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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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,, -VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1917. NUMBER 30.

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t. TICK ERADICATION CAMPAIGN :STREETPAVING LONG STAPLE PRESIDENT WILSON PERSONALLY



': SOON TO BE STARTED IN COUNTY IS NO\VGOING\ CAN BE GROWN PRESENTS LEAGUE QUESTION 11


r ON IN EARNESTFIRST DESPITE WEEVIL I -
1. South Florida Counties Actively Senate Must
Say Whether This
GERMANS GAIN 1916 WHISKEY
; Co-Operating With Bureau Country Will Enter a World

In This Work. BRICK LAID ON WALNUT STATE ENTOMOLOGIST AD- Peace League.
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OVERRUSSIANS STREET WEDNESDAYMUCH DRESSES GA. CONVENTIONSAYS RECORD LARGEMore -

GOVERNMENT EXPERT WAS HE URGES A MONROE DOC-

HERE GATHERING DATA TEDIOUS PRELIMINARY THE SOUTHERN FARMERS
Surprise Attack Russians I' TRINE FOR ALL THE WORLD
By Than
WORK BEFORE THE PAVING MUST RAISE MORE FOOD Twenty-Five Billion

UNITED STATES BUREAU OF,ANIMAL Routs Bulgarians From Po- COULD BE STARTED. STUFFS IN THE FUTURE. Cigarettes Were ConsumedIn MESSAGE OX-TIlE SUBJECT WAS

INDUSTRY IS READY TO sitions Taken Tuesday. United States in 1916. SENT TO ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES

CO-OPERATE WITH BRADFORD The long deferred paving of the VALDOSTA, fca., Jan. 24.-E. Lee A WEEK AGO-UNITED
CATTLE GROWERS IN THIS BERLIN Jan. 24.-Victories of considerable streets began Wednesday afternoonand Worsham, Georgia state entomologist, WASHINGTON, Jan. 24-The STATES
VERY IMPORTANT WORK. proportions have been gained as there is a forfeit of $10 per day told the convention of sea island cot- tity of whiskey consumed in the quan-Unit CANNOT REMAIN IN
'j by the Germans over the Russian for the McCrary company after Feb- ton growers here today that long sta- ed States during 1916 was apparentlythe HER FORMER POSITION.
-. troops The Germans in the regionof ruary 1st, which was the time limit ple cotton could be raised in spite of greatest since 1909, according to
H. A. Taggart United States Veter- Riga drove the Russians back a for the paving contract the work will the boll weevil and those who advocatethe treasury department returns. The rev- W -
inary Inspector, was in Starke Tues mile and a half between the Tirul be pushed till conclusion.The abandonment of sea island cottonin enue on whiskey beer and cigaretteswere Wilson WASHINGTON Jan. 22-President
day and Wednesday to gather infor- swamps and the Aa river, capturing laying of the paving brick began favor of short staple were advocat- the largest on record. Althoughthe personally addressed the Sen-
mation and data preliminary to start- fifteen hundred prisoners. on Walnut street, at Madison .ing disaster. Delegates to the con- whiskey revenue was greater officials ate the today and laid before the country
ing a campaign for the eradication of Austrians captured one hundred and street, and is extending northward.The vention, which opened today, included believe the increase was due to ed States question as to whether the Unit-
the cattle tick from Bradford county. thirty-seven prisoners and an Italian work progresses as follows: First !sea island planters from Georgia, the fact that the government is col- I would enter a world peace
Mr. Taggart will be followed by other trench in the vicinity of Gorizia. Bom- the heavy granite slabs, which form I Florida and South Carolina.Mr. lecting on all whiskey, whereas frauds league and thereby abandon its policy
of
government experts who will under- bardments and trench raids continueon the curbing, are set on both sides of Worsham admitted that condi- had cut down the revenue until a few isolation and no entangling al;ian-
take to show to the cattle raisers of the other fronts. the street, very carefully, both as to tions favorable to the growing of sea [days ago. ces. He raid lasting peace in Europe
the county the great importance of line and level. The curbing afterward island cotton were more favorable to The increase in the whiskey revenue cannot be by victory of either side,
getting rid of the tick. LONDON Jan. 24.A night sur- serves as guidance for the grading.The the boll weevil than were the condi was nearly $2/000,000 more than ins that it must be followed by a concert
This work is being carried on tfy prise attack gave the Russians a vic- earth is then dug away and the tions under which short staple i 1915. The total revenue on beer and of power to assure the world lasting
the branch office of the United States tory over the Bulgarians in the fighting subgrade roughly shaped. Then comes grown. He said, however that varieties whiskey was $252,708,935. The con- peace. The United States cannot with
Bureau of Animal Industry located in i near the southern arm of the Dan- the ten-ton roller, which looks very of long staple at the Georgia ex sumption of cigarettes reached the hold participation to guarantee peace
Jacksonville with Dr. E. M. Nighbertin ube estuary near Tulteha, where the much like one of those British "tanks"on periment station near here had proved highest mark yet, more than 25,000- justice. He urged Monroe doctrine
charge. Bulgarians advanced Tuesday, with, the west front. It is run by J, J. that the weevil could be combatted. 000,000 paper wrapped cigarettes be- for all the world. The President's pub-
t. This office is there for the purpose Bessarabia presumably as their objec- Clough, who is an artist in his line "However" he said, "the day of ov ing taxed. This does not include then lic utterance was that the present war
of co-operating with the state and tive. Petrograd says the Bulgarian for as the roller has a habit of skid- erproduction in cotton in past both i ones rolled by smokers. November would be the last: great war in which
counties in eradicating the Texas fever I forces were destroyed except for three ding, and it must be run as close as long and short staple. Hereafter the and December was the heavy monthsfor the United States could be neutral. He
cattle tick. This tick is the natural hundred prisoners. Berlin admits a five or six inches from the curbing, it the Southern farmer must raise more the consumption of whiskey, while said that it coulJ no longer remain in
carrier of the micro-organism, which Bulgarian retirement in this section. is very difficult to keep it from run- foodstuffs." fifty per cent more beer was consumed a position of "half in and half out."
produces Texas fever or tick fever a ning against the curbing. The heavy W. D. Price, of the United States during the summer than in the winter. The world's affairs! were fully developed -
disease which causes greater losses in Acting on what the reporter thoughtto roller is run back and forth and criss- bureau of entomology, declared that The biggest cigarette month was Au in his address. Sharp division of
the cattle industry than any other dis be authentic information the Tele cross, and solidifies the surface sometimes the boll weevil is "the greatest econ gust and the lightest April. opinion followed. "The noblest utterance -
graph stated last week that Mr. Harold by the help of a liberal sprink- omic problem of the age and alreadyhad since the declaration of independence 1
ease.Under the direct supervision of the S. Brown had goods stored in a ling of water. caused the largest financial loss of The latest to buy cars from the Ford ," commented one senator while ,
Bureau of Animal Industry 2% coun- room at the Chaplin cottage when it The subgrade is still to rough for any insect pest in the world." Garage Starke, are: J. S. McCor- some questioned the propriety and sub ,
ties in South Florida have been freedof burned. Mr. Brown states that he ha ii the reception of the brick. Now comes mick, of Raiford, E. J. Roberts, of stance of the prnposal. i
ticks. Nine other counties rj-e ac no goods stored in the building, and Foreman Carlson who has a very keen Dr. Seeber King and Mr. A. G. Pow Lawtey, N. Sternberg, A. W. Anderson President Wilson's address was intended !
tively co-operating in this work, while the Telegraph, of course, very. cheer ell, editor of the Times, were in Starkeon one each, J. W. Andrews & Son, .to open the message to the ,
several others are falling in line and fully makes the correction. (Continued on Page 6.) a short visit Thursday afternoon. two. world which was sent to the American 1j
will soon be building vats. diplomats in the belligerent countries
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Tick eradication that last Monday. Not until he had received
means

put neighboring in a position counties to compete and sister with you statesin your are CARRANZA WILL' BE ASKED BY U.S., U. S. SOLDIERS ARE PREPARING TO he that word their from copy to make the had his diplomats been address received'abroad did J

arrange in the
producing high class stock. It also

. antine means market, removal allowing for your of a free cattle the and Federal at unrestricted 1-2 to quar-1% TO PROTECT FOREIGNERS IN MEXICO I ABANDON PUNITIVE EXPEDITION I address senate.sage necessitating There to the was Senate nothing an was answer.taken in the as mes-The affording 1

a possible means for continu
cents more pound live It
: per weight., I
ing the
, means more and better cattle more i peace movement. .1
, butter and milk increased soil fertility De Facto Government Will Be STOCK MARKET REPORT. STOCK MARKET REPORT. | For First Time Washington Fear of leak suroruaded the sending
of the
i j and a.: touch of prosperity in every Urged to Give Protection to Admits Troops Are to Be Wilson message and only President
j'" .ome in the county. JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 25.-The Hogs-Receipts heavy, market Secretary Lansing and the
;, After the dipping vats are con- Lives and Property.. Interstate Stock Yards report on the steady with slight tendency to lower Brought From Mexico men that transmitted it had been
structed it requires about six monthsto local stock markets today as follows: level of prices for inferior stock. Do aware of it. Count von Bernstorff, the
eradicate the tick forever. Goats, 2c to 3c. not expect top prices except for first German ambassador declined to com-
> Over 300,000 square miles have been CHINESE MAY BE ALLOWEDTO Sheep, 3c to 5c. class well finished hogs. CARRANZA TROOPS READYTO ment, but the German general view
j: freed of this parasite which proves ENTER UNITED STATESOFFICIALS Lambs, 5c to 7c. Cattle-Receipts fair. Market active DO THE PATROLLING was that the address will strike a responsive -
;. l, that it is possible and practical. Hogs 160 pounds and up, cornfed, and demand good for fat stock. i chord of the German people.
$8.25 to $8.50. 200 Ibs. and up, extra Fat bean fed steers of 630 pounds average I President Wilson anticipates that his
FEAR FOR SAFETY OF choice corn fed may bring $8.75@9. brought as high as $7.10, while GEN. PERSHIXG HAS PERFECTED address will provoke the indignationof

a HOUSE PROBERS FOREIGNERS WHO LIVED IN Peanut fed hogs, 160 Ibs and up, steers averaging 775 pounds and grad- PLANS FOR MOVING HEADQUARTERS the foreign newspapers.
$7.50@8. ing from good to choice brought $7.35.
t DISTRICT OCCUPIED BY U. S. AND
Light hogs, 125 to 150 Ibs, $7@7.75. Florida bean fed steers, 600 Ibs. and THE SURPLUS
. RESUME INQUIRY TROOPS AND FURNISHED THE Pigs, 65.to 120 Ibs., 650725. up, $$6.50@7.10. SUPPLIES CIVILIANS WILL BE SEVEN GERMAN I

1 SOLDIERS WITH SUPPLIES. Thin pigs and hogs, $6@6.50. Light steers, $4.75@5.5. GIVEN TIME TO LEAVE.
l Piggy sows and stags, $6@7.75.Fed Grass steers, $3.50@5.
steers. 700 Ibs. and up, choiceto Heavy bulls 5506. TORPEDO BOATS 4
J 1 OFTHT'LEAK' WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.Coincident prime, 7508. Light bulls1.25@5. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.-Troop 4I i
: with the withdrawal of Gen. Per- Good to choice, $6.75@7.35.Fair Oxen $4@6. movements preliminary to withdrawalof I
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'.1 shing's force from Mexico an urgent to good, $6@6.50. Fat cows, $5@5.50. the American expedition from Mexico SUNK BY BRITISH !
appeal probably will be sent by the Canners, $3.75@4.25. Medium cows, $4.50@5. are being carried out at the southern -
= \ PRESIDENT OF N. Y. EXCHANGEGIVESTESTIMONY- United States to Carranza to make extremity of the American line un-
every possible effort to protect for- der war department orders and as soon -
t* eigners in the district that has been i as they are complete the main body of
,. "9j,\. occupied by American troops for the DR. A. S. YORK OF LIVE OAK WAS the expedition probably will start for GERMANS LOSE NAVAL BAT- .
'f THREE IMPORTANT MATTERS TO past ten months. the north. TLE NEAR DUTCH COAST
: x Fear is felt particularly for the,safety For the first time officials admitted
BE DETERMINED FIRST BY -
/l of the many Chinese who have been HIGHLY HONORED BY MASONS today that the withdrawal of outposts BRITISH DESTROYER WAS
SUNK
a; THE COMMITTEE purveyors of supplies to the Ameri- from El Valle and other points about
I Colonia Dublan had than local IN ATTACK BY GERMAN
cans. It was said at the state depart- more a
>i NEW The "leak" ment that if the Chinese considered significance and was being 'carried out TORPEDO BOAT. -t
Jan. 24.
, YORK the i' themselves in danger and chose to FORMER BRADFORD COUNTY MAN IS MADE WORSHIPFUL on orders from Washington. They
investigation resumed by
was I' cross into the United States no objec- i made no announcement as to the probable -
house rules committee at the customs tion would be made in spite of the act MASTER OF GREAT FRATERNAL ORDER. time when the general northern LONDON, Jan. 24.-Two small naval J I
f house here today with H. G. S. Noble, excluding them. They will not be giv- movement would begin and would not engagements have been fought in

: president of the New York stock exchange en freedom but will have the right of In the election of officers the Ma- Grand treasurer, Dr. Henry Robinson. even admit that withdrawal of Per- the North Sea between the British flo- J
t.! as the first witness. Mr. Noble shing's troops, after ten months in tilla and German destroyers.
asylum so long as it appears to be dan- sonic Grand Lodge of Florida, in ses- J
)It was called, as explained by ShermanL. Mexico, was at hand. Since the effortto In the naval battle near the Dutch
gerous for them to return to :Mexico.: sion at Jacksonville last week, paid
Grand Wilbur Web-
Whipple, counsel for the committee The administration is manifestingmuch Bradford county no less than three Secretary Page, effect an agreement with General coast one German destroyer was sunk !
to detail the workings of the ex- ster. Carranza had and the remainder
fallen of
interest in the continued mobili- high compliments. Dr. A. S. York, of flat, the Admin- the fleet scattered. -
change and to aid in determining the zation of Villa forces at strategic Live Oak, a native of this county was Grand tyler, John William Capper. istration has indicated that its next In the other fight, off of Zealand,
{ "possibility under its rules of engineering points in the north and considerable elected Most Worshipful Grand Mas- Grand orator, Dr. Lincoln Hulley, of step will be known through action is i British destroyer was struck by a
1 details for large profits." speculation was aroused by a report ter, Miles A. Warren, of DeFuniak DeLand. rather than by announcement. I I German torpedo and 47 of her crew

;: In a brief opening statement Whip- today that the rebels had cut the rail- Springs, another Bradford county boy Grand standard bearer, J. R. Steele. I J
. 1*' pie made it plain that extraneous matters road south of Chihuahua. Such inter- was elected Senior Grand Steward,and Grand sword bearer, Joseph W. Make Plans to Withdraw. I la-ter ::

;t suchas a general investigation! ruption of traffic if continued will interfere W. 0. Brooks, of Providence, this Knight. El Paso, Texas, Jan. 24.-Ojo Fed-
' of the stock exchange, will have no materially, it is felt, with the county, was elected Grand Pursuivant. Senior grand steward, M. A. War- erico, eighty miles north of Colonia j I sunk seven German vessels were
I
;: place in the inquiry at nresent. movement of the de facto government Local Masons are feeling rather Dublan Chihuahua, will be the temporary = I
ren.Junior
.r ,' The investigation, according to the ;forces which are expected to garrison chesty over this fine showing for old grand steward, Frank B. field headquarters of the Amer ,
j f Plan Whipple outlined, will seek to the district now held by Pershing. Bradford and the Telegraph joins themin Duryea. ican punitive expedition during the F. T. Norman who some weeks ago -
,\ determine first of all three things: Information reached here today that hearty congratulations to those of Grand Pursuivant, W. 0. Brooks. withdrawal operations, it was learned bought the L. D. Register store on
,l ,:? 'What were the activities on the exchange diplomatic agents of both Great Britain "our boys" who have been so signally These officers were installed by Past today. North Walnut street, has taken his a
it '. during the week of December and France in Mexico had protested honored. Grand Master Marcus Endel, Past Gen. Pershing has perfected his "I I brother L. L. Norman into partnership ,
f. ; 18, when the "leak" on President Wil formally against the recent The officers elected by the Grand Grand Master Silas B. Wright acting plans for moving the headquarters and the business will hereafter .
.-' son's peace note is said to have occasioned seizure of the metallic reserve of the Lodge are as follows: as grand marshal. ,' equipment to Ojo Federico within the I,be conducted under the firm name of
I London Most worshipful grand master, Dr. Location of the State Masonic home 'I I Norman Brothers.
and the possibilities for causing National Bank and the Bank of next two days. A complete field bak
losses? Who are the brokers re- and Mexico. The American gov- A. S. York, of Live Oak. for which a number of cities in Floridaare ery was set up there two days ago, it M. H m M. __M MV M __ _B _fl_ _< _,
snonsible for the transactions during ernment made representations som Right worshipful deputy grand mas- competing, was left to a special was added, and outpost troops near I''movement' to the border: as long as pos
this period? Who made the profits? time ago but a new inquiry as to the ter, T. Picton Warlow, of Orlando. committee. The committee is to decide the communication line were being I:sible in order to give the civilian re- ,
Less than a dozen spectators werein facts probably will be made and if it Right worshipful senior grand war- on the location during the next concentrated there preparatory to the :fugees an opportunity get out of 1* |
the room, making a strange con is shown that any Americans were interested den, C. H. Ketcham, of Key West. year and make its report. Decision was general withdrawal. I i I the evacuated zone before the Villa \ii J'j
3 trast to the Washington hearings. as stockholders or as depos- Worshipful grand marshal, John L. reached, however, on the plan to be El Valle (San Buena Ventura) was'followers' could occupy it. These officers -
r itors another communication may be Hall, of Jacksonville. pursued in building the home, committee permanently abandoned as an outpost; do not belike the de facto goy ,
VACCINATION EXPERT ON THE addressed to the Carranza govern- Grand chaplain, W. B. Y. Wilkie of thinking it best to adopt the cot- of the American expedition at dawn ernment will be able to prevent this
WAY. ment.A Dunedin. tage method, which will allow the todaj when the Fifth United States movement of Villa followers.
tJ representative of a powerful bank- Worshipful senior grand deacon, S. home being added to whenever neces cavalry started northward.
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ing house in New York said here today G. Carters. sary. Fifteen thousand dollars has Twenty-five more patients from the -
,The Bank of Starke is in receipt ofa that the attitude taken by Carranza Worshipful junior grand deacon, been appropriated for the purpose. I field hospital in Mexico were entered: De Facto Troops to Patrol
'c letter from the expert of the Interstate towards these banks had removed any Benjamin E. Dyson, of St. Augustine. The committee having in charge the i today at the district base hospital at Juarez, Jan. :21..-Two thousand de '"
; he Vaccine Company saying that: remaining possibility that the de facto Worshipful grand sword bearer C. selection of a location for the home Fort Bliss. These soldiers said hundreds facto troops reached Jiminez, Chihuahua
expects to reach Starke about Feb government might be able to borrows Blount. consists of the former committee, Marcus I of trucks were plying between early today from Torreon enroute .
'' ruary 6th. lIe is making the trip fro in New York. Worshipful senior grand steward, G. Endel A. W. Gilchrist and C. H. |E1 Valle and the border .hauling sur to Chihuahua City, to police western
Ohio to Florida by automobile and is money H. Symmes. Spencer, to which has been added seven plus supplies. Chihuahua after the evacuation of the
now at Macon, Ga., where he has some Worshipful junior grand steward other prominent Masons of Flor Army officers here American
Raiford
,.,, work that will detatn him for few J. W. Nichols, of wasamong tonight predictedthat punitive expedition, an official ,
a Hall. ida.
John
days the visitors in Starke Monday. Lloyd i Gen. Pershing would delay his message from Jiminez stated.
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: : MUMTIONPLANT My RS. WILSON'S HANDKERCHIEFSOCIAL.. CHRISTIAN ASSUM,ED OFFICE OFADATST.AUGUSTINE- GERMANS 1 BRINGENGLISH Full Supply of


VESSELTO COFFINS AND CASKET

Mrs. Wilson's handkerchief social, ---
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IN LONDON CON at the pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. G. JUT ANT GENERAL All Sizes and Qualities

: M. Sistrunk on last :
Friday evening ; I
PORT
was a very enjoyable affair. I HOME Always on Hand .

; SUMED BY FIRE received Mrs. C.the A. large Futch number and Mrs.of Sistrunk guests, I General Foster Turns Over the! ANNUAL CONVENTION W. C. T. l". 1 1I I -

PRICES
and most hospitably did the honors of Office But Refuses to Con- I REASONABLE
and Wednesday
the evening. The dainty handmade At 3lacdennponTues day SHIP LOADED WITH MUNIj j -
: handkerchief cede Manner of Dismissal I : the nth district of the W. C. J. C.
SERIES OF EXPLOSIONS so graciously given by : The TIONS FOR THE ENTENTE ; CONE
M rs. Woodrow Wilson for the benefitof T. U. held its annual convention. i t.Owt.r.
'i SCATTERED DESTRUCTION St. Mark's church, fell to Mrs. J. T. ELIGIBLE I exercises were held in the Baptist I i.: Florid
CHRISTIAN IS NOT
; Quigley, as she held the lucky num- I church, which was appropriately decorated TEL'TOSS ANNOUNCE YARROW-
I HUNDREDS THINK EXPLOSIONS ber-188. The nice sum of $34.75 was UNDER THE PRESENT LAW for the occasion. The openingdevotional I
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realized, and same will be added to the exercises were held by Rev. DALE HAS BEEN SAFE PRIZE j.
CAUSED BY ZEPPELINS AND I.
i sidewalk fund for St. Mark's church. Gus A. Davis, pastor of the Methodist: '
FLEE UNDERGROUND. Much praise is due Mrs. C. A. Futch, FOSTER SAYS COMMISSION OF church. Welcome addresses were given SINCE DECEMBER FIRST. : COFFINS CASKETS

who so ably arranged this pleasant and MILITARY OFFICER CAN ONLY by Mr. Max M. Brown and Mrs. J. i And a full line of
profitable affair. BE VACATED "FOR CAUSE"WOULD L. Vining, the president of the local ':
.' 7 LONDON, Jan. 21.-London was severely The guests were entertained with union. Mrs. J. Nauright, the dis- BERLIN, Jan. 22.: -The British. ship Undertakers' Supplies

shaken last night when a chem- the following musical numbers: NOT TURN OVER PROPERTY trict president, responded for the del Yarrowdale, carrying 469 prisoners Always on hand. The beat

ical plant in which munitions were be- Duet-Misses Florence Matthews TILL CHRISTIAN SECURED egates. was brought into harbor by a prize'' vice at the lowest tei.

ing manufactured was the center of a and Cleo Mitchell. AN ORDER FROM THE GOVERNOR. The feature of the evening was an crew on December 31st, it was officially !! attention to prices.: Special

i series of explosions, scattering destruction Vocal Solo-M'ss Louise Bessent. address by Miss Neal, the state pres announced here. telegraph orders.

r ; over a considerable area of Violin and Piano Duet-Miss Anna ident, who spoke concerning the great The prisoners comprised the crews

the district in which the workers are Canoga, piano; Harry Canoga, violin. work there is for the Woman's Chris'm eight steamers captured! by a Ger- Registered Embalmer 1

, : located. Vocal Duet, "0 Beauteous Night" ST. AUGUSTINE Jan. 22.-J. B. tian Temperance Union to an auxiliary cruiser in the Atlantic.Seven i DeWITT jSuc'sr
C.
! There is no evidence that the ex Mesdames J. E. Futch and A. Z. Ad- Tallahassee Ier address was full of encouragementand of the eight vessels taken and JONES
Christian of recently f
appointed -
t ; than the result oft the future of the British merchantmen and i ii to G. C. Livingston &
plosion was other kins. Mrs. D. C. Jones, accompanist. adjutant general by Governor inspiration as to I sunk were : : Co

t a fire which was discovered in time to Instrumental Solo, "Face to Face"- Catts, accompanied by B. Lanier, temperance work. I i I Norwegian. They carried large conI ; Starke, Fla. j
f allow the majority of the workers to M r. Clifford Tatum, violin; Miss Lucile arrived here this morning for the purpose At nine-thirty Wednesday morning, [I signments of war materials and foodstuffs -
: escape. Between 30 and 40 bodies Tatum, piano.Instrumental. headquarters the convention was called to order by for the allies.
of taking charge of military
were. recovered from the ruins, and (a) Sacred March, (b) I in this city. the district president, )Irs. J. R. Nau [ "he announcement said the arrival I:' -

I about a hundred were officially reported Military March-Miss Cassie White. I They called upon General Foster at right, of Raiford, which was followed of the Yarrowdale had been kept se-I -- -

seriously injured. Duet-Miss Marie Livington, violin; ;the state arsenal, where they were by devotional exercises led by Mrs. J. cret for military reasons, but the
An adjoining flour mill in which a Miss Anna Canova, piano. 'courteously received. General Foster L. Vining. After the regular routinebusiness cent London announcements of re-I General InsuranceI

number of women were employed, wa= Vocal Duet, "0 Had I the Wings of asked the recently appointed successorif the various committees were raider's activities caused it to be

i engulfed. The government says the a Dove"-Mesdames Futch and Adkins he came to assume charge and Mr. appointed. A paper on Scientific Temperance public. represent none but FIRST

accident will not materially affect the )lrs; D. C. Jones, accompanist. Christian answered that he had. General Instruction was read by :\I.rs.G. A dispatch from Rio Janeiro Thursday CLASS companies and will be

monition supply. Duet, "Mama's Lullaby" Miss Dor- Foster agreed to turn over the de F. Scott, of Arcadia, for115S OliveRay said that a report had been received constantly ca the alert to promote

The death roll of the explosion was is Law, piano; Hollis Knight, violin. partment upon proper order from the of Starke. Reports were given that the Yarrowdale had arrived at your interests. Guarantee
between 50 and 60, according to President Wilson's picture occupieda by the delegates present of their un courteous
governor. Mr. Christian admitted that St. Vincent, Cape Verde islands, on i j treatment to all pa-
Lloyd's Weekly News. The majority prominent position in the parlor, he had no such order and General Fos ions and reports read from those not January 13th. tronj. A well written
of the dead and many of the severely while United States flags and vases of ter suggested that such an order b represented by delegates. J first-class policy by

I injured have not as yet been identi red and white roses added a charming telegraphed for. and he sent the following .I I An excellent paper on Our White a class agent in a first- '

fied.The touch of color to the rooms. telegram to Governor Catts: Ribbon was read by Mrs. W. S. Graham company sometimes means (
military and police guarded the After the music, Mrs. Futch and "St. Augustine, Jan. 22, 1917. of Raiford, in which she stressedthe per, Hamilton. much in case of loss by fire
district all day and the public was not Mrs. Sistrunk, assisted by MesdamesJ. "Hon. Sidneq'J. Catts Governor of wearing of our emblem at all District 31W. MacWilliams of
,
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allowed within a mile of the ruined I M. Alvarez, Joe Hoover, Frank Florida, Tallahassee."J. times. I St. Augustine, St. Johns. H. C. RICHARD, Stake
The of broken windows Hoover, Misses Kathleen Alvarez Ai- District 32-D. G. Roland of New-
area. area B. Christian is here and asks In the afternoon the devotional exercises -
; spread for several miles. Plate glass leen Alvarez, Gladys Prescott and that I turn over the office of adjutant were led by Mrs. Paul Kendall, berry, Alachua.

showered into the streets about St Janis Williams, served dainty refresh- general to him under your appointment of Lake Butler. l"rs. J. T. Lewis, of '-Holdover senators.

Paul's Cathedral, near the heart of ments. of him as adjutant general. I do Raiford, read an interesting paper on "Elected to fill term made vacant : ,1'L IGAvl1+i"",!+*d4218Davis

: London. not recognize him as adjutant general, The Press. A discussion on mothers' by death or otherwise. i
Buildings were destroyed and COMMEMORATION AT STARKE. first, because the authority of the meeting led by Mrs. Nauright was interesting Members of the House, 1917
pIe killed on the opposite side of the governor to remove or vacate the commission and instructive, showing how I J. R.
Thames from the scene of the explo) Alachua-Christopher Matheson and :
of officer best to make them of value to the <
Back in the a military except by
eighteen-sixty-one Southin Frank Clark Jr. both of
Gainesville.
: sion. The busy suburban borough today the mothers. Miss Neal spoke of the valueof '
law
brave process prescribed by cannot .
looks if it had been bombarded dismay Baker-C. F. Barber Macclenny.. :I &
; as be conceded and second : prize essay work when offered to Company
Began to arm for battle's strife, there assuming that Bay-A. D. Weller of St. Andrews. .
by fleet of Zeppelins, the I
: a says pressassociation. a vacancy existed, Mr. Christian i is the school children.
: And tens seemed of thousands no other way Southern; not eligible under paragraph D of Sec- Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke, read a i. Bradford-A. S. Crews of Starke, :
men and W. G. I
Seals of
Many people crowded into the un Hampton.
; out in lion six hundred and seventy-two, fine paper on Health Work in Relationto
came grand gen
derground railway station, believingan For every hamlet gave her array strengthand eral statutes, as amended for appoint the W. C. T. U., and the school children Brevard-John B. Rhodes, ofIel- : INSURANCE

aerial attack was in progress, but sons without delay. ment to such office. Upon receipt of were .dismissed that they might bourne.
: the majority of Londoners controlled an order from you relieving me fromduty hear it. Broward-W. H. Marshall of Forts f

; themselves well. The story of that awful strife is ever and directing me to turn over the The election of officers resulted a Lauderdale. Starke Florida
i In ten hospitals on Saturday 21 per new today records, funds and property pertain follows: Mrs. F. A. Scott, Starke, vice Calhoun-John D. Trammell, of .i :-: \ .

: sons died and 312 patients were receiv In and ing to the military department to Mr. president; Mrs. Moore, Lawtey, tress Blountstown.
history, legend too
,
ing treatment In addition 265 per authors song oft portray great Christian or anyone else whom you urer. The following superintendents Citrus-J. Y. Barnes. +&+i.. + *t+iWHAT

.> ; sons suffering from lighter injuries The heroism of our troops which can- may designate, I shall, of course, com of departments were elected: Mothers Clay-J. Slater Smith of Green Cove .

; were being treated. not fade away. ply."J. meetings, Mrs. G. A. Davis, Macclen Springs.

i All honor to that little band-that CLIFFORD R. FOSTER, ny; Health, Mrs. F. A. Scott, Starke Columbia-W. J. Roebuck of Lake

; THE STARKE BOY SCOUTS remnant of the gray! "Adjutant General." Flower Mission, Mrs. C. L. Hodges, City, and A. G. Withee, of Watertown.: Ask You Grocer
i Order Was Received Macclenny; Medal Contest, Mrs. A. H. Dade-John W. Watson of Miami.

; A Vigorous and Respect Winning Ort While many thousands of that host Nothing further could be accomplished Freeman, Starke; Evangelistic and DeSoto-W. C. Langford of Arcadia.
ganization. now sleep yithin the clay, in the absence of the official Prison Work, Mrs. J. L. Vining, Mac Duval-Telfair Stockton and Marion

And bowed beneath the weight of order for the transfer and General clammy; Anti-Narcotics, Mrs. Wolf, B. Jennings, both of Jacksonville.

}: years that hold eternal sway, Foster feeling assured that he wouldreceive Macclenny; Scientific Temperance Instruction Escambia-James. Johnston of CHEE IEALSCOFFEES

The Starke camp of Boy Scouts continues And many here around us yet who a prompt reply arranged for Mrs. Nauright. Raiford; Pensacola, and M. 0. Baggett of Mc-
i to flourish under the able guidance soon shall pass away. another conference early this after Sunday School Work, Mrs. Coffin L, David.

of Scoutmaster Ted H. Halligan. The thought to cheer the life of thesewe noon. Johnstown. Franklin-E. R. L. Moore of 4.
Apalachicola -
Long before the camp was established gladly should obey. After a brief delay General Foster .
; here the Telegraph urged the boys to received the
following wire from Governor MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATUREOF Gadsden-S.- H. Strum of Greens-
get up such an organization and we are To commemorate the birth of one who Catts: 1917.TALLAHASSEE boro, and Alex McPherson of R
glad that it has materialized. led them in the fray, Tallahassee, Jan. 22, 1917. Hamilton W. Quincy.
r M. Webb Pei IV' FvervTcci
of
: The boys so far number 24, ranging A remnant of those patriots met in "General J. C. R. Foster, and C. A. Jasper,
; in ages from 12 to 18 years. The tenetsof Starke the other "St. Augustine, Fla. Dec. 12.Follow Stephens of Jasper.
day I
; ; ing is a list of the members of Hernando-M. L. Dawson of Brooksville.
; the order are very much the same A portrait of dear Robert Lee was on "Please turn over all property and the
; as those of the knights of old-to be the walls military records now in Florida legislature of 1917, as shown -
display, your possession
; brave, to be true, kind-hearted, courteous Which seemed to lend enchantment to Adjutant General J. B. Chris by the official canvass of the vote of Hillsborough-George H. Wilder, of
,
and helping, and the Starke and the flight of years to stay.; tian. the general election of November 7, Plant City and Dr. A. C. Hamlin of IS
live to them. including hold-over senators Tampa.
: boys faithfully up They :
"SIDNEY J. CATTS
are clean, well-manered and goodlooking To entertain those veteran sons where "Governor., Slorida Senate, 1917. Holmes-C. R. Mathis of Bonifay.

boys of whom our city may well happy children play- Accordingly the formalities of District 1-W. A. McLeod of Milton, Jackson-Amos E. Lewis of :Marianna LAX-FO
be who thinks he transferring Santa Rosa. and Dr. E. Harris of
proud. Every boy A Graceville.
link to bind the past to those who the government I is
; can live up to the rules, should join. live the present day, progressing this afternoon property, and District 2-John B. Jones of Pen- Jefferson-B. J. Hamrick of Monti-
: The boys meet every Friday evening Seemed new sacola, Escambia. cello, and D. H. Mays, Jr., of Ash-
meet to hold within the school official will take charge of his duties. LAX-FOS( is Cascara
: at their hall, upstairs in the old court where lives Christian District 3-J. L. Moore of DeFu n- ville. an improved

:, house. There they practice such sports In future years shall so young think and of gay this- As signified in Not his telegram Recognized to Co iak Springs, Walton and Holmes. Lafayette-McQueen Chaires of Old (I tonic-lalatlie) pleasant t3 t taken

as will develop the body, and a constantly of Starke's most gallant way. ernor Catts, General Foster does not v'District 4-R. A. Willis of Green Town. [ LAX-FOS the Cascara improved If ;,

.. : growing library helps to develop D. MCDONALD, recognize Mr. Christian wood, Jackson. Lake-J. A. Hanson of Leesburg and he addition of certa'n harmless them-
as adjutant ,
: the mind. New books will be Lake Butler, Fla. general and does not concede the legality District 5-H. L. Oliver of Apalachicola L. D. Edge, of Groveland. cals which increase the efficiency cf the
; thankfully received, and those who can of his removal Franklin, Liberty and Wakulla. Lee-Francis W. Cascara, making it better than ordinary :
nor the appointment Perry of Fort : take
scara. LAX-FOS is pleasant to
do so should give books-books suiable tBARACAS Myers.
.
ENTERTAIN. of his
successor for reason clearly md does not grip nor disturb stomach.
;
for red-blooded boys, entertainingwithout set forth in General Foster's wire. "District 6-J.. L.. Sheppard of Leon-A. H. Williams of Tallahas Vdapted to children as well as adults.

being silly, and instructive BROOKER, Jan. 18.-At the beautiful It is expected that the matter will Gretna, Gadsden. see, and John A. Scruggs of Lloyds. rust try one bottle foe constipation. 50c.For .

without being tedious. home of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shrive, be further investigated as to the legality District 7-Oscar :M. Eaton of Levy-W. J. Epperson of Bronson.
A few years' as a boy scout should Lakeland, Polk.'District .
of the dismissal Liberty R.
of H.
Baraca class entertained in honor of General Foster Weaver of Bristol.
'V
; do much to develop body and mind as the Philathea class in a contest of the and the appointment of his successor. 8-A. S. Wells of Tallahassee Madison-V. E. Blanton and W. T. -.
well inculcate and those Leon.
: as enlarge It 1
best average attendance of which the may even, according to report, bea Kent, both of Lees.
; principles which make us strong: respected matter for the District 9-John N. of : Father Son
Philatheas won. courts to decide. King Inverness \lanatee-W. B. Taylor of Sarasota. I ana I
and liked during life's battlesof ] Citrus
General and Mrs. Hernando and Marion
Foster Pasco.
The home was very "beautifully and have moved -L. S. Light of Reddick and
later years.SATURDAY'S. tastefully arranged for the occasion, from their former residence adjoin 'District 10-Charles E. Davis of W. J. Crosby of Citrus. 3GO PICTURES

and those having the honor of being ing the state arsenal and are now occupying Tampa, Hillsborough and Pinellas. Monroe-Arthur Gomez and

BASKET BALL. present report a most delightful time.A their attractive home No. 53 'District 12-J. M. Gornto of Mayo, G. Sawyer, both of Key West. John 360 ARTICLES

three course lunch was served, Marine street. Taylor and Lafayette. Nassau-J. B. Stewart of Billiard

Last Saturday afternoon, on the with Prof. \. G. Hall presiding at the It is understood that W. B. Lanier, 'District<< 13-Dr. W. L. Hughlet of and D. T. Haddock, Jr., of Kings Fer EACH MONTH '
fruit salad of Jacksonville Cocoa, Dade, Broward, Palm ON ALL NEWS STANDS ;,
bowl
>rounds of the Starke high school, the airs H. L. Lewis who came to St. Augustine Beach ry. .
'." Live Oak high school girls and the serving the chocolate and Miss Laura with the newly appointed adjutant Brevard'District, and St. Lucie. Okaloosa-P. J. Franklin of Baker. r
Lewis sen-ing the cake. general, is to be assistant 14-M. L. Plympton of Orange-Seth
Gainesville Boy Scouts played againstthe to Lake Woodruff of Orlando 15 Cenfs il ;
Starke high school girls and the Rev. Overton, our pastor, was with Mr. Christian. City, Columbia. and C. A. Roberts of Winter Garden. i

Starke Boy Scouts. us and he furnished amusement whilewe ford District 15-A. D. Andrews of R ai- Osceola-N. C. Bryan of Kissimmee
Bradford. POPULARMECHANICS
Both games were close and exciting, were doing justice to the bountiful i- COX MUST WAIT. Palm Beach-Dr. H. C. Hood of W.
the score for the Live Oak girls being repast, telling of the duties of a 'District 16-J. E. Calkins of Fer- Palm Beach.
husband to his wife, and wife to her nandina, Nassau. Pasco
a E.
Starke P.
24, while Starke was 22; Boy Wilson of Dade t
husband-just vice versa to what he TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 20.-Dr. W. District 17-J. B. Johnson of Live Pinellas S. City. MAGAZINE
Scouts 17, Gainesville 13. D. Harris >
Starke's line-up for the high schoolgirls thought. H. Cox, of Brooksville, formerly of Oak, Suwannee. tersburg. of St. Pe C t

was as follows: Emma Powell, : After supper the young folks returned Dothan, Ala., and Holmes county, Fla., District 18-Ion L. Farris of Jacksonville Polk-Reid Robson of wmTTtNDYoUCANUlIDEATANDIT 1

center; Anna Canova, forward; Hazel to the parlor, where they enjoyed who has been here for three days, and Duval. A. J. Morgan of Lakeland.Lakeland, and It. All the! Crrat Events In MechanICS !
who is slated to succeed Dr. J. rDistrict '\\J Engineering and Invention throughout
music and Y. Pc
'. until late 19-George W.
games a Crawford Putnam-H.
forward Ella May of
Brown Long and S.
,
; McKenzie the World, described in interesting
are
Florence Matthews, guards. hour of the night, when they departed, ter, as state health officer, this morning Conway, Orange, Seminole and Osce o. Tilghman, both of and W. C. manner, as they occur.an JOOWW
Palatka.
the Baracas hoping their time would was advised that he must wait un la. St. I. readers each monfu ?
Boy Scouts: Francis Halligan, cen Johns-William
come next.UNDER. til June. M. DeGrove of Shill Motas toudl t...ten...eJ
ter; Pitt Tomlinson. forward; Carr 'District 20-Glenn Terrell of Webster Palm Valley, and F. a beLur..JelodOcbIGPla
The M.
state health officer is chosen by Corbett, of the thop.and hi*to uiki rp ir tt Incas
Colley, forward; Victor Kuhl and Ray Marion and Sumter. Mqultrie.
colley, guards. Raymond, 'Lehr, ref STARS AND STRIPES. the three state board of health, consisting of District 21-Dr. J. W. Turner of- I St. Lucie- J. M. S Amatear IhchlftI011 lot :j wt d=
members Swain .
appointed by the g ov- Bronson of Fort tporti tat pU* Urt*!>coartmrti'*; &fIll!
Levy. Pierce.
tow
eree. to build Go.ra motorqclei.wirtleM.iW-
V The
: On Saturday morning, prof. S. S. WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.-The Dan- :I ernor. and attorney other general's office, 'District 22-J. R. McEachern of Santa Rosa-T. J. I m uu IT is.ott iztn BULKS '
Flournoy Fenn
sh West lawyers, had been Monticello and J. T. AM rm j+J Dowling, accompanied by Gus Beas- Indies are now under United consulted to see if all the board of Jefferson. Bryant, both of Milton. ..**n..**...rrLSO 4ti.aa..ror(orwwunmu O ,..'.t.ew.ow
ley, Drayton Colley, William Thomas, States sovereignity. Secretary Lansing health members could not be removed District 23-W. M. Igou of Eustis, Seminole F. L. Woodruff of C..ie..c.'cIouaIIIooU'POPULAR Im .......t M.m. M w III...e PU-
Harold Wall and Raymond Speer,wentto and Danish Minister Brun have immediately'and three Catts Lake. ford. San- MECHANICS MACAZiMt

Jacksonville to play the boys of the exchanged treaty ratifications. The in their stead, who men commissioned 'District 24-Dr. J. N. Fogarty of Sumter N. J. Wicker ttt.ett RsII..a.taws R

Florida Military Academy. Prof. Mc American flag will be raised some time elect Cox, but friends of Cox would Key West, Monroe and Lee. Suwannee Cary A. of Coleman.

Kay of the Academy, acted as referee.At within the next ninety days, after $25- vised this morning that the were term ad-of District 25-C. C. Mathis of Vernon Oak and M. A. Best of Hardee of Live P. .tr 1l/eeli.nte.e no PM";
the conclusion of the game the 000,000 have been paid to Denmark.i office of the board of health Washington, Calhoun and Bay. Taylor-W. T. Branford. fI_ not 1.H1t lit "cl.6611l. .flare.:' ...aJMDZ.ro.
Cash ,,
.
members! of "''
Perry -.liftt" .d"
in favor of Jack DistrICt I.
score stood 12 to 11 did not expire until June and the members 26-W. S. Middleton of Volusia-David Scholz of sews
sonville. The heavy rains some time ago Pomona, Putnam. Daytona, -
could not be removed until then and H. G. Putnam of Oak
r flooded Alligator swamp and laid bare District 27 A. Hill.
M.
without cause. A Wilson of 31i Lk. Wakulla
Make your letterheads advertise part of the sewer pipe line near the named in June and new then board Cox will will be ka, DeSoto and Manatee. fordville. -Nat R. Walker of Craw- E GAR EVE'S

your business. Give them individuality septic tank. The pipe should be covered Dr. Porter. succeed "District 28-James E. Alexander Walton ; :
V V' make them distinctive, noticeablenot up before it is broken by wagonwheels of DeLand, Volusia. -A. L. Anderson of DeFuniak. Opt Ciao T st. ':f<.

commonplace. Use good stand ock and the tanks should be enclosed District 29-W. E. JACKSONViLlE.FlA. ;
Baker
have them printed by the Tele by fences, as they are a dangerto Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell Clay and Baker. of Melrose ley.Washington. A. Myers, of Chi p- Broker* l..f\ses Duplic&tad ,:

graph. man and beast. everybody. Advertise. 'District Same Day Rtctvcd!
1. 30-W. H. Green of Jas- _. &s .;
Wt Sptaaliu on RajftrdVs! -We Ply Pbstais I
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; JANUARY 26, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE
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K =NINETEEN SUICIDES AMONG BLACKS DYING IN NORTH OUR HONORED DEAD. I ITALIAN BATTLESHIP HITS MINE "j sAND

L.w:: TROOPS IN CAMP ON BORDER. I ANNUAL FIELD DAY EXERCISES OF I SINKS WITH LOSS OF 673

. ; Negro Laborers From South UnableTo Memorial services were held lately -

: Less Than Three Hundred Deaths Are Stand Cold Weather. for the following members of GraceM. Regine Margherita Carried a Crew of
Enrolled for Mexico. THE LAKE BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL E. church at Lawtey: Mr. CharlesJ. 945 Men and Officers.

I Teare, Mrs. Helen Hill, Mrs. Rachel
Unable to stand the hardships and
Stafford, Mr. Clarence McCultey, Miss
SAN ANTONIO Texas Jan. 20. cold of a Northern winter, hundredsof I Carrie E. Blanchard and Mr. Wm. H. ROME, (via Paris) Jan. 20.-It is

There have been 274 deaths during the negroes from Florida, Georgia, Alabama PROGRAM THIS YEAR MORE A NARROW ESCAPE. Parker.It officially announced that the Italian
past seven months among the more : battleship Regina Margherita strucka
than 150,000 national guardsmen and and other Southern states are ELABORATE THAN EVER is very unusual for six of the mine and sank December 11. Six

regular United States troops that were filling the hospitals of Eastern cities, I Last Friday night while Mrs. Wald- leading members of a church to be hundred and :seventy-five: men on board

stationed along the Texas border, according victims of pneumonia. Many have died MEET WILL BE HELD ON ANNIVERSARY -I rup and a lady friend were on their called from "Labor to Refreshment"and perished. Two hundred and seventywere
to the report of the chief sur- of this and other diseases and scores I way to the depot in an automobile to reward in one year. saved.in .

geon of the southern division of the of others are eager to return to their OF WASHINGTON'S catch a train, they had a narrow escape The church was well filled with sympathizing -

former BIRTHDAY-SPEECHES, MUSIC from death. Hugh Hall was driving friends and relatives Sunday the chair it
army. jobs in the South, which they W:5 ordered that fitting
Of these 108 were caused by violent. left in quest for higher wages and bet- AND CONTESTS FEATURES OF the car and it had just turned at when Rev. Lawrence, the pastor, opened resolutions bo written and sent to the

death and 166 by disease.Of ter working conditions.So the depot and was crossing the tracks the services with the use of the Bradford county paper, a copy to the
THE OCCASION. when a G. S. & F. freight train backed Easter Psalter service. The responseswere
the violent deaths 47 were shot serious has become the problemof bereaved family and one spread on the
the When Hall the danger
into car. saw strong and hearty with feelingsof
this include the men killed at Car- looking after these unfortunatesfrom minuutes of the society.
and he turned the to one
instantly car appreciation. Mrs. Turner, one of
rizal and other points in Mexico. the South that the Associated The third annual observance ofWashington's side and in the ditch and thus escaped the leading soloists of the state, was Therefore, be it resolved That in
accidental Charities in cities have the high the death of Sister Rachael Staffordwe
There were twenty-nine some organized birthday by death for those in the car. in good voice and rendered a solo that
deaths nineteen men committed sui- special divisions for caring for these school of Lake Butler in the Fe'd Days have lost a faithful member of this
Hall the accident was unavoid- was in keeping with the memorial ser
cide, ten were drowned and three died victims of the "bucket of gold at the (>rcises will be one of the most interesting says society and that we extend to the bereaved -
able and if he had not reversed into vice. The Sunday school was repre
sunstroke. end of the rainbow" legend repeatedby : and school function family our sincere cympathy
front important
the ditch when he did the freight sented by Mr. J. D. Randall, who -
Pneumonia was the cause of 44 of employment agents who scouredthe of the year in this county. For presented and with them we mourn the loss of
would have backed into the car. Bad the memoirs of Miss Carrie!
the deaths and this was the largest South for workers. Now the North three years now the school has held -- -- our faithful frienJ.
lights-or no lights at all-at the depot Blanchard and 31 r. Clarence McCulley.His .
number that died from any specific is frozen for the winter and there is its Field Day meet on the day of the was the cause of this near acci- address was full of sympathy and\ It seems to us that her place cannotbe

disease. I little or no work for the negroes. : nativity of the nation's great revolutionary dent. Some night, if lights are not breathed all through with hope and > filled and that while our loss is

The condition that prevails in New- j chieftain ana nrst president. placed there, a fearful accident will the blessings of Christian experienceand leaven's gain, we feel it keenly. She
FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS.Rev. ark, N. J., is cited as typical of the The people of the town and surrounding happen.-Lake Butler Times. the blessings of Sunday school was not only faithful to the Aid Society -
I condition in the North. Miss Helen B. country have met with each other work. but to all the work of the church.
II. G. Denison of the First
Pendleton, secretary of the charitiesof and with their children in a pleasant With the poet -AC say: ,
Presbyterian church, Starke, has sent of gation. No attempt is going to be The choir rendered an anthem, "The .... -
that place, has reported to the char- social way, observing something Heavenly Jerusalem." Mrs. Helen Hill, .
out a circular letter to the elders of ities in Atlanta, Ga.; that 75 negroesare I the work being done by their school made by the school to do anything uncommon one of the oldest members, was repre- Servant of God, well done, .,
church in Florida
the urging Presbyterian the necessity of an active move, dying in the hospital. and adding their bit to the interest or especially out of the ordi- sented by Mrs. M. E. Edwards in her Thy glorious warfare's: past,

ment for foreign missions. The let Special quarters have been assigned I which is so absolutely necessary to the nary but to present the live side of its well chosen memoirs. Mrs. A. Z. Ad- The[ battle fought, the race is won

ter is very appealing, but our limited I the negroes in Newark. They have healthy growth The of the and school state and school com nature to the people whom it serves. kins of Starke and her sister, sang avery And thou art crowned at last.
been housed in Children's Aid buildingin munity. county appropriate duet that fitted onto
space forbids publishing the whole of Each room will show within its own
that until such time reliefin officials have met with them and discussed the memoirs just preceding and moved Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding
city
it, only the last portion, which is as as walls something of the work accom-
follows: the way of transportation back to with them their problems and pl shed and every department will have the large audience to tears. O'er the spoils that death has won,

"The need of Foreign Mission work the fields of the Southland can be pro- the; great questions that interest ev- something worth while. Some of the The president of the Ladies Aid Society I We would at this solemn meeting

i b:: before us with marked emphasis; cured. Assisting the work of the char ery American man, woman and child.with I I state's best men will be present to presented the memoirs of Mr. Calmly say "Thy will be done."

and we here in Florida will have to !. ities and the special committee are del- This year they will again meet make talks of particular interest to Wm. H. Parker. She spoke of his
cover up our eyes and go out of our egations from several churches and added zeal and interest, for the schools ,' the patrons and their children, while life as an engineer, and all the time he By Thy hands the boon was given
not to see it. The church, of civic organizations. now in better working condition than the children themselves will have had "Jesus in his heart" and was not Thou has taken but Thine own; .
way for several years past. Lord of earth and God of Heaven,
things to do in the of the various afraid.
which we are a part, is engaged in a According to Miss Pendleton's letter I. way "
great big world work today. It is not more negroes came to Newark than The various distinctive features of contests which will be held for them. The choir asked the congregation to Evermore, "Thy will be done.

just a city undertaking, nor a village went to other cities of that section. the Field Day meet have been addresses There will be plenty of music to en- sing with them, "Going Home," in the Lawtey Ladies Aid Society of the

job, but it is a world wide task. Geta This, she says, is due to the work of a by various prominent educators, liven the occasion, both inside the Methodist Hymnal. Rev. Thomas Stark Grace M. E. church.
others interested in the community house and the grounds.One read the memoirs of Mrs. Rachel Staf-
geographical globe from the school white man employed by a fertilizer I. on MRS. M. E. RANDALL,
room and look at it and ponder over company, offering unheard of amounts welfare and by the teachers of the I feature of the day will be the ford, who had been 27 years a Sunday MRS. C. A. LAWRENCE,

it, then read our Saviour's message as wages, in his work. Miss Pendleton school; exhibitions of the class room contests in declamation and music school teacher in the Grace M. E. Committee.
anew, "Go ye into all the world and bases her statement on the stories told work shown in the rooms, parade of which will be held in the afternoonand i i church and a devoted Christian for fifty

preach the gospel to every creature.! her by the families which apply to her the pupils of the school, music by evening depending largely upon'I years. She has influenced and im- JOHN WHITE & CO.
band and orchestra, athletic the number of contestants. A
gold
with'me for games pressed her Christian character and
Then you will surely say, organization help.
and dinner has always medal will be offered to each LOUISVILLE,KY.
"Our churches in Florida must step in sports a picnic a boy personality upon nearly every young
line and help." GOVERNMENT WILL ISSUE ANEW been served on the grounds, each fam- and girl of the high school adjudgedthe person in the community.. CharlesJ. Liberal ortimnt
ily represented bringing well filled most perfect in declamation, and full: valiw paidr.FURS
"Also the children of today must be STYLE IN GREENBACKS a Teare was represented in a fitting
baskets of food which have been medal will be offered, to each boy and
trained in our families and in our Sabbath open- a memorial address by his teacher, Mrs :
ed in common and enjoyed in common girl taken from either seventh or the M. E. Randall. Her memorial of her
schools to be the world workersof i
Washington, Jan. 20.-A new issueof by those present. eighth grade, and a medal will be of- scholar was interesting and touching, : H..... and
tomorrow. If you have an interestin one and two dollar greenbacks of The program will this year be very fered to either boy or girl of fourteen as she remembered many 01 his class Coat SUaa
this world work for Jesus Christ,
civil war days, discontinued more than much on the same order as formerly years of age or under who is adjudgedthe sayings. He was'a patient, uncom-
let me urge you to see that the children thirty years ago, will be put into circulation except that it will be somewhat more best pianist.. The judges for these plaining sufferer until he was called Inactivity Causes Constipation. \
of your particular church are so probably about February 1. elaborate than before. The faculty is contests will be chosen from disinter- above. Lack of exercise in the winter is a

instructed that they will be in the They will displace United States notesof making an unusual effort to interest ested persons, so that none may be The sermon in the evening to a frequent cause of constipation.: You i
Apostolic Succession of Kingdom larger denomination to provide relief the whole county in her work of edu- afraid to enter. It is especially urged the above subject feel heavy dull and listless, your com ;
large congregation
Workers for tomorrow. Talk about it. from the demandfor on plexion is sallow and pimply, and en-
unprecedented cating her children, especially along that those intending to contest in either listened to with interest. !
was deep
Pray for it. Give to it. To help you small paper money. The treasury the lines of civic and industrial im of these events will send in their ergy at low ebb. Clean up this condi- r
in the offering, which you will surely department announced that the issue provement.. Every person in the en- names and the name of the contest tion at once with Or. King's New Life !

make. I enclose a remittance blank had been decided on because silver tire county'whether directly interested which they wish to enter, so that they Resolutions.The Pills, a mild laxative that relieves the l

which gives full information in the certificates, the ordinary bills, of one or not, is invited and urged to be may be prepared for in advance. These Lawtey Ladies Aid Society of: congested intestines without griping.A r I

n.atter." and two dollar denomination, could present. Every school, whether largeor names and addresses may be sent to the Grace Methodist Episcopal church dose before retiring will assure youa I

not be issued under the law in suffi- small, is urged to send its whole supervising principal, S. A. Draper, of being assembled and properly opened full and easy movement in the morn l

Trespass cards. for sale at this office. cient quantities to meet the demand. attendance as a representative. dele- Lake Butler. I with the president, Mrs. J. H. Moore, ing. 25c at your druggist (2) I

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there no witnesses of the ) '
were
x 'i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. accident way, his clothing became caughtin Cold Sores and .

ISiP the belt and he was drawn to and World's Ranking Naval Officer Was

Y around the shaft. When found in an Paid Final Tribute.

t 4 Live State News : unconscious condition every piece of Fever Blisters andCouncil ];
of one
clothing with the exception WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-Admiral

.....---- .......-J shoe had been ripped off. His entire George Dewey, hero of the battle of are only outward manifestations of the
I Told: Our left side was terribly bruised from his and the world's ranking of the surface
r l by Exchanges. J his foot and his hip was badly Manilla bay, at Ar- inflammation mucous

I ,J lacerated. On investigationit naval officer, was buried today with solemn that lines the lungs, the stomach and ,
---- lington national cemetery the digestive tract, but they give '
WAS found that his right ankle was the nation's final all
DeLAND.-Carl Brokaw has been ment of receiver for the Internal ceremonies reflecting how membrane
t II a broken. Dr. Davis was summoned and you evidence of sore a 'Jl ,
worried salamanders at his place! Improvement Fund of the State of tribute.
by
of inflammation
did his best to put the sufferer at ease held, the first may become as a result r. .
west of the city and set a trap for the: Florida and looking toward injunc- Two services were
bones and bandaging of the blood
I setting the broken home and the which is stagnation ,
the ceremony
pesky varmints. He caught a : tions to prevent the Internal private
pure Improvement the wounds. At the present timeit service in the called acute catarrh.If .
white one, with pink eyes, an albino. Board from further operation. to state how serious second an impressive rightfully
This is quite a curiosity and a peculiarity The Internal Improvement Board the is internal impossible injuries are.INTERESTING i rotunda of the capitol, where the pres- you suffer from such conditions don't let them become

: being one of the first ever seen trustee of the fund which is the object the ident, supreme court, capinet members, chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh.

or caught in this neighborhood. of this suit, is composed of the Governor senators, members of the house, diplomatic -
RELIC. and other prominent Clear it With
Attorney General, Treasurer, corps Up PERUNA1When
Er Comptroller and Commissioner of Ag- officials and civilians went to honor the is cleared all
t ST, PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg your system .ts putsensthc membranes
sooth *
.. people are now provided with a modern riculture. Mr. J. W. Morgan: showed the Telegraph dead commander. lined and healed the cold gone and your digestion rcstoied. you will enjoy)lie> fed*

up-to-the-minute market, which is i reporter an application for a Afterwards through streets equal to all its tasks, and be at peace with the voiIJ. Let Peruaadoforvniwhat

; t attracting great attention from visi BUX ELL.-The board in chargeof money order, dated August 15, 1681, with thousands the notable company it did for this sufferer:

: :' tors from all parts of the country, who the big drainage operations about his mother, Mrs. A. Morgan: being followed the casket to Arlington. By
of Starke at the time. the request of the dead admiral An- Mrs. L A. Patterson, 238 Utah Avenue, Memphis. Tenn.
declare it to be the most inviting, best- to be carried out at this place affectingsome the postmistress says:
arranged and best conducted estab- 55,000 acres, has appointed Peter The blank is aUxS inches, and is well napolis midshipmen acted as an honor "I have been a friend of Peruna for many year 1 hav used it off and on foeeataM j
escort. complaints and found it a very excellent remedy. I luve a small fumlyof. childM
lishment of its kind they have found, I Kendrick of St. Augustine, as chief surJPlied' with rules for the guidance are hard with us.but I can scarcely afford to do witlmut reruns especially OKIM!!meI*
i North or South. engineer in charge. Engineer Ken- of both postmaster and applicant. Fifty season of the year when couflbs and colds are use slept. t\e always reccommend: K a
,for the benefit it has been to rtnm
for A MIGHTY COMET COMING. to our neighbors
the highest sum one
dollars was
drick has made preparations to start
n'p
You needn't suffer longer with such a remedy at hand.
'uR work on :Monday on the preliminary order, but a higher sum could be applied -
AUGUSTINE. : II. West
ST. ,
Myron
into, ......
for by dividing the sum
Unless
and something unexpected occurs
the "city beautiful" architect, who surveys operations will be pushed -
planned Lincoln Park, Chicago, and just as rapidly as possible. In due items of not more than $50 each there the world will witness next Spring a 41r 'nlI-nQ '

similar work in other large cities of course bids will be asked for the actual being spaces for three items on the ap great heavenly phenomenon-a mighty You Pcrnna can be obtained in tablet form.
plication. This application had been 101"'.au:.. can carry it with you and taken '
ofter
forth
'z the country, is now in St. Augustine digging of the drainage canals, comet blazing night night CUWUaOIl..ta tematicaUy and regularly for If"
and it will not be long before filled out by Alvarez & Gaskins (J. G. with its tail sweeping an immense arc PmtCTioits a remedy .' looking over the city and its needs a large I -..- -.-_ .:_ I as neededfor a pre entie. Cehbozto4a I'
Z '. I preparatory to drafting,the city beau- number of men will be employed in Alvarez and Dr. J. L.. Gaskins, bothlong through the heavens, a source of terror :-::::::,;::::z---::" ,. I

: '. tiful plans.. The contract for his work i this very important development work. since dead) and was for $130, to the superstitious and of intense ....lIfr ;;;c'i--,,. The Penuu i
: vrta3oRa, ti' y0 Company, Colombia
payable to Baker & Clark, New York. interest to all. Pr+ ,Okb I
was awarded to him several weeks -
: ,j PENSACOLA. Fire Item No. 4 was for $50, No. 5 for $50 "Comet B, 1916" is the name of the
f ; ago. alleged to and No. Cfor $30. The charge for this
It is called because it
have been of incendiary origin, prac- stranger. so :::...-.:- -=- __ I'
order Co cents. -
was was the second comet discovered during --
tically destroyed public school building '
CLEARWATER. sale is i
reported i in
At that time there was no bank
the 191(. Professor Wolf,
No. 1, a large three frame year
story
of $2,000,000 in bonds for the
Starke and considerable sums were
building, situated on North hill. Two of Koenigstuhl, detected the rushinbOll"s
HillsborougNPmellas Interurban rail- sent off for goods by the business men faint rnlour !
photograph
picture on
a
men, Firemen Sennott and Roach ,
St. and were
to connect Petersburg
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way by means of orders. The high
money plate last April and proceeded to telegraph I
injured when of the walls
) is that will one collapsed. -
Tampa. It funds
expected charges for the money orders must
1. the news to the observatories allover
Sennott's leg broken and
be available within short time and was
a have made the of
postoffice a source
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the world with
Roach suffered injuries about his great joy. Fertilizers
I that construction will then be begun body. profit to the government.lUll" 1
= : immediately. The proposed line is to This was the fourth attempt in as The statement that the new comet
mony weeks to destroy the school will be a monster rests principally on
; ; be CO miles in length and in operation ;.\ AVIATORS HAD) TERRIFIC \
within 12 months. building, all of the previous fires being the fact that it was discovered when ,
of peculiar origin. Fully five thou- TIME IN SONORA DESERT. fully 400,000,000 miles from the earth, Please remember that the Armour line of fertilizers is I

sand persons watched the firemen fight just within the orbit of the great planet COMPLETE. We manufacture fertilizer of EVERY kind for I l

r: ; BARTOW.-Eugene Gibson, a little the flames for three hours.TALLAHASSEE. WELLTOX, Ariz., Jan. 20.-The Jupiter. EVERY crop and soil.! We manufacture or handle EVERY !

Q '. fellow about ten years old, shot and residents of Wellton are watching to- All comets increase greatly in size fertilizer; material having recognized *:ilue to the grower. I

f : i instantly killed his brother, Clayton, day for the return of the army ambu and brilliancy as they approach the
,, at Eagle Lake, last Saturday, when he .-Several letters ]lance which crossed the border last sun. If such proves to be the case this Armour Animal Fertilizers !

i J pointed a loaded gun at him in play the and telegrams criticising the action of 1 night to bring back Lt. Col.! Harry G. time, "Comet B, 1916" should make a The Armour Fertilizer Works is justly recognized headquarters i
in the
governor of
j and pulled the trigger. The full charge successor for General appointment Foster have a Bishop, army aviator, who was left great impression.From for finest grades of st amed bone flour, raw bone :
been
entered the abdomen of his brother and received Thursday on the Sonora desert whilea now on until May, conditionswill meal dried blood, blood and bone tankage, &c., and our animal '
_: he died in a few minutes. The father and commenting on them fertilizers based these material
Governor rescue party brought Lt. W. A. Robertson become increasingly favorable forobservation. on are standard crop-makers ;
of the boys was in Virginia at the time Catts declared: "There" is L his fellow officer on the illfated In a few months the com- I throughout the country. Our special l Florida formulas, developed

and arrived the night after, and the nothing like a good old scrap. The airplane flight, to Wellton. et should l he visible to the naked eye during: nearly 30 years experience and study of Florida

funeral was held this morning at ten following wire was received by the Bishop's weakened condition, due to in parts of the earth suitably situated. crops and conditions, can be counted on to get ALL the profit !
The older brother about governor from J. W. Alsobrook, M. D., for that fertilizer
o'clock. was you can.
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Plant exposure and the fact that he had gone At present the comet is approaching

fourteen years old.GAINESVILLE.. nation City as 1st: "Please Lieutenant accept Medical: my resig-Reserve four days without food, before he was the earth at a rate of more than a million Armour Chemical or Mineral FertilizersFor I
i found by the after his miles I
Y Corps, National Guard of Flor- rescuers tramp a day-but not in a direct
J I Representativesof ida.. Your appointment of Christian of almost 200 miles from a point on line. It is now situated in the sky nearly 40 years we have offered purely mineral or I

.... ; the four banks of this city held a intolerable." Governor Catts repliedby the Gulf of California, where the avia- just north of the constellation Libra chemical fertilizers. We get the world's finest materials for

meeting Monday afternoon and the tors landed, was a source of appre and about 15 degrees northwest of the 'these brands by buying huge quantities direct from'producersat
; appropriated same messenger boy that it was
most favorable times. We KNOW
will used in hension here.Robertson upper end of the Scorpion. These our materials are best "
which be
"with
; $400 great pleasure" that he con-
acceptedDr.
quality, for each lot when it
reaches our factories is
,
: j'I the purchase of thoroughbred pigs, Alsobrook's resignation.GAINESVILLE.This who arrived here with a stellation are near the sun, appearing analyzed rigidly
by our own especially raised: chemists.
; These
j searching from Wellton which in the hours ma'terials
party early
i which will be sold to Corn and Pig just preceding sun- are then double cured, scre"ed
} ground and blended
Club boys at actual cost, the purchasers found him on the desert 30 miles southof rise.On into crop-making formulas developed during! our long experi- t

being given 18 months in which to city now enjoys here, is on the way to San Diego, January 1 the comet was still ence and study. Potash up to 5% if desired. Full i
the distinction of having 100 Cal.! from which city he and Bishop more than description 1,
f pay for the pigs. This will give the a i 300,000,000 miles away. Its is in our catalog booklet !
+ per cent perfect hotel, this having began Jan. 10 their flight to Calexicoand perihelion
i r boys time to raise a litter of pigs and score passage or nearest approach
; payoff the debt with money from sales been awarded the White House by were caught in a stiff north wind to the sun, is due next June. The pathof Armour Blood and Bone TankageIs

j, I of the first litter. Inspector J. D. Ferrell, of the Florida that carried them several hundred the comet has not yet been accurately -
r. Hotel Commission. In presenting miles out of their course and onto the plotted, but dozens of the original article, familiar to every Florida grower for
r.I astrono- nearly 30 years as "blood and bone." More than 100,000 tons
Manager S.
l 0. Chadwick with his Sonora desert.It .
mers
certificate are working on it with
i TALLAHASSEE. state print- of this inspection Mr. Ferrell was Robertson's good fortune i in tables and extensive mathematical complex cal- of Armour Florida Blood and Bone Tankage have actually been used
by
: "t ery has just published Bulletin No. said that during his experience as inspector 'overtaking a searching party that ha l I culations. growers.

e ; I 3, Road and Bridge Laws of Florida, extending over a period of been.delayed. by trouble with their automobile Armour Fertilizer Materials These are l lllfe .

compiled for the state road depart- more than a year, this is the first time that culminated in the res NOT A WILLING WORKER. gibed loom htt tlrmourStock

:, \ ment by Attorney General T. F. West. he has had the pleasure of giving a cue of both men before they perished I & Feeds catalog booklet ,
Poultry
The booklet, which is very attractive score of 100 per cent, thereby placing from exposure and hunger. Bishop I Get you espy traSpraying

typographically, is a most valuable the White House among the very few finally had to give up the attempt to, Robert Leonard, a colored man who Materials from OBI aeartst
Etc.
: ':' work, as itcontains a complete index hotels in this state that meet every requirement walk! back to civilization last Wednes had been convicted in mayor's court agent; or write u.drmour .

of all the general and special road and I of the law.JACKSONVILLE.It. day and urged Robertson, the latter for selling booze, was put on the

: bridge laws of Florida, and is provided I said to go on and send back aid if he streets by Marshal Kite to work out Ferttltzers
I with side notes for the convenience of his fine. But ditching .
could. Robertson found the was not to Bob's Enrich the Soil-Increase
searching the Yield ;
fef, : the busy man. These booklets can be is thought he taste and he took French leave. Mr.
almost
party zs
exhausted.
probable was He Hasten
by authorities here Maturity-Improve the
that M. Kite Quality
had by applying to the State Road De- M. Julefs, the whose directed them to the mountain pass waxed very wroth over this as
man dead
partment at Tallahassee. body the ditch was one of the !
vbcro had doughty officer's
Bishop lain for -
24 hours.
was found in house the
a on Fernan-
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His pet drainage schemes, and he
dina road six clothing was drenched by the rains set Armour
I miles north of the city about to locate the Fertilizer Works
truant.
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.. Vidano, Monday evening, may have been mur- which continued for the greater part
'' Saturday
a prominent cattleman from south- dered. Officers investigating the case of the nine days the two men were the afternoon he got word that

western Colorado, was here Monday, say that the gun found beside the body lost. took negro the was in Jacksonville, and he Jacksonville Fla.

with Harold Mowry, of Santa Rosa, may not have been owned by Julefs. The airplane, which tipped and brokea Officer Jordan limited for the metropolis. ,

closing a deal by which :Mr. Vidano be- Deputies J. McCloud: and Fred Lord propeller when the men landed on helped him locate the

comes the owner of an extensive tract found a gun in the closet of the room the gulf coast was abandoned. Robertson negro the, who began to sprint when he Make your letterheads advertise To Cure a Cold In One DayTaker.AXATITEBRO51OQuiaine.Itatop'thr J

.-. of land on the Santa Rosa penincula, of the dead man which has been iden- said it could be recovered. down saw officers. But he was son run l I I|your business. Give them individuality i
and
on which he will establish a ranch for tified as his. No one has identified at midnight was in Starke: make them distinctive, noticeable Cough and Headache and works oB the Cow. '
.
the again. He 'i Druggist refund il it fails to car* ;
r the breeding of good cattle. lIe is cheap single-barreled shotgun found LIFT YOUR CORNS the now studies drainage under ,-not commonplace. Use good stock E.. W GKOVg signature money oa each bolo afe
watchful and have :
much impressed with the natural advantages beside the eyes of Chief Kite. them printed by the Tele-
gruesome body. The authorities I Read the Bradford County Telegraph
f OFF graph.
of this section for cattle rais- are trying to get in touch WITH FINGERS ) the home t
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'.: i ing and will begin operations at soon : with relatives of Julefs, who are believed paper. _
: : as the ticks have been eradicated from to live in Detroit and Norfolk. Tells How to
] .: the peninsula. I Loosen a Tender rr

Corn I
\II.UII.-The Curtiss or Callus so it Lifts
training sta- I
:1; BAG DAD.-Extensive preparations tion for the
United States army avia- Out Without Pain.
;1 are being made by the Bagdad Land tion reserve corps students is now in AnnouncementThe

' & Lumber Company to plant a large full operation. On account of the -

; acreage in fruits and nuts near Mun-: crowded condition of the school on the You reckless men and women who

son this season. This is possibly in beach Mr.: Curtiss has leased are pestered with corns and who have I
the richest section of Santa twenty at least once a week invited
; Rosa coun- acres of Para grass meadow from the an awful
t ty, and the work is being carrien on in Bright brothers, located on the edgeof death from lockjaw or blood poisonare

.. o a scientific manner that practicallyassures the Everglades, about now told by a Cincinnati authority .
seven miles
f its success. Among the many northwest of this city. Mr. Curtiss, in to use a drug called freezone, which
.' varieties of fruit that the moment a few drops Cash
they will put speaking of this new acquisition, said are applied Department
{ out be mentioned in tj any corn or callus the Store
may
a large nUm- that "it is an ideal spot and the conditions soreness is
ber of Satsumas, pecans, peaches, are right. The meadow has relieved and soon the entire corn or will

l grapefruits and smaller amounts of a cently been mowed and it has a heavy re- fingers.callus, root and all, lifts off with the open at our new home in

number of other varieties by way of solid sod over it,
it
2 making ideal in
the .
1'reezone
dries
experiments. every way for the work of the school. the moment it is applied Edwards building
,
and
simply shrivels next.
the
The surrounding country is flat, insur- callus corn or ,

T.UIPA.-With arms locked together ing steady currents of air. without the inflaming or even irritating to the Post Office I

the dead bodies of Mr. and Mrs.: A small bottle surrounding tissue or skin. with a
of freezone
H. Mackey, both about sixty years GAINESVILLE the meeting of very little at of the will cost full line
old, of Marion, Ind., were found l lying the Alachua County Hospital Associa- but will positively any rid one's drug feet stores, of New and Up-to- I
their bed in of
across their i
at 601 tion
room 1 it decided
was to hard
the every
open hospital or soft
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; corn or hardened
Madison street, at 6 o'clock Date
last night, at 700 Park Place, which has been callus. If your druggist hasn't Merchandise
with a burner on a gas stove in an adjoining leased by the association, and it will freezone he can get it at any on or
room turned on full. That be of interest any wholesale -

j I'' death was accidental was evident. No Know,._ hu .tnat, mis.. .to .hOspItal the general,. .Has public all the to drug house for you. ((60)) about

I notes or signs were left by the elderly modern equipment of any institutionof Sloan's Liniment for Stiff ;
Joints.
i couple to indicate that it was a suicide its kind, and patients will receive t

i pact., All who had l known them since the very best treatment. Mrs. Mary Rheumatic pains and aches get into February 15
1917
t their arrival in Tampa say they seemed Spencer, a trained nurse of experience, the joints and muscles, making every ,
i t' perfectly happy and content and devoted is movement torture.
in charge, and the hospital associa- Relieve your suf- I
; to one another. tion has appointed the following ladies fering with Sloan's Liniment; it pen-

who will have etrates quickly !
general supervisionof without rubbing, and
a i). TALLAHASSEE.-Seeki'ng the recovery the institution: Mesdames: H. H. soothes and warms your sore'muscles..

\. of more than 2,000,000 acres of McCreary, E. W. Berger Fred Cub- The congested blood is stimulated to Cash Department

,- : state lands and nearly $2,000,000 of berly, J. H. Parrish and T. F. Thomas. action; a single application will drivr StoreSam

I trust funds alleged to have been misappropriated out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is

t' f and illegally directed DeLAND.-Thursday morning Mr. clean, convenient and quickly effective
; from the use to which they were exclusively Barr, of the Rosenberg
9 one engineers for the Bond it does not stain the skin clog\ Proprietor
dedicated, suit was filed in Lumber Company at their large the or ,
saw pores. Get botle
United States district court by attorneys mill at Lake Helen, was a today at your j
terribly injured. druggist
r' representing former Congressman Mr. Barr was beneath some of the 25c. ((2)) Starke Floridaf" '

J. B. Showhalter, of Pittsburg, machinery in the mill with a shaft directly Tell it to the :

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FRIDAY, JANUARY- 26, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE


SPLENDID STOCK FARM pair have nearly disappeared. In the to help you.Request .

J *J NEAR GREEN COVE SPRINGS second pair they are about twothirdsgone. also that the seed be treated PART OF GUARD

L 1 (Continued From Page 8.) with corrosive sublimate or do that

I fi :'jto make of it the finest stock farm in Seven years-The cups from the sec yourself. See that every tuber is perfectly -
r
t 4<.1 *? the world. His purpose is to remove ond pair are now gone. There is a smooth and free from any discoloration ON BORDER DUTY Corn Peanuts Hay
all of the stumps from the entire tract notch in the upper corner tooth whereit and true to the variety t a ,
and drain such parts of it that need overlaps the lower one. name.

drainage. On the river front at Red Eight years-The cups having all By using the best and treated seed, And Other Field
Bay Point, which is a beautiful loca- worn out of the lower nippers, we now the potato grower can save himself a ORDERED HOMEFLORIDA Crops

tion, he expects to build a series of look at the upper jaw. Although cups great deal of trouble and money. He ( i' '

bungalows and through the tract he is remain in the center jaw, they are not need not be troubled with most of the t y i} I Is
going to put hard roads of a material previously mentioned diseases because Florida has proved her worth for

that will be permanent. It was Mr. deep.Nine years-The .cups>* in the center they can be readily prevented if proper TROOPS WILL REMAIN /& diversified farming. It rests now 1

Dollings' original intention to put a.. pair of nippers on the upper jaw have attention is given to the seed. ON DUTY AT BORDER "z. "*
thousand acres of the tract in cultiva- disappeared. They are still present in with the growers to cany the good

tion this year, but he will not have. the other two pairs, being fairly deepin GASPARILLA CARNIVAL. 200 LBS. work on to profitable success.
more than probably six hundred acres the corner one's. NO NEWS AS TO WHEN THEY
-
ready when planting time comes. Ten years-The cups are worn out TAMPA, Jan. 18.-American, Spanish WILL BE RELIEVED-23,000 EALI Don't fail to plant cover crops, plow 4RTIUZE

As soon as the fences are all built of the second pair on the upper jaw, Cuban and Italian residents of cos- MEN MUSTERED OUT. deep and cultivate thoroughly; but for

he with proposes cattle and to begin hogs and to stock his first the tract ship- corner although pair.they are still present in the mopolitan Tampa are completing arrangements MFD.BY the greatest profit also use: Ideal Fertilizers t

ment will be one thousand Heresford Older horses-At 11 years all of the annual for presenting carnival their which eleventh WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. More IISON&TOOMERT1UTERC on all your crops. f
These Garparilla thin: 25,000 National Guardsmen now
beifers. will be under the
care forn out the incisors
of
cups are usually -
of one of the most efficient stock experts and it becomes to use draws inspiration from the ravages ofDon on the Mexican border have been designated We have formulas to meet every

in the United States. There will some other indication.necessary Estimation of Jose Gasparilla, the Spanish pirate by :Major General Funston for r1SOVtLIEi need. Write to us for prices.
also be a highly paid farm expert in on the Gulf coast of Florida more return home and muster out of the
be based the
now
age may upon an-
of the farm than a'century ago, and the dates of Federal service under the order issued
charge operations and a
gle at which the teeth meet, their
laboratory in charge of a competent change in size and shape. As the horse which are February 2 to 10. In past yesterday by the war department.All ) = Wilson & loonier .
chemist will be maintained on the farmto gets older, the teeth meet more and years this carnival has given the most these organizations will be started -
analyze the soils and unique mid-winter festivals in this homeward as soon as transportation
what is
see
more at an acute angle that is, the
needed to make them produce the par jaws become more oblique.; As the country, and many notables of the facilities can be provided. Their departure Fertilizer Company
United States, Europe and the West will leave between and -
ticular crop it is desired to plant on teeth wear down, the shape of the 45,000 ; ; .
them. Indies have been entertained by its 50,000 men of the guard still in the
worn ends changes from oval to more -, : ::
Mr. Dollings is one of the shrewdestand nearly round and, finally, in a'n aged pageants and brilliant functions in its federal service doing border patrol. r :;Tha+ :. Manufacturer Heal Fertilizers,
tourist hotels and American and foreign The guardsmen designated for Dealers in Fertilizer Materials
most far-seeing business men in horse, to nearly a triangular form. return ,
the country and he has seen tremen- Sometimes cups are cut or burned in clubs. The next carnival promises and muster out include: A r i Spray Machines and Insecticides.
dous possibilities in the stock raising the teeth of old horses to make their to be the most brilliant of the series Louisiana: First Battalion Feld M '

business in.Clay county, and he is mouths resemble those of younger ani- and in honor of the event the railroad -' Hospital No. 1. r _r ; Jacksonville,.Florida

backing his faith with his money. That mals. This practice, known as "Bish- .; and steamship lines offer special South Carolina: Troop A. Cavalry,

he will carry out his plans there is no oping," may be detected if the shape of I races- from points east of the Missis- Company A Engineers, field hospital ,

doubt, and in doing so he will show the tooth and the absence of the ring I 'ppi and some points west. company. F

the rest of the state what can be donein of enamel which surrounds the natural Gasparilla and lis crew, after deserting Tennessee: Ambulance company No. ._n ____A E

the way of raising stock on a busi- cup are noted. After a horse is 12 the band of Jean Lefiitte, erected 1, field hospital No. 1.

ness basis.COLONEL. years old its condition is more important a stronghold on Gasparilla isle, the Arkansas: First infantry.
than its age in determining val- ruins of which are still in view. Thisis Kentucky: Second infantry. i
ROGERS VISITS THE ues. the site of the present day thriving North Carolina: First infantry.

STATE PRISON FARM port of Boca Grande, and from it Gas- "Mum" About Pershing

.' (Continued on Page 5.) IRISH POTATO SEED. parilla derives its name. 'In the neighborhood War Department officials continuedto Get your strawberry I i

power to run the sawmill, the cotton Mrs. Potter Palmer of Chicago withold comment on repotrs indicating i

gins, the laundry and cold storage internationally famous society and that the movement of General Per- I
plant, when the latter two are complete No money is better invested on the business woman, is engaged in pro- shing's regulars out of Mexico is underway -

,. farm nor time better spent than in pro- moting the most extensive real estate and the statement announcing tickets j IIII

The farm now has on hand from the curing the best seed obtainable. No development project in Florida. On the guardsmen designated for relief

1910 crops about 3000 bushels of sweet one expects to get a good healthy calf nearby shores the pirates are reputedto does! not connect these orders with the e

potatoes, 500 bushels of Irish potatoes, from a sick scrub cow; the same is : have buried millions in Spanish and I withdrawal plans in any way. The understanding -

about 7,000 bushels of corn, several generally true of any progeny, plants other coins before being captured and has been, however, that, II IIjl
tons of hay, baled oats and many tons included, because the principle of inheritance hanged by the crew of an American I with the return of the expedition in

of ensilage and over 600 barrels of sy works alike through the en- man-of-war, and fortunes have been :I Mexico and readjustment of the border
tire world.In patrol all of the state
living troops gradually
lost in futile
efforts to recover the lost ;
: rup.The prison cells and yard, the build- the case of Irish potato seed, to treasure. Adventurous men have lost I would be sent home. The department's j

ing for guards and superintendentsare obtain the best seed is of special importance their lives while on these expeditions, statement says: ] 1

all spacious and well located. They because success of the crop among these being Tony Roussett, a I "General Funston has selected these i .1
first of all the kind and the :organizations in accordancewith NOW
have on hand about 800 prisoners; the depends on youth of French extraction, who, chiefly
remainder of about 1,600 prisoners are health of the seed. Potato growers frightened by imaginary ghosts, ran a the rule of returning first those f. 1 1'I a!
must pick out established variety troops longest in service the bor-
out on lease to turpentine operatorsand an dIstance of thirty miles in one nightto on 1 I.
working on the public highwaysof that yields and otherwise does best under the nearest settlement and died der.! To some extent, however, this I I
the several counties under the law the conditions of culture, and thatis a rule could not be followed without unequal -
few months later at the Florida hospital ] i
by its qualities most acceptable on weakening of the border guard
of 1915, except a squad of convicts who for the insane with pirate visions .
are kept at the hospital for the insaneat the market. still him. and the departures from it are so ex 1
Chattahoochee to Then the grower should see that the haunting plained. The total strength of the or- 1 1Don't
grow crops, vegetables Each and his 1j
year Gasparilla phantom "
and attend to the cattle to fur seed are free from diseases because sail into ganizations selected is 25,243. 1j j
crew Hillsborough bay,
nish milk for the sixteen hundred in- they may and often do carry with subdue the and I
mates. them certain diseases, some of which city inaugurate an era GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION.
of merrymaking in which people of .j
Colonel Rogers says that the boardof under conditions favorable for their nations wait
participate. To the car-
many
commissioners of state institutions, development are able to ruin the crop nival Whereas it is of the importance 1 I
together with the superb managementof entirely, while all of them almost invariably has been added a product exposition greatest ,
in to the welfare of state
which twenty semi-tropic counties our
reduce the profit of the
Captain Purvis, has done a workat grower that the forces which make for intelligence
and the island of Cuba participate, -
Raiford farms that the state may materially.Most and harness and runinng races, golf character and patriotism till the last minute
well feel proud of and will soon be potato diseases are due to cer-
the should
be
tournaments and other outdoor sportsare among people encouraged -
tain and bacteria whichin
more than self-supporting under the parasitic fungi I
and '
featured. The exposition ;
grounds .
existing law.. a number of cases are introduced in-
f are a*part of the municipally owned Whereas, one of the great forces for
to the field previously mentioned
-
was
as
.i Colonel Rogers, during his two
days'visit
good, for strengthening character for
Hotel ,
Tampa Bay property and are
with the seed. If disease free seed
: inspected detail and
It every says located in the heart of the promoting patriotism and spreading
that the work done and the are used, therefore, the losss from principal THE TELEGRAPH
crops is the
Christianity Sunday school and
residence section of the city. ,
diseases be either greatly reduced .
far exceed his may
expectations.The
grown Whereas, the beneficient efforts and
lands 'have been thoroughly or entirely prevented.Of benign influences of the Sunday 1
drained, and numbers of the the potato diseases occurring in .
acres past schools of the various denominationsare
yielded much Florida and which are carried with FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER EX Printing of every description
year as as seventy-five great forces for good in our state;
the seed, the following are mentioned:
bushels of corn per acre. AMINATION.The forces worthy of and
It is the purpose of the commissionto Mosaic, blackleg and rot, black scurf, assistance recognition, and, cooperative promptly and at reasonable j
common scab, dry rot and wilt, late
make it model staple fruit and
,
a Whereas, the Sunday schools of the '
United States Civil Service
blight and rot. With the exception of
stock farm and one that will yield state, through the Florida Sunday 1'I
Commission that the
late blight and rot none of these can announce on
profitable returns for the labor and rates :
school association, are making, and
27th of 1917 exami-
capital invested. be controlled by any spraying.The day January, an ,
late blight. because the fungus nation will be hid Theressa, Fla., have made special efforts for a great .
it develops first on the tops where it as a result of which it is expected to Sunday school rally day, which shall v ,
JUDGING HORSE'S AGE. be state-wide in its and influ-
make certification to fill scope
produces a great mass of its spores a contemplated -
ence; and have set February 11, 1917 ..
,
which are disseminated, chiefly by the vacancy in the position of fourth :
Teeth Furnish Fairly Accurate Indication wind, then probably also by rain and class postmaster at Theressa and oth- as the day for the great state-wide -,---- ---.-- ".i ..

-Yearly Changes. insects to other plants and into the er vacancies as they may occur at that Sunday school rally day;
--: soil, can be successfully controlled by office, unless it shall be decided in the Therefore, I, Sidney J. Catts, gov- p -
spraying with bordeaux mixture when interests of the service to fill the va- ernor of Florida, do hereby issue this r
Until a horse is over 10 years old proclamation calling upon all of the 'I
the latter is properly made and thor by reinstatement. The com-
the teeth furnish an indication of age cancy people of the state of Florida, and the B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian
e. which is fairly accurate. In estima- oughly applied at the right time witha pensation of the postmaster at this visitors who shall be within our borders -

ing the age of a horse, only the three good sprayer.It office was $207 for the last fiscal year. to attend Sunday school in the "
e. pairs'of front teeth or nippers on each should be remembered here that Age limit, 21 years and over on the church of their choice on Sunday Feb- Well Driller
,
considered. only in extreme cases could the pres- date of the examination, with the exception '
jaw Horses like human
are -
ruary 11, 1917, that they may give en- ..
,
have of teeth ence of these diseases be detected on that in a state where women \
beings, two sets ; couragement and honor to those who I have had twenty-four experience in
the first set, known as milk teeth be- seed, even by an expert. Therefore, are declared by statute to be of full faithfully labor in this noble work, and years
the only to obtain the seed for all at 18 wom- ;
sure way age purposes years
ing replaced teeth. New .
by permanent
that
: they receive to themselvesthe
may Well drilling in Florida. :
teeth have deep cups or indentations, free from the disease is to get them en 18 years of age on the date of the benefits of participating in this
from fields that are, not infected. This examination will be admitted.
at their centers. As the teeth wear
particular devotion to, and worship ofGod.
down these cups disappear.A fact should either be guaranteed from Applicants must reside within the / guarantee to satisjaclorily complete all 1
the seed dealer or certified by some territory supplied by the post office for :
colt does not usually get its first ; In testimony whereof, I have here- ;
who personally inspected which the examination is announced.The CONTRACTRaiford
pair of nippers until it is a few days dependable agent unto set hand and caused the great
old,< but has all three pairs by the the fields at the right time. examination is open to all citizens seal of the my state of Florida to be affixed -
Seed can hardly be guaranteed free of the United States who can :: Florida
time it is 6 to 10 months old. Until a at Tallahassee, the capital, this
colt is 3 years old, however, its gen- from some of the diseases, namely the comply with the requirements. the 14th day of January, A. D. 1917.
black scurf, because they are forms and full information
\ eral appearance is relied upon largelyto scab and Application SIDNEY J. CATTS,
indicate its age. Following is a description too; common almost anywhere in the concerning the requirementsof Governor.By .

of the yearly changes which country, though in some places they the examination can be secured the Governor, attest:

ordinarily occur in the teeth of a horse. develop only slightly. As the para- from the postmaster at Theressa, or H. CLAY CRAWFORD, -- -----
One year-The center pair of milk sites causing these two diseases are from the U. S. Civil Service Commis- Secretary of State.

incisors, known as the pinchers, and carried on the very surface of the seed sion, Washington, D. C. r.

the pair next to them, known as the tubers, the latter can easily be disin- Applications should be properly executed '
intermediates, are well through the fected (treated) against them with and filed with the commission at Half Your Living SMOKEAu.

gums and in contact, but the corner corrosive sublimate ((1 part to 1000 Washington at least 7 days before the Without Money CostA

pairs do not yet meet on a level. parts water) solution by dipping the date of the examination, otherwise it
Two years-The pinchers and the intermediates seed in it for one and a half hours. After may be impracticable to examine the right or wrong start in 1917 will PUREflAVANAThe
seed should be either make or break most farmers In the
the
indicate that they are being treatment applicants.U. .
South. We are all facing a crisis.
crowded by the permanent teeth, immediately planted or allowed to hours dry. S. Civil Service Commission.RUBBER This war in Europe puts things in .
as they are pushed free from their Seed may be treated for two such uncertainty that no man can 4

gums at the base. By the time the colt with formalin, 1 pint to 30 gallons forma of foresee the future with any degree of popular cigar of the South. Made by the
is 2z years old the middle pinchers water to free them of scab, but clearness.

should be through. The permanentteeth lin is not quite so good against the I The sure and certain increase in STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
black scurf. a cotton acreage means lower cotton
much larger than the tempo-
are The corrosive sublimate treatmenthas prices next falL Cost of all food and

rary Three ones.years-The middle pinchersare I often been injurious warm to the weather'seed, grain no one products can afford is high to buy, so and high expect that Geo. L Massey, Prop. . Starke, Fla. '

large enough for use. Their deep when used during in mind thatit to pay out with cotton.
show The milk intermed- therefore one should keep all others
cups plainly. It's a time above to play
II
iates are about to shed. is not safe to employ this treatment OLD safe; to produce all possible food
Four years-The permanent inter- when the temperature is above 75 degrees grain and forage supplies on your

mediates appear at 3% years and are F. or thereabout.In COPPER own acres; to cut down the store bllL
view of the foregoing informa- A good piece of garden ground
ready for use at 4. The corner teeth
tion the following suggestion are of- TIRES BRASS rightly planted, rightly tended and
give evidence that the permanent cor-, FLOWERS fOR ALL OCCASIONS
round be
i kept planted the year can
fered TUBES LEAD
:
the
it ners are coming. The cups in pinchers seed dealer to supplyyou made to pay half your living. It will
;Ij are about one-third gone. (The Require your guaranteed free from ROPE SCRAP I IBM save you more money than you madeon
: tusks or canine teeth, of male colts with seed the best five acres of cotton you
''may appear about this time.) disease. If he cannot do so then buy RAGS BONES ever grew! MILLS THE FLORIST.INC
from the
directly
Five years-The temporary corner your guaranteed seed Hastings' 1917 Seed Book tells all
) "}, teeth are shed at 4% and the permanent northern seed producers. If you do SEND IT TO US WE REMIT MORKtf about the right kind of a money saving JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
from whom such seed may garden and the vegetables to put
ones are ready to use. The horse not know Write For PricdistffLVL4fHfTAl(0
then make inquiry of the local in It. It tells about the field crops as
I' has now what is known as a full mouth be bought,
, -all permanent incisors being readyto potato growers association, experiment \ well and shows you the clear road to WE WANT AN AGENT IN YOUR TOWN r,
station agents of the bureau of real farm prosperity. It's Free. 'Send
use. The cups of the first pair are C.BAY JAOaOHV1lU.ru.,
57
about two-thirds plant industry, U. S. Department of for it today to H. G. HASTINGS CO,
gone. Atlanta, Ga.-Adrt.
whom would be glad.
all of
Six years-The cups in the center Agriculture,
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II ; PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. FRID.lXC.R' 25. i$17. -

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"1: . . .STREET PAVING IS NOW Drert Isjt i
"f Bradford ,". ,. ,. ,. .,. ,. '! the men, was broken down more WILL OCCASION DELAY j I I GOING ON IN EARNEST \ap'rzhg Croupp ud
.
County Telegraph is
: y 4 democratic spirit substituted for snobbery j 111 to our patlou
tai
dux ;
't
ADVERTISING. and everything put on a business 1. watt yt ..r .
Continued From Page )
.. with ( not Lene fitted mos :
of j
habit wen
4. been the persons ssedment
"' Published Weekly, and entered as second footing, that it would be no difficultyto It has 1:1 the
.:. i. 'S *. + + + t obtain all the recruits needed. He tills against the county boards to present I of cOtl b. colds, .
class matter at the post-office at The following, which is quoted by cites among other proofs of his assertions them on the first Monday and (!eye. His men "sandpaper" off the :. throat, tonsihth, bronchitia croup aId, ICtt '. 'f

b Starke. Florida. the Tampa Times from a prominent the democratic and fraternal await the action of the board, receiving -1 bumps and fill up the depresisons un- monia. Your d dr-ggat wifp1requiremertss.anuryrty JICEt..

financial journal, conveys some idea spirit which existed between officers their script on the same day. This j'jtil 1 when the final -flat-ironing" is applied ...'.a. L Jovt, I
? B.D
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner of the tremendous business done bone y and men on both sides in the war between will be entirely changed bylaw the new :! by ,means of a sort of polisher, Drew Clemi'al (o'? Mo=o; Ga.-Adr.q.I 4
of the many big mail order houses the states, where no duties were doing away with the office of the i the surface is firm and smooth and 1,12.9t. ;
Editor
LAGERGREX Associate
H. E. bring the year 1916: shirked by the men, no matter how ar county treasurer. The clerks of the 1:' true the center about five inches higher i

"The total sales of Sears Roebuck duous. hoards are now required to make aj I than the gutters. Then comes an ,

t It takes feed to raise fine stock. The & Company for 1916, will be ap- The spirit of caste that pervades the I certified i list'Af all script issue; and I expert in brick placing-he places four A USEFUL PAI.V.

fertile lands of Bradford county will proximately $146,000,000,000.00 as officers is irksome in the last degreeto fun.ish this list to the ban/s. Lntil I rows of brick across the street (pavement -

produce the feed in superabundance.In against $112,665,720X10 in 1915! witha the American common soldier and this list has been received the banks 26 feet wide) in four minutes. I Starke People

five to ten years Bradford county I net profit for the year of between we will have no sufficient army beforeit an not authorized to pay any scriptThi I The brick are laid flat, long way across Should Heed hs "'III-,

will be one of the leading meat pro- I $14,000,000.00 and $15,000,000.00 as is broken down. But how to go work will require time and persons the street, and "staggered" to break in?. :

,' daring sections of the United States. against a net profit of $lOI0038i.63for about it? Admiral Sampson, one of having bills against the boards joint. After a section has been paved -

: Mark the prediction. 1915. This is based on the sales the high naval officers in the Spanish will just have to wait until it is Jor.". I II fine sand is worked into the joints and Have you a =harp pain

; for, the year so far and a forecastof American war, though not one of the Another important feature of the the pavement rolled with a roller ache the or a 4

j George Dewey is gone the greatest the total for December. heroes protested against men from the I ruw l kw is that the boards are forbidden weighing five or six tons. across small of yocr t.ad ,,

: naval officer this country ever had. His "The ratio of net profit on the business bottom ranks working themselves up to issue script when there is no The brick made in Birmingham, Do you realize Hut it's often a "

I success sprang from a profound studyof of the company, is approxi- to positions of commissioned officers, money in the treasury me: the Ala., is of good quality and are not too sign of kidney weakness time

the subjects he had to cope with as mately 10 per cent, but this year it saying that none but "gentlemen" born payn-ent. This will necessitate the smooth to be held against each other treatment is a ? Pl'Ilnpt: _

t well as his independent spirit As may be a little in excess of that should hold such positio, and he only payment of the bills on the "first =tire I'firmly through friction. The pavement ferious safeguard against tto '

!, things appear now a man of his cali amount, because of the increase in voiced what almost every army and first semi" plan and many bill!:; will being a flat arc held rigid against the Kidney kidney 'roubles. Use Dos, -.
volume."A Pills.
bre will be needed before long. But ,navy officer thinks. The army officers hate to I* carried over from tims to unyielding curbing it should retainits Profit by a Starke n*. *,

.. such men are to be classed with the H : total-net: profit .of 15000000. 'lead in creating caste which is un-,time until there is money on hand to form under ordinary travel thoughwe ident's experience

rare phenomena ana can DC reproduced w is equivalent to the requirement A.merican. but who can blame them nav them. Persons having bills against I do not think it could support the Mrs. A. F. iloitt, W. Call
after intervals. of $560,000.00 on the outstanding when civilians of the boards should file them _u 1. .. '., t Starlcp.. Mrs"f .__ Street.. -'
'J only long $3,000,000.00 so many feel proud over either Weigni OI Heavy JUg cans ""Is- Kea 1M.f........<: L "
,. preferred stock leav- being addressed by military titles? with the clerks as early as possible I out damage. and suffered from dull naggingtsar :
ing -j
Governor Catts the iconoclast, has 24 $14,440,000.00 cent the or a trifle over Napoleon recognized the injurious ef- each month. The paving is in the immediate aches. I wa aUo! distressed: )
; dismissed Dr. J. Y. Porter state health per on $60lJfJO.OfJO.OOstock. fect of caste in his armies, and demol- charge of 31. B. Davis of the Davis aches. I by head.
used
; ,-omcer, and in his stead appointed Dr. prices of This too, in a year of high ished it, but there is no Napoleon in Messrs. B. Y. and H. Saxon of Paving Co., Tampa. Engineer H. and : Doan's Kidney Pins": :

;. W, H. Cox formerly of Alabama now increase raw in materials and a general sight that can be expected to do the Hampton, were business visitors to Freeman is in full charge of the work they reKevcd the kidney snag,. .-' J.
: of Brooksville. "0 how wretched wages and salaries, same for the American ance anti rid me of the '
u with in army. Starke Tuesday.Mr. for the McCrary Company, and he andT. backaches._, "
consequent difficulty getting .
k that poor man who hangs on princes'f L. Godwin the instrument (Statement given March 10, 1911. -
sufficient help to handle the business ONE U. S. SOLDIER IS KILLED man, ) ;
favors can truly be said of gubernatorial The most significant feature of it IN FIGHT WITH DOMINICANS: and Mrs. Vernon Jones and M r. have been very busy making prepara Lasting Benefit. : .

appointees in Florida just now all Is that this is not a 'war bride, W. F. Nickels, of Hampton, were visitors tions for the work. K. L. Gray, dep- Over three rears later, Mrs Moftt }r
r
-unless they hail from Alabama andf but a staple line of domestic to Starke Tuesday. uty for A. H. Harley, looks after the said,"! haven't suffered to 4'-.ft
mer-
Authorities amount
ta
played tag in Sidney J. Catta' back Assume Troops Were Engaged
chandise." town's interest while the work is anything from

f yard. --. Now how do you suppose that in Disarming the Civilians. Mr. J. F. Colley had as a guest Sun ing on. The work is being well and go- ney complaint any'rce symptoms Doar/s of kid :j{

The tears, Sawbuck & Company were evernabled day his cousin, Mr. P. W. West of Or conscientiously done, as far as we can \ Pills made Kidner'D
Telegraph's advice to its a cure of .
young WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.: -A night 1 lando. my case. 'It:'
to
build
business
men readers is to begin now to acquirethe up a of such fight between ,see.For I Price 50 cents! at all dealers. .
magnitude as to make it possible for native bandits and U. the past week or more Call Dontsimply
ownership of some of the good them to clear S. marines in the Dominician Republic "street has resembled the and ask for a kidney remedy--get 14Doan's
Arch rough
lands that lying idle in this I a profit of nearly $15- : Thomas, of the University of
are
ty. With Jacksonville becoming coun 000,000.00 during the past year? "Oh resulting in the death of one and the Florida, Gainesville, is spending theweek rugged road to Jericho. The town au- j j Kidney Pills-the same that
a because of severe injury of another, was reported thorities sudenly awoke the i Mrs. 3Ioitt has Is
great meat packing center Northern their low prices, you say. with his father, Mr. Jesse Tho to fact J twice publicly recomI I
Yes, but how today to the navy department. that there work to be done. Trees : mended.
and Western farmers will soon beginto were the people all over mas. was j Foster-Milburn Co, Props, i ii .
flock in and buy up the lands and the United States ever made aware of Captain Knapp, commanding the were dug up, hydrants moved, water t j i Buffalo, X. Y. '.
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the fact that American cruiser forces, reported the laid
this mail order house pipes telephone posts moved,
engage in cattle and hog raising. When was Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova Mrs. T. |I '
fight _
occurred
Saturday
in the
selling goods at low prices By night while at the same time the curbing:
this influx means
starts in earnest there
will J. Griffin :
and
be no cheap lands left These people I of printers' ink, or advertising, was i it vicirity of the Porvemr! sugar plantation : Mrs. Bert,Mott motoredto along the streets was set. The street : + + + + + + +:+ + + + + + + v t

will be willing to pay fancy prices not? Were it not for the extensiveuse near Macoris, scene of two similar Mr.Sanderson William Green.to attend the funeral of looked with its pits, chips tree tops, :j 1 + LEGAL. NOTICES 4 : _

"" rather than miss the great opportunity of advertising, all these big mail enccunters recently. Prirate J. R. Olson brick and stumps, like a street in some I l'I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
order houses would soon be forced to of the Fiftieth com pan./ was killed Belgian town, lately bombarded .
for by
money making that is offered NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
here. close their doors. And yet, we meet and Corporal George Wilson, rf the Mr. Leo Canova and Mr. Joe Truby the Germans. ,' TNDF.R SECTION OF CHAPTER DEED .1

.an occasional merchant who says, Fifty-second company, was shot in the i returned home Thursday after a de- 4 Ai_ LA"3 01 rinpini..

.. '. Old Bradford "stacks up" with the "What's the use of advertising anyhow neck. ]lightful visit with Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. I e baser Hereby of notice tax saM'is riven certificate that J. E.numbered Fntch. par.

best of 'em when her sons are thrown ? I can't see that it is of any ben- Officers here assume that the two Rogers of Conner. They spent most M and *', baied by the Tax Col respectively
efit." The trouble is companies were engaged in disarming of CURIOUS BITS ,lector for Bradford eouety. Florida each .f
into competition in any line of human that he does not ther time hunting'and fishing and said certificates ',
being Dated
natives and the std Uf of
interest. Just last week three of "our use it enough. Such a merchant reminds establishing the Jl1eW I'I'the ) :report good luck. OF HISTORYTHE August A. O. Hilt. haj filed the said eertif- ,
boys" elected one of the Indian who heard government under the American mili- (rates in my office sad his made application
..._u_'were. .. as officers. .of the. that feathers make ta/y authorities. I +I for tax deed to issue in aerardaaee with law -{
.uaaomc ana ants LOClge Of A AVA1UA, and a fine bed, so he I Last Friday Mrs. J. W. Morgan The said o>rtificaU< respectively embrace the '
,
one of our lads carried off the prize in got aim a feather and slept on it. Next Mrs. Lehr GREAT EXPOUNDER OF following lands in' Bradford county Florida. J
and the
JUST SO BUT HOW SAD IT WAS.. Messrs. Lehr motored I assessed at the dace the issuance
a corn producing contest put on by the morning he awoke and rubbing his THE CONSTITUTION off of sash -'
to Gainesville certificate in the
to enjoy a play Tump respectively bereft rafter
.
aching shins exclaimed 'j
Georgia Southern & Florida : "White -
.' Railway man given by the well-known Pickett particularly err fcfth, to-witr
Company. In the signal honors that says feathers make fine bed. Injunno He and she sat close together, I conlI By A. W. MACY. Certificate No. embHees tb* Sof SW% <

.. : they have won the Telegraph rejoices like um." If advertising is not prof- 0, 0! how sweet it was! f pany. ____. Few people fully rtaf.'z! the of"E14 Nwti and and SE1i SEV of SB of*,NWand of NE i and SW i Wi of '.J;

with each and everyone of these splen- table, then thousands of the biggest One cold night of wintry weather, I wonderful service rendered t> of SEV4 of Set, ad StVH of SEH lad KH .3
did representatives of Old Bradfordand inns in the country are deluding themselves 0, 0! how sweet it was! t Sugsr From the Bamboo. the people of the United States 2 of? S4. of SWH of SWif. See. I!. Tp. 5. S. 8. /
E.
we congratulate Old Bradford that annually in the belief that it is Up the chimney roared the fire i, The natives of India many centuries by Chief Justice John Marshall. Certificate 190 acres.No afXvsseJ C? embraces Unknown.the NEV of ''':

she has such worthy sons to represent helping their business, but they keep And he drew his chair still nigher ago. discovered that a sweet substance He presided over the Supreme SWi. See 15. Tp; 6. y R. 20 EU 49 acre, ;
I her. everlastingly at it and employ sufficient .With a glance of fond desire0 I could be got from the bamboo and court from 1801 till his assessed W. P. Summer. '
; death Unless said rent Scat** hall be redeemed
" .; advertising space to bring re- 0! how sweet it was! Theophrastus refers to it as "honey In 1835. During that time 1,215 accord.ne: tI.lax tat dead will issue tbcreoaon ":
. And now comes the Everglades ults.-Estero Eagle."MISTRESS which is from bamboos." Another cases came before the the 26th day of jFtbiyary. A. D. 1917. ,
court for
Drainage League of Fort Lauderdale She was winsome in her 'writer calls It Indian salt Seneca Witness my official stature and seal this "-
beauty, observes decision and in 519 of them 23th day of January.. A, D. 1917. .,
I and tells us that the reported sale of OF THE SEAS. 0, 0! how sweet it was! ;: "There Js found among the Marshall himself delivered the W. T. WEEKS. .

I I $3,500,000 worth of Everglades bonds And he was blushing in modest duty- i IndIans a honey contained in the ., opinion. Of the 1,215 Clerk Circuit Conrt.J.":
Jt, was not a real sale at alL That in 0, 0! how sweet it was! treed," and Pliny tells us "Arabia pro Involved questions of cases 62 l-2 -St. 'Stall By R. A.Cepaty WEEKS.Clerk.

f reality the board of commissioners oft Once more the daring Germans have With a timid sort of haste duces a sugar, .but that of India is law, and he delivered constitutional the- .

: State Institutions merely made a contract made good in their derision of Great And a beating heart he placed morn relowiied'8uhatltute opinion In 36 of the 62. NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND.

it i with a firm of bond brokers to Britain's proud claim to the title of One long arm around her waist- only so, but In 23 Not I Notice is hereby -jiveti to all whom it may :3

1 sell the bonds and that the final sale, "mistress of the seas." The Ioewe.superraider. O, O! how sweet it was! cases there was no of the 36 of concern Gary that Owens.I. Ma-iaret Ffd Owens Owens and as Guardias Pauline

J if it is ever made by the firm, will net is back on the job and i is opinion by of dissenting Owens, minors wil!. on the 26th day of February !;r
I them about 10 per cent. of the gross sinking Entente craft in numbers in.. Softly crept the old man nigh, for Lemons. Justices. any the associate A. D. 1917. arplv to the Honorable
For
\ amount or $350,000. This appears to the South Atlantic, wreaking havoc on 0, 0! how mad he was! Some years ago my uncle a physt is looked these reasons Marshall Bradford Geo. A. Gardiner eo'inty. at C'untJf'>iis off:ce Jode.in Starke in and in said for

! be rather a liberal commission but the Entente supply system. Angry blasting in his eyes t1a.n.in a small town, received a call upon as the county at 10 o'clock. a. m., or as soon there ,)
great
this is But the most 0 0 to the country and expounder of the Consti- after as the matter-tan be heard for authorv
paper not disposed to find fault extraordinary feat i how mad he was! asked me to &)- tution.
ity
with the board for anything they do the sending of the captive steamer slowly drawing back one foot :. company him, writes a correspondent and the His soundness record as a judge divided to sell interest at: private each of sale slid! the minors tne-foorta in and in-to :;;!!f

so long as they confine their activities Yarrowdale with hundreds of prisoners He elevated that galoot The patient was the wife of a very ions of his opin the following described real estate in said

to the Everglades. What we have our and millions of dollars' worth of Up the chimney 'mong the soot- filserly man who lived In the back when seem we all the more wonderful county.1I.'WI.j to-of.it SW14: *! S* 21. Township S, .t. I

gun loaded for is the man who comes supplies across the broad Atlantic to 0, 0! how mad he was! t woods. My uncle advised the hu> ditions of consider the con- Range 20, containing 40 acres, more or lest. 'i:
around with a proposition to saddle a a German port through the boasted band to give his wife good wholesome the times. The Constitution Also the following named personal property .1

big bonded indebtedness on the state "iron band" of Britain's huge fleet of Then[ oh how that girl did sigh; food and to purchase some lemons for Itself, the laws the nation single I horse wagon.4 bead of f-.ttle: 12 head of hogs one ,t

at large for money to be used in the warships. It must be particularly irritating 0, 0! how sad she was! ner. The husband said: "Won't The were all In their Infancy. Which application will be based upon the <

effort to drain the 'Glades. The fact to the proud "mistress of the Declared vehemently she would die, pickles do Just as well? Phae pickle ment,republic was an experi- petition Court. for such axle: sow on file in Slid '"I

; that he was committed to this policy seas" to find her fleet thus flaunted 0, 0! how sad she was! u BOUT as any lemon." survival.and many doubted Its Dated January %2. IflT. .1";

I I constituted one of the chief grounds Likewise it is a tribute to German Then[ tenderly she was led Tell it to the Telegraph and Without precedents, MARGARET OWENS -1'
one 1-26-41.
I of our objection to the election of Governor pluck, craft and seamanship.-Tampa By her mama up stairs to bed everybody. Advertise. you tell guide might almost say without Guardian.
, or /
Catts. He was elected, our objections Tribune. Where hot tears alone she shed, compass Marshall delivered ,'

to the contrary notwitnstana- 0, O! how sad she was! tations opinions and Interpre Make your letterheads advertise i i1
ing. He is Drives Out Malaria Builds Up that have become foun-
no less our governor now NEWSPAPERS SLIGHTED. System dation-stones your business. Give them individuality .t
than he is the governor of those who The GROVE'S Old Standard general strengthening tonic existence. of our national make them distinctive, noticeablenot :

supported him most cordially, and we How's This ? Iaria.ennches TASTELESS the Mood.and chill TONIC,drives out commonplace Use good stock '"
We builds
notice in
the resolutions up the Int I"
shall support his administration adopted We offer One -"+. A true tonic. and have
when by the State Hundred Dollars Reward For qlts and Children. SOc them printed by the Tele .
Teachers :
it seems to deserve the support of the Association in for any case of Catarrh that can CoPyright.. mi. by Joseph B. Bowles. graph. .jt
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citizens of the state, but when he talks session at Arcadia last week that everything not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.Hall's r ,; I
and Catarrh Cure has been taken ,
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about asking the citizens of Bradford everybody were thanked by catarrh sufferers for the -- .
county to vote upon themselves a hea for courtesies and assistance, except thirty-five years, and has become past '% %%%%"' %%% "MI ;l
%
the local and neighboring The known as the most reliable remedy for ;
tax to papers. .
vy be expended on a scheme i in latter, both in- Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts thru %%%% % % ;
and
which they have no direct interest ware e Arcadia elsewhere the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, ex- $
Comer
still against him.FAILURE in South Florida, gave much free pub pelling the Poison from the Blood and L Peek :1
!licity to the meeting before and dur- healing the diseased portions. Julian L Peek S
ing its session. After you have taken Hales Catarrh 4
IX MEXICO. Cure for a short time you will see a ,
Why newspapers are so often over- great improvement in your general $ COMER L. .
4 ooked for the health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh PEEK &
part they take and the SON .
The
border Cure
commission has finally at once anr1H rid of catarrh. I .
reached the conclusion that space they give so many occasions, we Send for testimonials free. .
to be nothing is have never been able to understand. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. I f.
gained by further conferenceswith We believe it is largely because they Sold by all Dru g1st3. 7:::. I
the Mexican
protocol negotiated commissioners.between them The has do not charge even half-price for the Real Estate "

not met with the approval of Carranza space they usually give freely for such i

and supplementary agreements of a purposes.We notice in the resolutions published $ .
tentative nature have
been
rejected. '
that the railroads were thanked forgiving .
Mexico's de facto president still insisting
/ on the withdrawal reduced rates. If the newspa .
of
American pers would charge about twothirdsregular Unimproved farm lands /
troops as a prerequisite to further negotiations throughout ,
rates for long articles and Bradford
County
i two members of the Amer
programs of such meetings those interested and in
ican commission have ESPECIAILLYADAPTED
recommended northern
to !
the President that troops be with of would thanks probably for tissue a resolution r part of Alachua County. .
getting a cutratefor
drawn. In all
probability within a few
j weeks Gen. Pershing will retire from space. As a rule very few people FOR YOUR STATE
appreciate what they get for nothing
Mexico without
having accomplish d
-Bartow Record.
the object of his expedition.The Stock Ranches Improved

history of recent relations with FREEOUR Farms Resident Lots in
Mexico is not pleasant reading for the HOW TO GET AN ARMY? Starke ,

American citizen. From the depositionof Turpentine and Timber

I Diaz to the present time it is a Much discussion is now going on in Lands and
,
I story of mistake' and failure. Recognition congress and in the papers about how INSTRUCTIVE Waterfront Lots $

of one de facto president after to get an American army. To accom CATALOGUE ANDWEEKL on Shore of Kingsley.

another has invariably been to the disadvantage plish it through recruiting seems to be

of this country. Vera Cruz futile under present circumstances and Y

was occupied yet the American flag a congressional committee is feeling C PRICE LIST ::1'Thlrty.1JI

was not saluted. Pershing was sent its way toward compulsory military '. : Year Real Estate
into Mexico but he now returns with service. The committee hears opinions -, SEND FOR Business Here Fits U to Give
You
.
out Villa. The President may have 'i for or against such a measure and THEM TODAY. FULL VALUE For Your .

kept the country from war but at a the other day it was startled by hearing Money.

a price that may prove more costly i in a major of marines speak right ,

the end, and the end is not yet When out in meeting, regardless of consequences N3LEDW $ .

the story is complete it will be found I against compulsory s=nits : COMER .
that American failure in Mexico wa and for a reconstruction of the army JACKSONVILLE f Lk I L. PEEK &

the result of vaccillatin? policy and machinery. He said that a man who SON $ :

lack of courage to carry to conclusion served against his will would be of no TIM QoWn Tktt Don Hot Affect The Head I I : f STARKE ::
undertakings which have value Became ol its tonic and laxative effect LAXA :-
might .won as a soldier. But in his opinion riVE BK9MO QUININE is better I : FLORIDA
greater respect for the American re if the wall of caste which now sep- Quinine: sue does act Casa orrroaines than ordmtry ac:

public. -Exchange. i arates the commissioned officers from look ringing lot la the bead.vutnre Xemembet of the W. full GROVE.name Be mod I $ 'i

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FRIDAY JANUARY. 26, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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-I Mr. D. J. Carpenter was a guest LEE'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVED. BAPTIST CHURCH. THE YOUNG TRADING CO. S *

uring the week at the'home of Mr. ,

and Mrs. B. B. Hopson.Mr. January 19th being the 110th anniver- Special services began last Sunday Their Aim is Still lo Safe the People '

sary of the birth of the South's great- with good audiences booth morningand Money.In .

Bits of Local and Mrs. J. W. Morgan and Mrs. est chieftain, Robert Edward Lee, the evening with good interest. There !, ;

Lehr, and.Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone United Confederate Veterans of Brad- were five received, four by letter and 1

and some Gainesville friends made a ford county gathered in Starke, and one by relation. There was a good walking through the*Young Trad- ;

I Information 11J trip to Jacksonville Sunday in their after their meeting were entertained attendance Monday night, and the peo- ing Company's large store near the

... cars. The Lazone party spent the first for dinner by the Daughters of the pie appear thoughtful. A good ser- depot the Telegraph reporter was 1
ot the week in the metropolis. amazed at the immense stock of
Rowand's Cafe. vice goods
e.....aJffI 0.. p..r... ..... .. ... Confederacy, at on Tuesday night. there, and the main .
PN N. III .. c. :. ;..... At two-thirty p. m., the veterans, The meetings will continue over building was yet j
STRICKLAND VS. CARTERJoe escorted by the Boy Scouts, and a Sunday. Come with us. too small to hold it nil and a force of

large audience of Starke people, as- men was employed in filling up the j
i
Carter Found Not. Guilty of Car- sembled in the high school auditorium, JUNIOR EPWORTH LEAGUE. annexed warehouse besides.

and wife Walter Griffin of in rying PistoL there exceedingly interesting exercises I i This establishment sejls by wholeas .J
I 'Mr. Henry Galling were Hampton, was well as retail, and the .
took place. To Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, goods are
here from Brooker Sunday. town Wednesday. the Chapter Historian, is due thanksfor Our league is getting along well. not contained in a feW. barrels and

Tuesday Joe Carter was tried before this and well We now have 28 members and every- sacks, but in huge stacks. All of the H
I appropriate arranged -
Mrs. Delia Sparkman, of LaCrosse, A nice line of chocolate candy at County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner on the At the back of the stage one seems to enjoy the meetings and staples are to be found in abundance.
Monday.Mr. the Bakery Shop. 1-26-2t. of carrying a pistol, preferredby program. the work our superintendent gives Flour
visited Starke charge hung a large, framed picture of Rob- to us plain and self-rising, water-
do.
R. D. Strickland. Carter pleadednot E. Lee which surrounded by ground corn meal from Brooker, Brad
Wm. L. Starling was transacting A son was born the 25th inst., to Mr. guilty, and a jury composed of the ert palmetto leaves, and was flags. The simple Last Sunday afternoon our meeting ford county, sugar, rice, salt, soap,

. business in Starke Monday. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell.Mr. following well known men was empan- yet effective stage decorations were was led by Paul Canova, Jr., and the cured meats, cotton seed products for '

eled to hear the evidence and give a the work of Miss Olive subject was "Giving." Mrs. Barr lead 1 feed and fertilizer, coii, oats, hay ,
Ray. .
: Jay Alderman spent Sunday With J. C. Manning and wife left for verdict: F. B. Johns, B. B. Hopson, Rev. T. L. Z. Barr gave an impres- a rood story to us. Next Sunday: af standard feeds, fertilizers, including J>

, relatives at Lake Butler. Sapp Monday afternoon.T. T. J. Alderman, H. H. Lewis, W. G. sive invocation, which was followed by ternoon Louise Andrews will lead the goat manure. f. }1

Brooks and J. R. Mott. the school singing the ever stirring old meeting. NELLIE MOTT, There are also to be found a large i
relieves J. Durden, one of Hampton's solid The complainant's testimony show- Reporter. assortment of fancy
. RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, song of "Dixie." Mesdames J. t.:. groceries, butter, j
i rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. i citizens, was in Starke Monday.A ed that Joe Carter drew a pistol from Futch, A. Z. Adkins and Miss Emma "Crisco" and other shortening, coffee, L j

his pocket on two of Mr. Strickland'schildren Darby, accompanied by Mrs. D. C. NOTICE. green and roasted, etc.

i Mrs. J. R. Hodges, of Apalachicola, fine line of coffee at the Bakery and threatened to shoot Mrs. Jones, beautifully rendered a trio en- Something in much demand now: is'seed

I is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. L. Z. Shop. 1-26-2t. Strickland and an older girl, who wentto titled "Love's Old Sweet Song." Each i Antioch Bible school (new churchone Irish potatoes, and the Early Rose i
the rescue of the smaller children, and Red Bliss are for sale here. Also
Barr. carrying a U. S. flag, twelve girls be- mile north of city) meets at 2
H. D. Wasdin, of Graham, was a the fence. De North
! if they crossed pasture o'clock Carolina seed peanuts, seed
longing to Mrs. Hughes' music class, each Sunday. Our friends are .
Oak visitor to Starke Wednesday.N. fendant's testimony disproved this as- peas and beans, as well all ,
Miss Elizabeth White, of Live rendered as a motion song the inspir- invited to meet with us to search the .as kinds .
; was a guest Saturday at the home of sertion. There seems to be bad blood ing selection, "Flag of the Free," be- Scriptures. L. L LEACH of garden seeds.Remember "
her uncle, Mr. J. W. White. D. Rosier, of Raiford, was trans- i between the Stricklands and the Car- ing accompanied by Mrs. Hughes as that the eoods for sale_nn j .
1 acting business in Starke Saturday.W. ters over stopping up roads about pianist.! Superintendent. by the Young Trading"oitipany are
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More bread and better bread at the their premises, etc. The guest of honor on this occasion, always fresh, as their Consignments
Bakery Shop. 1-26-2t. M. Parker, of New River, was The jury brought in a verdict of not Mrs. H. H. McCreary, President Flor- CALOMEL SALIVATESAND are sold almost as soon|as received.
j
in town last Friday. guilty and Carter was discharged. D. The rapid turning over of allows I
ida Division U. D. C., brief money 1
gave a MAKES YOU SICK
E. knight, Esq., prosecuted for the them to sell at prices lower than .. .
Mrs. W. J. Grant, of St. Augustine, talk, which was followed by our Mayor j
i. visiting at the home of her parents, Thos. Miller, a well known Graham state, and E. M. Johns, Esq., defended Col. Joe Hill Williams, who deliv- can be found elsewhere. i
citizen, had busines sin Starke Monday Carter. Acts Like The following items also offered !
Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Haynes. ered a masterly address entitled "Rob- Dynamite on a Slug- are 1
cl 'L"r.R. for sale: A 20-acre farm one mile ,
ert Edward Lee. Mr. Williams reviewed ;
Mrs. Harriett Y. Lane, of Hender- D. F. McDonald, the Walt Whitman the life of Lee, especially his gish Liver and You Losea from Starke a Jersey cow, sow and \
home J. Andrews, of Dukes, was a business I of the Western Reserve, shows in to- pigs. They must be sold uiek. S
sonville, N. C., is a guest at the war record, in a calm, forceful man- Day's Work.There's .
visitor to Starke Monday.A issue of the Telegraph that caus- Remember the .
day's plr.ee-ohe Young S
of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard. ner. This address by the orator of the
tic polemical writing does not exhausthis day was highly appreciated by the audience Trading Company, neai; the depot, jI
half carload of and chew- His "Commemoration at I Starke.
candy gifts. no why .: S ,
Rev. T. L. Z. Barr went to Jackson- as was evidenced by the hearty reason a person
ville last Tuesday to attend the Mis- ing gum, all kinds, just received at Starke"' touches tender chord' and is applause when he closed. should take sickening, salivating calomel : : J
in the Bakery Shop. 1-26-2t. as good as anything we have !een on when 50 cents "
convened buys bottleof "REASONABLE
sionary Institute, which After the school had sung "Suwannee a large BROS.

that city at the First Methodist church the subject. River," the veterans, escorted by Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect. \1
A. G. of the Southern Cattle ----
Dyal
substitute for calomel.
-- the Boy Scouts, marched down the
Over the West coast
on there is
a
The offices formerly occuped by At- Feeding Company. Belmore, was in I aisles and out to the waiting automo- It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid nursery firm which has gained an en- i
Starke BOOK SHOWER.
torney J. E. Futch are being remod Saturday.Mrs. biles. Many hearts were touched at which will start your liver just as sure- viable reputation trough its fair deal-

eled and furbished up for Dr. J. P. the sight of the once gallant soldier ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you ings with customers. The third ad in j
is confined to
Tomlinson, who will occupy them. J. W. F. Malphurs The historian of W. T. Weeks Chap- boys who followed through many hard- pick and can not salivate. their regular season schcdule; appears \i i-*

T. Quigley is doing the work. her bed. The injuries sustained trouble some- ter, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, in her historical ships the cause of Lee, and who are Children and grown up folks can in this issue, and in this advertisement: I
time her again.
age are giving work in the public school has seen now our honored veterans. take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it they have struck s key note so far as t

Mr. William T. Andrews and Miss I the need of authentic books of refer- is perfectly harmless. I this town is concerned. They are of- i

Carrie Beasley, of Lake Butler, were Mr. Mally Sparkman and wife were ence, and has planned a birthday par- MEETING OF VETERANS. Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is fering special cowbinatwns of orna- j i

joined in wedlock Monday evening by here Saturday on a visit from Jackson- ty for the local Chapter in April, the mercury and attacks your bones. Takea me'ntal plants and shrubsat attractive S;
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Judge William Malphurs. After the ville.. nature of which will be a book shower. dose of nasty calomel today and you prices and their eelectioss are to be J !
they departed for Jackson- By this plan it is hoped that a library J. J. Dickison Camp No. 1617 met will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to. recommended.S ; I
ceremony The Bradford County Abstract Co. in regular session Friday, January 19, r i
may be established, containing morrow. Don't lose a day's work. It is
ville. the
not of the Tele- i
If
have had a brick extension built to North and was called to order promptly at 10 purpose
both
books fair to Take
non-partisan o'clock : a spoonful of Dodson's Liver graph to act in the capacity of sales- J
Wallace Williams, a convict at the their offices. and South, said. library to be the prop- Weeks by and Captain Commander W. T. Tone instead and you will wake up roan for the advertisers, but: in this instance \\

State Sarm, developed violent insan- collect rents. erty of the Chapter, but accessible to L. W. Kickliter., prayer offered by Chaplain feeling great. No more biliousness, much good would result if the \".
RENTS-Let
ity. He was brought to Starke last Prompt remittance.us Bradford your Coun- the school history students. Minutes of last read and constipation, sluggishness, headache, local people would take advantage of '
meeting
week and examined before Judge Gar- ty Abstract Co. 1192t. Books new and old will be accepted.The adopted.The coated tongue or sour stomach. Your the offers made in the various collections -

diner, and Tuesday he was taken to Historian will a little later pub- roll druggist says if you don't find Dod and plant the shrubs about their
called and the follow-
Chattahoochee.Paul lish a list of desirable books, with publishers' was son's Liver Tone acts better than hor- homes. In
at the
improving
the asylum Engineer H. B. Weest, of Hampton, ing named comrades answered presentviz. grounds of a .,
was in Starke Wednesday. prices.As .: W. T. Weeks, T. P. Register, rible calomel your money is waiting dwelling all that is needed is a start *
Powell, a former Starke boy, is rumors of the book shower have John Croft. L. U. Morgan, Henry for you. (12-4%) and the growing plants will furnish interest \.
the Big Four Rail- gotten out, a few books have already in the work and it Will continue.____.
now employed by Arthur Hoffman, of Jacksonville, Varnes, J. M. Rimes, F. C. Haislop L. nn \
way, with headquarters at Cleveland, spent Sunday in Starke with his par- been. received. W. Kickliter, J. W. Wells, D. G. Kelley A negro in charge of R nursery at
is son of Mrs. The first one, in gracious responseto Messrs. N. H. Stokes and I. L. Thomas West Palm Beach was asked for
0. This young man a ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. S. F. Morgan, J. I. Dubose, W. D. some
,, Kate Powell, who lived here for many a request from the historian in No- Dukes, D. J. Byrd. of the Miller section, were busi- information regarding a' special variety .. 'I
vember President Woodrow Wilson !- '
by ness visitors to Starke Monday. Mr. of shrub. He
years. Robert Nixon, of Toronto, Can., one Delegates to go to Washington City could: not fill the
of our regular winter visitors, is in an autographed" copy of his reunion were elected as follows: T. P. Stokes is the Telegraph's correspondent order but he offered the following ad-

Mr. A. L Roberts, whose place is Starke. Mr. Nixon will probably buya "George Washington. Truly a great Register, L. W. Kickliter, J I.. Dubose at Miller and the good people of vice in which we concuri "You get
nucleus about which to build a library. ; that section
south of Lawtey, paid us a visit Mon small farm here. alternates, Varnes are cordially invited to that kind of a plant over on the West
Henry L. U. Morgan -
renewing his subscription. Mr. Another prized gift is an autographed give him all the news in order that it coast from the 'Reasonable' Brothers
day, F. C. Haislop.Mrs. .
Roberts has 2% acres in berries "look MONEY-We negotiate long term copy of "Lorna Carswell," a storyof ll H. H. McCreary, president of may be printed in the Telegraph. nursery. We have bought a lot of
the South citizen Col.
by our C.
fine he says. loans Starke property the stuff from them and they are sure reasonable -
ing on improved U. C. V., came in our and
camp
Peek and also for the Historian
( Hon. has
I one I. W. Pinholster sold his and I that's
and improved farms. Bradford County made an address in behalf of the Jefferson gues.s where they

Break your cold or lagrippe with a Abstract Company.Mr. I General."Two ) Great Southerners". and Davis home association._ _______. which.. ____n will farm at Belmore! Clay county, and got the name." The negro.meant Rea-
few doses of 666. i was highly appreciated.The probably become citizen of soner Brothers and it is 'their ad to
'Father Ryan's Poems" have also been Bradford again at an date. which have
early referred.
and Mrs. C. H. 'Denslow and presented. ladies of the W. T. Weeks chap- we
Ii flock of robins visited Starke children Mr. Otis and Miss Le6nia ter .
A large Another valuable contribution is th" U .D. C., had a sumptuous dinner

Monday, bent on having a good old- Denslow, of Cleveland, 0., are in gift from Rev. L. W. Kickliter, of incomplete prepared for the veterans, for whichwe G -
s fashioned jag off the fermenting china Starkf- for a few weeks' stay. files of the "Confederate heartily thanked them. Then the

I berries. ..But the air rifle squad soon camp broke in good order and fell in
inclusive
Veteran, from 1908 to 1916, ,
U. D. MINER'S
drove them to the woods again. Woolsey's Paints and Varnishes are which the historian hopes to completeand line and marched to Rowand's Cafe to JEWELRY STORE
the best that we can find-that's whywe eat dinner.
R. A. Weeks has returned home from sell them, and in five years' hand- bind, as they contain valuable S. F. MORGAN, Headquarters for

Ark. considerably improved ling we haven't had a complaint.- data.Plans
Hot Springs in health., ,His many friendsare Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. published for later.the book shower will be Adjutant. OPTICAL GOODS 4.

his return. Mr. Weeks
has resumed glad over his duties as deputy coun- You can get hot bread and rolls every -- I PRISONER IN BAD FIX. Eyeglasses and spectacles to suit your sight. Large
day for dinner at the Bakery Shop.

., ty clerk. 1-26-2. f LASS IF IE assortment, different grades, all guarntecd. Also Read-

.I Catts has appointed Flor- '# ADVERTISINGWANTEDMan V Jesse Easter, a white prisoner at the ing Classes Telescopes Goggles Etc. Prices .
Governor of the'rallahasse Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode, of Lawtey county jail, is very ill. Some time ago ., reasonabla.

i, noy Phillips, secretary the were Sunday of Mr. and Easter purloined some cotton at Rai-
Boosters' Club, as a delegate to \guests'! farm. Apply ford, and was several STARKE ,FLORIDA
. Builders' Mrs. L. E. Roberts at their handsome to work on times beset by ,
. convention of American-Road Mass. North Walnut street home. H. L. Stevenson, Route 2, Starke. deputy sheriffs, but on account of his .
be held at Boston, 'J .
S Association to 1-19-tf. marvelous sprinting powers alwaysgot ::::;
received _
has
Thus another Starke boy The Methodist Missionary Society away. He left this county and

distinction. will meet next Thursday afternoon, FOR SALE OR TRADE-First class was later located at Perry. The Taylor

S February 1st, at three-thirty, at the Ford touring.car.. J. E. Wilson, county authorities were notified of his
Everything in lumber and building Methodist church. Starke. 1-26-2t. crime and requested to arrest him. After r -1'
Save moneyS
materials is advancing. several fruitless attempts to catch

by purchasing now. Quigley Lumber Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, Dr. and MONEY-We negotiate long term him, as his legs always were true to

& Supply Co. Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Gainesville, were loans on improved Starke propertyand him. a deputy sheriff shot at him and ti

Next Sunday being the fourth in the 1 recent guests at the home of Mr. and improved farms. Bradford County hit him in the back, the bullet going P-PI
. Abstract Company. through the body. In that conditionhe
4 month, Mr. Barr will fill his regular Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
:I Methodist was brought to Starke, although he

i appointment church. at During the Hampton his absence, Mrs. Don't forget if you want candy, a SEED .PEANUTS.I have the N. C. has a wife living at Perry. THE UNIVERSAL CAR .. j

Barr will conduct Bible reading and cigar, chewing gum, chewing tobacco, Flat Vine Seed Peanuts. They are Easter's'condition is very serious. 1
a
c morning and smoking tobacco or cigarettes, the new crop and sound. Write today The county physician and Sheriff Ep IiThere's
1 explanation, both Sunday. to it. for prices. H. T. Hall, Lowell, Fla. person and Deputy Sheriff Cameronare !I
Bakery Shop is the place get
evening. l-26-2t 12-22-tf. doing the best they can for him. nothing of guessing or speculation in regard 1

far has been un- but the county jail is not a hospitaland to Ford cars. Their practical value! is being I
S While winter so
the
basket ball playerswere FOR SALE-Good clean rice, 20 Ibs. his recovery is doubtful. He is
of town than 1,750,000 Ford Owners
mild freeze yet be expected The out demonstrated by more .
usually a may shouldbe entertained by Mr. and Mrs. G. for $1 Will clean your rice and grind: about 28 years old and has parents liv-
and our berry growers Saturday evening. The your feed on Fridays. One-eighth ing at St. Petersburg. representing every phase of human activity. Ford !
prepared to protect their plants C. Livingston taken'for toll. E. L Ware at Peek's
folks included, Service for Ford Owners is as universal and reliable -
such Starke
an young
in guests 15tf.
a quickly and effectively .mill. .
;, event A day's work protecting the numbered about fifty. HONOR ROLL.: I as the car itself. Dependability and; economy I

strawberry plants, loaded with bloom Legion will FARM FOR SALE-Best kind for in car and service. Better buy sour Ford today- :
- and berries, may be the savingof The Loyal Temperance strawberries. E. Simmonsfi Starge Lower First Grade-Elizabeth Kendrick
young afternoon, February2nd you want it and it will serve you every day,
Friday
hundreds of dollars. meet next strawberries. E. Simmons, Route Virginia Weeks, George Johns, I
school
at the high and ,
at three-fifteen, winter summer.
. 1, Starke. 1,12-7t. Elmer McMillan, Nevin Fryer.
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Miss 01- auditorium. Mrs. Barr will addressthe I Advanced First Grade Curtis Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Couplet $505 ; .

S. r: S leita Cross of Montpelier, Miss., left children the continued, and an story interesting will be chapter read- !FOR SAVE-At a bargain if taken at Johns. Town Car $595, Sedan $645-all f. o. b. Detroit.
Monday afternoon for a trip to Cuba in Second Grade Edwin Gardiner.
{ once-One horse, top buggy, top -
order
Place :
:.;t and points on the East Coast. While by the superintendent.The wagon and one horse wagon. Only Third Grade-Frances Collev, Ruth I your now.

!, ;. in Starke, Miss Cross is the very attractive from Walnut cash deal considered. Jay S. Brown. Poppell, Myrtle Hodges, Lois Williams *

; -i, guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. has dirt erved hauled away to fill in low por- 1-26-lt. Hugh Brownlee, Fannie Darby, Lassi- Starke A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON Florida
S. E. street
5 s V. Long, and her aupt, Mrs. the ter Andrews.
; Brownlee. After her return from Cuba tions of the streets leading to STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE Fourth Grade-Vandi Williams, Lot

: Miss Cross will spend some time hereMr. school house, and adjacent property fill low Klondyke and Missionaries. Fifty Ensey, Allie May Green, Isabel Fer- U'I
owners have been enabled to other varieties, guaranteed true to nandez, Marie Parker, Free Wynn, I

M. A. Warren, of DeFuniak places on their premises. Foreman name and free from disease. All I Abigail Carroll, Hamilton Ritch. f
S Springs, who holds an important position Frank Burnsed, who oversees the pioneer ask is a trial order. Catalog frw. Firth Grade-Louise Andrews, Iris ft
4 of the Rhodesdale Md.
is the dispenser J. Keifford Hall, ,
with the L. & N. railway company' grading, Starke. 1-19-4t Epperson, Sinah Moore. Pearl Cul ii5lzi t
Starke. H. C. Waters, agent
. was in Starke Friday. He had attended stuff that elevates breath, Nellie Motf", Irma Stilley, t

the JMasonic Grand Lodge in Jack Living- FOR SALE-Early speckle velvet Charles Darbv, Julian Canova.
$ from Bradford I Messrs. A. V. Long, G. C Seventh Grade-Augustus Long,
OWil1and being returAd Wed- beans, $3 per bushel. Mature early, I ."
DJ. ,. and J. M. Alvarez I
connty/.jnade Starke a visit. Mr. ston hunting trip very prolific, sure crop. splendid Paul Canova.
1t ByroVof Graham, was here..at J3xtime J-nesday, evening from a county. pasture for summer and fall. Orderat Eighth Grade--Alice Thornton.

ii attending the Confederate rejyl r t& Pumpkin swamp, Lafayette the trip, but once, supply limited. Selected seed Note-By mistake last month the i

: ion, and Mr. Warren accompanied hml i The party fared well on to captureS corn $2.50 per bushel. 0. L. Mizell, name of Carlyle Ritch of the lower

a.i S me to' visit Mrs. Byrd, who is hi!the deer they had intended The trip was Dukes, Fla. l-26-5t. first grade was omitted from honor .
; sister. S not materialize. roll. .

made in Mr. Alvarez's Buick. .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA._ FR1IAY,. J.\Xl"\RY 26, Un, .
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El f I Bradford County Farms and Farmers





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- I" I. FIVE CARLOADS OF BERRIES VACCINATION CAMPAIGN BRADFORD 1 COUNTY BOY MAKES THE A SPLENDID STOCK FARM COLONEL ROGERS VISITS .O}

NEAR GREEN COVE SPRINGS THE ; '
: FROM PLANT CITY MONDAY BECOMING STATE-WIDE STATE PRISON FARM T.

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1 t c t LARGEST SINGLE_ DAY MOVEMENT MOVEMENT STARTED- BY BANK HIGHEST YIELD CORN CLUB CONTESTCARL PROPERTY CONSISTS OF 12,000 SAYS THE SPATE-MAY WELL BI f.t

l : OF 5E.50'GGRE I OF STARKE WILL BE TAKEN ACRES, NOW ALMOST ENCLOSED PROUD OF THE WORK BEI.\G.t

J t : GATING 26, ;5 QUARTS. I L'P IN OTHER COUNTIES.It ,WITH 5-FOOT FENCE. DONE AT STATE FARM.

. I BROWN'. OF DUKES GOT FIRST PRIZE IN FLORIDA- 'I
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j PLANT CITY, Jan. 2;.-Five carloads appears that the hog vaccination GEORGIA CONTEST. (Green Cove Times.) (Orala Banner.)

>. of strawberries were shipped! ; campaign started ty the Bank of Monday the editor of the Times, in Colonel Robert F.

! from Plant City yesterday, and the Starke ia Bra ford county is in a fairway I I I -l-.d s v-'R-r.'wsy awarded short term scholar- company with Capt. J. E. Brock, went president of the Ocala Robert, fonner
< niih incident the berries I to result in a spread to the entire MACON. Gs, Js! board of
to getting tray
of Agricul- Farms tract whichis has
Walkill
t.1te'lIege the
i the to ,
: : out just returned
%
'a from
: :: r
ara.r :;
c.f Dike : a
j : packed and iced kept a Email army of j state and that hereafter fanners, I t. eleven Georgia boys fenced and gotten into two din
the f.t1. = s"t': at :4 t' x x' Ae:!$ now being visit to the state prison farm
rode :
j men !busy: at the platform all the af- j| r.teraoon. < only in Bradford county, butthroughout highs. j't near$zj,
ice lines and eight monstrous stock farm. The
: 6' aleng for
: The offerings the state, will be able toha1f !least cos: c f I:'\ a:':: : ::': ;, r co. ;: .,; ctBoys' +:: : $ shape a ford.He
day's aggret -(
i } .,'ri.r3 hw$ N.ero awarded thorough- farm consists of twelve thousand acres that it
'i CI :t'$ 5 ::: l:a1 : says is
Ce C\1 a <
gated 2t ,!j;;; quarts the largest, by far I : their pigs vaccinated on a g".arat e c: ..J ,a a rit'hich will be selectedGrorga lying south of town and the hard roadto bids fair to give Florida revelation ar4
In letter E. S. Matthews, which prizes a distitleyre'
the fruit to
J of day since began to a
:. any last November. Weather condi- president of the Bank of Starke the 5obe & F'h' isi 'xr. Ed p"'i1';Sni l-- Farm Demonstrathis Palatka splits it open. In fencingthe reputation in the farming line. .r '
: move = .i: S,_t:' :l'T.: (l. Plunkett, of the tract twenty-five miles of fence has The farm consists of !
Florida of Jacksonville yong wow r- 17,000
. tions have been the serum Company,
propitious past ," :,, r.t'rn & Florida Railway. been built and there is six Three aeret :
" :
three weeks, and unless there be severe writes as follows: els on an acre At a al cJ : ," ::: j'l" .s ;: already yet thousand acres have been dear-1
busheL TIe t :: :' s.'t The complete list of winners in the miles more to build to complete enclosing ed of stumps and h
o i cold, the yield will be very large with- "It may interest you to how that hthe= ya t'f now under a hM }
F.l't's sIs the line: of the Georgia the lands, but in all twenty- state of cultivation. '
in a fchort time. we are going to do in another of the was made iy F.t.: B-s. : y. c.r Two thousand ad. *
One feature of yesterday's movement larger co ties of the state practically tecra, TW-rer ce:;:::. ireis. wh. 5-'.: i'rn & Fk''i Railway, was an- five miles more of fencing will be put :ditional' acres are being cleared ia the '

, was the fact that the first solid he same thing as the Inter-State Vaccine prodJced i 5-3.6.3 ts.e1s s.: s ca: rj ::",="iJ i SS fi'IIc\\"s h' Fire President ,up, including the cross fences. The I I same excellent manrer. Not a stmm I
. is in 37 7-S cent t .heL s.L ie -enl I:1r.lgt'r John B. :-'Iun-: fencing built by Mr. Brock is probablythe I is to be seen anywhere. These
refrigerator car was sent out. It contained Company doing your county, per add. s
\FA crates, and was sent to Bos- and we have several other good stock TIe Georgia So::ther.: & F''riyt's."n: best fence in Florida. It is of tional acres will be planted this yew

,: ton. It was loaded by the Plant City counties lining up, so it would seem Georgia C.::::.. Yield (Bu.) Cost mesh wire, two strands of tight at I to velvet beans, peas, peanuts, etc. \
the bottom above the mesh wire
that have 'started As and Seven thousand acres
j Growers' Association, and was sold at you something. bu. are now under ,
acre
. ; a good price f. o. b. Plant City. Buyers soon as everything is settled in the Same Fes,+?=:ce per 75 per 33e two strands of barbed wire are strung, fence and in the course of years the

-, on the platform paid from 15 to 24 county: referred to, and the proper time Emory Clay .Maccn. F.B1b making the fence five feet high. It is entire seventeen thousand acres win be
Lionel! Arnold ____.._Flowersvi e Houston *1.1
1 cents yesterday, but the average for arrives, we intend to send the Bradford 6.3 J8c. built on a perfect line and the postsare under a high! state of cultivation. It U l

.; f-" the day was between 20 and 21 cents.! County Telegraph an advertise- Edward Best .Vietra Crisp P*>Iy 2 51c all to be sawed off two inches an immense, proposition, and will be : .

Friday and Saturday the was! ment telling just how the plan worked John Stephens .Cordele .s from the top of the wire to present a farmed in the most thorough '
average -
37'scJohnny manner
Robert Brantley __________Rebecca Turner 83.63
a shade higher, but the large increase how the farmers took to it, etc., 60 M' handsome and symetrical appearance. known to science.

!t l ;;, in output will likely bring the price and we will also give you an article for Conger .Tifton Tin Berrien 43 30c Where the road turns off to Leno The fa-m has now 500 head of cattle
Willie __ P
i lower as the season advances. your news columns if the paper will Hay uuu Nashville. -1 there are three units coming togetherand 700 head of hogs: 78 head of hones
Lowndes:0.6i 23he
" ; ,\ The movement to date: Qts publish same. This article will probably J. D. Studstill .Valdosta each of the three enclosures will and mules and improved farm implements ,
Echols 33 4ocCurtis -
t i : Previously 1 reported ____u___216,277 be written by three persons, who A. J. Pierce .Dayton ; have a large gate with handsome cement ate rreught into requisition *
1 _______ 67. li.3c u
i January 19 __________________ 12,480 are about as well versed in the use of Tomlinson _Stockton Clinch posts so that stock can be trans- needed. Two oil engines water ..
Cuba Crews.St. Charlton 73'i 30c pump ,
January 20 _UUuu_______- 16,960 serum as anyone. One of the.writers George ferred from one unit to another without grind sugar cane, corn and ensilage .

January 22 _.._._..______.._. 26,576 will probably be Dr. Chas F. Dawson, Florida trouble. for the silos.
,.1 l ', our state veterinarian." Ray Haddock uuuuuuAndreW's Nassau 70.70 36c The Walkill Farms is the individual Two 250 horse power boilers .
run the
Leonard W. Thomas uuBaldwin Duval 45.75 55c
r Total 272,293 If the efforts of the Bank of Stark property of }Ir. R. L. Dollings, of dynamos that furnish
; --------------------- '' electricity
Gerald Frye ______--West' Tocoi 48 30c to ?
Clay
1 Io to result help in Bradford a system county that will farmers safeguard shall Shep: Mikell .Olustee Baker 45 30e Hamilton, Ohio, who says he is going light up the entire campus; to furnish

f' %. the swine of the Carl Brown ________________Dukes Bradford 80.38 16c
entire
industry state (Continued 5.
\ ;' 4 .. it will indeed have "started some Reuben Green _________Lake City Columbia 18 52c on Page ) (Continued on Page 5.) :-

; J ; *, GIVE US THE FARM NEWS. 'I thing." In the United States John Hubner __ __.Florahome Hamilton 35 52c P "***" .."-"" *** M B .

,, 4., million dollars every Paul Smith ---___________Jennings Putnam 77.14 16c 'u.;! !
; year seventy-one worthof
;>J :f. The farmers of Bradford county '!.- hogs die from cholera. The state u J

j r l/ are invited to help us maker -;, of Florida probably suffers in this
', VALUABLE PAMPHLET.The BEDDING CATTLE SAVES MONEY. Cholera
: this big The sale 4L Hog
1 page a success. l waste to the amount cf half a million. j
'1 -;, or enlargement of farms in your 1> -

) k \ neighborhood, the coming in of ; PREPARE YOUR SWEET POTATO Telegraph has received "rom the Bradford county cattle owners who f5

:,i '''I\ 4, new people and something of 4. SEED BED SOON. University of Florida agricultural ex- are not sheltering and bedding their The man who is vaccinating his hogs is the man who U making the money out

; their plans, the success you have .;. tension a pamphlet entitled "Peanutsin cattle are pocketing a big loss every of hogs. The man who is not a believer in Serum and Virus is still losing pigs and F

:y i i, 4l'l had with certain kinds of fertilizer .;. Florida," by A. P. Spencer and W. year, by reason of their failure to save sows by the wholesale from Cholera a disease which can absolute) be prevented by i
With the Irish the use of this Serum
high-priced potato treatment together with sanitary precautions. How mock
--; or with any particular E. Brown. The pamphlet is a classicon the best fertilizer that can be appliedto
boosting the sweet potato to a better money did you or your neighbor lose from Cholera last year? If it did cot strike -.
breed of cattle
f I or hogs, and doz- peanut growing and treats exhaustively their lands.T. .
price just now, many farmers in the your herd last year, do not think you will always be so fortunate. It may get you :
e 4ens of other matters makes good '! state are making plans to sweet every phase of the subject. It A. Crawford, a progressive far- any time. It may get every hog you have. And you could' have aired them all for ::
: sr news for this page. An exchange grow should be read by farmer. We and
in every !ner strawberry grower living five a few dollars spent for Serum. :
potatoes larger quantity for next
r
'L 4of ideas covering various mat- season's market. regret that its length makes it unprac- miles west of Starke, has learned the Did you know that the United States Bureau of Anima Industry expended mil- ,
f '/ ten that affect the business off They are very likelyto tical for us to reproduce its contentsin importance of bedding his cattle. He lions of dollars\ in an effort to find some means of comVatling Hog Cholera and
bring and
a good price dif-
; 4. fanning will be helpful to one ficult to are not the Telegraph, but any person who owns about twenty head and has con- found that the only practical and scientific method of dealing with the swine plague

i -;, another and the Telegraph invites start grow. The chief thing is to wishes a copy of the pamphlet will structed a shelter large enough to give is by the use of Serum and Virus. Did you know that the State of Florida, through

/ 1, you to make this page a clearing K.right.C. receive one by writing to Prof. P. H. them comfortable quarters. Last win- the State Board of Health distributed many thousands of dollars: of Serum to let the

t '* house of ideas and experiences. McQuarrie, state agent for cooperative Rolfs, director University of Florida ter he bedded the cattle on turf and farmer know that there'wu at last a way around Cholera Governments do not

; 4 The wives and daughters of our u demonstration work to the Agricultural Extension, Gainesville.Asthat muck hauled from spend money to promote fakes There must be something to Serum Well, Mr. Hog
a In
: 4. fanners are also invited to contribute University of Florida Experiment Sta- department has assued oth- the near-by pond. Owner are you going to take old Bill Brown's word for it and let him tell yon that '-
,1 : 4 to the Their ; tion, says the farmer should make the many I spring he had enough fertilizer Serum will not do the work, just because some of his hogs! which had been lick for
; valuable
'( : iences with page. expert seedbed in time to have "draws" ready er pamphlets, a cataloguemay .to apply to eleven acres of cotton. The a week or ten days, were not saved, or are you going to take us at our word and be-
poultry, butter making be aked for, from which other yield from this
'. for setting by early April. If the cotton averaged 1100 lieve that Serum is a preventive for Hog Cholera and not a CURE. A good numberof
i and other matters will 4'L books .
I prove may be chosen. pounds to the acute of ;"
cases Cholera be
cured
weather acre. can with Serum but the Is
i ... I 4' interesting to one another. > 'v remains cold during February, owner lucky when he f
the making of the bed will have to be saves more than sixty-five per cent of his hogs-but he is careless if he does not pre
; 4We
: invite you to write and ? FIVE TO vent one hundred per cent of eases of Cholera in his herd. Eventually will find f:
"I postponed until early March. THINGS EACH FARM HOME DISCUSS FARM LOAN ACT. you r
\ write.often.
Let's make the farm 4 out that
i we are trying to talk good sound "Horse Sense"
Make the bed the south side SHOULD HAVE. to you; so why not believe $
; <' page the most poular one of the 1- on of a us now, and send in your order for enough of the "Dixie Brand" Serum to immunise Ii:
'. .r % building or of a tight board fence Ji
Telegraph. Fanning is the biggest 4 so With more for All farmers and other every hog on your place. If he's worth a Quarter he is worth vaccinating, when "
that the money our staple inter-
;i } oj '\, r., business of the county. Why 4> Clear sun can keep the soil warm. crops than we have ever before obtained ested throughout the county persons are urged you use "Dixie Brand." Other Serums cost more and oft-n times are not so good. ?s

; 1 4 not make the news about it the 4' a space four feet wide and as the question of how best to make to meet at the county court house in "Dixie Brand" is made under Government Supervision and must be good before it :.
long think can be placed
as Level the the
I '/ most interesting part of the coun- 4l you necessary. use of our prosperity the Starke at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, on market Our Vaccinating outfits are also the best to be had.
things for
; r 4 ty paper? 9 ground for the bed but see that no which January 27th, to hear a discussion and Serum l'/i cents per C. C. (Dosage 30 C. C. to the 100 !Ib. hog). Serum Syringes ,
we best
'- I" water stands on or near it during all may to advantage expend full explanation whereby, under the (Glass barrel or all metal of the standard makes) $3.50; Virus Syrinjes all glass or

} / 4 4,1> 4, 14)1> 4. 4, _; f, rainy weather. Set a frame made often : some of our surplus funds, is one rural credits law, farmers can obtain with the metal cue and glass barrel, $1.60 and $3 respettively : thermometer $1.00. "
... or twelve inch boards standing on well worth considering. Here we wishto long term loans on farm property ata Corkscrew on neck of every bottle of Serum. Write us bout anything you don't ':"

j edge over the cleared space and stakeit offer five suggestions: low rate of interest. understand We answer questions on all livestock diseases if posable.i {

n 1 TEST YOUR SEED CORX. in place. Place a four inch layer of 1. Paint the farm buildings. Paint The discussion will be led by Col. ...

horse manure in the frame and coverit comparatively little, but it adds C. L. Peek and Attorney J. C. Poppell. Florida Serum

Ii, Farmers who have bought their seed with a few inches of soil, then tramp immeasurably to the appearance of the D. 0. McRAE, Company !
Sec.
it solid. place. Not this Treas. Local Association.
If
corn should test it thoroughly before the weather remains warm I only but painting is DISTRIBUTORS
planting; it is not enough to take the leave the bed this way for a few daysso true economy; money spent for paint OF ANTLHOG CHOLERA SERUM AND LIVE

grower's word for it unless you know that the soil will be as warm as possible means insurance against loss from decay Last week 21 open crates and one 80 STOCK SUPPLIES. :

j. I him to be reliable. Give the corn the when the seed are planted. no less than does money spent for quart refrigerator of ,strawberrieswere

l I. eye tEt and the gemination test. If Since good draws for the first plant- fire insurance mean insurance against shipped from Starke, C. S. Dur- 137 W. FOURTH ST.,

I you have not bought seed ing are essential for making a good fire losses. ling furnishing the greater part of the
your corn,
: J do !it now so you will have time to test crop, only high grade seed must be 2. Plant grass, flowers and trees. shipments. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

r1 it, is the advice of A. P. Spencer, as- : used. Place them in the bed carefullyso In land where we may have green

sistant director of the University of they do not touch each other and lawns the year round, we have too often Collards and cabbage WE ARE HOME PEOPLE AND
are sent from OUR PRICES
they will not be likely to rot. ARE; BIGHT.
4' Florida extension division. Averagesize been content with hard-baked, bar- Starke in small quantities. .
.: Ears potatoes should be used and those ren yards instead of carpets of
well
I' filled out, kernels plump] green; -{. .
E larger than should be snlit the r
and sound and average in a land of flowers, we have used i
l firmly attached to i
f' firm, well colored cob, are signs'quality off long way and placed with the cut side these all too little to add to the beauty -
in down. After placing the seed, cover of our farm homes; with a wealthof
Ears with
corn. kernels
it with a thin layer of sail. Over this beautiful trees to draw if- ___
,
loose on the cobb and weak in color upon, the '
place a thin layer of horse manure and cool
tree-bordered lane
t should be rejected without.further or avenue of I :
another thin
i testing. Damp and soft cobs mean bushel of seed layer will of soil.be sufficient Ordinarilya for home pecans is or all oaks too leading rare. up to the farm We

g low vitality in corn. Want To
an acre.
3. Put in Know
After waterworks. As a saver
E the
selecting best ears by the If the weather is dry sprinkle the of labor, tired backs and
: sight test worry, run-
you are ready to make the seed beed ,
occasionally. After the ning water is of the ;
one greatest of
germination test. Six kernels taken sprouts show above the ground and be- all boons. Systems may be installedat 'I

I! from different rows on the ear are gin to grow well, soil should be added a cost ranging from
sufficient for the test and by using the $18 up, and The
few Bank of
every days to make long-necked whatever the cost, within Starke would like
reason the to know
testing box, the percentage of germi- draws. By this method a rapid growthof investment is whether or not the straw- :

nation can be determined in a few the draws is made and they will be talk the waterworks a good one.question Why over not berry growers wish us to continue the market bulletin service have

days.It. ready for setting out in early April. with Mother today? We know she'll supplied for the past two seasons. We we ;
to be sure about seed want
pays corn- you to write in
not object. us or come
't
test every ear before planting. PLANT CITY SECURED. SPECIAL 4. Install a good lighting system. and tell us whether you think it has been of value
RATE ON CANNED GOODS. has been of to you or not. If it
For our part because of convenience no value there is
no
earthly for
CLEAN UP. use
cleanliness us to spend time and '
and
t What about that "junk" piled about The railroad simplicity, we would money in getting it out. We had
.
commission has approved prefer electric lights for the farm expected that the Office of Markets
your farmyards, against buildings or special rates on canned fruits home, though the first cost is higher would have a representative here this .
under trees, and the that is \
machinery and season to
vegetables from Plant than supply
City to for other systems. a bulletin service -
taking all the weather as it comes? If Jacksonville in Acetylene but are in receipt pf letter
order to lights a from
thcanning
permit e too, are excellent, and the cost the Chief of
: lack shed the
you room, why not take the factory at Plant of Office saying
City to meet installing is that
considerably less than I they have
off all machines no
tongues and appropriation
you can competition with water for the for this
rates from electric lights. If neither elec- purpose. This
see if can't in the leaves it to
you get everything Baltimore and thus the Bank of up
encourages the tricity nor acetylene Starke
be to
can used, there urnish the
K dry somehow, and then gather up all building up of big canning industry i in are improved kerosene lamps that the service, and we now leave it to'
the scrap and refuse lumber and put it Florida. be had may growers as to whether up
shall
for a few dollars and that we do it
can or
into the woodshed, and mow all the "It is the of the be think not. Tell us what
purpose railroad depended upon to make good lights. of it, and please tell you
weeds near the house. Meanwhile see us soon. It
commission to do
all in
its power to 5. Provide requires little
good a
reading time
matter for
if your self respect is not measurably bulletin service to get our
secure freight rates that will tend to the whole family. Truly we might organized.

increased before you get through with build up new industries in the state have placed this first of all, for books '

the job.-The Progressive Farmer. ft is believed that factories for the and papers and magazines are the wine -

canning of fruits and vegetables ca dows through which look
,t we out
upon
Painful Cough Relieved be made a great success in Florida I II the world and its progress. Five dollars THE BANK OF

Dr. King's New Discovery is a I and such rates will be secured and approved I a year for books and five dollars STARKE :i
soothing, healing remedy for coughs
: from time to time as may be for papers and magazine for each
I and colds that has stood the test for \
to permit such factories horse
necessary to
we plow, or ten dollars for the THE
a, nearly fifty years. For that cough develop, so far as the freight rate sit on -horse farmer, twenty dollars for BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE.
that strains the throat and the "
saps uation is concerned. the two-horse farmer ,1
and is
so on
a
vitality try Dr. King's New Discov This will be read with interest by safe rule and one by which we DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF

ery. The soothing pine balsams andmild the farmers and fruit and vegetable well guide ourselves. Let's never may for- FLORIDA, THE COUNTY OF :

:- laxative ingredients soon drive growers, and by proper cooperationall get that the child brought up with a BRADFORD AND THE TOWN OF '
.
the cold from the system. Have a the products that have been count love for good reading matter is most STARKE

"f, bottle on hand for winter colds, croup, ed waste in this section can be utilizedin likely to develop into the educated, ', l A. M. Darby, Vice Fret E.

grippe and bronchial affections. At future and at a profit to grower thinking, successful man or woman. : S. Matthew., Pre.. T.C H.

t your druggist, 50c.< (2) and manufacturer.. The Progressive Farmer. Halligan, Ca'hierJ1



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE NINE

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--- ------ ---- ------ defendants the unlrn -- haved model and carried it off upstalrsThen she thought ofloyaflittle Connie
as a pledge of the ancient sobbing
I + will offer for Btle in front nf the court-
and honorable. The twins were gracious came back and sat down by the table. all through the long night, the tears LEGAL NOTICES house in Starke Florida djring the legal hours

PRUDENCE but firm. There was no arguing But her face bore marks of tears, and came to her eyes again. She went + + + + + 'PcLERK'S+ + + + + + + + + + of. sale.D. 1917 on Monday to the hghe the Eth and day best of bidder February.A. for. C

and no faltering. "It Is the will of she had no appetite. The twins had quickly to the telephone and called up Starke.REPORS.December 1. 1916. cash the following descriWd property to-wit:

9Pt1e> 'Skull and Crossbones that the damseldo felt small liking for their food before; the school building nest: door to the Report of the clerk of the circuit court in Said land situated. lymir and being in the
'! county of Bradford ant State of Florida towit -
each mouthful seemed to choke and for Bradford county florida, on account
now
this they would say. And the parsonage. : The southeast quarter of the northeast
assessed for the 1916.
PADSONAQ'- damsel did It. them. But they dared not ask a ques- "May I speak to Constance Starr, ,of taxes B.year M. DOWLIXG. quarter of section fourteen (U). in Townshipfive
(5) South. of Range twenty (20) east.
Prudence did not feel it was a case tion. They were devoutly thankful Mr. Imes?" she asked. "It is very important Tat Collector. Also the south half of the southeast quarter.

that called for her interference. So when Fairy finally voiced their interest. This is Prudence, her sis County Proper and the southeast quarter of the southwest
bal due County Proper
to
I- -f''i 'o she sat back and watched while the "What Is the matter? Has Connie ter." And when Connie came to the Nov.Fund 1. ((1916 tax book) __________ 9f 4S.7t quarter(5) South of Section of Ranee thirty entyne(\\01: Township(21) east five

I14# twins told stories, read and frolicked, been in mischief telephone, she cried :'"Oh, you blessed By amt collected ---I---------------| 642.43: containing one hundred and sixty (lOOt acres

and Constance did their dally tasks.A "It's worse than that" faltered Prudence little child why didn't you tell me? Dec. 1. to bal due __________________ 9.104.3: more. or less. E.1.. JOHNS.

week passed, ten days and twelve. tears rushing to her eyes again. Will you forgive me, Connie? You're DrainageNov. Special Master.JNO. .
bal dui County Drainage
to
Then came a golden October afternoon "Why, Prudence I What In the world a. dear, sweet, good little darling, Fund 1. ((1916 tax book ________ 4.1 :3-Sft C. COOPER A EON.

JEST when the twins sat in the haymow I has she done?" that's what you are." By amt collected ___________________ 596.53 And A. V. LONG

looking out upon a mellow world. Constance "I may as well tell you, I suppose- "Oh, Prudence I" That was all Connie Dec. 1. to bal due _________________ 3586.97
was in the yard, reading a fairy later. County Road and Bridge NOTICE OF IINAL DISCHARGE
you'll have to know it sooner or said, but something In her voice '
The Nov. 1. to bal due County Road and Six months after .1- I will present to the
story. situation
was a tense one, She-went out Into Avery's orchard made Prudence hang up the receiver __Bridge Fund (1916 tax book) 11.361.67 Hon. Geo. A. Card as County Judge of

_____ 'I for the twins were hungry, and time and stole some apples this afternoon.I quickly, and cry bitterly! By amt collected _______ 972.03 Bradford county F orda. my \ouehcrj and
final accounts as -\dm'Iillratrh: of the estate
was heavy on their hands. was back In the alley seeing if Mrs. That noon Prudence pronounced I Dee. 1, to bal due __________________10,389.64 I. of S. J. Sternburg. It
"The apple trees in Avery's orchardare Moon could do the washing, and I saw judgment on the sinners, but her eyes : Outstanding Indebtedness Fund Florida deceased aid ask to be discharged

just loaded," said L rk. "And her from the other side. She went and Lark had. Nov. 1. to bal due Outstanding Indebtedness as such Admin lltrt.tri.t.
twinkled for Carol Fund ((1916 tax book) ? 6059.55 This the 18th day tf August 1916.

there are lots on the ground, too. I from tree to tree, and when she got scolded each other roundly for giving By amt collected __________________ 518.42 ANGiE STER BURG.
n./ saw them when I was out In the field There's Administratrix of the estate of S. J. Stern-
she no
this through the fence ran. things away Dec. 1. to bal due __________________ 5,541.13 burg deceased. 8-18-6ra
morning. mistake about it-ffie confessed. The "Connie should have refused to obey County School -a

Carol gazed down into the yard twins looked in but Pru Conniein Nov. 1. to bal due County School
up agony, you she said gently, holding NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
where Fund (1916 tax book) ____________21.208.42
Constance was absorbed in her dence's face reassured them. Con- has been ___ Six months after th's! date .to-wit, on the
her arms. "But she punIshed By amt collected ________________ 1.814.41
book. "Constance oughtn't to read as have told 29th day of January. 1917 I will! present t.
stance had told no tales. "I than enough. But you
much more to bal due ________________19393.95 the Honorable George A. Gardiner as County
she does "It'sso Dee. 1.
as she argued. her she must spend all of her time up- twins In the first place, I right now County Poll Judge of Bradford County, Florida my vouchers -

bad for the eyes." stairs alone for a week, taking her abolish the Skull and Crossbones for- Nov. 1. to bal due County Polls (1916 and final accounts .s executor of the: last

"Yes, and what's more she's been tax book ________________________ 1. 10.00 will and testament of W. It. Rjvrrs deceased
(Copyright by the Bobbs-MerrUl Com- meals there, too. She will go to school, ever and ever." And you cannot playin By amt collected ___________________ 31.00 and ask to be discharged as such executor.
nanv.) getting off too for the last few This the Hat day of July, 1918.
easy of course, but that is all I want her the barn again for a month. And

.- SYNOPSIS. days. The time is nearly up." to see the awfulness of it. I told herI you must go over to the Averys this Dec. 1. to bal Total due _Sub____School___________ 1,179.00 Executor of the last Will J.and z:.Testament FUTCH. ot

"That's so," said Lark. "Let's call didn't think we wanted to eat with- afternoon and tell them about it, and Nov. 1. to bal due Total Sub School W. H. Rivers deceased. 7-2S-6mo.: ,

CHAPTER I-Prudence Starr eldest of her up here." This was done at once And must (1916 tax book) ________________ 7987.35 :; -
for the
five motherless girls comes to the Meth- and the unfortunate Constance stood pay apples. you By ant collected: _________________ 63.41: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
odUt parsonage at Mount Mark, as house send all of your spending money for

mother for her father, the Methodist min before them respectfully, as they had the next month to that woman who is Dec. 1. to bal due ________________ 7363.94 Department at Gainesville.of the}'a.Interior. EM. Sf.Vj. S.1916.Land Office

uter. instructed her to stand. The twins for the bad little Total Sub School Bonds Notice is hereby given that J'xieph Starling
gathering up things Nov. 1. to bal due Total Sub School of Lawtey Florida. who -4pril 26. 1912.
hesitated each secretly hoping the schoolthatwill book) ____________ 6,094.34 rn '
CHAPTER 11-The girls entertain a visiting children in the reform bonds (1916 tax made Homestead Entry. No. 050513 for E4{ .f
minister at luncheon. to his discomfiture. other would voice the order. But Lark, help you remember what happensto By amt collected _______.:._______ 307.75Dee. of NE1' and N4 of SE'l. Section 4. Town-
Carol, ol the twins. rides the ship 6 S, Range 23 E meridian
one Tallahassee
as usual was obliged to be the spokesman. -
habitof _____________
family cow with disastrous results.cIiAP'rEa boys and girls who get in the 1. to bal due ____ 5,786.59 has filed notice of intention tl) make Three-
... taking things on the spur of the moment Fine and Forfeiture Fund year proof to establUh Caim! to'the land above
Irl-Prudence and "Damsel," she said, "it is the will of Nov. 1. to bal due Fine and Forfeiture described before the Clerk Circuit Court at
Fairy receive Fund 11916 tax book __ ____ 4,544.66By
f Starke. Florida. the IGth of ,
the Ladles' Aid society while Lark, Skull and Crossbones that you hie ye this amt collected __________ 488.81 on day February
of -
Carol and Connie practice modeling In The twins accepted all graciously 1917.Claimant
mud on the dining room table. to yonder orchard-Avery's I mean- that which referred to _______ names a* wit nesses':
__ _
except i Dee. 1. to bal due _____ 4055.85 W. C. Ward. of Sthrte. Flo i.la.
and bring hither some of the golden confessing their sin to their neighbors.That W. T. WEEKS. C. C. Howard. of Slar!... FlopMa.
CHAPTER IV. apples basking in the sun." I(Seal) Clerk. F. Sassee. of Starke. Florida
did hurt 1 The twins were so superior -
By R. A. WEEKS.
Wm. G. Starr, of Stacks, Florida.
"What
Connie startled
ejaculated couldn't Deputy Clerk.
and admirable I They KOBT. t. DAVIS.
A Secret Society. out of her '
respect. bear to ruin their reputations. But. 1-5-5t. Registrar.
Carol and Lark, in keeping with Carol frowned. '
,, Prudence stood firm, in spite of their CLERK'S REPORT. j
their twlnship were the dearest chums Connie hastened to modify her tone. .. ( Starke. January 1. 1917. t
weeping and walling. And that afternoon of the clerk of the Circuit court in MASTER'S S4LB
and comrades. To them the great, "Did they say you might have them?" .n .G.4s two shame-faced sorry girls I nd Report for Bradford county. Florida. on account Hereby notice is given that'under and by

rambling barn back of the parsonagewas she Inquired politely. I of taxes assessed for the year 1916.B. virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure -
..4_ :,' ..(1.1I crept meekly In at the Avery's. door to M. DOWLI G. made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial
a most delightful 1ace. It had a "That concerns thee not; 'tis for thee make their peace. Tax Co Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting

big cowshed on one side, and horse only to render obedience to the ordersof r ..n Tax Collector. in the Circuit Court for Bradford County.
"But about the Skull and Crossbones, Florida on the 20th! My of D. ,'mber. A. D.
stalls the other with "heavenly"haymow ..,A County Proper
on a the Society. Go out through our "
in favor of The American
it's mostly punishment for me, Prue Dee. 1. to bal due County Proper 1916. Trust Company -
over all, and with "chutes" tot field and sneak under the fence where "for the twins Fund _____________--____________ 9,004.34 a corporation: administrator of the es-
the descent of hay-and twins! the wires are loose, and hurry back. said Connie regretfully, By amt collected ____________________ 143.39 late of G. F. Markillie, deceased as complain-
have been in It ever since we came to ant. and against S. A. Douglas, Alma Douglass -

Now the twins had a secret societyof We're awfully hungry. The trees are :Mount Mark, and I never got in at all Jan. 1. to bal due ________________ 8,860.95 and J. H. SeartoroiiKh as defendants the .;
which they were the founders, the near the fence. There isn't dan- Drainage undersigned as Special ,ilaster will offer for
any
And I wanted them to call me Lady Dee. 1. to bal due County Drainage sale in front of the eOQrt house in Starke

officers and the membership body. Its ger." '. Magdalena Featheringale." And Con Fund _____________________________ 3,586.97By Florida, during the level hours of sale on
name was Skull and Crossbones. Lark "But it's stealing," objected Connie. amt collected ------------------ Monday. the 5th day of February A. D. 1917.
nie sighed. to the highest and best bidder for cash the

furnished the brain power for the or- "What will Prudence-" 1's Jan. 1. to bal due _________________ 3586.97 following described property to-wit:
ganization, but her sister was an enthusiastic "Damsel !" And Connie turned t1t County Road and Bridge Said land lying and bring in the county of

and energetic'second. Car with (Continued Next Week.) Dee. 1. to bal due County Road and Bradford and the state of Florida to-wit: The
obey in her heart. /b
despair Bridge Fund _____________10389.64 west half of the northwest quarter of seetioa
ol's club name was Lady Gwendolyn, "Bring twelve," Carol called after By amt collected ________________ 165.46 twenty-five (25). of Township five (Ii) South
and Lark's was Sir Alfred Angelcourt her "that'll be four apiece. And hurry of range nineteen (19) east, containing eighty
,
Jan. 1. to bal due __________________10, 2U8 (80)) acres more or lean.
ordinarily, although subject to frequent Connie. And see they don't catch you -I OnUlanding Indebtedness Fond E. M. JOINS I

change. The old barn saw stirring while you're about It." <*> CHURCH DIRECTORY. Dee. 1. to bal due County Outstanding Special Master.
"I Got What I Could and Ran." Indebtedness Fund _______________ 5541.13 JNO. C. COOPER & SON. !
times after the coming of the new parsonage After she had gone the twins lay BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, By amt collected ___________________ 288.24 And A. V. LONG. i

family. back thoughtfully on the hay and a thief-just yet I said we must get school 9:45 <$> Solicitors for Plaintiff; 1-5-51.
Sunday a. m.
pastor. :
Jan. 1, to bal due __________________ 5,252.89County .
"Hark I Hark I" sounded a hissing stared at the cobwebby roof above used to the idea of it first She Is Sunday morning service, 11:00 School

whisper from the corncrib, and Connie, them in silence for a while. Somethingwas heartbroken but-I must make her (> o'clock; Sunday evening service, Dee. 1, to bal due County School MASTER'S SAL .

outside the barn shivered them but whether It <3> 7:00 B. Y. P. U. Sunday even- Fund ________________19.393.95By Hereby notice is given that under and by
eavesdropping hurting was it I"That ,
see ;
____
amt collected _______________ 308.85Jan. vlrt'ie of that certain final decree of foreclosure
sympathetically. their fear of the wrath of Prudence, was the end of supper. No <$> ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening <$> made by the Juilpe of the Eighth Judicial

"What is it Oh, what Is It?" walled or the twinges of tender conscienceswho one attempted to eat another bite. 3> prayer service, 7 o'clock. EVErybody 1. to bal due _____________...19085.10 Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting.
cordially invited to attend. > County Polls in the Circuit Court for Bradford County. ,
the unfortunate lady. can say?" After the older girls had gone into the 4, Dec. 1. to bal due County Polls.____ 1,179.00By Florida. in the 4th day of January A. D. 1917,

"Look I Look I Run for your life!" "She's an unearthly long time aboutIt sitting room Carol and Lark went Coleman amt collected ___________________ 20.00 in favor of J. Regenstein Company a corporation -
CHRISTIAN H. ,
Then while Connie clutched the barn ," exclaimed Lark at'last "Do you. about their work with stricken faces. <> pastor. Preaching the first and i> Jan. 1. to bal due __________________ 1159.00 Hopiion, as and complainants.B. B. Hopson.and as against defendants.Fannie the L.

door in a frenzy, there was a sound of suppose they caught her?" They asked if they might speak to 9" third Sundays in each month. i> Total Sub School undersigned. as Special! Muster, will offer for !

rattling corn as the twins scrambled This was an awful thought, and the Constance, but Prudence went in with '?> Morning service, 11 o'clock; even- 1> Dee.Fund 1. _to-__bal___ due_____Total_____Sub_____School_--___ 7363.94 sale Florida.in front during of the the li-iml court hours house of in nale Starke on

silence low thud and suffocated. But her. The service 7 o'clock church _______________ .
upward a a an girls were temporarily them to say good night to ing ; By amt collected Moniay the 5th day of February A. D. 1917.

unromantic "Ouch !" as Carol bumpedher they heard the barn door swinging be- twins broke down and cried as they '*> board meeting the first Sunday to the highest and best bit! ___________
Q Jan. 1. to bal due __ 7363.91 described proof rty. to-wit:
head and stumbled. I neath them and sighed with relief. It saw the pitiful little figure with the !> in each month Loyal Daughtersmeet Total Sub School Bonds Said land lying and being in the county of ,

"Are assaulted?" shouted the' was Connie She climbed the ladder wan and tear-stained face. They threw every Friday afternoon at Q Dec. 1. to bal due Total Sub School Bradford and State of Florida ; an undivided ,
you .'!> 4 o'clock; Ladies Aid Society $ Bonds __________________________ 5,786.59By one-'hird interest in the north half of the
bold Sir Alfred, and Connie heard a skillfully, and poured her golden treasure their arms around her passionatelyand I' $ meet first Friday in each month amt collected ____________________ southwest quarter of section six (6), Township

wild scuffle as he rescued his companion before the arch-thieves, Skull and kissed her many times. But they $ school <$> aix (6)) South of Range b'.nt,.two (22) east.
at 3:30 Sunday
p. m; every Jan. 1; to hal due _________________ 5786.59 E. M. JOHNS. }
from the clutches of the old halteron Crossbones. went to bed without saying anything.It Sunday at 10 a. m. Everybody Fine and Forfeiture Fund Special Master.

which she had stumbled. Up the There were eight big, tempting was a sorry night for the twins. .!> welcome to these services. Dee. 1. to bal due Fine and Forfeiture A. V. LONG.

__ ________________
off to 4 Fund _____ __ 4055.85 Attorney for Plaintiff. 1551. '
haymow ladder they hurried, and then apples. The next morning they set By amt collected _________________ 66.18
slid recklessly down the hay chutes. I "Hun Eight!" said Carol sternly."I school, with no chance for anythingbut EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer t

Presently the barn door was flung said twelve." a brief good morning with Connie 4' in charge. Sunday school, Jan. 1. to bal' due _______________ 3,989.67 MASTERS SALE. I
i> 9:45 a. m. morning and W. T. WEEKS. Notice is hereby given that under and by
prayer
; 1
open, and the "society" knocked Connie I "Yes, but I was afraid someone was -gh.t in the presence of Prudence. (Seal) Clerk.
3> sermon 11 o'clock evening prayer virtue of a Final Decree *>f Foreclosure made
;
'flying backward, ran madly aroundthe coming. I heard such a noise through Hplf-way down the parsonage walk, 4 and sermon 7 o'clock choir rehearsal <*> By R. A. WEEKS. and rendered January 4th. 1917. by the Judgeof I.
; Deputy Clerk.
barn a few times, and scurried under -i the grapevines so I got what I could Carol said: f 7 o'clock, Wednesday <$> Circuit the of Circuit Florida.Court in anil of the for Einhth Bradford Judicial County iff' '

the fence and into the chicken and ran for It. There's. three apiecefor "Oh wait a minute, Lark.: I left my .i> evening. Come and worship with
coop. you, and two for me," said Connie, notebook on the table." And Lark Hereby notice is given that under and by Hazen. complainant. and against Susie R. Cone.
I virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure Pear1 Cone Marcus Cone. Obra Cone. Barnard
A little later Connie, assailed! with sitting down sociably beside them on walked slowly while Carol went rush. 4) 4> made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial Cone. Cornelius Cone and Clifton Cone. defendants
(
shots of corncobs, ran bitterly towardthe the hay. Ing back. She found Prudence in the METHODIST L. Z. Barr, Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting : the Tindertiigned will offer for sale
> school 9:45 $> Circuit Court for Bradford County. befoi the court house door at Starke Florida J
? pastor. Sunday a. m. in the
house. "Peeking" was strictly for But Carol rose. "Damsel, begone, kitchen, and whispered :
J> Sunday except bidden when the twins were engagedin she ordered.Vhen Skull and Crossbones "Here-lu-re's a note Prudence.Don't ip Preaching every A 1916, in favor of A. J. Powers as complainant February 6th 1917, to the highest and best
I fourth Sunday of each month; bidder for cash the following described landssituaed !
and against H. B. Bennett. Jr.. Elnara Bennett -
activities. thou canst not yet share read it until after I've gone to
Skull and Crossbones feast, .
I morning service, 11 o'clock; even- 4' Jacksonville Provision Company a corporation in Bradford County. Florida to-wit:
And Connie's soul burned with de the festive board. Rise thee, andspeed. school-at ten o'clock you may read It. J, ing service, 7 o'clock. Prayer I McNerny Grocery Company. a corporation Th.; north half of lut eleven dli) and the ...
I north half of lot t..lvf'12), of Settion ,
sire. She felt that this secret societywas ." Will you promise?" '!' meeting Wednesday evening at 7 $ and Cress Manufacturing Company. se\en
as defendants. the undersigned. as Special <(7)( in Township seven (7i, S R twenty (ZOI y.
threatening not only her happiness -I Connie rose, and walked: soberly Prudence laughed a little, but shepromlsl.d. ':. o'clock. A cordial invitation is Q> Master will offer for sale in front of the C'ast. containing eighty ($<>) acres more or .

but also her health for she could toward the ladder. But before she disappeared and laid the note carefullyaway !' extended to all to worship with $ courthouse in Starke Florida. durin the legal less.
i ,4 hours of sale. on Monday, the 5th day of February E. M. JOHNS. '
not sleep for horrid dreams cf Skulls she fired this parting shot, to wait the appointed hour for us. 4 A. D. 117 to the highest; and best bidder Special Master.

and Crossbones at night, and could not :: "I don't want any of them. Stolen its perusal. As the clock struck ten 4. for cash. the following described property \. Z. ADKINS,
PRESBYTERIAN II. G. Complainant's Solicitor. 1-5-ot.
eat for envying the twins their secret :: apples don't taste very good, I reckon." she went to the mantle and took it '., Denison, pastor. Sunday school, AJ to-wit Said: land lying and being in the county'ofBradford I ,

and mysterious Joys. Finally she applied -I I Carol and Lark had the grace to down. This Is what Carol had writ- > 9:45 preaching every Sundaymornin'g < > and State of Florida. to-wit: A one- :
a. m.; half undivided interest, in and to the north COMMISSIONERS SALE.
to Prudence and received assist I flush a little at this, but however the ten: sercice 11 o'clock <;>
!' ; of the southeast
i half of the northwest quarter Heieby notice is giten that under and by
ance. I stolen apples tasted the twins had no Oh. Prudence do please forgive me. and ;' evening service, 7 o'clock; prayer quarter of section fourteen (14). and the south virt'ii of that certain ilrfne of partition made \

The afternoon mall brought to the difficulty in disposing of them. Then, don't punish Connie any more. You can '.. meeting, Wednesday evening at 7 4 west quarter of the southwest quarter of the by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
lix (26 .
I ,. northwest quarter of Section twentY- ( Florii.a: in Chancery silt'ov. in the Circuit
and I'll be t
parsonage an envelope addressed to full almost beyond the point of comfort punish me any way you like !' o'clock. Visitors cordially invited Township five (51 South. of Range t..entyt..o221 Court for Bradford County; Florida. on the 2nd

"Misses Carol and Lark Starr. the i i they slid down the hay chutes glad of It. It was all my fault.for I and made I + to worship with us. A> ( east containing thirty (30) acres, more day nf January A. D. 1917. in favor of Mrs. ci
her go and get the apples me. 4' 4 II' less. L. W. Morgan, as complainant, and against
Methodist Parsonage, Mount Mark, went out the back way, turned the corner -: ate them. Connie didn't eat one of them. 4 !. + + + t + + + t.6.4, I: M. JOHNS Charl-8 Prevail. Jr.. Jannings I'n-valt. Joseph

Iowa," and In the lower left-hand corner -I I and came quietly in through the I She said stolen apples would not taste Special Master. Prevail. Ruby Prevail Matt.e Byrd. Jim Byrd.
very good. It was all my fault, and I'm A. V. LONG. Jennette Prevail. James Prevail Charles Riv.
was a suggestive drawing of a I I front door of the parsonage so sorry. How to Check That Cold. Complainant's Solicitor. 1.5-5t. ers. Wiley Rivers. I.uli: KJvtards J. L. Edwards -

Skull and Crossbones. The eyes of the Prudence was In the kitchen preparIng and Gwendolyn 1'owcll. Tale Powell. Joel
I I As Prudence read this her face grew When it is painful to breathe Woolen and Delma L. "' ..',Ipn. as defendantsthe
mischievous twins twinkled with delight -; the evening meaL Fairy was in very stern. Carol's fault! At that fever sends chills up and down your undersigned as coiim.iffcibners.: will offer

when they saw It, and they carried th.' sitting room, busy with her books. : moment Prudence heard someone running back, you are in for a cold. A timely NOTICE OF SALE. for sale in front of thr. courlhoun in Starke.
that February Florida. during the legal flOurs of Rale,
Notice is hereby given on on
. It to the barn for prompt perusalIt The twins set the table conscientiously, through the hall, and thrust the dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will 26th 1917 between the hours of 8 a. m.. and Monday the Cth day of February A. D. 1917

read as follows : filled the woodboi and in every way note hastily Into her dress. It was stop the sneezes and sniffles. The pine 12 m.. Hull's Department Store of Starke. Fla., to the highest and best buMer for cash in
will sell at public auction to the highest bidder hand. the following serilieH! p-'vperty. situated -
Prudence
Miss Constance Starr humbly and An-respectfully labored Irreproachably. But Lark and she flung herself wildly up. balsams loosens the phlegm and clears for cash at their furniture store room on Call in Bradford eour'y Florida, to-wit:
Into the
cient and craves Honorable admittance Organization of had no word of praise for them that on Prudence sobbing bitterly. I the bronchial tubes, the honey soothes ,street Starke Bradford county. Florida. for Commencing at a post 40 feet west of the
other charges goods received by northwest corner of John E. DeLle's land
know and : as
seemed to
storage
Skull and Crossbones.The I I evening. She hardly "What is the matter, Lark?" she and relieves th.p sore throat. The an- us and remaining on hand unclaimed for more per simey of the Old Town of Lake Butler.

twins pondered long on a fitting I they were about the place. She went cried. really frightened. "Are you tiseptic qualities kill the germ and than ninety days: running West 161U f4 -t. thence North 270
face and H. Thorpe-one lot household feet thence East 161!4 .tent, thence South 270
the about her work with a pale condition is relievod. Mrs. Mary
afternoon post-
and the
reply, nest sick? the congested goods.: feet to place of beginning, containing in all
man brought a letter for Connie, waitIng never a smile to be seen. "Heartsick, that's all," walled Lark. Croup, whooping cough and chronic This sale is made under authority of Chapter one acre; said land lying and being in south
She had was nearly ready when Con- I sick I relieved. 1943. Acts of Legislature of 1873. Section half of lot number ten llfl). Section thirty
impatiently for it approached Supper "I told the teacher was so bronchial affections quickly
Florida. (30)
one section 3127. General Statutes of Township five (S). Range twenty (20)
the twins about it at noon nie sauntered in from the barn. After could come home, but I'm not. Oh At all druggists, 25c. ((2)) N. B. HULL, east.

that day. leaving the haymow, she had found a I'rudence, I know you'll despise and Call Street, Starke Fla.. Jan. 25. 1917. G. W. ALDERMAN, p'
l264tNOTICE J. W. JONES.:
"Did you get my application?" she cozy corner in the corncrib, with two abominate me all the rest of your life, :. ,', 4 4 4' <$ 4 <> $: S> <5> J. W. TOWN3END, C .;

had whispered nervously. I heavy laprobes discarded by the twins and everybody will and I deserve It. $ OF SALE OF LAND. Cnmmkoioner
Seed. N. <$> A. V. LONG and EVERETT M. .
But the twins had stared her out of in their flight from wolves, and had For I stole those apple's myself."' .?' Watson's Watermelon Notice is hereby given to all whom it may JOHNS '.
Solicitors for .
i her '!> C. Simpkins Extra Early Up4 concern that I. Margaret Owens as Guardianof Complainant. 15St.MASTER'S
finish story.
countenance, and Connie realized that settled down there to Prudence was surprised and puzzled land Cotton Seed. Carolina Gary Owens. Frew Owens and Pauline

she had committed a serious breach of As she stepped into the kitchen Prudence She drew the note from her pocket Runner and Spanish Two Crop v Owens minors. will. on the 26th day of Feb !
A. D. 1917 apply to the HonorableGeo. SALE.
secret society etiquette.But turned to her with such a sorry, and gave it to Lark. "Carol gave me ?> Peanut Seed. Heavy Demand mary.. A. Gardiner County Judge in and for Hereby notice is given that under and by .

here was the letter! Her fin- reproachful gaze that Connie was that before she went to school," she <> Write now for prices. <*> said county. at his office in Starke in said virtue of that certain final decree of fore- ,
& SOS county at 10 o'clock a. m.. or as soon there- closure made by the Ju-tgc of the Eighth Ju- 8
It. It was and tell what 0. K. JELKS
trembled she
gers as opened frightened."Are explained. "Read It, me -4" after as the matter can be heard for author dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting, '
decorated lavishly: with skulls and you sick, Prue?" she gasped. you are driving at. I think you are 's> Quitman, Brooks Co., Georgia. 4' ity to sell at private sale the one-fourth undivided in the Circuit Court for Bradford County.
red Ink I did not answer. She wentto 4' interest each of said minors in and to Florida. on the T2nd day of November A. D.
crossbones with sup.POsedly Prudence Or Just
maybe are
splashed "Finish both crazy. you 4 4' 4' 4' 4' 4' 4 4', 4 4) 4 4 4' 4'_4)4)4 the following described real estate in said 1916. in favor of The American Trust Company 1
blood and written in the same the door and called Fairy. trying to shield poor Connie." county to-wit: a corporation aCmiabtrator of the estate -

suggestive color. getting supper, will you, Fairy? And Lark read Carol's note, and gasped, Read the BradfordrCounty Tele NW-J of SW'4 of Sec. 21, Township 5, of G. F. Markillir d.*e wd. a* complainant .
and the I Range 2" containing 40 acres more or less. and against J. W. Niehoi Vicey Nichols }
home
Skull and Crossbones. great In mercy I when you are all ready, you and-burst out laughing I The shame, graph-the paper. Also the following named personal property.I and Bradford County UtnK a corporation, as 1 4;

.and. In condescension, has listened graclusly twins go right on eating. Don't wj> the bitter weeping, and nervousness, hone 4 head of cattle 12 head of hogs, one _ _ _
to the prayer of Constance. the isn't coming home un' Whenever You Need a General Tonic tingle wagon.Which _
father-he her hysterical and now -
teker. Hear the will of the Great Spirit! for had rendered Toko Grove's application will be baud upon the
.4 the Seeker will for the length of two evening. Come upstairs with me, .G she laughed and cried until Prudencewas Tastelcw petition for such sale now on file in laid Make your letterheads advertise %

weeks submit herself to the will of Skull nle; I want to talk to you." alarmed again.In The Old Standard Grove's valuable as a Court.Dated January 22. 1917. your business. Gith m individuality -

ud Crossbones, she shall be admitted Into I I Connie followed her sister soba /, time, however, Lark was able to chill Tonic Tonic is equally because k contain the MARGARET OWNES. make them distinctive, noticeablenot I
Order.
the Ancient and Honorable General
twins flashed at each otner "We both did it she gasped ThE 12641. Guardian. Use stock .
The week that followed was a gala and the explain. well known tonic properties QUI commonplace. good
and questioning looks. Skull and Crossbo.es. And we the Liver, Drives and have them printed by the Tele-
startling "the and IRON. It acts on tell
Cross- and
one for the twins of Skull and Tell it to the Telegraph you
bones. their I' The three girls were at table when both told the truth about it" out Malaria, Enriches the E .ood and Advertise. graph.
room
Constance swept everybody.
I Prudence came into the dining room Prudence laughed. But, when she Builds up the "hole System. SC cnis
,made their bed washed their dishes, 1
did be-, [ajqne. Shefixeda trafcsupper quietly
their.chores, and1-e\'el..way!
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; f at this writ delicate hand work. seems to be IJC :I
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The little ladies were becomingly at- crated earnest and
roan and hi
t returned home on tired in white and pink. After the and helped well ? efforts are' '.
by his fi!(
several days opening of the gifts, which were beau- music. We hope their wife ,
tiful to the sight, a delicious refreshment lives
richly blo.sd
IItj 1 ; Cone course was sen-ed. The ices were Pi-eat mission.: as they go f:7
and Aubrey It
tj County News ] Keys where in pink, carrying out the general color knows sit! at its worst seems that ont -- ill
a position. scheme. These were served by little has more power to at felt _

,- left Tuesday I. Misses Olga and Frankie Priester, how hideous it is. make other. >a
to take charge :who were dressed in white and pink. _.
: UUrestinf Facts Gathered During the their teach- i The affair was perfect in its appointments j

Regular Correspondents. I was one of the most delightful Tell it to the Telegraph! and trl j
and S. H. Nabb of the season and Mrs. Dell everylodj.! Advertise. you
II'A and proved a charming hostess. I '
- in Hampton "
Those present were, Mesdames J. C.I = --.;

i LONG BRIDGE. husband and t :: and Joe Stew Jones, J. Padgett, Seeber King, P.
whom are Howard N. Stanton, H. E. ,
: Mrs. L C. Merritt is visiting her ; for the Gulf M. Padgett,

!, parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wester, ,jer tives and and < spend several Johnson Conner,,Thos.S. A. J.Draper Townsend, L. I,).William Fisher, I I. "Cured"Mrs.JayMcGeeoStepb.'
in Jacksonville. j
very much. G. A. Epperson, J. E. Harper Misses
Elza Loadholtz and saleswoman ; (
Mrs.
Mr. and ..
children, of Lake Butler, were the The funeral Co., was Julia Leland Kendall, Lillie Carmine I
guests of Mrs. Loadholtz's parents, Saturday Colson, Edna Fay Hodges, Ina Alderman .
Ii Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Williams last Sun- Moody, Lamb and Irene Edwards, Marshal Procter, eaville,Texas, writes; "pa
day. church, and to Gainesville and Edna Epperson\, Margaret Cobb, Con- nine ((9)) years, I aufferecl__

1! Mrs. M. M. Drake and children, of day at the nie Padgett, Dona Padgett, Frankie womanly trouble. I had terrible -
Raiford, were tHe guests of Mrs. tery at which had business In Priester, Olga Priester; Mesdames H. headaches, and pahs h 4
Drake's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. wife is also were: G. W. S. Adkins, H. T. Priester, J. E. Maine my back, etc. It seemed
: I' Merritt, last Thursday and Friday. Things we :Morgan: II. P. A. C. Strickland, J.1.. Mann, L. A. I would die, I suffered m '

Mrs. Ida Rouse and son, Hubert, of Where Why the Rawls, Alice Langford, Wm. Over- last, I decided to try so. At
-4 the of mr. T. J. Collins street. Cartrf .
near Brooker, were guests mo- .
ol the woman's
j and Mrs. B. J. Sapp last Sunday. our county mornng to Friday, the 19th, our boys ran over tonic, tad |
"I Mr. J. R. Merritt, of Wilford, was man as ; to Alachua and defeated them to the helped me right away. Tbi !-
.39; ( with
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Raiford visited score of 28 to 5. The Alachua boys full treatment not only faehg!
R. F. Merritt, last Saturday and Sun- ; it cents: $G5 per with day put up a good fight for the game, but me,but It cured me."
day. and Mr. H. C. were outclassed by the Lake Butler
cents day
would! per be through our Braves. The line-up was as follows: TAKE
VANDERBILT. is.isiry bond and stopped Brodie Mizell and Charles Floyd,
duties. forwards; Fritz Townsend, center; Julian -
Messrs. Loadholtz and Othoe Mizell,
: Elder Heard, Macon, Ga., preached Prof. L. A. : guards. CarduilThe
to a large and attentive congrega- erson motored The Lake Butler girls played a very
tion at Union church last Sunday. Saturday.Card entertaining game with the Alachua

Vanderbilt school is progressing very of :: Bradford coun girls on last Saturday, the 20th, on Woman's Tools ;
I nicely. out heartfelt 'r driller, was in the Alachua court. The game being
l Mr. A. J. Stafford, of Baker county, friends for 1 close was very interesting and exciting a
:, spent last Saturday night' with W. F. many : invites everyone the score being 11 to 9 in favorof Cardul helps women in Vast 'r

Harnage. reavement, in their new club I Lake Butler. The line-up was as of greatest need, because! #i
Miss Lizzie Johnson is spending a 26th. follows contains ,
death of a January : Ingredients which Itt
;, few days at Baker with her sister, Mrs. Green, Bessie program will be Ruby Roberts and Jessie Roberts, specifically yet gently, on the ;
Hi A. J. Stafford, this week. Mr. and of the ; Evelyn Bennett and Mar weakened womanly
Mr. Carter and little son, J. Wornio orgaat
Henry :
\ son, Marcus, invited n Richard center; Poland Jones and So if feel
: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Har- you discouraged,
I D., visited at Elsie B.
t day.Dr. Gillespie, guards. blue, out-of-sorts, unable taj
] nage last Friday. Wills and Miss Julia Next Sunday is the regular day at
'
; Mr. Levy Norman and two sisters, do joa. household work, ca
here Tuesday married at the Lake Butler for the Christian church
Misses Lizzie and Lottie, visitors account of condition
j were I Mr. Levy Mr. J. D. and as it is to be the last Sunday in P your ,stop
( to Raiford Saturday and Saturday! writing. 22nd. Rev. L. A. the year's work, it is hoped that it will worrying and give Carded
1\ : night. Mr. and and Mrs. Hodges be of more than usual interest. Let trial it has helped thousands
I Mr. L. L. Conner and daughter, Miss
Baker county, the ceremony every member do his best to be pres of women-wby not you?
4 : Reba, were visitors to Raiford Sun
Starke trip. Their many ent. Try Cardui. 41t6teG
.
day. successful Evangelist LaRowe is Raiford
voy at
Mrs. Conner visitor at
L.NL. was a
: the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman and from reports more than usual interest -
and Miss Car- is being taken in his work. He
Sunday.
i I Messrs. Liliton Kite, Leon Renfroe C. E. i by Miss Sar u_ __ .... .
and Misses Fannie and Mary Bloods- Hampton to Etarke by au _

worth, attended the sing at Emanuel fined to his and were 'I
F. Malphurs,
Sunday afternoon. part of the '
: Mr. E. R. Poppell visited at Vanderbilt Mrs. A. A. train to visit fine Shrubbery Colloi \ I
Mr. and Mrs. An-
: school house Monday. lie, are
Prof. Davis and family visited the guests of Col. and friends BesutltrtU the home Incmeef 1U TBM eUftlllllr
. sing at Emanuel Sunday afternoon. Mr. and and prosper- .t mall cart. These b'p *auk y unPBIZB a soar...... I
COIXEOnON: -Pftlm*. throb fntti,' eta I ,
I
Miss Viola Robinson and Mr. Levy; burg, Mo., I! piece, U Blc riM, ISJO.; WwtklWfcBOZAZ. I
Sweat motored out to Emanuel in their B. Alexander. narrowly escaped I COLLECTION aIro., tow Arab. traJU,
i i car to the sing Sunday afternoon. ly Miss Ola his horse became "'? etc. U (pUM to luvtf end, $ -80. Worth |U&TBEDI I
Mrs. Nellie Futch has been spending friends here and ran e tree. throb: Or,1XOBIDATA3D CO.tECT1011-Fsi q I
fnriU. f U..n pUati ud tent, SI atm i
. :'u I a few days in Suwannee county this school some I".1"became entangled Ltao pIeeeI, m. Worth 'U.6G.EDdeIe p
t [ week. Mr. Jay Mr. Jones out, W o e.I ikctch of ,
i : Miss Eva Williams, who is teaching business here telegraph pole. or fees *n Mqnert. Write twit,. *- a
1. :! at Vanderbilt, went home Saturday J. Frank i bruised, but his BSA305ER BROS. ROYAL PALM NURSEBIKI
;j N morning. .. his family to know he is not in 'tis : 147 Benedict ATO., Oaec, fU. ?
I i Mr. L. L. Sapp is on the sick list fuels interests .
1! this week and we hope he will soon be F. E. Henry, state claim agent ,
I 1 up again. board, has < Line Railway, I :
I Mr. Norman visitor i -
Wesley was a vacated by ;
here Sunday. Mr. Oliver repre- -
I Mr. Raymond Norman was busy 11 has been | < Piano Com- j j4

Raiford Saturday. L. A. Marr, |, people in his Fresh VegetablesEat
Mr. William'McKinney, who have to the Hagan .
I been on the sick list, are able to be street. and Nellie
i out again. Mrs. are visiting Mr. in Season
1 The sing at Mr. and Mrs. Dock Noman's r- into the Hicks this week.
was much enjoyed. Those one of our
: present Church street. popu _
were 'Misses Lizzie, Lottie and Town has accepted ii: r --- __ -
Mattie Norman and Susie Tyler, and I shade trees leaving
,. Messrs. Charlie and Rufus Alvarez, :, trimmed up l r ':
Henry Bennett and Clyde Wilkinson. made. crew are re- -J
Messrs. Roy, lee and Charley Thomas II. B. : this week, which
visited at the sing at Emanuel on Lodge No. 229 I in that plenty of
Sunday afternoon. nual I.
Mr. S. J. Norman and Mrs. S. S. i Lodge at and daughter, vegetables and
Adkins were busines visitors at the I Evangelist : friends in Jack- youwillenjaygoadhealth. "
( county site Saturday. ies of revival _
Miss Eva Williams, of Vanderbilt, church next S. Dubose are -
,visited at Raiford last Friday after- tmue through ] she i is imm odn.too.. They are full of nour-
ration of the of sickness.
noon.Mr. ishment .
and Mrs. Henry Norman visited Mrs. LaRowe Julia Padgett, and have a beneficial
} at Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp last Sun will assist with January I 1 influence; upon

I day.: Miss Mary gave a miscel- youi whole system. '
L. Watterson her residence in .
; HEILBRONN.! Wednesday ; 19th, from 4 to 6 I'
Fev. H. E. were opened en av
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I Mrs. decorated in
: Little Eva Burney, who has been choicest young car- We keep a large and !
confined to her bed with pneumonia, son is a and green color .
is able to be out again. than the t complete stock of all the ". ;
: Mr. Newn Mott is being kept busily is at present J. D. Pad- fresh
: engaged cutting grass for the people business > R. E. Dell. Af V vegetables; in season .
, : to use in mulching their berries. Pharmacy. the honoree was and sell them at prices you can .
: Mrs. J. .H. Wainwright is spendin The best arch of
pink easily afford "
!; a while with her father. Mr. L. L. will go with which hung a to pay. .j:
who
Sapp, is sick. were .
, Mr. Lewis Carter, of Clay county, en shower a charming pic ,1,
was a visitor at the M. D. Carter home Tuesday I in

., last Mr.Sunday. ents and good A a blue contest ac- A And those not in season ::1;
George Wilkinson and Miss I esteem in Flowers" -
Mary Stalsby were in our midst last I Our high much merriment.was can be found in our jl
I Sunday.Mr. lost to won
and Mrs. Willie Reddish spent j score of 10 to ? I Miss Dona Pad the canned goods department, J1

the week-end with relatives at Rosier. I of the time drawing an where quality and prices ate always 1- _
Messrs. Zary Crawford, Ed Norman good game for
was decorated sure t? be just right
'and Earnie Alvarez made a pleasure played in his This was laden
trip to the Boawell home near Starkelast well and Xn. She was fol-

:dunaay. The line-up I[ by little Miss Telephone Orders Given Prompt Attention
Among those who attended the Heil- and Wimberly, ; t and Connie
bronn improvement meeting at this ter Edwards ; 'J
I'i'' ; miniature .!
place Monday were: Honorables W. T. Hampton 1s.r with linen trunk and A. M. DARBY Starke Fla.
Weeks, W. G. Seals, W. E. Davis, A. wards; ,

.D. Andrews and Capt. D. W. Pun-is. and Turner, {.
Messrs. G. C; 1Iottand Jas. H. Umpire Green. 1 _--I!
Wainwright motored to_ Middleburgand The followin I Ii
other points on last Sunday.Mr. dered at the hi ni ,,
Ellery Sapp motored to Worthington d? yafternoon: '
on business Monday. Song, DEPARTMENT STORE I
Besides having Elder Moody of Ala- Recitation-
chua county, the people at Union Reading-
church Sunday, heard a most enjoy- Piano Solo- 1 in exchange Corn, Sweet Potatoes
able sermon from Rev. Hearse, of Debate, Hardware Eggs, Chickens and other Produce. i
Crockery and ,
Georgia. pean countries Glassware
Mrs. Lilla, Earmenter: and little America from Feeds, Fertilizers Lime and Furniture, Shoes, Hats Oils I!
daughter, Lena, and the L. A. Davis tive, Beatrice an Bri bk. We buy Phoslime in solid care ]
family attended the sing at Vanderbilt cil Hall. I prepared to make low prices. We j
Sunday afternoon. Madge :\ ,, Yours give good measure and an honest '. i
Mrs. Indiana Irving Green, after an Piano Solo-: for the Square Deal, M
illness of only a few days was called High School : j
from this life to witness an unknown Mae Jones.
.w world on Friday evening, January 19. Question : NEWELL B. 11 1
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