained that an excessive Mrs. O'Conner made the following remarkable "boys wanted" testify to the sit- i u.iu r ..

I CITY OF JACKSONVILLE TO statement, Mr. Davison went to. the electric shock administered duringthe statement: uation. 25- SOt. $I. At all ) H
of out elaborate The head of one of the largest print.
* extremity writing an initiation caused Kenny's death. "I just wanted you to know, and
?=l BE USED IN EXPERIMENT interview and sending it to. the news- The suit was brought against the Supreme everybody else to. know, what that ing and publishing houses in New -
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papers. The banker spent much effort Lodge of the World, Loyal Or- Tanlac medicine has done for me. WhyI York, which now depends almost en- -
*_, in his labored article to seek to. tirely upon men of 50 to 60 for work rt.rJl"
der of Moose.
DEPARTMENT SE- have gained eight pounds already, sMWe\ : Hanufadwt :
OFFICE the %
POST declares .
done boys, ,
impress his readers that he previously by
upon regarded and have only been taking it for ten : :
I LECTS THE ABOVE CITY AT the financial and military resources TOM WATSON IS NOT GUILTYOF days. I have just finished taking the elderly office boys give better .satis- :tai :; METAL I
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the shortageof '
of He attributes
REQUEST OF MR. FLETCHER- England and France as MAILING OBSCENE MATTER first bottle and have sent Mr. O'Conner faction. CEIUNGS SHI
..*1 marvelous. He intimated that he expected this for boys largely to. the fact that par- 1GLESROOFING
to the store morning an- t
', PLAN BEING MADE TO LOWER their trade with us to continue other bottle. This Tanlac certainlydoes ents who formerly put their boys at '

HIGH COST OF LIVING. long after the war, and that for that Jury Found Him Not Guilty-Second- just what you say it will do.. I work after they completed grammar t

,'::1 reason it was in a measure our duty to. Trial on Same Offense. began to. eat better, sleep better and school, are giving them a better edu- AND OTHER SHE TttrTAL|
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extend liberal credit to. them.A cation. *
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feel better from the ,
; very BUILDING MATERIAL
rli 4 WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.-The an- day or so. afterward Mr. Davison "
that AUGUSTA Ga. Dec. 1. Thomas E. and the change in my condition has
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: nouncement made here yesterday took hurried Write To Say For takJoguei
a trip to Chicago, accom-
wonderful. I had good That Cough.A .
in just been a Stop
by jury
had practic- Watson was acquitted a
}I ,, the postoffice department panied by Charles H. Sabin, president and Spefial l Quotiti'onv'EDGARj
doctor before I Tanlac,
began using
ally selected Jacksonville, upon the request of the Guaranty Trust Company, who. federal court on the charge of sending hacking cough weakens the whole
of through the mails. The but he didn't seem to. understanf my TnEFioaIMllatPl
Fletcher obscene matter
D. U. and
of Senator ten twelve before had system, drains your energy gets
or days made ... .
,
this and his medicine did not seem to I I .I..c. .YILLr.FL"
in at 10:45 case, )
offices verdict brought
Florida, as one of the experiment himself conspicuous by an official was worse if neglected; your throat is raw,
where a trial will be made of statement that Germany was seeking morning. The jury had the case since to. me to do any good, so I just set it your chest aches and you feel sore all

r : dealings directly between the produ- peace through. the medium of Ambas- 6:38 o'clock Thursday evening. The aside and quit using it. over. Relieve that cold at once with

cers of farm products and the house- sador Gerard. When, this canard exploded court convened at 10 o'clock, but it "For the past five or six years I Dr. King's New Discovery. The RYES

holder, is viewed here as of more than Wall street intimated that Mr. was somewhat later when the foreman have been in a run-down condition soothing pine balsams heal the irritated Optician e-

H | ordinary importance. Sabin had been misled by bankers ata sent in word of a verdict. When the nervous, weak and at times very diz- membranes, and the antiseptic and : o

,, Appropriation Secured conference at the Morgan offices. jury filed in Judge Lambdin asked if zy. I had nervous headaches and indigestion laxative qualities kill the germs and

a This step has been taken, following In Chicago., after having the leading a verdict had been reached. The fore perfectly awful. My stom- break up your cold. Don't let a cold Broken Leases plicatt.d
work that Senator Fletcher did at the bankers instructed to meet him, }Ir. man nodded, handed the verdict to the ach was so weak I couldn't digest the linger. Get. Dr. King's New Discovery Same Day &s R.i'vc<)

,,j ; last session of congress, when he had Pavison came out more openly and clerk, who. read: lightest kind of food. I was nervous today at your druggist, 50c. ((1)) 9 Specialize!I 'cw'io0a I 3- n?fty fttbft

a section placed in the postoffice appropriation said: "I believe the time has arrivedfor "We, the jury, find the defendant and depressed and slept very little. I ,
'j bill providing that three us to. recognize that it is a measureof not guilty on all four counts. 0. S. had become so. despondent over my I -- ; -- -- -' --

cities should be selected where experiments safety for us to. accept the bondsof Bennett, foreman." condition I thought nothing could helpme. ----

should be carried on to. see great nations, such as England or There were no. demonstrations, although It certainly was lucky for me

whether a better agreement could not France, rather than to demand collateral many of Mr. Watson's friends when I heard of Tanlac. It is not like SMOKE
be reached between the man who produces for our lendings." congratulated him. Mr. Watson ask- any other medicine I have tried-It - -

the things we eat and the householder It is decidedly unusual for a banker ed the judge if he might leave and it seems to. soothe my stomach, and is a ,

which would reduce the cost to. of Mr. Davison's prominence to. display was indicated that he might depart at fine tonic, too, because my appetite is
:,. :' 'j the consumer, but which would not such desperate anxiety for pub- once. As the jury passed out Mr. Wat- good now, and I digest what I eat. If ALL PURE HAVANA

eliminate the margin of profit to. the licity. His eagerness to. seek to. convey son shook each member's hand. any one had told me there was a med-

C' producer. the impression in this country that One juror, J. H. Kroger, of George- icine on earth that would make me "rJ."

Senator Fletcher took this step af- English and French finances are on a town, embraced him. As Watson went gain eight pounds in ten days, I would The popular cigar of the South. Made by, the
ter months of careful study and delib- sound footing-which is contrary to down the steps toward his hotel he have thought them crazy."I :

t'l eration. lie was thoroughly convinced all the statements made by English was congratulated by former Governor don't believe there is another STARKE CIGAR COMPANY jf
should be under- Joseph M. Brown, Judge H. B. D. ,
that nothing radical financial authorities in publications medicine on earth like Tanlac. My ca- -
': taken. Anything in the nature of an such Twiggs and others. Mr. Watson's eyes tarrh is also deal better in
:'J as the Statist and the Economistwas a great ,!
Starke Fla.
i embargo. which would bring the United evidently a result of direct instructions glistened as he shook hands of those fact, I hardly notice it any more." Geo. L. Massey, Prop.

t States from a high to. a low level from Mr. Morgan. The latter who. had come forward to congratulate Tanlac, the wonderful medicine that i .

'. nation at one time would, in his judgment who has been in England for some him.Trial .
t not serve a practical purpose. He time, evidently has seen that the long- of Watson, an editor and publisher
t thought that what we needed more expected crisis has come upon that of Thomson, Ga., began Monday -
else was a better un- for the second time, a mistrial
anything
than country, and he is now doing all in his
derstanding, a more reciprocal agree- power to gather more hundreds of having resulted a year ago. when the

s ment, between the parties at interest millions of American money to be same charges were brought. Both }

whereby the interests of both mightbe flung into the whirlpool. that is lead- sides went into great detail regard- Such

t better conserved, with mutual benefit ing to the undoing of the British Em- ing the language charged as obscene \

1 to all and a loss and detriment to and many witnesses testified___as to thegood \\II\
m.'
a none. This caused him, with his usual pire.No wonder the Morgan interests are character 01 the witness both asa tobacco -,
foresight, to. see what could be writer and personally.
desperate. Simultaneously with the -
done to relieve the high-price burden. return of Mr. Davison, an extensive

Accurate Calculations advertising campaign was begun in SAVE MURDERER'S ASHES enjoyment

From what has already been done trying to. float the latest loan to. Great

in this matter, it is apparent at that Jacksonville at- Britain of $300,000,000 5 1-2 per cent 1.11.11. Will Get Remains of Joe Hill _

s' an early will date be the equipped postoffice to. make, for bonds. These bonds are not going at in 600 Packets. as you never thought _
all well. The Morgan banks are, becoming I t
tl a limited time, absolutely accurate fairly choked with foreign I could be is yours to z.r

'I calculations concerning the benefits to. bonds-English, French and Russian. The ashes of the body of Joe Hill, command quick as R.I
;; be derived from such a law as that This financing has been on a terrific Industrial Worker of the World or- ti f J

just mentioned. If it is found to be a scale, unprecedented in the history of ganizer and poet, who was found guil- you buy some Prince d /a.'M' ;

'. 'tc success, and Senator Fletcher and the their banking house. ty of murder and shot by the state of Albert and fire-up a Nx
officials of the post office department do Utah nearly a year ago, will be distributed f
not doubt that it will be, then the plan i Including the latest $300,000,000 loanto in 600 parchment packets toI. pipe or a home-made '-\ t
England, the $100,000,000
providedten
will undoubtedly go into. effect gener- W. W. locals in various parts of the 1 T
ally throughout the United States, days before for the French and the world. cigarette

and at all of the larger offices there $50,000,000 for the city of Paris, the William D. Haywood, general organ

will be especial departments operatedas foreign loans placed in this country izer of the I. W. W., went to. Grace- Prince Albert gives
since the outbreak of the
the connecting link between pro- war amount land cemetery in Chicago. the other tobacco %
to $2,040,000,000. These issues have you every satisfaction .'r _
a
and In this a
ducer consumer. way day and brought the urn containing /"
i practical and beneficial method will eaten up the investment ability of the Hill's ashes to the headquarters of the your smoke- ? '

be established, through the parcel postto country. There is scarcely a railroad organization."On hankered 5 i
system or industrial that appetite ever s + I) IiG M i
reduce the cost of liv- company
effectively receipt of those packets mem- Cop II1MIrnaUfc
dares to. bring out a security issue, ow- for. That's because ":
.
ing. orial meetings will be held to honor I Co.
.
ing to the fact that England is offer-
Hill," said Haywood. "The Industrial it's made f
by aparch patented Ib it
ing bonds at 5% cent and Russia
A SUCCESSFUL FARMER.We per Workers of the World never will for Om tket ny_ ....
others at 6% per cent. process that cuts out tkyn tidy rd tmPr
get him. Following an unjust trial, wJJ *>

had the pleasure of a call from this Why despairing, then, must appeal the Morganstmake Jar Englandand he was condemned to. death on the flint bite and Prince Albert has always a.36i.T.. r.t..t.a o7,- which July

Mr. Banner Rosier a few days ago.. siest circumstantial evidence. The organization *.a ""... '*'.. *..
France, especially at time when been sold without +
a
Mr. Rosier lives south of town and is I is obeying Hill's last command coupons or premiums stj&j'iito
they are trying to sell] $300,000,000 'Ni
numbered among the successful men English bonds? Why must Mr. Davi- to us: Don't waste any time We prefer to give quality I II

of the county. He has harvested eigh- son feel it his duty to instruct us that mourning-organize."

teen thousand pounds of long staple we must by all means extend unlimited i

T a cotton this fall, but, unlike most men credit to. England and her ally on security BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGINGBut

who. raise good crops and get good without collateral, when the 1
prices, he will reduce his cotton acre- I PRINCE ALBERTthe
present bond offering with collateralis
age next year. This is because he us- by no. means a success? Not So Bad if You, Know How to

es brains as well as muscle in his Each issue that is now being brought Reach the Cause.

farming operations. lie argues thus: out by England, France and Russia hasa -
of the European war, national joy smoke
With the close
higher interest and is
rate, being Nothing more discouraging that a
will be
other cotton
Egyptian and marketed at a lower discount Countries constant backache. Lame when
the market and will reduce you has a flavor as different it is You
thrown on whose credit is good, whose resources awaken, pains pierce you when you as delightful never tasted the like of It!
the price, while there is a strong probability And that isn't either.
. are as unimpaired as Mr. Davi- bend or lift. It's hard to work or to. strange,
boll weevil will reduce
that the
son would lead us to. believe, do not rest. Backache often indicates bad
the crop materially. hawk their bonds about the interna- kidneys. Starke people recommendDoan's Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette -

With the opening of the Armour tional markets at interestbearingrates Kidney Pills. Read this : Boy Prince Albert ...ry* can smoke and will smoke if Piince
packing plant in Jacksonville, Mr. case wA.rt tobacco .. told in they use
I Rosier sees another source of farm If ranging from 5& to. 6% per Mrs. Lucy Hemingway, W. Call St., loppy rtd bagt,Se; tidy rtdtint Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a tryout -
cent. British credit is so good, whyis Starke
says: "I suffered from lame
a lOci handsom.pound
revenue and has just purchased a re- she selling exchequer bonds in Lon- and aching back and could hardly get and half pound tin hami certainly have a big surprise and a lot' of enjoyment

istered Berkshire with a litter of animal pigs,, don with interest at 6 per cent? Why, around. It hurt me to. stoop and lift don-and .t corking fins coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply.
another registered
sired by the latest German war loan is only 5 and I felt miserable. My kidneys peU1ld.crylfal.t"" hand* Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own I
and will put more of his land into corn dor with tpongt-moitttntr story k
per cent. England, which Mr. Davison didn't
and raise high grade act right and caused me a lot that ".... thf tobacco
the coming year top "
is trying to make believe is i of
us so annoyance. Doan's Kidney Pills REYNOLDS TOBACCO Wimton-SalemjN.
hogs that will be salable in the market. lIIKlacl..rtrim-olflHlyd. CO., C. .
in the woods strong financially, is paying one per brought relief from the first and soon s :
No hogs running
more -
cent more for her than Ger- the
money aches and pains in back left --
for Mr. Rosier. He prefers having his my t. ..;
many. How is that? and the other '
fertilize his pastures instead of symptoms disappeared. I y'.,..:!
hogs What is in the wind anyhow? Whyare ." "
the trees, and he is going to keep 'i'
pine
the Morgan group so. anxious? We (Statement given March 10, 1911.) "r
them where they will not get cholera see in this latest English bond offering Still Uses Doan's. HULL'S DEPARTMENT STOREWe
lie
with other hogs. as-
by contact
:. of $300,000,000 that the Morgan syn- OVER THREE YEARS LATER,
in the
truth
there is
sures us that no .
dicate had to go out of its own circle Mrs. Hemingway said: "I occasionally -
that the that runs the
assertion hog
to. get bankers to. help underwrite the take Doan's

t it woods and is knows clear that profit the, for cost he of has raising tried issue. The underwriting syndicate as of kidney Kidney trouble Pills and as a they preventive buy in exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Eggs, Chickens and other Produce.

them is more than they are worth, advertised the Continental includes& Commercial institutions Trust suchas keep Price me 50 in cents good at health.all dealers." Don't We sell Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture, Shoes, Hats, Oils,

; while there stock is a real that profit is kept in up raising and and Savings Bank of Chicago., and the simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Paints, Gasoline, Feeds, Fertilizers, Lime and Brick. We buy Phoslime in olid car
high grade
Marine National Bank of Buffalo.
cared for and that dresses heavy These banking institutions were not Mrs.Doan's Hemingway Kidney Pills-the has twice same publicly that lots and are prepared to make low prices. We give good measure and arj; honest

t t enough Mr. Rosier to pay was for born the butchering.and raised in included in the syndicate which float- recommended. Foster-Milburn Co., weight to all. Yours for the Square Deal, t

has farmed all his ed the $500,000,000 Anglo-French loan. Props., Buffalo., N. Y. ((27)
Bradford county"he
Are the resources of the Morgan syndicate -
life and we believe he knaws.-Raiford group becoming exhausted? Is Pita Cored la 6 to 14 Days NEWELL
HULL'C.'V'i'
Tribune. this the reason why Mr. Davison and You dnrrUt will rtfrnnd BOMT U PAZO B. :
Mr. Sabin have made their journey to OINTMENT afij to care tore. of Itching,
1 D1ind.Deeding Protrndiac Pile.In 6toI4da,.. c
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DECEMBER 8, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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DRINKING UP FARMS. fendanti foot t the property abutting the said street, Interest thereon prvde that should the ing with the Town Council on or before. the

. The undersigned a Special Master, will of. t b$3.20.'I right of b eeri by the property date herein named, which may be urged by
FOODSTUFFS AREBOYCO1'IED fer for sale in front of the courthouse in ( Ninth street to be paved forty (40) owner between when the Installments any property owner or other person interested -

Starke. Florda during the legal hours of sale. feet wide, more or less, from the East curb line become due. then interest shall be against the enforcement of the ruirment
for
You say you have longed years on Mondy. lit day of January, A. D. of Walnut street to the West curb line of Cherry paid thereon until the next succeeding installment of thi Orinanre. at which th .

' for the independent life of the farmer, 191. highest and bist bidder for cash street The cost of doing said work is estimated period. Council deems that justice right

: UN- but have been able to get enough following described property, twit: to be 4.496.87.. The total estimated cost SECTOS VTI. The certificates of Indebte- same-- shall repeal, amend or
never The west half of the northeast qurr, also per front foot t the property abutting the ne iue shall b in th confirm the prvii.n. of this Ordinance;
money together t buy a farm. But east half of the northwest quarter, and the said street to $2.86. following for. tWt: prvid. bwever. no such amendment

this is just where are mistaken. southwest quarter of the northwest quarter (D) Cherry street to be paved twenty-six Incnue amount t b specially assessed ..
: you in Section thirteen (13), Township seven (7) (26) feet wide from the South side of Cal UNITED OF AMERICA against other property.
CTLCOSTLOWERSSOCIETIES For several years you have been drink south Range nineteen (19) east; also the street t the North side of Ninth street STATS FLORIDA Section X. That nil oinance fl parts of

ing a farm at the rate of one southeast quarter of the northeast quarter in cost doing said wo-k is estimated t b BRADFORD COUNTY ordinances of the Town of Starke. Fla.. in con
goo section fourteen (14), Township seven (7) 1275643. The total estimated cost per I IMPROVEMENT OF IN fid with the provisions of this Orinance. h
square feet at a gulp. If you south. Range nineteen (19) eat containing in foot to the property abutting the said street t CERTIFCAT the same are hereby npal.

doubt this statement, figure it out for all two hundred and forty ) acres, more be $2.28.E DEBTD od byTE Pae on this 13th day Novt'br. A D.
or le. ( ) Call street to be paved twenty-six (26) .
TOWN OF STARKE
PLEDGE TO BUY yourself.An E M. JOHNS. feet wide from the West side of Bay street E, S. MATTHEWS.
contains to the West curb line of Sanderson Lane. The Chairman
acre of land 43,560 Special Master. PRESENTS CERTIFY and make of the Council.
I JNO. C. COOPER & cost of doing said work is $1.- TEE Attest
SON. :
NECESSARIES OF LIFE feet. Estimating for convenience ftiat t b the Town of Starke Bradford
ONLY square And A. V. LO G.Solcitor 992.62. The total COt per frnt County State of Florida caused this certificate C. A. FUTCH.
the land at $43.56 per acre, you for Plaintiff. 12l5tMASTER'S foot to the property abutting the said street to of indebtedness to ha be issued under and Town Clerk

will see that this brings the land t b$2.52.F Call. by virtue of Chapter 7244 Laws of Florida. }pprve this 1th dy of November A. D.
HOUSEWIVES LEAGUES AND ( ; street to be paved twenty-six (26) .
1915. being an Act extending and enlarging
just one mill per square foot, one cent SALE feet wide from the East curb line of Cherry JOE HILL
the the Town of Starke
} Hereby notice is given and by powers of and Chap- WILL.oIS.
CLUBS WILL NOT BUY FOOD for ten square feet. Now pour dow virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure street of to doing the said West work side of is Water strt The K883.21. ter 6864, Laws of florida 191. which certificate Mayor. Town of Stark. Ford.STATE

INDIVIDUALS. made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial cot \ is hereby declared a to all
ENRICH
TO that dose and imagine .
firey just you The total estimated cost per foot frontto OF FLORIDA. .
Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, other liens save and except taxes, against the
the abutting the said street be COUNTY OF SSI.
are swallowing a strawberry patch. in the Circuit Court for Bradford property t following described real estate, situated in the BRADFORD.

Call in five of friends to help Florida, on the 22nd day of Cunty.. 228. Town of Starke, to-wit:___-______ the undersigned Town Clerk of the Town
attack your Section II. That it has been ascertained and of Starke. in the Count and State aforesaid.
YORK Dec. on 1916. in favor of The American Trust Company
NEW 5.-'te ------- -------- --------------
gulp down that five hundred foot determined that the total cost of the entire -_-___ ____ __-_ _. DO HEREBY that the above and
House you a corporation administrator of the estate in the sum of ____ __ J50LLARS, CERTF'
food prices begun by improvement to be constructed is the of is
so and
high sum forgoing a correct copy of
Get prolonged of G. F. deceased complainant lawful money of the United of America full tre
a
garden. on spree Stt
Makile. a
Tha tot the total the Town the
and city officials has 15,21.49. cost transcript proceedings ft the Town
League and Anderson and Pearley the same being the against
wives' throughout the state. Encouraged some day and see how long it will take Andenon and M. L. Hilliard as defendantsThe Florida shall pay approximately the raid property for________________ Council of said Tow n at an adjourned meeting
spread one-third of the entire cost of constructing the thereof, held on the 12th day cf November.A. .
to swallow pasture large enoughto as Special Master, will of-
you a underigned. ------------------------- ----
of sympathetic efforts imprvem.nt on th streets to improved : D. 1916. relating to an Ordinance providing .
by news fer for sale in front of the courthouse in b said assessment having been made and duly
the declared feed a cow. Starke. during the legal hours of sale rmaining cost each street, a completed levied by the Town of the of for the constuetoO of certain improvements
states promoters Tow
in other Put down that glass of gin! Tere's on Florid., 1st day of January, A. D. in their order mention. to b assessed t the Starke. a required Cunci. and is payable at in the Tow. Starke, Flrida and '

the movement promised to become dirt it hundred 1917 to the highest and best bidder for cash thereof.property abutting street on side the office of the Town Treasurer of said Town the assessment of A portion of cost
in
-one square thereof against tie
arutting and
the following described to-wit: and ha been divided into ten equal annual property
cation-wide. good rich dirt worth $43.56 per acre. The southeast quarter vrpry. quar- Section III. That upon the completion of theConstruction payment. payable to the bearer in one two. fronting the said inpmvement, and providing

The local campaign centers upon -The Northern Messenger. "They are ter of Section six (6)). in Township six (61) work aforesaid and the ascertainment thre. four fvt. six, seven eight. nine and for the for of eerlrcnte of indebtedness to

and a two weeks' boycott was south. of Range twenty-two ((22) east, contain- of the actual cost chargeable per ten years respectively with interest be issued by in the amount of
eggs, swallowed of wine." Isaiah 28:7. foot front to the and in $45.211.49. which Ord-nance; cow in full
of state and up ing forty (40) acres, more or less. on the above principal amount at the rate of i
recommended. Efforts order that the Town Council be force and effect
E. M. JOHNS may properly six (6) per cent per annum payable annually.It .
officials were supplemented my C. Special Master. and definitely advised as to the amounts to be is understood that the owner of the assessed IN WITNESS WHEREOF I lave hereunto
city Read the Bradford County "Tele specially assessed there is hereby appointedA. set my hand and official! seal this 15th day
of Troy and president JNO. C. COOPER & SON. property is given the right to pay or redeem
F. Burns, mayor F. Harley Town Engineer, who shall of Novembr. A. 0.191g..
graph-the home And A. V. LONG. car the total outstanding indebtedness due on this
of the state mayors' paper.LEGAL fully and equitably apportion that part of the C. A.
associaton.Mayor Slcitor for Plaintif 1215tMASTER'S certificate at any time before maturity by paying FTC.
Burns will send letters to entire cost to b specially assessed to the dif. to the Town Treasurer of said Town the Clerk

in New York + + + + + .p + + + + + + + + + SALE ferent pieces property benefitted by said amount of the unpaid installments of principal l-1-t .
the of every city improvements, who shall prepare an
mayors thereby together with accrued interest on the total
Notice is that under and
hereby given byvirtue NOTICE OF
APPIICATION
DEED
FOR TAX
Wilson and to + NOTICES + assessment rl. indicating therein the names unpaid to the next interest pay-
President governors of final decree of foreclosure made
to a vrncipa. UNDER SECTION g of CHAPTER
of the if the descriptions of
requesting them to issue proclamations I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + and rendered Novlmbr 24, 1916. by the Judge the property abutting know.the said improvement ment intert pro installment cae of non-payment upon this of certificate any- 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA.
of the of the Judicial
urging people to stop using eggs other -I Circuit of Ciruit Cur and for Eighth Bradford and to b assessed, the number of front feet when due and payable it shall be optional Hefeby notice is given that W. C. Foster,
coun-
I MASTER'S Florda. each lot or parcel of land contains, the amountper purchaser of tax
holder consider the
SALE with the hereof to alt numbered
than for the aged, sick, iufirm and Hereby notice is given and by tyfi. chancer sitting, in favor of foot front chargeable thereto, and the to whole of said sum expressed in this certificate respectively 109. 168. \ eerifcatp issued by

children, for the two weeks. virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure ant Lawtey and State against John. a L.corporation Stalsby ,and complain W. tel amount to be so specifically aee. which as immediately due and payable with interest the Tax Collector for Bradford Count. Florida
League of St. Paul made and ent.r November 17. 1918 R said assessment roll as soon com to date. each of said certificates the
Whitehead. the
The Housewves' by the Hon. J. T. Wills judge of the Circuit deendant. undersigned pletion of the work of the said Town Engineer IN WITNESS The Town of 3rd day of August, A. D. hu date the
offer WHREOF.
Minn, and Club of Chicago, Court of Bradford County. Florida in chancery Starke.for Florida between court the legal house hours door of at a shall be practicable shall be filed by' Starke ha issued and caused said cerifeat. in my 191: made
in favor of J. B. Rhoden complainant.and him with the Town Council, who shall con- C
the be the
resolutions for a boycott on sale on Monday. January 1st, 1917 to the same to signed by Mayor. ateted tax deed to issue in accordance
adopted
M. Rhoden and wife. Stella Rho sider and if found to be correct shall
against same with
highest and best bidder for cash, the follow by the Clerk and the Seal of said t b law. The said certificates respectively
defendants the undersigned will offer for thereupon pass a resolution imbodying therein
eggs. den. ing described situated in Bradford hereunto affixed and this certificate b embrace thfc following lands in
Movies sale in front of the court house door in Starke. lant county the information contained in the assessment ; dated a of the______day of_______A. Bradford county. nor la. assessed at the date
:
WilelpTe Bradford county. Florida during the legal Florda. half of southeast of southwest roll fixing the definite amount per foot front 19____. of the issuance ( .tch ceriatl in the
Motion Asso- of January quarter each lot of land therein
hours of sale on Monday the 1st day chargeable to or parcel respectively
of Section -------------------------- name particularly set
has volunteered the use of ever A. D. 1917. to the highest and best bidder ship five quarter(5) south of Range twenty-six twenty-two(26), Town-(221 described. Upon the passage of the said Mayor, Town of Starke. Florida. forth to-wit:
for cash the following described lands in resolution, and in order t afford the different Attest: Certificate No. 109 the WEU of
theatre in the city F.t. And all of Block one (1) in Peetsville. .mbre
moving-picture Bradford County. Floriila. to-wit 1NE' property owners whose property is proposedto SEVi. See. 25
Tp. S. 22
Florida in Section thirty-five (35), Townshipfive -------- ------- 6. 40 acres.assessed .
Slides of Sec. 21. Town be assessed, notice. of the opportunity to R E.
to carry out the campaign. of SE'i of SW'i (SI south. of Range twenty-two (C2) East, Clerk Town of Starke, ForidaBACK A. V. LOMT.
22 East containing ten file any protest they or any of them may desire -i
ship 6 South. Range No. 163 the SEt of
will be shown telling the people whatto as and platted upon the public rec : Cerifcat .mbre .
mal. to file against the levy of the assessment
or less. OF 4
acres more county and also that CERTIFCAT & Tp. 7S. 22 E.. 40 acres,
do to break up the combination of J. C. POPPELL. of the north of the northwest portion and the apportionment.of the same among the Numbr__.__-___ assessed Chandler. R 4,

those held responsible for high pri Special Master in Chancery. ouarter of thr-uarel t quarter of Sec different' pieces of property abutting and -------------- Certificate No. 173 tmbrc. the SW'. of -4

D. E. KNIGHT. tion thirty-five (351. Township< five (5) south, fronting the streets ordered to b imprv.by UNITED STATE OF AMERICA NE'i and SWU of SEU of NW%. S. 11.
Solicitor for Complainant. 12-1-at. of Stance twenty-two cast. lying east of the this Ordinance. they shall at pred to Tp. 7, S. R 22 K, fin acres, M.
.s.
ces.Official publish said resolution at least each week .
once
under the direction Bradford County Little. .
state right of way of the Seaboard Air Line Rail
acton MASTER'S SALE for two consecutue weeks and shall therein IMPROVEMENT CERTIFICATE OF IN Certificate No. 186 embraces the SEt of

of was fore- i II.rh notice U given and by \ay. E. M. JOHNS. name a day not less than thrty days after the DEBTEDNESS.Issued NE',. and WU NS. and &EI' 3,
that the of that certain final d'cn of foreclosure frt publication thereof, at which time the by ( S.
cast in the announcement gov- : Special Master.A. Tp. g, S. R 22 25d acre*. -
of the Eighth Judicial will meet and consider 1 a..
made by the Juikre Z. ADKI S. Counci any ob THE TOWN OF STARKEFor known.
ernor was in conference with George Circuit of Florida in chancery Kitting. Complainant's Solicitor. 12l5t.MASTER'S may be filed on or before improvement of the within described Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
ac
W. Perkins, regarding remedies the in the Circuit (our for Bradford County. date therein named by persons interested to law. deed will fcwu thereon
prpry. coring ta
of November. A. D. against the to be levied.
Florida. on the ( proposed I to
a.s'smenb
could undertake. Mr. Perkins is : Asssd 18th day of December. A. D. 1916.
state 1916. in favor of The American Trust Company SAE. Any property owner or person interested therein Witness
------------------------------------------- my official and seal this
I: chairman of the Mayors' Committee a corporation administrator of the estate Hereby notice Is given that under and by who shal b dissatisfied with the apportionment the 'silnatun
----------------- --------------------------- 13th day of November. A. D. 1S16.
The plansto of G. F. MarJiie. d..ea.l. as complainant virtue of that certain final dl'cret of foreclosure cost of said improvement Instalm.nt W. T. WEEKS.

on Food Supples. governor and Carroll and Amanda made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju- shall have the opiiortunity. and be requiredto 1 $____________ __..____.____._____19-_ ll-17-5t. (Seal) Clerk Circuit
Court.
enlarge of foods Carroll a defendantsThe diei F Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting file with the Town Clerk in writing specifically 2 $___________due________________193 :

and markets through a legislative undersigned as Special Master will of. in the Circuit Court for Bradford County and clearly any objection that he may $____________due______________ __
program fer for sale in front of the courthouse in Florida on the 22nd day of November. A. D. within the time prescribed by this Ordinance, 4 $____________due____ __________ __ BILL FOB "IVORlE

now under preparation."I Starke. Florida during the legal hours of sale 1916 in favor of The American Trust Company desire to urge against such apprtonment 5 $____________due.....____________.____ _. In Circuit Court. JUdiCil Circuit of

believe the question of the priceof on Monday. the 1st day of January. A. D. a corporation administrator of the estate Section IV. At the metng ( J___________due______________________ __ Forda. Brador county.
1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash, of G. F. Markillie deceased as complainant Council fixed for the hearinl hereinbfon sp- $_..______._dueS _____________ __19-_ c 'p:1enn |
foodstuffs to be a state matter, the following described property to-wit: and against R H. Taylor and C. D. Taylor ified or at any time hearng $____________due________________19__ v Bill for Divorce. -

said Governor Whitman. "I intend to All of lot twelve ((12) of Section six (6). in a defendantsThe objections to said special may b 9 $____________due_.._________________19__ Lt.ui.SUp-ienson. -

ina Township five (5) suth. of Range twenty (201, undersigned, a Special Mater, will of- adjourned the Town Council shall give 10 $________i___due______________________19__ Notice lo Appear
have a commission handle the thing east. containing eighty (80) acres more or fer for sale in front of the courthouse in objector an opportunity to be heard a to any '-.'-* Sia.e of Florida to Liuie Stephenson,

big way with a big man at the headof less. Starke Florida during the legal hours of sale objection that shall have been filed, and shall Starke, Florida.____________19- C.e.ling: : .

E M. JOHNS. on Monday. the 1st day of January. A. D. hear and determine any and all such objections RECEIVED OF__________________________ It having been shoA-n by affidavit that the '

Special Mater. 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash, that shall have been filed to the apportionment the sum of___..._....._._...______DOLLARS, defendant Lizzie Stepiienson is a nonresidentof
Wle efforts are being made to ex JNO. C. COOPER &SON, the following described property to-wit: of such special asement. and after being the first annual installment of principal of the State of }'.ridl and that th.residence

to turkeys and otherfoodstuffs And A. V. LO I.Solcitor The north hal of lot eleven ((11) of Sec such hearing shall eith.r the assessments and interest a specified in this certificateof of said defendant near Moniae in the State
tnd boycott Plaintiff. 12-1-31. tion eighteen ( in Township five ((5)) south a indicated in the resolutions a indebt.ne. of Georgia, that there is no person residing in

now commanding far.rjpri. of Range twenty (201 east containing forty published, or. if ne1sar and equitable so to ________________._____________ the State of Honda, the service of subpoenaupon
era and subject to speculation it is believe MASTER'S SALE ((40) acres, more or less. do shall amend same re-apportion suchassessment Treasurer Town of Starke Florida. whom wouli bind said ddeldnt and
Hereby notice is given and by E M. JOHNS. before such confirmation s that that said defendant is over the .

such action, if taken, wil! await virtue of that certain final decree of for Special Master. the assessment that shall be finally made and Starke. Florida,_ ______19__ one y an. lle

of the campaign against the closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial JNO. C. COOPER & SON confrlo by the Town Council shall be equit RECEIVED OF-__________________________ It is therefore order. consi&retl and adjudged
te rsul Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting And A. V. LONG.Solcitor just between the different pieces of the sum of___________________DOLLARS, that the Lizzie Stephenson -
high of eggs. in the Circuit Court for Bradford County for Plaintiff. 12-1-5t property abutting and fronting the said im. I 1 being the second annual installment of principal do appear to the anrl Bill of

Florida. on the 22nd day of November A. D. provement, and so that any assessment charged and interest as specified in this certificateof Complaint herein on 'or before the 18th day
1916. in favor of The American Trust Company MASTER'S SALE. aaint any and all pieces of property assessed indebtedness. of Dembr. A. D. 1916. in default whereof

a corporation administrator of the estate shall not be more than the equitableproportion __________________ a der pro confearo will b against
CHICAGO, Dec. 5.-Headed by the of G. F. Markillie. deceased, a complainant. Hereby notice la given that under and by of the benefits that shall have been By.Treasurer, Town of Starke Florida. the said Lizzie Stcrhenson.It eter

Women's City Club and the Chicago and against J. Q. Futch and Priscilla virtue of that certain final decree of for conferred by said improvements ; provided ia further ( that this notice bepublished

of Futch a defendantsThe cl.un made; by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial however, that no such amendment shall increase Starke. Florida,____....___19__ in the .rer BraMor County Telegraph

Political Equality League, members underigned a Special Mater, will offer Circut of Florida in chancery sitting the amount to be specially assessed RECEIVED OF-________ _____________ a newspaper Starte in Bradford

civil organizations and wom of the courthouse in in the Circuit Court for Bradford County. against other property. After the confirmation the sum of---___________________DOLLARS. county, Florida, care each wtel_ for six con
sever Starke. Florida, during the legal hours of sale. Florida, on the 22ml day of November. A. D. of the apportionment of the said assess being the third annual installment of principal secutive'weeks ltd
cubs are co-operating in an at on Monday. the 1st day of January. A. D. 1916. in favor of The American Trust Company ment by the Town Council, the Town Clerk and interest as specified in this certificateof IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I .lave: hereunto

check soaring food prices. 19l. to the highest and best bidder for cash, a corporation. administrator of the estate shall forthwith publish once in the Brdfor indebtedness. set my hand and affixed the seM of our Cir. '

The Women's City Club and the Chicago following described prpery. to-wit: ant. of and G. against F. Markillie S. J., deceased Register a and complain SarahRewi..ter County Telegraph, a newspaper By____________________________________ euit rour on this the 7th day of'November, A. '
northeast quarter Quar- the said Town of Starke, Florida a notice to Treasurer, Town of Starke Florida. D. -
Political Equality League are Te section twenty-eight ((28). Townshipfour as defendantsThe said property owners, indicating that the apportionment W- T. WEEKS. -- -

centering their efforts on an egg boy- ((4) south of Range twenty.two ((22) east for sale in.front. a Special of the Master courthouse, will offer in of said assessments among the Starke, Florida,______.._19__ (SEAL) clerk. -; "ft

and containing forty (40) acres more or less. Starke different pieces of property have been a con- RECEIVED OF_________________________ By C. A. KNIGHT. *.-
cott, members of the former having E M. JOHN Florida during the legal hours of sale. firmed by the Town Counci. giving the date the sum of------1----___________DOLLARS, .Depute Clerk
Special Master. on Monday the 1st day of Januar. A. D. of said the A. Z. ADKINS.
pledged themselves to refrain from confrmation. upon publication being the fourth annual installment of prin
1917. to the and best cash
C. COOPER A SON, hilhe.t thereof asesment as apportioned cipal and interest specified in this certificate Complainant's &lcitor. : '
the use of eggs while the present high JrO. A. V. LO G.Solcitor the folowil described prprty. to-wit: and confirmed shall be final. In the event any of indebtedness. 8 -- 1-10.61-

prices continue and the latter having for Plaintiff. 121St.MASTERS of north'at Section quarter twenty-nine ((291. Townshipfour quarter part of. such. _special assessment shall b foundto By.__________.________.----------____ NOTICE Cf FI.NAi

adopted a resolution to boycott eggs ((4) south of Range twenty-one (21) eat.containing part b, Im'ald any or reason insufficient whatsoever in the or TownCouncil in I I Tnaunr. Town of Starke. Florida.Starke Six month after date hen.f DIS'.B.\RGE twit the

for two weeks and to appoint a committee Hereby notice is gIven SALE and by forty (40) acres more M. JOHNS or less. may at any time a far a it is practicable Florida_______19_ vouchers 14th and Januar. 1917. I will prnt my

to investigate the of virtue of that certain final dl.r. of for E to so do. in the manner provided forin RECEIVED OF___.___._______ ____* A. Gardiner. account to ..he Honorable
Special Master. Gt. County Judge of Bradford
pos'sibit Judicial the levying of an original assessment, cause the sum of __________DOLLARS
closure made by the Judge of the Eighth JNO. C. COOPER 4 SOX. ------------- ,
administrator
aggressive action. a new assessment to made and levied which being the fifth cunty Florda a of the estate
Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, And b I annual installment of principal -
A. V. LONG. ''er. deceased, and asked
when made shall like form and effect pt to
In for Bradford County. I and interest specified in this certificateof
addition five measures designed in the Circuit Court for Plaintiff. 12-1-St a a be dischraged sycn administrator
Solcitor

to curb the advancing cost of living 1916.Florida in on favor the of 22nd The day American of November Trust, A.Company D. NO. 90. an Section original V.assessment That each of said assessments indebtedness.By______.________________ _____" This the 14th a da:., of D.July.W. 1916.

were introduced in the council. administrator of the ORDNANCE Treasurer. Town of Starke Florida. MANNING
city a corraton. estate BE IT REMEMBERED, That at an adjourned for said improvements shall be payable within Administrator of the estate of D.
of deceased complainant after the first of S Wheeler
thirty (30) days publication
Those Markile a
adopted included one calling on and B. Browning and Mary meeting of the Town Council of the Town of the resolution aforesaid without interest but Starke. Forid.......__19__ deea. : 7-14-6mo-

the city health commissioner and the Browning defendantsThe Starke.. County of Bradford. State of Florida all such assessments not paid within the said i RECEIVED OF________________________ NOTICE
a Of
undersigned Master, will offer held on the 13th day of November. A. D. 1916. shall bear interest the the sum of--- _____DOLLARS, FINAL DISCHARGE
chief thirty ((30)) days at -
of to Special
enforce the
police city ordinance a courthouse in at its regular place of meeting in said Town rte; being the sixth annual Six month after date I will present to the
I for sale in front of the of six (6) per centum per annum from thedate installment of principal Hon.
.
prohibiting the legal hours of sale at 7:30 o'clock p. m., there being then and and interest specified in this certificateof Gardiner, &County Judge of
regrading eggs.- Starke. Forida. during of the first publication of the said resolution & Bradford '
there present the following members of said county, my vouchers and
2 let day of January. A. D. Florda.
Sanford Herald. on aforesaid. The Town shall in case indtbtednes.
to the highest and best bidder for cash council: of default of payment of any installment when; By______________________ final account a >tratri.{ of the estate
19l. J. W. Andrews Jr.. D. C. Jones, E. S. Mat. of S. of Bradford
to-wit Town Florida.Starke Strnbul. lat county.
described of .
following property : it becomes due. also have the right to declareall Treasurer Starke. Flor.ds. .
thews. J. W. White.
AS TO BEGGARS IN FLORIDA. The SW quarter of the NE quarter S. A. outstanding installments a immediately I such deead.Administintrix.ak tb: dischargedas

Abent. Bran. Florida._ _____ __ I
19
and and _
due payable same payableand
five
of Section twenty-five ((25) Township certan shl b This the 18th day of August
proceedings 1916.
meeting were RECEIVED
enforceable in all respects city OF_ ___________
(5)) south of Range twenty-one (21)) east, containing had. among which were the folowing. towit: taxes or otherwise provided a orinar the sum of-....------___________....DOLLARS. ANGIE STEI.DURG.
Ever winter Florida is visited by in all forty ((40) acres more or less. Councilman Jones vrented certain however it shall a be lawful for provided the being the seventh annual installment of principal Administratrix of the .tte: S Stern-
one ((1) acre to church.E. ordinance and after its being read by the deceased.
the halt and the blind from except M. JOHNS. respective owners of any property so assessed I and interest as specified in this certificateof bUT. [ 8-lWm
Clerk moved
that the rules suspended and -
other of b for such improvement in the sum of Fifteen indebtedness.By ; -
the -
parts country. They comet Special Master. the unanimous consent of members present Dollars ( or more, at any time within _________________________________ NOTICE OFFINAL DISCHARGE -
Florida because the winter here is JNO.And C. A.COOPER V. LONGv& SON. read be without obtained referring to consider same the to Committee Ordinance a thirty ( (15.00)) after the first publication c Treasurer. Town of Starke. Florida. Six month aftrt this date.; -.. on the -

so severe as other sections. The for on the said resolution aforesaid to file with 29th Janu. 191 I Sill present to
i Solctor PJaintif. 12-1-51 Rules Laws and Ordinances : the said motion Town Clerk of the Town of Starke. Florida Starke. Florida,____.._19- the Honorable Ge: County

success of the professional beggar depends being seconded by Councilman Andrews. the a written application to the Town requestingthe RECEIVED OF_____________--_____* Judge of ,Gader. my a vouchers
his MASTER'S Chairman stated the motion and called for an the sum of _____________ DOLLARS, and final
upon opportunity to get out SALE privilege to pay such a.ment in fn.stlment. --- aC dnt a executor of the last
Hereby notice is given and by aye and nay vote and the motion being the eighth annul
installment of will and
tht prvaie which shall contain a statement of principal testament W.
into
the open where there are plentyof virtue of that certain decree of for each of the said Councilmen voted or other convenient descriptionof and interest specified in this certificatecf and ask to be discharged H Pver. dB.
a
people. To a large extent the cold closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial vor of the said motion. Thereupon Councilman the property bloks. of the applicant assessed for indebtedness. This the Tlst day of July a 19f exetor.

weather of Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting White moved that the Ordinance be adopt the construction of said improvement and _____ ________.____ J. ft. FUTCH.
higher latitudes forbid this in the Circuit Court for Bradford County. ed the said motion being by Councilman ByTreasurer
Town of
seond. state that the applicant and property owner Starke, Florida. Executor of the last antf Testament of
-but in Florida the chances are bet Florida on the 22nd day of November. A. D. Jones and then "ther put to waives any and all of defense, W. H. River, de Wi '
ter. 1916. in favor of The American Trust Company a vote of the "ayes and nays. the roll being irnulartie proceedings Florida,___.19_. .. ae L 7.28-mo_
It is for this jurisdictional or Stak. -
cause that professional a corporation administrator of the estate railed the said Ordinance was unanimously otherie. RECEIVED ____ ___
to construct said fir which said _____ I. + + + + + + .:+ + + +
by vote of all members of the Council F
7 beggars flock to Florida as soonas of G. F. deceased as complain- adopted a : the the sum of _.DOLLARS .
,
Markiie. levied,
have been
assessments or apportionment -------------------
and Robert and Elizabeth present each of the said membr voted being the ninth annual installment + +
the winter begins. ant L of the cost thereof; that the applicant of principal -
Robr. a d.f.ndant : 'aye. and there being no vote"nay" whichsaid and property owner agrees to pay said and interest a specified in this certificateof + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +
average man is for this Special Master, will of vote is follows: indebtedness.
Te sorry Te underin. a lord.a assessment in ten (10) equal annual installments
of people and seldom refuses frnt of the courthouse in Ayes: J. Jr, D. C. Jones E with interest at the rate of six ((6)) ByTreasurer ____________________ + +
their Starke Florida during the legal hour of salt! S. Matthews J. W. Whit. per centum per annum. No such applicationshall Town of Starke Florida. + New time; table takes effect +
he feel Absent S. A. .
Appeals, although may on Monday the 1st day of January. A. D. I : be effective received and filed by the

*are, in his own mind, that his charity 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash, I The said Ordinance is in the following Town Clerk if the nor total amount of such assess.ment. Starke Florida,____ _.._19__ + 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 28, 16. +

is not being bestowed. the following described vrprty. to-wit: words and figures to-wit: due to any previous assessment for RECEIVED OF-____________._________ + Trains will rrive in SUrke as +
He
worthily The northwest quarter .outhwet quarter the sum of _____DOLLARS.
ORDINANCE NO. SO. street or sewers assessed againstthe --------------- + follows +
does not wish to take the chance of of southwest quarter of section twenty-six I same impr"ement property or remaining unpaid shall being the tenth annual installment of principal : :
U 6), and the northeast quarter of the southeast ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE CONSTRL'CTION + +
turning down exceed the valuation of said property and interest specified In this certificateof -
a
an appeal to help real a
a quarter of the quarter of Section -! OF CERTAIN STREET IMPROVEMENTS -
.outh.at shown by the last tax roll of the Town. unless ind.btedne.By + +
Jacksonville
distress. Usually the beggar is crippled twenty-seven ((27. and commencing at : IN THE TOWN OF STARKE the owner making such application ____________________________ to Tampa
southwest comer twenty-six 126)' FLORIDA. AND THE shal. bfor ForidiSection No. 1 .H:14 m. +
Treasurer Town
or blind, and these in themselvesre pay cah the Treasury of of SUrke. p.
and running north on Section line four hundred PORTION OF THE TOTAL COST THEREOF
said Town or County any such excess or unpaid No. 3 10:40a.m. *
'
sufficiently appealing, regardless and twenty ((420) feet to a point of b'inninl AGAINST THE PROPERTY ABUTTING AND -
valuation shownby
i of the thence east six hundred and FRONTING THE SAID IMPROVEMENT.BE asment over the a VIII. Upon the issuance of the eer- + No. 9 2:52p.m. +
-
conditions back of them and roll to be applied accountof
tax on of they shall
,
(629) thence north two and IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUN- tifcat. ind.bt.n. a afonaid + +
fet hundr
assessments. -
,; they cause men to open up the purse- forty (240) fet. thence west hundndand CIL OF THE TOWN OF STARKE. IN THE any such outstanding Tow with
strings. twenty ((1320) thence south two hundred STAT OF FLORIDA : Section; VI. That upon the expiration of the Town Treasurer in a specal and separate + Jacksonville to Cedar Key +
fet "
and forty ( ) thence east six hun 1. That the following .tlt. or the said thirty ((30) days within which iuchassessments fund known a the "Improvement Fund. and + No. 15 +
The pity is that, owing to the conditions dred and sixty (660) fet fet to the point of beginning portions thereof lying and being within an payable without interest against the certificates so deposited, but for an : 6:0- p. m.

as they are at each and being in Stion twenty-six (26)) the corporate limits of the Town of Starke. there shall be issued against each piece ofproperty aggregate amount not in excess thereof, th + +
present, and twenty-seven (27) above Florida be improved by the construction of so assessed eertieate of indebtedness.which Town shall Issue Improvement bonds In + Tampa te Jackso<
community in the state Les not deVise ed lands being in Township al five ((5) suth decrb, vitrified brick in such form and man shall therein indicate the description for and details a by Ordinance may be pre Tle. ,

some means of investigating these Range twenty-two ((22) east and continingt..nty.ix ner &is pavng. the plans and specifications of the property &the name of the own scrb. a authorz by Chapter 6964 Laws + No. 2 -y- 4 : a. m.

eases and (26) acres, more or lea*. governing same on file with the Tow er thereof, if know. total amount assessed 191. + No. 4 .- 3:42 p. m. 4
then, after separating the M. JOHNS. clerk. and which are hereby formally adopted the amount of installment in each and the Section Ta in order t afford the -

wheat, drive the chaff from the state. E Special Master. by the Town Council relative thereto the said date when the same are payable: the said property OWel. other persons Interte. + No. 10 (Lr.litd)___ 5:54 p. m. +
shall bear interest at the rate of notice of the provisions of this + : +
In this JNO. C. COOPER & SON. improvements to consist of grading curbing cerifcate -
way we might be relieved And A. V. LO G.Slcitr and paving is therein required : the said ((6Jr cent per annum until paid. and to provide ample opportunity for objections by + Cedar +

from running into horrible sights of for Plaintiff. 12-101 .tlt. or parts& thereof, being a follows to- shall b mad payable at the office of the Town them against the enforcement of the requirements Key t lacJsnTleNo.

the ,- : the Town of Starke, Bradford herein contained the Town Clerk shallimmediately + 1_-_______. m. +
deformity on prominent corners or SALE. (A) Walnut street be paved twenty-six County. Florida and each of said certificates upon the passage and approval + J + I.
MSTER' t
at the post ofc for the worthy ones that under and by (26)) feet wide from north side of Madison shall be made payable in one. two three of this Ordinance by the Town Council and tl -

of these taken off the Herb that certain final decree of forei street to the North tide of Ninth .t"4t four. five. six. seven. eight nine and ten years enrollment thereof on the records of the + Want Trains + t

and culd b el"ur made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial The cost of doing said work it t,. after date. each installment of principal and publish this Ordinance once a week for four + (Daily txcept Sa day) *
tt provde through pub Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting be 1389960. The total estimated cost per interest to be paid annually unti the fullsmor.flt consecutive wek in the Bradford County
a less cost to in the Circuit Cour for Bradford County. front foot to the property abutting the said'. of said certificates paid but Telefraph. a newspaper published in the Town + No. 101 Leases Stke'6:45 a. m. + J

ct in the Florid on the day of November A. D. street to b 12.28. the owner of the property abutting on the of Starke. Brdror Cunty. Forda T+ No. 104 arrives p. m. + r
state.- favor of The American Trust Company (B) street to be paved forty (40) feet street so paved shall have the right to pay the Town Wl. + GRIFFIN +
Clearwater Sun. a corporation administrator of the es- wide frm Cal the West curb line of Sanderson amount assessed against each peee of property 1916 at the 7:30 o'clock p. m.. meet at T. J. Agent -

. tat of G. F. Markile. dee a complainant Lane to the West eurb line of Cherry street 1 assessed, in cash, a otherwise herein it regular place of meeting in the Town of +

' j the and &aln' M Lynn Mar. Lynn, Chicago The cost of doing said work is etimate to b prvide or at any time be 1 desire by pay- Stark to hear. consider which and determine filed writ-any 4 + + f + 4 + + + 4 + + + + *
R Telegraph. a corporation a d J9.182.78. T total estimated eOt per amount due, together with accrued al objections may b II


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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. ___ FRIDAY, DECEMBER ,. ln|

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.;: Mr. Jno. Shriver and family and Miss won by Miss Annie Askew and Mr. D. LAWTEY.The WOODLAWN PARK.
!{ Edyth Warren motored to Alachua T. McGill. The other contest was won :'Fi

f last Thursday night and attended a by Miss Marguerite Lowery and W. T.
musicale.Dr. Townsend, which contest was twelve sad news of the death of Mr. W. Mr. John Browning notored b'Y .-

L. L. Lamb, G. W. Lewis, U. D. different flowers with the beginningof H. Parker was received here this week. Jacksonville (on-.ay. 'f'

County News Items Johns, E. L. Crosby, D. W. Hazen, L. "car." Mr. and Mrs. Parker have been spend- Prof. Brady Bryan visited hb ) :a
i Johns and Fred Hazen were transact- At a late hour dainty covers were ing the winters at their home in East ents at Raiford, Saturday and SunS; :-;)
.. ing business in the county seat last laid and a very toothsome and deli- Lawtey for the past four or five years. Elder N. T. King, of Starke preSS.

Monday.Mr. cious course was served. He will be greatly missed here this ed at the church here Thanksfhini. 'fl,
: biteTMtinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our and Mrs. J. M. Shaw, and Mr. Those present were, Misses Clara w'rter, as his many frbnds her have I He was accompanied by his wife. *,,

Regular Correspondents. H. S. Warren motored to Starke Tues- Stewart, Edna Epperson, Annie As- been looking forwara with pleasure co I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strickland rf ,=: n

! day afternoon to attend business.Mrs. kew, Annie May Pogue, Bessie Kennedy his regular winter visit. I Miami, visited relatives here SandaJ tj:,"
A. B. Shaw and children, of Yoland Jones, Ina Alderman, The Huntington, (W. Va.) Advertiser Mr. and Mrs., A. 0. Stricklani rf '

Worthington, were visiting in Brooker Margaret Cobb, Marguerite Lowery, of Nov. 24, has the following: Rising, visited here Sundiy. \' .

'' MILLER. business visitor to Raiford Saturday. Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Lucile Webb, Myrtle Blair and Win- William Henry Parker, aged 73 Mr. 0. J. Philips and sister, Sfia =t.

: Hon. A. D. Andrews and son, W. H.] E. J. Ward left last Saturdayfor nie Townsend; Messrs. W. H. Lee, D. years, G. A. R. veteran and pioneer Debbie, spent Sunday evening a, the _
j --r Andrews and Mr. John Dowling visit- Cedar Keys, where he has accepteda T. McGill, T. C. Chastain, Elsworth railroad engineer, died suddenly on guests of Mr. and Mrs. l;. a Wooto.;

. County Judge-elect, Hon. B. D. ed Starke Tuesday.Mr. position at a big lumber mill. Harper, Irwin Dekle, W. F. Townsend, Thursday of heart failure at the homeof of Lawtey. :

4 Hiers, and family, of Gainesville, visited J. S. Rosier, of Evergreen, was The Bradford County Teachers' As- :\Merchant, T. M. Townsend, S. D. his daughter, Mrs. C. B. Lawton, Rev. M. F. Moore, cf JfashvfiVj; '=
r his sister, Mrs. H. S. Miller, Sunday in Raiford Saturday.Mr. sociation met at Brooker last Satur- Carver, Julian Loadholtz.One 534 Sixth avenue. Members of the Tenn., will preach at the Woodlaiiji

Mr. Hiers is a Bradford county E. A. Lamb, of Lake City, is day with about thirty teachers pres- of the most enjoyable evenings family had no warning of Mr. Parker's church next Sunday, Dei 10, at H..; '::
toy and his many friends are proud visiting in Raiford this week.HEILBRONN. ent. Various topics of interest to the spent this season was the social gath condition as on Wednesday he was m., and 3 p. m. All are requested to': "y
+;I t of his success in being elected to the teachers were discussed and all pres- ering given at the home of Mr. and enjoying his usual good health. Fun- attend and hear this abe speaker. >"

'r important position of judge of Ala- ent reported a pleasant as well as a.. Mrs. D. W. Pinholster last Thursday eral services will be held 7:30 Friday I Messrs. H. S. and E. Ij. Hilliard tfc
chua county. Mr. Hiers is made of profitable time. It was decided that : evening for the basket ball boys of night at the home of his daughter.The tended the Duval County Fair. Ved- 3
; r the stuff that will insure the people of the next association would convene at Palatka. Everyone who attended enjoyed body will be taken to Reading, Pa., nesday.
.: Alachua county an efficient officer. Mrs. Damon is sick this week. Raiford on the second Saturday in themselves to the utmost, after for interment. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Greene were hop. ;'

i r' Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan of Cane grinding, 'tater digging and January which Welsh rarebit and hot coffee Mr. Hayes Shipp and sister, Miss ping in Staike Tuesday) t

Theressa, with the latter's parents, hog killing are in full force in these were served. The guests then departed Catherine, of Lake City, spent several The farmers here area -sy engaged n
: Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples, visited parts and tend to materially affect the LAKE BUTLER. expressing their appreciation ofa days last week as the guests of Mr. grinding cane !low. a,
. { Prof. and Mrs. W. B. Feagle, of Fort attendance in school. most pleasant evening. and Mrs. R. B. Jackson. -j---i >

: V White, on Thanksgiving.Mr. Mr. Schellie Rosier made another Miss Lois Kelly, a young lady who Mrs..A. W. Biddle, of Macon, Ill., Read the Bradford -County Tel*, _
of Bland Ala- Mr. L. A. Duncan was a business I lives of Lake Butler was the guest last week of Mrs. E. D.
. I H. T. Bennett, pleasant visit to our school last Wed- east was carriedto graph-the hone paper.For .
chua county, passed through our burg nesday. visitor to Gainesville Tuesday.Rev. Jacksonville early Sunday morningfor Sayles.
Paul Kendall has gone to the "Mr. J. P. Edwards of Jacksonville -
K Monday afternoon. Miss Mabel Carter, our champion an operation. The friends of Miss ""
:; J. J. Bielling, of Providence, passed tomato club girl, is in Tallahassee tak- annual conference at Ocala. Lois hope that the operation for ap- a former resident here, was shaking
The Bradford County Medical Asso- hands with his friends here last Fathered Son
l through our town Sunday afternoon ing the course in domestic science, of- pendicitis will be successful. many I
on his way home from W orthington.I fered her as a winner in the contest ciation will meet here Friday, the 8th. Next Sunday is our regular appointment Saturday.Mrs. .

I r. Hon. W. D. Brooks, of Providence, Hon. John P. Sapp, of Sapp, attended Many citizens of Bradford countyare I. at the Christian church of Rai- J. McCully and children< Os- 360 :PICTURES:
ri 1 t passed through here Friday. business here last Monday.Mr. proud of the fact that we have ford, and it is very important to havea car, Frank and James, spent several '-
sl Prof. N. W. Hall, principal of Miller A. A. Wainwright is spending I: three substantial newspapers to carry full attendance. Especially is this days last week and this with relativesand 360 ARTICLES'

i school, visited at Lake Butler last I this week in the city of Jacksonvilleon all the good news and important advertising true because the church year ends friends in and near Lawtey.Col. !.4CHMYTJf
Thursday and Friday. of the county right in our with the appointment in January. Im- A. Z. Adkins was a visitor to '
business
and trip com-
H. S-Miller, merchant prince of this bined.a pleasure home. Every man that wants to makea portant maters will likely come up : Lawtey last Wednesday.The ON ALL NEV STANDS

a place, made a business trip to Lake Messrs. David Johns, N. D. Green, successful living should take all of for consideration at the close of the Lawtey Woman's Club was the
these papers, as they are a big factorin sc ne of Christmas last
Butler Tuesday. forenoon service. a pretty party
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Cents
Davis and Owen Par-
N. D., and L. A.
I B. E. Brown made a business trip menter made a business trip to the keeping the people to all live like Reports show that this has been a Friday evening when the members t '

!1 to Lake Butler Monday night. county huh _last___ -Mnndav.__n___.. close neighbors. The Telegraph is the time of great enterprise in church held open house in their new buildingfor POPULARMECHANICS
Freeman Stokes Mar- old stand-by, and it would be like tak- in the the first time since its
and Seeber air: and Mrs. T. J. Moore are the building United States. It is comple-
ion Waters, Joseph Harrison and Carl proud parents of a fine new girl. ing the mainspring out of a clock to said that taking eight hours as f- tion.

Brown attended a pound party at :Mr. Mr. W. C. Clemons, our professionalhorse do without it. The Bradford County working day, that one new church has ilany of the honorary members were
and Mrs. Eugene Douglass in Colum- trader, went to Starke on last Times is doing much for the welfare been built for every work hour in the present, which added to the pleasure of MAGAZINE
and improvement of the county. The And there has the evening. The hostesses for the
bia county Friday night. They reporta year. never been sucha
Tuesday.Mr. Raiford Tribune works hard to direct WWTTH S3: YOU CAN UNDDttTMB !
time. number of churches occasion were Mrs. Howard D. Randall -
. $ a splendid and Mrs. Charles Wainwrightspent good going up,
All members of Miller Grove Wood- the first of this week in hog every citizen to the road of prosperity.We modern workshops in every depart- I Miss Louiebelle Brown, Mrs. W. .'I... EnKinerin/All the Great and Events Invention in Jlecbaaicl.l thmuctxtt
that that is not
men Circle are requested to be presentat killing at the J. E. J. Wainwright move subscriber every to man these valuable ment. E. .Torode. and_ Mrs... A..A.0 Smith., \, the World.Are described in an intemt.I .
the Woodman hall on next Saturday already a A shower for the club house had ing mannef. as they occui. MOOJOI >

;I evening, as that is the date for the home.Messrs. Lloyd Moore and Levy papers to subscribe by January first. HAMPTON. been planned and many beautiful pres- k\I] $reader hopNote.ndbetteni* each month. _MbM.* ;'
election of officers.N. Many of our citizens are taking in ents were given, not only from the 1'\ Sweat and Miss Viola Raulerson are the Duval Jacksonvillethis Ui*shop.an:*bow to mikt nptn hove
J. Parrish, photographer oft among those who are attending the county fair at members themselves, but from friends Aautiur ftcbantes terfSSttrportl !'

Worthington, was in our midst last carnival at Jacksonville this week. week. Col. D. E. Knight, of Starke, was outside the club. Only a very short tet p(.r. Lair./y cM nrtirt|trite
Monday. Mr. Surrency, of Brooker, whose Mr. L. A. Duncan and family went here on legal business Monday.J. business meeting was held, as the boats hu1LQm.ta.lIIO""qde..and.. .s.
Quite number of over to Jacksonville Wednesday to see W. Batten and wife, of Theressa evening was given to S ron ML? tr Jwocnws DUUB
a our young people Davis over reports
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teaching at spent
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the sights at the fair. AoII 4 *U a**n*f**vr.Ir.lot.
attended a party at the home of :Mr. the week-end were shaking hands with friends here from the federation. Mrs. Howard f .._....._11..5I '.. .....__
in our burg. .... .....
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Mr. R. E. Dell, our hustlinggro- Ja *nf .arr.wn.r
: and Mrs. T. H. Rimes last Thursday Mr. Ury Reddish says if you want Tuesday.J. Randall, our charming president, gavean cu.t.1..1 II.ocIouicaIloobb...rq.rt
a night. I cold into ceryman, was transacting business in Sam Toney, of Alachua, spent interesting account of the federa- POPULAR MECHANICS MACAZIM. >
a warm job on a day just go
There was a serious cutting scrape the mule shearing business. Alachua Tuesday.Mr. several days during the week here with tion that was enjoyed by all. Then 1II.u71Uc11/P1 .CWaIp : _

pulled off last Sunday afternoon in Prof. L. A. Davis attended.the newly Nat Newsom was in town on his father, J. E. Toney. Mr. Toneywas Mrs. J. D. Randall, in her own inimitable .

.- which one Ed. McDuffie, colored, was I installed Masonic lodge at Sapp Business Monday. formerly a resident of this place, I way, told of the many pleasant Popular Htt'amiei ffrt m. rrn.i..w"
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J seriously cut by W. H. Douglass. Full Station last Saturday afternoon. Casper Duncan, who is attending the and has many friends here.R. features of the second and fourth days tI. not ioin.ln "ef.6ak..fl ucamlor.n.id'oitafetacn.ababt4Y ;

.H details have not been learned. Mesdames gie and Maud Wain- Sutherland College visited his parents, D. Rawley spent Sunday with his and so complete and entertaining was Ie :>
i Tommie and Fabian of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan this week. family here. He is at the c
that
Chancey, wright are busily engaged this week present engaged report one could almost imag-
v near Lake Butler, visited Seeber fillin 'the vacancy of Mr. Ancel in the Miss Passavant, of Brooker, is spending as ',): man of a large carpentergang ine being with her in Miami. Ask-Your Grocer x
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Pin-
Stokes last Sunday G. W. Wainwright mercantile estab- near Palmetto.We The remainder of the evening was
Elder R. C. Crawford filled his regular lishment. holster. ;..0 glad: to uport little Vivian spent in a social way, after which the
-1' appointment at the church of Misses Pearl Green and Annie Belle Mrs. Alice Haskel, of Palatka, the Saxon, who has been very ill, as improving hostesse served a delicious salad For
1 I ; Christ last Sunday. grand matron of the Eastern Star, ncely.Rev. : course. Many things of interest has
Burney made a trip to Starke Monday.
I.j T. H. Waters made a business trip i Messrs. W. C. Clemons, A. B. Alva- made an official visit with the Eastern Jolr.: MaKady: f.ld.s! regular been pi inned for the coming year and CHEEKNEAtSCOFFEES
to Lake Butler Star of Lake Butler Lodge. They had appointment here both the La. &s\
Saturday. rez, Ury and Willie Reddish went to Sunday morning -tey women are full of enthus-
1 Eugene Douglass, of Ellisville, Co- I Jacksonville Wednesday.Dr. an enthusiastic meeting on Tuesday and fvcrir.t. and then left at ml::'- iasm anJ energy, and it is safe to say saw

.t lumbia county, visited in our midst Wills and family, of Starke, evening. Mrs. Haskell was royally night f,'r Wauchula! where he will! be the year will be a successful one. Mrs.L. .
; entertained at the home of Dr. and
tl one day last week. spent Sunday as guests at the A. B. engaged for two weeks or more in a H. Hill, Chairman of Press Con'
S .. I. E. and 0. S. Thomas made a business Alvarez home. Mrs, J. E.Iaines while here. serial meeting.Mrs. mittee.

.,I.; V trip to LaCrosse Monday. Miss Lena Murrhee, of the Davis Mrs. Abe three Strickland in gave a reception -I .;. H. :\hGn'Gewho: is teaching ,I I :'olr Roe! Ott, of Gainesville, spent d SM
at o'clock her home for
Asa Brannen, of Lake Butler, and school, has entered school here. at Johnstown, spent Thanksgivingwith from Sunday Monday as a guest of
< Miss Ettie Spires, of Midway, attended I.the ladies of Eastern Star, in honorof her family here. |(I Mrs. E. D. Say les. Beat By EviryTes* ,flar
church here Mrs. Haskell, the grand matron of Miss Eva Williams who is Marcus t i ;
Sunday. teaching i Brown came up from Gainesville ft i
;, *i GRAHAM.Cane I I
Palatka.
Oscar Alderman, of Guilford, was at the Vcn-leibilt school spent the end spent Thanksgiving at the .
present at church Sunday.The Mrs. A. S. York and Mr. Fred Yor' weekenith her parents here. I home I of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. H :
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many friends of Mrs. J. W. Par- grinding and potato diggingis of Live Oak, also Mrs. Will York, of The Shelly: shows which exhibited W. Brown. .

rish are glad to know that she is rap- the order of the day around here, Perry, were visitors at the home of here or the first was well attended I I Dr. E. L. Biggs was a business visitor j R. ,
r t idly improving from her recent ill- also hog killing. You may smell sau- Dr. and Mrs. Maines this week. I.and all were well pleased. Their music to Jacksonville: last Wednesday. J. Davisoc i
ness. in direction. The The Modern Woodmen had a lively I was excellent.
Mrs
.sage frying every I B. L. Blanchard and little .
high price of cotton has filled the far- time at their lodge Monday night initiating Jack Owens Shows, which is a high daughter, Helen, are visiting relatives 2 f Company
RAIFORD. mers' pockets with money and pros- nine members.Mr. class ccmcdy company, leased the Masonic at Melrose this week.
and Mrs. William Johnson and hall! here aid fl ii
perity and plenty abounds. entertained Edward Edwards, of Gainesville, wasa
,< Lang Wilson is erecting a nice 4- Willie Mae, visited the Duval County. day. Tuesday and, Wednesday ,Ion-I business visitor to Lawtey Saturday. .
L. C. Whitten was a business visitorto room cottage, which will add to the Fair in Jacksonville this week. ings They made many friends- here. I Messrs. R. B. Jackson, H. C. Peace INSURANCEStarfee i!
Starke Monday. appearance of the town.E. Miss Pogue, our efficient music The basket ball teams of the Hamp- and Rev. R. 0. Wright were" visitors
Hon. A. D. Andrews spent Mondayin D. Abernathy's sawmill is run- teacher, took in the fair at Jacksonville ton high school played a double header I I to Jacksonville Monday. ) '

Jacksonville. ning on full time.C. Thursday.Miss game with the teams of the Rai- Mr. J. E. Wilson was transacting ;
Mr. John Thornton, of Sapp, was a B. Roberts is about to wind up Sara Rivers, one of the industrious ford hish! school on the Raiford court I[business in Starke Monday.Mr. : :-: Floridao i {

business visitor here Saturday. ginning cotton for the season.J. Canning Club Girls, is spending on Thanksgiving day. I Marion Oliver, of Baldwin, wasa "
Squire Kelly spent Monday in Starke C. Barry is preparing to move the week in Jacksonville, enjoying The lire-up was, Hampton-Center, guest at the home of Mr. J. Roberts >3' 4Ks ..t+$r i.iJ +
Hon. S. T. Dowling attended the his general merchandise store to New the Duval County Fair. Miss Seals Miss Hunt; Forwards, last week. J i

commissioners meeting in Starke on River, where he has bought out the Mrs. J. E. Harper visited her hus- Mulladv, Miss Maxwell; Guards, Miss Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, was Fs
Monday. business of Mrs. Parker. Mr. Barry band in Gainesville this week. Rowe, Miss Evelyn Seals. transacting business in Lawtey Tues-

Messrs. William and Brooks Griffis, figures putting up a large ginning Mr. Sidney Padgett is recovering Raiford-Certrr. Misses Byrd; For- day. i. 7
t- of Sapp, were visitors in Raiford Sat- plant there. from his recent spell of sickness to wards, Misses Whitten and Anderson; Mrs. M. E. Todd, a former resident of

urday. Joe Cail has moved to Graham.J. the delight of his many friends.Mr. Guards, Misses Simmons and Cason. Lawtey, but now of Fort Myers" is a 'ffiIred" :
T. A. Browning, of Lakeland, visit- R. Bevill and H. D. Wasdin were Frank J. Boyles, of Trenton, The Raiford girls, because of their guest this week at the home of Mrs. s
ed relatives in Raiford last week. in Starke Monday. has returned to Lake Butler to make superior size, age and experience, won E. D. Sayles. i :
State Engineer Remer was at the There will be held at Graham on his future home. the handsome victory of 50 to 0. Little Miss Agnes McCormick, of JI1 MeQ eoI S1epb- ;

State Farm installed last week looking over the I Christmas Day an old-fashioned grand *Miss Lucile Webb, of Rochelle, is The boys then came back at the Rai- Gainesville, spent several days last envfflfTexas, writes: "Per !

newly machinery. attended j tournament ride. Everybody invitedto the pleasant visitor of Miss Winnie ford boys, and won the game by a week at the home of her uncle and I nine 0) jean, I.-ttffered wttwooately t
Messrs.! Knight and Taylor come. Bring your saddle horses and Townsend this week. score of 42 to 8 in favor of Hampton.The aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. troubk IbadfeM
... the teachers' institute at Brooker take chances the The tour- 1
at rings.
Miss Lillie Colson, who has been in game was fast and exciting. Scot- Deputy Sheriff Cameron, of Starke, ribte iesdacbe/and paiai tany
Saturday.Mrs. nament will take place at 11 a. m. Georgia for some time, returned Sat- ten's rood throw and Rawley's good was in Lawtey Tuesday on business.Mr. back, etc. n seemed fI )
Lanie Hobb of Jacksonville
and at 2 There will also be
a J. H.
ij. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ball, bag racing p. m. and foot racing. urday. Miss Colson's many friendsare team work, featured for Hampton, visitor to Ritch, of Raiford, was a I Road dle,1 I su:tared 10. Atj
D. C. Cason, this week. glad to see her home again. while Raifonl's center, Rosier, featured. Lawtey Tuesday. last, J decided totry Cc4

. Mr. John Walker, of Jacksonville, BROOKER.Mr. Miss Margaret Cobb was a visitorto The line-up was: Messrs.A. M.E.Blanchard E. Burney and, H. W. Burneyand I the ;romao'c tonic, tad M i
little
daugher -
J visited his daughter, Mrs' J. A. Brooks Lake City last Saturday.Mrs. Hampton-Center, Alderman; For- Arthurine, took in the fair at Jack- helped me right away. The
for several days last week. J. N. Langford spent Sunday wards. Scotten, Rawley; Guards, Tur- sonville this week. full treatment no! onlj helped | ;
Misses Myrtle Sapp and Lois Din- N. D. Wainwright, tax assessorof with her mother, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright ner, Heaton. Raiford-Center, Ros-' Messrs. Drew and me, laud it cured be."
kins and Mr. George Clark, of Law- Starke, was transacting business in in Starke. ier; Forwards, Rite t, Moore; Guards, Wateroak, Ury Reddish, of
were visiting relatives in
: tey, were guests at the home of L. Brooker Saturday.Mr. There has been-1,600 bales of cotton Bloodworth, Sapp. Lawtey last week.

Sapp Tuesday.C. C. E. Crosby, of Theressa, spent sold here this season, amounting Referee, Knight. Umpire, Green. Mr. M. D. Carter, of Wateroak, and
T. Mann, of Sapp, was a business Thanksgiving with his parents near about $247,500. This is a good record Dr. W. E. Middleton and family and Rev. Raymond Strickland, of Welborn

I visitor here Saturday. here.Mr. for Lake Butler and something all Lacy Wynn and wife motored to Dover were visitors to Lawtey Caiiuio
i Hon. W. G. Seals, representativeelect Little, of Savannah, traveling should be proud of. Ga., and spent Thanksgiving day and Mrs. Henry Bennett Wednesday.Mr.
.. from this county, attended the salesman for the Peninsular Naval Mr. Claud O'dom, of Jacksonville, and the following Friday and Saturdayin visiting relatives in Raiford last were
basket ball game here Thursday. Stores Co., was in Brooker last week. i spent Sunday with his parents here, camp, spending the time huntingand day. Sun-

; Mr. L. L. Sapp, with his daughter, Miss Marguerite Shriver, of Lake :Ir. and :Mrs. F. P. Odom. fishing. They returned Sunday Mr. M. L. Loadholtz was transact- Be flora's ToaleCahJai
i Miss Eula, and son, Louie, of Lawtey, City, spent Thanksgiving at the homeof Mr. H. J. Stewart and family werr evening and report the finest time ev ing business in Starke
Monday.
f visited relatives here Sunday. her parents in Brooker. visitors to the Duval Fair Wednesday. er. Fish and oysters were plentiful, ; Laurie Edwards .
: '. Hon. A. V. Long and son, Augustine Mr. Eury Knight, of Raiford, visited Messrs.. F. and P. C. Rivers were and friends who joined them there succeeded -I several of Gainesville, I, helps rrosea to tot
spent
with
days relatives here
Jr., were visitors to Raiford last relatives in Brooker last Saturday and visitors to Hampton last Sunday. in killing three deer. last week. of g Latest need, beauSe Kj

4L Thursday. attended the teachers' association.Miss Miss Winnie Townsend gave a pretty Next Saturday and Sunday the reg- Mr. D. R. Edwards, of Starke bgftd34als wIddIlCI
t Mr. J. B. Rosier, of the Redding Lily Crosby, of Sampson City, party Saturday night at her home ular church services will.be conducted visitor to Lawtey Wednesday.The ., wasa -j ,.T tjeta1r7Wtttweakened
Bridge section, was in town Saturday. spent the week end at the home of her on Dekle street, complimenting her at the Baptist church by the Pastor, vropxaly orsttt.
Mr. Ellery Davis of Starke parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. visitor Miss Webb. About twenty- death of little Woodrow Star-
was a Rev. H. E. Ridenour. All of the mem- So, ti you feet discouraged,
.1, business visitor here Tuesday. Messrs. L. A. and H. R. Brown, and two were invited. After the arrival ofthe ling, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
bers are requested to be present, anda j sCtts. t&oble ts j z
Steve
3e Mr. Henry Redding, of the Flat Ford Steve Lewis, G. W., and E. M. Hazen guests, different games were played. cordial invitation is extended to all. Little Woodrow Starling, occurred last Sunday. I do ;jlwr t household work, eeiatolyourcocdltioalfcV
section, was transacting business here were attending to business in Starke Several danced, but the two very Mrs. A. A. Futch spent Thanksgiving was one of twtil bornto
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M *? ; Mr. and Mrs. Starling about 7 weeks JOCt
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Saturday.Mr. Monday. amusing subjects were the test of with her Mr. and Mrs. :
parents,
Messrs. T. P. and Carl Ward, of .go. The bereaved parents have the Ifiag and -ire cash I d
I A. C. Crews, of Graham, and J. memory-clipping of advertisements Alderman, at Lake Butler. ,
: :. : T. Byrd, of Noma, were visitors here Yulee, spent Sunday with relatives in appearing frequently on the wall with sympathy of the entire community. lIthaslielped&otsaadclJTiyCvdaL

4 Saturday. Brooker.Mr. everything omitted that would give add r ,-i:hJ act JCII' ; I

.K Mr. E. Kite, of Maxville, was looking and Mrs. H. C. Clemmons, of much of an idea of what they rep- To Core a Cold la One Day PIleI Cared fa 6 to If Days J i fl-H,|

1 !.(,' after his business interests in Baft Dade City, former residents of this resented, except the illustrations of Take LAXATTVK BXOMO QalalM. It itopi the Tow dna t win refold IMMT U tJOQ t. .
ford Saturday. place, arrived her last Thursday and some of them, and they required considerable I 1 I Crat-h and Headache had work ott the Cold.. ODiTUKlCT to eve Mr MM el IkUac J
DrvnUu refund money U it tails to car* Blimd.BleedlBforrrotnidiafniMta6tol4dara.
f. 1- Mr. J. S. Register, of Elarbee, was a j jLk expect to make this their home again. thinking. This contest was S. W. GROVE'S signature on each bos. ZSc. 'ne 1m a aUMrivcaB.i.mad am. Jos.u .

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