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: January 5, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02054
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yULAHASSEE, Jan. 2.-The cere- Off with the old-and on with the new I The Telegraph-starts the new year In his inaugural-address at Tallahassee Board met pursuant- to adjournmentwith In the last issue of the Telegraph. .4 r

pes incident to the inauguration of was the order of the day at the coun- with two new features that we hope 1 Tuesday Governor Catts gave all members present on Monday, we mentioned the sad death of William ,
IfI'DOr.Sidney J. Cattg today were 'ty court house Tuesday, that being the will meet with the approval of our I i forecast of what he considers the i Jan. 1.Minutes. Johns, formerly of Starke, later a fish- : {!

inost elaborate ever held here. The day I fixed by law for officers elected at readers.1 These new features are a ]Dost important matters to come before of last meeting read and erman of Lake Okeechobee, on a lonely .? j
pral; ball tonight, however, la'cklie the general election in November to I department to be devoted exclusively j his administration. Following is approved.The island of the great lake, and that the ;:
presence of Governor and Mrs. assume the duties of their respective I to farmers and their interests' and a 1 he full text of what he had to say trustees of Rising school requested death had been declared to have been

they are opposed dancing offices. serial story It is intended to make ;along this line; the appointment of Leacy Harris : from suicide. Since then we have care- I

ill not attend this feature. On the board of county commissioners the farmers department a permanent "The most important thing facing to fill the unexpired term of Mrs. fully scanped all our many East Coast

the Governor's man- A. H. Williams, J. B. Crews and :feature and it is also intended to follow Florida today is the drainage of the Futch, resigned. The appointment was exchanges in the hope of finding de- ,

iithe county' court house, the city D. W. Pinholster gave place to J. J. the present serial story with oth :Everglades!, and if the incoming administration confirmed.The tails of the tragedy, but all we could .. j
cin fait every public building and Blackwelder R. J. Andrews and H. D. can succeed in doing this' trustees of Hampton requestedthat find was this little notice in the Palm

lieu house in Tallahassee was a May. Commissioners S. T. Bowline ers.We ask the farmers of the countyto in the next four years, an event of as an election be called for the election Beach Sun of December 29th, which J, I

iof t bunting and flags with the one and J. L. Underhill were re-elected help us make their departm one much moment will have transpired in of trustees for the next two years is erroneous in some of the essentials, i' '

ion of the Supreme Court build- for another term. On the school board of the most interesting parts of the the history of Florida as the openingof and that the advertisement of same be as will be seen farther on: ; -

lich was not even bedecked with L. W. Kickliter and Chesley Fogg are .paper. This may be done if they will the Panama Canal was to the world. given to the Bradford County Times, ;'t '
jrs and Stripes on the flagstaff. succeeded by J. C. McRae and T. B. write or tell us of any farm news occurring The[ first step in this direction, as I which was granted. "Committed Suicide on Ob- .0\-1 l'

Jonse chamber had been cleared I Pinholster. J. E. Douglass was re- in their vicinit. The depart- see it, would, be awakening of the people 'The board proceeded to examine the serration Island in Lake. ,:I,

. furniture and beautiful were the elected. At the re-organization of the ment may also be made a place for the of Florida to the greatness of the teachers' reports and bills paid, and "Willie Johns. a white man. unknown j

>r decorations there for the. in- boards Tuesday morning S. T. Dowlingwas exchange of ideas on the many prob- )roject. I have recently returned from warrants were drawn for same. and without relatives or J I

ilbafl.plan5 elected chairman of the county lems that farmers are confronted with.If a trip through the Everglades and -The -board- adjourned- subject to re- friends, committed suicide with a j

for the inauguration were commissioners and T. B. Pinholster you have found a better method of Lake Okeechobee, which showed me organization. revolver last Thursday on Observation "j 1

4 out in their entirety, includ- chairman of the school board. doing a class of work about your place I the; immense richness of the sectionto F.. G. SCHELL, Island in Lake Okeechobee. J

!the parade of state officials, theMed The full complement Qf officers for let your neighbors and friends have be drained. To my mind this is Secretary. He was found dead by some of the .?
automobile pageant, ( natives in the and it later l
repre- the ensuing term will be follows the benefit of your experience. Writeus now the richest section undevelopedon vicinity
every, county), the ball, the re- ,Sheriff, W. J. Epperson as county: about anything and everything that earth today, and so rich is the land Starke, Jan. 2, 1917. developed that several persons had
1 of Governor and Mrs. Catts judge, G. A. Gardiner clerk; circuit will be of interest or value to other and so fertile its quality, that the land The board was called to order by witnessed the tragedy. Judge J.

cutive offices that night.but theN court, W. T. Weeks tax; N. farmers. The Telegraph would like itself might be taken up and shipped the superintendent and the following C. Hancock, stuart, telegraphed
of the Supreme Court stated D. Wainwright tax; collector assessor B., M. for its farm department to become a just as it is as a fertilizer to the poorer organization was perfected: T. B. Pin- Sheriff George B. Baker concerning .
Jonrfng that they would not take Dowling school; superintendent, E. R. real help to its farmer readers. sections of the state and the union. holster, of District 3, was made chair- the death of Johns. The sher- '

,;in:the parade of state officials. Poppell ; E. Our correspondents are requested to The rich, black muck land runs six or man.On iff made an investigation and find- ,
county George
when Cot W. W. Flournoy ; surveyor feet the motion it was,ordered that the that Johns killed himself the .
wen; Kelly supervisor of registration, C. give particular attention to farm news eight deep throughout nearly ing ,
,ned of this, he went to see the A. Knight.; and send it on separate from their extent of the millions of acres and superintendent have stationery prepared sheriff telegraphed Judge Hancock .
for the office motion
and persuaded them to join it. i general news letter in order that it produces the greatest crops I have I also on it that a coroner's jury was not nec- ,
. Board County Commissioners T. was ordered that all publishers in the -
'ght to their door the finestbile be published in the farm de seen anywhere in all my travels. One essary. The body of Johns was
i in town, a twin-six Pack- Dowling, chairman; J. J. Blackwelder, partment.may trouble about the matter is, the people county submit a sealed bid to do theboard's buried on the island by residents '
jcsd the judges loaded in and took R. J. Andrews, J. L. Underhill, H. D. living in other sections of the state printing, in time for the next in that vicinity of the Okeechobee -

places in the ,procession before May. are not in sympathy with the drainageof regular meeting. region." \ -
: School Board-T. B. Pinholster, THE TELEGRAPH'S NEW STORY. should I It was ordered that the meeting time
the be.
ched the capitol. Mr. Flournoy Everglades as they '
chairman J. C. McRae J. E. Doug- remain unchanged.It The box containing the remains of
t* the members of the court that ; This we desire to develop by a speak- the dead arrived the south-
The Telegraph begins this week the the state distant was the sense of the organizationthat boy on
id made various motions before lass.The ing tour through no The
IE the fatnous Catts-Knott con- boards will continue to, hold publication of "Prudence of the Par- future, so that a spirit of co-oper- we have and maintain a regular bound midnight train last Friday.
'which motions had been denied, their regular meetings on the first sonage," a charming little story that ation! and enlightenment be awakened order of business. Same will be furnished grief-stricken father insisted on car- -
I rying home the box the same night, ,, !
is motion to join the parade they Monday in each month.W. we are sure the readers of the paper! everywhere. The first great pro- later.The.board and couple of his !
not deny.vernoreleCt. J. Epperson, who succeeds to the and particularly our lady readers, wil ject after this will be the floating of finished their routine of accompanied by a '
Catts and his family :sheriff's office, is one of the most popular .- t enjoy. The story will run for several the first (about) 3,000,000 worth of 1 business and adjourned to meet first brothers, Mr. Johns slowly drove '. I

, ortably located at the execu-1 citizens of the county. He has weeks, and will be followed by other bonds, and after that $3,000,000 more, Monday in February.E. through the. dark and lonely woods to ',
mansion, having arrived at 1:50 :served the county heretofore as amember i serial stories during the year. which should put the whole section R. POPPELL, his home, the Dr. Boss place south of ,

'C Saturday. They were met by : of the board of commissioners We are mailing sample copies to largely in a condition of cultivationand Secretary.T. town, the family having moved there 1

crowds at the station and by I member of the school board and i several hundred homes and will mail after the first crop is made on B. PINHOLSTER, during the week. .

_or ng and Mrs. Park Trammell, .county tax assessor. It is felt by everyone I copies to the same persons next week. this land you may look for prices to Chairman. The poor parents were eager to seethe : I!
escorted them to the mansion in I that-the sheriff's office has been Those who receive these copies are ,soar until the fabulous prices of Cal- remains of their once bright, hope- ;
F 'officers of the state, and thus insurein ful boy, and after much trouble the '
and turned the keys. Mr. given into safe hands. :asked to read the opening chapters of: ifornia will be nothing on earth to jm I
ear over i if times of danger that no czar-like box which was covered with sheet _*-g ]
and ,
of the Parsonage"
"Prudence earth
lln. Trammell had moved to the Mr. E. R. Poppell, who will be school what this, the richest land on ( I
you like the story and other featuresof will bring. I guess I had better stop procedure shall ever be taken part in iron, was opened. As soon as the lid I
the next four
i Hotel. superintendent yearsis the Telegraph you are invited to before call me prophet. by any official or set of officials. was taken off it became evident that : 1
you a -
Governor Pleased of ability and untiring ener-
if,i' a man in remittanceat Prohibition the body was in a bad state of decom
subscribe sending ,
at the deco- that his admin- Cutting Out Waste '
i-:Catts was pleased gy, and it is predicted Then the removed
installment cover was
miss position.
in order not to an -
and the cordial reception he istration will prove one of the best the once "The next thing that will claim our "Another problem that will come up from'the casket. The scene that met I
in Tallahassee. county has ever had. After attendingthe of the story. attention will be the cutting out of all for solution upon the initiative of the the of the onlookers literally I

C; the inaugural ceremonjes to- schools of the county Mr. Poppellwas waste in the administration of state House and Senate, will be the matterof "beggared gaze description." .No attempt I '
platform student at the Jasper Normal FIRE TUESDAY MORNING. institutions industries. is prohibition. This is a question
_the bunting-covered a and It an to decently it for sepulture \ i
been erected over the east :Institute, later attending and graduatIng -, -. established fact that when the same which, like Banquo's ghost, will not had been made prepare it had been unceremoniously i
of the capitol two ,mementos from.the Georgia Normal College About 1:30 Tuesday morning fire I officers continue too long at their fobs down until it shall be finally settled placed; in the coffin in a

ii presented to retiring officials. and Business Institute 4't Abbeyville, was discovered in the dwelling of J. that they let in extravagances here for what is best to the greatest masses of overalls to which till

iry of State H. Clay Crawfordan and is also a graduate from the Southern M. Dubose pn South Cherry street, but I and there, until by and by great'methods the of state mankind.all feel The that whiskey it is men of working clung some garb St. Lucie county, sand. The. .

address presenting Gov- Normal Institute at Douglass, Ga. the building being a small one it was of waste are established and the I.which will a question hands had been crossed and tied with ; j
"Trtmmell, with a gift from the He has taught school for 17 years inBradford so nearly consumed when the firemen state loses many thousands of dollars ultimately go against them fish line. Then with fear
of ,
not only Florida but in the piece
.nd Commissioner of Agricul- county and for two years arrived that it could not be saved. per year because of lack of system tion. na and trembling, the cloth was removed ,
.m. A. McRae presented the re- outside of the county, giving him .a No member of the family were at upon the part of those whose businessit from the face. The flickering light '
h: State. Comptroller, Wm. V. record of 19 years as a successful home at the time. Mrs. Pubose and is to see after her affairs. Our idea Opening All Closed Institutions to -Police from the then revealed the most
1witb'a token of esteem from tea her. It will be se .n, therefore, the children were with her sister, Mrs.S. will be to effect changes in these mat- Inspection lamp The face -- j

low cabinet members. that he brings both,technical and prac- D.' Reaves, of Bland, and Mr. Du ters by rotation in office and puttingin "The next question that will come had ghastly sight been imaginable.washed. The entire i \
drew to the office"which he his brother, W. A. Du new men far as we can do so barely
with 'as
Supreme Court tical experience bose was before us for solution will be the open- of the head had been blown off, 1
,i to see who would be the Chief now fills.'While. bose How the fire originated is amystery practically; and in case these men do ing of all closed institutions within the top few pieces of the skull, held by .
the in- welcomedwe and it looks like the work of not make good, put them out and put only a
"a few minutes before the new officers-are state of Florida for police inspection, the scalp; remained. A load of buckshot i i
., OD.. The only new member of should not forget to give a mede of an incendiary. There was a slight others in until we find the right men. such as,, convents, parochial schools had entered just below the left I .

Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, praise to those who retire. Messrs. insurance on the building, but none Giving Board of Equalization More and other institutions of like nature. ear, and most of the ear had been torn :
West, drew the lucky number, Denmark, Schell, Hazen, Kickliter, on the furniture, and as nothing at all Power The taxing of all church property with It was all too evident that the \t

t-the appointed hour he admin- Fogg, Crews,Williams and Pinholster, was saved, Mr. Dubose's loss is heavy. "The next thing that will claim our the exception of pastoral homes and away.body had been exposed to the sport of ;

I the oath of office to Governor- who gave place Tuesday to their successors attention will be giving the board of the churches themselves and'the same blowflies. The eyes were wide open, '' .i' : .

cans,,who delivered his inaugu- have given the county faithful i SWAVERLY-ANDERSON. equalization. of taxes. more power! so universal examinations for all teachers and the reflection from.the glazed 11 :
fidelity ,. __ .
for their .whether they be in public or parochial .
service and deserve praise that: they shall not only have the rightto orbs of the trembling iigni seemea -
to the inteersts of the publ1cTELEGRAPH'S The marriage last Friday night of equalize large and vast estates of or denominational schools. This appeal for the bringing of the rnnr--* I }
MULE KILLED Miss Cordia private and corporations, but possibly will have some disquieting effects oj
'HURT AND Mr. A. W. Swaverly and persons derer to justice, giving a clear meaning I
HONOR ROLL numberof .their: privileges shall be extended to upon legislation, but like the \
BOLT OF LIGHTNING. Anderson was of interest to a to these words of the famous stanza ;
friends and relatives in Leesburgof i the vast systems of railways new pen- great question of prohibition will nev- :
: 'etrating our state. We notice that er down until it is settled upon a basisof 1
Who Paid Subscription bbth the bride and groom. "An orphan's curse may drag to hell
-J. Home, who lives in one of Names of Those The ceremony was performed by they have already effected great goodin Americanism. An angel from on high, '
_, N. Andrews' farms west of During December.S. ; Rev. A. ,L. Blizard at the Baptist St. Johns county in the matter of Industrial School for Boys and Girls But 0, more terrible than that '

_-'the victim of a, harrowing Pastorium. Immediately after the the Flagler estate, whose taxes they "Another question which will claim I Is the curse from a dead man's eye!" jl

!ce last Thursday afternoon B. Futch, 0. T. Nelson, A. M. Darby ceremony the young couple motoredto raised from $75,000 to a tax on $16)00,000 ,- the best thought and attention of our l The sight: was sickening, the cloth l.
_doe not care to repeat Mr. H. E. Freeman, Mr Emily D. : Wildwood where they caught the which increased the taxes of House and Senate is the matter of industrial 'was quickly replaced and the casket .

1 been plowing and had come Mrs.-N. B. Hull, Louis Wilkerson night train for Tampa where they St. Johns county $107,000, state and schools and training, for the and box again closed. The night resounded ...j

i t feed his team. Having Sayles N., 'D. Wainwright, Jr.. A. D. An- spent severaLdays, returning to Lees- county, and decreased the millage from boys and girls of Florida. As Senator with wails, and the grid 'bl i I

_Jes into their stalls he.went Sam Croft, Jas. W. Bielling, :burg and their future home at the Verandah ten mills to five. This will pay their Williams says, the time is past when the poor parents may perhaps be
rfnd room to get them their drews, Witt. Henry Summers, S. House Wednesday morning. salaries for 'many years, and show boys and girls know all about Latin, imagined but not described. : !.
C. Howard, sister of Mrs. T. G., what they would do were they ade- Greek French Hebrew Sanskrit, and r
,-aem lightning struck the barn Sown W. J- Waters, J. S. The bride is the The news of the occurrence spread I
roofroughthe JtjaS8W. this city and has taught in quately equipped with legal; authorityand all the dead languages, and yet when I
I tyoit near the center of the W. Bielling, J., F. Futch of very fast through Starke and vicinity, j !
John A. for two terms, visiting had the right kind of men on the to sell goods know nothing
Werts, school they go
roof and appar- Miss Ella the Whitney and Saturday morning many went to i ,
_ D, Dukes, Jr., where board. It will be our pleasure to try about how to to to
he J..G. Botd. frequently in Leesbur be polite people
the room, in which Buck Williams, the Johns home to learn the true state. \
B. Shaw, Nettles. B. number of fnends by to get the legislature to see that this cut goods right, or to retain their positions ,
__ through the shed Phillip she has won a of affairs and offer sympathy to the I
,,massing Dr. J.. G. Phillips body should be given full and and when to farm 'it *
'A. C. Hall, sweet lovable disposition. compet- they go the deceased.
Underhill, her relatives of
i.owes were feeding. J.'Sapp, W. H. E. H. Swaverly has resided in Lees- tent power to equalize the taxes of all will take two years to make their sutr- sorrowing "F t T
and DouglasS Mr. hastened to ,J
ne was knocked down : 11. M. The. Telegraph reporter w-::
John property lying within our chew. If
r Wets, holding the position ar cane big enough to
nothbappenedunti1his Dr. P.'D. burg for a year, grow and found there be- '. \
the ,
Knocked that he knows R. Sullivan, in Law scene early, '
Clemons, J. L.Stalby foreman of the job plant of the Changes Primary we desire to retain the respect of our- ::
wife and as other prominent State At'j
sides men
l, Ada Miller, reliable, selves and the nations' of the earth we
'Commercial office. He is a "The primary law will also come in i
Define,to the barn to find him I J. business man for its change, as the recent election must educate the hand as well as the torney A. V. Long, Representativej

". I'Sfainst some cotton that ford; T.,P.. and straight-forward is held with high young esteem. muddle proved conclusively that it is brain. This is one of the great schemes iect A. S. Crews, Dr. J. C. Wills, G. 1
and .i
M. L. Johns. Dr. .
p4 were and which was sev- L. Parmelthr friends of the couple join the deficient in regard to second which we hope to see instituted in C. Livingston :
born where he was, sitting at Clyatt.T: F.mwards Commercial The in extending congratula- very choice votes. Just what the changes Florida in the next four years.Better Wills had come to view the remains :' t'\;.."..:

,-ffflt the stroke. One of the G. RitelZ and' best wishes to the young ate to be cannot yet be said, but we Shipping LfefB' and the casket ?was opened. As the ? '
found to be dead from theM ter, ':: ; tions Leesburg Commercial. notice that many newspapers of the I question'of vital state of its contents has already been J- p: ;
couple.- "Another importance -
the bad broken W. M. this matter and described it is not necessary to repeat .1' ,
.other Kelly, state are taking up are be- 1
lot 3. aIbot. will be to get co-operation the nauseating details. It was noticed t* 0" tj 1"
i4unnIng about the very Mrs. Ethel H. L. insisting upon it that the law shall be and the railroads of
Manning tween people
L- ._ .Mr. Home was notiErt.ln I. W. AndreU,D. W. M. M; FINE OFFICES. simplified and the second choice vote of that there was no powder burn around 'f 1
the state properly '
F.. A. AndrewS by a system reg- where the shot had entered, which J. J
but was out entirely. Our suggestion will
ny.way, Stevenson Tilbnon, ulated freight rates which will insureto :
.!Py.de bock Anna law firm of them the early shipping t
Wuren; the himself fired the shot-
of new
B. ceased had
R. offices
nor- Futch, The but that others.also shall be effected,
'retting back to a J. H. Mizell, M. M. Brinson, Williams in the upper story commodities, vegetables and fruit, no he could have done so at all 1
& condi- 4
0. L. Futeh which will materially change
He congratulated ;
{ to be Wm. them and such
J. W. Prevatt Futch building on Call street, of collusion and fraud and which discrimination against with the trigger almost out of reach .
wiA hia life. H. G. Mason, JiOrna- atbe tions thorough co-operation as shall put the .' :
D. Pearce James The room In the northwestern the ballot to such extent of his fingers. The eyes were open
the John ped. simplify an
11 that killed was Kaicli.- H. Wit.lis productions of Florida
1r was. T. is.Mr. Patch's magnificent .
Mrs. building -
of the face .
and the expression ,
of the was serene -
Parmenter that 'the wayfaring man, though a
[:Jbv Andrews and was a by, H: F. c."Mills Eo corner into the Eastern markets the same p
G. adjoining .
The room which could have been ,
Mrs hardly
G.'Griffis, private.OffiCe. fool, need not,err therein. -
M. J. California
.i-RaifoMThbune. basis of co-operation as -
W. p. Bytd, Williams'private of-
_ in suicide. Dr. Wills made
Ogden, is Mr. the case a .
L. east
L. Wilson, I. Hcirri8, J. C. the on the south Initiative Referendum and Recall now enjoys. To do this we examination of .
thorough the'body.He
OFFICERS. P. Welch, Mill ,Boyd, W. S. Croft fice1i SB5fcmroom.: South of it "Many of our sober and best think- must attend to the wants of Florida a had viewed remains of '.
A. very many
I Cone, Mrs. J. Reddish, )Irs. .1. R. is the room whose walls are hid. ing men also think. that,the time has with no less avidity, by having plentyof who had come to violent death ,' '.
4 _, -4 O. V. ;Brooks, IoJ. t. S.'Miles,1L. is a large filled with UwThis come in the history of our state when ears always on hand, rapid trans men should
eases, his in this
j.tare'the- oMc rs elected :Garris, J.W. .Addiaoft,S;1. E. Conway,I ct n. yHbook' library room has an *". the initiative, referendum recall, portation, low freight rates, etc., as and conviction.opinion He declared case that he ,, ,',

&to for May Lodge I B GreeD,'Jesse: Thoffia,Yates, M. .A. Warren'II -: boOb. from tte kali as well as from law isbalI be put upon our statute now marks the shipping facilities from carry did not believe'that William'lohns' ,
.E. H. J D J Yl. D. )I. Cone 'trance books an4 become a corporate part ofthe the wheat and corn regions 'of the <'
suicide but
eonm1tatlon room. had tommitted tyatiho
A.W.MrI. the .the land. They also think: West, and from the fruit regions of
> of'the officeS are upto.dat1refvreIIIeI laws "
jJ; t1 ;""and T e.futDt)1r! books bd maps, that, withproper provisions of pro-. California. Such conditions as these, had been murderexL Both- he'and"' Mr.' .

: L ')fr.' DclJ) ,C. V.S11'P 2ueata j, Jaw.firm- could not willi tection, thesV laws should run the will make Florida the golden state of f. <*v y,? '-. '
are 'ad Continued 2.f
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Negroes will soon be
Workers are paper decidedrom
1. TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 3.-A second PRUDENCEIs Mexican the South. that it will be a y wfe'::
(Continued From Page ) Plantations in
S I 1EREEPOUNDS strata of oil-bearing sand has been on This, authorities say, 13 soon to COllie,

4 I struck in the experimental well of the I because the spruce of Northern W"IS-

Livingston, the latter being a practical I Bonheur Oil Company in Wakulla the Crown of 3.More than!I consin, Michigan and Minnesota is fjS

embalmer, declared that the body had county, and the heads of the company LOS ANGELES, Jan.have crossed the::being eaten up by the hungry Eper

cot been embalmed, though it had been declare their intention of carrying the Sense 300,000 Mexicans New'Mexico, Arizona -..mills. Timber men state that already!
requested that it should be so beforeshipment. "Tanlac Changed Me From a hole to a sufficient depth to strike a Common border into Texas, according -the end of the spruce forest in these
and California, last year forest states is ia
real gusher.The great sight
agents Thii
The spectacle was too sickening to Nervous Wreck to a Healthy first strike was of a strata of to estimates made by labor to every means that a substitute must be used

gaze at any longer than necessary, rich oil-bearing sand, which was driven who are seeding the peons In Texas in place of spruce ground wood. Sir
IsI and when the examination was over, Woman, Says Mrs. Burgin. through 30 feet. Passing this str- section of the United states these teen successful substitutes have been

preparations were made for closing up ta a 20 foot strata of hard rock was REGISTRARS OF VITAL STATIS- and other Southern negroes developed through the careful

the remains. Just then the grief- penetrated and the second strata of TICS FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. dogged workers are replacing planta- tory experiments carried on b"bora-
stricken mother came out to have a "When I told my husband I wanteda oil sand was reached. This second and even American tenants on other United State Forest Service M
last look at the poor clay. "0, my bottle of Tanlac he said, 'You mightas strata is declared by chemists to be tions. They are preferred and son Wis., and at the brancltat -

: God!" she exclaimed, "Is this my boy, well throw your dollar out in the rich in crude petroleum.The Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, State Health foreigners on railroad construction are Wausau Wis., which has beenratoZ'J

( who left me three months ago, coming street, but if you want to try it I will promoters of the company declare -'Officer, has just finished sending out similar Work. Most of the peons but ed since the completion of the swri. *?
__.. .
manual_ labor
: back to me in this form!" This scene get you a bottle.' He did get it and their willingness to drive their the supplies of blanks and forms to the LhL utlJ; tIjU'I'I''U: .rnl .LV fnr, .__'nu men wor!:. -

was heart-rending in the extreme, and when I had finished taking it he went well to a depth sufficient to bring in a local registrars in the state in order already many of the bright'young But none of the substitute

few eyes of the bystanders were dry. !straight to the drug store and got an- gusher, as they are confident that per- that they may begin the work of reg- are invading other trades. border quite as white as the gpmee papers paiJ ia

T Some lady friends assisted the poor I other bottle, for he saw the wonderful sistence will finally result in such a istering all births and deaths that occur Every city on the Mexican. And newspaper publishers have aWajjmaintained

mother back into the house. good it had done me, was convinced it strike. after midnight December 31, 1916, shows a marked increase in population that the public would]

I was a grand medicine, and was gladto The sale of oil leases is continuing in the State of Florida, as provided by due to the migration of Mexicans read newspapers published aey.
pay out another dollar," said Mrs.G. .rapidly, there have been little or no Lie vital statistics law which was en- while cities in Mexico show a corresponding er The substitute on"gray"

Observation Island, where the trag- R. Burgin, of 215 Second street, check in the excitement which attended acted by the 1915 session of the legis- decrease. The peons are easy paper.enough and papersare
strong are
edy took place, is the smallest of the and to be making easy to
Birmingham."Since the first indications of oil and the lature. ] disciplined, appear but the fact remains
read that
four islands of Lake Okeechobee and I began taking Tanlac," con- subsequent reports of chemists that Beginning with the first of the year good as workers under new labor are not, as white as the SPruce they

f lies in its southwestern portion about tinued Mrs. Burgin, "it looks like every the sand brought up from the hole was there is no reason why each and every conditions.In The difference in color la-woo4

-4 three miles from the mainland. It be- time I look in the mirror I am rich in oil and that pumping would birth and death that occurs within the addition to the thousands of Mexicans however paper. distinct or pronounced. not,

longs to Palm Beach county. The deceased heavier, and no wonder, for I went develop a large quantity of crude pe state of Florida should not be regis- who have come to the United The government's paper! experts

i- had camped there. Though no from 80 pounds to 103-a gain of 23 troleum. tered, as a local registrar has been States at the instigation of the labor perimented upon 40 different kinds ex.
& money had been returned by the authorities It took five bottles of their of
pounds. just and
provided for each municipality more have come the 1911
agents, many wood during years lS12
and no mention made of any, Tanlac to do this for me. Besides, it but and
do not beg,
SPECULATORS MADE MILLIONSON voting precinct. initiative. that
it is that Johns had own They 1913, and of great variety the following -
.. supposed A young few before has changed from a sick, rundown, PRESIDENT WILSON'S NOTE Births are to be reported by the physician -:i soon are at work on farms. Instead of proved to be the most .
quite a large sum. days worn-out and nervous wreck into a midwife in attendance at the I two day for work I acceptable
or receiving a cent or a s substitutes for spruce
: his death he had written to his friend, and I feel like .. ---1 I ground'
; healthy woman now oirtn, and wnen no pnysician or mia- thev receive 75 cents on the border and wood in making white print '
of this
Wiley neighborhood,
George paper
: :
to '"meet at Tampa Christmas I living. .. Government Men Said to Give Advance wife is in attendance, it becomes the as much as $2 a day in the North.Once Western hemlock, Sitka spruce, lodge
; I
"Keally, 1 bad gotten so weak 1 duty of the father or mother to make the Mexicans begin to prosper
Western yellow
k have plenty of money and we will have Information for Stock Gambling. pole pine, balsamfir
couldn't hardly life a scuttle of coal such report to the local registrar of abandon the tortillas -and beans
they California lodgepole pine red
; a good time. One may imagine him to the fireplace. My kidneys all life from fir:,
were the municipality or voting precinct in that have been their staff of white with hemlock
his cot his right side face spruce white
lying on on out of shape; I was too nervous to which the birth occurred, and this report infancy. They eat more and better with balsam fir tamarack
to the wall when his murderer WASHINGTON 3.-Who I spruce tamarack
quietly Jan. tip-
and stoma...h all out of their bodies
sleep my was I must be made within ten days after food. The lank places upon white
fires the fatal shot, getshis'victim's ped off Wall street with advance information spruce, Alpine fir
slips up condition
) order. I in this hold their
very they
the date of birth. begin to fill out, I white fir, Englemann Amabilijfir
and is swallowed as to President Wilson'speace spruce,
money three long years. I was losing ground Deaths to be the undertaker and they throw away their
are reported by heads up, and Noble fir. ,
by the night. But while those who proposals and enabled certain
up every day, and lost weight until I was such The sandals are discarded -
or person acting as tattered clothing. Mr. Wells is of the opinion that
.J had to do with the remains of the viet almost skeleton. I had about stock gamblers to clean up millions on make the
a living in of American ,
which includes for shoes
market? It is solve this any person having substitute print already
tim down there apparently'thought a falling to papers described -
that the deceased was "without relatives despaired of ever seeing a well day question that Representative William charge the burial of a dead body. The and'often of a high price. The woman cannot be much further whit '
for kind of medical treat- that had
again, no law requires that they must file a cer- discards her treasured serape
R. Wood of Indiana has introduceda ened. However, the chemists
and friends, and much ceremonies are still
ment seemed to matters in the of coveringher
tificate of death with the local regis- long filled the double duty
resolution in the House at work in
were not neceSJary, he was not providing upon processes the
; without either, and proceedings will least. Finally I got practically help- for the appointment of a committeeof trar of the municipality or voting pre- drooping head and wiping away hope of finding a method whereby to

be instituted to bring his slayer to less."If five members to make an investigation cinct in which the death occurred and the tears of despondency in days of make the cheapest print papers aa
would have told I
justice. "Vengeance is mine, saith the !! anybody me and, if possible, run down the procure a burial permit before makingany distress and in its place she wears a white as the best spruce. Whether
there medicine earth that be-
was a on colored waist and a flower
disposition of dead body by bur- gaudy
Lord." Even the fastnesses of the would guilty parties. a they succeed or not, the question of
: wilds of Okeechobee will not be able increase my weight twenty- Congressman Wood asserted that he ial or otherwise.The decked hat. immediate interest resolves itself into
to hide him long. three pounds I would have thought was accumulating evidence concerningthe following is a list of the local I The Mexicans of the lower class nat- this: Will the newspaper readers of

; The remains were shipped from them crazy, but as sure as I am alive activities of prominent officials registrars in and for each municipalityand urally belong to the soil. That they the country prefer to read their
today Tanlac did it for me and only in the fields are
efficient laborers
Okeechobee and would press for consideration of voting precinct in Bradford coun- are which is
: town, in St. Lucie county, on paper slightly less white
five bottles at that. the resolution the House ty with the territory covered by each: shown by the great inroads that they
x and there H. H. Hancock, coroner, according as soon as than the paper they have been accusJtomed
"It like I the
looks day am getting have made in replacing
every H. already
convened yesterday. District No.1, Lawtey-Louis
to the certificate pasted on the to or they take up the idea
\ box, had held an inquest, the verdict stronger and feel better. I have a "So far as the charges are concerned Hill; W. E. Torode, deputy. negro and other types'of farm helpers. of reading articles printed in white ink

being that William Johns "came to his good appetite and enjoy everything I ," he said, "I will say that they affect District No.2, Lake Butler-Dr. I In thousands of instances they have on black paper? The black

-.. death by a shot from a shotgun, inflicted eat. Before I began taking TanlacI one of the highest officials in the Seeber King; Ray V. Wilson, deputy. advanced from the position of wage would represent a considerable paper econ-

by his own hands." couldn't hardly eat anything with- country, one member of the cabinet, District .No. 3, Palestine-John D. earners to that of land renters, and omy in manufacture, for it would be
out becoming nausated. I sleep sound the energetic and en-
another man who was a heavy contributor Pearce;. Eliza A. Pearce, deputy. _... gradually more made out of used newspapers "made
and am rid of the nervousness. My r to the Wilson campaign uid, and District No. 4, Palestine). C. Williams terprising are obtaining land._of their I This idea has several
William Johns was born near Starke kidneys bother me no longer. To tell I a close relative of one of the leading ; B. L. Gay, deputy. own. As a tenant class the Mexicans I over. times
been advanced
:, 23 years ago. Beside the parents, Mr. you the truth I don't feel like the same! democratic officials. All of these men District No.5, Brooker-M. P. are pronounced the superior of the seriously by publishers

and Mrs. John Johns, the following person at all since Tanlac straightenedme I had access to the information in the Matheny; A. A. Hazen, deputy. people of most other races and nationalties. I and paper manufacturers, but it remains *

: near relatives mourn his untimely departure out. note, or at least had means of access District No. 6, Starke-C. A. Futch; In the cotton growing belt of I to be tested out on a large scale. ..

: Nick, Bert, Joseph and "Yes, Tanlac is the greatest medicine to it in the possession of'no other men G. M. Sistrunk, deputy. Texas many planters have done away
Frank Johns, brothers, and Mrs. H..H. on earth," said Mrs. Burgin's father in the country. I do not say they are District No.7, Hampton-A. A. entirely with their negro and American I 0

Benton, a sister. It had been intended who entered the room during his I guilty. In only say that I have been Futch; A. J. Nimmo, deputy. tenants and are now renting to I<8> t

:2 to hold the funeral last Sunday, Rev. daughter's conversation. "If you I furnished with information which District No. 8, Raiford-J. Ed Byrd; Mexicans exclusively. I1* CHURCH DIRECTORY.

,, Wm.' F. Malphurs .conduct the obsequies could have seen my daughter before leads me to believe the country should Lotus V. Byrd, deputy. Ii 4I 1

but conditions made it neces- she began taking Tanlac you would I be given a chance to ascertain whether District No. 9, Worthington C. I BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 1

sary to have the interment' last Sat- not believe it was the same person who I they are guilty or not." Peeples; Mrs. M. E. Peeples, deputy. i. pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. ]

; urday forenoon, and the remains were you see sitting there. She was just Secretary of State Lansing, at whose District No. 10, New River-Vacant. I S> Sunday morning service, 11:00.

.. laid to rest in Santa Fe Pond ceme- about played out. I just came by the conflicting statements a portion of the District No. 11, Graham-A. C. If You I?> o'clock; Sunday evening service, (j

; tery. The funeral services will take drug store, and knowing her Tanlac resolution was aimed, said he courtedthe Crews; C. B. Roberts, deputy. Seek I A' 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday evening t 1

place later on. was.about out I bought her this bot- fullest investigation."If District No. 12, Theressa-D. W. 6:45; Wednesday evening

tle. 'If her appetite picks up much there is the slightest doubt about Moore; Mrs. D. W. Moore, deputy. Pleasure ReadPRUDENCE I prayer service, 7 'o'clock. Everybody *
A TELEPHONE NUISANCE. more she will come pretty rear eatingus the two statements issued by me," he I cordially invited to attend. $ *
out of house and home. I guess she declared, "I should welcome an inves- eI 11

has starved long enough, and it does tigation to remove it. Personally I I '> CHRISTIAN-W. H. Coleman, *

; A correspondent of the St. Augus- me a lot of goo
: tine Record complains of a great nuisance ily." should not know how to speculate if I RUB OUT PAIN I third Sundays in each month. *

to which some telephone sub- Tanlac is sold and guaranteed by wanted to. Wall street always has with Morning service, 11 o'clock; event a
; scribers are subjected. He prefaces his Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler by been a mystery to me." good oil liniment. That'sthe ing service, 7 o'clock; church a

complaint with a tribute to the tele-. Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in Dispatches quote Thomas W. Law- surest way to stop them. '. board meeting the first Sunday c

phone, which has become not only a I Hampton by the, Hampton Pharmacy; son as admitting that he had inside The best rubbing liniment is EVERY ABLE-BODIED-MAN $> in each month. Loyal Daughters tl'

,great public convenience, but in many in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in information upon which he sold the v meet every Friday afternoon at,*
market short. Lawson and Bernard
cases a necessity that is indispensable. Raiford by the Weaver Drug Company I LIABLE FOR MILITARY DUTY 4 o'clock; Ladies Aid Society
M. Baruch both of
them known
-: His is as;
complaint directed at the
in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand MUSTANGLINIMENT! meet first Friday in each month *. -
-,1 practice of some people whq not having ; plungers, are reported to have made 3> 81
i H at 3:30 school *
.., any telephones of their own, make in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. enormous clean-ups on the President'snote S Sunday p. m 10; Sunday every h
a. m. Everybody
annoying demands upon their neighbors -Advertisement.THE values., winning These millions in the shrinkingof ', President Can Draft to Fill Re- v welcome to these services. :

who'do have 'phones. The 'phone, profits were made .

; he says, like every other good thing, "JOY" IDIOT.A before the note was formally announced serves of National Guard. EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer *

K is subject to abuse. "In some Instancesit >Lawson priest in charge. Sunday school *
in statement to the
a public -
becomes real nuisance to the subscriber
a 9:45 a. m.; morning and t r'
said -"The leaks prayer
In sections weher but few good automobile ought to be, and Blank and: Blank & Dash netted millions Blank, and& Good for the Ailments of WASHINGTON, Jan. 3-Every able sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayP 4 n<

l 'phones are installed, there are regarded is, as safe as a good street car if it is netted the public raw hell; but what Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. bodied male citizen of the United P er and sermon, 7 0 clock; choir rehearsal 1])

; as public conveniences. While run by a competent driver who knows are you going to do about it? There States between the ages of 18 and 251 f 7 o'clock, Wednesday.. t
A! the average person is really pleasedto what he's doing and does what he believes I were not only leaks last week but sim- Good for your otor Aches, are held liable for service in the Na- v evening. Come and worship with -

favor a friend or nearby neighbor, to be right. ilar leaks in almost all important .D iin r'-:'...' _d .. Drains, tional Guard in the time of war with- $> us. foal
'.I at the cost of little inconvenience Nine out of ten automobile acci- A
a ).? out further act of '
Washington doings, particularly Supreme Cut burns e congress. This was
j and trouble, he does not like to dents occur because a man who is driv- court doing, during the last 20 set forth in a War Department METHODIST Z. Barr, *

,f be errand boy for the entire neighbor- ing the automobile "takes a chance," years." 25c. 50c. $1. At alt !aler lation for the government of the regu-Na- < > pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.# "

hood. or because some one who is driving in tional Guard under the National Defense i' Preaching every Sunday except $ totij
:,. "Some people have the nerve to call front of him or behind him "takes a -- Act, in a circular, which -,r.- fourth Sunday of each month; *

t. at any time of the day or night and chance." prepared two months ego: but which was \'(0'0' morning service, 11 o'clock even- 35

4 request that you go a block or two and There is no more sense in taking a was not made public until !o live: service, 7 o'clock. Prayer _

bring some.person that they desire to chance in a motor car than there is in aAsk Your GrocerCOFFEES .The militia bureau directs recently.that :..j;. meeting Wednesday evenirg at 7 *

speak to over your 'phone. Both parS taking a chance with a loaded revol- where National Guard regiment is'I' o'clock. A cordial invitation is I'"
ties may be utter strangers to the one "Cured"Mrs. '*' *'
,called for war sen-ice extended to all to worship with
.,. having the 'phone. Where somethingof ver.There are states in this Union wherea S battalions reserve training og, us. $
to fill the I
vital importance is at stake, there man can be sent to prison for one I front must be vacancies at the
ia is excuse for the i imposition, but in year if he so much as points or even 5 Jay McQee.of Stepb- National Guard organized and out of the PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. '
most cases where the matter is of triv- threats to point any kind of a gun or A I voluntary Dcnison school *
enlistments. The pastor. Sunday ,
ial character it fiat refusaL and it doesn't make enville,Texas, writes: "For order continues, "If
justifies a pistol at any one, for 9:45 a. Sun- $
r The best way to break up this practice any difference whether the gun or pistol nine (9) years, I suffered with any reason there shall not be day m.; preaching every $
enough reservists -morning sertice, 11 o'clock;
is to politely refuse to be made the is loaded or empty. In Maine a womanly trouble. 1 had terrible or enough voluntary evening service *
enlistments 7 o'clock
t: goat." man can be sent to prison for a yearif headaches, and pains hi reserve battalions to organize or keep the meeting, Wednesday ; prayer at 7 *
at evening
the ,
he the butt end of pistol at prescribed .
points a my back, etc. It seemed u if strength a sufficient number o'clock. Visitors cordially invited t
and he's going to shoot. unorganized
.y-, anyone says I would die I suffered to worship with *
FINNISH. STEAMER SUNK WITH These laws were passed to protectthe so. At militia will be drafted by the us. 1T
;. REGIMENT OF RUSSIANS. last, I decided to try Cardul. President to maintain such battalion." S
wise against the foolish. Jest By Every Test 4. . ') .
-I" The man who "didn't know it was the woman's tonic, and U

'; BERLIN, Jan. 3.-The Finnish ship loaded" got to be such a nuisance and helped me right away. The "

it: Oihonna, of 1,070 tons, with a regiment such'a menace that something had to full.treatment not only helpedme Chronic I

-3 of Russian Coast artillery from be done to suppress him. but it cured me" Catarrh is Curable
the Aland islands on board, struck a What are we .trying to do, here in (
Georgia, with the "joy idiot," who isa tDore
mine and sank in few minutes
a according V\ il SSSSZKS.1
to dispatch to the Frankfurter serious menace to life on the high TAKECardui A | 1c may throuthout! *, <***>
r a it elf in a local the bod1.thouch
'", Zeitung from Copenhagen. All on roads of our state? Local Only. eonatitutioDal eatt u1ceratioD. %
A man of sense might just as well treatmeDtiaOIl1eUmea onrcome IYItetDiC catarrh.
) board, with the exception of fifty persons cannot overcome help the &elite
the maaiitation
(4 are said to have been drowned. try to protect himself against a stroke l'Itelnic 8dorer. thq1

'I "The steamer was bound for Hel- or lightning, as to attempt to protect roR. PERUNA HasHelped

_"'..::: singfors. In addition to the men lost himself against a joy idiot, either on # Thousands I
1,000 horses went down with the ship. Sunday or'any other day. There arc a bbUahetha Perulllo IleDefttilu'rheYoIWltafy fatlmoDY Oftho
t4. "According to the same source, an- too many reckless drivers all over the up the di&eatiaa,restGlea the a nlIDIbu of wI"I. Peru andlil't.
other liner plying between Abo, Rus- state.A The Woman's Tonic RUBBER COPPER eoDditloD. Itrencth.and helps put _the "ltem 111

lia, and Marihaam, likewise struck a careleufool can do more harmin TIRES BRASS tiles PtnDla1lu, peclal nIue In catarr1u It
five minute than all the clever villains itality to the
7" mine and a large number of persons Cardul to ) restore tone
helps women time thetDembllDt.'Iand
in the when the TUBES enable '
who were on board her are missing. LEAD b&MM.i,1 their tUn.tiona. fa thesttoPf:
'I The to the careless has had more to drink than he of greatest need because it beue4t1 becin at
: accidents, according news- Obello ueiAt
.. attributed to badly anchored can carry and is trying to run an auto- contains ingredients which act SCRAP IRON c S5i !5K a =- :- wlru The treatment II eoatioued rarel17WJj
paper, are : .;;.: Peruna Medical ProPerWilib.
Russian mines belonging to the Finnish mobile. specifically yet gently, on the RAGS BONES 'Ifa4 1'hi to aai IOU toover'COme '
t bay mine fields." There are. of course. unavoidable accidents weakened womanly organs. doeIOf' wYice 1. free. Don! I
' !irI!
in an automobile, just as thereare So if feel 5 WO IT TO US I
you discouraged, WERDIITPWnPTH TH : _
unavoidable accidents in a railroad CO Col !wQ.
m >
BOY SHOOTS FINGER OFF train, or, for that matter, in a walk blue, out-of-sorts, unable to Write For Pricdist t;::::

down a business street. do your household work, oa j

1 I' and The majority of the automobile accidents account of your condition,stop WUSHfttL(Q -
Vivian Chancey, the son of Mr.
in this state are avoidable, worrying and give Cardul 657 LaM ;
Mrs. Rufus Chancey, had the misfortune and
should take
we some steps to teach
1 of shooting his finger off while trial It has helped thousands
the driver who "takes a chance" that
.J on a hunting trip. It seems that the he must not expect other people to let of women,-why not you? FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS '

boy was on his way across a field and I him "take a chance" with their lives Try Cardui. E-71 : ;

; carrying the gun over hisIhoulder'lwhen and go unpunished for it.AtlantaGa. EDGARJLEYES ,

trV in some way he swung it around ( .) .Georgian.To .
and the run fired, mangling the middle ? THE

'finger of his left hand.' He hurried T I CIIIIInI jACKSGNv ._ L F.A FLORIST INC
Core a Cold la One Day Don Rot Affect Tte Hud
home Lake But-
I and was later sent to
Because of It* tonic aDd lUlU" Broke Lar\.a.'DupficaUd
Frf ler, where Dr Maines amputated the.ngerandtheboyisnowontheroad Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It atopa the T1VE BK8MO QUININE Mtterthan LAX& JACKSONVillE
Crack *a4 Headache and worki off the Cold. Qurnine cud don IIOt eaUl ordinary Sima Day M Rtcitvcd FLA.
Druggists refund money ii it fails to cure. rUC1DC ml1eact Ilemember the aenollll full ncr W&Spe alizt 01n.. rOrders -We A... PbstiV .
to recovery.-Lake Butler Times. L. W. GROVE'S:; signature on each bos. 2Sc:. look for the signature oV- \;. GROVE.name 25c Iud '" 140 W,POISYTII li-J WE WANT .. >:


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Newt of Florida in Short Para ?, phae SCHOOl4 BOARD-DISBURSEMENTSBills )( \it t If.\ .

1-3 Live State N IWStlBASTINGS J PRUDENCE Paid at December-Board. Meeting of the 2 JOB PRINTING I :' I.i.

Points the Wayto
Told by Our Exchange D. W. G. Martin General New School Zion Find._____.: 40.00 .;'

Carl Scarf Pine Hill ___________ 110.00 t1 ; i
H.yc'g. .. Prosperity Edna Baxter do _____________ 35.00 I j
i .J Fannie Martin Providence __________ 70.00 11 I
.-A Mollie Thomas do ___:___________ 40.00 :
19,000-acre tract of I QUINCy.-\\Levery Mary Pope do _____________________ 40.00A. :
tLj near this place has been taken merchant in i A. Thomas Water Oak ____-, 30.00
tjfg by Northern capitalists and is to on enjoYelf'ttry Sa liberal patronage C. K. Kelley Thurston __________ 25.00S. Neatly and Artistically I
I _________ 60.00H.
y, Wm. K. Kelley Lawtey
5 U Developed! as a stock farm. was the b Feinberg on from this port. No other workman : W. Hartley do ___________________ 30.00 : J
; who had onlyuse ss man in town is as apt and becomes the expert in Ruth Jackson do __________________ 25.00 Done--Give Us a Trial! :1
his cash axe to break open Edgar Gramlin Saxton _________ 35.00S. "
'QUI-lCY.-The Gadsden County full registe ter it so making cigars as does the Cuban or M. Pate do ___________ 35.00A. I
Dnel states that .50,000 worth of.goa I of bank no, hat letting Spaniard. Often an Italian woman O. Jenkins Starke ___________ 55.00M. "
will be open in the usua sed to D. Paul do _________________ 30.00J. .
and pork shipped this sea- an hours "Si After makes the prettiest cigar to look at R. Keller do ____________________ 50.00 '
'mi from the little town of Greens- pair work p ? bills out about but for real quality of make the Cuban Bessie McGruder Johnstown _________ 40.00E.
in addition to 3,000 barrels of of pliers a end and Spaniard is The E. Snell Brooklyn __________ 20.00A.
bcto moving one unsurpassed.
of J
the register, G. Hall Brooker ___________ 70.00
:ijrop.. I opened machine was finally difference lies in the fact that the Lat- Olga Ward do ____________ 40.00
i, and'sed. into service in has an acute of touch and is Eunice Hajen do _______ 40.00
I Loea Johnson do __________________ 40.00 Sraifnri ( r1r
.. JACKSONVILLE.-Regular freight able to roll a cigar well without roll- uitnt r Ixy
I ___________ 35.00C
-.... 1 Cecil Howell Union Chapel
,pilings between this city, Havana and ing it too tight, and without a variation il Howell Union Chapel ______ 35.00
*c north toast of Cuba have been es- SEBRING.-Tht tield a get.togeth-I 1 in their work. Shell Thomas Liberty .____________ 35.00
1 i tjbfchpd by the J. W. Hyde Company er banquet in t y a few nights \. J. Grift-is Boat Drain ________ 65.00
Are ___
ago and in a Temperate People Lillie Crosby Sampson City 35.00
fle interchange of lumber from Jack- handsome justken minutes the The majority of Tampa's Latin Roland Anderson Nebo _______________ 35.00
jOBrijlt and sugar from Cuba makes a sum of Yr was: raised: fo": pop- Leon Thom.. New River 3500 -
' both certain. theIr board of trat( That's ulation live in West Tampa or Ybor N. W. Hall Miller ________________ 50.00
i general cargo ways together with a ve getting 'City. A large family is characteristic.The Delie Beilling do ________________ 35.00L. ------- -- ---. .----
nce' and a com- M. Futch and Wife Rising ________ 85.00R.
munity with that of spirit is al- average weekly earning capacityof C. Nichols Highland ______________ 35.00E. (
PALM BEACH.-It is estimated ways bound to gro d Se- a cigar maker is $12.20 per week. R. Poppell Long Bridge __________ 45.00
hat nearly 500,000 crates of fruit and bring is doing prosper. Vergie Thomas Five Mile _________ 70.00 SMOKE
jiegeUbles will be shipped from the ing the thinf-Tone of them be- On this account, the head of the fam- Jessie Pearce Roberta ____________ 35.00
erection oft 1200-room hoteL ily rears his children and educates Julian Collins Brooks _______________ 35.00 .. -- -
take: Okeechobee section this winter. Such stunts as thesttye Ella Milling Theresaa ___________ 35.00C.
,Arrangements are being made to han- where there is possible only them until they have learned the mak- E. Crosby do _____________________ 80.00
the greater part of this and a. b'it V harmony ing of cigars and then it is time to Eunice Robinson Thomas ______________ 35.00A.
fr! produce
pull-together. fcctionalism ___________ 35.00
S. Feagle Dobson ALL PURE HAVANA
appeals shift for hot
themselves. the
:through the West Palm Beach canal. to prejudice will During John Groover Elarbee _______________ 35.00 1
hold back the best wrangling days of summer it is not an uncommon Beatrice Parker Brooklyn ________ 20.00
in the world. sight to the Latin W. B. Brannen do _____________ 35.00
FORT MYERS.-The steamer U- I pass through sections Lecay Harris do ___________________ 35.00
the and see many small children Percy McLeod Bradford _________ 40.00A.
of Brothers' The of
,seeda, Menge steamer STUART.-A fa hooting affray wearing the same clothes they afforded C. Kelley Hopewell ______________ 35.00C. popular cigar the
'. .line operating on the upper Caloos- resulted in the deathj Moore E. Kelley Thurston ____________ 25.00J. OMPANY I
akttchee, brought down a cargo of 1I00 ,- a well known coloreQllan l f\Alonzo\ the hour they were born. In many I. Ogden Vanderbilt?_______________ 50.00 STARKE CIGAR
boxes of citrus fruit from of this section instances the police take a hand when Eva Williams do _______w____ 35.00Mra.
up-river Wednesday. It tams that Marshal Bynuin Ferkin do ____________ 35.00
Thursday evening. It the children get a little large for such
points is said to Stuart had takj Vera Surrency Futch 35.00
two colored ----------- --
fe_the largest single cargo of fruiterer women from Moore\aouse and the business and become noticeable from Ella May JefTeries Crest View _________ 35.00B. Geo. L Massey, Prop. . Starke, Fla.
brought down the river. their M. Bryan Enterprise _______________ 40.00 I I
latter lack of clothes.
remonstrated.'After a while Onie Smith New Zion __________ 40.00S. J
Moore met the mars fend demanded The Latin people are fond of S. Dowling Starke ______________ 125.00
the release of the very Sunolia Vaughn do ___.___________.-. 75.00
.JACKSONVILLE.-Cromwell Gibbons refused. : wn, which was bean soup, Cuban bread, rice, fruit and Delle Stroman do _________________ 65.00E. -------- -- ----- 1
Jr., left last week for Cuba, Moore than fcflced up a rock wines, which form their chief diet. C. Warren do __________________ 70.00 ------t.1
and advanced toward ___________________
I'wfcere he has accepted the position of U marshal, the The Cuban bread is baked in long slen- Frances Clark do 50.00 ,-
latter defended _____ oi
himselby four Alma Clerk do __ : 40.00
instant! chemical engineer with the times at firing der loaves by bakers who go about Emma Darby do ________________ 60.00 1&&
Moore killi I
(ban and American Sugar Company's !him instantly. early in the morning distributing their Mrs. E. K. Stuck do _________________ 50.00 r
,mills near Sagua la Grande, a small Judge Backus immedfely impaneleda Mrs. J. C. Poppell do _______________ 50.00 B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian
jury, which heard t'i evidence and wares by hanging the bare loaf on a Mildred Crosby do __________________ 50.00
community 156 miles southeast of Ha- exonerated Stuart. lire nail outside of each door. There are Olive Ray do ________________________ 55.00R. i
Yina. This mill is one of the largest was much A. Green Hampton _______________ 70.00 Well DrillerI
owned by this corporation and is call- excitement following shooting. several different kinds of wines whirl Mamie Pinholater do __________ 40.00

form a part of the Latin diet. Chief Madeline Middleton do 40.00Ada
.. the Centrale Unidad Mills.JACKSONVILLE. Nimmo do .___________________ 40.00
GREEN COVE. among them is a red wine served at S. A. Draper Lake Butler __________ 115.00 I haveMiad twenty-four experience in
-Duing the War every meal which costs about forty Anne Haskell do __________________ 70.00Ina
.-A verdict of Between the States, wile landing an Alderman do ___________________ 65.00 ,
army by the United Stfej at Taylor's I cents a pint when bought over bar. Margaret Cobb do _________________ 40.00 Well drilling in Florida. '
guilty in the case of the United States Landing, on Black Cres field The wine is sour. Another popular Emily Fussell do __._______________ 40.00
tpinst Thomas, C. McCoy, charged a piece I drink Clara Stewart do _________.______ 40.00 .
is known "Spanish Cider,1which j
.with violation of the internal (a brass cannon on wheli) accident-i as Louise Sanders do _._..__________.._ 40.0(1 I
revenue ally rolled off into the creek from a : is a great deal on the order of Clifford Harrell do ___________________ 60.00 guarantee to satisfactorily complete all
laws and tried last week in Jackson- transport. A few not Edna Epperson do ___________________ 40.00J.
while champagne only nearly as expen
vile, was returned by the jury Friday ye s ago E. Moore do ________________ 60.00 -CONTRACTS=
afternoon. It is alleged that McCoy hunting for logs sunk in the creek, sive. It pops when opened and has Julia Anderson do ____-________ 40.00May J
Wesley Prescott who ___________
knew nothing the color and action of regular champagne McKinney Palestine 45.00L.
.sad associates operating at Fort I ____________
about the strucl with A. Davis Heilbronn 70.00 Raiford Florida
,Smith, Ark., defrauded the government,. cannon, wheel excepting that it takes more of ;. Ressie Reddish do _________________ 40.0C [r' :-: -
at of nearly $3,000,000. his pole and going downtoit attacheda it. Dora Johnson do ______.,____________ 40.00 I
rope, thinking some cae had lost a Rosa Pardee Graham ______________ 70.00 I
wagon at some time; but it proved so Despite the fact that the Latin peo- Minnie Dowling do __________________ 40.00 4. 1
it his float ple are fond of wine and bever- Mrs. O. M. Maines do ________________ 40.0f t
heavy sank ,theref ore he very _
ST AUGUSTINE.-What will form Alger Thomas _Dowling ________m____ 35.00D.
the most interesting feature had to abandon it. He tdd others that ages of different varieties, the_ police A. Kensey Midway ______________ 45.wu I
among it was only about fiftem feet deep, I court records of Tampa will show Albert Dubme Liberty ________________ 45.00B. 4.
the Historical Society's exhibit at Fort L. Gay Beilling ____________ 35.00E.
,Marion is a life-size group of statutesof but a few feet out from it the water there is rarely to be found a drunkard M. Knight Raiford _______________ 90.00L. -
the famous Indian Osceola and was thirty feet deep. the brass in among them. During the past six C. Taylor Raiford ____________ 40.00
this cannon would be very valuable at has not been Sadie Dowling do ____________________ 40.00 i
family, presented Hon. Chauncey months there probably Mrs. R. H. Weaver do _______________ 40.00 ii
1L Depew. This group will arrive ins present prices.-S. M. .I. in Green nora than half a dozen arrest for that Ruby Ware do _____.______________ 40.00 i ,
few days and will be Cove Times. and"it is safe to three of Nannie Andrews do _________________ 40.00R. H
immediately cause say H. Terry Lawtey ________________ 90.00 Get '
placed with the interesting collection them were the same man who finally Rose Hull do ______________e______ 40.00 your strawberry ;
at Fort Marion. left for Cuba. Mattie 'Stalsb, do ____-.____________ 40.00 ,
DeFUNIAK.Mrs. I.- C. Owens, of Utba Brown do -_________________ 40.00
.' Alaqua and her little daughter, Gladys, Coffee Shops and Clubs TypicalThe Bernice DeSha do ________________ 40.00Helen : i
Tam- Terry do _____________________ 40.00A.
drowned in Shoal both West
TITUSVILLE.-P. A. Vans Agnew, were Thursday night coffee shops in B. Shaw Little Springs __________ 70.00 tickets
attorney for the St. Johns drainage river when a bridge gave way, throw- pa and Ybor City attract a great deal Minnie Phillips do __________________ 40.00 now j
upper ing them into the river. .The family of attention from visitors not accus- Delah Beilling do ________________ 40.00 I .
district, has received notice from had started Gertrude Thomas do _________..._.__ 40.00
to to Laarel Hill
General Black, chief of engineers of move tomed to them. As a rule, the Latinsare P. G. Schell Office Expenses _________ V>5 I 1I
1M war department, advising him that with wagons, there being fire teamsin very fond of coffee and drink it F. G. Schell Salary Supt. ____________ 100.00 I '
the party. The route take was by Quigley Lumber Co. lumber Crest View 26.47 I I
the board has granted the necessary the of the Nichols brilgea wooden many times a day. While at their workin Bradford Co. Bank interest __________ 121.09Hull
permit for the work. This document way the cigar factories it is served and Dept Store brick lime Randolph. 5.15 f !
structure some eight If tin years Bradford Co. Telegraph pub financial
1M issued December and the next
JMn for the' district to take old and reported to have been h a dan- often during the day they will leave report .._..._____.._.__.___.__..._. :33.00 J
drainage gerous condition, and when they reached their benches for a cup. The coffee Elisha Wilkinson Roeier _____________ 50.00 --
,Ja to make application to the circuit it three of the teams drone at shops are truly characteristic and are Liziie Marshall Guilford __________ 25.00 .
wort of Brevard for on ___________ : ,
county appointment Lillie Marshal Lake Butler 35.00R. .
of commissioners who will make once, and it gave way, thjowiig them places of gathering for the people. C. Heiberger incidentals _______ 1.00 DON'T \
into the river. All of the fart escap- substantial Ethel Townsend Pine Grove __________ 43.75 I .
The Latin people are quite -
At necessary assessments. Issuance ed without serious injury Mrs. Stephen Lewis Ziff ___________________ 40.00 I .
< this permit is one of the most im- except and are well thought of by Chealey Fogg Board service __________ 6.00 /
pertaat actions of the board of engi- Owens and the little girl, wio was American residents of the city. Sel- J. E. Douglass do ..___________________ 8.60 ij
about six years old. Mrs. Owes body L. W. Kickliter do __________________ 4.00 j ,
Jeeri. taken in several months, as it was not recovered until Saturday whenit dim are they source of trouble of any C. A. Knight clerical work ________ __ 25.00 .
lawns formal approval of a mightyJIOject was found about a mile and a half description and are probably one of Bradford County Bank borrowed money4500.00 J '
which will bring about thetrainare in the world. IJ
of thousands of of land below where the accident octurred. the most polite races Total ______________________________9981.91 : I
fir acres The body of the little girl lad nit been They have erected several of the finest Special Tai School District ..... ,

farming purposes. It takes in found up to Monday and with the)> high club houses in the South for.their own S. M. Pat Kelley _________________ 6.00 r.l t i
boat 265,000 acres of property lying the rains it be some exclude American Bessie McGruder Johnstown _; 20.00 .
water after nay do not -------
lathe counties of Brevard, Osceola, St. use. They Lillie Crosby Sampson City __________ 25.00
Lode is time before it is, with the possibility membership, but rather invite it. Leon Thomas New River __________ 20.00 ,. ,'
and the
Orange, and drainage disc ered. One ___________
of its never being The clubs of the Latin people are E. R. Poppell Long Bridge 30.00 I It
to have a most vital effect upon con- horse was killed and all the hogs and Jesse Pearce Roberta ______________ 5.00
tiguous properties, making in all about all based upon sound benevolent plans. Julia Collins Brooks _________ 15.00 WAIT. I Ii '
chickens drowned and tie furniture Each institution maintains schools for Ella Milling Theressa _______________ 15.00York i Jir i
Zb0,0001n, the area to be improved. badly damaged. A large force cf volunteer Colson Thomas ____. ___________ 10.00R. r IiI
searchers joined in the hunt for : the benefit of its members in A. Green Hampton ______________ 30.00 I
Spanish and English. Gymnasiumsand Ada Nimmo do _________________ 10.00
the bodies and worked dlf' and night Madeline Middleton do ______________ 10.00 i iI
.. ... until the body of Mrs. Owens was every form of amusement are Mamie Pinholster do ________________ 10.00R. i
Full of found and the search is bang kept up maintained in these clubs and each is H. Terry Lawtey __________________ 20.00 ;
Supply theatre where Mattie Stalaby do ____________________ 20.00
for that of the little girl.: equipped with a large Bernice DeSha do ______w________.__ 2JCO I I II'
COFFINS AND CASKETS operas and plays are held almost every Reba Brown do ___?______________ 21.3):
That Cold. both Spanish and English. Rose Hull do ________________._. SiUiO I I
How to Check night Helen Terry do __.___ _____... .. 10.00A.
All Sizes and Qualities When it is painful to l Ireathe and Dues to these clubs amount to about B. Shaw Little Springs __________ 20.00 till the last minute

fever sends chills up and down your $1.50 per month. In case any of the I J.Thede W. Moore Morgan Co.School Incidentals supplies Lawtey Lawtey. 2.85 1.40 11

Always on Hand back, you are in for a cold A timely members of the various organizationsget Weaver Drug Co. Free books for Pine

dose of Dr. Bell's Pine TarHoney will sick, the club cares for that mem- Grove --.___.?.___ ..._ ?_ 13.83 .
; Shriver Co. wood incidentals Brooker 6.90
the and sniff la. The pine ber. Hospitals of the finest character I
stop sneezes Bradford County Bank interest on warrants -
PRICES REASONABLEJ. balsams loosens the phlegmand clears have been erected in Tampa, where the _______ -_________________ 21.20 i

the bronchial tubes, the hoity soothes members are treated free of charge I Quigley Butler Lumber_______Co.____disinfectant__.._..______Lake____ 12.00 )I
the throat The an- and if necessary surgeons from Havana -. Bradford Co. Telegraph pub notice elec- ; 1)
C. CONE and relieves sore and attend the patient.In tion Theressa _________________ 2.50
LftwUjr, Florida tiseptic qualities kill the rerm are brought to W. B. Jenkina janitor Starke ________ 30.00
the congested condition is t relieved. cases where necessary transportation Quigley Lumber Co. Ineidenals Graham 1.50 THE TELEGRAPHPrinting
chronic W. E. Middleton work Hampton ______ 5.00
Croup whooping cough aid elsewhere is provided.A J. W. Morgan free books Elarbee ____ 7.15 .
bronchial affections quickly relieved. Stable Part of Tampa's PopulationThat Quigley Lumber Co. incidentals B Drain .30
rather James Kite do Sampson City _______ .60 i C
I At all druggists, 25c. (2) the Latin people..had D. W. Moore do Theressa ____________ ;.411
General Insurance live in Tampa than any other place in B. M. Dowling amount over paid said of I
and possibly than district No. 10 ___________________ 2.26B. every description : I
I represent none but FIRST CUSTOMS OF LATIN TA1PA ARE the United States ; M. Dowling do New River ________ 8.48 i
Cuba is evident. They enjoy Bradford County Bank interest warrant 44.00

.CLASS companies and will be INTERESTING.Tampa conditions entirely to their liking and J.May W.McKinney' Morgan incidentals Palestine _Heilbronn____________ 5.00.75 promptly and at reasonable j L;

;constantly on the alert to pro- have established their residental districts City Light Plant water for Starke'___ 27.00W. l

;ttot your interests. Guarantee the Ha- their clubs, and other organiza- D. Daily work and janitor Lake i I

:wnrteoM treatment to all pa may truly be called tions and have made Tampa's Latin Butler _____________________ 51.00 rates .:.1
United States. With a J. V. Jones incidentals Hampton __ 1.00 t 1i 1:
; 1Jwa. A well written policy by vana of the from 2COOO to population a fixed thing. They enjoyall H. B. Weest work Hampton ______ 25.00
' population including the freedom and protection of the 0. Haynes hauling wood to school house 4.50 t II -
,* first-class agent in a nrst&M Latin speaking people, tie characteristics of J. W. White A Son incidentals Starke_ 1.85F. }
25,000 and the friendship
: sometinee saint Climatic United States M. Riven work etc Lake Butler M. 7.00 J
company are about the the American people. L. A. Davi. Heilbronn ____________ 45.00 ;
torch in fire. k ntical _______
case of lota! by conditions are almost Edith Townsend Pine Grove 12.60
t< make A great deal has been said recently Stephen Lewis Ziff _..?__________: 20.00R. :U '111
!1 C. RICHARD Starke and this has a great tendency thi same about the loss of the cigar industryto S. Griff atope pipe Pine Grove ... .60 i e j.
about __ r.
habits and customs T. D. Warren work material Lawte, 17.50 f I
the When one stops to consider I I 1 I
of Tampa. Tomlinjon-Maines Drue Co. free books
, To begin with, there are may rice in Tampa's Latin population and the sub- Lawtey __________________ ______ 14.69 Sloan's Liniment for Stiff Joints. I i

po-- the 25,000 people of West the Latin Tampi and stantial nature of it, they realize the Tomlinson Thomas-Mainea___.__.-Drug-_-.__Co._?incidentals_.....n__ 7.60 i I I. 1h
;COFFINS Tampa residing in of Tampa ever becoming Board of Public Instruction payment for Rheumatic pains and aches get into I
CASKETSAnd Ybor City who are not able to peak small impossibility than the largest clear Havana one-half bill for seats Theressa ___ 33.25 the joints and muscles, making every J. R. Davis I.H&
other wood
Their D. W. Moore incidentals Theressa 4.00 i
a full line ofUndertakers' the English language. manufacturing city in the world. It C. B. Roberta incidentals Graham .__. 20.20 movement torture. Relieve your suffering i

children going to school in Tanpa's well B. M. Bryan Heilbronn _______ 5.00 with.Sloan's Liniment; it pen- :
Supplies often> f oundac takes expert labor as as exper- Mary Carter janitor Lawtey ._______ 11.00 Company 'I
American. schools, are ienced labor to handle the tobacco and A. B. Surrency incidentals Pine Hill 1.70R. etrates quickly without rubbing, and r
elters. ?
4hraJ' on hand. The best ser- interpreters for their In such an instance P. Lewis do Ziff ______________ 1.30N. soothes and sore muscles. .
ing as into cigars. warms your
*, at the main portioi of make it D. Davis do Davis ___ 1.02 I
lowest prices. Special Stepping from the or industry follows labor. Even W. B. Jenkins janitor Starke ____.__-_ 10.00 The congested blood is stimulated to .
.- f%tteatiop to telegraph orders. Tampa into either West Tampa! some of Tampa's manufacturers !- John Wise bailing water Stark ___ 30.25 action; a single application will drive 4 INSURANCE .
. the same_ as though Blanche Pattishall Starke _____ 5.00
t Ybor City is practically foreign cllln- choose to move their factoriesto Horace Melvin wood Starke _______ 22.50 out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is .
1 Registered Embalmer stepping directly into a Lff- other sections the labor will remainto Caxton School Supply Co. incidentals clean, convenient and quickly effec-

The atmosphere is entirely other concerns and Starke ______ ._ _. .__. 4.70
by -- --- ? ?
,- : DeWITT C. JONES try. be utilized The W. Mills freight Starke ___________ .83 tive, it does not stain the skin or clog Starke Florida
{Ic' ferent altogether. the Latin speaking the industry will go on untouched. J. C. Manning wood Starke _____ 1.00 the pores. Get a botle today at your :-: i i0
a to G. C. Livingston Co The majority of Latin people are too well established &iPiojTotal

; :' Starke, Fla. people residing in cigarindustry Tampa are employ-carried in Tampa to be moved.-Tampa Times. _.... tOUt druggist.- 25c.. .. (2) S+H44$+$t1. ,

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!: to bond themselves to carry on the DINNER AT PINE TREE MANSE. 1

Bradford County TelegraphPublished drainage operations in the Everglades.The SALVATfa OF SEA ISLAND

matter seems to have reached that .' What the Press Says The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian

; stage. of Our New Serial church met at Pine Tree Manse on
I' -
Weekly and entered as sec.
think be
We our people very I
Tuesday for their annual dinner and
ond class matter at the post-office at short-sighted to vote for this proposed -. : it around." NOW ASSURED
I bond issue while! doing without COTTlfi CROP
Starke Florida. i iI needed drainage facilities at home andtraveling Prudenceb I Absence from town and sicknessrevented
several from ,
: I(I over bad roads. being present ,
ut at eleven a. m. a goodly crowd began -
3 E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and OwnerH. I The new governor declares nat Everglades OfrTHE to assemble with them
E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor thing drainage facing Florida is "the most today.important This- and waiters filled with good Growers In Thfte State Urged To Attend ConventionIn

might be true if we had no other idle things. Four tables were set in the 24 And Learn How.
Parsonaget spacious parlors of the manse, and VilAsta January
1917. lands, but it so happens that there are
>on savory odors began to come from
millions of acres of idle lands in the ... .
.4 Our lives are albums, written through state that can be settled before it will The Coati....sLaughter wen appointed Kucnen. The Georgia state- i5oara or Entomology .
With good and ill, with false and true, be necessary for us to drain the Shortly after twelve a company of Valdosta, Ga-Preservation
And as the blessed angels turn and tears lie close vivacious and voracious people sat foresaw the necessityfor
swamps and jungles to provide room cf the Sea bland fttton industry,
The pages of our years- for the people who wish to locate in together. Something going all down to a quail dinner supported by this, and began some five
God grant they read the good with the state. There are enough lands in the time in this perfectly de- chicken pie pilau and other goodies, destruction of with is threaten the

f smiles, Bradford county alone to support the lltious story. and partook of the cream of culinary ed by the Men Cotton boll years ago upon experiments

And blot the ill with tears. perfection and gastronomic art with which have been crowned
t entire present population of the state. weevil is proofed as the successful with
With this condition existing why R.vl.w of Reviews the calm pleasure of the epicure.The ,
; in the delightful result experiments success.
i afternoon was spent t
should the citizen of Bradford .
county Little
Women bids fair
The price of living is high in :Mexico to intercourse of Christian fellowship herein
conducted of
vote ,upon himself a bond issue to which hare As a result them four
have a rival in Ethel Huesi varieties
: also. We understand that Mexican devoted to reminiscence ando
drain lands several hundred miles
eggs are three dollars apiece and the ton's novel, brimming with hopeful plans for greater church Lowndes coiaty the past fouror of Sea Island cotton have
-; American eggs fourteen dollars each. away The governor waxes eloquent in describing the fun and frolic of healthy, \\'ork. Between four and five the company five years b the Georgia been developed which fruit much

u Why this difference in cost exists can the 'Glades. He says: "To i iI hearty girlhood. A deUcate began to depart for their respective State Board oUntomology.To earlier, in June, July and early

; t only be explained on the hypothesis I my mind, this is now the richest sec- wild-rose love story tempers : homes, with the happy feeling that August, or on an average of
'1 that the Mexican eggs are new and hurch work is one of the most important -
the dissemination
tion earth and
undeveloped on today, madcap give the vdeat possible -
two earlier
4 flavor while those that come from features of earthly life. nearly than
so rich is the land and so fertile its
American cold storages have had their [quality, that the land itself might betaken Philadelphia Press: Mr. and Mrs. Denison are to be congratulated to the information the varieties now grown.

; proper "aging," with the accompanyIng up and shipped just as it is as I on their new home and the i the board has teured, and show
Full of humanity and humor. I
\ ] high flavor so much desired by the I a fertilizer to the sections of ordial: fellowship of the generous people he has to Must Get a Start
jat what
It ::
Mexicans in their food. breathes the spirit of universal | in the Presbyterian church. every grower
i the state and the union. good will !& the Georgia The chief difficulty ahead next season
does -
I I That sounds good, but if Governor as no do to protect crop,
We learn that a woman holds the I Catts was a practical business man in- other novel of recent days. BRADFORD BOY INJURED. board has called a tri-state will be in the supply Of seed of

trap shooting record in Alabama, that I|stead of being an idealist he would convention of 4e staple cot- the new varieties which Is naturally
:;. she for :years has scored at least 95. have considered that statement some Life long .rather limited. Nevertheless, a beginning : -
; cent meet she has I Ensley, Ala., Jan. 3, 1917. ton b be held here in must be made, and the
per at every attend.j I time before incorporating it in his inaugural Written with obviously genu- Editor Telegraph: growers start j Is

2 ed. Some time ago an address as a plea for a drain- ine enjoyment of the tumul- Please publish an account of my injuries Valdosta \Tadnesday, January all ImportantFor
broke the world's record for long distance age bond issue. The practical business tLia reason the Georgia Board
in issue
happy-go-lucky, hand- j your next feeling very 24.
t1, flying.! In England women black-. I man is)likely to conclude that if to-mouth family, life-Its, ao- thankful that I am able to write to my wishes to stress the importance of

: t smiths of shoe a woman muies. becoming we have not a telegraph yetheard Everglades land is all that the gov- peal is a wide one and-directed home: paper. I was severely crushed Every Sea Hand cotton grower growers attending this convention. It
claims it
,ernor for this fact could
through the abdomen and back December that they should
r lineman or a Florida surveyor, certainly be demonstrated to investors to a wholesome, human I in Florida fieorgia ana South is necessary come
22: and the injuries are pro- and arrive at thorough .
but have no doubt that these good-to-preserve together a understanding
who would be willing to advancethe simplicity. is invited but
Carolina ot only
ably with me for life. Although I may
fields will be invaded by the fair sex.No for of the problems before
i': wonder mere man is afraid of having I glades money lands themselves drainage as a pledge Ever- Boston Globe not be able to walk for weeks to come,, urged to attad this meeting for them and how to deal with it in every
I feel that I
| I
to take a back seat, and, there- for the money. There are millions of Sparkling with bright whim- received am injuries rapidly in mine improving.Xo. 3 of his own sab; it will be well phase.

to fore him, uses the power still remaining from dollars in the country seeking investment sical humor. One of the cleanest the T. C.my I. & R. R. Co., near Birming worth his wife. It is necessary that there be Ira-

to keep mighty woman in bonds. If Everglades enthusiasts and most delightful booksof ham. Ala.. in a motor car wreck many pressed upon them the danger In
: voting.
millions will that show the holders of these the season. hundred feet below the surface of the The activeco-operation of the planting short staple cotton in or near

; WILSON'S WEDGE. be made Everglades lands may earth. I can highly praise the Company's agricultural partments of Florida fields given over to long staple. The
so fabulously valuable by
New York Tloeet system or rescue work. I am crossing of the two varieties by insects
drainage there will be no lack of investors and Souh Carolina, in this
resting at this the
As frivolous easy writing at destroys the valus of the long
ready to bonds gay, and amusing -
buy secured I
President Wilson, in writing to thq: by company's hospital at this place. I meeting and its purpose, has
Everglades lands. If a staple.
-' Entente allies on the subject of they cannot story as one might wish am a grandson of Mr. and :Mrs.: P. T.
peace; been assured by Commissioners
demonstrate this to The boll weevil has already covered
prudent investors, for-doubly welcome In
.drove home the entering wedge for a Bryan, living near Starke, it being
peace negotiations. His good offices then is it wise for the people of the world that has gone gray and former home. I was employed by the my W. A. Mdte and E. J. Watson, the Sea Island cotton area ef Georgia

were at first scoffed at by the entire breach state to and throw furnish themselves in the sombre with tragedy. Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Com respective'y. Both will be pres- and Florida; another year it will

British press, as was to be expected, the money to prosecute pany. have taken possession of the fields ofouth
but when the bluster ove rthere sub j the drainage operations? The Brooklyn Citizen tOne Yours truly, ent and participate; both are Surging Carolina.

sided, the more sober of the papers opinion Everglades of this paper is that if the could read of the doingsof ARTHUR L. ROBERTS.
;: began to think that his note deserved I drainage scheme cannot Every Grower Should Come.
some consideration after all. In this .stand on its own bottom it had better the lovable PRUDENCEfor JANUARY states to nake their plans to

s line the Westminster Gazette says: be left severely alone. We have too a week and never tire of .MEETING OF THE attend. Every grower who wishes to continue -

7 "The notion that the American many other uses for money to be sink- the story. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe I to produce this valuable crop

-' President is a purely academic ing millions of dollars in doubtful en- flu Problem Solved must know that it is practically necessary

:: person who launches literary essays terprises.If Be Sure to Read the county commissioners met Jan- for him to start over, how to

on the world without prep Governor Catts will start an agitation First Installment uary 1st with all) members present. I The jsason the entire Sea I start and what It Is necessary for him

aration before hand or consideration for of a state bond issue for the After having wound up their businessthe Island ttm industry is threat., I to work to.
of the next step if probable a system of state highways old board adjourned sine die.
consequences follow, is a dangerous connecting the several counties i SIXG SING PRISONER TELLS The new board, consisting Messrs.:: ,I ened bythe boll weevil is that; Among those who will be here to

delusion which may seriously of the state, he will be talking about OF DEATH HOUSE HORRORS S. T. Dowling, J. J. Blackwelder, J. L. all presat varieties of this staple 1 tell him are State Entomologist E. Lee

lead us astray if it is not aban- something and of immediate practical value Underhill, R. J. Andrews and H. D. mae in August and September Worsham of Georgia, Ira. Williams and
doned. For good or evil we have. I I we can join heartily in the :May: met at 10 a. m. Tuesday, and .
agitation During His or- wkich is late and A. C. Lewis, assistants in the department
and Times ,
y to realize the president's position help to hold up his in Prison He Saw ganized by electing Mr. S. T. Dowling very ,
c. of great power, and if he has the hands. 40 Men Led Out For Execution. chairman. gives to insects a chance to get; ] and experts in cotton breeding

American people behind him we Owing to the heavy business in the in theirworst work. Commissioners of Agriculture E. J,

i- L are bound to treat him as a very BROTHERHOODS AND RAILWAYS NEW YORK, Jan. 3.-"What is the:I clerk's office this time of the year, the To o rtome this trouble it Watson cf South Carolina and W. A.
serious factor this of minutes : McRae! of Florida. and others.It .
I at
stage the worst thing about the death house :I of the meeting could not be to develop
at was early
war. If, as suggested, he is taking FAIL IN AGREEMENT Sir? Sing prison?" had in time for publication, but will neessary should be known that these are

tI: steps to get his action ratified This was the question asked I I appear in our next. The following appointments maturisr varieties which would[ t he: first and only experiments ever
bv a resolution of the Senate. we of Charles Martino, who, in August I were made: come 14 fruit and be gathered in L onducted for the salvation of tho SM

: should have to take that as a definite \ Both Sides Announce That No of m3, slew Patrolman Patrick Cotter: A. S. Crews, Esq., for county attor- advan cf weevil destruction. I sland crop. I It
k intimation that he .
means 'I in New Cork ne\' t
City. It asked
was him
go on in spite of our reply." I Dr. J. P. Tomlinson for ,
r. That's what's the matter. President More Meetings Will be Held. I to just serve before five he went back to Sing Sing. ,sician. county phy- !
years. after twice
Wilson, backed, as he is apt to be by'| ,doomed to die in the electric chair.being J. B. Dowling reappointed as cap GETTING THEIR DAILY

the American people, wields an immense -' NEW YORK, Jan. 3.-Conferences I The reply came back tain of the convict gang.MASTER'S BREAD

1 power, which, used against between representatives of the railroads -j'"Your own thoughts." promptly:

either side of the warring nations, and the four brotherhoods of Di :Martino: is qualified to speak for SALE.

.F would cripple them very much. An railway employes at which were discussed since his two convictions for murder, Hertby notice :J given that under and by

';' embargo on foodstuffs, cotton, war the possibilities of a settlementof in the first degree he has been virtue of that certain final decree of fore-
4- munitions would be especially disastrous the 27 1 closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Ju ,
/ eight-hour controversy, were months m the death house dicial ,
t to the Entente allies for the and has of Florida in chancery sitting, -.
I discontinued abruptly Thursday, when seen 40 men lei out to die in the adjoining in the Circuit Court for Bradford County,
;f present, and measures could be taken : it became apparent an agreement was room. Florida in the 4th day of January. A. D. 1917.,
here which would seriously interfere i in favor of J. Repenst: Company
not to be reached. "You a corpor
with the rehabilitation of Europe, in.. i I want to know what the death ation as comnlamants. and against Fannie L.
? I It was announced by both sides that house does to a man" he said. "Look Kopson and B. B. Hnrson. as defendants the
part or whole, after the ending of the I
there would be no more meeting until I at me. When I went there the first undersigned a* Special Master will offer for,
.J war. Now it is evident that Mr. Wilson after the court hands I time I ,sale in front of the court house in Starke, "
supreme down was
is assured of respectful attention, a boy. Florida. durin the legal hours of sale on .,
and this desideratum once gained, his I I its decision on the constitutionality of My cheeks were red and full, my face I Monday the 5th day of February, A. D. 1917
the Adamson act. always smiling. Xow to the highest and best bidder for
further I my cheeks are cash. the fol
proposals and suggestions will,[ The break it sunken like those lowing described property to-wit:
came, was learned, up- of an old man. I Said land -!
carry weight. lying and being in
4 S 'on the railroad representatives refuse feel like an old man. Yet that was less Bradford and State of Florida;the an county undivided of I I IWt. 1

ing to concede the demands of the bro- than three years ago. one-third interest in the north haf! of the rr' :)

: LONG DRAWN OUT. .therhood chiefs for an agreement looking I "You ask me to describe life in the six southwest(6) South.quarter of of section s\\ IS), Township 1..

toward the enforcement of the new death house. There is no life in the Range twenty-two E. M. 1221 east. iI _piaM ,
: What's the matter with the street 'wage schedule fixed by the Adamson death house; it is a living death, for its Special Master. ___

t paving in Starke? Long ago thesttl'ets l law, which went into effect January i living between life and death, and \. V. LOXG. ,
Attorney for
were barricaded with walls of i 1. when the governor" gives a man a reprieve Plaintiff. 1-5-St. :1

brick, which made the already narrow 1 The brotherhood chiefs held, it was for 60 or 90 days it often pro- COMMISSIONERS ;i'I

-i: sidewalks too narrow for free traffic. I said, that their men had the right to longs!: his agony only that much longer. Hereby notice Is given that SALE.

: If a gentleman sees a couple of ladies begin drawing wages according to the "I have seen 40 men go through the virtue of that certain decree of partition under and made by .. ,__..
coming toward him, he, to keep from 'scale provided by the Adamson law death house door, never to return. I by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of: .

.. jostling them, steps into one of the"embrasures" immediately after the law became effective think that some of them were inno Court Florida for in Bradford Chancery County.sitting in the Circuit: f. __ __________ .,.
in the brick barricade irrespective of the suits being cent. Although I pleaded guilty I have day of January A. D. 1917 in favor on the 2nd I ,-

,; and waits till they have passed him, brought by the railroads to test its always regarded myself as innocent L. W. Morgan. as complainant and of aitainst Mrs.:

and this consumes valuable time. Driving validity.A and I kno\- some of them felt just as Charles Prevatt. Jr., Jannings Prevail, Joseph Sally supply ot bread being distributed a British
;: across lots and into I did. They came to hate the Prevail. Ruby Prexatt, Mattie Byrd. Jim Byrd., inhatitants of the III camp In France. The .
yards can often statement issued by Elisha Lee, world; Jennette Prevatt James region also are given the

i i; not be done, and when a cow get chairman of the conference committeeof they felt that they wanted to tear ,ers. Wiley Rivers, Lula Prevail.Edwards.Cries J. L. Riv Ed. _. -- ....... ....... .......-- ""'- ....... food. .. ... :
i, on the sidewalk she can't find her way railway managers, covered the posi- away the bars of the prison.with their B.wards Gwendolyn Powell. Tate Powell. Joel -""' -.JO_ ?'>.]
ff aut again. The tot can't hands and tear the Wooten and Delma L. Woolen : F \JYERS.-The:: u' : I
use the tion assumed by the railroads on this throats of those the undersigned, as defendants 'U-/500' boesof citres fruit
pl ish mail" Santa Claus gave him and point The statement said: who were keeping them there in that for sale in front of as the commissioners will offer, neeJa, of tie Ienge LM7 steampoints fromup-river
courthouse in !\ i Thursday It is said to
41 the bicycle scorcher, white and black, "The railroads will await the decision place that was worse than hell. I Florida during the legal hours of sale.Starke. er lie opeating on the upper Caloosbe the evening.

\1. is compelled to ride slow. of the supreme court in the -What'did we do up there? We us- ,,to Monday.thq highest the 5th day of February. A. D. 1917.on: ahatihee, lfought down a cargo of 1ever, brought largest singl! cargo of fruit 1
and best down the river.
:i Once in while I to get down bidder for cash ,
a an engineer comes, Adamson law test case By agreement on our knees every i hand" the following described in ---- --, 1
;I sets transit night, and each j' property, situated ----- ---- -- -=
and gives
UP a man in
some mystic with, the departments of justice at prayed aloud to Bradford county, Florida.
L{ signs to a negro' holding a rod. the I God. that the.next day would bring him i I Commencing at a bosS M _'<.f, ...-. to-wit.-...* .L, -:.:
Washington railroads will keep a "....... 1:_ __ .. .. i\northwest corner of -- n -g. n. )(
.I f Then he goes and we see him no more. record from January 1 of the of -vmc noun rum me terrible suspense j per survey of the John E. Dekle's land aa 1
wages which Town of
4. Then another engineer comes with a all was always with him. I used running West Lake Butler,,
employes affected by the Adamson 161- feet. thence .
; tape and a piece of blue chalk. He law, in order that, if the law is upheld to go to bed and dream that I was j]feet thence East 161U feet, thence North South 270:270 : :

t4. makes some hurried measurements and by the court, the employes will receivethe free, out walking about the streets, living -'[feet one acre to place of beginning containing in all THE BANK J
life I : said land CHECK
-: t vanishes. Then a man comes with a extra again, and the next morning halt of lot lying and being in south SYSTEM
back pay due them. The when number ten UO). Section :
;1i t load of brick and strengthens the defenses rights of the employes in the interval I awoke the shock was terrible. I' M3UI Township five (5), Range thirty i
There (20
f{ of another piece of sidewalk. will thus be was not a man there who did east. ;
""I From the way the sparrows inspect amply protected. not tell me he had these dreams. G. W. ALDERH\ .'! .
statement been made in the J. W.
the voids between the brick and talk "Relatives of the prisoners J_ W. Tie modern method of :
the press that the conference committee i were always TOWNSE.VD financial be- <<
situation exchange
over, they, apparently, coming in
,has been aiding in preparing bill to weeping and cry A. V. Commissioners.
tr consider ? and
the barricades EVERETT
as ing and M.
permanent trying to make JOHNS tveen
be supported by the railroads and the things better Solicitors for corporations, firms individuals
".J: and will probably build their for Complainant. or is by '
nests us, but always 1-5-St -
making ,
it harder. ;
: I (employes alike. and to be offered
there in the future.As as a Mothers and check
sisters would
substitute for the come the MASTER'S {
legislation proposed SALE.
the bricks
are better than the <1 by the. administration night before an execution and would Notice is hereby given '
to hold that :
foundations strikes under <<
they to be laid and by
are beg the virtue
upon, in keeper for one last kiss but it of a Final Decree of
abeyance until after Foreclosure i
they are not likely to suffer from exposure an investigation was denied. and rendered January 4th. 1917. made: II is more certain (
but they make it mighty inconvenient by a public body. The national "Then there were the of Circuit the Circuit Court of the Eighth the Judicial Judge I more convenient, safer and -i
'conference mornings of of Florida.
committee had in
for the not been and for Bradford
public. Will the a the
executions. We used to i ty, in Chancery CounI I generally
party to such a program." go to bed sitting in j favor of D. W. more satisfactory to both
paving never begin the night before Hazen. complainant. and parties to a
against ;
The railroad wishing we might i Susie R. Cone,,
managers said it would Cone. Marcus Cone. '
sleep until it Obra Cone. transaction.
be folly for them in was all over. And in the Cone. Cornelius Barnard
; of the award Cone and
: LIKELY TO MEET HIS WATERLOO early mornings I. Clifton Cone de
1 made we would wake and fendants the undersigned -f
recently by a board of arbitra- offer for
salt J
try to before the
f I tion in the ...a.. nf till' !:"..; t"n'.". .,.. go to sleep again, but it was no between the court bouse door at Starke Florida .
"' use, for at the legal hours of We maintain
In his inaugural address Governor :ion to pay the 50,000 switchmen; who I would always awaken last minute the keeper February 5th. 1917. to the highest sale on and onday.best our Checking Department for the
Catts declares his intention us by pulling bidder for cash the I'::
: are members
to stump of the brotherhoods at down the following described lands: benefit 1
cell situated
the state a little later in advocacy of the rate of ten hours pay for an eight- make a pretense curtains.of We would The north Bradford half of County.lot Florida to-wit: reidents of Starke and vicinity and I
: two bond issues of three million dollars hour day when the calling out good north half eleven 111) and the ,
award lot
grants only bye to the man he twelve 0%). of extend
each to for the nine hours as left, for it seemed I'?>. in Township Settioa seven a cordial invitation
drainage of for seven to
pay pay eight hours work. to us as though it east, ((71. S S twenty (20) utilize this highly J
was the :
: the Everglades. This refers to bonds Other than right containing eighty (80) ,
to say that they expec thing to do, but there less.l acres! more or efficient service.BankofSgarke .
to be issued by the state that would to return to their homes in twenty-it was no heart i.'ll E. M. ;
become a lien on all the in four hours JOHNS .
property the
brotherhood leaders
... the state. This is where the governor j!refused to be quoted after the meeting. i into"People the death used house to be allowed to come I \. Z. ADKINS Special Muter
- and look Complainant's Solicitor.PtleICUrlediri6tol4Days.
is likely to meet his Waterloo. It will They at us. 1-5-5L i

- be difficult to convince the Bradford 1111"11,1 Vii. Ettaftt unto UNT Took animals acted instead as though we were caged : :
of human
land owner for instance that Don Not Gn beings, and
A county *_ Dtttrt till Stand we hated them for Tonr
l he ought to subject his property to a la addition to other properties,Lax-Fas "I think the it. OINTMENT dmgrist falls will refund money If PAZ !
) bond issue for the drainage of the contains Casein in acceptable form !had there worst morning we ever Bllnd.Eteediagorprotruding to cure case of Itching,, i:
Piles in
a was when the four 6 toMdiys,
\ Everglades, when he stands very much stimulating Laxative andTooic. Lax-Few who killed Herman gunmen first application gives Ease awl Kest. 50c.
1' li' in,need of better drainage facilities acts eHectiftlyand does not I ecuted. Rosenthal were ex Starke I.

Tight at home. The Telegraph predicted disturb stomach. At the sane time gripe it aids nor 1 thl ath People house all came night.in and and out of( kg, and we behind counted in our :-: Florida

several years ago that the people digestion,arouse the liter and secretions I got any sleep. And then the nobody minds until we knew the last one was
of the state would finally be asked aDd restores the healthy functions. 50c. j away in the morning, crying boys and pray-went I peace gor.e again.Then" came the death house :. :

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1rnAYJA'UARY: 5, 1917. H .1.

-b_ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Truby went to GLEE CLUB COMING JU.I .

Ig II Jacksonville Wednesday to meet their train schedule was -

daughter, Mrs. J. W. Killian, of As announced in last week's issue, I Seaboard changed December 31st, at musical and social at the Baptist a
fits slightly evening was
ofInformati U Waynesville, N. C. Mrs. Killian's I the Glee Club of Columbia College has 12:01 a. m., as follows: church last Friday affair. Ths
i many Starke friends are glad to have been secured for an engagement in our SouthboundNo. well attended and and the social fea- IGE THREE

her for the remainder' of the winter. city for the night of Monday, January 11:1-1 p. m., as before. music was excellent the occasion.Mrs. .
appears added
of its ture
program before.
8th, and a synopsis No. 3, 10:40 a. m., as W. G. Law and son, Mr. Blan-
The .New Year's masquerade danceat below: No. 15 (formerly No. 9)), limited, arranged this interesting .
the Armory Monday night provedto Orchestra-Part I- m., as before. chard Miss Merle Stephens.
it be the greatest success of the sea- Chapel StepsClub.Nut 2:52 p. formerly No. 15), Cedar entertainment. of PAIN
c..1rtI 0.. 7 *tt.. 3sj Club. No. 21 ( earlier of DeLand, Mrs. Mabel j
1! PNI.uol .. dto Cmr.." son for the members of the youngerset. which Brown Maiden- Key train, 4:56 p. m., 8 minutes Jennings, and Miss May Peek, of Daytona it. That'sop
attended, Frog-Club. visitors
Over 50 couples Bull !: before. musicians who were -
r included many out of town visitors. Swedish Folk Song-Quartet. than. NorthboundNo. gifted assisted our home them.

,. I Miss May Blossom Williams and Mr. Obligato Work by Prof Chapman,, 4, 3:37 p. m., 5 minutes earlier talent.in town Below, kindly we give the numbers aimcnt is

Orville Moitt were the best masked Director.SelectedClub.. .
formerly.No. j
rge couple. than 2, 5:20 a. m.f 26 minutes later rendered March,: Christian Soldiers""Onward
I1T b Mv Dame Had a of Miss Doris
t. B. and son, W. B. Orchestra-Part lIThe than before. No. 10)), limited, -Orchestra, composed BlanchardLaw INC'NT
Mrs. W. Ilaynes No. 16, (formerly Law, Mrs. Duncan, Messrs.
:A. B. Jr. of Vidalia, Ca., are hereon Colored before. Hollis Knight,
Haynes, 5:54 m., as J. Sims Gardiner,
I town visit to Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Haynes. SelectedDirector.Oh Club. No. 20 (formerly No. 14)), Cedar Pitt Tomlinson and Harry Canova. '

busi- When Mr. Haynes left Starke he was Dat Watermillion- train, 9:27 a. m., as before. Instrumental solo Miss Merle

'Shaw in the "candy kid" class, now he holds Concert Selection-Orchestra.. Key Wannee Branch Stephens.
j f to of tie inspectorfor Polly Wolly DoodleClub.Good 6:45 a. m., as Voice is
P the important position LadiesClub.No No. 101 leaves Starke Vocal Solo, "Somewhere a
as in the Seaboard company on the Ala- Night, write Mrs. D. E. Knight.
or before.I Calling"-
1 bama division. amount of to convey paper space an idea of the I 104 arrives in Starke 2:45 p. Reading, "Christmas Story"-Miss 30/ a

;, ups can begin and musical treat any who I m., as before.TEACHERS Lucile Tatum. Ca- e, Etczu j
will be entertained enjoyment "Because"-\lr. Leo
The Fire girls Vocal Solo,
re- Camp to re-
concert are .
)( Emma Darby, leaderof attend this splendid PROGRAM. F. Canova, accompanist.Trio /
,'ends by Miss Sixteen fresh, well chosen male INSTITUTE nova; Mrs. J. ,
Fire ceive. Abiding"Mesdamcs -
local chapter of Camp "In Heavenly Love
the numbers. ,
lii Q, chorus 3FairJJ
full -
home Friday night, from voices do J. E. Futch Mabel Duncan ,
girls, at Auditorium. Doors open Raiford Jan
i>- de a 7:30 to 11 o'clock. Many invitations High School called at 7:45. Admission Meeting Will Be Held at and :Miss Lois Peek; Mrs. A. M. Darby -
1' during the week and at 7:15, concert 13 1017.
this have been given uary LU
'quite a number of young men are congratulating 25 and 15. Instrumental, "Selections from Mar :

themselves on drawing CONTEST.The AddressRecver'treet.. tha"-Miss May Peek.
U. D. C. HISTORY Welcome Vocal Solo, "Hear my Prayer"Hrs. -
Mr one. Futch.Compulsory
A. S. Response-I. Peek, ac
Education-E. R. Pop J. E. Futch; Miss

rto. .----- P. M. Padgett, of Lake Starke Butler Monday.Mr. wasa January questions in the U.for D. December C. history contest and pell.How the Cooreration of companist.Trio, "At. the Break of Day"-Miss
visitor to
Secure -
business to
;.W. ; follows: Doris Law, violin; Mrs. Duncan,
are as Davis.
W. Padgett is a large: : the Patrons-L. A. Law, cornet.
December Sanitationin Mr. Blanchard
| Lake that business in of Teaching ;
and reports
operator battleof
-Jon outlook than 1. (a) Where was the first Importance Miss Olga Ward Social Intermission.
has brighter Schools-
'his line a Who Law
Public Doris
;" fought? (b) Duet-Miss
a the Confederacy Instrumental
jf" for some time past. He has pending I and Mrs. L. H. Futch.
? J. T. sale of his turpentine interests in the won? first defeat How Well Should a Teacher Prepare and Mrs. Mabel Duncan. Gates"Miss R..
the the
the of a ) Where was, he Teaches Solo, "Beyond
; An- New River section, but in case 2. (a Each Eubject that Mrs. A. M. Darby -
in the same ? (b) Why? Louise Bessent; DIa'
B. M. Bryan.
iness sale will probably engage Lee from goingon Carl Scaff .
the What kept Ina Alder accompanist.Instrumental
other point in 3. to teach history- March"
< line at some ? How Solo, "Sacred

.p.time Angie in ty. 4.to When Washington did Gen. Lee say he had man.Why Some Teachers are Failures in i -Miss Cassie White. Mesdameaa R..

left his right arm? Trio, "Autumn Lullaby"
er, Mrs. there Prof. E. R. Poppell, superintendentelect [I lost 5. In what battle was the charge the profession-R.Discussion H. Terry. of threachers' < Futch, Duncan and Miss Peek; Mrs. A. -

J.,.. accompanied by his sister, Miss I Pickett's men? Round Table Remedies!3 accompanist.Male .
made by and their M. Darby,
Susie Ii Troubles Bit"Messrs.
s his cousin Little
Poppell, a
Ruby May January Quartette, ''N
at' I oday Miss Varina Bacon, of Pembroke, Ga., Robert Edward Lee- -Opened by Prof.Knowledge S. A. Draper.of Psychology A. E. Wall, Luther Powell, .

are \ visit were in the city on a motoring trip 1. (a) Give date and place of The Value of Teacher a -R. A. Green' Blanchard Law, W. G. Law. )
Starke Tuesday. Mr. poppell is Death. (c) Last words. to the Solo, "Jerusalem"-Mrs. Ma-
from birth (b) of Rural School:s Vocal
ine the man with a great deal of ability 2."here was Lee educated? The Consolidation bel Duncan; Mrs. Hughes, accompan- 11

_, of V has a young and energy and stands in the front I ) Did Lee love animals? (b) Prof. Draper. Colon l- ist.
3. (a Attention-York
of matters. He will favorite horses. I How Secure 'Solo Mrs. Nelle I
I home rank on educational of two of his Instrumental -
re- of Names (d) D. W. G. Martin.
bird. and
superintendent the little ;
r take his seat as of !
Tell story Hughes.
and !(.c) ___ .
.. schools next week ft '0\ Ilia, Ac\ce. nit
Bradford county -- --?
I<, The nen in tamp.v7
Hilda fc' M. it gmake oes without saying! that: he official.He ; will;; 4. (a) Did General Lee of own them negroes ?- TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR CARD OF THANKS.The .7L

_, a recent the us a live and painstaking ? (b) What became L -
.and Mrs. | is man who believes in the fair When did he surrender? NASTY CALOME
a 5. (a) family of the First
all, and numbers To whom? pastor
and deal for Where? (c) this
square b wish
) by
the hundreds.Lake ( church of Starke ,
Hoover his friends in the county by Both December and January ques- Baptist combined i
i -,. Star December28th. in the last weekin Liver Without Mafc(" public means, to extend their
i .t { u. Butler tions must be handed Starts your to the members and friends i:01-
Mrs. the month. Sick and Cannot hanks: such
r,: SHARPE ALVAREZ, ing You who made their Christmas-tide a

..f MEETING.The LUCIA Historian.W. Salivate. pleasant time by the gifts and tokensof -tire. .
.and Mrs. CIVIC CLUB of the family. Not a ;
U. D. C. love to each Mn
t4 the WSands\ T. Weeks' Chapter remembrance missed its mark, and all '
,_ sy
,L. D. Civic Club will meet next Wed- LEAGUE. Eyery druggist in town-your dru was much appreciated. 4 es

I nesday, the 10th inst., at twothirtyp. JUNIOR everybody's druggist has n!l- I The Law Family.lie .
J. F. gist and
Mrs. -
Xi. A. Price avere m., at the residence of off in the K !
interested on
to Colley. All members and otbers A Junior League was organized ticed a great falling around ,
I several rein in civic work are cordially invited !Sunday: afternoon at the Methodist of calomel They all give the sai me A new fence has been built

t to be present. i church;; with nineteen members. reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is ta.ki. .ng: the Presbyterian manse lot.
Jitter will have chargeof I
Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr --

parents, lumping !SUNDAY AT THE METHODIST the work and the young people she wilhave can its"Calomel place. is dangerous and people U. D. C. ENTERTAINED.The of the Daughtersof .
best training local chapter
for Arcadia %>ney CHURCH. the very held Dodson's Liver Tone is charmingly
The meetings will be know it, while the Confederacy was

.,,... inber give each them.Sabbath afternoon at 3 o'clockat perfectly safe and gives better results entertained Wednesday afternoon at ,

arrived church.An ," said a prominent local drug- the delightful suburban home of Mesdames -
newly the
Mr. and Mrs. the
| Sunday morning church preached interesting program will be rendered gist. Dodson's Liver Tone is person- S. E. and J. M. Brownlee. .I
ville, spent the Methodist attendanceand
urn- pastor of druggist who members were in
tTO. J. Griffin.r Lak('here ; to a very nearly attentive 100 persons.congregation His, list at each of the meeting.A officers will appear in ally sells guaranteed it. A large by bottle every costs 50 cents, Twdve with the president, Mrs. L. A. Davis -
( numbering and at the close next week's issue. fails to give easy relief inevery in the chair, the Chapter proceededto
[llr. John subject was "Heaven, NELLIE MOTT, and if It considerable business and
last transact
the I and
Mr. George of the sermon he repeated L. Reporter. case of liver sluggishness for future work. The secre-
rosk,, visited written by the late Rev. D. have only to ask for arrange read report
day hymn which is as constipation you tary, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, a
,!. vitlsin, Branning, of Waldo, Fla., your money back. giving an account of the proceedings
I- i follows: 1917 Dodson's Liver Tone>is a pleasant- [of the chapter since the time of itsranization.

1 "The Aged Pilgrim." tastine. purely vegetable remedy, It. .was also. reported .
sing to me of heaven, harmless to both children and adults. that a large Christmas box been in -
But iris I come down to die; spoonful at night and wake sent to the OM Soldiers' Home
When make Take a of
let's President

0 sing of sins beyond forgiven the, s'y.E'or As we the enter record this clean new year up feeling: fine; no biliousness constipated, sick Jacksonville.the U. D. C., Mrs.The H.State H. McCreary, of .

Of a home make of all this year the headache, acid stomach or will visit the W. T.
let Gainesville,
Jr., ers- I must soon be going And us doesn't gripe or cause of Jan-
have seen bowels. the latter part
that we
best Chapter
par day My race is almost run; we keep our inconvenience all the next day like Weeks announcement was received -
sowing, the future may This
jj'I 3| or- My reaping and my And in and Take dose: of calomel uary. by the local -
I is almost won. memory fresh green violent calomel. a with much pleasure )
My crown Of all the kindly acts we've done in today and tomorrow you will feel chapter.At .

lighter, Nineteen-seventeen. sick and nauseated. Don't losea the close of the business session,
Mi ready )ly burden's growing weak, J. M.
life's way; Take Dodson's Liver Mesdames S. E.
down work!
and wander
As I his.tory's day's served the
Iarie ; ssie And r.ow ray path shines brighter, In after years vivid as we screen look back on Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor Brownlee and J.delightful E. Wilson salad course,

i of I unto perfect day. when i ((14-5% guests with a ,
i E'en labored for the MnsterFrom And see the time as it will be and ambition. consisting of coffee, whipped cream

; For I have till setting sun; -S voars VM-U: have_.- rolled, betweenJ sandwiches chicken salad, pickles and
desi ''eleliose- morn faster then should have no clouds .
.,. th And would the hours flew The present spiced grapes.STAR
; darkly intervene
done. to LASS IFIE
task was of
Until my all acts
the s u Between ourselves and our C

of Dt. )th [To God be all the glory Nineteen-seventeen. ADVERTISING V OFTilE
For all I've done or ; neighbors' faults this
I land It: was the old, old story Against our hold no spleen saddle -
of la- heart from sin.And year now let us : SALE-Fine horse, buggy,
That won my in all and overlook FOR NORTilTimesUnion's
the good
: visitortrke I by His grace and He kept o'er;me And try to see the mean, etc. Jay S. Brown.

Thro'For fifty years He will accept me, To make all others happy too let's keep. WANTED AT ONCE-5500 bush-
the F+ our efforts en smooth -
then forevermore. in only
Saved blessings have els sweet potatoes
I home of Mr. to' wife and daughter .uieu.,, That every Nineteenseventeen.D.one may stock accepted. Brown & Son. 2t. F urth Story of

:Itifts Merl S1rs- The pastor's impressively a duet rtitit- F. MCDONALD.Lake Kachelhofer
sang very The organist SALE-Formerly Adventure and Suc-
to the holidays and Waiting. FOR Love
"Watching ] Butler, Fla. house. Price ,
wrned to her Shumathlr. led at her best, and the choirand plate, eight lots and
\\tf.- oqsta, congregation entered heartily into reasonable. C. R. Ensey. cess. I

at tfc of of all the songs. -
,Mrg. Mabel the of the city and pig, male red, weight
The several pastors partici- LOST-Jersey Mrs.S. The fourth of the one-novcl-a-weck: ii
Reward by
ITC .returned to congregations about 60 pounds. of the
their respective service at the PreferPRUDENCE 1-5-lt. series being run in the columns Iit
ws&nt-r _week r ,. pent pated in a great last union Sunday evening. F. Hamrick, Florida Times Union promises to prove

V. V hther, Methodist church of the Episcopal with two keys and the most popular of those. that have
Forest Jones of rector LOST-Key ring
r4 on Rev. The Return returnto yet 'appeared.
.*guest of Ga.,. i she church, led in the opening Mrs.prayer.Futch and Chinese coin on it. The writer George BronsonHoward -
iSWS returning music was very fine. this office. well known to'require intro
duet is too
'-Mntifnllv._ sane.. a
*& spending Mrs Duncan uco-v. nor of-Bethlehem." To FollyPainful trees. Under duction. Thoroughly familiar with the
Little Town SALE-Camphor
- aving entitled 0 effec- FOR Philippines and enjoying a masterly
f, ttyiiext Mr. Blanchard Law sang very of Your 20 inches high, 20 cents each; 21 to of building vivid scenes before

A fine baby on tually a solo entitled" "Give The subject of 23 inches, 30 cents; 29 to 35 inches, the power reader with a few touches, he has f

III, lira.- R. L. city !grad- Best to the Master."The Value of the 40 cents. W. B. Kuhl, Starke. outdone his unusual" delightful self in it!

KQttly of Starke i '* the sermon was discourse was filled Cough RelievedDr. 1282t. "Star of the North.
afer 28th. Church. and figures The characters of story
interesting facts is a N. C. American omcer, a
with the
-4 achievementsof Discovery PEANUTS.Eave capable young
Live (Jras a King'sew a
Next; Sunday tome showing the marvelous the spiritual benefits soothing, healing remedy for coughs SEED Flat Vine Seed Peanuts. They are crooked judge, wily native plotters the, Mj -______
on of
Wer wifl be M. Df)eav-I the church derive from tl church, but and colds that has stood the test for new crop and sound. Write today and Estrella del Norte-Star black- i

Wan church. to $post which whole we intent of the sermon was t the in- beauty
to us the eyed
all value of the church the throat and saps 12-22-tf. hatred of all A ner.
dentist1 the strains >
... who desire .show and materially. that Diseov- with well .grounded. V'.
New -lima
,-. I tellectually, physically try Dr. King's 20 Ibs. ; Through climax after \:
to vitality rice
I of Wgton .'_- -* t110,.. sermon: was and FOR SALE-Good clean "an.
Prof. .M. S. day. The intentIon clearly U" -what the church I prv. The soothing pine_ balsams drive for $1 Will clean your rice and grind he reader is swept to a breathless con I
most :: soon
show the intel- rld laxative ingredients Fridays. One-eighth c1u ion.
r, now of of towl car is doing it feed on other' important -
your offers
and Have
done, Peek's Times-Union
has of her the system. Ware at The
cold from toll E.
. for
the purses the
", was in of roadikmg lects, thc bodies and which for winter colds, croup, taken 1-5-tf. features. Members-elect of \
JW teaches a he req*. the marvelous bottle on hand At mill. are publishing in the i
people-the world from affections. the legislature .
OMB.it. this present and concerning the
in grippe articles \
derive editions
._ (2) daily
we .
: Christ.At 50c. ,
e: .. church of Jesus your druggist, : which they will introduce or .
the the conregation Constipation. I I
sermon Causes
Nw. of the Inactivity law-makers con
Henry AlvarJIrs. the close with bowed winter is a i advocate when the -
BF Davis, son,'". C. arose and stood of This ? Lack of exercise in the vene in April. These reviews appear -
pastor How's You ;
*R and Powell G. C.fing- heads while Rev. Denison in frequent cause of constipation. only in the Times-Union. In addition,
led pray- Re-
the the Presbyterian church, stood inside We offer One Hundred Catarrh Dollarr that cannot feel heavy, dull and listless, your complexion the only complete report, of the daily 1 __

' motoring to visit Jtson- 'r. Then all the pastors con- w&rd for any case Halls of Catarrh Cure.Uall'i i is sallow and pimply, and energy proceedings of the legislature will ap r
cured by
' tine. "j> and be been taken. Clean this condition in the Times-Union. For -
?f "2JSBTl rt'I! XZ Catarrh Cure has --- at low ebb. up pear daily
"- ; ---- catarrh sufferers for the past with Dr. King's New Life the next six months the Times-Union
!:''' "-- e ," scores UA "- by has become I at once and
Lora and ,
fetobe Kingdom, years the most interesting -
rt returne es- Thy forward and thirty-five reliable remedy for mild laxative that relieves offers tr3
city came the most Pills, a to mail in their 1
of the known as acts thru invites non-subscribers
5 sig- Cure
shepent citizens ministers, Hall's Catarrh intestines without griping.A
II Pidcock stMr. hands with the Catarrh. Mucous surfaces expelling congested subscriptions now, to insure receivingevery Pi
Ga. shook intention to cooperatenifying the Blood on the the Blood and before retiring will assure youa J
dose delay.Adv.Woolsey'
home of family.rg e their in making the Poison from issue without
; the morn
Kr. _ily, their respe'cth'e pastors churches healing the diseased portions. full and easy movement in
and I with for the Hall's Catarrh ((2) -3\ :
taken h-
i whom she Stuai'"n<| this the best year of the city. After'you have time you will see a ing. 25c at your druggist Paints and Varnishes are
Jears. them. A11 iad of Starke in the history together all Cure for Improvement a short In your general Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe the best that we can find-that's why -H i _

thus wve nantmj dosing great Start taking Hall's Catarrh Standard general strengthening tonic, I sell them, and in five years' hand
j After for a health. rid of catarrh.I Old drive out we :j _
and get chill TONIC :
congregation at once TASTELESS haven't had a complaint.-
.. the Rev. Cure GROVE'S ling we
tU1l1. .
-- led by testimonial" free. Woodand buiJsup the iy*<
.. confined I which was All went Send for CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Ualaria.enrichei the ;.:. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.
: 000 Day prayer Baptist church. F. J. CHENEY &: ,. tonic. Fi:**'!ts tKlcbrjcca.
of the ,'*' A true
a painful It.t4th pastor grateful for such a blessed I Sold by all Druggists, Tic. .

1 of an oil work off th' home feeling iIfikI .

nht.,. on it each fails bOZ to ..... service. ;

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! Bradford County Farms and Farmers --

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of Starke several months to W.
ago Brady E. Brown, one of the
The fifth annual meeting of the E. Webb, of Clay county, has bought YEAR FOR SOUTH successful farmers of the Dukes most

Florida State Live Stock Associationand Florida Fails to Land One of from Mrs. C. R. Ensey a 21-acre tractin Probably the Largest Forced tion, was in town Monday Mr. Brown sec-
Live Stock Institute will meet on the vicinity: of the China Grovechurch that
said big preparations
A Tuesday, January 16, 1917 at 9 a. m., New Financial Institutions. and will begin at once to take Sale of Farm Property in made for the planting season were in being his

at the University of Florida, Gaines the land in for cultivation. section and that there would be
i History of the County.What Twenty Million Bales is More siderable increase in the a con of

ville.The forenoon program is one of WASHINGTON, Jan. 3-The twelve X. T. King, who lately bought a 46- corn and cotton. He had recently acreage visited
much interest to the farmers and the cities in which will be located the farm acre farm two miles northeast of sale Likely Than 20 Cents Per the big Armour packing plant in
stockmen of the state. H. B. Miniumof loan banks have been announced andit town from E. S. Matthews, has just was probably largest Jacksonville and was greatly impressed
of farm lands under forced sale ever -
i the Armour Packing Co., Jackson- is expected now that the system will about completed a roomy bungalow on Pound, Says Hastings. with the opportunity that this plant
made in this county took place Monday I
"The Plant within sixty days. The the place and will move his family intoit I
ville, will discuss Packing be in operation for stock raking in
opens up Bradford
when E. M. Johns, Esq., as .
Spiingfdd, is old Brad- spe-
this week. Mr. King an
and the Live Stock Farmer. The mar- banks are to be located at sold small farms county. Mr. Brown thinks it will be
cial master eight a
of the Md. Columbia, S. ford county farmer and recently returned ATLANTA, Ga. Jan. 1917is
keting of livestock has been one Mass.; Baltimore, ; 546 The sale 3.-That mistake for our farmers to too
aggregating acres. was go
problems in the past with the live C.; New Orleans, La.; Houston, St. to the county from Tampa. He made under foreclosure of mortgageheld a "danger year" for the South, and heavily into cotton planting to the

stock growers. This will be an oppor- Louis, Louisville, St. Paul, Omaha, Wi- believes in general farming with bv the late G. F. Markillie. Af- that. there. is'."dynamite, in- the present neglect of food and forage crops, and
just what class of live stock the packs chita, Kas.; Spokane, Wash.; Berkeley, strawberries as a spring money crop ter the death of Mr. Markillie the cotton situation for the cotton- he is right. Everything that must be

ing company to talk things over, giving C&L and cotton as a fall money crop. He American Trust Co., of Jacksonville, growing farmer," are the warnirjf bought is so high in prwe that it behooves -
the farmers a chance to find out ;tock subscription books for the will plant about ten acres to cotton was appointed administrator of his es words used by H. G. Hastings, presi- farmers to grow everything

i; ; just yhat class of live stock the packing opened Jan. 2, remaining this season.T. tate. In closing the affairs of the dent of the Southeastern Fair Asso- that they can right at home. The cot.

': 1' house wants and can use to advan- opensforwere days. It is expected will, estate it became necessary up to foreclosethe ciation and the Georgia Chamber of ton should be the money crop, but it
H. Rimes successful farmer and
: tage. however, that the government a mortgages that are due. Commerce, in an interview given to should not be depended on to buy what
k"f.l Dean P. H. Rolfs will discuss "The have to supply most of the $9,0011,001)< stock raiser of the Dukes section, was With one exception the farms sold the newspapers here urging farmers can be grown.
I Relation of the State University to the among? the visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. not to increase their cotton acreage.;
by Special Master Johns
f t 1 Live Stock in Florida." Dean directors, five for each Rimes has had considerable success -. Monday were "Eighteen to cent cotton at .
Industry Temporary bought in by the American Trust Com- twenty / -v- <*> 43>
;, I. Rolfs needs no introduction to Florida bank, will be named probably within in raising mules and other stock pany and are now the property of the planting time in spring," he says, "is 3> "AWatson's
" : farmers. three weeks by the board. As soon as and thinks Bradford county is destined Markillie estate. The the bait that will lure hundreds of > Watermelon Seed. N. <$.

I P. L. Sutherland, secretary of the borrowers have subscribed $200,000 of to become a great live stock sec seem to have decided that mortgagors it would be thousands of farmers in the South to C. Simpkins Extra Early Upe'

Florida State Live Stock Associationwill the stock of each bank, the temporary tion. easier for them to buy the property each put in a few extra acres, and '?' land Cotton Seed. Carolina 4>
speak "Our Objects and Aims." will surrender their authority should nature smile on the as in '$ ,
on directors of back from the estate than to buy at the crop Runner and Spanish Two Crop '!>
:Mr. Sutherland has been giving a to boards of nine directors, six J. W. Barry, a well known fanner master's sale, where the terms were 1914, we will come nearer a twenty !' Peanut Seed. Heavy Demand \!'
a great deal of time to the livestock]whom I are to be named by the borrow- of the Brooker section has moved to spot cash. million bale crop than 20 cents per 5> Write now for prices. <>

N work in the state for the past year. <''ers and three by the farm'loan board. Lakeland. Hardy Harris bought in the 40-acre pound, for evidence multiplies daily *> 0. K. JELKS & SON, *

:; i Those who attend the meeting can rest place of S. J. Register, paying $1175 that they are 'planting right up to "v Quitman, Brooks Co., Georgia. '!.
a assured that he will have a message I AN EARLY POTATO CROP WILL J. R. Beville, the Telegraph's cor- for it, which is close to the graveyard,' as it is sometimes ex + 4,
-: well worth hearing.Those BRING GOOD PRICES. respondent at Graham and a well acre. The properties very bought in by per the pressed. !' ,;. .;. t- .!> b > not attending the first ses- known farmer and berry grower of American Trust administrator "On the Hastings farm we don't expect -
Company, as -
of the that section. was in town Tuesday. He to in of cotton
sion of the fifth annual meeting I put an acre more
follows John Car- GROWERS
K' were as : ASSOCIATION.
': State Live Stock Association will miss Florida potato growers will find a reports the berry plants in the Graham roll, 80 acres J. Q. Futch 40 than we did last year, because we thinkit
1 a very important part of the program. ready sale for their spring crop the at section as being very fine and T. B. Browning; 40 acres,-A., L.acres Rob-;; a time above all others to play safe.

:- The Tuesday afternoon meeting will sigh prices, according to reports on thinks the growers will have a fine erts, 26 acres M. Lynn, 240 acres C. What we will increase to the limit of All members of the Starke Growers
t I. be devoted to tick eradication and to potato.situation in the United States. yield for the coming shipping season. H. Anderson,;40 acres R. H. Taylor; our ability will be food, grain and forage Association are invited to meet at
; needed legislation. These are subjects There will be few, if any, potatoesleft Mr. Beville's son, S. M. Beville who 40 acres. ; beef cattle and hogs. Starke on January 6, 1917, as we have
",'1 of discussion that the stockmen ol in storage by spring and the has been following the trade of lumber "The safe way is to first supply all some very important business to attend -

r: Florida cannot afford to ir.iss. Southern truckers will be called on to inspector for several years past, FREAK POTATO.E. needs of family and stock from one's to. Every member is urged to
supply the market until the main sum- has decided to return to farming and own acres, and then put surplus acre- attend the meeting. Come whether

BERRY PROSPECTS BRIGHT. mer or fall crop farther north can be will join forces with his father for age in cotton. With bread and meat in you intend to remain as a member of

grown and harvested. the coming year. They will plant a E. Wills showed the reporter a hand, and a garden producing steadily the Association or not.
Unfavorable weather cut the main considerable acreage in cotton, but sweet potato of the Porto Rico varie- through spring, summer and fall; C. N. COOPER. President.A. .
The prospect for a good strawberry short in the Northern growing will not neglect the food and forage ty, which had grown under the straw- with home canned vegetables and fruiton BRONKE, Manager.

I crop throughout the Bradford county crop regions and the late crop, which is us- crops. berry packing shed at his garden on closet shelves for winter table use; .12-22-2t.
'r berry belt was never better than at ually grown for seed, has been sold in Broadway street. The tuber had been with.corn in the crib and hay and fod- .

J this time. The plants very generally part for table use at high prices. While VACCINATION CAMPAIGN.The unfettered by discipline and could take der in the barn or stack, the farmer,.
are unusually thrifty and the -ecent this condition the Southern what form it wished. It resembles in can be largely independent of cotton
:: rains have been very much in their trucker good price for his early potatoes hog vaccination campaign shape a big, fat cat with the head en- prices in the fall. The farmer so provided -

i(: favor. The growers are busy now it means also that he must paya started by the Bank of Starke now larged as if from the mumps. The for is never 'distressed.' He can
\ with the final Fertilizing and mulching, high price for his seed. seems in a fair way to be a big suc- tail is long and respectable. The po- sit on his cotton bales with mind at
which constitutes the last working un- The high prices that will be offeredfo cess. The past few days pig owners tato weighs about ten pounds. ease and sell in his own good time

; til picking time. rseed will induce some dealers to have been filing orders for the service / when prices are right.

;'l dump a low grade of potatoes on the right along and the required number EXTENDIhG: THEIR OPERATIONS. "With labor comparatively scarce

;/I': C. S: Durling shipped off a crate of seed market, and the Extension Divis- will probably be pledged by January and fertilizer high, any material increase ESPECIALLY

strawberries Tuesday. ion of the University_ _of Florida, _warns_ 10th. in cotton acreage must neces-
AV - -
.. the farmers and trucKers 10; oe on me P. S. Colson of the Brooker section Bradford county farmers are make sarily be at the expense of food and ADAPTEDFOR
lookout for diseased stock, mixed varieties was in town Monday and called at th ing extensive preparations for extend grain acres' that are in reality far I
Free Flower Seed and wrongly named varieties.If bank to leave his order for the vacci- ing their operations during the coming more responsible for the South's pres- : YOUR STATE

Hastings' Catalogue the buyer is not a good judge of seed nation of 20 head. Mr. Colson has been year, and it is probable that the ent prosperity than is 18 to 20 cent _. -
1 deal with reputable dealers vaccinating his hogs for several years, largest acreage in the history of the cotton.
__ Tells You About It he should past and was asked about his exper county will be planted. Hundreds of "Memories are short, but wise far- FREEOUR

only.Farmers not ience with it. lIe declared himself absolutely farmers have cleared new lands to be mers need only to look back to 1914
No matter whether you farm on a and should their early convinced of the efficacy of added to their fields and there are I and see the disaster due to too much
large scale or only plant vegetablesor let the high prices paid for for the vaccination and said that every man practically no rental farms in the .cotton that can't be eaten, and the lack
F. flowers in a small way, you needHastings' crop induce them to over plant will who attempts to raise hogs ought to county without tenants. During the of food that one must eat. I repeat
1917 Seed Catalog. It's fail crop. The Northern growers growing learn to vaccinate and keep his hogs past 90 days something like 300 head this year of 1917 is a danger year. OUR INSTRUCTIVE
ready new and \ve have a cct y for heavily and if the horses mules
be planting vaccinated. of and have been sold to Any farmer who increase cotton acre- CATALOGUE
you absolutely free, if you ask for It, is at all favorable, the market farmers. AND
season time, Another well known stock raiser to Figuring an average of 20 age and cuts food crop acres is gam
mentioning the name of this paper. will be glutted at harvesting The join in the campaign is Nat E. Robertsof aeres.the horse this would mean an ling with the cards stacked againsthim. WEEKLYPRICE
t In addition to sicwins you about all cutting the price to a low figure. the Lake Butler section. He sendsin addition of 6,000 acres to the culti- .
the varieties of vegetables, farm Florida trucker, with his distance from an order for thevaccination of from vated area of the county. With favor- LIST
{ grass clover and flower seeds this market and the necessary purchase .: 50 to 100 head. In a letter to the Bankof able seasons the 1917 crops of the SEND
catalog tells how you can get free five high priced fertilizer considered, may Starke Mr. Roberts says that the county will be the largest in its his- VISITED ARMOUR PLANT. FOR

i splendid varieties of easily grown, yet not find the fall crop prof table. charge for the vaccine seems a little tory. THEM TODAY.

beautiful flowers, with which to beautify high, but that it is not nearly as cost-

c- your home surroundings.Good A WISE PRECAUTION.: ly as it is for a man to feed his pigs Brown & Son shipped from Starke County who Commissioner is of A. H. Williams
one most
seeds of almost every kind for eight or ten months and then lose last week 210 dozen eggs. The mild ful farmers success- NSEEDCQ:
and stock raisers of
; are scarce this season, and you can'tafford them from cholera. weather made the hens lay, and an the
to take chances In your seed with farmers from all Among other orders for the ad. in the Providence section, lately visited the
In talking large Telegraph brought the eggs > JACKSONVILLE FLA.
big packing plant in Jacksonville. He g
supply. Hastings' Seeds are depend
of the county it has been learned service received during the week is to Brown & Son.
able seeds the kind you can always parts of them have fortified them one from J. S. Norman for the vaccination was there on butchering day and was

depend on having "good luck" with. selves.hat many by having on hand a double sup- of 32 head. Mr. Norman is one STOCK greatly interested in the fine systemof JOHN WHITE & CO
You.are going to garden or farm of cotton seed. It is intended to of the leading farmers and berry MARKET REPORT. the plant He was particularly impressed LOUISVILU.KY.Liberal .
this ply with the cleanliness of the
spring. Why not insure success possible in the growers of the Woodlawn section.
early as
sO far ad possible by starting with plant just as sufficient plant and with the methods used to MaortmMt
= the right seed! Don't take chances spring, holding in reserve a Jacksonville, Jan. 3, 1917. make sure that only the best of meatsare .ad full viliMMS paid
of seed to make a complete REPAIR AND PAINT YOUR FARM Watch this market
quantity grow. Our goal
: turned out for the
that you do not have to. use of the con-
re-planting in case a late snap is 1500 cars of stock the first
Write today for Hastings' 1917 The unusually MACHINERY. I sumer. A government inspector is on
make this necessary. will!
Catalog. It's free and will both interest should planting will be done pass ]hand and every pig that is butchered H.,.. ..,
and help you to succeed In 1917.H. early partof Winter should not be an idle timeon Hogs-Receipts light, market steady comes under his inspection. OMt SUM
of maturing a large Do
G. HASTINGS CO.. Seedimen with hope the not expect top prices except for
ahead of a possible farm. Among the many thingsto
Atlanta, G .-Adrt. the cotton crop strictly first class well finished stuff.
invasion of the boll weevil. be done is the overhauling, repair- Cattle-Receipts medium. Market

t ing and painting of the machinery us- active and shows advancing prices for

\ ed on the farm. The present price of good, well finished stock. While inferior ArlnourFertilizers

to all farming tools emphasizes the ne- and thin stock will sell promptly -

ca cessity of giving them the best care at a price, it will pay to put firm

Tftiee Floe Shrubbery Collections possible. Look the implements over flesh and fat on your stock and improve -
that will
so they
and grow
make the
necessary repairs; then .
f and fatten
syqMnt th* boss tneTMMf Its vita. -.Ir when the rush of work begins in the quicker and cheaper, bring
I. U ...0 eort. TbiM help make jwuiCOIXMmOKMiM a IIaowpJaM.DID you more money and make better beef.
., thnlw, froU, et&, 8In spring, all machinery will be in readi- Sheep-Receipts light. Brisk demand -
t h -, Die* *.. .Ut Worth SUI.BOYAL ness. at firm prices.GoatsReceipts .
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no implement shed is
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t Inw, .kib* 1i foUic puxt and term, tt ext JaIi' chinery, J. H. Scott of the Universityof top prices. fertilizer material or handle EVERY
lug* ptoM* WMth tUM.bdow Quotations-The Interstate Stock having recognized value to the grower.
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oughly painted. Paint will
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from rusting. Two kinds of paint Corn fed hogs, 160 Ibs. and up, $7.75 meal, dried blood, blood and bone tankage, &c., and,our raw animal bone
l will be needed-one for the metal @$8.25. fertilizers based on these materials are standard

parts and the other for the wooden Peanut fed hogs, 160 pounds and up, throughout the country. Our special Florida formulas crop-makers de-

parts..' The price of the paint will be $7.50@$8. eloped during nearly 30 years'experience and study of Florida

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** -< ( ( chinery. for you that fertilizer can.Chemical .
t 200 LBS. a' Pigs, 65 to 120 lbs., $6.75? $7.25.
{ Thin pigs and hogs $6@$6.50. armour
Gordon Touchstone has sold his farm or Mineral FertilizersFor
; H Steers 700 pounds and choice
IDEALi2 to T. H. Rimes and bought the farm
to prime, $7@$8. nearly 40 years we have offered purely mineral
J 1 known as the Purdum place, near Lake Steers, good to choice chemical fertilizers. We the
FERTILIZER Butler. Miller ; $6@$7. get world's finest materials for
Correspondence.A Steers, fair to good, $5.50@$6. these brands by buying huge quantities direct from producers

T.c MFDBY 'tLSON Florida bean fed steers, 500 lbs. and at most favorable times. We KNOW our materials are best
l STARKE WOMAN COMES TO $5.25@$6.25.Light quality, for each lot
-: k A4 up when it reaches our factories, is rigidly
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"1CKSOMVILLE. FLA. IjIr Heavy bulls, 56. into crop-making formulas
." Every Starke Resident Should Read developed during our long experi-
What Light bulls, $4.25@$4.73. ence and study. Potash up to 5% if desired. Full description
a Neighbor says Fat cows, $5@$5.50. is in our catalog booklet.

Medium cows $4.50@$5.

l Make Early Cotton Mrs. M. Johns, Starke, says: "I Canners, $3.75@$4. -.Armour Blood and Bone Tankage ,

was bothered by kidney disorders and Is the original article, familiar to every Florida for I
suffered from backache and severe nearly 30 years as "blood and bone." More than 100,000 tons !

i. Get your cotton made before the boll pains in my limbs. I used two boxesof of.Armour Blood and Bone Tankage have actually been used I I
Doan's Kidney Pills with the by Florida growers.
weevil can ruin it. Early planting, Ideal best PRUDENCEMakes I
of results. They relieved the kidney
Fertilizer and thorough cultivation means Jrmour Fertilizer Materials 'n '
.I early cotton, for Ideal Fertilizer gives difficulty and" removed the backacheand !el1efu11J4eS'I''I''
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Mina tctireri Ideal Fertilizers, I recommend" them as highly now as rfrmour Fertilizers
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Dealers in Fertilizer Materials
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Spraying Machinery and Insecticides Crawford, who has been Quality
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Mrs. Johns has twice publicly recom- tion and is spending a few days with Armour Fertilizer WorksJacksonville.
i his
mended. Foster- lilburn Co., Props., ford.parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Craw. .
Buffalo, N. Y. 23 the -Heilbronn Correspondence to i
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But-well, when I found this grand, clothes, and lingered In silent qneS- 'Ps. fffrpfff + + NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE.Six .; .1-!

old, rambling barn, I was so thankfulI toning on Prudence's dress. It was'': + LEGAL NOTICES months after date hereof en to-w.t. the 44.
JUUDEN couldn't 14th day of January. 1917.,1 will present my
"praying about it. a very peculiar color. In fact, it Wll! + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + vouchers and final account to the Honorable 1
"But a barn! ejaculated the per no color at all-no named color. Pru- Ce:. A. (Gardiner County Judge of Bradford "
I plexed "member." "Do call thata dence's i 1 county Florida. as administrator of the estate \
you eyes had followed Mrs. Ad. Notice
I OF Application for Tax Deed ot D. S. Wheeler deceased and asked to
THE .DAD.JONWQj blessing? ams' glance, and she spoke frankly."I Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, be dischraged as such administrator. : '
"Yes, indeed I do," declared Pru suppose you're wondering if this This the 14th day of July, 19U. j
Laws of
Florida. .
1'2t cy If dence. Then she explained patiently: dress is any color! Well, I think M Administrator of the estate D. W.of MANNING.D. S. Wheeler. ;' I

"Oh, it is on the children's account deceased. 7.14mo
really is, but it isn't any of the regular -

you know. They have always longedfor shades. It is my own invention, Hereby notice is given that LouisH. ,
a big, romantic barn to play In. but I've never named It. Fairy grew I Hill, purchaser of tax sale certifi- Six months after date I will present to the .

That's why I couldn't resist saying my up and out and around, and tone day cates numbered respectively 55, 59 and Hon. Ceo. A. Gardiner u County Judge of :

T1' prayers-I" was so happy. I couldn't when I was so nearly out of clothes I 1' 204, issued by the tax collector for final Bradford accounts county.as Administratrix Florida, my vouchers of the estate and i

ti. ILLUSTRATED BY hold In. hardly felt I could attend church any Bradford county, Florida, said certificates of S. J. Sternburg. late of Bradford- county

: w.C .TAN NE1I As they walked slowly toward the more, she suggested that I cut an old 55 and 59 being dated the 3rd Florida deceased and ask to b* dischargedas

house, Mrs. Adams looked at this par one of hers down for me At first I day; of August, A. D. 1914, and certificate This such the Administratrix.18th day of August 1916.

sonage girl In frank curiosity and some laughed, and then I was insulted. Fairy 204 being dated the 5th day of ANGIE STERNBURO.
Administratrix of the estate of S. J. Stera-
(Copyright by the Bobbi-MerrUl Company.) dismay, which she strongly endeavoredto is three years younger than I, and October A. D. 1914, has filed the said burg deceawd. -U-6m !

_-_- conceal from the bright-eyed Pru before then she had got my handed- certificates in my office and has made '_ .
-- -
-'OO' dence. The Ladles had said It wouldbe downs. But now the tables were application for tax deed to issue in accordance -xovici: OF FINAL DISCHARGE
datt.it.. the
CHAPTER I. Father did run, but Prudence, fleeter- Sis months after this on
footed so nice to have a grown girl In the turned. From that time on Fairy's with law The said certificates 29th day of January. 1917. I will present to l
outdistanced him and clambered parsonage Prudence was nineteen clothes were cut down for me. I still respectively embrace the following the Honorable George A. Gardiner *s County "
Introducing Her. on board, panting. Judge of Bradford County. Florid. inc vouchers -
When she from all account, but she looked like a feel bitter about it. Fairy is dark, and lands in Bradford county, and final accounts as executor of the last
rejoined father
s'ose but the residents considert
child, and-well It was not will and testament of W. H. Rivers. deceased,
exactly dark blues are becoming to her. She Florida, assessed at the date of the
Mark Iowa much of town face was flushed. "Oh, father, she i and ask to be discharged u such executor.
a ,
grown-up to give thanks for a barn, handed down this dress-it was dark issuance of such certificates in the .
i This the fist day of July 1916.J.
said quite snappily "Isn't that like
the Just
of them
very most patriotic II to say the very least! Yet this girl blue then. But I was not wanting a names respectively hereinafter particularly E. FtnCH,
t has no word of praise for the ugly me? Executor of the last Will and T iU-nent of
I had full charge of four younger chll dark blue, and I thought it would be set forth, to-wit:
tie red C. B. & Q. railway station. "Yes, very like," he agreed, and he : W. H. Rivers decea&ed. 'i-26- mo.
dren and
was further burdened with less recognizable if I gave it a con- Certificate No. 55 embraces the S

nut Mark is anything but proud of smiled. the entire care of a minister-father! trasting color. I chose lavender. I half of NW quarter of NW quarterand NOTICE FOR Pl'BLICATION.Department .
i little station. At the same time Itlnly "And so this Is Mount Mark I Isn'tIt Well of the Interior. U S. Land Office '
well Mrs. Adams
sighed a dyed it four times, and this was the re- NE quarter of NW quarter, Sec.
does owe the railroad and thee a funny name, father? Why do they at Gainesville. Fla.. Dee. 30. 1916
little. 13, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E., 60 acres, assess- Notice is hereby given that Jofoph :Starling,
a debt of gratitude for Its pres- call It :Mount Mark? "You are tired," said Prudence sym- "Do the twins dress alike?" InquiredMrs. ed Unknown. of Lawtey Florida who on April 24. 1912.
"I don't know. I hadn't to made Homestead Entry. No. 01.SIX for El.
e there. It is the favorite social pathetically. "It's so hot walking, Adams, when she could control Certificate No. 59 embraces lot 27 of NE1. and NH of SE -4. Section 4. Township -

dezvous for the community The Inquire. We turn here, Prudence. Thisis isn't it? Let's sit on the porch until her voice. in Woodlawn, Sec. 16, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 6 S. Range 23 E. Tallahassee meridian.has .
Ival of a train In Mountk Main street. The city part of the filed notice of intention to make Three-
passenger you are nicely rested. "Yes-unfortunately for Connie. E., 10 acres, assessed Dr. Geo. H. year proof to establish claim to the lard above
Is an event-something In there town-the business part-is to the "This is a fine chance for us to get They do .it on purpose to escape the Payne. described before the Clerk Circuit Court. at
of a C. B. & Q. "at home and south. Starke, Florida. on the 16th da> of February.
acquainted, said the good woman with handed-downs Thy won't even have Certificate No. 204 embraces lot 43
f always attended by a large and en- "It's a pretty street, Isn't it?" she 1917.Claimant
eagerness. hair ribbons different. And the result : in East Lawtey, assessed Henry names as witnesses:
slastlc gathering of "our best cried. "Such nice big maples, and such Now, if the truth must be told, there is that poor Connie never gets one Moore. W. C. Ward of Stirke Florida.

pIe." AH that Is lacking are the shady, porchy houses. I love houses had been some ill-feeling In the Ladles' new thing except shoes. She says she Unless said certificates shall be redeemed C.. C.Sassee.Howard of of Starke Starke, Florida.Florida.F.

overbial "light refreshments !" with porches, don't you? Has the parsonage Aid society concerning the reception of cannot help thanking the Lord in her according to law, tax deed will Wm. G. Starr of Starke. Florida-
[So It happened that one sultry morn- a porcU""Yes Prudence. After the session of con- prayers that all of us outwear our issue thereon on the 15th day of January 1-5-ot Registrar.

,, late in the month of August, there a big one on the south and a shoes before we can outgrow them.- ; A. D. 1917.

i the usual flutter of excitement and tiny one In front. We have the house Connie is only nine. Fairy Is sixteen, Witness my official signature and MASTER'S SALE.

usion on the platform and in the fixed up pretty well. Prudence, but of and the twins are thirteen. They area seal< this the 14th day of December, A. Hereby notice is given that tinder and by

ting. room of the station. The ha- course you'll have to go over it yourself very clever lot of girls." D. 1916. virtue of that Certain final decree of foreclosure Judicial -
made by the Judge of the Eighth -
es were there In force. Consplcu- and arrange it as you like. I must "And what are you going to do?" inquired W. T. WEEKS, Circuit of Florida. in chancery sitting

among them were four gayly go to a trustees' meeting at two Mrs. Adams, looking with real Clerk Circuit Court. in the Circuit Court for Bradford County.
Florida. the 20th day of December. A. D.
1 young men, smoking cigarettes o'clock, but we can get a good deal affection at the bright sweet face. (Seal) 12-15-5t. 1916 in favor of The American Trust Company -

d gazing with lack-luster eyes upon done before then. Mrs. Adams Is coming "You ought to go to school. You're a corporation. administrator of the estate -
of G. F. Markillie.\ deceased as complainant -
to this afternoon. She
help "
animated scene, which evidently you Just a girl yourself. NOTICE. and against S. A. Douglass Alma Douglass -
them. is one of our Ladies, and very kind. "I don't want to go to school," Notice is hereby given that the regular an,. and J. H Scarborough as Mediants the

The Daily News reporter In a well- There, that Is the parsonage!1" laughed Prudence. "Not any more. I nual meeting of the shareholders of the Lawtey sale undersigned in front as of Special the court Master house 11IIlft'r\in Starke.for
State Bank will be held in its banking room I
sed, light gray suit and tan shoes, Prudence gazed in silence. .Many like It, Just taking care of father and in Lawtey. Fla., on Tuesday January 9, 1917. Florida. during the legal hours of sale on
with eyeglasses scientifically baled would not have considered it a beautiful the girls-with Fairy to keep me balanced at 3 o'clock p. m.. to elect a board of directonfor ; Monday. the 5th day of February A. D. 1917.
to the highest and best bidder for rash the
on his aquiline nose, was making dwelling, but to Prudence It was cp F 11'd1if I read, but I do not like to business the ensuing as may year.come and before transact them.such other following described property to-wit:

ted Inquiries into the private plans heavenly. Fortunately the wide, grassy,, study.-Xo, you'll have to get along H. C. PEACE ?aid land lying: and being in the county of
-r Bradford and the state of Florida, to-wit: The
the travelers. The young womang shaded lawn greeted one first. Great, with me Just the way I am, Mrs. Ad 12-22-3t Cashier west half of the northwest quarter i'f .section

to Burlington to spend the week- spreading maples bordered the street, ams. It's all I can do to keep things twenty-five (25V, of Township five 151 South
PUBLIC NOTICE. of nineteen (191 east. containing eighty
i was surrounded with about fifteen and clustering rosebushes lined the going now without spending half the Starke. Fla.. Council Chamber, Dee. 18. 1911 (SO range) acres. more or less

her young women who had come to walk leading up to the house. The par. time dreaming of big things to do In BE IT REMEMBERED that at a meeting of E. M. JO.J:>:S.
the Town Council of the Town of Starke Bradford
I Master.
her off." Mount Mark is a veryICCtable sonage, to Prudence's gratified eyes, \( I. the future." County. Florida. held in pursuance of JNO. C. COOPER *: SON. Special

town, be It understood, and looked homey, and big. and inviting. "Don't you have dreams?" gasped Ordinance Number 90 of the ordinances of said And A. V. LONG.

Is do not go to the station without There were many windows, and the Mrs. Adams. "Don't you have dreamsof Town. 1916 passed and on approved the thirteenth on November day of 15 November. 1916, Solicitors for Plaintiff. l-5-5t

excuse well-known lace curtains looked down the future? Girl's in books nowadays and duly promulgated thereafter in compliance

IA man In a black business suit stood upon Prudence tripping happily up the dream-" with The the Town provisions Council therein met in contained its regular: place Hereby notice MASTERS U given SALE.that under and by

one on the platform, his hands In little board walk-or so It seemed to -:: 7: "Yes, I dream," interrupted Prudence of meeting in said town at 7:30 o'clock p. m.. virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure
on the 18th day of December 1916. there being made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial -
his fromto "I dream lots-but it's mostly of
pockets, eyes wandering ..j
her."Two then and there present the following members Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting
another of the strange faces whole stories, and an attic be- ; ::;c -:::'. what Fairy and others will do when I of said council: In the Circuit Court for Bradford County.
cut him. His plain white ready-made sides Not to mention the bathroom! 'F I get them properly raised. You'll like J. W. Andrews. Jr.. S. A. Bryan D. C Florida. on the ?2nd day of November A. D. g ..
Jones E. S. Matthews. 1916, in favor of The American Trust Company _ _
proclaimed his calling. Oh, father, the night after you wrote the girls, Mrs. Adams, I know you will. Absent. J. W. White.At a corporation. administrator of the estate -

"It's the new Methodist minister," there was a bathroom, Constance They really are a gifted little bunch- which meeting certain proceedings wen of G. F. Markillie, deceased, as complain
thanked God for it when she said her had among which were the following. to-wit: ant. and against J. W. Nichols. Vicey N.chols _
me.I'm little Pru-
unteered the baggage master cross- except Just common Councilman Bryan presented a certain ordinance and Bradford County Bank. a corporation as 'Y
; the platform. "I know him. He's prayers. And a furnace, too And Jence of the Parsonage-but the others and after its being read by the clerkmoved defendants. the undersigned. a] Special tas-
bad electric lights Oh, we have waiteda !" And Prudence flung out her that the rules be suspended and the ter. will offer for sale in front of the court
; a
unanimous consent of all members present b<, house in Starke. Florida. during the lival hoursof
"They say he's got five kids, and long time for It, and we've been very bands dramatically. obtained to consider the ordinance as read sale on Monday. the 6th daY of February.
patient Indeed but between and without referring same-to the Committee o,I A. D. 1917. to the highest and best bidder for
st of 'em girls, responded the Ad- you
Laws and the described
Rules. Ordinances the said motion cash following prpprrtv to-wit:
3 express man. "I want to be on me, father, I am most mightily glad In the Barn of All Places. being seconded by Councilman Andrew Said land situated lying and being in the

nd when they get here, to pick out a we've hit the luxury land at last. I'm The chairman stated the motion and called county of Bradford and State of Florida tn-
for an "aye" and "nay" vote and the motionprevailed wit: The southeast quarter of the northeast
*..II sure we'll all feel much more religiousin ference, when Rev. Mr. Starr was assigned -
each of the said councilmen votin quarter of section fourteen (14). in Township
["Yah!1" mocked the telegraph opera- a parsonage that has a bathroomand to Mount Mark, the Ladies of Praise from the Pulpit "aye" in favor of the said motion. Thereupon five (5) South. of Range twenty '-0ast..

t, bobbing his head through the win- electric lights! Oh, father!" the church had felt great Interest in for Our New Serial Councilman be adopted Jones the aid moved motion that being the ordinance seconded and Also the the southeast south half quarter of the southea-t of the outhwe quarter.

bw, "you need to. They tell me everyIn He had thrown open the door, and the: man and his family. They by Councilman Bryan, and then and I quarter of Section thirty (30), Township five
Mount Mark has turned Prudence stood upon the threshold of on every hand, and learned several HiPrudence there put to a vote of "ays" and "nays." the ((51 South of Range: twenty-one (*1) n t.enntainintl'one .
you roll being failed, the said ordinance was unanimously hundred and sixty (ISO) icres. I
|wn a'ready." her new home. Together she and her eresting items. The mother had of adopted by the vote of all membersof more or less.

[But the Methodist minister gazing father went from room to room. up- taken: from the family five years before the council present each of the said members E. M. JOHNS.
voting "aye," there bring no votes "nay"each SIK.4is.1 Muter.INC. .
:pay down the track, where a thin stairs and down, moving a table to the after a long Illness, and Prudence, the Parsonage said vote i U recorded as follows: C. COOPER &: SON. .

il of smoke announced the coming left, a bed to the right-according to the; eldest daughter, had taken chargeof Ayes-J. W. Andrews. Jr., S. A. Bryan, D. And A. V. LONG I
Solicitors for Plaintiff. 1-5-St.
C. Jones E. S. Matthew's.
I No. 9 and Prudence-heard nothing her own good pleasure. Afterward the household. There were five chil 1aysone.
dren. So much known and Rev. Cameron J. Davi., Buffalo: W. White.
i they had a cozy luncheon for two In was beingwomen Absent-J.
the "dining room." they looked forward with PRUDENCE OF THE PAR- Ordinance No. II. MASTER'S SALE.
The said ordinance is in the following wordsand t Hereby notice is given that under and by
MOUNT-MARK I ."Oh, it Is so elegant to have a dinIng eager curiosity to the coming of Prudence SONAGE is a good story, well figures to-wit: virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure -

room," breathed Prudence happily."I the young mistress of the par. told, and clean. "An ordinance confirming the provisions and I made by the Judge of the Eighth; Judicial -
requirements of Ordinance Number 90 of the Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting
always pretended It was rather fun sonage. Rev. Boynton, D. D.. Chicago: Ordinances of Starke. Florida, passed on the in the Circuit Court for Bradford County. .
i and a great saving of work, to' eat and Mr. Starr had arrived at Mount Marka PRUDENCE OF TIlE PARSONAGE 13th day of November 1916. which providesfor ;I F'orida. on the 20th day of December A. D.
I' the construction of certain street improvempnta 19IB, in favor of A. J. Powers as complainant.
cook and study and live in one room, week ahead of his family. Prudenceand Is the picture of a in the Town of Starke. Florida and I and against H. B. Bennett. Jr.. Elnara lIent -

I but inwardly the Idea always outragedme. the other children had spent the winsome fun-loving for the assessment of a portion of the total t n.tt. Jacksonville Provision Company, a corP -
happy, ,
4 cost thereof against the property abutting and t < ration. McNerny Grocery C.ml'sn, a corporation
2. Is that the school over there? week visiting at the home of theiraunt unselfish girl. It is sweet. and fronting the said improvement." and Cress Manufacturing Company..

"Yes, that's where Connie will go. and Prudence had come on a day wholesome.Rev. WHEREAS the Town Council of the Townof t as defendants the undersignt a< Special
Starke. Florida did on the 13th day of November .. Mater will offer fo" ale in front of therouthue
- There is only one high school In Mount in advance of the others to "wind everything 1916. and in pursuance of the powersconferred I in Starke. Florida.Sjrjng the leralhours

Mark, so the twins will have to go to up," as she had expressed It. Bradley, Cleveland: by the Charter of said Town and the, of sale on Monday, the Vh ,ltT of Feb
PRUDENCE OF TIlE PARSONAGE general laws of the State of Florida relativethereto ruary, A. D. 1917 to the highest and best lid-
the other side of town-a long walk, But to return to the Ladies-the parsonage adopted an ordinance providing fOI jer for cash the following d..rib property

but In: good weather they can come girls always capitalized the Ladies is a sweet, happy, I the construction of certain street improvementsin I lo-wit:
home for dinner." of their father's church-"One of fine story of good people. the Town of Starke. Florida and the assessment Said land lying and being in the county of
of a portion of the total cost thereofagainst Bradford and State of Florida to-wit A onehalf -
I "Oh, that's a lovely place over there, us should go and help the dear child 1," Rev.J.C.B.Moyer,Johnstown, Pa. the property abutting and fronting the undivided interest in and to the north
-L Fa'd improvement the said ordinance being half of the northwest quarter of 0- southeast
father! exclaimed Prudence, looking said Mrs. Scott, the president of the
A charming story. of
section fourteen and
dt-signated as Ordinance Number 90 of the quarter (141' the southwest
ij ; It from! the living room windows toward Aids, when they assembled for their "twins" are certainly delightful ordinances of the Town of Starke: and quarter of the southwest quxrler of the
WHEREAS by the provisions of Section 9 I northwest quarter of Section twenty-six (26): .
the south. "Isn't it beautiful business meeting, "help her, and welcome and PRUDENCE model t
a of the said Ordinance Number 90. the TownClerk I Township five (151 South of Rmite t" entytwiI22i .
"Yes. The Avery family lives there. her, and advise her." In all the varied circumstances was instructed immediately upon the east containing thirty (If) acres, more jL

The parents are very old and feeble, "I was thinking of going over," said in which she is passage and approval thereof by the Town L 3T leSS.
E. M. JOHN'S.Special .
'[ 'uneil and Mayor respectively, to publishsaid
and the daughters are all-elderly- OUQ and another. and several others."Oh placed. ordinance once a week for four consrcutie Master.
and all schoolteachers. There'are four that will not do at all," said the | weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph A. V. LO G.Comllainant's.
Rev. R. S. MacGregor Ludington H published in the Town of Starkt'oBradford Solicitor. 1-5-It.
I( newspaper
of them and the is lortyslLDear
youngest president. "I think in a case like this Mich. county Florida. in order that the

me, It is two o'clock already, andI the president herself should representthe property owners or other persons interestedmiitht -
= PRUDENCE OF THE PARSONAGE I be afforded notice of the and -i-
must go at once. Mrs. Adams will society. Therefore, I will undertake Is a sweet story of requirements of the said ordinance and have .l'e '! + '!r !' ,,. !' -. > .-, ..} '., ,!. '.' .;.
be t here in a few minutes, and you will this duty for you." !ample opportunity to present objections again 1' .
domestic life, portraying a the enforcement of the requirements of the
not be lonely. But this called forth a storm of protest Christian home with Its joys I said ordinance which said objections by the t SEABOARD TIME TABLE.
But when Mrs. Adams arrived at thepazsonage and it became so clamorous that it I terms of the ordinance were to be submittedin r ,
she knocked repeatedly and and sorrows. ( writing to the Town Council on or before .*) Schedule ..
was unofficially decided to draw cuts changes 12:01: a. m. .
7 o'clock the ISth of
; :3n p. m., day December
hi vain. Finally she gathered her robes Which was done, and in consequenceof Rev. G. Dowey, Philadelphia: I' 1916 specifically and clearly setting forth the ?> December 31, 1916. Trains will ..

about her and went into the back yard. that drawing of cuts, Mrs. Adams '1 gladly recommend PRUDENCE I treason* any property owner or other personsintereUd run as follows: .;.
might have and desire to urge
She peered Into the woodshed and saw now sat on the front porch of the old OF THE PARSONAGE I against; th? enforcement of the provisions of .
no one. She went into the barn lot, gray parsonage, cheered by the knowledge as a good, clean humorous the sad ordinance. $ Jacksonville to Tampa. >
' WHEREAS, the said ordinance was published 5> No. 3----___________10:40 a. m. .
i'f and found it empty. In despair, she that every other Lady of the Aid story for the home. aforesaid in the Bradford County'felt 4 .
as No. .
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f? "Run Father Run!" ----_ _________11:14 p. m.v .
barn-and stopped the thereof being madeon
Into the -raph publication
plunged was envying her! .,
15 "Floridian"
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Rev. Mathew J. Hyndman, Philadelphia the 17th and 24th days of November 1916, 2:32 p. m.
if this conversation. He was not a abruptly. "Now, Just be real sociable and tell : and the 1st. 8th and 15th days of December, 4', I --

. Undsome man. His hair was gray at i In a shadowy corner was a slender me all about yourself, and the others, PRUDENCE OF TIlE PARSONAGE 1916; andvvHEKEXS .?* Jacksonville to Cedar Kt-y. .;, '

4tie temples, his face was earnest only figure kneeling beside an overturned too," urged Mrs. Adams. "I want to Is well written, and I I at the time and, the place said Town mentioned Council in the did ordinance meet- No. 21______________ .1:56 p. m. ..' i

j eyed from severity by the little clus- nailkeg, her face burled in her hands. know all about every one of you. Tellme has an interest quite its own. aforesaid for the purpose of consideringseparately Q, 4
this Prudence engagedin each and every protest that m ght Tampa to Jacksonville. '0'
i-- of lines and mouth'jhleb Evidently everything.
at his
proclaimed that eyes he laughed prayer-and In the barn, of all places "There isn't much to tell," said Prudence Rev. D. i:.Weigle, Philadelphia: be the properly provisions filed and against requirements the enforcement of the said of 4 No. 4_______________ 3:37 p. m. .'
: .
world PRUDENCE OF TIlE PARSONAGE i ordinance but no person appeared or presentedany $ No. 2_______________ 5:20 a. m. ..
I'Jten and with relish. I I in the smiling. "There are five of us; objections against the enforcement there- 4 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. (., -
ITraIn going east 1" "A-a-a-hem stammered I am the oldest-I am nineteen. Then is a beautiful story, of: ';,

|.The minister stood back from the Adams inquiringly. comes Fairy, then the twins, and thenthe intensely interesting and exceptionally Town:NOYV.Council THEREFORE.of the Town Be it of ordained Starke by in the the 4 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. ,

,n1rd, but when the train came pound- "Amen !" This was spoken'aloudand baby." clean. State of Florida: No. 20______________ 9:27 a. m. (0'

;%, ln a brightness leaped into his hurriedly, and Prudence leaped "Are the twins boys, or a boy and a Rev.Carl H. Gramm Reading, Pa. the Section ordinances 1. That of the Ordinance Town of Starke.Number Florida.90 of '. 11

1- A slender girl stood in the vesti- to her feet. Her fair hair clung about girl?" PRUDENCE OF THE PARSONAGE passed on the 13th day of November. 1916 by ( Starke and Wannee. 4q
babyish tendrifc, and Council of the Town of Starke. and (Daily Except Sunday) 4 '.
.1I1e\ waving wildly at him a small her face in damp, "Neither, said Prudence, "they are interestingand the Town
Is"ery the
by S
November 15th. mayor -
approved on No. 101 Leaves Starke
her face flushed and dust, but a. m. \ '
ted hacd. When the train stopped was both girls. helpful. The story Is well of the sad Town. be. and the same IS hereby No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 ,
fc leaped alight with friendly interest. Sh? ran "More !" Mrs. Adams."And conllrmed. p. m.
: lightly from the steps. girls gasped told and makes wholesome Section 2. That the Clerk is hereby insliroctrd .;.
[ Father!" she cried and forward eagerly, thrusting forth i slim the baby?" BradfordCounty .
excitedly, reading. to publish this ordinance in th. T. J. GRIFFIN, ';) _
zI1l" and slight as she was, she el- and grimy hand. "She is a girl, too." And Prudencelaughed. Telegraph a newspaper publishedweekly 0 Agent. .

i ied her way swiftly through the "You are Mrs. Adams, aren't yon? I "In short, we are all girls Don't Fail to Read It! manner in and the for Town the of timers Starke.is Florida customary, in such in I' .

.t': [ crowd. "011. father!" And she am Prudence Starr. It is so kiid oyou except father. lie couldn't be, of The promulgation of the ordinances of the laidef . + t i. .,,

I arms about him Joyously, un13fetdous to come the very first day,". she course-or I suppose he would, for our Town.Section 3. TITs ordinance shall go into -I-

: of admiring eyes. Her father cried. "It makes me love you right. at family does seem to run to girls." \ feet immediately upon its passage and approval -

:cher" warmly. "Where Is your the start." "Prudence Is a very nice name for You Need General Toni Town demanding by the !Mayor it. the best interest of the Mow To Give Quinine To Children.

.J re?" he asked, a hand held out "Ye-yes, I: an Mrs. Adams." Urs a minister's daughter," said Mrs. Ad. Whenever Take Grove's Passed on thia the 18th day of December.tciie FEBRILINE Is trade-mark name given to alS

:",relieve her. Adams was embarrassed. She ciuld ims suggestively. Tastelesschill MATTHEWS.Attest improved Quinine. It is a Tua.lf'u Syrup pleasant
The Old Standard Grove's E. S. to take and doe not du.urb the
,; 'Here I" And with a radiant'smIle not banish from her mental vision that "Yes-for some ministers' daughters Tonic is equally valuable as a Chairman of Councila'A. Children take it and never know it ft stomach.Quinine. t -

; thrust upon him a box of candy kneeling figure by the nailkeg. Interrogation ," assented Prudence. "But is sadly General Tonic because k contains the : nrrcs tike Also ordinary especially Quinine.adapted Does to adults not eiii who
., |* taudy-covered magazine. was written all over tier unsuitable for me." veil known tonic properties "IN E Town Clerk. cause nervousness nor ringing: in the head. Try

0111' suitcase," he explained ample face, and Prudence prom jtly. Mrs. Adams looked critically at this and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive Appro\ed this 11'h da, of December 1916. 1 it the Best time you need Quinine for any pur-
pa.father the Blood and JOE HILL WILLIAMS. pose. Ask for 2 ounce opg-nal!: piciage. TI'
read it and hastened to reply. young daughter of the parsonage. out Malaria, Enriches 12225t. Major, Town of Starke. FU. 'saeFEB&1L1'Eisbluwniahottc.: 25 Ceotti.
SO .
: eez'tsa --- -
r *he gasped. "Run, "I do not generally say my ) 3'rhen her eyes wandered down to her Builds up the Whole System ,-- C- .

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ler, and daughter, Miss Lou Amanda, Banker, Mrs. Mary Bugg. I club and one of its most enthusiastic POETRY OF HARDSHIPS OX ;

visited relatives in Brooker last Sat Attendant, Mrs. Hester Griffin. workers. It was ,a Well chosen time THE
_ r11,7: : : urday. Adviser, Mrs. Julia Johns. I when her daughtas were all visiting BO Wlm. j j

:Miss: Ethel Roberts, of LaCrosse, Inner Sentinel, Mrs. Mamie Reddish. her in her typical! Southern mansion

was a week-end guest of Miss Mary Outer Sentinel, Mrs. Delaney Gei- home, and they were enjoyabjy welcomed The \
: Collins. on the program. Miss Louie following poem, written by t,

County News Items Dr. L. L. Lamb and E. L. Crosby ger.Assistant Attendant, Mrs. Daisy Mc Belle Brown gave several humorous member border of the National Guard on thi
; visited the state capital last Mondayand Cain. readings that wire encored to the was to the Tamp

Tuesday, and attended the inauguration Third :Manager, Mrs. Beulah Hunt. echo. After the splendid program the Tribune by its special correspondent.'

ceremonies of Mr. Catts. Musician, Mrs. Lula Futch. hostess served a dainty lap luncheonas The poem is entitled "Christmas Carol.

I j Itirudag fact Gathered During the Week by Our Dr. John Noble and family, of Jacksonville Physician, Dr. W. E. Middleton.The only she can prepare. The large of a National Guardsman." i

; f Regular Correspondents. \ were visiting friends in installation ceremony will be number of guests went home declaring I'm sitting here a'thinking of th

Brooker last week. held in the.hall Friday at 2:30 p. m., it to be the best time they had enjoyed things I left behind. <

.a .__ _ Mrs. H. L. Lewis and children left Panuary 5, 1917. for many a day. Mrs. J. C. Ad And 'd hate to put on what'running
4 :JI ii will be rendered kins of Starke assisted paper
last Friday for Orange Heights, where The following program Mrs. Edwardsand through mind.
they will visit relatives for severalda's. at the High School building on Mrs. Barrett, the hostesses. We've dug a mile of trenches my
before Christmasand and have
UTTLESPRINGS. on Saturday night Friday afternoon of this week: cleared
event. the miles of .
arranged for the pleasant I I I After spending the Christn-as holidays Recitation, Mildred Seals. LAKE BUTLER. If there's ground <
The in the spacious a meaner place this side
tree was placed Maxwell. oi
with relatives at Orange Heights Reading, Maggie
of the Waters' home and after Hell, I'm sure it's still unfound
Christmas off quietlyin parlor
passed very and Debate-Resolved That more pleasure -
Prof. N. G. Hall! returned Monday ,
the . .. There's but
one consolation
this and each the present had been placed on so gathe
our community year, resumed his duties as principal 01 me .is derived from giving than re- The school opened
again Tuesday close
one appeared to have enjoyed the holidays tree, Old Santa took charge and distributed school. while I tell-
Brooker ceiving. after two weeks'vacation
which with a large When we die we're
thoroughly. Here's hoping for the presents, were bound for Heaven
this Affirmative Ethel Hunt Vardey
Everyone''! Miss Loca Johnson returned to enrollment. The teachers as well as I for we've
beautiful. dorp
yt many more happy Christmases. numerous and the fullest and place Monday, after spending a week Wall, Madge Middleton. pupils seem full of new life and well our hitch in HeUWe've
themselves to
There was a good Sunday school at enjoyed Eunice Saxon
Raiford. Negative Griffin, -
I with her aunt at -Percy equipped for good work.
Sardis church last Sunday morning, hope for a recurrence of the event. built a hundred kitchens fo,
: in
Among those who had business Cecil Hall. Miss Carter, of
Nashville Tenn.
c--; and a fine prayer meeting service on Rev. B. F. Mason, of Gainesville, Messrs.G. School Alva Saxon and cooks to stew our beans;
audienceat the county site :Monday were High paper, and Prof. Cecil Stinson, of Panama We've
to appreciative stood thousand
Sunday night. Everybody cordially preached an W. and A. A. Hazen, Rand Crews, Willie Maxwell. City have a guard mounts,
accepted in
come and take in these Fort Call last Sunday. His subjectwas positions our and cleaned the
4 invited to part and camp latrines
handled his Grover Barry, L. T. Shaw and J. M. Pious Duet-Beryl Mullady High School. ;
:J services next Sunday. Remember the "Sanctification. He Maxwell. We've washed a million dishes and
that he thoroughly uroover. Maggie Misses Louise Saunders, of Ocala,
time: Sunday school at 10:25 a. m. subject in a way showing it. Mr. A. B. Shaw and family, of Question box-Maggie :Maxwell and and Marguerite Cobb, of Brcoksville, pared a million spuds,
and prayer meeting at 7:10 p. m. understood visitors in Brooker Newsom Witt.EssayE'el'n. We've rolled a million blanket rolls
Worthington, were
is teaching the two of our efficient teachers, have resumed -
Thomas who
Ye humble scribe thinks that the Algar afternoon.Mr. Seals. and washed a million duds.

.. Telegraph certainly should be Christmas congratulated fowling his school,, Mr.spent and the Mrs.holidayswith Roland Sunday. T. B. Pinholster was in Starke Mr. Gunn, of Gainesville, represen- Prof.their S. A.positions Draper in and the Messrs.school.P. The number of parades we've had

for the magnificent parents Monday and Tuesday to begin his duties tative of the Singer Sewing MachineCo. M. Padgett, R.E. Dell and Wm. Over- would sure be hard to tell-
edition that we were treated to.HEllBRONN. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thomas, of New as a member of the board of pub ., spent a part of Tuesday and Wednesday street went over to Starke Monday on But-Wel'l not parade in Heaven the

with Mr. lic instruction. here in the interest of his com business. way we did in Hell.We''e .
River the holidays
; Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Misses Edna Baxter and Lubedia pany. Miss Edna Epperson spent the weekend
Thomas. Pinholster returned home Tuesday, after Rev. John Mullady left Sunday evening with her friend, Mrs. Brownlee.Mr. killed a thousand rattlesnake
week's visit with relatives in for Tallahassee to be present at that tried to steal
John Gordon, of Raiford visited Al- a Willie Wainwright, of Starke,, our ,
; Our school opened again Tuesday Gov. J. And shook million
the of
I South Georgia. inauguration Sidney in a centipedes from
Thomas during the holidays. was our burg Monday.
: with a fair attendance and prospects gar Mr. Eury Knight, of Raiford is at Catts. out our army socks.
Miss Nellie
Frank Osteen, of Providence, was Wilson, of Columbia, is
bright for another month of successful the bedside of his sister Mrs. HenryS We've marched thousand
in our community on business one day visiting her friends, Miss Georgia Ep. a miles or
: work. e, who has been quite ill for several more and made a thousand
last week.L. ,
B. F. Johnson and family made a weeks. LAWTEY.Mrs. person.
: to'the S..ate Farm last Friday, A. Duncan and family and Mr. Miss Katharine Epperson visited camps
; trip Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, And pulled ten million cactus
and Mrs. Parrish, of Lake Butler, visited Miss Iris Epperson in Starke last thorns
returning on Saturday. Inez, Mrs. Tom Osteen, and Mrs. Le- ,from out service
I Mrs. Daisy Hudson, of Wildwood, is H. S. Miller and family during the Roy Osteen spent last Monday in LaCrosse M. M. Fryer, of Starke, was a week and had a most pleasant time. And when our mission our here pants.
spending this week with relatives here. holidays. guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Messrs. Douglass and Knight are is done oi
c with relatives.Mr. .
M. Norman, L. Murray Thomas and sister, Miss A. Smith and handsome friends will 'wish us well-
Messrs. Levy and F. last Thursday Friday.Mr. having a building erected
E. Ward left for
J. Tuesday But
Lulu visited Lake Butler one day last all the wishes in the world won'hide
Misses Lot Earl Whitten Raiford 'that will be
L. and Leon Conner and ; Cedar Key where he has accepted a was_ a soon filled to overflowingwith this
tie and Lizzie Norman, Reba Conner, week. position at big lumber milL visitor to Lawtey the first part of the all up-to-date groceries.Mr. patch of Hell.

I of Vanderbilt, attended the sing here Mrs. E. B. Bielling visited at Lake :Mr. H. S.a Warren made hurried week. R. S. Rimes is building a large final
a And
; Sunday afternoon. Butler last week. business trip to Lake City last Fri Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of St. modern garage that will soon be ready when the "taps" is heard
Mr. Cal C. Cowart transacted business J. B. Crawford, of Jacksonville, visited George, Ga., are guests of relatives in for use. and we lay aside life's care, :
week. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. day.Mr. And we "Forward march" the final
of this
: here Tuesday J. A. Abbott visited Plant City Lawtey this week. Miss Thelraa :Moore, of Jacksonville,
4 :Mr. Robt. C. Cone, the efficient bar Crawford, during the Christmas holi and other South Florida points last Dr. and Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville who has been visiting at the home of time up shining i golden stairs,

ber of Starke, with his family visited days. week. were guests of Mrs. M. E. Edwards her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Law And angels bid welcome, and harps

:- relatives here the first of this week. Prof. and Mrs. W. B. Feagle, of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown and.Miss the first part of the week. rence Moore, has returned home. begin to play, :

Hon. Jno. P. Sapp, of Sapp Station, Fort White, are visiting Mrs. .Feagle'sparents Eunice Hazen returned last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Walrath and Misses Emma Futch and Miss Merchant And we draw a roillion canteen checks

made a business call here the latter Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples.J. night, after a week's tour of South three children, of Bryceville are the spent several days with Mrs. S. and spend th
part of last week. L. Brown and father, I. Brown, Florida in Mr. Brown's Chevrolet touring guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Davis ; M. Rivers last we k. 'Tis then we'll hear St. Peter tell us

Nr. Freeman C. Hodges and family, made a business trip to Worthington this week. Mrs. Sara Douglass visited her par- loudly with a yell-

: of St. George, Ga., spent the week-end Saturday.D. Miss car.Olga Ward spent last Saturdayand Messrs. Enoch Griffis and G. T. ents at Dukes on New Year's. "A front seat here in Heaven, boys I;

: with friends and. relatives at this and.Brody L. Clyatt Mizell and spent family the, with Christmas Othoe Sunday in lake Butler, the guestof Pearce were visitors to Starke Tues- Misses Thelma Schell, Elvie Fowler you've dOle; tour hitch in HelL

place. and Carl Alderman returned to Lake
Miss LouAmanda Pinholster. day.Mrs.
An all-day singing and dinner at holidays. at Winter Garden visitingMrs. Messrs. G. B. Colson and H. P. Gain- I Nellie Simmons of Fart Meade, 'City Tuesday to finish their course of BANK: REPORT.
Clyatt's parents. They report a
Union church and a wild mulebreaking is spending a few weeks at the home of :study at Columbia .
1 ey were transacting business in in College.Sidney Report of the condition
fine time. They made the trip in Mr.Clyatt's of the Bank off
at Mr. Dink Green's were the attractions her
Jacksonville last Wednesday.We parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Pee Padgett and Lowell Hodges
Starke at Starke. in the
Ford. state of Florida. it[
both well attended
Sunday, .
: and seemingly enjoyed by those Geo. Miller, son of Mr. and :Mrs. H. regret to learn that Mr. Harvey ples.Mrs. 1 have returned to Gainesville to finish the close of businesc IVcember 30, 1916.
S. Miller, who has been attending college Searson and family, who have made Geo. F. Scott, of Arcadia, was 1 their school at the University.A Knvfttn

present. foot next Friday at Sutherland, spent the Christ Brooker their home for the past year, visiting friends in Lawtey Sunday. large crowd of :young folks gathered Bilk receivable _. ____ $58,89051
2 He anticipate a race Mrs. Scott was a resident of Lawtey at the home M .
between Miss Dora mas holidays with his parents. will move to Tampa this week. They 4 of Mrs. Wm. Overdrafts __-____ 284JJ
afternoon will be greatly missed as they addedso for several years, and her many .Johnson New Year's night and gave State,
Johnson with sprained ankle and Albert Miller visited at the home of : county and municipal bonds_ 4.000.10
t a much friends are always glad to welcome I i musical serenade for the benefit of
to town and
? Mrs. Maggie Hainwright, who is suffering L. A. Duncan, of Lake Butler, Christ- our community. Banking house furniture and fixtures 8,466-17
nail 'mas week. Messrs. T. P. Ward and son, Carl her.Messrs. I ]Dr. W. H. Lee and bride, who are very Other real estate __ _______ 200.M
of -
the effects
from a piercing T. J. Terry and J. II. Moore !
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes attendedthe and W. E. Baxter, left Sunday for I popular people in this section. The Due from private bint and bankers 10666.51
her foot.
Christmas tree at Bland, Alachua Kingsland, Ga., after spending the hol- were transacting business before the I poung folks were invited into the din- Checks and exchanpts Tor clearing.. 1,602 ti
idays with relatives here. county school board Tuesday. i ng room, which was tastefully'decoated -
county.H. Cash on hand ___ ________ 2.143.W
WOODLAWN PARK C. Peeples and family visited relatives Miss Marguerite Shriver returned to Rev. Galloway, of the M. E. church, ,; r and the table well loaded with County warrants --__,__________ 721.17
at Wateroak during Christmas-. Lake City last Tuesday to reenter South, preached his first sermon here j 11 j'ruit, punchfcnd all kinds of dainties

Virgie Thomas, who is teaching the school. She was accompanied by her 1st Sunday to quite a large and inter- t;o suit the appetite of everyone.Mrs. Total ---
------------- $87.064 HIiabilitiei
Mr. Jerry Witcher, who has been Five Mile school, spent Christmas with mother and brother, J. L. They made ested congregation, both morning and J. E. Maines and sons, J. E. and --------- .

spending the last two years in the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tho- the trip by auto and returned Wed evening. Hal, have returned from Perry where I Capital stock paid m ___$15,000. j
Mr. C. Y. of -------- If
North, returned home Monday from mas. nesday. Mayor, Pollard, Ala., t hey have had a most pleasant visit :Surplus fund -___. .,__._________ 3.00I.M|
has friends Mss Ollie Brooker. of LaCrosse. is and Mr. H. W. Holland, of Milton, were with her brother, Dr. Will York.
Trenton, N. J. Jerry many Eugene Douglass, of Ellisville, Columbia I Undivided profits ({OKS expenses and
: his spinding this week in Brooker visiting the guests of Miss Ava Lee Moore the Rev. W. H. Coleman preached two
1 here who will- welcome return.I county, has bought from his week. taxes paid) ----_ ______ 73S;
-' '- i Messrs. A. A. Stokes and C. S. Ad- brother the farm known as the Hunt relatives. past interesting sermons last Sunday morn- Individual deposits subject to check

dison, of Lawtey, were out here on place. Mr. Douglass has moved to his Miss Verlie Parker, of LaCrosse, is Messrs. V. visitors R. Reddish and E. E. ing and eiening. Rev. and Mrs. Cole- Time certificates of:: di>oKit ________ 15,037J 51,8934!

i business Monday. new home at Leslie. a guest of her aunt, Mrs. P. M. Bare Burney were to Jacksonville man lived in Lake Butler for several Cashier's checks outstanding ___... 2,060.M
Mr. Brooks Shipman, of Starke, was Mr. Moran, of Manatee, visited his foot.Miss Tuesday.Mrs. months bat moved back to their homein

,& l transacting business here Tuesday. grandfather, Capt. A. C. Werts, last Lilly Crosby returned to the. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Ocala en account of taking care of Total ------..--..... __$87.OGi.U
I was of her -----
p r Messrs. A. Greene and G. W. Greene week. Capt. Werts has been confinedto Sampson City Monday, after spending guest Sunday mother, their property. They are worthy peo- State of Florida. County of Bradford. p.
Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Col. IS:
1 L L were transacting business in Starke his bed for quite a while, but we the holidays with her parents here. ple and tieir Christian work has been I, T. IL HalliVo'n. Cashier of the alK
Misses Minnie and and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, were missed, since we only have Rev. Cole. tee
t I Saturday. learn that he is much improved. His Delphia Norris, named bank. do solemnly swear that the
Misses Debbie Phillips, and Julia many friends hope to see him able to of LaCrosse, visited friends here this visitors to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. man for fourth Sunday of each month., statement is true ti ithc abot
> best of
0 Hudson, accompanied by Mr. 0. J. be out again soon. .week. John Roberts, of St. George, Ga. He has been preaching two years and and belief. : t. H. my knowltiit

: Phillips. were visitors to the State He are sorry to hear that J. L. is spending a few days here at the was called last Sunday night for another ; IULLIGAN.
home of his father, Mr. E. R. Roberts.Mr. Caalt:.
Prison afternoon. 'ear.
Sunday Brown and Leon Thomas )
4 Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of the i ;sick list. Me understand that are Mr.on Thomas the. : Jerry Wicher, who has been located Mr. Earl Whitten, of Raiford,I wasa day Subscribed of January.and 197.sworn to before me this 3r4
at Philadelphia, Pa., for the visitor here A. S. CREWS,
Wateroak section, were visitors here has contracted a case of measles Tuesday. CORRECT
c Monday. but we hope to see both of them out ina All the Virtues year, returned to his home near here Messri Charles and Leman Rivers -E.ATTEST S. MATTHEWS: Notary Putfc..

., J Elder D. L. Phillips and son, 0. J. few days. Monday.The were visitors to Hampton Sunday.Mrs. A.M.

,. I' Phillips, were transacting business in Mr. and Mrs. Butler Hendrix are Range ThemselvesOn new two-story brick building V. M. Johnson and little Wil- DARBY.
A. H.
Starke Monday. happy over the arrival of a fine girl just west of the postoffice which has lamae, spent Sriday and Saturday in FREEMAN Directors.. .:

Mrs. J. M. Hudson, of Wildwood, baby. Both mother and child are doing been in the process of erection for the ,, Starke. -
who has been visiting here, is now well. the Side of past few weeks, for Mr. Enoch Grif Mrs. 7. E. Waldrup left for Tallahassee BASK REPORT. :

visiting in the Wateroak section this Little Reba Pinkston, of near Worthington fis, will be completed soon. The masons londay to attend the county Riport of the condition of the Bradford

tt wek. spent the week-end with her PRUDENCEHAMPTON. and carpenters have completed their agents ueeting.ForFather. County Rank at Surf.,. in the state of Flo'i/ .

-- Mr. S. II. Thompson was called to cousin, Carrie Belle Brown. part of the work, and it is now in the at the close of bunm-M: Dtcember 3t!. K:

the bedside of his brother, who is very W. F. Werts, of Tyson, S. C., visitedhi. hands of the painter. The first floor ResOurces _!
ill at St. George Ga. Monday. will be occupied by Jackson & Godwin Loans on real estate' __
uncle, Capt. A. C. Werts. last week. f and Son -------- --- $77,5JO.W
: Miss Katie Thompson was shopping Mr. Werts speaks very highly of this general merchants, and the second Loans on collateral security other (

in Lawtey Monday_ afternoon.Fkler .... "*,' *"_ I floor is divided into four rooms and than real estate --__________ luau. ]
and Mrs. D. 1-'. Phillips attended Miss Nellie Wilson, of Columbia will be used for offices. The telephone riio PICTURES All other loans ana discounts .._-. 65,1'IW j

1 the inauguration o' the county Ctv. is visiting her grandfather, Capt. Mr. R. exchange will have one. Overdrafts __--__. ____-.____ KiiiJ I
officers at Starke Tuesday. Werts.M. E. McColsky, of Hague, accompanied Uncle Jeff Surtain an old colored- 360 ARTICLES State. county and municipal bonds.. 2,036,61

'- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Muse attendedthe H. Douglass and family spentth by his wife, son and daughter man, who lives about two miles east of Banking house furniture and fixtares 21.H1M

Union meeting at Highland Sun-, '.roek-cr-d. with :Mr.: and Mrs. J.W. spent hare.a part of the week with relatives ..1 Lawtey near the Kingsley lake road EACH MONTH Other real estate ;._"________ 6, 6U'

dav. Billing.Prof. C. J. Weeks reports an experience which occurred ON ALL NEWS STANDS Claims and other resources __.____- %6.041.,11Due
and wife
:Mr. R. 11. Green was transacting X. W. Hall, principal of our ville, visited relatives of Jackson last Saturday while hunting with some from incorporated banka _____ 69f 60.M ;

business in Lnwtey Honda". rhoH, rrturned Monday, after spendir during the week. and friends here other parties. There were several dogs Checks and exchange for clearing.. 10,00111,1

: Mr. B. M. Bryan J. B./ BrcwriI i ::: the holidays with relatives at Tif- Miss Emma Futch with the party, one being a bull dog. Other cash itema ..--_.______._._ lQ.3t

r were visiting to Raiford Tuesday.;: LcCa.. at Seminole who is teaching The dogs found a rattlesnake-and the 4 Cash on hand -.._._________ 11,000.21,
f I Mr. Dewey Greene visited: relatives Miss Kate Douglass, our assistant her spent the holidays with bull dog went in for a fight to the

t! I at Raiford Saturday and Sunday.Mr. :. teacher, spent the holidays in Jack- this parents place, Mr., and Mrs.to W.her S. Futchat finish. In a few minutes both the dog POPULARkIECIIANICS Total ---______-------S:95.S1J.H:

*Jjf Felix Sapp, of Ralf0r.'Isd: -prrrille visiting relatives, returning' Wednesday. She returning work and snake were dead within a few feet Liabilities .1

::{ relatives and friends here Sunday. I&nday. Miss Merchant who was is accompanied by of each other. Uncle Jeff said this Capital stock paid in ------.---___ 25io1.

\(1 All are invited to meet at the Wood. D. W. Carver and J. M. Fralick pass- at Seminole., assistant teacher was his first experience of this kind MAGAZINE Surplus fund ----- -------__ 10/1

:i' lawn Baptist church next Sunday afternoon ed through here Monday, enroute to Among the visitors here and it was exciting while it lasted. Undivided profits I Ic-ky expenses and \

ii for the purpose of organizing D"es.T. .. ing the holidays many dur- The rattlesnake was a very large one WtfTCT SO YOU CAN taxes paid .. -____________ 3.738.31J
Col. T.
were, G. Futch : UNDERSTAND IT
and had
31 a Sunday school. H. Waters, B. E. Brown and E. and wife of 18 rattles and a bu ton. Individual deposits subject to cheek_160,020.45
A man driving in the country came II. Douglass made business Leesburg, Prof. H. New Year's day was observed in Al the Great Events in Mechanic Time
t a trip to Wiggins and family, of B'I Eofeering and Invention throughout certificates of deposit ___ 6,825.09
to a stone which had rolled into the Starke Monday. Tampa; Lawtey by a large number of its lead- Torld Cashitr's checks
Ina Alderman and Mr. Chas the are described in an interest. .outstanding ._____ 7U(
road. He could have gone around the Seebron and William Dukes and Ed. ake Butler, and J. W. Hilton Rivers of I ing citizens. The Rev. T. B. Lawrence inc manner a* they occur. 3.000.000 Savings deposits .,__________.____ 91,158.49'','
instead of that he Bron- and wife with Miss rean month. 9thai
but Thomas
J stone, doing made a flying trip to Lake son; Margaret of Law i -
and out and rolled the last tey, and :Miss Bertha NMlt 2puses eath Ian telliMur -
stopped got City week. The fifth Sunday May Lawrence, an b.IL&M.UOdotlllqola l Total --_ ___ ::<) &,
stone away: not for his own sake, for I school meeting and Sunday one of the leading teachers in Jack- th -bop,ad how to Bike reptln it bom. State of Florida. County of Bradford- aT

he never expected to pass along that I convention _at the Baptist sonville, enjoyed a fine dinner at the ::4 AoBrUt JteSSHS! I. J. H. Rjtch., cashier of the above-named
1. road again, but for the sake of others I BROOKER. was well attended and a good palatial residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. tpol*aDd P'.r. L.T.)7conitnxtiTo; trill bank. do solemnly swear that the
I was enjoyed. Among the visitors D. ; bolld statement
who would come after him. Randall. Mr. and Mrs. totio boat*motorcycle wirelw*.etoIM .
Randall U
were Rev. L. A. Rawls of to the test of my knowledge andbelief.
Lake have S IIJ.ZT$5,000flWHAI1kS .
"That the Farm and recently
man, says returned from .
Butler Rev. B. a trip ... J. H.
... Cashier.
; Moseley, of Melrose through ) .b.p. s-.tf Mt evroAtaii
Fireside, which told the .story, "re- Miss Mary Collins Canada and the Northeastern ....... .
last *
,, spent Thurs. ; Rev.' G. W. Riles and .Mid 11M fir a rW>--. Subscribed and sworn to before me this jat
to a high high test of day in LaCrossee family, of states. Mr. Howard Randall 4J, ?0M lit wmViMM H UM foMuMn.
sponded very the guest of Miss I Hawthorne; Rev. ad Mrs. E. M. Hen Louise and wife c..-..tt MKtuml Boot.Im MV IWMCMCCHANIC day of January lJ7 A. S. CREWS, ,
civilization. He felt socially. Savages Viola Roberts.Mr. were also dinner
do not make roads; their paths Joe Truby and mother, of Starke! Miss derson Henderson of Waldo;of Miss Lynne Henderson Misses; Mrs.Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter, Mr POPULAIt I N.... ......... .aes.s* MACAZINCj .cw-.. I N. T. BITCH.: Notary Pubfo.

follow the lines of least resistance ando were visitors in Brooker last Friday. Merchant and ; Anna Brown Barrett, of Ocala -
around obstructions. Cvilizied man Dr. and Mrs. Middleton of Hamo- Thompnson and E. E. entertained the Lawtey Womans W. WEEKS,
Stokes of
Campville Rev. and .... N.cla.llle. '
is road maker- and the progressiveness ton ; Mrs. Tuesday evening at the elfer. *. tnmlamu F. H.
a spent Friday here, guests of Mr. N. T. King, of Starke; and the Pastor Mrs. new club house d.s. 0* bIAS I* "ctmtUmg off.r." anjnuA LONG Directors.
S of a community may be gauged and Mrs. G. B. Colson. Rev. H. E. Ridenour, of Gainesville. Edwards is vice president of the ,*.totidtn tt.. : bv its roads. The higher the state of Mr. Julian Collins was in Alachua The friends ,
civilization the better the roads.A many of Thomas King,
several last
days week having dental I
son of Rev N. T. of -
King, Starke
man may be judged, too, by his work done. tend ex -

I attitude toward roads. Mrs. Dave Dukes and mother, Mrs., just reached congratulations, as the news has
us that he has
I Miss Julia Hudson, of Wildwood. is taken to
I Stephens, of Alachua, visited relatives I himself wife.
- 1' visiting relatives and friends in the here last week and returned home Sat Prof. a HULL'S
Wateroak. section this week. urday. Gainesville Barnett Adams and wife, of DEPARTMENT STORE

Mr. J. S. Norman transacting were shaking hands with
; was Messrs. Claude Crosby, Eldon Baxter friends here
: business in Lawtey Tuesday. I Ii John Shaw and L. Morgan visited I I We Manday.to
I regret chronicle
Mrs. J. M. Hudson shopping in the death of
was Lake
- i Butler Jast Thursday. We '
Elijah Jones buy in
I Starke Monday. Mr. H. R. Brown which occurred Tuesday exchange Corn Sweet Potatoes' Eggs chickens
was looking after night. Mr. Jones has and other Protftice.
: : f Mr. J. S. Norman attended the union business interests in Waldo and Earle- paralyzed We sell Groceries
for time Hardware
. ; I of Baptist churches at Graham on ton last Friday.Mr. sufferer some but has been a patient Crockery and Glassware, Furniture Shoes Hats Oils
through it all. The Paints ,
" ?- j I Friday and Saturday. I :E. S. Dew, of Dade City, was thy of the entire community goes sympa out 1 I Gasoline, Feeds, Fertil ers, Limerick. We buy Phosli.n. in solid ,
acquaintances in BrookerI car
i to the bereft ones. lots and
'; ', MILLER. I last Saturday and Sunday. He made At the regular meeting of Fielding are prepared to ""I1 low"prices.1 We give good measure and an honest
trip an Overland touring car Grove No. 70 weight to all
Woodman Circle
Friday Yours for
: t and returned to Dade City Monday. afternoon, Dec. 29 the the Square Deal
; following officer -
One of the most enjoyable events of Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Johns, Miss Julia I were elected for the

, the season was a family Christmas Anderson and Durant Lamb motored Past Guardian Mrs. ensuing year:
; .- tree given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. up to Raiford Saturday and visited j Noli* Middle-

If T. H. Walrfs. A fer of the young proPoftheutht:1- the State Prison Farm while there. ton.Guardian, Mrs. Nora Saxon. NEWELL B. HULL

Mr. D. W. Pinholster--- of-Lake But- Clerk, Mrs. Annie Harper. .





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