Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Establbhed 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.,







-Movement For Peace ,
by the Different Sunday Schoolsof -


the various Sunday schools of -
t; .io -

WHILE Friday evening the Baptist school ren-

Hymn, "Joy to the World the Lord OUTLINING TERMS -

.I'-1"' theft-of mail has lately ta- great sorrow has come into the Has Come"-Choir and Congregation. SHE WOULD BE-WILLING TO The fine prices for all farm prod- JACKSONVILLE, Dec. 26.-M. P.
Another Invocation Rev. W. G. Law.
ucts and the for Walsh, of Pajatka, advertising man-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johns, opportunity money-
*" in Starke, but the thief was GRANT ALLIES-NOTE WAS
'ten place Remarks-Rev. W. G.
I Introductory F&rida
out of affordedby ager of the Farms and Homes
caught as was the one who who live near Starke, on account of making stock-raising
arqnickly of the same offense some the news of the suicide of their son, Law. NOT A REPLY TO WILSON. the establishment of the large pack- Inc., is in the.city in conference with

was guilty Willie, which took place Monday on Salutatory-Isla Poppell. ing plants in Jacksonville has made reference to extensive publicity plans
.,time ago.Friday. Marching Song, "We Will Follow" for the lands of his
I citi of Bradford concern.
afternoon of last week an island in Lake Okeechobee.I. BERLIN, Dec. 26.-Germany proposes every en county very
I train No. 4, from Tampa to Jackson- Mrs. Johns was in Starke Tuesday Primary Recitation Department."God's Smile-Florence an immediate meeting of the optimistic about the future of our Mr. Walsh,who: is stopping at the

Yille,,,was three hours late, and train and was handed a telegram from the Andrews. belligerent delegates to discuss peace county, and they have abundant rea- Windsor hotel says that Palatka is
from Jacksonville to Cedar sheriff of Palm Beach county, stating terms. son to be optimistic. No part of the the center of a very active real estate -
r"No. 15 .
"God Me" Mrs.Daniel's
Cares For
Key, was also late, but arrived aheadof that her son had committed suicide the Song, Class.Recitation United States has brighter prospectsfor market, glue to the demand for

No. 4. Mail Carrier Mills was keeping I day before on an island in Lake Okee- the future.In land for large? live stock enterprises.A .
"Is It SoOwen
an eye on the mail for No. 15, at chobee, and.asking what disposal to Griffin. WASHINGTON, Dec. 26.Germany's strolling about town last Sat- territory between Palatka and Jack-

[/the north end of the depot platform. make of the body. No information was Little reply to President Wilson'snote urday evening the editor of the Telegraph sonville, on beth sides of the St. Johns
'The mail for No. 4 was at the south given as to the particulars of the sad Song, "Dear Stranger"Junior is regarded here as having ad- came upon his old-time friend, river, and ex"ends to Marion countyin

4-' end of the platform, and as this mail : occurrence. Money to pay for the Exercises Boys and Girls.Miss Thomas' Class. vanced the peace movement another R. R. Wynn, of the Hampton section. the vicinit;! of Ocala.. .*
stole hat shipping of the remains to Starke was by step despite the disappointment caused of little social
By chat
was being put on, someone a Class Song-Mr. Kickliter's Class; by its not meeting his suggestion for way opening a Two Notable Purchases
which constituted a separate sent as soon as possible and the remains the newspaper man said something
Two notabV!
Miss Epperson, pianist. an avowal of terms. So far as it is large
to arrive here
. 'package of the mail for No. 15. It were expected Recitation-Laurie Tomlinson. about the great change in farming have consummated since
formulated from the unofficial text the acreage seen
dark, and everybody's attention Thurs lay night, after the time for the conditions that is soon to take placein
[>being Philathea Class Quartette. German view of the situation is that December 1. ,R. L. Dowling, who is
concentrated on the Cedar Key Telegraph to go to press. our county, whereupon our friend
being associated with the Southern
: Duet "Luther's Cradle Cattle
series del-
the is the first of of
had the theft. ButChief Willie Johns, a lad of 17 or 18 a said that the had
yearsof change takeu
,train, no one seen already
J. E. Futch and Miss Loiuse Bes- icate moves, leading to the discussionof Feeding Company, of Columbus, 0.,
intended to to went to the Okechobee country He is
_ Kite, who go age place. some sixty-odd years of which is
operating 60,000 tract
F Jacksonville on No. 15, and Special about four months ago. He first work- sent.Song Ladies. peace on neutral grounds, which all age and has a very clear memory of near Green Cove a Springs, acre.has
by feel pur-
Vjjfarshal Moseley, got busy looking up ed for a farmer, but being attractedby Song by Men. the belligerents may they can the pioneer days with their primitive chased 60,000 acres of land from the
themselves at disadvantage.
[ the thief, and in the mean time the the big earnings made by the fish- place no methods of farming and their lack of and Putmam Land Company
Orchestra.Master Clay lying
Lf occurrence was reported to Postmas- ermen on the lake, and the more interesting President Wilson is awaiting the of opportunity to dispose of farm prod- in
of Ceremonies, Mr. T. N. Clay a. d Putnam counties, be-
A..T.. W. Alvarez and to Night Mar- work, he went to fishing and Limbaugh. 'cial copy of Germany's note and is ucts at anything like profitable prices, tween Green
ftahal Burned, and they hastened tolithe was, apparently, successful.We After the program a treat, to the keeping his mind open. and spoke of the great change that ka, extendingfsouth to within a few
scene. have searched all those of our In neutral diplomatic quarters the has already taken place, both as to
entire school, was distributed by Mes miles of the city limits of Palatka and
In a very short time Marshal Mose- exchanges that would be apt to contain srs. J. F. Kickliter, Albert Dubose, reply is regarded as a step towards methods of farming and opportunityfor Imost to the large holding of the Flor-

ley showed up with part of the con- news of the tragedy, but have found Messrs. Finley and Tillis. peace and the opinion is hinted that marketing products.In ida Farms and Homes Inc., at Carra-

,.tats of the box, a hat, and a small negro nothing concerning it. The relatives This well arranged and beautifully Germany might follow it with a confi- speaking of.the change in meth- way, on the G':orgaa Southern & flor-

.;' boy named Hiawatha Berkeley, and friends of the dead lad, however, executed was in charge of dential communication of some sort, ods of cultivation Mr. Wynn said that ida railway. f.
J who had taken it. :Mr. Alvarez insist- do not believe that suicide was the program outlining her terms. The view in Entente he
from Edetsion
Mrs. W. G. Law, the superintendent of now produces 6 to 7 acres as of
ed that the box, also, must be found. cause of his death, as his dispositionwas the school. circles was expressed frankly. much corn as he used to produce to 25 Farm9'
The boy carried his captors to a pile of cheerful and not likely to get him Their said that the note was not a re- to 30 acres. If he had any corn to On the east side of the St. Johns river -

cross ties and said he had found the into trouble. Foul play is suspected.In The church was elaborately decorated ply [to President Wilson at all, but a sell in the old days he got 50 cents a in the Haftings and East Palatka

hat there and that there was no box our next we will probably be able with festoons of Spanish moss, pine I document intended for circulation in bushel for it, whereas it now brings $1 potato district, there is considerable

with the hat. The boy pretended to be to give the details, as far as known. boughs, crepe paper and potted plants I I Germany and neutral countries with bushel. buying for thf extension of farms, as
,looking for the box, but on being The sympathy of all goes out to the Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, as chairman of the object of molding an opinion to growers are giving a' great deal of E
threatened with jail by the officers, he bereaved family. the decoration committee, deserves place the responsibility for continuingthe Mr. Wynn has improved the stan- attention to lve stock., E. F. Canovaof f

led the way to the depot platform, under much praise for her artistic work. Mrs. I war upon the Entente countries.Germany's dard of his hogs and makes the sale of Jacksonvil'e e, last week closed the

which the box was lying. This BIfi SUMS SPENT HERE Kickliter was assisted by Misses Lo- pork a large source of revenue to his sale of 110 acres near East Palatka. >|
Alvarez Eva Epperson, Messrs. proposal for an immediate farm. He beds his cattle, saving '
rena ,
showed the guilt of the boy without a Negotiations are pending for the pur-
doubt. Pitt Tomlinson, Harold Wall and meeting of delegates at a neutral enough fertilizer to keep his land well chase of 18,01'C acres between Hast- i
Many Automobiles and Horses Sold place is designated admittedly c
as more fertilized
and besides the of
Charlie Cooper. use some
k1 Hiawatha then named another ne- ings and St.|Augustine for a large
Past Week. specific than the original proposal "to lime
During has
ground bought little

7grQ boy, John Vickers, as 'an accomplice On Saturday evening the Methodist very stock farm. \
enter forthwith into negotia
and this boy was also arrested school had their annual tree, which tions" and even further than the commercial fertilizer in the past To the south of Palatka in Marion
land the two were lodged in the coun- :Much money has been spent in was a large, beautifully shaped cedar President's goes suggestion that "sound several years. He believes that an application county, the Muclan farm of 5,000 acres

U ty jail. The latter boy is about 154jyears Starke during the past week. The laden with gifts for the members of of ground lime is a fine thing on the Ocalal'aha river has been sold
ings be taken. This is singled out by
old. It is the opinion of the of- smaller sums ran all the way from the school. Santa Claus himself was for lands in this section. He told of twice within tie last Azal Fordof
those who regard the reply as a step year.
L.:Beers that he planned the theft and .. "two cints wuff o' ole noospaipers"for present to distribute the gifts, and ev- towards despite the declarationof having applied this to a piece of land i' Washington, D. C., an extensivecoal
,!tad Hiawatha the annual of darkey's peace last year and about doubling the yield
to execute it. a erything passed off merrily. Harry and oil land
allied statemen that is impos operator purchasedthe
.1 peace of corn and pindeis. The pinders, he
.( The United States authorities were shanty, to $60 for a fine range. Canova played a beautiful violin solo, property last February for $186-
sible without statement of Ger- :
a said 'ne the land
were especial on
notified and the thieves But that required four
youthful his sister
v are many accompanied by Miss 000. He 1OOb
p>. now in Jacksonville awaiting a hear- figures were also spent. Of the latter being 1 anuva.,______ Masters Paul .jvmgni.,_!_.. ; many's terms. treated with the ground lime rock. and several plarted hundred arres acres in rice in corn and 1

ing in the United States court. up to Wednesday morning, we and Carlyle Ritch delighted the audi- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.The I BUM BRIDGES. the two nettesl him $3 ,OOO profit.He
note the following: ence with Christmas recitations, while has he
y' just sold place to a New Jersey -
LIVELY CHRISTMAS DAY. Ford Cars. little Miss Ruby Davis sang a charm- investor for $550,000. The new '

c The following were buyers of Ford ing motion song. The Sunday school Christmas entertainment given The bridge across the Alligator ca- owner will convert} it into a stock i
cars from Messrs. A. W. & A. G. An- choir also sang several appropriatesongs. by the Baptist Sunday school last Fri- nal near the Dubose place is out of farm.

Christmas day was an extremely derson: W. J. Epperson, J. R. Mott, Miss Sunolia Vaughn and Mrs.A. day night was generally entered into commission. During last week's hea- ,
Jively day for Starke. Beside the us- Cleveland Mott R. S. Fernandez, Wm. H. Freeman were in charge of this and was full of interest and enjoy- vy rains so much drift wood lodged Two Thousand Ten-Acre Farms.

ual attractions furnished by the stores Powell, L. J. Wynn, R. R. Wynn, Tom pretty program, while to Mr. and Mrs.L. ment. against the posts under the bridge that In the territory between Palatka

and the expectation of meeting withi Townsend, J. W. Andrews & Son (two A. Davis is due much credit for The church services were fairly the water was dammed up and, in escaping and Ocala wl.ere more than 2,000 ten '

old friends, a merry-go-round with an cars), all of Bradford county; W. A. their untiring work with the tree. well attended at both morning and at the north end, washed away acre farms hive been sold by the Flor

"$able-bodied orchestra was well pat- Hogans, of Macclenny. The Episcopal school, after their evening, and everything emphasizedthe the approach, rendering vehicle travel ida Farms a<|d Homes Inc., the buyers -

; {onized, and many came to town to Buicks.J. morning exercises the 24th distrib- birth of Jesus. across the bridge impossible.The are extending their holding and r
on ,
look at two carloads of horses and M. Alvarez quite few 'J f them now' have from '
one car. the a
bridge at foot of Call street
.mules uted to their pupils a treat of fruit and Next Sunday is state mission day.
just arrived from Texas. While Horses and Mules. fifty to 100 acres and are raising live
confectionery. On Monday morning, The motto is "Something from every- barely escaped a similar fate on account -
quite a few men showed the effect of A. D. Andrews Raiford head W. stock. This JJ particalrrly noticeablein
; the 25th, at ten o'clock, Dr. Fryer heldan one for state missions." of dams of drift wood, but the
too much "Christmas, there were no E. Torode, Lawtey, 8 head; Geo. W. impressive Christmas service. The text heavy rains will wash away either the Kenwood district near Orange
." disturbances, for Marshals Kite and Hazen Tonight there will be a musical and Springs. Al lost week '
Brooker, 3 head; Sol Dukes, church the bridge or the approaches.The every one or
Burnsed in a fatherly way guided the Dukes, 1 head; Dick Green, Starke, 2 was beautifully decorated with social at the church, free for all. Don at both places lon- more purchasers of these farms are
palms and spans are no
tottering steps of the imbibers away I head, and Geo. Andreu, Drew Red- ivy roses. make any engagement on this even- ger than that they can be made with- coming from the North and West to

from the crowds and persuaded them dish and Will Burney, of Starke, 1 Sunday evening the Presbyterian ing and come and enjoy the hour. out supports. Any carpenter who can locate on thEir land, \nd report that "

that silence was golden. Only one arrest head each. school had a tree and an interesting Preaching Sunday morning and a claim to be something more than a Florida is on .he eve tdf a great influx

was made in Starke and no trou- The fourth shipment of stock to J. Christmas program, whrich was under, combined service at 6 o'clock, adjourned mere nail driver can build bridges of farmers fuwn the forth and West.

ble' has been reported from elsewhere W. Andrews & Son arrived Wednesday the direction of Mrs. H. G. Denison. in time to attend the Methodist ser- that will not catch drift wood. The

in the county morning. In our next we will give This "program was called "Kingdom vice at 7 o'clock. abutments should be timber cribbage.The FAMILY RETJNION.
f Our merchants Gifts, the central idea being given.
reaped a rich harvest the buyers of this consignmentCONCERT {
people who paid for the canals --
..: during the holidays, and though The school sang a number of Christ- THE FOURTH SHIPMENT. and..irs..
have that Elder J. hada
a right to demand no obstructions A. McKinney
,. they intended to close mas carols, and Luther's Cradle Hymnwas *
up part COMING7 against the free flow of family region at their home, corner -
Christmas day, business sweetly sung by Misses Louise I
that was so lively Those extensive live stock dealers, water be placed in them. Cherry Ad Tenth streets, Christ
most of the stores and Isabel Fernandez, Margaret Liv-
were open all J. W. Andrews & Son, received their mas day. Thvse who sat down to par-
day. ingston, Gussie Mae Bennett and Myr-
;, A treat is in store for all Starke tle Hodges. Hazel Brown, Everett fourth carload of stock for this season MASONS INSTALL OFFICERS. take of the excellent dinner, were be-
w Wednesday morning. The shipment side die host and hostess, all their liv-
I people, and of unusual character, for Waide, Teressa Carr and Francis Hal- -
SHIPPERS FAIL TO MARK THEIR the eighth of January the Glee Club ligan each read a live missionary story comprised 20 mules and 5 horses. The The annual installation of officers at ing children |nd their families, as fol- t

of Columbia College will throughthe third shipment was of rather small Bradford No. 35 F. A. lows:
pass After the program an offering for for- Lodge & M., '
PACKAGES. city and it has been secured for a eign missions was taken, and then the animals, and the inquiry for somewhat took place Wednesday night, and was I Mr. Wm. Montgomery and family,

concert on its way to the state con- many gifts were distributed from the heavier stock being active, the present made the occasion for a very enjoy- of Orange PArk J
vention at Orlando January Ninth to beautiful cedar tree. shipment consists of mules one to two able gathering of the members of the Mr. W. E; Edmonson and family,

t A bulletin issued by the departmentof eleventh, 1917. The entire church was most artis- grades heavier than the former, anda lodge and visiting Masons. western Bradford county.Mr. t

agriculture says, "The officials in The program will consist of choruses tically decorated for the Christmasseason few mules heavy enough for mill and The installation service was followed Charles McKinney and family,

charge of the enforcement of the Food both classis and humorous, combin- festoons of greens, wreaths urpentine work. The animals are with- by a banquet and a number of good western Bradford coutty. .

,and Drugs Act report that inspectors ing sixteen male voices and orchestrawith and stars all brightened with red holly out a blemish, in good condition, gen- speeches. The spread was a sump- Mr. N. G. Moody and family, wes-

Gave found several interstate ship- a well balanced instrumentation.Dr. berries gave a most charming effect. tle and well broken. I tuous one and was heartily enjoyedby tern Bradford county.

.tte&ts of packages of fruits and vegetables Chapman is the director and he The decoration committee was composed You can buy from the Messrs. Andrews I those present Mesdames M. M. The grandchildren numbered twen-
such as grapes, tomatoes and will render several solo numbers without risk. ty-one, so that the diner party was
which of Mesdames A. Price, C. S. Dur- any They guar Fryer, G. M. Sistrunk and C. A. Futch,
berries which contain not statement alone will be worth Dr. antee purchase and if anything Guild quite a Jug! one. This family reun-
u an evening. ling, J. S. Brown, E. T. Campbell, 0. every representing St. Mark's pre-
to the quantity of contents. The Chapman is the director of vocal at I. L. Nash, Jr., and John Uglow. should prove unsatisfactory, they can pared the spread and were the recip- ion, as may,"be expected, was a very
weight amendment to the Federal the college.A always be found at the same old standto ients of many compliments on their pleasant occasion. .
rood and Drugs Act requires that all town of our size can well appre- make good their guarantee. Their efforts as caterers. ,

Packages of foods which are shipped ciate a concert of this status and it THE CHRISTMAS DANCE. prices and terms are reasonably: Following are the officers installed NEtf LAWpIRM.J. .
w interstate or foreign commerce adds to the general culture and for the -
refinement This great inquiry for good farm ensuing year:
moat be
marked plainly and conspicu- The dance held at the Armory on stock, which exceeds that of any for- F. F. Stump, worshipful master; N. E. Futch, for may!years a lead-
Jjajy with a statement of the quantity Don't forget the date-Jan. 8,1917. Christmas night was the best attended mer time, shows that our farmers Sternberg, senior warden; W. T. ing member of the Bradford county

,* of the net eontents either by Keep this date open for this splendid of all similar functions given under mean to go into a crop production on a Weeks, treasurer; T. H. Halligan, sec- bar, and Mayor Joe HU Williams have
t or measure Shippers who vio- affair. The school auditorium has been the auspices of N. Sternberg. The larger scale than ever before, and the retary; M. M. Fryer, senior deacon; formed a co-partnership: the prac-

; the law bJ tailing to mark the.entity secured for the concert and all infor- attendance, which was very large, in- desire for heavier animals means that W. T. Tompkins, junior deacon; Wm. ice of law jinder thA firm name of

,J'''' of traits of the contents of each pack- mation will be forthcoming next week.R. cluded many people from neighboringtowns. labor saving farm implements are Fisher, tyler; Jesse Thomas and Per- Futch & Wi !iams,. elective January

nto and vegetables they ship All were highly pleased. coming into more general use. ry, stewards; L. W. Kickliter, chap- 1st. The fira will hajte offices in the
: interstate commerce are liable to B. Lee, of Lakeside, expert machinist lain. Futch buildinjj on Calf' street and will

criminal prosecution. Several_ship: piano and organ repairer, suf- Prof. T. J. Poppell, principal of the Messrs. Claude and Guy Alvarez, of engage in general. practice,
tpmi shady have been cited to>earlUan fered stroke of paralysis a few days Brevard County High School, Tftus- Jacksonville, and J. C. Alvarez, of Mr, and :Mrs. T. D. Clark, of Quit- J g

'for under the Food and Drags Act ago. Mr. Lee.is up and expects soon ville, is spending the holiday vacation Cedartown, Ga.,were Christmas guestso man, Ga., were guests during the hol- Mr. and Mia.: John Capo, of St. Au-

+ eetF violating It its provisions in' this,re: to be able to see those who are in need with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ftheir mother and sister, Mrs. J. G. idays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. gustine, were'Chriatmu guests of her

f: '" of his services. Poppell, of this city. Alvarez and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. D. Wainwright. ". parents, Mr. .nd Mrs. .N. J. Moore.

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When the Armour Company established a Meat Packing Plant In Jacksonville a short time ado hundreds y

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

absolutetly going to waste instead of going into the pockets of the farmers of the county. A way I to ,stop the

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

raising in the future was a question that appealed strongly to the officers of this bank. Our president, Mr. E. S.

Matthews, began at once an investigation of the subject with the hope that theState Board of Heilth Would be ":

I able to give the needed relief, but it was found that the board had no funds for the purpose. r
" ) Further investigation and correspondence got Mr. Matthews into touch with the Interstate Vaccine CoDi----4"

r.' II! I pany of Kansas City, Mo. This correspondence has resulted in this company agreeing to send an expert hereto' ,

i go from farm to farm in the county and vaccinate hogs, at the same time teaching those interred how to "

( t:: do their own vaccinating. There is to be no charge for the services of the expert. There is to by

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

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

:r ;f at the end of the year for which the hogs are guaranteed, so that there will be no immediate outlay of! money :
'" I the of the farmers. -
on part J
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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 loss by the treat* ,':
I ment will be practically nothing. | :.

i ; 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 I

r i 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 in the United
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 how fine they are, :'< '
r would not be considered for a moment as collateral at bank. This is because the hazard is too great We [believe this hazard can be reatly: 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 mattor. We believe that

: 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 bush ess.

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

concern. They charge more for their vaccine than some other manufacturers, but they will send an expert to administer it and they show their faith in its ,
g superiority by guaranteeing it to save the hogs from cholera.

; 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 toad to| the Bank of .

t L 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 l economize his time as

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4 The Inter-State Vaccine Company of Kansas City, Mo., has this day vaccinated for _____________.----____: _______19L.I :'
Bank of Starke, Starke, Fla.
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r Gentlemen:
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'. 1 wish to have____________hogs ranging in size from_____I___ _______ ty
: I of____________________________________ _______Pigs. Said Inter-State Vaccine Compounds vaccinated by the Interstate Vaccine Co. on the terms set forth pounds in their to contract.:I 'j:
; 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 interest for the vac '
I ,, die with Cholera first thirty days I. S. V. Co. is to refund first cost of vaccination; if any cine used. t'
: die with Cholera the second month to refund $2.00 per head; if any die with Cholera the My place is located on__________________________________ .______' ____________ t!
F" third month refund $3.00 per head; if any die with Cholera the fourth month refund $1.00 road-_______________miles fromGive '. '!
I after within twelve months --------- ---- -------------- -- ---yj ---------
per head; if any die with Cholera the fifth month or any time ,: : ,; 1
t i from vaccination to refund $5.00 per head. Satisfactory proof that death was caused by here such directions as will assist in easily reaching placerl. ____..___________:- >[
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; : Cholera must be made by the said___________________________________in the following -------------- : .'j,
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'I ': and part of same sent in alcohol to Inter-State Vaccine Company at Company's expense, -- Signed_________________' ; 1 t

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

'; days. In case of disagreement as to cause of death the saidis For pigs 10 to 30 days old 27 l-2c to 52 l-2c each, according Jo weight. :;}J
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+1 = to send the part of lesions retained by him to the Veterinarian of the Florida State F' 30 days old to fat ((100 pounds) 52 1-2c each. i* '?
*' '" Board of Health, Jacksonville Fla., whose decision in the matter shall be final. All pigs Pigs fat ((100 to 150 pounds) 52 1-2c to 77 1-2 cents, according to w iiht.
;, vaccinated under this contract must have a round hole cut in the center of the left ear the For larger hogs add 12 1.2dosage cents foraccording each 25 pounds of additional wei ht. *
; t ft size of a nickel. Thin hogs are given to estimate of what the/ would weigh if fat. I

i Under no circumstances will we guarantee sick hogs to be i iramuned against Cholera Y
and in order to prove that these hogs are not sick with Cholera if any die with Cholera CO'
r ;. within 168 hours after they have been vaccinated this is sufficient proof that these hogs Regarding the integrity and responsibility of the Interstate jVaccre Company,.Mr. b
j 1 had Cholera when vaccinated and this contract is void. J. M. Moore, vice-president of the Southwest Nat'Bank of Commerce, one 01 the largest
: : banks in Kansas City, writes as follows
j f This contract entered into at._____________________County of_-__________________ :
r ; "The Interstate Vaccine Company through its President and sole owner, Mr. Ed.Wig- t
L' State of-___________________this____day of_--___________________191____by and be lesworth, has been known to the writer for more than twenty-eight years. .r
''. ,1'. tween the parties-whose signatures are affixed hereto. "I know Mr. Wiglesworth to be a man of the highest integrity and a man who has
Is, !I,. (Signed) INTER-STATE VACCINE COMPANY always twenty-seven kept his years.word in all his dealings. His transactions with .the writer date back

5 I:: -------------------------------;---- "I know that he personally superintends the production of serum and virus, under the ,_
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''4 of all who have done business with him. consider the ho 1 dins of the Interstate s''
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NTE-The expert of the Inter-State Vaccine Co. will instruct farmers fully as to faithfully discharge. ,
.- the lesions or parts that are affected by cholera.
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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 of his work. We ai :_

fr r. 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 fa your order for the serrk!(; ;
? of the expert so that the campaign may be started and carried out systematically. I .,-<

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weeks more new people have purchased CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION OF 1
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. land in this locality than has been
the case in any single year passed.
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I | The advertising and work which has JOB PRINTING

News] been done by the Webster Farms Co., Field Headquarters Punitive Expedi-
Live State is just now beginning to make itself tion, Mexico, Dec. 25.-Dust smothered f

evident to our people, and that it paysto the great Christmas celebration at
advertise something good is proven the field headquarters of the American ,.
: I Told by Our Exchanges. by the large number of prospective punitive expedition. A terrific gale -.

. r ... settlers who are daily arriving at our from the southwest drove officers into
station. The great majority of these their quarters and soldiers into their
? KISSIMMEE-The new steel bridge I Iacross' COCOA.-A hydroplane and operatedby contain- newcomers, after looking over the little shelters, gasping for breath. Neatly and Artistically
the Kissimmee river at Fort George W. Douglass lands owned by Webster Farms Co., Swirling down the chimneys of the
Bassenger is completed and the peopleon ing one passenger fell 100 feet into the are settling on their property and immediately adobe shacks, it sent the occupants in- Done--Give Us a Trial!

both sides are now eagerly Indian river at this place Sunday.but the begin improving their new to the open air until the fires in the g
ing the building of the approaches.await. Douglass escaped his broken. The home sites.PLANT. grates could be extinguished, the
passenger smoke cleared out and the shelters ren-
cause of the mishap is unknown. dered habitable. Tents were flattened,
bodies of two negroes -
TAVARES.-The CITY.-The phosphate
adobe houses and offices unroofed and
were found at Howey Tuesday movement out of Plant City territoryover :
ZOLFO.-Norton T. Smith, owner kitchen fires blown out.
having been shot to the Seaboard Air Line railway
:t morning, be of "Red Top Ranch," near Lake Isis, Because of the gale every man not
coroner's jury, as far as can November aggregated one
4 The ascertained at this time, has not learnt and champion of Natal grass in this during thousand and six hundred carloads, on guard duty was allowed to seek Irabforfc ffimmtu Jrlr\jrap1l\ 1
section of the state is preparing to shelter from the dust.. Orderlies sent
ed who the guilty party or parties are, one of the heaviest movements of any I
cultivate a twenty-five acre lot of the out with messages became lost in the
1. of the shooting. All from
month this shipments
the cause year.
or grass. Work is now under way clear- limits of the camp and took an hourto
ing twenty-five acres of land at Red this point were to interior points. The walk a thousand yards.. Travel t'

ST. PETERSBURG Ten new clerks Top ranch for the purpose of plant- Atlantic Coast Line handled a large .without dust goggles was impossible.
into the temporary service at will be cut for phosphate business in November, and 'Hundreds i iI .
were put ing this grass, which of men are hatless who, not
the post office to take care of the rap- bay. This will be the first Natal grass while exact figures are not available, realizing the force of the wind ven- '
', idly increasing business caused by the meadow planted in this section, and it is probable that the movement over tured into the open only to see their ,.
incoming tourists. Two clerks were :the outcome of the experiment will be the two roads from this section during head gear swept away over the mesa. a i.
4 added to the force last week. Yester- awaited with interest. November was in the neighborhood The headquarters camp appeared as a r. ;
day at the post office! and of three thousand and five hundred. : :
day was pay great blur.Although. ; .
Postmaster Straub finds that his pay- JACKSONVILLE.-Beginning Jan- cars. A large part of the phosphate the day was cloudless, SMOKE : ]
.handled the Atlantic Coast Line
becoming quite large. by
roll is uary 1st the Seaboard Air Line rail- went to Tampa for coast wise ship- hardly a ray of sunlight pierced the
way will operate between. Savannahand enveloping dust.
MACCLENNY.-We are informed Jacksonville, and Savannah and ment. Most of the offices were lighted by I

that if all the pecans that have been Columbia, S. C., gasoline coaches car- gasoline and lanterns. ALL PURE HAVANA

shipped from this place in the past rying fifty passengers each, with ad- MIAMI.-After elaborate prepara- The wind rose Christmas eve and II
three weeks by express were loaded atone ditional trailers for passengers, offi- tions had been in progress for weeksto increased in violence steadily.. By day- J

shipment it would make at least cials of the road have anonunced. The get his $5,000,000 estate in readi- light the music of the bands, which The popular cigar of the South. blade\ by the
a solid car, and at the price they have Seaboard has ordered two of these ness for his reception, James Deerui? played carols instead of buglers sound-

been bringing per pound this product coaches, costing $60,000, and they are of the International Harvester Cem- ing.reveille, was herd only in snatches. STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
along represents quite a sum of mon- to be delivered for use the latter partof pany, arrived oin the city late Saturday .

ey'I this month. It is announced they night. In order that his palatial Gen.. Pershing directed the effort ofa Ceo. L . ;
will make an average speed of 45 milesan new home might be ready for A'r.Deering's score of orderlies to save his living Massey, Prop. 'Starke, Fla. .

ORLANDO.-The Lake Berry or- hour, with a speed of 60 miles an reception a force of 900 men quarters from blowing It was
away. \ I
have been working night and day, put-
of Col. T. hour when .
ange and grapefruit grove necessary. impossible to see more than three feet r ,
ting the finishing touches on the man-
J. Watkins was sold last week to S. A. in any direction for hours at a time. j
sion. Late last week a large ship-
Gerard & Company, Cincinnati com- TAMPA.-A dispatch from Wash- Two artillerymen were injured by fall-
ment of furniture and bric-a-brac arrived -
mission merchants, for $100,000. This adobe walls. One had broken
ington says: "In order that somethingmay in the city and this was installedin ing a leg
sale is said to have been the largest of and the other
be done to reduce the cost of a hip.
the house before Mr.
its kind ever made in Orange county shoes, the department of commerce Deering's ar
rival. With its

one and of the the grove best is in acknowledged South Florida]to be has from made Florida arrangements fishermen a for supply securing of most.. beautiful Deering's in estate palatial the country is appointmentsMr. one and of one the Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain.Sloan's B. Z. MATTHEWS 1

shark skins from which it is proposedto of the real show places of southern Liniment is first thought of 0
MELBOURNE. Melbourne Development secure a substitute for horsehide. Florida. mothers for bumps, bruises and for Artesian Well Driller :
Company, operating some Light ships of both the Atlantic and sprains that are continually happeningto ,

seven miles west of this place, is now Gulf coasts are to be used for this pur- children. It quickly penetrates and
planting ,the largest individual acre- pose, the bureau of lighthouses co-op- TAMPA.-Articles of incorporationhave soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and I have had twenty-four years expedience in !

age-twenty-five acres all told. These ; erating.. The bureau of fisheries will been applied for by the Tampa more effective than mussy plasters or i
people started to plant last week and provide the necessary tackle and other Shipbuilding and Engineering Com- ointments. For rheumatic aches, neu- Well drilling in Florida. .
will endeavor to finish this week. They equipment. In this way it is proposed pany, which is said to have an $800- ralgia pain and that grippy soreness

have the machinery on hand and are to bring down the price of shoes by 000 shipbuilding concern in this city. after colds, Sloan's Liniment gives a 'I guarantee to satisfactorily complete all, '
equipped to do all kinds of farm development finding a substitute leather." The officers of the ne'w concern, which prompt relief. Have a bottle handyfor \

work on a large scale has just been brought into operationis bruises, strains, sprains and all 1 CONTRACTS --
made up of leading citizens of the external pains. For the thousands
meteor pass- city. The company will take over the whose work calls them outdoors, the Raiford Fldfcida
BROOKSVILLE.-From indicationsin ed over this place Thursday night at :: .
business and holdings of the Tampa pains and aches following
this county cotton next year will be 7:30, giving a regular Fourth of July exposureare .
Foundry and Machine Works, includ- relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At h r
king in Hernando, for plans among pyrotechnic display, and landed in the ing some forty acres of land with a all druggists, 25c. (1) 'I = = ,
the farmers call for over 1,500: arres gulf some miles off Indian Rocks 1
large frontage on the estuary chan-
in the fleecy staple, while heretofore Beach. When the meteor struck the dII
nel, where the shipyards will be es
only: few lave been: planted. water there like
a acres was a report the discharge -
tablished. It was at this point that
But the success in growing it last year of a big gun, the concussion the 2,800 ton steel steamer Pough- ; ===m "

and still greater success this year, and rattling windows and upsetting disheson keepsie was launched some months i ;
the high price of cotton now caused tables. Those indoors
at first
and which craft is being broughtto
many of the substantial farmers to de- thought the noise came from firing at ago
t the river of the
completion at plant
{ termine to put considerable acreage in Fort Dade, but were soon undeceive Tampa Foundry and Machine Works. THE fOURTH GARLOAD ARRIVED j

cotton the next spring.TALLAHASSEE. bythose who saw the molten mass dis- President Kreher left Friday for New .
in the Gulf of
qppear Mexico. Peopleall .
York where he expects to close con- ;
The National through this section were startledby I. ,
tracts for other ships. lie states that
Guards of Florida has dwindled to one the report. Dead fish, probably kill- he expects to sell every share of stock '
lone battalion of four companies, as ed by the concussion, have begun to which the company will have for sale FROM THE GREAT ST. LOUIS MARK rTr
ashore the beach.
orders have been received providing come on
right here in Tampa. A considerable
amount of the stock has already been
BARTOW.-A. D. Buey, a white sold to local business men, who all
:. which have fallen below the standard man of about the age of thirty-seven, have faith in the success of the big
of efficiency. As the Second Florida and who has been employed by the enterprise. Mr. Kreher now employs F

is now in the service of the United Peace Valley Farms Company for sev- about 200 men in the foundry and ship '.

# States it is not a part of the state mil- eral years and bore a good reputationand building plant, and states that when I

itia. was well liked by both his employers the larger plant is equipped and placed \

and his acquaintances, was found in operation he anticipates that it will

PENSACOLA.-After deliberating dead on the road leading from the give work to 1,000 men, most of them

21 minutes the jury in the case of the Peace Valley hotel to :Mcintyre's tur- skilled mechanics.To .
Carson Naval Stores Company againstJ. pentine still last Sunday morning at 'i.t.

L. Tyrus and C. J. Butler, a co-part- eleven o'clock by Miss Lula Bonnye, Cure a Cold In One Day .
t, nership, awarded the plaintiff $13,800, with buck and birdshot wounds over Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It atop.the
with the of his body. A coroner's Cough: and Headache and worki off the Cold. .
k interest from January 2, 1914. upper part Druggists: refund money ii it fails to cure.
'The case occupied several days in the jury held an inquest Sunday and their E. W. GROVE'S signature: on each box. 25c.
t federal court where it was brought be- verdict in substance was'that the deceased )

) fore Judge Willian B. Sheppard, and came to his death from gun CARD OF THANKS. i.
f. involved some notes upon which the shot wounds inflicted by Ed Mimbs. ,
plaintiff claimed the defendants owed His father, Jasper Mimbs, is being .1
f him the amount of the award. held as an accessory. Both of these I herewith give my heartfelt thanksto J

\ men are in jail. Capt. D. W.. Purvis, superintendentof

MIAMI. This the State Prison Farm, for his kind
city has a policeWoman -
in the person of Mrs. M. E. MILTON.-A case that aroused a treatment of myself while I was under a
Cantor, who has taken the oath which considerable feeling in the locality his charge, and especially for the con- j

.! created the office of special police- where it was known, was tried in the fidence he placed in me, whereby my jj
i woman. Mrs. Cantor has charge of county court Monday and the defend- existence was made as bearable as pos- i j
' the Travelers Aid work in Miami and ants were found guilty and assesseda sible under the circumstances.. May j
'$ took the police oath that she might be fine of one dollar each and costs. The God bless him, and may he long rule ,

4, f ready for any emergency.. Her work case grew out of a search of a white over the model penal institution of l lt.
" 1. will be confined to offering assistance woman by a white man, Jim Crosby, America:
< 1 to unprotected women and children and a negro man, named Porter, for My thanks are also tendered to all a l
and by taking oath as policewoman goods purported to have been stolen the other officers of the Prison Farm 1.
she from for their uniform kindness toward me,
obtained the necessary authority. a negro. The white man is a
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'. woods rider for Mr. Bell of the Spivey also to many visitors to the place for
Bell Turpentine Company.. The feeling their encouraging words and sympa- 1.
PLANT CITY.-The supervisors of against 1.J.
a negro man being permitted thy.Last
the Taft Drainage District closed a to search a white woman's house but not least, my thanks are

" contract with Edgar Chapman of this was strong, and it is doubtful if the due the State Pardoning Board for I 'rI
city, whereby Mr. Chapman will con- next negro who attempts such a pro- their love of justice and pains takenin / YOur

tract all of the right-of-way, drainage cedure, whether accompanied by a inquiring' into my case, which resulted I:

canals and bridges in this district in white man or not will not get off as in giving me pardon, thereby Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr. has been in the St. Louis
consideration of $146,000 of bonds. The light as this one did. enabling me to enter the world.again great
district is located 12 miles south of and become a useful citizen. Thoughthe '
Orlando and is nine by eleven miles pardon is "conditional," it shall liv stock market selecting a carload of HORSES and MULES t'

w extent. Mr. Chapman will dig 54miles CRYSTAL SPRINGS.-Enos Blair, amount to a full and free pardon, for, ;z
of canals and ditches, compris- the oldest resident of this place, passed with God's help, my future life shall for sale to the people of Bradford and surrounding cqunties. The Ij

lag from 700,000 to 1,000,000 yards.of away Wednesday night at the Rice ho- without reproach, and the Pardon-
excavation, costing $120,000. tel. Mr. Blair located here four years ing Board shall not find their confi- stock is strictly first-class and especially adapted to farm
and then
although in
ago his ninetieth dence in me misplaced.. If
year, built himself a little dwellingand Sincerely, '
ST. PETERSBURG Negroes em- some yards and building for his DAN CARLTON. purposes. i

ployes of Snell and Hamlett landed a chickens, had a small piece of land Starke, Fla.. Dec. 22, 1916.
sea 300 turtle weighing between 200 and cleared, and for two or three years The shipment reached our barns in Starke ion f
; pounds in front of Mr. Hamlett'saome. was quite successful in the poultry
The turtle is probably the largest business. Later he turned his atten- Stop That Cough.A &
'ever caught in the bay as they tion to Burbank spineless cactus and hacking cough weakens the whole WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7th 't
1 do not often frequent its waters. It was one of the pioneer and
growers of that system, drains your energy gets
: caused quite a little excitement and plant here. He lived alone and was worse if neglected; your throat is raw, Come and look them over. Prices will be r%ht. ;f.

' many were the yells of the negroes able to attend to his own wants until your chest aches and you feel sore all >dJ.WUANDREWS&SQN >
when trying to land the turtle. They about ten weeks ago, when he beganto over. Relieve that cold at once with .
saw it in shallow water and penned fail and decided it would be betterto Dr. King's New Discovery. The q
It so that it could not get away and live in town where he could have soothing pine balsams heal the irritated -

then closed in on it. It was a big task care. For several weeks past he has membranes, and the antiseptic and

landing that huge bulk, but the negroes been an invalid at the Rice hotel. He laxative qualities kill the germs and STARKE FLORIDA it

' i managed it. Snell & Hamlett was assisted, whep necessary, by his break up your cold. Don't let a cold ,

Wl exhibit bring it the turtle down town and two sons, Will P. Blair, of Cleveland, linger. Get. Dr. King's New Discov- J. ._J
on Central avenue. 0., and John A. Blair, of Wichita, Kan. ery today at your druggist, 50c. (1) 1s

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': :. the newuy arrived pastor of the From the Times-Union of Thursday, Mrs. Johns wore a handsome gownof Stock raising in Florida is a busi- Bank rieeting.of sf the ,

,!.. ". ...1 I I Published Weekly and entered as second Methodist church in this city I desire December 28th, we copy the following grey crepe meteor and wore a cor- ness'that has opened a little consid- ing rms Starke in SUrke wffl be !IeIl fa lit
of eclat in Jacksonville sage bouquet of Parma violets. ered field heretofore with F1orida,
elect unlimited
t to thank most heartily the account an wedding JauUl-y 111, II
V class matter at the post-office at 1117. at t:3 ;
Mrs. attired in sat-
Barge was "
ladies and gentlemen who have accorded in which the bride is a young possibilities for money making, and board directors for p. 1J
Starke. Florida.E. At well and in in and tulle with jet trimmings and a there tile -... V
million of
welcome. known of
us such a royal lady very popular are acres land in trana..1 .uch other buaill_
t touch of white She .. V
lace. also
the railway station Mrs. Dr. Freeman Starke: wore South Florida admirably adapted for fore teis. V,

S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner and Mr. White, Sr., were waiting to St. Mary's Episcopal church in Parma violets. the purpose.. The high cost of all t.a 'J;

i H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor meet us.. Mr. Andrews and Mrs.. Springfield was the scene' of a beauti- During the reception hour, a deli- kinds of meats during the past few 1-2 :2. V

f Freeman brought us up to the par- ful wedding last evening at 6 o'clock, cious salad course was served in the I years, and the demands of the local --r-- --

sonage on their cars.. Mrs.\ Phillips when Miss Belle Bowden Kelly of this dining room. The dining table was market have combined to draw the at-
The Los Angeles (Cal.) humane society and :Mrs. Stewart were at the parson- city, daughter of Mrs.\ Marion L. Johns laid with a lace cloth and centered tention of settlers and home people to

V I with a seriousness worthy of a age to extend a cordial welcome to became the bride of Mr. Otis Alvin with the bride's cake, which was i the possibilities of stock raising, and

serious cause, cries out against using us. Later,Mrs.\ vis-and Mrs. 'White Barge, of Atlanta. adorned with a huge white horseshoeand this business is destined to become one ,

the ostrich in harness. The bird is"de- came in with tokens and words of The ceremony was witnessed by relatives a miniature bride and bridegroom. : of the great industries of the state.
dared dangerous, as it "can kick inV of friends At the corners of the table bud vases ,
Christian welcome. Still later Mrs. and scores of the The demand for land suitable for stock
any direction," it violates the speed Chase and Mrs. Richard came in with popular young couple and was per- with single white rosebuds were used, grazing ajid for growing cattle is becoming
laws, "and on account of its well remembrances.Mr. formed Archdeacon William and the electric dome over the table
J kind words'and sweet by Wyllie, strong and wise real estate
known fondness for hardware it is apt Davis then made a brief visit, and rector of St. Mary's church. was converted into a floral weddingbell. men are looking into this field.

V to eat auto accessories." Which shows left a substantial token in the form ofa The church was beautifully decorated According to some of the best post-

: that the mule is, after all, not the check. Then Mr. Scott, chairmanof a green and white color motif .being An interesting feature of the even- ed real estate men the day of the free !
wickedest of animals. :Nobody was ever carried with ferns and in gwas the cutting of the bride's cake. N
'the Board of Stewards, presentedus out palms, range is past and the day of the fine :
kicked by a mule by going in front Miss Helen Dean cut the ring; the
V other with
f with a check of good proportionsto tropical plants, together stock farm with from 10,000 to 20,000
of him and mule was ever known bride cut the good luck emblem Mrs. ....
: no be applied on the salary. Rev. Southern smilax and cut flowers. ; acres of grazing and farming land, 1
to overtake an automobile and, in pass- Arches of bamboo tied Alvarez was fortunate in finding the .
Fryer his lovely wife, and sweet children were to ad- has arrived. Stock raising on a small _
ing, snatch and swallow a spark plug have visited us and cheered our vantage over the windows and door- coin; little Miss Dorothy Alvarez cut scale has been tried out, and as the

.., or a monkey wrench. hearts with many acts of Christian. ways. Vases of brides-roses were used the heart and Master McBride War- cattle men gained confidence they increased _

I t 1: t courtesy. We very greatly appreciatethis i on the altar. ren the wishbone. their herds and acreage until

ii'' It is said that Mr. Catts has confer dear Episcopal brother as our Mrs. Sidney J. Smith at the organ I Later in the evening the bride threw even now South Florida has a num-

: red with Col. Goethals, the builder of nearest neighbor. Miss Wray and other and Mrs.\ Fred T. Brooks on the violin attendants.her bouquet from the stairway to her ber of fine large cattle ranges with .
Miss Florrie
I : the Panama canal, with a view of having dear young people have visited us, rendered a program of wedding musicas and Jones caughtthe growers making money in the busines3

V r I him take charge of the drainage I and gladdened our hearts with the sun- the guests were assembling and bouquet mother. presented it to thebride's With the proof of the profitable nature -

r I of the Everglades. If Mr. Catts can I'fhine.. of- their..bright, happy- young. just. before..,. the entrance YY' of the Un'bridal .Mr...".. _arrfrc.. ....".. Pr. .,.,. loftoff/>... *li", of the business before them,other T7 (% ;
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lives.. Some other dear friends nave party Jiiss brace mmon liard- 'b IUC
ii induce the next legislature to appropriate sang for \ enterprising men an. entering the cat .
V sufficient for the drainage come in to see us, but their names I elot's "Because" and "0 Promise Me.\ reception Montgomery and other tle business and buying acreage for
\I j money recall this time. Promptly at the hour to points, where they will spend theirhone'II1oon. ii Light
l of the 'Glades (a pretty large cannot at appointed : their ranges. ;
t They to visit New
'V! sum), the class of engineers hitherto Quite a number of Christmas pres- the strains of the bridal chorus from Orleans expect Col. Tom Wier, who has been interested -
Mobile and
: l: employed on the canals will be sufficient ents have been given us, and they Lohengrin, the bridal party enteredthe after February, 1 will be at points home and to in the possibilities of stock Asa i
if there is Col. touched a responsive chord in our church. raising in Florida for years, some
i but no money
: 1 1 hearts forth this First the ushers Mr. James B. their friends at 343 Lee street in At
earnest Jt
II, Goethals can do no more than anyone by bringing came lanta. Mrs. twenty years ago sold a tract of land .Feather"
Barge traveled in
God bless all these kind Lee of Jacksonville with Mr. a
else. No high engineering talent is prayer: 'jMay containing 72,000 acres for twentytwoand
donors." The splendid reception speaks Schilling of Atlanta, followed by two coming suit Burgundy broadcloth, one-half cents The : ,
required for the work, only plenty of with moleskin per acre. same
;. canals and ditches. Regulating the well for the town of Starke in generaland other ushers, Mr. Maynard Fuller of of white trimmings. Her blouse land today is valued at $25 per acre, "Talk about I&

surface of Lake Okeechobee depends for the Methodist church in par- Atlanta, with Mr. William Simmons, was embroidered georgette crepe, hand and cattle raising is solely responsible r Guffy'; tempting and

I on so many circumstances that it will ticular. By this we feel inspired to' of this city. Then came two brides- lace. and trimmed with heavy for the value now attached to the wholesome jelly Rofl '

I compose a separate chapter. Col. Geo- give to the church and the city the maids, Miss Mary Higgins, of Jacksonville model Her in hat was a chic Parisian property. Millions of acres which are | ? CalfisBiscuitsaaJotier '
very best service we are capable of and Miss Mary Lou Barge, Burgundy velvet, trimmedin not suitable for
f thals could no more foretell what effect moleskin she growing citrus fruitsor gooi things 1 Mj! bat'
I complete drainage of the 'Glades, rendering during this eccleciasticalyear. sister of the bridgegroom, of Atlanta, and wore gray boots vegetables are well adapted to cattle -
followed by Miss Helen Dean of this gloves. She wore a corsage bou- raising and with the
'I I as well as other extensive drainage quet of orchids.As developmentof !
the Kissimmee river basin would have Last Sunday was spent with my old city, and Miss Florence Jones, of Atlanta this industry and the appreciationof CALUMET
I friends at Hampton where I preachedto niece of the bridegroom. 3rs. Miss Kelly the bride is well its
foretell these
on the big lake than he could known here possibilities great sectionsare A
J the slides in the Panama canal. a very attentive congregation both James McBride Warren, sister of the i having spent the greater becoming valuable. BAKING POWDEICcrtany )
of her life in MB
morning and evening. Hampton will bride, as matron of honor, entered part Jacksonville, and The men who are pioneers in the '
t j has a wide circle of friends here and beats th band
get every fourth Sunday during the next, followed by the maid of honor, cattle growing field, using good business ?
1 f V WHERE IS NEW PORT RICHEY? year, and this city will get all the oth- Miss Marie Hunt. Then came the elsewhere who will wish her every judgment in the work will be- B V for sure results for

er Sundays. It be later that wewill flower girls, little Miss Dorothy Mar- happiness in her married life. Her \ purity, economy and ,
may _n_." I.: _.J_ i- _,.:11 __ ; come the kings of the cattle businessin
I V be able to arrange for this placeto ion Alvarez niece of the bride, and many menus Here will regret to learn a few years, when the industry has gji whobsome baking. ;
mention in the that her
We have seen some marriage will take her to Atlanta
1: I V have every Sunday and take care of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Alva- developed more than at present. The Tell your nether to try .I
r : papers about New Port Richey and Hampton also. I say this because Mrs. rez, with little Miss Elizabeth Batey to reside. market in Florida, as the state is fast V Calumet Eating Powf j
,f. :.V. I have on our desk a beautifully print- Barr is as capable to conduct a religious daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batey. Mr. Barge, who resided in Jacksonville filling with people, will take care of der en the mcney-back .

'i I ed paper called the New Port Richey service as her husband, and if They immediately preceded the bride; some time, is connected with thc the output of practically all the stock t \ guarantee.1 :j
't. J Post. None of the papers praising the Allen J. Krebs Contracting Company,
her services for with
are called she will entering her brother-in-law. and
; in the estab- cf growers, there is always a big demand RtceiredW LiAvvgk
the first state to Nashville I
t 't place as James Birmingham and Atlar.
gladly render them. We are on this McBride Warren, who gave her for the of the ,
products stock Xn CsI Lii
fj' lish an automobile camp have enlightened in ta, being in charge of the Atlanta
field for-service and will do marriage.
we gladly
-J. where it is situated branch farm all over the country. The cattle :uisIIu4c.l. :14
of the firm. He :
V us as is a graduue !
all in the church. They
3 our power for were met at the stcps leading
raiser is who
I one has
;; J of the man always a
-some "in South Florida others engineering deparcn'ent of the
next to tle altar the :
Preaching Sunday morning at by bridegroTi and his market
1 "on the Gulf coast" others, again, "on Georgia School of ready for his production. With
I 11 o'clock. Subject, "Heaven." bst man, his brothpr, Mr. Irvin liaipe Technology and has these land
conditions suitable for the k.. tM.4r44r ,
the Dixie thought the been connected with
Highway. Wot building public
" Preaching Sunday evening at 7 of Atlanta and here the betrothal
of ,
is ,
raising stock going to be in demand
I Post would tell in what its buildings _
county throughout the
r' us South and
o'clock. Subject, "The Value of the ce-tmony took place, followed! by the and will of the best
i 4V V town was located, but it fails to do so. Church." r.ajt'el; vov.s. The benediction was middle West. He has a host of friends prove one
development for the
V V I We are informed that it is somewhere Prayer meeting Wednesday eveningat pronounced at the chancel. who will_ extend his bride a most cordial real intelligent I V
u. estate man.-Tampa Times. '
f: V north of Pinellas county. On the latest 7 o'clock. Subject, "Prayer." The bride, a pretty young woman, welcome on their return to Atlanta

' map we find Port Richey; it is located Let all our friends and members- was radiant in her wedding gown of to reside.

I I, in Pasco county on 'the Pithla- tend the Sunday school at 9:45 Sun- white duchess satin, with overdraper- Among the out-of-town guests at the lax-Fos A MIld. Effective uxatfvi Liver Tonic I j I

chasacotee river while we note in the day morning. and remain for the ser- ies of tulle and pearl trimmings. The I wedding were Mrs. James :Mitchell of Does Not Gripa nor Disturb till Stomach. '\ r ==ssalJl

I V Post that "New" Port Richey is situated vices afterwards.. I am very anxiousfor corsage was of tulle over lace. The Starke; Mrs. Julian J. Jones of Atlanta In addition to other properties,Lax-Fos r2i' v1-"v "i1
I: the Cotee river and there is sister of the contains Cascara in acceptable form, a ;
on bridegroom :Mrs.
S. Iw
our children and young people to long court train fell from her shoul- ; stimulating Laxative andTonic. k >% IiK'3iCheap
V no such river on the map. Is the town hear their ders J. Parker of Brunswick Ga.; Mr. and !.
new pastor at both hours and was caught in cascade effect, acts effectively and does
f: with the same class as "the seven cities :Mrs. Irvin Barge of Atlanta not gripe nor
: I next Sunday. A cordial invitation is with sprays of orange blossoms. Her brother disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids
'. V of Cibola?" extended to all to worship with us. bridal veil of tulle was bonnet effect and sister-in-law of the bridegroom; digestion,arouses the liver and secretions

V,. V The Post is not the only paper in T. L. Z. BARR, and fell to the end of her train, being Miss Floride Jones and Miss\ Mary Lou and restores the healthy functions. SOc.

, 'S the state that is careless about mentioning ,' Pastor. I caught to her coiffure with a sprayof Barge, of Atlanta, niece and sister of -,

. V- what county it hails from but orange blossoms. She carried an Mr. Barge; Mr. Clyde Schilling and NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.

., .i '.' by glancing over the ]legal advertisements JACKSONVILLE JIARKET. arm bouquet of orchids with a showerof Mr. Maynard Fuller, of Atlanta, and i Notice is hereby given that the regular annual -- 11 1 IP 4fl9

: t: one will soon be put right in lilies of the valley. others. meeting of the atockholders of The' _

fr- the matter. The Post has no legal V The matron of honor, Mrs. Warren Bradford County Bank will be held in its banking _
p Dec. 27.-The Interstate
Stockyards -' aiii
t\ P"
f' ads. But wait-here's an ad mention- ,wore pink taffeta with trimmings of ROBERTS-GARDLVER. rooms in Starke. Florida. on Tuesday? ; VI VCAGOO
V Talleyrand avenue, report on the local /
January 9, 1917,
at 7:30 ,
ing vines "suitable for Pasco silver lace p. m. to elect! a
grape and tulle and carried -
live stock market by Williamson & an board of directors
I county," from which it seems probable arm bouquet of white A quiet wedding took for the ensuing year and ;
; Dennis, is as .follows: roses. place at the transaet such other business '
V I i that the town lies in Pasco. Goats 2 to 3 cents. The maid of honor, Miss Hunt, was home of Judge and Mrs.\ Geo. A. Gar- them. as may come [ and big c&nBakkigPowden J

V The town we understand has aboard Sheep. 3 to 5 cents. charming in a becoming girlish frock diner, on Christmas day when their J. H. RITCH. J R.. || save you money. Calnmetdoel-b'l

V V. V of trade and energetic citi ens. Lambs 5 to 7 cents. of peach pink taffeta, with trimmingsof daughter, Miss\ Mary Agnes, was uni- 12222t. Cfehier.i and far euperior to soar milk sad V

: If they want to show the world their Good corn-fed HOSTS., 160 to 230 Ihs..,. tulle! and a touch of gold and sil ted in wedlock to Mr.\ Zach. J. Roberts. ;
'\. advantages, why don't they let it be $7.75@$8.25.V --- --- ver. Tiny chiffon and satin roses in Only a few near relatives were pres- '-

known where the town can be found? Good peanut-fed hogs, 140 to 175 blue and pink were used on the bodice ent. The ceremony was performed by

i: lbs., 725775. and over the shoulders. She wore silver Rev. John Mullady, of Hampton. The .

DRY KILXS OX THE FARMS. Good light hogs 90 to 130 lbs., $6.75 slippers. Her flowers were an arm bride looked lovely in a dress of green ThreeFIne Sbrubbery Coif
@$7.25. bouquet of pink roses. broadcloth trimmed with fur. V

Good pigs, 65 to 90 Ibs., $6.50@$7.25Thin < Miss Higgins wore turquoise blue After partaking of a choice dinner BwaUfyiaf tN tan taawMM B* .*>*.
Farmers in Texas and other Southern pigs and hogs, $6@$6.75.: taffeta: trimmed with tulle and silver the happy couple took the train for at aowll ort. ThIHbZpm&kS7S
V states to kilns Choice corn-fed steers 700 Ibs. and and carried a shower bouquet of pink Jacksonville. At the depot a numberof .".e PBIZB COLLZO'l'IOl'r-PaJmt' iknta. fntIII 'i"
V now begin erect dry piece, U nl<, Ue. flM. Wort fSJ& r'i'
: V V V V for curing sweet potatoes. This statement up $7@$8. sweet peas. their friends had gathered to bid ..' .. "-"I ROYAL I.BC1'ION-PalmI., tn' $b1f ..
will probably sound a little i Good corn-fed steers, 67. Miss Barge was attired in yellow them farewell and the usual attention .V *, 14 pIeOfI, la la*. end, SMt.TKIDE --"d
: V V "luny" to Floridians, for while changes Medium corn-fed steers, $5.50@$6. taffeta, trimmed with tulle and gold vouchsafed newly wedded couples, in ,V tree. tornM. fruIts, foliage pUaU ao4 teal, BEnektte <
\:' ;. to' and progress have been made in other Bean-fed steers $5.25@$6.25. lace and wore gold'slippers. She carried the way of rice, etc., were showered large pIe ,"J'.oo. oa su3e.V t-
akrteb if property' for fre plantar i itlon
t. I t V V branches: of husbandry the mode of Medium-fed steers 500 Ibs. and up a shower bouquet of purple sweet upon them. *. Now Ulutratcd catalog wcloMd wkt .
1 I keeping sweet potatoes, which is as $5.50@$5.75. From Jacksonville they went to visit or free en roquert. Writ today. .1

.f: I t,. old as settlement of the state, has I Grass-fed steers, 500 Ibs. and up, peas.Miss Jones was in lavender taffeta will points in .Georgia after which they .. ..- REASOXEB 917 BROS BejM&et.ROYAL Ay.. OBM PALM: Ha 1rtBI
return to Starke
: t;. V been considered so perfect as to need $4.50@$5. and tulle, with lace trimmings the for a few days, i -.c-., : 'V ,
: r" V .:, no improvement. Yet it maybe improved Bulls, $4@$5.75.Cornfed bodice being of metallic cloth, veiled before going to St. George, Ga., to ijs .

'f" V : so as to keep the tubers sound cows, 500 Ibs. and up $4.50. with tulle. Her flowers were a showerof make their future home. !
for months after those @$5.25. The groom is well known in Starke :
: : ; kept according V pale pink and lavender sweet "
pr : .. to the present method are unfit for I Bean-fed cows, $4.25@$5. Miss Dean wore a frock of peas.pale and Lawtey as one of our most pop- _000000ii

tl. II- : food. The principle is this: Under the Medium cows, 450 lbs. and up, 4@ preen taffeta, with bouffant draperies ular young men. He is a businessman

= :' :c. dry kiln method "the potatoes are cured 425. I and trimmed with silver lace and chif- of fine attainments and will con-

.: -:.. V : the pores in the skins being closed Canners $3.50@$4.( ) .. 1-jon ana__ saim__,' rosebuds. in_ pale. pink. duct a sawmill and cross tie_ business___n____: Yuletide

: .V : by dry heat and the skins become preserving Sorry cows, $2.75.HogsReceipts Her flowers were an arm bouquet of at his new home, while he is still a Greeting :
'. member of the Starke
: .t. jackets." \ heavy, but all grades assorted sweet peas. All of the maids! Telephone Co.
The ,
V : This process has been tried out first finding ready market. Prices steady and the matron of honor wore brides- bride is one of our most lovely -,

by government experts and later by and should not show any further decline maids veils of tulle the shade of their maidens whose beauty and accom- With a full appreciation <*f the Christmas spirit,.wbI4 ,

V. V farmers, and it has proven so efficient ; prospects of advan as yardsare gowns. has plishments and many graces of heart makes all humanity kin, I ff

V' .:.. :t that a farmer in Texas has lately cleared of surplus stock. Do not The dainty little flower made her very popular and whose tf
girls loss
;t, erected a kiln of sufficient capacity to expect top prices except for strictly frocks of pink accordion wore from our society circles will be To old frien&t :
first pleated crepe much felt. I 1
class well finished i
, : i, V $... hold up to 12,000 bushels. Cattle-Receipts medium. Market de chine with bodice of voile of the The Telegraph joins the many To new friends, "' t
i : But dry kilns on the farms are of same shade. Butterfly bows of tulle friends of Mr. and Mrs. '
active and shows Roberts in r- fa ;;
advancingprices for :11: To friends hope have
,.: V.V V use not only for sweet potatoes but good well-finished stock. While infer- were used across the shoulders and wishing them all happiness.ANNOUNCEMENTS.. we -,'
q : yet more so for peas and beans. Both they wore bows of pink tulle their
V on zerv4e
:; ior and thin stock will sell promptlyat hair. The officers of this Baiikiof : for all and.toJl
: the navy bean and the black-eyed pear Each little tot carried a gold
V a price it will Chrztm3t4best
pay to put firm extend friendly greetings'for a ijierry
grow here as well as anywhere but filled with roses and pind rose
flesh and, fat on your stock and improve wishes for the New Year. if
:, V the difficulty of curing them properly petals, which were strewn in the path-
r ji has been that few the breed so that they will grow of the bride. The Daughters of the Confederacywill If Wines with J.OI-
: V so great very ever and fatten way ;:_ you are not doing us we w otj |
quicker and
meet next
:::tt V <: reach the market. Given a dry kiln you more money and make cheaper better, bring beef. I After the ceremony the bridal party January 3rd, at Wednesday afternoon, to. We want to see your lace in oUr bank often doaf|

V:1 V V the curing of the legumes mentioned Sheep-Receipts light. Demand left the church to the strains of Men- M. Brownlee and two-thirty.Mrs. S. E.- Brownleewill Mrs. J. the coming year, and if you are in need of a buss****
r.. : as well as velvet beans, cowpeas etc., delssohn's-Wedding ,
: good and steady. March and repaired entertain the Chapter their friend we want to be that frienLComeintoseeuswhetherhJstofransactt ;
; % V should be easy and thus enable those Goats-Receipts to the home of the bride's'sister, at be
.. V c farmers who have suitable land average. Good fat home.
JV to add Mrs.
James McBride
; : :: :; V more produce to their list of saleables. prices.goats will find prompt market at top street, where a reception was, on held Perry for The Loyal Temperance Legion will that profits us or just for one of the many little it i tlC

t Those who take sufficient interest in the wedding party and relatives of the hold their monthly meeting next Fri- modations that a well organized >ank offoitu, ::.

.1 rV the matter and wish for more information couple. day, January 5th, at three-thirty, at ters noL We are alwajft glad toihave our friendi 01t
; JOHN WRITE & Co. the and always glad \o be of service to thfV
V should write to the commissioner The rooms of the lower floor were Baptist church. I we are

.V of agriculture Washington, for pamphlets LOUWVJLUI.KT.liberal tastefully and artistically decorated The Methodist Missionary Society whatever way we may ,ie. if

V t S' on the subject We consider it MMrtaMt with palms, ferns and other growing will hold their regular meeting next f, 1i
: } V V of enough importance to urge our farmer sad fell vafM p M plants, with quantities of cut flowers. .

V V V. .V friends to. do so. ::'FURSH. In the drawing room white roses and Thursday afternoon, at three o'clock, tarke J
:1 carnations were used to advantage at the Methodist church. Bank of :

V V Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System GMt....aklaa and while in the living room pink carna- The W. C. T. U. will meet next Mon

V i 't '. _.V., Tie Old Standard general itrengthenlng tonic tions Receiving were most with effective.the i day afternoon, January 1st at three ; E. S. :'(TTHEWS Pi*; TEDV.HALLIGAfrM:
\ V GROVES TLSTZLESSChWTONXC'd110t couple were their o'clock, at the Methodist ...
V church. ,,
1: i I llaJarla.eerIcheI the the.y. bought at this office. attendants and Mrs. M. L. Johns : r l VVb ." J' 01Cc
.i-. Atraetonk. For-V **ins-.nd children....... 50e.. Trespass cards for sale at this office. mother of the bride, and Mrs. Lucy L. Clean cotton
V not ,
V 43, rags, too small, .
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-- J. M. Truby is loading another car PAUL KNIGHT CELEBRATES ttttt 11111111111I11 t6h9 t'J+t OtvJ.R.Davis !

with sweet potatoes. BIRTHDAY. I, ttfttf i
l j

] Miss Louise Mattox, of Jacksonville, On Thursday, the 21st inst., Master t ______ : i
visited relatives here during the week.
a IbitsofLocaif Paul Knight, little son of.Mr. and Mrs.D. of I BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law. +

I Harold Wall is visiting his aunt, E. Knight, celebrated his fourth f Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. tt : & Company \ \
birthday by giving a party to a num- Morning service, 11:00; Sunday +
Mrs. S. T. Dell in I
Information ber of his little friends. I 7:30 P. M. Visitors cordially + :

Ethel Griffin, Iris Epperson and Lau- invited to attend. +. '
Mrs. W. E. Middleton of I
.ulaul ... WTiyeaea rie Tomlinson assisted in entertaining + i
II _-: alai \ was visitor to Starke Tuesday. |
M MalC.w11'-- r.... a the small guests, and the afternoon I CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman, + i

JL passed most happily with games and .. minister. Preaching the first + :
John P. Sapp, of Sapp Station, had
an impromptu program of music and f and third Sundays in each + <
+ Ii business in Starke Thursday. Starke Florida
: recitations. The interesting little host f month. Forenoon sermon at 11 :L ,

Louis r H. Hill, of LaW*ey, had business Judge J. T. Wills, of Gainesville, Augustus Long is a guest this weekof played a duet with his mother, which I and evening sermon at 7:30. + <( :
the first of the week in Starke. remarkable for his
Monday. spent was one of age. I Church board meeting the first +
in Starke Henry Gray, of Gainesville.
\.. The guests ate this happy little affair f Sunday in each month. Loyal +
s. of rebuilding the ice fac- Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent showered their small host with many .. Daughters meet every Friday tafternoon'at
.f The work vigorously. Christmas day in Lawtey with Mrs. D. J. Byrd, of Graham, was trans- gifts that delight the heart of a boy. .. 4 o'clock. 'Ladies +

/ tory is going on Adkins' mother, Mrs. M. E..Edwards. acting business in Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Knight served dainty goodies in I.. Aid Society meets the first Frit

r Sunolia Vaughn went to Jack- the dining room, which was decorated t. day in each month at 3:30 p. m. + Wall'
Miss Miss Ella May Long went to Gaines-
Tuesday to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Denmark and suitably for the Christmas season, and I'. Sunday school every Sunday +
t gonville ville Wednesday afternoon to visit her
s daughter, Miss Mamie, spent the holi- in the center of the pretty table was a f at 10 a. m. Everybody welcome +
friend Miss Ada Hiers.
r I New days with relatives in Jacksonville. lovely white cake on which burned four I. at these services.EPISCOPALDr. + r1'd'i Black.Draasbt
'I Dance at the Armory candles. f
' Mrs. Mabel Duncan and little son tI' Is the"ttj medicine
Year's night. Dance at the Armory NewYear's William the holidays at the The invited guests were Mary Brownlee M. M. Fryer'priest +
spent "
Ruby Davis Iris Vir- laver used, writes J.A.
Epperson, }
I in charge. Sunday school +
home of Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law.
Mrs. W. V. McLean visited relativesin night.Miss ginia Weeks, Owen Griffin, Ethel Grif I' at 10 a. m. Morning prayer + Steelman, of Pattonrtle: ,Texts."I .
, Wednesday. fin, Walter McDonald, Jr., Charles Lucian -
in the Lawtey section Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams I. and 11 o'clock. Event
Sara Sweat, of Inverness, spent spent Kickliter, Allan Long, Richard : suffered terribly with Bret
here with her father, Mr. Christmas with relatives at Lake But- I. ing prayer and sermon, 7:00 +
the Long Lourie Tomlinson Annie
down from Jacksonville holidays Long,
t R. 0. Daniel came troubles could relief.
ler. get no
II o'clock. Choir rehearsal Wednesday jtod
r and family. -
to spend Christmas with his T. W. Sweat, Mary Canova, Julian Canova, Morrell
t Smith, Hazel Adkins, Ruth Sternberg, t 7 p. m. Come and worship t The doct94 said! I had coo-
; family here. Miss Emma Powell went down to Mr Frank Hilliard, of Chattanooga, Lottie Rosenberg, Marguerite Man- I. with us. I
Tenn. is the with stun_. I could oc4 work it
Miss Rhoda Lagergren, of Jackson- Palatka last week, to be with her sister spending holidays sell, Joseph Poppell, Mary Ella Ed- I' tt -,
relatives in Starke.
= ville, spent the holidays with relativesin Mrs. Maude Fields. wards, William Edwards, Elise Jones, METHODIST-Rev. John A. tI. aH Finally'I! tried .

Starke. Wilda Young, Etholin White, Florence, Hendry, pastor. Sunday school fI.
:;J. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Poppell have as Miss Edyth Crosby, the at Brooker Telegraph'stalented Elizabeth and Leila Dea Andrews, I at 9:45 A. M. Morning serP TiiEDFORO'SHACK
their this week Mrs. Simms and correspondent was Louise Peek William
Mercantile Company guests Duncan, Vivian
The Andrews in Starke last I' vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening tI.
furniture for Miss Bacon, of Pembroke, Ga. Friday. and Nettie Mae Fowler, of Lake But-
to get your
is the place service, 7:30 o'clock.PRESBYTERIANRev.. iSI'
i ler; Lucy Penny Fender, of Dasher, [
J: Mrs. C. W. Liddon, of Jacksonville, For Rent-House near Quigley Ga.; Charles Larson, Jr., of Water- tI' -
Williams arrived came down Tuesday to visit Rev. and Lumber Co's lumber yard. Recently town. H. G. tII
,Miss May Blossom overhauled. C. R. r
Ensey.J. Dennison Pastor. tt
I last week to spend a while with herr Mrs. H. G. Denison.We Sunday
school at 9:45 A. M. Preaching ..
aunt, Mrs. Elmer have got a couple of nice well T. Reaves, of Gainesville, was t services at regular hourS. +
Avery G. Powell, editor of the built mule fits'! we will sell for $2_5. transacting busines sin Starke tues- i I very pretty wedding occurred at 4. Morning service at 11 A. M.; +

Times made us a pleas- The A. D. Andrews Mercantile! Co. day. I II. Evening service, 7. Visitors +
' Lake Butler the home of Mr. George Cone Decem- cordially invited to worship + and to r.. surprise, I got better, ;

ant call, Saturday. Miss May Peek, of Daytona, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of ber 24th, the contracting parties being t with us. t.tttt and am tl-tlay as well as any
Mr. Alonzo Miss
'! Mr. C. C. Roundtree, of Hawthorne, the past two weeks here at the homeof Ocala Starke., were among the holiday visitorsto Miller. The ceremony Goodge was and performedby Delia 1111111 If 1111 | ++f f* man."Tnfdford'KBlack- i

was a guest of Mr. N. T. Ritch last her brother, Col. C. L. Peek. the Rev. A. J. Collins in the pres- Draughi Is i general, cathartic,

week. The late heavy rains have made the I E. L. Prescott, of the Waldo sec ence of about sixty-five persons. Many Neglected Colds Grow Worse.A vegetable! ; Liver medicine, that }

up" oat fields and vegetable gardens flour- tion, was transacting business in were the congratulations and well has been' regulating Irregularities -
A flock of crows is "hanging Starke wishes of those present that they ,
Tuesday. cough that racks and irritates
around Starke. Crows are seldom seen ish. might have a joyful, happy and pros- throat may lead to a serious chronic of tw ,liver stomach and

here. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and children Miss Ellen Gnann, who is now living perous life.After cough, if neglected. The healing pine bowels, forjover 70 fears. Get

in Okahumpka, was a visitor hera last I spending a short honeymoonthe balsams in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar HoneyNature's
When you want good flour come to left Tuesday for Jasper, where they newly weds will go to housekeeping. a package today. Insist on the
week. .
L the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company will spend several days with her par- own remedy-will soothe genuine--Thedford's, E70ForEather
ents. and relieve the irritation, breathingwill
:; : Mrs. S. F. Hamrick had as Christ- be easier and the antiseptic prop- :

mas guests Misses Carolyn and Mary LAKESIDE SCHOOL. erties will kill the which re- it -
The Young Trading Company have Mr. W. B. Hodges, of Tampa, came germ
Evelyn Richard, of Jacksonville.Miss tarded Have it handy for
shipped another carload of cross ties up Saturday to join Mrs. Hodges and healing.
;a Our Christmas tree and the exercises throat and chronic bron-
. this week. spend a few days in Starke. His croup, sore
.w,: many friends were glad to greet him. Hazel Brown went to Gaines- were successful. We have only chief affections. Get a bottle today. ndSoiiPICTURES

M Mr. Blanchard Law, who is attending ville Tuesday to visit Miss Bessie Mc- eight pupils, two about grown and six Pleasant to take. At all Druggists,

i! Columbia College, is spending theIi Fish and Cedar Key oysters fresh Cormick. wee tots. In the exercises there was 25 cents. (1)) 36

holiday season with his parents, Ret. daily at Handy Brymer's. 10-13-tf. not a single break and every one pres- -
Gary Ennis left Thursday for Tam- ent gave much credit to the teacher 360 ARTICLES
and Mrs. W. G. Law.
f' Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and children pa, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and pupils. Miss Grace Lanier was LASSIFIE

last W. B. Ennis. praised to the fullest extent. Santa ? EACH MONTH
went to Jacksonville Wednesdayto V
Dance at the Armory New visit her sisters Mrs. Woodward and was a bumper. V ADVERTISING ON AU. NEWS STANDS

Year's night. Mrs. Griffin, and also to attend Miss J. H. Prescott is having a stylish A WITNESS. :r .
Belle marriage.L. and commodious bungalow built on his
Kelly's FOR SALE-Two choice lots near de 15 Cents
place the Peek road, east of Starke. BUSINESS MEETING.The 1
?tt W. P. Robinson, cashier for Cunningham on pot. C. R. Ensey.

Jacksonville, spent Christ- E. Jordan spent the holidays at 1 .
mas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sycamore, Ga. Those who are in Mr. Homer Limbaugh, of the Georgia annual business meeting of the FOR SALE-Ford Car, roadster-A

i.l P. Robinson.J. Jordan's confidence think his next tripto Technological School, Atlanta, is Baptist church will be held on Wed- bargain. J. T. Quigley.

that place will be likely to bring results spending the holidays with his parents, nesday night of next week, January i

M. Alvarez has bought a ''ne Mr. and :Mrs..T. N. Limbaugh.Mr. 3, 1917. This is an important meet- LOST-Package containing skirt, cap, TMAGAZLNC ,

Bui$car from the Marks Buick Com- ing and every member ought to be sweater, fascinator. Finder will
pany;; and his fleet trotter gets a well I Mrs. Catherine Lee has as her guests and Mrs. R. A. Thomas and lit- present. kindly return same to Stump's store WNTTCR SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND? IT :.

earned rest. this Christmas Mr. and Mrs. William tle daughter, of Palatka, were guests A happy_ New Year to all. Engine/ring All the Creat and Events Invention in Mechanics.throughout '

Summers and Miss Emma Summers, during Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. G. LAW, MONEY We negotiate loans on improved the W ofl!!.are described in an interest ;

Mrs. David Jones and daughter, Mrs. all of Washington, Ill. This party C. Thomas, of this city. Pastor. I city property. radford IDI readen mariner.each month.It they*.occu 3,000000fhopholssodbbetierw. .

D. W. Moore, are on a visit to Ft. left Wednesday to visit St. Augustine. County Abstract Co. 12-22-2t. SStfffiSSthe
e Pierce and other points of interest on Frank uoiungswortn rejoices overa "
i ihopnl> how to make reptln it home.
the East Coast. Trespass cards for sale at this office. consignment of very fine Irish potatoes MUST ACT AT ONCE. WANTED AT ONCE-5500 bush- AmatiarlUchsnle* gflpKj oot: dam: "
' which sent him Christ-
/ was as a els
w v sweet potatoes, only good smooth 1
and chil You'll have to to catch this mas present from relatives in South 'hhoowttobaiadbo.taam wneieti. rebLeetes .
All kinds of staple goods hurry The arrangement made by the Bankof stock accepted. Brown & Son. 2t.

; dren's coats at the Andrews Mercan- Metropolitan special. Two years for Dakota. Starke for the sending of an expert S) ate roll......UII...."IT....1I,0001EII.,..Seer IfPrtea DUliXS.lY.1
tile Company. $2, until January 10, 1917. Will ap- here to vaccinate hogs calls for the FOR SALE-Restaurant doing good to. 11ft'".Wrf pee 1 at tarn S car a w.iri pofatukm.Ctutofu .cntMii.or .. i
Mrs. Zoe McCarl and little daughter W aflMl eau tae ewer
orders. Miss Nannie business. Will bear close investigation. 1
.r preciate any pledging of certain number of swineto *cl MMhmkal Bo k.tn w roc-
The handsome Japonica bushes in Howell, Starke. Zoe Louise, of St. Augustine, are a Box 131, Starke, Fla. 10-13-tf. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE
y. ,4 the yards of Mrs. G. C. Livingston, visitors at the home of Dr. A. L. Scott be treated. Only about half of the N North McllIaAve..M,CMcac* 1
number have far. The .
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and Mrs. J. M. Rev. Geo. F. Scott and family, of Mrs. McCarl is a sister of Mrs. Geo.F. been pledged so FOR SALE-Formerly Kachelhofer .j,
Scott. advertisement containing the pledge place, eight lots and house. Price Mteltaitlet .fftrt-M premiums
Truby are now in full bloom. Arcadia, are visiting his father, Dr. Popal.r
1 blank is published in the Telegraphthis reasonable. C. R. Ensey. 4..* not trio in "ctMing lint. end
relatives here.
A. L. Scott, and other week for the last time. Persons melon no Wfcifert t., "''iubnrU>tionlA J
+ Mrs. children friends Miss Anna Canova is spending the
E. W. Stewart and Mr. Scott's many are very
interested must fill out and mail the
/ \ LeRoy and Louise, visited relatives in glad to greet him. Christmas holidays in Lake City, the FOR SALE-Camphor trees. Under 4
1:< Jacksonville the early part of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Canova. blank at once, if the services of the 20 inches high, 20 cents each; 21 to .
expert are to be secured. The matter 28 inches, 30 cents 29 to 35 inches, < k Y our
week. Miss Canova is being delightfully en- ; ? "
Dance at the Armory to I
must be definitely arranged by Jan-
. tertained by old friends.Mr. 40 cents. W. B. Kuhl, Starke.

= ; Miss Oleta Cross, of Montpelier, night. Admission 25 cents.Mrs. uary abandoned.The 10th .or the plan will have to be 12-8-2t. 1

:_' Miss., will arrive tomorrow to visit :: and' :Mrs. W. L. Cochran, of
;:; her cousin, Mrs. A. V. Long, and other : Silas Kite arrived home Saturday Jacksonville, and daughter, Miss Fred- Inter-State Vaccine Companygoes SEED PEANUTS.-I have the N. C.
to heavy expense in sending their Flat Vine Seed Peanuts. They are
. relatives. evening from Jacksonville, dy Mae Hedpecock, are spending .
fp' expert here by automobile and could new crop and sound. Write today
: where she had been an inmate of a Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. 1.j
; not incur this without some for prices. H. T. Hall, Lowell, Fla.
Break your cold or lagrippe; with a hospital and undergone an operation.Mrs. F. Canova. :Mrs. Cochran is a sister 12-22-tf. j
definite of reasonable
Jew doses of 666. Kite is not able to be up as yet of Mrs. Canova. assurance a COFFEESBesi j
amount of work to be done by him.
but is rapidly improving. Fill out and send in the blank at once FOR SALE-About 32 acres of land 1i
Mrs. Q. H. Masters and little son Some parents made the mistake" if want hogs vaccinated. partly cleared and fenced, with > i

' Quincy, Jr., of Okahumpka, visited I Mr. J. A. Boyd, accompanied by her Christmas of giving air rifles to boys you BANK your OF STARKE. house and well. Crop can be made 1

I M/*. Master's sister, Mrs. Dan Boree, I sister, :Miss Leacy Harris, were in altogether too young to handle such ". this year. Reasonable price. Terms.C. By Every Test '

,, last week. Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Harris lives in things. A bullet from the gun in the R. Ensey. 1

Leesburg and is visiting relatives near hands of a little tot will put out an COMMERCE. .
Hon. P. L. Gaskins and "Mr. Frank Maxville. Miss Harris is of Maxville. eye or break a window as sure as if --------- ----- --1----0-- --
+ (Quoted) H
; Hilliard, of Jacksonville, spent Christmas The trip was made by car. fired by a grown person.
y here with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. For Winteij Colds

s Richard. :Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, :Mr.: and Mrs. A. E. Moitt enjoyed a I come no more in grey disguise, t1

who had spent the holidays with her family reunion during the holidays, With grasping hands and greedy eyes, You need s real tonic. Strength Is required to overcome I

Miss May Fripp, who is teaching parents, Dr. and :Mrs. J. C. Wills, returned when they had as guests Mr. and Mrs.L. Living on larceny and lies. the catarrhal trouble.condition Let that, and tonic you be can one eon thJt
this term in Live Oak, spent Christ- to their home, Jacksonville, C. TUoitt, of Dinsmore, Mr. and Mrs.C. acute catarrh; it may become cb1'<)III-. Chronic catarrh frequently *.1

mas here with her uncle, Mr. L. C. Wednesday. They were accompaniedby P. Tison, of Jacksonville: and Mrs.P. No longer do my mighty hosts :: tract becomes aa well systemic aa the, nose involving or throw th* stomach It means and stagnation.the intestinal ;j J

Powell. and family. Dr. Wills. E. Johns and little daughter, of Of ministers and servants boast PERUNA IS INVIGORATIONIt J
s .
Hampton.Mr. most. 31
Of giving least and getting Inflammation
dispels the
Dance at the Armory to- Geo. E. Andreu has assisted in s&:- and tones clears op away the system.the waste For matter fortj-Eve years it has been usedin ,

ing the Peterson stock of Texas horses : John H. Baisden, a prosperous But now, with eyes greed cannot blind, catarrh by thousands of grateful- sufferers, who willingly 4
of their relief. Peruna's long history of
tell the world
. night.Admission 25 cents. helpful'j
and :Mules. :Mr. Andreu was formerlyin farmer and stock raiser of Kenansville With open hands and willing mind, ness is the best evidence 'j

the U. S. Artillery service and has Osceola county, spent the holidays in I live in service to mankind. ,.,......_. (that you should tablet take.form for con- Hit i;
Liquid your
Mr. L. D. Register and family left had an opportunity to show some good Starke with his mother, Mrs. Adaline .-1:'''*.A venience.Manalin.or a I

last Wednesday morning for Palatka, horsemanship during the past few Baisden, and brothers and sisters. Hewas And hold him first among the rest -' lnwararaartatgrau aatcoaoaawr liver tonic. Is In the tablet Ideal form laxative it is deli-and c!

their future home. The best wishes of days, including the roping of skittish accompanied by his sons \Messrs. who bears this motto on his breast: =,==- clone to take, mild and effective without j i
their Starke friends with animals.D. =: =-=- -_ Z7.. v unpleasant effects, and will not i'l
many :
go Geo. W. and Gus Baisden. who serveth best! a.=
He profits most ; -. LOO
them. =: :----7-=== ::: form a habit. LIQUId SSc and $ ; .J.
'&: ===- tablets, lOc and 26c.

Boree, of this city, who owned Mrs. R. 0. Daniel, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell THE PERUNA CO.CoIunsboa.O. ,'. }
4 'arr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell had as the Central Hotel in Wauchula, a 20- and Miss Onie Edwards attendedthe Catarrh Cannot Be Curedwith ,

' tteir guests Christmas day Mr. T. J.PfppdVof room structure, had the misfortune to marriage of Miss Belle Bowden LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they -

Titusville, Dr. Shepherd, of lose it through fire on December 20th. Kelly to Mr. Otis Alvin Barge, which cannot Catarrh reach is a local the seat disease of the greatly disease.Influenced ii

k CwquHt, Ga., and Mrs. H. Tomlinson, Nothing was saved. An insurance of was solemnized Wednesday evening at by constitutional conditions, }
..ofLakt'Butler.TISH and in order to cure it you must fLOWERSFORALL
., $1,800 will only partially cover the St. Mary's Episcopal church, Jackson- take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh OCCASIONS
t r- loss. Mr. Boree-who had been at ville. Cure is taken internally and
acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces -
: -Antiseptic, relieves Wauchula, returned to Starke Wednes- of the system. Hall's Catarrh '' yS
sprains etc. day. Cure was prescribed by one of the best
1'm Mr. F. F. Flume, of the Hampton physicians in this country for years. It
1 section, is soon to become a citizen of Is composed of some of the beet tonics
1-1 known. combined with some of the
.J. E. Mrs. J. R. Davis, according to her Starke, having bought the Ch.s. E. best blood purifiers. The perfect com-
$*r, of Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. L. custom, sent a bountiful Christmas Brown farm, known as the Newman bination of the Ingredients in Hall's JACKSONVILLE.FLA. F
Catarrh Cure Is what produces such
ff Xcrgan, Mrs. Dan Boree, Miss Ellen dinner to the prisoners at the county place, just east of the town limits. wonderful results In catarrhal condi .
.kamn .and Mrs. Q. H. Masters, of jail This kind action was much appreciated Mr. Flume is a son-in-law of our well- tions. Send for testimonials free.
i > F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo O. WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWNi' h
:Vobunpka, motored over to Green I the the unfortunates, who known fellow-townsman, Mr. Perry E. An Druggists, 75c. ,

CM. Springs Wednesday. showered blessings upon the donor. Dover. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. .

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f' 360-ACRE FLORIDA FABM and raise all the feed necessary for "Idle workmen who would not ac I ,

6 KILLED IN SEA WHICH NETS $25,000 A YEAR their use.. 1 keep five head of pure-: GEN.BISSINGEX- cept the'work offered them were taken t

blooded Jerseys for home use and fine by force to Germany. They also re : mJBOUTp'

! no trouble in selling two-year-old heif- ceived wages, but less than were given { ,
MEO d ,
I Sixteen J. R. Davis, a na- oil t
years ago who enrolled themselves
BOARD WRECK ers at $200."Referring. PLANS REASON those as I i th' <
tive Floridian, came to Bartow and e lureii' ..
>. to the hay crop I raise free laborers; I hope that it will notbe Thebeati 'f1. '
I leased a six-acre tract on what is now
around 380 tons of tay each As necessary to apply these measures j
the Dixie Highway, a mile north of stated before, most of this is year.turned except in exceptional cases. A large
4 ,< Cl NEAR LAKE CITY Bartow.. foresight and hard workit DEPORTATION I sl :
: By back into the soil for humus, cutting part of the simple people have in them[ ;
has been brought to its present
only what the stock require. At timesI sane business, and it is by tens of MUTA
state of perfection. The farm today
workers have
sell some to my neighbors to help thousands that Belgian l
360 of the best soil
comprises acres
out their shortage.. I not in the gone already into Germanw, where
r \ WRECKAGE CAUGHT FIRE to be found in the state of Florida. am GOV-GENERAL OF BELGIUM
hay market, and do not care to be. It they were placed on the same footingas I -

I.! .r AND BURNED THE VICTIMS This parts acreage by the Dixie is divided Highway.in almost Most equal of worth more to me as a soil builder SENDS NOTE TO SENATE German worL.ersThey have car LI 'IEN;
than those which :
than it is for hay ed wages higher they : ,
the land is what is known as medium
, .
, The shipping season commences on have ever received in Belgium, supporting ,
\ TWO high hammock land and the rest is the E
TWO FIREMEN, the farm about Nov. 1, and some idea BELGIUM CITIZENS themselves and their families coonlortAff. I

!i CONDUCTOR AND BRAKEMAN best quality of pine land. cf the volume of produce sent out from DREW HIS ATTENTION TO while their companions live in miseryin ,Hona'. M..rI".L.. .v,' -
Of this 360 acres, 90 acres is in
REPORTED KILLED the state vf cultivation. this one farm alone may be gained DANGER OF IDLENESS. Belgium. (jootlot
highest < By"cultivation" ::0:
I whtr it' is stated that an average of "Iou must acknowledge, after these 1/OfII0QI Ad.V";
it that it is Qen1' r:4
means ..
pro- of details thanks the ; ." 'r.
25' that to
ca s vegetables are shipped during transportation
: LAKE CITY, Dec. 22-Sji men were the ducing its each maximum.acre is producing Every day some in the season. HAVRE, Dec. 26.-The reply of of idle Belgians to Germany, Bel 1 : Cpta, BUlnI, t ,
reported killed, only one member of The success of the Davis farm is an General von Bissing, German Gover- gian economic interests are entireysafeguarded. ::7Sc,50cl.
Attt _
that has valueor
the crew escaping, when a double header crop a present money ocular and financial demonstration of nor-General in the occupied portion of When you treat the ." .L. '
has intrinsic worth in
I freight train of the Seaboard Air an increasingthe what brains and work can do, and is a Belgium, to the protests of Belgian workers in this manner you render
quality and fertility of the soil.
i Line rain into a washout near McKinley conclusive and complete refutationthat Senators and Deputies now Jiving in them a better service than if you allow

i: 69 miles west of Jacksonville, early this; carefully been done that and it painstakingly is conservatively has Florida "sand" is worthless and Brussels] against the deportation of them to refuse to work, and when you x .

I 1 this morning, at the same time "not equal to the value of a postage Belgians, has been received by the Bel- oblige the German authorities to take
estimated that the cost of bringing 100
J f crashing into a turpentine car.. Both stamp." When you come to Florida gian government. It is addressed to severe measures, it has been neces-
acres of this farm to its present
engines turned over, the cars piling up state of productivity up has averaged this winter over the Dixie Highway, M. Favereaux, president of the Senate sary to use harshness in taking work- ',-'
t I and catching fire. The wreck is burn- stop and see the best farm where the and was: men, and also if employed have been : jJ J
and the rest of the
$600 acre, acre-
f I ing, d it is feared it will] be impossible age at per a cost of $250 per acre. To brains and fertilizer mixed produce i "Since the beginning of the war, a taken, the blame must be laid upon :<. :..tF- J

I T to bring out the bodies of any of some these_ figures__ mav_ seem_ _hih._ but_ __ results- ; .the. farm. of. ,.the "Florida. large part of the Belgian laborers have the mayors who have refused to hand : '!
the victims. when the net un m n. t;racxer," wno nas led the way in pro- abandoned work. One reason was the over lists of the idle, or where lists ESPECIALLY{
profits acre are given -
:'I Engineers E. M. Lee and C. M. Cox- it will be seen that this cost is far gressive and intelligent handling of stoppage of numerous industrial undertakings were in&ccurate." ADAPTSOUR }:;

i well and Conductor C. R. Payne of below its worth. Florida soils and who has blazeJ the for lack of material, caused '- : FOR YOUR j jFR'EE
Jacksonville were said to have been ; way for others to follow; the finest by the isolation created by the en- STAt
Carrying out the scheme of progressive IRISH PRISONERS TO BE FREED. =
I farm on the Dixie Highway, bar Another is the refusal work.
killed. Two firemen and a brakeman farming, there has been installedon none. emy. to
-By E. A. Moreno in Dixie Highway: The[ continuance of this
also were said to be killed Only one long situation 1
a greater part of the farm a perfect :
; man, W. V. Varnadoe, flagman, of system of overhead irrigation, Magazine. began to be felt by evil effects, and as Friends of Irish Freedom in Boston

Jacksonville, escaped, it is said. administrator of the occupied territory :,'
the "Skinner
known To
Relief and wrecking trains were those who are unfamiliar with this THIRD CHRISTMAS OF THE CONFLICT I had a duty, conformable to international Call Ireland Ally of Germany. -, ";;.:
LONDON Dec.. 26.-The '
rushed from here and practically the law, to take adequate corres-
it may be explained that by this is IN EUROPE PASSES. pondents of the morning in (
entire town of Lake City has turned measures.
meant a system of overhead galvanized parliament believe the of Irish CATALOGED
majority j
in the flames. :
out to assist fighting water pipes, supported at His Attention Drawn
Information in the office of the division proper LONDON, Dec. 26-.The third prisoners captured after the rebellion -
of the railroad intervals, and placed fifty feet apart Christmas of the European war 'Clear-sighted Belgians in the will be released shortly. Their 5
superintendent over the fields. These pipes have small pass- spring of 1915, drew attention to I PRICE
my belief is based of the
here is on account of wire ed without much fighting on the British on reports sym- LIST '
meager holes along their entire length, in the dangers of idleness and distastefor
and French fronts, where pathetic statement of Henry E. Duke, I
troubles. virtually
\ which are inserted brass nozzles, and only the artillery was active and work. They showed that assis- chief secretary for Ireland, in reply to SEND FOR"I j
when the water is turned into the pipe men tance from whatever direction it
came made John Dillon THEM
I were feasted and entertained as much. a question by one .. TODAY j
SWEET POTATOES A SPLENDID under pressure the result is that a as was compatible with the sterner i constituted finally a burden upon the of the Irish leaders in the house of o .11
soft, continuous shower over the plantsas economic ]life of Belgium and brought last that
business of war. commons, night, indicating
: FOOD. long as is required- The cost ef The Roumanians' first Christmas, with it also idleness.. The result was the chief secretary and premier were K1AUN 5IfB''JAtIISONVIUf

this system, all parts included, will participants in the war, witnessed hea-as that the working people deteriorated inclined to release the prisoners. Mr. "

With the advent of an apparent scar- average close to $350 per acre at pres- vy fighting on the Roumanian front. physically and morally) and that especially Duke said there has been a steady s?! ,

city in the supply of some food prOducts ent prices for piping and engines.. The Roumanians yielded ground at different skilled laborers lost their capacity course of improvement toward the
:r which In addition to this system of irrigation and could not be in
in the United States, scarcity points, under German employed appeasement of Ireland in the past "
is evidenced by the high prices which is an insurance against and north of the Buzeu-Rimnik pressure road, time of peace in Belgian industry.. few months.

I;:. {' prevailing throughout the entire country drouth, there has been installed on the Russians lost a height, while in "Guided by those motives and in collaboration full Supply of il
the bureau of markets of the Text most of the farm a model system of with competent Belgian
: t the northwest of
corner Dobrupja Call Ireland of _
t state department of agriculture sub-drainage, by means of three-inch where the Russo-Roumanian retreat ministers, my decrees against idleness Germany COFFINS AND CA

. feels bound by a sense of duty to call clay tiling, which not only takes care has taken place, the Germans were issued in August, 1915, and supplemented BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 26.Resolutions .

I f' the attention of the consuming public of surplus rainfall, but serves to aer- attack at the bridge head of began Matchin an by a decree of May 15, 1916 calling for a statement of Ger- All Sizes and Quallikr'ei

: f to at least one food article through ate the soil thoroughly, thus allowing after occupying the towns of These decrees did not anticipate compulsory many's position toward Ireland were I I-II

.' r which a degree of relief may be had. the beneficial bacteria, so necessaryto Tultcha. Isakispeand labor, except when a person' adopted last night at a meeting of all I Always on Hand

:' This commodity is the southern: sweet plant life, to develop and propa- The Russians claim to have inflicteda out of work, being offered comfortable its affiliated branches in greater Bos-

.I I. potato, which is extensively grown in gate. The cost of this system will ap- loss on the Austro-Germans when wages corresponding to his skill, refused -. ton of the Friends of Irish Freedom. RE SoNA&E jn'l
I f' Texas and is one of America's most proximate $100 per acre. the latter attempted to to work with sufficient reason, I The resolutions set forth the claim PRICES

valuable food products and comparison Mr. Davis believes in diversified heights Sunday in the wooded recapture the and became a charge upon the public I that Ireland has fully established her '
will show that it is far superior tot farming, and on every acre this systemis the Carpathians.The benevolence. I recognized expresslyas right to be regarded as an ally of Germany ,J. C. CONE .:;
t t the Irish potato, which is considered practiced. While almost every known Macedonian and Italian frontsare a motive for legitimate refusal a and ask that no peace agreement i i L wter, M Florid*. )
t one of our most valuable and economic crop is produced on the farm, there void of momentous reason based upon international law be signed by Germany with .
sources of food.Comparisons are what is known is "principal crops" for any activity that no worker could be forced to do land "until the freedom of EnJ/1 i / r- r.
and there are featured. These consistof except artillery. war work. ... ..,
: show that sweet pota- Mounted British aided guaranteed. A copy of the resolu. : < "
troops, by
toes when cooked, contain approxi- lettuce, cabbage, English peas, eggplants the aircraft, have carried the strong Conform to Right tions was sent to Secretary of State a. ....t"'

mately 31 per cent less water; 16 2-3 beans, potatoes (both Irish and position at Maghdaba, twenty miles "The decrees were founded upon Lansing with the request that h! I I General'lnsura c '

per cent more protein, 2,000 per cent sweet) and peppers. from El Arish, which the British considerations' of health and conform transmit them to the German foreign I ,1
more fat, over 100 per cent more carbohydrates The scheme of cropping followed is Thursday.. Great Britain captured to the right which, without doubt, sub-" office. \ I represent none but ill

10 per cent less ash and this: In the fall the first crops are incomplete reports show that eleven says ordinates industrial liberty to collective ( CLASS companies and vi.kconstantly '

110 per cent more caloric units or fuel lettuce and English peas, followed by hundred prisoners were taken and interests.. It was necessary in order Constipation Causes Bad Skin.A I on the alert ft pie":

value than boiled Irish potatoes. eggplants and peppers. Sometimes much war material, while the Turks to avoid public calamity, to give dull and pimply skin is due to I mote your interests. Gturratst:
Thus it would seem that pound for the; plan is varied by planting Irish potatoes suffered heavily. efficacious application to this decreeto sluggish bowel movement. Corrf'ctt courteous treatment to i3 W

pound, sweet potatoes are worth at : to follow the lettuce and peas. this end.. Lists of works should this condition and clear your complexion !4 trons. A well written porky

least twice as much as Irish potatoes. Tomatoes are the main spring crop, have been given by the mayors to the with Dr. King's New Life Pill;3. first-class in '
Trespass cards for sale at this office. a agent t faj
If this be true, and using the price of followed by sweet potatoes, of which idle. Inscribed on these lists was an This mild laxative taken at bedtime

Irish potatoes, 3 cents per pound, Mr. Davis has made a specialty and a offer, for average work at good wages.It : will assure you a full, free non-grip- class company sometiaei ffitttl tn-
$1.80 per bushel in car load lots at corn, velvet beans and cowpeas. As a BUICK COMPANY ANNOUNCESAN is true as in the domain of the Gov- ing movement in the morning. Drive' i much in case of lou fcj J!

loading stations, as a basis for calculation reputation. The summer crops are INCREASE IN PRICES ernor-General there was only a limited out the dull, listless feeling resulting' H. C RICHARD Si >

the sweet potato should be corn, velvet beans and cowpeas, of quantity of work for the idle, they I from overloaded intestines and slug- ; _

worth 6 cents per pound, or $3.30 per which he has made a specialty and a Makers of the Valve-in-Head Motor had to be utilized by working in Ger- gish liver. Get a bottle today. At

; bushel at loading points. Sweet po- rule, only sufficient corn is raised to many. your druggist, 25c. (1
Cars Raise
tatoes be had for the time being feed the stock, and some of the velvet Quotations i
may ______. COFFINSCASK!
; 0 for approximately the same price per beans and cowpeas are cut for hay for January. u. '

'.f-i pound as Irish potatoes];Tampa the same purpose. The balance is And a full HB ofUndertakers' :

Times. turned under to benefit the soil. The Buick Motor Company, Flint, PROGRAMof Supple*:)*
Many of those who are interested in Michigan, makers of the Buick Valve-
MEATLESS SAUSAGE. Florida] and her products are desirousof in-Head Motor Car in both six and Always on hand. The but ti

knowing the cost of production of four cylinder types have announced an vice at the lowest prices.l
In Germany they are eating "meat- the various crops. This question was increase in prices for all models effective attention to telegraph a

less sausage," a compound preparedby carefully looked into, and the figures January 15, 1917, as follows: New River Missionary and ,Sunday
a German chemist which looks like here given were verified and may be Model D-4-34, $660.00. Registered6ewmr; Eml

Wienerwurst, tastes like winerwurstand accepted as reliable and conservative.We Model D-4-35, $675.00.

will keep indefinitely.If will let Mr. Davis tell it in his own Model'D-6-44, $1040.00. School Union ( c.Suc'sjr JON E$
this cost of living keeps Model D-6-45, $1070.00.Model .
high up words: D-6-46 to G. C. Llvinpten R .
we, in America will need "'meatlesssausage" "I have kept close tab on all the ex- D-6-47, $1835.00.The Starke Ra.J
and meatless lots of.other penses of the farm," said Mr. Davis. ,
Buick Motor Company officials
things. Already have me meat'ess "Each year I carefully note the costf state that it was their sincere hope to To Meet With the Hope Church Dec. 29-31,191tj

roast beef, and meatless chicken-loaf; production and net profits from each continue the sale of cars at the former -

not to speak of wheatless bread and crop per acre. The following figureswill prices, and the announcement of i

t sugarless syrup. be found as the average cost and increases was delayed as long as possible -
l We think it would be a good idea for net figures of the principal crops given. trusting there would be some relief FRIDAY. ;

;, the Deutschland on her return from .. These figures cover every item ,- in the materials situation. Thisear's 11:00 A. M.______________Introductory Sermon, Elder N. T. King
t Bremen to bring over the secret German of production and cost delivered to the ) have been built largely
formula for meatless meat prod We have from materials contracted for a year 12:00: M.-----_--_______________________________Noon RecesS i
car. house
our own packing ,
t ucts. Doubtless some of the packerswould but the figures of the cost are kept that.ago, and This,some in conection instances with previous largely to 1:30 P. M.__________Reading Letters and Enrolling Messengers

t pay a fortune for it.-Tampa just as accurately as if we had the increased production, and the further 2:00: P. M _______________Subject, The Young People's Work4: :, 1
I" Tribune. packing done by someone else. fact that Buick
efficiency engineers
t Albert Dubose and B. D. Law.. !
"I find that the cost to produce let made possible a vast saving in the fac-

i CALOMEL DYNAMITESA tuce per acre f. o. b. cars will average tory through the extension of efficiency 3:00: P. M. Subject, Should the Pastor be Called Annually or Indefinitely TIRES i

SLUGGISH LIVER $100; eggplants, $75; English peas, methods and the installation of ? C. E. Saunders, I. W. Pinholster and Ellis U
$$$20; peppers, $75; tomatoes, $100. This much new and improved machinery, ROPE
.., high cost of tomatoes is due to the enabled the company to delay the announcement Wilson. S P

Crashes Into Sour Bile, making method of cultivation and handling, as deal longer than of higher many prices of its a dealers great SATURDAY. RAGS B(

all my plants are staked.. Many of and friends anticipated.Mr. 9:30 A. M. 1 ______Devotional Services
Sick and You Lose --- -
You farmers ------ --------
our do not stake their tomatoes E. T. Strong, sales SENDITTDUS lit
manager -
a Day's Work. but experience has proved to me announces that production has 10:00 A. M. Subject, What are the Advantages of revival meetings writs For l'RsuL4f :==

that this is the, best method by far and been keyed up to a point hitherto un- Elder G. A. Prevatt and Elder L. W. Kickliter.

I continue it."Turning attained, in an effort to take care of 11:00 A. M *
Calomel salivates! It's mercury to the profits, I find that all unfilled) orders before the new pri -----------------------------------------SermoJi: C.BAY
Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug they are as follows: Remember, these ces become effective. Also that the 12:00 M.-------------------------______________Noon Recess

,\ gish liver. When calomel comes into figures are net, all cost and expense company expected somewhat of a let 1:30 P. M. _________Business of the Union _
in orders with the -------------------
contact with sour bile it crashes intoit being taken out, item of it. Let up coming of cold
i every ] weather but this 2:00 P. M. Subject Can Stated
cramping and nausea. tuce nets me $300 cessation of demand Prayer Services be Maintained in -
causing per acre; English for
t: i. If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated peas, $100; peppers, $200; tomatoes, I I materialize.valve-in-head Although product production did not for all the Churches? B. D. Law and D. W. Pinholster. We

1. and all knocked out, just go $200; Irish potatoes, $400, and cabbage November was in excess of ten thou- SUNDAY. : METAL: P

,to your druggist and get a 50 cent $600."You sand automobiles, there were, in spite cEluNGsSKROOFIHur
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis asked me what are the gross of this enormous production, less than 9:45 A. M.----------------------________Devotional Services. | _

a harmless vegetable substitute for expenses for operating a farm of t1issize 170 automobiles on hand at branch 10:00 A. M. Sunday School Work:

.z dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful] according to my methods. I find houses and in transit to them, on the
f and if it doesn't start your liver andy that the average yearly cost of opera 1st day of December. He further 1. Essential Qualifications of Bible School Superintendent !AND OTHER 5nEtr8UllDIN6 !

straighten you up better and quickerthan tion of this farm is $40,000. The net states that everything possible is now -M. W. Lee
nasty calomel and without mak profit, deducting all expenses, is $25- being the done date to of build increase cars to enough enable priorto the 2. Teacher Training-Elder F. M. Hartman > .

ing you sick, you just go back, and get 000 per annum, or 10 on $250,000."I sales WritsTok f
department to fill orders. already 3. How to Maintain Attendance-E. Wilson yeti
your money. employ here, on an average, CO booked at the old prices. and (
If you take calomel today you'll be men, most of whom live in comfort i MARKS BUICK CO, 4. Music in the Bible School-J. F. Kickliter !

I" \ sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides able homes which I have provided for Agent for this car in Bradford andre 11:00 A. M.--------_________Missionary Sermon, Elder McGijlre i
J > it may salivate you, while if you takeDodson's them on the farm. Altogether the Clay counties.

.1 1 ".,;. Liver Tone you will wake up are some fifty buildings on the placed ELDER. G. LAW, !

r feeling great, full of ambition an During the busy cropping and shippingseason Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System J. F. KICKLITER TM C6tM DIS3eets'
11 I.. ready for work or play. It's harmless, I have to increase the numberof The Old Standard genera strengthening took, B Ot tf/ toil! silt

,. pleasant and safe to give to children; men to 100 to handle the crops. I GROVE'S Drolui.earichnthebloodtndbnildeaythetre.TASTELESS: chill TONIC drivet oat J. C. POPPELL, : Tlvs yttexo and dote ouI1flgQnialai lot

a. ... they like it. (13-4%) have sixteen head of horses and mules trm. A true tonic. For tdolu std cbl1 rtD. JOc. Committee. napat Is Laid. leseobR tt& wt ,
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1916. _ _ _ ________________________ _ _ PAGE SEVENiON'SPENOTE

MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATUREOF Tilghman, both of Palatka.St. nance aforesaid for the purpose of considering v

1917.TALLAHASSEE Johns-William .1.1. DeGrove of separately each and every protest that might MASTR'S SALE.
be properly filed against the enforcement of Hereby notice is ?i\en that under and by
Palm Valley, and F. M. Corbett, of the provisions and requirements of the said virtue of that ct-rt'iin final decree of fore
ordinance but closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju.
Moultrie.St. no person appeared or presentedany
Dec. 12.Following dicial Circut: of Florida in
objections against the chancery sitting,
I NnTWELCOMEDBYGREATBRITAINi is a list of the members of the Lucie-J. M. Swain of Fort : enforcement' thereof in, the Circuit Court for Bradford County.

Pierce. NOW THEREFORE. Be it ordained by the Florida on the 22nd day of November. A. D. .
Florida legislature ,of 1917, as shown 1916 in favor of
Town Council of the Town of Starke The American Trust Com
.. in the
5- by the official canvass of the vote of Santa Rosa-T. J. Fenn and J. T. State of Florida: pany a corporation. administrator of the es.

the general election of November 7 Bryant, both of Milton. Section 1. That Ordinance Number 90 of tate of G. F. Markillie. deceased, as complain.
ant, and
the ordinances against M. Lynn. Mary J. Lynn. Chicago
of the
Town of Starke,
of That Country "The president protested against the including hold-over senators: Seminole-F. L. Woodruff of San- passed on the 13th day of November, 1916 Florida, by fendants-Portrait Company a corporation as de

Lusitania, Ancona and Sussex crimes, Slorida Senate, 1917. ford. the Town Council of the Town of Starke and -

Indicate Trend of Thoughtsof not because they were inhumane but District 1-W. A. McLeod of Milton, Sumter-N. J. Wicker of Coleman. or approved of the on said November Town, be,15th and 1916 the same by the is may.here fer The for undersigned sale in front, as Special;of the Master courthouse, will of.in

because Americans perished in their i Santa Rosa. Suwannee-Cary A. Hardee of Live by confirmed. Starke. Florida during the legal hours of sale
i Section 2. That the Clerk on Monday, the 1st day of January, A. D.
Oak and M. A. Best of Branford. is hereby Instruct.
Masses. inhumanity. District 2-John B. of : 191
the Jones Pen- ed to publish this ordinance in the Bradford i. to the highest and Ust bidder for cash,
"With this line-that. humanity did sacola, Escambia. Taylor-W. T. Cash of Perry. County Telegraph, a newspaper published the following described property. te-wit:
intervention American Volusia-David Scholz of weekly in the Town of Starke Florida in such The west half of the northeast quarter also

not warrant Daytona
GIVflTraOMINENT District 3-J. L.- Moore of DeFun- manner and for the time is east half of the northwest quarter and the
as customary in
OTE interests did-we have never iak Springs, Walton and Holmes. and H. G. Putnam of Oak Hill. the promulgation of the ordinances of the laid southwest quarter uf the northwest quarter
the Chronicle Wakulla-Nat R. Walker of Town. in Section thirteen ((13), Township seven ((7)
Daily Craw-
quarreled, says District 4-R. A. Willis of Green-
PAPERS south Range nineteen
MORNING Section 3. (19)
PLACE IN This ordinance shall go into ef. cut; also the
. since he omitted to intervene to fordville. southeast
*" "but wood, Jackson. feet immediately upon its passage and approval quarter of the northeast quarter in
stop crime is it consistent he should District 5H. L. Oliver of Apalach- Walton-A. L. Anderson of DeFun- by the Mayor, the best interest of the section fourteen (14), Township seven (7)
south Range
Town demanding it. (19) east containing in
: rrrrUDE OF FRANCE, AND intervene now to hinder others from icola, Franklin, Liberty and Wakulla. iak. Passed on this the 18th day of December, all two hundred and forty (HO) acres more

TOWARD NOTE SIMILARTO punishing the criminals ?" Washington-A. A. Myers, of Chip. 1916. or less.
The considers President ley. MATTHEWS,
GENERAL newspaper *District 6-J. L. Sheppard of Chairman of Council. Special Master.
THAT OF Wilson's statement that the objects of Gretna, Gadsden. Attest: JNO. C. COOPER &: SON,

PUBLIC SURPRISED AT both belligerents are virtually the District 7-Oscar M. Eaton of C. A.Town FUTCH.Clerk. And Solicitors A. V. LONG.for Plaintiff 12-1-51.

PRESIDENT WILSON'S NOTE. same is most painful'for European lib Lakeland, Polk.'District + + ff + + + + + + + + + + + Approved this 19th day of December. 1916. 'I.

r erals. 8-A. S. Wells of Tallahassee -: + LEGAL NOTICES 12-22-51. JOE HILL WILLIAMS, MASTER'S SALE.

The attitude of both France and Leon. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Mayor, Town of Starke, Fla.MASTER'S virtue hereby of notice that certain is given final that decree under of and foreclosure by

: LONDON, England, Dec. 22.-Presiient Italy toward the peace note was expressed District 9-John N. King of Inver- made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju

I. Wilson's note is given the biggest in official circles as similar to ness, Citrus, Hernando and Pasco. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Hereby notice Is given SALE.that under and by in dicial the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida for in Bradford chancery County sitting, -

ri display in the morning papers, that of Great Britain. District 10-Charles E. Davis of Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, virtue of that certain final decree of fore Florida on the 22nd day of November. A. D.

r legating the war news to a minorJace. Tampa, Hillsborough and Pinellas. Laws of Florida. closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju. 1916, in favor of The American Trust Com
dicial Circuit of Florida in pany a corporation administrator .
chancery sitting, of the
: Headlines such as: "PresidentWilson's OIL STRIKE MAKES RUSH District 12-J. M. Gornto of Mayo, in the Circuit Court for Bradford County, tate of G. F. Markillie. deceased, as complainant es

Strange Peace Essay," "Pres- Taylor and Lafayette. Florida! on the 22nd: day of November A. D. and against C. II. Anderson and
Hereby notice is that 1916, in favor of The American Trust .
given Louis Company
' 1 ent Wilson's Peace Feeler, "Amaz- Also Gives Rise to Speculations Regarding District 13-Dr. W. L. Hughlet of H. Hill a corporation administrator of the es. Pearley Anderson and M. L. Hilliard,
in slight measure purchaser of tax sale certificates tate of G. F. defendantsThe
,2 ng Note, indicate Cocoa, Dade, Broward, Palm Beach Markillie deceased as complain. as -
caused. Longwood. numbered respectively 55, 59 and ant, and against S. J. Register and Sarah undersigned
be astonishment it Brevard, and St. Lucie. Register as Special Master, will of
204 issued the as defendantsThe fer for sale in front of the
by tax collector for courthouse in
Much speculation is indulged in as SANFORD, Dec. 26.-Experts have District 14-M. L. Plympton of undersigned as Special Master, will of Starke, Florida during the legal hours of sale
-. the Bradford county, Florida, said certificates fer for sale in front of the courthouse in on Monday, the
othe motives which inspired pres- contended for years that from all indications Lake City, Columbia. 1st day of January, A. D.
Starke, Florida, during the legal hours of sale 1917, t. the
55 and highest
59 dated the 3rd and best bidder
lent to send such a note, after his as- there was oil in Florida and District 15-A. D. Andrews of Rai- on Monday the 1st day of January A. D. the following described to-wit for cash,

nmption of the attitude that he would while the idea was laughed by manyas ford, Bradford. day of August, A. D. 1914, and certi- 1917 to the highest and best bidder for cash, The southeast quarter property of the northeast quar-
ficate 204 dated the 5th the following described property to-wit: ter of Section six .
being of
day (6) m
invited both Township six (6)
. ot mediate unless ridiculous there were others who 'District 16-J. E. Calkins of Fer- The NW quarter of the SE south, of Range twenty-two
quarter (22) east, contain
October A. D. 1914 has filed the said
:: groups of belligerents.. One section had faith enough to try it out with the nandina, Nassau. of Section twenty-nine (29). Township ing forty (40) acres, more or less.

E f the press, utterly rejecting any idea result that a good flow of oil was obtained District 17-J. B. Johnson of Live certificates in my office and has made four (4) south, of Range twenty-one (21) east, E. M. JOHNS.
application for tax deed to issue in containing forty (40) acres more or less. Special Master.
A of negotiations accordance -
if the possibility peace in Wakulla county last week. I Oak, Suwannee. E. M. JOHNS. JNO. C. COOPER &: SON,

x the outcome of the recent German There have been many attempts to 'District 18-Ion L. Farris of Jack- with law. The said certifi- Special Master. And A. V. LONG,
i cates respectively embrace the following JNO. C. COOPER &: SON, Solicitors for Plaintiff. 1Z-1-6L
the President's -
ote, flatly attributes drive wells deep enough to find oil at I sonville, Duval. And A. V. LONG. -

ction to the success of propaganda various points in Florida and in our District 19-George W. Crawford of lands in Bradford county, Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-1-Et. MASTER'S SALE. '

onducted by Count Von Bernstorff inLmerica own section there have been wells Conway, Orange, Seminole and Osceo- Florida, assessed at the date of the I Notice is hereby given that under and by

and what they describe as the driven at Kissimmee and other places.An issuance of such certificates in the MASTER'S SALE. virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made
la. Hereby notice is given that under and by and rendered November 24, 191f
names respectively hereinafter by the
of the late British partic- Judgeof
nasterly inactivity expert well driver and owner of District 20-Glenn Terrell of Web- virtue of that certain final decree of fore the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
S ularly set forth, to-wit: closure made and entered November 17. 1916, Circuit of
fovernment. oil wells in Pennsylvania has been at Florida in and for Bradford coun-
ster Marion and Sumter.
Certificate by the Hon. J. T. Wills judge of the Circuit tyfi. Florida in
general impression is that No. 55 embraces the S chancery sitting in favor of
The more Longwood for some time and thinksso Court of Bradford County. Florida in chancery
District 21-Dr. J. W. Turner of Lawtey State Bank, a corporation, complain
I he agitation in America for an em- well of the proposition that he has Bronson half of NW quarter of NW quarterand in favor of J. B. Rhoden. complainant ant, and against John L. Stalsby and W. R.
food exports had much to do Levy. NE quarter of NW quarter, Sec. and against M. Rhoden and wife Stella Rho- Whitehead, defendants the undersigned will
irgo on purchased land and expects to start a District 22J. R. McEachern of den, defendants, the undersigned will offer for offer for sale befroe the court house door
: ith Mr. Wilson's action. It is also well in the near future.. This is in our Monticello Jefferson. 13, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E., 60 acres, assessed sale in front of the court house door in Starke, Starke, Florida between the legal hours of at

that the president havereceived Unknown. Bradford county, Florida during the legal sale on Monday, January 1st, 1917 to the
: iggested may miles
. own county and just twelve from District 23W. M. Igou of Eustis, Certificate No. 59 embraces lot 27 hours of sale on Monday, the 1st day of Jan. highest and best bidder for cash, the follow .
special information from the Sanford, and the strike in Wakulla uary. A. D. 1917. to the highest and best bid ing described lands situated in Bradford coun-

erman government and is aware oflie county is causing much speculation Lake.District in Woodlawn, Sec. 16, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 der for cash the following described lands in ty Florida to-wit:
24-Dr. J. N. Fogarty of Bradford County Florida to-wit: The south half of southeast
E. assessed quarter of
10 Dr. Geo. H. south
is acres
extent to which Germany pre- about the chances at Longwood. The Key West, Monroe and Lee. NE of SEVi of SWii of See. 21, Town- west quarter of Section twenty-six (26), Town.

jared to go toward "reparation, restitution following report comes from the strikein Payne. ship 6 South Range 22 East, containing ten ship five ((5) south of Range twenty-two (22)
District 25-C. Mathis of Vernon
' and guarantees." Certificate No. 204 embraces lot 43 acres, more or less. East. And all of Block one (1) in Peetsville
Wakulla county: J. C. POPPELL. Florida in Section
Washington Calhoun and thirty-five
Bay. (35).
This is the view expressed by the "Analysis in the chemical laboratories District 26-W. S. Middleton of in East Lawtey, assessed Henry Special Master in Chancery.D. five (5) south of Range twenty-two (fa) East

Daily Chronicle.. Some discussion isilso Moore. E. KNIGHT. as mapped and platted upon the public records -
of the State College for Women of
: 12-1-61. of Bradford '
Pomona, Putnam. Solicitor for Complanant. county. and also that
devoted to chances of congress Unless said certificates shall be redeemed tion of the por
samples of oil from the well which District 27-A. M. Wilson of Miak- north three-quartet's of the northwest
passing food export measures and possibly in at Wakulla Friday according to law, tax deed will MASTER'S SALE. quarter of the northwest[quarter of See
came eveningwas ka, DeSoto and Manatee. issue thereon the of Jan- Hereby notice i* given that under and by tton thirty-five (!5)). Township five (5) south,
an embargo on cotton and war announced this morning. This "District 28-James E. Alexanderof on 15th'day virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure of Range twenty-two east, lying east of the

materials. analysis shows a high grade of petro- uary, A. D. 1917. made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial right of way of the Seaboard Air Line Rtil-
DeLand, Volusia. Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, way.
Offer Not Well Received in England Witness official signature and
leum, with a parafin base. District 29-W. E. Baker of Mel- my in the Circuit Court for Bradford County, E. M. JOHNS.
. The general public had the first "Geologists of the Standard Oil Co., seal this the 14th day of December, A. Florida on the 22nd day of November. A. D. Special Master.
rose, Clay and Baker. 1916 in favor of The American Trust Company A. Z. ADKINS.
of the president's note in the D. 1916.
news who have been working in this sectionin District 30-W. H. Green of Jas- a corporation, administrator of the estate Complainant's Solicitor. 12-1-St.
morning papers and the matter is the secret for months, have recommended W. T. WEEKS, of G. F. Markillie, deceased, as complain
per,-Hamilton. ant, and against John Carroll and Amanda r _
one topic of conversation on incoming Clerk Circuit Court.
that the Rockefeller corporation
District 31-W. A. MacWilliams of Carroll as defendantsThe MASTER'S SALE.
, suburban trains and throughout the (Seal) 12-15-5t. Special Master will offer
purchase all .land possible lying be- St. Augustine St. Johns. undersigned. as Hereby notice ts given that! under and by
- country. The'people like the for sale in front of the courthouse in virtue of that certain final
press tween the Wakulla and Suwannee riv Decree of tore-
District 32-D. G. Roland of New- Starke, Florida during the legal hours of sale, closure made by the Judge of The
were rather taken aback as they had ers. Land can only be bought from on Monday the 1st day of January. A. D. dicial Circuit of Florida in Eighth Ju
arrived at the conclusion that Premier berry, Alachua. NOTICE. 1917 to the highest and best bidder for cash in the Circuit Court cjsneery sitting,
small owners in Wakulla county by for Bradford County,
Notice is hereby given that the regular annual
described to-wit:
the following
LIoyd.George's speech had put to. end allowing them to retain a certain per Holdover senators. meeting of the shareholders of the Lawtey All of lot twelve (12) of Section six (6), in 1916 Florida in on favor the of 2nd The day of November A. D.
". Elected to fill term made va- State Bank. will be held in its banking room American Trust Com
to all peace talk unless the central cent of the stock in the companies to Township five (5) south, of Range twenty (20) pany, a corporation administrator of the
in Lawtey. Fla.. on Tuesday January 9, 1917. es
cant by death or otherwise. east containing eighty (80) acres more or tate of G. F.
powers, in their reply to the premier, be formed, and oil leases and rightsare at 3 o'clock p. m.. to elect a board of directorsfor less. and Markillie. deeeanyi. as complainant -
were prepared to give their terms. being bought and sold on every Members of the House, 1917 the ensuing year. and transact such other E. M. JOHNS. lor, as defendant. H. Taylor!and C. D. Tay-

Neither the president, nor any other hand in this section.. Alachua-Christopher Matheson and business as may come before. them.H. C. PEACE.. Special Master. The undersigned as Special {.faster, will of
Frank Clark Jr. both of Gainesville. JNO. C. COOPER A: SON. fer for sale in- front of tbt courthouse in
neutral ruler was expected to take 12223t. Cashier.
And A. V. LONG
I "It is impossible this morning to Starke Florida during the legkl boors of sale
such action. The evening papers whichdo buy stock in the oil that bor- Baker-C. F. Barber of Macclenny. Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-1-5L on Monday the 1st day of January, A. D.
company Bay-A. D. Weller of St. Andrews. PUBLIC NOTICE. 1917, to the highest and best bidder for
not print editorials came out with cash
ed the well which in of MASTER'S SALE.
came a gusher Starke. Fla.. Council Chamber. Dec. 18, 1918 the following described property to-wit
big headlines which expressed their oil and last Friday evening. Only Bradford-A. S. Crews of Starke, BE IT REMEMBERED that at a meeting of Hereby notice is given that under and by The north hulf of lot eleven (11) of: Sec
riews. and W. G. Seals of Hampton. the Town Council of the Town of Starke. Brad- .irtue of that certain final decree of fore- tion eighteen (If) in Township five (5) south
the original stockholders who had closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial of
ford County. Florida held in pursuance of Range twenty (20) east
The Evening News, which is the afternoon faith in the prospect at the outset and Brevard-John B. Rhodes, of Mel- Ordinance Number 90 of the ordinances of said Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, (40) acres more or lese. containing forty

edition of the Daily Mail bourne. Town passed on the thirteenth day of November in the Circuit Court for Bradford County E. M. JOHNS
before oil was struck will be sold more 22nd of November. A. D.
1916 and approved on November 15 1916 Florida on day
Broward W. H. Marshall of Fort Special Master
heads the reprint qf comment of the in favor of The American Trust Company JNO.
stock. The company will continue bor. and duly promulgated thereafter in compliancewith c. COOlER: &: SON.
morning papers with "No"! in large Lauderdale. the provisions therein contained: a'corporation administrator of the estate And A. V. LONG -
and will drive
ing large
on a The Town Council met in its regular placeof of G. F. Markillie deceased. as complain. SoliciUn for Plaintiff.
Calhoun John D. Trammell of 12151.
:t black letters, and follows it with "No, Futch and Priscilla
tract of land which it owns. meeting in said town at 7:30 o'clock p. m.. ant and against Q. -
1,( No, No. That is what we say without "Stock in the original Blountstown. on the 18th day of December 1916 there be- Futch, as defendantsThe -
company, then and there the following undersigned as Special Master, will of. NOTICE OF FINAL
Citrus-J. Y. Barnes. ing present members DISCHARGE.
:: a hesitation the
;; moments over sur- which could have been bought last of said council: fer for sale in front of the courthouse in Six months niter date her (,,f on to-wit, the
prising note of President Wilson." week for $10 a share, based on a par Clay J. Slater Smith of Green Cove j. W. Andrews Jr., S. A. Bryan D. C. Starke, Florida, during the legal hours of sale, 14th day of January 1917 I :will present my
Jones E. S. Matthews. on Monday, the 1st day of January A. D. vouchers and fltal
; The Daily News nearest pacifist off account to the Honorable
value of $100 each, is now being sold Springs. Absent J. W. White. 1917, tel the highest and best bidder for cash, Ceo A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford

the London newspapers, says today for $285, and only to those who pre- .Columbia-W. J. Roebuck, of Lake At which meeting certain proceedings were the following described property to-wit: county Florida,. as administrator of the es.

regarding President Wilson's note: viously owned stock." City, and A. G. Withee, of Watertown. had among whieh were the following to-wit: The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter tate of D. S. Wheeler, deceased and asked to
of section twenty-eight (28)
" Councilman Bryan presented a certain ordinance be dlschraged as such administrator.
:'No one can fail to appreciate the Dade-John W. Watson of Miami. and after its being vnd' by the clerk. four (4) south. of Range twenty-two ((22) east, This the 14th day of July 1916.

t spirit in which the proposal is directed. FARMERS CAN AFFORD BETTER DeSoto-W. C. Langford of Arcadia. moved that the rules be suspend and the and containing forty (40) acres, more or less. D. W. MANNING.

The situation is too memorable Duval-Telfair Stockton and Marion I unanimous consent of all members prei.rt be E. M. JOHNS.Special Master.. Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler
MACHINERY NOW. obtained to consider the ordinance as read deceased. 7-14-6mo
ii i for President Wilson not to be aware B. Jennings, both of Jacksonville. without referring same to the Committee on JNO. C. COOPER ft: SON .

J of the evils'of hasty intervention. The Escambia-James M. Johnston of Rules Laws and Ordinances, the said motion And A. V. LONG.
Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-1-St '
being seconded by Councilman Andrews.The NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
" specter of European intervention The farmer who has been scratchingthe Pensacola and M. 0. of Mc-
Baggett chairman stated the motion and called Six months sfttr, date I will present to the
: haunted Lincoln, especially in those soil with one-horse farm machinery David. for an "aye" and "nay" vote and the motion MASTER'S SALE. Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner, as County Judge cf
the prevailed. each of the said councilmen voting Hereby notice is given that under and by Bradford County Florida, my vouchers and
when the has chance to good
days now buy
c cause of the North was Franklin-E. R. L. Moore of Apalachicola "aye" in favor of the said motion. Thereupon virtue of that certain final decree of fore- final accounts us Administratrix of the estateof

passing through its darkest hour. implements. Increased prices of farm Councilman Jones moved that the ordinance closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju. S. J. Steriitmrg late of Bradford county.

President Wilson is far too wise to and garden products will pay for them. Gadsden-S. H. Strum of Greens- be adopted the said motion being seconded dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting Florida decent, and ask to be discharged
by Councilman Bryan. and then and in the Circuit Court for Bradford County as i such Administratrix. .
add that trouble to the enormous bur- Decreasing the amount of labor that boro, and Alex McPherson of Quincy. there put to a vote of "ayes" and "nays" the Florida on the 22nd day of November. A. D. This the IMh day of August 1313.

dens of the nations engaged in the has been necessary in previous years Hamilton-W. M. Webb of Jasper, roll being called. the said ordinance was unan- 1916, in favor of The American Trust Company ANGIE STERNBURC.
imously adopted by the of of the
vote all membersof administrator
a corporation. estate Administratrix
of the
struggle for liberty not less vital and will also make a big saving. and C. A. Stephens of Jasper. the council present each of the said members of G. F. Markillie. deceased as complainant burg. deceased. estate of S. J. Stern
far greater. He is taking soundings. Just now, farmers are working the Hernando-M. L. Dawson of Brooks- voting "aye." there being no votes "nay", and against T. B. Browning and Mary -
If he finds the soil in for another each said vote i. recorded as follows: Browning. as defendantsThe -- ---- -
water still too deep he preparation crop ville.
Ayes-J. W. Andrews. Jr., S. A. Bryan D. undersigned as Special Master will offer NOTICL OF FINAL DISCHARGE
will withdraw his plumb line and wait and John M. Scott, animal industrialist Hillsborough-George II. Wilder, of C. Jones. E. S. Matthews. for sale 1n front of the courthouse in Six month after this date to-wit, on the

until favorable to the University of Florida Experiment 1Iays-None. Starke, Florida, during the legal hours of sale 29th day of "nuary. 1917j I will present to
a more
opportunity. Plant City and Dr. A. C. Hamlin of
Absent-J. W. White. on Monday, the 1st day of January A. D. the Honorabll George A. Cardiner. County
The newspaper says there is no suffering station, recommends the use Tampa. Ordinance No. 91. 191;. to the highest and best bidder for cash Judge of Bradford CouUy Florida, my as vouchers .

in America comparable with of all labor-saving machinery possibleHe Holmes-C. R. Mathis of Bon ay. The said ordinance is in the following words the following described property to-wit: i and final Accounts as tfxeeutor of the last :
that in Lancashire that the thorough preparationof and figures to-wit: The SW quarter of the NE quarter will and teeUment of W. U. Rivera deceased
during the says
cotton Jackson-Amos E. Lewis of Marianna "An ordinance confirming the provisions and' of Section twenty-five (25)). Township five and ask to be discharged M such executor.
famine brought about by Lincoln's the seed bed will produce a better and Dr. E. Harris of Graceville. requirements of Ordinance Number 90 of the (5) south, of Range twenty-one (21) east con. This the net day of July DH.i .

blockade. It does not believe the peo- crop of corn or cotton with less culti- Jefferson-B. J. Hamrick of Monti- Ordinances of Starke, Florida, passed on the taining in all forty (40) acres more or less J. E. FUTCH.
13th day of November. which provides to church. Executor of tie last WillI
1916. except one (1) acre and Testament of
ple of America will put the disability vation during the growing season; andit cello, and D. H. Mays, Jr., of Ash- for the construction of certain street improve- E. M. JOHNS. W. H. Rivers!, deceased. I 7-28-6mo.

they are suffering in the scale againsta requires modern farm machinery to ville. ments in the Town of Starke. Florida. and Special Master -
for the assessment of a portion of the total JNO. C. COOPER A: SON. -
VICtory of human liberty over deNote make this thorough preparation eco- Lafayette McQueen Chaires of Old cost thereof against the property abutting and And A. V. LONG. + + + + 4' + + + 'p + + + + + +

M, an Appendix to Berlin's nomically.Take Town. fronting the said improvement. Solicitors for Plaintiff. 12-l-5t + +

/pe Daily Chronicle says: "As a libnewspaper plowing for example. Mr. Lake-J. A. Hanson of Leesburg, andL. WHEREAS.Starke. Florida.the Town did on Council the 13th of day the of Townof No- + SEABOARD- TIME TABLE. +

which has always made Scott says the riding sulky plow will D. Edge, of Groveland. vember. 1916 and in pursuance of the powers MASTER'S SALK. + +
ilpecial feature of to do the work ninety cent better and conferred by the Charter of said Town and the Hereby notice is given that under and by ; -
endeavoring per
Lee-Francis W. Perry of Fort general laws of the State of Florida relative virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure + New time table, takes effect +

,Great Britain and America closer with seventy-five per cent less exer- Myers. thereto adopted an ordinance providing for made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial + 12:01 a. th.' Sunday, May 28 '16. +
and through evil tion on the farmer than if a one-horse the construction of certain street improvementsin Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting.In ,
report as Leon-A. H. Williams of Tallahassee i +
Trains will arrive in Starke +
the Town of Starke. Florida and the assessment the Circuit Court for Bradford County as
an good has championed the pro- plow were used.. Also, the work will and John A. Scruggs of Lloyds. of a portion of the total cost thereof I Florida. on the,22nd day of November, A. D. + follows: '. +

ETe ideals of.the United States in be accomplished in one-third of the Levy-W. J. Epperson of Bronson. against the property abutting and fronting the 1918, in favor of The American Trust Company + +
sa'd improvement. the said ordinance being a corporation administrator of the estate -
?country, we ask our friends across time.When Liberty-R. H. Weaver of Bristol. designated as Ordinance Number 90 of the of G. F. Markillie deceased as complain. + Jatk-tonrille to Tampa +
Atlantic to believe when planting time the ordinances of the Town of Starke and ant and against A. L. Roberts and Elizabeth
us we say corn Madison-V. E. Blanton and W. T. : 'P No. 1 _________-.11:14 p. m. + -
WHEREAS. the of Section defendantsThe -
by provisions 9 Roberts
110;no.AiMrfcan' state paper in our gen- and cotton planter with fertilizer attachment i Kent, both of Lees. of the said Ordinance Number 90, the Town undersigned as Special Master will of. P No. 3 _.___;;....10:40a.m. *

rttio ?ias been calculated to cause can be operated by a boy : Manatee-W. B. Taylor of Sarasota. Clerk was instructed immediately upon the fer for sale in front of the courthouse in + No. 9 ___. 1,_ 2:52p.m. +
W and thereof by the. Town Starke, Florida during the legal hours of sale -
mocVpun not to with one mule. From six to eight passage approval
English- acres I Marion-L. S. Light of Reddick and Council and Mayor respectively, to publish on Monday theist day of January A. D. + : +

wen, but to liberal opinion throughout can be planted in a day's time, reduc- I W. J. Crosby of Citrus. said ordinance once a week for four consecutive 1917 to the highest and best bidder for cash' + Jack .n'i1le to Cedar Key +

Wjthera and western Europe. ing the cost to less than a half of that Monroe Arthur Gomez and John weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph, the following described property, to-wit: + No. j *
15 5:04
'be a newspaper published in the Town of Starke The northwest quarter of the southwest qnarter p. m.
note It, in effect, however, dif- spent for hand labor. ; G. Sawyer, both of Key West. Bradford county, Florida, in order that the of southwest quarter of section twenty-six + +

nt by its Intention, an appendix to With labor costs increasing, it is Nassau-J. B. Stewart of Hilliard property owners or other persons interested (:6), and the northeast quarter of the south.. + Tarcpa to Jacksonville +
of the southeast of Section
might be afforded notice of the provisions and east quarter quarter
-' .UWy received from Berlin." very necessary that a farmer equip and D. T. Haddock, Jr., of Kings Fer- requirements of the said ordinance and have twenty-seven (27), and commencing at + No.2 4:54a.m.f

.B9iDc thtt'it is not based on the himself with machinery so that little ry. ample opportunity to present objections against southwest corner of Section twenty-six (261) + No. 4 _- '._ +
the enforcement of the requirements of the and running north on Section line four hundred
of humanity or injury to. the need be hired. The profits of Okaloosa-P. J. Franklin of Baker. said ordinance, which said objections: by the and twenty (420) feet to a'point of be- + 10 (Limited)___ 5:54 p. m. +

tea1 tie Daily Mail says: farming may be measured by. such labor Orange-Seth Woodruff of Orlandoand terms of the ordinance were to be submittedin ginning, thence east six hundred and ninety + : +
savings. writing to the Town Council on or before (690) feet, thence north two hundred and
consider the Belgian C. A. Roberts of Winter Garden. 7 :30 o'clock p. m., the 18th day of December forty (240) feet thence west thirteen hundred + Cedar Key to JtcksonTille +

Bi" the enemy flouted Osceola N. C. Bryan of Kissimmee. 1916. specifically and clearly setting forth the and twenty (1320) feet, thence south two hundred + No. 14 9:27 a.m. +
--------, -
and President Wil- Whenever You Need General Tools reasons any property owner or other persons and forty (240) feet thence east six: hundred +
Palm Beach-Dr. H. C. Hood of W. 1 *
interested might have and desire to urge and sixty (660) feet to the point of be-
.-. of frequent open- Take arove's'rho Palm Beach. against the enforcement of the provisions of ginning and being in Sections twenty-six (26)) + Vannee IainsDay +

terftred on the grounds of hu- Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Pasco-E. P. Wilson of Dade City. the sad ordinance. and twenty-seven (27) : all the above described + ( ExceptSunday; ) *
chill Tonic is valuable WHEREAS, the said ordinance was pub- lands being in Township five (5) south of
., iie.j. equally as a Pinellas-S. D. Harris of St. Pe lished as aforesaid in the Bradford County Range twenty-two (22) east and containing + No. 101 Leaves Stair ke 6:45 a. m. +

i: pafcr t% recites an alleged General Tonic because it contains the tersburg. Telegraph the publication thereof being made twenty-six (26) acres, more or 1_. + No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 m. +
well known tonic E. M. JOHNS. p.
of propertiesef QUININE on the 17th and 24th days of November 1918
;,Cenaagfottrays: in BelgiumtlMnriMn tod IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives Polk-Reid Robson of Lakeland, andA. and the 1st, 8th and 15th dan of December, Special Muter. + '.1'. J. GRIFFIN, Agent +

.. '' the president out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and J. Morgan of Lakeland. 1916: andWHEREAS JNO. C. COO ER A: SON, + II! +
; the said Town Council did meet And A. V LONG
,. ".-Md' '' iIeat.1b.... -. ... -f. Builds up tb*'Wbole System SO cents Putnam-H. S. McKenzie and W. G. at the time and place mentioned in the ordi- Solicit rs for Plaint.n*. 12-1-5L + + + + .?'+ + + +:i + + + + + +

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".. j' t ,,.".-'.'. .. their brohters.Arthur and Lacy, attended the Christmas time is when the spiritof Col. D. E. Knight, of Starke, was !
f .1" the party at the T. J. Moore religious service should be highest. transacting business before Justice B.:I RDSSI P PR
will next L. Blanchard's court Tuesday.Mr. .
'. (, I home Monday night. Important matters come up
Sunday which will have to do with T. D. Adams, of Watertown,
Mr. H. C. Peeples and family, of
Dukes the week-end with relatives plans of church work for the coming who has accepted the position as cash- GOOD
spent LLE
't- ,. 1.i": 't: t County News Items here. years.. Let. every member be present. here ier of Monday.the Lawtey He State.will assume Bank, arrived his du- :

Mr. H. S. Hilliard and son, Eddie, LAWTEY.Mr. ties the 2nd day of.January.The '-f.j:

it 't'r made a trip to Starke Tuesday last. annual election of officers of But Says War -

J i'1' Interesting Pacts Gathered During the Week by Our Besides causing delays and non- Lawtey lodge F. & A. M. was held on Wii! ,

i Regular Correspondents. service on our mail route, the heavy and Mrs. John Teston and little the 14th day of December, as follows: Until, Ravaged Terri#"

Ii rains have destroyed a portion of the son spent Christmas with relatives in. A. H. Harley,' W. M. .
.. :'
l' ,.. J bed of the Heilbronn-Lawtey road Lawtey. C. Dinkins, S. W. Are, Restored. ;

I q \ where it crosses Wateroak creek, thus Mayor W. F. Godwin was transact- L. L. Sapp J. W. -

\ 'I I : r. RAIFORD. WOODLAWN PARK.Mr. making it utterly impossible to pass ing business in Jacksonville on last James Shepard, Senior Deacon. LONDON, Dee. 26---Ts. '

[ over said road until repairs are made. Thursday.Rev. Harry Padgett, Junior Deacon.F. the press representatives at h

I. Mr. J. C. Ciemons and family, for- and Godwin Sec. W. yesterday 11.
R. 0. Wright family mov- '
.1 Pakrevskl'the
: l Mr. J. J. Handley, of Mayo, spent and Mrs. R. Sapp, of Lawtey,
r. merly of Jacksonville, after spending Treasurer.C. : ,
ed Jacksonville last R. B. Jackson, minister
' to Friday. foreign declared ft'Russia
1, Christmas with his father, Mr. T. B. are spending the week here as the
1 t' k Handley. guests of relatives and friends. Christmas here with friends, have departed -, Rev. and Mrs. Galloway came to R. Sapp, Senior Stewart. appreciated ffie rood .
I." > for their new home at Long .Lawtey last week. Rev. Galloway is Neal Davis, Junior Stewart. lofty motives of President
:.. Miss Mae Dees is spending the holidays Mrs. F. M. Hudson and children, of Bridge, where they will engage in the pastor of the M. E. church, South, Jesse Reddish, Tyler. said, they had been created Wua
t with her mother in Mayo.Master Wildwood, are spending the holidays I another
year. and
here as the guests of relatives and I for 1917. The annual election of officers of hypocritical moves of tbe:
;! ": 0. G. Smith s spending the friends. Messrs. J. H. Wainwright and El- Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Bradley, of Lawtey Camp, No. 159, W. 0. W. was government"; Nevertheless,' it.

L L' : I: holidays with his aunt, Mrs J. H. Con- Misses Debbie Phillips and Ola lery Sapp and wives and Misses Net- Starke, spent Christmas with relativesin held Tuesday evening, December 26, dared, the Allied: } 'governa ,
.. in Jacksonville. tie and Hattie Robinson and Susie with
yers, Lawtey. reply all possible
; follows foflaeu
I Mathis were shopping in Starke Tues- as ; U.
\ lit Miss Sallie Walker, of Jacksonville, Sapp witnessed the successful Xmas Henry Bennett was transacting bus- B. L. Blanchard, Past Council Com- serted that they would peitertw

; fir', is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Brooks day.Elder and Mrs. D. L. Phillips were tree and exercises at Enterprise Monday -.I iness in Jacksonville last Saturday. mander. the war would continue raQ! ta e ?a

f here this week. transacting business in Starke Friday. evening. Mrs. M. E. Edwards and little daughter L. L. Sapp, council Commander.A. aged! territories baa been restored.

f Mr. Math Rintz and family, of Lennox Miss Julia Hudson, of Wildwood, is Miss Dora Clarke and Mrs. Hattie Mabel, and sons,.Edward and Lau- I M. Blanchard, Adviser Lieut.J. until theer had been created datil

I Ga., are visiting Mrs. Rint's visiting relatives and friends here this Black made a business trip here the rie, came up from Gainesville to spend T. Moore, Banker.L. affairs in which the existence

L, brother, Mr. W. M. Bloodsworth, in week. first of this week. the; Christmas holidays at their home H. Hill, Clerk.W. would be assure tad ota'I13tions
n (T' Mrs. Laura Wainwright, ho has been E. Torode Escort.V. ;anew world-wide conflict
Raiford, this week. Mr. 0. J. Phillips was transacting here.Mr. wo
to IfclI business in Starke sick at Sapp Station for some time, and Mrs. W. A. Barrett and lit- R. Reddish, Sentry.A. t possible.
I Miss Annie Bryant, of Baker coun- Friday.Mr. returned home the latter of last
of Ocala
with the B. M. Bryan is spending the tle daughter, are spendingthe C. Pearce, Watchman.G. .
is the holidays
holidays at her home in Raiford. week. holidays at the home of Mrs. Bar- W. Brown and E. L. Biggs, phy- TO .U. C. VETERANa :
A. An-
: of her uncle, lIon. D. ,
family Master Tate and Miss Chaster Alvarez rett's mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Mr. .
Mesdames J. S. Norman and E. J. ; -
drews, in Raiford. Christmas with relatives 1:
spent Smith at
Hill A. A. spent Sunday H. Harley, James Shepard andR.
in .
:- : ; Messrs. Schelly McCranie and An- were shopping Friday.Mr. in Starke. Headquarters First Florida BrS
Brooks Shipman, of Starke, was Kingsley.Mr. R. Thede, Managers.Mr. U. C. V., 'Jasper Fla.
t gus Worthington, of Lennox, Ga., are Mrs. Nora Johnson is spending a and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little Dec 2?
;'i i }: guests in the home of W. M. Bloods- transacting business here Wednesday.A ,while with friends and relatives at her son, J. B. Jr., spent Christmas day at E. E. Burney and family spent General Orders No. 1. ,
i I.!! worth this week. large party of Lawtey people at- I Christmas with friends in Jackson- 1. The members of the
old home, St. George, Ga. the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. :M. Blan- Fint,
t Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Morrell are here tended the Christmas tree here Monday Britt, Schellie and Mrs. J. S. Rosier chard. ville.Mr. ida Brigade, United Confederate

I spending the holidays with their night. attended the exercises here last Miss Bertha Lawrence, of Jacksonville Marcus Brown came up from erans, are :hereby requested t01,
; 1 daughters, Mrs. W. H. Farnell and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Norman spent Friday night. is spending the holidays here at Gainesville and spent Christmas at the part in the i inauguration of Govea' ?

Mrs. Clifford Jones. Christmas with Mrs. Norman's parents During the holidays vocal music is the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs.T. nome of his parents. elect Sidnefr J. Catts at TaHaksa

: Mr. R. H. Weaver spent Friday in at Waller. icing taught by Prof. L. A. Davis of B. Lawrence. Little Miss Della Blanchard is spend- the Capital of this State, on Tua

: Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. 0. J. Phillips was transacting the Heilbronn school. Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and lit ing this week with relatives at Mel- January 2, 1917. -

t l and Mrs. J. A. Hobbs and children business in the Wateroak section Wed- Our Second Assistant, Miss Johnson tle daughter of Starke, spent Christ- 2. The t command will aenb'f r.t].

j I l spent the holidays with Mrs.Hobbs' nesday. is spending this week with friendsat rose.Mr. front of the Leon
Christmas passed off quietly at mas in Lawtey at the home of Mrs. James Gill, of Anthony, was a county courtas
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. very
I this place. A Christmas tree heldat Raiford. M. E. Edwards. guest of his sister, Mrs. H. C. Peace, near as jmay be in foil unit( -
I I.I. Cason. Messrs. Jno. Forsyth and Drew Reddish 'I Mrs. Walter Ferris, accompanied by last Saturday. 9:30 A. ?t.{ January 2nd and
the church and elaborate
I \ 'I Mr. J. W. Mann, of Baker county, rendered.The an pro- made a trip to the county hub on her son, John, and wife, of Chicago, assigned a jplace in the parade.,',
i\ was in town Saturday visiting hisSons. gram Saturday, and the latter purchased a ill. arrived here last week.E. .
I ; rains of last week did a great DRUGS ARE SMUGGLED INTOU. i 3.. Stan officers as at present;
mule from the drove of stock there. L. Wilkerson, of Highland, will
was stituted in their
deal of damage, not only to the S. TROUGH FLORIDA PORTS act sate
Miss Helen Nauright is spending crops
i Mr. J. E. J. Wainwright, who set an .
but the roads in almost the guest of friends here Sunday.Mr. on: this occ lion, and until fee
were put an app
i : the holidays in Raiford with her parents acre of berry plants at Sapp Station 0. L. Thomas and family spent tent of their successors. '
t :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nauright.Mr. impassable condition. with the intention ,of moving there Christmas at the home of Mrs. Tho- Investigators Find Present Statutes \-;
I I B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier has decided to remain his 4. .Spe ial rates have beta
soon; on mas' parents in Nassau county. Are Ineffective to This Traffic.
"j Bridge section, was a business visi- BROOKER.Messers. farm here, and the people of this vicinity I Col. and Mrs. Adkins, of Gainesville over the Marions transportation.
tt and from Tallahassee for
i tor in Raiford Saturday. and should be
at large
county and little
t daughter, were guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cranford, of NEW YORK, Dec. 26.Practicallyevery casion, any your commanding,
I Eldon Baxter and Carl justly proud to have him stay, as he Mrs. M. E. Edwards Christmas.
.L. ; Jacksonville, are spending the holidays Ward, of Kingsland, Ga., are spending is big-hearted, broad-minded, energetic Miss Florrie Terry is spending a few passenger and freight vessel en- would appeciate a good atte;
' with Mrs. Cranford's parents, the Christmas holidays with their I tering Miami is said to carry its quota } JOHN S. FR
: i and progressive, and no better neighbor weeks with 'relatives and friends at -
t j Mr. and Mrs. L. of vicious powders and liquids that Brigadier General Comma is,
Sapp. parents here. > can be found than is Ned, himself.Mr. Fort White. (
Mr. Jacob Varnes of Johnstown Mr. ate eating into the vitals of the American Fla. Brigade, U. C. V. ';1
: S. Warren visited Palatka Lacy Green made a pleasure Miss Florence Williams, of Wash-
; ll was a business visitor here Saturday. last Sunday. trip to Lawtey Sunday afternoon.Our people, according to a statement T. J. APPLEYARD.
I is the
ington, D. C., spending holidaysat
t I I Messrs. Brooks and Ernest Griffis, Miss Marguerite_Shriver, of Lake patrons and pupils are hereby the home of her sister, :Mrs. A. M.' by Irwin A. McKenna, of this city, investigator Adjutant General] and Chief ofGROWERS

t- I I I of Sapp Station, were visitors in Rai- City, is spending the Christmas holidays notified that school will begin on Jan. Van Dyke in East Lawtey. and lecturer. He declares !t- -'
I Miami is the gateway for habit form-
; I ford Saturday. at her home here. Miss Anna Jackson of Madison is
a f t I .' :Mr. J. S. Register, of Elarbt;?. vas Mr. J. M. Shaw paid Jacksonville a 2nd.A birthday dinner was served at the visiting in Lawtey this week. ing drugs from Cuba and South Amer- .

t r t J' f transacting business in town Satur business visit last Friday.Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crawford Miss Rose Mary Hull spent Sundayand 1 ica, and that owing to inadequate Federal All members of the Starke <.
laws thousands of offenders
1'f I day. Thomas Baxter, of Jacksonville, Tuesday in honor of the seventeenth Monday with relatives and friendsin are Association are invited to '
' I I Mrs. S. W. Smith, proprietor of the visited his parents. here Sunday and birthday of their son, Clayton. Many Starke. escaping and obtaining rich profits Starke January 6, 1917, as i.
: : Hotel Tavoli in Jack- from their illegal traffic. some very important 'bUJ neSl ;
spent Friday
I Monday. relatives and friends were present, and
Ury Gunter, of Raiford, was a visi-
Mr. McKenna declares he found hor- tend to. Every member i
. i: sonville. Miss Julia Anderson is spending after enjoying a feast on the many tor to Lawtey the first of the week.
the Come.
rible conditions in Florida attend meeting.
: "j Mr. John Thornton, of Sapp, was a this week with friends and relativesin dainties prepared for the occasion the Mr. and other
Ernest Wells was a visitor to
intend to
remain as a :
Southern states. He declared that the you
.(. business visitor here Saturday. Brooker.Mr. I younger people engaged in music and Jacksonville Association .
I Sunday.Mr. the or not *
, of the South will '
Miss Dora Johnson is spending the T. P. Ward, of Kingsland, Ga., singing. and Mrs. Marion Oliver, of newspapers be com C. N. COOPER, .
i holiday vacation of her school at Heil- is spending the holidays with his family Baldwin pelled soon to withdraw from their ad- A. BRONKE, Manacer.
I spent Christmas day at the v
vertising columns all mention of
bronn Springs, at her home in Rai'f here. drugs 12222t. ,it
" LAKE BUTLER. home of Mr. EI| J. Roberts. and consolidate.to force :"
' ford. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw and Mr. Messrs. J. Q. and Robert Futch were Congress to "4

!: : Mr. C. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, was a Geo. Crosby and sister, Miss Edyth, transacting busines sin Starke Satur- pass severe restrictive legislation. A STARKE WOMANTHEFBONtjLr COMils
business visitor here Saturday. were doing their Christmas shoppingin Christmas passed off quietly and More Attention to Victims :

r. f Miss Ruby Byrd returned to her : Starke last Saturday afternoon.Mr. pleasantly. Everybody seemed happy day.Mr.. and Mrs. Hiram Bennett and lit- Once a Federal law is passed to prevent -i"'

home Tuesday, after a month's visit' Thomas Reeves, of Gainesville, with bountiful dinners and many giftsof tle Miss Jeannette Bennett spent the the spread of the drug habit, Mr. Resident .:

.. with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Teston, in spent Christmas here with his sister, remembrance from relatives and Christmas McKenna declares the 1,450,000 users Every Starke
f Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. G. W. Lewis. friends. The Lake Butler band in the Lake Butler.holidays* relatives near of drugs will become useful units of Whit a Neighbor, tin. ?

t Mr. Henry Redding, of Flat Ford, Prof. N. G. Hall left Saturday for afternoon serenaded the town with Louis Hubbard returned here Satur- society. They will be taken care of -'J.'"

; was a business visitor here Saturday. Orange Heights, where he will spend their: melodious music'which was appreciated day from Palmetto, where he has been prisons and on prison farms and allowed Mrs. M. Johns, Stoke, ...

:, j t Mr. E. M. Knight, principal of the the holidays with relatives. highly by large crowds: spending several months with his uncle to recuperate. Later communities was bothered by kidney i '.

,-, Raiford school, made-a business trip Miss Loca Johnson is spending the There was a union Christmas tree and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hill. will have to forget their past rec- suffered from backache and.?,!.

to Jacksonville Saturday.Miss Christmas holidays with her aunt at at the Baptist church Saturday even- Mr. Henry Tison, a prominent real ords and help them to greater useful- pains in my limbs. I used'two]

Loca Johnson, who is teaching Raiford.Mr. ing, loaded with everything nice to estate dealer, of Jacksonville, spent ness.: At the present time no provision of Doan's Kidney PiSa with tk

; S in the Brooker school, is spending the J. F. Turner, of Blythe, Ga., is make the little children happy. It was Christmas with relatives and friends has been made for women drug of results. They relieved the 1

; holidays at her home in Raiford. the guest of his sister, Mrs. E. J. largely attended and the evening was near Lawtey. fiends:, There is no farm to which difficulty :and removed .the .b&.

; i Mr. Raymond Norman, of Vanderbilt Ward. thoroughly: enjoyed.Mr. Ernest Dowling, of Jacksonville, they may go.Commenting. and pains." (Statement gfoar!

: spent several days last week in'f Mr. W. E. Pinholster and family, of C. F. Rivers spent Christmaswith spent Saturday and Sunday with his on the profit to sailors 10, 1911.) A'
his children and and others who smuggle drugs into the |
Raiford. other relativesin
c Camilla, Ga., are visiting relatives friends in and near Lawtey.Mr. Over Three Yean LtWMrs.
; Mr. Alphonzo Jones, of Charleston, here this week. Hampton.Dr. United States, :Mr. McKenna stated '
: They arrived Mon- and Mrs. W. H. Miner and children Johns said: 'Doatf* J.
E S. C. is the with Henry Carver of Alachua visited that an ounce of heroin is worth $8
: I spending holidays day night, having made the tr.p by of Starke, was at the home of Pills have done me a lot of _
I his brother, Mr. Clifford Jones, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. in Miami, but it makes 60 decks and
Mr. E. J. Roberts them highly .
k for Christmas. I recommend as _
t. wife in Raiford. I. J. Collins and J. M. Carver, Christmas day. Marshal L. L. Sapp was visitor to each deck sells for $1 in New York or 1"
1- I Mr. Joe Thornton, of the Redding Groover visited Alachua last Tuesday.Mr. Dr. W. H. Lee visited his parents in Starke Sunday. any other city where drug consumersare ever. all dealer:

'! Bridge section, was a business visitor J. D. Baxter and daughter, Miss Melrose during the holidays.Mr. numerous. Price 5Oc, tat -
Messrs. Fisher Gaskins and J.
son, for kidney nDean's
simply ask a
? here Schell Carver and Misses Anna "
i Edna, and Miss LuBedia Pinholsterleft
L. of Wateroak visitors to Law-
were Pil1 -the
f I Miss Anna Vivian Graham is visiting Tuesday for Blackshear, Ga., to Mae Pogue, Edna Epperson and Lillie tey and Starke Tuesday.Mr. Piles Cored In 6 to 14 Days Kidney .
.4 '. relatives in Starke this week. spend! a week with relatives.Mr. Colson motored over to Starke Mon- Your drag-rift will refund money U PAZOOINTMHNT Mrs. Johns has twice publican'
James Goodfellow came from Itfl to of Co
.I up any cue Itching mended. Foster-Milburn ,.
1 ; Mr. Marion Browning, after spend- and Mrs. G. B. Colson, Mrs. S. day afternoon. South Florida and spent Christmaswith Blind Bleedin K Protruding Pilci in 6 to 14 fort.
: ing several days with his mother, Mrs. R. Cone and Mrs. Ray Godwin and Mr. W. E. White, of Hartwell, Ga., his family here. The ant application gives E M sod Kelt. We. Buffalo, N. Y. i.'

i ;, J. R. Ritch, left Monday to resume his children motored to Gainesville Tues- the talented musician, was visiting in Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall were

duties in the army at Ft. Washington, day afternoon.Mr. our city during Christmas.A. shopping in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. .

J :Id. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes: of Bun- E. Mixon, of Miami, spent the Aldridge Prevatt returned here .
Mr. J. S. Rosier, of Evergreen, was nell, are visiting friends and relatives holidays with friends in Lake Butler. last week from Wymauma, where he S

!! : a visitor here Monday. here this week. Miss Rhona McDonald, of Marietta, has been employed for the past three
i \ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crews and baby, who is teaching school at that place, months.Mr. To Oat Friends and Customers: a

1 j, little son and Miss Carrie McKay of and Mr. Sam Crews and son, Jeff, of I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Warren Jackson, of Jackson- .
ti Starke, spent Sunday with Mr. W. S. F. McDonald, her vacation.Dr. .
Phifer, are visiting relatives in and during ville, spent Sunday here with relatives.Mr. :
Graham and family in Raiford.Mr. near Brooker. I Ged Parrish, of Ocala, spent I
T. J. Terry visited relatives and A Glad and
and Mrs. W. M. Whitten Christmas with relatives friends.Mr. Prosperous'
returned and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynn, of
.... near friends in Fort White last Monday.Mr. ,
: .. from their trip on the East and Mrs. B. A. Smith and '
,. Paradise, were visitors in Brooker on son, and Mrs. H. CI| Peace and chil- '-1,
to st-_ Coast Sunday.Mr. Wednesday.Mr. of Gainesville, are visiting at the homeof dren spent Christmas with relativesin New Year -

.., and Mrs. J. F. White, of Law- and Mrs. L. A. Brown and little Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell. Anthony.Mrs. .
r tey visited their daughter, Mrs. W. H. Mr. J. E. Harper, of Gainesville,
daughter Iris, and Miss Eunice Hazen C. J. Fisher, of Minoa, N. Y.,
t Andrews, in Raiford Monday. left Wednesday morning by auto fora spent the holidays with his family here
left for
Tuesday a visit to Tampa, after -
Mr. Horace and Miss Everetta Jac- few days' visit with relatives at Sar- and it seemed like olde times to see spending about a week here as the J Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

;iIulp r obi of Columbia, S. C., are visiting asota and Tampa. Joe on the streets of Lake Butler. guest of Mrs. E. D. Sayles.Mr. .

their aunt, Mrs. J. M. Morrell this Messrs. L. Morgan, Claude Crosby, Prof. S. A. Draper went over to and M W. S. Dursse of Char- tt

wttk.MM.. A. B. Surrency A. A. Hazen and G. Gainesville Tuesday on business. leston, S. C., are spending the holidaysat "The Happy Home 'Bailders"HULL'S
s W. W. Fimell went to Jack. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. and children
W. Hazen motored to Starke Wednesday Upham the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
onvill Saturday to met relatives to attend to business. of Jasper, are the pleasant visitors Harley. Mr. Dursse is a nephew of
I from South Carolina and returned Miss Lily of of Mrs. J. N. Lanjrford this week. ;
Crosby Sampson City, Mr. Harley. %%%44%"% .
with them Saturday afternoon. is spending the holidays at the homeof Miss Myrtle Blair spent Christmasin .
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Taylor are \U- her pannti. Macclenny with her mother.

\ .. hint )I,.. Taylor's ptrrnts. Mr. and The Christmas tree at the Baptist Miss Thelma Schfll is spending the

Mr*. C. J. Knight in Uk Butler! this church and tM star at the Free Will holidays with 1parntl..

I ,1' ...11. Baptist church wm ..U attended and Mr J. N. Cain was a business vitU
__ Mr. sad Mr*. J C Byrd suited many handsome presents were di.. tor to St. Petersburg last week. While DEPARTMENT STOR$ .t-.t1. :

their *.",*ktr, Mrs J. R. TWnton.Ut play*!. there to visited his father-in-law. Mr. _

E e Atlanta G*, Canrtnuu.Mr k.II#,. .' ,.<-it'
>j Carl JKKtWnny, .f tutor rag*. Min Ruth Green, who has t*... in
ty, tea 4 a ta4ft.*. .. .itr tort TUMTW < HEILRRONN. Jarktoavfl'c fat torn time, returned We buy in exchange Corn Sweet Potatoes, Egg, Chickens and otter
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ft" bom Mon )ay.Owtnt We sell Groceries Hardware Crockery and Glue wn Furniture" des. _
e .... eI Mr, aad Mr*- Clifford Mr. Bud ParmmUr, ,who. HAS tat t. heal M4itions and the '

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