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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 19, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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," VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1917. NUMBER 29. [r


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t. ADMIRALDEWEYDIESATHOME1N ]HEILBRONNW1LL GERMAN RAIDER LAWSON DECLARES HE IS TELLING




it',. CAPITAL CITY AFfER BRIEF ILLNESS BE SCENE OF DIRECTORS SINKING SHIPS ON THE TRUTH CONCERNING THE LEAK .




r : Manila Bay Hero-Passed Away I HEARD NATIONAL BANK OF MEET ATLANTIC COAST BIG SALE OF MULES MADEBY Further. Sensational- Testimony


Tuesday Night And Closed JACKSONVILLE CLOSED J. W. ANDREWS & SON Expected in President's


9 An Eventful Career. LOOKING TO IMPROVEMENTOF AT LEAST A DOZEN SHIPS Peace Note Scandal. _

.- 'President Heard Assures De. Southern Cattle Feeding Company .
WELL KNOWN SPRINGS OF ALLIES HAVE BEEN SUNK

NEWS FLASHED TO WAR positors That They Will Be I Bought Eleven Head PROMINENT BANKERS ARE

: SHIPS AND NAVAL STATIONS Paid in Full. OTHER NEWS ITEMS OF WEEK RAIDER IS EVIDENTLY WORKINGOFF Averaging 1 1100 Pounds. SUMMONED TO TESTIFY

SENT IN BY TELEGRAPH'S SOUTH AMERICAN -

: DEATH CLOSED CAREER OF 62 The Heard National Bank, of Jacksonville CORRESPONDENT.An COAST-SHIP DESCRIBED. The fifth carload of mules to be ALL INDICATION POINT TO THE I

.;:: YEARS OF ACTIVE NAVAL SER. was closed Tuesday morning W.shipped Andrews into Starke& Son arrived this season by J. PROBABILITY OF THE GOVERNMENT .-

by order of its board of directors, ands Thursday
, c VICE-FLAGS ORDERED HALF. now in charge of a national bank important meeting of the directors LONDON, Jan. 17.-Eight British morning from the St. Louis market. PROBE BEING PUSHEDTO j

- MASTED-FUNERAL WILL BE examiner who will close up its affairs. and others interested in the improvement and two French merchant vessels are The car contained 25 head and they I THE LIMIT TO FIND OUT I

John J. Heard, president of the bank, of the famed Heilbronn believed to have been sunk by a Ger- are as fine animals as were ever ship- GUILTY PARTIES.

HELD TOMORROW. has issued a statement in which he Springs is to be held here on next man raider. ped into Bradford county.
is Most of the boats, when last reported Within a few hours after the mules
says the depositors in the institutionwill Monday, and although this meeting -
:p be paid in full. He states that I not for the purpose of securing a were in the South Atlantic, indicating were unloaded! !-- eleven ]head of them
. WASHINGTON D. C.
_ 'f, WASHINGTON, Jan. 16.-Admiral ti' the decision of the directors to close greater interest or for selling shares that the German raider has beenat were sold to Capt. McL. Conoly, superintendent Thomas W. Lawson, the famous, Jan. 16.-Boston

;. Dewey, the nation's Spanish war hero t the bank was for the purpose of pro- to outsiders, still we would advise work off the South American coast. for the Southern Cattle banker recalled the witness-
,was to
3; and by priority of grade the ranking 1 tecting the interests of the depositors.The 1 lhose who can arrange to do so to At Norfolk last night, there was picked Feeding Company, whose big ranch stand this when the house
naval officer of the world, died his themselves the wireless warning that a Ger- lies a few miles east of Starke. One morning
for a
"' :;f : at. sworn statement of the conditionof I come out and see up rules committee the
p .'t home here tonight in his eightiethHe the bank shows it to have on handan :possibility of gre\t achievements to be man raider was off the Brazilian coast, pair of mules sold to Capt. Conoley the note resumed leak scandal.hearingsof Lawson I
had not been conscious since the last Friday. weighed 2550 pounds and the average peace
iear. amount of money greatly in excess accomplished with this work in
i when he lapsed into coma, and The Ge'rman vessel was described as weight of the eleven head was about dramatically told th committee that I
;' yesterday, t tt" of legal requirements, and it is prob- near future. Come bring your "unless
!!I till believing that in a few days he able that a dividend will be paid to wife, too. a ship .f about 4,000 tons, well armed 1100 pounds. The company is break- he said your I chairman said what I say

; l would be back at his desk in the navy the I If. depositors in the near future. Mrs. Irving Green and little Eva and with torpedo tubes. She had one ing several hundred acres of land and am guilty of foul perjury ,
unfit of
and to be
outside the
f anywhere
he needs some heavy stock to do this
sick this week. black funnel and two masts. I
: department The Burney are our "
l feeling seems to be very gen- work. bars of a prison.
I
:;\ A general breakdown accompanied I eral that depositors will not lose heav- Mrs. H. C. Vanderploeg, after visit- In conversation with Paul M. Warburg, president of the '
\ scierosis incident to old ing relatives here for a week, has returned FIRE WEDNESDAY MORNING a representative -
arterio age
t f: by ily. Other banks in Jacksonville have of the Telegraph Captain Conoly federal reserve board, issued a state. .
t ....-:.. was the cause of death. The disease already offered to make advances to to her home in Jacksonville. said that his would run 100 ment today positively denying all .

r had been gradually spreading its hold the depositors in the Heard Nationalon Messrs. Joe D. Peele, Schellie Rosier James Kite, Jr., Loses Residence on plows this season company in planting corn, velvet knowledge of the peace note leak except ..

; &, upon his powerful body for a year and proper identification and assignment Delbert Sapp and Misses Janie and Front Street-Nothing Saved. beans and other forage to that obtained through newspapers ;
I ,. a half, but the admiral; proud of his I of their deposits. This would Lillie Sapp, of Rosier, attended church be utilized in fattening beef and crops pork .. lie also states that he is more '

'$: physical vigor, had fought it off and not be done if it were not known that here Saturday night. next fall and winter. The company's than anxious and willing to testify before _
F ,' even kept its existence a secret from the depositors of the Heard have a The families of Messrs. Sam'and F. About 2 a. m. Wednesday, Night I sale of beef steers from this season's the committea.

I ,. most of his intimate friends. Last good chance of getting their money. M. Norman motored over to Union to Marshal Burnsed, who was at the depot fattening will amount to about $10-

. Wednesday he was at his office apparently The failure of a small banking institution the sing Sunday afternoon.Rev. at the time, noticed a peculiar 000. Besides their large farming LEE'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVANCE. 1 5
hale and hearty. The next day in Jacksonville and anotherone L. A. Donnelly filled his regular briht light toward the south, and was the is going ahead operations 1I
company
he collapsed as he was preparing to at Live Oak is also recorded in the appointment at Heilbronn church Sat- : soon convinced that a building was on with the extension of their _

; leave the house, and the beginning of daily papers of Thursday. These urday and Sunday.Mr. fire. He ran to the scene and found They still have miles pastures.of fenceto On Friday, January 19th, at 2:30 p.
twenty
the end was at hand. banks were connected with the Heard, and Mrs. Robert Cone, of Starke that the residence of James Kite, Jr., build. m., in the high schol auditorium, the

Wife and Son Present Mr. Heard being president of the Live were visiting relatives here Sunday. on Front street, near Jackson, was This is one of the largest enterprisesever Daughters of the Confederacy and the 4 _
Mr. Cone is having a residence erect- inside. The fire United Confederate Veterans will meetto
Oak bank. The Heard connected burning violently
was foot ir.
and the admiral's only put on Florida and in
: Mrs. Dewey ed his tract of land the I observe the 110th
? near of
upon alarm sounded anniversary
possible
with number of small banks over'the was as soon as
a Captain have
son, George, were at the bedside tonight L. plantation, and we under- Conoly they the right the birth of the Souh's chieftain .
: Sapp as
state and it may be that the next few and the firemen were on the scene in in the great
had known since man right place.PLEASANT
They yesterday stand it he intends to place tenant Robert Edward Lee.
days will witness still other failures, a a very short time, but the fire was so
: there was no hope. but its connections were not sufficiently there during the coming cropseason.Mr. far advanced that all the boys coulddo The guest of honor on this occasionwill

: The admiral died at 5:56 o'clock. large as to seriously affect business and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez, of Rai- was to protect the adjacent build- PARTY. be the president of the Florida Division -

President Wilson and Secretary Dan- conditions in the state. In Brad- ford, were guests at the Drew Reddish U. D. C., Mrs. II. H. McCreary,
,- iels were notified at once, and the news home the later part of last week, and ings.Mr. Wednesday evening a party was of Gainesville, who will give a brief
ford county the failure will probablynot and Mrs. Kite were not at home.
? was flashed to American naval vessels while here attended church .at Heil- given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. talk. -
affect conditions in the least. Word had been sent from Mr. B. _
stations wireless all the E. 0. Fralick, corner Church and Laura
and by over Our
bronn. newly elected Mayor Col. Joe
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The largest depositor of the Heard Dees that his Charley brotherof
son, a
world. The message carried orders Mr. James Mott, of Worthington, streets, in honor of Miss Elsie Harrison Hill Williams, will deliver the address.
bank in Bradford that have Mrs. Kite ill the Kites
county we was ,
be half-masted. very of Worthington, aid Mr. Elmer
that all here visit his mother last
to All
flags motored invited attend
are cordially to
_
The president will confer tomorrow learned of is C. P. Cason, of Starke.He had gone there the evening before and Fralick, of Providence. The party this The :
had $3,000 on deposit with them, Tuesday. knew nothing of the fire before their meeting. fallowing program
r. with Secretary Daniels and Rear Admiral Miss Lavonia Green, of Starke, is was a pleasant affair, and was enlivened has been arranged:" ,
but feels sure that he will get his mon return next morning.Mr. .
Badger and arrange for the funeral the welcome guest of Miss Susie Sapp by music by that skilled pianist, Call to order-Mrs. L. A. Davis,
when the affairs of the institutionare Kite believes that the fire was
ey Mrs. H. C. Waters. Hot chocolate and
t !, which probably will take place this week. Chapter President.
? r. Burial will be at Arlington wound up. Messrs. A. A. Wainwright and Lacy the work of an incendiary, as there isO wafers were-served. Mrs. Waters and Invocation-Rev. T. L. Z. Barr.Historian's '
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'ther to account for it. Harolds.
way Mrs. H. 0. Smith
!! charmingly assistedin 4
: JUtionai cemetery. Green and Misses Addie Brown and Program- _
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; Only two other men-Farragut and STARKE VICTORIOUS IN DbuBLE Leacy Harris were at the sing last : Brown, who had of some the goods storedin entertaining the guests. Opening Song, Suwannee River.

Porter-have held the rank of the ad- HEADER.The Sunday. a spare room building, was The following were the guests present Introduction of Stats President, Mrs.
of the first to arrive at the fire.
: miral of the American navy and since Messrs. N. D. and W. E. Wainwrightof one : Misses Lucile Tatum, Lena ]McCreary.Duet .

: civil war days no military man has Starke, visited their brother, T. L., While he could not save his property} j Chancey, Ruth French, Doris Scott; Love's Old Sweet Song"-Mrs. ;
School and the he made the discovery that the door of
His death Osceola High last ]Messrs. Clifford Tatpm, Gary Ennis, J.
been so popular as Dewey. of this place Sunday.Mr. E. Futch, Miss Emma Darby.
I ,ended 62 years of active service. His Hampton scrubs played the Starke Richard Griffis marketed a crateof the room was not locked and that had the Raiford Epperson, Drayton Colley, Address, Robert Edward Lee-May
As Mr. Kite
the lock.
baptism of fire came in the civil war, High School boys last Saturday after berries Tuesday, but we haven't key the key was of in the door on his key ring, it Wilbur Scott, Tom Chastain, of Lake I or Joe Hill Williams.'

through which he served with distinc- noon, on the Starke 'campus. learned what he realized from the sale. seems that the'residence had been en- Butler. Song, Selected.

tion. Promotion followed promotion Connor, of Ocala, acted as referee I Mr. Julius Norman and Miss Frances tered by an outsider. Reading, "Marse 'Robert Asleep" .

-. 1 AS the years passed, and he was a for the boys, and his decisions gave Green of this place, were quietly mar- There was some insurance on the METHODIST CHURCII NEWS. -Miss Frances Clark. ''

-. :. commodore commanding the Asiatic universal satisfaction. ried on last Wednesday.Miss building in favor of J. J. Chaplin,"of Closing Song, Dixie.VANDERBILT .

fleet when the orders "Capture or destroy ,Osceola's line-up was: Meffert, cen- Eva Williams, assistant in the Jacksonville, who formerly owned it Last Sunday morning and eveningat

the enemy fleet," gave him the Britt front Rentz Vanderbilt school was a pleasant visitor and holds mortgage on the property. the Methodist church the pastor NEWS ITEMS.
ter Home front ,
first of hostilities with Spain and ; ; ; at the G. W. Wainwright home on
news I There also was some insurance on the Mr. Barr, preached on the subject of -
1 him into Manilla bay for the feat guard; Clark, guard. last Sunday.Mr. .
sent ,
furniture, though not enough to cover "Remember the Sabbath day. Both
than won undying fame and had far- Starke-Thomas, center; G. Beasley i Clarence Futch, of Lawtey, and the loss which Mr. Kite estimates at The farmers are buay preparing
in
handled
} Teaching effect upon the position of front; D. Colley, front; speer, guard; Mr. Warren Bloodsworth, of Raiford, $1,000. sermons were a masterly their land for another crop.
and well received the W. S. and :S. M. Norman
the United States as a world power. < Wall, guard. were in this vicinity prospecting last manner were by Harnage
Sunday.Mr. large and attentive congregations.Mrs. gave a log rolling last week, taking in
Promoted to Rear Admiral Hampton-Maxwell, center; Scotten
DEATH OF MRS. SMALL
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, of Rai Barr, who is a thorough musician new land.
l' Immediately advanced front; Hardin, front; Witt, guard; i The fine.
Dewey was ford, were visiting here Sunday. is reorganizing the choir. On berry crops are looking
to rear admiral and then congress by Turner, guard.StarkeEnsey. Mrs. Mamie Laingford and little A letter from Mannville, N. Y., an- this occasion ten good voices led in ,A daughter was born to Mr. and

apecial act made him admiral of the center; C. Beasley, daughter, Louise, after an extended nounces the death of Mrs. Small, who the Mrs. J. S. Sapp Tuesday, Jan. 9.
singing hymns, and before the
grade that died with him. Since Kickliter front Tomlinson, sermon :Mr. F. T. Norman and family are
S navy, a front; ; trip of several weeks to Kingsland, lived near Starke until about ten years
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
1900 he has been on duty at the navy guard; C. Colley, guard. Ga., made their return last Wednes- ago, and was then Mrs. Hagaman, rendered solo. beautifully This choiris going to move to town. They will be
,'AI department as president of the general Our boys came off with flying colors widow of the late N. D. Hagaman. an exquisite greatly missed.
board constantly in touch with all day.Senices fortunate in having the assistanceof Miss Lovonia Green is spending a
the
T held
'" the being as follows: Starke were at Burney Many here held the deceased in high
1 activities of the navy, advisor of secretaries 45 ,Kissimmee score 8. Starke 41, Hamp- school house last Sunday by one Rev. esteem and regret her departure. The Mrs. Barr, the pastor's wife, who few days at Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp's

, ? and a mighty champion of a Jenkins,.and. quite a crowd were out letter follows: possesses a splendid, clear soprano this week.
'S ,greater fleet Year after year the general ton 14. to her his address.T. :Mrs. Jennie Hagaman Small died on voice; and Miss Myra Barr, who singsa Mrs. Belle Wodard, of Raiford, is

,:' board urged the building of more H. Morton made a business trip December 24, 1916, and was buried sweet alto, and is also an excellent spending a few days at Mr. and Mrs. -i

. ships than congress would agree to, MRS. WILSON'S HANDKERCHIEF here Monday last. December 26th in Elmwood cemetery, organist.On L. L. Conner's this i'ep.k.Mrs' .

'; 'until at the last session a great building SOCIAL. Mr. W. C. Clemons made a trip to Adams, New York. Sunday afternoon at three o'clock Noby Wilkinson, who has been

" :.. program based upon its recommendations Jacksonville on Saturday of last week. Nine years ago she was married to the Junior League held an interesting I ill for a few days, is able to be out

finally was adopted.It Rufus, Willie and Mrs. Rossie Red- Ambrose Small and they made their again.
of the admiral's keen As stated in a recent issue of the meeting, while at four o'clock a Sen- There will be church at Vanderbilt -* '
because Raiford Sun-
was dish attended church at home in Adams. Four years ago they
aversion to that his Telegraph, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson gave I ior Epworth League was organizedwith every second Sunday in each month.
any suggestion spent a year in California. After returning -
;: health and strength were failing that a dainty handkerchief, of the her own day.Everybody meet at Union Sunday at to Adams they moved to San- nineteen members and the following Everybody invited to attend.

the navy physicians attending him make, to Mrs. C. A. benefit Futch, of SaintMark's same 9 'a. m., for the singing practice be- dy Creek, N. Y., where they lived for officers: Misses Morrell McKi".neyNand Reba
for the Conner visited at the home of Mr. and
r ,agreed with the family to make no to be used Florida. The fore church hour. over a year. In May they came to President, S. S. Dowling.
Starke .
church of Mrs. Dock Norman's last Sunday.Mr.
:.i announcement of his condition after sent Mannville, N. Y., where they have First Vice President, Mrs. T. L. Z.
f .the attack Thursday. It was given out following invitations have been UGLOW SUFFERS ACCIDENT. since lived with her daughter, Hattie. Barr. William McF'rnoy is on the

t "that the admiral had a cold, and until out: The deceased was well known here Second Vice President To be sick list this week.
1 Mrs. PresidentWilson's ,
he "You are invited to .. her. sup- Mrs. F. T. Norman is spending a few
doctors and all who knew Many
:: Sunday evening the hoped liked by
'i Handkerchief Social, at the plied. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman'sthis
workon days at
at
night master the disease. Yesterday Tuesday Mr. J. Uglow was families have had a helping hand
poor
'i Sistrunk, Friday, Third Vice President Mrs. A. Z. week.A .
of G. M. ,
residence northeast of
his place
:-1 his condition had become so serious a building on from her, as she shared her worldly
that the facts no longer could be with January 19th, at 7:30 p. m. A charm- Starke, and while he was standing on goods with others. She leaves her Adkins. large crowd attended church last
light refreshments. Silver "horse" driving Fourth Vice President, Miss Delle Sunday night.
I' held. ing program a high carpenter's husband, one brother, Bert Roberts,
l I When news of the admiral's death offering. Benefit sidewalk fund St. nails into a board, the horse tpopled and one daughter, Mrs. Fred Fone, of Stroman. Mr. Math Fowler end family'havemoved
T. Norman house this
,. ;} was received at the White House, Mark's church. handkerchief will be over, and Mr. Uglow had an awkward Mannsville, N. Y. / Secretary, Drayton Colley. week. in the F. t

L: ,?' president Wilson authorized the fol- Mrs. Wilson's fall, suffering contusions and bruises.He Treasurer, Wilbur Scott. '
who holds the Mrs. Ella Haislon visited at the
: given to the person had to be carried to his residenceand TURNER. '
cI: DEATH OF MRS. Wall.
towing statement: Epworth Era Agent, Harold:
this evening. home of her mother last Sunday.
", death lucky number Dr. A. H. Freeman: yas sent for. i
t I "In expressing his grief at the : Press Reporter, Miss Amelia Ray. -
of The doctor found no bones broken ana
said
41 i:I the Admiral whole nation Dewey will, the mourn president the loss GRADING IN PROGRESS. no serious injury, but for a few days Mrs. Thomas J., Turner died at St. Organist, Miss Cleo Mitchell. BAPTIST CHURCH.

iLt( its most naval officer, Mr. Uglow was confined to his room. I Catherine Hospital Thursday, January The Senior League will meet every -
t distinguished IJ
.' a man who has been as faithful, as in- of Walnut street between J 17th, after having undergone two operations Sunday evening at fifteen minutes past Good services last Sunday morningand -I f
The grading for liver complaint. The remains six. Immediately after the Itague services Both music and attendance of
,te1licent and as successful in the per- Ninth and Call will probably be STEERS BROUGHT FANCY PRICES c evening. -
- c! tenance of his responsible duties in week, and the rolling 1 1I were interred in Prevatt ceme- preaching service will be held.A especially good at night. The
this
.time of and completed Rev. W. most cordial invitation is extended hurch held its annual business meeting :
: peace as he was gallant will start up next week. 1 tery, south of Starke, Friday,
|**Maful in time of war. It is just and paving have found much extra I The Telegraph received the following from- I G. Law, of the Sirst Baptist church. of to all who wish to join the Epworth for the transaction cf all business .
The engineers afternoon
)jeh tacn that give the service distincIgJ water conduits, laid I telegram Thursday Starke, officiating. League. and laying plans for the year 1917. f
in sinking :
r : and the nation a just pride in work too shallow, to a depth below the grad Williamson Q Dennis, Jacksonville The deceased, whose maiden name Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, pastor of the On last Wednesday night Rev. L. W. ..
Kickliter and wife and
commission men: Kickliter J. F. ,
X who serve it." that were too : Starke church for 1917, has by his ,
moving gate valves this market yesterdayfor was Miss Julia Jones, was born near -
1- _ ing lat- "We sold on Blanchard Law,who attended the Baptist
and removing stumps. The Strickland of Gainesville Starke 36 daughter of Mr. earnest interest in the work made a
jll high, W. A. years ago a convention at Orlando last week,
- lNs AND DENMARK TRADE. .ter, which are numerous, had been cutoff fat bean fed steers, averaging 630 and Mrs. J. T. Jones. Since her mar- most favorable impression on the reported a fine convention.
- ); :' .. beneath the surface, and the hundred, and,for church and town in general, and we
L* LtESheriff just in pounds, at $7.10 per riage to Mr. Turner she had made Unless there is good reason for not
:::::: Denmark and R.-S. Johns:: severe bumps automobiles sustained for. Flush Medlin & Means, of Hague, steers averaging Jacksonville her home. Of near rela- are expecting a successful year in all so doing, the church will begin a series : r .

:2|J traded properties, Denmark giv- places are thus accounted to conform 700 pounds at $7 per hundred. ,tives she leaves to mourn her untimely lines of church work? of meetings! next Sunday morning. ';

:$U*'holdings in Starke to Johns for.Bradford tanks and manholes, built established, also Flesh, fat and quality will bring top .death a son by a former marriage, her The public is cordially invited to attend '; .,, '!
first
: House, corner South and with the grade as conform with market prices." parents, seven brothers, Messrs. Mallory G. W. Burnsed, of Green Cove these services. i
has had to be lowered to sale shows the great importance W. G. LAW, Pastor. :
streets. Mr. Denmark This is guest at the home of his f
of Jack- Springs, a
William and Crow Jones,
; last decided upon. feeding for beef cattleas _ S
Bradford the grade of good
possession of the of Okeechobee mother on Call street. Mr. Burnsed J
nd moved there with his f amJfcey well as the importance of grading sonville, Mr. Joseph Jones, -I states that the Dowling-Shands Lum- 0. L. Nash is again in the automobile

will conduct a hotel busi- ODD FELLOWS GROWING.May stock up to larger sizes. and Messrs. Oliver and Frederick ber Company are rebuilding their mill business, having bought F. H. ;.

r !hre, as Mr. Johns has hitherto Jones, of Starke, and one sister, Miss at Green Cove and that it will be in Thompson's share in the Starke Mo- .

e. 1 10 I. 0. O. F., initiated REVIVAL AT HAMPTON. Jessie Jones. The many engaging operation in about 60 days. tor Co., (formerly the Fireproof Garage -
Is ith properties are valuable. Mr. Lodge No. members, Tuesday qualities of mind and heart had gainedfor ). The concern is now owned by .

I I: DeW acquisition consist in the twenty'new occasion was celebrated the deceased numerous friends, Lem Sapp, of Raiford, was in town Mr. Nash and Mr.- P.. R. Eoatwright. .

:ar : corner Jackson and SanderS evening. The Rev. W. F. La Rowe will begin a who join the bereaved relatives in Thursday. Mr. Sapp recently movedto !
__ and speeches.
NtI. and the farm in the wes by a collation flourishing series of revival meetings at the Chris- mourning ner departure.Dr. another town, but before his goods Mr. M. L. Summers and family, of

es JIrUou of Starke known .as the The lodge is in a be very gathered from tion church, Hampton, on January vere unloaded got so homesick for Rai Providence, passed through Starke .

:.. r Edwards place. I condition, which may has 66 members, 29th. Mr. La Rowe is at present working lately- M. M. Fryer attended the meeting ford and the fertile fields of Bradford Sunday morning by automobile en-

: Johns is, at this writing, unde- the fact that it now it had only 29. at Lake Butler and has State of the Masonic Grand Lodge in county that he re-shipped the car and route to Hampton to spend' the day

; .I' _t step to take next, but he while 13 months all work ago in harmony for preached to the prisoners at the Jacksonville this week. is back home to stay. __ with their son, Mr. Jason Summers.It -

,. .. y.move to the farm last The members Farm. c.
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the state. "'" iness openly. Much of the looting ol U. S. HAS SPENT NEARLY $70,000,000 -4

; MAKEAFIGHTFOR Most of these land grants were not the public lands and public treasury of

only morally but legally wrong. Vast Florida has been what. the police call

areas of swamp and overflowed lands an "inside job," in which the corporation ARMY FOR BENEFIT OF VILLA

DRAINAGE granted to these railroads and corpor- agents and puppets have hidden ON THE 1
;
: ations did not belong to the state, and their real purposes sufficiently to be I ,

the state officials who gave them away entrusted with public offices, in which i number of big bills since the I I3

had no authority to do so And none positions they have been better ableto A paid a Villa" was issued and
Been to "get
Has order
OF mE'GLADES of them were intended for railroad and serve their real masters, the rai' Mexican Bandit militia was federalized. The larg-

other private purposes., These grantsto roads and corporations. And some of Costly Chase ((1)) With No est the single item has been the salariesof \

railroads constituted the violationof these Judases, still in public offices, officers and men in the regular army

a sacred public trust, a looting of are now loudest in their protestationsthat Results Reported. National Guard. These salar- 'A" I
LAND LEAGUE ASK and the
" OWNERS the public treasury and a diversionand the Everglades must be saved for would have to be paid to the reg- ;;: ji

" CATTS TO JOIN THEM IN IT dissipation of lands to which those the school fund. AMERICANS GAVE ies ulars at all times, but the regulars' .
t; who received them cannot prove valid The Everglades were given to Flor- MANY would not be so extensiveif A t,

r title, because the state, as donor, had ida on condition that they be drained. LIVES FOR "EXPERIENCE"PERSHING'S equipment Villa. _8. l
COST OF JOB ESTIMATED TO BE it were not for 4.
f not fulfilled the conditions under whichit After drainage was completed,.the remaining of the militiamen on active -
salaries
$40,000,000 BUT CLAIM WOULD was to have acquired title. lands were to go to the school The cut addi-
LIKELY TO a clear
TROOPS represents
SETTLE LANDS. No one is better aware of the shaky fund. The legislature, in petitioning duty Nor shouldone

and insecure nature of the title to congress for the Everglades, asked: BE RECALLED, WITH OUTLAW for brigadier that generals.the soldiering of the

these railroad and corporation land "That congress be requested to grantto CHIEF STILL ACTIVE, AND forget economic loss of
(Tampa Times.) holdings than the railroads and cor- this state all said lands on con- guardsmen means an
EXPENSIVE would "As
NOTHING GAINED FROM much wealth as they
porations themselves., dition that the state drain them and just so
Announcing that a fight to a finish sale thereof RALLY. normally produce in their civilian em-
The big special interests of Florida apply the proceeds of the BORDER-
: for real drainage of the Evergladeswill i which have been the beneficiaries of after defraying the expense of ployments. Light
be made through the coming session ranks as the second
of education. Subsistence
these improper land grants, have not draining, to purposes
'. of the legislature and that the COLUMBUS N. M., Jan. 18.-The of The government -
wanted and do not want any changein Congress made the grant, embodyingin largest item expense. AsaFeather"
r_ fight will be taken to the highest the policy or administration of the it this provision: "Provided, how- futile attempt of the United States allows 30 cents a day for the J

k T courts of the land if necessary, the Everglades lands, because they are ever, that the proceeds of said lands government to "get Villa dead oralive" feeding of each man. With 150,000men

Everglades land owners and development afraid such a change would lead to the whether from sale or by direct appro- has cost the American peoplea in the field, the food Bill was $45- j
concerns, through Secretary R., number of lives and a sum of money Considering an average of
' uncovering of their shaky titles and priation in kind, shall be applied exclusively 000 a day.
F A., Horton, has sent an open letter to close to $70,000,000. Yet, for 209 days, the
estimated at
recovering these millions of acres of as far as necessary, to the 120,000 men on duty "Talk ,about I
Governor Catts calling on him to make far the immediate object of the to January 13 has been light,
lands. food
lands for the people of the state., purpose of reclaiming said as as cost of up
good his promises for adequate drain- Say State Should do Whole Job The state of Florida had no moralor expedition is concerned, the whole undertaking $7,524,000. According to an estimate fluffy, tempting and I

age. The biggest and most successful legal right to grant any'of these is generally regarded as made by the war department, the cost wholesome Jelly Rolls, ..

I They state theat it will cost $40,000- reclamation works in the world are ,lands to the railroads: If the state of kitchen equipment, pay of cooks, ClkesBisr ui15andother;

000 to drain the 'Glades adequately, those which have teen planned and [had properly fulfilled its trust and had vain.The regulars of Gen. Pershing, it is and reserve supplies 'runs the bill up good things' My! but i

} but predict that adequate drainage will constructed by the United States Re- complied with the terms of the gift, true, have been better equipped for to $15,000,000.
f
E result in the population of the state clamation service, under Federal laws. the Everglades and other overflowedareas real military work and the National Transportation has cost a huge sum. CALUMET

being increased by a million people One of the fundamental features of of the state would now be thor- Guard has received valuable trainingin The expenditures for taking the regu-

,, within ten years which they claim insist the Federal reclamation law is that oughly reclaimed and settled, and a the border mobilization, but Villais lars and guardsmen to the border are k\ BAKING POWDER i
would worth all the cost. They -
, be land owners and settlers are not required goodly portion of the 17,000,000 acres still alive and he has not been "got." estimated at $6,000,000, the average
the
EvI
e that the state must drain to pay a cent of the cost of reclamation given to the railroads and corporationswould More than that, he is now said to have distance traveled by the militiamen certainly beats the band j
of
I 0 erglades under the terms the grant thet until every detail of con- be left for the school fund. an army of 10,000 men behind him, to being about 1,500 miles, with an allowance .for sure results for t

1 by which the government that gave to rail- struction work is finished and the reclaimed Every grant of Everglades land have Northern Mexico practically under of fouf cents per mile per man. purity, economy and t
and
state the land grants
'. ; roads and other corporations froir land is fully ready for sttlemori made to a railroad or corporation was his control and to be growing For the transportation of the millionsof wholesome bakings. i

and cultivation. The government the misappropriation of a trust fund stronger every day. tons of food, baggage, tentage, ar- Tell
invalid. mother
time to time have been They to
: :- further assert that the corporations leaves nothing for settlers to do but devoted to a different purpose. i Although Villa is far more "alive" tillery, escort and combat wagons and Calumet your Baking Pow-try

that the state to move in and farm their lands. Flor- Every acre so granted was an acre today than when Pershing went into other equipment, the railroads are es-
I '0':. will fight the proposition ida may well provide for an expenditure stolen from this trust fund, the resi- Mexico, it is expected that the American timated to Have received not less than der on the money-Lack
lands under the hypocritical "
drain the
I
fund would of $10 or $15 an acre to make ev- due of which after drainage was ded- forces will be withdrawn in the $3,300,000. As regiments of the guardare guar H\:e.
t :i that the state school
I! plea that the school ery acre of Everglades land fully hab- icated to the state school fund. near future. Military men and civil- recalled to their homes, their Receded H ,Aett Awards
also
( be hurt, but assert Grants of and lands made to Una f..* '.! />_ 0Gu
be helped rather than hurt itable and cultivatable, especially since money ians agree that the troops are doingno mileage is doubled.To .
would
: funds the Federal government made ample railroads and corporations in the formof good where they are and that they meet the conditions which the FGfr u.d CAR

I ',' by drainage. provision for such reclamation by so-called "compromises" were plain are only causing irritation to the Mexican ,army faced in Mexico, the military authorities rCU
letter
The
:t Ft., Lauderdale: Fla., Jan. 6,1917. granting the lands for that very pur- thefts. The state was under no obli- people. They are not permitted to : decided to motorize the quar- s vcln,' cny.

I J. Catts, Governor of pose, thereby costing the state abso- gation to make these settlements. On move against Villa, because such action I termaster's department. For the pur- a t gM
Hon. Sidney
! Florida, Tallahassee, Fla. lutely nothing other than some simple, the contrary, the plain duty of the would displease Carranza and I chase of motor trucks, motor tanks,

! Dear Sir Your reiteration of campaign honest, effective legislation to carry state officials who thus gave away pub- might provoke war. It is conceded that I cars for the carrying of water, ma-

t r utterances: to the effect that out the conditions of the grant. Evenat lic property, was to resist the railroad they would be of some value as a protection I chine guns mounted on motors, automobiles -

iI. ; Florida must fulfill its obligations to the highest figure, the Everglades claims by appealing the land grant to the border country if they I motorcycles, tractor and mo-

I drain the Everglades; and that as gov- will be one of the cheapest reclama- cases to the supreme court of the Unit were withdrawn, so withdrawal is now I tor wrecking trucks, the government ALUAhITd

will insist upon the obliga- tion projects in the world, and the ed States. The plain duty of the stateis the: word. .spent $3,000,000. This does not include -

ernor tions being you fulfilled, is of tremendous adoption_ of such, a far-seeing! and complete now to annul these grants and recover Meanwhile the National Guardsmen ; the bills for repair* to thousandsof

\ and promise to the good plan will, within a decade, make these lands and monies for the are still moblized; they are separated horseless vehicles.
importance
South Florida one of the most people of the state. from their families which in
name and the material welfare of the pros- some cases When the militia was ordered out it
state and its people.As perous and richest agricultural sec- "Railroad Frankensteins" Rapacious are reported in want; they are removed was improperly and insufficiently
tions in the world. With the adoptionof There is no valid reason for giv- Z sir
officers of the Everglades Drainage from productive employment, clothed. At least $5,000,000 worth of

- 4; and Eevelopment league, repre- such a program, which is wholly ing any tender consideration to these and the military bill is mounting daily uniforms, shoes, leggins, hats, socks,

senting thousands of people in Florida feasible, a large area of the Ever- railroad Frankensteins which the state by hundreds of thousands of dollars. underwear, shirts, overcoats and other

and throughout the United States who glades may be fully reclaimed and a of Florida has created. First, the state It is not known accurately just how articles of wearing apparel have been "
million people added to the state's guaranteed the bonds to build the
have bought land in the Everglades pop- many lives Villa has cost the United purchased and issued to the soldiers
r trusting in the state's promises for reclamation ulation within ten years. By merely roads. Then it gave their promoters, States. They are not many, of course, since the Villa chase began. '. st
we wish to express our digging a few of the main drainage Canals as a bonus, public lands amounting to compared with the loss of life that

that Florida once more and leaving the task of construct- as much as 20,000 acres per mile of would certainly result if we went to

has gratification chief executive who considers a ing the local drainage and reclamation road. Then, when the roads defaultedin war, but they are too many for a na- ACTIVITY AT ARMY BASE Zf&n i

state's a obligation as binding as a per- works to the individual owners, or to payment of their bonds, more state tion at peace. According to the figures i *

sonal promise, and who is disposed to be dependent upon the possible sale of lands were sold to raise money to pay announced by President Wilson, 76 Preparations Under Way at ColumbusFor

the common welfare above the third or fourth mortgage bonds by sub railroad defalcations, the internal improvement Americans have been killed in Mexicoin Return of Pershing's Army.

' place wishes and interests of the railroads district, the hope of securing more fund having been placed in three years, in addition to 36 kill- Cheap and big canPaJLini,Pow i!ere do not

which have sought than a scattering and haphazard development the hands of a receiver at one time to ed by Mexicans on American soil. Per- save you money. C.lum-tdoe-.-h'sPnre
and corporations
i will be dissipated and de compel the raising of this money! Columbus, N. M., Jan. 18.-The .
to defer and defeat haps Villa should not be directly ac- and far superior to sour milk and soda.S33dJOD
and are seeking stroyed. Nor is the consideration shown for army base at this place is being put
the completion of the Everglades cused of all these deaths, but the ac-
on the right lines for the Conspiracy to Prevent DrainageWe the people of Florida in railroad rates tivities of his outlaw bands have been in readiness to receive the troops of i

drainage of furthering their own sor- think it proper to warn you and and service such as is calculated to responsible for most of them. Gen. Pershing's punitive expedition,

did purpose and selfish desires., the people of Florida that for years arouse sympathy or excite tender pub- On Jan. 20, 1916, Villa bandits took in the event of its being recalled from

$40,000,000 to do Work Right there has been a conspiracy on the lic solicitude for the welfare of greedy 19 American employes of a mining Mexican soil. Corrals have been pre-

The best interest of the state can part of railroads, corporations and pol- unscrupulous corporations, whose political company from a train near Chihuahua, pared for the cavalry and pack ani- I

be served, however, only by prompt iticians to prevent thorough-drainage agents, in and out of public of- Mexico, and shot them down in cold mals, quartermaster stores have been

legislation providing for the financingand along right lines, for the purpose of .fice are now prating about saving the blood. On March 9, Mexican brigands erected and much other preparatory

administration of a program for preventing such inquiry into the flimsy Everglades for the school fund. crossed the border and attacked Co- work done in anticipation of orders
titles of these interests to their The of the state look to from the war department
the complete and thorough reclamationof special people you, lumbus, N. M., and the camp of the withdrawing
stolen lands would lead to Governor Catts to lead the in the expedition.
part of the Everglades drain- as surely way Thirteenth United States cavalry, and
every district, While a provision for the. recovery of these lands for the saving Florida and its people and eight civilians and nine soldiers were Some military men believe little dif-

$3,000,000 age of bonds would perhaps take people.A lands from the throttling grasp of the killed. In a running fight 1 tween ficulty will be had in obtaining per- V

Tf outstanding contracts, and $6-I part of the fight against thorough railroad and corporation leeches which Villistas and American troopers of the mission to move the troops and their
carp of reclamation is the shrewd, subtle and have been sucking the state's best Seventh equipment over the Mexican North- I
would permit resumption cavalry on April 22, two U.
dredging 000,000 a few of the main canals! dishonest plea that the Everglades blood and energies, holding back its : S.! soldiers fell. Mexican bandits raided western railroad from Colonia Dublan,
for should be saved for the state school progress and sullying its fair name. I Glenn Mexico. Others believe that Gen Per-
much more is needed to provide Springs, and Boquillas, Tex., I S
fund., They ask that as their chief executive shing will make the
adequate drainage to make the Ever- you on May 6, looting those towns and march with his
glades habitable and cultivable, to insure This plea is a part of the programof shall not only insist upon thor- killing three United States soldiers troops rather than avail himself of

their early settlement and pros- the railroads and corporations to ough reclamation of the Everglades, and two Chilians. Three cavalrymenwere the railway facilities.
prevent adequate drainage legislation.It but shall recover for the school fund, killed in
and to make available for state a brush with Mexican
,
perity
is a of the conspiracy againstthe the millions of acres of lands that have raiders ,:: :-
tire large tax revenues that part on June 15 when the outlaws "
|| will purposes result from such settlement and Everglades and the people of Flor- been stolen for the enrichment of a crossed the border at San Ignacio, General

cultivation., As outlined in the reportof ida. It is not based upon any concern few corporation magnates. Texas.A InsuranceI Full Supply of
for the school fund, but the fear Yours for justice,
upon
the Everglades Engineering com- detachment of the Tenth United represent none but FIRST
mission, the estimated cost of the ma- that a change in the administration of Everglades Drainage League, States cavalry was attacked at Car- CLASS COFFINS,AND CASKET
the internal improvement fund will By Ralph A. Horton, Sec'y. companies and will be
drainage works alone will exceedr rizal, Mexico, by Carranza troops on
jor lead to by the state for the constantly on the alert to pro- All Sizes and
Qualities
$20,000,000 And it is generally con recovery June 21. The American death toll in
r this benefit of the school fund, of millions that mote your interests. Guarantee
ceded that more than double sum BRADFORD BOY HONORED. engagement included Capt. Boyd,
will be required properly to complete of acres in all parts of Florida that Lieut. Odair and 20 troopers. On June courteous treatment to all pa Always on Hand

r this gigantic work-the greatest reclamation have been stolen by the railroads and 27, Mexican bandits crossed the borderat trons. A well written policy bya '-
SANFORD, Jan. 13.-At the regular
i the world. Merely corporations and their political hench- Hachita N. M. and first-class agent in
e> project in meeting of the board of county commissioners murdered an a first- \ PRICES REASONABLEJ.
t to install the main canals and tot I men.Having last Tuesday, Schell Maines I I American ranchman and his wife. class company sometimes means

r leave secondary canals, laterals, locks, robbed and looted most ofFlorida's was elected to the position of county i In addition to these killings, there much in case of loss by fire.
to be provided for greatest heritage, the schemers have been isolated instances of CONE
f 1 control works, etc., solicitor and will enter at once upon "snip-
by localized or individual enterprise and manipulators, whose brainsare his duties. He is receiving the con- ing" across the border, and a numberof H. C. RICHARD, Starke Lame,, a: Florida
will not make any consid- hired by the railroads for the pur- soldiers have died from disease -J
and effort, gratulations of his friends or -
f over : '
of their the many -<: ::;
of the Everglades habita- pose enriching masters at I other causes as a result of the attemptby
erable part of
the attainment this honor and is
and will in fact be expense of the public, are now, in des- a the United States to with ..,-
cultivable, cope the
ble who
or is in
young man most deserving
beginning of the work of real re- peration, seeking to hide their own villainies has menace of Villa and his followers.On $ roC:: ; ---:::!
r but a under of false every way. He been a resident of :
be- cover a appealon
which the state should the money side of the Villa cost
clamation this for the four
city dur-
past years COFFINS CASKETSAnd
behalf of educational -
gin at once and vigorously prosecuteto our system.lIang ing which time he managed to attend. sheet, payments of $67,000,000 had
R.
stolen the of the J. Davis
completion., greater part Stetson University and gratuated from been recorded several days ago. Some I a full line ofUndertakers'
lands dedicated the Federal
interests by govern-
Certain selfish corporation officials predict that this "white man'sburden"
the law admittedto Supplies
department and was
which should have been used
ment and
are opposed to the work of Everglades for educational the bar. He has been practicing law will cost Uncle Sam fully as & Company Always hand. The best service -
being undertaken on a scale purposes, they are now much more before he can lay it down. \ \ on
drainage meantime and his talents
which will make it successfuL shedding crocodile tears, mingled with were recog- Pershing's is I at the lowest prices. Special
basis understood
and army t
on a nized by the commissioners who decided -
loud lamentations the idea that
will discover over attention to telegraph orders.
number
We believe you about 10,000 men. There
to give him the position of coun- are
the pitiful remnant of these lands
better
have a may about
fact soon as you 25,000 regular troops distributed INSURANCE
this as ty solicitor. That Mr. Maines will
be made of real value. I
opportunty to familiarize yourself as make good is conceded by his friends along the border. At one time the Na- ; Registered Embalmer
conditions and history, Within the next few months we may tional Guardsmen on the border m m mmmmtmmm m *
to Everglades and his fellow attorneys among whomhe total- m 4 >
that when you doc witness the spectacle of men whose led 110,000 and < i DeWlffcTJONES
and we are confident is popular. He is a Bradford men, at the present
very
with the facts, greedy hands have been ever out- time Starke Suc'sr & Co,
familiarize yourself county product and a Floridian whois approximately 80,000 militiamenare :-: Florida to G. C. Livingston ,
will not only lay before the stretched to rob the state of its lands, encamped there. This
that you a credit to his state and county and means thatas t Starke Fla.
._ legislature a legislative program that under any pretext or excuse that couldbe the Herald joins his many friends in high as 145,000 American soldiers + "" -

will lead the fight for such thorough invented, pleading with the legisla- extending congratulations. Sanford were doing duty along the international "'!!
SSS reclamation, against the program of tors at Tallahassee not to allow a real Herald. line and in Mexico last summer, and r. = -

S ', selfish interests which have no concern effort to be made for Everglades reclamation that about 115,000 are still on the job: ,

",5 the state's welfare, but are interested lest the schools and the chil- The cost of maintaining i
as to Stop That Cough.A an army in
. S only in promoting their own dren will suffer! A pretty sight it will the field during the winter months is SMOKE

"..' ; be and one to make the gods laugh- hacking cough weakens the whole much greater than in summer, becausea I

purposes.Seventeen Million Acres Gone that of representatives of rapacious system, drains your energy and gets large number of items, such as the

With the connivance and assistance corporations whose excesses, extor-' worse if neglected your throat is raw, heavy clothing, fuel and constructionof

i of legislative and executive puppets tions and tyrannies have perhaps not your chest aches and you feel sore all barracks or cantonments must be ALL Pf1AVANA.

:". who have served special privileges in been exceeded in any part of the world, .over. Relieve that cold at once with added. :

; the guise of public servants, the rail- appearing as the protectors of the public : Dr. King's New Discovery. The The war department, therefore, has
made schools and the common good. soothing pine balsams heal the irritated tion
have way to the The
, roads and corporations military expense list. popular
with approximately 17,000,000 acres Judases in Public Office membranes, and the antiseptic and $25,000,000 already has been paid Fully to cigar of the So"11Made by the

of public lands in this state that were And the most active of these corpo- :laxative qualities kill the germs and the regular and militia officers and STARKE

the legal heritage of all the people of ration agents will not be found in the break up your cold. Don't let a cold men engaged in the "Villa hunt. The CIGAR COMPANYGeo.

Florida and should have been retained lobbies and corridors of the statehouse.The linger. Get. Dr. King's New Discov- ;pay of the "hunters" range from '
$15
for the common crood off corporation lobby does not do bus- ery today at your druggist, SOc. (1) a month for privates L. Massey Prop. .
and utilized ....- -! to $500 a month _, Stake Fla.i .
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FRIDAY JANUARY 191917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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tablished in the ship-building industry.The FORT LAUDERDALE.-Charles E. that "Nell Brown" also is the wife of BOSTON BROKER CONVICTED

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. largest steel passenger steamer Newland, contractor for the erectionof another man in a Georgia town. OF MURDERING WIFE
ever built south of Newport News has > the bridge connecting this city with PALM BEACH.-Possibility that

reen launched in Tampa arj is being the beach front, was found shortly afternoon not enough paper can be secured to, -
completed: at the docks of the Tampa Saturday on one of his pile wrap this year's crop of tomatoes is a State Claims He Killed Her and Set.
Live State News Foundry & Machine Company. The drivers unconscious and bleeding, and condition that is causing growers much Clock to Burn House Afterwards.

Tampa Steam Ways is building wooden in a dying condition. An attempt to !alarm, and many of them are attempt- -
vessels, and interested capitalistswill reach the hospital at Miami with the .ing to
buy large amounts of paper OSSIPPEE
N. II, Jan. 13.-A
Told by Our Exchanges. visit Tampa in a few weeks with unfortunate young man proved unavailing ahead of time in order to be sure that dict of "guilty with ver-

a view to establishing a wooden ship- as death overtook the flying they will be able to properly pack their ," was returned Monday capital against punishment J

building plant and repair yard. Dur- automobile just south of this city, and tomatoes when they have matured. Frederick L. Small, former .
Boston
JACKSONVILLE. Three four- Florida now has about 85,000 pupils ing 1917 Tampa will make long stridesin when the friends became aware that Local dealers this morning admitted broker, charged with a
the
murder of his
1Jl&stedauxiliary schooners are being enrolled in her Sunday school. It is this important industry. life! was extinct a sorrowing return that the condition of the paper marketis wife, Florence A. Small f
built by G. S. Baxter and Company of hoped to increase the attendance on JASPER.-Capt. J. F. Thaggard, a was made to Fort Lauderdale where precarcious, and that it is almost The murder of Mrs. Small i
this city. The vessels will have a net the 11th to fully 125,000. .... prominent naval stores operator of the; body was placed in the undertaking impossible to buy additional quantities last September at occurred 1-
capacity of 2,200 tons. this city, committed suicide last establishment of a cottage at Moun- :f
tonnage Sat- Karnatz' & Co., of wraps at any price. Several of tain View. The woman was beaten, ,.
urday by shooting himself i.i the head until the could be broken them
news to the said that they do not expect they shot and
strangled before
DUNEDIN.-This the house
OCALA-Congressman Frank Clarkis claim to be the city may fairly with a pistol. Three shots were fired, bereaved wife. How Mr. Newlandcame will be able to get more than they was destroyed by fire. Small left for {
entitled to the gratitude of the manufacturing centerof two through the heart and the last to his death will probably never have contracted for and possibly not Boston
hours
peapie the West Coast of Florida, and its seven lefore the fire, ,
through the head, and he still be kncwn.
section for graspedthe as much. Some were foresighted and !
this securing
of an but it
appropriation citizens are calling the town "The was charged that he fixed clock
of one hundred thousand pistol when discovered. No cause last summer bought large quantitiesfo
Pittsburgh of the Pinellas Peninsula." work to start the fire. The state
. dollars for the improvement of. the The L. B. Skinner Manufacturing Co., is have known why Capt. Thaggard should MARIANNA.-Tuesday morning a paper and stored it in Miami, charged that the motive of the crime \
taken his life and the is whereas
: Oklawaha river.SANFO1WThe. has just completed a foundry with a that he was temporarily insane.theory I phone message from Alliance to W. D. others only signed contractsfor was a $20,000 life insurance policy on l
capacity of 2,800 pounds of castingsper I Pledger conveyed the information of a paper. his wife's life.

new Volusia board hour. This is one of the largest I deplorable accident to his father-in- -

of county commissioners last week decided foundries in Florida. A few weeks DApE CITY.-The Seaboard Air law, Mr. Calhoun Herring,which prov- WAKULLA.-With signs of vio- WHY FOLKS MUST RESPECT THE

to have road work on main high- ago the Skinner people built a ware- Line railroad has just started a new ed fatal in a very short while. It ap- lence showing visibly, the body of Dr. LEGAL PROFESSION:: ,
ways in this county discontinued until house with a floor space of approximately development proposition in form of a pears that Mr. Herring, who was avery T. Judson Park, believed to have been
the first part of April. The road' 10,000 square feet. large citrus fruit grove on a tract of aged man, was having some trees the victim of a feud and who had been issue of
work was proving a detriment to traffic land, recently purchased, three miles trimmed up and other cut down. He missing for three weeks, was found in A recent The Pathfinder I
: but will be resumed after the closeof south of this town, on the Dade City- was standing near directing the work, perfect preservation in a swamp in noting that a lawyer has to be extremely J.
the tourist season.LEESBURG.Tuller. TAMPA.-Prominent members of Zephyrshill road and a gang of menare and when one tree"was falling, he evi- Wakulla county. When Park was first careful and watch his corners 4
the negro race in this city are inter- now busy setting out a: 250-acre dently became excited and ran beneathit missed Cane Strickland, said to have closely in order that the legal docu- J

ested in a movement to stop the tide of grove pf orange, grapefruit and tan- although the workmen were yelling been last seen with Park, was arrested ments he prepares may be perfectly i
& Pringle, of negro migration to the North from the gerine trees as a demonstration grove. to him to stop. The tree struck himon and valid and fully serve the purpose in.
brought to Tallahassee but !
this city, representing the Silver Lake South, and particularly from this city The company has laid plans for the the head and shoulders, crushing released was tended, and that the layman often -1 1
on $250 bond. Wakulla is
estate, have closed the deal for some and this section. A meeting of ne construction on this property of a him to the ground and broke his back. stirred a finds the prolixity of such documents
from end to end, because bothmen
10,000 acres of fine land Surrounding groes will be held soon at which plans large club house and golf links in con- He lived only a few hours, death ensu- very amusing, gives for example the
and it is feared
Silver Lake, one of the most beautiful will be discussed for a campaign to nection with the grove.PALMETTO.John. ing before several members of his are prominent legal verbiage for a lawyer were he
: that Strickland will with vio j
bodies of water to be found anywhereto keep the Southern negro at home, and family could be summoned. Mr. Pled- lence. Several stories meet told to say: "I give you this tipple" The
the Tampa North Land Co. Some at this meeting suitable resolutionswill ger and family went down there as are by Wa- Pathfinder says that if a lawyer were
Hackney, kullians, and serious feud is aboutto
age a
of this land has been cleared and put be drafted asking the white soon given charge of the transaction and '.
people about thirty-eight years, of Sarasota, as possible after learning of the develop. Wild cat whiskey made in t
in cultivation. and the co-operation of the board : accident. should put it in writing, he would usea 1
when his
killed
: was instantly car turned Wakulla and the question of the own-
PALM BEACH.-Henry Franklin, of trade in
the form
movement, and these something like this:
over near Ellenton last Tuesday. Anegro ership of a dozen hogs are said to have
an automobile truck driver for the resolutions will be presented to the I John Doe
party of the first ,
part
who was in the car with Back been at the bottom of the trouble. The
Palm Beach Mercantile Company, died board of trade by a delegation of the TALLAHASSEE. E. Brown, a hereby give and convey to Richard Roe .1 I
ne/ escaped injury. When the mu- matter was reported to Governor Catts
six o'clock afternoon young prescription clerk, who had '
at Wednesday at leaders of the negro race. party of the second part, all and sin- !j
chine turned over Hackney was pir- worked at two of the and an autopsy asked for with the result -
the Emergency hospital from the in leading pharmacies -
gular, my estate and interest, right,
ned beneath it and his life crushed I
was here that no poison was found in the
and last taken
sustained in fall the was August
juries a through
title claim and of in
OCALA.-Mr. Nathan Mayo, the ac out. According to the they stomach. Ugly knife wounds the advantages and :1 !
freight elevator shaft from the fifth negro into the firm of Carthon and Brown, on said apple, together with all of its .; i i
tive manager of the Farmers' Gin & were making very fast time on the who then this throat leads some to believe that Park :
in
opened of the
the city one
floor to first floor of the Palm
skin, seeds and
juice and all
pulp
Mill j]
Beach Mercantile Company's store at Company of Summerfield, statedthat road, and when they came to a sharp most handsome stores in Florida, was had been bound and imprisoned for l
six o'clock Tuesday afternoon. the farmers of that section, including I turn near the fuller's earth plant, arrested while playing pool and incarcerated weeks while a posse was hunting for right and advantages therein with the i J

.. .Oxford and. Belleview. --- would- Hackney lost control of the car, which charged with violating the him. When the chase became hot, its full power eat the to bite cut, chew and the otherwise it j
plant tms season about 4,000 acres ot swerved suddenly to one side and up- Mann white slave act in transportinga believed Park's rantnrs rut his same or give same j
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KEY WEST. The American Tele- : away, as fully as I, Joe Doe, party of .
cotton as compared with 1200 acres set. woman, Nell Brown, from Thomas- throat and hid the body in the swamp.
the first part, am now entitled to bite,
phone and Telegraph expectsto last Mr.
company season. Mayt's company will ville Ga. '4
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to Tallahassee
she not be-
complete its long distance line from be prepared to seed for that i chew, cut or otherwise eat the appleor ::1
supply his COL. CODY DIED AT DENVER ON
iI OCALA.-Two members of the Juniper ing legal wife. The affidavit was
to West in I give the same away, with or with-
.Jacksonville Key about 30 acreage. The Star is informed that WEDNESDAY.
Club .Drs. and made by her and the hearing has'been
Hunting ,
days. The work has' been in progress this ratio of increased will I Day out the skin, juice, pulp or seeds, any- 1
acreage ap- for
set the twentieth. Brown has
Crutcher, both of Louisville, Ky., drove been -
since February of 1916, and total of thing hereinbefore or hereinafter of i H-
a ply to most of the section
contiguous
into the city from Salt Springs with released on a five hundred dollar bond DENVER, Colo., Jan. 13.-Col. Wil- in other deed or deeds, instrument
t
approximately $500,000 has been in any
Ocala the
ex- planting of cotton for the
the largest panther that has ever been made for him by two physicians and liam Frederick Cody (Buffalo Vill) or instruments of whatever nature or
pended. From Key West the line will
coming Farmers well
season. cannot seen in these parts. They trailed him i he. has left the community. After died here Wednesday after having kind to the in anywise
soever contrary
ultimately be extended to Cuba
by undersea go wrong on planting cotton, at the for two before Brown was promoted to be
days finally overtakingand a partnerin fought death as he often did on the notwithstanding.No .
cable. Service is now being present prices, as there is big money killing him. The first shot of Dr.i the firm, he brought a woman to J. plains when the West was young. wonder common folks are ex- 1
maintained between Jacksonville and in it. There
Miami. is no surer. crop grown Day only wounded the bruite and he B. Christian's boarding house and told Col. Cody was brought here to the I pected to have "respect for the
than courts"l;
cotton. came forward for attack, when the the proprietor that they had been secretly home of his sister on January 6, des- and that it takes a young man
second one in the center of the fore- married three weeks before. perately ill, and since then had been months after he leaves high school to f-
JACKSONVILLEFebruary 11th TAMP-Plans were completed by head laid him out. When the animal Since August they had lived togetherat hovering between life and death. become "educated in law.-Miami
is to be known in Florida as "Go-to- the officers, and concession granted by was exhibited in front of the Commer- this respectable house and he has All during his illness the idol of juvenile Metropolis. "

Sunday-School-Day. Special prog- the city last month which strengthens cial bank he was the attraction of the presented her to the best people hereas America accepted his fate like a I'I I H:

rams are to be arranged for tie oc- the foundation of the ship-building industry hour, and the hunters were kept busy his wife. Tallahassee is shocked, stoic, laughing and playing cards with F
casion and concerted efforts made in in this city .An $800,000 com- for an hour or more telling of their because he was a highly esteemed his family as long as he was conscious. Plies Cared in 6 to 14 Days
the state to increase the attendanceand pany is being formed, and shortly it experience in getting such a specimenas young business man. It is alleged that Tour drnretit will reload money If PAZO 9
of Itching
interest in Sunday school work. is expected the work will be started few people believed existed in this Brown has another wife in Texas Read the Bradford County Tele OINTMENT Blind,BleedingOT ifs Protruding to ruts any Pllu cue 1116to 144171. ,

Sunday school workers estimate that and Tampa will become firmly es- country. whom he deserted four years ago and graph-the home paper. The test applIcation civet Face u4 Keit. Soe.i .


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FRIDAY JINPARY! 19,
FLORIDA. 1917.
STARKE
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,
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2 issued the government, writ- of hope of ever returning alive to my Drew's Vaporizing Croup and Pneu- .
cently by
; .. Bradford Telegraph issued h 5hand. monia Salve is sold to our patrons to
County ten in the style of the booklets home atid if
. by South Florida land companies. The "I left Acworth," she continued, "ina i benefit We don't want your money 1r j
i book is well illustrated and,sets forthin comfortable automobile, propped up I not benefitted when used in the treatment .yC

ff' Published Weekly, and entered as second rather glowing terms the advantageof on pillows, coming through the coun- of coughs, colds, croup, sore
class matter at the post-office at enlisting in the United States army. try. I had almost as much medicineas throat, tonsilitis, bronchitis and pneumonia -
I- .' Starke Florida. It is hard to find recruits now, and the : I had baggage-a big box full of Your druggist will supply your
military dignitaries are compelled to B. H. !
that had been Manufactured by
all kinds of medicines requirements.
down from their high pedestalsand
'f'E. step for I reached here Drew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv.
prescribed me.
advertis-
make use of the style of
Editor and Owner
. S. MATTHEWS, ing common among tradesmen to get very weak and exhausted and with 1,12-9t. THE UNIVERSAL CAR :, i,
' H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor young men to enlist. Under such circumstances scarcely enough strength to walk to

one may imagine the indignation the door. This trouble, from whichI
... with of the officers at seeingthings had suffered so long had reduced me p
thanks The Telegraph an invitation acknowledges to the press mentioned in the papers that to almost a shadow, as I only weighed 1 In the scale of advancing business costs, Ford
should not be known outside the
breakfast to be' given by the Rotary That might give the recruiting army.'business 60p ounds. travel continues the same positive economy. City
Club of Tampa on February 6th. The "My brother-in-law. Battle, said' \
In the manufacturers
black know.
a eye you and country salesmen, merchants
breakfast seems a safe proposition, as pamphlet referred to, among other 'Well, you have tried everything else ,
t the invitation says, "No morning af- boons, is mentioned that letters sent with no relief, now I want you to lay CO R.OLD. professional men every demand for motor car

-y ter." by soldiers are not interfered with or aside your drug shop and take Tan- transportation is satisfied in the Ford car at about
censored (sic!). But after the Biggar lac.' Of course I was willing to tryit and maintain.
On account of the scarcity of grain episode, perhaps this happy state of for the medicine is the talk of the two cents a mile to operate Over
f to make whiskey from, the Swedes are affairs will cease. whole country. Well, he got it for me RUBBER COPPER 1,750,000 Ford cars are making performance and
now compelled to do with only one- The country needs soldiers; must BRASS
that TIRES
bottle
and I started first
- half of the spirits they used before have them, even though it be through on my profits every day.
the war. All sorts of miseries followin compulsory service, but nothing is day."When TUBES LEAD Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Couplet $505
I had taken about half of the
wake of the gained through such high-handed
the war.
, measures as the Biggar case presents. first bottle I began to feel strongerand ROPE SCRAP IRON Town Car $595, Sedan $645-all f. o. b. Detroit.

:" So far Governor Catts has deposedone They create disgust for army life instead encouraged. I continued to takeit RAGS BONES Place order now.
general and placed one. admiral of kindling patriotism. The rec- and it is nothing short of marvelous tour
hors de combat Shell Fish Commis- ord found in a well known history that" how I improved day by day. I felt SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PIOnmY (Agent's Address)
sioner Hodges received orders to divorce "the army swore terribly at Flanders, I myself further and further from the
his "Roamer" from her formidable now repeats itself at Laredo and other returned and Write For Pricelist Starke A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON Florida
My appetite
grave. my
armament of two onepounderguns. border camps': To campaign in that i
The commissioner,meekly followed country of heat, thirst, sand storms, food seemed to nourish me and agree \\KHINSUlMHmLM
" instructions, claiming there was jiggers and cactus should be requiredof with me. My skin and complexion be- 657 C.BAT JACJCSONVtLU.ru.
.!. no need for guns now, and they had the national guard soldiers for onlya gan clearing up and I improved in
only been placed on the Roamer by or- short time, but when such a near hell every way possible until I am now a
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der of Governor Trammell. Seems to upon earth stretches out over months, well woman, and when I say well, I
us we have heard of Mr. Hodges saying without any defined end in sight, it is mean absolutely what I say. I want
he could not enforce the law without little wonder if the boys grumble. But to tell the whole world that I thank

his hardware.. they desert.only grumble; they do not mutinyor God and Tanlac."I .

Some of Governor Catts friends are weigh 95 pounds now and feelas
criticising him for removing Adjutant- BASKET BALL TOMORROW well as I ever felt in my life. I am
. General Foster and appointing in his going back to my husband and homeon
stead a man who has had no military A double header is scheduled for the little farm five miles from Ac-
experience. The Tampa Tribune, one tomorrow afternoon on the high school worth tomorrow, and won't it be a
of the most powerful influences that athletic field. The local troop of Boy joyous meeting, returning to my hus- ESPECIAILLY L J
supported the governor, counselled him Scouts will play the Jacksonville troop, band and home absolutely well and ADAPTED
. against such action and does not con- and the Live Oak and Starke girls will happy-and won't I tell everybodyabout FOR YOUR STATE
ceal its disapproval now that the ill- try conclusions.
advised step has been taken. GoodeM. what Tanlac has done for me.
; Guerry, a very able editorial wri- "Yes, it's just like she says," chim-
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ter, who is at present in charge of the ed in Mr. Battle about this time. "Tan- -
Leesburg Commercial, was an ardent MRS- CASON HAD lac has simply robbed the grave, and FREEOUR ,

supporter of Governor Catts and was if you could have seen her when she 1
in charge of the publicity end of his started on this medicine, would S

' icism campaign.of the He governor's is caustic appointment in his crit- NO HOPES OF i say"I the didn't same know thing.at the time you just what INSTRUCTIVE T Fresh Vegetables'in lii

. of Mr. Christian.
her trouble was, but the doctors said CATALOGUE ANDWEEKL
she had pellagra. She have had Seasons
The Telegraph is not disposed to of- RETURNING may Y
fer any criticism of Governor Catts' for all I know, but there is one thing PRICE LIST i
appointments. While this paper has certain, she hasn't got it now; or at +4
not done, and does not intend to do, least you wouldn't think so if you SEND FOR
any boot-licking in the governor's case could watch her eat. I told her,-jokingly -
we do not intend to set ourselves up Went to Atlanta Propped Up on the other day, that she was eating THEM TODAY.
as a critic of his administration and me out of house and home. I don'tguess
find fault with all of its details. When Pillows. Takes Tanlac and
there ever was a case like hers, 1551JACKSONVILLE. Eat of
he tical invites thing us as to voting do any tremendous such imprac-bond Gains 85 Pounds. and there is one thing certain, you can : plenty

issues on the state to be spent in an count on us telling everybody aboutit FLA.

' ., effort to drain the Everglades we shall A short time ago Mr. J. B. Battle, because I fully believe" she owes her vegetables and, you
into the life to this medicine.
him. That is going
oppose who is well known in Atlanta
will
pockets of the people to support an into Jacobs came Tanlac is sold and guaranteed by enjoy good health.
to
enterprise that might never pay its Pharmacy get a bottle Cason in Starke BE OPTIMISTIC
in Lake Butler
"of Tanlac for his sister-in-law ; by They are full of
way out, and we are opposed to it. If Mrs. Tomlinson-Maines nourishment :
worth draining the 0. C. Cason, who lives some distanceout Drug Company; in '
oJ the Everglades are and have ben-
a .
: enterprise should certainly be able to of Atlanta, near Acworth. While Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; _
in Lawtey by the Cash Store in Here's Good News for Starke Resi eficial influence
support itself. If the enterprise will making the purchase, Mr. Battle told Drug ; upon
not support itself then it would be the of the wonderful improvement in Mrs.Cason's Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com- dents )'ourwhole system.

height of folly for the people of the condition since she began us- pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand Have you pain in the small of the
balance of the state to lay themselves ing the medicine about six weeks in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. back?
under a heavy burden of debt and tax- ago. -Advertisement.
ation to support it. He also made the statement that Headaches, dizziness and nervous
Mrs. Cason felt so grateful for the spells? .
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When Governor Catts issued his fa- wonderful benefit she had received that ROAMER DISARMEDFish Are you languid, irritable and We keep a large and '

mous address to the people of Floridaa she wanted to make a public statementas weak? complete stock of all the
day or two after the election, in she felt it her duty to tell the Commissioner Hodges Took the Annoyed by urinary disorders?
which he said that sumptuary laws whole world about Tanlac. He then Cannon From Craft. Don't fresh vegetables in season
'' would have no place in his administration suggester that Dr. Elder, the Tanlac despair-profit by Starke ex
PENSACOLA, Jan. 15.-In and sell them
there was great rejoking among Representative at Jacobs, call at his with the order issued by compliance Governor periences. at prices you can
' the whiskey people and race track residence for a personal interview. Catts a few days ago to proceedto Starke people know Doan's Kidney easily afford to pay.
gamblers. Sumptuary laws are those When Dr. Elder called at Mr. Bat- Pensacola and disarm, Shell Fish Pills-have used themrecommendthem. '
laws that have for their purpose the tle's residence Commissioner T. R. .
traffic, on English avenue, the Hodges this morn- -
of the whiskey
regulation, etc., etc. When Mr. Catts following morning, it happened that ing dismantled the Roamer, taking Here's a Starke resident's statement -
declared gambling himself against such laws it Mr. Battle himself met him at the down the two one pounder guns with : And those in
is natural that those who do not be- door and very cordially invited him which the vessel was formerly equip- W. W. Baisden, Starke says: "I not season : "

lieve in any legal restraints were jubi- into his living room. Mrs. Cason, who ped.The guns will be stored in one of used Doan's Kidney Pills about four can be found in our
lant. But at his inauguration, and at was bright and happy, soon made her the warehouses of the fish department years ago for kidney complaint. They '"
least one time since, the governor has appeaianie and began with delight to according to Fish Commissioner Hod- did me a world of good, curing all canned goods department,
in ,
declared himself as entirely sympa- tell of the
wonderful recovery of her ges. The guns are the of the symptoms promptly. -
property My back where
thy with the movement for prohibition, health was quality and prices are always
and her statement will down- federal government and
go were only strengthened and I felt better in
national. A few nights
state and ago every -
the Methodists of Tallahassee held a in history as being one of the most loaned to the state of.Florida, Hodges way." sure to be just right

mass meeting of their membership. remarkable ever given proprietary says. He states that the guns are not Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
Governor Catts was a guest of honoron medicine. Here is her story in her necessary now and made no objection simply ask for
a kidney
to disarming. He reDedy-get Telephone Orders Given
states that
this occasion and in the course of own words. he was Doan's Kidney Prompt Attention "
instructed Pills-the
by Governor Trammell same that
an address declared himself in favor "About six weeks ago I left to Mr.
my arm the Roamer. Baisden had. Foster
of driving the whiskey traffic from the home on our farm near Acworth Ga. Milburn Co., .
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 30 A. M. DARBY Starke Fla.'wN'4iYF
nation. to come to my sister's home here in Read the Bradford County Tele- I i .
Atlanta, and I left with
shadow
only a graph-the home
:J Hon. Wm. MacWlliams, who has paper. .
several times endeavored to have sub- -
mitted to the people of Florida a proposition : % (I"%% %%%%,% :'
to bond the state for a system .
. of state highways, constructed of brick FLOWERS FOR ALL ftCCASIQNS Comer L. Peek
and connecting every county site in Julian L Peek
. the state, will be a member of the senate -
at the next session of the legisla- : .

ture gest,to and him the that Telegraph the time begs{is now to sug-ripe MILLS THE FLORIST, INC COMER L. PEEK & SONReal

. for the proposition to be again brought
into the limelight We think he should JACKSONVILLE FLA.
make the system somewhat more elab- $
orate than did his former bills on the Estate
,. subject, naming a sufficient sum to WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWN
': carry out the purposes of the bill. We
believe the people of the state would .
now ratify a bond issue of fifteen to -
twenty million of dollars for a systemof
state roads that would give each Unimproved farm
? lands
county at least one main line traver- y200 \ throughout Bradford County :
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sing its length or breadth that could |> IBS. |j
be made the basis of a county system. and in northern of
We hope Mr. MacWilliams will get ,behind IDEAUILIZER part Alachua County.
the matter with his well known 1 I+
intelligence and energy and give us a
; bill that will result in the building of .. 4 -
the finest system of highways in the .fi M'F'D BY \ t i Stock ;

: United States. 1 ; WILSON tTOOMER CO.IJACKSONVILLE. f Ranches, Improved Farms, Resident Lots in $

FERTILIZER
A CASE OF DISCIPLINE.A .
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few weeks ago the Telegraph had I ,
I an editorial article headed "Militarism Waterfront Lots Shore "
I on of
and Religion," some of the statements Kingsley.
: in which many of our leaders perhaps Make Early CottonGet I .
far the .
thought overdrawn as as :f;
American army is concerned. Later 1 ifl
our paper contained a poem setting your cotton made before the boll Thirty-six Year Real
Estate
forth the difficulties the Florida boys Business Here
weevil ruin it. Fits Us to Give
can Early
planting, Ideal
have to contend with on the border. You FULL
i The poem was copied from the Tampa Fertilizer and thorough cultivation means VALUE For Your Money.
Tribune and was written by Mr. John early cotton, for Ideal Fertilizer gives
W. Biggar, a private of the Second quick, steady growth. .
Florida regiment and a correspondentto
the Tribune from Laredo, Texas. Write to as for prices. COMER

Now we learn that Mr. Biggar, on L. PEEK & SON -
account of telling the Tribune's readers Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. .
the state of affairs among the soldiers STARKE
on the border, has been court- Manufacturer Ideal Fertilizers, :.: -
martialed. convicted and sentenced to Dealers u Fertilizer Materials, FLORIDA r
six months of hard labor,'besides los- Spraying Itlaclaoerj and Insecticides
two-thirds of his for six
ing pay
months. (He receives the princely salary Jtcksonrille, Florida I"1%%% ".' ..a.AL.a .
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; S of $15 per month.) How is that Some old : ..v..v" :
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for maple trees whose tops ::: -:: ;
army discipline? < were almost hidden Tuesday. A drove of ;
We have before us a pamphlet, re- we. cut by the Spanish moss,I came into town and greedily cattle I i there was not enough left of it for the, :fI
... .--jtownjiear court house I moss, so that the following ate themorning I(I lining of a birds nest Yet the Tele $

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. --
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1U and Mrs.-J. M. Dubose wish LASS IF IE

Bits 'ofInformation Local express their heartfelt thanks to I/
friends at Starke and elsewhere, ADVERTISING
have so kindly given their help .I.J I

:, sympathy during the illness of -Man to work farm.
little son, Elton whom, we are H. L. Stevenson, Route on 2, Starke.Ap Fertilizers i
to say, is improving and also to -tf. ij

C.IJAlrII 0. qt..sjM.ij ... who have So generously helped us
..r ?.q,.u M .... c........ r.... many ways since the loss'of our SALE-Good horse and buggy, /j i

T for cash. Wallace Mills, Please remember that the Armour lire of fertilizers is !
.. BOURLAY-L1DDON. 1-19-lt. COMPLETE. We manufacture fertilizer of EVERY kind for i
r EVERY crop and soil. We manufacture or handle: EVERY i

U p. Miner the jeweler, was in J. J. Chaplin of Jacksonville, was Friends in Starke of Miss SALE-Camphor trees. Under fertilizer material having recognized value to the grower

Jacksonville Thursday. in town Monday.A. Liddon, of Ocala, will read with inches high, 20 cents each; 21 to drmour f
terest the following ann inches, 30 cents; 29 to 35 inches, Animal FertilizersThe
W. C. Harris of Maxville was a M. Williams and little son of taken from the society page of cents. W. B. Kuhl, Starke. Armour Fertilizer Works is justly recognized head- -
business visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. Hampton, were in Starke Saturday.RENTS Ocala Banner: quarters for finest grades of steamed bone flour, raw bone

Another lovely Ocala girl, who meal, dried blood, blood and bone tankage, &c., and our animal
J. E. Futch visited Jackson- -Let us collect your rents. soon to be married is Miss Nellie PEANUTS.-I have the N. C. fertilizers based on these materials are standard crop-makers
ville Thursday. Prompt remittance. Bradford Coun- don, who will be married in Vine Seed Peanuts. They are throughout the country. Our special Florida formulas, developed -
ty Abstract Co. 1-19-2t. to Mr. Frank Bourley of crop and sound. Write today during nearly 30 years experience and study of Florida
Col. C. L. Peek was in Jacksonville Miss Liddon is the Leesburg.of prices. H. T. Hall, Lowell, Fla. crops and conditions, can be counted on to get ALL the profit
Monday. E. H. Carter of Highland, was youngest for you that fertilizer can.
four daughters of Mr. G. T. Liddon \
transacting business in
Starke Wed-
L. F. Wilson of Green Cove, was in nesday. this city and she is as sweet and SALE-Good clean rice, 20 Ibs. .Armour Chemical or Mineral FertilizersFor

Starke Tuesday. tractive as she is pretty. Mr. $1 Will clean your rice and grind nearly 40 years we have offered purely mineral or
Messrs. Mallory and W. C. Jones, lay is a member of one of the feed on Fridays. One-eighth chemical fertilizers. We' get the world's finest materials for
Mrs. C. M. Sparkman, of LaCrosse, of Jacksonville were in Starke the latter prominent families of Leesburg and for toll. E. L. Ware at Peek's these brands by buying) huge quantities direct from producersat
spent Sunday in Starke. part of last week. in every way a very splendid 15tf. most favorable times. We KNOW our materials are best

man. He is manager of the quality, for each lot, when it reaches our factories is rigidly
Urs. J. C. Robinson returned Sun- Messrs. H. K. and Thomas Mills, of Hardware Company of Leesburg. :\ FOR SALE-Best kind for analyzed by our own especially trained chemists. Those ma
day, after spending three weeks in Graham, were J>usiness visitors to marriage of Miss Liddon and E. Simmonsfi Starge terials are then double cured, screened, ground and blended
Jasper visiting her parents.Mr. Starke Monday. Bourlay will take place very quietly E. Simmons, Route into crop-making formulas developed during our long experience -
home. Starke. 1,12-7t. and study. Potash up to 5% if desired. Full descriptionis
and Mrs. J. D. Cobb of Lake Jacob Bundel has returned to Starke in our catalog booklet.

Butler, were visitors to Starke Wed- from Sampson City and can again be NORMAN GREEN. PLANTS FOR SALE
nesday. found at J..W. Edwards meat market. and Missionaries. Fifty Armour Blood and Bone TankageIs

Editor J. T. Lewis, of the Raiford Mrs. Emma Richard left Wednesday On Thursday,-January 11th, and varieties free,from guaranteed disease.true All to I the 30 original article"blood, familiar and bone.to" every Florida grower for .

Tribune, had busines sin Starke Fri- for Interlachen, where she will visit red a pretty wedding at the home is a trial order. Catalog free. nearly of Armour years Blood as and Bone Tankage have More actually than 100,000 been used tons
day. .K her friend, Mrs. J. N. Jones.N. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Green, when Keifford Hall, Rhodesdale, :Md. by Florida
growers.
handsome daughter, :Miss Frances, C. Waters, agent, Starke. 1-19-4t
Rome J. Andrews was in Jackson- B. Hull had the misfortune to given in marriage to Mr. Julius .Armour Fertilizer Materials These ait fully described
ville Monday on business. lose, through death, his best. horse on Norman, the being week C. S. Durling sent North in our latest
Monday. ceremony 80-quart refrigerator and 12 crates
booklet
ed by Rev. A. J. Collins. I irmourStock & Poultry FeedsSpraying catalog
something unusual for Get bee
Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, was in pour copy
After the i
Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, congratulations guests time of year. from our nearest
Monday.
Starke spent Friday with her daughter, :Mrs.A. down to a dainty and bountiful I Materials, Etc. agent, or write ISo
Z. Adkins. prepared by the groom's sisters, I You Need a General Tonic
RUB-trY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves
later on a musical entertainment Take Orove'sI
sprains neuralgia etc. tfrmour Fertilizers
,
rheumatism
Miss Eunice Robinson returned Sun- given by Messrs. Max and I Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
day from Lulu, where she has been Norman, after which the happy I Tonic is equally valuable as a Enrich the Soil-Increase the Yield
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Long and Miss teaching for the past six months. departed for their new and Tonic because it contains the Hasten Maturity-Improve the Quality
Amelia Ray ,motored to Lawtey last known tonic properties of QUININ i
Saturday. able home prepared by the groom, IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
RENTS-Let us collect your rents. believes in "a little farm well tilled,
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Prompt remittance. Bradford Coun- little house well filled and little the Whole SO Armour Fertilizer Works
Rev. George F. Scott who has been ty Abstract Co. a up System cents
1-19-21.
! visiting at the home of his father, Dr. well willed Both the groom and

A. L. Scott has returned to Arcadia. Mesdames J. M. Truby, J. W. Kil- are very popular young people the Bradford County Tele Jacksonville, Fla.Announcement .
I have the best wishes of all. -the home
lian, J. E. Wilson and others motoredto paper.
Mrs J. H. Fields and little son, of Jacksonville last week. Mrs. Truby Among the wedding guests
Palatka came up Monday to spend has purchased a handsome new Buickcar. the following: Mr. and Mrs. --
sometime with her parents, Mr. and Green and family, Mrs. Everett :

Sirs. Robert Powell and family, :Miss Laura Norman, :\ H

Mrs. Sarah Adkins returned Tues- Clayton Crawford, Mr. Eddie
Miss Zelma Cason, of Island Grove, day afternoon to her home in Lake Mr. Robert Norman and Mrs.
i who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs.
Butler. She spent the past week at
Lewis.
. !. C. Poppell returned home Monday.She the home of her son Mr. A. Z. Adkins.
was accompanied by Master Jos- A GUEST. '

eph Poppell. Mrs. Walton Alvarez and two chil-

dren, of Jacksonville, are visiting her
Mesdames J. P. Tomlinson, A. H. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Andreu, KeepingYourselfWellDRIVING
Freeman, J; M. Mitchell, Nelle Hughesand west of Starke. .
Miss Onie Edwards went to Jack-

sonville Wednesday afternoon to hear We negotiate long term loans on improved OUT CATARRH I
the noted singer, Sara Bernhardt. Starke property and improved If people knew how the presence The Cash Department Store
farms. Bradford County Abstract of catarrh IB a constant menace, "
they would have none of it It '
,
I E. Simmons left Wednesday for Company. 1-19-2t. Infests some part of the delicately will at our new home in
adjusted body and makes it useless, open
points on the East and West coasts to .
a look a new 'location for a home. Mr. Rawson Davis, who is managerof thus throwing on the other organs
up more than their share of work. It
t Mrs. Simmons will join him as soon as Mr. F. F. Stump's store in Lake affords a carefully prepared seed- the Edwards building next '
Butler with his bed for the germs of colds, ,
he has found a suitable place. spent Sunday parents, grip 1)r
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis. tuberculosis and pneumonia. It so
disarranges Nature's delicate
plans to the Post Office with
a
, Break your cold or lagrippe with a as to make possible asthma, hay ,
fever and other respiratory d18OI'derL -
J. M. down from Jacksonville
Rising came -
, few doses of 666.
It spreads until it becomes6ystemic
I Starke.Monday* to transact businessin and, thus debilitating Involving the many entire organs full line of New and Up-to-

: Mrs. H. H. McCreary, of Gainesville, system with serious results.
J. M. Alvarezon Catarrh is easily neglected and
will be the guest of Mrs.
I the afternoon Revds. Wm. F. Malphurs and N. T. It rarely gets well of Itself. It Date Merchandise on or.
leaving on ,
Friday King preached to large congregationsat needs proper medicinal correction.For .
train for Jacksonville, where she will almost half a century many
be the guest of honor at the Confed- Pine Level church Sunday. thousands runa. a valuable have found tonlo with help special In Pe- about

_ erate ball, an annual event with the. efficacy in catarrhal conditions. .
f Jacksonville chapter. Mrs. J. A. Smith and two little sons The aim is to clean out waste matter -
returned to their home, Jacksonville to dispel the catarrhal inflam
I' Work on rebuilding the Starke Ice Monday after"a month's visit with her motion tem.ts and users tone up willingly the whole testify sys February 15 1917
Parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Austin. ,
that it has done all this and even
1 Factory is being prosecuted vigorously. more for catarrhal sufferers. Whatit
; The only portion completed is the I has done is the best proof of
x cold storage department, but the Mes We negotiate long term loans on improved what it will do. You nay rely oa
peruna.
Starke property and improved ,
Wall confident that the plant
srs.
: are I tablet form it to
. will be in running order inside of three farms. Bradford County Abstract take and easy to administer. '
' weeks from date. Company. l-19-2t. Manilla
, Tablet.the ideal are Cash Department Store
Woolsey's Paints and Varnishes are laxative and
' An automobile party from Providence the best that we can find-that's whywe liver tonic. .
.. consisting of Mr. V. J. Valentine sell them, and in five years' hand- They have
' Mr. and Mrs. John Fralick and no unpleasant Sam
ling we haven't had a complaint.- effects Rosenberg Proprietor
," son,. Dewey, and daughters, Misses Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. and do not ,
Maud and Riva, visited Starke Sunday. form a hab-

. While here they were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and two 1Parana it. lOc, 25c. 'Starke Florida '
and Mrs. C. A. Mixon and Mr. and little boys returned Monday from Or- Glambw.0.Neglected ,
..
Mrs. J .0. Fralick.
lando, where they were guests of Mr. -J
and Mrs. Edgar M. Thomas. While k
Mr.'H. Ford and little granddaughter there they attended the Baptist con-

of North Branch, Mich., arrived vention. Colds Grow Worse.A -.
-- -- --
list Friday and are visitors at the

f home of her brother Mr. John Uglow. Mrs. J. R. Williams and daughter, cough that racks and irritates
i Miss Carrie U low, who has spent the Ida May of Citra, Mrs. H. M. Peers throat may lead to a serious
f pajst nine months in Michigan return- and two children of New York, spent cough, if neglected. The healing b
ed home with Mrs. Ford. the guests of
i Saturday and Sunday as
balsams in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar I
.' Mrs. F. A. Scott. Nature's own remed-\\ll

. Everything in lumber and building and relieve the irritation, '
materials is advancing. Save money A couple of ragged old maple treeson The Man of Means
i by purchasing now. Quigley Lumber West Call street, badly scorchel will be easier and the antiseptic
A Supply Co. during the fire of the Central Hotel, erties will kill the germ which
have been removed this week. They tarded healing. Have it handy

t t were planted by the late Jlolhngs- croup, sore throat and chronic
Prof. S. S. Dowling, Supt. E. R. Poppell'Misses .
1859.
and worth in chief affections. Get a bottle
,f Vaughn and Stroman,
Pleasant to take. At all
, : Mrs.. J. C. Poppell motored over toHaiford
last attend the Mr. M. C. Fag, of JacksnvilIf' 25 cents. ( )
County Teachers Saturday Association.to The state superintendent of the Children I If the'r;,wealthiest man in town owed you some money and you j
sends us a
Rood! people of Raiford entertained the receipt Home Society for $8, donation of FI.orlda.for,the societyfrom UGH! CALOMEL MAKES went to collect it, would he hand you the money, or would he write ..
; visiting teachers in their homes in the
i Mr.
day.
'Ii jnost cordial manner. Fa"g: Starke expresses on his Christmas sincere thanks to YOU DEATHLY you a cheque?

'r the donors but would very much like
k11j1r F. A. Scott left Tuesday for the name through
; know person's
t to Stop Using.Dangerous
where she will attend the ?
enny sent. We hope '
*
was "
whom the donation would receive
to cheque. Why
convention of the Woman's The chances are ten one you a a
f. his wish will be gratified. Before It Salivates You!
.. ;Christian Temperance Union. After Because the wealthiest people in the community keep their money in
Horrible.
ptte Convention Mrs. Scott will take up It's
:.t abet duties as District Health Nurse, NOTICE. the bank. They know it's safe there, and they know that when they 4'

;:tromg to Lake City and White Springs. All persons who-are interested in You're bilious, sluggish, pay by cheque there is never a chance to dispute the account. If it's i

l A' the New Zion cemetery will gather and believe you nl'edle, for the people who have plenty of why wouldn't
Rosenberg, proprietor of the New Jan. 25th, with calomel to start your liver and a good thing money

F\,.town York'Bargain Wednesday.House Mr.at Rosenberg Lawtey was has in hoes there, rakes on Thursday, and all tools necessary for your Here's bowels. guarantee! Ask mbe a good thing to follow their example? We will be glad to open ? ;

the wd Past his store at Lawtey closed during clearing up the grounds. i.druggist for my a 50 cent bottle of an account with you, large or small. The size doesn't count. Small
several weeks, but will reopen
. with a large new stock on Saturday, Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain. son's Liver Tone and take a deposits are looked after as carefully as larger ones.
January 2 mothers for
3 vertisement in today's Telegraph announcing continually and straighten you right up
s the sprains that are happening without
re-opening of his store. than calomel and griping
to children. It quickly penetrates making sick I want you to ,
Cleaner and you !

I B.,F. Roberts, who is in the tie business more soothes effective without than rubbing.mussy plasters or back to the store and get your BANK OF STARKE \ .

found the other day when trying For rheumatic aches, neuralgia ey.I .
{
to dismount from his horse, that he ointments. : soreness I. Take calomel today and
grppy
east to the saddle. He had been pain and that gives a you will feel weak and sick and STATE COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORYA.
.ate: down on some gummy ties and after colds, Sloan's Liniment bottle: handy seated. Don't lose a day's work.
,
ism J held. Finding he could .not prompt relief. Have a of harmless vegetable
::1Ip elose mself any other way, he rode for bruises, strains, sprains thousands and all a son's spoonful Liver Tone tonight and wake M. Darby, Vice Pres. E. S. Matthews, Pres. T. H. Halligan, Cashier. f4f
.tG a high stump undid the For the
external pains.
e
t:, :'Qddl le girt buckle and dismounted, whose work calls them outdoors, the feeling great. It's perfectly fl
'addle it to children JJ
-', and all. A negro tie chopper and aches following exposure less, so give your
? l eotaway tilt from the saddle the part of I pains by Sloan's Liniment. At time. It can't salivate so let
relieved
lather that stuck to the Pants, are (1) eat anything afterwards. (11-
1 1114 nr. Roberts was a free man again. all druggists, 25c.

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FLORIDA. J.l1ARY
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, II, lilT.f.
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Bradford County Farms and Farmers 1.'





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; *- * * .0. A MONSTER KILL. FIRST CAR OF
MORE COTTON IN STARKE SEC- . . . BERRIES

INTERSTATE BERRY TION. <.g> THE PLOW. Chas. II. Register had .1 regular hogkilerg BEACHESWere N. Y. MARKET} ;.

and has helped & his home Wednesday, .
THE PLOW is the mightiest implement of the ages time at 1
The farmers of the Starke section real victories than the sword. A study of history A win
to more
will plant more cotton the coming season man subdued ,s raised in this sec Section -
SHIPMENTS fully conquered, that has ever been :
have
: that they have planted in a num- : reveals the fact that a people never !> And Sold at ...
the plow.I. half Berkshire and
under Thirty
laid it to
land until they have tion. The hog was Thir.
ber of years. For several years following the death of the late J. G. Al- More than any other tool, it has helped man to establish himself as a O when dressed weighed 521 pounds ty-Five Cents Quart

or ,'I varez there was no cotton ginnery or 4 ruler of a world-wide empire based on the soil, and without it much A some 200 pounds of lard has been taken _

j Crates and Refrigerators Must cotton buyer in Starke and the long of the arable earth would remain an untilled wilderness. The great- v from the hog and Charles will -

haul to find a market discouraged the est territorial expansion of civilization has followed the plow. Upon v. have enough meat to last him throughthe Bradford county strawberry

State No. of Quart Cups. growth of the fleecy staple in this immediate $ this simple instrument, the whole fabric of our physical life rests. It <*> summer.It ers will be interested in the fono '

r There having been an uncertaintyamong a ginnery vicinity.here by The J. F.establishmentof Canova, and e. is the most fitting symbol of peace and prosperity. According to v pays to raise good hogs in Brad- letter received Monday by the Bank of
that is yet to fill the world with righteous- ford county.-Lake Butler Times. Starke from 11. E. Schwittera '
strawberry shippers about how the high price of cotton the past season prophecy, the kingdom, &: s-
of conw well known .
to mark the packages for interstate has given new life to the businessand c 3> ness, will show its power and divinity by beating the swords New York cOmmiaaiol

I shipments, so as to comply with the it is probable that not less than a flirt into the plowshares of peace. The plow is the type of the great- G KILL THE CABBAGE WORM WITH merchants. The latter was 1rrittQ

r lavs, the Telegraph was\' asked to find thousand bales of cotton will be hand- *> est spiritual'triumps. EDWARD J. RULIFFSON. J ARSENIC. under date of January 13th (last .
led in this market next falL urcay) and tolls of Sst
the rules in the case. 0 the arrio.l.. .
out and
publish
I..; We wrote to the Office of Markets and thelargest In days gone cotton by Starke markets was in one East of O OAACO v0 O 3,& .ar A@0'. 'JAe 00A Caterpillars of certain butterfliesand reach first refrigerator the New car of--- berries Ill to!

; Rural Organization of the U. S. Department Florida and it now seems probable thatit ---------------- moths trouble cabbage growers York market this sea

of Agriculture and receivedthe will soon enjoy that distinction CABBAGE PRICES MAKE ANOTHER THE VALDOSTA CONVENTION.'VALDOSTA considerably. These caterpillars may son:

following reply, dated January 5: again. The number of bales handledat ADVANCE.ROCHESTER prove troublesome even after the cabbage "Car of open crates unexpected! !,
the Canova ginnery the past season made its appearance here
has head and is about today
18.- produced a This
Ga. January
"Dear Sr ,
: -
was more than double the number car was originally: : shipoed
"Your letter of December 28th, ad- handled the year before. N. Y., Jan. 12Dealers Practically complete preparations have ready for the market. The remedy rec- but unexpectedly unloaded here7S to
the Secretary of Agrcul- made for the tri-state conventionof ommended by J. R. Watson, entomolo-
'. dressed to The Lawtey and Hampton sections asked as high as $100 per ton for been ity was very good and '
ture, concerning the marking of pack- will also have an increased acreage. the best Danish cabbage the first cf : Sea Island cotton growers which gist to the University of Florida experiment principally from sales ranged

ages of strawberries under the net The western part of the county depends the week with $90 bid. It was practic- will be held here Wednesday, January station, is the application of cents with few thirty to thirty-fi
a
weight amendment to the pure food largely on cotton as a money ally a deadlock with some as they were 24, unde rthe auspices of the Georgia some compound of arsenic. This compound This going a little Iowa

law, has been referred to this office for will crop be and the acreage increased in that this section not inclined to sell for $90, while buyers State Board of Entomology. may be paris green; but either came car from as near as we ascertained
considerably sea around the
: reply. son. With anything like normal were reluctant to give $100. The Reports from almost every county in lead arsenate or zinc arsenite is pref- tion. This is the Lakeland .

This office is informed that it is weather conditions the crop for the entire latter part of the previous week sales the Sea Island territory of Florida, erable. of open crates has earliest that a car

necessary that each crate of straw- county will hardly fall short of were made at $85@90 f. o. b. One of Georgia and South Carolina indicate One pound of paris green or one Florida to ever arrived from

b.-ities be marked with a statement as six thousand bales. the dealers said the market might be: that they will be well represented by and a half pounds of lead arsenate or our knowledge.

to the number of boxes it contains and quoted; at $90@100, which would cover growers of this staple who are eagerto zinc arsenite powder is put into 50 gallons "Refrigerator chests were in liberal
supply this
the quantity of berries in' each box, WILL RAISE MORE STOCK.J. both buyers' and sellers' views. There learn just what they have got to of water. This liquid usually does week and sales ranged

but that the individual boxes contained was a good many inquiries, some com do to enable them to continue to makea not stick well to cabbage plants, but principally around thirty cents, quality

in the crate do not have to be M. Alvarez, one of Starke's well ing from as far west as Chicago and profitable long staple crop in spiteof soap added after the mixture is made, thirty-five being only fair, with the best up to

marked. known merchants, has for many years St. Louis and from different southern the Mexican cotton boll weevil. It at the rate of from 5 to 10 pounds for to forty cents. The quality *

"The enforcement of the pure food successfully conducted an extensive cities. The fact that Wisconsin has is very important that every grower 50 gallons of water, according to the of refrigerator chest berries to date
of this amendment is in charge farm east of town. Much of his suc- will avoid this not up to the quality of last
law and nearly cleaned up on cabbage is turn- who can get here should be present.As hardness of the water, year.
the Bureau of Chemistry, and in cess in farming has been due to the whale-oil fish "We will keep you posted from
Caustic time
or ing western buyers this way. One report a result of the experiment con- difficulty. or
fact that he planted of to time
order that you may have definite and velvet beans largely forage received here this week indicated ducted under the auspices of the' oil soap or any alkaline laundry soap on further arrivals and
corn etc.
crops peanuts, ,
official information concerning the and each year fattened a large amountof that Wisconsin did not move more Georgia Board of Entomology, the on- will do. Flour paste is also a good prices.

I marking of the thirty-two quart crates beef and pork. Mr. Alvarez recent- than 35 or 40 cars. Holdings in western ly experiments ever made for the solution spreader. This paste is made by boiling

and also the refrigerators, :your letteris ly added to his farm a tract bought of New York are getting short, too, of the weevil problem in connec- two pounds of flour in two gallons FLORIDA COTTON CROP STATIS-

being referred to Dr. C. L. Alsberg, J. N. Kelly with a considerable front- it being: estimated that there are not tion with tong staple cotton, four va- of water. Add this amount to 50 TICS.WASHINGTON .

Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry, for age on Crosby lake. He will hereafter more than 125 or 130 cars the trade rieties of this cotton have been devel- gallons of the arsenical spray.

reply. engage in raising stock on a larger can account for. One inventory the oped which fruit much earlier than The use of this spray is not dangerous -

The following from the Bureau of him scale and this lake frontage will give first of January showed 180 cars but the varieties now planted. This was to the consumer. If its use is likely I Jan. 18.-Director
an ample supply of water for his Sam L. Robers, of the
Chemistry, dated January 13, confirmsthe stock. there has been quite a movement since the really important problem to be to affect the market price of the Census Bureau of the

preceding letter and gives further Mr. Alvarez is one of the many then Red cabbage is not as high as solved, and it has been done. Whereasthe cabbage, do not apply it later than I Department the of Commerce, announces -

particulars: raisers who enrolled for the service of white, which is an abnormal condi- varieties now planted fruit in Au- two weeks before the crop is harvested. ton preliminary report of cot.

'.Dear Sir: the vaccination expert soon to be sent tion. gust and September, the new varieties A rain will probably wash enoughof ginned by counties in Florida, for

"Confirming the reply from the of- here by the Inter-state Vaccine Com which the board has developed come it off so that the remainder will not the crops of 1916 and 1915. The report

fice of Markets and Rural Organizations pany under arrangements made with FARMING WISDOM. to fruitage in June, July and early Au- be noticed. was made public for the state st
the company by the Bank of Starke. 10 a. m., on Wednesday, December
of this Department, to your let- gust, or on an average of nearly two 30.
He is a firm believer in vaccination. In moA where studies of the Quantities in
with refer- cases are running Dales
ter of December 28, 1916. months
earlier than the old ones. WHAT BREED OF CATTLE."A ,
During last fall cholera ,attacked his
profits in farming have been made, counting round half
ence to the marking of the quantity herd of pigs. He at once ordered a It is the development of these early as bales. Linten

i of the contents upon berry packages, supply of serum vaccinated all of particularly in our oldest agricultural varieties, and this fact olen, which will are not included:

: you are advised that the published rul- the pigs that had not been infected, districts, such studies indicate that enable the Sea Island growers to con- question often asked me, saysJ. County 1916 1915

irg, a copy of which will be found in with the result that the disease was the most successful farms are those tinue to make their crops, regardlessof M. Scott, animal industrialist to the Alachua ------________ 7,839 6,028

" Item 155, enclosed, still applies. stamped out and he saved several hundred which have from two to four major the presence of the boll weevil. University of Florida experiment sta- Baker --------________ 1,188 1,162
"Refrigerator packages for the ship- dollars worth of pork. In talkingof sources of income, i.e., they have a well There tion, "is what breed of cattle can I get Bradford
are, however _____._
; a great many details ------ 4,114 3,026)
berries in shouldbe the matter Mr. Alvarez said he balanced and diversified business. In that are better than the piney woods
ment of quart
cups in connection with the Columbia ____ _
wanted the expert to visit his placein certain instances it betterto problem and that will hustle and take care of ------ -- 3,235 1,985
similarly marked, giving a plain order that he could himself learn may pay which every grower should know about I Gadsden -_____________ 680 465
have only one enterprise, but us- I themselves on the open range? And
and conspicuous statement the num- more about the care of his swine. and it is doubly important, therefore Mr. Hamilton ------_______ 3,873 3,761. .
Scott there is
ber of cups and the quantity of the ually when one crop pays much better that all who can possibly do so should i says probably none, Holmes ______________ 233 1,033
for
than all others, the production of it increases the better breeds of cattle require
contents of each. THE CANOVAS ARE ACTIVE. attend this meeting.In I better Jackson ______________ 4,336 14f725
rapidly and soon the price fallsto I care and attention and more of
"Item 155" follows: .- where other this tri-state convention the active it Jefferson ---__________ 4,118 4J
155. Declaration of the Quantity of a point crops or products co-operation of the Lafayette _____. _
We mentioned last week that J. F. are equally as profitable. Diversified agricultural I The native piney woods cattle are ____ 755 403
Contents of Berries in Small Open Canova had bought the Cone place on farming is often confused with departments of Florida and South Car- no better than their surroundings Give Leon --_______________ 3,011 3,561

Containers. (Supplementing Item Crosby lake, with the intention of farming where there is little of olina have been assured, and Commis- them better Madison -----___-_____ 7,954 6C41
a care by them
everything supplying
110 in S. It A. Them. 13. p. 3.) raising cattle and fattening them for ; and not much of sioner W. A. McRae and E. J. Watson, I i with abundance of Okaloosa _______-_____ 183 401
anything. an
Pending a determination of the ques- market. He has added to his holdingsby of these states will good forage Suwannee ___
Either extreme lessens the chances of respectively, be I when the pastures are shirt and they _______ 6,286 4,411 i
the amend- acquiring the land betweenthe
tion whether net weight swamp among the speakers at the Valdosta
ment applies to berries in small open place and the lake for the sake of success. When the price of certain meeting. will develop into larger and better ani-
Total
I is low then livestock usually mals. This is true with -----------___49,349 53,465
containers (such as those which usual- pasture and never failing water. crops very The other speakers will include any breed of
Paul E. Canova who boughta becomes desirable. However if the cattle. The who
each and lately man goes into the
hold 1 or 1 pint State '
ly quart without tract of wild land east of the Neal returns of an animal are poor, cash Entomologist E. Lee Worsham, cattle business with the idea that the ABOUT TIME TO PLANT UP-

which are commonly placed, place, is busy building, fencing, stump-I crops, even at low price, are essential.A of Georgia, Assistants Ira Williamsand cattle can shift for themselves both NESE AND SUGAR CANE
covers, in crates, each crate holding a A. C. Lewis
ing, ditching and breaking up land. well balanced business insures the experts in cotton
summer and winter and
number of the small containers) and Mr. Canova will plant all the cotton he : breeding, and W. B. Hunter of the return a profit I
of less than (owner against losses and provides a will be a failure as a Florida stock- The best time for planting
. unless public notice not can inthe spring. Years ago, when i much Georgia Fruit Exchange, will talk on Japanese
two months be given, the departmentwill the plow was the only implement used better utilization of the labor marketing problems. man.High cane in central and northern Florida

not recommend any proceedings it required two to three :years for ;and equipment. grade livestock is not generally in the spring. Those farmers who Ian _

under the Federal Food and Drugs Act the "sourness"* to leave the ground; found on cheap land when tended by saved the seed canes should be getting
these days the disc and Acme harrows WILL START STOCK RANCH.W. L. A. Davis has received a consignment
solely upon the ground that berries in cheap labor using makeshift methods. the soil ready to plant them earij.
such small containers, shipped in interstate will pulverize and aerate the land at Mitchell Edwards, roadmasterfor which of he fruit has trees planted of different his kinds, It is on higher-priced land where high- I Canes kept too long may sprout in tk 1 1I
once and an application of lime will on place in
the Seaboard Air Line Railway anda I
i commerce or otherwise neutralize the humic and crenic acidsin successful farmer the side has the western portion of Starke. priced and more efficient labor is em- bank during damp weather, or suffer ,

- brought within the jurisidiction of the the soil, making it capable to support lately bought from C.on L. Peek &, Son ployed that the high-grade cattle will by dry ret if the bank is too dry. W.

Food and Drugs Act, bear no state- tender cultivated plants. :.300 acres of land bordering on Rowell L. L. Wynn, of Hampton, and J. Ug- be found, for it takes such conditionsto E. Brown, county agent for Alachia

ment of the quantity of the contents E. E. Canova, who less than three lake, west of Starke, and will engagein low, who lives northeast of Starke, maintain a high-grade herd. As longas county, recommends that the canes to

upon each such container.The :years ago bought a half section of stock farming on a larger scale than supply out markets with choice cab- we produce low-grade forage and planted now, just as soon as the land

department is of the opinion wild land in the Wateroak section, has heretofore. The tract bought by Mr. bage. pasture crops, just so long will we con- can be prepared properly.

that berries, peaches or tomatoes in been busy subduing the wild land for Edwards has a long stretch of lake tinue to produce a low grade of live- The seed canes should be cut into

small open containers which are packed cultivation ready for and cotton has now ifl the a large spring.TO acreage frontage, thus assuring a plentiful Read the Bradford County Tele- stock; but, when we begin to produce lengths of eighteen inches or two feet

in crates and arranged within the supply of water for his stock. graph-the home paper. forage and uasture rrons tVat. non,,;....... and planted in double makingthe
-- n-F" -- -- *WVtAA a row,
crates in layers or tiers, constitute DISCUSS FARM LOAN ACT. .,.I more and careful attention and cultiva rows five feet apart. The seott-

food in package form within the mean- tion, then we will be compelled to keep of good cane is to have it thick. If tie

ing of the net weight amendment, and All farmers and other interested a better brade of livestock or change canes are not cut they are more susceptible

that consequently the law requires throughout the county persons are urged- Hog Cholera our vocation.The to damage from wood-lie

that the crates shall be marked witha to meet at the county court house in kind of livestock produced in a These pests bore through the canes

statement of the quantity of the con Starke at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, i community is a good index to the typeof from one end to the other, and if the

tents. Each such statement should include January 27th, to hear a discussion and The man who is vaccinating his hogs is the nan who is nuking the out farmers in the community; high- ends of the canes are allowed to touch

the number of small containers full explanation whereby, under the of hogs. The man who is not a believer in Serum and virus is still losing money pigs and grade livestock pointing to a class of in the furrow, the progress of the pat

and the quantity of the contents oInch. f rural credits law, farmers can obtain sows by the wholesale from Cholera a disease which can absolutely be prevented by industrious, well-to-do farmers. If will not be seriously interrupted.
long term loans on farm property at the uae of this Serum treatment together with sanitary precautions. you are not willing to help
low rate of interest. How much your cattle Prepare the ground in about th$
From the above it is evident that a money did you or your neighbor lose from Cholera last year? If it did not strike earn a living, stick to the native piney same
manner that
The discussion will be led by Col. would for conPlant
your herd last do not think you
year will
while the individual of straw yon always be so fortunate. It woods breed.
cups may get
C. L. Peek and J. C. you the ui
Attorney Poppell. any time. It may get hog have. cane in deep furrows <
And
every you you could have
berries, tomatoes, peaches, grapes, or saved them all for
D. 0. McRAE, a few dollars spent for Serum. FLORIDA cover it lightly, filling in the fnnW
what else send to other states, need SERUM COMPANY.The .
we Sec. Treas. Local Association.
Did you know that the United States Bureau of Animal Industry expended mil- as the shoots develop, otherwise the
-
not be marked; the crates containingthem lions of dollars in an effort to find some means of combatting Hog Cholera and Florida Serum Company, of cane will be left on furrows when.the

must be marked with the number LARGE INCREASE IN BANK found that the only practical and scientific method of dealing with the swine plague Jacksonville, manufacturers of anti- roots are properly covered. .
of quart cups they contain, and is by the use of Serum and Virus. Did hog cholera serum and
know
you that the State of Florida, through virus, has an The best fertilizer for i is 6*
;:, the refrigerators containing the crates DEPOSITS OF THE COUNTY the State Board Si Health distributed many thousands of dollars of Serum to let the advertisement in thia issue of the Tel- pounds of cane &
with the numberof farmer know that there was at last egraph. This cottonseed meal to
must also be marked a way around Cholera! Governments do not company was sent a copy
spend money to promote fakes of the advertisement pounds of acid phosphate, applied tl
quart cups contained in them. There must be something to Serum. Welt Mr published some
HOB
Growth is Due Mainly to Fact Owner are you going to take old Bill Brown's word for it and let him tell you that time ago by the Bank of Starke. Com- the rate of 600 to 1,000 poundrpff

FINE GARDENS. That Farmers Have Adopted Serum will not do the work, just because some jf his hogs which had been lick for menting on the campaign for vacci- acre. If this is too expensive, &

a week or ten days were not saved or are yon going to take us at our word and be- nation started by the Bank of Starke Brown says stable manure may be II

Up-to-Date Methods._ lieve that Serum is a preventive for Hog Cholera and not a CURE. A good number they write as follows: ed. A light application should be msdi>
gardens are more frequent of acute cases of Cholera can be cured with Serum but the "We are to
Vegetable owner is lucky when he ?pleased acknowledge the to guard against a darkening of thsjuice
than saves more than siityfive per cent of his hogs-but receipt of the :
and extensive this seas-.n he is t.relesa if he does not advertisement which if usedVthe
: before and the mild weather and The semi-annual statements of the one hundred per cent of case of Cholera in his herd. Eventually will prevent your bank is- running. We think a large quantity is
you find
ever
n'-un-lant moisture have ramtd a luc banks of the county recently published out that we are trying to talk good sound "Horse Sense" to you; so why not believe are doing a fine work in the interest you crop is intended for forage or I*...

j the best furnish an interesting insight into the us now, and send in your order for enough of the "Dixie Brand" Serum to immunize of your county and your citizens age, this precaution need not be tab,

uriant growth. Among gardens increase in the wealth of the people every hog on your place. If he's worth a quarter, he is worth vaccinating. when should co-operate with you in Flat woods and hammock soillt.,
in Starke we may mention that you use "Dixie Brand. Other Serums cost more and often times detail, both for the sake every adapted to either of Japa *
and particularly of the farmers of the are not 10 good of their own raising
I of Judge Wm. F. Malphurs, where almost "Dixie Brand" is made under Government pocket books
Supervision
and to
and show or
county. The deposits of. the seven must be good before it their appreciation sugar cane.FREAK.
kind of vegetable growing can be placed on the market. Our Vaccinating outfit of
effortsIBi.
every are iso the best to be had. your We
I banks of the show total of sincerely
I t in this latitude is to be found, and county a Serum U4 cents per C. C. (Dosage 30 C. C. to the 100 Ib. hog), Serum Syringes hope that what publicity our adver-
I' those of R. R. Prevatt and Rev. L. W. $613,000, which is an increase of fully (Glass barrel or all metal of the standard mikes) $3.50- Vim Syringes an elaaa tisement gives to serum and virus will STRAWBERRY.

Kickliter. Just outside the corpora 200 per cent in the past ten years. with the metal case and glass barrel. $1.50 and $3 respectively'. thermometers 11.00.or help out in this good work, no matter
This great increase is due to two Corkscrew OD neck of every bottle of Serum. write about who sells the serum." J. P. Robinson is growinl" '
anything who
tion line L. C. Powell has a flourishing understand. you don't ,
First the increase in wealth We answer questions on all livestock disease .ible7 We understand
garden, having other vegetables causes. if that Mr. W. H. H. fISt crop of strawberries this J&t
among Whistler
and second, the fact that the farmers who has had his e
cabbages of size. considerable already su:ceded: in produciflJT
great experience in
Cabbage have been largely planted generally have adopted the more up- Florida Serum Company probably act as vaccinating hogs, will berry the like of which we have r.fTl
to-date plan of transacting their busi- agent here for
this season and they will bring a good Florida Serum Company. the seen before. The berry, other1
ness affairs through the banks. Ten
: price. DISTRIBUTORS OF ANTI-HOG CHOLERA normal, terminates in a tip, and fr9
the in bank consisted SERUM AND
years ago money LIVESTOCK this tip springs miniature ttrs.
largely of the deposits of the mer- SUPPLIES. a '
berry iI-e-
m wire 4 co plant. The little plant
chants naval stores .
operators, saw
feet -
tbsbffry
LOUMVIUI.KT.FURS and has roots
.. mill operators and those engaged in 137 W. FOURTH ST. penetrating *
It *
I' Llbarafalwa..t other lines of commercial or manufac- probably sprang from a J
101"on.
7 s ad IIIU valra teat/ P turing business. Very few farmers JACKSONVILLE FLA. .,the berry. If the berry had T,
!. ... been plucked It would have bee *'
ever a check in payment of a bill.
gave
f- i terestin? to watch the further ***
They generally paid with money. This WE ABB HOME : :
PEOPLE
AND Seto
OUR
. f; HMMMtfOMtfUM PRICES ABE RIGHT. O. K. JELKS &: SOX opment of the little plant.
,
.: ,(Continued on Page 8.) Qnitman, Brooks Co, Georgia. A A story plants is more than even JIf'>

bank dreamed of and Mr. Robis* :_

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. r.GE'SEY 'IDENCE



tlve creature, isn'f she1" dog"perb.aps, F po'ssibTy an + + + + + + + + + + defendants. the undersigned u Special-Master -
will offer for sale in front of the
court- 1
Prudence would gladly have flown AndThe I NOTICES house in Starke. Florida, durirg the legal hoursof

out into the hall to settle this matter, three young modelers looked + + + + + + + + + + sale on Monday the 5tit clay of February.
but she realized that she in exclamatory consternation A. D. 1917. to the highest anJ best bidder for
was on exhibition. as
NOTICE. cash. the following described
roperty, to-wit: 4
OF'IIII. PAIUTON Had she done so, the Ladles doors opened. iI Chamber Dec. IS. 1916 Said land situated lying and being in the
G would have set her down forever afteras "Oh, are you ready r cried that at a meeting of county of Bradford and Sub of Florida to- .,
of the Town of Starke. Brad wit: The southeast q tarter nf the northeast
thoroughly Incompetent-she could "How: time has flown! We had no held in pursuance of I quarter of section fourteen 'HI. in Townhip j
( yi not go! But Lark must come to her. you'd be ready. so soon. Oh, we 90 of the ordinances of said I five (5> South of Range twnty (20t: ast
the thirteenth day of Novem Also the south half of the southeast quarter \!
"Lark I" This was Prudence's most sorry, Prudence. We intended to and the '
on November 15. 1916. i southeast quarter >( the southwest 1
ETHEL HUESIGNUiUSTHATED awful voice, and Lark was bound to everything fixed properly for you thereafter in compliance quarter of Section thirty'in.' Township five J
i heed. therein contained; : (ol South of Range twenty-one 121): east !.
We needed a flat place for our met in its regular place containing one hundred and< W.ty160) acres
"Oh, Prue," she said plaintively Til ing. Its a shame that's what it town at 7:30 o'clock! p. m.. more or less. .

It I be there in a minute. Can't you wait Isn't that a handsome Venus? I of present December the following 1916. there mem-be- i i I:. :M.Special JOHNS.M4-rkr. 'J,

LI& BYW.C.1'ANN Just five minutes? Let me run upstairs that !-If you'll just shut the door : JNO. C. COOPER &: SON. 1
:
; j flrst/woa't you? Then ni come minute, Prudence, we'll have !. Jr... S. A. Bryan. D. C. And A. V. LONG. 1.

L gladly 1 Won't that do?" thing exactly as you left It. And Whit! NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE

__ Her voice was hopeful. But Prudence as sorry as we can be. You can ha.my certain proceedings were Six months after date 1 .m! present to the
.Copjrrlfht, by: the Bobbs-MerrlU replied with dangerous calm Venus for a centerpiece If were the following. to-wit: Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner. u County Judge of
Company.: ) : y presented a certain ordi Bradford county. Florida. my vouchers and
-:' "Come at once, Lark." like." its being read by the clerk, final account as Administratrix of the estateof
SYNOPSIS. reareuIxfffieTospTliBIe rules be suspended and the S. J. Sternbnrg. late of Bradford county.
I afmospnerTof "All right, then, and added Prudence silently closed the
of all members present be
threata Florida. deceased. and ask to be discharged
I. I-Prudence----- BUrr ldeit Of Methodist parsonages, where, If you eningly, "but you'll wish I nd the Ladies, laughing the ordinance as read as such Administratrix.
CHAPTER ,
have but two dishes Then Lark lame to the Committee on This the 13th day of August. 1916.
r.4 ra motherleu glrla. cornea to the Math of oatmeal, the opened the door-a woeful drew away. Ordinances the said
Slit parsonage at Mount Mark, aa house outsider Is welcome to figure I In one band she carried "Don't think dear by Councilman mo ANGIE STERNBURG,
Jotter for her father the Methodist mlntater. one. That Is aa you my Andrews. Administratrix of the estate of S. J. Stern
Carol's description of parsonage life. empty shoe box. And her face was Mrs. Prentiss too sweetly, "that the" motion and called burg deceased. 8lSm
"na, vote and the motion
..- But Prudence was concerned to ob streaked with good rich Iowa mud. are a little more than you can the said councilmen voting 5--NOTICE Of FINAL DISCHARGE

;:' \ CHAPTER II-Tne ride entertain & visHnz serve that a big easy chair placed well Her clothes were plastered with It. One Don't you really think an older the said motion. Thereup- Six months after this date to-wit. on the
,r- : Jones moved that the ordi-
: .minister Carol, at one luncheon.of the twins to his, rides dnn.twe. the back In a secluded corner, seemed to shoe was caked from the sole to the Is needed" the Raid motion being sec 29th day of January. 1917. I will present to

: ,!iam111 cow with disastrous resul L be giving dissatisfaction. It was Mrs. very top button and a great gash In "I do not think so," cried Fairy, Bryan and then"and the Honorable of Bradford George County A. Gardiner Florida my as CountyJudge vouchers -

'- -- Adams who sat there first. She her stocking revealed a generous portion fore her sister could speak, "no the of said"ayss"ordinance aid "nays.was unan-the and final accounts as executor of the last ,

squirmed quite a little and seemed of round, white leg woman could be kinder or sweeteF, by the vote of all members will and testament of W. H. Rivers, decet-ei.,
\>, CHAPTER III. to and ask to be discharged as such executor.
each of the
t be gripping the arms of the chair with Poor Prudence! At that moment she more patient and helpful than there being no votes said"nay"mem, This the Hat day of July, 1318. 1

unnecessary fervor. Presently she would have exchanged the whole parsonage "Undoubtedly true But recorded as follows! : J. E. FUTCH. ,
r The Ladies' Aid. stammered bathroom electric more is needed, I am afraid It ,. Jr.. S.' A. Bryan. D. Executor of the last Will ar.J Testament of j
an excuse and lights and
rising .
Now, this really was a crisis In the went Matthews. W. H. Rivers deceased. 7-28-Cmo.: : )
into the other room. After that Mrs. all, for a tiny log cabin in the heart pears that girls are a little more -

I jlfe of the parsonage family. The girls Miller, then Mrs. Jack, Mrs. Xorey of a great forest, where she and Lark orderly than In my own young White. NOTICE FOR PUBLIC\TIOV. "J
,
had met, separately, every member of and Mrs. Beed, in turn, sat there might be alone together. Perhaps I do not judge advisedly, No. SI. Department of the Irterior. IT. S. Land Of- I
-and is in the following words
tte Ladles' Aid. But this their fice at Gainvrville, Fla.. Dee '''I. 1916.
was did not stay. Prudence was quite ago And Fairy laughed. Prudence lookedat It seems to me they are a little- : Notice is hereby gives that Joseph Starling.

'frst combined movement upon the parNonage nized. Had the awful twins filled her with tears In her eyes, and then manageable." confirming the provisions and Lawtey Florida who, on April :6. 1M2. j.j.of
and Prudence and realIed It Ordinance Number 90 of the made Homestead Entry. No. '10513. for Klyif
,
Fairy "
with turned to the wretched "Indeed they are not cried ..
needles for ,
the reception of the girl. Florida, passed on the o NEl and N4 of SE'i. faction 4. Town- '
that much depended on the success poor Ladies? At first opportunity she "What have you been doing, Lark" dence loyally. "They are young, >r. 1916. which provides hip 6 S. Range 23 E. Tallahassee meridian
of the day. As girls the whole of certain street improve- has filed notice of irt nti"n t<> make! Three-
mischievous I know-and I
hurried Into the secluded corner, Intent The heartbreak expressed In the face am glad of Starke. Florida and year proof to establish claim tn the land above :1
Methodist church pronounced the upon trying the chair for herself. She of Lark would have made the angels I t.- But I have lived with them of a portion of the total described before the Clerk C.reuit Court at

young Starrs charming. But as par- sat down anxiously. Then she weep. Beneath the smudges of mudon since they were born, and I ought improvement.the property"abutting and Starke. Florida. on the 16th gasped
lonage people-well, they were obliged and clutched frantically at the arm of her cheeks she was pallid, and, try know them. They are unselfish, Town Council of the Town I 1 917.Claimant names as witnesses: .1
; to reserve Judgment. And as for Pru- did on the 13th day of No W. C. Ward. of Starke Fr da.
the chair. For she discovered as she would, she could not keep her are sympathetic, they are always ;
at in
once pursuance of the powers C. C. Howard of Starle Florida.
'deDie having entire charge of the to her dismay that the chair was bottomless chin from trembling ominously. Her erous. They do foolish and Charter of said Town and the F. Sassee. of Starke Florida.; .j

i 1oUBehold, it must be acknowledged and that only by hanging voice, when she was able to speak, was things-but never things that are the State of Florida relative Wm. G. Starr. of Starke. Florida.ROBT. "
that every individual Lady looked on barely recognizable. : ful and mean. They are all right an ordinance providing for \V. D.\,'S. -
. for her life could she keep from dropping of certain street improvements 1-5-ot. Registrar.
forward to this meeting with eager- through. "We-we-we are making-mud I heart, und that Is all that counts. Florida. and the assess- "

ness-they wanted to "size up" the sit- Up rose Prudence, conscientiously images, Prudence. It-It was awfully are not bad girls What have of abutting the total and cost fronting thereof the MASTER'S SALE.

uation. They were coming to see for pulling after her the thin cushion messy, I know but-they say-it is done today? They were the said ordinance being Hereby notice is given that under and by

themselves! Yes, It was undoubtedly whlch.had concealed the chair's such a good-and useful thing to do. and humiliating too, but what did Number 90 of the virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure
Town
short- of Starke and
: made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial -
$ crisis. coming. "Look, Fairy!1" she cried. We-we didn't expect-the-the Ladies do that was really mean? They the provisions of Section 9 I Circuit of FloriJ.i. in chancery! sitting.in .

.. 1 "There'll be a crowd, of course," said "Did you take the bottom out to see us." barrassed and mortified me, but Number 90. the Town the Circuit Court for Bindford County.
"We'll of this immediately upon the Florida. on the 20th day pf IVcember. A. D.
fairy. just leave the doors chair? It "Mud intentionally! I can't punish them thereof by the Town
must have been horribly tia images I" gasped Prudence, 1916. in favor of The ArrerUan Trust Company -
between the front rooms open." comfortable for those who have sat and even Fairy stared incredulously."Where the effect on me, you know respectively to publish) a corporation. a milli once week for four
a consec of G. F. Markillie, dc-a'ctl, complainant.
I "les but we'll close the as -
dining-room there! However did it happen?" in the world did you get hold that be Just or fair? At heart, Bradford County Telegraph and against S. A. Douglass. Alma Douglass -
: oois. Then we'll have the refreshments Fairy was frankly amazed and of an idea like that meant no harm." in the Town of Stark, and J. H. Scarborough defendants, the ,
a
all out Florida, in order that the undersigned aa Special Ma the
on table and when
It must be confessed that th0
little inclined to be amused. 'It-it was in that-that Mother's or other persons interested sale in front of the court hiuse in Starke, jJ
!ee ready well Just fling back the "Ask the twins," she said tersely; Home Friend paper you take, Pru many serious faces among the notice of the provisions and Florida during the le/al hours of sale on
doors carelessly and-there you are!I" Some cheeks flushed the said ordinance and have Monday the 5th day of F.*rtiary." A. D. 1917
"I were some
know dence. "It
nothing about It. Prudence blushed guiltily. to
;
at ) present objections against to the highest and best bidder for cash the
So the table was prettily decorated I At that moment, the luckless Carol was modeling in clay, but-w haven't were downcast, some lips were of the requirements of the following described property to-wit:
with flowers and of sandwiches which said objections by the Said land lying and being in the county of
great plates
and
pressed
some were trembling.
went running through the hall. Prudence any clay, and-the mud is very nice, tI were to be submitted Bradford and the state of Florida, to-wit: The I
I and cake were placed upon It knew It was she, without seeing, but-oh, I know I look just-horrible. err mother there was asking In Town Council on or before west half of the northwest quarter of section .

In the center was an enormous punch.L because she had a peculiar skipping I-I-Connie pushed me In thepuddlefor heart, "Did I punish my children m.and. the clearly 18th day setting of December.forth the twenty-five ((25) of Township five (5) South.
I bowl, borrowed from the L for the effect! ? Did I of range nineteen (19) east containing eight
run that was quite characteristic and fun. Another appeallot glance on me Judge owner or other persona (80) acres. more or less.
I ol lemonade. Glasses were properlyimaged unmistakable. into her sister's face, and Lark plungedon. children by what was in their have and of the desire to urge, E. M. JOHNS.Si .
provisions ol
on the trays, and piles of "Carol !1" she called. bent on smoothing matter* if she or Just by the trouble they made C. COOPER It SON. ecial Master.JNO. .

nicely! home-laundered napkins were r And Carol paused. could. "Carol Is-Is Just fiat at It, And the silence lasted so long the said ordinance was pub And A. V. LONG. 1

wyttered here and there. The girls "Carol!" more Imperatively.Then really. She-she's making a Venus de it became awkward. Finally Mrs. P publication in the thereof Bradford being Count mad; Solicitors for Plaintii l-S-5t. 1 1

ttt that the dining room was a credit I Carol slowly opened the door- Mllo, and it's good. But we can't remember tiss crossed the room and stood 24th days of November 1916 -
to them and to the Methodist church Prudence's side. She laid band and 15th days of December: : MASTER'S SALE. 1
a
she was a parsonage girl and rose to whether her arm Is off at the

: lm: the occasion. She smiled wlnsomely elbow or below the shoulder-" An derly on the young girl's arm, and said Town Council did meet virtue Hereby of uotice that certain is given final that decree under of and fore-by

I every nook and corner of the Carol was nearly always winsome. enormous gulp, and by furious blinking: In a voice that was slightly for place the mentioned purpose of in considering the ordi closure made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial t

: lease they hunted out chairs and "How do you do?" she said brightly. Lark managed to crowd back the tears I T believe yea are right my deaf. and every protest that might in the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida for in Bradford chancery County.sitting '

: Itpols anticipating a real run upon the "Isn't it a lovely day? Did you call that would slip to the edge of her is what girls are at heart that and against requirementa the enforcement of the said ol Florida in the 4th day of January. A. D. 1917,

J 1 JI IOnage. Nor were they disappoint me, Prudence?" lashes. T-I'm very sorry; Prudence." counts. I believe your sisters ara(1)c person appeared or presented in favor of J. Regenstein Company a corporation l'
complainants. ) against Fannie L.
f ..r The twins and Connie were not, "Yes. Do you know where the bottom "Very well, Lark, you may go. I do I you suy they are. And one thing I against the enforcement there Hopson as and B. B. Hop*an>n.< R,; defendants the )

,I Wen arrayed in their plain little ging- of that chair has gone?" not really object to your modeling In I very sure of-they are happy girls Be it ordained by the undersigned as Special Mastrr. will offer for ,

J hams, clean, before the first arrivals "Why no, Prudence-gracious! That mud, I am sure. I am sorry you lookso : have a sister so patient and loving the Town of Starke in the tale in. front during of the the legal cou"t hours Imuse of in Kale Starke.Florida. on. .

were ushered up into the front bedroom chair!-why, I didn't know you were disreputable. You must change just. Not all real mothees b Jra : Ordinance Number 90 of !Monday the 5th day of February A. D. 1917

ordinarily occupied by Prudence going to bring that chair in here. your shoes and stockings at once, and L much to their creditContinued !" the Town of Starke Florida to the highest described and propertyonit best bidder for:cash the following .
day of November. 1916. by
and Fairy. Why-on. I am so sorry! Why in the then you can go on with your model- of the Town of Starke. and Said land lying and bfinjr in the county of '
Bradford and State of Fli-r'da undii.ledonethird
. 'There's Mrs. Adams and Mrs. world didn't you tell us beforehand" Ing. But there must be no more push- ( Next Week.) ; >r 15th. 1916. by the may interest in the nivth: an half of the
; be. and the is here
'Prentiss and Mrs.began Connie, -Some of the Ladles smiled. Others Ing and chasing. I'll see Connie about same southwest quarter of s<
' listening Intently 'to the voices In the lifted their brows and shoulders In a that tonight. Now po." And Lark was the Clerk U hereby instruct (61 South. of Range ---nty-two E. M. JOHNS.122'at.. .

' next room. mildly suggestive way, that Prudence, swift to avail herself of the permission. ordinance a newspaper in the published Bradford Special Ma-.trr. '

- .Tes," whispered Carol, "peek after nineteen years In the parsonage, Followed a quiet hour, and then the of Starke. Florida in such A. V.Attorney LONG. for Plaintiff. 1-5-ot.

" through the keyhole, Lark, and see If had learned to know and dread. Ladies put aside their sewing and the of the time ordinances as U customary of the said in

f lire. Prentiss is looking under the bedfor "And where is the chairbottomnow walked about the room, chatting in MASTERS !UI.:'

, dust. They say she'You'd -" ?" she inquired. "And why did little groups. With a significant glanceto Colds ordinance shall go into ef Notice is hereby given that under and by
upon its passage and ap virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure! made .
better not let Prudence catch you take it?" Fairy, Prudence walked calmly; to the best interest of the and rendered January 4th. 111' by the Judge
:" yon repeating" "Why, we wanted to make-" the double doors between the dining it. of the Circuit Court cf the Eighth Judicial
should be "nipped ia fba the 18th day of December. Circuit of Florida. in and fur Bradford County -
:"- "There's Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Davis, room and the sitting room. The
I "You and Lark? eyes bud" for if allowed to in Chancery sitting, in favor of D. W.
and-" "Well, yes-but it was really all my i of the Ladies followed her with inter run E. S. MATTHEWS. complainant and ait inst Susie R. Cone.
unchecked serious results Chairman of Council. Pearl Cone Marcus Cone Ohm Cone. Barnard '
"They Mrs. Davis only belongs est, and even enthusiasm. They were .'1,1
say fault, you know. We wanted to make I Cone. Cornelius Cone and Clifton Cone, de- ,
: to the Ladles' Aid for the sake of the! a seat up high in the peach tree, and : hungry. Prudence slowly opened wide may follow.1 Numerouscases fondants the undersigned fi'-l offer for sale

refreshments, and-" the bottom off the chair was Just fine. the doors, and-stood amazed! The of consumption, pneumonia ,, 19th. day of December. 1916. before lietween the the cdurt legal house hours toor nf at sale Starke.on Mnnday.Florida

"Carol Prudence will punish you.," It's a perfectly adorable seat" brightening Ladles clustered about her, and stood and other fatal diseases JOE HILL WILLIAMS. February 5th. 1917. to the highest and best

"Well, I don't believe It" protested but sobering again as she real. amazed also. The dining room was can be traced back toa Mayor. Town of Starke Fla. bidder for cash the fo'ilovin described lands
situated in Bradford Cojnty, Horida. to-wit:
Carol "I'm Just teling you what I'veheard ized the gravity of the occasion. "And L there, and the table! But the appear cold. At the first sign oft SALE. The north half of let eleven! 111) and the

other people say." we put the cushion in the chair so that; ance of the place was vastly different! cold, protect yourself by is given that under and by north half of lot twelve (12): of Settum seven
certain final decree of fore (7) in Township aeven (7k. S R twenty ((20): )
"We aren't allowed to repeat' gos- it wouldn't be noticed. We never use The snowy cloth was draped artistically thoroughly cleansing yoursystemwithafewdosesof the Judge of the Eighth Ju east containing eighty (M"1' acres. more or

tip," urged Lark. that chair, you know. I'm so sorry over a picture on the wall, the I i Florida in chancery sitting less.
Court for Bradford
E. M.
County JOHNS.
'o. and I think It's a shame. too,, about it"Carol lowest edges well above the floor. The I 20th day of December. A. D. Special Master.

for It's awfully funny. Minnie Drake: was really quite crushed. but t plates and trays. napkin-covered were THEDFORD'S A. J. Towers as complainant \. Z. ADKINS,

told me that Miss Tame Joined the! true to her parsonage training, she safely stowed away on the floor in distant B.Provision Bennett. Company.Jr.. Elnara a Ben cor Complainant's Soliritor. 1551. ,.

Methodist church as soon as she heard I struggled valiantly and presentlybrought corners. The kitchen scrub buck't Grocery Company, a co r- a

the new minister was a widower, so I forth a crumpled and sickly had been brought:: In and turned upside the Manufacturing Company COMMISSIONERS SVLE.
BLACK- undersigned, as Special hereby notice is given that under and by
ahe I down to afford a fitting resting
smile. for sale in front of the virtue of that certain decrrr nf partition made
Carol!" I But Prudence smiled at her kindly. place for the borrowed punch bowl, Florida, during the l legal by the Judge of the Eighth; Judicial Cirruit of
Monday the 5th" day of Fd
o Carol whirled around sharply, and l "That wasn't very naughty Carol" she full to overflowing with fragrant lem to the highest and best bid)- Court Florida for in Bradford Chancery County.ttittiig.Florida in the on the Circuit 2nd

T flushed, and swallowed hard. For Prudence said frankly. "It's true that we seldom onade. DRAUGHTthe following described property day of January A. D. 1917, in favor of Mrs. .

was Just behind her I I use that chair. And we ought to And at the table were three dirty, and being in the county of Charles L. W. Morgan Prevail. Jr.as .coraplniunnt.Jsnnittgs Prevail.and against Joseph

.. "I-I-I-" but she could get no fur, I have looked." She glanced reproachfully disheveled little figures, bending seriously of Florida. to-wit: A one- Prevatt. Ruby Prevail, Mattie lyrd. Jim Iyrd.
-' of mud. A not-unrec- interest in and to the north Jennette Prevatt. Jamei ,
I "It is strange that inI over piles Prevatt Charles Rivers
at Fairy. old reliable vegetableliver quarter of the southeast: ,
ther.Upon Wilry Rivers Lua: Edwards, J. L. Edwards. -
mind. You ognizaMe Venus do Mile occupied the"Isn't fourteen (Ill). and the south
occasion Prudence was qUitE> I dusting it, Fairy-but never Gwendolyn Powell. Tate Powell. Joel
, terrible. said $! Carol. It Is all right." powder. the southwest quarter of the Woolen and Dt-lma L. \VT<>tn, u def<'ndanU!
"So I heard, she dryly, ,, may go now, Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o of Section twenty-six ((26)I. the undersigned as ecmrn'II oners. will offer
but her hard. "Now run ,J she apologized gently to the ) South. of Range twenty-two for .
eyes were np: Then sale in front of th c".irti! atairs went on, Madison Heights, Va., says: thirty (30) acres, more Florida during the I lutal hours of sale.
and out to the field, or to th 5 Ladies, and the conversation I pn
"I have been using Thedford's :Monday the 6th day of -tiratry.. A. 0.-1917.
barn and play. And, Carol, be sunand but Prudence was uncomfortably con- E. M. JOHNS, to the highest and but bi bier for cash in
c' remind me of that speech tonightI I scious of keen and quizzical eyes Black-Draught for Special Master. band. the following describe property situated -
.1 they 'I stomach troubles indigestion '.. in Bradford ceuntflorida., to-wit:
Evidently
i might forget it. I. turned her way. : Solicitor. l-5-5t- Commencing at a post 4" feet west of the
i The girls ran quickly out, Carol welh ]I thought she was too lenient. and colds, and find it to northwest corner of John .E. Dekle's land as
she I be the best medicine I SALE. Ir survey of the Old Totn of Lake Butler
the lead. naughty, very
I It wasn't very I II
"Well. is given that under and by running W est l6I' feet. thence North 270feet
:J "Xo wedding fee for me," sh! thought wretchedly. "How can I pret ; + ever used. makes a. old certain final decree of fore thence East UlL fta thence South 2.0 .
'- I feel H4 'T' '" the Judge of the Eighth Ju frrt to place of beginning containing in all
mumbled when feel like a one.
"Somehow I bad. : man
I
bitterly. Jusl terribly young
. tend It was I ; Florida in chancery sitting, r.ne acre: said land lying and being in south
cjn't help repeating" t in my heart that it wasn't !" i4: Insist oa Thedford's, the : Court for Bradford County half of :ot number ten HOi. Section thirty
; "' "You the : I I 2nd day of November. A. I D.r: (30)). Township five (5), Kanve twenty (:CO)
don't and
want to said Lark, nol t The meeting progressed. original and genuine.61 The American Trust Com east.
, Without sympathy. "You think II t's business was presently disposed ol. A.AI I administrator of the e.s- G. W. ALDf.Itd\N.

f such' fun, you know.'" 1 So far, things were not too seriously!: \ .,,' J. W., Nichols.deceased,Vicey as complain Nichols J.J. w.W.JO.\f TOWN-SEND.:. .

"Well, anyhow, I'm sure I won't gel 1 bad, and Prudence sighed in great relief Bank. a corporation as Commissioners.

J. any cake tonight. It seems to me Pro- Then the Ladles took out their l A. V.SoliC'tors LONG: and for EVERETT Complainant.)I. JOHNS. 1-3-51. _

:i ,dence is very-harsh sometimes." I industriously work- :
\ sewing, and began 1\c ,. Reward, $100 t
, "You" can appeal' to father, If yoi ling at many articles, designed for thei (\ : "* of this paper will be

like. i clothing of a lot of young MethodistsI Opt c a- Tested that there Is at least WHAT IS

".. "Not on your life" said Car- confined in an orphans' home in Chi8 JACKSONVILLEFLABroken cure disease in all that its science stages and has

promptly and emphatically; "he's worsi And they talked together plea La" Catarrh being greatly
cago.
,than Prudence. Prudence and $.. constitutional condition
Like he'd
as not glvim 8 antly aM gayly. And Sam Day as RieicvcdmSptdIi treatment. LAXFOLAXFOS

1 a good thrashing into the hargal. Fairy felt that the cloud was lifted. onfal" Orders-We P.l &( Cure is taken internally!
f No-I'm strong for Prudence when I''t it settled again dark and 140 W. P'ORSvnt StConstipation the Blood on the Mucous
But soon the System thereby de
comes to punishment-In preferen a lowering. Prudence heard Lark running -- of the disease. is an improved Cascara : I
; to father, I mean. I can't seem to b<8 the hall and her soul mis- Causes Bad Skin.A strength by building
through J\i\ I and assisting na (atonlc-lmtite) plea:;nt to taInLAX.FOStheCascamaIsimprvrll
fond
' of any kind of punishment fronanybody. 1 her. Why was Lark going upstairs dull and pimply skin is due its work. The proprie
' ." gave mission might sluggish bowel movement much faith In the curative y
? To be sure, her ', Catarrh Cure that the addition of certain harmless c':. T.I- : ,
' 'or a while Carol was much de" be innocent, but Prudence dared not this condition and clear your Hundred Dollars for any Icals which increase the etucieccv < I tbir \

r: >J>*** ed, but by nature she was a buoy- run the risk. Fortunately she was slt- ion with Dr. King's New Life to cure. Send for list Cascara making it better than! ti I"r.' / ; 'I

t lilt oul, and her spirits were present;y the door. This mild laxative taken at J. CHENEY CO., Toledo Cascara. LAX-FOS is pleasant t.) tlt- .
*. Ingagai -ting near called softly. Lar* will assure you a full, free all Druggists. 75c.t and does not gripe nor disturb s:' !:: ch.
f "Lark !I" she Adapted to children as well as ai'.cits.:
fc in the
the fell ing movement morning. -
something
- ta.- meantime the Ladles of thi a abruptly, and : Just bottle for ;Cc.
:. society continued to stopped I I out the dull, listless feeling t ". Builds Up System try one crn'tipaticr :
de5CO and .arrive. Pru',- to the floor. That a Handsome Venus from overloaded intestines and : I general strengthening tonic .
L : Fairy, freshly gowned an<1
Lark chill TONIC drive 01
want-faced 1"r. of the table. Connie was pain. gish liver.- Get a bottle today. Read the Bradford County Tele-
t received them with corp Ladles smiled, center the blood,and >ti21dsi>pthesy s
; JMW and many merry words. Itwa:s The lI l1tIL !Ulld. he 13 an atten1 tkinzlI !!.t. WQ1'lt.I someL..animal! your druggist, 25c. For v* &lu aDd'...\drcn. V. srraph-the home pap r.'i .
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4 PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY; JANUARY 1$.,.1.:1i
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and Reba Some people have an idea that they feels that
DeSha yoU are ,
Bernice (
of Worthington, were afternoon.business callersin Brown Misses, of the Lawtey High School faculty must have a large sum of money be- sideration, and If you ntitled to bii-;;:

if ; 4 L Brooker Saturday spent Saturday and Sunday at fore they open a bank account, and in class of security that he offer Ii'
Mr. J. C. Larramore, of Macclenny,
the former's home in Waldo. this way they put the matter off from the loan you stand in can taQ .
is visiting relatives here this week. Misses Dollie and May Biggs returned time to time and perhaps never get get it. The mail need of,for"'"
} Dr. Mrs. J. J. Colson, of Gaines- who
and
fl. last carried .:
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County News Items ville, were visiting in Brooker Sunday, to Green Cove several Springs days as to doing business through the banks. ey around in his pocket hit "'
week after spending mistaken idea. The banks where or'.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. and This is a it doe: hhn nor ;
and Mrs. A. Harley
of Mr.
Mr. J. A. Abbott and family left on guests welcome the small depositor as well as good, ha.5 no claims anyone eae IDJ:

w last Thursday for Plant City, where other Mrs.relatives.V. R. Reddish and little daughter the large one and their accounts have when he applies for on tie banb &at.
a loan
t ':.j. latcrwtinj fact Gathered During the Week by Our they will reside in the future. Eva, are visiting- relatives in the same careful attention. A great if all the deposit{ he retlf
Mr. J. L. Brown, of Miller was a custose '
ita Refular Correspondents. business caller here Monday. Plant City this week. many of the larger bank accounts were bank to which he applies have of ft!.

f Messrs. George Crosby and John Dr. A. II. Freeman, of Starke, wasa started in a small way some years ago been supplied and it suit thr' -

f ,.. z J Shaw visited friends at Graham Sun- visitor to Lawtey last Friday.Mr. and have gradually been increased.One ience of the banker to I
f _Ii day afternoon. J. E. Brown was a visitor to of the great advantages of hav- This is the difference in make :
the .
HAMPTON. Richard, last Sunday.Rev. Mrs. W. E. Pinholster and children Starke Mrs. last D.Friday.Randall and Mrs. H. D. ing a bank account is that it gets you of the depositor and the i

c' II. La Roue started a series of left last Saturday for their home in J. visitors to Jacksonvillelast in touch with a banker, the man to tor. So it will be non
,o"i. meetings at Raiford last Sunday. A Green Cove Springs, after spending Randall were whom you probably must go when you the matter of seen that o
J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, bus several weeks with relatives here. Wednesday.Mr. safety and '
i was a large number of people from Provi- conv 17
Marcus Brown came up from need a little ready money to pull you the bank account: Las
s iness visitor here Wednesday. dence and the surrounding country are Mr. H. P. Gainey and family motored the
H. B. Weest Gainesville and spent Saturday and through a hard place. If you have deposited advantage of very r i
- 4 left Tuesday morning attending the services of this talentedman. to LaCrosse Sunday and spent the largely ltcreasing
.J;. { for Jacksonville Sunday at the home of his parents, money in the bank he working capital 0IIe\ I
to attend the Grand He is a power for fallen people. day at the home of his brother, Mr. your _
;!( J Masonic lodge. Mr. H. J. Stewart, cashier of Lake L':. S. Gainey. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. ,

r J. F. Johnson, who is at present employed Butler Bank was attending business in Col. D. E. Knight, of Starke, was Mr. Wm. Walz came over from Jack- -- ---

, .J at Bryceville, spent Sunday Gainesville Tuesday. in Brooker on legal business Tuesday. sonville and is spending a few daysat ,, .
:} with his family here. Mr. Saxton is spending a few days. Messrs. H. L. Lewis, Morgan, Joe his home here.
E I t Rev. H. E. Ridenour, of Gainesville, at Daytona. Stewart and Dr. A. E. Russell left Mr. Enoch Griffis was a business fIome'
i M k
; filled his regular appointment at the Mr. J. D. Padgett went over to Pad Monday morning for Rocky creek in visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr. Beautiful :>
Baptist church here last latka J. W. Hiller, who has been
I Saturday an Wednesday on business. Lafayette county, where they will very
For little money you can make
... Sunday, preaching to large and appreciative Miss'Rosa Byrd, who has been spend spend several days fishing. spending several weeks in Lawtey at best looking: In your nelgbborhood. Thtsa your ornamental home the '_
j i I audiences. ing some time with her brother in Messrs. Porter Parker and Wade the home of his mother, Mrs. W. Walz, collections are especially selected and you may use themas
'7 => I All of the teachers of the Hampton Leesburg, has returned home. Bowles, of LaCrosse, were business returned to his home in Lorraine, 0., one group or plant them separately. .

::. 'it ,I high school attended the meeting of }Ir. Arch Proctor was a visitor to callers here_Tuesday. this week. PRIZE COLLECTION 92M. ROYAL COLLECT 13.no "i

'I the Teachers' Association at Raiford Jacksonville this week. I JUessrs. t;. L. ;nd George Crosby Two assorted palms two pretty Four flowerlrs shrubs, two "
t I last Saturday. were in Starke Tuesday and Wednes- LARGE INCREASE IN DEPOSITS. flowering shrubs of 4l1fereach of pa'ms, shade trees, } ..a i .

t''. r 1 Sheriff Epperson was here on official MILLER. day to buy live stock. (Continued From Page ) iage ent kinds plants,two two handsome good fruit taltollage trees,-fourteen pants,extra frns.s.za spec fruit- ;i
i business during the week. ( selection)-eight imens all
:\ essrs. J. M. Shaw and J. W. Pin- trees your asiorted which If
I' i Dr. W. E. Middleton and Rev. John i holster attended business in Starke has all changed and now a large per- large specimens-worth J3.2J. bought separitei: cost 'U .

t' i Mullady motored to Gainesville Wed- On last Saturday evening the mem- Monday afternoon.Dr. centage of the farmers have bank ac- THE YARD"PRIDE COLLECTION OF FLORID, 110.00.

o' I nesday. bers of Miller camp, Woodmen of the L. L. Lamb had business in the counts. Four each of palms shade tr!ri. fruit trees (yourelection
F p P. B. Hunt and J. H. Saxon motored World, and the members of Miller county site Tuesday.The This plan is much safer and more ), six flowering shrubs, three foliage t
;
,
terul-twPDt-th.e .
to Green Cove two ears beauii.
Springs Tuesday, returning plants ue
t Grove Woodmen Circle met at the W. grammar department of the convenient for the transaction of busi- In all. every one different, carefully selected! for
"" Wednesday morning. 0. W. hall for the of install- Brooker school has organized a liter- size and quality. Separately these would cost 113 50.
purpose and it has the added
advantageof
ness
j A Sunday school rally will be held
ing the officers ary society and each Friday afternoona
recently elected. In filling orders for these collections, ,
.
: at the Baptist church next Sunday keeping a supply of on handin
program is rendered the different money distinctly
r The installing officers for the Woodmen by unless you state a preference
morning. Everybody invited to come. Circle were N. H. Stokes and grades. The following will be rendered the banks for carrying on the grow- we will ship plants that we know SJ
f A systematic effort is being made to Miss Ada Clyatt. next Friday afternoon. ing volume of business. If everyone will thrive in jour locality.
E l"I I have everyone in the community identified Song, America. would Order one or more of these collec
The following officers make a practice of depositingin
were installed sketch of
with one of the Sunday schools tions. Send us property for
e of the town. for the Woodmen Circle: RecitltionIoree. Lamb. the banks there would hardly ever free planting suggestions We will enclose
Guardian, Mrs. Eula Miller. Reading-Hugh Butler Crosby. be our new catalog listing
t a lack of money for meeting the
We to the serious illness
regret report of
Recitation the largest variety ornamentals -
Adviser Mrs. Minnie Marjorie Lynn. 1 ti
I of J. G. Weaver, who is very sick Nessmith. Reading-Pitt Baxter. needs of the legitimate business of the in the South. Or sent
l 1 at this writing. Clerk, Mrs. N. H. Stokes. Recitation-Rhoda county, and in the course of time interest free on request= Ask for it.
i Banker, Mrs. J. L. Brown. Brown: yy
Vamp.ton' Attendant, Mrs. D. L. Clyatt. Quartet-Ona Rita Ward, Jennie rates would be reduced. Money Reasoner Brothers, .
Assistant attendant Mrs. Maude Crosby, Marie Lamb and Em- is just as sensitive to the law of sup-
J. S.
,I.i the teams of the Lawtey high school Brown. ma Chesser. ply and demand as any commodity. If Royal Palm Nurseries

. I at Lawtey Saturday afternoon. Sentinel, Mrs. T. A. Pinkston. Railroad spelling match-By six it is scarce it will be high. If thereis 347 Benedict Ave., Oneco, Fla. x3

,, 1, i: County Commissioner H. D. May Physicians, Drs. J. 0. Phillips and I children. a full supply the rate of interest is err
I and family, together with M. J. Green
J. E. Maines. Society paper-Bessie Cone and Ora surs to be lower.
,: and family motored to Raiford early The installing officers for the W. 0. Mae Melvm. I t
in the week and visited the State Farm W. were 0. L. Mizell and E. W. Hayes. Subject for debate: Resloved that
.f j They speak in the most complimentary The following officers were installed: friends are better than money. -

i terms of the farm buildings and man- Council Commander, J.-J\ Douglass. Affirmative, Abe Crosby, Ollie Kel- -
i agement. Mr. May made the trip in Adviser, Thos. Pinkston. J ly. Negative, Charlie Cone, Mary ---
; the interest of the public roads, com Banker J. H. Parrish. ]Douglass. '
_
,. : paring those of'our district with the Lieu, iV.! H. Stokes. Everybody invited to attend.

,; other districts. Escort, H. S. Pinkston.
I Watchman, C. M. Denison. LAWTEY.Editor THE FIFTH CARLOAD ARRIVED

i I -_ WOODLAWN PARK. lips Physicians, J. E. Maines., Seeber King, J. 0. Phil .

i Earl Peeples has gone to Fort WhitE J. T. Lewis, of the Tribune
1| Mr. J. S. Norman was transactingI to enter school there. and Justice B. D. Kelley, of Raiford i
I ,,
.Ii i I business in Campville Thursday. cattle J. L. Brown shipped a car of beef f were in Lawtey Saturday. They were fROM THE GREAT ST. LOUISOur MARKET
Mrs. E. D. Hilliard and children, o to Jacksonville Tuesday. on a pathfinding expedition from Rai-
1| the Wateroak section, visited here J. S. Brown and Foster Glover made ford to Jacksonville, via Lawtey and !
.\ : Sunday. a business trip to Lake Butler Monday Middleburg. '
afternoon.N. .
: i. I Mr. T. J. Terry was visitor to 7j
; Mr. Mabry Butler was transacting H. a
Stokes
and Eugene High I
Douglass Springs last Saturday. ?
.j business in Starke Monday.
went to Lake
Butler
Monday. Mr. W. M. Davidson I
I commission E
Mr. N. D. Davis was transactingI. We are glad to A.
report merchant
Capt. C. of New York City, is a
7 business in Starke Monday. Werts improving, after a long spell of guest this week of Mr. A. A. Smith.
. } f.t ; 0. J. Phillips in working in Lawtey sickness. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall are

: ? this week, helping move the Lawtey The many friends of the family of spending this week in different portions -

:: I Telephone Exchange.i Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas are glad of the East Coast and South a
to know that they are improving after Florida.
i i D. L. Phillips was transacting ,
,' F business in Lawtey Saturday after- suffering from an. attack of meas Mr. A. Rosenberg, who has been;run-

" 1 ; noon. les.W.. L. ning a department store in Alachua
; Douglass and D. L. Clyatt for the five
past or six months
returned -
; Elder W. S. Moore, of Knoxville made
; t j a business trip to Lake Butler to Lawtey the first
} part of this
i Tenn. preached here Saturday.J. .
i' Sunday. week and will commence business t
':': t. There was a large attendance at L. Brown had the misfortune to a larger scale in the Edwards brick on ,

.;.1 ;, i Sunday school last Sunday afternoon have his hand badly hurt while loading store building.Mr. I
< and cattle on the car at Dukes last Mon f
| : a great interest was manifested day A. M. Blanchard was a visitor
l. ". k All are invited to come out and join night.Mrs.. to: Jacksonville the first part of last
T. H. Waters was called to week. 1
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or visit us. Sunday school every Sun Lake .
, '' Butler Tuesday to be at the bedside Mr. W E. Torode
: afternoon was a business !
day at 2:30. I ; of her :
1'. sister, Mrs. J. D. i
\ Goodman visitor
to
... I Birmingham, Ala., last week. --j
Mr. J. II. Moore, of Lawtey, was who is seriously ill f
. Rev. T. B. Lawrence returned home ;
t'. transacting business here Monday. Mr. and Mrs B. E. Brown visited Tuesday from the annual conferenceof 1i
1 Elder D. W. Black left Thursday for Mr. Brown's sister, Mrs. H. T. Bennett the St. Johns river conference of 1I i I

k Jacksonville where he underwent an of Bland, Tuesday. the Methodist church, which was held !

.:!l operation for cancer of the bone and Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright, of at St. Cloud. He was returned as pas- ,

I [ face Saturday night. We hope. for a ness Starke last, was in our community on busi- tor of Grace M. E. church to the delight ,,

I t speedy recovery. I Tuesday. of his flock, and we earnestly
I Mr. Mabry Butler was a visitor to Butler Mrs.Monday.A. C. Werts visited in Lake urge the members and friends of the j jI
church to use their every effort and ji
Maxville Thursday and Wednesday. Miss Annie Rimes, of Bland, was a lend a helping hand to assist
Mr. U. D. Johns, of Brooker, was visitor at Miller last Saturday after- make this conference him to I
the
best :
year in
visiting here Thursday and Friday.Mr. noon. LS
its history for the upbuilding of the .
Lacy Green was a visitor here filled Rev. B. F. Mason, of Gainesville, kingdom in this community. Come out
Sunday evening. his appointment at Fort Call last next
,. Sunday. Sunday and hear the new preach-
" f Mr. J. M. Norman was a visitor to
E. W. Hayes made a business er.Mrs..
trip B. L. Blanchard
Lawtey Saturday. to Lake Butler was called to
Messrs. A. Green and sons, R. II., Wednesday morning. Grandin last Saturday on account of

e G. W. and Dewey, were visitors to the death of her moth m_ n_!_'_!',. .Mr...-. u u u u. ,
Joyner, which z "
.
? Raiford Saturday. LONG BRIDGE.StevensonRenfroe.. occurred on Saturday
morning at the
home of her son, Mr
H. T. Joyner.

t : LAKE BUTLER. is Mr. Arthur A. Griffis, of Plant City,

\ The home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard spending a few days at the home oJ
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Johns was the of Enoch Grif-
scene beautiful
; Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. a
: i H. Sprinkle delightfully entertaineda wedding last Sunday afternoon at 3 fis.Hugh Fryer, of Starke, was Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr.
visiting has
o'clock been
+ crowd of young folks in their beautiful when Mrs. Johns sister, Miss friends in Lawtey last Sunday and in the great St. Louis
-. home on Dekle street. Evelyn, became the wife of Capt. Monday.Mr. live stock

. s As the crowd gathered they were Stevenson, who is employed at the Earl Whitten, of Raiford, was a market selecting a carload of HORSES
It f.. ushered into the parlor which was State Farm. Mr. Brooks, of Raiford, visitor to Lawtey last Saturday. and MULES
> [ handsomely decorated for the performed the Mr. Matthew for sale
occas- impressive Bohannon and family to the
ceremony ,, people of
ion. Many contests of great interest that made them man and wife. who have been residents near here for: Bradford and
surrounding counties.
-' was the main feature of the evening, The bride the past ten or twelve years
moved
was lovely in a blue coat to< The
r'-- while the Victrola furnished beautiful Bowling Green last week. stodsthefnestyet
r music. 0 ',WiC PB suit, with accessories to 'batch. The Mr. T. D. Adams, cashier of the received by us and adapted to all
groom wore a suit of
The following were present: Misses black. conventional. Lawtey State Bank, moved his family
: Marguerite Lowrey, Sarah Rivers, here the first of the week from Water- purposes.
Winnie Townsend, Margaret Cobb, Many friends and relatives attended town. They are located in one of Mr.
s Lillie Colson, Edna Epperson, Vida the wedding who heartily congratulated Enoch Griffis' cottages jut west of the The
Dekle, Emily Russell Carter; Messrs. the couple. depot. shipment has just reached

.E Cecil Stinson, Jesse Cobb, Tom Chas- The couple left Sunday afternoon Half Your our barns in Starke. Come and '

t tain. Ray Wilson, Kinney Townsend, for the State Farm where they will Living l look them
Fritz Townsend. Irvin Delete. TVWittMcGilt side.! re Without Money CostA over. Prices will be rightHILL'S
Percy Rivers, -rii rgeF ir-
Mr. R. G.
cloth, E. C. Harper, Leeman Rivers. Merritt was a business right or wrong start in 1917 will II
.
: visitor to Lake Butler last make or break
At a late hour refreshments were Friday. most farmers In the .
; served, consisting of fruit punch and Mr. Roan Turner has been on the South. We are all facing a crisis. -- I '

j wafers. Voting thanks for Mr. and sick list for the past week with la- This war la Europe puts things in J.WSANDREWS&

J Mrs. Sprinkle and Misses Townsendand grippe, but is improving rapidly. such uncertainty that no man can SON

Lowery, all went home feeling Mr. B. F. Renfroe was a business foresee the future with any degree of 'H:
clearness. STARKE
they had spent a most enjoyable visitor
eveni to Lake Butler last Friday. The FLORIDA
sure and certain
Increase
ing.Yolande Mr. Jasper Tison was a business via cotton in
acreage .
Jones entertained several of means lower cotton
itor _
to Lake
her young friends at her home last Butler Saturday. prices next fall Cost of all food and _
Saturday evening. All had an enjoyable Misses Minnie, May and Myrtle grain products la that : .

,, time and many hoped for a repeat Yarborough and brother, John, of Rai no one can afford high.ay andgeh i co
of the occasion. ford, were the guests of their sister, to pay out With cotton.

The teachers of the high school and. Mrs. M. H. Moody, Saturday ana Sun safe Its a time above all others to play
many other teachers took in the meeting ; to produce all possible food,
of teachers at Raiford day.Supt. r grain and forage supplies DEPARTMENT
last Satur- Poppell was a visitor to the I own acres; to cut down on your
day.The Long Bridge school last Thursday. 1: A good the store bilL
piece of STOREJ
boys and girls basket ball team garden ground,
Everybody that
are expecting to play the Alachua wishes to help or rightly planted rightly tended and We buy in exchange >
Corn
teams next.Saturd y. ganize a Sunday school at the Long kept planted the year round can be Sweet Potatoes
DeWitt McGill attended the Masonic Bridge school house, please meet there made to pay half your living. It will We sell Groceries, Hardware Eggs, Chickens and other Produce.

Grand Lodge in Jacksonville this week Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.BROOKER. save ;you more money than you made Paints Crockery and Glassware

Itev. W. H. Coleman, of Ocala, passed ever on the best fire acres of cotton yon Gasoline, Feeds, Fertilizers Lime Furniture, Shoes, Hats, Oils, .
grew! ,
through our city on his way to Rai- lots and are ; We buy .
10 nl. about theeri' 1917 Seed prepared to make low prices. wf' Phoslime In solid car r
aomoneyad
J, F Bennett went over to Gainesville ght kind of weight all. good measure
in1 and honest
garden and the Yours an I
last week on business. Mr. L. R. Gainey and family ia it It put for the Square Deal
spent tells neldecro
r I). W. Kersey, of New River, about the
was Sunday with relatives in LaCrosse. well and aa 1 i '
shows : i
tranucting business in town Friday. Mr. H. R. Brown transacted you the clear road to .t
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Roberts sfour It'a Free.
were.in Starke last Friday. it today Send! NEWELL

>Ultlng_their. grandmother, Mrs S. A... Dr. J. 0. Phillips and'A. B. Shaw Atlanta. G*.-Adrt.H. Q. HASTINGS CO, i B. HULL




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