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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 22, 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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Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

Established 1879. .

t STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1916 r NUMBER I 25.

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DEMONSTRATOR ENGLAND REJECTS THE CFRMAN

FORMER COUNTY
I UPON THE SOLEMN MIDNIGHT HOURUpon



j%; ENDORSES BANKOFS'fARKE' %WORK OFFERFORAPEACECOIERENCEHflLSON


the solemn midnight hour, I -

When earth is'wrapped in sleep, Joint Reply From Entente Pow- r

Farmers Should While shepherds, watching o'er their flocks, APPEALSTO
All 1
'Thinks FAVORS
;BAKER Their silent vigil keep, ers To Be Ready; Withina

Take Advantage of Oppor- A band of Angels clothed in white,
Few Days to BeTrans-:
Proclaim with joyful song, NATIONS TO
to Safeguard The COMPULSORYMILITARY
tunity The advent of the Son of Man, mitted* to Germany.RUSSIA'UN .

Swine Industry. The mighty need the strong.
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---- DUTY Chorus: DISCUSS PEACE -NIMOU'SL RE-

y TO CONTROLs
POSSIBLE FUSES TO ACCEPT OFFER '
,. BY VACCINATION Merrily, merrily ring the bells, \ r I:
CHOLERA _
I FORMAL NOTE SENT ASKING I.
The joyous Christmas bells; ,
PRESENT SYSTEM MUST BE LloydGeorgertssert( STo Enter a
Interesting Letter A message of peace, and a story divine, ALLIES TO OUTLINE VIEWS
Mr. Mizell Writes RELEGATED TO THE PAST Their silvery chiming tells. Conference Without Any! Knowledge '
Are Urged to -
in Which Farmers of the Proposals Wo\?d be Putting

Give Attention to Stock: Raising FIFTY-SIX THOUSAND MEN OF All. Hail! they cry with accents clear, CHIEF EXECUTIVE SUGGESTS Our Heads Into a No*. ;* With Germany -

Against the Day the Boll Weevil NATIONAL GUARD HAVE NOT A message new we bring, STEPS BE TAKEN TO END Holding the En:!4 pf>> the Rope.

Growing.: The scepters of the world must bend PRESENT GREAT WAR. ,V
Prohibits Cotton FIRED A MILITARY RIFLE. it
Before the new-born King. ,

I The Lord of men this day is born WASHINGTON- LONDON, Vec. 19.->avid: Lloyd-
Dec. 20.President
rES. Matthews, president of the WASHINGTON, Dec. 19-Secretary Within a manger stall: Wilson has ,appealed to all the- George, in replying to:the German
Bank of Starke, is in receipt of a letter Baker today his Bethlehem peace proposals in the House of Com-
Come with to
0.1. Mizell, who was for gave qualified support now us belligerents to discuss terms of peace.
from Mr. declared that before the
to the mons today,
agitation for form of
some com- And the Lord of all.
a number of years farm demonstrationagent pulsory military service.: In see Without actually proposing peaceor Allies could give f avoir Me consideration -
Bradford county, in which replying offering mediation, the presidenthas .
for to the direct question as to his viewson to such an invitatitii they must I .
the farmers of the county are urgedto compulsory Chorus sent formal notes to the govern- know that the Germans 're preparedto

take advantage of.the opportunity the house military military committee service, before ments of all the warring nations sug- accede to tl! them to safeguard their hogs Secre- gesting that "an early occasion be
offered full
Baker "complete restitution reparationand
tary said.
"The obligation to A brilliant star with flaming ,
against cholera. Mr.' Mizell has had the ray sought to call out from the nationsnow effectual garantees.'T He asserted

extensive experience with vaccinating but serve the question country as is to a how universal one, Bright censer of the night, at war such an avowal of their ."To enter the tonferenw;upon the invitation -

; hogs and he gives it as his unqualified preparation for national bring about Above the new-born Prince appears, respective views as to the terms upon I of Germany, with} her proclaiming -

,. belief that hog cholera can be one of policy. Whether universal defense is To aid the Magi's flight. which} the war might be concluded and I herself victorious, and with-
controlled by vaccination and the use mil- the arrangements which would be out the of hr
knowledge proposals,
itary service or selective conscription From far and near, as gifts of love, -
f methods of sanitation. The deemed satisfactory as a guaranty
of would be 'heads into
is putting our
proper the correct : a
answer, I do not know." The wise and lowly bring
his letter follows: against its renewal or the kindling of
full text of He said, however that noose with Die end of thfc. rope in Germany's -
has since Congress Their holy offerings to their Lord, any similar conflicts in the future, as handi"Lloyd
r Dukes, Fla., Dec. 18, 1916. rejected the continental
army in Hark! how the would make it possible frankly to com
Mr. E. S. Matthews, I favor of the National Guard, the mili- angels sing. them." I I Georft? said that the moment

4 Starke, Fla. tia should be given a fair trial. pare 1 Germany was penning the peace note,
Dear Sir: Mr. Baker's utterances encouraged Chorus assuring her conviction.: of the rightsof

m I note with very much interest the the opponents of the volunteer system BAPTIST CHURCH. other nations, she teas dragging 4
rl to predict that the Belgians into slavery. He declared -
announcement of what the legislation for
[ full page a change All peace on earth, and joy abound,
n Bank of Starke has secured for the might be framed which would be sanc- The Baptist orphanage at Arcadiawas the note hresented'through; 'the
farmers of our county in the way of tioned by Mr. Baker and also by the On high let glory ring, kindly remembered last Sunday United States contained no terms

swine protection through your own ef- president. 'Tis Christmas Day for all the earth, by an offering. The services were good whatever and Yas merely a paraphraseof

forts as president.It General Scott told the committee The birthday of the King. both morning and evening. The young Von Bethifiann Hollwegg's speech.

is possible to control hog choleraby that the report on National Guard Forevermore on this bright day people had a good meeting. We are While the allies separately rejectedit

vaccination and proper sanitary mobilization showed that out of one Let gladsome joy and mirth real proud of them. Worldliness is not he said they had exchanged views
hundred and twenty-eight likely to in informally, and would present: a joint
method the far- thousand creep among young peo-
precautions. By your Enkindle and old alike
afford to have their hogs mobilized guards, sixty-three per cent young ple who are interested and busy in the reply within a few days.
mers can made able hav- were either transferred from units To keep the Saviour's birth. Lord's work. Asquith, the:: former premier, sec-
treated as they are by
ing the work done and the hogs insured not called out or were raw recruits. The fifth Sunday meeting will convene onded Lloyd-George the in even time stronger Earl !
terms. at
with the privilege of waiting long Chorus with the Hope church Dec. 29- Almost same
Curzon f the members of the
DOINGS one ]
enough to raise the pigs and sell themon \ OF PARDONING BOARD 31 of this month. The programs are < informing the
council,
for the work, already out and sent to the various new war was
the market to pay or House of Lords that the governmentwould
if any die to collect for their loss as Crosby's Application Refused, Mc- the churches. Some of our people are on enter no council which did not

stated in the contract.It Wright Pardoned. program. guarantee for Europe the free existence -
The Christmas entertainment will be
is to be hoped that our farmers of nations great small. Mar-
STOCK MARKET ROUMANIANSMUST or ,;
held on Friday night of this week. We
themselves of this
will avail
oppor- At the the quis'Crewe alSrmed thl approval of
meeting of are expecting a good time.
tunity to protect their interest against state pardon- the members of the late governmentto
of cholera ing board Saturday, Ed McWright The ladies did fine with their bazaar,
loss from the ravages hog was the House of Lords.
as it is evident that Bradford countywill granted a conditional pardon. The fol- DECLINES ASRE- STANDOR thanks to the patronage of the public. Lloyd-Georga also outlined the pro-

have to come into its owji natural lowing is said about him in the min- Next Sunday being so near Christ- gram for the new war measures. The

condition, that of stock raising, for "An application was again presented mas, we will have appropriate servi- principal feature is the- measure for

our cotton fields are already infested for the pardon of Ed McWright, who ces in the morning-songs, scriptureand national service, matching Germany's

with the dread Mexican boll weevil. was degree convicted at the of murder in the second SULTOFREFUSAL CROSS DANUBE occasion.sermon will correspond with the scheme, wheret.y every citizen will be .

There facts that spring term of the cir- liable for enrolment for such work as
are some every cuit
court The
for Bradford regular service will be held at
swine owner should know about hog and county, in 1912 night. the authorities think they are best
sentenced to life -
cholera, whether he vaccinates or not. being shown the board imprisonment. It The public is cordially invited to equipped. -
that the judge OF ENGLAND CONSIDERGERMANY'S TROOPS HAVE RETREATED
A hog never has cholera until he has who presided at the these services."A -
trial of this
taken the germ into his system by plicant and the ap- Christmas to all." Approves of Duma's Action.
state merry
PEACE OFFER BEFORE GERMAN
it. The does attorney who FORCES '
drinking or eating gjrm .
prosecuted W. G. LAW.
him, having both LONDON Dec. 19.-A Petrograd g
not go in the air, but is conveyed by that this requested i -
( applicant be pardoned, it dispatch says the Russian Council of
carrier which be another ap-
some
may pearing that there were mitigating BREAK VIOLENTLY WHEN THE HEAW FIGHTING CONTINUES IN HIGH COST OF PRINT PAPER. the Empire ha adopted an order iden-
buzzard the wheels of
log a dog, a ,
circumstances
vehicles or the owner of the hogs himself details in connection with the SPEECH OF LLOYD-GEORGE'S THE CARPATHIANS BETWEEN -I tical with thai passed by the Duma,
on his clothing or shoes. of the offense which called for The white paper used in producing unanimously..fusing to enter into
leniency BEGAN TO COME IN.
and it TURKS AND BULGARIANS.
When a hog is vaccinated with virus applicant had appearing that this the Christmas issue of the Telegraphcost peace negotiations. with.: Germany.

lie is given cholera and will be sick years' in the served for nearly five 3 1-3 cents per copy. This was, --

for several days during which time it time his prison state record prison had, during which NEW YORK, Dec. 19.-Prices broke BERLIN, Dec. 20.-The Russo-Rou- of course, unusual, but the cost of KITE RECOVERS BICYCLE.
is capable of communicating the disease been good, white paper has advanced so that it
it
f
the stock
was determined violently on market today manian troops retreating before the I "
to others, so the owner should this applicant be by the board that after the publication of the .remarks Teutons in Dobrudja are seemingly at costs us just about twice what it dida One day last week Chief Kite hap-

:have all his hogs vaccinated at once, pardon effective granted a conditional of British Premier Lloyd-George on a point where they must make a standor few months ago. We have lately pened to see: iT the Gainesville Sun a
1' or those that vaccinated should December 20 been able to make contract for next ''
are 1916." the German peace proposals. The cross the Danube into southeast a reward notiteor the recovery of, a
r be isolated until danger is over. It is In the Telegraph's downward movement did not begin: un- Bessarabia or into Meldavia, in the year's supply at just about 100 per stolen bicycle. The bicycle was plainly .
'to be hoped that every farmer will be State Prison Farm write-up of the til an hour after the receipt, about 1 region of Galataz. cent increase over the former price.It described! Mr. Kite went gun- .
Billing to have his hogs vaccinated to tion was made of a year ago, men- o'clock, of the first excerpts from his is such conditions as this that make. ning for it. He found it in the posses-
insure safety for the industry, for hog prisoner, who lived Dan Carlton, a model speech. During this time, as the frag- Berlin says the Russians have retreated it imperative for the newspapers to I sion of a well known Starke citizen,

Braising must play an important part in half a mile by himself about mentary additions came in, Wall street tions past the newly fortified posi- cut expenses at every place possibleand who said he had bought!it of a negro '
from in the north and that the
the future prosperity of our people as quarters, without away the convict spent one of the tensest sixty minutesin Teutonsare to serve only those patrons who for $5. The: b yer gaveiup; the bike
also that of cattle raising after the i whom Captain any guard, and of its history endeavoring to interpretthe advancing from towards the lower Dan- will pay their subscription promptly.The without any tr'able, and Mr. Kite not-
Purvis ube. Aside
eradication of the cattle tick. high terms. spoke in very significance of the British the capture of addi- year 1916'has been an unusually ified the owner, W. T,. Cheves, of
For the past five years I have at all pardon, He received a conditional mier's discourse.The pre- tional prisoners, Berlin says little of hard year on the smaller newspapers. Gainesville, wh'. came to. Starke Sat-
according to the the advance in 'leldavia.In .
times when opportunity offered, urgedour try in the following en- stocks which suffered chieflywere According to figures lately compiled urdaY.1
farmers to be ready when the boll "An application minutes: those of concerns which have derived the Carpathians heavy fighting 800 have suspended publication in the Mr. Cheves JaB very ;glad over the "

'Weevil come and I am persuaded that for the was again presented huge incomes from the sale of continues. Berlin says small attacksby United States during the year. Thisis recovery of his: wheel, and cheerfullypaid
we will hardly note the difference be- was pardon of Dan Carlton who war supplies and other products for the Turks and Bulgarians in the hard on the owners of these publica- the $10 revardI offefed. Mr. Kite

l ., cause of fore warning. degree convicted at the of fall murder in the second which has been a big European de- Struma region of Macedonia have been tions, but in the long run their com- then generously paid th$ buyer of the

I. :' Yours truly, court for St. term of the circuit mand. There was a rally just at the successfulThe munities will probably profit by the wheel $5, EC tlat the Utter sufferedno
,y 0. L. MIZELL. Johns county in 1911, French and Germans weeding out process, because it should lojs. ;
and sentenced to life close, however, of from 1 to 5 points. were en- money ( j
I .J' If the farmers take hold of the vac- being shown to the imprisonment. It gaged in spirited artillery duels on result in increased patronage to the Chief Kite has fastened the thefton

I. wnation campaign started by the Bank firming the board than in af- LETTER FROM MISS MOORE.I the right bank of the Meuse, in the papers that survive and a consequent a negro yclept "Seaboard" and has
conviction
i I'of; ': Starke and have their stock hogs cant when of this appli- Verdun sector, Tuesday. Bombardments improvement in them. The newspaper put officers en ids track i.
,
the first winner of Brad-
appealed .
to the prize
am business has been greatly overcrowded -
supreme
;sad the continue the
: small ones that they intend tocarry on. other fronts.
; I over vaccinated and then keep court that two of the justices of the ford county, who won the gold watch many towns having two and three WILL CROW COTTON.L. .
.t supreme court in and also the short in domestic
a dissenting opin- course when there was not more than
the papers
vaccination broods of GROWERS
ip ASSOCIATION.
,
as new ion
puts stated that they believed the evi- science at the Florida State Collegefor enough patronage for one good onel
I there to be and
appear seems no reason -
dence against this applicant was insufficient Women, Tallahasse. I had a very H. Astir Kite have
why the disease should not be
brought under immediate control thus upon which to base a con- delightful time and I am glad to say All members of the Starke Growers BUSINESS CHANGES. rented the Sno" den puce, on the .

saving thousands of dollars that, will viction, and it being represented to. that every effort was put forth by our. Association are invited to meet at Wannee braJlchtand! the W. A. Colley
otherwise be lost. the board that this applicant was not teachers to learn us everything possible -: Starke on January 6,1917, as we have place, on .: come distance
The full of the a principal in the crime, and, his app in the time we were there. Now some very important business to at- Messrs. James Lane and A. J. Mc- south of Stark, also ore or two other -
announcement
Wn page cation for pardon being requested it is my greatest pleasure and delightto tend to. Every member is urged to Kinney closed a deal Monday involvingan fields near .. for the purposeof
arranged by the Bank of Starke by nearly 100 citizens of the county thank the Bradford County Bank I attend the meeting. Come whetheryou exchange of properties, Mr. Lane growing cotton they on next sea-

appears interested again in the Telegraph. Persons in which the offense was committed and the Bank of Starke for their liberal -' intend to remain as a member of becoming owner of the McKinney store son. They have already in a good
should careful- the
read it
'4 tad at and a large number of citizens of other donation to me as first prize win- the Association or not. and residence on North Cherry street stock of fertilizers for crop.
Bank of Starke once fill the out and mail to the sections of the'state; that eight of the ner; also Mrs. Waldrup, who did everything C. N. COOPER, President.A. and Mr. McKinney taking over the These men are full ojf> energy and .y

in the advertisement.order blank printed jury who tried the case have asked fora that was courteous, and to BRONKE. Manager. farm of Mr. Lane in the Monteocha vim and will'apply their' best efforts {

; The offer pardon and the state attorney who Miss Olive Ray for her kind assistance 12222t. section. in their enterprise. Their many '
Bradford is open to every hog owner prosecuted having endorsed the ap- during the past.I L. D. Register sold out his general friends wish them success. VIr'
and
counties.
.:Whether adjoining plication and stated that the appli- came back home with a determi- THE NEW METHODIST MINISTER. merchandise business and store to F. MMMMMM M MtMBBB) M
have
they hundred
lags to be treated. one or one. cant was 'sincerely deformed." And nation to finish my High School work T. Norman, who has already taken MODERN W )DMEN;;OFFICERS.
it further appearing to the board that and take the college course. possession. Mr. Register will move to tl
} this applicant,has served in the Many thanks to all.BERTHA. I I Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, who has succeeded Palatka about January let, and will
W. 0. W. ELECT OFFICERS. ;prison for five years during state MOORE. Rev. J. A. Hendry as pastor of the go into the general merchandise business The Starke Camp of )Modern Wood-
which time lyi
he has had a good prison First Methodist church of Starke, ar- there. He believes that by taking men of America at their regular meet- i

F \ 'bcal camp of Woodmen of the [was determined by the board record that,he it EXPRESS OFFICE IS BUSY. rived here with his family Tuesday this step he will not only better ing Wednesday evening, December

:;Worid, at their regular meeting the be granted a conditional pardon, effective The express shipments and receipts from Mayo, Mr. Barr's last assignment himself but also be able to start his 20th elected thi following' officers for
His family consists of wife, a sons in business.Mr. the ensuing year:
December December
ywi g.ef 8th, elected the 20,1916"An for Starke heavy these days.
are *
1 very daughter, Miss Myra, and three sons, who farmon Counsel, J. E. Wilson)
Soror officers. whose'terms of ofwffl application was again The receipts'consist of all kinds of Norman, owns a large t
JJ'Ii* begin January 1, 191710 : for the pardon of Bisbee presented DeSue-, articles imaginable, while the bulk of Canjler, Orville and Coke. They arc Gum branch, near the Raiford road, Past Counsel.4W. C. Powell 'I.
'
( comfortably located at the Methodist of is well Adviser W&W. Wainwright
northwest Starke ,
miles
L '- 1* Massey, Council Commander. who was convicted of murder in the the shipments is country produce com- six j
S. L. Peek.
Banker r.
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k Lieut. first degree with recommendation to ing in on the Wannee train to be trans- parsonage. known as an intelligent, progressive ,
{]itVAIbertD'uboseVle*. mercy at the fall term of the circuit ferred to the Tampa and Jacksonville Ber. Barr is. one of the noted min- and upright man. He will keep a good Clerk J. C. Ii>binlOD.! .t '

J l. .i'n': L. Ahua,, Banker. ?i ') court for Bradford county, A. D. 1908, express for the'latter city.. Dressed isters of Florida and his reputation for supply of fresh goods at the lowest E eortW.'ATMoittWatchman "" ., .A.+ -
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prices and having good location at ,
Escort, Jan4 being a good preacher,was well knownto a
Jffat +Q1tJd'" sentenced:. life imprisonment hogs, turkeys, chickens, eggs are in 9*
t..D. : Watchman. i This application that the his congregation here before they the comer of Walnut and Ninth streets o-1l..J. Andrew* : '". ,
i c.T'Bluk. Wi was denied. such an abundance engineerand : ; PowellH.0.Smiti. .
''. worth, Sentry. DPI An'"applieation; for pardon for W. conductor of the express have time had the pleasure to meet him He said tbjre is no reason why he should notenjoy'a Trustees} !* Ct VPhysician ; .. .
cl. P. TooBMon,'phjridan.Lawtey.- A. Crosby look while his interesting family are'warmly good trade. C.. F. Hoover, jj -
sentenced: for life for the to come and on they are : Tomll.Tsc .
J. P. ;
Starke and it is to be Mr. Register requests the Telegraph ,
killing of a negro in Alachua being loaded. 'Agent A.P. Hoffman welcome: iD. '
county, will begin
,1t Johnson of ,was a. had'been acted on a few days before has jio sinecure in keeping the shipments hoped that they will, find their stay to thank his many customers- -for' their. The term of 1 te,1917.rr new. officers -

:,,, 1"-vWtor to $takke !.Tuesday.S ''this meeting, but was denied. straight. here pleasant. patronage. January ,

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MILLIONS OF EUROPEANS THE TREASURE FINDER. I looked at Skrapps and he lookedat

\ 'L U.S.TRANS1TS HUNGRY AND DESTITUTE me, and we both looked at the judge
> :; We were peddling thermometers and and his three stalwart sons, but said ,
Home Beautiful
nothing. We felt something like the Make
; Stricken Belgians Get Three Slices of divining rods and eye glasses, etc., and
: caught We sweat
man sheep-stealing.
e
f- sticking salve and Skrapps got to exaggerating make
; little money you can
For very your
home
i NOTETOENTENTE Bread and CUD of Soup Daily. the merits of his thermom- our brain for a way out of it all, but best looking in your neighborhood. T .ee ornament the
eters, and from exaggerating he drift- it didn't end at all in the way we had collections are especially selected and yi may use. them
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figgered.Ex.FOR aVone"group or plant them separately .
LONDON, Dec. 20.-A total of 25- ed into plain business lies, and the
; WITHOUT% ACTION 287,000 people in countries stricken by man of the house applied his toe to the PRIZE COLLECTION $=-s4 ROYAL COLLECTION $3.00
the European war are suffering in ex oh-to-be-nuthin' end of our anatomyand SALE-ONE MULE. ty Two floweringshrubs assorted palm., of two dUfHneh pretFour of flwe palms*lag, shrutit.; two
treme destitution and helplessness jolted us out of the house and 4 i ent kinds two handsome folfoUare p.&-II. tern.truJ' .
Corn can be had in Albania only for threw our grips after us. Beneath this mound lies Edward Jones loge plants two selection food, )-eight fruit trees Imens--fturtf til fMorted.n extra ux'a,fach spe -
$50 a bushel. Flour is $80 a sack,, In my grip I found six pairs of spec- Let's hope that peace has found his tree tare specimens your -worth '3.i. bought sufrattly: ecu U.U.It
WILSON DECIDES TO OFFER macaroni $5 per pound. Women and tacles broken by the sudden jar, and bones. THE -PRIDE OP FLORID.1 w
children in many lands are going without Skrapps found two divining rods with We don't know why he bought that YARD COLLECTION, 1000. I
)a NO MEDIATION AT PRESENT shoes and have not enough clothing .. the divinity knocked out of them, and mule; Four selection each), of six palms flowering, shad trees shrubs, fruit, thrc.tries f I cage jour
to keep them warm. The coming four thermometers that were beyondthe To purchase it he was a fool; plant*, two ferns-twt-nty-thrre utra select tlrl'In
to make their miseryall reach of human aid. But all this all every one different, carefully for
ALONG winter promises For that old lop-eared, longneckedbrute. .
BUT IS READY TO AID made him Size and quality. Separately these would Cost flSU.In
adverse experience only
the more intense#. .
R THAT LINE IN ANY WAY TO Three million destitute in more determined to do or die, and to filling orders for these collections.unless ,
... persons At kicking surely was a beaut, you distinctly state a pret 'r-
alive by the relief my suggestions that the hard usagewe will ship plants that we know
ASSIST IN PROPOSALS. Belgium are kept once we L
furnished by the American Commis- had received should discourage us .What some men do sure beats the will thrive in jour locality.
sion for Relief in Belgium. This num from further efforts in the peddlingline Dutch. Order one or more of these colUctlons. -| f
ketcb of property for|
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.President ber is about one-half of the present in- he replied: It gave Ed just one gentle shove, free planting Send us suggestions. We will tn--
Wilson has decided that the notes habitants of the kingdom. They are "Oh, that only packs you together And pushed him to his home above, close our new catalof. listing
meal which better and shakes resolutions un- the largest variety of ornamentals
discussion drawing daily one consists your
proposing a
of the central powers like His widow stood it fairly well, in the South. Or
of peace to the entente allies of three thick slices of bread anda til they knit together six-penny free on request. Ask for It.
will be sent forward by the American pint of soup. nails in a keg, and nuthin' but starva- But now she has a mule to sell.
: government acting as intermediary Women and Children go Barefoot tion kin turn your ambition aside and A moral can be noticed hare! : Reasoner Brothers,

j without any accompanying mediation Two million, one hundred and twelve jam you into the poorhouse or county Approach no mule, friend, frcm the Royal Palm Nurseries
and
l'' He has not determined thousand persons, a large portion of jail." And with these cheerful
! offer of its own. .
,
,
Fla.Christmas
t fJ' remarks he grabbed his rear 317 Benedlet Ave. Oaeco
i whether action in behalf off them women and children have been soul-tinted
any
I. will be taken later by the United going barefoot in Northern France. grip and struck up the railroad, resolved For if you do ('twill seldom fail
f f peace States on its own account, but is hold- :Many thousands of these people are to sell his goods dearly or die in the Your widow'll have a mule for sale.
i} ; ing himself in readiness to serve in suffering from lack of clothing and attempt.We -Fort Pierce News. I
; nourishment. called at several houses where ,
toward bringing the from improper
possible -
any way of ,
and full
looked pained
warring nations together. In Serbia 5,000,000 persons are deprived the people --
' Since the first note arrived-the one of their living and of any opportunity distress and worried while refusing to
: I :h i from Germany-the president and his to earn it. Five million dollars -.. buy from us, and at last I asked a red-

r :. closest advisers have been absorbed in would provide only one dollar for headed man with drooping eye brows
; Thousands of children, why everybody looked at us in such
study of the situation created. The each sufferer.
..3,1 Austrian a note followed, and the one made orphans in the last two years, pitying distress.He .
jSale'
't I .j from Turkey came late last night, toot are crying out for some kind of re- studied a few moments, then ,
[
s I \ late to be translated for the cabinet lief.Eleven gently told us that the country people :
overmuch faith in the good
didn't have
meeting. Those from Germany and million homeless wanderers, I
Austria have been gone over carefully mostly women and children, are suf- I I faith of peddlers they didn't know and '
by the president and Secretary Lan- fering from exposure, hunger and disease added they hardly could be blamed for .
sing to make certain that they may be in Poland.. East Prussia, like Poland this, seeing how often they had been Monday Dec. 18th
sure to properly represent the intentof has been overrun by contesting cheated by traveling merchants like Beginning
I the central powers. armies, and the inhabitants are suf- Skrapps and myself. Then, seeing how ,
In other quarters than the White fering intensely. The American Relief mortified I looked, he briskly added: .
House it was learned that some word Committee for Widows and Orphansin "If I was you fellers, I'd go out to Ytas .
the Chris
indicating the official attitude of the Germany seeks aid for 500,000 wid- Haneyville with them divining rods. Continuing Through jHolidays '

entente allies toward the peace pro- ows and twice as many orphans. Go to Judge Cryder's house and tell

I posal is being awaited with the deepes Armenians a Dreadful Spectacle dim what you've got. He's.dead, gonen -' d I ,
water and bee
huntin' mineral and -
S interest by the American government What is left of the Armenian people and hidden wealth." f '

The president will not consider injecting and presents distress.a dreadful Three spectacle hundred thousand of want trees; "Judge"Who's Cryder Judge Cryder? Why?,"he's I asked.the Solomon As our business is new and lots of pepple:don't know
the United States into the situation -
: refugees in Turkey and 500,000 in Da- of the mountings, the Kikel An-
until he has become thoroughly what have going to advertise ourselves '
,;, mascus, Zor and Aleppo are destitute. gelo-the David-the Moses to all lost we we are hp
familiar with all its phases.
In( the Causasus and Persian Armenia and folorn children, and the man who
"BEAT THE DUTCH." there: are 200,000 survivors, of whom starts the style of overalls each spring letting the public share our profits during Christmas hoS-:
50,000 are girls under 15 and 60,000 the road from Jersey Shore totittle
'. are boys under 15. This makes 1,000- along! Crick." i days. Come in and let us show you our goods---all new .

t "It beats the Dutch" is an old saying 000 persons in all who have no means ---Then-- apps spoke up and said ,
often used in referring to some unusual to help themselves. that was the practical move for us, andI none shop worn. Ladies will do well to look through our
t happening. This is the world Albania presents a spectacle of a went ahead to fix things up, accord-
testimony to the industry, the perseverance nation dying of hunger. Armies have ing to a plan we had sweat out of our I. line before purchasing gifts for gentJeAien.: Below area
1 and the ingenuity of the pee swept over the country, taking all they thinkpots after the old man with red .
j
pie of Holland. could take and leaving the women and and brows had wiggled } this the '
. hair drooping eye few things ybu can buy at store during; holi
-.; But it so happens that the Unite children behind to starve. The Albanians down the road and out of our
i t States has had a chance to "beat the are more numerous than the Armenians : livesforever.I a
t i Dutch," at their own game, and has but they have been sadly] took a stock of spectacles and days. We have many more. I ,
I done so. And among the first people] neglected in their dire need. It is predicted started out over the lonely turnpiketo
t f:: .! to recognize America's triumph were that the population will be wiped salt a mine of hidden wealth. We Shirts Special Christmas Price $1,25
.i r the Dutch themselves. out by famine and pestilence unles had exchanged four twenty dollar bills $1.50 Sale : i

r ::1 A tract of country, lying under water relief comes speedly. for four twenty-dollar gold pieces, and Shirts Special Christmas ]! Price 1.00=
1.25 ; .. ;
; t part of the Mississippi swam put them into an old coffee essence ,
.. land around New Orleans, was plotte Stiff Sore Muscles Relieved. box, with about a dozen soldier but- Salfe
., I out by surveyors. The amount of land Cramped muscles or soreness fd- tons and old copper cents, and I was 1.00 Shirts, Special Christmas Price .791
was a trifle larger than the amoun lowing a cold or case of grippe are to hide them in an outofthewayplace
which Holland has drained from wha eased and relieved by an applicatio on Judge Cryder's farm and then .75 Shirts, Special Christmas Site 1 Price .69

. .. used formerly to be the Zuyder Zee of Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain to wait a day or two for Skrapps to
. The land having been mapped out, the bkin or clog,the pores like mussointments turn up and do the rest.I .50 Shirts Special Christmas Sate Price 39))
dikes were built all around it, simila or plasters, and penetrate stopped over night with the judge ,
t ; .' to the dikes which have been built in quickly without rubbing. Limber up and tried to sell him some pure dia- 3.50 Hats Special Christmas Sale trice 3.25''
k # : .. Holland, and are always a building, your muscles after exercise, drive out mond cut magnifying glasses, assuringhim ,
.. I and a few pumps were started. So< the pains and aches of rheumatism, that they would enable him to save 2.00 Hats Special Christmas Sale Price 1.69]
, r far the system was the same as tha neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprain their cost every week in food, as they ,
.. followed in Holland. and bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Ge would sure make three inches of sauSage Christmas Sale Price .39
But the pumps in Holland are quite* a bottle today. At all druggists, 25< look like ten feet of the juicy .50 Caps, Special
small, driven by the large, leisurel] cents. ((3)) stuff, and as thick as an old man's
windmills. The American pumps were dropsical foot in a woolen stocking.But men's 50c silk sox interwoven heel(];
driven by electricity, with a capacity THE HOUSEWIFE GETS HERIOXEY'S the judge said he was afraid the Special on ,
of a million gallons a minute. Five of glass would magnify his debts as muchas J.
WORTH. sale
them were put to work. Five millior. the sausage, and increase his trou- and toe, this 43c115doz. ;
gallons a minute is calculated to emp bles ten-fold, and he refused to buy.
ty almost any place in a hurry. It tool Time was when the housewife prac But I hung around the house until a four in hand silk ties regular 50c value::1!
the New Orleans men exactly eight ticed loose methods in purchasing her: bottle-nosed old man came along sell- -
days to clear away a tract of land as foodstuffs.But ing divining rods and asked to stay
large as the one that had taken Hol not in this age of the high cost overnight. During the evening he be- this sale = ::1 I 39c|

land 75 years. of living. Today she practices business gan to talk up his divining rods and I
The immediate value was enormous methods and she wages it a point tc began to make fun of him, and we almost 1
I Land that had been a drug on the market get her money's worth.In came to blows-or believed we Special holiday prices on all undelwear..
i at a cent an acre was in high demand her selection of foodstuffs she de had made the judge's family think so.

: at a hundred dollars an acre. votes much thought. She studies the Finally we all agreed to let the old We Ed V. Price and Lam & Co. Merle
herself represent
food market and familiarizes man give us an example of what his ,
To Cure a Cold In One Day with the different brands of foods. divining rods would do. He said if
: Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine.It stops the When she strikes the right article. there was any hidden wealth on the chant Tailors. On all orders taken during this sale:
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. she sticks to it. She wants the best at i place, or lost treasures, or natural
E.Druggists W. GROVE refund signature money: if on it each fails box.to cure.25c:. the lowest cost and she gets it if she mineral underground, he could locate we will allow 10 per cent discount. Order your,:
)4 follows the right methods of selection.The and find it in two hours.
housewife should give careful By this time the whole family had suit now.--save money.--and be' well dressed. i
$75,000 BEING PAID OUT TO FAMILIES consideration to the baking powder, become interested in divining rods, and ..
J OF'U. S. SOLDIERS DAILY tea, coffee, flour and other similar food the judge assured us he would willingly !
if she is to get full value for her mon- pay $20 for one if it could do but
I one-half of what was claimed for it.

I WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.-The war ey.There is always one best brand in They put Skrapps and me in the same ANDREWS CLOTHIN'G
1 department is paying out $75,000 a every line and it is the housewife's bed, and I told him where to look for STORf
1 day to the dependent families of en- duty to find that brand. hidden wealth, and early in the morn-
: listed men of the regular army and Some women prefer one kind of bak- ing we were all up to see the old man ,
: National Guard. Major Genl[ Sharpe, ing powder while other women demanda ferret out concealed plunder. Opposite Post Office &
x quartermaster general, told the house different kind. There is one baking The sacred instrument was no more .
:1. / military committee that the $2,000,000found powder that has been on the market than a forked hazel-wood stick about
for this purpose alreadyp rovid- for years-Calumet-which apparently two feet long, and Skrapps took hold .
k r ed is virtually exhausted and emergency from its steady sales and increased of both forks and held it in a perpen- ,
legislation will be asked to continue popularity, hits the happy mediumand dicular position, telling the judge and -
1 7 I the payments through the pres- pleases every housewife no matter his boys that the rod would bend over I''t
''f'f ent month. If disbursements go on at what she demands.) and point to hidden wealth whenever '
,0\\ the present rate a deficiency of nearly In purchasing foods be sure that you it was taken to within 50 feet of the I
'-.. I $5,000,000 will be shown by the end practice caution and you will get the locatior. At first Skrapps located a I MINER'S JEWELRY sToR l lIS

., ''' \... of the fiscal year. best. lot of old iron in a shed, but the rod ;
t The committee was told that more raised up again to a perpendicular po-
.:. than 50,000 men were expected to take KNOW IT WELL sition and dragged him into the cow i .
I voluntary military training at the civ- stable and pointed point-blank to the I ;J
ilian training camps next year. Near- Familiar Features Well Known to manger. I HEADQUARTESfORCHRISTMAS
ly 30,000 attended last summer. Hundreds of Starke Citizens.A II I
"Tear up the floor, gentlemen, commanded i
"I am utterly opposed to these "This I
instrumentacts
f camps," said Representative McKel- familiar burden in many a home, like it Skrapps.did last week when I locat- I PRESENTS: t
: lar. "They are just delightful vaca- The burden of a "bad back." ed a pot of gold down in Hardscrab-I
., tions." A lame, a weak or an aching back ble." The boys soon tore up the floor I

.- went"You to would one and change took your that tune training if you," Often tells you of kidney ills.Doan's and groped all around in the dust underneath I Everything Conceivable in the lines genqrally kept in a first.
weak the
Kidney Pills are for and soon fished out essence -
; replied Representative Kahn. kidneys. box were looking for. i
we class Store including J
; Representative Greene brought out Jewelry ,
1 : the statement that it cost $64.96 per Here is good testimony to prove it: We were all terribly excited then, I r 1. i'
: man to operate the camps and said it J. T. Shaw, farmer, R. F. D. No.6, and when the lid was pulled off and the
i could be shown that countries where Box No. 54, Gainesville, Fla., Bays: gold pieces winked out at the judge I Watches Rings Brooches Pins Bracelets in is-
he took them in his hand and jingled ,
i' universal training was given paid no "I have to be on my feet a great partof ,
? : I i such price. Gen. Sharpe agreed with the time and I think that is the them, and bit them, and looked at the ;to

t him. direct cause of my kidneys beomingdisordered. en-like date on smile each,piece which, and smuckered smiled a up heave his finite variety; Optical Goods, Decorated Chill4\

/ I first noticed pains in whole face into one glorious, gigantic '
Winter Brings Cold to Children. my back, which bothered me when I snicker. Cut Glass, Table Cutlery, HanlsomeXmas Carl

1 A child rarely goes through the entire stooped over. The kidney secretions "Them's the werry four pieces of *
winter with out a cold, and were irregular in passage Doan's gold hided somewhere suitable I :'
i every my daddy away ,
mother should have a reliable remedy Kidney Pills brought me quick relief. jist before he got the last stroke of Give me a call and you will be sure to find something for a gift or yourself. Ef.

r, handy, Fever, gore throat, tight chest The pains in my back left and the pararlysis and died in the hopes of a thing just as represented-everything
and croupy coughs are sure symptoms. kidney action became regular." seccessful resurrexshion, and I'm wer- I guaranteed x ;
A dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't ry, werry glad to git 'em again!"
z ; will loosen the phlegm,relieve the congested simply ask for a kidney remedy-get And he smiled like a man who has D.'MINERJUST I
t$, lungs and stop the cough. Its Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that looked over into heaven and caught a u. I
.I antiseptic pine balsam heal and soothe. glimpse of all his departed friends and '
Kr. Shaw had. Foster-Milburn Co.
#. .,' For croup,whooping cough and chronic carefully took one of the gold pieces WEST OF P. O. STARKE, .
4 -.' bronchial troubles try Dr. Bell'sPine ropsn. Buffalo, N. Y. ((28) out of the box and paid Skrapps for a l. .
t Tar Honey. At all druggists,' livining rod, and put the other threen I
4 I t 25c. (3) Trespass cards for sale at this office.. his left trouser pocket. : '" tR

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...' DECEMBER 22, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. j PACK THREE

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. RAILWAY OFFICIALS HOPE TO Tanlac creates a healthy appetite, !

I SUBMARINE CREW SETTLE THEIR CONTROVERSY: APALACHICOLA builds up the system, puHfies the i "

i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. blood, promotes digestion, s{d invigo- .

a President of Brotherhood Trainmen rates and re-vitalises the system; in a

RESCUED AFTER Say Settlement is in Crude State. MAN NOW EATS way that brings bnck the color to the

: Live State Newsl cheeks and the sparkle of health' to the
eyes.
. EVANSVILLE, Ind., Dec. 1<5. -W. Tanlac is "
BOAT GROUNDED G. Lee, president of the Brotherhoodof I ALL HE WANTS tarrhal a duct the specific mucous for ca-

Told by Our Exchanges. Railway Trainmen, announced in an mem- j
address here last night that negotiations brane, and it relives the ffects of 11

were under way between the prolonged colds ad stopped iup, disa-

groves valued OKEECHOBEE.-The Florida East CREW SPENT ENTIRE DAY brotherhood leaders and the railwayofficials' Well Knowrfcitizen Says, "It's greeable condition peculiar't& the ear ,
oRLANDo.-Orange of million dollars I Coast railway's new 17-acre stockyards looking to a settlement of the ly part of the \dr-ter. j ;

bve nearly changed a quarter hands at a this place the at this point have been completed. The BOTTLED UP IN SUBMARINE entire controversy out of court before The Honest Fact, I'd Pay $5 Tanlac is sold and recommended by L
yards are equipped with cypress lum- January 1st, when the Adamson law Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler by '

: past week.Solosion ber pens, dipping vats, scales and spur goes into effect. A Bottle For Tanlac If I Could Tomlinson-Maines. Drug Company; in i
railway track. The first shipment, con- H-3 STRUCK SAND SPIT WHILE He said the settlement was in a Hampton by the {fampton Pharmacy 1

Yo } AMI.-Four negroes were killed sisting of 421 head of cattle, was made COMING DOWN PACIFIC COAST crude state as yet, but declared that Not Get it For Any Less." in Lawtey by the ;Cash Drug'Store; in; '
ii y M several wounded by an accidental from the new yards last week. the railway officials desire to work out Raiford the :
by Weaver
of dynamite on the WillianTwrine WILL BE REFLOATED. such a plan and the men also want to. Drug Com
l estate near this city last week] lie said, "If we don't work it out our- Statement after statement from all pany; in Worthington: by Rl: T. Taylor !
; STUART-Monday there was big I selves somebody is going to work it sections of Florida are being made and in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. i.

CALLAHAN-This section has long excitement at the railroad fish when each it was EUREKA, Cal., Dec. 15.-Twenty- out for us and it will not be acceptableby from day to day by people who have -Advertisement. ;.
whispered that two jew one "
seven members of the crew of the either side.
been regarded a sweet potato grow weighing 300 pounds, had been caughtby tried Tanlac and are willing to come !
in* and shipping center and twenty a fisherman named \Hall. A big United States submarine H-3, comprised forward and tell other sufferers just TilE SArE DRIVER. i
have been shipped of two officers and twenty-five en- WAR INSURANCE ON VESSELS what it has done j
ears of the product crowd composed principally of touristssoon for them, and these j
from here to nearby points thus far gathered and gazed at the mam- listed men, who had been imprisonedsince HAS REACHED HIGHEST POINT grateful testimonials have accumulated : I
fish photographed dawn yesterday in the subma- Along the street I drive a4d car,
moth and
this aeasOf.JACKSONVILLE.Entailjng they were until there is hardly a county, village -
in angle possible. Though not rine which went ashore near the en- My rate of speed is safe slow. "
every Belief that the Submarine Campaign or crossroads in this great state
an approximate known to many, these fish bring a cent trance to Humbolt Bay here, were res--:. that has not furnished a living wit- I pull up where the children;are, !I
and half pound and this catch cued last night. May Increase Is the Cause. And give pedestrians a show.
loss of $100,000, fire which a per ness to the remarkable powers of this I
started about 2 o'clock completely de- will net Mr. Hall $9 for his day'swork. Five of the men were brought to medicine. i 0
large of the plant of shore late yesterday and the remain- Some day pede rians will be,
itroyed a Manufacturing portion Company, lo- ing twenty-two last night. All the NEW YORK, Dec. 18.-War risk Just a few days ago at Apalachicola By statute, from our highways cast, I
the Gress marine insurance is now to 15 II. B. Tucker of the For candid must bee thatThey're
coed on the north shore of McGlrts JACKSONVILLE-The following is men were brought in on a breeches up per one leading citizens any man t '
mile west of he cent for Mediterranean shipments and of that place, made a statement a nuisaace, first and last. I
rivers and the
the estimate for Florida's buoy which was rigged up by coastguard II
from 8 10 cent for transAtlantic
to
gaboutbridgeaand about six mIles! harbors: Apalachicola bay, $14,000: men. per that has caused a good deal of talk
of this city.JACKSONVILLE.Frank. Miami har- cargoes with rates based on total among the people there and has caus- But since they t-re permitted here, ,
$60,000
tooth Hillsborough bay, ; The H-3 struck a sand spit in a heavy valuation of'ship and and not
bor, $160,000; St. Andrews bay, $36- fog while coming down the coast from on the latter only as heretofore.cargo Thisis ed a great number of them to buy In spite of mot lists' appeals,
I hold it wise r to steer '
Crook, 000; St. Petersburg harbor, $1,500: Puget Sound with her mother ship, the highest level since August 1914, Tanlac. So they won't "ct y car beneath the wheels.
gJx-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. channel, Apalachicola bay to St. Au- the Cheyenne, and the submarines II-l when the rate went up to 20 per cent. "It's the honest fact, I'd pay five
Crook of Panama Park, was crushed drews bay, $14,000; Anclote river, $3- and H-2. All day long the min. but- The present rise in rates is attribu- dollars a bottle for Tanlac," said Mr. *
I watch the street where'er I
Ca-
to death shortly after noon Wednesday 000; Apalachicola river, $31,000 Holmes; riv- tIed up in the submarine hull, were. ted in insurance circles to a belief that Tucker candidly, "if I couldn't get it And dodge all livestock go,
loosahatchee river $4,000 astray,
by a county road wagon at Mill- ; Kis- thrown about by the heavy seas. peace is not soon in prospect and that for anu less; and you'd feel the same And toot horn that gone know
with several er, $1,000; Indian river, $12,000; my men may
,dale. He was playing simmee river, $4,000 Manatee river, Commander W. B. Howe, of the Chey- submarine activity will continue and way about it if you'd had stomach My juggernaut is on the way. II
climbed of ;
other children and on one enne, who directed the rescue, said the may increase. trouble like I had for four and
engaged in hauling shell $5,000; St. Johns river, Jacksonvilleto The action of the New York under- years
the wagons were kept alive by crowding be-
men been relieved is short time I
$330,000 Ocklawaha river, $5- as a as The road rules 1 have all by heartI -
'for the roads. He slipped and fell beneath sea, ; neath the cOining tower for air, thus writers followed similar action takenin
wheels which 000; removing water hyacinths, $10- was by taking three bottles of this learned the v. hole blamed list complete -
one of the heavy ; escaping the chloride gas from the London. With the average valuationof i fr
passed over his body. 000; Choctawhatchee river, $6,000; Es- batteries. the munition laden ship between medicine."I 1 .
cambia and Conecur rivers, .$2,500. And no man e\. sees myicart ;
Lieutenant Begusch, commander of $3,000,000 and $4,000,000, a ten per had gotten so I'd have awful Upon the side of the street.
PALATKA.-Palatka has celebrated the H-3, reported that the submarinewas cent insurance entails a payment of pains in the pit of my stomach and wrong .

the opening of the new postofflce buIlding FT. LAUDERDALE. party omen lying on a sandy bottom, closedup $300,000 to $400,000 in premium. Despite had to be mighty careful all the time And while I exorcise* such tare,
a well-constructed and well-ar- left this city by boat with a com- water tight and probably could be the enormous cost it is said that about my eating.. I would swell up While modestly: rllY motor hums,
ranged building provided by the government plete camping outfit and crossed Lake refloated with minor damages. Some the insurance business instead of fall- and have a miserable, heavy feeling Along the teeming thoroughfare .
at a cost of $50,000. Palatka Okeechobee and Lake Hicpochee. From chlorine gas was liberated from the ing off continues to pile up faster than after eating, and it just seemed like I Some badly locoed speed fan comes.
has been showing a disposition to the latter point they started with batteries, but the men did not suffer the companies can expeditiously han- couldn't get anything that would giveme

shake off the lethargy that has hampered teams and on horseback into the prai- much from this. However, nearly all dle it. permanent relief or keep this trou- He knocks the sawdust frfm a gent
her of late. Hope the new post- ries and marshes of the Big Cypress. of the crew suffered bruises from the ble from pulling me down until I Who hasn't time to climb tree,

office building will be a further incentive Game was so plentiful that horseback they shot pounding of the vessel.LLOYDGEORGE Constipation Makes You DulL found out about Tanlac and began to And then, withr-jt or with intent, t
birds from ,
and doing. quail and other He slams his into
to be up and altogether six deer and fourteen LEADER OF That draggy, listless, oppressed take it. ca- right me, .

wild turkeys fell to the guns of the feeling generally results from consti- "It has helped me over these trou- dismal
THE MASSES OF ENGLISH I say, when from the wreckI
PUNTA GORDA.-Theodore Roose- the hunt- pation. The intestines are clogged and
party. The big adventure of bgles and I am now feeling fine and climb and realize the wtjrst, I
velt has canceled his trip to the South the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve
immense
the killing of an
ing trip was can actually eat anything I please "The who ets it in the neck,
Sea islands and has decided to join a wild hog, which was run down on Fought His Way From The Cobbler's this condition at once with Dr. King's without the trouble man !
having slightest fs he who sweats by Safc'y First! :
devil-fishing hunting expedition with horseback with the aid of dogs, and Bench and Entered Parliament. New Life Pills; this gentle, non-grip- I .
from it afterwards. I have tried -Walt Mason.
Russell J. Coles of Danville next killed after it had attacked one ing laxative is quickly effective. A I
only ______ ____ t
Tanlac for myself and Iknow it's a .-
March, so MlColes, who is just back of the dogs and tore it almost to pieces dose at bedtime will make you feel I
from Oyster Bay, said this evening. with its tusks. LONDON, Dec. 20.-David Lloyd- Brighter in the morning. Get a bottle good medicine, and I'm glad to recom- Read the Bedford County Tele I''
The colonel will join the Coles' expedition George, the new premier of Great I today at your druggist, 25c. (3) mend it to all my friends." graph the honfc paper. I
which will leave.Punta Gorda Britain, fought his way to the top. I I if I. ,
NEW SMYRNA.-A new industryhas from cobbler's in Wales, where --- '
in a power sloop, as a member of the a shop II
crew. been started in this section. It is he later began his career as a lawyer.His ts .
the gathering of marsh grass for elevation to the highest positionin
broom making. Gathering marsh the British cabinet is regarded as I P ince Albert gives
LIVE OAK.-A force of workmen grass with a large force of men and a a direct slap at the aristocarcy of Eng-: .
:are busy removing the overhead cables payroll that is near $40 a day is the land and a distinct victory for the ;
:.of the Florida Telephone Company, as new business that G. E. Smick, of masses whose champion the little smokers such
'they now have the underground cables Pennsylvania, has started we. The Welshman has been since he entered
.all connected. The removal of these grass is cut and hauled t o the city, parliament in 1890.LloydGeorge .
:heavy cables and the posts will make a where it is dried before being baled was born in Wales delight, because
decided improvement in the appear- and shipped North. Marsh grass has and inherited the Celtic fire of his
.uee of the city, and the members of been used in broom making for a long Welsh parents. From early childhood
'this enterprising mpany is to be time and there are several big factories he has vaunted his revolutionary spirit -lit flavor is so different and so

commended for their progressive spir- that utilize this product. So far, -indicating that he is somewhat of a delightfully good; ; s .

"it, however, no one in Florida has had the leader or the land-owning aristocracyof
-it can't bite
enterprise to establish such a factory: England would have desposed him your tongue; j

H>STINGS.-This section has read and the state only get the price of many years ago.Premier 'W- 1 -it can't parch your throat;;

the. ngns of the times aright and is the raw material. Began as a Cobbler : o'
preparing to take advantage of the opportunity Lloyd-George began his record career _you can smoke it as long and

by planting an enormous FT. PIERCE.-Thousands upon thou-- at ten years of age when he led a ; as hard as you like (without any
t trop of potatoes. We hope that all sands of wild ducks have been feeding revolt in school. He was a dissenterand comeback but real bacco happiness .
"that possibly can will be made ready river during the
and playing in Indian refused to learn the catechism. He
'to supply the demand next spring. past few days. Not in years, old residents won his point. This incident occurredin |

I There will be the greatest demand say, have they beeu so numerous. 1873. After the death of his father '( I
On the
,.',,for potatoes, cabbage, beans and onions So large are the droves, in many cases, Lloyd-George was apprenticed to reverse side of every Prince
;: that ever was known. Millionsare that when the ducks are flushed they his uncle, a cobbler at Carnavonshire. 1' t Albert package you will rid :

looking to Florida to keep them almost obscure the light of the sun. He lived a childhood of privation but "PROCESS PAT INT ED

:,from going hungry.CLEARWATER.The. They are unusually tame, and aften managed to study law while workingon JULY 30TM 18.1"l

come to the water's edge, almost with- the cobbler's bench. lf That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment -

I whole pinel- in arm's throw of the business portionof Lloyd-George first stepped into par- ,. Prince Albert bag always been
las county seat question was reopened the city. Taking advantage of this liament as the result of his organization sold without f remiums.
We
last week when Judge Reaves, rulingon unusual condition, quite a number of of the young Welsh movement, a coupons or
a mandamus brought by St. Peters- gunners have been on the river, and in protest against absentee landlordismof I prefer to give quality 1 \ _,

burg citizens against the board of some instances have bagged dozens. the English peers. Once in parlia-
county commissioners, held that an One fisherman is reported to have cap- ment Lloyd-George made himself ; .
election must be held to locate the tured a large number, when feeding known. From 1890 on he worked for

county seat. This city is the present along the water's surface, they became the masses at all times, recallingthe RIALBERT' _.rot
I county seat and the fight between this entangled in his net. Duck dinners : days when he was one of them. For b:1l.J, J1IoI4I.
;'city and St. Petersburg is now. on in have been numerous since the influx. 20 years he fought against the land- TobuttxCo.iirijiijii

i earnest. It is possible that the case owning aristocracy and finally won .

t; May be carried to the supreme court, ST. AUGUSTINE.-The Florida the battle. the national joy smoke y IpP.uintl,, ICI Itlt,r
f.although it is believed that an election East Coast Railway for the season of Lloyd-George became the leader of '.... h
f will be called by the commissioners. 1916-17 will inaugurate the most elab- the Liberals and entered the cabinetas TfOIPIX find a ehtmry howdy-do on tap no a rmi gliu'It
r orate and complete passenger servicein head of the board of trade in 1908. A neck mttter Oft how?,. wood.much of you mtrmnger drop into.you For.are Prince in 1M 0 O ;
f FT. MYERS. The first the history of the Flagler system. Later he became chancellor of the ex- in goodness and Mbmrt rifht then-mt the first plmc youfun b O r '
local Farm
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that mil tobacco I Thetoppjrred jqU1,
: and then formulated u9h I l'NH I !III
chequer a national -
; Loan Association has been organized There are to be six through trains satisfaction b t fell*for m nickel end the tidy i.ddnforadime 5 pRiP;
In this city, with a large membership each way daily, making twelve : health insurance law, unemployment tn.pl.pe ;then then'the hend- iOlt 1 ERiHE. Ej.
and hmlf-poand tin
r from nearly every section of Lee coun- through trains, operating between Mi- insurance, old age pensions and is all we or its enthusiastic ome hamldon pound and the pound j CESsDISQ ff1tD IN ,j.
ty. It is expected that a charter will ami and Jacksonville. There will be the; "people's budget" of 1909, in whichhe crjittl-Altt humidor withtpontemoittener '1
be obtained from the Federal govern- two each way running on through ruled that the people who have the friends ever claimed thmt keep the too to- 1
ment about the first of the and I II from Jacksonville to Key West. Thereare money must pay. He insisted upon bmeco in each i' '
year,
taxing the superfluities of the rich for it bmng-ap trim tt "4
I that by February 1st, the various regional two new trains, one each way, Nos. ntbtOattl. ;
banks will have been established, 35 and 36, that will offer the fastest rather than the food of the poor, and ',I 1 '

which will make available the desired schedule on the road. The present this step endeared him all the more to It answers every smoke desire you '
funds to the members of the associa- trains Nos. 37 and 38 are placed on a the masses.

tion. This accomplished, we have rea- slower schedule, making all local and or any other man ever had I It is so P Uty 1'
son to look for the greatest period of express stops, while Nos. 35 and 36 IS SEVERE ON THE RAIROADS. I
material advancement. will make stops only at important cool and fragrant and appealing to your I .

effect points.on The Thursday new schedule, January will 4th.go in WASHINGTON, Dec. 18.-"The rail- smokeappetite that you will get chummy with i .: I

PUNTA GORDA.-Work on the roads of the country, in a hysteria of .t
great- bridge across Charlotte Harbor pessimism, seem to be engaged in trying it in a mighty short time I I fl''Ii, Iiru, II :

at this point began last week. Frank I TAMPA.-The city hall flag pole to ruin their own credit and apparently -
J. Stamm, of the contracting firm of has a new coat of paint as a result of are laying the foundation for Will invest 5c ttW. I .;
and you or lOc to prove out our Ie ,.,_ .
J. of Harry"
Stamm & Son. of St. Petersburg, the efforts "Steeplejack" government ownership," declared Max say- PriMe JL; tidy,.. La4
arrived here last Tuesday, coming by "Steeplejack George, who were giventhe Thelen, president of the National Association so on the national joy smoke? UJ."PH .I..rr.-"f-q"
alter and by the board of public works.
bringing much of the mathinery job of Railway Commissioners,
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and other The two men are the "human flies ofAmerica" 1 '
appliances to be used before the congressional railroad investigating ski Prir..a.A2beot e. a..al
in the construction of the bridge. and came too late to be committee here. He asserted R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wmtton-Salem N. C. .. ? .
Since'arrivjng New York few days m'
he and a force of men shipped to a ago that the railroads are now earning !i I
we been busy getting everything in when Secretary Dickie of the board of more than ever and would really be .
"Mmess, building tool houses, preparing trade was requested to send some flies acting in the public interest if they x
the concrete mixers and forms for experimental purposes. Steeplejack would stop complaining about public ..i
doing other necessary preliminary George will be remembered as the'human regulation and devote themselves to I '
York. flea" who walked up the out- and other
supplying equipment urgently -
side of the city hall last winter. He is needed facilities. He declared that HULL'S DEPARTMENT STOR&We ;!
still going strong in his work. His although other corporations are subject -
FORT MYERS.-Immediate con- buddy, Harry, is none other than the to state regulation, the railroadsare
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junction of the Lee county portion of same who took the flag pole off the seemingly the only ones complaining -

i to WIC Marco'-th -state road from Miami top of the dome of the World buildingin and dissatisfied.It buy in exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Eggs, Chickens and other Produce.
which is to form a part ofwe.Taauami New York, a no small feat. The announced that the Joint Congressional
Trail, was assured when men did the job on the city hall in was Railroad Investigating- We sell Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture, Shoes, Hat; Oils, '

the county commissioners awarded the thirty-five minutes, and are ready for Committee has decided to ask !
congressto Paints Gasoline Feeds Fertilizers Lime and Brick. We Phoslime in sratd
-22?** for this work to the J. B. all work at dizzy heights. extend its life beyond January 8th, buy car

,1Dpany ccrary has company of Atlanta, which when its term of existence expires, so lots and are prepared to make low prices. We give good measure and an onest
also the contract for theportion 11I-'._ EtfICIII 11IIIII1 U.Tillie that it postpone further hearings '
't, of the cross-the-state road D.. Nit.fls Ott. tM isesl ell, until congress may has adjourned. This is weight to all. Yours for the Square Deal, j

:Iron The Miami to the Lee county line. ta addition to other propertktLtzFoi considered necessary so that the needed iL ,
McCrary bid forthis work was contains Caacara ia acceptable form, a time may be devoted to President 1
1111,800. According 0 to the contract 1tima1atiD2Iuative aodTooic. TTFot Wilson's railroad legislative programin 'I
sicced. the bond of the company must ids eIectIft1ylDd does not gripe nor congress. NEWELL B. HULL ;
be PProred before December 24, and aistarfa At the same time,it aidsaigestioa.aroases ''E I
the! road must be finished within 20 the liver and secretions f
ethL : ma restores the healthy functions. 50c. Read the Telegraph.
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i When the Armour Company established a Meat Packing Plant In Jacksonville a short time agot hundredsof g

hogs were dieing of cholera on the farms of Bradford County. This meant that thousands of dollars were

absolutetly going! to waste instead of going into the pockets of the farmers of the county. A way tc stop !the

j r ravages of this disease and save this money to the community as well as to safe-guard the businels of swine

I l raising in the future was a question that appealed strongly to the officers of this bank. Our president Mr E. $.-Jl

!I Matthews, began at once an investigation of the subject with the hope that the State. Board of Health<< would be'

t able to give the needed relief, but it was found that the board had no funds for the purpose. } '

I Further investigation and correspondence got Mr. Matthews into touch with the Interstate Vaccine, Com- ;

pany of Kansas City, Mo.: This correspondence has resulted in this company agreeing to send an expfert here toU

; I go from farm to farm in the county and vaccinate hogs, at the same time teaching those interested how to *{

I do their own vaccinating. There is to be no charge for the services of the expert. There is to be a'char'ge fort -

t the vaccine and virus used, but the company agrees to guarantee the vaccinated hogs immune from cholera for Ri

i! the period of one year and to take notes at 7 per cent. interest, for the price of the vaccine and virus, payable ,

: t I. at the end of the year for which the hogs are guaranteed, so that there will be no immediate outlay? of money _

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It is claimed by the company that treatment with their vaccine and virus will immune hogs from cholera for life but they must have some definite time,with.
in reason, for their guarantee to end and for the maturity of the notes taken in payment for vaccine and virus. It is also claimed that the death lo's by the treat. if.I

.. \. ment will be practically nothing. | : ,:i9
I j The business of hog raising holds tremendous possibilities for the farmers of Bradford County. We are convenient to a daily market for every hog that can J;

be raised, and our fertile soil will prodnce in abundance, at reasonable cost, the forage crops necessary to raise as fine hogs as can be done anywhere i in the United t.
.. States. But the business will never be on a safe footing until the disease of cholera is brought under control. Today a herd of swine, no matter htfw fine they are,
". i would not be considered for a moment as collateral at a bank. This is because the hazard is too great. We believe this hazard can be greatly reduced and :t
: finally overcome entirely by systematic vaccination. It is to help the farmers do this that the Bank of Starke has interested itself in this matter. We believe thai '1

swine raising is destined to become one of Florida's greatest industries and we want to see Bradford County farmers reap the full benefit of the business.. j -3*

;' In arranging for this campaign of vaccination we have gone carefully into every detail and we believe that the Interstate Vaccine Company iaf an entirely responsible I.

concern. They charge more for their vaccine than some other manufacturers, but they will send an expert to administer it and they show their within its J

t superiority by guaranteeing it to save the hogs from cholera. i[ fa
.:, Having done our part we submit the matter to the farmers of the county. If you are interested fill out the blank printed below and mail to the Bank of t

Starke at once. It is intended to have the campaign start on or about January 8th and we must arrange an itinerary for the expert that will economize his time as ..
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; Bank of Starke, Starke, Fla. .
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:. ; I' I wish to have____________hogs ranging in size from_p-unds
.; of___________________________________'_ _______Pigs. Said Inter-State Vaccine Com pounds vaccinated by the Interstate Vaccine Co. on the terms set forth!n
: pany guarantees said healthy pigs immune from Cholera twelve months from date. If any agree to give my: note payable in one year from its date at 7 per cent irterest '
cine used.
die with Cholera first thirty days I. S. V. Cis to refund first cost of vaccination; if any
:: ; die with Cholera the second month to refund 2.00 per head; if any die with Cholera the My place is located on________________----------L------------|-----

" t third month refund $3.00 per head; if any die with Cholera the fourth month refund: $4.00 road________________miles from_______________________________ _-'_____ f-
V: t per head; if any die with Cholera the fifth month or any time after within twelve months.
: 1 f from vaccination to refund $5.00 per head. Satisfactory proof that death was caused by Give here such directions as will assist in easily reaching place:__ ----- I

,> .. i Cholera must be made by the said___________________________________in the following ------------- --------------------------------------- ---------. ----- !
. to-wit When death lesions that affected by Cholera must be removed ------------- --------------------------
I manner : occurs are ------------- ---------tr ----
r ; and part of same sent in alcohol to Inter-State Vaccine Company at Company's expense, Signedif -___________________ ---. ----- tn----------V-]

if ; the other part to be retained by the said___________________________________. If said
COST OP VAC CINE AND VIRUS. f
: Company finds: by examination of the said lesions that death was caused by Cholera then I
'! The cost of the vaccine and virus to be used will be-about as follows:
, payment as above stated to be made to____________________________________within ten For pigs 3 to 10 days old 27 1-2 cents each. i

days. In case of disagreement as to cause of death the said__________________________ For pigs,. "10 to CO days old 271-'c to 521-'c each, according to w ght. :
F' old to fat (100 pounds) 52 1-2 C each. ? Ifis
to send the part of lesions retained by him to the Veterinarian of the Florida State ulOoaioj ;
Pigs fat ( 150 pounds) 52 l-2c to 77 1-?.. cents, according to ',.veight.fi .
Board of Health, Jacksonville, Fla., whose decision in the matter shall be final. All pigsvaccinated
For larger hogs add 12 1-2 cents for each 25 pounds; of additional weight.Thin !i}
! under this contract must have a round hole cut in the center of the left ear the
size of a nickel. hogs are given dosage according to estimate of what they wftld I

4. Under no circumstances will we guarantee sick hogs to be immuned against Cholera CO\I1' 1 .
RESPONSIBILITY OF INTERSTATE VACCINE : ANY. I
}r and in order to prove that these hogs: are not sick with Cholera if any die with Cholera f" i -
within 168 hours after they have been vaccinated this is sufficient proof that these hogs Regarding the integrity and responsibility of the Interstate Vac:ine Company, Mr. X.t
had Cholera when vaccinated and this contract is void. J. :\Moore, vice-president of the Southwest Nat'l] Bank of Commerce, me of the largest '
; banks in Kansas City, writes as follows: Vr
: This contract entered into at_----_________________County of-__________________
"The Interstate Vaccine Company through its President and sole (Jvner, Mr. Ed. Wig :
State of____________________this____day of______________________191____by and be- lesworth, has been known to the writer for more than twenty-eight yeA-s. .
r tween the parties whose signatures are affixed hereto."I_ know Wiglesworth to be a man of the highest integrity a.:d a man who has
always kept his word in all his dealings. His transactions with the writer date backtwentyseven
(Signed) I'.TERSTATETACCI'E COMPANYWITNESSES f :'
years. .{"
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ra"I know that he personally superintends the production of serum and virus, under the :
V : President. direction of the U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry, at the Interstate k'accine Company's ;i

.' By. ___________-_____________________ plant. "H!
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Attorney in Fact. patrons enjoys th(:|confidence and respect -
of all who have done business with him. I consider the holdIn i of the Interstate
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"Whatever contract or obligation: Wiglesworth assumes, I arl' confident he will
,=,k. \OTE-The expert of the Inter-State Vaccine Co. will instruct farmers fully as to faithfully discharge.
V the lesions or parts that are affected by cholera. "
"Further information will be furnished on application. I
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}f. The officers and directors of this bank conceive it to be part of a bank's duty to its customers and community to do anything it can to conserve the material interests: of the community.:'<

,. t It is in line with this policy that our Mr. Matthews took up the matter of safe-guarding the swine raising industry of the county. In this advertisement we submit the results .'f his work. We ask '.
the farmers of the county to give the matter their very careful consideration. If the proposition appeals to you as one of merit we ask that you act promptly in mailing in you) order for the services -f
of the expert so that the campaign may be started and carried systematically. .
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SAY. DECEMBER 22, 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY .

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; 000oooooaooooo000 VILLA FULL OF FIGHT. Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System .
F ; happily. So I came: back. I did not "THE HOUSEDIVIDED" The Old Standard fen rat .trenjthulng tonic. :
i LONELY YEARS meet yon, and, like you, I would not GROVES TASTELKSJ chill TONI&drive out I fKllariaeDrlches <
WHY PLANT SEA ISLAND
inquire about you. I thought you had Says Americans Are Violating His the bfxxUnd build*op the iysUta. -
0 COTTON? < >
!' left the town. Then I met Lacy Land 0 s Country and Must Get Out. A true tonic. FoidulU.adcWUtea. SOc.
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MAY ELSIE BARRETT. and fell In love with her. Not as I had 0000000000 0 0000With -
By loved you, but still I loved her. At
the approach of the boll weevilto From his headquarters at Quinta
our age love is different Pierce county we hear much discus- EDGARgEYESOpt
Luz, Villa, the Mexican bandit has issued -
-in the town agreed that ArnoldQreah&m "Yes, it is different," murmured sion about the relative merits of Up- THIRD OF THE TIMESUNIONONE a statement that he "is going to c an % xtr d
was Lucy Lane's last chance, Lucy, with a sense of guilt at listen land and Sea Island cotton under boll drive the Americans out of Mexico or t

might be thankful she ing, and yet she knew-that the knowl weevil conditions. We submit that, make them fight. He contemplatesalso
.4 that she NOVEL A WEEK SER- Broken
proposals may be edge she had gained was priceless. while Upland cotton may be grown of making a gap between the two Larfaes Duplicated
thirty-six
bad It. At more rapidly from the time the fruitis Same Day as RtcitvcdWtSpfcUlin
enough, but not In small "But I loved her," the man resumed. IES ABOUT FOOTBALL. countries so wide and deep that no Pbt .
''common once set on the stalk, Sea Island cot- an14ii0rdcnttwaetVey <4p
Americans will be able to steal .
ever .
domesticated people. "Then I met you and I knew that the *
towns among ton can be brought to the fruit form- -
Mexican land gold oil. In
talkingto
or
either old love held fast""That
rule, they are
thirty, as a ing stage before Upland cotton
can.
,After Villa
a representative
The third of the series of novela newspaper
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bachelors and all I wanted to know one
.married or confirmed was With the present early and highly pro- week said: .
said Dorothy. "I would not for the lific Sea Island seed now being used now running in the TimesUnion -
Iplnsters.! iii this is a realistic football story by "Do you know Pershing? Pershing Ask Ycur Grocer
Oresham come back world come between you. Poor Lucy! generally country we doubt
Arnold hash Ralph D. Paine. The author is a grad- is violating the sacred rights of Mex-
from the metropolis, re be had You must never let her know, Arnold. be very seriously whether Uplands can uate of Yale, and was on both the foot- ico and has got to get out. I will show
produced earlier than Sea Is-
before, as a young "She shall never know, answeredthe any ball eleven and of them that C
lOne ten years lands. One planter in this this rowing crew eight poco tiempo, they cannot
man. He had come back with a comfortable man season has actually produced county under during his college days. In The House violate Mexican rights.
charge of a "And will be devoted to her all Divided Mr. Paine tells that '
capital, to take you ordinary conditions, open cotton in 90 a story "Do you know Wilson? I was his CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES
law produce business. He was a gen- your life," said Dorothy. "And I shall days from planting time. It must be every boy should read-it's good read- friend.. I liked him, but at Aguaprietahe

tleman, and handsome. It was certainly be happy too, thinking that I have recognized that Sea Island cotton has ing for old folks, too. The opening turned traitor to me and to the

good chance for Lucy. your love all the while. Arnold, dear one most remarkable recuperative chapters of this story will appear in cause I represented and helped Car-

-:. a those who had ventured to quality in that it can "come back" the Times-Union of December 24. ranza-the bad man of Mexico. Is

Among what was expected to be an- estIn spite of all that had been said when it is set back by adverse weather The two Thorpe boys are captainsof there any wonder that I chase the

bint at was Dorothy Field. Five the sound of the kiss startled the lis and then go on and continue to make opposing teams. In a champion Americans out of Mexico?"
wunced fruit. This ship the elder accidentally insures -
quality is lacking in Up- game
than Lucy, she had tener. With a shuddering sob Lucy

never years been younger a close friend of hers. Yet Lane turned and hurried noiselessly' land can be cotton.brought Sea to such Island a size cotton that bolls by ily quarrel the younger results.brother The and sympathiesof a fam- Read the Bradford County Tele- Best By Ever). Test

she had come In and taken the elder down the street homeward. the time the boll weevil begins his destructive the members of the Thorpe familyare graph-the home paper.

woman by the hands and gravely, very She could not blame the man. She work, in early July, a good with the young and pampered son I

gravely, said: realized that as she sat in her parlor, portion of the crop will be beyond the and brother. ----

"I hope you and Arnold will be very waiting for him to come. Nor Doro point where he will puncture the bolls. ; The elder Thorpe does everything in r.

happy." thy. One cannot blame love, who The boll weevil does not puncture any his power to patch up matters. Finally .

And Lucy remembered vague talk shoots where he pleases. But she grown or partially grown bolls if there !the elder boy saves his brother from a SMOKE 4 II
is newly formed fruit bloom I gambling house scandal takes the
passion between the ought to have known. She should have any or -- -
bout a one-time buds to be had. As Sea Island blame himself and when his self-
wondered she had been known. How foolish she had been! cotton upon
two. She had ; She made up her mind In the few continues to grow and put on fruit sacrifice is discovered, the family feud
troubled. right up to killing frost the boll wee- dissolves and all are reunited. ALL H1' .
minutes before his coming. And in PURE
"Don't make the mistake I-the mis- vil will always have the food he most The Times-Union has added still an- A
her new-found she
strength, grew
women make, Dorothy likes at hand and
take so many any partially or fully other feature. Members-elect of the
"Don't-don't let strangely calm. She saw the long, matured bolls will thus
bad continued. your be free from legislature, which will convene in Tal-
empty years that awaited her, a lonely attack. This feature of continuous lahassee next April, are now contribu- The popular cigar of the South. Made by the
Suddenly woman in the little gossipy town. Pea until
she had burst Into tearsand growth killing frost seems to be ting articles concerning measures

run out of the house. And Arnold, ple would shake their heads at the lacking in Upland cotton. which they will introduce or advocate, STARKE CIGAR COMPANY

coming In, had met Dorothy at the woman who had been three times en- The all important thing then is for and which they believe should have
gaged and never married. Well, she our people to plant early, work thor- legislative consideration. The Times-

tate. could bear that for his sake. oughly and often, use plenty of fer- Union is publishing these reviews ex Geo. L Massey Prop. . fetarke, Fla
all It had happened a ,
That was ,
tilizer
make use of all the known
clusively. The has also
she management
"But I love him, whispered, as
. week before, and Lucy had seen Ar- methods to destroy the boll weevil .
she rose at the ring of the front doorbelL made arrangements to print the only -- r- J
nold several times since. They were and get the crop formed as early as complete report in the state of the _- -A
1 love him
too.
discussing! the announcement. Lucy possible. With the use of proper intel- daily proceedings of the legislature. ?=
Arnold much He placed his arms about her and ligence and work at the time .
loved
tad not so very right The Times-Union offers most interest- .
until he asked her to marry him; sheSuddenly kissed her, as he had kissed Dorothy one-half to two-thirds, perhaps more, ing reading to its subscribers for the HB.

Field an hour before. It was a struggle of our present production can be real- next six months, and invites others to r \ .

to draw herself from his em- zed. With Sea Islands selling at pres- become its patrons.-Adv. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian
brace. ent for more than double the price of .

"Arnold," she said weakly, "I wantto Uplands, and the strong probability i
tell you something. I have been that this difference will rulefor many Well Driller

r thinking things over, and I have dedded years to come; with the planters of
not to this county having a life-long exper- : .

"LucyP! marry you. ing ience lands in raising which Sea are Islands peculiarly, and adaptedto work- J. R. Davis I have had twenty-four years experience in

Even then, under the surprise, she this staple we cannot with
; say any
could detect the relief in his voice. too much emphasis that the plantingof & Company Well drilling in Florida. E EI

"Lucy! Why Uplands under boll weevil conditions i-

"Because I don't love you as I ought would be one great big mistake. guarantee to satisfactorily complete all .
Arnold." With the steady increase of the auto-
mobile business the : INSURANCE
and corresponding ---CONTRACTS -
"You will learn to love me, he pro-
demand for Sea Islands in the tires
tested. "Lucy, you will care for me." i
thereof
we venture the assertion that
She listened with dull Raiford :-: jt
pride. Yes during the present generation at least, FIc\rida
he was a gentleman, as she had known such cotton will never sell for less I Starke Florida ]
from the first. ,
than a highly profitable price to the : 'i

"No, my dear," she answered. planter; and with the average sea Island -

"That is my decision. I have'taken a cotton lands capable of producingas .

long time to come to it, and I have many or more pounds of this cotton & I
been weak and foolish not to have .than of Uplands, it is the height of folly -

known before. I hope we shall be to plant anything but Sea Island .
cotton. i
good friends always. But I cannot _
_
We do not mean to infer that Sea u
Al WI marry you. Don't make it harder for Islands
will be produced successfully
: IIIOFFFOR
" me. in this county by the use of the pres-
., She was trembling. Even then, if ent methods. The coming of the boll ANOTHER GARLOAD
{ ijijiiii.ti he had taken her in his arms she weevil must bring a new era in the

j -e would have yielded, would have mar- history of Pearce county farming. Al-

ried him without his love. She knewIt together too frequently in the past ..

t and hated herself for It. have our people passed up the advice .It

- But-he only bowed, turned, and went and instruction given them from var- t
ious sources. The United States Department
} toward the door. He hesitated. He ,
of Agriculture, the departments -
t'J would not pretend, or ate but he would : of agriculture of the individual ,
-
not show what was In his heart. :
states, as well as many private concerns .
She Stopped Dead. "You are"sure, Lucy?" he asked. have spent many thousands of
"You are sure this is not-" dollars solely for the benefit of the I
had even wondered whether she would
"Caprice? Oh, no, it is my discovery planter. The conclusions they have
accept him; but when he spoke she of myself," she answered. "Good- reached have been as the result of the
felt a rush of tenderness in her heart most thorough, exhaustive convincingand
ni&ht-and forgive me if "
and knew that she loved Arnold with you can. painstaking experiments under every -
As the door closed she saw the lone ,
ajd her soul. known condition, and if, in this daywe
ly stretch out in all their
years again
He had been Just the same since would have successful farming,

that evening, and yet-Lucy wondered blackness. such advice and instruction, so freely i
whether she had really divined that (Copyright 1916. by W. O.. Chapman.)- given, cannot be ignored. The plan-
-
the old passion for Dorothy had been ters of this county are the peers of any

stirred Or in Georgia or any other state, and we
again. whether it was PREACHERS IN ARMS AGAINST
imagination.She believe that, when once aroused to the
GEN. FUNSTON. seriousness of the condition which
left the house and walked down
threatens them, they will seize hold of
the leafy street still mvsing. Arnold the new methods and the
ATLANTA, Ga. Dec. 18.-Atlanta's by good use
was to call that night and they were Baptist preachers, in common with of brain and muscle, bring an era of

to make the arrangements. There their brethren of the cloth throughoutthe prosperity never before known.-N. Ir

were two hours, and a sense of the South, are up in arms against Gen- W. Littlefield, in the Blackshear, (Ga.)
irrevocable nature of the impending eral Funston's refusal to allow Rev. J. Times of Dec. 14. 1916.

meeting came strongly over the wom- B. Gambrell of the executive board of
I
an. Mingled with this, and with the the general Baptist convention to con-
CALOMEL SALIVATESAND
wonder about Dorothy, came a vague duct a revival among the troops along
sense of futility. She had been en- the Mexican border. MAKES YOU SICK

gaged twice before, in girlhood, and And they are being supported in the

each time it had been broken off by criticism and denunciation of General
her. When Arnold asked her to marry Funston by no less an ally than Bishop Acts Like Dynamite on a Slug- .
Warren A. Candler of the Methodist '
him she had felt instinctively that it gish Liver and You Losea .
would Episcopal church, south, who has vio- At +
come to nothing.
lently bombarded the general's forti-
Work.
Suddenly she stopped dead. Arnold fications with a veritable storm of high Day's Zt:1

was speaking. "My dear-" he had be- explosive ink bombs.Dr. -

gun. She thought that he had come Arthur H. Gordon, pastor of one There's no reason why a person ,

upon her unaware. that he was speaking of. Atlanta's leading Baptist church, should take sickening, salivating cal- :
to her. has capped the climax of the "drive"by
omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof
But he arraigning General Funston in
was hidden behind'a laurel as
Dodson's Liver Tone-a
perfect
shrubbery, and the sobbing answer to "ignorant and presumptuous martinet"who
Ills I deserves to be fired from the substitute for calomel.It .
words showed her that she was under I ser- E
vice, is a pleasant, vegetable liquid

"My a delusion.dear I know," he said. which will start your liver just as sure- The carload of Mules that reached our barns last week
The BELATED SANTA CLAUS LETTER. ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you

othy. Her woman voice spoke was, torn and it with was grief.Dor Saxton, Fla., Dec. 18, 191& I.sick Children and can and not grown salivate.up folks can from St. Louis were of such high class that they sold out on

"If we had not been too proud for a Dear Santa Claus:

reconciliation, Arnold! If only you I will write you a few lines in regards is take perfectly Dodson's harmless.Liver Tone, because it the spot and our Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr. has been in the

hd let me know where you were, I to the things I would like for ,
would have written to But you to send me. I did not get my let- Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is
didn't care!" you. you ter in last week, but hope it will be mercury and attacks your bones. Takea market again this week selecting another carload. w.i

T all right. I have two little sisters and dose of nasty calomel today and you
did care for a long time, Dorothy two little brothers. I want doll that will feel weak, sick and nauseated to-
a ,
he These Mules will all be class stock broken and
knew where replied. "But" I thought you I goes to sleep, and my little sisters morrow. Don't lose a day's work. high fully

I wai. like dolls, and we want some oranges, Take a spoonful of Dodson's. Liver
"Did" you think I would ask any- apples, nuts and candy, and I want Tpne instead and you will wake up ready for work. The shipment will reach our bas'

.e! demanded the girl "I hare some some ribbon, three yards, and a pret- feeling great. No more biliousness,
Pride Arnold. lamp. Now, Dear Santa Claus t
"We pease them constipation, sluggishness, headache, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27th
both bad too much he said bring to me. coated tongue or sour stomach. Your ,
WieUy. The tone of hopeless despair Good-bye, dear old Santa Claus. *

\ Lacy fa).Us voice clasped came like her a hands revelation against to PEARL PARMENTER. son's druggist Liver calomel says Tone your if acts you money better don't is find than waitingfor Dod-horrible and we invite all persons interested in the purchase oft i good


"Do I> Constipation Makes You Dull you. (12-4%) stock to call and see them. I
you lqr her! roamed Doro That draggy, listless, oppressed
thy. -Tall tifta that. Arnold."* feeling generally results from consti- W.InAWW EfMMunBitllJNrTMft )
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T did lore her. I had never forgot pation. The intestines are clogged and OftsMotirittMrDkMtliiStMHfc.IB .

a MB TOO.' Dorothy, but yon had com to the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve addition to other piopetks,Lax-Pot
occupy a place" this condition at once with Dr. King's contains Cascara ia acceptable form, s J. W. ANDREWS & SON

: "A forgotten place!" New Life Pills; this gentle, non-grip- ItIaaa1atJDaLaatift and' epic. Lax-PoI '

.-N... forgotten: but lUll put &114e.iJ ing laxative is quickly effective. A acts effectively and does not gripe nor STARKE FLORIDA | t
I tboeght these was no chance for the dose at bedtime will make you feel distort stomach. At the same time,it aids ,

: f- ..... I lung sure yon W aanM brighter in the morning. Get a bottle digestion,atoms the liar sad secretions &
.t today at your druggist, 25c. (3) aa restores the healthy roactioBS. SOc. 5.,


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t- PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. I ECDIBI "
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; '' TEDDY'S LATEST.The ALTO RUNS INTO OPEN DRAW, .
t Bradford
t County Telegraph TWO ARE KILLED NEAR JAX CAUGHT

redoubtable Teddy Roosevelt,

,: "' Published Weekly and entered as second who has cried because there is no more Six Members of Party Saved by Bridge -

ti class matter at the post-office at big game to conquer, has, apparently the Punta, Tender-Babe Floats to Safety. BRADFORD OUNTY BANK :
: come across a number of By ARTHUR PEACH.
Starke. Florida Gorda Herald and learned of some ter- -
'. .
f'-t ', rible denizens of the deep, supposedto JACKSONVILLE, Dec. 17.-Mrs, .. t
inhabit the waters near Punta Gor- Oscar E. Hartley of this city and her '
; E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and. Owner da. A certain monster there is called four-year old son are dead and other Merriman was seated at the front Established 1889

\.f H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor the devilfish, and this formidable name members of an automobile party are window of his club. The common v
was enough to tone up Teddy's sport-1 badly injured as the result of an accident spread out before him in its dim prom .
ing proclivities once more, and he has this afternoon. The car, driven Ise of spring did not brighten his:
t Men are like automobiles. Many an signified his intention to go to Punta by Mr. Hartley ran into the open drawat thoughts. He was weary of the city; -
old model is still attaining high speed Gorda next spring to wage war on the Amelia River and tumbled twenty and all It suggested. Then came the<
\.f while the new twelve-cylinder boys feet to the water.

1 are shop.periodically Jacksonville going Metropolis.into the repair monster.With a seaworthy accommodate vessel of great the pinned Mrs.under Hartley the and car.her Six little other son mem-were thought Far up that in made the him northern sit up.part of Capital and Surplus, and I

; breadth of beam, to
"
j Maine he had a camp which was the +
floated and
Editor Jordan for bers of the party were
; f. This is the last issue of the Telegraph stout guide and colonel lecturer, and, the seeker of sport rescued by the bridge tender and his pride of his heart For the last three Undivided Profits lf

!l... before the holidays and we wish ought to have a good time He may not assistants. A four-months-old baby seasons it had been broken into by $40,000 ,
I all of our readers a merry Christmas. catch any devilfish of a size worthy of floated with the current for four hun thieves in spite of the man he had r,

t We hope that that peace-destroyer, him, or any at all for that matter, but dred yards and was picked up alive and hired to look after It Much valuable Y <
whiskey, will be less in evidence than the information on piscatorial curiosities unharmed.The stuff had been stolen, and the preceding .
i E: during former Christmases. If it were that Mr. Jordan will generously body of Mrs. Hartley was found fall he had told his old guide, Ac- Deposits, one-quarter; of a
altogether banished there would be worth acquir- under the car but the little boy's body :
supply him with, will be ton, that if he did not stop the thieving .
: I nothing but peace and good will. ing. Dry land nature faking is dan- has not yet been recovered. Other he would lose his Job. But Menimai ':

: __-_ gerous to present to the colonel, for he members of the party were Newborne was half suspicious. million
i, animals but Hart, Urich Hatchcock, wife and
land ,
all about .
Some South Florida papers, in their knows about marine animals he knows no daughter. The injured members of the So he decided to make a flying trip

eagerness to attract tourists, advertise than to be a good listener. party were brought here tonight for to the camp.
their localities as sportmen's paradises. more treatment.A He made his preparations and

Then when they see the sports- cleaned up his business affairs in a We 4

&. j men ( ?) carry away automobile loads RELIGION AND MILITARISM. VALUABLE HANDKERCHIEF.Mrs. day. At the close of the next, he pay per cent., compounded -
a f ; of game, they begin to fear that the reached the lake.
r- wild l life will soon be exhausted and C. A. Futch, who is a memberof
i out against the killing of birds Preachers in Atlanta and elsewhere; the Starke Episcopal church, in When he reached camp, the first quartely onsavings

cry and deer. Until we get laws that will are greatly incensed against General casting about for means to help the signs he saw were tracks of small ,
; prohibit the killing of game altogether Funston for denying a noted divine the finances of the church, wrote to Mrs. shoes from the door of the camp to .

.. j f let us at least not invite pot hunters privilege of holding revival services Woodrow Wilson, who is also an Episcopalian the dock.
!.t I from abroad to entirely destroy our among the soldiers on the Mexican stating the needs of the :Merriman groaned as he thought of accounts
,' much depleted stock of game. border. They style him "an ignorant church and asked Mrs. Wilson to end what would confront him when he
Htl martinet" A martinet he probablyis her some article, made by her own opened the door-everything In disor-
I- but he is not ignorant, and that very hands, that could be sold at the coming der and almost everything that was
i': t 1 The boring for mineral oil that it fact was the reason for refusing the church bazaar. Mrs. Wilson generously Byes
valuable at all missing. Safety Deposit for
now going on in several places in Florr preacher's request. responded by sending a handkerchief :
: Just what he .
expected Things were
r r ida begins to be rewarded, as a 1000- I General Funston is a high officer in beautifully embroidered by her
.x; t foot well in Wakulla county has yield. i the army. His business is to have soldiers own hands. This handkerchief{ will be even more upset than they were the

ed this much treasured substance, as ready to go to war, not to spreadthe sold at the bazaar, the time for hold- last time. rent at I II
well as gas. As skilled experts as Gospel. The Gospel and militar- ing of which will be announced later. Angry and disgusted, he threw off reasonable'price'in
+ those who tried for oil in Wakulla have ism are different things and inimicalto Mrs. Woodrow Wilson is a very busy his coat and hat and began an attempt ,
pronounced certain localities in the each other. "An humble and a con- woman, and her kind action is very to bring some kind of order out
I East Coast as promising and are boring trite heart" has no place in the army. much appreciated by the Episcopal of the chaos. fire-proof vault. i
I ,1 I for oil there. At a depth of a The soldier's training aims to make congregation here. On account of the Suddenly a shadow filled the room. t

thousand feet, or more, the geological him chesty and overbearing, hardhearted exalted position of the donor, as well He turned.In .
t formation is probably the same all over and insensible to suffering. A as the beauty of the workmanship, the the doorway stood a girl, straightas r
}I the state, and Florida is likely to kind-hearted, sensitive man would find handkerchief will, no doubt, bring a
soon include oil and gas among her it hard to kill, to burn, to lay waste, to good price at the sale. a reed and graceful as a fawn on WE SOLICIT YOUR I USINESS :
( of His went to
the
flight.
[ mineral resources. The state will soon forage (foraging is only another name verge eyes .
{ be overrun by oil prospectors, and for robbery) The late Senator In- 4++++ 11111111111111 I I I ...++ her face and he saw-he was looking r
r whether they find what they seek or galls once said that "the decaloguehas + + Into the blue end of an automatic revolver w ,.
I not, the money they will spend in their no place in politics," and he might "Put on your coat and come : T .
probings will reach us all and be much have added, "or in the army" Only + CHURCHES.BAPTISTRev. 4 with me. I guess we've got you now" f

appreciated. obedience to the first commandmentis + + The girl evidently regarded him as a

t. insissted .on in the army but by W. G: Law. + thief but who she was he had not the

r THE PEACE PROPOSAL. "gods" is meant the officers. Whereall + Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. + slightest idea.Suddenly Bradford Co. iBank i :.

the men are dressed alike, eat the + Morning service, 11:00; Sun- + it occurred to him that

I same fare, discharge thre same duties + day 7:30 P. M. Visitors cor- + here was a chance for adventure-an r
I The Central allies have made overtures keep the same hours, have the
+ dially invited to attend. adventure with fair goddess of rt
a young
allies
.
toward peace to the Entente same topics of conversation, they soon
and have asked certain neutral begin to think alike and obey the same + 4 the north woods. He would follow the j STARKE FL4.r .
'F i* nations, the United States in particular impulses. A revival would, therefo" + CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman v + lure, no matter where It led him. [

; to confer with the Ententes in the probably sweep through the files like + minister. Preaching the first + i Her eyes were clear and bright and t

ly, matter and help the cause along. The wildfire. They would first be attracted + and third Sundays in each + steady, albeit her face was pale. ,

I conditions are remarkably liberal. by the novelty, then they would become + month. Forenoon sermon at 11 4 "Now put your hands over your head : r
: They are, that things will remain just converted. + and evening sermon at 7:30. + and come out!" she ordered.
'a I. ) as they were before the war began, What would happen next? Peti- + Church board meeting the first + :Merriman did as she directed. .. '

except that Poland shall be made an tions to the officers for prayer meet- + Sunday in each month. Loyal + "Now go down to the dock. Get into
independent kingdom and that a small ings instead of parades. Religious .
that Take the bow-with
part of Russian territory shall be joined converts are not infrequently puffedup P Daughters meet every Friday + canoe. your
F + afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ladies + back toward me!" she commanded.He .
Y to it, also a slight change in the with self-righteousness, and privates Christmas Novelties
'4 boundary lines of one or two of the would try to convert the officers.A + Aid Society meets the first Fri4 followed her direction Implicitly.The .
: !' Balkan states. What Germany asks is fat major would be exhorted to giveup + .day in each month at 3:30 p. ml' + canoe left the shore and under

,z very reasonable and is prompted by a "the world, the flesh and the devil," + Sunday school every Sundayat + the impulse of a pair of vigorous young

desire to have buffer states between a puffing colonel would be advised to + 10 a. m. Everybody welcomeat + arms began to pick up speed."I For "
herself and Russia. give up the "spirit" and stick to "the + these services.EPISCOPALDr. + wonder where I'm headed for your Christmas Novelties co4e to this store.

e On its face the peace proposal looks word and the water," the hustling first + now" thought Merriman. "I wonder If A line
I so good that the Ententes should embrace sergeant would be admonished not to + M. M. + they have lady sheriffs up here this you can select from will be on display,
; j it at once. The only sufferer use profane language. The horse artillerists Fryer I early."
I 4' priest in charge. Sunday schoolat + :. and you are invited to inspect :them. I
would be Russia, but she has territory and mule skinners, having He looked back at her once and sawa carry
I to spare and" is pretty well used to quit swearing, would be unable to + 10 a. m. Morning prayer + vision of a full-throated, rosy girl, ; I

have to give up things. But the ententes move the cannons and commissary + and sermon 11: o'clock. Even- + arms round yet muscular, driving the I STATIONERY SCHOOL TABLETS INKS PEN-
S the should be would I
I claim that if war wagons. Discipline be destroyed + ,
and
+
ing 7:00
sermon,
prayer paddle like the auto-
an Indian expert
stopped now, on these conditions, all and without discipline the army
; the terrible sacrifices would have been would be worthless. + o'clock. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday + matic within easy grasp In the pocketof CILS, PASTE, MUCILAGE, CRAYONS, BICYCLE 'J t

made in'vain. England contends that Excuses for religious services are + 7 p. m. Come and wor4 her JacketA

she went into the war for Belgium'ssake the regimental chaplain's occasional + ship with us.METHODISTRev.. mile or so down the river she SUPPLIES, AUTOMOBILE TIRES, AND ACCESIi

and Germany offers no restitu- discourses and daily company proy- + + turned the canoe,and paddling it backward

tion to the Belgians. No, the Ententessay ers. But the chaplain's talks are cut + John A. + to the shore Jumped out and or. SORIES, BASEBALLS, TENNIS .BALLS, SHOE
they will fight till one or the other and dried,, critically censored and dered him to do likewise. "

side wins. England is preparing to guaranteed to strengthen discipline, + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat + A path ran from the bank back, POLISHES LEATHER PURSES. iiW.I1.MINFR
put another million men in the field and the soldiers' prayers are mockeries. + 9:45 A. M. Morning ser- .+ and not far away Merriman could see ,

and for another war loan of half a Once a German colonel noted + vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening + the faint outlines of a shack. I I
billion dollars. that the soldiers ended their prayers
+ service, 7:30 o'clock i
At her orders he proceeded toward
It was not to be expected that the at unequal time. His martinet spiritwas
+ + the shack, and as they drew nearer }I
Ententes should swallow the hook at wounded seeing first one, then another -
; once. The fact is that they do not soldier straighten up his bowed + PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. + she whistled shrilly and called: "Fa
i Y know "where they are at." The Germans head. "This will never do:" he 6x- + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday + ther! I have him!" Starke I. Florida'

have proven themselves very claimed. "When you are commandedto + school at 9:45 A. M. Preaching 4" Then Merriman received his second 1l

"cute" diplomatists as well as good pray, count to thirty-three, then services at regular hours. + distinct shock of that eventful after

and resourceful fighters. The Ententes straighten up." While this happened I + Morning service at 11 A. M. + noon. In the doorway of the shack appeared -
trying to find out if Germanyis in Germany, discipline and exactness ; I
are i + Evening service, 7. Visitors + the wasted, bent figure of his
really in earnest, in the first place, are insisted upon here as well as. !old guide.
.. then if the reason for the proposal is there. After taps in the evening the I + cordially invited to worship + "Girl, girl, what have you done ,
that Germany is on her last legs or if soldier's time is his own, and he can + with us. + u
This Is Mr. Merriman!
she wishes to remove the onus of the pray if he wants to,if he does not pray +..++ I1111I I II IIII t .+4'+. }
I, continuation of the war from herself aloud. But if a soldier is ever pro- She moved slowly forward, her face Yuletide

of and saddle it on the Ententes, and so moted, be he a private or an officer it grown pale, her eyes wide open. Then, Greetings
'l on, and meanwhile they will put up a is never on account of prominent CURIOUS BITS as Merriman turned from greeting his
bluff. If it is found that Germany's Christian characteristics.A stricken guide and held out his handto

,_ resources are nearly exhausted, they OF HISTORYCAPE her, she drew back hastily and her With a full appreciation of the Christmas spirit, which
will prolong the war till she is beat- hands went to her face to hide her dis
,. j PLAGUE OF COWS. makes all humanity kin, .
tress. ,
GOOD HOPE DISCOVERED
: ] en.It is safe to gay that the Ententes "It's all right," he assured her "I'm
;L! + : as well a's the Centrals have had .1 Wednesday was a miserable day, BY MISTAKE.By glad to find my camp was so well To old friends, ;

1 !;1'' enough of the war. Tae former are rainy and cold. The cattle in the guarded. I ought to apologize to you To new friends
A. W. MArv ,
hurt much worse than they will acknowledge
woods around Starke
; into
came town
but I
for
deceiving was tremendously -
you
:: V.1I ; and if England weakens by droves, trying every yard gate for For many centuries the need astonished when To friends we hope to h ve,
,, ,,..,: tlr t E herself much more, she will lay herself entrance that they might devour valuable of a water rouse from Europeto you ap-
I ., I liable to have her territories attacked -I flowers and shrubbery. Especially India war keenly felt. Portuguese peared. I The officers of this Bank of service for all and to all
while he and his old
Later guide
I t: by a certain ambitious nation were they troublesome on Call and navigators were especially extend friendly greetings for Christmas and
in the Pacific who is waiting for were smoking before the cheerful fire- a merry
a
r I.. J1 Walnut streets, where the brick for active in search of one, best wishes for the New Year. #
chance to enrich herself. After two paving the streets some time in the and In 1487, five yebefore place, and his fair captor was cookingthe
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: L' and a half years of fighting there is distant future were piled up. 'hey Columbus set out or his voyageof supper Merriman heard the solution If you are not doing business with us we want you ;
a no sin$: of that one side is any stronger entered the sidewalks of the mystery.She c
; 'f": through the oc- discovery, Bartholomew to. We want to see your face in our bank often during
,f: than the other, except that Germany casional gaps in the brick barriers and was Acton's daughter. She had
Diaz rounded Cape Good Hope, the coming year and if you are in neetf of a business {
;; 0.s; I whose resources according to could hardly be driven off, as the pips grown up in a village on the coast and
:t the southern of friend be that friend.
h.I..; her adversaries' calculations should far between. extremity we want to <
are For women who had recently had studied to become a
""! now be exhausted, has of late shown to be outside then, there was nothing Africa. He ;did not know it at nurse. When her father fell ill she Come in to see us, whether it is toiraruact business .
j herself stronger than ever before. to do but turn back the time, being too far out at
on meeting a drove had come back to the camp to take that profits us or just for one of the nymy little accommodations -
p While President Wilson will probably sea. When tfca craw discovered
of cattle, and the ladies
Ii lucky if
were care of him. She had found that his that a well organized bankjoff ords, it matters
not act in direct on the invitation the side
: a way their return was not barred by another they were on wrong
t 1 extended to him, he will not neglect .. drove. .of the mainland ttity became anxiety for the safety of the camp not. We are always glad to have our friends call a

,4- to insert a wedge in every crevice. panic-stricken, and Insisted on weighed heavily on his mind and she and we are always glad to be of service to them in t-

1r' that offers and as soon as the proper SEABOARD AIR LINE EARNINGS returning at once. They carried had volunteered to go up each day and whatever way we may be.

I1. time arrives strike them with heavy INCREASING. their point, eeea caught see that everything was all right.
blows. He has often been requested by One still puzzled Merriman
; sight of the e-fie. Thus It came thing
the neutral powers to work for peace, that Diaz discovert fee Cape and he asked the girl why the place
: i but has been powerless to do so. Now The Seaboard Air Line Railway'sstatement I
of Good was so upsetShe Bank SIiIrke
wftUe
I Hope tailing of
1! he has a foundation for work in this of earnings for October, hesitated and blushed she
homeward. If he had bad a as
4A. : line, for the Central powers have given 1916, show gross 12,392,797, increaseas
bolder crew, and had kept on answered, "Well, when I first went
.; him the authority. I compared with the same month of
there It was-so-so-" E. S. $ TTHEWS Pm. TED H. H, LUGAN Cashier
1:; Before the peace proposal the \Var'' last year $318,702; net earnings after ailing eastward, he might r
I II t bid fair to last for three years longer. I operating expenses and taxes $683,054, have reached India and thus "I understand Merriman laughed. Y iI

p b. Whatever: happensthe t war will still operating expenses and taxes $683P54 solved the problem he had In It needed a good spring cleaning! II I

go on for sometime, but what a blessing increase $128,')64. hand. Ten ywrs later Vasoo da agree with you. Now I want both of ,
: ;,4 y it would be if even only one year. For the first five months of the cur- Gama,.another Portuguese navI- you to go with me to the camp. Jeb. I -t

;'. be cut off from its horrors. rent fiscal year, which began July 1, gator, also deufcleil. the ,cape. this has been your home for a good I- '

While Germany offers no restitution the gross earnings were $7,992,949, increase His crew vrae likewise cowardly many years, but I want you to leaveIt '
to Belgium, the fact that she wishes as compared with the PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY 1 FOR
corres-
# a and Mfctf 4i but he evidently ; youneed somebody to look out for t
: to fire independence to the Poles and ponding period of last year $935,165; was a nan of more fore rou. and I must I&J'I am In the lame
EWt other oppressed Russian subjects, .including 1 net earnings/after operating CHRISTMAS FLOWERS '
thousands ,of constantly ill- and taxes $1,913,609, increase expenses$202- than Glaz, far he quelled the Ox. Will you take charge.of us!" 'He }
mutiny and kept en sailing eastward turned to the girl
_
j with
treated Jews, would about make up I 299. J _
t F i for ,her ill-treatment of the Belgians.:' The increase in operating expenses until he reached the She laughed confusedly "Ai lone
{
:1 TjK390&agti is done and peace is so de- and4tues'for..edo p was $190,638, here* of India. u you are meek as you were today, MILLS THE FLORIST|

iMDfcr'tfaat:to' attain it -we must not. and for the four months' period $732- lH be willing to be 'reapoutble for 36 W. Fonyti St. Jot hoer, FU.

+ .! wont,too t108eZa : .',: .. .Manufacturers Record. Copjrrtrht.. fill by Joseph B. Bowl...) your behavior!"she said. .I|.Ia ,

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: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. i
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:Miss Jeannette Matthews, a member CHRISTJIAS EXERCISES AT THE NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. '
of the class at the Florida Qiiick
junior
STARKE Notice is hereby
HIGH SCHOOL. given that the regular an- 1
State College for Women, Tallahassee,
nual meeting of the stockholders of The
, rBIOf1 is at home for the holidays. Bank of Starke will be held in its banking -

Last Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. rooms ia Starke, Florida, on Monday, iReliefla
:Miss Susie Darby, member of the Hughes' music class, the primary and January 15, 1917 at 7:30 p. m., to elect a -Cold
Live Oak High School faculty, is at grammar grades of the Starke High board of directors for the
ensuing and the
home for the School held appropriate exercises for year usually found through prompt
"' r ll Information J" holidays. the: Christmas season. Many of the ransact them such other business as may tome before administration of a nuldlyJaxative,

patrons and those interested in the dispersive tonic one that trill scat-
Just pay your subscription-that will T. a
HALLIGAN, ter the Inflammation remove the
I III II c..MhtI On "__tc. UMu6 ..f be a sufficient Christmas remembrancefor school came to see the children take 12"22-2t Cashier. waste, and help Nature V build up
tliNJaM .... c.-v'..dh r.... the Telegraph.D. part in the exercises and to enjoy the resistance.Peruna. '
various trees that had
L'1 tL1 been prepared -
__ for the children. is That Tonic.Its
II Ritch Green, of Jacksonville, has The first, advanced first, fourth, LASSIFIEHV .
arrived in Starke, to spend the holidays fifth and sixth grades each, in their f action is prompt, usuiDy very

Joseph Bolt, of Brooklyn, was in II. M. Brinson, of Theressa, paid our with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. rooms, had a tree laden with pretty ADVERTISING U effective and its use Is without harm
town Tuesday. office a pleasant visit Tuesday.C. Arch Green.J. gifts for pupils and teachers of the ful effects. Every household should
school. Mr. Jenkins, the faithful janitor keep It at hand let this purpose,and

Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, was a visitor A. Knight, the hustling deputy W. Andrews, Sr., has been in St. was also remembered by a check WANTED-100 cases of We every catarrhs Bsfferer should reg-
clerk, had busines sin the Louis this week to buy the fourth eggs. ularly use this reliable remedy.
to Starke Tuesday. county me- carload from the teachers of'the school. Mrs.I pay cash. Brown & Son.
tropolis Wednesday. of mules and horses for this sea- Poppell, leacher of the second grade, 12-15-2t The tablet form will be found very
ion. See the advertisement of J. W. convenient. A tablet or too at the
A. Z. Adkins, Esq., was in Jackson- gave her class a treat consisting of
ville Tuesday on business. E. M. Johns, Esq., was in Gaines- Andrews & Son elsewhere in this is- cornucopias filled with confectionery, FOR SALE-Ford Car, roadster-A very beginning of a cold Trill fre-
ville Wednesday on business before sue. and Mrs. Stuck, teacher of the third bargain. J. T. Quigley. quently prevent :Its development,

.serge suits for men at Stern- Judge Wills. grade, will later give her pupils a and these with tablets btnefijM fnay be taken regularly

g Just suppose at least 100 of the Tel party. The first grade, taught by Miss MONEY We negotiate loans on im- result

Save money by buying at Sternberg's. egraph's subscribers should hurry up Olive Ray, carried out the following proved city property. radford
remittances to in time to in little County Abstract Co. Manrprefer
us come program: 12-22-2t. /
of Brooker, was in /
M. P. Matheny, theliquJdform
on Christmas day. Don't you think Song, "Asleep in a Manger"-Grade. I 1

Starke Monday. Miss Blanche Pattishall, of Geneva, that would be a very nice Christmas Joint Recitation, "Christmas Acros- FOR SALE-Sixteen town lots wblih BaUaceituryhsj( Iff nearly
lying
present? Try it and see if you can't t;ic"-Cecil Gaskins, Carlyle Ritch -
E. Roberts visited relatives at will spend the holidays with Mrs. Nelle together can be bought for about heeD the reliance
L. Hughes. see a smile on the paper next week. Truman Parker, Daisy Clark, Inez of the yjmfrlcaaHotae. '
Lawtey Tuesday.Mrs. half the actual value. Box 314 .
Tompkins, Kenneth Kite, Elzie Austin, {
The Andrews Mercantile Companyis Willie Burns, Carl Mott. Starke, Fla. 12-15-1t. Both tyre cooa..t. .
Mrs. Sarah Hamrick closed her kin-
Rufus Hodges is assisting in I Your flrwctf*can
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Recitation
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the place to get your furniture for "Old Santa Claus"-Vir-
dergarten for the holidays Tues- .
during the present rush. on 1 wpplyjrJa.PERUHXCO. -
the postoffice day. Christmas. ginia Weeks and Elise Jones. FOR SALE--Restaurant doing good

Dialogue "The Wiser Way"-Geo. business. Will bear close "Ii.
Messrs. A. V. Long and W. J. Epper Johns investigation. -
son have camped on Sandhill lake this Corks and syrup barrels at Mitchell's J. L. Matthews, the well known far- Song and, "Circle Nevin Round Fryer.Our Christmas Box 131, Starke, Fla. 10-13-tf. f 0

week hunting and fishing. Drug Store. mer, cotton buyer and merchant, of
Tree"-Grade.
Bland, Alachua county, was a busi- FOR SALE-Farm; 25,000 Strawberry Coli

Break your cold 'or lagrippe with a Prof. S. S. Dowling will spend the ness Matthews visitor to Starke last Friday. Mr. had For been two taught weeks at past their these manual little folks work plants; close in; cheap. Also I 5 0!

holidays at his home in Troy, Alabama. is very much impressed with second-hand doors and 7 windows.A. .
few doses of 666. the opportunity for stock raising afforded periods to make Christmas bells, balls L. ..
Bradley Starke.
birds lanterns 12152t.
Christmas cards and
by this section of the state. He
The Young Trading Company have festoons of stars with which to decorate -
intends to in this
shipped two carloads of cross-ties this Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham and son Business in engage the future more largely of ther beautiful cassinia tree. SEED PEANUTS.-I have the N. C. EDGAR EYES
as a means
week. spent Sunday in Raiford, visiting Mr.Graham's hedging against the boll weevil. These decorations and two presentsfor Flat Vine Seed Peanuts. They are Opt-oarv Tested
parents. each child were distributed after new crop and sound. Write today

Capt.: J. T. Hickey has bought a MEMORIAL SERVICES. the; program had been carried out, and for prices. H. T. Hall/Lowell, Fla. JACKSONVILLEFiABroken f

gasoline engine to use on his farm Coat suits at Sternberg's. the little folks departed with their 12-22-tf. Lcrxses Duplicated

southeast of Starke. hands full of trinkets and their hearts I Same Day as RieicvcdWtScxcUlizt
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, Pittand There will be a funeral service held full of joy. FOR SALE-Camphor trees. Under on Flail I fr tvs-Wt \ ftatt&t

When you want good flour come to Laurie Tomlinson and John Pow- at Emanuel Methodist church on the Just before the distribution of presents 20 inches high, 20 cents each; 21 to k. 140 W FOB3YTMST.J .

-the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Com- ell motored to Jacksonville Wednes- fifth Sunday in December, the 31st off their tree, the advanced first 28 inches, 30 cents; 29 to 35 inches, --

1 day. of the month, at eleven o'clock, conducted grade, taught by Miss Mildred Crosby 40 cents. W. B. Kuhl, Starke. 'U"8UlS;' ,.l ;
: UOnO uua10::
,'pany. by Rev. J. M. Futch, in memoryof gave the following program: 1282t. bought at this offi&.
I Mr. M. A. Sweat, late deceased, of Cradle Song-Grade.

Joe Hill Williams Esq., had professional Christmas dance at the Armory Elarbee, buried at the cemetery near Recitation, "A Letter to Santa -- .- -. _".. ,--
business in the metropolis Monday night at eight-thirty. the; church. All are cordially invitedto Claus"-Ida Campbell. I .
Tuesday. attend. Song of the Stockings-Grade.

Admission 50 cents.Mr. Recitation, "How Santa Claus Came"
Miss Lois Kelley, of New River, is STARKE WINS BASKET BALL -George Kite. ? ::1

visiting her aunt, Mrs. Madison Mur- and Mrs. Walter Turner and GAME. Song, "Christmas Joy"-Boys of the THE CHRISTMAS GIFT SALEat
ihee. Grade.
daughter, :Miss Neva, left last Wednes-
to the with rElatives Song-Girls of the Grade.
spend
day holidays
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Mrs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami, arrived in Macclenny.All Last Saturday afternoon, the girlsof Recitation, "My Christmas Stock-
Monday to spend the holidays with the Starke High School and the ing"-Wesley Bryan. the I
L. Peek. Green Cove girls played an exciting Christmas
her parents, Col. and Mrs. C. ReCitation-Hazel Johns.
kinds of staple goods!: and chil game of basket ball in Green Cove. Christmas Tree.

Full line of boys' pants just arrivedat dren's coats at the Andrews Mercantile Green Cove's line-up was the following The second grade had the following Cash Store
Department
Sternberg's.A Company.Miss l girls: Sally Williams, center; exercises: f fl
Merle Strode and Doris Middleton
Recitation, "Santa Claus Comes in i
Eunice Robinson will arrive tomorrow forwards; Ruth Dyson and'Winifred tie Night"-Lester Austin. I l
little son was born to Mr. and to spend the Christmas holi Hendrick, guards. Recitation ON
"Christmas
in Norway"
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Mrs. Joe Edwards last Sunday even days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Starke's line-up were Emma Powell, -Aubrey Gaskins. IS STILL GOING ;

ing. P. Robinson. center; Anna Canova and Hazel Brown Song, "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas"-
forwards; Florence Matthews and El- Grade. _!
Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent la May Long, guards Cleo Mitchell
Trespass cards for saleat this office. ; Recitation, "The Seasons"KateChase.
Sunday in Lake Butler, visiting Mr. and Aileen Alvarez, substitutes. .

: Adkins' mother and brother. Miss Maggie Hamrick, who is teaching Our team was accompanied by Prof.S. After which Mrs. Poppell distributed Christmas Gifts of Every escrip--

in Douglass, Ga., arrived Thurs S. Dowling, Misses Sunolia Vaughn a' treat to,the entire grade

1 Christmas dance at the Armory day to spend the holidays with her Kathleen Alvarez, Messrs. Drayton The sixth grade, taught by Miss tion. New Goods
Colley, Harold Wall, Raynor Lehr, J. Frances Arriving Daily
,; mother, Mrs. Sarah Hamrick. Clark, rendered the following
_ Monday night at eight-thirty. W. Andrews, Jr., and Dryden Thrower.At short program: Christmas recitations Y.l

: Admission 50 cents. Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and brother, the close of the game the score by Misses Ethel Griffin, Hazel Warren, .l
stood follows Green Cove 12 and
as : and Jessie Mae Baisden, after which
Mr. Wells, Pitt, and Laurie Tomlinson,
Mrs. Sarah Hamrick and :Mrs. NelleHughes Starke 15. they enjoyed their beautiful tree.
CASH DEPARTMENT STORE
;, The trade in Starke has been verylively Mrs. Hughes' music class renderedthe
motored over to Melrose: last
late from far
of buyers coming
A NOVEL SIIII MENT. following beautiful program:
! and merchants have the Sunday.
' near. Our
Piano Duet, "Witches FlightMisses -
foods they want. Starke ;-: I Florida F
Cleo Mitchell and Lucile Tatum.
."y Fish and Cedar Key oysters fresh Among: the express shipments from

.Why not send your distant friend daily at Handy Brymer's. 10-13-tf. Starke Tuesday was a crate of mistle Woods"-Ruby Piano Solo, "The Davis.Swing in the J
-i toe sent by Joe Griffis to a Pittsburg {i
; a year's subscription to the Telegraph
Piano Duet, "No Surrender March"Misses IL--
commission firm, the first of the kind
Col. D. E. Knight spent several daysin
1 ?*To who lived
:l anyone formerly Ethel Griffin and Elizabeth
from here on record. The mistletoeon
Alachua on business last ---
i. here it is doubtful if a more welcome county Brownlee. r.
its native heath is
week, having visited Gainesville, Mi- a lowly plant, 1
'
Solo
f.rift! could be made. Violin "College Airs Medley"
; than life
worse useless sucking the
Archer and other towns while
I Away.canopy juice from the trees on which it grows, -Miss Doris Law. HOME % ti
PATRONIZE YOUR
Piano Fob! "Dolly's Delight"Frances
J.M. Rising was in Starke Saturday. but its promotion-when it happensto pERYOur t

Mr.. and Mrs. Rising are now in Jacksonville be promoted-surpases anything Colley.
'l :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Poppell and children Piano Duet
"Second Waltz"-Miss-
( but will probably soon come known in the promotion line. Wonder
q 'to Starke to spend the winter. tomorrow, Ruth to, Isla spend and the Joseph holidays, will leave with if Joe' Griffis, while he was in Wolf es Florence Andrews and Mary Cano- line of Bread and Cakes are equal to any bakery Florid We ,

r'. ; Mrs. Poppell's relatives near Fort t bay and "skun" the mistletoe from the va.Piano Trio, "Plantation Melodies"- make the genuine Butternut Bread. Each loaf wrapped separately.! You
; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville blackgum limbs, pictured in his mind
Pierce.
- motored down to Starke t the role the plants were to play after Misses Ruby Poppell, Dorothy Edwards can always buy fresh bread at the Bakery Shop. Our loaves are. the

, Friday and while here were visitors at We have got a couple of nice well 1 their arrival in Pittsburg? Reading and"The Kate Little Young.l\Iartyrs"-Miss I I same weight-when you buy a loaf of our bread you get a full-size'loaf, :
the home of'Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. Did his mental vision present picture -
a :4H
built mule "lt will sell for 225. Clark. several from Your
Frances had
c ? we of gorgeously furnished rooms, I S not one that has ounces cut its contents money

I Ladies Sweaters at Sternberg's.KBev. The A. D. A drew? Mercantile' C<>. filled with richly dressed men and Lamaroor"Piano Trio Ethel, "Sextet Griffin from Lucia Vivirette de stays at home when you buy from us-it helps give employment: to home :4I
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women? Did he see charming maidens 5
.' :' ,. Mr. N. T. Ritch, Mrs. R. J. Floyd, steal glances aloft and then place Floyd, and. Margaret Livingston. people. Think of this-OUR BAKERY IS A HOME $ONCERN. j
?
; J. A. Hendry and left
family
Piano Duet, Maude Williams and
Misses Nannie Howell and Vivirette
a' I[ Jut week to spend the holidays in Floyd went to Jacksonville last week, the themselves sprigs of"by mistletoe accident"? Did just he under sea Jessie Mae Baisden. Let us bake your Christmas Fruit Cake fc: you. A full
Liesburg after which will to
they go and while there Mr. Ritch purchased Piano Solo, "Rose Waltz"-Ruth of Cakes of all kinds Pies Fruit Candies Bread. '
I Palmetto, their future home. young men in claw-hammer coats and line uts, 4.BRYAN'S .
'I handsome seven passenger Cadillaccar diamond studs discover the maidens, Poppell. .
1917 model. their their Piano Solo, "Valse Caprice" Miss I
put arms around waists and
'
, Mrs. Whitehead, of Lawtey, returned Cleo Mitchell.
-but the Telegraph is not running a BAKERY
home Saturday afternoon after a Song, "Games of Childhood"KateYoung
+ The Seaboard have been movie show
company and we will no more.
vUt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex say 1
Edwards Jessie
unloading more 85-pound rails near Dorothy Mae STARKE :-: FLORIDA
the and them will Baisden, Frances Colley, Mar aret t
depot, laying begin
.
DRAINAGE PROVES EFFECTIVE. I
Livingston, Elizabeth Brownlee, Ethel
later on. The rails of this weight now
'I1JB.UY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves extend from Jacksonville to just be Griffin, Mary Canova, Ruby Davis .
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|eamatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. yond Alligator viaduct. Lizzie Mae Tompkins, Florence An r -
'4 During this week, when the rainfall drews, Isla Poppell.
,1'- has been heavier than at any other Piano Duet "Gracius" Bohm- 1
Jr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews will ( r
go Farmers, when have produce to
you time time since the canals and ditches
' I tomorrow Madison the holIMays Miss Kathleen Alvarez and Mrs I
to to
spend -
_. with Mrs. Crews' sister Mrs. sell see us. Cash paid for potatoes, in the East Starke Drainage Districtwere IIu hes. : CHRISTMAS DINNER. t

J James Kelley. eggs, cabbage, pecans, etc. After Dec. completed, the taxpayers haveno Piano Trio-Misses Lorena Alvarez, I I 1
1st. Brown & Son. 12-15-2t doubt come to the conclusion that Anna Canova and Florence Matthews

k I. Miss Delle Stroman, who is teachingIii the drainage was a wise move. WhileIthe Piano Solo, "The Flatterer" (Char- ORDER !
I' YOUR
precipitation until Thursday morn CHRISTMAS DINNER A ROWS
minade Miss Anna
the Starke High School, has gone The company of boy scouts of )- Canova.
- |te her home in Tallahassee to spend Starke now numbers 24. The boys inches could the hardly have canal reached two Piano Duet, "The Retreat"-Misses I AND'S CAFE. A BIG DINNER FOR 35c. 1xx i
Alligator
was a rapidriv'er
Florence Matthews and Cleo Mitchell. iI
I tit holidays.j will soon have their quarters, upstairsin more than bank-full, discharging I I i
the city hall, in good shape. They: .
in its lower reaches about 1500
('Men's shirts in latest patterns at have a library, a basket ball outfit, gallons of water second. Be REVIVAL AT CORI TH. I .t----' 1
and will also have every t.
I Sternberg's. boxing gloves a
sides the Alligator estuary, into which I'

T i i i SW S iBS B B B S S S target range for indo6r practice.. many canals and ditches debouch, A revival meeting will begin at Corinth >?x>oo t Mrs B. W. Hodges, of Tampa, is in there are the Wateroak and Prevatt Baptist church Sunday night, December -
.. .!bike visiting relatives. She will reJaaia Mr. Charles Larson will arrive in canals, discharging in their lower 24th, and will continue through
until after the holidays and will Starke tomorrow to spend the Christ reaches about 400 gallons per second the week. Rev. W. G. Law, of Starke. '

jli*Joined by Mr. Hodges before ChrisPrivate t- mas season, Mrs. Larson having come i each when bankfull.As will preach Monday A. M. at 11 o'clock JOB PRINTING

a week earlier. Mr. Larson has recently the age of the waterways increases

moved his family from Jacksonville their effectiveness will also be BAZAAR LAST FRIDAY. i.isI
N. D. Wainwright, Jr., our to Watertown. He is the efficient increased, by deepening and widening i.t'
r Stake boy who belongs to the United electrical engineer for the East through scour; and on account of the .
{ Slaty marines, will spend his Christin Coast Lumber Co.., of that place. lateral feeders which form and extend The ladies of the Baptist church held I
; Santo. Domingo; themselves farther away from the wa a very successful bazaar last Friday II I
K\ terways. afternoon and evening. They had on I
; The Sunday schools of our town are sale a large number of dainty hand- \
!e are glad to the tak-
see farmers all 'planning to give their pupils a.. Cannot' made articles, home-made candy, etc., Neatly and Artistically j jt
Italy interest Catarrh
_ a in fixing up the'Thera pleasant time Christmas. The Baptist i. Be Cured and at five o'clock a choice supper was
is nothing which so will have a tree Friday evening; with LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as they served.
'; i improves the appearance of the the Methodist a tree Saturday eves cannot reach the seat of the disease. The handsome sum of $142 was real- Done-Give UsV Trial! \ I'i
Catarrh la local disease,
a greatly in .

A r&nd makes it desirable as nice ing; the Presbyterians a.tree Sunday fluenced by constitutional conditions ized from this sale. i. I .

adorned with comforlableprtenthig evening; the Christians Monday evening and la order to cure It you must & t
and the Episcopal school will take en Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrb .
thrift and give
air of
: an
Cure is taken Internally and NOTICE OF .STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING .
i ffi their members a Christmas entertainment acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces ,
, ILKYiLUMBER} & SUPPLY CO. sometime during the holidays. of the system. Hall's Catarrh Notice U hereby given that the regular annual
Cure was prescribed by one of the best meeting of the stockholder of The '
Hippy.Home Buide$.*' ;., physicians in this country for years. It ; fl
,
) Bradford County Bank will U held in its bank- t "
\lr-- Mr. Farmer:-Have you ever Is composed of some of the best tonics !
thought how much good coat of known combined with some of the for rooms in SUrke Florida, on TuesdaY: ,
* & i pteeeher, standing 1J1derGag a best blood purifiers. The Srabforb QJoiwtjj!! !
perfect combination J
4nenean ,harangued micro- PAINT would improve the looks of of the ingredients In Ball's January t, 1917, at 7:30 p. m., to elect a welrgrlipl// i
of' .
director for the ensuing and
Catarrh Cure is what such board :year
home and add to the value of produces
in Sat- your
audroH Starke last your
: wonderful results in catarrhal condition transact inch other business as may come be
Y *.1'MeoUed.iou. did.not amount property, and the cost isn't, much? .. Send for testimonials, free. fore them. 4'

.' '> for buying a-much needed. Let us figure it for yotf no eha Ige.F..AH J. CHENEY Druggists.&75c.: CO.. Props, Toledo, O. J. H..RITCH.. JR. 1 _' I Ia
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. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 12-22-2L Cashier' .
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fl- -,,- danger before Gladys even thought cl TEUTONS HAVE INVENTED A MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE Clay-J. Sater Smith of Green Cove -.

I the intimacy that seemed suddenly to SUPERIOR "TANK" MACHINEGerman OF 1917.TALLAHASSEE Springs.ColumbiaW.. RUB OUT
J. Roebuck of Lake PAIN !
have been restored between them. -

". r And on the fourth day Mr. Parsons Machines are Superior And Dec. 12.-Follow- City Dade-John, and A. G.W.Withee Watson of of Watertown.Miami. with! good oO KnunenL TLal :

Practical came home. The telegram had followed Reported to be Doing Wonders. ing is a list of the members of the DeSoto-W. C. Langford ef Arcadia the stu-- t way to top .L ;
him from city to city finally The 1
Florida legislature of 1917, as shown Du\"al-Telfail"Stockton and Marion > st rubbini' 3
catching him in Pennsylvania.He by the official canvass of the vote of
BERLIN, Dec. 20.-German armor- B. Jennings, both of Jacksonville.
brought with him a chauffeur, a ed automobiles, evolved soon after the the general election of November 7, Escambia-James M. Johnston oi \

; Joke young spectacled man whom he at advent of the British "tanks" on the including hold-over senators: Pensacola, and M. 0. Baggett of Mc- MSTAH
once installed in the house. And hur Somme front worked wonders in the Slorida Senate, 1911. Da\ d. :
rying to his wife's bedside, he found campaign in Roumania and are cred- District 1-W. A. McLeod of Milton,
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore of Apalachicola -
: her already convalescent ited with being a vast improvementin Santa Rosa.
efficiency over the British machines.The District 2-John B. Jones of Pen-
: Two days passed; then Haynes an LIIIMEN';
By HAROLD CARTER Gadsden-S. H. Strum of Greens-
cars have a speed of 25 miles an sacola, Escambia.
1 nounced that the crisis was well past Alex McPherson of Quincy.
boro and
hour, as compared with the snaillike .x
District 3-J. L. Moore of De Fun-
and that his further attendance would
D- (pace of the entente cars. None of the Hamilton-W. M. Webb of Jasper, ;.i
> I (Copyright 1918. by W. G.Chapman.?" not be necessary. The banker was j I German automobiles used in Roumania iak Springs, Walton and Holmes. and C. A. Stephens of Jasper. GydfortkAjfagft oJ *
District 4-R. A. Willis of Greenwood Hones
: Before Doctor Haynes had been six then at his wife bedside; Gladyswas i has as yet been disabled or destroyedby Hernando-M. L. Dawson of Brooks- Mules,, Cattle/Eli _
Jackson.
out of the room, and as Haynes opponents. The bullets of machine
t weeks in Bishopsville everybody was District 5H. L. Oliver of Apalach- ville. (ic">J fo,your'pmrt 4 c1a.
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started to leave the banker motionedto j guns have not dented the shells of the H. Wilder of D ,
i I' agreed that there had been some Hillsborough-George > r' I If
mystery machines. Military icola, Franklin, Liberty and Wakulla. -ma
him to be seated. experts are now "
t In his life. small Plant City and Dr. A. C. Hamlin of
Tongues In
wag to see rival tanks in operationon Cuu Bums c25c.5Dc.il. / j
eager *
"We can't let you go from us like ;}
Tampa.
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C communities. Doctor Haynes lived the west front where some spectacular District & -J. L. Sheppard of
this, he said. "Won't you make us Holmes-C. R. Mathis of Bonifay. Ata1
I j the life of a recluse; and even the battles may be expected.The Gretna, Gadsden. --i
: f country people could see that his an explanation: German tank is 25 feet in length District 7-Oscar M. Eaton of Jackson-Amos E. Lewis of Marian- ..... -,
i knowledge was that of a practiced "Of what" asked Haynes quietly. with wheels one foot wide and encas- Lakeland, Polk.'District na, and Dr. E. Harris of Graceville.
"Of friendship for us, and its in Jefferson-B. J. Hamrick of Monti-
J city operator. your ed solid rubber. They carry a crew S-A. S. Wells of Tallahassee -
sudden cessation." of ten men and are equipped with 100- cello, and D. H. Mays, Jr., of Ash-
There the of Leon.
Parsons ,
was case Mary I
horsepower motors. The top of the ville.
"I have said
nothing to explain.
i : the banker's younger child. She District 9-John X. King of Inverness -
Haynes, to retain his self- turrets are so arranged that they can Lafayette :McQueen Chaires of Old
I striving -
a I was taken ill with appendicitis on a I be removed for observation purposes.In Citrus, Hernando and Pasco. Town.
t Sunday morning, in the small hours, possession. I times of battle periscopes are used District 10-Charles E. Davis of
to ',: and the nearest hospital was fifteen "Then I will explain the banker i!!to \'iethe landscape or watch opposing Tampa, Hillsborough and Pinellas. Lake-J. A. Hanson of Leesburg, andL.

miles away. The case was acute, a answered, and at that moment his i military forces. 'District 12-J. M. Gornto of Mayo, D. Edge, of Groveland. ",
i daughter entered. "Gladys, please sit I Some Remarkable Exploits Lee-Francis W. Perry of Fort ;
I !i journey In the car to the railroad station Taylor and Lafayette. ESPECIALLY, .
meant almost certainly death. down," he continued. "What I am goIng On patrol duty the German tank has I District 13-Dr. W. L. Hughlet of Myers.

a: Doctor Haynes operated in the bedroom to say is painful-but It is neces- :shown itself more proficient than cavalry I Cocoa, Dade Broward, Palm Beach Leon-A. H. Williams of Tallahassee ADAPTED

;I by the light of an oil lamp, and I sary. Doctor Haynes, I may say that, as it frequently can inflict more 3revard, and St. Lucie. and John A. Scruggs of Lloyds. ; FOR YOUR STATES

: : a week later Mary was sitting up in I having seen your university certifl damage han a whole squadron. On one District 14-M. L. Plympton of Levy-W. J. Epperson of Bronson. '
cate in office I followed that clue occasion one of the cars encountered a Liberty-R. H. Weaver of Bristol.
,: bed playing with her dolls. :. your regiment of Roumanian infantry and lake City, Columbia. I
'1 wonder what' the is fa. and discovered certain facts." District 15-A. D. Andrews of Rai- Madison V. E. Blanton and W. T.
'j i mystery killed 300 in 60 seconds of firing. Fif- FREE
Kent both of Lees.
f there asked Gladys, the banker's Haynes ghastly white, remained ty more were left wounded on the field. ford, Bradford. ,
i pretty twenty-year.old daughter. leaning against the door, watching the The speed of the German tank makesit District 16-J. E. Calkins of Fer- Manatee-W. B. Taylor of Sarasota. r

.It might be more charitable not to banker with .an inscrutable expres- possible to work into the rear of nandina, Nassau Marion-L. S. Light of Reddick and

f wonder, dear" answered her mother. sion. troops. On a recent exploit the car District 17-J. B. Johnson of Live W. J. Crosby of Citrus OUR INSTRUC
attacked entrenched Roumanians from Monroe-Arthur Gomez and JohnG.
Nevertheless the banker and his "You were operating surgeon in aNew Oak, Suwannee. CATALOGUE AND'
1 f ; family liked Haynes. Mary adored York hospital two years ago" the rear and drove them in disorder District IS-Ion L. Farris of Jacksonville Sawyer both of Key West. } ,
continued Mr. Parsons. "One day you from a fortification which they regarded Duval. Nassau-J. B. Stewart of Hilliard t WEEKLYPRICE
as secure. and D. T. Haddock, Jr., of Kings Ferry -
; had the duty of removing a patient'seye. On one of the first trips of the Ger- District 19-George W. Crawford of LIST
when the bandages were taken Conway Orange, Seminole and Osceo-
it driven into villageand
man car was a
,1 Okaloosa-P. J. Franklin of Baker. SEND
found that the sightless la. FOR ]
it
: off was eye was greeted with cheers by the
was left the good eye removed." Roumanians, who suposed the car be- District 20-Glenn Terrell of Web- Orange-Seth Woodruff of Orlandoand THEM TODAY;!
t i.r i. :;: Haynes bowed his head; the look of longed to the Rusisan army. The crew ster, Marion and Sumter. __ C. A. Roberts of Winter Garden.

i. utter dejection was pitiable. But he ran beyond the city tore up some rail District 21-Dr. J. W.. Turner, of Osceola-N. C. Bryan of Kissimmee.

{ I never spoke. : road track and stopped traffic. When Bronson, Levy. Palm Beach-Dr. H. C. Hood of W.
ll i ir : the returned the Germans were
car
'I I I "You gave up your practice, con 'District 22-J. R. McEachern of Palm Beach.
t Il greeted with flags, but they were
'1 1t1 tinued Mr. Parsons. "You turned overall II white. Monticello, Jefferson. Pasco-E. P. Wilson of Dade City. JACKSONVILLE.. FIA

your savings to the man whom you District 23W. M. Igou of Eustis, Pinellas-S. D. Harris of St. Pe ;.
You
considered had wronged.
t ,1F. you 1st day of December. He further Lake. tersburg.
{ wrote him a letter stating that you that is District 24Dr. J. N. Fogarty of
states everything possible now
7(1 Polk-Reid Robson of Lakeland andA. .
to him fixed sum every Full Supply of
meant pay a being done to build cars enough priorto Key West, Monroe and Lee.
month for the remainder of your life. the date of increase to enable the District 25C. C. Mathis of Vernon, J. Morgan of Lakeland. .. i. "
t I a All this was highly creditable to you.. sales department to fill orders already Washington, Calhoun and Bay. Putnam-H. S. McKenzie: and W. G. COFFINS AND CASKETS

\.- ; ""'eU?" queried Haynes raising,hlB booked at the old prices. District 2 -W. S. Middleton of Tilghman, both of Palatka.St. '
head and looking the banker in 'the MARKS BUICK CO,. Pomona, Putnam. Johns-William M. DeGrove of All I, Sizes 'andAlways QuaEtics't
Lt' face for the first time. "It has hap- Agent for this car in Bradford and District 27-A. M. Wilson of Miak- Palm Valley and F. M. Corbett of

pened to other surgeons: it might Clay counties. ka, DeSoto and Manatee. Moultrie.St. on Hand %

have happened to any. Yes, all that Lucie-J. M. Swain of Fort 't
: District 2&-James E. Alexanderof
i t'j.g knew Trespass cards for sale at this office. Pierce. "
y you have said is true. I never DeLand, Volusia.
Santa Rosa-T. J. Fenn and J. T. PRICES REASONABLEJ.
i. Ii I' --.- how I had come to make the blunder. District 29W. E. Baker of Melrose -
But I left New York and came to this Clay and Baker. Bryant, both of Milton.

i / :If little village, hoping to forget the District 30-W. H. Green of Jas- Seminole-F. L. Woodruff of San- C. CONEs

I I ICI ICI'i past, and live it down at least, though per, Hamilton. ford. L er. K f1 daF ;
T I. Sumter N. J. Wicker of Coleman. _
: I knew I could never forget. District 31-W. A. MacWilliams of :

''i ll J -. "That, too was creditable." Worn OUt? St. Augustine St. Johns. Suwannee-Cary A. Hardee of Live == = ..,Jr. .
Oak
I and M. A. Best of Branford.
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"May: I ask why you have Investigated District 32-D. G. Roland of New- c c::
tf"j this matter" demanded Haynes. No doubt are, if berry, Alachua. Taylor-W. T. Cash of Perry. ;
..... you
(} suffer from oi the Volusia-David Scholz of Daytona, General InsuranceI ;
? any Holdover
j ; .::. '.? Have I ever wronged you you senators.
and H. G. Putnam of
ailments to Oak Hill. '
aM "I have investigated! It" returned numerous "Elected to fill term made vacant -
: which au women are sub- Wakulla Nat R. Walker of Crav.-- | represent none but
the banker, "because I came to the by death or otherwise.
Headache, back
i fordville. CLASS and will
t t' ; 1 I, -. conclusion that you might have been 8 ache, sideache nervousness Members of the House, 1917 companies
; kIm. He broke his rule of privacy i\ mistaken. Who told you you had ,weak, tired reding Alachua-Christopher Matheson and Walton-A. L. Anderson of DeFun- constantly on the alert U Is-.

, ; t favor of them. Very occasionally he blundered? :My dear fellow, it was not ; are some of the symp Frank Clark, Jr., both of Gainesville. iak. mete; your interests. G
w'-. / would pay them a visit on a Sunday true; it was a Joke a ghastly medical tours and you must nd Baker-C. F. Barber of Macclenny. Washington-A. A. Myers, of Chip- courteous treatment to all

; afternoon. The Parsonses encouraged joke such as the doctors at hospitals of them in order Bay-A. D. Weller of St. Andrews. ley. tr ns. A well written policy
to feel weO. Thousandsof
. the young man. He was so obviously play upon young surgeons. They triedto women, who bive Bradford-A. S. Crews of Starke, a ;first-class agent in a
t'. a gentleman, and he had been so kind find you, but they failed. And you been benefited(bv this and W. G. Seals of Hampton. Whenever You Need a General Tool class company sometimes

to Mary. And it was not long beforea had hidden your tracks too welL" P remedy urge yon I to Brevard-John B. Rhodes, of Mel Take Grove's mach in case of loss by &* J

deeper feeling grew up between Haynes stared at him as if he could bourne. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless : 1
Haynes and Gladys. I not understand. The banker went to TAKEVI Broward-W. H. Marshall of Fort chill Tonic is equally valuable as a If. C. RICHARD St
Just as the banker and his wife, the door and called his chauffeur. Lauderdale. General Tonic because k contains the ., 1
: who looked favorably upon the matter Calhoun-John D. Trammell of well known tonic properties of QUINfl B ,
"Here Is your patient he said, as and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives -4 ,
,i began to expect the announcement the man came in. "Perhaps you rec- I Cardui I IIto Blountstown. oat Malaria Enriches the Blood and
of an engagement Haynes fell ognize each other now?" Citrus-J. Y. Barnes. Builds up tM Whole System V cent 1

f back into his old recluse habits. The And he went softly out drawing his COFFINS CASKEf! ](

I banker said nothing; his wife was chauffeur after him. He entered his And a full line of J
sorely troubled. Gladys grew paler -
library, but he knew that Haynes and
; ; but she stifled her pride. Gladys were together, and that the Woman's Tonic PROGRAMof j Undertakers' Suppb :
Until that day of the dinner party, Always on band. The beet *.*
and shame had been forgottenin
wrong
Woods
when Haynes, who had refused an invitation Mrs. Sylranb '
their happiness. the tee at the lowest prices. Spedt | 1
s<*- was summoned to attend a Clifton Mills,Kjn says: attention ortlat.
telegraph
child that had overeaten. Mary had "Before taking Car d u I. to

;? ; invited all her little friends, the parents BUCK COMPANY ANNOUNCESAN I was, at times, so weak I New River Missionary and Sunday Registered Embalfner'j

;? .I had come to take them home, INCREASE IN PRICES could hardly] walk, and 1

? : and the doctor found himself the the pain in my back and School Union DeWITT C. JONES \I "
of all And Gladys suddenly
cynosure eyes. humiliation of Makers of the Yalven-Head MotorCars head nearly tilled me. ..uc'ar to G. C. Livingston |
felt acutely the
his to Raise Present Quota After faking three bottles Starke Ra. : a

:1 I t She presence.was white with anger; and nobody tions in January.The of appeared.Cardui. the NowJfed.weD pahs dis as To Meet With the Hope Church Dec. 29-31,1916 i .}t a

; knew what was said until thebanker'
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I as I ever did. Every )
wife found her crying
upon Buick Motor Company, Flint i J
the doorstep, while Haynes was walkIng lichigan.. makers of the Buick Vah'ein.Head suffering woman thotlld 1I''
.' quickly away. Motor Car in both six and try CarduL" OeUbotte FRIDAY. A Ia IC

"He has behaved shamefully!" said four cylinder types have announced an today. E-ffl
Mrs. Parsons indignantly. increase in prices for all models effective 11:00 A. M.-----------___Introductory; Sermon, Elder N. T. King C J

Gladys raised her eyes in pathetic January 15, 1917. as follows: 12:00 M.----------------_______________________Soon Recess t'Ol E

I' er appeal." she answered."You don't understand, moth- Model Model D-4-34 D-4-35, $660.00.$675.00. t1I 1:30: P. M.__________Reading Letters and Enrolling Messengers 04 1 11'V

."..,... The doctor had -told her he loved Model D-6-44, $1040.00. 2:00: P. M ------------___Subject, The Young People's Work- .lr.
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Model D-6-45, $1070.00.
( her and that he had never loved anybody RUBBER COI
J Model D-6-46, $1440.00. Albert Dubose and B. D. Law.. f

.;k t I ask her else to;become also that his he wife could and would never Model D-6-47, $1835.00.The For I Fat her and Son 3:00: P. M. Subject, Should the Pastor be Called Annually or In- TIRES Bl I y
_Buick Motor officials I!
Z F I try to forget her as he hoped she. state that it was their Company sincere hope to definitely? C. E. Saunders, I. ,, Pinholster and El- TUBES LI 1

li would forget him. continue the sale of cars at the former 360 PICTURES lis Wilson. ROPE SCRAP I L V
Mrs. Parson was talkative. The prices, and the announcement of It
i f I story got about the Tillage, and much increases was delayed as long as possible 360 ARTICLESEACH SATURDAY. RAGS BON t f:

J criticism of Haynes was expressed.His trusting there would be some relief MONTH 9:30 A. M. ____Devotional Services 1
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in the materials situation. Thisear's SEDITIOUS WEI fl1T J,
His patients fell away though the old ON ALL NEWSSTANDS .
10:00 A. M. Subject, What are the Advantages of revival V
: I doctor was an ignoramus and had ) Buicks have been built largely meetings Write For Motet k
t killed as many people as he had from materials contracted for a year i Elder G. A. Prevatt and Elder L. W. Kickliter. T
and in some instances previous toiat ft
;J. I cured. At length it was bruited ago This, in conection with largely j 15 Cents 11:00: A. M.---------------------____________________Sermon A

:.1' I'' about that. Haynes was leaving Bisbopsvllle. increased production, and the further POPULARMECHANICS 12:00 M.-------------------------______________Noon Recess 657 C.BAY tiM tiN
fact that Buick
efficiency engineers
/ Grimly the neighbors watched hi! made possible a vast saving in the factory 1:30 P. M._*-------------------_______Business of the Union ... twIt

1/ household possessions carted away to through the extension of efficiency 2:00 P. M. Subject, Can Stated Prayer Services be Maintained in
fl' the depot Haynes went to board at methods and the installation of J,,
::c : !I the hotel for a week until he had finished much new and improved machinery, i MAGAZINEWITTIIMYOUCMUMXSTABIT all the Churches? B. D. Law and. D. W. Pinholster.. WeMaractwe B

r' attending those patients who enabled the company to delay the announcement > SUNDAY. METAh4CEIUNG5,5PII

still claimed him. He would take no of higher prices a great .:
$' ii deal longer than of its dealers AO the CrtW! Erentt fa Vedunio. 9:45 A. M, __________Devotional Services Vt'
r new ones he gave out. many and Innntioo tlIroqboaa -------------------- Yn j
a But this plan went alley for while and friends anticipated. Eng.eing described fa aa aaenstmaaacr. 10:00 A. M. Sunday School Work: ROOFING ...
Mr. E. T. sales iq M they.ocean XOOOJOQ
Strong general
= .: the banker absent in New York manager \ \]
: L was ftiMn-=II maath. 1. Essential Qualifications of
( ; announces that production has Bible School Superintendent -
:; Mrs. Parsons was taken seriously m. been> keyed up to a point hitherto unattained -..-.. ..... %.0". "_ Mrk bn tl***.MrrnjicototU !* M. W. Lee :AND GTNf R SNtET .
and Doctor Haynes received an imperative in an effort to take care of I tt*ikap,uA ko>to Mb r.,in.t few*. ., tIl1LDING! nATERIALWnteToDryFar il

a call It was a case which he all unfilled orders before the new prices LMef Maslaaise ti:.:-.. :=:: 2. Teacher Training-Elder F. M. Hartman t I '
could not have refused apart from become effective. Also that the ....ad...,.e.Iara.Ireo.m1 eU"t wile 3 .. .,, t.
....wa... ........... How to Maintain Attendance-E. L Wilson )
pleading over the wire. expected somewhat of letup Md I
Gladys urgent company a Speael t
S IM IKt R abll/teas epFJe!
The illness, which was short proved in orders with the coming of cold I) .._........._._r._ er.trri 4. Music in the Bible School-J. F. Kickliter ''C
desperate one nevertheless. The weather, but this cessation of demandor k .._ ar..M a o_s r..n 11:00 A. M. ________Missionary Sermon Elder McGuire f Tl
a
I r 1 -Yr.o-r M- r M aw.a --------- ta
s thrown the valve-in-head product did not ..............--. p.It
x ; doctor and Gladys were constantly
cPOPUUIt
I e "1 together. The girl proved an November materialize.was Although in excess production of ten thousand for r .--.BMCMMMCt W .M.......HACAZraCW ....... j. ELDER W. G. LAW ',1 i.'I
neither left the sickroom Era ilillat flat Ink w NYe
admirable none J. F. KICKLITER
automobiles there in i.
were, spite .
.a.1 ft taste oat tttf iW
? .fi._t for more than a few moments of t this leu ... ....... .t.
enormous production, than ...... Nn'.. ." rd J. C. POPPELL, :TIU 0QvQv YS
; for three days and nights. 170 automobiles on hand at branch wK ,.. its ".,.6IIq .l;;..." dgtt ilktet u4 4ec* mat

.v I Her mother was pronounced out of houses and in transit to them, on the .,.,5 a.a.tiak.,e 1.i.......Mr I*Ms -- .- Committee. .. ..: aa .r for alptKua.I K.W -
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.. FRIDAY, DECEMB 22. 1916. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. f. PAGE NINE 4

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< BY THE 3. A. Brooks dep reg officer Dist 8. !. 5.00 C. A. Gardiner case Will Gainey 2.04 .I C '.
DOLLARS ARE WASTED D. W. Moore do No. 12 5.00 Denmark do 2.70 Brador county, Florida said certifi- nance aforesaid for the purpose of considering MASTER'SSALE.Hereby .

BURNING OF FERTILIZER. A. A. Futch do No. 7 _. -- 1i.00 S.. B. Denmark case Joseph Bolt _i6.95 and 59 being dated the 3rd be separately properly each filed and against,every the protest enforcement that might of notice ia liveJ that under and by !

M. J. Sapp do No. 10 r ----__ 6-00 I e A Caner case Fred Waters _- 2.12 day: ofAugt A. D. 1914, and the provisions and requirement of the said virtue of tht fnal decree of foreclosure -
Louis H. Hill do No. 1 on 1i.00 S. B, do 14.65 cer- ordinance but no appeared mde the Jndfe of the Eighth Judicial -
person presented
dated the or
the waste material which J. F. Kickliter do No. 6 -_--- r- 6-00 S. B. Denmark case 1 Green ___ 3.25 5th any objections against the enforcement Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting,
Burning of the most J. D. Pearce do No.3 __- 5.00 S. B. Denmark case Dell __ 6.55 October A. D. 1914 has filed the said of: ther in the Circuit Court fr Bradford County .
,rrovrs on the farms is one A. A. Hazen do No. 5 ___ B-00 S. B. Denmark case Avery Hankerson 5.10 certificates in office NOW THEREFORE Be it ordained by Florida on t 22nd day of November A. D.
wasteful practices in the state. Burn- A. C. Strickland do No. 1 ___ 8.00 S B Denmark ease S. Gnffis 3.70 my and has made Town Council of the Town of th 916., in of The American Trust Com
.. 6.00 Denmark F. ShaUer __ 10.40 application for tax deed to Strke. i te ,
method of getting rid C. B. Roberts do No. 11 case issue in accordance Stte of Florida: iany a corporation, administrator cf the es-
ing is the easy No. 4 ___ 8.00 S. B. Denmark case D. Chesser C.60 ate of G. F. Markillie. ceased .
W. O. Brooks do with complainnt
1. That
weeds law. The said certificates n Ordinance Number 90 of a
vines Sti
of A crop of bean grass B. T. Taylor do No. 9 __ 8.00 Geo. A. Gardiner case C. E. Gray __ 2.70 < of the Town and against M. Mary J. Chi-
com stalks, but it is one of the most I. A. B. Surrency mgr dist Ii. 3.00 Jab J. Johns const do ____-_._ 2.65B. respectively embrace the following th orlac 13th day of November of Starke,1916 Florida by, ago Portrait lnr., Lynn, as defendant -

'or and foolish methods. Not J. J. Morgan do _.____ 3.00 L. Blanchard j p case 1 Moore_ 2.30 lands in Bradford the Town Council of the Town of Starke and
county ,
l trtvaeant of valuable fertilizerjJLyed F. L. Colson do ________ 3.00 LlSappdsdo..____...._ 4.60 approved on November 15th 1916, by the undel a* Sileial Master, will offer -
IT is quantity __ B. D. Ruben Davis __ 1.94 Florida, assessed at the date of the mayor for sale
a E. M. Hazen do and del box 8.60C. Kelly J p case of the said Town, be. and the 'in front I the courthouse in
but the soil is robbed of the N. Shaw deputy 3.00B. 1. cnt do ... 7.65 issuance of such certificates in the b y confirmed. .same i her Strk Forida during t' legal boi. of sale

which is so essential in makingit M. Williams mgr and del box dist 4 12.20 1. L. Sapp d a case I Corel___ 7.10 names hereinafter Section 2. That the Clerk is hereby instructed Mond", Let da..of January, A. D.
tanus Sam Osteen do ------------ 4.00 !eo. A. Gardiner c Johns 3.05 respectively particularly to publish this ordinance in the Bradford highest andlbtat bidder for cash.
it productive. T. G. M. Gay do _____.___. 4.00 Geo. A. Gardiner do H. C. Waters et al 3.20 set fQrth, County a newspaper the following der property, to-wit:
Scott animal industrialistto ... Ceo. A. Gardiner do J. M. McMillan 6.04 towt Telegaph publhe The west
.
M. Will Smith do ____----- 4.00 No. weekly rortheast Quarter, also
the University of Florida Experi- W. J. Markham do ___ 4.00 Geo. A. Gardiner do Percy Jones 3.a Crtificat embraces the S manner and Tow Stke Florida customary luh in east half of the north*-t qturtT. and thesouthwest

figures it out this way: J. M. Fralick house rent dist 4 1.00 Gc. A. Gardiner do Will Groves -_ 2.87 quarter of NW th promulgation \e the ordinances of the said quarter of tuj northwest quarter
meat Station, A. county canvassing 4.00 .I Geo. A Gardiner do Bad Stilley _? 2.92 NE quarrand In Section thirteen ( ) seven (7)
b quarter of NW
When velvet beans are grown and thetineI G.. Garne__ 400 Ceo. A Garner do Geo. E. Djral __. 2.38 quarter, Section 3. ordinance shall ef- south Range (STOWhiI also the
are left on the ground to beplowed J. Underhill do _----_ Geo. do John Thornton 3,79 13, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E., 60 acres, assessed fet uedltl Ti upon its passage go Int lutheut quarter of 'northeast quarter in

under during the following M.1. Sapp clerk del box dist 10 7.40 G. A. Gardiner do Jack Smith __ 2.13 Unknown. prvl MaJr. the best interest of ap section fourteen (14), Township seven (7)
M. J. Sapp hou rent electtion dint 10 1.60J. A. Gardiner do Henry Norman 2.00 Town l th. Range nineteen ( :) in .
they add ammonia to each acreIQ1II1 'Ceo. A. Gardiner do W. E. Davis __ 2.10 Certificate No. 59 embraces lot 27 it two hundred and eat entininl
jnter. J, Banks mgr election district 10 3.00J. Pae on this 18tb day of December, al for ) acr more .
to an application of 1900 pounds E. AdWna dg .__.____ 3.00 J. E Rosier witness I Cornell 1.60 n.Woodlawn* Sec. 16, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 less. If !
I Sapp do ___________._. 1.00 M.
the humus Parker do __ 3-00 E. JOHNS
of cottonseed meal plus W. 1.Crews deputy __________ S-00 1. S. Andrews do ........ 1.00 E., 10 acres, assessed Dr. Geo. H. S MTS. E Master. :
S. Chairn SIll
Which comes through their decay. If C. A. Knight pd express postage etc _- 11.65 Scott Alvarez do ______ 1.10 'ayne. Attest: Cuncil JNO. C. COOPER & SUN, :

the tines are burned, all of the humus F. T. Abernathy mgr and del box No. 1 7.00J. S. B. Denmark cot ct ct do __ .25 Certificate No. 204 embraces lot 43 C. A. FC And A. V. LONG
of the fertilizer are lost. A R. Bevill elect do _. 3.00L. Mitchell MacClenton wit Run Davis 1.00 Solicitor for Phlntif. 12.1-5t
and most C mr ___ 3.00 W. T. Weeks cost ct et do ____ .86 in East Lawtey, assessed Henry Approved this 19th day of December. 1916. -!
few pounds of ashes containing some Tom Wasden do ___-- 3.00 S. B. Denmark do ___ ___ 3.40 Moore. JOE HILL WILLIAMS
potash and phosphoric acid are all that Jesse Byrd do __________ 3.00 A. A. Smith wite 1 Moore ___ 1.00 12-22-5t Mayor, Town of Starke. Hereby MASTgR-if SALE.
DBut these two elements would Mrs. Ell Johnson fixing registration L. L. Sapp __ 1.00 Unless said certificates shall be redeemed F virtue of notie certain tht decree under of and by

rem& fertilizer if the __________ '1.00 W.T.Weekacoatctctdo... .86 according to law tax deed will closure made by the.Ju'ge of the Eighth for i
have been available as election No. 3 ____ S. B. Denmark do _ .25 MASTER'S Judicial -
H. H. Williams
been burned. mgr Jacob J. Johns witness E. Gray ____ 1.03John issue thereon on the 15th day of January SALE Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting .
had not M. Courson do ________ 3.00 C In the
Circuit
BM Hereby notice la given under and by Court tor Bradford County
Z _______ ,
in the soil to do ______ 3.00A. McClendon do 1.00 A. D. 1917. tht
needed mcrttM Qemons ,
Humus is Jame virtue of that certain decree of foreclosure Florda on the 22ml dey of November. A. D.
____
W. T. Weeks cast ct do 1.82
_
water-holding capacity andhtBftke A. Douglass do and del box __ 10.00 i e Witness official signature and made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju. favor of The American Trust Com-
< its ___._ 3.00 S. B. Denmark do _______ 1.40 my (
Henry Clemons deputy diclal ,
Circuit of Florida in pang a corporation aministrator
the
chancery of
: the heavier soils loose and mel- John Stalsby mgr distric 1 ___ 4.00 S. B. Denmark cot e ct D. Chesser ? .23 sel this the 14th day of December, A. in the Circuit Court for Bradford County sitting, tat of G. F. ; U complainant es--
from __________ 4.00 S. B. Denmark cost ct S. Griffia __ .25 MarklI. tea
decaying
--inr. Humus comes J. E J. \ Lawrence Green wit Hankerson 1.20 D. 1916. Florida, on the 22nd day of November. A. D.: and against and
C. Sapp do _______ 4.00 Aver' 1916 in favor of
adds nothing to The American Trust Com-
?*ftable matter and 0. R Thomas do del box ________ 7.40 S. B. Denmark cost ct ___________ .25 W. T. WEEKS pany, a corporation, administrator of the Pearley Andersen e.id M. L.Hilliard: ,
; ., fertility of the soil except small 1. Sapp deputy _________._... 4.00 Fannie Loyd Witness Amos Dell __ 1.20 Clerk Circuit Court. of G. F. Markillie. deceased as complainant elate as r
1 _
ammonia and ash but it col __ 441.69 Elizabeth Loyd do __..___ 1-20 deendants c
M. bowling and against S. J.
com as
and Sarah -
: Register
fquantities A. H. Williams 1 day com ta and mileage 10..0 A. H. Freeman do __________ 1.00 (Seal) 12-15-51 Register defendantsThe Te underined. a Fjeeial Masltr., will of-
aa -
tie in getting more fertility
.m* crop .__ 4.80 Susan Loyd do ...____ _ 1.20 er of the courthouse in
do
from the soil. Since plant food must J.J. 1. Underbill Crews do ___-_-_--_--______ 6.40S. Arthur Wright do _________________ 1.20 underigne a Special of the Master courthouse, will offer in- Stance, Forida. during ahe legal hour of sale,
it be taken Gladys Westley do _______________ 1.20M. sle frnt on ", Ut diy of January., D.
be in solution before can T. fowling do _-1______ 6.20 NOTICE. tarke, Florida, during the legal hours of sale, the A
and used by the plant, an increase W. W. Miller clerk district 2 ______ 4.00S. Cameron do ___________ 1.00 Notice is hereby given that the regular an- on Monday, the lit day of January, D. 191 t highest an i best bidder for cub
.-;p of the T. Dubose do __ 4.00F. Ed Burnsed do ______ 1.00S. nual meeting of the shrholder of the Lawtey 191 to the highest and best bidder for A folowng dErib property twt:
:Yin the water-holding capacity M. Byrd do ________ 4.00C. B. Denmark COt ct ct do ____ .25 State Bank will be banking room following described property, to-wit; T southeat Section QJre of the no heat anar-

1 .3'ioil nets an increase in the plant-food l Register do and del box _- 9.20 Johnny Avery Hankerson Hankerson wit do _1 Green__ _____ 1.20 1.00 in Lawtey. Fla.. on Tuesday January 9. 1917. The NW quarter of the SE quarter south, of Range twentywo" ); in (22)Town ea t contain'six (6) ,
board of directorsor .
4.00 elect
H. Adkins deputy at 3 o'clock m., a
p.
Jai1able. ___ t of Section twenty.nin (29), Township log forty (40) acre, n' re or leu,.
: S. B. Denmark cost ct ct do .T5R
clerks office ___ 18.18B. the ensuing and transact such other
If'1'0 obtain the best results from plow- Drew. L. Blanchard Co. supplies fixing No. 1_ 1.00 W. Moseley wit Fred Waters ____ 1.00 I business may year.come before them. four ((4) south, of Range twenty-one ((21) east, E M. J ,

$In under vines weeds and grasses W. T. Weekss bth state tax 1 E. Jordan do _____________.__ 1.00 a H. PEACE, containing for (40) acres more or less. Sp4ial Muter..

the* plowing should be done in Decem- sale certificates ___________________ 32.25F. H. Clarke do _________ 1.00 12-22-t. C Cashier. E M. JOHNS JNO.And C. A.COOPER V. LONG 4,!JON. '. f.
Williams janitor ____ _ 15.00 Jo Bailey witness Joseph Bolt __. 3.00 Special Mter.
so they will have time C. 1. Knight supvr reg ________ 10.40A. W. A. Bowen do ________ 3.00S. JNO. C. COOPER & SON, Solicitors for plaintiff, t 12l-Et-

become a part of the soil. S. Crews county atty _______ 4.17 B. Denmark cost ct ct do ___ .25 NOTICE And A. V. LONG, I

ranua should be in the proper H. C. Peeples mgr and del box dist 9__ 10.00 Tom Davis witness Will Gainey __ 1.00FredJackson United States Distric Cur.Southern District Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12.1-5t MASTER'S SALE i

plowing neither too wet G. F. MeLeod do _____ ,___ 3.00 do _.-_.__ 1.00 of Florda Notice is given that under and
__ Allen Moody witness John Parker __ 2.40 In the of Baumstein Bank hereby by
B. M. Leverett do ______ 3.00N. Harry MASTER'S
nor too dry. It should be plowed J. Parrish do _________ 3.00 oda Conway do ______________ 1.40 rupt. mater Hereby notice is given SALE and by and virtue rendered of a final November decree 24 of foreloeure made ;

deeply with a plow large enough to H. J. Leverett do deputy __________ 3.00 Mrs. Moody do ______ 2.40 In the matter of petition for final discharge. virtue of that certain final decree of for of the Circuit Court of ,the 1918 Eighth, hy the Judicial Judge
; all of the waste with soil and to J. W. Nichols mgr and del box dist 8_. 8.40 Herbert Hornsby do ___________. 1.40 On this 15th day of December, A. D. 1916.on closure made and entered November 17. 1916 Circuit of in and for Bradford
! coter Plem Bryant mgr dist 8 ________ 4.00 Fred Lindaey do .__........____. 1.40 reading the foregoing petition it is order by the Hon. J. T. Wills, judge of the Circuit Ford eounyfi. -
do this a sufficient draught power must Oliver Gordon do ___________ 4.00 Olin White juror __________ 1.00J. by the court that hearing b had upn Court of Bradford County. in chan- .wtey State Back liting.:in favor of
be hitched to the plow.A Nelson Ritch do _____________ 4.00 H. Wilson do _____________ 1.00J. Dame on the 15th day of Januar A. 1917 cer in favor of J. B. Rhoen.Florda ant, and John a L. ,, complain-W. o
16-inch plow is good for this work D.: B Browning deputy _____ 4.00 Strickland do ___ 1.00J. befor said court said distrct against M. Rhoden Ind Stella Rh: Whitehead against defendants StlsbYland R
G. Williams do ____________ 1.00 in the forenoon, and .
W. Whitten house rent do ________ 1.00J. at ten o'clok den, the undersigned will
offer
is better. If for sale befroe the Kinse
court
bat 30-inch disc plow ___________ lefendant. door at
a Ed Byrd fixing tally sheets No. 8 1.00T. O. B. Sweat do 1.00G. hereof be publihe in the Bradford CountyTelegraph ale the court house door in Starke Starke Florida, hetwien the legal hours .
the disc-plow is not available, go over 1. Register work and material dist 2 2.00 Hollingsworth do ___________ 1.00 newspaper printed in said district Bradford county, Florida, during the legal sale on Monday. January lit 1917. to the of :.
the field with a disc harrow before J. Morgan house rent dist 5 _____ 1.50T. taston Wynn witness Henry Ward __ 2.60 and that all known creditors and other lours of sale on Monday, the 1st day of January highest and best biddc* for cash, the follow-
N. Kendrick 3 days bailiff ct et 3.75 Bill Burham do ____________ 3.40A. persons in interest may appear at said time A. D. 1917. to the highest and best bidder lag
disc described lands
plowing, and if necessary cross A. Youngblood do ______________ 3.40 Bi.te in Bradford county -
City Light Plant lights and supplies __ 14.65 and place and show cause, if any they have for cash, the following lands in Florida, to-wit
the field so that the waste materials VWitt C. Jones supplies court house .60 Kinard do _________u___ 3.20 why the prayer of said petitioner should note Bradford County, Florda. decrlb. The south of: Mttheast ,ter of southwest
broken Then little or no trouble William Mann Co. supplies clerks 1.93 Sarah Sot witness 0. Ghent .__.__ 1.20 > NE'4 of of Sec. 21, Township hal Qu
are up. grnte. quarter
twenty-ti (26) Town
ofic > ,
___ ____ SE1 ;
will be met in turning them under. Bradford Co telegraph pub 30.00 do ... 1.20A. further ordered by the court that 6 Rnge 22 East, containing ten ship five (5) of Range tw t-two (22)
0. Andreu juror 1.00 the clerk shall send by mail to all known aouth .
S. B. Denmark del ballot boxes ___ 15.06 or East. And {
acres more
Mr. Scott does not say that this Starke Telephone Co. phone rent _____. 6.80 Olin White do ___________ 1.00A. creditors notice of said petition and this order le.J.. C. POPPELL Florida in Section tb'rty-flve; one (1)Sj)n, Peetsville Township,

win furnish all of the fertilizer need- D. W. Pinholster 1 day com and mileage 7.20 W. Anderson do _.________ 1.00B. addressed to them at their place of residence Special Mater Chncel. five (5T south of Ran i twenty-tto C2) East .f
B. do _ _ .
Hopson 1.00
the but it will reduce the Drew Co. supplies for co judge's office 29.36A. a stated. D. E. aa mapped and > I thc;
ed for farm KGH ] lattgl upon public records -
John Holder do ________ 1.00 WITNESS, the Honorable Rhydon M. Call.
J. McKinney 5 days bailitT ct ___ 6.25 12.1.5t of Bradford and ,
that
amount that must be bought e E. Roberts do _____ 1.00 Fudge of said and the seal thereof at Solictor Complainant eouyty a&o portion
J. B. Sapp do ______________ 6.25 1 Cur of the north thr-.e-quartera fcf the
O. L. Nah do ___________________ 6.25 Mar Reynolds witness Annie Rnold 1.20 Jacksonville, in district on this 15th day MASTER'S SALE west quarter of the in rthwest qifarter norh'I'I '
STRENGTH OF UNITED STATES M. Cameron do _____________________ 6.25 Reynolds do ____________ 1.20 of December, A. D. Hereby notice ia given tht and by tion thirty-five (5)), lownship five (5)
Hans Austin do ______....________.....__ 6.25 M.< Cameron do __________________ 1.00 Seal) EDWIN R WILLIAMS, virtue of that certain decree of for of Range twenty-two eat. lying east IUth "
ARMY !MADE PUBLIC S. B. Denmark cot bill ct ______ 154.25 Vole Reddish witness Raiford Alvarez 2.40 12-22-1t Clerk. closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju. right of way of the eaboard Air Line Rail
J. L. Underhill 1 day c and mileage 4.80 E Torode do _________________ 2.40 dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, way.
J. B. Crews do 2 days ___________ 12.80 l e jeo. A. Gardiner coroner Susan S. Denmark do ______. __ 3.40S. NOTICE.In. Florida the 22nd day of November A. D. JOHS j

WASHINGTON, Dec. 18.-The actual Goff __ _______________inquest_________ 5.90 T. Johns do ____________________ 3.40 the Unite States District Court Southern 1916, in on favor of The American Trust Company A. Z. ADKINS, Matr. I
strength of the regular army of Mrs. Viney Dekle house rent dist 2 ___ 2.00D. M. Cameron witness H. C. Waters al 1.00 Forida in Bankruptcy.In a corporation administrator of the estate Complainant' 121St.MASTEKV t
e
W. Pinholster 1 day com and mileage 7.20 O. L. Nash do __________________ 1.00A. the matter C Toole Clothing Company of G. F. deceased as complainant S.'cltor. I -
the tnited States on Juno 30th was I Markiie.
Drew Co. book clerk's office _____ '7.60S. M. Blanchard juror _____________ 1.00 bankrupt. and Carroll and Amanda
1STX41; officers and men or lit officers T. fowling 1 day com and mileage 6.20A. W. B. McKinney do __________.__.._. 1.00J. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the as defendantsThe SALE. I '

and 2'i,93o men short of :i..' authori/.ed H. Williams do ____________________ 10.20 B. Cowart do ___________ 1.00 above named bankrupt that a meeting in said undersigned S Special Master, will of. Herb notice !s given that under and by
__________ __ will be held at the office of the under-
do I
the of Dr. J. P. Tomlinson balance due on in- Jame Hornsby 1.00T. mater fer for sale in front of the courthouse in that certain final decree of
strength, according to report Varaon Sapp ____________ 6.60 _T 'Adiutant General McCain. On July quest D. O. McRae do ________________ 1.00 sonville, Florida on the r9t day of December on Monday, the 1st day of January A. D. dicial Circuit of Flo-'ida in chancery sitting, !

1st the shortage was more than 34,000, Total _______________________1543.76 Joe Johns witness Jeff Johns ______ 1.40 A. D. 1916. at 10 a. .. for the purpose 1917, to the highest and best bidder for cash in the Circuit COUL for Bradford County, !
3. B. Hazen juror ._____________ 1.00 of considering the advisability of authorizingthe the following described : Florida the of
increase on ,
of property November, A.
owing to first increment Road and Bridge Fund David George do ______________ 1.00J. trustee to settle a suit now pending in All of lot twelve (12) of twt ), in 1916, in favor 2ndija Tf American Trust Company D. ,
under the national defense act becoming J. B. fowling feeding convicts ______ 98.00J. A. J. McKinney do ____________ 1.00 above matter in which the trustee is plaintiffand Township five (5) south, of Range twenty (20) a administrator of the
i
available. The total authorized R fowling discharging convicts ____ 9.00J. James Hornsby do _____________. 1.00 Fruhauf Bros are defendant. and trans containing eighty (80) acres, more or of corralon.. ., deceased: as complainant estate -
the was R fowling pay captain and guards 125.00J. H. Austin do _...____................ 1.00 act such other and buines a may eat and Marki. 4. Taylor Bad D. Tay- i
strength during present year bowling house rent and supple Perry Dover do ____________.____. 1.00 properly come before said meeting. S8'E.. M. JOHNS. lor, defendant+- T J C .i/ '
138,897 men and 7,252 officers. ___________ ____ CHAS. S. ADAMS. a :
for convicts __ 6.3' : Mrs. Eula McMillan wit J. M. McMillan 4.40 Special Master. The undersign. a Special Milter, will of- t .'
M. J. Sapp repairinl bridge _________ 4.50 Beulah McMillan do _____ 4.40 Jacksonville Fla., Referee. JNO. C. COOPER & SON, fer for sale in fro t the "Courthouse in
L B. Varne gen rad work _____ .75 Lacy Tison do _______.____.___ 4.40 Dec. 18, 1916. 12-22-t. And A. V. LONG, Starke, Florida. Jurl* of of sale, I
Lingering Coughs are Dangerous.Get T. H. Tyre do ___________________ 14.0C Jones do __________________ 2.20 Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-1-5t on Monday, the 1st 'day Ital;hour A. D. !
1 V. Moore work on bridges _________ 9.50 Edna Jones do _______________ 2.20S. PUBLIC 1917. to the highest -nd best Ja/ur'J.for cash,
rid of that tickling cough i ihat B. Denmark delivering 2 convict._ 8.00J. B. Denmark do ____________ 2.00J. Starke Fla.. Council NOTICE. Dee. 18, 1916 MASTER'S SALE the following descrir..4 property.to-wit:

keeps awake at night and drains W. Nessmith repairing bridge____ 15.01 R Dover juror ________________ 1.00 BK IT REMEMBERED that at a meeting of Hereby notice is given and by The north half offllot eleven (11) of Sec -
. you C Smith do _________ 1 ______ Perr Dover do ____._____.___-.____. 1.00 the Town Council of the Town of Starke, Brad- '.irtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure ton eighteen (11>) inTownship five (5) south,
; your vitality and energy. Dr. King'snew H. Williams 4 day road- insp ____ 8.00 Moore do ___________________ 1.00 Ford County Florida, held in pursuance of made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju. Range twenty (2 t east-containing forty
Discovery is a pleasant balsam N. E. Pearce 13.50J. H. 0. Smith do __________________ 1.00 Ordinance Number 90 of the ordinances of said dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, (40) acres, mere or ie. -
remedy antiseptic laxative and very J. Weeks hauling lumber _______ 8.00 Will Crews do _____________ 1.00J. Town passed on the thirteenth day of Novem- in the Circuit Court for Bradford County M.- -
effective. soothes the irritated Fralick & Smith filling in at Clyatt W. Edwards do __________________ 1.00J. ber. 1916. and approved on November 15, 1916, Florida, on the 22nd day of November, A. D E JOHS.
promptly It bridge ______________ 25.00 R. Bryan do _____________ 1.00J. and duly promulgated thereafter in compliance 1916, in favor of The American Trust Company -:' JNO. c. ooorra f SON Spial Mutr.
I, membrane and kills the cold Geo. Clark resetting culverts _____ 6.00S. S. Thompson do ____._____ _.__ 1.00A. with the provisions therein contained: a corporation administrator of the estate And A. V. LON ".
germs; your cough is soon relievedDelay G. Pearce repairing bridges ____ 15.00 L. Bradley do __________ 1.00 The Town Council met in its regular placeof of G. F. Markiie. deceased, a complainant Solicitor torn Plaintiff.
, is Dr. King's W. C. Townsend stable rent for mules 10.00 S. J. Prescott do ____________ 1.00 meeting in said town at 7:30 o'clock p. m., and alainst Q. Futch and Priscilla _- 12.5t-

dangerous-get J. H. Wainright lumber _______ 64.90 L. E. Roberta do __._________ 1.00 on the 18th day of December, 1916 there being Futch, a defendnt
: New Discovery at once. For nearly E. J. Lewis repairing brdge: ______ 8.01 W. E. Griffis do _____________ 1.00T. then and there present the following member Te undenigne Special Master will of- NOTICE OF F.NAL DISCHARGE
tfty years it has been the favorite J. J. Moran house convict ._ 1i.00( N. Kendrick do ___________ 1.00 of said council: frnt of the courthouse in Six month after sate herf twit th
remedy for grippe coughs and .. S. T. Dovling 2 days rad map ____. 4.00 J. M. Alvarez do ___.______ 1.00 J. W. Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan, D. C. Starke, Florda during the legal hours of sale, 14th Jar.uar 1917. I will prent my
croup J. B. Crews do ___________________ 2.00J. O. O. Stokes do ________________ 1.00 Jones, E. S. on 1st day of January, A. D. voucher and !count to the Honorable
. S colds. Get a bottle today at your drug- L. Underhill do ______________ 4.00 0. B. Sweat do __ _____ 1.00A. Absent J.Mathew.. 191 to the highest and best bidder for cash, Gee A Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford 4

, fist, 50c. (3)) n. W. Pinholster 4 days da ________ 8.01 1 Alvarez do ______________ 1.00 At which meeting certain proceedings were following described property, to-wit: cunt .Forda aa kdminblrstor of the es-
Town of Hampton building clay road 150.00 R Andrews do _________________ 1.00 had among which were the following to-wit: Te northeast quarter of the southwest quar deceased and asked t '
4. A. Durden supplies convicts ______ 29.66 Burney witness W. E. Davis _____ 2.40 Councilman Bryan presented certain ordinance section twenty-eight (28), Township be dischraged a 19'1> administrator
a
: Read the Telegraph. Tom wall fixing bridge ______________ '1.01 E Browning do __________________. 2.20She and after its read by the clerk, four (4) south, of Range twenty-two (22) eat This the 14th July; J916.
R. S. Griffia do _-______________ < Thompson do _________ 2.20< moved that the beinl suspended and the and containing for (40) acres, more or les 'D. W MANNING.
DISBURSEMENTS OF THE J. W. Watteraon water for mules ___ 1.0 Kite do ______________________ '.20 unanimous consent rle of b members prnt be E. M. JOHNS. Administrator of tb estate of D. S Wheeler

. E. D. Abernathy lumber ________ Andrew Kite do _______-.______- 2.2i obtained to consider the ordinance as read Special Master deued' 7-14-6mo 1,
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS R H. Green & Son supple convict.. 16.4' Tom Anderson do ________ 2.40 without referring same the on JNO. C. COOPER 4 SON, .
L Bard of Comr's insttution pay Loui Anderson do _________________ 2.20 Rules Laws and t Commite motion And A. V. LONG -
convicts to .________ 51.01 Green witness Henry Norman 2.20 being seconded Orinance Andrews. Slctor for Plaintiff. 12-1-5t NOTICE OF ilNAL DISCHARGE i 1

: Bills Paid by Board at Their December G. B. Colson feed for mules etc _____ 57.45 Francis Green do .__________________ 2.20J. The chairman the motion and called Six months after Mate I will present to th
Ouiirley Lumber Co lumber and nails. 33.72S. S. Hopson witness Jack Smith ____ 2.20 for an "aye" state vote and the motion MASTER'S SALE. Hon. Ceo A. Gardiner, as County Judge '
Meeting. B. Denmark postage mailing circular O. B. Sweat do __ __ 2.20 prevailed: each of the said councilmen voting"aye" Hereby notice is given under and by Bradford county, I.orida, my vouchers and
escaped convicts _____________. 1.00J. ( Joe Brown do ________________ 2.20A. in favor of the said motion. virtue of that certain tht decree of fore- final accounts u AJjiinistratrix. of the estateof
L. Underhill 1 day road yisp ____ 2.00 G. Green do ____________ 1.20 on. Councilman Jones moved that Terup closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial S. J. SternliurgJlate of Bradford county
Pauper Allowance W. S. Croft lumber and labr ________ 3n.8 Kink Riehard witness Geo. E Dyal ._ 4.20: nance adopted, the said motion being seconded Circuit of Florida in chancery sittinl Forida deceased, *id ask t b discharged
r liar,' Ward -__ 4.0 Marie Jackson repairing ___. 1.15... Tuck Tomlinson do __________ 4.2010hn b Councilman Bryan and then and in the Circuit Court for Bradford :", a Administratrix.
s r f Martha G tlinNancy 3.00 S. T. fowling 2 days road insp _____ 4.00 Smith do ____________ 4.20 there b to a vote of "ayes" and "nays," the Florida on the 22nd day of A. D This th 18th da, of Auguit 1916. .
\ Conner ___- 4.00 J. B. Crews do 1 day ___________ 2.00 : M. T. Tillis do _____________________ 4.20 roll being called, the said ordinance was unanimously 1916, in favor of The Novembr.Trst Com AJGIE STEKNBURG,
TtntT Dyess 2.00 Lem Sapp witness John Thornton ___ 1.00S. adopted by the vote of corporation administrator of eg- Administratrix offtie estate of S. J. Stern-
.' Hit. Breeze ____ 1.00 Total _____________________________ 87.98 1. Denmark do ._______________. 3.40. of the council each of al membl members tate pany.of a G. F. Markillie. deceased, a complainant burg, deceased. 8-18-tm

Aaoanda Thomu ..... 1.00 Outstanding Indebtedness Fund. lacy Varnes do ___________?___ 3.40, voting "aye prent.there no votes "nay", and against T. B. Browning and Mar'JBrwning. .
Ln Crosby __ 10.00 Rosier do _______ 3.40Cordon each said vote is binl follows r
.Emeline Griffis _ ___ 3.00 F. G. Schell dupl'cate scrin No. 269 __ 4.60 Grifi do ._____________ 3.40 Ayes-J. W. Andrews Jr.. S. A. Bryan: D. The undersigned a defendant Special Master twill of.fer NOTICE OF f INAL DISCHARGE
Caroline GrifTis _: 3.00 Drainage Fnnd Joe ___________ 3.41 C. Jones E. S. Matthews. for sale in front a of the courthouse in Six month after this date, twt on the
Hi*. D. M. MeKnighta 3.00 C. L Peek & Son intert coupons 7.00 S. Criffis do ___________ 3.40 Nays-None. Starke, Florida, during the legal hours of sale 29th JanlIY, 191 I wi prnt to
J. Campbell B.OO Fine and Forfeiture Fond. R O. Daniels. juror __________ 1.00 W. White. on Monday, the 1st day of January A. D;: the George as CountyJudge
Banner Dyal __ 6.0 J. L. Peek 4 days cour stenographer 20.00S. N. Murdock do _______________ 1.00 Abnt-J. Ordinance No. 91. 1917 to the highest and best bidder for cash of Bradford County, Florida, my voucher -
B. Denmark _____ .
Sallie Starling _____ 3.0G.. jail 21.00 O. J. Griffin do ________________ 1.00B. The said ordinance in the the following described property to-wit: and final aceou,>ta u executor of the last
following
Wade McKaightLlitta 1.00 Starke Broom Co brooms _______ 4.'i5 Wells do _______________.___ 1.00D. and to-wit: i word The SW of the NE quarter will and testament ',f W. H. Rivers,
Willis --_ 2.00 D. C. Jones supplies at jail __________ 2 SO Boree do ___________________. 1.00T. flr confirming the and quarter and ask t be 4iscire as such dea
Knfus Jackson: ___ _ .__ 3.00 Quigley Lumber Co. supplies at jail __ 7.03Dr. N. Kendrick do ______________ 1.00 requirements of Ordinance Number pr'iRions of the of Section twenty-five (25), Township fve This Hat ".
90 d'of 191.
J. P. Tomlinson east,
__ (21)
Mrs. N. D. county physician 4.17 O. B. Sweat witness Bud ___ (5) "south, of Range twenty-one cn.
Newmans .__.__.____ 5.00 Stilley 1.40 of Starke, Florida the FUTCH.
S. Denmark feeding _____ 10S.OO Ordinance pawed on taming in all forty (40 acres, more or less
Martha R prisoner Kite do _______
Rim 2.50 Sia 1.00 13th- day of November 1916. which providesfor Executor of tie lajc Will and Testament of
Susan Keller 10.00WID. S. Denmark cost case Henr Brown 6.55 1 Wynn juror ___.___._____ 1.00 the construction of certain except one (1) acre t Church W. H. Rivers, '
Ceo. A. Gardiner case Sn Thomas __ 2.63S. ______ street imprve M. JOHNS, de.f 1-2Smo. j j'P
Lang .... 3.00 M. Carter do ____ 1.00 menta in the Town of Starke Florida E
and
B. Denmark do ____ _________ 8 <5 I Special Mater.
L. L. Mann .. 2.50 Dalton Carter do ____________ 1.00J. for the assessment of of -
the total
a portion
T. Weeks '
tachel Stokes __ 2.00 W. cot ct ct case Son Thomas 1.95 F. Hall do _________________ 1.00 thereof against the JNO. C. COOPER 4 SON. + + + + + f + + f + + + +'f +
G. _____ COt abutting and
W. Rogers wit __________ 4.20S. property And A. V. LONG,
Joseph Bryant ___ E. Crews do ______ __________
.-.- 2.00 B. Denmark do ________________ 25.55S. I 1.00J. fronting the said imprvement. Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-1-5. + ISEABOARf +
dilute Hunter .__ 3.00 B. Denmark do S. Jackson do ___________________ 1.00 WHEREAS the of the Townof ,
'W. .. :"!ton __ 2.00 C.. W. Lewis j p ease--Henry------Brown-------_-_ 9.35 3.01 David Manning witness Will Groves ._ 2.40 Starke. Florida did on the 13th day of No- + TIME TABLE +

Rachel T -'or 2.00 E. M. Hazen d a do ______________ 18.00 Olin W. White juror _. __ 1.00 \ember 1916. and in pursuance of the powers MASTER'S SALE. + +
Shiabeth Frank __________ __ -
Morgan do _
Hunter : ioo: Ella 1.00 conferred by the Charter of said Town and the Hereby notice is given under and b, -
Albritten witness _______ 1.30' tht
Donnee Holton _ _ 1.08 I Pearl Albritten do ___-_- ________ l.SO Henr Brown do ___________ 1.00 general law of the State of Florida relative virtue of that certain decree of foreclosure + New time table takes effect +

J.Mr C BoxWarren .- ..-- 3.00 Ethel Albritten do _________________ 1.30 Nat. Hewitt do do ______.._______________ 1.00 thereto, adopted an ordinance providing for I made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial + 12:01 a. m., Sunday May 28, '16. +
Wg.. 1.00
: :1.00Iear4 Wiiam the construction of Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting,
Joseph Mabry do __ ___ 1.30 R, do __________ cpran ptnt imprvement I + will in Starke +
Heney ..______ 3.00 1.00 I in the Town of in the Circuit Court for Bradford County, Tins :iriv as
Ida Mabry do ______________________ 1.30 Madison I Forid assess I
Jw. E. C. Crew* and daughter __ 6.00 S. B. Denmark cost ct ct Henry Brown .25 Thomas witness Percy Jones 3.00 ment of a portion of cost thereof Florida, on the 22nd day of NO\mber. A. D + : +

"Was Dyal -. 4.00 W. T. Weeks do ________ !.!1 Perman Robr do_ ________ 3.00 against the property abutlnl tt fronting the 1916 in favor of The American Trust Company + \ +
JUrtna A. C. __________ -
WlkenoniAtk ____ 3.00 S. B. Denmark Crws 3.00F. a'd improvement, ordinance a corporation administrator of the estate -
ease A. Johnson __
I I Scott -, ___ _. %.00 Geo. A. Gardiner John Little ____ 8 2.68 55 T. Abernathy do ______ 3.00 designated a Ordinance Number 90 bnl the I of G. F. Markillie, deceased, a complainant. .. + Jack&onviHe to Tampa +

I burn Clark ----___ %.00 S. B Denmark ca_______________ 3.25 Tom Mil do_____ _________.__ 3.0. ordinance of the Town of Starke: and and against A. L. Roberta and Elizabeth No. 1 _____ -__-_11:14 p. m. +
Altman ______ 2.00 A. Lne WHEREAS by the of Section Roberts, u defendant
Vance 9
witness ______ provisions '
lut.Ntwnaaa Children __ ____.______ 4.00 M. Cameron do ____________ :'.0 J.A. M. Bevill do___._______ ___ 6.00 of the sai Ordinance Number 90. the Tow Te undeline. as Special Master will of. No. 3 -_._-____.___10:40a.m. *

k AUe Peter Parmenter__ 3.00 Silas Kite do __ ____________ 1.00 J. G. Crews juror 6.00 Clerk wa instrce. immediately upon thepani of the courthouse in + No.9 ______. ________ 2:52p.m.JacksoariUe +
Edwards %.00 H. Wolfe do ____ __ 4'40 1.00 and thoronf by the Town Surke. during the legal hours of sale,
-- ."v.1 Forida i-
R Austin do ____ __ + +
lrYla
: 1.00 A. D.
Higginbotham 1. Council and 1st day of January .
3.Ob W. Weeks Mayor respectively to publish on
-------- et John Little .86
!JMMS Parrish 2.00 S. B. Denmark cot do e.______________?__ .25 J.. W.W. Edwards Batten do do _.__.________ 1.00 said ordinance once a week for four cnee 1917, to the highest and best bidder for cash, + to Cedar Key +
,Bar, Mitchell __ __ : ::00 A. i 1.00 utive weeks in the Bradford the following described property, to-wit:
: re. Gardiner case R R. Hoffman_ 3.04 I'. L. Peek do ___.______.___ 1.00 Conaty Telerph The northwest quarter of the southwest quarter + No. 15 ____________ 504p.m.'P
L : T: St B. Denmark do ________ _____ 54.49 F. W. Burnsed do _ a newspaper publ'shed in the Town ,
Total _____ i.oo Bradford of southwest quarter of section twentysixC6) + +
142.00.w Jennie Maud Hoffman witness ______ 1.00 eount,. Forda in order that the -
". Ceaerall'ln'" W. T. Weeks cost et R. R. Hoffman :66 Total __ property owen 01 persons interested ), and the northeast quarter of the -ooth- + Tampa Jacksonville +
.\ tJKlltW:: 1 IIIQ clerk. pd poet&&e S B. Denmark e______ .J5 811.79LEGAL might be afforded notice of the provisions andrequirements 'ast quarter of th southeast quarter of See \
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1r MII _B 80." C. A. Gardiner case W. A. Lee ___ 3.44 of the said ordinance and have tion twenty-seven (21. and commencing at + No. 2 4:54 a. m. +
T. Wetka fixing ballot boxes __ 10.00 Denmark do u_____ 6.65 ample opportunity to present objections against southwest corner twenty-six (26) + No.4 _--n.J.------_ 3:42p.m.4
.w" COlt bill circuit court 66.45 Ram Tanady witness __.___ the enforcement of the requirements of the and running north on Section line four hun
\1.L ? ____ 1.20 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + No. +
dred and twenty (420) feet to a point of beginning 10 ) 5:54 m.
rk p.
Pjrt .Uetioa district No 6 6.00 John Wise do _ _. 1.20 said orinance. which said objections by the
W. Aadrews Jr. do '.00 M. Cameron do __. + NOTICES terms th wo to be submitted thnc cut six hundred and ninety + +
Ip. Shaffer do G. Mott 1.0 in writing the Town Council before (690) north two hundred and
6.00 juror __ __ I I on or fe tnc
U.. Ji. IStdrekdo 6.00 1; Burrows do --.______ 1.00 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 7:30 o'clock p. m., the 18th day of December. forty ( fe thn west thirteen hundredand + Cedar K-7 t Jacksonville +

UL.?: 8......a.L deputy 4rtra > _ 1.00 l H. Roberta do _ _ 1.00 1916, specifically and clearly, setting forth th twenty thence south two hun + No. 1----?:;__----__ 9:27a.m. +
-, work election district A.1 Alvares do -___ __ 1.00 Notice of Application for Tax reasons any property owner or other pnon dred and fOrY (240) feet, thence east six hun- + *
t. K.. .. ._ 20.00 Hollingsworth T-.J. 1.00 D interested might have and desire died and (660) feet t the pint of beginning -
ii.[ T clerk and del box diat 12 6.60 C. S. Strekland do d_______- ____ 1.00 Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 against the enforcement of the provisions of and bl ia 8ein ((26) + W."ne Train +
To atlood BIT district 12 S.OO C. A. Gardiner case Tom Parnell 2.28 Laws of Florida. the sad ordinance. and '- ) above drh+ (Daily xrept Sunday) *
I. J aMa do ___ 3.00 Denmark do ______ 6,*1 WHEREAS the said was published rd lands being in Township flve (5) luth
_.. _ I.OO Jo Sterck witnus ___________ 8.40 aa aforesaid in ornanc Brdford County Range twenty-two (22) ea t and + No. 101 Leases Starke 6:45 a. m. +
') do 1- S.6S -eo. ease 1 Heath t.08 Hereby notice is given that Louis Telegraph the publication thereof being made twentyIf( ) acre. more 01 l.I .. + No. 104 arrives SUrke 2:45 p. m. +
aest.1: r and 4al box diat 7 ?.40 SB.Denmarkdo .. tM on the 17th and 24th days of November 1916. I B)10H
BUM : 4.00: O. 1 Nash witness ___ __- 1.00 H. Hill, purchaser of tax sale certificates and th lit. 8th and 15th da,of December, Spll + T. .J. GRIFFIN. Agent +
> *> 4.00 S. Denmark Tom 1916: TNO. COOPER 4 SON + +
case C
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t 59 and
Ball do _ 4.00 B. Denmark cost et ct Parl_ 14' number respectively 55, the said Town Council did A. V. LONG
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1 'J"-'" Qlputj __- too l IF.. F. Stump blanket, for jail -fU.M|. 204, isued by the tax collector for a' t t and place mentioned in the orq Slitn for Plaintiff. l-1-t .

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- ,.. S :' p. clever salesman, Mr. A. A. Mr. T. J. Terry spent several daysin Christmas is near and now is the -. and Mrs.-Joe:- :ti "'f,
r :. Wainwright, is serving as a juror in Tort White last week. time to buy your gifts for your friends Hy, iIf Wauchula, have Dow1i
I County News Items the court at Jacksonville this week. Mr. Felix Long, of Starke, representing The Lake Butler stores have anythingyau in our midst. The
Misses Susie Sap, Gladys Hicks, the W. B. Johnson Company, need in this line. Why not call a ht'arty welcome to COInD1Ul tl
Dora Johnson and Eva Williams, with of Jacksonville,* was transacting busi- at Lees grocery store and look over his 1r. Gurney Crews thenI: .i-t;
Mr. Ellery Sapp as chauffeur,'motored ness in Lawtey last Friday. fine display of candies, etc. Now is from Wauchu! where arrived l,
Ittruting, Facti Gathered During the Week Nbjr Our to the State Farm Sunday after Mr. Clarence Ritch of Raiford, wasa a fine time to subscribe for the Telegraph viiing: his sister, Mr he )
' noon. visitor to Lawtey last Saturday. Call on Ellsworth Harper at for several mrt1ths. Joe. -
Regular Corrc pondentt. A number of the pupls of the Bnr- Senator-elect A. D. Andrews, of Dell's store and leave your subscription. Mr. Frank ,.territt
: ney school, which closed last week, Raiford, was a business visitor to Law-. He will pay you a high price lila sn([Lena,; .ere the and n-t
-- have enrolled with us. tey last Thursday. for your chickens and eggs. sltr, Irs. M. M. J esti
E. I Mr. Wesley Cason and sister, Flara, Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting busi- Mr. C. F. Rimes, father and family Sur"Jar; Vl'akeat,
/ MILLER. tors in Brooker last week. Rev. Ever- of Plant City, are spending the holi- ness in Starke the first part of the motored over to Raiford Thursday afternoon Ev. Grew'Reached
: ton filled his regular appointment at days with friends and relatives here. week. viewing the State Farm. Trige: school! house Snad at'
the Baptist church Sunday morningand The L. L. Sapp family will leave on Mrs. E. D. Sayles spent from Sat- Mr. L. A. Duncan's handsome home' larl1e crowd itended.{ ,/i f
; ShawRimes.The evening.The Friday for Palmetto, at which place urday to Monday with friends in is nearly completed and is a great improvement :iSll JauniTow ;)
home of 'Mr.. and Mrs. T. H. Free Will Baptist Sunday school they will spend Christmas with rela- Gainesville.Mr. to that vacant lot. Josjph. wilL le VfoTwLfc ,.
c Rimes was the scene of a pretty wed- has arranged a short but interesting tives. I I and Mrs. L. A. Roberts, of From the great number of hogs be- E ay to spend OnisSJj i
ding on last Sunday when Mr. Benjamin Christmas program to be rendered on Among those who were in the coun- .Starke, were visiting relatives in Law- ing killed around this "burg," you J ',s. ;
Shaw, of Alachua, led to the altar Saturday evening, beginning at seven ty hub shopping Monday Vere, Messrs. tey last Sunday.Mr. would imagine the high prices of bacon There wfll'Le: a '!_
Miss Connie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o'clock. The main feature and open- ; W. E. Green, W. C. Clemons, E. M. Enoch Griffis and family were does not give onr citizens much worry Brhltre!: srhoolljouse FttLt t,
:. Rimes. Rev. R. L. Honiker, an inti- ing of the program is a tableau show- Green, F. M. Johnson, Eddie Hilliard, visitors to Starke last Thursday.Mr. nowadays. reriiber 22. The
mate friend of the family, spoke the ing the*babe in the manger and the Freeda Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Car- J. D. Randall arrived here Sat- Grandma Richard and Miss Belle I Feolved: Tht Sidney IUltiect J. '-
.words which made them husband and Star of Bethlehem. A star will be us- michael and Miss Dora Clark urday from Cincinnati, Ohio, and will Richard are spending a few days at legal nomineje for Catt
wife. ed for the display of the presents in- Our "Big Three" play carried out in spend the holidays at his home in East J. F. Bennett's, enjoying the hog kill- Affirmatjvji 1L J.governor..;:
I The bride was dressed in a pale blue stead of a tree. Everybody is cor- connection with the entertainment at Lawtey. ing. free. Negative-J. B.Sap ," ,'
1 crepe de chine dress with white trimmings dially invited to attend. Burney school Thursday evening was Mrs. William Reddish, of Wateroak, Mrs. J. E. Harper has returned from ivws.Instrumental. I.
and accessories to match. The Rev. H. F. Walters, of Gainesville, laughable, and we anticipate a grand spent several days here last week with spending a few days with her husbandin music ff-
h w going-away costume was a tan coat will fill his regular appointment at time at our school Friday night, and relatives.Mr. Gainesville.Mrs. lIt yes, 0. 1.:Crews h"
r' suit the Free Will Baptist church Saturdayand hereby invite your editor and. friendsout Gad Wilkerson, of Maxville, visited J. R. Terrell, who has been alf:'> many otier: part andl
I I Miss Connie is a favorite with all Sunday. The public is invited to to share with us in the affair. his brother here Friday. spending a month in Jacksonville, bas Everybody 'come of '
I who know her. She is widely known attend the Christmas services Sunday Miss Annie Belle demons the Miss Dora Clarke, of Wateroak, was returned home. fot !. : having been one of the successful morning and evening. .charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the guest of relatives here Sunday.Mr. Miss Louise Sanders left Thursday The Long Bridge sc'F ,
\p teachers of this and other counties. There will be a Christmas tree and Jno. Clemons, of Jacksonville, is now M. C. Reeder, of Maxville, was for Ocala where she will spend the ,iday, Deember 22.
t I,! \ She possesses all graces that go to entertainment at the Missionary Bap- .spending the holidays as the guest of a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. holidays with relatives and friends. pe bi was the teacher M .
I make the lovely young woman, being tist church next Saturday evening, be- friends and relatives at this place. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, of DeWitt McGill was visiting in JaCK- ov dig to his,office whcfe si-
i': a beautiful brunette and possessing aj ginning at 7:30. Everybody invitedto Mr. Bob Mills, the candy man of Starke, were visitors to Lawtey last sonville last Sunday. ,Jtfiuary, he cannot contiaJwJMr
attend and take Santa Claus with Starke, was out to the H rdsheU meeting week.
f j musical talent that made friends for Miss Marguerite! Cobb will.. spend J us. We trust that .
i.L her wherever she went. them. sunday.Mr. Miss Reba Brown, of Island Grove, ner vacation at ner home in crooks- fortunate to set another .
On December 12th at 3:30 Isaac Carlton, of North Caro- and Bernice DeSha of Waldo teachersin
: I' :: Mr. Shaw is a very popular young p. m., is the schol.DfVELOPlIEST.
man. He is a successful farmer and Mrs. J. C. Larramore, of Macclenny, lina, was visiting in our section last the Lawtey school, left Monday for ville.W.. E. Loadholtz and F. M. Byrd motored ,
;; died at the home of her Sunday.Mr. their homes the .
i stock raiser. The gifts were numer- daughter, Mrs. to spend holidays.Mr. over to Jacksonville Sunday.
".T ous and costly. Irving Thomas, who lives four miles W. C. Cason and Miss Bessie H. D. Randall was transacting Mr. Earl Whitten and Misses Nan- IN 'COI. ;
Mrs. A. C. Strickland, of Lake But- south of Brooker in Alachua county. Green took a pleasant drive Sunday af business in Jacksonville. last Satur nie Andrews and Ruby Ware, of Rai- PRODUCTION '
ler, sister of the bride, played the wedding She was Miss Elizabeth Thomas be- ternoon. day.Mr. ford, visited in our city Tuesday. M _
t march. The friends of the coui fore her marriage and was born in Miss Flara Cason, the guest of the E. B. Shipman, of Starke, was George and Henry and Misses May I ;
1.i pIe wish them a happy and prosperous Lowndes county, Georgia, in the year Misses Green, was taken suddenly ill transacting busines sin Lawtey several and Mattie Shallow, of Providence, Did you knew that fa jr
I vm.'al"e through life. 1844,_but had made Florida her home last Tuesday night, but we hope to see days of last week. were in town shopping Tuesday.Mr. tft state of Florida this jZ'
l -Onlast-Friday night Mr. and Mrs. for the past thirty years. She had her out again soon. Dr. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, wasa F. M. Rivers was transacting the value of the citnu er
T. H. Waters gave a pound party to been in declining health for several I Mr. Percy Wainwright made his us- visitor to Lawtey the first of the business in Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. :Facts and Figures fa
1 the young people of this community months and on October 21 came here i ual call to our burg Sunday afternoon. week. C. H. Driggers went over to the of the Southern WhokajT
; in honor of Miss Roxie Johnson, of for a visit with her children. She hada Mr. G. W. Wainwright has lately Dr. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, wasa metropolis Tuesday on business. Association, published its
i White Springs, who is visiting them. complication of diseases, bronchitis installed a rice cleaning and polishing visitor to Lawtey the first of the I Quite a crowd of young folks en- j authority for the stato-;:t'
I Quite a number of young people were being the predominating one and immediately machine second to none in the county. i week. joyed the cane grinding at Mr. Nat It is true that wonderfulib&ij
: present, and after playing games of after her arrival was con- Mr. W. H. Johnson returned from Mr. Henry Bennett was transacting Roberts Monday night. b ten made in the produetioacf
fined to her until the end. his trip to Jacksonville Sunday night. business in Starke Monday. <
amusement until a late hour they repaired room Miss Grace Waldrupr who has been Iflorida in recent yean; but I
to the spacious dining hall Drs. L. L. Lamb, of Brooker1 andJ. Everybody remember Sunday school Miss Mary Morrell, of Jacksonville, away teaching music, will spend the f'!.w who know that rod
' I I- where the supper was spread and all C. Bishop, of Gainesville, as wellas Sunday afternoon, and prayer meet- is spending a few days as a guest at holidays with her parents.Mrs. Fjlccess has been attained f h II
t partook of the dainties that had been many untiring friends and relativesdid ing on Wednesday nights. ;>',.< the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- H. K. Roberts and Miss Belle period. Florida ought to be '
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all for her that human hands The public is cbrdially invited to chard. the
carried by the young men. At a late Richard will spend Christmas with greatest corn-prodBdnr t
; could, but to avail. She old come with their presents to be put on Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dees and Mr. the
; hour they departed, wishing for a recurrence no was an their parents in Gainesville, Mr. and Union, especially ia riew(
: of the evening's entertainment soldier of the Cross and had foughther the Christmas tree Friday evening, Luther Dees from South Florida, spent Mrs. R. R. Richard. fact that we are soon to be aa
I fight. and to bring them early as we wishto several days last week at the home of Brother Coleman will preach on the Union's leaders in cattle and htluction. ,
,- The following were present: Eurie The remains were taken by auto arrange the tree before commenc- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dees. fifth Sunday instead of the fourth and The two go band in i
-; f Spiers, Prof. Kensey, Carl Brown, Joe back to her home at Macclenny and ing the other exercises. Misses Lizzie and Katie Herlong, there ought to be full attendance, especially Hay will come into its own ia i
!I and Verdie Harrison, Earle Peeples, kept in her own earthly home the last Miss Ethel Farnell, Mr. and Mrs. A. as there will, no doubt, be 'f the corn crop continues to ins
I l i Millard and Truby Parrish, Sid, Fred night it remained on earth. The fun- RAIFORD.Mr. Warren, Mr. B. D. Herlong and Mr. important matters to come up for con- ii the next few years ai it toi.
.t 4 and John Bielling, Ed. Thomas, Fur- eral was held from the Macedonia and Mrs. Theo. E. Adams, of Columbia sideration. last several years, Florida a
;i' man and Albert Miller, Seeber Stokes, church Thursday morning and the county, were visitors to Lawtey last ounted on to sell extena veIJ.*
; body laid to rest in the Macedonia T. B. Handley made a business Sunday.Mr. .
; Marion Waters, Roxie Johnson, Sallie Condition of the Lake Butler High )f the state. ,.
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c trip to Jacksonville and Mrs. Adams will to '
Friday.Mr. move
and Francis Waters Carrie Belle cemetery.She .
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f'I Brown, Annie Belle Peeples, Ruby I leaves her husband and eight J. M. Padgett, of Lake Butler, I Lawtey in a few days, Mr. Adams Figures, in its
ii ; Parrish, Jane Bielling Grettis Tho- children: Mrs. E. L. Crosby, Mrs. Se- :was a business visitor here Friday.Mr. .having accepted a position as cashierof We, the teachers and pupils of the sue, says:
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? Elsie Stokes. bring Thomas and G. R. Laramore, of 0. E. Maple, field worker of the the Lawtey State Bank, beginninghis Lake Butler High School, have heardit "The State of Florida, eon
: mas Rev., B. F. Mason of Gainesville, Brooker; Mrs. G. Crawford, of Ala- Y. M. C. A., was a visitor to Raiford labors on the 2nd day of January, rumored that the school is in worse the popular notion that it is a !
condition than ever before, and that t! laJrns both itching and
Friday.Mr. vegel
the Call church.on chua; Mr. J. M. Laramore of Lulu;
will at Fort
the Fifth preach in this month. His Mrs. B. H. Rowe, Mrs. R. G. Craw- Alphonzo Jones will be; home 1917.Mr.. P. L. Dinkins and family movedto the school has all gone to pieces, and r tssentiaJly a live stock and.*
'. subject will Sunday be "Sanctification." Everybody ford and J. L. Laramore, of Macclenny tomorrow to spend the holidays: Starke this week. Mr. Dinkins is that the pupils are not doing their i state, and no other state in the,1
vc is specially invited to be besides a number of grandchildrenand Mrs. Clevey Browning and childrenleft in charge of the Cracker Six Farms work. I has the resources to comp ...
i'.. ent and hear this able minister. pres- four great grand children. Monday for their home in Jack- market, which was recently started in We wish to say that the report is !f'Florida in this respect .
.h Rev. W. F. Walters filled his The family of Mrs. J. C. Laramore sonnlle, after a visit with relatives in Starke. not true. It is in a better condition *period between July I, 1913, i .
appointment at the Free regular Will wish to thank their many friends whoso Raiford.Mr. Mr. M. V. Raley, of Jacksonville, than it has been for several years, for J 1, 1914. Florida sold cattle to the",!
J- church Saturday and Sunday. An kindly aided when in their hours of J. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, was was transacting business in Lawtey thce are more pupils in the Hiehl,of $1,409.205 and dorinz the '
audience greeted him appreciative at- trouble, and especially Messrs. J. M. transacting business here Tuesdav. Tuesday.Mr. School and they are doing better work I peri d hogs to the value of {
t each service. Shaw.and H. R. Brown for their auto Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Denmark, 1rs.II. Enoch Griffis and family and ban has been done for several years. I were slaughtered. Florida: !
f I service. G. Stone and Mr. Charles Bloods- Mrs. 0. L. Thomas were visitors to The grammar school and the primary this year exceeds her citrus \f\
.t 'or v v v v v 'V v v v v v v v v worth made a trip to Starke Tuesday.A. Starke Tuesday.Rev. department are also doing better than I value. An investigation at ti i
; ;. WOODLAWN PARK. S. Crews, Esq., of Starke, was a R. 0. Wright, who has been ever before, for the school is better organized I resources shows acme remarks!)
.S The Telegraph is to be congrat-> professional visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. pastor of the Lawtey M. E. church, than it has been in a Ion' ures, of which the following are I
<> 'Ul 'ted on its Christmas edition. < W. S. Valencia, is visiting relatives South, for the past year, left with his time.It .'pie: Field crops,.indudiift)
<> It is the equal of any special edition 1> Mr. Brady Bryan visited his parentsat in Jacksonville this week. family this week for his new field of is true that we have had some 861,289; vegetable crops,, \13,1
of any of the large dailies 4> Raiford Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Brooks and Mrs. labor. trouble in school but the cause has fruit crops, $13,477,435; p
(& but we should not be surprised at Felix Sapp, of Raiford, visited J. J. Brooks, of Providence, were the Mr. A. Bissell, of Jacksonville, wasa been removed and there will be no* poultry products, $4,665,1)01) ": H"
<> it, as we all know that the Tele-> here Sunday afternoon.Mr. guests of J. A. Brooks and family in visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mrs. more of it. I products $4,130,925; cotton _____
S graph never does things by 4 Brooks Shipman, of Starke, at- Raiford Sunday.Mr. A. H. Harley was shopping in If there is any one who wishes to gc tobacco, $1,000,000. Other
halves. tended to business here Tuesday. Ernest Wells, of Lawtey,visited Jacksonville Wednesday. to school next year, they cannot find are estimated at about. !'2*
3> The "hog insurance" proposition Messrs. Jim Futch, and Dan Star relatives and friends here Sunday.Mr. Misses Mattie Stalsby and Rose a better school and get more for their and the total annual bUIUIe
carried by the Telegraph and ling were transacting business in Jack- and Mrs. J. E. Byrd spent from Mary Hull were shopping in Starke money than they can at the Lake But state is figured to be 2
<8>, inaugurated by the Bank of sonville Tuesday.Mr. Saturday till Monday in Jacksonville.Mr. Tuesday. ler High School. Surely the State .Florida J i
<3> Starke is a proposition worthy of !' W. H. Norman was transacting and Mrs. W. G. Brooks, of Mrs. 0. L. Thomas and Miss Jessie Signed by the teachers and higl progressive commonwea"
I t the consideration of every hog business in Lawtey Monday afternoon.Mr. Starke, spent Sunday in Raiford, the Griffis went to Jacksonville Mondayand School pupils- ville Metropolis.
,, I raiser of Bradford county. We J. B. Browning drove over to guests of Mr. Brooks' brother, J. A. purchased presents for the Bap- Misses Annie Haskaw, Ina Aldeiy
4> hope to see every farmer take ad- Raiford Monday. Brooks, and family. tist Sunday school Christmas tree. man, Edna Epperson, Clifford Harrelf. : -.
4> vantage of it, as the possibilities % Miss Beatrice Futch, of Jacksonville, Marion Browning came home from Miss Mary Stalsby was shopping in Louise Saunders, Margaret Cobb, I
i A of: pront in hog raising is greater visited relatives here Sunday after- Fort Washington, Md., Sunday to Starke Wednesday. : Clara Stewart,'Mrs. W. M. Overstreet, Lawyers Still U 40 MI
<> than almost any other branch spend the holidays with his mother. The death of Mr. E. Wilkerson occurred -I Othoe Mizell, W. F. Townsend, D. P. Thequfllpez1snotqultaELondon
1> of live stock business. noon.Mr.. N. D. Davis was transacting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henry Graham, Wednesday morning at about Knight, Julian Loadholtz, Ruby RO *-I The legal prof
4 business in Starke Tuesday.Miss and little son and Miss Carrie McKayand 2:30 o'clock from consumption. The erts, Marion Richard, J. E. Maines, Jr.., is Tei7t. onserratiTe c&Baclousjy ____
? 44444444444444444M Ethel Wilson, of Lawtey, visit- Mrs. A. H. Freeman, of Starke, body was taken to Maxville and buried Margaret Lauhtry, Theodore Edwards, ,. and nose of thS
: Prof. N. W. Hall and 0. S. Thomas ed here Sunday afternoon.) I visited the family of W. S. Graham The deceased leaves a devoted wife Ada Register, Anna Lee, Bessie Kennedy would be completely eqnlpL
Mr. Jesse Starling was transacting here Sunday afternoon.Mr. and several children, several brothersand Winnie Townsend, Walter Cobb! ,
visited the State Farm a plentiful supply of good I VS
Saturday. E. Lennon of sisters and a host of friends to John Langford, Elsie B. Gillespie
business in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Worthington, visit ,
r i B. A. Thomas made business Have noticed what as 1!
a trip ypu
S. H. Thompson was transact- d his brother, D. Lennon, Saturday mourn his loss. Georgie Epperson, Minnie :Moore, LJ -
to Starke Is It
Saturday.B. ing business in Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. and Sunday.Miss The Methodist Sunday school will lie Floyd, Alma Andrews, Yoland able accessory the quIll
: E. Brown shipped a carload of E. D. Davis is transacting busi- Maggie Dekle, of Lake Butler, hold their Christmas tree exercises Jones, Maude Stokes, Minnie Lee Hilton !- whether la osteBtatkmslr_ _
;' is hogs the to Jacksonville Saturday. This ness in Jacksonville this week. visited relatives and friends in Rai Saturday evening. The Baptist and Brodie Mizelle, Lettie Stokes, B!!- note, making a speech, of _
-- has second this car of hoes" Mr. Brown Elder and Mrs. D. L. Phillips visitedin ford Saturday and Sunday. I the M. E. church, South, Sunday lie Rivers, Maude Hunter, Myrti to point a warning flue J
: shipped season. He will ship the Wateroak section Sunday. Mrs. H. G. Stone returned Sunday schools will. have their exercises Fri- I Roberts, Ben Brannen. tile witness?-London
'" several cars of cattle in the near fu L Lu. I
ture. Mr. Fisher Gaskins, of the Water- auer a Iew days spend with relatives cay evening. -
'f' I";., oak section, was a visitor here Tues- in South Jacksonville. The memorial services which were
> 0. V. Brooks and
L I family, of Providence Mr. N. T. Ritch and family and J. announced for next Sunday at the M. { ..
attended church
here (
'J. f. ': W. 0. Brooks of Providence Sunday. day.Mr.. 0. J. Phillips was a business H. Ritch, Jr., of Starke, visited rela- E. church have been postponed and ,
:"r ; I was1i. visitor to Lawtey Tuesday afternoon.An tives in Raiford Sunday. the day will be devoted to Christmas
.' i: f transacting business in our midst Mon- Mr. T. Auction Sale De2
B. services.
I : day. eleven year old boy in Marion Handley made a business
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: t county has produced 115 bushels of trip to Mayo the first of the week. Tpursday,
;i ; corn to the acre. Woodlawn Park needs Mr. J. C. McCormick, of Ft. White, 0
;i' BROOKER. such boys as that with the grit to suc- spent the week-end here visiting relatives 4 1 t
ceed, as we have the soil and the climate and friends.
4 GRACE Having decided to to Jacksonville I am'
Miss Ruby Crosby spent last week : here and a1!' we MOPCI is RIOCJ Hon. A. D. Andrews spent several METHODIST : move
'! with relatives at Macclenny. who will quit the old methods and go days in Jacksonville the first of this 4 EPISCOPAL CHURCH 4 ing my farm and all other belongings at Highland i
1 1 Mrs.' Ruby Mills, of near Welborn, to farming with modern methods. week.J. (Oldest Church in Lawtey) 4
l' sale at auction the at
saleto be held the date
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,' is visiting at the home of her parents, Deputy; Sheriff Cameron and son, of E. Byrd made a business trip to 4 T. B. LAWRENCE, Pastor. 4 : on _
t.: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. demons, near here. Starke. were here on official business Macclenny Tuesday. 4 4 given. The sale will include! the following: e
,: t Messrs..Jno. Shriver and G. B. Col- Thursday.Mr. Mr. M. W.;Mann made a business 4 9:30-Sunday school with excellent _
r- son were business visitors to Jacksoni J. S. Norman is busy engagedin trip to Jacksonville Thursday. 4 teachers for classes of all 4 Twenty-acre fanh WjeB improved; eight houses] _

#. ville last week. grinding cane. Now, we will give Mrs. R. E. Lassiter, of New Smyrna, 4 ages. Mr. Geo. Futch, Superintendent 4 eluding residence; 3 acres tOf vineyard, bearing OTt__ _
I .. Messrs. Barney Andreu and Thomas his yield in the near future in the Tel- spent Sunday and Monday in Raiford.R. 4 4
Baxter left last Thursday for Jack- egraph.All 0. Cobb visiting his parents in 4 10:30-Public and pecan trees. < t,.. ,
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sonville, where they will attend a bar- who have anything they want Olustee this week. 4 ing by the pastor.worship, preach- 4 Grist mill with gasoline! power, will grind 10 !b
"4 ber's college. put on the Christmas tree are requested -, Mr. H. C. Crews, of Worthington,
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j I Miss Edna Crawford, of Macclenny, to have it at the church by three is visiting his son, A. L. Crews, here 4 4 p. m.-Junior Epworth Lea- 4 els of corn per hour. _

,-'," is a guest at the home of her aunt, o'clock so as to give the committee this week. gue, Mrs. Lottie Starke, Superintendent 4 Full set of blacksmith tools; rims, spokes, ,
t I Mrs. E. L. Crosby. plenty of time to arrange the tree. Mr. Jim Adkins, of New River, wasa 4 4 '
IF-.: -: Mr. A. A. Hazen was attended to A much appreciated rain fell here business visitor here Thursday. 8 6:45-Epworth League, good 4 bar iron and chains.

. : fr. business in Gainesville last Tuesday. Monday and the fields and swampsare Mrs. J. C. McCormick and children, 4 leader-Don't miss it. Miss En- 4 Full set of farming tools. ____

:.''t. ; ; Messrs.H.R.BrownandH.P.Gainey overflowed, on account of no of Fort White, are visiting Mrs. Mc- 4 za Blanchard, President.- 4' Household Goods.
were business callers at Waldo on drainage. Let everybody here boost Cormick's mother, Mrs. W. R. Conner. 4' 7:15-Preaching by the pastor. 4' j -
. : q. Tuesday. for drainage.Mr. this week. I 4 Good music. 4' Corn, Fodder and Hay.
".J' : g Messrs. G. W. and E. M. Hazen had G. W. Green was transacting Mr. J. W. Mann, of Baker county, 4' Wednesday evening prayer 4 Shingles and Nails., i' -;
ir ; business in the county seat last Mon business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. visited relatives in Raiford last Thurs 4' meeting. 4' \ _____
.: rt4. ? to day. A. Sheffield is vuiting in Jack- day. Jack Screws and Windlass fi t moving be ___ _

' J L' Miss Marguerite Stringfellow, of sonville this week. I r. 444'e . 4'4'44j Horse Cart and two;Log Cart)?. '"
week-end All who _
Ei Alachua, was the guest of parties have any notes they
,\ Misses Victoria and Mary Douglass. wish published in the Telegraph are NOTICE Old Lumber and Brick, and many other,osef? 1

I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dukes and Mrs. requested to hand them to the correspondent -i AProbl.m.qth. Ufe to CWM.Small tides.. :
ir.t Lela Godwin, of Alachua, were guests by Tuesday night of each _
.... of Mrs. I. W. Pinholster last Sunday. week, as we cannot get it in if you Notice is hereby given to the public twisting la Johnny a vain was endeavor wrtsjjtof to put and his Sale win te-fcg* ai\ the place :and will Jbegtfjo'clock
Master Eugene Passavant left Sunday wait later than that day.Everybody that will A. M. '
be allowed
no visiting at arm throosh the sleeves of u underlaraaent it ... ..... ..
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for PittBDurg, Pa., where he will is cordially invited to at- State Prison Farm, Raiford Florida, ; _
: ur spend the Christmas holidays with relatives. tend the Christmas tree entertain- from December 22nd, to December and then lit it over his ,-:0'T
; .-} V..' He was accompanied by his ment at the church here. There has 26th. All plainly addressed httd. After Mvenl futile attempt
JZ I and little brother Robert been a fine arranged and all packages to called tot to his mother: ay.
r : : 4 mother as program will be delivered promptly to inmates v f. Ml! HIGHLAND Fj
;. $ [3 far as Jacksonville. are invited to attend at this place. mamma, when I get to be an angst, :
hft: '' Rev. U. Y. Everton, of Fletcher, D. W. PURVIS, and bar wins* I don't ... bow TO

and ion, Tom, of Sarasota, were visi Trespass cards for- sale- at this- o.. Superintendent *rer get mj shirt OaI!" ._ .. _,_ _

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