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 12, 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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:- Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Sis Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

;'.... VOLUME 38. -i STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917. r NUMBER 28.

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SPRINGS Grading of Walnut Street Be- Von Mackensen's Army Still

gan Tuesdav Morning. Advancing in Moldavia.

i It seems as though the work of pav- The battle in northwest Russia in

f OF ORGANIZATION ng those streets of Starke which are ESTIMATED AT $15,000 ONES AGAIN FACES TRIAL the region of Riga apparently is grow- HOUSE KEEPER APPOINTEDJ.

I'J. to have this improvement, has begun ing in intensity, but owing to divergent -

ON in earnest and that the work will be TWO PASSENGER COACHES ON reports by the Berlin and Petro-
;, prosecuted without a hitch until it is grad war offices the results thus far attained -

STARKE CITIZENS ATIESD.t Tuesday morning grading began on WI HOUSES DAMAGED. ON SAME CHARGE. Berlin asserts that southwest of Rigaall FRIEND OF C.\TIS.

t North Walnut street, at Ninth..street. attacks by the Russians have been
ine curbing has been set along Walnut | without success, Petrograd reports
There has been a movement on foot street between Ninth and Call. The' LIVE OAK, Jan. 10.-A tornado of NEW YORK, Jan. 9.-Harry K. that near Lake Babit the Russians TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 10.-J. B.

for some time to organize a company grading is done with I considerable force struck the western Thaw was indicted here todav and captured German positions between Christian was commissioned Adjutant-
being by men I
r, for the development of Heilbronn shovels. The curbing will be six inches part of this city this afternoon at 5 charged with kidnapping Fred hump, the Tirui marsh and the river Aa and General at 5:30 o'clock this afternoonby
six miles north of o'clock, injuring several persons and Jr., Kansas City youth of nineteen the and
. Mineral Springs higher than the pavement where a advanced their line about one and one- governor, Adjutant General
Starke. The sale of stock in a corporation the latter touches the curbing and doing considerable damage to property and assaulting him with a whip. In- i third miles southward. The Germansin Foster was removed.

for the purpose has proceeded about twelve inches of dirt will haveto The storm was traveling in a north- dicted with him on the kidnapping the region of Kalnzemi delivereda Christian is a watch maker and a
to make it sure that the easterly direction and in Live Oak the charge is a man described as George F.
far enough be excavated part of the way. Part counter attack on the Russians who boarding house keeper here. He was
development of the property can be of the dirt is deposited along the sides damage is confined to the western part O'Brynes, who is supposed to have had occupied a position east of the :a boyhood friend and college mate at

placed under headway by home capi- and the rest of it s being hauled awayto of the city, where the dwellings of been employed by Thaw as a body village, but it was put down by the Auburn, Ala., of the gov rH6r.
tal and preliminary meeting of Mrs. J. E. Pound and Ed Young were guard. O'Brynes has been arrested in
a fill up low portions in some of the Russians.In The Attorney-General. the
badly damaged and the dwelling and upon request -
stockholders was held Wednesday afternoon Philadelphia and detectives are look- the
six in this
streets and to furthermore past days region
cover up of the his
opinion -
governor :gave
at Raiford to consider the or- commissary building of Mrs. R. 0. ing for Thaw there tonight.The .
Russians the
the sewer pipe along the southern por- Bonnell wrecked. report capture that General Foster could be deposed -
ganization of the company. tion of Water street and in the swamp, were complaint against Thaw was twenty-one heavy and eleven light and that the constitutional

The meeting at Raiford was attended between that street and the septic tank The commissary was torn from its placed with the District Attorney by guns and large quantities of arms and amendment of two years ago, that was

by N. T. Ritch, 0. J. Griffin, J. M. There may be some dirt to spare for foundation and blown almost com- Trark P. Walsh, former chairman of equipment.The lobbied for by Foster; made the term

: Alvarez, E. S. Matthews, A. V. Long, those citizens along the street who pletely away and the dwelling and fur- the Federal Industrial Relations Commission German Field Marshal von cf office of the Adjutant-General "at

;: W. T. Weeks, C. L. Peek and W. r wish to raise the level of their yards. niture practically ruined. In its pathit who appeared as Gump's Mackensen's army operating in southern the pleasure of the governor."

W. G. Seals of turned over two passenger coaches counsel.It Moldavia has crossed the Putna
;. Davis, of Starke, all of Walnut be- General
or perhaps Foster candi-
Halt qualified as
,.' Hampton, D. W. Purvis and A. D. Andrews tween Call and Ninth will be subgraded track standing on the the machine L. 0., P. & G. side- is alleged that Thaw enticed the river north of Fokshani, and between date in the primary, was put in a by t estate

of Raiford. before the paving with brick begins. demolished near four other shop, completely youth to his rooms here Christmas Fokshani and Fundeni and has forced committee, made a campaign expense -

t I Mr. W. E. Davis has had charge of This subgrading requires great care the machine Great dwellingsnear trees night and beat him with two whips, the Russians and Roumanians across statement and paid his fee, so

the sale of stock and his report showed in order to make the surface straight torn the shop.roots fences and three different times, until he bled and the Sereth river, taking in the latter say his friends here, but he did not go
were by
: : that he had placed 150 shares of the !the long way and the slope even from up blown down and in became unconscious. Testimony describing operation 550 prisoners. on the ticket because he had no oppo-
outbuildings some There has also been
:: company's stock among leading citizens crown to gutter. A little in advanceof instances blown So different whippings of young severe fighting sition. The friends of the governorsay
and ; entirely away. p-irl by Thaw, was brought out dur- near the mouth of Rimnik Sarat river -
f; of Starke, Hampton, Lawtey the paving, the foundation is compacted the constitutional amendment
far learned little
\:, Raiford and in the vicinity of these by a 30-ton steam roller which as done can be this outside damagewas the ing the investigation into his sanity west of Galatz, and along the Kas- makes his case different from that of
in county sina river, in which both Berlin and
1;- ,towns. has alreadY' arrived. The surface of before the killing of Stanford White. circuit judges and states attorneys,
the Mrs. R.
city. Among injured are
Petrograd claim the advantage. Berlin
:" Final steps for organizing the company Walnut street will not be a straightline 0. Bonnell and two of her children Alienists, before Thaw's commitmentto who are appointive, but who run in j
; that the advancedon
for charter were mentioned Matteawan, testified that whippingwas reports Russians the '
and applying a between the streets primary.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell in the
living the tne Schuitze val-
not taken at the Raif rd meeting, buta but there will be a slight break in West and None a mania with Thaw. Thaw is sup- heights along
End a young man. ley, but met with a/sanguinary re
to posed to have met young Gump in California -
committee was appointed arrange grade near Pratt street. of the injuries are fatal. The prop- / SAMPLE COPIES.

final preliminary details and to held report A pipe line to carry off surface wa- erty loss will amount to about $15,000. him without and to the have knowledge corresponded of Gump's with verse.Aside from the Russian and Rou- .
at another meeting to be
ter has been laid from Mrs. F. D.Wanwright's .
parents. The charges say that Thaw manian theatres and an attack by the Last week the Telegraph mailed

soon.Analyses of the waters of Heilbronn sidewalk east to the rail- WILLIAM C. TEMPLE invited young Gump to come to New British Indian troops against the Tur- sample copies to a selected list of well

Springs and the opinion of the highest way culvert. More such storm water. York Christmas and Gump went toThaw's kish line .at the bend of the Tigris,. known citizens of the county in order
be constructed.Six -
sewers will'probably I Kut-fcl-Amara that they and members of their families
hotel. river, northeast of the
mineral water experts in the United Formerly of Starke, Died at Winter
fine oak trees in front of E. E.Canova's .
I fighting in all the other zones have might have an opportunty to
States show that there is no better Park Tuesday.
residence Ninth street
on consisted of bombardments and minor read the opening chapter of our new
I, water on the market today. The virtues have been dug up so as not to inter- Denies Being Thaw's Bodyguard infantry attacks. On.the. Tigris the serial story, as well as the other good
; of the waters have been known fere with the pavement. ORLANDO Jan. 9.-William Chase Jan. 9.-The who
Philadelphia, man Indians captured Turkish trenches over features of the paper. We are mailing
,. to local citizens for many years, and Temple, credited with being responsible was arrested here as George F. 0'- a front of 1,000 yards. In one of copies to the same persons again this

it has been felt for a long time that DEATH OF RUTH GREENE.The for world series baseball games, Brynes, and who is charged in New. the minor engagements on the frontin week. This is our second invitationto

the property could be developed into died at Winter Park today at the age York as 'aiding Thaw in kidnappingFred France the British east Beaumont- these persons to become subscribersto

a very important factor in the devel- town of Lake Butler and community of 55 years. Mr. Temple owned the Gump, Jr., denied his name is. Hamel captured and held a German the Telegraph. This week's issue

opment of this section, as well as a around was made to feel sad Pittsburgh National League club in O'Brynes and said that he was not trench and made three officers and 140 '! contains the second installment of the .

dividend paying proposition. The company last Friday night, when the death an- 1892-3 and in 1894 donated the Temple Thaw's body guard. He admits, how- men prisoners. I' story and we are sure that it will

now seems in a fair way to be gel came and took home Ruth Greene, cup to the winner of the world ser- ever, that he knows Thaw and being William Graves Sharp, the American prove interesting to those who read I;

permanently organized with sufficient the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ies games. He was' born in Floridabut with him here until last night. He I ambassador to France, has been' it. The story will run for several weeks I

,"'capital to get the water on the market Greene. While it was not unsuspectedfor for a number of years resided in said his name was Oliver Brower. and handed the reply of the entente alliesto and when it is completed it will be followed ;

:and finally to transform the springs she had suffered for almost a year Chicago and Pittsburgh. In 1905 he that he was a Pittsburgh salesman. President Wilson's peace sugges- by others. !
property into a resort that will attract turned to Florida and since had been Efforts to locate Thaw so far have
with cancer of the head, caused by a tions for transmission to Washington. I After this week sample copies will
,widespread attention. active in the organization and development futile.LAWSON .
burn she suffered when she was a proven I not be mailed again! at present to.those _
of the citrus industry in this : '
4 COUNCIL NOTIFIES McCKEARY who have received the issues of January I '"
WHITE GIRL AT WADE SAT. this place appeared, Dr. King state. REITERATES CHARGESOF CO. COCERXING TilE PAYING 5th and 12th. If you have been f

of Lake Butler, was called. and he LEAK IN CABINET CIRCLES pleased with the paper and wish to receive ,

tried with all his power to check the The city was shocked this morning I Contract Calls For Completion of Paving I it regularly send in your sub- ;

[: Was'Frightened Away by Screams of disease, but after some time he advised when word came from Winter Park of Said Advance Information Had Been By February 5th. scription promptly on reading this notice ;

Girl, and Captured Later. her father to take Tier to Jacksonvilleto the sudden death of W. C. Temple, Going to Wall Street for Years. in order not la miss a copy of it .
Dr. Cunningham for X-ray. treatment during the 1917. The subscript :
which occurred at 2 o'clock a. m. and The council met in regular session year
*. GAINESVILLE, Jan. 8.-Sunday After trying this for a yearit was the result of heart trouble, from 2, 1917, with the following tion price is $1.50 per year. ; .:
WASHINGTON Jan. 8.-In seriesof on January
morning Deputy Sheriff R. J. Hadsock was decided to operate. This appeared which he has been suffering for a weekor a members p'resentIatthews,

';of Wade, brought to this city and lodged to at first prove effective, but I ten days. heated colloquies, which virtually the White, Jones and Bryan. FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER EX-
the into
turned hearing an uproar,
the disease revived and came
: in jail Willie Robertson, a colored later Mr. Temple has been conspicuous as rules committee wrestled with The clerk was instructed to write AMINATION.The .
\\l the of assault and again. It was then seen that the disease .house
man, upon an organizer and promoter of large affairs Thomas W. Lawson for several hours the J. B. McCreary Co. that under the
checked I H
could not be more,
f..: attempt' to rape. any since early manhood and his success today, without obtaining definite information terms of the contract the street paving United States Civil Service II
it would
that Saturday night, as it was seen that penetratethe
It is alleged
in the business world may be attributed to substantiate the stories ofa was to be completed by February I Commission announces that on the .

:F Willie Robertson went to the home of a brain. her to this gift. Along with other leak to Wall street, in advance on the ,1st. 27th day of January, 1917, an examination i- :
lif tv Christmas day they brought
.[white man, who resides at Wade, On enterprises he had been active in pro- motion it was ordered that incase 1
President's peace note. The committee Upon will be hid at Theressa, Fla., ;
latch the kitchen door and entered home, to pass the few remaining days 1
the on and chief detail two men
faithful and moting baseball and was manager adjourned and Lawson's examina- of fires the as a result of which it is expected to \
the"room of the fourteen year of her life. Ruth was owner of the Pittsburgh club at one tion is incomplete. A motion to cite to remain on duty until relieved by the make certification to fill a contemplated : ,

gold daughter of the white m %. It isfurther held told out her well folks and she did was not willing murmur.to She die time. Mr. Temple was born in Starke, him for contempt for his refusal to : said fire chief. They to be paid $1 vacancy in the position of fourth : i

alleged that Robertson, upon Bradford county, and vas educated in give names was taken under advise- each for the extra duty. class postmaster at Theressa and oth- j
reaching the bedside of the young girl, and was not afraid as she knew the public schools of Wilmington, Del., ment, after its consideration in execu- Compensation of assistant fire chief er vacancies as they may occur at that t

ached up and touched her, and that was going to rest. graduating from the Delaware State tive session. was fixed at $1.50 for practice and $3 office, unless it shall be decided in the j I

'.his awakened her and she said, "Who The funeral took place at the Dekle Normal school in 1879, and entered active for each fire. In case of absence of interests of the service to fill the va- ; t
with Law-
i gs that?" It is said the negro then put cemetery near Lake Butler, the services business in Malwaukee in the em- The committee's troubles chief the assistant chief to draw pay by reinstatement. The compensation :
throat andaid I being conducted by Rev. Rawls. son began as soon as he took the stand cancy II
ij.big knife to the girl's ploy of the Armour meat packing es- of chief. of the postmaster at this I
"If you move I'll cut your throat." The pallbearers were Dewitt McGill, tablisment and later took a position in and grew into a noisy row. It was The cow ordinance was laid over to office was $207 for the last fiscal year. i
The is said to have then thrown Irvin Tomlinson, Othoe Mizell, Mr. quieted only when Chairman Henry meeting.The J
|. negro a bank in Milwaukee. From Milwau- the of the next regular Age limit, 21 years ard over on the ,
.the cover back and started to get in Dekle, Mr. Mac Overstreet and G. W. kee he returned to Florida, his native threatened to clear room session.spec- plumbing inspector was instructed date of the examination. with the exception ;

bed with the young girl, but that when Alderman. We all join in expressing state, and engaged in the lumber busi- tators and hold a secret not to allow any hotels, res- : that in a state where women Ii I

he threw the cover back he moved the sympathy to the bereaved family. ness. Electrical engineering and similar Lawson declared he had informationfrom taurants, or boarding houses to connect are declared by statute to be of full J

'|, knife and the young lady screamed. interests occupied his time in New a member of congress that a cabinet any sinks with sewerage without age for all purposes at 18 years, worn. 1

:,This frightened the negro and he ran each armed with one of these guns, York city for several years and later official had been the beneficiaryof grease traps. en 18 years of age on the date of the i
He tracked a distance following and shooting at a mocking the leak, but he flatly refused to inspector's report was I
I from the house. was he was engaged in Pittsburgh, Pa., The plumbing examination will be admitted.
of four miles td the home of Sam bird every time it chanced to light on where he achieved signal success as a give names. He announced definitely filed, showing collections for laterals Applicants must reside within the t 1

Brown, a white farmer, for whom he a limb; and since that time we have manager.Mr. that he would give no names no mat- for December, $31.36. territory supplied by the post office for ; ,

works, and on whose premises he resides heard of several people having to drive Temple active in managingand ter what the consequences were. Hi Collector reported as follows for December which the examination is: announced.The 1 I
he was get- boys out of their yards and groundswho I said this was a preliminary hearing .
and -
was caught as corporations and : examination is open to all citizens }
were engaged in the same crue'and promoting large and he had given enough to warrantcongress .. ------ 88.85 .
ting over the fence. heartless occupation. at different times has served as direc- to make investigation. Fines Licenses_____--_-_-_--_-_--_--_- ______ 62.50 of the United States who can -
It is said that the evidence againstthe comply with the requirements. '. J
negro is conclusive, he having been There is a state law against the kill- tor of many large Rex Carbon interests Coal, among Com Lawson reiterated his charges that Total ________ __________ 151.05 Application forms and full information }, j1
birds in Florida, with a severe them being the bills were paid: :
ing of "wallowing in the mire The
positively identified by the young girl. song St. I Congress was concerning the requirementE .-
attached and the parent pany, Hastings Lumber Company, E. S. Matthews. mem council _____ 2.00S.
said that
c at the jail by a penalty of stock :speculation. and 2.00J. secured
Robertson was seen Hecila do --- of the examination can Ii
Glass Company, A. Bryan ------
and he stated that who arms his boy with one of these Louis Plate Congressmen were wise dealers. lie W. Andrews Jr. do ______________--. 1.00
Sun representative loose will not be Mining Company, etc. After retiring the Jones do ________________ %.OO from the postmaster at Theressa, or ffl t.I1J
him C.
he knew absolutely nothing .of the guns and turns active business in 1905 he accepted cleared the state department and J.D. W. White do ____________________ 1.00 from the U. S. Civil Service Commis- .f .
entitled to sympathy from the court from of leak, so far as __________ 1.50 ,
hue, except what he was told on the position as manager or. tne White House any I A. S. Crews tr ras salary ____ 2.00 sion, Washington, D. C. 't'
sheriff. Hower when called upon to pay a fine for violation a he knew, but he insisted that there Joe Hill Williams mayor fees___ should be !
Way over by the deputy lorida Citrus Exchange, which he carried Silas Kite salary and fees Applications properly exe- >
he acknowledged that he had of the statute.In successful termination. was a leak. He said advance information Ed Burnsed do _____________ 52.00 cuted and filed with the commission at '
the meantime, let's have a city to a Wall street for Bradford Co Telegraph printing ----- 17.50 .
had been going to
been before the
in Wade that night. Handy Washington at least 7 days
fees ease
and Knight atty
*' Feeling in the Wade section is said ordinance with severe penalty strictly He was also the originator or- years on Supreme Court decisions, thepresident's D.Brymer E. _______ _____ ----- 15.00 date of the examination otherwise it <
the use of the useless of the Southeast Mayors' As- and congressional Futch clerk'i fees ______ 14.35 h
enforced against ganizer C. ft.
to be it had not been messages be impracticable to examine the
very high and if harmful toy.Bradentown sociation and the South Florida Cham- R. W. Moseley police service __-__ 6.00J. may .
for officer it is and exceedingly matters. service night marshal19.50 .
the quick work of the P. Robinson applicants.
ol Commerce, which has done agreat ________ 1.50
Journal. ber appeared today Starke TeL Co. phone rent
probable that a lynching party would deal to promote the interests of Secretary Tumulty W. L. Wall fire chief ----. -- 6.00 U. S. Civil Service Commission.Total .
have been indulged in. the and again denied any connection with F. B. Shipman firemah 3.00
COTTON GlSX} >. the various towns connected with leak. He renewed his demand that Gus Beasley do -..._ 1.00 ___ _________ 137.5T
Mr. Temple served as any Will Moitt do __ -_ 3.00 Bond Fond
THE AIR GUN. organization. and has always Representative Wood make an apology Will Baisden do _-.._ ___ 1.00ChM Bradford Co. Telegraph pablushing ordinance -
has finished ginning mayor of Winter Park Secretary of State Lansing denied any Beasley do __ __ 1.00 No. 90 ___ __ 153.00
J. F. Canova to the town he ___ __ 1.00
been particularly loyal Allen Cano a do J. B. McCreary Co. report No. 4 brick
... If there is ordinance againstthe" cotton for the season. His utput was and where he owned a ,knowledge of a leak.GROWERS Chas. Ensey do ________ 3.00 i and freight ..... ... .....IHQ.JJ I, ..
not an 177 balei last sea- called home Markley Johns do _ _ 2.00 J. B. McCreary do No. 6 ______3200.7S L JjlJ.
use of air guns within the city 368 bales, against large orange grove and fine residence.A ASSOCIATION. Cliff Chancey do ________ 2 00 B. McCreary Co. do No. 6 ___ 802.0 *
Emits son. Next season he calculates on gin- since he sold his grove Drew Alvarez do ..?. -.. :.00 A. F. Harley 3 per cent 15121.11 paid
should at once. two
one be passed bales as the big prices received year or where Frank Lane do .......___ 2.00 J. B. McCreary Co. ______ 153.6J
500 ,
:..SOme parents will buy these murder- ning and erected a smaller residence, A. F. Harley amt on extended service. 160.00 .
T implements for their boys, and of for cotton will tend to stimulate he had since lived. Mr. Temple is sur- The members of the Starke Growers Total _______ _-_- 221.35
little of the I Road and Bride Fund 55887.74 "
be Total -
-.rae the boy who becomes the pos- its growth Very this vived by his wife and one daughter, Association are requested pres- J. S. Mercer street work 27.50 The council adjourned to the next :! .
r of one thinks he must shoot ev- staple has formerly been grovn in Mrs. Dorothy Temple Mason, who also ent at the next meeting, Saturday, King Chandler! do .._____ 2.50
13th, at the City Hall. It is Bailey Cornell do__ .. _____ 10.5 i regular meeting. _
; bird that comes flu his reach section. lives in Winter Park. January be Quigley Lumber Co. do _ 15.72: C. A. FUTCH,

::1 One of the first things to greet our Bradford Courty Tele. i Funeral arrangements have not yet most important that all members W. F. Mott Kay work _ -81.60 Town Clerk.

the after Christmas was Read the present.
morning been completed. ----
: boys, sons of Christian parents, graph-the home paper.

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from said district. I D. W. Moore, J. E. Owsley, J. E. Phillips -

JANUARY MEET The matter relating to the sheriffor H. S. Roebuck, C. Sullivan, M. Z. KILLED: ; illS SON WOUNDED (Continued From Page C.) SAVES EXPENSE.:

one of his deputies being presentat Sullivan. -

the meetings of the board, upon motion The following bills were approvedand Tragedy Occurred Saturday Night at One of the great problems in livestock

I OFCO.COMM'RS further consideration of same scrip ordered drawn for same: Rex, Alachua County. helped you to save. work is to secure the best siresat
laid until next meeting of Pauper Allowance! In the coast to coast fight against moderate expense. Farmers
was over Maryl Ward __ ___________________. 4.00 insects and weed ravages, the farmer who
the board. Martha Gatlin ._._____________________ GAINESVILLE, Jan. 7.-As the result than own only a few head of live stock do
I I Bond of E. T. Stewart, justice of the Nancy Conner ______________________ J'0j,,{ finds no better fighter this quiet not feel justified in purchasing a high-
1. WAS IMPORTANT Viney Dyess _____________________ ?. ? of a shooting scrape at the homeof tan bird. In the early spring he bull
peace, for 11th district, approved. lf_. Rl1.linrtc ... _______________-______ 7.00 Chester Ford, colored, near Rex a priced or boar for their own use.
t Three hundred and seven names were Amanda Thomas- ____________________ 3.00 starts his war on army worms, potato Co-operative or community ownership
booksof Lee Crobby _______________-________* 10.00 small railroad station about two miles bugs, grass hoppers, in fact all the of high-class ;
selected from the registration Emeline Griffis ____________________ 3.00 south of Hawhtorne, Saturday night, beetles breeding animals will
i the county from the several elec- Caroline Griffis __________________. 3.00 o'clock! L. M. McKinney plain and striped that devourthe solve this problem in every neighbor
J. B. DOWLING ELECTED district the board of county Mrs. D. M. MeKnight ____._________ 3.00G. between 10 and 11 garden truck. The quail is an ardent hood where farmers live
tion by J. Campbell __________________ a turpentine man, who residesin beetle close together -
!! CAPTAIN OF CO. CONVICTS I commissioners and list furnished the Banner Dyal _____________________ J.OO that section, is dead, and his son, enemy of the potato working says C. L. Willoughby, professor ,
clerk of said board. Said names to be Sallie Starling _____________________ 3.00Wade from early morning till late at of animal husbandry in the
_________ has painful wound in the left Universityof
Me Knight _________ 3.00 Roy a
1 COUNTY CONVICTS WILL BE; placed in a box by the clerk and sheriff Lizzie Willis ____._._______________ 2.00 hand. night, destroying not only the adult, Florida college of agriculture. .
as the law directs, and from said Rufus Jackson .__________._____.__- 3.00 but the larva. In one field in Texas By forming a local association
1 ____________ 5.00' The sheriff was notified of the tragedy I or ,
WORKED Mrs. N. D. Newmana -
EACH circuit given
box the names of jurors for the Martha RiKBs _______.______________ 2.50{ about 11 o'clock Saturday night, where the quail were protectionand club for the purchase of good sires,
COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT. court to be drawn from, as pro- Susan Kelley _____________________ 10.00 encouraged to nest in the field, the cost will be : small to
is list Wm. Lang ______________________ 3.00 and he, together with Chief Deputy the field free from very each
Following so
vided for by law._ a L. L. lIagan __________________ 2.50 Bruton, left immediately! for the scene. they kept potato farmer participating in the work. Ono
of names selected: Rachel Stokes _-________.__._____:.__ 2.00 1 beetles that spraying was unnecessary. good sire can be used by all
Monday, January I, 1917, the board District No. 1 John S. Andrews, Joseph Bryant _.:_________________ 2.00; Upon arriving at the scene oi trouble, Our Big Bug Bill members
of Lizzie Hunter ____________________ 3.00 4 the sheriff was told, it is alleged, that within a radius of three to five miles.
; county commissioners was called to Tom J. Anderson, John Browning, \v. J. Glisson __________.____________ 3.0 When we realize that $8,000,000 is The sire may be kept at the farm oflone
order by Chairman J. B. Crews with all Richard Bennett, Jr., Jerry Bohannan, Rachel Taylor _____________________ 2.00 quite a fuss had been going on over the amount of destruction caused each
members Elizabeth' Hunter ___________________ 2.110 1 at the negro's house and that Roy McKinney I member during certain months,
present, to-wit S. T. Dowl- John C. Cone, E. L. Crews, G. H. Carter 'T'orence Holton __________________ 3.00J. went to to quiet the year by the potato beetle, we begin to I I and at another location during other
ing J. L. Underhill, D. W. Pinholster Neal Davis, W. 1!. Edwards, R. H. C. Box ________._____________ 3.00 over try think that is more money that the of
: and A. H. Williams. Griffis, John Wright __________________ .oo 4, disturbance, :Mr.: and Mrs. McKinney months the year. In the case of
Futch, W. E. Forsyth, Jesse Warren Hersey ________________ 3.00 being in Hawthorne at the time. It is United States has a right to spend I valuable bulls, the sire could be used J
Minutes of last meeting read and W. E. Green, Joe S. Griffis, H. S. Hil- Mrs. E. C. Crews and daughter _______ 5.011 with no return. Even the baby quail I
approved. Howard W. R. Kersey, Thomas Dyal _________________ 4.00 further alleged that upon arriving at two years in one part of the county
liard, H. A. MarthaVlkinon ________-___- 3.00: the home of the Roy was invitedto eats its share of insects for each dayit and then exchanged for another good
Petition signed! by J. M. Truby and Reason Lastinger, Thos. J. Moore, N. Affie Scott _______._.________________ 2.0 negro takes its own weight in insects. If bull of different
others, which reads as follows: "We, C. Mott J. M. Norman, J. L. Parmen- Isaac Clerk _______________________ 2.00 take a drink, which he did. A con- blood lines in another
.: the Leonard Altman _______________ -."' versation was indulged in, and a short you think that to be an easy task ju ;t part of the county or in a different
undersigned citizens and taxpayers ter J. M. Prevatt, Henry F. Redding. Newman children ______________ 4.140Mrs. try to gather enough insects to bal-j section of the state. .
respectfully petition your Honorable District No. 2-G. W. Alderman, Peter rarmenter ....__._________ 3-" time-afterwards it was suggested that |; This method :'
Board to change and amend Thomas J. Andrews Allen Edwards ________________ 2.00 4 another drink be taken. After the ance on the scales the weight of even a .would utilize the entile life time of a !
our Wm. B. Alderman, Jr., Ervin Hifrpinbotham _u.._...__.______ 2.00 4 second drink taken it is said that us, he asks little in return, but they I Ido good animal for productive
1 former petition for a public road, Lon Brannen, Thos. L. Chan- James rarri.h _____________ 2.00 was ask to be let alone that be breeding t'
which was granted by the board at Jesse Cason, Jackson J. Colson, Henry Mitchell ______________.__..... 2.00 Ford and his wife got into a fuss, and ; they purposes. The average breeder is inclined i
their cey, Catherine Hampton ______________ 2.00\) that young McKinney attempted to given a chance to live in freedom from I to dispose of a good sire after
in W.
regular November Chastain
meeting Jesse D. Cobb, Tom C. I fei'of hunted. J
1916, and grant us the public road as A. Cone, J. RusseU Chastain, Clinton Total _______________________ HMO; quiet it. Ford did not like the interference ting Th3/ also tskthat two or three years of use under the I'
i follows, to-wit: Commence at NE cor- 0. Carroll, John W. Carroll, W. A. General Fund and seized his shotgun, a single in winter they be given a little impression that he is too old, when asa i

ner of Sec. 28, Tp. 6, Range 22 E., and Dekle, Thos. J. Dukes, Jas. 0. Dennison A. H. Williams 1 day comr and mneapre 10.20H. barrel one, and shot at the young help. On many private estates and on matter of fact such animals are very ;,

: run east on section line to SE corner Rufus E. Dell, Francis M. Dowl- .. A.C. Knieht Richard supvr premiums reir .on___bonds____________ 25.00C. 10.40n. white man. When the first shot was a few of the government game preserves frequently in their prime and in the

of L. E. Simmons land, thence north John Douglass, Andrews J. W. Pin holster 1 day com and mileage 7.20 4 I fired it is said the young man ran. they are beinghelped throughthe very best condition for breeding pur I
line ing, S. T. Dowling do _____________ 6.20 4 The reloaded his and fired white winters. The bird can usually poses. The method of change
i- on between L. E. Simmonss and Dekle, Lucius A. Duncan, J. B. Dowl \V. T. Weeks 1 mo elerk. pd express negro gun as suggested -

Ned Williams land one-fourth of a ing, Ben L. Dukes, George D. Fair- postage etc ________-______________ 80.50 the second time. One load went withstand the cold, for they would avoid too much inbreed-
; mile, thence east land line three- Hale (.f.o. Gardiner insanity W. S. Harris 2.00J. 4 through McKinney's hat and the other hide in covered places, but they cannot ting.
:- on cloth, Donnie F. Floyd, Olin P. P. Tomlinson do ____________________ 2.00w. withstand weeks of covered
fourths of a mile to NE corner of J. Joseph W. Jones, Willis Jackson, C. J. W. Farnell do ____-_____________ 2.00 into his left hand. It is alleged thatin snow Another great advantage of community
},\' L. Silcox land, thence south about 250 Knight Sam J. Knight, Richard W. M. Cameron do ______________________ 1.00 the meantime L. M. McKinney, the ground. They are not high flyers or breeding is found in the fact
; S. B. Denmark do .____________________ 12.35 tree climbers. As they take their foodfrom I that
: 1 feet to the Starke and Middleburg Kerce, Wm. E. Loadholts, J. M. Mott, (;e0. A. Gardiner insanity Charley Slade 2.00 young man's father, had returned buyers appreciate fine animals of

I; public_ road." After being considered Roy L. McCall. Charlie C. McCall, W J. P.. Tnmlinsnn do ____.____ 2.00 home from Hawthorne and hearing of near the ground when the insectsare uniform color and size so that they
W. W. Farnell do ______________.____ 2.00 I and the seeds covered they
; tne the fuss he gone
oy board, upon motion and secona M. Overstreet, Archibald E. Proctor,, M. Cameron do ___________.____ 1.00 started over to see what can easily make up a carload of one
the petition was granted and change Eustis T. Parrish, Henry Rosenberg, R. R. Denmark do ________ 3.35 the trouble was. He arrived on the find life means hard picking unless kind. Packers will pay a better price

allowed, and it was further ordered Chas. F. Rivers, Leonard G. Richardson R. Edwards pumbing! ________________ 16.00 I scene just after young McKinney was they are helped. for a carload of beef cattle or hogs

: that the petitioners place said road in Robert F. Rivers, Charlie A. Rob! .J.P.B.Tomlinson Crews 1 county day com physician and mileage___ 4.17T. 6.40J. I shot. It is further alleged that Mr. Anyone feeding the quail either in that are uniform in size and color

good traveling condition without any erts, John J. Shaw, G. W. Spires. J. Annleysrd blanks for clerk office 8.97J. McKinney, upon seeing that his son their own door yard or in the wood lot markings than for a load of mixed an-
C. McCIendon ____________
expense to the county. District No. 3-Sam W. Allen, Lee S. Crews co atty janitor.________________ 15.00A. 4.17 I had been shot, ran into the house, and is more than repaid for the time and I imals. Purchases of this kind can* be

Bonds of T. J. Dekle, justice of the Brannen, J. F. Brannen, James demons Drew Co. rubber stamps _________-____ 2.C5 said, "You black________you have shot feed. While they are very shy about easily made in localities where cooperative
i peace for district No. 2 W. T. T. L. Underbill 1 day com and mileage 4.FO being touched, they will let come
and boy. has
Sammie Croft, Jr., John Crews, Citv Light Plant lights and water ____ 38.73 my you breeding been practiced.
: Reaves, justice of the peace, district J. C. Crews, Geo. E. Elixson, Geo. !S.' B. Denmark com on collecting license 1.11. The negro replied, "Yes________you. very close. Won't you be one to feed
I No. 9, were approved. Joseph DeSue burying dead horse ____ 2.00G. I will shoot Bob White this winter? He will .
Hurst, Nathan Hurst, J. 0. Johns, W. W. Hazen com as treas __________ 151.97 you, too. Upon making pay Petition presented by 1. A. Brooks C. P. Kerce, John Mattox, H. B. MooreJ. this remark, it is said the negro shot you and pay youth interest next o

i and others reading as follows: "We, G. Nettles, E. E. Petty, W. W. Williams Total ___Road______and_____Bridge______Fund________ 424. 9 4 -the load taking effect in McKinney's summer.-W. E. Brownson in Successful '*' CHURCH DIRECTORY. <>

the undersigned registered voters of W. L. Williams, Henry E. Wil Jf'SOe Conner building bridge ________ 5.00 4 stomach and killing him instantly. The Farming. A> .$>
1 Bradford county, ask your Honorable liams. B. M. Williams resetting culverts __ 5.00 1 negro and his wife than left their that tries the patience and purse. & BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, *

body to discontinue the following pub District No. 4-W. L. Blair, 0. V. A.. H.Bailey Williams Ken road 5 days work road__insp_______________ 10.00L. 4.50 home and went towards Campville; Watch a covey of quail work in this pastor. Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. '>

lie road, to-wit: Commencing at B. I. Brooks, J. J. Brannen, M. A. Blackwelder S. T. fowling 2 days road insp ________ 4.00J. 4 later they separated and the negro same field; this is the report that the Sunday morning service, 11:00 -9
Taylor's place and Jones resetting culverts ......____ 1.50C. ; t?> o'clock; Sunday evening service, 19
running went to the government gives from mortem
northerly J. R. Brooks J. C. Brown H. C. home of Andrew Feaster post
N. Shaw cutting out low __________ 1.25 & 7:00 B. Y. P. U. Sunday ,
to State Farm road. After being con Brannen, N. A. Conner, J. H. Douglass, I J. B. Crews 5 days road in'p _____ 10.00; who resides about half way between examination. For a single meal they ; even-
sidered by the board, upon motion and H. N. Norman repairing bridges ____ 5.00 4 Rochelle found that they had consumed 200 to ing, 6:45: ; Wednesday evening"
and Windsor.
Lonnie Dukes
t Jr., H. M. Douglass, J. I The is
.,; A. P. Moore fixing bridge _________ 15.00W. negro prayer service, 7 o'clock. Every- f
second granted, and said road ordered J. W. Keen, J. J. Nettles, Jr., W. H. A. Dubose do __________ 4.00 said to have told Mr. Feaster that he 300 seeds of smart weed, 500 red sor discontinued as public road. E. J. Lewis do .__.___________ rel
a Nettles, W. G. Nettles, Isaac N. Nettles 5.00 had killed one man and wounded an- 700 three-seeded mercury and 1000( <8) <> 3
D. R. Edwards lumber __ : _______
Bond of C. N. Shaw, constable of J. J. Nettles, Sr., T. P. Renfroe,, W. Pinholster 2 days road insp ____ 40.80D. 4.00 other and wanted to give himself up. rag weed seeds. A total of 2400 seeds '!> CHRISTIAN-W. II. Coleman ,> "

,; district No. 5 was approved. W. H. Shaller, G. W. Shaller, Noah J. F. Williams capture of convict _____ 25.75 Mr. Feaster telephoned Gainesvilleand for a single meal. Read the last, ragweed '!' pastor. Preaching the first and 9 j

,, Petition signed by W. F. Malphurs Taylor, J. J. Ward, B. M. Williams,, J.J. F.F. Williams Williams repairing gen road bridges work __lumber_____ 15.00 4 the only officer that could be had and smart weed. The society for '?' third Sundays in each month. '?

and asking assistance for Catherine Jim Tomlinson, J. 0. Tison. etc --_________________________ 30.B4: I was Marshal Pinkoson, the sheriff and prevention of hay fever should be . ,. Hampton, and asked that her name be J. F. Williams do _____________ 39.15 his force the active of the I+ ing service, 7 o'clock; church '9
District No. 5-J. A. J. D. M. T. Tomlinson resetting eulverts ____ 3.00 being out in the woods hunt- among protectors board meeting the first
placed Sunday 9y
r upon the pauper roll. Upon Baxter, J. M. Barry, G. B. Colson, P. Willis Jackson lumber _____________-- 7.60 ing the negro. quail. !
motion and second, it was ordered that A. Wallie Crews E. L. Crosby J. S. Griner cutting out logs ____,___ 1.00 Mr. Pinkoson secured I All this work Bob White does for In each montn. Loyal Daughters _
her name be placed Crosby, Henry Rrown do ___________________..11.25 an automobileand <* meet every Friday afternoon at -9 '
; upon pauper roll James Crews, E. B. Edwards, J. U. Jasper Brown fixing bridge ____________ 2.00 went to Mr. Feaster's got the negro properly protected, would help to overcome '?* 4 o'clock; Ladies Aid Society?>
and paid $2 per month. Edwards, H. P. Gainey, J. R. Groover, W. H. Moody depairing bridges ______ 7.00 and brought him to Gainesville, the menace. But many people ** meet first Friday in each month ?>
Bond of D. L. Phillips work and lumber ______ 23.50:
G. M.
,. district Richard, constable for E. M. Hazen, W. H. Harrell, D. W. Tom Wall cutting out logs __________ 1.00 where he is lodged in the county jail. cannot realize that sometimes even .'!' at 3:30 p. m; Sunday school every 9
No. 2, was approved.The Hazen, H. L. Lewis, G. W. Lewis, II. J. B. Dowling feeding] convicts ___._ 128.80 Mr. Pinkoson states that on the birds in the wild demand care and evena ?. Sunday at 10 a. m. Everybody 9i'
matter of requiring the captainof 0. J. J. B. fowling pay of captain and guards 139.00 to Gainesville way little for their work. welcome to these services. 9
Lynn, J. Morgan, D. Malphurs J. P. fowling discharging two convicts 6.00: the negro told him that pay
the convict camp to give bond for G. W. Melvin W. S. Nabb, D. W. Pin- J. B. Dowling supplies for convicts __ 19.35 young McKinney came over to his From early spring till the weeds begin \?> <>1 .
the faithful performance of his duties holster A. B. 0. W. Tho. J. B. Dowling feed for mules _______ 46.25 house and to ripen Bob White's diet EPISCOPAL-Dr.. M. Fryer !>
as such captain Surrency, J. B. Bowling do _____________._____ 13.50J. commenced to "cuss" and chiefly 3> priest in charge. Sunday school, ?>
after being con that his wife insects but with the
mas. B. (Ford's) asked him to ripening of the !'
sidered the Dowling pay of professional ser- 9:45 a. m.; morning and '9f
!; that he by give such board, it was ordered District! _\V_ R_-R.H._ _M.__ _Alvarez.n Jr._ __ ,'ices for convicts _n__________________n______ __ .coo:.:.. stop, whereupon McKinney struck her. weed seeds, he becomes a vegetarian. < sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer prayer <$>
me board after M. J. Alvarez, William E. Bradley:'I Tom J. C. Hemingway Clemons gen fixing road work bridges__ 5.40 1.00 Ford said he told him not to do that, Go out in an unkept field near your c?' and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal 9

for approving bills presented William M. Bryant, Arthur Brown John Rail do 4.40 and McKinney said he would beat hero ome and bring in a collection of weedsIn <*, 7 o'clock, Wednesday

drawn in payment for and ordered scrip Jasper Brown, John Crosby, Rufus M. John George Uglow Tillis do do __ 5.00 t death. Ford is alleged to have said a short time you can find at least r evening. Come and worship with .!>
payment same, the term C. N. Ancel Cone 2.00 that he then grabbed his forty varieties. Count the seeds to us. .
.. of office of said board Crosby, Cooper, George Cone:, filling in road 1.00 gun and shot. a
having expired, Ozzie Cason, Math M. Crosby, W. A. Jeff.Lee cutting out logs .75 McKinney ran and he shot again.I single plant. According to variety, the
upon motion and second J. I* Underhill 3 Havs iron roads __ METHODIST L.
Z. *
adjourned 6.00 Barr
sine die. Dubose, Perry Dover, E. D. Dees, J. S. B. Denmark delivering 4 convicts.. 1600 I About this time L. :M.: McKinney came number will differ, but you will find & pastor. school ,
Sunday 9:45 4>
A. Ellington, Lacy Edwards, CharlieA. OnMey Lumber Co. lumber 4 SO up and he shot him. After the killing from one to several hundred per root. Futch, John Green, Owen Gardiner Quigley Lumber Co. lumber and nails 24.85: ,Ford is alleged to have said he feared Let the wind blow and the seeds with Preaching every Sunday except 4>
Quigley Lumber Co. eoal _____--______ 3.75 fourth Sunday of each month; <$>
Tuesday, Januar 2, 1917, the board- Charlie Green, E. N. Green, N. I. Total ,mob violence and believing that he their wind carriers have vanished. But mornjng service, 11 o'clock; evening >'

elect, to-wit: S. T. Dowling, J. L. Un-- Green, N. D. Green, J. C. Gainey, John 704.79 was justified decided to ome to this i.they have only vanished from sight. I* service, 7 o'clock. Prayer ,

; derhill, J. J. Blackwelder, R. J. Andrews C. Griffis, Frank Jones, R. SI| Johns, A. 0'. W. Ha *n com Drainage as trea Fund_ 34.14 city and give himself up. He said he Next spring they will appear as a pest
and H. D. May for the J. Jackson, James Johnson, Willie E. Fine and Forfeitare Fund l lost his way and went up to a white dollars is no small sum, especially + o'clock. A cordial invitation is :

-Ji; two years, met at the court house ensuing at Jones, Sim Kelley, John N. Kelley, W. c'f;.. "R.. Denmark Denmark feeding prisoners] _- TfiTl; r nan'/! house and told him of the occurrence when we realize that it means a dollar extended to all to worship with <*

.. 10 o'clock a. m., and organized as a B. Kuhl, James Kite, Jr., Ben Kite, <*. B. Denmark guard com on at fines Jail __ 20 415!:;.SO 00I. and asked that the officers be no- per capita for every man, woman and <$> us.
1 board of county commissioners David Kelley, Harris H. Lewis, Jim 0. a. William wood 1.!'* tified. child in the United States.In '

electing S. T. Dowling as chairman by I I Luke, E. J. Lewis, L. L. Leach, Elias Frank K M. Hazen Brown d witness a case_Sam Jackson_ 9.70 I."' the South where the boll weevil .f*. Denison PRESBYTERIAN-Rev., pastor. Sunday school H. G., '4$> .

3 for the term of two years. The chairman Moore, James M. Minton John C.I I Will Andrew Brown do __.._..._?_ i.jn i.; impoverishing land, the quail, if 9:45 a. m.; preaching every Sunday
then Manning, Cape R. Neal J. E. Norman McToueer do _"III lsO! very young bird. '..
announced that the board Geo. A. Gardiner case M. Jackson ____ 31" -morning sercice, 11 o'clock;
was ready to proceed with the busi- Perry Newsom, Julian Peek, James L. .T rob J. Johns 'const __.._._.? 4 KO Bob White does not confine his meat evening. service 7 o'clock; prayer <**

ness properly presented to the board. Silcox, Walter Silcox, H. M. McRae, C5.q B.A.Denmark Gardiner ease do R. orman :3 91 CATARRH diet to beetles, he helps to lessen the '' meeting, Wednesday evening at 7 & ;

Application of A. S. Crews for the M. J. McRae, John Hall, John Uglow, ",.o. A, CarS'nfr ca_e Ceo. Jemison 2\t 7.55 DO,000,000: conservation tax we pay ''S... o'clock. Visitors cordially invited > -
Walter S. R. Denmark do to the locust to worship with us.'o '1
appointment of Underhill. ?.ss: ; the same locust which
attorney for rieo. A. Gardiner do .........._.... bothered !> ( !i.
l 1. the ensuin two years, upon motion District No. 7-W. B. Alexander, J. I'!. B.. Denmark do ------.-----_______ 2.f.nn 35 STAGNATION Pharoah, only Pharoah did ', ... ... .... ..., ... .. ,,e. .. ..... ,. (... .0.> '., .., '!;;
and second, application accepted and 1\1. Allen, J. J. Brannen, J. H. Beden- ;. A. Gardiner do __ 9.17 not have statistics to tell him how ?
I B. Denmark do _._.__.._
; his _._. __ z.Zf much had been wasted.
A !. appointment confirmed, and he to baugh. C. A. Beck, L. D. Brown, Jr., Goo Gardinpp do _I__ 2.11 Ninety million WELL SUPPLIED: STORE.F. .
i be paid $50 per annum. Said salary A. A. Durden, W. D. Dyal, A. A. FutchF. .S."po B. A.Denmark do v."l PE RU

t. ; to be paid monthly. F. Flume, W. S. Futch, W. J. Griffin S. B. Denmark Gardiner do case_Fred._Davis._"ZIII__ 2.2 75 IIQ NAINYIGORATION BASKET BALL GAME BETWEEN T. Norman
j' Application of Dr. J. P. Tomlinson T. M. Hagan G. W. Geo. A. Gardiner Will successor of L. D.
Hicks, L. B. case Primus ____ jj.'li
'4: for the R. Denmark do WALDO. Register, corner Walnut and Ninth
re-appointment of Hall 4 :
C. E. 15
county phy Harper, P. B. Hunt, E. E. B. D. Kellev
r sician for j n case Clarence Davis. 2 2' I I streets- fine n store full__ r\f __ rrrfcirJa_. .
the new __
4; ; ensuing two years was Harden, B. E. Hall, J. V. Jones, David "J. San const do -__________________ 9.5: -- n .,
accepted and salary fixed at $50 per Jones. S. R. Johns.. J. M. Maxwell._ _R._ ,.-0PV-- -Thompson. wit- ____________--- 111/I I Last Saturday afternoon of every variety. The stock being pretty
t annum. S. :McClain: J. H. Pollard. no "'.ra...Ii._inompcon. Samoso' do ____.__::" j'no I team of the Starke second well depleted \\hen he took possesSion
wltnesS"1.11 P __ High school
rlmus 1 d") boys of
A. u Sullivan on. Hamntnn the store, he at ordered
do once
: .
filed application District No. a
with 8-\ D. Andrews ---
Ira ------- 1.40 played the Waldo
T"afsv --- boys the
on Starke
t board which read ,. Hampton do ---.. 4fl new stock, and everything is fresh. 1
,t as : "I here. Addison, :Mack: Addison, A. L. Crews,, H. Clarke do Geo. Jameison'IIIII"I'oo Catarrh campus.
1; by make my application for the position W. C. Cason, J. R. Dowling, II. T. p''n 0 KitAn :.-- __ _______ _____ :1.'nn means inflammation. I The close His stock includes notions, shoes, t
game and
of captain of convicts worked Dowling. J. W.*. K. MurdncV do"__I________I___ 1.04) Inflammation is the sta&uction exciting hats, underwear, hosiery, groceries, 1
Forsyth W. S. from ;
upon Graham Williard
do start to finish
Rob but the
Neman ___ i'o of blood-the Starke farmers'
the public roads of 0. B. "-onks gorging of the hardware and implements
said for Gordon J. H. Deal do
county, Griffis R. R. _
Grit- --------- _____ 1.44) boys won by the score of .
---- 10 to 9.
L $50 per month and furnish horse and fis, C. II. Hunter, Louis Harris J. C. Hyde T- k. Thrower do -_.____""__________ ,.tn circulation with impure blood. line-up The tinware, hay, grain feed. He also sells
.1 feed for same. Will also feed convicts Jones, E. P. Johnson, D. Lennon, ."hn Roberts Altman do juror_________ 140 Of course you can't be well under was as follows: fruits, bread, cakes and soda water.
T. M. Waldo-Cannon
Jack-on this ::
t- at rate of 40 cents per day for E. Lewis M. W. :Mann.: J. S. McCormick n'is'-l of Com'rs State Institutions rep'TV" 100 Indigestion condition. It means, headaches, Wintners Stewart., Milligan, Webb, Everything as low as possible: Treatment
kidney ,
each convict." ('a", *"' trouble, coughs, courteous
S. H. :Moore: ronvirt and no pains sparedto
F. T. Norman, W. 100 on colds, etc Starke-Wilbur Scott Jim
J. B. fowling filed application for S. Parker, M. C. Rosier, J. :M.: Reddish, H.. !s.' trew'snJTI" the position of captain of convicts J. H. Ritch, Albert Smith, Jake Sapp, J.7. .4 R. Bmwn .1--0 ___hh___________ 1.00 1.110 Perunacreases B Powell.Mr. Colley, John man a call and be convinced.-Adv.
working on public road of said B. I. Taylor n J. McKinney do ______________ assisting
J. 1.110
county Whitten. Gar 'f
subject to the orders of said board: "I District No. 9-James M. Brown, J, (:'.. J... Jon.4Ib.t. doCr ----__-______________-_. 1.lIn 1.00 the circulation, invigorates the The Ocala High School as referee : Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
will fill such position and give the very 5. Boyd, John D. Crawford Chas. :: '-.0o.: Tison wit N. Jackson ___ ___ 1 24) system, removes the waste matter and boys will Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
M. do
best attention '4. O. --- _____.________I___ 1.2(1( brightens play our first team tomorrow (Saturday OINTMENT falls to cute any case of Itching.
for Dennison
possible the following "drI'U you up.
Joseph F. Edenfield Foster juror ____________ afternoon Blind Bleeding Protruding riles in 6 toHdiyt.
"on.rt 1./1/1 )
i compensation, to-wit: Captain Clover, Geo. W. Harrison Henry J. 'lay Xl'wsom Wit, do ----_________________-__ 1 on Over 44 YearsOf j on the Starke campus. The first application gives Ease and Rest. SOc.
do __
______ ,
salary per month, $65. Feed of Leverett Allen C. TIIills] l.on
convicts Langford _
0. A. :Mi- -- __ ______ service
J.' to the
per day each, 50 cents." The zeH. John :M.: Rogers R. B. Roberts R. Dryan do"--_;__:______:_"__-_ 1.00 l.fllI place with you. public entitles it to a

tions board after considering the applica- R. T. Taylor, Willie A. Werts, R. Leslie Total ------------_________________-_ 365.90 It Makes
presented upon motion and second Ward. The board adjourned Good

: the application of J. B. Dowlingwas District No. 10-G. W. Andrews J. first Monday in February. until the The Penraa Company Columbus Ohio B. Z.
accepted and his appointment con- E. Adkins. John J. Banks Stafford S. S. T. DOWLING I You can get Peruna in tablet form MATTHEWS \

firmed by vote of the board.J. Crews Fred D aver, W. :3: !. Hod es, W. T. WEEKS, for convenience. .

C. McCIcndon appointed to the position John Hodges, Sidney S. Johns, Clayton Clerk. Chairman. Artesian Well Driller .
j jI
of janitor for court house at $15 C. Johns. L. D. Johns. :M.: L. Johns. D.
per month. W. Kelley.

I?. J. Andrews and J. J. Blackwelder District No. ll-J. R. Bevill, J. C. 300 KILLED IX EARTHQUAKE EDGAR EYES I havead twenty-four years experience in :

- appointed to investigate the condition Barry? O. W. Dyal Chesley Fogg, :M.: WHICH HITS NEAR FORMOSA OpticianVfi Tested '
. of the public road leading from Providence -j D. Jones Tho< :Mills: C. B. Roberts, JACKSONVILLEFLA I \Vell drilling in Florida. 1 1I

to Summers bridge across the :; J. :M.: Thomas W. T. Wasden. J. H. TOK1O Broken l..n.Sea Duplicated 1j

Olustee creek and make their report Surrency E. T. Stewart, Oscar Knight have, Jan. .-Three hundred perSons Same Day as Rtcitved I guarantee to salisjaclorily complete all

\. at the next meeting of the board. I I R. A. Jones, Doe. Hilliard, L Gray. ed in been killed 1 and many injur V&S.k1 onflail Orders-We 1\1 Postate I J.

t.; Upon motion and second it was ordered ,I District No. 12-B. J. Alderman, J. an earthquake in central For- "= 140 W. FORSYnt aT. J : CONTRACTS
l the convicts be W. fllr8Sa. according to
I that county Batton. Fred Cloversettle, R. M. dispatches from

worked for 60 days in each county I Cason. H. E P n..tTlf'r. J. S. Griner, Jr., e Taihoku stimated, the Formosan capital. It h Take To Cure a Cold In One Day Raiford ::-: Florida .

I commissioners district before moving ]M. J. Green, G. W. Hinson, W. A. Jones d estrc'red.that a thousand houses Were Cough LAXATIVE aDd Headtche BROMO end Quinine.works 08 It the stop Cold.the \ ,

Drugs refund money i( it fails to cure.
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News. of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I the vicinity of Lake Okeechobee were j AN ARIZONA FEUD RUB OUT PAIN

.-,.- given as the reason for the delay in Monday morning many people were

: completion of the West Palm Beach interested in watching the unloadingof with good oil liniment That's
canal from Lake Worth Lake Okee-
LiveState NeT chobee in a statement to made by Ben the steam road roller to be used by Fifth of the Times-Union One. the surest: way to stop them.
the :McCrary company for compactingthe [The best rubbing liniment is|
Johnson the the
I contractor having
streets before the paving brick are Novel a Week Series Of
work of the canal. Mr.
constructing laid. The roller moved under its own
Told by Our Exchanges. Johnson said that the canal would be down incline Family Reading
steam from a flat car, an MUSTANGLINIMENT
completed February 1, at the latest.
made of a cribwork of cross ties, to -
le said that the trouble occurred
about the ground. The machine _weighs! "And what's a Bad Man?" asked the

TAr.IPA.-Over a thousand books, he was very tired and to relax would two and one-half miles from the lake, about 30 tons, nine-tenths of whichweight girl, carefully brushing away the lit-
of every description, were donited to take delaying the work of the suction the wheels tle white of
a walk to the cemetery and put is supported by rear heap alkali dust that had
the Tampa free public library Satur- some flowers on his baby girl's grave. dredge Culebra, which is now fast fin- which have a tread of 24 inches each. settled imperceptibly in her lap. "I
day by the people of this city. Several hours ishing its work. Small boats can now of the real "
later he was found lying This puts a weight about 500 poundson mean capital-letter kind.

across the grave having the revol- navigate the canal, but the larger every spot a wheel touched, and Wiggins pushed his Stetson far backon Good for the Ailments of

ber still clasped in his hand, and witha boats would have difficulty in getting the half rotten deck of the car could his grizzled head and spat thoughtfully Horses Mules
PLANT CITY.-The strawberry the Culebra. There Cattle Etc.
around are reported ,
ghastly wound in his head. He was not have supported much more. on the off mule.
movement from this city made a big not dead but unconscious. He was to be several rge enterprises Engineer M. B. Davis stood at the "A bad man? Why, I reckon one Good for yovi otcr fiches,

jump Tuesday of last week, when the rushed to the hospital where he died at awaiting the completion of the canal throttle, and, conned by Engineer H. who ain't good, lady." 'Vuii, r..:_ri.f.ii.._ Drains,

use of four express cars was necessaryto 4 o'clock.TIn the letter to his wife before starting their work along the Freeman, deftly guided the monster That's how W. B. M. Ferguson opens Cute Burns r*,,
send out the day's production of 16- route of the canal. ,
he stated that he was without a cent down the precarious incline. By reversing "The Arizona Feud," his most start-
080 quarts. Up to the 29th the season's 25c. 5Oc. $I. At all Jers.OLD.
and could not meet all his accounts the engine a stop could be ing tale of the Western cowmen. From *
shipment 54,745 quarts. with the county and throught that she WOMEN AS "BOOZE ARTISTS." made at any point. Twenty-five feet laughter to tears, from shocks of circumstances -

and his little daughter, Enid, would be from the foot of the incline stood a to flashes of unprobed human -

TALLAHASSEE. office of the better off if he were dead. Besides his tank car, but the roller was stopped so nature the tale hurries forth

treasurer was abolished from wife and little daughter, he is survivedby There are some hotels in Jackson- far from it that there was room to across the scale of emotion. The first
this state on January 1, by reason of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. ville which while magnificent in construction turn it off the track. This was a tick- installment will appear January 13,

the act of the 1913 session of the state Graham, of Connor, and a number of and equipment, are proving a lish job and the engineers were prob- the last on the following Saturdayaweek

legislature. The business of the officeis I brothers and sisters. He was a mem- decided menace to the city, because ably glad when they had the machineon of thrills.

now handled chiefly by banks desig- ber of Marion county's best known they make special features of booze terra firma. The Times Union offers other important -
club& and for mixed crowd
families. hilarity a features. Members-plprr r-f
the various county boards.
nated by
>If people. SINCE CATTS GOT IN.I the legislature are publishing in the ., c-o R..

TAMPA.-A office The city ordinances permit women daily editions articles concerning the .
12-story building
OCALA. Mr. W. L. Colbert is mak- t:o drink intoxicants in all places where
they will introduce
is to be erected at the corner of Zack ] did expect to see the stars at leastto or
arrangements to start the t:hree hot meals are served. advocate when s
ing up soap law-makers
I and Marion streets by Atlanta capi- change their course convene RUBBER COPPER
-x factory as soon as possible. lie has While it is true that many society in April. These reviews
1 talists, it is announced here. The syndicate And somewhat thought the church of appear TIRES
services of :Mr. 1 indulge in these festivities its
engaged the J. B. women would only in the Times-Union. In addition,
4 of capitalists which to God yield to temporal
Black, an experienced man of Dayton, erect a building at a cost proposes of between j, also true that some hotels do not force; the only complete report of the daily TUBES LEAD

0., to superintend the work. Mr. Black $400,000 and $500,000 is headed by Dr. 1 haw the line and women of bad reputation I thought I'd hear the shouts of men proceedings of the legislature will appear ROPE SCRAP IRON
will arrive within the next few days. I are also given entrance. Decent daily in the Times-Union.
T. H. Abbey. An option has been secured with voices wild and hoarseAs For
I people are beginning to get the RAGS BONES
next six months the
l_ on the lot on which the First they renounced their creed and Times-Union
'. TALLAHASSEE. Two specially Presbyterian church stands for $55,000 'alarmed and are complaining. Visitors faith so dear from every source offers most interesting reading, and invites
I have also expressed themselves in SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PMflrTO
non-subscribers to in
mail their
constructed refrigerator cars are be- The congregation has bought a lot at When Catts got in.
ing built by the Seaboard Air Line Hyde Park avenue and West Lafayette severe condemnation.It subscriptions now, to insure receiving Write For PricdistftHIHSOlMHfrMCQ

railway to handle the milk and cream street, where its new church home will is a fact that young girls and I did expect to feel the earth just [every issue without delay. i \
t boys hardly reaching stage
and dairy products of the dairymen: of be built. Arrangement have been made tremble with the shockI
at certain hotels for no
Tallahassee and Leon county, who will by Dr. Abbey and his associates of congregate other than to drink intoxi- thought perhaps the firmament itself Winter Brings Cold to Children.A 657 C.BAY JACHSONVIUl.ru. ,

ship their goods to Jacksonville. It is Atlanta and Judge E. J. Binford, of cants and purpose have high old time. would gently rock, child rarely goes through the entire

expected that the cars will be ready by this city, to take over the lot and it is Dixie has always a favored liberal And Father Time's old hour-glass be winter with out a cold, and every

January 15th.POMPANO.Early. planned to begin construction of the a changed into a clock, mother should .have a reliable remedy
skyscraper by May 1. construction of the laws relating to And all the Jews and Catholics be led handy, Fever, sore throat, tight chest Stiff, Sore Muscles Relieved.
such matters, but the thing at presentis
off to the block, and croupy coughs are sure symptoms.A Cramped muscles or soreness following -
Tuesday morn- being overdone and it is sometimesseen
dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey
When Catts in. cold of
or case grippe are
J. C. Hunter was found dead in MIAMI.-Billie Sweet whose fatheris that have left got a
ing I intoxicated women will loosen the phlegm, relieve the con- eased and relieved by an -applicationof
his cabin, having committed suicide by a landscape gardener at Miami hotels and been put in an auto and sent gested lungs and stop the cough. Its Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain
But I the itself is
, i hanging himself. Nothing could be Beach and lives near the second canal home. now see sun shining antiseptic pine balsam heal and soothe. thq, kin or clog the pores like mussy

found to account for his despondency.His bridge, was disobedient and his mother Dixie is obtaining some facts in this bright today For croup, whooping cough and chronic ointments or plasters, and penetrates
body was shipped to Live Oak, spanked him, but mother did net connection which when published willno And all the streams of Florida flow bronchial troubles try Dr. Bell's quickly without rubbing. Limber up

. ;. where his wife and family live. Mr. know that Billie was loaded or rather doubt result in an ordinance that gently on their way; Pine Tar Honey. At all druggists, your muscles after exercise, drive out

Hunter came here from Live Oak tot that he had a cap pistol with a hun- will put a stop to certain women who But very few true Cattocrats are not 25c. (3)) the pains and aches of rheumatism,

farm for R. Turner. dred caps in his hip pocket. As the walk the streets meeting friends and one-half so gay neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprainsand

'- spanks were being laid on the pistol winding up in a drink-fest in some ho- As when they worked like slaves lax-Fos, A Mild Effective uxitti I liver Tonic bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Geta

MIAMI.-Recent developments in went off and exploded forty or fifty of tel. themselves so Catts could draw Does Not Grip nor Disturb the Stomach. bottle today. At all druggists, 25

the long distance service in Florida the caps, tearing a great hole in the Dixie has been criticized time and the payWhen Catts in. In addition to other properties Lax-Fos cents. (3)
got Cascara in acceptable form, a
Atlantic States has made it seat of Billie's trousers and causinga time again by being too liberal. This
and the stimulating Laxative andTonic.
Lax-Fos The Quinine That Does Hit Affect The headBecause
severe burn on the right hip. A phy- '
possible for the Miami Telephone Co. censure comes alike from the church It seems too "tame" to find the factsso acts effectively and does not gripe nor of its tonic anA latative effect. LAXATIVE .
to now offer service to New York, Boston sician was called in to dress the burn people and the law-abiding liquor deal- different from his word, disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
l Northern In and found it necessary to give anti- ers. The latter clearly see that unless digestion,arouses the liver and secretions Quinine and does not cousr nervousness ncr
, and other points. con- And see the few who get the feed de- ringing in head. Rem mht't the full name and
nection with this long distance service, tetanus serum as a precautionary there is a change along this line pub nied the common herd, and restores the healthy functions. SOc. look for the signature oiW.. GROVE. 25c.

of the Saturday measure against lockjaw. Billie is' lie sentiment will soon be aroused .
a patron company Who hooked the bush and bellowed too -
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morning had a conversation with Bos- taking his meals standing, eating off which would make Duval county at whenever Catts preferred.Alas .
, the mantel piece, while his father is (
least "as dry as a powder horn.
ton. they find no grazing now whereall
making family law against boys carrying -
There are disgraceful scenes in some that whirlwind stirred-
I in their hip pockets.
caps so-called clubs daydisgracefulscenes
DELRAY.-What was probably a I every Since Catts got in. -- -
in of hotels.
some our
record for strawberries in this
price JACKSO VILLE.-Internal Women in many walks of life gather D. F. MCDONALD
reve- ,
state obtained on Christmas morn-
ing at was this place, when one quart of nue receipts in the district of Florida with men and drink just the same as Lake Butler, Fla. ALL PURE HAVANA

the berries sold in front of the post for the year ending December 31st exceeded men.Unlike
Evansville, Cincinnati and r.
office for nine dollars. The berries those of the previous year by (
0. Johnson in his about a quarter of a million dollars, other places where men take their
were back yard grown and by were the first of the totaling $1,830,181.92, divided as fol- wives to indulge in a bottle of beer or Full Supply of The popular cigar of the South. Made by the :

offered for sale. Mr. Johnson lows: Assessed taxes, etc., regular, light wines in a beer garden, many

1 season received one dollar for the berries and $47,857.72; asssessed taxes, etc, cor- Jacksonville women; yes, hundreds, or- I COFFINS AND CASKET STARKE CIGAR COMPANY

civic poration excise and income, $116,624.08 .- der whiskey, mixed drinks and cock-
donated the balance to the Ladies t
1- association to be used for charitable ; assessed taxes, etc., individual income tails. They know all the names and All Sizes and Qualities Geo. L. Massey, Prop. - Starke, Fla.
x $135,024.98; special tax stamps, call for them just as loudly and"proudly"
1h 4a
purposes. $91,033.12; tobacco and snuff stamps I as the old-time barroom Always on Hand

; ,other than tin foil, $1,370.48; cigar !bum.Dixie t
FELLSMERE-By the almost unan- is unalterably and everlastingy -
and cigarette stamps, $1,190,761.79;
ft :' imous vote of 61 for to 2 against, the spirits, stamps tax paid and export, opposed to immoral women gather- PRICES REASONABLEJ.

electors of this city on Friday of last $46,805.66; fermented liquor stamps, ing in any public place for the purposeof 1 1i

-'" ', week voted to issue bonds in the I $43,383.75; December stamps, $149- getting "tanked up." The time has C. CONE i

amount of $50,000, the proceeds to be 134.43; wine and cordial stamps, $7- arrived for Dixie to get busy and give Lawtey oFlorida

!# expended in hardsurfacing streets, 957.81; opium order forms, $228.10.FT. facts and figures to the public. This n Get strawberry
sidewalk construction and surface will no doubt be startling to the pub- your I

fl : drainage. The bonds were sold on lic. It may arouse public sentimentin r. I

.f Friday at private sale at a premiumof PIERCE.-Since October 1st, such a way that the "wide open" a!
General Insurance
three and a half per cent., bringing'a the beginning of the new license year, council will pass some sort of an or-

total of $51,750. This marked one i 431 automobile licenses have been issued dinance that will protect the young I represent none but FIRST tickets now ;:

11 ,of the quickest bond transactions ever from the county tax collector'soffice boys and girls of this town. It may CLASS companies and will be .
recorded in Florida. being 36 more than were issued. arouse some fathers and mothers to
constantly on the alert to r
during the entire preceding twelve the importance of looking a little more pro-
motorcycle licenses mote your interests. Guarantee
With practically all of months. Twenty-three carefully after their sons and daugh-
QUINCY.- have thus far been issued, mak- courteous treatment to all pa- 1i
last year's tobacco crop sold by the motor behicles licenses ters.Jacksonville trons. A well written ,
attention is ing a total of 454 and Florida should be policy by
';'s packers at good prices, issued during the first three the playground of America, but this a first-class agent in a first-
{snow being directed to crop
will consist of at months of the license year, with prob- is not play. The way the thing is con- class company sometimes means i
| which it is predicted ]
| -much larger acreage than that of last ably fifteen or twenty unlicensed cars ducted in certain places is a shame I much in case of loss ty fire. DON'T ii i
in the county. This gives an averageof ful evil.
of 1916 was
Iii 'year. The tobacco crop vehicle to H. C. RICHARD Starke
leaf that the county one licensed motor every No unmarried female should be allowed ,
the highest grade
difficulty was 19th person in St. Lucie county, basedon to drink in public places. If f'r.
F :hoe ever produced and no Thisis
in not the 1915 population census. women must drink, let them be accom- .
i experienced by the packers
the highest average of any ,
no doubt panied by their husbands. This men-
li; ly finding a market for the entire theiri crop county in Florida and probably is only ace has gone too far in Jacksonville. COFFINS CASKETSAnd 1
'[ but for all that had been left on the I (
few counties in
hands from the before. The equaled by a very Nearly every member of the councilis a full line ofUndertakers'
year entire South. married, with charming wives and
.t powers secured a fair price for ARCADlA.-The citizens of Brown- daughters. These members do not indorse Supplies .

;sell-ing ville community were greatly alarmed such evils. Why don't they be- Always on hand. The best ser- IJ I

devote con- Monday afternoon when the little four- gin now and pass an ordinance to stop vice at the lowest prices. Special ... l
to a
j| 'naturally encouraged again year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed this debauchery? No other city in the attention to telegraph orders.
> : 'liderable acreage to the crop off in the woods and WAIT
s, : -Stokes wandered Union is as liberal is Jacksonville in
is 'i I this year. I became lost in the thick undergrowth. this particular.The Registered Embalmer 1
1 o
. The mother- missed the child about .. mayor and the police know the

r.t I DeLAND.-Saturday night about 9 o'clock and immediately notified her disgraceful conditions, but point to the DeWITT C. JONES

:o'clock between the ferry and the city husband, when a searching party was :ordinance where females can drink Suc'sr to G. C. Livingstoh & Co

.of Sanford, Jim Yeargin in his car and at once made up to look for the little where meals areserved.. .4

: 't horse driven wagon crashed into fellow. The news was telephoned to Any old dive can serve meals in or- Starke, Fla. 1 :i

each other; the accident breaking the ,this city and a number of men drove 'der to sell booze to women. In some
Jtorse's legs and throwing the men out out in autos to assist in finding the places there are often more women v .

zou. : of the wagon, injuring one of them. I little boy before he should wander than men drinking. till the last minute

.. 7 ;Only slight bruises were sustained by entirely out of reach, or be drownedin Dixie proposes to keep up this fight :

ya.oa, ttose in the car, Charles McCrory get- Peace river, which flows near by until a remedy is supplied. J. R. Davis

ting the worst of it with a front tooth the Stokes plantation. The incidentwas Taking advantage of the present or- f

t :!hocked out. The car was pretty badly a heartrending one for the family dinance is making too many women & Company r

'nashed up. The horse, it is said, was and the sympathizing friends as they and too many young men drunkards, i :

;th! property of a gentleman named pictured before them the many things and the thing has gone beyond the lim 6 -

i Ir\;!filler, resident of Sanford. It is also that could happen to so small a child
.. lined that Yearszin was travelingslIftboUt lost_ in the woods with night approaching will the city council do aboutit INSURANCE THE TELEGRAPH
lights which was the direct and the many dangers from wildhogs ?

I"[*.;ranee of the accident. The injuries to vicious cattle and other beasts How about it, Mayor Bowden?

sad horse were such that it became which roam at will in this unfenced How about it, you fathers and moth- {

leeuarv.tokillhim., section of country. About four o'clock ers? Starke, :-: Florida ] of
Tuesday morning the searching party Let this be an issue in the coming every description.

J finding the little fellow campaign. Let all the wards get busy i+
OIA.A.-1ohc.h.m rewarded by
this city, was
'? of who had wandered until completely and see how the councilmanic candi-, Whenever You Need General Took promptly and at reasonable '
y' sty treasurer, committed suicide onrday exhausted, and had fallen down under dates stand.Dixie.No Take Grove'sThe -

afternoon by shooting him- to sleep. Old Standard Grove's Tasteless i
and gone
-i. His tragic death has plunged the some trees was not very cold, chill Tonic is equally valuable u i rates''

i&t into grief. There was no more Luckily the night little boy had already Argument&Any General Tonic because It contains the

,,jlJBdtr young man in the county. He and when found the war experts in this cotnmualtrr -, well known tonic properties efQUINIM! 4
and was apparently -
i -: about 38 of and his become awakened asked the new arrival. "No. answered end IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive
years age, I fear. When he "We're aU toiler, the Blood and
....i act financial diffi- wild with the native. out Malaria, Enriches
was caused by he soon be- Whole 50 cents
however, hereabouts. Builds np tM System.
his rescuers, friendly
wrote his wife a letter which saw bul

;: Imailed about noon,..telling her that came normal.

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'I mere drop in the bucket. They say LAKE BUTLER.The URS. COLLEY CLUB.Wednesday .

Bradford County! Telegrapl that to make the Everglades cultivatable r 1

and habitable"will require at least
whole community was in deep afternoon the Civic
dollars.It cliff
entered forty when they learn I F. y,
Published Weekly and u sew readersof adness last Saturday the home of Mrs. J.
be recalled by some met at
: ond class matter at the poet-office at the may Telegraph that this paper ventured ed that Miss Ruth Green had passed where they were hospitably: entf rtain:
She has been ill for a longtime ; session and social
away. business
! Starke, Florida. the prediction seven or eight the ed during the
and had every
that to make the Everglades; half hour.
years ago best medical skill, but her recovery the memberwere S
Editor and Own*r cultivatable and habitable, if it could very A large number of UNIVERSAL CAR
S. was impossible. Ruth was a very; and the Club discusse THE
15'to 2(1( ,
all would require present
be done at ,
EL E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor amiable girl and had many friends pertaining to d eamnj
and at least fifteen to twenty civic matters I
years the
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to town abo
{ millions of dollars. The idea of such and beautifying our ; ,
Mrs. Bob Green and family.Mr. the us
3 Mr. and club house for
F. E. Bobbins is no longer the editor a thing was ridiculed We at the time to have by Schell Carver has returned to possibility various a women's organization Every lactor of a good investment is met in the
enthusiasts. seem of the
of the Fernandina Record, but will enter drainage Atlanta, Ga., to finish his course of first
utIltlow cost
t other field of endeavor. Au under-estimated the cost by about half of Starke. concluded" Ford car for business small
some study. had been
i The letter of the Everglades Drain After the business depreciation. With these
revoir, Bro. Bobbins. to Governor Catts is full Miss Georgia Epperson spent the Mrs. Colley treated her guests to upkeep, minimum
SOur age League week end with friends in Lake City. car performance you can buy at
eatables. motor
4:1 councilmen have been prodigal 3- of ginger. It rehashes the, old, old Winni a delicious spread of all the
with new ordinances of late. Let charge that the railroads are attempting I Townsend Misses Louise Ada Register Saunders and, Minni any price. In city or country Ford service is close

them pass an ordinance to forbid any; tQ prevent the drainage of the Moore visited the State Farm las EVENING SERVICE AT PRESBYTERIAN at hand-the service that keeps more than 1,750,000
show that can be classed as a publi 'Glades by the state in order that they CHURCH.
Sunday.Mr. in daily use.
so-called merrygorounds gobble the lands. This is done,, Ford cars
nuisance, including may Williams of Gainesville,
,s C. A. ,
from being allowed to be hel of course, for the purpose of scaring was transacting business in town las Tourimg Car $360, Runabout $345, Couplet $505,

; within two hundred yards from any; legislators into line when the question Tuesday.Mr. Sunday evening at Presbyteria Car $595 Sedan $645-al! f. o. b. Detroit.Remember .

?, dwelling, store, office or church in of bonding the state is presented to I F. M. Rivers, Mr. C. F. River church Mr. Denison renewed a book! Town ,
the league is likely H. drive their cars all the
the legislature, but I Rev. Robert Ford owners
town. and Percy Rivers motored over to the of sermons 'written by : t
o ] to have a strenuous time when it I under the title, lee, ;
State Farm on Tuesday, attending to Morris, D. D., around. -
to vote year
the Britisl comes to inducing legislators ; "
Those Germans do twist business affairs. ing Through the Sermon.
lion's tail to an intolerable extent for a constitutional amendment carrying Mr. C. H. Register believes in fin This was a particularly interestiniservice I I Starke :

Their latest trick is to mine all the a forty million dollar bond issue stock of all kinds, and gives specia to many of the Starke pP.ople,1

harbors in England, Scotland and for Everglades drainage.The attention to his hogs. He has kille because Dr. Morris began !Us.preparation I

Wales. The mines are planted by sub letter gas published in the daily one this week that dressed nearly 600( for the ministry in this churchHe .
divers and are loaded papers of Thursday and reached us of the Central-Nortt; .I
; marines and pounds. There is no reason why people is now pastor
with powerful explosives. Several vessels too late for publication in the Tele- cannot have just such hogs as Mr l j Broad street Presbyterian church of i iI I

including one mine trawler, have graph this week. It will be published Register has all over Bradford county Philadelphia. This church has a membership I I

e already become victims of these insidious I in full next week. Mr. H. L. Fowler has decided to add I of 700 and a Sunday school of]

-1 destroyers.NEW another store to his business for the< 529: and contributed last year $1. 03

ABOUT BIRDS. purpose of keeping everything in the< to home missions and $1,130 to foreigi
PORT RICHEY. line of fanning tools. The buildinj missi l.s. His many friends in Stark

will be a handsome one when finished rejoice that Dr. Morris occupies a field 3 Florida' ,

.t As an answer to our question, When a territory is in the wild state Rev. L. A. Rowe, the evangelisthas ,of such useful labor.

"Where is New Port Richey?" the< comparatively few insects prey upon created a great deal of interest

Telegraph has received a handsomely: the vegetation, and the few birds are with his enthusiastic sermons and lectures Coughs are Dangerous.Get L
illustrated booklet from the New For sufficient to keep them within bounds. at the Christian church. Th Lingering

x Kichey Company, owners and promoters When settlement has become advanced lecture of his prison life Sunday night rid of that tickling cough hat

f: of the place. New Port Riche:: the insects increase, as the cultivated was extremely interesting and verj, keeps you awake at night and drain: -

:: appears to have superseded For plants offer them more liked food. Ii sad. He gave a heartfelt warning to jour vitality and energy. Dr.lalsarr King> -- I

_f" Richey and Pithlachascootee river has, I,the birds are not molested they would young men of getting in conflict witl new Discovery is a laxative pleasant and
antiseptic, verj
without the permission of the board increase in almost the same ratio as the evil of this world. "The only true remedy promptly, effective. It soothes the irritated ,

of geographical nomenclature, been the insects, yet would not be sufficientto way is to lead a Christian life. Th membrane and kills the cole

abbreviated to "Cootee" river. Th( keep the latter down, because nature lecture was given at the Baptist germs; your cough is soon relieved.

town lies, as we half suspected, in Pas is wasteful of her products and church and it was filled with people Delay is dangerous-get Dr. King

= co county. It is eight miles north of! her scheme is to support insect life as and crowds on the outside. New Discovery at once. For nearij NEWE3T )

"' Tarpon Springs, on Dixie Highway, well as plants. But the husbandman Miss Myrtle Blair, the charming fifty years it has been the favonU D OaDJEEi

g and is the terminus of the Tampa & cannot afford to let insects destroy the )foung clerk of the A. Driggers Co., remedy for grippe, croup, coughs ant

Gulf railway. From the pictures we ,fruits of his labors and should, there- returned to her home Thursday. colds. Get a bottle today at your druggist -

- learn that the scenery is beautiful, and fore, protect the birds. The birds increase Mr. T1' E. Waldrup has lately put 50:. (3J,)

from the text we understand that n( with settlement, partly because rhased a new Maxwell car. !

money is being spared in making it''a many of their enemies are destroyed, Mr. B. F. Sprinkle, of Reidsville,, :

charming tourist resort. but they do not increase in the propor- tf. C., was the visitor: of his son, H. L

:-i I tion necessary to destroy the insects.If sprinkle, here this week. nOME GARDENING _

4' s President Wilson's peace note mar they did, many would starve to Miss Dora L. Carr, of Auburn, Ga.,, i

a .r have been a little premature for the i death, a. while some years are propit- is the guest of her brother, Mr. J. N. ii i

a purpose intended, but not so for the ious for insect life, others are the reverie Carr, here this week. She gave a very CUTS DOWN BILLSBrt U1- -VDress

Wall street speculators who were far and nature does not compel any Interesting lecture Thursday night,, ,

ored with a knowledge of its contents' of her free children to starve. which wag thoroughly enjoyed by all.

in advance of everybody else. One well Up-to-date farmers, while they recognize Next Sunday is the regular day -
he made $300- the value of the birds as insect iUiford for the Christian church meet It Mvrt a. a Ihal! Carton. Kept I It
known speculator says
=. 000 on account of the information destroyers and encourage them to in- ng and the appointment will be filled I'lan'Thr..h SMHH,

} Among those who are accused of letting crease, are well aware that the birds at the usual hours. This being the last toy' Hastings

the secret leak out is Mr. Tumulty alone could never be relied upon to appointment of the year, let every

f-f the president's "private" secretary, keep the insects down sufficiently for nember plan to be present. Then, too,, 1tJsata, 0*. (,,.* ) ''fte

t- and, Mr. Boiling, the president's broth the farmer's needs, and, therefore, he report of the committee on planf gr.atni. totMl .. y rB&Mt faro Goods

1 er-in-law, which canot be pleasant foi when it is necessary to do to, resort to work, which was appointed a month ,rwpsrky U U. i.itk Ii tie 'itec
the with is to kill' IU(. far foal and frala tkiUtould
) Mr. Wilson. How many tips about spraying or sprinkling plants ago, report on next Sunday.
the intended commissions I insect poisons, the only effective way aid tft &ld ,. grown eaoatktn .vet?

president's Tumulty has heretofore to destroy insect: pests. Spraying ..,.;" says H. G.f HILIUap,,
f'. or given out, and perhaps profited I rearhes the insects the birds could r'lldut ti. Sout&taiUri Fair The wide range of staple and

never find, and, furthermore, destroys Lssselatiaa and .f the Gtortla Cham-
himself knows
by, only !fungoid parasites, which the birds dor. That the shortage of freight cars Dar .f CeamcrM, in an iuttrTltw oa novelty dress goods in our stock

s L' -- :;; touch. nay greatly interfere with farmer* agricultural conditions: in this Uni makes suitable selection an

PROFITS OF FARMING. Much has been said about giving the upplies of fertilizers, machinery, lime tary. easy
I active destroyer and other necessities i ii the opinion of "A real fardca," says Mr. Hastings matter for
quail, which is an insect you.
I from the ha authorities in the business world "proy.rl7 prepared and pli&ttd, and
t Bankers of Atlanta have made a 1 perpetual protection lost competent to judge. ht iilaaUd throughout tk.a aMson.
,hunters, and the next legislature
close study of the Georgia farm problem I probably make the game laws stricter The shortage is increasing at an will hIp mars to decrease: itor bills We can always show the latest weaves

,,. and they find that a farm prop- than before. Yet do not believe that larming rate, with no relief in sight. than anything else the farmer cu do.
) erly cultivated will pay for itself in the exhilarating sport of quail shooting lie September shortage of 19,000 cars "There are lots of what I Urn 'one and patterns in the popular colors, and

one year. The average Georgia farm :rew to 60,000 in October, 108,000 in planting gardens made, gartUaa witha
short should
can be bought for $13.74 per acre and I be forbidden during a or that open the food season the quail November and close to 150,000 in De- few struggling rows of bans, & few can satisfy you both as to quality and

will produce on the average $15.98 per ember. At this rate March will a dczea cabbages and tomato plants,
furnishes should be denied But ghee
us. we prices. Stop in day and
acre. I I do believe that hogs from other ick of more than the 300,000 cars annually with soma watermelon off to one corner. some soon see
South Georgia's climate is about the game necessary for moving fertiliz- but that's not real gardenias any what have.Courtesy
states should not be granted license to we .
same as North Florida's but middle j I ers alone. more than a youngster's first drawingof
and North Georgia's climate is too cold I destroy our quail or other game. If These figures are authentic and such a cat or a dog on hU slate Is fine
tourists have let them fish
small to must sport, ; art. Our southern folks It Our Watchword
to allow anything but grains eople as the Armour Fertilizer Works generally
have fish in
I will ando
the winter. Florida's cV} j we always plenty don't take the garden seriously, when
I grow during the National Fertilizer Association and J and
Let non-resident be granted Quality Our Standard
: spare. no -
mate allows the growing of profitablecrops thers see in the situation enough ser- as a matter of fact the right kind of
.I i license and let
the round. Our climate is hunting our own a garden, containing & full line of
year jusness to warrant their I
under restriction warning A. M. DARBY Starke Fla.
game hogs put as
the vegetables and all
an important factor in deciding heir close connections to make kept busy season ,
do much for the every
they: not care so sport
J price of land. Is reasonably sure of furnishing at
I effort to place fertilizer orders early
While improved farm land in this lof shooting itself, as for the opportunity to make sure of getting any at all. The least half the living of the family. JL-
of how birds
tate costs, perhaps, on the average, bragging over many sual "I have never seen a 'one crop' section
shipping season on fertilizer
$40 per acre, if we except the more be they forbidden have killed.it is Let the pump gun 'covers six to eight weeks.! The railroads regardless of what particular one FLOWERS fOR ALL OCCASIONSI
the ; no sportmanslike was grown, that did not
high-priced citrus groves, productiveness I ask that at least three months crop have a
t of well tilled land is such run, anyway, as even a blind man be given them this poverty-stricken look, with poor school
I could not help killing birds with it. year.
that what holds good in Georgia should buildings, churches and homes.:
of the country's foremost fertilizer -
The number of cats should also be
hold good here the first year, and be ttricted re- men is sending out this warning: "I have never seen a diversified I THE FLORIST. INCJACKSONVILLE
as cats are great destroyers section that did not have the
i much better in succeeding years. Forty 'Farmers who order their fertilizers signs of
bushels of corn to the acre is a common .lof birds. By observing the above DreMutions will enable prosperity sticking out all over it S
I early the railroads
while the wild! to move FLA.
1' yield on well tilled land, and that we destroy them before the rush "And on practically every fArm in ,
season and
animals that bird life the opens
prey on these
if sold in the state. The prosperous sectionsthe
means $40 raw the
t cars can be unloaded and used
; number of birds that nature thinks several -
net profit on other crops grown before 'jught to exist will be preserved. times and for several hauls instead home garden has an honored WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWN
and after the will for the.
corn pay of one. This will help out the
I "I haven't a thing In the
cultivation and fertilizing of the lat- world
: I railroads, the dealers and the manufac- --- -
ter. But if the corn is converted into HOG REPLEVIN CASE. against the supply and general mer.
i 1 jrers and insure a supply of fertilizers Q
pork it will be worth much more than in when chants but it all of our people would
a year on account ofhigh
bushel. I take the home garden seriously, halt
$1 per for
prices farm
Have looked at the situa- The case, B. E. Rosier vs Neal Da'vis products fertilizers of them would have to go cut of business
you ever replevin, was tried before County I are going to pay bigger profits on for lack of trade. Give
tion from this view point? What other the investment than ever before. The your gardea THE BANK CHECK SYSTEMThe
investment is so sure of bringing Fudge Geo. A. Gardiner Wednesday. dipping of fertilizers a square deal in 1917.
early is of ad-
Davis had some hogs which Rosier
100 per cent profit as farming? This ,antage to the farmer in other
:claimed were his, and wanted Daviso ways,
of but if
means good farming, course, and
: give them up, while the latter early ordering will help every- BE OPTIMISTIC
can farm at all put whole "
you your ody. modern
of financial be-
i knowledge and energy into the work. stoutly,admitted that the porkers belonged With foodstuffs exchange
prices higher than
: to him. The matter was finally lere's Good :News for Starke Residents
f. I brought before the court to be set- 'ever before, a largely increased acreage tween corporations, firms or individuals is by

FORTY MILLIONS FOR DRAINAGE led. Both parties had many witnesses : may be looked for; which means check.It .

I and it developed during the trial that greater demand for fertilizers; which Have you pain in the small of the

through a coincidence both parties had leans demand for even more cars lack?

The announcement came from Tallahassee logs precisely alike. than usual. And there are fewer cars Headaches, dizziness and nervous is more certain, more convenient safer and
few days that the Boardof ,
a ago than for pells?
The jury to decide on the case con- many years past. Early buying I
Commissioners of State Institutionshad iisted of the following gentlemen: R.I i and cooperationth dealers or Are you languid, irritable and I generally more satisfactory to both parties to a
succeeded in making of
a A. Newsome, foreman, J. O. Fralick, neighbors to make up maximum carload weak?
q three and a half million dollars worthof ,. M. McKinney, Wm. Fisher, A. A. j.C. j. > shipments will help assure fair Annoyed by urinary disorders?_ transaction.We .
Everglades bonds and that the
would \e used to prosecute the stokes, M. Z. Sullivan. They broughtn livery. But unless growers take Don't despair-profit by Starke exeriences. -
money a verdict in favor of the defendant. prompt and intelligent action to secure maintain
drainage work. This encouraged the our Checking Deportment for the
Attorneys Joe Hill Williams and A. livery without delay on such items Starke people know Doan's

hope that for Governor state Catts'bond issue threatened wouldbe Z. Adkins represented Mr. Rosier and as will be needed this spring, they Pills-have used them-recommend Kidney benefit of reidents of Starke and vicinity and
a ,
campaign sit
# Attorney D. E. Knight represented may idle and watch the days pass hem.

scheme abandoned getting.and that in a the fair'way drainage to'I 3avis. The many who had come to with no crops in the ground. The situation Here's a Starke resident's statement extend a cordial invitation to utilize this highly

was fitness the trial made it necessary to may be unpleasant, but it is annescapable :
stand on its own legs, for a time, at truth.Constipation efficient service.
hold it in the circuit court room.
least But this hope seems to be rather V. W. Baisden, Starke; says: "I

unsettled by the recent action of the u ised Doan's Kidney Pills about four

Everglades Drainage League, of Fort Drew's Vaporizing Croup and Pneumonia Makes You Dull. y ears ago for kidney complaint. They

Lauderdale. The league has sent to Salve is sold to our patrons to That draggy, listless, oppressed did me a world of good, curing all

Governor Catts "a demand that he enefit We don't want your money if feeling generally results from consti- ymptoms promptly. My back was Bank of StarkeStarke

make good on his campaign promisesby lot benefitted when used in the treat- : ition. The intestines are clogged and trengthened and I felt better in every -

leading a fight at the next session nent of coughs, colds, croup, sore' the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve way."

of the legislature for a state bond,issue hroat, tonsilitis, bronchitis and pn'u-I.thia condition Life Pills at this once eentle with Dr. King'sew Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't I
for Everglades drainage purposes. nonia. Your druggist will supply your .ing laxative is; quickly effective.non-grip-A imply ask for a kidney remedy-get :-: Florida

The league advise,the governor equirements. Manufactured by B. H. dOle at bedtime will make you feel )oan's Kidney Pills-the same that

; that the three and a half millions real- brew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv.l,129t lighter in the morning. Get a bottle Jr. Baisden had. Foster Milburn Co.

ized from the recent bond sale is a tl oday at your druggist, 25c. (3) 'cops, Buffalo, N. Y. 30 I



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Mrs. Sarah Adkins, of Lake Butler, CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. CAMP FIRE GIRLS 't
visiting her son, Col. A. D. Adkins. S
> .
flits The Starve association SEABOARD JUtE TABLE.
cemetery or-
of LocalInformation Rev. W. G. Law was called last weekto Saturday evening Miss Emma Dar- q
Winter: Haven to conduct the funeral ganized during the past year, has vainly by entertained the Camp Fire girls ina S> 0
Schedule chances! 12:01
endeavored a. m.
to sufficient
services of Deacon J. T. Lee who procure most happy manner. The party first :$ December ,
31, 1910. Trains will
funds to out the plan of hiringa the
carry enjoyed
pictures and then
was an old friend and for years a run as follows: .
JL member of Mr. Law's church. Mr. sexton to keep Crosby cemetery in went to Miss Darby' home where they !> .

Lee's good order. spent the remainder of the evening ;. Jacksonville .
141L1 I II body was shipped to Princeton, to Tampa.
c..urwlrll o.P ..... .., Ind., for interment Mr. Law accompanying The following circular letter was laying games and enjoying refresh- No. 3----___________10:40: a. m. 0
.... .. .... Cm.. .I r..... the remains and conducting sent out to all property owners: ments. No. 1-----_.11:14 p. m. 4

the last sad rites in Princeton. Last A cemetery association has been. Miss Darby has done much the past No. 15 "Floridian"_ 2:52 p. m. 4 _
formed in Starke for the of I to 3> .
Saturday morning Mr. Law returnedto purpose I year promote the welfare of the
Starke. keeping the cemetery at Crosby Lake Camp Fire organization, and to make $ Jacksonville to Cedar Key.
Denis Taylor, of Highland, had busi- Mrs. C. S. Durling visited friends at in as good condition as is possible under pleasant the social life of the girls. *> No. 21._.__ 4:56 p. m. \
ness in Starke Saturday. Lawtey Wednesday. present circumstances.The b <*>
ATTENTION, VETERANS. $ Tampa to Jacksonville.
immediate object of said association METHODIST CHURCH NEWS.
Wm. Kalch, of Hampton, was in Spring line of ladies' is to keep a sexton, whose duty ? No. 4. 3:37 p. m. <8>
slippers has No. 2_.. 5:20 0
town Saturday. J. J. Dickison Camp will be to rake and weed lots a. m.
arrived at Sternberg's. No. 1917, U'I out and % No. 16
Our first prayer meeting for the new "Floridian" .. 5:54 p. m.
C J. V., will meet the streets fill in sunken and
at court house in graves, remove ecclesiastical S> 4

I Juniper Hall of Sampson City, was Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, has Starke on January 19, 1917, at 10 a. rubbish. day evening, year January was 3rd held, and Wednes there $ Cedar Key to Jacksonville. .

I in town Saturday. been in Starke during the week. m., for the purpose of transacting such The work will be done under the were twenty : S> No. 20-,-?. 9:27 a. m. i
business as will come before the meet- careful supervision of the association. persons present, every- ?> (1

.P. L. Gaskins, Esq., of Jacksonville, Dr. L. L. Lamb of Brooker ing. As full attendance is possible is Repairs to fences or monuments will one taking some part in the service. Starke and Wannee. .
was The[ officers of the Junior
spent Sunday with relatives in Starke. business visitor to Starke a desired. be attended to on request of subscribers league were (Daily Except Sunday) .
Monday.Mr. installed at this service.
Our t
W. T. WEEKS (who will constitute the membersof boys No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. 0
and girls have a part and place in the No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45
.Jay Alderman spent Sunday with and Mrs. Zack J. Roberts left Captain Commander. the association) but cost for same mid-week p. m.
meeting the
L relatives in Lake Butler. Sunday for their will not be included in the annual dues. prayer just 0
new home at St. same as our older people. > T. J. GRIFFIN 4
George Ga. The cemetery, being situated in an *
was a larger attendance at Agent. .
RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves oak forest, is in need of constant at- Sunday school last .. :

rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. A. Z. Adkins motored over to Lake tention. than for some time past.Sunday With morning such a !> OOOOOO C. '!> .1C F <9 O'!>
Butler Wednesday The infant daughter of Mr. and Heretofore ladies of Starke would
to attendto good and such
superintendent able
,D. E. Knight, Esq., and little son, legal business. Irs. Wesley Dyal of Brooker, died December canvass the town for funds to pay the teachers there is

Paul, were in the metropolis Tuesday. 27, 1916, and the remains were hands to clean the cemetery once cr attendance should no not reason double why our WHAT ISLAXFOS
Miss laid to rest in the family lot at Mt. twice a year.
Rosemary Hull of the this Let
Lawtey all
year. our people plan to
Carload of fertilizers just receivedby High School Sinai cemetery. These cleanings would cost from
faculty, visited relatives come to Sunday school next
the Young Trading Company near in Starke during the week.E. Another babe is laid to rest forty to fifty dollars each and the cem- norning. Sunday

depot. It Beneath the dew wet sod; etery would be beautifully clean for a The preaching service last
L. Her spirit bright short time. Then falling leaves and Sunday
Crosby well
a known citizenof morning was even
t more largely
Rev and Mrs. L. C. Futch of limbs would soon cause the whole -
Rai- the Brooker Has taken its flight
section LAX-FOS is
was transact- than on the preceding Sab- an improved Cascara
ford, were visitors to Starke Satur- There to place to take on an air of neglect.
I .ing business in Starke Monday. commune with God. bath. Good interest manifestedat
was itODlc-laiatiie/
( to takeIn
I, The forming of an association. seemed ) pleasant
l 2:
both the
day.C. W. E. I I I I In peaceful slumber she'll remain to be the only solution. morning and evening hoursof LAX-FOS the C&:+ara is improved by
Wainwright for
worship. The music
many years was good
the addition of certain
S. Durling shipped several crates deputy clerk of the I Till the book of life is read In time the association hopes to
circuit court is ; kind
many were enough to say the which increase the efficiency of the
t\ of strawberries last week. They again a member of the office force in .She has but left this world of pain, purchase the whole property so it can sermons did them good. The pastorin Cascara, making it better than ordinary
brought $8 per crate. the clerk's Slumbering but not dead. better care for it and have it properly
'.. office. fenced. many places has preached to much Cascara. LAX-FOS is pleasant to take
{ larger congregations but and does not gripe nor disturb stomach.
t Messrs. T. M. Hagan and P. B. Hunt L. R. 'Greene and M. P. Matheny 0, how I hope to meet with her The plan of financing the associationwill sweeter and never to a Adapted to children as well as adults.
more appreciative
j 'well known Hampton men, were in well known citizens of Brooker, were When this sad life is o'er; be by annual dues. It has been The intelligent faces before people. him- Just try one bottle for constipation. 50c.

Starke Friday. transacting business in Starke Tues Where angels bright forever stay, decided that the most reasonable way and the marks of appreciation written -
of assessing dues will be to set minimum !
day. And parting is no more. a -
upon those faces gives the pastoran EVER SALIVATED BY
of dollar and maximum of
Passengers of the trains eagerly buyf one a

r early strawberries peddled by Starke :Mr. E. K. Ferryman, wso is studying She has only gone to prepare a home five dollars, as there are many who other inspiration source. that can come from no CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!

boys. law at the University of Florida law For her many friends to dwell; arc unable to pay as much as others; The Junior League was well attended I
school, was a guest Sunday at the Until that time we'll always pray- and while it is expected that those who Sunday afternoon and Calomel
quite a number is Quicksilver and Acts 1
i W. T. Tompkins, the naval stores home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Dear little Iva Mae, fare thee well! are able will give the maximum of new members were added to the

1 man, is enjoying a vacation with rela- A FRIEND. amount, dues may range from one dollar number already enrolled. Master Joe Like Dynamite On
: tives near St. Petersburg. Mr. to five dollars, according to a per- Your
George Powell, a Starke boy son's Wainwright conducted the service in a Liver.

t who has been living at Newton, N. C., CHURCH CONFERENCE An ability annual to pay. all very able manner. The president, sec- -
How many of our readers saw the for several years, is here on a visit to report of money received retary and other leaguers assisted him Cal.m l loses
and expended will be you a day You know
1: total eclipse of the moon Monday his parents,- Mr and Mrs. Robert S. in this meeting. Mrs. Barr the
., morning? Powell.C. A conference of the church of Latter Hereafter, dues will be payable superintendent what calomel ii. It's mercury; quick- t,
Day Saints will be held at Oak Between January lit and 15th. Dues! is highly pleased with the silvsr. Calomel if dangerous. It

C. Grove church on Tuesday, January16th. for the present year are requested to prospects before this Junior Leaguefor emit into sour bie: like dynamite, 1
J. the
Cone .
Lawtey furniture R. has the
Ensey gone to Tropic, on new year. A Senior League
The conference be cent cramping and sickening Calomel
man will be presidedover at once so plans can be made you.
and undertaker, was in town on the Indian river to look after the mar- by President Chaa. A. Callis of for the year. will soon be organized taking in all attacks the bones and should never be

_. -Monday.. keting of the .fruit from his orange the Southern States Mission, and The association will be a great advantage our young people from 14 years of age put into your system.

grove. President A. F. Bigga, of the Florida to families who have moved up. No Methodist church fulfills its When you feel bilious sluggish, con-

:. Conference. Other prominent church- away and who are at a loss to knowto proper minion with a Senior League tipattd and all knocked out and be-
Mrs. Emma Wimberley, of Mobile, M. Cameron, who was a busting dep- for our young people.T. lien
need dose of
men will be present and take part in whom to apply to have their lots you a dangerous
Ala.. is visiting her brother Col. A. uty for Sheriff Denmark
will serve L. Z. BARR, calomel just remember that
Adkins. the meeting. Dinner will be served on given proper care; since no one will your druggist -
Z. as office. deputy under Sheriff Epperson. the grounds. A cordial invitation is willingly neglect the resting place of Pastor. ..!!. for 50 cents a large bottle

extended to the public to loved ones. of nd&an' T.vi. Tnna.. which is on.tirely .
generally attend
--- -- --
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hainlin of Jacksonville IN MEMORY '
vegetable and pleasant to take
the meeting. The association is sending out this j ;
spent last Sunday with Mr. Rev. L. W. Kickliter, Mr. J. F. Kick- letter to all uronertv owners and. and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It .

and Mrs. L. C. Prescott. liter and family and Mr. D. L. Silcox GLEE CLUB CONCERT MONDAY where there are several members in Thou art gone, our precious darling is guaranteed to start your liver '1

f were among those from this section EVENING. a family the dues may be shared between Never more can it thou return; without stirring you up inside, and
s Gary Ennis has returned to tJtarke who attended the Baptist conventionat them.Iminediate. Thou shall sleep the peaceful slumber can not salivat

from Tampa where he spent some Orlando this week. attention is urged to the Till the resurrection morn. Dent take calomel! It makes you

time with relatives.C. Columbia College Glee Club gave matter, and replies with check should lick the next day; it loses you a day'swork. l
Former Sheriff S. B. our a rare musical treat last
Denmark has
be sent to the treasurer. Thou art gone to dwell in Heaven, Dodion's Liver Tone straightens -
Niles has just received a "Her- moved to his place in the western partof Monday evening at the High School Respectfully submitted, And we are left behind to wait; you right up and you feel great.

cules" stump puller, for clearing of town and will engage in farming auditorium.The The Starke Cemetery Ass'n But soon each one,of us will follow Give it to the children because it

there until he has found a larger acreage audience was unusually large C. L. PEEK, For this old earth is not our home, it perfectly harmless and does not

land.W. for this purpose. and very appreciative, as was proven President. But around the throne we will meet, nil*. (10-4%)
by> the round after round of
B. Young wag in Hampton and applausethat Besides the above clear and To sing and glorify.We -
'I, Sampson City Monday in the interest The birthday of Gen. Robt. E. Lee greeted the efforts of the per- comprehensive -

.i. of his cross-tie business. will be observed by the Daughters of formers. The high and artistic char- the association exposition of the objects of will miss smiling face LASSIFIjE'n; '
time to time your C
acter of the work done simply demonstrates appeals -
. the A suitable -
Confederacy. program And there will be
vacant chair
would be published through the a ; ADVERTISING U
r The Bradford Teachers Association will be arranged, and the Confederate the fact that Columbia College
County courtesy of Mr. Matthews, in the Tele- But in Heaven we can almost see
t I will convene in Raiford tomorrow veterans. will be present. assesses This a glee club'second to none. graph. Meetings of tl.e board of directors Thy face and hear thy songs
concert will
t '', (Saturday) morning at nine long be remembers have been held and plans discussed As they go up, FOR SALE-Camphor trees. Under !

t I .} thirty. Ury Johns, of the New River section as entertainments one of the greatest mirth producing but nothing could be done without Glory! Glory! Glory! 20 inches high, 20 cents! each; 21 to 1

i .wasc in town Monday. Mr. Johns said ever offered by either the co-operation of those who 23 inches 30 cents; 29 to 35 inches,

i t :, The merry-go-round has departed that the farmers in his section are professional or amateur performers. should be interested.In 'Tis so sad to give thee up 40 cents. W. B. Kuhl Starke.

,. ; and the colored brothers and sisters preparing to enlarge their operation The stirring numbers rendered by some instances the response has It almost breaks the heart; 12-8-2t. t
J the orchestra
have gone to work again. The outfit this year, though most of them will were brilliantly executed been ready and as generous as circumstances But then we think and pray that pray'r
within reasonable bounds in the and greatly enjoyed by the listeners. I SEED PEANUTS.-I have the N. C. !
went to Eustis, and Eustis has our stay would allow. It is a of "Thy will be done.
matter of planting cotton. Other Miss Doris Law, who is an unusually i source Flat Vine Seed Peanuts. They are 1
lympathy. it is that
regret to the association that the few we are strong,
versatile and gifted musician added new and sound. '
will not be neglected. crop today
crops who have And want to that
much to the orchestra numbers by responded must be disap- we for prices. H. T. Hall, Lowell, Fla.
t Miss Margaret Lawrence, of Law- playing the bass viol. The pointed, if by the negligence or indifference -I Will meet you in heaven above. 1222tf.

:,jfrey, entered the Bradford County High Julia Lee, a respectable colored wid work Prof. obligato of others, their money must be

& tool last week. Miss Lawrence and ow, living north of Saxton, lost her by Chapman was exceed- returned and the sacred and worthy We shall meet to part no more FOR SALE-Good clean rice, 20 Ibs.
fine and
ingly showed the
'the Misses Terry motor over each residence and everything in it through marvelous objects of the association abandoned By and by; for $1 Will clean your rice and grind
of his
5 I1orning. fire a few days ago. As this was all powers Be- for l lack of funds.According We shall meet to part no more your feed on Fridays. Oneeighthtaken

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson and she owned, and she is too old to work rendered low we give the program numbers as to agreement a list of all In that home beyond the sky. for toll. E. L. Ware at Peek's

"We son, of Watertown, who spent the loss was very serious to "Aunt Orchestra.: subscriptions was to be published an- Written by a Brother. mill. 1-5-tf.

the! fortnight here with Col. and Judy." nually. Below is i
past an itemized state- FARM 1
Chapel Steps, Gow. FOR SALE-Best kind for
Xn. D. E. Knight, returned home lastlUlday Sucking Cider Through a Straw- ment of money received by the asso- strawberries. E. Simmonsfi Starge I
Among those who motored to cia tion 1
afternoon. Club. and it will be readily seen strawberries. E. Simmons, Route ,
Gainesville Tuesday night to see the t that the
amount insufficient the lowest
1 Starke.
Nut Brown Maiden ,
College Melody. 1,12-7t.
Henry Bridges, a competent young play "Civilization, by Thomas Inc., The Bull Dog, Yale. bid fob sexton being $75 a year.H. ,

'nter, hitherto in the employ of the were Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston, Imitation of a Bagpipe, Scottish. J. Koerner cf Mulberry, Now Well FOR SALE-Smith Premier typewri- 1!

hlegraph, left Tuesday for West Palm Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mr. and Swedish Folk-Song, Swedish. (for Temple estate) ________$ 1.00S. ter, double keyboard good condition i

1 """ ach, where he will work in the SunSltBce. Mrs. Robert Wynn Mr. and Mrs. L. C My Dame had a Lame Tame Crane, L. Kramer, Waldo ________ 1.00 cheap. R. W. Mills, Starke. 112tf.

Good luck to him. Wynn Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman Selected. Louis Reynolds, Raiford ______ 1.00 'Thedtod'c 1

I ; W. H. Phillips, Mrs. C. A. Marks and Obligato work by Prof. Chapman, Mrs. Fannie Hopson Starke __ 1.00 HackDranzWh tIONEY-We negotiate long time ..

. t Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Roberts have had children. director. j Miss Louise Higgins, Chicago 5.00 bed all-round medico loans on improved Starke property I

\\i U visitors during the last few days Somewhere a Yoke is Calling--Prof. Mrs. T. S. Stark, Lawtey, (for lever used," writes J.A. and well improved farms. Bradford f
: ; the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, pastor of the Chapman. Stafford estate) ___________ 1.00J. County Abstract Company. 1122t. t'

' J. Herring,. of Moultrie, Ga., Mrs. Methodist church in this city received Orchestra.The M. Alvarez, Starke ________ 5.00 Steelmau, of Pattonvffle,Texas. ,

" .- Joberts'' parents; and Mrs. E. S. Hayes a telegram bearing the sad newsof Colored Band, U. of P. Miss Emma Bailey Philadelphia 3.00 "I suffered terribly with Over LOST-Between the post office and
the death of his brother's wife, Mrs. Geo. Baisden, Sr. Starke 1.00 Brown's
Ild.cl ldren, and Miss Annie Roberts Good Peanuts, Selected. residence a Waterman
;: ; sisters of Mr. Roberts, of Oak, which occurred in Laredo, Texas, Wed- Stars of a Summer Night, SerenadeDat Mrs. J. P. Bennett, Miami ____ 1.00 troubles and could get no reHct fountain pen. Reward for returnto

hear Ocala. nesday morning, at 8:30 o'clock. His I Wattermillion Westendorf. B. L. Bugg, Atlanta __________ 5.00 Tb4 doctors said I had Harold S. Brown. 1-12-lt. I ''
co.aumptioo. --
brother, Rev. Walter L. Barr, is pastor Polly-wolly-Doodle, Selected. Rev. H. B. Frazer, Jacksonville 1.00 04 I

;' .1.Fred: Chase, the blacksmith, was I of the First Methodist church of Good Night Ladies, Selected. H. L. Gray, Gainesville ______ 5.00 I could not frock M LOST. fl t

I'\ ttSei that city. This news was flashed a C. L. Peek, Starke __________ 5.00
I. out of his bed Monday night toImpair The glee club members who came to O. FmaflyltriedTUEOFORO'S One cream mare and colt. Rewardof
miles and deliveredat .
; an automobile driven by two distance of 1500 Starke were Prof. Chapman, Profes $10 offered for return
fca our local parsonage in this city in Total _____________-_______ 36.00 of same to
:from Gainesville to Jacksonville. sors Jones and Cochrs.n, Mrs. Chap- J. H. POLLARD ;

'Bj'ot the machine to running after just fourteen minutes. man, Miss Helen Guerry, accompanist; M2-lt. Hampton, Fla. 4 1>

}' ddng on it for an hour and a half, Messrs. Harold Tribble, James Law, materials Everything in lumber and building
slums asked his charges. Fifty cents CARD OF THANKS.We Lawrence Skinner Blanchard Law by purchasing advancing.now. Quigley Save Lumbers money B1ACK- s

,'e the damage, and one of the men, Tony Legerio, Carl Alderman, & Supply Co. Woolsey's Paints and Varnishes are t

.Rio held a five dollar bill in his hand, wish to sincerely thank the Blitch, Edmund Cranberry Malcolm the best that we can find-that's why
'tented Irvin Cecil Moore and two others we sell them, and in five years' hand- -
on the spot. friends who showed up so many $100 Reward. $100 ling we haven't had
a 'ornplaint.-
of daugh whose names we did not ascertain.The .
nesses during the illness our The readers of this paper will be DRAUGHT Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.
.Her. J. A. Hendry, recently sent to I ter and sister, Ruth Green. We especially club was exceedingly appreciative plctMd to learn that there Is at least

.'fceHhnetto Methodist church, and his I thank Dr. Seeber King for his of the way they were receive 1 one boa d able*aded to cure disease in all that its science stages and has

t, 'jrT""" family were given an old- untiring efforts in her behalf. and entertaind while in Starke, also that U catarrh. Catarrh being greatly ud to : surprise I
ey got better
[ -l oned pounding on Saturday night (Signed) Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green of the large and enthusiastic audience influence1 requires by constitutional constitutional treatment.conditions a e ,

J t. the Methodists of the city and L. R. Green, Bessie Green, Berta that greeted them Monday evening.Our Hall's Catarrh Cur is taken internally mil am to-day as wen u any
Ktay of town has taken particular interest and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous iB.MThedford's Black.Dotught .
I l their friends. The affair was Green, Zada Dubose. SurfacM of the System thereby de- FprCOFFEES ."
:.Wonnal, different ones droppng in in the coming of this glee clubas itroylo tie foundation of the disease. Is a general, cathartic
fjfcinj the several of the members have vela tiring the patient strength by building -\.. ,
their pounds
with Wednesday
$ evening Mrs. C. W. Liddon returned Blanchard Law being the up the constitution and assisting na- vegetable liver medicine that i'
ding a short while very pleasantlyt visit to relatives in La tives here t>are In doing its work. The proprietors A
**.the and from a son of Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law; Mr hare so murh faith In the curative bM bee regulating irregulartfM ]- t
;: .: :pastor and his family, Crosse and Alachua. powers of Hall's Catarrh Cure thattheT
cousin of Mesdames T.
\ **laving There was a continuous Lumas Blitch a seer One Hundred Dollars for any of the liver, stomach and
N. Limbaugh J. E. Futch and H. L..as. that it fails to coca Send for list F
i to and( from the parsonage un .f tMttmoctala.A4dre bowels, for over 70 years. Get
\i"that night, and the good things Mrs. George F. Scott and daughters, Brownlee; and Mr. Carl Alderman a : T. J CURVET CO.. Toledo!
: fled high in the parsonage panfffTWmetto who have been visiting at the home o f son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman Obi*. Sold by all Drug.istt TSc. a ptckage today. Insist on the

News. Dr. A. L. Scott, returned to their horn of Lake Butler. RENTS-Let collect rents genuine edfcfd'& E-70 1k
F your ,
"' in Arcadia last week.here for Rev.sometime George t o Break your cold or lagrippe with a prompt remittances. Bradford Coun- Best By Every Test

t.,slippers... for the ladies. .at'" Stern-' recuperate Scott will remain his health. few ,doses of 666. ty Abstract Company. 1-12-2t. -
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SIXBradford County Farms and Farmers


PIXDAR SEED SCARCE. STRAWBERRY DATE IS 110,249 FULL QUARTSShipments ERS. Georgia Southern & Florida Loses in Tf' Wal! ha.; !Wy rebuilt the \

Two Cases. e on the Starke and Hanm! ;

that seed pindarsare week Mr. W. P. A. Johanson, who lives northeastof ton road through Alligator !
understood of last swamp
It is will probably Past Three Days Aggregated On Thursday Starke, brought to town during last The span is 22 fm, and
and it according
scarce this season X. )Msrdaugh picked twe and succulent Thursday of week two cases to
22,050 Quarts. fine the almost universal
out rule
look someery in
farmers to I berries from week Geo. Bradford
for Judge
well luscious
be quarts of ripe he had grown. Cau- tried before County where
writer remembers cauliflowers which were county, everything in
supply. The I These were sold to i the Georgia way of
early for their his patch in town. that well Gardiner, both against
county Shipments is vegetable grows A. bridge work seems designed
Bradford CITY Jan. 5. liuower a
most PLANT who shipped them to
when Mr. C. S. Durling, I cultivatedand & Florida railway company SOOn
saved their own seed pindarsand together with the unsettled af Northern markets. Mr. Murdaugh here if properly planted and Southern the company with have to be rebuilt there should'Lave
farmers buyingin combined -! to has a good market. and both charging been piling: beneath the
did not have to depend on ter-holiday market conditions, expects to pick four crates of berries i it always live stock. The railway com bridge to aup.
that it would to bring the average price f. o. b. continueswarm killing port it under heavy loads. But
seems weather
the spring. It this week, and if the I II both cases. Mt,
to go back to old time methods in for strawberries down below 20 cents I will be shipping almost daily. MORE MULES pany lost was J. R. Andwtswho Wall knows that any obstruction n the

pay this week, but there is no complaint to berries The first case vater will catch hi+ wood, which
this particular. I How is that for January had had a cow killed. Mr. Andrews -2l
offer, as the grower have passed demand for good farm mules by AttorneyD. ..cam up the water ar.d cause it to wash

THE YALDOSTA MEETING. through such periods in past years. SUMMER HOG PASTURE.A continues active, showing that the' was represented and the railway companyby away the approaches to the bridge,

No one could expect the fancy ante- farm operations the ((Intwill be E. Knight Williams. Theca .and he, besides using sound heart

Telegraph published Christmas prices to hold up long, but farmers extended to the! licit during the 'ear' Attorney Joe Hill the following stringers of ample strength, further
the before
Bradford '
Last week island those who had appreciable shipments good many county J. W Andrews. Sr., left Monday e was decided strengthened the structure by
of sea 1917. means
notice of a convention held at Valdosta early in the past month reaped a har- are making good use of the Spanish and- afternoon for St. Louis, where he '|,jury: R. A. Xewsom, A. 0. Andreu, of trusses, so that it is strong enough
to be both of hay Brown, Geo. Melvin -
growers until peanut for a crop Prevatt, H. Y.
cotton is not likely to come mulesto J. B.
the purposeof refit that another car of fire to support any load likely to
24th, for John Uglow, will purchase I( The verdict was cross it.
Ga., on January of another season. a summer hog pasture. section. H. E. Waters.
to overcomethe the opening of be sold: to the people of this Mr. Wall is nowat work rebuilding
starting a campaign The movement the past three days one of the very successful farmers that the in favor of the complainant, who was
invasion of the boll the Telegraphof There is every indication the bridge just south of the one mentioned .
threatened should be attended was 22.0SO quarts, exclusive of open- I the Starke section, volume of farm products:: this year awarded $55 damages. in the same manner. If
This meeting his plan for making two early crops that of R. L.O'Berry our
weevil. The was
second case
to nearby points. The
of Bradford crate shipments will exceed the record of 116 by at commissioner, when his turn
comes to
by a delegation f. b. Tuesday and and a summer pasture for his pigs. whose guinea bull calf had
directly interested average o. cent. While the Telegraphrecogrizes use the convicts, will cut
others least 25 a
and I He will plant a crop of sweet com per S. and F. engine. waterway
county growers but it drop- killed G.
cotton industry. Wednesday was 18 cents, At the last sea island cotton as a mostimportant been by a from the latter bridge west, it will be
in the The first fancy with Spanish peanut in the case were, John Mat-
ped to 17 yesterday. factor in the farming business -,The jury a great improvement.Mr. .
plowing of the corn he will plant cowpeas T. H. Rimes, J. A.Graves .
in this morning were F. Gaskins
GINNED. berries brought He of the county it thinks farmers tox, H. Wall lives i41 the drainage district
COTTON sold for 15 cents; the probability is among the corn and pinders. | their grain and forage Adam Green, J. J. Rigdon.
neglect dahage tax.
should not He
pays is
the price will be about stationary for will gather the sweet corn for market i high Verdict in favor of plaintiff, damages i too
All farm produczs are r"uch of busir.esa
a man to allow
giuirgcotton will the pindar i crops.
J. F. Canova has finished some time, as the shipments are increased and in July he mow farmer neglects to make his awarded, $?5. The same lawyers as.. that costs him any.
willthen and if the thing to
His output was vines and vines for hay. He money ,
for the season. and crop large and fine. Someof pea I he make is the first case.
take can
it will useless !
partially from
last sea- for his supplies or so, neglect
against 177 bales the fruit shipped this season is regarded have the pindar pasture sides in the controversy had
363 bales, calculates on gin- This is entirely practical, andit lout of cotton to buy the other products,, As both He has, therefore, at his own expense '
Next season he the best ever put up here, and pigs. And if the cotton numerous witnesses to be examined,
son. received monthsMr. that he must have. times destroyed by fire .
four or otherwise
the big prices will be seen that within many
as find market. the entire day.
500 bales, is certain to a receptive the trial consumed
ning misfortune provea
stimu- the should, by some accumulations of driftwood ?
will tend to date Uglow will have utilized same crop the trial ia
for cotton The movement to : Those who wished to witness
little of the three valuable failure then what? Alligator canal, t<'en far from
its growth. Very Ots.. ground for crops.___ that the big court room away
late were so many
this --- his land that it
staple has formerly been grown in Previously reported _--___SS,16d upstairs in the court house was used. knowing pays him to

: section. January _nnnn____ 9,1'0January do, so, and that it is a help to everyman

: 3 --_--_________-- 4,050 3 I BUILDING NEW HOME. whose land is drained by the ca

ACTIVITY OF FARM LAND MAR- January 4 _nn___________ S.SSO A nal.
c KET. r'' Corn Peanuts Hay i -
,!:' Total _________________110,249 a f Mr. Simp Strickland is building a FARMB PAGEA
im- comfortable new home on his farm WAY TO KEEP SPARE RIBS
E t s The activity of the market four miles east of Starke on the Mid-
county was 12600.000 BUSHELS OF CORN Field -
in Bradford And Other Crops
farms Strickland
proved road. Mr. lately
that IN 1916A I dleburg:
l demonstrated by transactions GROWN IN FLORIDA Do you have I-JQ much spare rill! and
1 sold his farm Varnes lake, Clay
the h on
. last Saturday back bones at butchering time? It is
' took place the Southern Cattle Feeding
;; No less than three county, to often the case when more than
Starke. of estimates: onenog
Bank of summary 1 her worth for and will now make his
through the Florida has proved Company,
killed. The
handled is of
.>- farm sales were of crop production for the state of program disposing
home his farm east of town.
bank on that day. T. F. Gaskins, who Florida and for\the United States, as: diversified farming. It rests now i on of them without waste or havingto :

" recently soldpart farm to the state convictbecome to compiled by the Bureau of Crop Estimates '" with the growers to cany the good CANOVA BUYS CONE PLACE. eat them all first is somet.m: prpKyirjr. 1.

of the state (and transmitted through the I .

farm, bought Walton C. demon's placein .Weather Bureau), U. S. Departmentof 200 IBS.., work on to profitable success. Put them in a keg containing a brine

the Wateroak section. Mr. Clemons and Mr. Agriculture, is as follows: EAL: Don't fail to plant cover crops, plow J. F. Canova, the well known cot- made of ten pounds of salt and four

bought John Forsyth's farm, ComStateEstimate ton buyer, recently bought from Walter gallons of water and let them stay.

, Forsyth bought from the Lawtey State 1916, 12,600O\X\< ERIUZE deep and cultivate thoroughly; but for Underhill what is known as the They wll keep for several months. To

c Bank what is known as the Enoch Law- bushels; production 1915 (final esti MFO.BY the greatest profit also use Ideal Fer- Cone farm, bordering on Crosby lake, use, soak the pieces in boiling waterto

b. Griffis place near Lawte). The mate), 12,000,000 bushels. tilizers on all your crops. two miles west of Starke. The place remove the salt and you will find the

tey bank recently acquired this property United States-Estimate 1916, 2, W1ISoN8T00 has exceptional advantages as a stock flavor has not been spoiled. This meth-
0" under foreclosure proceedings 640,000,000 bushels; production 1915 tRituzLRC We have formulas to meet every farm and Mr. Canova intends to en- od is recommended by T. Z. Atheson,

against J. L. Stalsby. 120 acres (final estimate), 3,054.535,000 bushels y er1SOMVlutF need. Write to us fcr prices. gage in this line of farming. formerly agent for Suwannee county. .

The three farms contained OatsStateOctober He says the part should not be salted
: and the money involved in the three estimate, S55,00< down because there is so little meat

transactions footed about 6,000. This for bushels; production 1915 (final estimate Wilson & Toomer LIVE STOCK MEETING.The .on them that they are almost sure to

> makes an average of $50 per acre ), 1,220,000 bushels.United i = i be over-salted.

:: and improvements. StAtes-October estimate, 1229IS2.04)0 ,- -
the lands \
( fifth annual meeting of the State

IF PEA VINE HAY. j bushels; production 1915 _. Fertilizer Company Live Stock Association which will be PLANT SPRING VEGETABLES IN
SAVING (final estimate) --- .
Tobacco held at the University of Florida, at JANUARY.Every .

less Manufacturers Heal Fertilizers, Gainesville, January 16-19, is the most
more or State-Estimate 1916, 3,750,000pounds
There has always important meet that will be held in
of saving 1915 final esti- ( Dealers; ia Fertilizer Materials
about the difficulty ; production ( e household! in Florida should
complaint r the state this
far the farmers
year, so as
early pea vine hay, because it is mate), 3.540,000 pounds. A" w' Spray Machines and Insecticides. and live stock have a home garden. If properly plan
men are concerned.
usually ready for mowing in July, United StAtes-Estimate 1916, 1- ned and planted, fruits and vegetablesmay
have rain almost 150.000,000 pounds; production 1915 ] Jacksonville, Florida be almost the round.
generally grown year
when Tuesday, the 16th will beMarketingand
daily. The Telegraph learns that Neal (final estimate), 1,060,557,000 pounds. Tick Eradication Day. Spring in Central and Northern Florida -

.. Brothers, Georgia farmers who several Potatoes begin in February or early March
Wednesday the 17th
will be theGovernor's
William Underhill State-Estimate 1916, 1,110,000
bought the while in Southern Florida it is springtime
; years ago this -- Day. On that day at 3
solved bushels 1915 final esti- p.
have production (
place near Starke, ; Go,. all of the winter. In North and
to Sidney J. Catts will deliveran
When they are ready mate, 690.000 bushels. Central Florida it is now time to start
vine hay they constructin United States-Estimate 1916, 2S9- HAKE YOUR HOME WORTH MORE address. The governor is well and
seedbeds of tomatoes
their pea egg plant
: mow is vtrfun. ktjm. *Q mimtt nprrfer Tthe ef throughout the state as public
arbors. The hay 000,000 bushels; production 1915 (final t qJ1"n root a
the field small to be transplanted later into
these P" _, wha Urttly planted mmcoUl ihrabfccir.nuzx speaker. The announcement of hispresence peppers
gathered up and thrown onto estimate), 359,103,000 bushels. eoiLKTios-1'abIIa. ihnbc, tmu, ete, to BIMilM. the open. Irish potatoes, English peas
the at the meeting should be suf-
of being piled on Sweet Potatoes t piMM. t.b0. Wen SJJU.EOTAL
arbors instead of thorough air State-Estimate 1916, 2,500,000 COLLECTION-PtlM. treeo nbr, freili, etc, U ficient to insure a large attendance. radishes and turnips may also be
ground. This permits G bract fnde, 14 piee *, ..oo.hl SIM.FRH This should be planted at this time. In from four to
heating, bushels 1915 final esti- a gala day for Gainesville
( -
thus preventing ; production FLORIDACOLLECTION .
>I OF itr burl 19"Imrn -
circulation, six weeks beans, cucumbers,cantaloupes
I is saved in fine condition.The mate), 2,576,000 bushels. .. .. .bv.. lacladln frrn and foliate pUntu 110.00. and the State Live Stock Asso- plant
and the hay Ulutrmtcd oMlc with order or free en reqaect. Writ todiy.REA50XER ciation. Grasses and squashes and watermelons.

constructed 67- forage
I inexpensively United States-Estimate 1916, crops will
arbors are BROTHER ROTAL PALM M'RSERIES. "Gardens should! be made long and
consisting merely of a post 700,000 bushels; production 1915 (final 117 Bemediet Ate Onero, Fl*. be the topics of discussion on that day "
if W. L. Floyd,
also. narrow, possible, says
I inthe ground and cross estimate), 74,295,000 bushels.
or stake driven assistant dean of the college of agri-
I nailed to it in such a way that HayStateSeptember Thursday, the 18th, will be devoted
i :- arms off to: I culture, University Florida, "so thathorse.drawn
the hay and keep it estimate, 66,000 Financing the Live Stock Industry ,

: the they ground support, also permitting the air cir tons; production 1915 (final estimate), I in Florida by A. P. Anthony, of Jack- implements may be used be
for The
i son'ille.'arious cultivating. rows
61,000 tons. Armour subjects in regard
I culation. United States-September estimate, to: dairying and beef production will planted from 2': to 3 feet part. II

WHITE. 86,155,000 tons; production 1915 (final make up the day's program. getting the foil ready to receive the I

I ; YOUR FRIEND BOB estimate), 85,225.000 tons. The last day, Friday, will be devoted plantings, an abundance of barnyard

, CottonStateSeptember FertilizersPlease to hogs and sheep. manure should be used, not for its fertilizing -

I. White! Bob White! Is there 25 forecast, 37- Every day will be a big day at the value alone, but because it

Bob when going through the woods )00 bales; production 1915 (census), meeting, but the biggest day will be adds humus, making the light sandy

J. anyone the road side, who 47,831 bales. Wednesday, the 17th, the Governor's soil more able to hold moisture and
I or tramping along call The United States-September 25 forecast remember that the Armour line of fertilizers is Day. also stimulating the bacterial coDee-
this cheery
I does not enjoy been fortunate 11.637,000 bales; production 1915 COMPLETE. We manufacture fertilizer of EVERY kind: for tion: of the soil. Some commercial fertilizer

[ ".,. boy enough or to girl come who they across has were a hatching nest of quail and ((census), 11,191,820 OrangesStateNovember bales. fertilizer EVERY crop material and having soil. We recognized manufacture value to or the handle grower.EVERY e, 0., 0_ 'e', :-, .; ,;". e. :.. ,.sWatson's ., '.. O." 0'- '., (.,, at the should rate of also one be to used two, generally thousand

eggs, just as 1, condition 74. pounds for eaeh "
little brown e acre.
have watched the wee / rmour Animal FertilizersThe Watermelon Seed. N. (?>
shell and run to cover, United States-(2 statesXo'ember C. Simpkins
the Extra
birds leave Early < > = -
Upland -
; -
--- --
: But the little birds 1, condition, S9. Armour Fertilizer Works is justly recognized head Cotton Seed. Carolina
will never forget.winter and the woods GrapefruitStateNovember quarters for finest grades of steamed bone flour, raw bone Runner and Spanish Two <'r JOHN WHITE & CO.
'tis Crop !'
I have grown his call, but nevertheless I, condition, 70, meal, dried blood blood and bone tankage, &c., and our animal !,, Peanut Seed. Heavy Demand '?' LOUISVILLE KY.
silent to
fertilizers based these materials standard
are on are cropmakersthroughout
t is there, for he is not a migratory compared with the nine-year averageof Write now for prices. LIberal .ttertmotad
White the Our Florida
Bob I country. special formulas developed ; 0. K. JELKS ,
As tramp you may ;9. ;. & SOX, bird. 30 and
you Prices during nearly years experience study of Florida Quitman, Brooks Co., <*,
of quail or if the dayis crops and conditions can be counted on to get ALL the profit : ;.
stir up a covey FOBS
huddled The first price given below is the average . '
i bitter cold you heads may out find shoulder them to- on November 1, 1916, and the for you that fertilizer can.Chemical :1 !' !" '!' '! !. !. !' '!- !' 1, '!.' '!.. '!,. .;. Nid.s and

. ,
shoulder together, as if in their effort to keep second, the average on November 1, .Armour or Mineral FertilizersFor Coat SUM

warm they were also keeping guard. 1915: nearly 40 years we have offered purely mineral or Half Your Living -
is State-Corn, SO and 67. Oats, 73 and
To the average person Bob White chemical fertilizers. We get the world's finest materials for Without
c only a modest tan bird, who gives the 70. Potatoes, $1.44 and 99. Hay, $15.- these brands by buying huge quantities direct from producersat Money CostA

> call before a rain storm, and whose 30 and SI4.60 per ton. Cotton, 22.8 most favorable times. We KNOW our materials! are best right or wrong start in 1917 will

f meat is the most tempting delicacy and 13 cents per pound. Eggs, 32 and quality, for each lot, when it reaches our factories, is rigidly make or break most farmers In the

!.\ be set before a guest. They 29 cents per dozen. analyzed by our own especially trained chemists. These ma- South. We are all facing a crisis.

[J.| that can realize that in killing the bird United States-Wheat, $1.55 and terials are then doable cured, screened, ground and blended This war in Europe puts things in

do not the farmer of one 91.1 cents per bushel. Corn, 85 and into crop-making formulas developed during our long experience such uncertainty that no man can

they are depriving Bob White is 61.9 cents. Oats, 49 and 34.9 cents. 1 and study. Potash up to 5; if desired. Full descriptionis foresee the future with any degree of
best allies, for clearness.The .
. of in our catalog booklet.
friend. Potatoes, $1.36 and 60.8 cents. Hay, ESPECIALLY
the farmer's sure and
Ii truly certain increase in
But isn't five dollars a plate a rather $10.68 and $10.83 per ton. Cotton, 18 .Armour Blood and Bone TankageIs cotton acreage means lower cotton ADAPTEDFOR

f. dish to set before a guest. and 11.6 cents per pound. Eggs, 32 prices next fall Cost of

/: For: expensive thAt is. the value placed on his: and 26.3 cents per dozen.STARKE the 30 original article, familiar to" every Florida grower for grain products is high, solhigh that and YOUR STATEFREE I
-*-- nearly years as "blood and bone. More than 100,000 tons no one
Five can afford to
head by agricultural experts. of Armour Blood and Bone have buy and expect -
Tankage been
How and why is sucha FARM LOAN ASSOCIA- actually used to pay out with cotton.
dollars a by Florida
i growers. Its
TION. a time above all others
on his head? play
value placed safe
Go with him in the cornfield in June. Al7770ur Fertilizer Materials Tie are tally teczited grain; to and produce forage all possible food
and garden. Loan Association is oar latest supplies on your
patch The Starke Farm
the potato own
Go into acres; to cut down the
Follow him in the fall and early winter is the first association of the kind to .lrmourStock & Poultry Feeds Get catalog kookltt bee A good piece of garden store bill

when the weed seeds are ripening be organized in Bradford county under boa yto nr copy leaitst rightly planted rightly tended ground and OUR INSTRUCTIVE

Go with him on the of the federal farm loan Spraying Materials Etc. kept planted
and being scattered. provisions Heat 1; or write u. the year round can be CATALOGUE AND
a cold December day when he gathers law. The organization of the Starke made to pay half your living. It will

acorns, then try to find him in Febru- association was perfected a few days drmoar Fertilizers save you more money than you made WEEKLYPRICE
and ice. If the officers elected on the best five acres of LIST
after weeks of snow ago, following being cotton you
ary surely Enrich the Soil-Increase the Yield ever grew!
the dead :
you find conscience only will hurt you. Per- B. S. Edwards president; J. S. El Hasten Maturity-Improve the Quality about Hastings'the right 1517 Seed Book tells all SEND FOR

F haps your you are one of the many who liott,vice-president; Oates McRae, sec garden and the kind of a money suing THEM TODAY.

have failed to give him just a little of retary-treasurer; H. M. McRae, K. L. In It. It tells about vegetables the field to put -

t' your bounty which he so faithfully Griffis, M. 31. Griffis, D. W. Manning, Armour Fertilizer Works well and shows you the clear crops road as

i J. S. Elliott and B. E. Edwards, direc- real farm prosperity. It's to IN5EEDC8JACKSONVILLE.
f Continued on Page 2.) tors. Jacksonville Fla. for It today to H. G. HASTINGS Send
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did never called at the parsonage again.A issue thereon on the 15th day of January NOTICE CF FINAi. DISCHARGE.Six -- -.

\ ama ed, and quite proud. Connie was I months after date hereof on to-wit the
-\fipliuDBNCE few weeks after this Carol dIstin- A. D. 1917. '
an honor to the parsonage-but they 4th day of January, 191 I r.il! present my
guished herself again, and to her last Witness my official signature and vouchers and final account to the Honorable

; were concerned lest they themselves ing mortification. A man living only seal this the 14th day of December A. Geo. A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford
should not do quite so well when their county. Florida. as admin ,-'.rttor of the estate
six blocks from the parsonage had gen D. 191C. I ot D. S. Wheeler decked and asked to

1 OF 1 HE DAD. SUNlkcrn. days came. erously offered Mr. Starr free pastur-, W. T. WEEKS, be dischraged as such adnjIl fltrator. .
But In less than a moment the min This the 14th day of JiUy. 1916.
for his little Jersey In his'broad Clerk
l' age pretty Circuit Court.
ister-father began his Whenhe _
!t tY prayer. meadow, and the offer was grate- (Seal) 12-15-5t. Administrator of the estate c( D. S. Wheeler
F'lf said "Amen," Prudence was on her deceased. 7-14-6mo
fully accepted. This meant that every ,,

feet and half-way upstairs before the evening the twins must walk after the :.
tjj were fairly risen. Fairy
t. cow, and every morning must take her Starle. Fla.. Council Chamber. Dec. IS. 1916 Six months after date I will present to the
.. gazing Intently out of the window fora back for the day's grazing. I.1 BE IT REMEMBERED that at a meeting of Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner u. County: Judge of

., moment, and then went out to the the Town Council of the Town of Starke. Brad- Bradford county Florida. mj vouchers and
: barn One evening, as they were starting ford County. Florida, held in pursuance of final accounts as Administratrix of the estateof
to see if the horse was through Number S. J. Sternburg. late rf Bradford county.
out from the meadow homeward with Ordinance 90 of the ordinances of said
eating. Mr. Starr walked gravely and and Town paosed on the thirteenth day of Novt'mI I Florida deceased and ask. 1.be discharged
the docile animal Carol stopped
ber 1916. and approved on November 15, 1916 as such Administratrix.This .
soberly out the front door and around
gazed at Blinkie reflectively."Lark and duly promulgated thereafter in compliance the 18th day of Augrat. 1916.

the house. He ran Into Fairy comingout she said "I Just believe to with the provisions therein contained: ANGIE STERNBURG
the kitchen door and they glanced The Town Council met in its regular place Administratrix of tke estateof S. J. Stern-
soul that I could ride this cow.She's of in aaid deceased. 8-lS-6m
my meeting town at 7:30 o'clock p. m., burg,
(Copyright, by the Bobbs-Merrill Comnanvl. .. quickly at each other. .
the 18th day of December.
-- I so gentle, and Fm such a good on 1916. there being -
= SYNOPSIS. "Hurry then and there present the following NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESix
"Hold the wire papa, she whispered ; "youcan't mem-
up for me, papal" hand at sticking on. ben of said council: months after this dte to-wit, on the _

: cried Fairy. "I'm too fat." And a, second hold In much longer! Neithercan "Carol !I" ejaculated Lark. "Think ..1.V.. Andrews. Jr., S. A. Bryan. D. C. 29th day of January 1917 I will present to
rHAPTER I-Prudence Starr, eldest of later she II"And Jones E. S. Matthews. the Honorable George A. Gardiner as County
motherless girls comes to the Meth- was running gracefullyacross how it would look for a parsonage girl Absent. J. W. White.At Judge of Bradford County, }Florida my vouchers _
j *ocJIt! parsonage at Mount Mark aa house the lawn toward the parsonage.The together, choking with laugh- to go down the street riding a cow." which meeting certain proceedings were and final accounts as executor of the last
\: t IIOther for her lather the Methodist min. Methodist minister ter, they hurried into the barn and had among which were the following to-wit: will and testament of W. H. Hivers. deceased
laughed boyIshly "But there's no one to see, protested -
,,1IttI' full Councilman Bryan'prPllentl'd a certain ordi. and ask to be discharged; as s-ich executor.
; and placing his hands! on the gave vent to their feelings. I Carol. And this was true. For the j I nance and after its being read by the clerk\ This the nat day of July, 1916. _

: CHAPTER II. fence post. he .vaulted lightly over So it was that the twins and Connie parsonage was near the edge of town moved that the rules be suspended and the J. E. FUTCH.

I. and were alone for a while. unanimous consent of all members present be Executor of the last Will !and Testament of
reached the house with his daugh. and the girls passed only five houseson I obtained to consider the ordinance as read W. H. Rivers deceased. 7-2S-6mo.

: The Rest of the Family. :ers. Then the Misses Avery, schoolteachers "You did a pretty good Job, Connie, without. _referring. m to the Committee on -_ -
said Carol approvingly. Kules Laws and ordinances the said motion
: It was Saturday morning when the and elderly looked at one an. their way home from the meadowand being seconded by Councilman Andrews NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I

;tour young parsonage girls arrived In other. "Yes, I think I did myself," was the all of them were well back from The chairman stated the motion and called Department of the Interior, l'. S. Land Of.
"Did I complacent answer. "But I Intendedto for an "aye" and "nay" vote and the motion lice at Gainesville. Fla.. Dt*. 3t>. 1916.
,:lifount Mark. The elderly Misses Avery you ever? gasped the oldest i the road. prevailed. each of the said councilmen voting'aye" Notice is hereby given that J.>eph Starling,

: :f/at door, looked out of their windows, Miss Avery, and the others slowly put In, 'Keep us as the apple of thy Lark argued and pleaded but Carol in favor of the said motion. Thereupon of Lawtey Florida \\ho, mi April 26. 191?.

shook their heads. eye, hold us In the hollow of thy hand,' Councilman Jones moved that the ordi. made Homestead Entry. NV 010513: for E'i
I Spending; their appearance on Main and I was firm. "I must try it, she insisted nance be adopted the said motion being seconded of NEI and Nt';' of SEM ii-tion 4. Township
forgot It until I had said 'Amen.
:street with Interest and concern. They Now, think Did you ever see a rec- "ami if it doesn't go well I can by Councilman Bryan and then andthlI'I. fi S. Range 23 E, Tallahassee meridian
I had a notion to put in a postscript, .' to has filed notice of intention '.D make Threeyear .-
tor put a vote of "ayes" and "nays the
: themselves and jumping three-wire slide off. You lead Lark.
were Episcopalians in a fence, and but I believe that isn't done." can her roll being railed the said ordinance was unan- proof. to establish claim to the land abo-e
til their long lives they had never so running full speed across his front The obliging Lark boosted her sisterup. imously adopted by the vote of all membersof described before the Clerk Circuit Court, at
yard In "Never mind," said Carol, "I'll use the council present each cf the said Starke Florida on the 16th day of February,
'tanch as heard of a widower-rector pursuit of a flying family? It and Carol nimbly scrambled Into memo
that In tiers voting "aye. there being no votes "nay",
mine 1917.Claimant
rlth five daughters and no housekeep- may possibly have occurred-\ve have tomorrow. place, riding astride. each said vote is recorded ns follows: names as witnesscn:

'er. There was something blood-cur- never seen It. Neither had the three It cannot be said that this form of "I've got to ride this way," she said. Ayes-J. W. Andrews Jr., S. A. Bryan. D. \V. C. Ward of Starke. Florida.C. .
of Florida. I
C. Howard Starke
C. Jones. E. S. Matthews.
:iflllng In the bare Idea., Misses A'ery.or did they ever expect family worship was a great success. "Cows have such funny backs I Nays-None. F. Sassee of Starke. Florida.Wm. I

The Misses Avery considered Prudence to. And If they had seen it, it The twins were invariably stereotyped, couldn't keep on any other way. If I Absent-J. W. White. G. Starr. of Starke. Florida.

herself rather a sweet silly is quite likely they would have joined cut and dried. They thanked the Lord see anyone coming I'll slide< for it." The said ordinance Ordinal"No.is in the. 91.following words l-5-5t ROBT. W. DAVIS.Registrar.
for the beautiful for kind
:ittttle thing. the backsliders at that Instant. morning, For a while all went well. Lark led and figures to-wit:

"You have some real nice people In But without wasting much time on friends, for health, and family, and par- Blinkie carefully, gazing about anxiously "-\n ordinance confirming the provisions and MASTER'S SM.E.

sonage. Connie always prayed in sentences requirements of Ordinance Number 90 of the Hereby notice is given fiat under and by
this gruesome thought hurriedto to see that no one approached.So .
the Methodist church, Miss Dora had they Ordinances of Florida
Starke. paced on the
extracted from the of virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure
told her. "I dare say you will find a window commanding the best view prayers they advanced to within two blocksof 13th day of November 1916. which provides made by the Judge rf the Eighth Judicial 4

of them likable." of the parsonage, and raised it. Then others she had often heard, and every the parsonage.! By this time Blinkie for the construction of certain street improvements Circuit of Florida ir chancery siltm*.
:Jew very time with nearly disastrous effect. in the Town of Starke, Florida, and in the Circuit Court for Biidford County. 'I in!
\ "Oh I will like them all," said Pru- they clustered behind the curtains, and But later the concluded that she was being imposed for the assessment of a portion of the total Florida on the 20th day of December A. D.

and watched and listened. There was on morning worship upon. She shook her head violently cost thereof against the property abutting and 1916. in favor of The American Trust Com
deuce quickly seriously. went better. The of the chil- fronting the said improvement.
prayers pany a corporation, admini.-tiator of the estate -
plenty to hear! From the parsonage and twitched the rope from Lark'shand WHEREAS. the Town Council of the Town
"Like them all, echoed Miss Dora. dren changed-became : of C.. F. Markillie decetiwd. as complainant -
"Oh Impossible!" windows came the sound of scampering more personal gave a scornful toss of her of Starke Florida did on the 13th day of November and against S. A. DOUKUUS. A'ma Douglass -
less remembered that 1916 and in of the
flowery. They pursuance powers and J. H. Scarborough M defendants, the '
head and struck out for
and banging doors. Once there dainty madly conferred by the Charter of said Town
SNot for us, said Prudence. "We when they knelt they were at the and the undersigned as Special !Master will offer for
was the unmistakable clatter of chair home. With great presence of mind, general laws of the State of Florida relative
ire used to It, you know. When we a sale in front of the court L"use in Stark.
feet of God
overturned. With it all there was a and speaking direct to Carol fell flat upon the cow'g neck, anJ he hereto adopted an ordinance providing for Florida. during the legal hours of sale, on
Jlsllke people at first sight we visit : construction of certain street improvementsin Monday, the 5th day cf February. A. D. 1917.
constant chorus of "Oh, look !" "Oh him.The huns on for dear life, while Lark, In the Town of Starke. Florida. and the assessment to the highest and but bii'dir! for cash the

Oh I" "Oh. how sweet!" "Oh, papa !" family had been in the new parsonage terror, started out in pursuit. of a portion of the total cost thereof following described property, io-wit:
only three weeks, when a visiting auainst the property abutting and fronting the Said land lying and being in the county of .
"Oh Prudence !" "Look, Larkle, look "Help Help she cried loudly. ad improvement the said ordinance being Bradford and the state of F".or'.da.: to-wit:-The
called them.
at this !1"Then on was "Pupa Papa Papa !" designated as Ordinance Number 90 of the west half of the northwest quarter of section
! about ten minutes before the luncheon ordinances of the Town of Starke: and
twenty-five (25). of Township five (5) South _
; : the eldest Miss Avery closed hour at the time of his arrival. In this way they turned In at the of WHEREAS, by the provisions of Section 9 of range nineteen (19) east containing eighty

the window overlooking the parsonageand parsonage gate, which happily stood the said Ordinance Number 90. the Town ((80) acres more or less.
Mr. Starr was in the country visiting Clerk was instructed immediately thepnsage
: upon E. IK. JOHNS.R .
As luck would have it Mr. Starr
confronted her sisters. open. and nnprova thereof by the Town
so the girls received him alone. It ;ecial Master.
"We must just make the best of It," was standing at the door with two men Council and Mayor respectively to publish JNO. C. COOPER &: SON <{
was an unfortunate day for the Starrs. said ordinance .
once a week for four consecutive
And A.
who had been calling on him, and hear- V. LONG,
she said weeks in
quietly. had been the Bradford County Telegraph. Solicitors
Fairy at college all morning for Plaintiff. l-S-St
U III : ing Lark's frantic cries, they rushed to a newspaper published in the Town of Starke.
: But next door the old
gray parson and Prudence had been rummaging in Bradford
county Florida. in order that the
meet the wild procession and had the
age was full to overflowing with satis- the attic, getting it ready for a rainy property owners or other persons interested MASTER'S SA 1.1". ,
H unique exp ience of seeing a parsonage might be afforded notice of the provisions and
faction and happiness and love. Everyone day and winter playroom for the Hereby notice is given that! under and by
girl riding flat on her stomach on requirements of the said ordinance and have virtue of that certain final decree of fore
has experienced the ecstatic, creepy younger girls. She was dusty and ,ample opportunity to present objections against closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial -
sensation of sleeping In a brand-new tired. the neck of a galloping Jersey, with the enforcement of the requirements of the I Circuit of Florida in chancery fitting,

II another parsonage girl in mad pursuit. said ordinance, which said objections by the in the Circuit Court for Bradford County
home. The parsonage girls reveled In The luncheon hour arrived, and thegirls terms of the ordinance were to be submitted
Florida. in the 4th day of January A. D.
Blinkie> stopped beside the barn, and 1917.,
the of that first night for in writing to the Town Council on or before in
memory many came in from school eager to be favor of J. Regenstein Ompany a corporation
turned her head about Inquiringly. 7:30 o'clock p. m., the 18th day of December as complainants, and avainst Fannie L. !
"It be haunted for all
days. may we .
up and away again. Still the grave Carol slid to the ground and buried 1916 specifically and clearly setting forth the Hopson and B. B. Hopson. no defendants the .
know, cried Carol deliciously "Just young minister sat discoursing upon reasons any property owner or other persons undersigned. as Special Mast- will offer for
her face in her hands at sight of the interested might h-ve and
to urge vale
in front of the court hi-nse in
think Connie there be Starkc
may seven serious topics with the fidgety Pru
against the enforcement of the
provisions of
two men with her father. Then, with Florida during the legal tours of pale on
ghosts camped on the head of your bed, d'nce-and In spite of dust and perspiration I the said ordinance. Monday the 6th day of February A. D. 1917,
word she lit out for the houseat
never a WHEREAS
the said ordinance was published the
waiting she good to look highest and best bidder for cash the following -
was upon. as aforesaid in the Bradford
top speed. The three men sat downon County described property tc-o-it:
"Carol Rev Mr. Morgan realized that and Telegraph the publication thereof being madeon x
Said land lying and being in the county of
the ground and burst Into hearty
When the family gathered for wor- could not tear himself away. Finally the 17th and 24th days of November 1916. Bradford and State of Florid an undivided
laughter. and the 1st, 8th and 15th days of December, one-third interest in the north half of the
ship on that first Sabbath morning, Prudence sijrhed. 1916: andWHEREAS
Lark came them as they sat southwest quarter of siction Kh (61, Township
')Ir. Starr said, as he turned the leaves "Do you like sweet corn, Mr. Morgan the said Town Council did meetat six (61 South of Range twent)<-tv.'o <22> east.
thus, and Lark was angry. She the time and place mentioned in the ordinance E. )M.
of his well-worn Bible, "I think It ?" JOHNS.
for the purpose of considering
stamped her foot with a violence that Special Master.
would be well for you to help with the This was entirely out of the line of separately each and every protest that nvght; A. V. LONG.
must have hurt her. be properly filed against the enforcement of
Attorney Plaintiff.
morning worship now. When I finish their conversation, and for a momenthe the provisions and requirements of the said 15StMASTER'S
"I don't to at
see anything laugh
I reading the chapter, Connie, you Will faltered. "Sweet corn?" he repeated. ordinance but no person appeared or presentedany
she cried passionately, "it was awful objections against the enforcement thereof SALE.
make the first prayer. Just pray for "Yes roasting! ears, know-
you it was just awful Carrie might have : Notice is hereby given thh1: under and by .
I whatever you wish as you do at night' cooked on the cob." NOW. THEREFORE. Be it ordained by the virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made i
been killed It-It- Town Council of the Town of Starke. in the and rendered January 4th. 1917! by the Judge
for yourself. I will you. Then lu smiled. "Oh yes, indeed. "Tell us all about It, Lark," gasped State of Florida: of the Circuit Court of the Eighth: Judicial

Connie's eyes were wide with responsibility Very much." he said. Section 1. That Ordinance Number 90 of Circuit of Florida. in and for Hmdford Coun-
of her father. And Lark did so, smiling the ordinances of the Town cf Starke Florida tv. in Chancery sitting in favor of D. W.
the "Well she her
during the reading chapter began explanationrather
a little herself, now that her fears passed on the 13th day of November 1916 by Hazen complainant, and against !Susie; R. Cone
but when she began to speak her drearily, "I was busy this morn the Town Council of the Town of Starke and Pearl Cone. Marcus Cone Obra Cone. Barnard i

MQui kl They Are Coming! voice did not falter. Connie had nine ing and did not prepare much lunch were relieved. "Poor Carol, she said, approved on November 15th, 1916. by the mayor Cone. Cornelius Cone and Clifton Cone de I :. "she'll never live down the humilia of the sad Town be. and the same is here fendants, the undersigned will offer for sale
years or gooa aieinouisi experience eon. We are very fond of sweet corn. by confirmed. before the court house door at Plarke Florida
: ,j them, and talk to them, and Invite back of her and I cooked an enormous panful. Butthat's tion. I must go and console her. Section 2. That the Clerk is hereby instructed between the legal hours of sal on Monday. \
them to the parsonage. and entertain In a little while Carol felt much bet- to publish this ordinance in the Bradford February 6th. 1917. to the highest and best
"Our Father, who art In heaven, we all we have for luncheonsweetcorn bidder for cash. the
County Telegraph a newspaper published following described lands I
; feem best linen and silverrtare. ter. But she talked It over with Prudence -
with our bow ourselves before thy footstool In and butter. We haven't even weekly in the Town of Starke, Florida. in such situated in Bradford County Hoi-ida! to-wit:
and keep on getting friendlier j very seriously. manner and for the time as is customary in The north half of lot eleven (11) and the
I'ind and-first thing humility and reverence. Thou nrt our bread, because I am going to bake this "I hope you understand, Prudence, the promulgation of the ordinances of the said north half of lot twelve (12):! of Settion seven t.

friendlier, yoiIjSnow God, our Creator, our Savior. Liess us afternoon and we never eat it with Town. ((7)) in Township seven (i), S R twenty (201)
; we like them fine!I"h that I shall never have anything more Section 3. This ordinance shall go into ef l'ast. containing eighty (80) acres more or i
face to shine sweet anyhow. Now If care
and cause thy corn you
this day
; So the Misses Avery concluded that to do with Blinkie I She can die of feet immediately upon its passage and approval less.
upon us. Blot out our transgressions, to eat sweet corn and butter, and by the Mayor. the best interest of the E. :.!. JOHNS I
all I l'
[;-lfrodence was not entirely responsible starvation for care. I'll never :
Town demanding it- Special Master.
Wash that canned peaches, we'd just love to have :
'. -iiad they wondered, with something pardon our trespasses. take her to and from the pasture again.I Passed on this the 18th day of December. \. 7.. ADKINS.
be'whiter than Hide for luncheon with us. Complainant's Solicitor
snow. stay 1916.
you 1-5-St
we may ,
rtln to of fear, if the younger couldn't do It Such rank Ingrati- ,
: an agony E. S. MATTHEWS,
the of charmed and
not thy face from eyes thy Rev. Mr. Morgan was ,
;itrl "had It, too !I" and when Miss! tude as that cow displayed was never Chairman of Council. .
children, turn not upon us in wrath. I said so. So Prudence rushed to the Attest: COMMISSIONERS FA IE.

I iUce cried excitedly, "Quick Qulek'lbeY Pity us, Lord, as we kneel here pros. kitchen, opened the peaches in a hurry, equaled, I am certain. C. A. FUTCH. Hereby notice is given that nder and by JI
"I you'll quit milk
to suppose using Town Clerk. virtue of that certain
decree of
they trooped partition made
are coming trate before thy majesty and glory. and fished out a clean napkin for their and cream. too." suggested Prudence Approved this 19th day of December 1916. by the Judge of the Eighth JulUial Circuit of

Ettss Alice's window with a speed that Let the words of our mouths and the guest. Then they gathered about the JOE HILL WILLIAMS Florida in Chancery Bitting in the Circuit 4.
*mld have done credit to the parsons be "Oh, well said Carol more tolerantly 12-22-St. Mayor. Town of Starke. Fla. Court for Bradford County Florida on the 2nd
meditations of our hearts accept- table, five girls and the visiting, min
"I don't want to be too hardon day of January A. D. 1917. in favor of Mrs. 1

girls themselves. able in thy sight, 0 Lord our strengthand ister. It was really a curious sight, Blinkie, for after all it was partlymy MASTER'S SALE. I.V.. Morgan as complainant and against I

first came the minister, whom they our Ilwleemer. And finally save that table. In the center stood a tall Hereby notice is given that under and by Charles I'revatt. Jr.. Jarningg Pivvatt Joseph '

j fcttw well by this time, and centered around On either side of own fault. So I won't go that far. virtue of that certain final decree rf foreclosure Treiatt. Ruby Prevail Mattie RyH. Jim Byrd t I
very unbroken family thy of goldenrod. Jennette
us, an vase But I must draw the line somewhere!II1e't'aftt'r made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial PI'f>\'att, James Prevail. Charles Riv

quite rt'spectnbl'Ill': was throne In heaven, for Jesus' sake. the vase was a great platter piled high Blinkie and I meet I Circuit of Florida in chancery Mtting. era, Wiley Rivera Lula EdwnnU. J. L. Edwards -
of as in the Circuit Court for Bradford Gwendolyn I'owdl. Talc Powell. Joel i it 1
Uvely! a County
as was to be expected Amen." with sweet corn, on the cob Around Wooten and Delma L. Wootvit. )
strangers !I"Continued Florida on the 20th day of December. A. I). M defendants
IKethodist minister, and told jokes, This was followed by an electric] si the table were six plates, with the necessary 1916 in favor of A. J. Powers as ,complainant the undersigned, as commissioner, will offer ,

I ld laughed at them Now, a comical lence. Prudence was biting her lips silverware, and a glass of water and Ufainst II B. Hinnrtt Jr., Snare Ben for Florida.sale in during front the of the legal eourt.hours.-....-..of in sale Starke, \
Jacksonville Provision on
ni-tt. Company cor-
, | tor-oh. a very different matter- painfully, and counting by tens as fast for each. There was also a small ( Next Week.) poration McNerny Grocery Company. a corporation Monday, the Bth day of February A. D. 1917. I t7

IK wasn't done, that's all At any rate as she could. Fairy was mentally going dish of peaches at each place and an and Cress Manufacturing Company. to hand the the highest following and best described biddi r for cash in f ;
defendants the undersigned Special mpery. situated j
as as
| *re came the Methodist minister, I over the prayer, sentence by sentence individual plate of butter. That was + + + + + + + + + + + + + + :'ola*tf. will offer for sale in front of the in Bradford county. Florida to-wit: ,

{ feeing, and on one side of him and attributing each petitionto all-except the napkins. But Prudence courthoui-e in Stark,'. Florida during the legal northwest Commencing at a post 40 fet west of the '
: + LEGAL NOTICES hours of sale on Monday, the ;5th day of Feb corner of John E. Ik'Me'g land as ,I .
; !iped a small, earnest-looking maid- the individual member in the old made no apologies. She was a daughter A. P. 117. to the highest and best bid- per survey of the Old Town of Lake Butler '

Ii" I clasping his hand and gazing alter- church at Esminster to whom It be- of the parsonage She showed Rev. 1 + + + + + P + + + + + + + + + + I 111'0'ruary.for cash the following described property. feet running thence West 161'{ feet, thrnc' North 270 ,
East 181'
(, feet th-nee South
: tel his face and down at twins were a little Mr. Morgan to his place as graciously I to-wit: I feet to of 270
up into lon -l. The Notice Application for Tax Deed Sa'l land lying and being in the county of place beginning, co/llaining all "

i fto stylish cement sidewalk beneath and sweetly as though she were ushering Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Bradford and !State; of Florida to-wit : A one- 1 one half acre of lot; said land lying and bi-irg in south
number ten (10). Fiction
feet. On the other side was Fairy. him In to a twenty-seven-course Laws of Florida. I half half of undivided the northwest interest quarter in and of to the the southeast north (30, Township five (51. Range twenty thirty((2'J) I < I

t .1\e* Misses Avery knew the girls by banquet. Hereby notice is given that Louis quarter of Fiction fourteen 041.( and the south east. O.V.. 'ALDERM .
- west of the southwest of thenorthwest \N.
much quarter quarter
:. talked return thanks Mr. Morgan
e already-having I "Will you II. Hill, purchaser of tax sale certifi- quarter of Section twenty-six (261, J. W. JONES

; Prudence. ?" she said. cates numbered respectively 55, 59 and Township five 151 South. of Range twenty-two J. W. TOWNSEND

: U8uch a Fairy !I" gasped Miss Mllli'Jat. And the girls bowed their heads. 204, issued by the tax collector for Dr.1221 Irss.east containing thirty (30) acres, more A. V. LONG and EVERETT: foUNs"10"6 '

/ and the others echoed the gasp Rev. Mr. Morgan cleared his throat, Bradford county Florida, said certifi- E. :M. JOHN'S. Solicitors for Complainant. 15St.

i I t wordlessly. : and.began : "Our Fdther- we thank thee cates 55 and 59 being dated the 3rd V. LONG. Special :Master.A. '! t

: "for: Fairy was very nearly as tall for this table." day of August, A. D. 1914, and certi- Complainant's Solicitor. 1-5-St. NEW NAVAL STORES FIRM.

: her father, built upon generous There was more of the blessing. but ficate 204 being dated the 5th day of -

z rather commanding In appear- the parsonage girls heard not one additional October A. D. 1914, has filed the said MASTER'S SALE.
iee Even Connie who Hereby notice is given that under and by L. G. and W. C. Powell have 1
a little splendid-looking. phrase-except certificates in my office and has made
virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure I leased of the Powell-Smith
[;! ftt their windows they could discern followed him conscientiously through application for tax deed to issue in accordance -I made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial the Company

. | l, M ethlng distinctly Junolike In this every word. Carol burst Into merry with law. The said certifi- Circuit, of Florida in chancery sitting, i turpentine privileges on all the
Jin the Circuit Court for Bradford County. i lands of the latter and "
p awo-year-old with the easy, close upon his reverent embrace the following company
girl laughter, cates respectively [Florida, on the 2nd day of November. A. D. conduct naval stores
::: .s a2tic stride that matched her fa- "Amen"-and after one awful glareat lands in Bradford county I 1916. in favor of The American Trust Comjpany a business with
the' -'iS.. ; a corporation. administrator of the estate headquarters at the "Powtll still "
well car- Prudence joined In and of theissuance ,
head the ,
1I and the graceful her Florida assessed at date of G. F. Markillie deceased, as complain. just east of the east
A young goddess-named Fairy P-- soon it w.s a rollicking group around of such certificates in the! knt. and against J. W. Nichols. Vicey Nlchobi: corporation line
and Bradford County Bank. a corporation. as The Powell Smith Company, a stock
) him
BdOnd Morgan
.: them, laughing and chatter- the parsonage names respectively hereinafter partic- defendants the undersigned, as Special Master .
company, own thousands of >
?"t like three children as they.- ,'ere- self smiled uncertainly. He was puz- ularly set forth, to-wit: will offer for vale in front of the courthouse many .
timber land in
?*e the twins with Prudence, each zled. More, he was embarrassed. But Certificate No. 55 embraces the S: in Starke Florida. during the legal hoursof acres Bradford and .
I sale on Monday, the Bth day of February Clay counties so it will be seen that
E Jjfc ,a arm around her waist. And as soon as Carol could get her breath, half of NW quarter of NW quarterand I A. D. 1917. to the highest and best bidder for the firm of .
Powell &
new Powell intend
than out an explanation."You of NW Sec. cash the following described property to-wit: -
f taller gasped NE quarter
was a very little she quarter Said land situated lying and being in the to do big business. The members iI

peace they reached the fence were just-right, Mr. Morgan 13, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E., 60 acres, assess II county of Bradford and State of Florida tn- who are brothers thoroughly under- ;f
scene the table There's wit: The southeast quarter of the northeast i
'; I the parsonage, the to give thanks-for ed Unknown. quarter of section fourteen (14) in Townshipfive : stand the naval stores buiiress, they

:JJUl Moment resembled a miniature nothlng-on it-to be thankful for! Certificate No. 59 embraces lot 27 r ((5) South.. of Range twenty (20) east. are energetic and upright ,

: .. The smaller girls Jumped and And the whole family went off once in Woodlawn Sec. 16, Tp. 5, S. R. 22! Also the south half of the southeast quarter. young men
and wish them
and the southeast quarter of the southwest we success.
,! ;:*:imed, and clasped their hands. more into peals of laughter. E., 10 acres assessed Dr. Geo. H quarter of Section thirty (301. Township five ;- i

' iIr leaned over the fence, and Mr. Morgan had very little appetite Payne. 15) South. of Range twenty-one (21) east, -

:= I <,' ?ed Intently at this, their parsonage that day. lIe did not seem to be so Certificate No. 204 embraces lot 43 I containing more or less.one hundred and sixty ((160) &:res. Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System '

= .: ? Then the serious little girl fond of sweet corn as he had assured in East Lawtey assessed Henry E. M. JOHNS. The Old Standard general strenzthralne tonic

*Bbled lIe talked very little, too. Special Mfeter. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC, drives outMslaria.ennchei
;% under. followed Prudence. ;
the fence, JNO. C. COOPFR &: SOX,
blood.and builds
'1 2? by the Uthe-llmbetl twins. A And as soon as possible he took his Unless said certificates shall be re And A. V. LONG, t..n. A true tonic. For.Aialts n4cb Wten.up the sy SOc." -

'I 1: TerIS short one-and then Pru- hat and walked hurriedly away. He deemed according to law tax deed will 1 Solicitors tot Plaintiff. 1-5-51 t

1i **, was wriggling beneath the: "Cows Have Such Funny Backs."
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i:1 motored to Gainesville last Thursday Miss Olga Ward spent the weekendat i i --...;;: -
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HEILBRONN.Mrs. afternoon to attend to business there. Long Bridge, the guest of Mr. and I BRADFORD

i Messrs. T. R.;'. and T. J. Collins, J. F. Mrs. M. S. Hayes.Mr. We 1

Irving Green and Mrs. Damonare I Brooks, J. A.:Abbott and mother, \Irs'l and Mrs. Harvey Searson, )Ir. I Barry regret and to learn that }tr. J. "
reported on the sick list this week. Emily Abbott, were attending busi- .and Mrs H. B. Sheetz and infant Bradford family, who have ,
County News Items )Ir. Tilton Browning, whose nice ness in Starke last Friday.Mr. daughter, Jeannette, and Mrs. Mary I I r era! their home for the past I1adt
years, hate sev.
home was sold a few days ago has and Mrs. G. B. poison and Misses Passavant and son, Robert, left last They will moved to Lakeland
( be ,
moved to the New River section and Olga and Thelma Ward motored to Saturday for Tampa, where they will added much greatly missed, as
/ we wish for him both success and hap- Hampton last Thursday afternoon and reside in the future. )Ir. 1' Our eommnni'
latcrcftinf facts Gathered During the Week kr Our in his undertakings. W. Me-Leed,
piness new visited friends. After spending a couple of weeks ,ford school teacher of Bra
t Regular Correspondents. Mr. Ned Wainwright made a trip to i Mr. Ritch, of Connecticut, spent last at his home here, Mr. Julian Collins i his spent the week-tnd witk
parents :
the county hub Tuesday of this week. week in Brooker. lie spent most of 'returned to his school near Lake But- 'Leod, of Dukes. and Mrs R, W. hd,
Mr. A. J. Cowart of Baker county the nearbywoods.
the time hunting game in ler Monday.Mr. Mr. G.
spent the week-end at this place with I C. Barry left last
Mrs. LeRoy Osteen l left last I I for Lake Wednesda
WOODLAWN PARK.Dr. Evelyn Seals. his brother, Mr. C. C. Mrs. Lydia Anderson spent last and City, where he win ,
for Plant City, where they'expect attend
High School Paper-Rawley Scot- New homes in this vicinity are being week in Lake Butler at the bedside of Saturday I
; in the future.Dr. Mr.
live and
built by the Mott Bros., B. F. Robinson her granddaughter, :Miss Ruth Green to Mrs T. B. Edwards
L. I. Iamb, of Brooker, was a ten.A fast game of basket ball was and Marion Reddish. who Friday night and L. L. Lamb, U. D. Johns and at the home d{their son, Mr. visited I

visitor here Monday. played on the courts of the Hampton The G. W. Wainwright family, Levy I was buried passed Saturday away afternoon in the E. L. Crosby transacted business inStarke I C. W. Edwards, of the Miller and lira.

4 ; Mr. J. S. Norman was transacting High School Saturday afternoon by Sweat Lloyd Moore and Prof. L. A. ,Dekle cemetery near her home. Monday. last Sunday aectioll,
business in Starke Wednesday. Messrs. H. R. Brown and M. P. Mr. W. II.
the team of the Lawtey High School Davis were visiting in Vanderbilt section Mr. Lee Byrd, of Yulee, is visiting Kartell and family
Mrs. H. D. Johns, of Brooker is against the Hampton boys. The game Sunday.Mr. relatives in and near Brooker this Matheny motored'to Gainesville Monday having quite a serious time with 111
: filling in the term of school for Mr. was fast and exciting, and both teams W. II. Johnson is disposing of week. and attended business there. I measles but we sincerely. t, M u.the. .
B. M. Bryan who was called home ont i played well, but the score stood 24 to another load of produce in Jacksonville :Messrs.: Barney Andrew and Thomas; Messrs. N. G. Hall, T. B. Pinholster they will all soon be able' -v to!"be" WIIt- i
account of the serious illness of his in favor the this week. Shaw and Pin- again.Mr. out
4 of Hampton boys. Baxter, of Jacksonville, visited relatives I Aubrey Cone, John Guy I
TTY father. We are glad to note that Mrs. W. Deals have been recently made re- here Sunday and Monday. holster motored to Starke Monday :: O. W. Parry made a
t Mrs. J. M. Hudson who has been E. Wainwright who has been follows John For- I entertainment trip to Alachua
quiteill sulting in moves as : Misses Ethel and Maybelle Byrd, of: night and attended the last Saturday. .'
i visiting relatives and friends here for ; is improving. syth to the John Stalsby place near Graham were visitors here last Sun at the High School auditorium by the We areg lad to say that Miss Ced
the past two weeks returned to her Strawberries are coming in now and Lawtey: ; W. C. Clemons to the John Glee Club of Columbia College. Raborn, who has been on the sick f.;

:; home at Wildwood Wednesday. everything: begins to take on a spring- .. Forsyth place and Fisher Gaskins to day.Mr.: and Mrs. L. R. Green were i in Messrs. Landon Green and L. Morgan for the past few weeks, is able tofc&t
; Mr. 0. J. Phillips was transacting time the H. C. Clemons home and here's out again
appearance. Lake Butler last week and attendedthe attended business in the county '
.lit business in Lawtey Monday. The regular monthly services will hoping that each family may be well funeral of Mr. Green's sister, on site Tuesday. Mr. W. M. Harrell was at ma r ,
x :Miss Julia Hudson who has been je held at the Baptist church next Sun- pleased with their
v mote. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mr. Holder naval stores man of Springs on business last Saturdar I
(. relatives and friends here the
jfe.1 4 past two weeks returned to her home day and Saturday before.RAIFORD. We regret to note that several of T. C. Hazen visited Jacksonville South Florida, was in Brooker this Mr. Raud Crews and Miss Evafi .

-0..;.. ; ; at Wildwood Wednesday. the pupils are having to begin workon last Saturday night and returned Sun- week. wards attended church at Fort Can* :
_. the farms since the holidays. Mrs. Hand, traveling saleswomanfor Sunday.
t Mr. Drew Reddish and family, Mrs. day.Mr.. J. M. Shaw made a business tripto the Goodrich Drug Co., was in our Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards, of jra.

P.; ; ; GRAHAM. Miss Addie Rivers of Edith, Ga., T. L. Wainwright and Miss D. K. John- Orlando last Saturday returning city this week. ler, visited at the home of their pat: j
\ is visiting her sister Mrs. G. H. Cone son were visiting friends and relativesin i Sunday. Miss Margaret Brown of Hallsboro ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards'hi i'{'
'rt : The farmers are busy now preparingtheir this week. Raiford Sunday.Mr. Messrs. P. M. Barefoot, J. L. Shriver N. C., was the guest of Miss Edyth.! Wednesday
: ; land for another crop. The ber- Mr. J. S. Register, of Elarbee, wasa Ellery Sapp was in our village A. B. Crosby, J. L. Pinholster and Jno. Crosby the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Cone of Lufc.;
: ; ry patches are getting white with business visitor here Monday.Mrs. shopping Monday. Shaw, Jr., motored to Hampton last Mrs. Bart Stephens of Lake But were the guests of }Ir. and Mrs JT. I
t ; ; blooms and are doing well. M. D. Lassiter of New Smyrna Rather than to disappoint and be Sunday afternoon. ler, was shopping in Brooker Tuesday Edwards last Wednesday.
I Elder J. B. Crews filled his regular is a guest at the Hotel Tavoli this disappointed, after breaking down Messrs. B. H. Rowe and Willie Shawof afternoon. Remember, church services at Bni
t : appointment here last Sunday and I week. with his car, :Mr. Ancel Wainwrightused Macclenny, were guests at the homeof Dr. W. Middleton, of Hampton, ford next Saturday and Sunday
"'t : preached an able sermon morning and Messrs. J. P. and Geo. Coffin, of a mule Sunday afternoon to fill Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby last was in Brooker Tuesday afternoon on Sunday school at 3:30 p. m, Q{
: evening. Johnstown, were business visitors in an engagement.Mr. Saturday and Sunday.Mr. professional business. prayer meeting at 7:30 every Saturday
a+ : ; Rev. J. II. Newbern, of Adel, Ga., is Raiford Tuesday. L. L. Conner, of the Vanderbilt Dya', traveling salesman of Mr. Joe Warren, of Palatka, is vis- night. Everybody cordially invited '
visiting his daughter at Graham Mrs. Misses Loca and Dora Johnson, who section, had the misfortune last week Fernandina, was in Brooker last Sat iting at the home of his brother, Mr.
z* ; L C. Smith. spent the holidays at their home, in of allowing his newly purchased $390 urday. H. S. Warren, at Clayno. The Quinine Tint Does Not Affect Til ...
: .I I Mr. J. C. Barry has moved his stock i Raiford have returned to their school. piano to fall from his wagon into a Quite a number of Waldo citizens Miss Mamie Pinholster of Hampton TIVE Because BB0MO of its QCIXlNEu venue and laxatve effect .trL
? huch.
: of goods to New River where he will j I Mr. J. B. Rosier and his grandson, ditch of water near New River bridge attended the Masonic meeting here on spent theweek-end with her mother Quinine and doe not cans DerroaiWS
{1 : do business in the future.Mr. Master Guy Rosier, of the Redding while in transit from Raiford to his last Saturday afternoon. near this place. look nneine for in the head sijfWure Kemembet of the W. fan GAorE.IF.THE nuuS.
J. J. Byrd is putting in a stockof bridge section, were in town Tuesday.Mr. home. A number or friends were soon fc
goods in the J. C. Barry house at and Mrs. W. D. Johns and Dr. at hand to assist in replacing it into
; ,: this place. He solicits a liberal share L. L. Lamb, of Brooker were visitorsto his wagon and we hope he may find I
"'; of the patronage of the community and Raiford Monday.Mr. that no serious damage was done to
Q l will the instrument. It is needless say I I
l ,. treat you.right.. H. W. Raiford returned from a to
-\,r. Lang- -Wilson- is erecting a nice trip to Lake Park Ga., last Wednes- that Lawson in the future, will st'cure-//
I : little cottage on his lot in Graham.Mr. ly tie such commodities before i FIfTH
Mose Lane has moved from day.Rev.. and Mrs. Paul Kendall and ing on our roads regardless of what CARLOAD COMING !
Largo to Graham and is living in one daughter spent Sunday in Raiford. others may tell him in connection with
z, : of Mr. J. R. Bevill's houses. Miss Dora Johnson, who is teaching the affair.
s 9 ; Prof. A. C. Crews and family spent in the Heilbronn Springs school, spent Mrs. H. C. Vanderploeg, of Jacksonville -
the holidays with their many friends Sunday at her home here. is a guest at the H. D. Carter
at Graham. Mr. R. H. Weaver, of the Weaver home this week. ST. LOUIS MARKET

:, Mr. W.! L. Breeden, of the Brooker Drug Co., made a business trip to Mr. Frank Williams, of Macclenny,
} : section, has moved to the Robt. Reddish Mayo Monday and returned Tuesday is working with H. S. Hilliard.
: place near Graham. night. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wainwright vis-

a / Mr. Henry Taylor of Lake Butler, ited her parents Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.L. .

MILLER. spent Sunday with his parents Mr. L. Sapp.
+ and Mrs. B. T. Taylor, in Raiford.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Burney, whose
k Horace and Miss Evaetta Jacobs little daughter Eva is very sick with
., Rev. 'H. S. Miller had a severe at- after spending the holidays with relatives ] i pneumonia had the misfortune oJ los-
fi tack of heart trouble on last Monday in Raiford returned to their ing their six weeks old child on last

night. Dr. Maines, of Lake Butler, home in Columbia S. C., Saturday.Mrs. Friday, which, strange to say, was
., was summoned and soon had him restored A. F. Cranford, of Jacksonville one year to a day from the time an-
to his usual health. came Sunday for a visit with her other of their children died. Besides
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown visited at parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Sapp. much sickness and grief in his family
the home of Carter of the New Zion Mr. S. P. Denmark has bought a Mr. Burney also lost a fine horse onlya
: communityl one day this week. farm near Raiford and moved out to few weeks ago.
; J. E. Thomas made a business trip it with his family. Miss Beatrice Futch, of Jacksonville,

to Alachua Tuesday.T. Miss Mae Dees, music instructor of is the guest of Misses Mabel and Louie
H. Rimes and family and Mr. and the Raiford school, returned Sunday Belle Carter this week. I
iT. Mrs. H. S. Miller attended church at from Mayo, where she spent the holi- The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. .
Bland Alachua county, Sunday.D. days with her mother. ;Irving Green died Monday night and '
L. Clyatt and family visited Mr. Mesdames W. S. Graham and J. T. was buried in Crosby cemetery Wed- j
;u J. I. Dubose of Little Sun- nesday. '
Springs Lewis went to Starke Tuesday. Miss I
day.: Anna Vivian Graham who c
: spent the
Prof. N. W. Hall made a business holidays with her brother in Starke, LAWTEY. '! I
f1" trip to Starke last Saturday. returned with them.L. .

.. J. L. Matthews and family of Bland, Sapp and family who have resid r _
: passed through our town one day last ed in Raiford for number A son was born to Re,'. and Mrs. T.
: week. moved to Palatka a of years, S. Stark last Tuesday morning.Mr. I -

: J. M. Dubose and family of Starke, Mr. Tobe Norman Monday., of Vanderbilt T. D. Adams, cashier of the I
.- visited Mrs. Dubose's brother, D. L. was a business visitor here Tuesday, Lawtey State Bank visited his family I I -I-- :
Clyatt Monday. in Watertown last Sunday.
Misses Thenie and Eva
Knight and I ,
: Mr. Messrs. E. E. Burney, E. J.
and Mrs. E. H. Doulassisited Edith Rivers, of Lake Butler, spent Roberts .
Mrs. Douglass' parents :Mr.: and Mrs. Sunday in Raiford, the guests of Mrs and Henry Burney were visitors to ____I ___
J. I. Dubose, Sunday.We L. C. Taylor. Jacksonville Monday. I "Itll Ct t uv d ,kt
: are sorry to report th.t our I Iesrs.; B. D. Kelly and S. W. Smith Messrs. M. L. Loadholtz and E. E. f'
school has had to Burney were visitors to Lake Butler
suspend operationson j spent Monday and Tuesday in Jack- '
last .
account of measles. "sonville.
Elder R. B. Crawford filled his regular H. C. Peace was transacting
o appointment at the church of business in Jacksonville last Friday. '
Christ last Sunday.W. | LONG BRIDGE. :Mayor W. F. Godwin had the misfor-

f' 0. Brooks, of Providence, wasa tune to sprain his ankle a few days
business visitor in our community There was an entertainment at the ago which confined him to his room
1 !' one day this week. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner for several days. -
} ; J. S. Brown and :\. H. Stokes made.''Mast! Thursday; night. Quite a large ReGalloway, of the Methodist Our Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr. is ,
f a business trip to Dukes last Tuesday. !I I crowd of young people were present church. South, filled his regular ap- now In St. Louie selecting

I. E., 0. S. and Murray Thomas !!and all report an.enjoyable evening. pointment at Ortega mission last Sun- our FIFTH carload of
f'* ;; f.' made a business trip to Lake City one {i I i Mrs. D. P. Hickaby and little daughter : day. MULES and HORSES for the As
I day last week. I t J+[ Willie, of Ocala, spent a few days )Ir. and Mrs. R. R. Thede, Mrs. J. C. the demand season.

with Mrs. Hickabv's'? r"n.MI'Pr.tI..?. *'A4.-. ."1UU-,;a I Cone Mrs. W. H. Edwards and Miss is constantly for better stock
: HAMPTON. i Mrs. R. R. Ierritt, last week. Louiebelle Brown motored to Jacksonville this consignment .
Mr. Roan Turner was a business ,-is- Tuesday.Mr. will be the best
itor to Lake Butler last Thursday afternoon W. M. Montgomery, of Orange ever brought! to Starke. We will have animals
o F. C. Whittenhorne, of Palatka was Park, was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. for
here Tuesday in the interest of the' Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Tison was a Postmaster R. B. Jackson was every purpose, all well broken sound and '.
Times Union. visitor to the State Farm last Wednes transacting: business in Jacksonville This guaranteed.
Mrs. Kate Sparkman of Waldo was Thursday. shipment will reach
day.Mrs. us
t. a visitor here Tuesday. I. F. Merritt and Misses Lena Rev. T. B. Lawrence, pastor of the on
No church service was held here last Merritt were in Lake Butler shopping )I. E. church, left Tuesday for St.
t. Sunday. Rather unusual for Hamp : last Wednesday. Cloud to attend the annual conferenceof FRIDAY

1. ; ton. Miss Pearl Howard, Macclenny,, the St. Johns River Conference of JANUARY 19th.
k Rev. John Mullady is engaged in a is the attractive guest of her sifter, the Methodist Episcopal church. :
B ( revival meeting at Arredondo this Mrs. Jim Adkins. Mrs. G. C. Wooten and children left

1 week. I Little Miss Iris Drake,. of Raifn.d. last Saturday for Georgia where twill hpI J. W.
+ The directors of the Hampton State, !I spent: last week with her grand-- ---par-- spend several weeks with relatives ANDREWS &
Bank held their annual, meeting at the eats, Mi. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt 'and friends. I SON
bank Tuesday evening, and after The Mr. and Mrs. STARKE
reviewing prayer meeting was a success, Jasper Scarborough, FLORIDA
., the books which show a sub- last Friday night. A large crowd attended of Jacksonville were visitors to law- ,
stantial gain of nearly 50 per cent over and had a splendid meeting. It tey-last Sunday. ==
last year's business, the annual elec was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Miss Florence Williams left for her =
tion was held as follows: 'Jasper Tison. [home in Washington, D. C., after .
A.. A. McDonald, J. V. Jones The spending the :
S. R. i Long Bridge school was opened holidays at the home of
r Johns A. A. Durden and W. G. SeaL, I| :Monday, January 8th. Miss McRay her sister Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke in
directors; A. A. Futch, cashier. 1 of Carrabelle, is the new teacher who East Lawtey.Mrs. HULL'S

, i t k The following program will be ren- will finish the school term. She is A. M. Van Dyke was in Jacksonville DEPARTMENT
I I dered at the High School building on highly recommended and we trust that last Friday and Saturday. STORE
( Friday afternoon: I her work with us will be satisfactory Mr. Grover C. Wooten was a visitor I
.i, Song "America" By school. 1 and that the school will be the best of to Jacksonville last Friday. We buy in exchange Corn
Recitation-Ruby Hicks. its size in the The annual installation Sweet Potatoes
county. ; of officers Eggs
i Piano Solo-Maggie Maxwell I Miss was held at We sell Groceries Hardware Chickens and other Produce.
Phyla Renfroe was in Lake Lawtey Camp No. 159 W. Crockery and GI I
; Debate "Resolved that there Butler 0. W.. Tuesday
is Saturday shopping. evening.BROOKER.. Paints Gasoline
. J: :. more harm done by whiskey than by Mr. John Yarborough, of Raiford Feeds, Fertilizers, Lime and Bricke'Werbuure, Hats, Oils,

: war." Affirmative*J"le Middleton, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Marion lots and are prepared to make low in solid car
' Broadus Hardin, Henry Hicks. Negative Moody, Sunday.y. We give good siand
( ; weight to all. sPRe measure
t -Willie Maxwell, Carl Jones I Yo an honest
Rawley Scotten. Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System :Mr. John Rogers of Worthington Square Deaf, __. .. .
> Vocal was a business caller in Brooker '
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