Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879. Subscription Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.






DADS TUESDAY -SEWER SYSTEM Double Tragedy Occurred in

. Jax. Monday Afternoon in Names of Those Who Paid Subscription -



FRANK KNOWN S. W. Dubose, M. S. Hayes, B. E. -




WOMAN, WHO SENT TELEGRAMTO J. K. Harris, E. B. Bielling, S. B. Ca-
son, H. J. Leverett, T. N. Limbaugh, -
What has become known as the The Town Council met in regular HER SISTER-DEAD MAN Mrs. L. C. Futch, L. R. Gainey, C. J. 10 o'clock A. M., February 5th, committee from the School and

... "cow ordinance" was passed by the session"Feb. 6th, with the following I WAS BROTHER,OF G. W. HIN Haney, Miss Rosemary Hull, H. A. the board was called to order by the Civic Club appeared before the councilat

council at their regular session Tues- members present: E. S: Matthews, I SON, OF HAMPTON Howard, B. T. Osteen, Miss Dora ClarkR. hairman, S. T. Dowling, with all members their meeting Monday night to ask
day night and has been approved by chairman; J. W. Andrews, Jr., D. C. D. Strickland, S. G. Pearce, J. C. present, to-wit: J. L. Underhill, for the co-operation of that body in
Mayor Joe Hill Williams. The ordi- Jones, J. W. White. 'rawford, W. T, Dryden, E. L. Pres- i H. D. May, J. J. Blackwelder and R. several matters of civic improvementthat

nance prohibits cattle and all other Minutes of last meeting were read Frank Hinson, a brother of G. W. cott, Rev. H. C. Eari, Rey. I J. Andrews, the club wishes to inaugurate.

live stock from running at large in and approved.The Hinson, of Hampton, was shot and Rev. F. C. Edwards, J. B. Nettles, H. Minutes of last meeting read ate Among the matters that the club asked -

the town and provides for impoundingstock final report on the sanitary killed in Jacksonville Monday after- N. Hodges, A. B. Radney, Mrs. Jeff approved. for cop ration in was a general

that are found running at largein sewerage system was presented by :Mr. noon by a woman, who then turned the Williams, E. E. Stacy, W. C. Jones, E. Petition presented to the board ask- clean up and paint up campaign in celebration -
the streets of the town. Harley. Said report showing cost of revolver on herself and committed sui- H. Carter, W. C. Harris, Mrs. S. J. ing that S. D. Dukes be permitted (a of the street improvementsnow

The ordinance was introduced sev- sewerage system with extensions to cide. The Times-Union of Tuesday Kelly, J. M. Dubose,.0. F. Ritch, J. M. make a change in the public road near well under way. They also rec-
eral months ago at the instance of a be $18,804.45, exclusive of cost of en- gives the following account of the Nprman, W. D. Dukes, Jr., Wm. H. H.Whistler his place leading from Lake Butler to ommended that a better system of

large number of petitioners but its gineering and incidental expenses. tragedy: J. I. Dubose, W. D. Dukes, Waldo. After being considered by the keeping the streets, vacant lots and
passage has been postponeoVfrom timeto The J. B. McCreary Co. was paid A double tragedy was enacted short- .J. M: Rimes. N. D. Rosier., Mrs.-- Susie- -- board, upon motion and second, the petition householders premises of the town be
time to give owners of cattle an opportunity $2,751.61, being in full settlement, less ly before 7:30 o'clock last night in a Wills, Mrs. M. V. Hazel, A. G. Dyad, I referred to Commissioner May inaugurated and kept in force. They
to dispose of them or make $500.00 retained for any damage that dingy bedroom in the rear of a press- Hugh Alvarez, M. M. Hale, A. L. to investigate the matter relating to particularly asked for the enforcementof
other arrangements for keeping them may caused. by the construction of ing club establishment at 206 River- Crews, G. W. Anderson, Peter C. Jor- said change and make report at the the ordinances against throwing
off of the streets. Now that the street the street paving. The said $500 to be side avenue, when Frank Hinson, 42 gensen, J. W. Jones, Carter Newsom, next meeting of. the board. waste paper and other refuse into the
improvements bid fair to be completed paid the contractors when the paving years of age, proprietor of the club, J. S. Norman, Rev. N. T. King John Petition signed by A. Willard and streets or on vacant lots.
within the next 60 days the ordinance is completed.A met his death at the hands of a wom- Uglow, J. C. Terrell, W. E. Torode, other citizens and taxpayers asking The council promised to cooperatewith
was taken up and passed, with committee from the School and an known as Cleo Baker, who immed- W. 0. Silcox, S. Land, R. A. Dukes, A. the board to place the name of Addie the club in these matters and it
the provision that it shall take effect Civic Club composed of the following iately after shooting Hinson turned : L. Roberts, T. J. Durden, J. R. Dover, Silcox on the pauper roll and grant Is hoped that the conference will result -
60 days from its approval by the ladies were heard in regard to various the gun on herself and sent a shot i Solon Carroll, J. B. McCreary Co., J. her a reasonable amount to assist her, in a cleaner town.
mayor. improvements in the town: Mrs. R. crashing through her brain. Both the I D. Stansell, H. S. Warren, Rev. T. B. she being unable to work for her sup- Another matter of very great importance -
The ordinance is printed in full in A. Weeks, Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Mrs.J. principals were dead when the police, Lawrence, Mrs. B. B. Hopson, A. Wil- port. Upon motion and second peti- that the club delegation ask-
another column of the Telegraph and R. Halligan, Mrs. Philips, Mrs. A. hurriedly answering calls of people lard, E. Cleary, E. A. Kennedy, 0. W. tion referred to Commissioner Under- ed for the co-operation of the council
those interested will do well to inform M. Darby, Mrs. J. R. Brown. living next door, broke into the estab- Maines B. W. Dees, H. A. Hazen, J. hill to investigate and make report at and business! men generally in was the
themselves as to its provisions. The ladies_ reauested the council__? to lishment. B. McCully, R. L. Dean, D. W. Han- the next meeting of the board. acquirement of quarters that could be
assist them in a general: cleaning i up Act Premeditated I cock, R. S. Fernandez, W. A. Crosby, Bill of J. H. Avery for $1 house rent fitted up and used as a rest room for

FLATTERING TESTIMONY.Once of the town and to assist them in the Evidence indicates strongly that the W. H. Wainwright, J. M. Fralick, J. for general election, November, upon the ladies who tome here from out of

procuring of a club house. Suggestionswere act was premeditated. It is reportedthat C. Adkins. motion, and second laid over until the town to do shopping. The club could

in every three months the Sea- made for a celebration of the Hinson and the woman had been next meeting of the board. scarcely turn their attention to a
board railway company sends out sup- completion of the street improvements.They living in the establishment for about LOCAL TALENT TO PRESENT Committee consisting of R. J. An- ratter of greater importance for the
ply train which stops at every station. also asked that the famous cow two years and those residing nearbysay PLAY.A drews and.J. J. Blackwelder appointedat town. As a matter of fact a rest room

With the train is an inspector who reports ordinance be passed at once. that the pair had quarreled on the meeting of the board January2nd is something that ought to be suppliedby

on the condition of the stationsas The committee was given assurance numerous occasions. A few days ago summer romance, entitled "Mol- to investigate the application madeto the business men of the town and
well as the track and right of way. that the council would help them in -according to the police, Hinson received ly's Summer Resort," consisting of a change the public road leading from they ought to be only too glad to have

The result fo his findings is published their undertakings in any way possi- from Palm Beach thefi nal decree cast of forty young people, all of this. Providence to the Summers bridge the co-operation of the ladies in keep-
later. ble. of divorce from his wife, who is city, is to be presented to the public across Olustee. The committee reported ing it in order. It really ought to be
In the bulletin reporting conditionsfor Upon motion it was ordered that said to have been living there. It is about the last part of next month.The that they could not make satis- the men seeking the help of the ladiesto

December last, the Starke depot, in the clerk draw scrip for reports of i thought that the intention of the woman play is to be given for the benefit of factory change in said road with the establish this: very important improvement -
charge of T. J. Griffin, is praised as brick and freight prsented by the i to kill Hinson was formed after the the St. Mark's (Episcopal) Sunday party interested, and asked for fur- instead of the ladies ask-
treasurer. receipt of the decree. ther consideration of said applicationbe ing the business men to help them.
being the cleanest and best kept of school and is"to be promoted by a pro-
Upon motion it was ordered that laid over for further consideration. Such an institution is primarily for
any on the Florida division. And the No Eye Witness fessional amateur play promoter.All .
bill for sewers for taking care of Upon motion is was so ordered. the benefit of the business of the
district of track and right of way in There were no eye witnesses to the young people who are interested men )
storm water be paid out of the sewer Petition signed by G. W. Hinson ,town. :
charge of Roadmaster S. A. Bryan, of shooting. Hinson was sitting in a chairin in this work are requested to see
Starke, is held up as the cleanest road- fund.Upon a bedroom, in the rear of the press- either Rev. M. M. Fryer or Clifford and others presented, which reads as The Telegraph mows that the busi-
motion it was ordered that follows: ness men get together, buy a piece of '
master's district on the Seaboard in ing club. His feet were propped up in Tatum.
Florida. As both Mr. Griffin and Cap- Ordinance No. 92 be considered at this another chair in front of him and he To the Honorable Board of County property for this purpose and then go
Commissioners Bradford County: and ask the School and Civic Club if
tain Bryan are overworked officials, time.The was reading a paper. His back was HISTORY CONTESTS.
the fact that they keep things clean as ordinance was read the first turned toward the door, but there wasa We, the undersigned, respectfully they will not be kind enough to take
well as straight shows that the smal- time by its title. Upon motion by Mr. dresser and mirror a few feet in petition your honorable body to allow charge of it.
lest details are attended to. Andrews, seconded by Mr. Jones, the front of him. Evidently Hinson was Below are the questions in the U. D. the Volunteers of America to move the \
rules were waived and the ordinancewas too deeply engrossed in reading fo see C. history contest for grammar school county road running between Hamptonand
passed to second reading. The in the mirror the woman as she enter- students for February. The subject is Theiessa; for a distance of some HAMPTONBONDELECTION ;
SUB CAMPAIGN ordinance was' read the second time "Thomas J. Jackson." three or four hundred yards, which

by its title only. ed.She evidently placed the revolver 1. When and where was Thos. J. runs across their land. This tract includes -

Upon motion by Mr. Jones, seconded against Hinson's left temple and pull- Jackson born? all of the SW'i of Section 27, FAILED t
by Mr. Andrews, the rules were ed the trigger. The bullet went 2. Contrast the early training of Township 7, Range 22 East lying N
STEADILY GROWINGININTENSITY- further waived and the ordinance was through Hinson's head and the paper Lee and Jackson. of the G. S. & F. railway. Your petitioners -
3. Relate the circumstances that desire to the road from
passed to third reading.The dropped from his hand. It is evident move
ordinance was read the third that he died instantly, as he remained gave him the name of Stonewall. its present right of way to the line of BY25VOTESSCHOOLBOARD
time in full and put upon its passage. sitting bolt upright in the chair, while 4. What was Jackson's motto? their land bordering on the above mentioned t
The clerk called the roll and the.vote blood streamed down to the floor. The What was the keynote of his success? railway, as shown on diagram
was recorded as follows: woman placed the revolver against her 5. Relate the circumstances of his attached. This will enable petitioner .
Ayes-Andrews, Jones, Matthews. own temple and fired the second shot death and how it changed the fortunesof to fence and cultivate all of the said MET MON-

VESSELS ARE BEING SUNK Nays-J. W. White. -falling to her death between the bed war.LUCIA tract of land with considerable less'' DAY IN REGULAR SESSION

Absent-S. A. Bryan. in the room and the wall. SHARPE ALVAREZ, expense, and without any inconvenience .
WITHOUT ANY WARNING The title of said ordinance being in Historian. whatsoever to the traveling public :
the following words and figures to-wit: Heard Shots as the citizens of this communityagree BOARD WiLl. BORROW $23,000.09;
; Ordinance No. 92-An ordinance The reports of the revolver were that in the event the road is FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES AND
heard by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Skelton,
providing for the impounding of all moved it will have a much better location -
UNITED STATES GROWS who occupy the adjoining store, at 202 RETIRE $1,000 ANNUALLY.
than the
horses, asses, mules, cows, goats, sheep present right way.
WIDER EVERY DAY. and swine running at large on streetsor Riverside avenue Mr. Skelton at once order of the board of public instruction The bridge now being used on the old 4

other public places in the Town of and telephoned asked that to the officers police be department sent to the all bills reaching the super- right of way can still be used until it School board met in regular monthly ,
Stai'ke, Bradford county, Florida, and intendent's office later than noon on is necessary for a new one to be constructed meeting on Monday, February 5,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8-The breach the sale of such animals scene at once. In a few minutes a by the county, at which timeit
providing for Saturday before the board meets the with Messrs.: T BM. Pinuholsterdluwith .!
1 between the United States and Ger- expenses of keeping same, how proceeds party of detectives and policemen ar following Monday, will be laid over will be entirely in order to build it 'Messrs. T B. Pinholster.chairman i
many is growing wider hourly, and of such sale shall be applied and rived. The policemen were forced to until the next regular meeting. on the line of land next to the said ; J. E. Douglass and J. C. McRae i
break in the doors and horrible sight
hope that hostilities can be avoided a railroad. In the that
prescribing a penalty for breaking This is done in order that the sec- event you grant present. "
has been almost swept away. pound or for releasing impounded an met their eyes. Both were dead and retary may have time to divide the this request, your petitioners, the Volunteers Minutes of last meeting read and If
Germany's submarine campaign of imals. two small dogs were in the room one bills and make up the budget before of America agree to put the approved. ..;.
ruthlessness is developing with fury having jumped into the lap of the dead right of into first class
a The council adjourned to February the board meets. new way con- Scaled bids for county printing were
man. The bodies were sent at once toa .
which many officials here believe soon 15th, at which time resolutions for the E. R. POPPELL, dition, without any expense whatsoever received from radford County Tele- .
must confirm the worst fears that had removing of burned buildings and local undertaking establishment to Secretary. to the county. Upon motion and !graph and the Bradford County Times .
been held for it. and produce the overt amendments to the plumbing ordi- be prepared for interment.Mrs. second the above petition granted with and same taken under advisement by
act which President Wilson has said nance will be considered.C. C. C. Skelton, who lived in the the understanding that the petitionerswill board until next regular'meeting.
would be the signal for war. A. FUTCH rear of a store next to the pressingclub WILL VISIT EVERGLADES. remove all stumps from said road, Board proceeded to canvass the returns -
The President himself, holding from Clerk. says that shortly before the shoot- make all necessary fills and repairs to of the Hampton bond election
the first to the hope that after all the ing she met the Baker woman in the said road and move the bridge without .and found that said election failed
The Everglades Drainage League by
yard in the rear of the establishment.She '
warfareon the
German threat of unrestricted to county.
any expense
has invited carry.
of Ft. Lauderdale, all mem-
the woman seemed to be
the would be tempered in exe- says The following resolution
seas was -
FIXING VALUES. presented Returns of election for special tax
bers of the to visit ;
cution, awoke today to find that a con- much disturbed and was crying. legislature pay a to the board and adopted as-follows district trustees of
Hampton special
to the 'Glades at the of the
expense -I
tinuous onslaught of submarine attacks Told of Note :
had reached a climax in the destruction TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 5.-The tax "I pushed a note through a crack in League. The trip is to be made on "Be it resolved by the board of coun- tax following district found were canvassed elected and the
to be Bolen
Commission of Florida today sent out February 19th. Among those who I :
without warning of a big the wall to your room, the woman ty commissioners of Bradford County Johns, A. M. Williams and M. J.
Trans-Atlantic liner. Consul Frost's the following! to all tax assessors of told Mrs. Skelton. "Get it at once and have signified their intention of accepting convened in regular session this 5th Green.
the invitation Hon. A. S.
report that the Anchor: Line steamer the state: send it." are day of February, 1917, that the Bradford motion
Upon to N. G. Hall for
Crews Hon. W. G. Seals Brad- ray
"To the Tax Assessors of Florida: and
California, with an American aboard The Baker woman went into her County Telegraph be and is here- six
Gentlemen From reports coming in ford county's members of the house of days teaching at Miller. Yeas, J.
and had been sunk in violation : while Mrs. Skeltonwas by designated as the in
rescued that the recent freeze has place of abode and representatives.PAYS newspaper I i| C. McRae and T. B. Pinholster; nays,
of international law, did not reach 1 it appears going to pick up the note which which the Bradford county tax sale for J. E. Douglass.
the capital last night until the Presi- done untold damage to the fruit and had been pushed through crack in year 1917 shall be published."Be Election ordered to be held at Ris-
dent had retired, and it was the first vegetable industries in the state, as the wall two shots at about five-sec TO COVER BERRIES. it further resolved That county ing for fixing millage and electing the
other and at present; .
thing to come to Jus attention today. well as to crops ond intervals were heard. officers having legal advertisementsand trustees for ensuing two years, on the
of the is not .
extent injury
the full
Until all the facts are established notices to be published for which of March _.
follows A.
The note day D. 1917. Man-
was as : ,
beyond the President is not known, and, this is to advise you to L. A. Davis gives the Telegraph the i this board is required to make payment -
question J. M. Brownleo J. L. Underhill
use caution in fixing your valuationof "Mrs. J. C. Ball, Dowling Park, Fla.: first quart of berries we have seen be and they are hereby requested agers .
whether he and H. H. Lewis.Proposition .
expected to indicate considers property for this year, as, to do If you want to see your sister again since the cold weather of a few days I to have same published in the Brad-
that the California case pre- otherwise might work a great injus- come at once. She is dead. (Signed) ago. Accompanying the freeze was a ford County Telegraph." submitted by RichardA.

; sents an issue demanding action. In tice to the taxpayers, as well as to Mrs. C. C. Skelton, 202 Riverside ave- heavy wind that made plant covering The monthly pauper allowance of Morrey, representing Duke M. Far-
son & Co., was taken under advise-
his address to Congress Saturday the the state and counties. Therefore, we nue. with straw very difficult but Mr. Davis Viney Dyess was increased from $2 to ment and it was decided to borrow
ask that delay action in fixing Sheriff J. A. McCloud succeeded in making the covering stick
you Deputy says $5 per month also monthly allowanceof
President he
said that would come $25,000.00 at <> per cent annually, and
values until the extent of damage can the Baker woman telephoned at 7 around about eight thousand of his Amanda Thomas was increased
... again before lhat body to ask author- retire $4,000.00 annually.
be approximately estimated. plants. These plants came throughthe from
o'clock last night to Mrs. J. R. Hinson, $3 to $5 per month. ing on wounded prisoner, A. J. Eas-
ity to take further steps "if American "Yours very truly, freeze unhurt and much of the The cost bill State of Florida vs Pit
should "TAX COMMISSION.J. wife of the manager of the Jackson- fruit on them was also saved, so that ters.The
ships and American lives in.. Galloway, assault and battery, upon clerk of said beard was instructed -
fact be sacrificed." It was pointed out S. Blitch, who was recently appointed ville club, a sister-in-law of the deceased Mr. Davis will be picking berries right motion and second laid over until next to make application to the board of

that so far as is known no Americans tax commissioner came from and told her she intended to along within the next few days. He meeting of the board. commissioners of state institutions for f
his home at Montbrook and assumedhis kill Frank Hinson. An effort was says that he is thoroughly convincedof Upon motion and second $5 ordered ten third grade state convicts to be" '
r, were lost on the California, and no the value of covering the plants
station on the board Monday. Mr. then made to warn the man of his paid to J. C. Drew for services wait- worked upon the public roads of Brad-
American ships have been sunk with- Blitch succeeds John H. Edwards, appointed during very cold weather and we think
danger, but he could not be reached in his should convince -
out warning since Germany announcedher circuit judge in Bartow circuit, experience every-

new campaign. who left last week fot Lakeland. time. one. (Continued on Page 6.) > (Continued-on-Page_ 5.) .




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YORK Feb. 3.-The entire LONDON, Feb. 3.-The American LONDON, Feb. 7.-German
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5.-While the PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3.-An at WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.-After two of New York state and steamer Housatonic has been sunk bya warfare is growing in submarine -
United States stands before the world tempt was made today to scuttle the years' diplomatic negotiations, marked National militia ordered out tonight German submarine near the Scilly Tuesday reports show fifteen addS'i._
: the naval were
court of public opinion in the anxious United States torpedo boat destroyer with frequent crisis and attended with Gov. Whitman after a conference islands. al ships were sent to the bottom

r waiting period which will determine Jacob Jones by opening her sea cocksat the loss of more than two hundred with by Gen. John F. O'Ryan. The Housatonic was submarined at eluding seven neutral vessels fiju! '
peace or war with Germany, President the Philadelphia navy yard. Officials American lives on the high seas, thee directed to have noon. All the officers and crew were of them are known to have -
Gen. O'Ryan was been
," i Wilson is determined there shall be no at the yard refused to discuss th i United States broke off relations with and watershed saved by a British armed steamer. pedoed. w*
t' ;, word or deed to merit a reproach, even matter. i Germany today and at 2 o'clock this every armory the militiamenand The occupation of a
i from Germany herself. An officer of the Jacob Jones found afternoon the German Ambassador, adequately guarded by thousand vafc
of German
' that the ship was listing heavily to Commodore Forshew of the naval Sinking Creates Sensation. trenches by the Britiah _
Von Bernstorff handed his
; Nothing is to be done which is not was pass- the near Grand Court ,
port as she was being towed from her militia was ordered to protect all News of is the
',. fully justified by the laws of nations ports. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.- greatest
on of the
: and humanity; nothing is to be donefor anchorage in the river to a dock and All the American consuls in Germany bridges leading out of city. the sinking of the Housatonic createda office any fonts. The London ..

-' ;, expediency; nothing is to be donewhich all persons aboard were detained and have been ordered home and the The governor's order was issued at sensation here, but state department offered announces that the Gennana.

.' ; is not legal and just. With a qcestioned. The chief machinist's mate German consuls here are expected to the direct request of Mayor Mitchell officials pointed out that it would de no resistance. Petrograd reo'
, the
< a hope for peace and a readiness to meet whose identity was not disclosed, was be withdrawn, making the severance of this city, soon after Mr. Whitman pend entirely upon the circumstances ports German attacks in Galicia

\ war if it must be, the president has arrested and placed in irons on one of of relations complete.A arrived here tonight from Albany. Gov. whether tHe incident would affect the as having failed. In Rouraania quiet .. .

made it clear to all his officials thatthe the battleships.More demand has been sent to Berlin Whitman said he would remain in New present situation. I prevails. In the Austro-Italiatt theatre -

.f course of the United States, difficult than two feet of water was in for the immediate release of the sixty- York tomorrow to keep in touch with The ship was carrying contrabandand bombardments are taking ply
. it is be the Jones' hold when it was discoveredthat four Americans taken German raiders the situation."Of daily. Considerable fighting is
j as must entirely beyond I by if she was destroyed with proper m
' t her had all of our people will progress en the Macedonian
,; 1 criticism. sea cocks been opened. and held prisoners. course, warning and provision for the safetyof front, in
They were quickly closed and the ves loyally support the president," he de- the Cerna river bend, and
To that end German rights and property I The American affairs in Germany her crew, or in an attempt to escape on the Stra.
t sel was taken to pier. .1"1',11._' ma river lowland
. in the United States are to havefull a will be turned over to the Spanish Ambassador the United States merely would Constantinople
t The local navy yard virtually was A strict military censorship was es claims the Britnh have lost
i protection of law and the presi and the Swiss ambassador have a claim for damages, as in the two thollo -
" dent wishes American citizen to placed on a war basis today. tablished at National Guard headquarters sand men besides those taken prison .
every takes over the German interests here. Frye case. :
" The hope that Germany night at the Ever since the relations with Germany ,I immediately after the governor'sorder I The first effect of the incident in offi in their Kut-El-Amara attacks. iS
, t THREE BRITISII SHIPS REPORTED was issued. "I think it is the I British, however, ',
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1 last moment modify her declaration of have been acute there has been ominous cial quarters was to direct attentionanew report having peg,
ASHORE. of not to trated the Turkish
patriotic duty
newspapers front
unrestricted submarine warfare line
was signs of threatened activities by to the president's declaration in positions
almost dissipated today by news dis German sympathizers and disloyal seek or publish any information con-" .his address to congress today that if i .
.,. patches from Berlin, which gave the NORFOLK, Va., Feb. 3-Three Brit Americans, if diplomatic relationswere cerning the use of troops at this time, 1 American ships and lives were sacrificed SEIZE (;ElnLSHIPS.. .

' { word of high German officials thatl ish steamers, all outward bound, went severed, which were actentuated said Gen. O'Ryan. in "heedless contravention of th -

there would be no turning back. ashore tonight within one mile of each today by an attempt to sink the torpedo After the announcement today of di- just and reasonable understanding o ePANASfA, Feb 3.-Four If

l With that hope waning American other,,on the middle ground, directly boat Jacob Jones, at Philadelphia.A |plomaic break, preparations for possi- of international law" he would again American line steamships Hamburg '. !
ble eventualities made here which have .
officials wait actual dem off were by .
now an Cape
Henry. mate's helper, who is field responsible go before congress for authority to been in Cristobal harbor '
were :I
branch of service seized
" onstration of how the new decree will has been nut in irons and the every government this
(povI "use afternoon
any means that may be necessaryfor by the canal '._ ':
under orders from he and MM
affect American rights. The news of morning newspapers treat the breachin ernment is war navy -
I ready to meet all such thorities. ,
the of Night harbor ;
protection and
the killing]] of an American seaman in diplomatic relations between the emergencies.From departments. Guards were doubled traffic has been '
the shelling of the boats of the British United States and Germany as a matter around all the forts and coast defenses our people. have stopped and strict protective measure ;

steamer Eavestone is not nowregardedas of great gravity, but all the editor- will withdraw Belgium the until United States which protect the approaches to the been taken throughout the canal ,;
not zone.
the long feared overt act. It will ials are pitched in a calm and moder military conquerors port of New York. Similar precautions 23 Americans Aboard. .

be thoroughly investigated before it is ate tone. The avoidance of insulting continue.make The it hundred impossible for her to were taken at the navy yard and Galveston, Tex., Feb. 3.-The Amer the The harbor steamers seized have been in >: !
assigned to its place factor language and cutting epithets is Americans, at Governors island, headquarters of ican since the beginning of the
' proper as a especially who have proved the directing geniusfor steamer Housatonic, sunk todayoff war, ...
in the situation. noticeable. Most of the the department of the East.
newspapers the and the Scilly islands, carried a crew T
greatest longest work in
Austria's Case Undetermined say the news created no surprise, i history will remain Major General Wood denied himselfto of thirty-seven men, twenty-fice of >-.
at their TO
;t.. Meanwhile Austria's case still is unt some of them explaining that'this step I the German force them post until all callers and prohibited his staff which were Americaas. FINANCE PREPAREDNESS |:
determined. While it is known that :was expected in view of President Wil- frontier. across from making public any information ,

the dual monarbhy has officially adher son's message of last April and others regarding the movements of the units WASHINGTON
; i t ed to Germany's decalaration, as it that it was anticipated in view of the The American Minister to Belgium, under his command, which covers Housatonic Was Warned. Thomas today Feb. 3.-Senator :

now stands before the state department I president's "continual siding with- tM Brand Whitlock, will remain in Brus- twenty-two of the Eastern states and Washington, Feb. 5.Reports have I to the house introduced an amendment -*-.

' her announced intentions are entente since the war began." sels, until he is forced to present his the District of Columbia. reached here regarding the sinking of ing an issue of revenue bill propog. :.

somewhat different from Germany's, All the newspapers strongly reject seat to the Belgian government at Federal], state and municipal au the American steamer Housatonic bya est .300,000,000 nw-inter, -

; but it is doubtful if there can be a real the imputation that Germany has broken Havre, France. If the food from this thorities perfected plans for the protection German submarine Saturday off the nation bearing In treasury rotes to pot the *

I distinction.. Rupture of relations with her promises made in her note of J country is cut off Belgium] will be reduced of the many strategical pointsin Scilly islands. a "state"of naval and military .

Austria seems no less certain than it May 4, laying stress upon the fact I to a helpless state, as it is im- and near the greater city. Membersof I The ship was hailed by the subma- preparedness. -

. did, but the situation must go through that Germany's promise was expressly possible to share food or tonnage from the Home Defense League in train rine and the crew given one hour to I ed to lie amendment was read but allow. t-tThe
definite before conditioned other of the belligerent nations. ing for take the on table and was not dis-
processes a decision is on President Wilson's a year to relieve the regular to lifeboats. The steamer cussed. The
announced. success in bringing England to an ob The Americans in Germany and the police in case of emergency, were directed was then torpedoed. The submarine to notes would be payable :"
Although engrossed in the task of servance of the laws of nations. They Germans in America will be granted to hold themselves in readiness. towed the lifeboats of the Housatonic I persons whom the government 1

preparing the country for any event- generally assert that Presdient Wilson absolute freedom to depart and every Squads of policemen, under the su- toward land for one hour and a half. purchased munitions, could be used to,'"fj
uality, President Wilson has persists in effort will be made business pay taxes and would ba redeemable in
not lost ignoring Germany's justi to remove all the at the executive offices were ';
sight of the terms of peace-terms fication for her submarine policy, as Americans possible from Germany. agents, were assigned to guard the BATTERIES ARE MANNED. 1935. ,.}3

which he hopes will insure the world outlined in her various notes.A Unofficial reports indicate there are subways and elevated roads, main con- *

- against another conflagaration. number of the_u_ ,natwra,__"U_ !_nrtnnt_ ... _a .rnf __ about three thousand Americans in duits of the electric telenhonft_ u_ _and___ telephone .__ NORFOLK WHITE no US GUARD INCREASED 'X
There are intimations of thoughts of gretful tone over the wreck of the old Germany, but the latest State Department cables, bridges over the East teries at Fort,Wool Va.], in Feb. 3.-The bat S \TURDAY.WASHINGTON )
a conference of neutrals to reach an friendship between the two countries, figures show perhaps there is a river, all federal buildings and the financial Hampton Roads '
agreement on what neutrals may ask which they say Germany risked only thousand less. Of these a great ma district. Were from manned tonight by artillerymen -

when the time comes. It is known because her life interests were at stake jority are German-Americans, who The Military Training Camp Asso- Fort Monroe. In time of peace Feb. 3-AdditionaI ,

that this suggestion is being prefsed It is generally assumed by the news- probably will] prefer to remain. In ciation, composed of 18,000 men, today only Fort Wool.a few men are kept on duty at guards were thrown about the White .2
by.at least one of the European papers that the United Austria there is estimated offered the House
neutrals States will to be two president, through its ex- today soon after the president, ;
] which has been among the chief make an early declaration of war: hundred native and several thousand ecutive committee, "theactive cooperation the Strangers ,have been barred from delivered his speech to congress. The ;"

t sufferers from the war and it is be ; against Germany, for they say the naturalized Americans. Funds will be of our national machinery and reservations at Fort Monroe, and gates to the White House grounds 1,

,. lieved that President Wilson has regarded submarine campaign can hardly be provided before Gerard leaves for the organization for such use as you may guards are maintained at all approaches were promptly closed and extra police ..'

.it with favor. It is realized, prosecuted without the loss of some relief of the destitute Americans in direct," assuring him "loyal support to the fort and at the batteries and stationed to keep any one from enter- _- -

f h6wever, that the idea is still in nebulous American lives. Germany.No for any measures he might deem best government wharves. ing. Newspaper men and others with : -,

] form. While the entrance of the___ TTnitpii_un__ more American passports' for I to uphold the honor and interest of the business a tthe executive offices were
1 The first steps to place congress for- States into the ranks of Germany's Germany will be issued. nation." TAKE UP PATROL DUTY. passed through a special gate after

i mally on record in support of the enemies would be highly regrettable, they had satisfied the policemen of ,, r:

break with Germany was taken in the the newspapers say the country must SEIZE GERMAN CRAFT. GERMANY their identity. .
senate today and is expected to be followed meet this danger as the lesser of two PRISONERS NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Feb. ?.- __ ';f
I in the house. Chairman Stone evils. The danger of the United Two torpedo boat destroyers this morn Make letterheads advertise !':
'" of the foreign relations committee, introduced States as a war factor is treated with MANILA, Feb. 5.-The naval au- BERLIN, Feb. 4, via London Feb. ing joined the super dreadnaught Arkansas your business. Give them individuality -. ;,.

a resolution endorsing thepresident's i comparatively unimportance, owing to thorities at 6 o'clock this evening seiz 5.-Germany today acceded to the demand stationed off the entrance to make them distinctive, noticeabft ,2,7
action and it was placed ina the remoteness of the area of war and ed the seventeen German merchant of the United States for the im the Virginia capes on emergency duty -not commonplace. Use good stock "-
parliamentary position to be adopted the time that would be required to I in connection with the German ,
vessels anchored in Manilla bay. All mediate release of the seventy-two situa and have them printed by the Tele-
tomorrow. Republicans have given create an army. The opinion is evinc- of the I tion.
I crews were removed. Americans taken from ships sunk in I graph.
assurances of suPPOrt. ed in some quarters that the subma- :I
Simultaneously with the seizure of the Atlantic and brought to a German
Departure of BernstorffPreparations rines will decide the war before the the German .
steamers in Manilla har- port aboard the steamer Yarrowdale. ,..
for the departure of United States can take an active hand. bor the United States destroyer Barry, "
Count von Bernsstorff and his staff which left Manilla -
Saturday night un-
I progressed to the point where it was der forced draft, seized three German One of the last things to be done
I decided that the former ambassador, U. S. Has Been Patient. steamers at Cebu by the United States government be-
including the Prin t
I '"t' as well as all the German consuls in London, Feb. 5.-Lord Northcliffe, cess Alice. At the same time the de fore severing diplomatic relations with JOB PRINTING j

I ( the United States-a party of 300 or owner of the Times, the Daily Mail, stroyer Chauncey seized the three German Germany was to demand that the -
more-will go home by the shortest and other publications, today made the steamers at Zamboanga. Americans taken by the German raider _

route, probably through Holland or following statement to the Associated The seizures were made by naval of from the British steamers Georgia, ,, ':l..4

I I i Denmark. It was first proposed that Press concerning the severing of relations "ficers at the request of customs author- Mount Temple and Voltaire and who
I V of Havana with were being held in German ,.-::.
they go by way and Spain Germany: ities, who regarded attempts to de- prison '..".
..,; and thence through France or Italy "It is generally felt here that when stroy German vessels in camps be released. A Washington dis- :<-"
!I into Switzerland but the British government the history of this great world revolution harbors as wanton and lawless patch Saturday said there were sixty ...'a
I) ': is willing to grant the request ] is written future generations I of these men. Germany, in holding

" for a safe conduct through the allied will realize that the United States has AMERICAN them, had contended that as paid members Neatly and Artistically .

I 1': blockade only by the shortest and most exhibited patience and forbearance to SEA fAX KILLED. of the crews of armed enemy mer- .
i' direct route. The Swiss legation is ar- a poirt beyond which national honor chantmen they were due no immunity. Us a Trial! j

;.. ranging the details of the departrure and dignity could not go. $t is hopedby LONDON, Feb. 5.-It is officially.

and the German party is expected to a majority of the English people announced that Richard Wallace, an WILSON INVITES NEUTRALS

be on its way next week. I that America will not be drawn into American seaman, belonging at Balti- TOFOLLOR' ,.
I The work of co-ordinating the na the war. The entente allies nave Prus- more, was killed in the shelling of the LEAD OF U. S. -.

tion's resources went steadily forward sia well in hand and its sympathy, boats which left the sinking steamer :-:

I throughout the day and will be discussed moral support and assistance with finance Eavestone.The WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.-President
, tomorrow at the first cabinetmeeting munitions official statement ...;
and food gill be ren- says that the Wilson, in advising neutrals of his
i ; since the announcement of the dering our crusade an immense ser- survivors of the Eavestone who were tion in severing relations with Ger-ac- 1 rnbfurb ffimmijj! wrll'urnpq :';

: "I, break. landed today report that their ship many, has invited other .
vice."If neutrals
I I ;: President Wilson today went to the military intervention becomes was sunk by shell fire from a German follow his course. to .

I :t navy department and conferred with necessary, I do not doubt that the submarine, that the crew abandons Officials did not make it clear whether

_;' Secretary Daniels on expediting leg American soldiers will be as brdve ando the sinking vessel and that the sub- the president expected the ,.
: islation to the t efficient the marine then shelled the boats in neutrals '
; empower government as American contingentnow which to follow his example in the steps already
'9 take over shipbuilding plants, muni- in the trenches in France, with they took refuge, killing the captain taken or whether he -- ----- [ ,

tions work and other facilities in case whom I lately spent an interesting day and three seamen and severely wound them to follow the steps of the expected United ---- -- .
s ,. of need. Our has ing the second mate. .
navy great fait hin yours. States would take in thenext eventual- -
From Secretary Baker the pesidentreceived "The Prussian policy is not supported -

first-hand, report of what is by the other German states, some GERMAN VESSEL SUNK IN CHAR ity.Officials were inclined to the belief B. .
- Z.
being done within the army. of which I know are protesting about LESTON HARBOR. that the president hoped other MATTHEWS

By proclamation the president for the continuance of the horrors of the would by severing diplomatic relations neutrals (1

I bade further transfer to foreign governments enslavement of women in France and CHARLESTON, S. C., Feb. 3.-Inquiry make a combined protest with the 'Artesian Well Driller '. -
of ships building in America. Belgium and have indicated that Prus into the circumstances of the United States against the latest
While this measure was conceived sia's astounding idea of freedom decree. war r
f of sinking of the German merchantman zone The effect of a united I have
:. before the break came its purpose istlc' the seas is the worst kind of propaganda 1 Liebenfels in this harbor Thursday neutral protest would have the effect had twenty-four years experience in ;
: to prevent American merchant fleets for German kultur. of
norning was continued today in the of- modifying Germany's announced in Y
from being depleted. It has not been "There is no possibility of Germany fice of the collector of the port, Fred tentions. Well drilling in Florida. 'u

#, decided to convoy such American shipsas starving Great Britain. Next to yourselves C. Peters. None of the parties to the

now are sailing into the war zone I we are the most wasteful people conference would discuss any phase of APPROVE WILSON'S COURSE. 7 guarantee to
and no new regulations as to armament on earth, but figures of our food the situation. Agents of customs salUaily complete all

have been made. These two reserves, with which I am acquainted, vice continue on board the wrecked ser- BUENOS =
points are to be decided later. show that if we exercise moderate freighter. Capt. John R .Klattenhoff dent Wilson's AIRES, Feb. 3.Presi CONTRACT-

economy the protection of our and other officers decision to sever diplomatic -
.., navywill I of the Liebenfels relations Raiford
with ,
.' enable us to carry on the war for are still in the custody of the immi- Germany is approved :: Floods
e Regard Situation Grave. by all circles in
as Buesnos
an indefinite number of if Aires.
years nec- inspector, W. Vaughn How Most of the
J Berlin, Feb. 5, via London.-The essary. ard. newspapers eulogize the
president's decision. -
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the finding of Dallas Barefoot, a short I prices on all postoffice supplies intj OCALA.-Marion
distance west of town, in a dying con- v.hirh paper enters as an essential material hard hit by the
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. dition. Barefoot claimed he had been in manufacture. The advance in not so much as

attacked by six men near the Cart- these prices went into effect Thursday, The[ damage to the
1I ledge p'antation, who had robbed him February 1. So, where you get nine truck around 1
:{rLe. State of ten dollars and otherwise maltreated large envelopes for twenty cents today I Orange Lake was \

& NCWSJ s him in an unprintable manner. Drs. you will get only eight.after this, on these crops are t'
Price and Harrison were summonedand account of the shortage of paper in it is not thought ,

J Told Our \ found Barefoot in a state of. collapse this country. Better take a large lot groves are hurt in : ht
by Exchanges.
l 3 from loss of blood and shock. now before the price jumps," added some groves, by I (
aaaaa.a From theman's statement he had walk- Keene. Just as Mr. Keen stated to !.:I fruit was saved and L i
-- ed about four miles after being misused. I the purchaser of-the envelopes, prices tne bloom. A ; t
QUINCYj-There have been five car Sarah Thampson is real estate own- It will be remembered this same on all paper commodities in the post- urday from Lake. p:
loads of hogs and four carloads.of ed by the deceased in the city, his interests man claims to have been attacked and office were advanced February 1 at night Froday many : t

cows shipped from Greensboro duringthis in the Jape's subdivision Wad- .similarly treated five or six years ago every postoffice in the United States, the lake were kept ft
season. Later on several more deWs addition and Erickson's addition not far from Graceville. At the timeit through an order recently issued by around it presented r

carloads will follow. together with the money he had on his caused no little talk and excitement, the post office department at Washington. a brilliantly ; t

person and on deposit in any bank, also and some of the citizens offered a good it is useless to iI

BARTOW. The United States his entire personal effects. reward for the discovery of the guilty one. In many

Treasury Department is advertisingfor parties. The circumstances\ of Friday TAMPA.-Fatally injured either by the fruit was !

bids on the construction of Bar- HASTINGS. ua relay night marked only adds tothe mystery. Barefoot is falling from a train, thrown from one, killed and possibly : f

tow's proposed federal building, bids the close of the most successful virtually a stranger in this commun- or being hit by a tram, a man believed were also killed.
receivable February 26th. An appro- chautauqua everheld in this place. The ity. His home is some three or four to be W. Wallas Scott, of Fort Green, ty has been' : : I
priation of 660,000 has been made for affair was managed by the Boosters miles north,of.Graceville. He has a was found gasping his last alongsidethe growing of stock
the building and site.TALLAHASSEEFarmers. club of Hastings and the entertainers 1 wife and six children near Noma, also tracks at the foot of Twelfth will not suffer in : :N t

were furnished by the well known Rad- relatives near Graceville. He was street about 2 o'clock Sunday morning.The counties. : ,
in Leon cliffe Lyceum Bureau, of Washington, carried to his home Saturday and will police found a letter in the man's e ?

county have planted several thousand D. C. The program of entertainmentswas likely recover. ,coat addressed to W. D. Scott, Fort skies.'f I I
acres of oats and are getting away ,I of the first class and varied, consisting i Green, Fla., and contained a waybill THE \
from the one-crop system. David Coffin of vocal and instrumental mus- from the Florida East Coast rilroad. ;.k
ic of many sorts, readings and impersonations JACKSONVILLE.-A half million The hd knife clenched in his
the agent, reports that many are man a By Rev. H. [
dollar bank and to be
f peanuts instead of co'ton.Shr magic and Alpine yodelers.The company right hand and a bottle of liquor in
.J. planting
''Two or three hundred acres Wlll b8jp educational features of the chau known as the Bank and Trust'Company i his pocket. One leg was broken and In daily grind ] I(

' to peanuts in the vicinity of tauqua were also highly interesting, of Florida, which will take over there were bruises about the face and From day to day, be ;
planted the affairs of the Heard National Bank i
Miccosukee. two mornings of the three days' session head. It is supposed the man was visiting With life in trifling
being devoted to these features. and liquidate same, is being organizedwith here. The police are endeavoringto Instead aspire.When } i
J. L. Medlin of this city as pres- get into communication rela- days with
MIAMI.-During; the last couple of ident. Applications for incorporationhave tives at Fort Green. Fret not, but let
years, thirty-nine counties of Florida TAMP-Among the interestingcases been filed with the secretary of For II
have issued $17,000,000 in bonds to which will come up for trial in state. The institution will do a gen-
build roads. Per capita this is the this city will be the government's case eral banking business. The capital ST. AUGUSTINE.-The cold weather -
largest amount ever voted in any state against the Rev. J. E. Wray, charged stock of $500,000 will be divided into which has been prevailing duringthe In daily grindGo
for a like public improvement. And with sending indecent literature in 5,000 shares of par value of $100 eachto past two days is rapidly giving forth, resolved 1
every mile of good road built adds to the mails. He is the man who when be paid in cash Since the Heard National way to moderate weather. Mondaythe To tolerate the 1
the state's wealth and happiness. This facing arrest at the hands of federal Bank closed Jan. 16th, it has usual Florida weather was again You always ; t

state is coming right along. officers, was placed in the insane asy- been rumored that such an institution enjoyed. In fact, Sunday, while cool Lest jealous f
lum at Chattahoochee and was out of would be chartered to take over and liquidate land' crisp, was delightful, theb right fruitA

CREEK.-That :Arch Creekis jurisdiction. Upon his release, he was the Heard's affairs. The officers -'I I Florida sunshine tempering the air. crap of jealous
ARCH arrested. Friends had a bond pre and directors will administer the ;Travel to Florida is now fast nearing A little mind.In I
to become of the finest
destined sections in the one state of Floridais pared and he did .not remain in jail corporation until the first annual meet- :the high mark of the season and all

avocado the firm belief of Arch Creek to await' trial. The charges againstthe ing being J. L. Metllin president; C. incoming trains from the North and daily grindBe
grow- Rev. Wray are serious, alleging he vice West are daily arriving with extra t
ers and boosters, and from ,the suc- W. Ward, first president; J. I!' glad to take )' ;
which the avocado trees plantedin was the publisher of a book, which was Lewis, second vice president; R. S. coaches attached to accommodate the Where toilers sing
cess this section has made there seems to so indecent that extracts from it were Hall, secretary* M. 0. Overstreet, I tragic. As usul during the early sea- While I
not allowed to go into the records of treasurer The stock of the new institution son many of the tourists continue their
And then trifles
for this conviction. t by
be great reason
the court. subscribedand journey to the lower East Coast resorts -
'* has already been
.. Many acres of avocadoes are now be- j You will not lose
' { the following men have purchased after a brief sojourn here, returning I.
f'! ing set out and many growers who To reach the (
500 shares each: R. S. Hall, Ocala; M. to St. Augustine to finish out .
have not yet begun to plant are mak- .
JACKSONVILLE. M. Castler, the season. The resorts further down
0. Overstreet, Orlando; Forrest Lake, ----- ---- -
ing arrangements for their trees. white, about 30 years of age, was shotin Sanford; J. L. Medlin, Jacksonville} .the coast are now well filled with visitors t

the breast and seriously woundedin C. W. Ward, Kissimmee; David II. and St. Augustine is also enter- 'D net 1
a boarding house at Phoenix Park taining large numbers, but this resort' ILL HEALTH
OCALA.-"No more truck gamblingfor Scott, Arcadia; M. G. Drew, Fort I I '-j
yours truly," said Ben Raysor. He early Monday night. Following the Myers; J. G. Lewis, Jacksonville; S. P. (I is far from crowded, as the hotel accommodations SIVEr ::==:= "
stopped his Hup in front of the Star shooting Allen, another white man, Travis, Cocoa; F. R. McConnell, Jack- j: of this place are almost i IS EXPEN' \ -==:.
= :=
office recently, wearing the proverbialsmile was arrested by Sheriff W. H. Dowl- sonville.GAINESVILLEA. ,|unlimited, on account of such large I ,- :==-?--::?----' ----
that won't come off. He had ing, and Deputies J. A. McLeod and transient travel.TALLAHASSEE.The. '. liver ___.,, ,..
soetiary.! If is An.usor..wasdmanyeoetorbinbareoan
your .
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just received returns for a car of hogs Fred. Lord. who went to the scene of I _-_-_- active and your system free of waste matter you need "a+ .
I I II I rarely be aict For constipation,heavineas bad breath
the shooting. The men are said to have of the ;
Jacksonville meeting
shipped to a packing con- i and digestive disturbances: ,we a good luativaManalin :
cern, with the information that his had a heated ,quarrel regarding some Alachua County Fair Association was Internal Improvement -
hogs had broken the record of the yard rri..te matter, and the shooting fol held at the courthouse in this city board had a long session Tablets are Ideal .

for the season. They averaged 244 lowed. Allen was brought to. the city Friday. Among the several important Saturday afternoon, considering the They taste like candy, relieve effectively,and form DO bad habits. Penal
pounds, and he obtained the top notch and placed in the Duval county jail. matters discussed was the question of extension of Snapper Creek canal to Tablet clear up the'system,overcome catarrh!,restore the appetite 'and toot > 1M 'J
He had little to thi af- assist in the building of the Tamiami up the system. The two are great aids\r: ?urn C., t
say regarding revising the premium lists. It will be
price which was 8 cents per pound. Trail. Mr. Judson, of Miami, here good health. Send in thecoupon toJayCla.k. .OaU 1
It was
is said that
Castler is
in avery the;purpose of the fair managementto 'GentemeD!
; serious condition but will to urge action on part of the board. Pecans Tablet SOeManahn ( : f
prob- the premiums for stock and Encbeed 9nd._cents '
MIAMI.-This city boasts of a fac- ably survive. agricultural exhibits more attractivein Some time ago the board told a com- I ( wl and lOc Tablet 2iC ./for r box of.--._._
tory with less than $1,000 invested in future, thus encouraging exhibitorsto mittee of three from that section that :' Tablets. SEhd to
they would set aside certain amount TMPeniaaCe.Celumbaa .
r machinery, which turns out thirteen take pride in making an attractive a
brands of canned fruit and fish, and is TAMPA.-Never before in the his- of land for the building of this canal sais-a n, 4 Name.-------r
a veritable gold mine for its owners. tory of Tampa fairs and Gasparillashas cinded display.that After this discussion matter of it premiums was de- to help out in building the Tamiami :* Address ....... ... ... _. ___.._. ..

Here's a business that is not crowdedin good old Tampa been bedecked in should be left open for fuller discus- trail across the Everglades, provided; :: tT .
Florida, and every section of the bunting and flags as she is this year, sion and it was decided. to invite the the land could be sold at price namedby -- --- -- .,.
state can have just what Miami has with archways of vari-colored lights sttckmen and all others interested to the board. The land has not been
if some fellow with a little brains and covering the streets from Ybor City attend a meeting for this purpose to sold yet at that price. Mr. Judson was '
money will take advantage of the op- to the fair grounds, buildings virtually be held at the court in this city on here to bid on the land, but his figurewas SMOKE
opportunity offered. embedded in streamers and bunting, Thursday, the 22nd day of Februaryat not satisfactory to the board and - -
and everything in sight taking on a 10 a. m. The directors are anxiousfor was not accepted. The board did namea
gay and festive air. It was only Sat- figure Saturday and Mr. Jaudon is to
full and free discussion of this
ARCH CREEK.-Ten years ago the advise later whether he ALL PURE HAVANAThe
urday that the people of Tampa, the and other question pertaining to the and his peo-
land around this place sold for $15 an merchants and the owners of,the busi- fair and suggestions are invited in the ple will buy the land at the price nam-
acre. Today good farming land can ed. If the land
ness buildings seemed to realize that set aside is sold at the
hope of making improvements
scarcely be bought for $150 an acre. the price asked the I. I. board
carnival by
and fair were so near at Snap
In fact this the received this line. The premium lists will be popular cigar of the South. Made by the
was price hand and decorators had a busy day per creek canal will be extended and
!.,' by G. A. Douglass not long ago for 30 filling orders and getting things in revised at this meeting; the fair is the trail will be built by the counties
yours, so come and tell what will STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
acres. Bay front property that eight shape before the last minute. All were like to see done. It was decided you to issue along its banks, using the excavated
years ago went begging at $15 to $20 anxious to have every detail complete material from the canal.
stock in for
exchange outstanding
an acre is now bringing as high as $1- . .
before the official opening hour approached b.>n.Js. Interest in the fair is growing Geo. L Massey, Prop. Starke, Fla.
000 an acre, and little of it to be had and extra the Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell li
men by dozen
nt is
gratifying rate and it to
a hoped ,
at that. Good farming land is rentingfor everybody. Advertise-
were summoned and put to work on the late a large attendance at the next i
$15 an acre.CAINESVILLEAsking. various rush jobs about the city. meeting on the day named.


islature to appropriate $150,000 the to leg-aid FORT to LAUDERDALE.Anotherchallenge the trustees of the inter- TA\IPA.-A new railroad from this

in the fight on the cattle tick and hog nal improvement fund to disprove the city to Sarasota, traversing a most N.T.RITCH.Pre.. W. T. WEEKS, Vice-Prei. J. H. RITCH, Cashier
fertile of Florida is
part now a cer-
cholera the Florida StateLive Stock
charge that the sale of
proposed $3- minus
tainty, any promotion talk. the
Association meeting in.this city adopted -
... resolutions calling for state laws 500,000 provides of for Everglades bonus of drainage than bonds work will actually begin with 60 days
a more a
and trains will far Manatee
(. making it mandatory to dip cattle at quarter of a million dollars to a firm river by Jan. 1,1918.run as Application as has Bradford County Bank ']

regular periods and providing a livestock of bond buyer!, is contained in a state- been made to the governor by Collins
sanitary board and a state veterinary -
ar ment made public Friday by HermanB. Gillet, E. L. Sparkman and W. A. Car
to have charge of the fight __
r Walker, a director of the Ever- ter for charter for the Tampa South- -
against the tick, hog cholera and other glades Drainage League. Mr. Wal- a .
animal diseases.TALLAHASSEE.. ern Railroad Company, with a capital Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. I
ker also pays his respects to Attorney stock of $200,000. Each has subscribed .
General West and replies to the state-
to an amount of stock, taking up .
The attorney ment recently issued by the latter attacking hi
the entire lot of the capital. Two
general instituted mandamus proceed the motives and purposes of liminary surveys have been made pre-for Report of condition at the close of business December 31st, ; tj

ings against the Florida East Coast the league and its officers. "Attorney the new road, but the exact route has
Canal and Transportation company to General West's attack on the motivesof not yet been decided upon. A decision 1916, as made to the State Comptroller. I!I
compel it to maintain its canal lead- the complainants and the characterof will be made within a very few days,
ing from Jacksonville to Miami and a the lawyers who have instituted the however. One of the proposed routes

writ of mandamus was issued this lawsuit demanding an accounting of follows the bay to Sarasota, while the RESOURCES LIABILITIES tJ

morning by the supreme court againstthe he affairs of the internal improvementfund other goes east from Tampa to Plant Loans and Discounts 159062.60 Capital Stock $ 25000.00 r
company. The writ commands this ," says Mr. Walker, "is wholly unjustified City and branches south. It is said
and Undivided Profits
School Warrants 26,045.22Town
Bradford County Surplus 13,738.31Cashier's 7'.
company to proceed forthwith to re- and does him small credit as a the latter is less expensive on accountof '
;. store; the canal to the width and depth lawyer or as a public official." fewer drawbridges, which would be of Starke Bonds 2,000.00 Checks Outstanding 73.90 i

\ required by law and to maintain it inr necessary on the water route. The new Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Deposits 257,003.85
this condition. I DELAND.-Thomas E. Arnold was line will be constructed in conjunctionwith
. Other Real Estate Owned 5861.50 :,
train the DeLand the Atlantic Coast Line railroadand
run over by a :
Secured and Unsecured 103.98
FELLSMERE.-Report has it that branch at 8:10 Tuesday morning and will maintain regular passengerand
a new cattle company has been organ- instantly killed. Mr. Arnold was driv- freight service between Tampaand Cash on Hand and in Banks 81,628.92 /' -

ized to operate on land east of this ing his Ford with several boxes of oranges Sarasota. The best equipment ob-
place. The company has secured approximately to the express office. While tainable will be used after the roadbedhas TOTAL 295816.06 TOTAL 295816.06. ,

1,000 acres of the Barnett crossing the railroad tracks on Dela- been completed. The latter will 1-

tract east of us for a range and feeding ware avenue he was struck by the be constructed in such a manner thatit modern for the most satisfactory transaction of .
station, the whole to be put under coach of the DeLand branch train. The will be among the best in Florida. Every facility

fence. Engineer J. W. LaBruce and Ford was turned over twice and totally business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience,
party located on the ground.this week demolished. Mr. Arnold was thrownout \IIAMI.-A man walked up to the
and will make the necessary surveys, of his car and then dragged under stamp window of the postoffice and prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.

?tc. It is expected to hard surface a the automobile, which lodged under said, "I bought twenty cents worth of
road through that territory which will the rear end of the coach. The body large, stamped envelopes from you the Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our

k {.. shorten the run from Fellsmere to the was removed within a. few minutes, other day, but I forgot whether I got all times.Bradford
best attention at
county seat, Fort Pierce, about five terribly disfigured by the accident. eight or nine envelopes for the money .
miles. Raymond Spaulding of the Bond Lum- -anyway, I want another twenty
. '- ber Co., heard a cry and !saw the auto- cents worth." "Well," you get nine

,,,, MIAMI.-Sarah-' P. Thompson, a colored mobile roll over twice before the train large envelopes for that money today," i \
was stopped. Mr. Arnold has been a replied Frank A. Keene, stamp clerk, BankBradford
woman, is the principal benefactress County
resident of DeLand for a quarter ofa "but tomorrow you will get only eightWe
named in the will of Robert Wel-
coming here from Kentucky. raise the ,
born, wealthy Miamian who died last century, are going to price. _
week. He had taken a prominent part in all "Quit your kiddin'," laughed the visitor -
fact became known follow-
public matters. He was a leader in who recalled the steroty.ped jokein
the County's Financial Stronghold.
ing filing of the will for probate,
in the
late DeLand library work and organ- respect to everything in the world -
Saturday afternoon with County
zation of the DeLand Citrus Growers advancing in price except postage
Samuel J. Barco. The Welborn
Starke Florida.
Association. and thought Mr.
estate is estimated at between $225,000 stamps naturally
Keene indulging in bit of badi-
was a
and -
r $250,000, and according to the
__ terms of the will the colored woman MARIANNA.-Late Friday after- rage. "I'm not kiddin' about it," replied I '
will receive approximately half of this noon there was quite a little excite- the stamp clerk, "because *.vih.ive

'1t1"' amount. Included in the bequest toP I I ment when Mr. Harvey Gray reported just received orders to advance

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COLD WAVE HAS Center Hill, Feb. -Although a ,0, MEASLES. + STARKE 4 The Starke Motor Company, formerly -

minimum temperature of twenty was i FRATERNAL DIRECTORY <;> known as the Fireproof Garage,

reported Saturday morning, and twen !.'' ..." ', ',' ,! !. :,' !- .' !, !.' ,' !, 0', !' '!-' i, ,& turned out a job this week that woulddo
IL : CAUSED DAMAGE ty-three Sunday morning, the damage It is a preventable disease-it can ,;. F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. '!' credit to any repair shop no matter -

: on cabbage, peas and romaine in this be prevented and it ought to be pre- 35.;; Meets every second and !' how highly equipped. The job was

I locality is estimated at only fifty per vented. fourth Monday nights. ,0' the working over of a Ford touringcar

i IN THIS STATE ''cent. Few tender vegetables are up. The rather wide prevalence of the 9" for a customer who lives at Trenton -
A few small citrus trees have been Lodge Xo. 10. Alachua county. The entire car (
disease in Jacksonville and throughout r I. 0. 0. F., May till W.i
F' j'f killed, but the larger trees will not the state is taking a wide sweepin ; Meets every Tuesday night. was overhauled from front to rear, the I v.4

I lose all their leaves. Most of the citrus other states and through the na c A body repainted and varnished ard a .

SEVEREST COLD SINCE THE crop had been gathered. tion. And this epidemic brings up M. W. of A., Starke Camp. new top put on. When the car vva.-,
I the old proposition, which is becom- .' Meets every first and third Wed- ;' ready for delivery to the owner it *
E: FREEZE OF FEBRUARY, 1896 I Some Cheer Here.I ing more emphatic as the years go by, .' nesday nights. '*!' ,. could hardly be told from a new, ofte II I

i I Winter Haven, Feb. 4.-Reports re. that it is unnecessary, that it could I S > < and the motor was running as smc nth- i I

FULL EXTENT OF DAMAGE TO ceiv'ed from this territory indicate that have been prevented if every mother, '. W. 0. W., All Friends Camp '!. ly as if it had just got in from De-

i: TRUCK AXD FRUIT TREES AS the citrus crop is safe, the groves being whose child had "caught" the disease No. 138. Meets every second and troit.;

': unharmed, except for slight dam- had done her duty. If she had taken i fourth Friday nights. G ,

.; YET NOT KNOWN. age to nursery stock. .The vegetablei precautions to keep her youngsteraway .J
"-- r i i suffered heavily, except cabbage. from other children who had it, : Visiting brothers are cordially !' )

i. What is believed the coldest weather I. The lowest temperature reported being or, if her own kid had it, she had done r invited to attend these meetings. r The Kind
.; since the "big fieeze" of 1896 which 25. her Christian duty by keeping otherwomen's t I Mother Usei'
from her infected : V.t !' + sV
kids own t
away Well 'I'I f
'J destroyed almost completely the citrus i Now I very; time mother

industry, was felt throughout the,. !' Miami Expects Frost. patient. , 0 i t.nv there's & toC4..
There used to be a deeply cherished ,! !' '! '!' '! + '!' I going ;
;> E northern and central portions of the j i Jacksonville, Feb. G.-The cold wave t', :'c 5 to eat at our house
fashioned mothers 4
? ; state this morning. Because of the still holds the greater part of the notion among old 4 6' "Thedford'i Black-Draugbl ndtr, 4'
measles tempting; doughnl1t) : 1
I that child had to have *' CHURCH DIRECTORY.
reach of the southeast in its destruction every ,
: inability to a greater part j grip, bringing ('> cakes and !
and other so-called best all-round medicine pies I\ene\'ers
whooping cough '! is the
;, state by telegraph on account of wire to tender vegetation in Florida, en
; W. G. Law <*> jTJ
BAPTIST-Rev. failure
and when with
infantile afflictions
;" troubles caused by Friday night's high causing suffering among the poor, par- any in way the + pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. <* leer used," writes J.A. it's the Calumet, i,
:,' wind, complete reports are not avail ticularly in the larger cities, the freezing any of these prevailed neighborhood '?o Sunday morning service, 11:00 says only BJ i .Potdrr1"

t .... able. to death of a white boy and two and affairs they that wern't so couldn't rushed"tendto with ,o'clock: Sunday evening service, Steelman, of Pattonvflle,Texas. Insures Unif ,

', It is feared that many citrus trees negroes, delay to telephone and telegraph other the they well haveit ?' 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday even- <> "I suffered terribly with liver Rec. ..Hic "1.
it" children "might as .
and killed service and incidentally ? 6:45 Wednesday evening ..
-' are badly damaged, probably pilingup ing, ; '
t' in the northern portion of the state, plumbing bills and forecasting a and be done with it, and -so they + prayer service, 7 o'clock. Everybody <> troubles,and could get no relief. AqiWerri::-I
,. at least, as warm weather recently had higher price for winter vegetables and practically invited it into their homes + cordially invited to attend. '
,F caused sap to begin running and many fruit. and took a week or two to nurse the <$> The doctors said I had coo- 1 !
innocent victims of ignorance and foolishness ;- CHRISTIAN H. Coleman, *
had started their Low
growers budding temperatures were general over A sumption. I could not work at f
:; through the malady. pastor. Preaching the first and
., tree?. southeastern: states Monday with a
r t '"' Vegetables in the ground are said drop to one degree at Greensboro, N. Now, while the measles in itself is third Sundays" in each month.
to have been killed far down the penin C., Monday morning, 2t5 at New Or- not an extremely serious affair, like *' Morning service, 11 o'clock o'clock church; even-<$'> g. KtNi't a 1

." sula, as the cold penetrated to many leans and Jacksonville, and 43: at Tamp some other diseases of children, it may '?% board ing service meeting, 7 the first; Sunday" i THEDFORD'SBLACK

t i; points far to the south. :!. High winds responsible for muchof lead to other complications that are 'iin each month. Loyal Daughters '* !

The minimum temperature in Jacksonville the interruption to wire communication II serious. It's risky with children and
.' Saturday, according to thef were not so pre'"alentIonday more risky with adults, and the older f f ; { Weather Bureau, was 16 degrees. night and rising temperatures for persons can catch tie infection from *' meet first Friday in each month '!> -

Tuesday were forecast for the greater the :younger ones. There's no use in *' at 3:30 p. m; Sunday school every-v .
.f > ;} part of the South, except in the Florida either having it, to say nothing of inviting !> Sunday at 10a. m. Everybody*
f JACKSONVILLE, Feb. 3.-With peninsula, where the frost line was it. These complications in the > welcome to these services. '!> i,

2 temperatures breaking low-point records expected to reach Miami and a dropto (I youngsters are toward bronchial pneu- 4) i. DRAUGHTand

!t : .- at many points in the state, last 1 degrees was reported at Tampa. monia and capillary: bronchitis, with V; EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer <*> : I.

: 4. '_ night saw considerable damage done Report of Damage Vary the grown ups toward more perma- ?' priest in charge. Sunday school, a> :
:t' citrus groves and truck crops throughout Reports from Florida varied to nent chest troubles. !' 9:-15 a. m.; morning prayer and '?' I to my surprise, I got better
as !> '$> y
rt Florida. sermon, ; 'eveningpray.-
No has the invite I
woman right to
ff" Incomplete reports indicate that the fruit extent and of damage to winter to the citrus disease, no matter how seemingly insignificant ?' er and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal + and am to-day as well as any
crop vegetables s> 7 o'clock, Wednesday.
many sections have suffered heavily. which find their way to Northern mar- it may be, into her home or :'.evening. Come and worship with;4 I. man. Thedford's Black-

.. y I Locally, fruit trees and vegetables kets. Tampa dispatches said damageto to expose her children to it or knowingly .*' us. Draught is a general, cathartic,
were killed. Produce dealers state that to allow them to be She I
I citrus fruits was small in the penin- I exposed. I vegetable liver medicine, that
[ ''i" truck arriving last night and this sula, but severe in middle Florida and has not the right to soabuse a respon- '!' :METHODIST L. Z. Barr, 4-
t morning was frozen and express fear : that the'Irish potato and tomato sibility placed upon her by the Crea- 1* pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. '$ has been regulating irregularities -
: for crops throughout Northern and had been virtually wiped out in'all tor. It is foolish almost to the pointof '!v Preaching every Sunday except '?> of the liver stomach and -TL

i ? Central Florida. I' parts of the state except the Southern wickedness. If the child acquiresthe *.' fourth Sunday of each month; 4!>
thermometer the Weather service <* bowels, for over 70 years. Get
The .at tip. The cabbage, celery and lettuce contagious affliction by accidentor :, morning 11 o'clock; evening > CIIICAI
> r Bureau, recorded a low point of 16 degrees -! crops were reported at Tampa to have through no lack of precaution on service, 7 o'clock. Prayer ijv > a package today. Insist on thegenuineThedford's.
this morning at 6:40 o'clock her her is limited meeting Wednesday evening at 7 !>
been part duty not to
saved from extreme E-70
damage by + I
; This is the lowest (temperature recorded precautionary measures. In direct nursing it back to health, but it is !' Junior Epworth League r Cheap and bib! canBaMngPowdessaeyou
: here since the "big freeze" i in Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Calnmetdots-JAP..
contravention to this was a letter to an equally her duty to protect her other ..' Senior money.
1896, whe nthe went to 10, Epworth League Sunday Jr : and far
mercury Atlanta commission house signed children and the neighbor's children superior to sour milk and S
evening at (6:15. A cordial invitation '*
killing and wrecking the for 'I_
groves W. II. :Marshall, a \'('getableOgrower at from the disease. It involves the old, J, is ,
extended to all to I
tunes of hundreds of Floridians. worship -
old question asked just little while
Fort Lauderdale, who stated that this a ." with
Miami reported a minimum this was the coldest winter he had seen in after the Garden of Eden was left t us. v c?> WOOD CONTRACT TO LEt
morning of _: 8 degrees, the lowest temperature
without a tenant-Am I brother'skeeper '
seventeen in Florida and that all my J-
PRESllYTERI.\X-nev. Hereby sealed bids
., ever recorded there. Titus- ? H. G are invitrffe, ,
vegetation that was "not covered is ;' Denison, pastor. Sunday school ,! 1,000 cords of
to 5,000
vine reported 24, Orlando also reported frozen. have burst The answer of the centuries has been ;. wood uf&*,
Cabbage and 9-15
open a. m.; preaching Sun- '
24 and Tampa 26. Gainesville had every Practically heart dead pint
you know what it takes to freeze cab emphatically, "Yes,-your brother'skeeper day-mornin sercice, 11 o'clock; ) close
minimum of the r grain pine wood
a 16, same as Jackson- green
and the and '!'
bage. keeper protector evening service 7
so I'clock
; ville. ; prayer good heart, and to be four feet w
: Fort Lauderdale is on the east coast far as lies in your power, of all your 4 meeting, Wednesday evening at 7 e {
"' Incomplete reports from the truck between Jacksonville and Miami. Re- other relatives and neighbors and the 'N o'clock. Visitors cordially invited 4s OLD and split into such size M w2Hxa. .
and citrus centers indicate that little lenient: for all
no to handling
; ports from Orange, Marion, Alachua, neighbor's relatives clear out to the worship with us. <*> ;
damage has been done crops. Hastings St. Johns and limits of created human 3 C) rut[ cff close to the body of the tdtt: ;
beings. You
reported an inch of ice with heavy ties already had adjoining told of damage Florida to coun-the can't escape the responsibility without '!' ;. ., 44 4)4 '!> .s> 4) 4n !' ,4.4Sloan's RUBBER COPPER all to be racked on the station j

damage. A private message from a TIRES BRASS water and light plant in .& raMSj 1 :
fruit laden trees and of the killing in neglecting a duty imposed by an all ;
grower at Leesburg reported heavy wise Liniment Eases Pain. For; further particulars S :
F many instances of the young trees. Providence, who. sees farther than TUBES LEAD see ;
'. damage to groves, the informant stat Louisiana also suffered you can." Sloan's Liniment is first thought of tenlent;, W. H. Philips or J. B. 1
ing that he had saved some of his fruit considerable mothers for' ROPE SCRAP IRON Secretary. Bids be sent ta'XDajis i
: damage to its fruit and vegetables. Florida's State Board of Health has bumps, bruises and for may
through the use of heaters. promulgated a rule thllllllllmfwypuju sprains that are continually happening RAGS BONESSEND Secretary, on or Won .'

I : Growers Local of the Damage immediate Great I LITTLE MUSICIANS ENTERTAIN. promulgated a rule that due warning to children. It quickly penetrates and o'cfxk a. m., Saturday, Febnarj.i ]

of nity I shall be posted on the house or prem- soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and IT TO US WE REIiIT PROMPTlY 19f. r ]
coming to ton this i J
Miss Margaret Livingston ies where effective BOND TRUSTED :
entertained a case of measles exists. more than mussy plasters or i
morning report heavy damage with ice the members of the Little Musicians That warning means that you shall ointments. For rheumatic aches, neu- Write For PrlceKstWHHSfflMHfttLCa 2't.! Starke iM 1,
t through their fields where moisturehad
Club very delightfully last week at keep away, unless the call of humanity ralgia pain and that grippy soreness \ I
accumulated. A from Mandarin
grower the attractive home of her parents, summons you to help, or unless having after colds, Sloan's Liniment gives a }
"1 ,; declared his trees badly damaged Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston. An had the disease and thereby being immune prompt relief. Have a bottle handy 657 E.BAY JACKSOI4VtltttiA., 64 44,44cD434$4$41 I
to I
according incomplete
an survey, enjoyable program was rendered at you may volunteer your aid and for bruises, strains, sprains and all '*
and fruit frozen
L through. crops the close of which delicious refreshments sympathy, but always it external
: Jacksonville said have means that pains. For the thousands R Davis ,
near are to been J.
were served Mrs. the "
F : killed. by Livingston, children must be kept away. Whose work calls them outdoors, the
; Mrs. Fernandez and Misses Marie Livingston When the people of this "
state and pains and aches .
I Wires Are Down following exposureare SPRING TERM REVIEW COURSE
and Florence Matthews. nation shall learn and heed the i
relieved &
by Sloan's Liniment.
Owing to high winds of last night, Robert At I Company
1 telegraph service is badly I demoralized. discussed.Schumann The was the composer that freedom from disease of every na- all druggists, 25c. ((1)Trespass"cards ) April 2 June 1, 1917 I
:' program was as fol- ture is the basis of real prosperity, J
: Wires are down and many points are lows
I : that sickness means a crippling of the i I write for catalogue and full information. I i
f cut off from communication. It was Piano Solo, Azalia Polka-:Margaret economic for sale at this office. INSURANcE
productivity, that it is i
impossible to reach a Make JOHN B. STETSON
Tampa letterheads UNIVERSITY
over commercial Livingston. direct tax on such productivity, then your advertise i i.I
o' wires for long time this business. Give ,
Reading your them individual-
'Schumann's Life and will greater heed
, I morning and other points in that portion Woiks"-Ethel Griffin. of disease, even given if to it the is only prevention ity, make them distinctive, noticeablenot FLORIDA :! t J

of the state were isolated. Duet, Orange Blossoms the commonplace. Use good stock j'
Waltz measles the Starke Florida
:t.:I ies Repair and telephone crews for lines telegraph are compan-working liams.Jessie Mae Baisden and Maude Wil- isn't fair to the among children; children.it's taking It a graph.and have them printed by the Tele- Tell it to the Telegraph and you tel! I :I :-: fi

r. I out from the principal points this rather mean advantage of them, and it Ie iverybody. Advertise. i '' +'.'+ .i.:. .
Duet .
Crown Diamonds-Kate is a violation of higher ,
a to
: morning, forces permit =-- J
large having been sent
Young and Mrs.
suffering and danger ant risk -- r
when -'
j t from Sanford, Ocala, Gainesville and I. Story of Robert Schumann's Life- and where they can be prevented. ,%4%"%144 'o f ,!'
: i other cities and communication is eppcted \- I Lucile! Tatum.1'iano %%"% "%''%'%%
I to be #
completely re-established
1" Duet, Over Hill( and Dale-
tt' I I today with all points. Misses Cleo Mitchell and Florence WONDERFUL STUFF! Comer L Peek '' I
I t :Must .\wait Forecast Matthews. LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS Julian L Peed

r 'I a.,: Forecast of the total damage form Piano Solo, Trauverie Romance- ,1 t
.. j I : s' the cold was impossible this morning, Mrs. Hughes. S

,; 'I ; -; though it was feared Meterologist I i I Piano Duet, March :\Iartaine-Flor- Apply a Few Drops.Then Lift COMER L. PEEK & SON } t
Mitchell of the weather
-. bureau and ence Andrews and Mary Canova. Corns
I produce men, that great damage hadt Reading Schumann's or Calluses Off With -
on LifeJessie $ r
t ,een done. However, the extent of they Mae Baisden. Fingers-No Pain. I 1I.

;. ;< damage will depend largely on today's Piano Solo, Dolly's Delight-Fran- Real i
:. conditions and until complete Estate
. K -- reports ces Colley. '
L S; are received no definite idea of the loss Piano Solo-Anna Canova. No humbug! Any corn, whether $ i

i; through the cold wave can be had. hard, soft or between the toes, will !

1; '1 That Florida lost heavily is believed THE TRIUMPH OF MIND. loosen right up and lift out, without a J i
; certain, though just to what extent is particle of pain or soreness. $

;; impossible to state. While numerous \ This drug is called freezone and is a Unimproved farm '
groves are believed to have been badlydamaged Last Saturday morning about 9 compound of ether ,discovered by a lands throughout Bradford Counf
it is not believed that all are o'clock B. F. Roberts received a telegram Cincinnati man.

r killed. The same will apply to truck, I. from a man in Jacksonville, ask- Ask at any drug store for a small $ and in northern of Alachua 1 '
f as many growers, being warned in adVance ing him to ship him four gallons of his bottle of freezone, which will cost but County.

f of the approach of the cold, took justly celebrated syrup on the Cedar i a triflle, but is sufficient to rid one's ) 8
t precautionary measures to safeguard Key train the same morning. It was feet of every corn or callus. $
f their crops. only half an hour to train time and Put a few drops directly upon any ii

he must act quickly. He had his syrup tender, aching corn or callus. Instant Stock Ranches }
I Mandarin Suffers Freeze. I in an 8gallon.jug- and tilting- tf it ly the soreness disappears and shortly # Improved rms, Resident Lots in 4'' 1

up, it took 5 minutes before the cold I the corn or callus will loosen and Starke

', -... Mandarin, Feb. 3.-Orange groves syrup began to trickle out. At this it can be lifted off with the fingers. $ Turpentine and Timber Lands and J
here and all truck have been consider- 'rate it would require several hours be- This drug freezone doesn't eat out ,

;: abyl damaged in this section of the : fore 4 gallons had run out, and that the corns or calluses but shrivels them Waterfront Lots 1

county. The big orange groves of A.I would never do. Mr. Roberts, in sttidy- without even irritating the surround- on Shore of Kingsley. '
M. Ives, C. E. Martindale, Maynard ing over the problem, remembered-how ing skin. J c.,

Crane, G. Dinsmore, H. Meade, M. the water in the power house is blown Just think! No pain at all; no soreness .
: Hooker, W. Arnold and II. Nichol have out of the well by hot air. Why not or smarting when applying it 1 '

t been more or less damaged. Citrus syrup likewise? or afterwards. If your druggist don't Thirty-six Years '
fruit not yet picked was frozen on the There have freezone Real Estate Business 'a
was no time to" lose.Ir.. have him order it for Here Fits Us to Give
ie. trees. Fires were kept going in some I Roberts held his mouth close to the you. ((62)) You FULL VALUE For '"

t'\.. of the groves all night. This section mouth of the jug and rapidly began to Your Aloney. y

., being one of the largest in Northern recount his hunting, trapping and fish-
Florida for the production of cabbage, i ing exploits. And lo! The syrup immediately -

!; ; t! the crop is more or less ruined. Other began to run out of the jug, EDGAR EYES 1 D

w r truck suffered in comparison. It is believed and 4-gallon jug was filled as fastas Opt.c.an *** Tested COMER L. PEEK &

here that a great number of the a boy could force the syrup down its JACKSON VI LiE.FLA SON .- "
citrus fruit trees have been killed on mouth with a ramrod. The jug was

r .account of them being full of sap at expressed on time. Here's an instanceof Broker Lenses Duplicated STARKE ... AY

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" HAMPTON BOND ELECTION THERMOMETER 'WAY DOWNA away. the thermometers had gone down to uous warm weather made him fear were driven back. .

FAILED BY 25 VOTES Saturday morning Starke awoke 15'% degrees. One morning in February ,'that he would have to carry it till next Suddenly the women turned their

numb from cold. It took courage to 1896, the thermometer showed 14 winer. But Saturday morning such a ury on a street car crossing the bridge x

, light rain last Thursday was succeeded get and make a fire. The next in degrees,which was the coldest weather 'I run was made on his wood piles till I The forces of the women quickly were t=
(Continued From Page 1.) on Friday by a high wind which .order up was to fill a pot with water forth known since 1835, when the St. Johns he was in a quandary about finding augmented by Other women and chil-

grew colder all the time. It came direct and river was frozen over. It continued to enough teams to fill the orders. dren and later on by many men. Four
coffee. Now, some far-sighted
Bills examined and ordered
follows from Medicine Hat and had not reckless people, in spite of the solemn freeze all day Saturday."I street cars in Juarez anti on the bridge
drawn as
'A. S. Feagle. teaching: _____1 85.00 stopped on the way to warm up. It warning of the bond trustees not to pity the poor strawberry grow- MEXICAN WOMEN START RIOT were attacked. The motormen and con-
__ ____ was of blighting chilliness, and every ductors were draped from the
Dais McFadden do w 25.00Julia do so, had opened their faucets the ers, was heard on all sides Saturday, BECAUSE OF BATH ORDER cars
Anderson do 40.00 in Starke who could boast overcoat and beaten and the .
man an burned.A
of morning. But first one, then another, cars
before let small stream
/me Jeffrey do ________ 35.00 night to a
8. M. Pete do S.OO or an excuse for one donned it. water run and thus keep the pipes berry grower came to town, their United States mail wagon whichwas

B. L. Gar Colson do do-_ 85.00 During former colds, bed quilts, blan- from freezing; they had water for heads bundled up in wraps,but enoughof JUAREZ, Tex., Feb. 5.-When 400 crossing the bridge also was

York. M. Bryan do-__,_-____ 40.00B. 36.00 kets and shawls were used, but we are their coffee and morning ablutions, their faces were exposed to show Mexican women, led by a redhairedgirl wrecked and the driver beaten. In the -?

Mrs U. D. Johna do 9.00 too stylish for such garments now. but others were not so lucky and had satisfied smiles. Why those smiles? started to cross the international midst of the rioting the Mexican authorities

Hae un.Mackinnejr Mae Brannen do -do _-_ 45.00 35.00 However, as an overcoat is regarded in to go to the few open wells extant in Oh, only that they had praying for cold bridge at Juarez to go to their placesof issaed orders directing that ;

j. E. Snell do -. ..,_+__-J n.-. 5.00 the light of a necessary evil and expected town, regardless of the germs con- weather to cut down the berry supply employment, they were barred by no Americans should be permitted to
j. B. Ford do 25.00 to last 15 years, some of these when the berries be- United States health officers enter leave Juarez. '
until the time
Percy McLeod do _........_ 40.00J. tained in their waters, for their morn acting
M. Groover do ___-__ 35.00JUllice garments looked pretty rusty.At ing's supply. Some of the pipes were come in enough demand to bring bet- under a new quarantine which provided For hours thousands Mexicans

Mrs. Mae Robinson Brannen'do_,_ 35.00 17.50 night every housewife began to -all right when thawed out with hot ter prices. Well, if he strawberrymen that all persons without military gathered at th? Juarez end of the international -

. Bernice Parker do _- 20.00 cover up such flowers and plants as'' water, but others were bursted like didn't care, what's the use for passes must take a disinfecting bath bridge shoutinglnaledic-
A. A. Thomas do do -.- 30.00 could not be taken indoors. There were candidates' hopes. All Saturday, Sun- others to feel sad?-and all began to of vinegar and gasoline before enter- tions at Americans and at the United
Perkin .
Edgar Bin: Grandin do--______ 35.00 35.00 .no bedclothes to spare for this purpose, day and Monday the plumbers did a wear a broad smile. ing the town. The women vigorous1 States troops on the northern side. .q'.
one Smith do 40.00 but sacks, mats, old clothes and boards land office business repairing broken The broadest smile of all was worn refused to submit to the baths. They Stones and bottles! were hurled at the

Kate genie Douglass McGruder do do--______.___-__ 43.75J. 40.00 were used, and anchored with paving water pipes.Saturday. l by N. B. Hull. lie had an immense attempted to push their way past the Americans guarding the bridge, several I.-
L Olden do 60.00 bricks to keep them from blowing morning about 5 o'clock stock of wood on hand, and the contin- health officers and bridge guards but of whom were injured.
iv$ Williams do -,.___?___ 35.00 ;
John L. Seotten do 60.00 :
Ellie Milling do ?_----__________ 35.00 .
J. R. Keller do 25.00 c 1 _.. .._. .o.
M. D. Paul do ---------_____ 30.00 __ "'
A. O. Jenkins do __.-. B5.00 i
Cecil; Howell do -_____ 85.00
Mn. J. C. Poppell do BO.OO I.
Shep Thomas do 35.00A.
C. Kelley do ------_________ 35.00 :.
Vera Surrency do 35.00
Olive Ray do 55.00
E. C. Warren do 70.00
Frances Clark do 50.00
Alma Clark do ---___________ 40(.00
Sunolia Vaughn do ___?________ 75.00 Grand RemovalSALE
Mildred Crosby do --_____ 40.00
Emma Darby do -_. :._ BO.OO
MB. E. K S.tuck do 60.00 I.
Delle Stroman do 65.00
S. S. Dowling do ----_______: 125.00
L. H. Futch do .---.__.j _____ 50.00
Beatrice Futch do .----___?. 35.00 a
lecy Harris do -----____________ 35.00
D. W. Martin do _--________ 40.00
LouiM Sander do __ 40.00
Lake Butler Bank 40.00
Lake Butler Bank -?.;_ 50.00
Lake Butler Bank ____:j._r____?__ 115.00
N. G. Hall teaching- ---___._ 70.00
Eunice Hazen do ____________ 40.00 30 DAYS 30 DAYS
B.'L. Gay do -----____________ 35.00
Clara Stewart do 40.00
Loca Johnson do _.____?______ 40.00
Alga Ward do 40.00
Virgie Thomas do 12.25
Minnie Phillips do -... 40.00 --J
JL B. Shaw do 70.00
Delah\ Beilling do 40.00
Gertrude Thomas do 40.00 of the
Algar Thomas do _._ 85.00
Ada Nimmo do ---*.._..-_._.?.?____ 40.00
Madeline Middleton do 40.00 1H
Mamie Pinholster do ______ 40.00
R. A. Green do 70.00
S. K. Kelley do ____________ 50.00
Kath Jackson do 25.00H. CASH DEPARTMENT H
W. Bartley do ___________,_ 30.00 STORE
C.-E. Kelley do 25.00
Daisy McFadden do 25.00
May Pope do -__ 80.00
Mollie Thomas do 80.00 e
Fannie F. Martin do ____ I40.0i

c Edna C.Baxter Scad do do _-_________?____ 50.00 85.00
Marguerite Cobb do 40.00 At Their New ::

Clifford Cecil Stinson Harrell do! do__ BO.OO 21.00 Headquarters }

loa Alderman Jo -___... 65.00
Lake Butler- Bank 70.00 t
Nannie Andrews teaching ____________ 40.00
L. C. Taylor do _____?_?___ 40.00
Mrs R. H Weaver do 40.00 Next Door to the United States Post Office i

May Ruby Ware Deft do do-_____?________?_.__ 40.00 40.00

E. M. Knight do ___?________ 90.00
Lillie Marshall do ___________,______ 40.00
R. H. Terry do 90.00
Bernice DeSha do 40.00
Reba Brown do 40.00
Rosemary Hull do -_._?_____? 40.00
Mattie Stalsby do ____-_ 40.00 '
Helen Terry do 4ILOO
T. J. Appleyard supplies 14.00 February Oth
Amie Mackey teaching 45.00 Beginning
A. G. Powell printing 18.50
Lake Butler Bank teaching 40.00
Julian Collins do ____...._ 35.00
Albert Dubose do ..._______ 45.00
1.. A. Davis do -.........?:_.. 101.50
Dara Johnson do 40.00 With full line of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats andLadies'
Rowie Reddish do ______________ 40.00 ,
Rossie Reddish do 18.00

Mr Dora.. P.Johnson M .Padgett do _do ____________ 18.00 9.00 Children's A full line
and of
J. E. Moore do 6.00 Ready-to-Wear. GroceriesMEN'S

Edith Townscnd do ____.____......... 70.00 ,
D. A. Kentie do __....____? 45.00'
N. w. Hall do -;...: i5:0o: :
Mrs. T. E. Waldrup demonstration work 100.00

A.Bradford S. Feagle Co.teaching Bank inrt_on borrowed 35.00 CLOTHING. MEN'S SHIRTS. 50c and 75c Ladies' Underwear. SPECIAL TO THE LADIES.

.__.._.._.__ $1. and $1.50 Men Dress Shirts. Sale Price .49 .
mosey _._ 195.70 ----------------
Yards of
Sean Roebuck &: Co. typewriter 4---- 44.50 $10 and $12 Men's Blue Serge Sale Price ________________ .89 $1.50 and $2 Ladies Waists.'I, Cinhamshress
J. R. Scarborough material ___. 204.35 Suits. Sale Price 10.98 Sale Price Goods, Flannels, 13c Sellers .09
75c and $1 Men's Dress Shirts. 89
J. R. Poppell Inc for office _____ 11.09 ---------------- Assorted Cotton
E. W. Wilson teaching 90.00 $15 and $18 Men's Blue Serge Sale Price ________________ .49 75c and $1 Ladies' Waists. and Silk Threads.Sale .-.
Roland Andenon do ______________.._. 61.28 Suits. Sale Price -------- 9.98 75c Pongee Shirts. Sale Price "__"_______u.4-& Price ---------:;--- ..03Special
Rag Pardloe do ___________ 70.00 Sale Stock
Mrs. 0. M. Maine do ___II 40.00 $10 Men's Up-to-date Single Coats. Sale Price ________________ .4775c 75? Ladies' Petticoats. onn1lrt of H

Minnie Dowling do __________ 40.00 Sale Price ________________ 3.98 Work Shirts. Sale Price ________________ 44 Enamelware.
Rule C. E. Crosby do ________.._____._ 42.50 $4 and $'5 Men's Coats Sale Price .49 75c Ladies Gowns and Chemises. HATS .
Milling do 35.00 ---------------- AND CAPS.
J. E. McRae board service 4.20 Sale Price ________________ 2.79 Sale Price ________________ 44 .
J. E. Douglass do ..._..___?..____. 9.90 50c Men's Belts. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN $1 and $1.23 Embroidered Gowns. 1.50 and $2 Men's Hats.

T.E. B.R. Pinholster Poppell salary do _______________. 125.00 7.00 Sale Price __________u____ .23 SHOES. Sale Price -__------------_ .89 Sale Price --__________---_ .98
Special District. 33e and 50c Mens' Suspenders. $.& and $5 Ladies' Skirts. $3 and $4 Men's Hats.
Amie Mackey teaching 4 ...._._.__. 10.00 .23 $2 and $2.50 Palm Beach Slippers. Sale Sale Price ..__ 1.89
Sale Price Price _____ _________ 1.98 ------------?
J. W. 15- ---------------- u
Morgan crayon ___ 90 Sale Price 1.39
---------------- 75c and $1 Men and ( .
J. P. Kickliter broom 15 .65 lOc 11.1 e Handkerchiefs. $2.50 and $3 Ladies' Skirts.Sale Boys' 'apl!

D. C. Jones pump 15 __________ 6.00 Sale PriceWhite_______<..._u__ .0335c $4 and $5 Men's Low and HighQuarter. Price ____________u__ .97 SIP' ----n__ 43
N. PriceShoes. 2.89
B. Hull lime _. Sale
Gents Ties $5 and $7 Ladies' Skirts.Sale .
Johns Furniture Co. atove pipe 15 __. 1.80 and 50c $3 lens Elk Skin .
Julian D. W. Moore Collins inc.teaching. 1 8 __1_ 30.00 12.30 Sale Price ______u________ 19 Sale Price __uuuu____ 1.93 Price __________u____ 3.98 High Sale Grade Price Granulated Suffer. ..08
$1.25 American Corsets. ----- ----------
Lillie Crosby teaching 27 60.00 $2 and $2.50 Men's Work Shoes. Beauty :
Quigley Lumber Co. lumber 1 S.17 MEN'S PANTS. Sale Price ____________u__ .79'12 Ib. Self Rising Flour .
Sale Price 1.71
Leon Thomas teaching 12 ________ 14.50 uuu 50c Ladies' Supporters. Sale Price --_... .63 -
J. W. Morgan $5 and $6 Men's Tailor Made Pants. $2 Boys' Shoes.
supplies T7 14.43 24 Ib. Self Flour.
Bradford County Bank loan- 3.98 Sale Price ______ _____ .23 Rising
Carter janitor 25 25 520.14ary 11.00 Sale Price ------_--------- Sale Price ---------------- t.69 5075c Ladies' and Girls' Aprons Sale Price u__________ __ 1.23
H. P. $2.50 and $.00 Men Pants. $1.50 Children's Shoes.
Gainey inc. 18 3.35 15c 3lb. can Tomatoes. '
Sale Price _______ .23
Mary Carter janitor 25 20.00 Sale I Price __ ______ 1.98 Sale I Price 69 uuu co
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Bradford ------ -:--------------- MEN'S UXDERWEAR.a e Price ___u_______. __ .11
County Bank loan 3 60.67 Good Pants. Comforts.
Men's Extra Ladies
Board Pub. Inst. refund 25 _______ 160.00 $1.50 $1.50 Old 50c and 75c Men's Underwear. lOc 2-Ib. can Tomatoes.
K H. Terry teaching 25 ________ 10.00Jlpn. ..Sale Price _____--_____--__ 98 Sale Price __________-u__ 1.09 Sale Price _.__ __ .09
..R. H. Terry do _______. 10.00 SIP' --- ..4973c uu
$4 and $5 Ladies High Grade Shoes. :
15c Salmon.
Di-Sha do PANTS en.IstiD;;;; :
JfeU Brown do __ 10.00 10.00 BOYS' SUITS AND Sale Price _;-______________ 2.69 I Price .47 Sale Price -_________._ ___ .14
Rosemary Hull\ do 10.00 $3.50 and $4 Boys' Pants. $2 and $3 Ladies Shoes. 50ca 40c Maxwell House
'________________ Men's ib iggU d;;; Coffee.
Stakby do ar.
Ja atti Undt'rhl1ine.\ 16 ______________ 10.00 2.70 Sale Price ________________ 1.98 Sale Price ___________u___ U9 Sale Price ___ .25 Sale Price ____________..t. ,. .32
'A- D. Andrews do 22 ________ 12.25 $2. and $3 Boys' Pants. $l..'>0 and $2 Ladies Shoes. uuuu 30e Mb. can Bliss Coffee.

w. B. Jenkins janitor 3 30.00 Price ______ ______ U9 Sale Price ______ ____ ___ .98
J-D W. White &: Son inc 3 __________ 1.85 Sale un u : CHILDREN'S HOSE. Sale Price _______u__ ._ .28 _
: c. Jonea inc. 4 _____?_________ .25 $1. Boys' Pants. Special Rubber Soled Tennis Slippers. lOc Carnation and Pet BrarM Milk.

t A. Colson Davis teaching 15 ._____________ 30.00tk Sale Price ________________ .59 Sale Price __uuuu____ ..45LADIES' Black and Tan Hose, Size oft to 7. Sale Price ___________.:,i,_ .H
do 26 _. 10.00
::a.e MrGruder do 24 _________ 20.00 I $4 and $5 Boys' Suits. Sale Price __uu__________ .07 lOc Full Grain Rice. =.
Dare Gatlin wood 3 ___________. 12.00 Sale Price ______u________ 1.98 FURNISHINGS. Black: Only, Size 7, 8, and 9. Sale Price _______u__- __ J>yt

J2 and $3 Boys' Suits. $4 Ladies Sweaters. Sale Price ________________ .12 All kinds of lOc Tobaccos

STARKE EVIDENCE FOR STARKE Sale Price ____ ___________ 1.25 Sale Price _____uuuu__ 1.98 25c Rib Hose. Sale Price ____u_______ __ .09

PEOPLE $1 Boys' Sweaters. $2.50 and $3 Ladies Sweaters Sale Price ________________ ..19 All 5c Goods, Known and :Said

Sale Price ________________ .47 Sale Price ___u___________ 1.49 LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S. HATS. Every w here. Sale Price _. ___ .04
The Statements of Starke ResidentsAre $2 Ladies Palm Beach Skirts. $5 and $6 Ladies' Hats. Best Grade Salt Bacon. '

surely More Reliable Than OVERALLS. Sale Price ____n__________ .98 Sale Price _u_______._____ 1.19 Sale Price __________ .__ 15 .
Those of Utter $1.50 Union Made Overalls. 15c Ladies' Colored Hose. $3 and $4 Ladies Hats. Compound Lard, per lb.

Strangers Sale Price ________________ 1.09 Sale Price ______--___--___ 11 Sale Price ________________ .98 Sale Price ______,---__ _.. 14 /{
Home testimony is real proof. 75c Boys' Overalls. 50c and 75c Ladies Silk and 75c Young Ladies' Hats. Grits, per sack 100 Ibs.

Public statements of Starke people Sale Price ________________ -29 Lisle Hose, all Colors. Sale.25 Sale Price ________________ .39 Sale Price ___u_______. .__ 2.65

carry real weight. -

What a friend or neighbor says com .

pels The respect.word of one whose home is faraway This is an extra cut price sale given as a gift to. the entire community of Bradford County. Remember .

invites doubts.

Here's a Starke your man's statement. the Sale begins at 8 A. M. February 10th .

And it's for Starke people's benefit.

Such evidence is convinciag.

That' the kind of proof that backs

Hansford Austin, farmer, Starke,
lays: "I was having trouble.from m y
back all the time and Doan's Kidney

Pills cured me. Others of the family

I have also used this medicine with good] FLORIDA SAM ROSENBERG
results. I am glad to endorse {t."

Price 50c., at all dealers. Don .

simply ask for a kidney remedy-gel t "

Doan's Kidney Pills-the same thai -

cured Mr.Austin. Foster-Milburn Co. t.ruJf.JrJ .liJ1-"
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called to Jacksonville, a few days ago AID.

fl n by the Florida Serum Company to assist At her pretty home in West Starke, Last -
Friday evening, at her home on
the vaccination of herd
a large
Bits of Local of fine hogs belonging to a Duval Mrs. J. W. White very hospitably entertained Last Tuesday afternoon, at the res- 1'North Walnut street, -Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
the Women's Christian Tem- idence of Mr. kins '
t county farmer.. and Mrs. N. B. Hull, very charmingly entertained the
perance Union and a number of.invited Mrs. A. Price entertained the Ladies Senior Epworth League. Mrs. Adkins K.

Information Mr. Harold S. Brown returned home guests on last Monday afternoon. Aid of the Presbyterian church. I is third vice president of this organization -

after About thirty persons were presentto After going through with the usual I and is therefore in charge of the
spending a few daysat I
enjoy the interesting program and business social
: *'%1 c..tJrr.I 0... l.qb. "ulrtu ... Plant City. He reports that the social features of the afternoon. Mr. social season routine with the music ladies and enjoyed a In spite department.of the breezes blowing from t,
?i'q.+j M .. C.- st.d r...ArDon't cold did a great deal of damage in that White's sister, Mrs. Laura Blizzard, of an origi- i -
section, but that the berry nal guessing game by the president of off "Greenland's icy mountains" a
growers Athens, Tenn., was an honored gueston the Aid, Mrs. H. G. Denison. Among number of young people gathered to x'
to be
fruit in
shipping again
this occasion. The following interesting those who Mrs. Adkins'
-- .. about four weeks. I gave musical numbers was enjoy hospitality The
miss Phantasma-Feb. I .program was_enjoyed by all: i Miss Lenore Dinslow, who sane "Wake evening passed pleasantly with music,
9 and J. M. Fralick, a well known citizen C. Leader, Mrs. J. W. White. Up" by Simpson, and "Aloha De" games and refreshments, the hostess {
10th. lof A. Mixon has bought of J. W.
Providence section transacting Instrumental Duet Mrs. D. E.
was (Farewell to Thee) by Robinson. The serving nut cakes and hot chocolate.
Morgan tract of land between Mrs.
business in Starke Wednes- a Knight and Paul Knight. guessing game was "Names of Places :Mrs.: E. M. Johns assisted Mrs. Ad
the Spring Hats at Adaline Baisden's and E. F. Chase's
See new ..ane's.S. day. ,
Song, "We Want a Temperance U. in Florida," acted in objective charade kins in entertaining and serving.
adjoining a tract that is of the
part S. A.-By the Union.
B. Denmark was in Jacksonville Miss Etta "Woods" place, that Mr. Mixon boughtof Vocal form, and was the source of much interest -
Houghton, of Flint, Mich., "Sleep, Baby, Sleep"LittIePaul and amusement.The FROM GRAND OPEIC.TO CIRCUS.
and Miss Col. W. T. Weeks. The newly ac-
Thursday. Stone, of Jacksonville spent Knight. hostess, Mrs. Price
Saturday and Sunday at St. Mark's quired tract will be used as a hog pas- The 10th Psalm, called the Saloon- exceedingly tempting spread, consisting an :

W. H. Miner ,was in 'Jacksonville rectory.Mr. ture. keeper's Psalm, read by the leader. of hot chocolate, whipped cream, The Arnold-Mack Indoor Chatauqua I

Wednesday. Invocation-Rev. T. L. Z. Barr. cake and ice cream She was assisted Company has len secured for twonights'
and Mrs. Nelson Dr. A. H. Freeman is the first to im- Talk, "The Church and the W. C. }
Quigley, of in serving by Mrs. N. B. Hull, Misses engagement here this week
Admission 20 and 35 cents, "Phan- Halifax, Nova Scotia, arrived Wednes- |prove his premises to harmonize with T. U."-Mrs. H. G. Denison. Hazel Brown, Ella May Long and Le- for the benefit of the high hchool. Six r-

tasma" Feb. 9 and 10th. day to .spend the remainder of the the sidewalk paved streets. He is having his Paper on "The Americanization of the nore Dinslow, of Cleveland, Ohio. people in the company, and this is the ?

winter with their son, J. T. Quigley.The raised and his shade trees .Immigrant"-Leader. Mrs. Price is from Kingston, Pa., finest group of entertainers in the
Judge J. T. Wills, of Gainesvilel, moved out so that they will stand 6 Talk, "Temperance Literature in our and has spent the winters in Starke South today and.their variety makes _

was a visitor to Starke Tuesday. depot,platform has been repaired feet from the face of the curb. W. A. Public Schools"Miss Olive Ray. for a number of years past. She is a the entertainment pleasing! to all. ;:1
and cleared of the rubbish that has is in charge of the work. Duet, "Where is My Wandering Boy valued member of the local Ladies Aid There are singers, impersonators, illusionists -

Break your cold or lagrippe with a Encumbered it, so as to leave more Tonight"Mrs. Barr and Miss Myra and once each winter she makes a de- mentalists and musicians, 4
j few doses of 666. room for the Members of the Ladies Musicale are Barr. not .
strawberry shippers. lightful event of entertaining that or- a single dull moment. Popular
most cordially invited to be present at Talk, "How Waldo Was Rid of the ganization.Mrs. prices prevail, 20 cents for school children
Mrs. Ella Robinson, of Grand Cross- Everything in lumber and building 4he meeting to be held Monday, Feb. Saloon"-Mr. Barr. and 35 cents for adults.

ing, was in Starke Tuesday materials is advancing. Save money 12th, at 3 o'clock, at the residence of Talk, "Temperance Work"Mrs. The school is very fortunate in securing -
by purchasing now. Quigley Lumber Mrs. D. E. Knight. There will be a Barr. :: M. E. Edwards came up from this for it to
company comes
Capt. R. C. Heiberger, of Theressa, & Supply Co. short business session, the usual chor- Talk, "Desirability of Temperance Gainesville Wednesday to spend the well recommended. Let's make this us

was in town Wednesday.Hon. ral practice and a pleasant time so- Films" :Mrs.: F. A. Scott. day with Hon. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. big thing for the school.! { a

The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist cially. Solo, "For Molly and the Baby"- ,

A. S. Crews was in Gainesville church will meet at the home of Mrs. Barr; :Miss Myra Barr, accom- I '- _

Tuesday on legal business.T. Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh at 3 o'clock Tues- Miss Winnie Osban, of Titusville, panist. r

day afternoon, Feb. 13 _'"'_ met wit ha painful auto accident last Song, "Vote for Prohibition"-By

R. Sweat, of Jacksonville, was in Friday when the machine in which she the Union. One Hundred Bushels of the Celebrated

Starke Monday buying crossties. H. W. & Geo. Carter, of Highland, was returning from a basket ball Assisted by Mrs. 0. W. White, Miss >

strawberry growers, rode into Starkein game turned turtle near Oveido. Miss Olive Ray and Miss Cassie White, the

RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptie, relieves their new Ford car Thursday.Mrs. Osban suffered a badly mashed thigh hostess served refreshments at the Sosknoski Cotton Seed \

and several painful bruises. Miss Os- close of the afternoon. "
rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc.
J. M. Tatum and three chil- ban is to spend part of the summer FOR SALE AT $2.00 PER BUSHEL

Sam Rosenberg had business in the dren will spend the next week with with friends in this city. MRS. WEEKS ENTERTAINS.

her mother, Mrs. R. H. Week, of Pa- -
Tuesday. -
'metropolis the
latka. Newn Wainwright, son of Tax As- by
Wednesday afternoon at her homeon
Enoch.Griffis, of Lawtey, was in sessor Wainwright, has returned home North Walnut street, Mrs. R. A. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co.' '
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and her niece, after a service of several months in Weeks r
Starke Tuesday.S. entertained the local
Miss Olleita Cross of Montpelier, the United States Navy, having been chapterof
the United of Raiford f
Daughters the Con- Floridar'
Miss., returned last week from a most released from further service on ac- -
E. L. Dukes, of Jacksonville, vis- federacy.The .
interesting trip to Cuba. count of not measuring fully to the .
Starke Saturday. president Mrs. L. A.
ited exacting physical standard set for men Davis, oc-
cupied the chair .
and after
Miss Ella who go to sea in Uncle Sam's fighting transacting
May Freeman, of Senoia, ;
Have you got your season ticket Ga., is paying a visit to her brother, ships. Newn's friends are glad to see business for the February meeting
for the big show. the historian, Mrs. J. :M.: Alvarez,
him at home
Mr. Henry Freeman, superintendent of again.
made an excellent report of her work
the street paving in Starke.'
Frank Hollingsworth has been on Stop That Cough.A and Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. Davis read
the sick list this week. interesting papers relative to the be-
A general invitation is extended to hacking cough weakens the whole ginning of the war between the states.

Beautiful hats in satin and strawsat all young people of the city to attend system, drains your energy and gets The names of Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr and

Lane's. the meetings of the B. Y. P. U. on worse if neglected; your throat is raw, Mrs. W. J. Epperson were presentedfor

Sunday evenings, at 6:15. your chest aches and you feel sore all membership, the chapter being delighted -

A. L. Green, a well known farmer over. Relieve that cold at once with to have these valuable addi-
Mrs. H. Harris and son, of Petos- Dr. tions. UNIVERSAL CAR
New The
of the Brooker section, was in Starke Discovery.
Wednesday. key, Mich., are visiting Mrs. F. F. soothing pine balsams heal the irritated After the business was laid aside,
Stump. Mrs. Harris is fondly remem- membranes, and the* antiseptic and the hostess served dainty sandwiches .

Mr. D. R. Edwards and have bered since Dr. Harris was the rectorof laxative qualities kill the germs and and hot chocolate.
the Episcopal church here. Ford Service for the owners of Ford cars is a fact.--
moved into their new bungalow, just break up your cold. Don't let a cold I

west of Dr. Scott's residence.Don't linger. Get. Dr. King's New Discov- I BAPTIST CHURCH. courteous! prompt, efficient. Service which covers the
Mr. L. A. Thomson, of Detroit, Mich.
ery today at your druggist, 50c. (1)
is a guest of his aunt, Mrs. Mary Hop- entire country, almost as a blanket, to the end that Ford ,
to the show at the The
forget see kins. cold weather of Sunday and
Mr. Thomson was in Starke last
High School Auditorium Monday night winter and liked our section so well EPISCOPAL.Rev. sickness reduced the attendance, but cars are kept in use every day. Drive where you will

February 12th.D. that h -will probably buy a farm here. there were interested audiences and a there's a Ford Agent nearby to look after your Ford .
good the
Barnard Campbell day was result.
W. Moore, of Theressa, had business preachedlast There will be regular services Sun- car. The "Universal Car"' will bring universal
:Mrs. C. W. Liddon, who spent sev- evening in St. Mark's church tan you

before the county boards Mon- eral weeks here visiting her sister, appreciative congregation. He also day public morning is cordially and evening invited., to which the service. Better buy yours today. Touring Car $360, t

Mrs. A. H. Freeman, and Mrs. H. G. administered communion for the local
day.J. Denisoh, returned last week to her minister, Mr. Fryer, the next morning. "Forsake not the assembling of Runabout $345, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595,
M. down from Jack- yourselves together."
Rising came
sonville Tuesday to look after his interests home in Jacksonville. Morning prayer and address next Sedan $645--.all f. o. b. Detroit. We solicit your order.
Sunday at 11 a. m.
here. Misses Eva and Mabel Weller, of Subject, "The Gospel is the Powerof Yes, it is a benefit for the high

Emlenton, Pa., are visitors at the homeof God Unto Salvation." school. What? Why the Williams A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON '
A. L. Crews, Raiford's hustling plow Stock Company at the auditorium on
Evening at 7
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Truby. They prayer sermon p.
and manufacturer i in Monday night, February 12th.
carriage was have come for a month's stay. The m. Starke, Florida
town Monday.R. Misses Weller are nieces of Mrs. Tru Sunday school at 10 a. m.
by. Everybody welcome. Drew's Vaporizing Croup and Pneu-
T. Osteen, blacksmith and car- monia Salve is sold to our patrons to

riage manufacturer of Brooker, had Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor benefit. We don't want your money if
business in Starke Monday.H. varieties SILVER TEA. not benefitted when used in the treat-
alligator pear trees, ,
adapted to North Florida. Write J. ment .of coughs, colds, croup, sore
P. Gainey, well known mer throat, tonsilitis, bronchitis and
a Beach Fla. pneu-
B. Beach, West Palm Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. G. C.
chant of Brooker, had business in town monia. Your druggist will supply your
2915t.Woolsey's Sweat and Mrs. W. B. Young entertained -
Monday. requirements. Manufactured by B. II.
at the residence of the latter by
Paints and Varnishes are Drew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv.
giving a silver tea for the benefit of
: See Excell Worley, the cartoonist, the best that find-that's whywe 1,12-9t.
we can the new sidewalk in front of the Meth
Saturday at 3:30 p. m. at DeWi t t sell them, and in five years' handling odist --

Jones' Hardware Store. I' we haven't had a complaint. Mrs.parsonage.Young and Mrs. Sweat receivedthe Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Your druggist will refund money If PAZO II
guests and directed them to the OINTMENT falls to cure any case of itching:
Lane is showing nobby hats this punch table, over which little Miss Blind,Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. I I Ir
week in,Panama and Bankoks.H. Miss Lenore Denslow, of Cleveland, Maxine Young presided. Forty-six The first application gives Ease;; and Rest. Soc. II I
Ohio, who has spent the past several I
persons were present, and the sum of
J. Stewart, cashier of the-Ban k weeks with Miss Hazel Brown, left
$12 was realized for this good object.A -- --
ef Lake Butler business visitorto Wednesday morning for Savannah.
was a number of popular entertainers ren- -
Skrke Monday. I r
dered the following

Messrs. D. W., A. A. and G. W. Ha- ter.Mrs.Hazel A.|,Z are: Adkins spending and little the week daugh i in- Misses Duet, Florence Electric Flash Matthews program Light and Galop-Cleo i

len and Madison Shaw were visitors Gainesville with Mrs. M. E. Edwardsland Mitchell. THE HOME OF F BETTER GROCERIESi

from Brooker here Monday.A. Mrs. U. G. Turner. T instrumental___ _', .":..spring"' song""n .".- \LleD-rr "L

ling-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
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G. Powell, editor of the Lake The Get-Acquainted entertainment Violin Solo-Harry Canova; Mrs. J. I
Butler Times, had busines before the which was to have been given by the F. Canova, accompanist. I

county boards Monday. B.Baptist Y. P.church U. for tonight the members has been of post-the Reading Clark. "Sandalphon"-Miss Frances o-w= In these days when ALL groceries are high in price...the i '

\Mr. and Mrs. A. Willard left Thursday poned till Friday evening, Feb. 23. Voice, "Winkin'; Blinkin', and Nod" poor as well as the good...the real choice is in QUALITY. ,
for Jacksonville for week's visit
a -Mrs. D. E. Knight.
with relatives and friends. Elmer Hill, night operator his at the Duet, 'Tis True, Dear Heart, We're I Good groceries cost very little more than inferior ones, but
office is confined room _
telephone Mrs. Barr and Miss ,
Fading"- Myra
I know John J. Williams will put on account of a severe case of grippe Barr. I they go a long ways further. '

on some show Monday night at the contracted while on a hunting party Reading, "Curfew Shall Not Ring I \ .'

.high school auditorium last week. Tonight"Mrs. E. T. Campbell. I m fmmmmm f .

Voice, "Lindy"-Mrs. F. H. Long. 1
Messrs. F. M. Witt and L. H. Bed- Mrs. E. H. Smith, who has been visiting Voice, "To You" Miss Lenoia Den- Quality is Our Trade Mark -
Mrs. J. C.
enbaujrh of business her parents, Dr. !
Hampton, were in slow, of Cleveland, Ohio; Miss Hazel ,
visitors: to Starke Monday. Wills, has returned to her home Brown, accompanist.Voice ---- '

panied Philadelphia.as far Mrs.as Washington Smith was by accom-her "End of a Perfect Day"Mrs.h' i It is stamped\nreveryjpackage; or bag, ori'pail: ; or basket of goods :
Little Z. Adkins.
Miss Elizabeth Andrews, Miss Anita Wills, who returnedto that leaves : : .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. An- sister, Reading"The Ladies Aid Will Take our store.

'Mdrews, Jr., is suffering from an attackof Starke last week. the Rest"Mrs. Barr. You will both health and pleasure I :
by buying groceries .
measles. At the close of the afternoon, Mrs. conserve your your -
have ;
t ____ Following our usual custom change we of all Young and Mrs. Sweat served a salad : from us.t: tyou ; : \
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stocked heavily on
Wilda. -
C Little up_ course, being assisted by little
Annie Laurie, daughter of Mr. denominations for the use of the berry Maxine and Kate Young, Misses Mabel We the SATISFACTORY kind of eats. 1.I
*.wd Mrs. Geo. L. Massey, had a tussle during their busy season. You I give i .
growers and Frances Clark. i
with the measles, but is now fast im are invited to make free use of this Darby I ,I

proving.The.... feature of our service. Bank of Starke ,
There is more Catarrh In this section : THESE WILL SATISFY YOU ; :
Bank of Starke invites the ber- Among those congratulating them- of the country than all other diseases .
put together and for years It was I
,,I'J growers of this whole section to selves on saving a goodly portion of to be Incurable. Doctors supposed pre-
make j free use of its facilities during their strawberry crop is Rev. Law, of scribed local remedies, and by constantly : II PREMIER SALAD DRESSING HEINZ FIG PUDDING

t j.* coming season. Whatever your the Baptist church. Rev. Law saved pronounced ailing to it cure Incurable.with local Catarrh treatment is a PREMIER PEAS HEINZ BEANS :

business is you will welcome.. most of his by covering them with local disease greatly Infinenced by con- i I I '
stitutional conditions and therefore re- I PREMIER ASPARAGUS TIPS HEINZ PICKLES I
matting. ,
Wi B K VB B H BM M H B rugs and old quires constitutional treatmentBall's ,

Several items were unavoidably Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J_ I I :'
.crowded this city, has Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio is a constitutional :
out of our last week's issue Chas. R. Ensey, Jr., of remedy. Is taken internallyand
oat they appear in this number of the lately received an appointment to the acts thru the Blood on the Mucous [ ;

ielegraph. United States Naval Academy at Annapolis Surfaces Dollars reward of the is System.offered One for any Hundred case A. M DARBY Starke Fla.
take his en-
; Md. He that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure. ;
;The best trance examination some time in the Send for circulars and testimonials.. .
ever -Phantasma- : !
-lsith School Auditorium Friday and near future. The appointment was F. J. CHENET 4 CO., Toledo. Ohio. i I' ,
I secured fop Mr. Ensey by Congressman Sold by Dru g\stl\ ';5(. I..
8tmdey, Feb. 9th and. 10th. 20 and Hall's Family Pills for constipation. - --
J Frank Clark.

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Bradford County Farms and Farmers ]i.

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CIo Wednesday
StateLive Alvarez Has Fine Herd Ready mJl'lIiIjgth lInk = Bi
J; I It Was to Some Extent a Blessing in Livestock and Crop Rotation Are The Not Sacrifice Growing of Foodstuffs Agriculturist Stock Storrs Association.Addresses For the Block.A. load of work stock, imported aMl! !
For Cotton. St. Louis mar ket :
t Disguise. Forces Doing It. hy 'Ilessrs. J. W'W 1
drews & Son, arrived. The con.4

The cold just experienced is the sev- "We have -tried to breed WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 7.- Admitting that he is an agriculturist L. Alvarez, the market man, has ment consisted of 2.1 mules and jI I
1 always rather than farmer, Editor R. W. on his premises in Starke twelve steers: horses. Th",? animals twt
erest we have had since 1896. The Food feed and fertility are the foun- a are all
livestock farm to con- I
enough on our ,
damage to the state is incalculable, the feed we raise, and make it a dation of safe farming, according to Storrs of the DeFuniak Springs Breezeis which he is fattening for beef. The sound and vl\\ broken, fit for the 7
sume I
better agriculture and animals are all young and fine. Up to required of them. \ '"
; especially on account of the destruction feed from those the United States department of agri- a booster for They wil be
practice to buy some soLfat J
of so many citrus trees. The par who want to sell the fertility of their culture. A circular sent to farmers, tries to make his farm in Walton coun- six weeks ago they had been kept in a reasonable prices. fj

: .' tial destruction of the immense cab- ,' farms," said a recent visitor to the bankers and business men in cotton I I ty prove all the matters he.advocatesin velvet bean pasture, then they wen ,". -" .. .---.---.----- ;;'
bage will the the office of his put in a *en and fed on cotton oed !' '!' '!" '' k'. j
to of :
a calamity chief -
crop prove 'I' University of Florida livestock insti territory by the paper. .. .i ttj| 1
I meal and hulls and rough home made
whole country, as this commodity is tute. "The experience of my. father extension work in the South .says: Let When the campaign for eradicationof '' '> 1J J

very scarce and Florida was relied on j and myself, is that the only kind ofj us feed the people, feed the live stock cattle ticks was started in that hay.' Since the "finishin process began t!. C.Watson's Watermelon Seed. '.

to supply a good part of the nation's farming that pays year in and year and feed the soil. When we have done county last year, he helped to installa each animal is estimated to have '!. land Simpkins Cotton Extra Early uL ,..'
needs. j raise such He gained 100 pounds in weight. The average Seed. Carotin./ $1
I out is livestock farming." these three things, then a \ and dips his cattle regularly. ( Runner and .
In Bradford county the damage has [ have the leaders in the weight now is held to be 850 Spanish Two '-1
It is more profitable to breed the acreage in money crops as we was one of the organization Pfanut Seed. Dema3
been comparatively light. The only j"(stock to feed out on your 'own farm l labor to tend. of the West Florida Cattlemen's pounds gross, which means 450 pounds '!', Write now for Heavy prices. tii

field crop at this time of the year is than to buy feeders in the market. And The circular points out that the true Association last summer, whose con- dressed. They will be fattened until S i, 0. K. JELKS & SOX !It;

oat and it has been hurt only in spots. j i it is more profitable to feed the stock value of cotton to the farmer is to a stitution is told in three words, "Dip March 1, and then either sold or butch- (, Quitman, Brooks Co, Georgia., .!< I

The vegetables growing in the gardens that breed than it is to sell themas great extent the amount of food and that tick." and he is the state's representative ered for the home market.In r 1.i

have been killed except some onions feeders.you This is also a part of the : feed that it will purchase. The price in tick-eradication work in figuring over the cost of the feed, i. <:"- '? '?> ,k> ,!. 4.. '4fr '> i, 4 4 4 ..r. ;

and cabbage. The berries and bloom same man's experience. By breeding of cotton has risen, it is true, but so his county. Mr. Alvarez finds that he has made a (1

on the strawberry plants have been de- I and feeding your own cattle, you make has the retail price of all other farm. Considerable space in every issue of good profit from the animals. Were hea SEED BEANS SCARCE j

;... stroyed, but the growers look on this not only the breeder's profit and the produce. "By growing all cotton," he i his paper is devoted to articles and editorials farmer and could use home grown 1

rather with favor than as an injury, feeder's profit, but the cattle are there says, "and exchanging it for a living I i urging the people to*hurry up feed exclusively, the profit would have Refugee or 1000 to 1 Pk. Ba. !1

as, had had the freeze not come, ,all the time to build up the fertility of you are simply swapping a highpriet actual tickeradication work, and been still larger.A Red Valentine ----J2.25 &s :

the prices would have been very low, the soil and profitably consume the ed product produced by your labor fora Walton county is one of those reported short time ago a man from Ken- Black Valentine ____ 2.25 sa"
If a half sold at good prices, the ----____ 2.25
crop feed produced on the farm. high-priced product produced by by Dr. Nighbert's office aS' doing tucky offered Mr. Alvarez a good sum Stringless Green aa I
.- brings as much as a full crop at low ,I I| There will always be a lot of farmers labor of theother fellow. When you preliminary work.Agriculturist for his herd but it waa found that tv Hodson Pod -___ 2.50 10.00'
; prices, while the for picking, ___ Wax -------_____ 3.00 >
i expense who will raise and sell feed. There follow safe farming, however, you liberal. quarantine laws would not allow the tut
'{ packing and hauling amounts to only farmers food and feed at Storrs uses a animals Selected Tom Watson melon 3eed,'15e j
ought to be enough progressive produce your own to be shipped inside Ken-
. of "cowano" which is animalmade l b. 10 lb.
one-half of that of full then application lot!! f,0c lb., Bloomfield'i II
:;. a crop, in each community to see that cost and sell your cotton for the otherfellow's I tucky's borders and the trade was not Tp I
, there was no damage done, rather a there isn't a dollar's worth of feed dollars." !I manure, on his land, to increase consummated.Mr. bu. prolific seed corn The pk, $2.50 ba.

r benefit. shipped out of the community. If one Safe farming is defined in the circular crop production. Alvarez is also fattening a Extra early N. C. grown cotton seed

- :, There is yet time to plant more oats farmer must sell, some neighbor oughtto J as including these items: The following information on Japanese graded cow for beef. This cow young is estimated $2.25 bu.; Extra early Sea Island cot ((
, t. and vegetables. Irish will is taken from his address delivered ton seed $2.50 bu. N. C.
buy it. The profit of feeding the ((1)) A home garden for every fam- cane to weigh 1,000 pounds, and peanuts JL75
: bring better prices than ever before. products of the soil and the profit of ily on the farm, from one-tenth to one- l at the Florida State Live Stock will make as fine beef as any brought bu.; Recleaned beggar weed seed 2Sc If

t I This year, like every year after a returning it to soil to at least maintain fourth acre, well located well tilled, Association meeting in Gainesville, on from the West. lb.l Write for complete catalog.

: freeze, provided the seasons are right, the soil wealth of the community and tended as carefully as any other January 17."Farming. Bloomfield Nursery & Seed C*-, \

. I : '.... will be a good crop year, for two rea- ought to remain there in the commun- crop on the farm planted in rotation to is more or less of a fad MONTICELLO. FLORIDA. _

j : sons. As water freezing in a pipe will ity. time the vegetable crops so as to havea with me, but a fad that I hope enablesme HOME DEMONSTRATION. WORK A 1l 1t

I burst the pipe, so will the tiny drops continual supply for the family table as a newspaper man to pass some BLESSING. ..., 4.I.

; of water contained in the hollows of. SCHOOL as days in the of experiences and experiments
DISBURSEMENTS OF many : year as pos- my
" ;: the grains of sand, burst the grains, !I i BOARD FOR JANUARY. sible. To this should be added one- along to others in a helpful way. -

and thus unlock fertility that was not. fourth of an acre of potatoes, either "I have been planting Japanese cane "The home demonstration work be- mvs

:i' before available. The freezing the Irish or sweet, or both, to be used as as a forage crop for about ten years ing done among the women of the fifteen -
\ ground will also hasten the decay of Overbtreet Hi_ o. material __________ 8.00 food for the and it Southern states is the most comprehensive -
J. E. Douglass board service __________ 860 family. I find the most satisfactory of
:: vegetable matter plowed under and Chesley Fogy do ____________________ 6.00 (2) Enough corn on each farm to any that I have tried. Most satisfac- work of its kind being done I
thus enrich the soil. of cut __________________ 4-00 "
". ; Myriads I.. 0.W.Jenkins Kickliter teaching do _____________ 55.00M. last the family and the live stock for tory because of the cheapness of cultivation anywhere in the world. j I

;_ worms and other insects which injure A.. D. Paul do ____________________ 30.00 one year, with a little excess for safe- harvesting and feeding, and This comment was recently made by. ESPECIALLY 1
t. the crops and the pecan trees also have Josie Keller do ______________________ 25.00 ty. from the results obtained. Seaman Knapp, head of the bureau ofstate's
been decimated by the freeze. Eunice Robinson do _________________ 35.00Mae
_____ ((3)) Sufficient oats and other small relations of the national depart- .
; Brannen do ________ 35.00 Iost-in fact, all-of the grain orseed FOR "
't A great many range cattle are reported L'llie Crosby do ____________________ 35.00 grain to supplement the corn as food ment of agriculture, and there is no YOUR STATE
killed by exposure, which will Edgar Cranden do ___________________ 35.00 crops indigenous to the South are for doubt the
for one with certainty. These room as to truth of the ?
Lizzie Marshall do ____________ 40.00 year naturally rich in protein even our
probably add force tothe advice so frequently Robert Ford do _______________________ 25.00 small grains conserve the soil in win- I state this the of statement.This .
given stock owners to shelter York Colson do _____________________ 50.00 ter and provide for ( on authority work, the various features of FREEOUR -.5
: their animals against inclement weather. Dora Johnson do ____________________ 40.00 summer grazing Dr. W. A. Henry, of the Wisconsin sta-
Julian Collins do ____________________ 25.00J. live stock. tion, and a recognized authority on which were originated in a small way S
;., Many calves are dropped this time M. Groover do ____________________ 17.50 ((4)) Hay and forage to
k of the year and the weather being cold, Truby Pinholster do ___________-_ ::4.00 crops sup- feeds and feeding) is higher in pro by men and women of South Carolina -
for Shepherd Thomas do ________________ 35.00R. ply the live stock on the farm for one tein content than that grown in the Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana, J# ; Li
11 and feed scarce the cows, the calves A. Green do _____________________ 70.00 year, with a little excess for safety. North. should eventually INSTRUCTIVE
!.i get a backset-when they survive at Ada Nimmo do _________.......____. 40.00 The sweep through all !f1. :
? all-that they will never overcome. Mamie Pinholster do _______________ 40.00 legumes, which; add fertility to "We can put meat on cattle with civilized countries. Through it moth CATALOGUE ,;.
I Madeline Middleton do ________________ 40.00 the soil, and produce the best hay, such feeds velvet beans but the ers and daughters ofthe farms are being u .
}; Cattle are now too valuable to be neg- Bessie McGruder do ,_____________ 40.00 should not be forgotten. as fatS WEEKLY : lected. Rosemary Hull do ____-____.________ 40.00 and finish so necessary in prime beef thoroughly drilled into the art of .'
Bernice DeSha do _______-_______ 40.00 ((5)) The necessary meat, eggs, and cannot be had without the of home making by experts, hundreds of PRICE LIST :;
#: The damage to citrus trees and toI Reba Brown do ______________________ 40.00 milk for the family. The meat should I use succulent whom .J. .
truck crops in South Florida will prob- Mattie Stakby do __________________ 40.00 be 'j feeds rich in carbohydrates. As including specialists, are now -'S SEND FOR : j C.Li
ably have tendency to direct home- Helen Terry do ______________________ 40.00 procured by increased attention to evidence of this, visit the big cattle employed by the national government, .
I '. a R. H. Terry do __________________ 90.00 poultry and hogs because of the rapidity shows with state 5- I ; THEM TODAY. :'
seekers to this part of the state, where n. W. G. Martin do __________ 40.00D. with which and with the herdsmen and governments cooperating.In .
they can engage in the safe general I A. Kenzie do _____________________ 45.00 can be produced. you will find that they, without excep- Florida alone there are thirty-four
' E. M. Knight do _________________ 90.00 Every family should have at least tion, even in the belt counties which have demonstration S
: 'farming, stock raising and dairying Lewis Taylor' do ______________________ 40.00 two cows, so. that one can be in milk corn supplementthe EfAflARTIN SEED C
business. Nannie Andrews do ___________..... 40.00 flesh-forming foods with root crops agents and county and community .
: : Mrs. R. H. Weaver do _______________ 40.00: all the time. A sufficient number of ,such as sugar beets. clubs, and hundreds ahe being taughtthe 11fl0
Sadie fowling do _____ _________ 30.00 brood sows should be kept to producethe JACKSONVILLE. fLAg
i. OKRA IS A ROOD GARDEN CROP. Ruby Ware do ______________________ 40.00 pork for the "Japanese. cane takes the place of .... most practical. lessons.. of domestic .
Loca Johnson do ____________-_______ 40.00 family, with some excess both the corn and the root crops, and me.Ine- work in this state is done .. .
N: G. Hall do ______________________ 70.00 for sale. The average number of is under the of I .
Olua Ward do _______________________ 40.00 poultry farm should be more cheaply produced than either. supervision Miss Agnes Half Your Living hi
. i A plant that deserves a place in every Eunice Hazen do ___________________= 40.00 per gradually My experiments have not been con- Harris, stateagent, with Miss Sarah
: 3' Florida garden is okra, or gumbo, *. .1. GrifTis do __________________ 65.00 increased to at least 50. There should ducted in a way to enable me to give Hartridge, and Miss Harriet Laytons Without Money CostA .. tl.
Mrs. Bynum Perkins do ______________ 35.00B. be eggs and poultry forthe home '
says W. L. Floyd, of the University M. Bryan do ___________________ 40.00 table the exact tonnage, but a rough esti- district agents, and no more efficient right or wrong start in 181 irifl- laim
: of Florida college of agriculture. It;; J. I. Ogden do ____________________ 50.00 with a sufficient excess for sale. mate would make it from 40 to 50 and faithful workers could be named. make or break most farmers in ttH:
is therefore Eva Williams do _______________ 35.00 The live stock on the farm should be fr
ox tropical origin and is a _ I tons per acre, year after from The home South. We are all facing a crlaJj
Steve Lewis do __ __ ___________ 30.00 gradually increased year demonstration clubs of
; warm weather plant. It should not be 1 F. G. Schell office expenses _________ 8.44 so as to consume one planting. A neighbor of mine, ten counties will be This war in Europe puts things fa
: planted until the ground warms up in L F. G. Schell salary _______________ 100.00 the otherwise wasted products and to well known to of represented by exhibits such uncertainty that no man cu:- dtcl.
: _________ some you present, at the South Florida fair three .
Chesley Fogy board service 6.00 make productive the .
the spring, about March or April. Itwill Vera Surrency teaching ___________ 35.00C. unproductive and claims to have harvested 125 tons per spaces in the exhibition having foresee the future with any degree rt -I
: grow all summer with proper A. Knight incidentals ______________ 4.00 untillable lands. acre during the past and that i building clearness. ,t W!
and the table when careS L. W. Kiekhter board service ________-_ 4.25 ((6)) Cotton for the main year, on been set aside for that purpose. The sure and certain Increase frf.
supply vegetablesare Vincie Thomas teaching.. ___________ 35.00 money .high, sandy land, which seems to be Here every phase of the important cotton COwl
scarce. It is commonly used in Albert Dubose do _______._______ 45.00H. crop after the living has been amply [particularly suited to this I triedit acreage means loWer cottar
soups but may be served boiled as W. Bartley do ___________________ 30.00S. provided for. crop. work will be shown and explained, and j I prices next fall Cost of all food mil' nice
a. K. Kelley do ____________________ 50.00 (7) The sale of once on low, heavy land, but was The Times hopes all women who attend grain products Is high so high thttf
succulent vegetable. The green pod Ruth Jackson do _______._______ 25.00 surplus prod- not satisfied with the results there."I .
the ct"
.... ded varieties are more popular than L G. W. Hazen rom ___________________ 263.53 ucts of the garden, the orchard, the fair, whether they be from I no one can afford to buy and eip j i
: the white.p. Bradford Co. Bank int _____________ 151.08 poultry, the live stock one acre, and from this I Florida or other states, will visit the to pay out with cotton. -4, j
C. A. Knight clerical work __________ 25.00 and the feed feed eight head of cattle from Thanks- ,exhibit and the I I It's a time above all others to pit,.j I on
Plant okra in hills 12 to 15 inches I Roland Anderson teaching __--________ 35.00. crops to cover the necessary running giving until carry good news of safe to foo4t wl
apart in the rows. Separate the IS A. C. Kelley do __________________ 35.00''. expenses of the farm, leaving the cot- grass comes again in the what is being done for the womanhoodof ; prodace all possible |
;1t rows G. W. Hazen commission ___________ 18.35A. ton as the spring, supplementing it, of course, I the country to all sections. grain and forage supplies on JOIf'J Itall
enough to permit the use of a horse- G. Powell printing _______________ 60.00E. real cash crop. with some protein feed either own acres; to cut down the store
.i k drawn ______________ The present The Times finds particular for a0
cultivator. One ounce of seed, R. Poppell teaching __ 45.00 prices of cotton, says cause A good pIece of garden ;
I. ______________ seed meal or velvet beans, preferably pleasure fro ont
1ft on Thomas do 35.00 the circular should ] in the fact that this work
: costing ten cents, will plant one hun' Edna Baxter do _______J ________ 35.00C. not be permitted the latter. I use it also as feed for rightly planted, rightly tended bm.i:
:.,, dred hills. Soak the seed for twenty- C. Scaff do _________________ bO.OO to tempt any farmer to depart from ,was inaugurated in the South, the kept planted the year round, can ha
four hours before planting. Ora Smith do ______________________ 40.00 this program. It is the only safe I dairy cows. women of which for years have been made to pay half llrtng. It
/'; Rosa Pardee do ______________-______ 70.00 to plan "As before stated, one planting is ]regarded I your Big
The okra plant is often troubled by Minnie Dowling do .....___?.___...__ 40.00 follow, no matter what the price of for all time. In as impractical, and that I sat e you more' money than you ,, Glfi
aphids, which suck thejuices from the Mr. O. M. Mane do .......__________ 40.00 cotton may be.HOG I' January I go through 1 t hrough: it a helpful message is being on the best fife acres of cotton 7 } ,
T. W. McLeod ____________________ 40.00 with a bull ton ue blow _and_ t*'ar. nr !sent to the ever grew! ] /%
under H --- progressive
of the leaves ...,_ _. __ -r women of other I
They can .. n. .I. ...__..... I
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;. bestbe controlled by spraying with a .i l....se<' Pearce tarn ao do .- 35.00 70.00 PRICES just as much the'roots as possible. states.-Tampa Times. Hastings' 1&7 Seed Dock tella ti; I Im1.'

;', S tobacco extract solution; applying it Ijike Butler Hdw-Co. supplies 8.10 SOAR. That gives the new root system a bet- about the right! kind of a money itf*' I 1':
, that the soS Lako Butler Hdw Co. do 9.30 ter chance and the more thoroughly lag garden an J the vegetables to pat-. I COl
spray strikes the insects. If G. A..Gardiner
blank book 6.07 the old root is Drives Out Malaria in It. It tells about the field u Se,
a pump is not at hand, dip a whisk T. B. Pinhokter refund and bd service 12.00 CHICAGO, Feb. 5.-Hogs sold today system turn up the bet- Builds Up SystemThe crop i
S broom J. E. rvmea! board service 13.90 at the Union stock te rthe cane seems to do. For fertilizer Old Standard general strengthening tonic. well and slow you the clear road ft+' i WIde
into the solution yards at
and sprinkle J. C. McRae do 4.20 the highest $12.40,,, I use a liberal application of what. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drive out real farm pro rerlty. It's Free. Bed,' i :
the leaves carefully. J. H. Scarborough materials __ price since the civil [Malaria.enriches for
Dopson 8.85 war. the Wood.and builds op the ITS.n. it today to. H. G. HASTINGS CO
: B. M. Dow ling refund Sheep also advanced my friend, Mr. McQuarrie calls 'Cow-I i". (
polls ,
The plant is closely related to cot- 2.00 in value and L Atruetonic. Por'oits IDd ehiUten. SOc. J Atlanta, Ga.-ri.dvt. I
reached ano. Until lately I have added go
ton and should be fertilized and cultivated Total1 __ $11.85 for wethers. The cold some ". ,
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potash, but for the last .
weather that two for
S inthe same manner. Cut the Bradford Co. Bank borrowed money..5000.00 delayed many live stock years, ,- -- ---
pods while they are tender. Do this Bradford Co.Special Bank Tax do -Districts.--------____1100.00 shipments was responsible for the increased reasons known to us all, I have not had _.__J nil
the potash. The I 1 dJs
whether *da Nimmo prices. rows are kept clean
you want to use the pods or teaching No. 2 20.00 ;
. Mamie Pinholster do until the cane shades the ground when C
I not and it will induce a continuous 20.00
.'L.- duction. Pack the pods in one-quart pro- Madaline R A. Green Middieton do do 20.00 NOTICE OF TAX ASSESSOR'S beggar weed comes in, which is allow Corn an(

strawberry boxes and you will find a E.-R. Poppell do 4----_________________ 22.50 30.00 ROUNDS. ed to die down and is plowed under. Peanuts Hay I eyt
Lille Crosby do 27 "The leaves (
and all the l
demand for them on the local market IWs"ie MeGruder do 24-_ 20.00 25.00 I will be at the following named stalks except : fur
: where they retail at from ten to fifteen Rosemary Hull No. 11 10.00 : places on the dates stated herein for the hard butts are cleaned up by o
'. S R. H. Terry do ____1 the the cattle. This back And
under Other
cents --- 20.00 of goes foot
.., a quart. Jteba Brown do ---_____-_-____________ 10.00 purpose assessing taxes and request and is used as an absorbent for the Field Crops inq
Mattie Stakhy -- 10.00 every tax payer to meet me and L 81*
HOGS LIFTED MORTGAGE. Bemice DeSha do ----_________________ 10.00 make return of his (or her manure. I have ney r tried it as sil t I.
I C. A. Knight-No. 3 list of registration property age. In fact I !
4.00 am doubtful if it
as required would
r I r. A. Knight do 25 by law, to-wit: nle.It.
We read a little story the other day- C. A. Knight do 23 ----_______________ 3.50 3.50 New River, Monday, Feb. 12. P. M. I 1 pay to handle it that way, because on 4 Florida has proved her worth for ',

'-S? about a Texas farmer who was losing C.C. A.A. Knight Knight do do 2 24? 3.50 Dukes, Tuesday, Feb. 13. 'A. M. I the farm every expense should be .. diversified farming. It rests now -t' .: you
sleep at night because of an $800 mortgage ,C. A. Knight do 19 ----_____________ 2.50 S.flfl Worthington, Tuesday, Feb. 13, P. j counted and you get almost the same '. with the I M
growers the good ,
.:: covering his farm. About the :0 A. Knight do 21 2.50 M. succulence by feeding it the way I do, too LBS. carry ; oth..

: time things looked the darkest to him I C.C. A.A. Knight Knight do do 6 20------_______ 2.50 2.50 Miller, Wednesday, Feb. 14, A. II. as you would if you went to the extra work on to profitable success. ;:| 11 ver;

p S.. he hanced to buy a couple of fine I C. A. Knight do 9 ---____________ 3.00 Midway, Wednesday, Feb. 14. expense of making silage of it. After EALDon't .*
brood sows. In addition to this he had :C. A. Knight do 18 ---____________ 3.50 Providence P. M. the first light frost i ii: is cut down and fail to plant cover crops, plow thaiF
Thursday : :
C. A. Knight do 1 ---_______________ Feb. 15. j
4 a couple of common sows. By giving C. A. Knight do 28 2.50 2.50 Thomas school house, Friday Feb. piled or shocked, and then is fed from RILUZE deep and cultivate thoroughly ; but for 1_ j.
: this small herd a little attention he C. A. Knight do 26 -----------___., 2.50 16. A. 31. the field as needed. the greatest mal

p '. 7 found at the end of the first year that John i! annie Groover Andrews teaching do 8 _14?_-___._ 15.00 5.00 Guilford-Friday, Feb. 16. P. M. "Some complaint has been made that MFDJV tihzera profit alscj use Ideal Fer-* ; J "Lo

S.; he was able -to pay half of the mortgage Ruby Ware do ----_______________ 5.00 Lake Butler, Saturday, Feb. when once planted it cannot be gotten NiltO on all your cr pg. -: : Mrs
. : .. and to W. B. Jenkins janitor 3 -i_-. 30.00 17. rid of. That'is I think ERT1LIZERC der-
Brooker "
sleep soundly again. misake.
I B. M. Bryan teaching 15 Wednesday, Feb. 21. A. M. a If We have .o
:. We do not know of any case where J. I. Ogden do 10 20.00 5.00 Graham, Thursday, Feb. 22. A. M. it is cut before it is fully matured, the formulas to meet every- : A
a few hogs have lifted the mortgage i.. G.W.Powell Hazen printing com 2 2 15.00 Hampton, Thursday, Feb. 22. P. M.: stubble does not come up next year." need. Write to us for prices. I horn gra\

off of a Bradford county farm, but weG, W. Hazen do 3 ---_______________ 2.42 3.77 Lawtey, Friday, Feb. 23. \\ \ S ;
; heard the other day of a man getting W. Hazen do 22 ---___________ 1.27 Raiford, Saturday Feb. Fat
W. Hazen HOGS.
. : S a pocket pretty well filled with money I C. W. Hazen do 25 23 -_-__________ .25.36 N. D. WAINWRIGHT, Wilson & Toomer il ilFertiIizer ; -1
zS for two wagon loads of porkers. B. J.Alderman C. W. Hazen do 25 --____________ 18.02 Tax /1' Terjhas
S. of the Brooklyn section 0. W. Hazen do 25 -____________ 7.52 Assessor i For \ \ ;
: : a hog to be profitable he
Ii" .'': ) hauled two light wagon! loads of hogs ;J I I Total ---------____________-398.61 JOHN WHITE & CO. be kept growing from birth to market- .5. !Company } i just

iS to the Cracker Six Farm Market at E. R. POPPELL. LOU..VlL..lty. ing age. He cannot be profitable How
unless ,.
Lawtey few days ago and pocketed See'y and SuPt. Pub. Instruction. he is healthy. He. J'* < "IdJd
r:: $260 for the two loads. Mr. Alderman ,T. B. PINHOLSTER. Liberal UMrtnwM in a profit-producing can always .be Manufacturers ideal Fertilizers jSDealcn j i
& t has been Chairman board Public ..4 full vain* paid condition if he is Fertilizer Materials J|
; supplying the Starke markets | Instruction. fed B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. m ;

rt : with pork since early fall. He has )I :r.Fues positively tell you that this We Spray Machines kad Insecticides. dentC
1:4: j sold several hundred dollars worth of | Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell Hide and prevents cholera, removes worms and Jacksonville Y011 :
pork during the past 90 days. everybody. Advertise. Florida tear
.. ...- Coat SUM cures thumps. If the powder does npt ;
make good, we will. Feb291623. : Udti :



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.--- -,-- -------,. --, Christmas; -= church iritis wife's coat-No, r said to be made payable to A. S. Crews as Treasurer and WH of NWU of NEU of Section 36 : ALL NOTICE OF ELECTION. i
we can get coat. of said Town.
you a They : 9, SOUTH OF RANGE 22 Starke. Fla., Feb. 6, 1917.
pay up better then." that myself, but he agreed with me. He All bidders shall specify the amount of bonds EAST. By the power vested in them by the schoollaws :

"I think I'd did not say very much, but he looked bid for and the time within wftich the bidders The NW'4 of \.t of Section 3' the NWU of Florida the Board of Public In.tMc-
rather wear
pRUJgsNGEPARSONAGE my summer will comply with the terms thereof after notice of Section 4 : the NWU of NW1..: and NEU
tion of Bradford county hereby order tlec-
coat until then." said Connie soberly. sympathetic. He said he anticipatedgreat is given by the Town Clerk that delivery of of SWU of Section :; Lt 3 or NEU of NW. tion held in Rising Special "District an No. :

"Oh, but you can't dearest. It is too pleasure in seeing me in my new bonds can be made. U. and Lots 10, 1 of Section 7 : Lot U on the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1917, for i
Certified check above referred to is to be 4 and part of of Section 9 ; Lot 2 and
the election of three trustees fur two ,
coat at church yean
cold. Won't be next Sunday. deposited a guaranty of compliance with part of Lot 3 of Section 10 the NU of -
you a good girl now, 8 ful : NEU.SEU \ and to determine tie amount of niillane to be .
; and not make sister feel badly aboutIt "Go on with your luncheon twins," the bid submitted and in event of the acceptance of NE! SWU of NWl and NWU of assessed. J. M. Brownktt, J. L Underhill, '.
of such bid and the failure on the SWU of Section 16; the E 4 of NEU. the ,
? It really is becoming to you and it said Prudence sternly "You'll be late part of the bidder t comply with the terms NW! SI of SWV4. and SEU of Section 17 ; U. H. Lewis, appointed as manUn.R. ,

Is nice and warm. Take some more to school. We'll see about going down thereof same shall considered 8 liquidated the SE of SE1 of Section 18 ; Lot 2 of 2-9-4t : 1-oppELL.Secretary. 'r'F
damages and retained by the Town. Section 21 of Section 25 -
; ; 3 of
FL- fudge, dear, and run out-of-doors a town when you get home tonight Con-:. Said Improvement Bonds are t b issued Section 27; the SWU of NWU. W Lt SW..

while. You'll feel better about It presently nie. Now eat your luncheon anddon't under Chapter 6864- of the'1915 of the and SEU! of SWU of Section 28: the WH of ORDINANCE NO. J.AX ,
I'm talk about coats State of Florida, and to cover certificates of indebtedness Section 29 ; Lou 2 and 7 of Section 32 ; LoU ORDN.-\NC PROVIDING FOR THE
sure. any more. of property owners of said Town, 4 and 5 of Section 33 ; the EU of NEtS or Lot ALL HORSiS, ASSES. .
Connie stood solemnly beside the When Connie had gone back to which certificates of indebtedness are to be held 1. and 1-1 of NEtS of Section 34 : ALL MULE COWS GOATS. SWEEP AND I
table, her still school Prudence went straight to Mr. by the Town IN TOWNSHP 9, SOUTH OF RANGE 23
eyes fastened on the The Town Council reserves the right to re- OR OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IS THE TOWN

ia coat, cut down from her father's. "Can Harold's bank. Flushed and emb'ar.rassed. ject any and aU bids. Commencing at a stake on Earle Avenue, OF STARKE. BRADFORD COINT FLORIDA !t

I go and take a walk?" she asked she explained the situation By order of the said Town Council of the running S70 feet North to a stake, thence SUCH. AND ANIMALS.PROVIDING EXPENSES OF KEEPING OF
Town of Starke, West 40 chains more or less to the Section
finally. frankly. "My sympathies are all with Forida. MATTHEWS line between Sections 33 and 32 ; thence Southto SAME HOW PROCEEDS OF SUCH SALES

"May I, you mean," suggested Fairy. Connie," she said candidly. "But I am Chairman Town Council Earle Avenue, and thence along Earle A SHALL PENALTY BE APPLIED.FOR BRE AND,\KING'PRESCRIBING I'OUND OR
Attest Avenue to the place of beginning said
: : tract
"Yes may I? Maybe I can reconcile afraid father would not like It. We are C. A. FUTC of land lying in Section S3, IN TOWNSHIP FOR RELEASING IMPOUNDED ANIAL. .

myself to it" dead set against borrowing. After- 2-2-St. 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST, containing BE IT ORDAINED By the Town
the Town
of Starke Bradford Stateof
13 acres, more or less: also the NWU of
"Yes, go and take a walk" urged our mother was taken we were crowd. SWU of Section 33, in TOWNSHIP 8, SOUTH Florida:

Prudence promptly, eager to get the ed pretty close for money. So we had Notice i hereby NOTICE given OF SALE February OF RANGE 12 EAST. Section or any I policeman It shall be to the take duty upland of the impoundall Marshal -

/ small sober face beyond her range of tc go in debt It took us two years to 26th 1917, between the hours of 8 a, m., and Air Beginning Line Railway on the 60 West feet side from of the the center Seaboard of horses, asses, mules, cows gouts, sheep and '
vision. it m Hul'a Department Store of Starke, Fla., swine found running at large on, the streets !
get paid. Father and Fairy and I Section
the track, on the South line of 6 in
auction the highest bidder
/ to or other public plaets of town and to impound -
"If I am not back when the twins talked it over then, and decided we cash at their furniture store room on Call Township 9 South of Range 22 East on AN and keep them gafoly fi.j impounded until
street Starke, Bradford county, Florida, forstorage rondo Grant line; runningVcst along all costs, charges and shall have been
/ get home go right on and eat withoutme. would starve rather than borrow again. and other charges goods received by Stion line 2,721 feet ; thence North or until epn"f'S hereinafter

I'll come back when I get things Even'the twins understood it, but Connie u and remaining on hand unclaimed for more 1,300 thence South 83 degrees East paid as pro ,

straightened out in my mind." was too little. She doesn't' know than ninety days: 2,229 feet to the right of way of said Railroad Section 2. It shall be the duty of the Marshal I
said of
thence right 1,516
Mrs. Mary H. Thorpe-one lot household ; way upon putting any of said animals in the :
When Connie was quite beyond hearing how heartbreaking it is to keep hand. goods. feet to beginning, containing 80 acres, more pound, to forthwith notify the owner or owner

Prudence dropped her head on the ing over every cent for debt when cne This sale is made under authority of Chap or less ; excepting 20 acres sold to K. F. Ben- thereof if known in writing of such impounding -
deed recorded in Deed Book "X"
(Copyright by the Bobbs-Merrlll Corn- table and wept. "Oh, Fairy, If the mem- Is just yearning for other things. I do one ter,1943. Act of, Legislature General Statutes of 1873 of, Florid.Seton dorf 483 of by the public records of Alachua county page, that the same, giving, if a not full redeemed derl.tiol ithin thereof twenty-and

nan v.i wish she migtt have the coat but I'm N. B. Florida, and excepting 40 acres sold to Thomas four hUl. by the payment of all ,oats, charges -

SYNOPSIS.CHAPTER afraid father would not like it. She Call Street, Starke, Fla.. Jan. 25, 1917. McLaughlin by deed recorded in Deed Book' expense, will be sold },url.ance to the
1-26-41. 'X" at page 486 of said records. provisions of this ordinance. the owner or
gave me the five dollars for safekeeping Also a certain piece of land containing 85 owners are not known, an>i ('I tliall not have

I-Prudence and I have brought it back." acres more or less, linK North of the last redeemed the same within the time limited by
Starr eldest of described tract, in 6 and described -
-ton this ordinance the Marshal shall forthwith advertise
fly* motherless girls at Mount comes Mark to the Methodist Mr. Harold shook his head. "No, Notice is hereby given that UtE by in a deed from Wilks to C. A. the same for sale by posting within-

parsonage for her father the Methodist, as housemother mln- Connie must have her coat. This will virtue of a decree made and rendered on the V"illr, recorded in Deed Book "R" at page tbe town at I"wt three written or prinl. notices

liter be a good lesson for her. It will teach 27th day of Januar A. D. 1917 in the Circuit 92 of the public records of said Alachua Coun- of the time and place of Iid one
Court County, Florid in ty.Also at the pound, one at the T..n and one
her the bitterness of living under debt I Chancery, by the Honorable J. T. Lots 8 and 9 of Section' 6 in Township at the County Court House for 1.1 less than
CHAPTER II-The girls entertain a visiting of said Court. in a suit therein pending "herein 9, South of Range 22 East. I five consecutive days previous to day of
minister at luncheon, to his discern Prudence, I think in my heart I Melrose Manufacturing Company, a corporation AUo Lot of Section 1 in Township 9 sale. not reclaimed, ho shall th ani-
ture. Carol one ot the twins, rides the that she is right this time. This is a is complainant ana Jesse L. Wallace South of Range 21 East. I mal I animals at public 9,1 after the
family cow with disastrous results. and Charles' C. Clayton. individually and Also acres in Section 4 in Township 9
.: case where borrowing is justified. Get a 10l giving of the notice aforesaid at the pound in
mrtners doing business a Melrose Turpentine South 22 East, conveyed by Benja- said town between the hours of etc-en o'clock
her the coat and I'll the account min B. Ewing and wife to Rt. Reverend John I .
CHAPTER Ill-Prudence and square & Land Company et al., are detendant a. m. and two o'clock p. in.
. the Ladles' Aid society while Fairy Lark receive with your father." Then he I[ will offer for sale and sell at auc- F. Young. Bibhop of Florida, by deed dated I Section 3. All moneys received i by the Mar
, Carol and Connie practice tion to the highest and best bidder or bidders June 29, 1879, and recorded in D Book "L" shal either from the sale of such or
, mud on the dining room table.modeling In added "And I'll look after this salary for cash in front of the court house door at page 938 of the public said Ala- from the owner when the animals animal bae b'n

; Chapter IV.-The twins prepare Ccrstance business after this. I'll arrange with in the City of Gainesville, Alachua County, chua County. redeemed by the owner, shall be paid to
on Monday, the Sth day of March, A. Schedule "B" Town Treasurer and the Marshal shall take his
; for initiation into their private secret society the trustees that I am to pay your father Florid. 191 the same being a Rule Day of said The Wii of Section 14 ; NI E'4 of SW'S.and receipt for the same. Tne Town Treasurer

; with results unexpected to themselves. his full salary the first of every [x> the legal hours of sale, all that SEU of Section 16; of NWU of after paying all the cost and incident -

V-When* month and that the church receipts are land, premie and property situate, lying and Section 23 : and the SW% of SW'4 (containing to the impounding and sale el"nS(.r such animal -
CHAPTER Fairy entertains I ; i\1\ / being Counties of Alachua, Bradford, 49 acres) of Section 31 ; IN TOWNSHIP hold the balance in trust for the
\ Eugene Babler In the evening the twins to be turned in to me. And if they Clay and Putnam, State of Florida, herein 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST. shal he animal or and if the
convince Prudence that etiquette has small do after particularly described and forth in of LoU 2 and 3 of Section 4 as de balance held in trust anilaJ withinone
place In the Starr family not pay up, my lawyer can do a little let Par so elatled
in Book "X" of
Schedules A. and B., namely: in deed year from the date of sale it shall be
."! investigating 1 Little Connie earned Schedule "A"The Deeds at Page 244 ; the NVi of SWU of SEtS paid into the I..nfrl fun-1 of the Town.
CHAPTER VI. that five dollars, for she taught one of Section 5 except a strip of six acres on Section 4. fees charged for imK'>unding
7 SWU! of SE i of Section 24 : the NW'i Wet side; Ten acres in Section 6, describ shall be follows: ..
, trustee a.sorry lesson. And he will of NE'4. Nu of NWV4 and SE'. of NW>4 : as, beginning at Wheteler's For each 8 seizure of horse, abS. mule or cow
:i Practicing Economy. M have to pass it on to the others in self- N1 I.! of SW%, SE'4 of SE'4. threequartersof being the Southeast corner of Lt of said 50. cents./
NW'. of SE and of SW'. thence
; It was a dull day early In Decem defense Now run along and get the of SE. of Section 25 thrulrter: 4 of SW North Section,110 running yards,thence thence West East 4 yard. and cents.For each seizure of any other animal 25

j ber. Prudence and Fairy were sewIng coat and if fire dollars Isn't enoughyou of Section 27 ; the NW of NWl,, NWtf of thence South 110 yards to the place of beginning For each day's retention and feed of each
',.. of SE ., NE'4! of NEM, and NE'. the of NWU of Section 8; Lot
In the bay window of the sitting can have as much more as you SI ; SEU horse, ass, mule or cow, 50 c'nt.
of SE Section 34 ALL IN TOWNSHIP
: 12 containing 40 acres, LoU II- and 13 of West For each days retention and feed of
.e room. need. Your father will get his salary 8, SOUTH OF RANGE 21 EAST. Melrose as shown on plat recorded June 22 other animal 25 cents. any

"We must be sure to have all the after this, my dear, if we have to mortgage The NWU of NW;., Shi of NW' N'i of 1883, in Deed Book "Q" at page 930 of the For preparing advertisements and porting
SWV4, W"J of SWU of SW'4, and E'of public records of Alachua County. And beginning notices, 25 cents.
out of the way before Connie the parsonage !I" of of Section 5 the of:SW
scraps SEU SWJ4 : Wtf at Northwest corner of Lot 1 of West The Marshal shall be allowed by the Town
: gets home" said Prudence, carefully '/4 of NE'.. SE'. of NW%. W-i of SEW, Addition to Melrose thence run South 11.89 the above fees for each animal driven into
and SE>4 of SEU of Section 6; the Ne!( chains, thence West 15.07 chains, thence Northwesterly said pound in addition to all other fees and
fitting together pieces of a dark warm, (Continued Next Week.) of NE%, SW>4 of NE!., W',4( of SE'4 of 11.54 chains thence North 6.13 chains, salary paid such Marshal. Said sums to be

furry material. "It has been so long NE. Nt of SEV, NI of SW1 of SE'., thence East 27.26 chains to place of binninl paid by the Town Council in the same manneras
and of SE, the Wlj 23 ,
H '; containing by estimation acres other
;. since father wore this coat, I am sure / i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of NWU of NWV4. W& of SE i of NW%, in Section 13 ; Lots 6, and 8 of Section 14 ; Section bil. are The paid.Town Marshal shall' a

she will not recognize it." and SE4 of SWU of Section 8 the NWU and the E% of NWU of Section 23 ; IN in a book to by the keep Town,
Ii But she will ask where 'we got it Prudence Dropped Her Head on the + LEGAL NOTICES of SE4! of Section 14 ; the SWU of NE I TOWNSHP 9. SOUT OF RANGE 22 EAST. ror animals b furnihLo by under this

Table and Wept. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + NEI of NE% of NWU. S>a of NW ., WI St of NWU of NE%. the I ordinance, giving the date of the ;
:it and what shall we say? of SWU, and SEU of SEU of Section 1; Wifc of of SWU of NEU of Section '; '. the disposal made of the j mpoundinl.atating

"We must tell her it Is goods we have bers Just knew how such things hurt, NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESi the NEU of NEU. the SVof NW three acres in Southeast corner of SWU of sold, to whom and the ar.iount sold for the
: \ months after date I will present to the NE! and S j of NEU of Section 18 ; the NWU! of Section 8 ; the South sev n-tenth date of sale, the owner if known, and a description
i -
: had In the house for a long time. That maybe they'd pay up a little better. Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner. as County Judge ef SLJ of Lot 4 and the SU of Lot 6 of Section of NWU of NW%, the NEtS of ,, of the animal or ariimals. Said book

: is true. AnJ I made this fudge on purpose How do they expect parsonage peopleto Bradford county. Florida. my vouchers and 19 ; the NWU of SEt. of Section 20 ; the North three-fourths cf SEU of NWU of to be kept a of the public records of the
" when Rnal accounts as Administratrix of the estateof the NW I of NWU 'of Section 21 ; the NEU! Section 10 : the E% of SEU of Lot 12 (containing said town and par subject to the inspection of the
to distract her attention. Poor keep up appearances they S. J. Sternburg. late of Bradford county. of NE .. SWU of SE1., EMi of SEI,. of five acres) of Section 18: the NWU Town Council and the public at all times.
!' cbIld" she added very sympatheti haven't any money?'" Florida. deceased and uk to be dischargedas NEl and Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Section 22; the of Lot 12 (containing ten acres) and LoU 12 6. Any person, without authority

cally. "Her heart is just set on a brand- "Oh, now,. Prue, you're worse than such Administratrix, NWU of NWU of Section 23; the NW'4 of and 13 according to Dudley's survey, of Section from the Town Marshal, who shall release any
This the 18th day of August. 1916. SEU. and Lots 12 and 13 or W'4 of SW 19; the W'.i of SWU except five acres) impounded animal 1 in said Town, or any
: new coat. I know she will be bitterly Connie 1 There's no use to cry about ANGIE STERNBURG. of Section 26; the NWU of NWU or Lot 2, of Section 20; and the NWU of Lot 18 (containing son who shall break open fences, gates, pep fastenings :i i
I disappointed. If the members would It. Parsonage people have to find hap- Administratrix of tile estate of S. J. Stern- fractional part of SW! of SW, and fractional 10 acres) of Section 30 : IN TOWNSHIP or enclosure of the town pound or { 4
; burg deceased. 8-18-6m part of SEU of NWU! less 18 acres 9, SOUTH OF RANGE 23 EAST. shall aid or assist in or attempt surh '
:' Just pay up we could get her one. November piness in spite of financial misery. deeded to Charles C. Shooter, of Section 28; Lt 2 and 3, the North thrfourth of shall, upon conviction be fined in a breaking sum not '

.:) and December are s tch bad Money Isn't the first thing with folks NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. the East three-fourths of NE'. of NEU and and E'! of Lot 10. Lt 11 except one exceeding One Hundred Dollars or be im- i
Lots 10 and 11 of Section ?9 ; also al the acre deeded to Jerkins Lot 25 acres in the prisoned not exceeding sixty
:: months for like us. Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office 1 days or by both
parsonage people. Everyone at Gainesville, Fla., Dec. 30, 1916. Southeast portion of Lt of Section ling North part of Lot 22. and 23 and 24. such fine and imprisonment in the discretion i
is getting ready for Christmas now. "Poor little Connie If she had Notice is hereby given that Joseph Starling, South of the branch al,.o all of Lot of Section 6 IN TOWNSHIP 10. SOUTH OF of the Mayor of said Town. -l
and need of Lawtey Florida. who. on April 26. 1912. Section 29 sold by SilasVeeks to Natbanil RANGE 23 EAST, and containing 315 aerts. SL'tion". All ordinances or parts of onli- I *
forgets that parsonage people cried about It, I wouldn't have cared so made Homestead Entry. No. 010513 for EV4 i Jones ; also al of Lot 9 of Setion e- more or less. ounces in conflict with the provUions of this .
Christmas money, too." much. But she looked so-heartsick, of NEU and N-i! of SE1 Section 4, Town- I cept 12 on east side sold by Patrick And also all lands; intN..sts in lands and ordinance are hereby repealtd. < '
Kelly to B. J. Earle, and six and threeeighthsacres on lands owned and controlled by the &Section 8. This ordinance shall become ef- j'fective
Fairy took a pin from her mouth. "I ship 6 S, Range 23 E. Tallahassee meridian, 1'nse I
. didn't she, Fairy? has filed notice of intention to make Three- sold to H. D. Lewis, and six and three- complainant on the 2nd day of March, A. D.. sixty days after its ;>assa e and approvaL -
have honestly been ashamed of Connie Connie certainly was heartsick. More. year proof, to establish claim to the land abovedcscrbed. eights acres sold to Isaac W. Bennet and 1911, situate in Alachua. Bradford Clay and .
the last few Sundays. It was so cold, : before the Clerk Circuit Court. at 18',2 acres sold to S. Barker, by Putnam counties, in the State of Florida E. S. 't'
_ than that she little disgusted.She MATHEWS
,: was a Shooter, described as follows: Commencing whether herein specifically described or not. President I'
Starke, Florida, on the 16th day of February
and she wore only that little thin sum- felt herself aroused to take action. .at a point 1740 feet North of the Southwest All the said lands described in said Schedule Attest: S- 1917.Claimant corner of said Lot 9 thence to lands be sold at the time and place afore. I
mer.Jacket She must have been half names as witnesses: ; Et A will C. A. FUTCH,
Things had too far! Go to churchin
gone W. C. Ward, of Starke, Florida.C. owned by B. J. Earl undr : Kelly, or said subject to all claims rights and interests Town Clerk. _.
frozen. her father's coat she could not! She C. Howard of Starke Florida.F. otherwise to the meander line of said Lot 9. ( heretofore surrendered or terminated) of To the Mayor: l'-

!'Oh, I had her dressed warmly underneath walked sturdily down the street toward Sassee, of Starke. Florida. thence southerly along the meander line of L. A. Davis and Brothers under that certain I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance f
declared Wm. G. Starr. of Starke. Florida. said lot about 1000 feet; thence West about lease and contract dated August 25th. 1910. was duly passed by the Town Council -ton t.
"j I very warmly Indeed, the "city"-Ironically so called. Her. ROBT. W. DAVIS 680 feet to the West line of said lot; thence between Melrose Manufacturing Company and the 6th day of February. A. D. 1!>17. i t

,. Prudence. "But no matter how face was stony her hands were 1-5-51. Registrar. North on said West line 810 feet to the placeof said L. A. Davis & Brothers whereby certaint.rnber C. A. FUTCH. f
-- look beginning: subject to the riparian rights ; and other rights were granted said L(Copy) Town Clerk. '
warm you are underneath, you clenched. But finally .she brightened.Her heretofore reserved the North and
on Et A. Davis and Brothers. Approved by me this 7th 01 February, ,
cold If you aren't visibly prepared for lagging steps quickened. She NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND. side of said Lot 9, with an equal AU the said lands described in said Schedules A. D. 1917. day.
winter 'I enough Notice U hereby given to all whom it may way to and through the branch channel of the "A" and "B" will be sold at the time JOE HILL WILLIAMS.
: weather. kept hoping skipped along quite cheerfully. She concern that I, Margaret Owens, as Guardianof Santa Fe Canal: the SW'.. of SW1 EI{ and place above stated subject to all the naval I 2-9-Et Mayor t t
: money would come in to buy her a I turned westward as she reached the Gary Owens, Fred Owens and Pauline of SE% of S of SEU, and Lot 1 stores and turpentine privileges on certain I I.
coat for in her life." Owens, minors, will, on the 26th day of Feb Section 30; also Lots 1 and 2 of the NU of of the lands described in said Schedules I <
I corner of the square and walked along ruary. A. D. 1917, apply to the Honorable Lot 3 of Section 30, described as follows: Commencing "A"para and "B" conveyed to MuselwhiteBrownCompany :
"She has been looking forward to I that business street with shining eyes. Geo. A. Gardiner County Judge. in and for at the Northeast corner of said Lot by the Receiver appointed in this WHATISLAXFOS t I

J' one long enough," put in Fairy. "This In front of the First National bank she Bradford county, at his office in Starke in said 2. thence South along the East line of said lot couse under authority of decree of above court
'I county at 10 o'clock a. m.. or as soon thereafter ;. 1260 feet: thenee West 1365 ret. thence November 15th, 19I.
will... ._be_ a bitter _blow_ to_ _her And yet_ paused, but after a few seconds she as the matter can be heard, for author North to the shore of Lake Alto 1150 feet ; date the said lands described in said Schedules
H u not sucn" a bad-looking coat aner.L : passed by. On the opposite corner was ity to sell at private sale the one-fourth undivided thence East along the shore of said Lake Altoto "A" and "B" wi be sold at the time and I
'I interest each of said minors in and to the place of beginning 136.5 ret containing place above subject to the lien and operation -
ill And she quickly ran up a seam another bank. When she reached It, the following described real estate in said about four acres of land ; als fractional of two certain from Melrose

on the machine. I'I' she walked In without pausing, and the county, to-wit: part of Section 30, being the NWU' of SEU Manufacturing morale, to

"Here Connie I" Prudence NWU of SWU of Sec. 21, Township 6, thereof, described a follows: Commencingat Barnes & Jeesup Company (now Southern Na- LAX-FOS is Cascara j ;
comes massive door swung behind her. Range 20, containing 40 acres, more or less. a point on Lake Alto 50 feet East of thecenter val Stores Company of record in Mortgage an improved .

tastily swept a pile of scraps out of I I The four older girls were at the Also the following named personal property, line of said Section, thence running Book 30, page 503 et ae. Alachua County (a ) !t3 tate I
sight and turned to greet her little horse, 4 head of cattle, 12 head of hogs, one South parallel to said center line about 700 Florida, and of record Mortgage Book 32. '
table when Connie came home. She single wagon. feet to a.stake: thence East 12 dele South pale 314, Alachua County, Flor'da: upon which LAX-FOS the Cascara is improve J17 :
" Miter with a cheery smile. I I exhaled quiet satisfaction from every Which application will be based upon the 625 feet to a stake about 580 of mortgages there i, a balance due of the addition of certain hirniles chemicals :
"Come on In Connie" she cried petition for such .sale now on file in said the South line .of said "forty," thence South $5534.02 with. interest thereon from January .
her which increase the 11 the
pore. Prudence glanced at once Court. to the South line of said "forty" thence West 19th 1917. elEcieiv-y :
; (With a brightness she did not feel. and then looked away again. "She has Dated January 22, 1917. 660 feet to the center line of said Section ; The above advertised sale will be made by the Cascara making it better than ordin-r/ t ,

1, .'TllryandlaremaklngyonafleWcost. she thought. Din- I MARGARET OWENS thence North along said center line to the undersigned Special Master for pUre of sat Cascara. LAX-FOS is pleasant to tale :j '
. reconciled herself I;1-26-41 Guardian. shore of Lake Alto thence along the shore of isfying the said decree of Court first herein- and does not gripe disturb htomach. : '
Isn't it pretty? And so warm I ner was half over before Constance. said lake to the place of binninp. contain- above mentioned. nor .
: 'See the nice velvet collar and cuffs. ing about ten acres: the ', except S. M. MATHEWS Adapted to children B4 well as adults.
< burst Her bomb. APPLICATION
DEED : Just try one bottle for constipation. 50c.
L. a strip of ten acres off the West a dl!,
We want to fit it on you right away, "Are you going to be busy this afternoon UNDER SECTION LAWS OF 8 FLORIDA.OF CHAPTER NEU of SW. E'/i of SE'4 and SW1 of SE% Aa Special Master. k I Ir
dear. 4888. of Section 31 the NWU of BAKER &
; one
Prudence?" she asked quietly. Hereby notice is given that J. E. Futch. pur. acre deeded to the Board of Public lea Instruc BAKER 2-2-St. _ _--i-_ _.- I
Connie of the Solicitors Complainant
picked up a piece ,chaser of tax sale certificates numbered respectively
little said of SE of and five
"We are going to sew a lion NL j NWU. % NWU.
Coods I 54 and 98, issued by the Tax Collector COFFINS CASKETS ;
and .
examined It Intently."Don't
in the Northwest corner of SE% of SWU ,
Prudence. "Why? for Bradford Florida each of acre .
county of Section 32 ALL IN TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTHOF SALE.
fudge Con- : And full line ofUndertakers'
you want some downtown with said certificates being dated the 3rd day of SHERIFFS a i
"I wanted to
.' flier exclaimed Fairy, shoving the you go August A. D. 1914, has filed the said certifiCates RANGE 22 EAST. Notice is hereby given TTiat I, W. J. Epperson l'
;:f d1ab toward me after school. I in my office and has made applicationfor The NV; of SWU of Section 4 : the E'- sheriff of Bradford County State of Florida Supplies! I
her hurriedly. "Well I can do that. Fairy tax deed to issue in accordance with law. of NWU Section 9 : all of Section 15 : commencing under and by virtue of that certain writ ,
i :.Connie took a piece from the plate The said certificates respectively embrace the at Northeast corner of SE'.. thence of execution, issued out of and under the seal Always on hand. The beat ser- ,
I'>: ud Her I will be able to finish the coat alone. I.following lands in Bradford county, Florida. West to Northeast corner of NWU of SEtS : of the Circuit Court of HilUborough County vice at the lowest Specialattention
..' thrust it between her teeth. "You needn't finish the coat-I can't assessed at the date of the issuance of such thence South to right of way of Georgia Florida. against Nancy E. Little and Ln pHces
?::. 7es were still fastened upon the brown certificates in the names respectively herein Southern and Florida Railroad : thence East M. Litte. her husband, and in favor of t telegraph oer.
?. furry cloth. wear father's coat to church Pru after particularly aet forth, to-wit: along said right of way to the Section line dated the 22nd day of January.A. ,
dence. It's a-it's a-physical impossibility Certificate No. 54 embraces the Sof: SWU dixiding Sections 27 and 28. thence North alone D. 1917, will offer for sale and wi ull'to
"Where did .ou get this stuff?" she of NWU and SEU of NWU! and SWU of aid Section line to the Northeast corner of the highest and best bidder for at the RegisteredEmbalmer
Inquired able to ." NEU and NEU of SEl of NEU and W"4 SE%. the place of beginning in Section 28 ; court house door in the Town of Starke, Brad _
as soon as she was The twins laughed, Fairy smiled, but of SE of SEU and SWU of SE14 and N'4 the E'.'. of SEU. and the SWl of SEU of ford County, Florida. on Monday March 5th. JONES I j"
Mak of S'j, of SW!. of SWU. See. 12. Tp. 6. S. R. Section 31 : Lots 1. 2, 3. 4 and 5 of Section 1917 the same being a legal sales day of said DeWIT C.
"Out Con- Prudence gazed at "the baby" with 21-: E., 190 acres assessed Unknown. 32 : and W'.'. of SWU Section 34 : ALL INTOWNSHIP'S court. during the legal hours of sale, the following Livingston: Co !
of the trunk in the garret, tender Certificate No. 98 embraces the NE'. of SOUTH OF RANGE 23 E\ST. described real estate situated, being &

fcle. Don't you want some more fudge? pity. SW .. Sec. 15. Tp. 6, S. R. 20 E.. 40 acres, Lots 5 and 6 in Section 1 ; the S'.' of and lying in Bradford County, Florid to-wit: Fla. : I
I put a lot of nuts in especially on "rm so sorry, dearest. but we haven'tthe assessed W. P. Summers. SWU of NW%. N% of NWU of SWU.! Lot No. 1. Commencing at NW crer Madison Stake, I Ir
to buy one now." Unless said certificates shall be redeemed 10 less four acres on East side and four.acres and Myrtle streets in Starke, and run .
1 Jour account." money accord.n: to law, tax deed will issue thereon I on Wet side of Lt 14, of Scion 4 : the West on Madison street 210 feet. thence North
: ,. "It's good" said Connk!,.taklng another "Will five dollars be enough? inquired on the 26th day of February. A. D. 1917. I NWU of NW'4. of .. SEtS of 334 feet, thence East 210 feet to Myrtle street, -
Connie and she placed a crisp Witness my official signature and seal this I SEU of Section 6: Lots I. 2 and 5. NU of thence South along said street 334 let to the
f: piece. She . very closely. "Say Prudence, isn't this new bill beside her plate. The W. T. WEEKS. ; also part of Sect'on 6 within the Arre- Town of Starke in See. 29, Tp. 6 S. R. 12
that gasped They gazed at Connie with Clerk Circuit Court. dondo Grant and East of the Seaboard Air East, containing two ac" more or less.
: old brown coat of father's? By R. A. WEEKS. i Line Railway except 60 acres sold to Joiner; 2. Commencing at SW corner of Mad'son COFFINS AND CASKET

; Fairy shoved her chair back from the new respect They were Just wishing 1-26-St. (Stall Deputy Clerk. also Lots 1. 10 and !! ot Miller and Stew- and Myrtle streets in Starke and run South .
machine they could handle five-dollar bills so art's Sub-Division of said Section 6 ; Lot 1 and on. Myrtle stdeet 105 feet thence West 105 1 .
; and ran to the window feet, thence South 105 feet, thence West 105
SALE OF $18.000 TO $30.000 C sub-divisions I, 3 and 4 of Lot 4, and commencing All Sizes and Qualities
"took "Isn't that recklessly. NOTICE OF feet thenee north 210 feet to Madison
: Prue. she cried. BONDS. 26 f-3 chains North of the Southwestcorner Strt
Mrs. "Will loan me twenty dollars until PER CENT of Section- 7, thence East 30 thence East on Madison street 210 feet, .
; Adams ? I wonder you that the Town Coun- chain
this is given
coming way Hereby notice, Gaskins Addition Always Hand
1-3 30 chains, and point of beginning, in to on :
: after Christmas, Connie? queried cil of the Town of Starke Florida. will receive South North 1 1-3 chains chain to place Wet of beginning of the Town of Starke. in Section 29, Tp. 6, S.
of between
for the purchase -
I "No It Isn't," .answered Connie Fairy. $18.000.00 sealed! and bids$30.000.00 of IMPROVEMENTBONDS iaid Section ': the S'-i of NWU of NE1 Range 22 East containing 3.4 acre, more or

r1Tely. "It's Just Miss Avery getting But Prudence asked "Where" did you of the Town of Starke.of March Florida., iV7.up to on NEtS West of aide NWU., E SEU of SE\of SWU., and except SWU 23 of acres SEU less.No.. 3. SWU of SEU of Sec. 35, Tp. 6 S. PRICES REASONABLE

home from school.-Isn't it Prudence? get this money, Connie? and including the 1st day be OHted except five \in corner of Section R. 22 E., containing 40 acres, mor or less.
t Bonds are to Sutheat
I Connie Said Improvement the NW'.. and No. 4. of NEU and E'i of NEU of
f' Other's It-from the bank delivered vitMn 8 ; LoU 3, 4, 5 Ell
"I borrowed and be
coat, I mean? "I when delivered. Days to after March Ut. 1917 Lots 9i 10 11, 12, 13. 14. 15 and 16, and the NWU of 36, Tp. 6, S. R 22East, containing J.C.CONE .:,
: Tes Connie It Is," said Prudence, I replied with proper gravity. Sixty to Ninety denominations of $500 each, SE'. of Section 9: Lt 2. 3. 4 and 5. and 100 acres, more or le. ,'
and to be in La Florida'
back. Mr. are NWU. and of No. 5. S4 of NEU of SEU of 10. Tp. wU7, :
It of NEU. S -
here have two years to pay bear interest at the rate of .MX jwr cent NWU 1' W1
t UiTery very gently. "But no one and to January. NWU of Section ; Lots 1. 9. 10 of S. R. 22 E., containing 20 acr mor or _
have semi-annually on
1 has seen it, and it Is such nice cloth- Harold says they are proud to my per annum payable first of each with jnierest West Melrose and Lot 'of Simm's survey in less.No. ETE'Wbenecr
the year
and July 6. SWV4 of NEU and SWU of SEU
I Just trade." in\ rest Section 13; the EH of 3. and LoU 4 and i
i' The principal an : Lt '
exactly what girls are wearing coupons attached. 5 of Section 14 the W of NEI NEU of of NWU of See. 11. Tp. 7 S. R. 22 East, eon- .; .
; Tonlr
silent for several long Bonds are payable at the You a
said Improvement
T' BOW. Prudence was of National Pankin lees tract of four acres sold to Thomas taming 50 acres, more or less. Ne Oeael
': "But I seconds. Then she inquired in a low Banking House of the Hanover York. P.NWU Boulware. W'4 of NW%. NEU of SW1..nd No. 7. NEU of NEU of Sec. 13. Tp. 7. Ore's f
: wanted P Connie and State of New
; a new coat the City S. R. 22 i:.. 40 acres, more or
want- NWU of SWU of EH containing The Old Standard Grove's
did voice "Did you tell him why you The amount of bonds offered for sale will 8EI SE1 tatele
not cry. She stood looking at Prudence between $18.000.00 and $30.000.00 *n.l the of NEU of except 1& ar sold by less.No. chill Tonic is equally ,'
,;i': with her wide hurt "Oh "Yes I explained the whole situation. one-tenth each year for ten NEU of Section 16 : the NEtS of NEU. all of R. 22 East, containing 40 more or
l Connie I'm as due and payable well known tonic properti&sofUINIRand
; Just as sorry thereof. Bids will be accepted NWU of NEU except S'4 of SEU of NWU less.
,: you are," cried Prudence, with starting ." years from to seven date o'clock p. m. March 1st. 1917. of NEU. tb SEI' of NWI S', of NWU.' I. W. J. EPPERSON. IftON. It acts on th- Li vti. Drives .
taut "What did he sayr"He up required to deposit with C. A.Futch the SWU. SEU. and SWU of SEt out Enriches the p and
: "I !
know bidders
how feel about All are llalari ;
; just Sheriff of Bradford Florida.
yon Section 17 Lot 4 of Sect on : the
: NWI.of
eheeic 11
I felt Town. certified
how of said a \S hole System
It dearest But the people didn't pay I said he knew Just as Clerk of Five Hundred Dollars, said check NWU of Section 24 ; the N'i of NWU! 2--51 Btd np lp ceft
father. U. lW-month. Haybe fitter l IfyVBVT ft"_bfiP: h.liLt! I I .:

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..e.i relay'stomach trouble and all the medicalaid This; i3 tha time
Cm! school. Mr. Dewey Greene was visiting failed to save him from an infant's wake of y :
Lake Butler high friends in Raiford Sunday.Mrs. up. Who will spew l
Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples visited tives and of Highland, visited grave. The remains were buried at Wo Bonder w Lat the J
J. y
relatives at Wateroak Wednesday.J. I the Antioch cemetery Wednesday of councilmen are ,
and N. H. Stokes, of friends here Sunday. 1!, and f ;
.i I L. Brown Bennett, of Highland, morning. water for the town-ibo'
Miller, 0. L. Mizell of Worthington, Mr. Dewey I Mr. M. P. Matheny who has been at surely letting their-fight. .
County News Items and G. .11. Richard, of Lake Butler, visited here M. Sunday.Mr. Norman was transacting ';Cedar Keys for several weeks is now "half bushel for no '0',
to Brooker and J. I his here. one leesi.1
made a business trip Monday.Mr. spending a week with family tlemen, light up the
Alachua Thursday.Mr. business in Lawtey transacting Mr. Scott Andrews has. moved his a water ton.-; 1
and Mrs. D. E .Douglass, of W. H. Norman Tuesday.Mr. was I family into Brooker and will occupy i will fill up system with and valuable,eee ho,, r

interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Worthington, passed through our town business L. in H.Lawtey Hill the Lawtey real estate -, the Hayes cottage recently vacated by Mrs. Bert tephens' r-
a Regular Correspondents. Sunday enroute.to Providence.Mr. business visitor here Mr. Roy Godwin, who moved his fam- the misfortune to break lid lr
t and Mrs. D. L. Clyatt visited agent, was a 1 ily to a farm four miles north of this playing at school her rand .
} Alachua county Sunday. Tuesday.Mr. Jacksonville visited place, in the' Pine Hill district. Mann Tuesdar..ntt..:
Dan Howe, of soon the
;) r Barney Thomas had the misfortuneto I Messrs. Knight, Cameron and Cros- resting rasyj littItM:!.
VANDERBILT. Mr. J. D. Randall returned here last lie thrown from his horse one day here Friday.Mr. transacting by, of Starke; were business callers Mr. and Mrs Lem ::;1
: :: 0. J. Phillips was Hod
where he week breaking his collar bone in h
Cincinnati last ,
Saturday from Tuesday. in our burg last Thursday. turned from West t
in Lawtey Florida
was called a few weeks ago on accountof two places, also bruising his foot. Dr. business of the Lawtey I I Mrs. A. A. Brooks, of Madisonville, have been on their ,
.The cold weather has killed the lit- the illness of a relatire. J. 0. Phillips, of Worthington, was Mr. W. C. Wooten, visitor Tenn., and her sister, Mrs. Brumley, :Mr Jollswrth one71noot.tv

t tle strawberries and blooms of this Mr. Henry Bennett was a business called and set the broken bones. He Telephone Co., in was: the a interests business of hi> I I of Black Mountain, N. C., arrived here ing this week? with C. Harper 4st:

.,. section. visitor to Jacksonville last week. is doing nicely.Mr. here Saturday last week for an extended visit with Gainesville, and u, ,
J The people were disappointed Sun- Mrs. F. H. Simmons, of Tampa, wasa and Mrs. Leslie Ward, of Worth- company.We know that the county !I,I:Mr.: and Mrs. J. F. Brooks. Mr. Brooks dental work ,done.while there.w.' '
; day as Rev. G. C. Larramore failed visitor here at the home of her ington, passed through our burg Sun- are glad to is son of Mrs. A. A. Brooks. Mr. C. F..
to a Rivers
to fill his appointment at the Vanderbilt Providence. dads have learned which paper give I and A
enroute to
father last Saturday. day
I returned
Mrs. A. D. Hill Saturdayfrom Sara, visited
j Baptist church. Judge and Mrs. Geo. L. Bell, of Ala- I It is reported that Capt. A. 0. Wertsis the tax sale and all other legal print- I Jacksonville, where she had been Hampton relatives and .
f Mr. L. L..Norman merchant of Mr. Werts has been ing to, and the Telegraph will publish Sunday and ;
a lanta, Ga., are guests at the home of seriously ill. for week at the bedside of her daughter Rev. W. n. :':<
Starke, visited his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Randall in East in failing health for several months, them for this year. a St. Luke's hospital. Coleman fifeg'lar
f. Mrs. J. S. Norman Sunday, and visited Lawtey. The judge and Mrs. Bell are but had improved to the extent that Mr. Buddie Browning, of Raiford, Messrs.at L. Morgan, N. G. Hall and church:appointment. at the
i i f at Vanderbilt school Monday.Mr. the parents of Mrs. Randall. his many friends were hopeful of his who sold his place there some time Lewis motored to Orange with a good audientepf4
!. I 1 Dan Johnson and Misses Attie be has purchased the fine 30-acre H. L. interesting sermons
Messrs. R. B. Jackson and J. S. An- recovery. We hope he will soon ago :, '
visited rela- .f
and '
!, i Reeves, Dora Johnson and Anine Maud drews were visitors to Starke the' first able to be out again.W. farm of Mr. J. M. Muse here. We give Heights last Sunday"* Miss Birdie Farrar Omer'

Hendricks, of :Raiford, attended the part of the week. W. Douglass, of near Lake But- Mr. Browning a hearty welcome.Mrs. I tives. ture at the Christian Churek"
'i sing at Emanuel Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sheriff W. J. Epperson was a busi- ler, visited II. S. Miller Tuesday. B. F. Crawford, of Miami, is Mr. J. J. Morgan spent last week in nesday nigh4t; Feb. 14th. : .,1
Eury Gunter, of Raiford, was ness visitor to Lawtey Monday after- Carrie Belle Brown visited relativesat visiting relatives and friends here this Lake Butler with his daughter, Mrs. cordially invited to come out Sfc

;. a visitor to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. noon. Wateroak Wednesday. .,week. with Miles rheumatism.Mr. Crews, who. has been quite low what the good woman has tc Ia)....
J. N. Gunter, the latter part of last Rev. W. L. Overstreet, pastor of the

: week.'f' Lawtey Baptist church, and family, WOODLAWN.Delayed LONG BRIDGE. Henry Surrency and daughter,J HAMPTON..
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, spent Monday
Mrs. L Wilkerson was a visitor to who have been residing near Raiford,
Glen St. Marys last week, returning moved to Lawtey last week and are and Tuesday with relatives in La- 'f-4'
: Friday night. pleasantly located in the W. M. Red-' ( From Last Week.) (Delayed From Last Week.) crosse. la it hot enough for you? (
There will be services at Emanuel ding cottage near the Methodist Mr. J. S. Norman was transacting Mr. Percy Kelley, of near Brooker, :Mr. T. B. Pinholster, member the 0. Haynes was transacting basi;

L Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday church.. busines sin Lawtey Monday.Miss was a guest at the home of Mr. and board of public instruction, attended in Jacksonville Tuesday. '|2?,
night. Everybody invited to attend Messrs. W. E. Torode, Enoch Grif- Carrie Mathis is visiting rela- Mrs. J. E. Adkins Sunday afternoon.Mr. the board meeting in Starke Monday. G. W. Hinson was called to J
these services. fis and A. M. Blanchard were business tives and friends at Glen St. Marys and Mrs. Jim Mott, of Worth- Miss Julia Anderson closed her I ville Tuesday to attend the fnamt j
# Misses, Mattie Norman, Allie Har- visitors to Starke Tuesday. week. ington, were the guests of Mrs. :Mott's school at Guilford last week and is I his brother, who was murdend Ie.
l'. nage and Pearl Sapp spent Sunday at The revival services at the Lawtey Mr. 0. J. Phillips visited relativesand parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp Sun- now visiting her grandmother, who day night. .
the home of MissGeneva Sapp. I Baptist-church, which began the first friends at Theressa Saturday and lives near here. Adjt. L. A. Odum -
f Mr. and Mrs. J. H.: Wainwright were of last week, are still being continued. Sunday. day.Mrs.. Roan Turner returned home on Mr. Roy Kalch, of Hampton, visited Allen left for Jacksonville
r. visitors to Mrs. Wainwright's parents, I Large and interested congregationsare Mrs. 0. L. Thomas and children, of I Sunday, after spending several days in friends in Brooker last Sunday after- confer with the Associated a.rl:!.
l Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp Sunday after- in attendance at each meeting and Lawtey, visited friends here Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville.Mrs. noon. regarding the Hall of Hope'abt
'f several new members have been add J. M. Muse was transacting bus- I. L. Merritt came home last Among those who had business in for ex-convicts, which is irel le
r noon.Messrs.. Ellery and G. L. Sapp and ed to the church. iness in Raiford Wednesday.A week, after spending two weeks with the county site Monday were: Messrs.G. way near Hampton. A local burjrf

Misses Eva Williams, Lavonia Green, The death of Mr. J. H. Davis occurred large party of young people gath- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wes- B. Colson, L. A. Brown, H. P. Gain- directors has been organized uj fa
1 Susie Sapp and Bertha Harnage were at the home of his son, Mr. R. ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. ter, in Jacksonville. ey, D. W. and A. A. Hazen, Luther institution is now on a wen erg
\ to Sunday school Sunday af-1 1"lsltors K. Davis, last Thursday morning, from Greens Saturday night.to enjoy a play Messrs. M. H. Moody and Obey Sowell and A. B. Surrency. business basis! '?
;, ternoon. heart trouble. and pound supper. After playing dif Moody were business visitors to Lake Mr J. M. Shaw returned Tuesday We regret to chronicle two 4s&!
Don't forget the sing at Emanuel The deceased was born in Georgia ferent games until a late hour, they Butler Saturday. from points in South Georgia wherehe during the past week. On ftikjJA

f every first and third Sunday after- 2 years ago, but has spent a good partof were invited into thf dining room Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sapp, of near had been looking after business in- 2nd, the infant son of Mr. 41 .
noons. Everybody invited to come and his life in Nassau county. He was a where a bountiful supper was spread. Worthington, were the guests of Mrs. terests. Geo. Saxon passed away, and mhij
-J-, hear. some good singing. Confederate soldier in the civil war Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of.the Sapp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mr. H. P. Gainey and family attend- to rest in the Methodist censeterj fej.
Mrs. Mary Cone and little son, Elton and was in the battle of Olustee. Wateroak section, visited here Sunday.A Crews Sunday.We od the funeral of the little son of Mr. urday afternoon. _:,

f' of Starke, were visiting Mrs. The funeral service was held at the large party of young people gath- regret to learn of Mrs. J. 'D. and Mrs. E. S. Gainey Wednesday.Mr. Tuesday morning at'l o'clock I.,
Cone's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. LL.. Methodist church last Saturday morn- ered at the home of Mr. 0. E. Rhoden Henderson's serious illness and hope H. R. Brown was transacting the little son of Mr. and MaVicta

g Sapp, Saturday and Sunday. !! ing at 9 o'clock, the pastor, Rev. T. B. Tuesday night to enjoy a sing. her a speedy recovery. business in Gainesville Wednesday. Allen, Also passed away, after tin!
Levy Norman visited the sing at Lawrence, conducting the ceremonies. Elder and Mrs. D. L. Phillips attended Mr. R. F. Merritt was a business visitor Dr. and Mrs. L. L. amb visited their illness, and pas laid away in tin Esgj
.f1. Emanuel Sunday afternoon. I The burial was at the Dyal cemetery preaching at Rising Sunday.Mr. to Lake Butler Saturday. friend in LaCrosse last Tuesday.Mr. Fe pond cepietery Tuesday aft
f Mrs. Sarah Alvarez and children ,I near Raiford. and Mrs. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, Mrs. R. F. Merritt was called to the I. W. Pinholster, Sr., of Clay Little J. \\ was born Decembers.
are spending a few days at Mrs. Al: Besides a host of friends he leavesa visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. bedside of her daughter, Mrs. M. M. county, is expected to arrive this weekto ,1915, and vas a bright, HeaKhy ,
;t' varez's sister's Mrs; R. C. Cone, at wife, five sons and four daughtersto Adolph Addison, of Jacksonville Drakejn Raiford, last Monday, who make this county his future home. 'until attached with cholera faaafei.

Starke. mourn his death, R. K. and N. D. visited friends here Saturday and Sunday was very ill, but at this writing she is He was formerly a resident of this less than a- week before hit mftisdj
Mr. F. M. Norman and son, Levy, Davis of Duncan Davis of --
Lawtey the death.
. ; improving.Mr. county, but for past ten years has | _
lw were visitors to Starke Saturday. Palmetto; Leonard Davis, of Miami; I Miss Carrie Mathis, who has been E. C. Williams is confined to his lived in Clay county. He has purchased The bereft parents of both the
Sam Davis, of Baldwin; Mrs. Emma visiting at Glen St. Marys' returned bed with measles. We hope to see him the Scott Andrews farm three miles ones have we sympathy of the esfcicommunityj

itI LAWTEY. Kinard,. of Bryceville; Mrs. Etta tho- I I home Monday.Mr. out again soon. north of Brooker and will live there. ,
mas, of St. George, Ga.; and Mrs. Ar- and Mrs. H. S. Norman visited Messrs. Curtis Melvin and Crosby, Mr. Scott Andrews has opened a Mrs. A. A. Durden and chMre tad

thur Hunt, of Bryceville. i.relatives and friends at Waller Sat- 6f Brooker, were the guests at the hardware and furniture store in the Mrs. Mary5 Geiger are visiting rer.
and .
t Mr. J. C. Cone spent Jast week onr urday Sunday.Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. John Clemons Morgan storehouse. One more placeof tires in Ta.iina this week. -

- :" a hunting trip in Taylor county.Mr. MILLER.We business. J. in S. Norman was transacting last Sunday. business for Brooker. Evangelist"W. F. LaRowe dosTi

l A. C. Lewis, of Portsmouth, Va., Lawtey Tuesday. I Miss Anna Belle Clemons spent a series of evangelistic services'lifeChristian ,
real estate for the Seaboard Air. Messrs. A. A. Stokes, C. S. Addison, few days last week in Wateroak visiting
r I man LAKE BUTLER. Church Thursday tmn,
to the death of of
I are pained report Lawtey, were visitors out here Sunday i
'. Line, was transacting business in this the infant of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crawford afternoon. friends and relatives.Mr. which have been well attended ad ajoyed -
>< place last Friday. I .Horace Tison, of the State Farm : lie organized a Chriatiu &.
occurred last Don't fail
on Monday to attend the
Rev. J. M. Johnson, of Gainesville, night. school at the Baptist church here Sunday visited his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Jas- Well, the recent blizzard has given deavor Society among the yocsf ps- .
!' was a visitor to Lawtey last Sunday. The child had of measles and on per Tison, Sunday. 'I things a different appearance. The pie, and Mrs. LaRowe gave the d ian
a case Sunday, 11th
Mrs. L. J. Horne, of Blountstown, from that it into of February as we are go- Last Sunday night at 6:50 a'clock damage to fruit and vegetables has excellent practice. They will to>>-
developed ing to have
I a case that
is a visitor at the home of Mr. and pneumonia. Interment made at a program on I I the Death Angel came and carried I been enormous. But it is no use in duct services at Raiford Sunday F:\

;.. Mrs. H. C. Sapp, near Lawtey. the Midway cemetery Wednesday was afternoon date.We wish to state that with 1 Mrs. Winnie -Delora- HpncJprnn tn her getting discouraged, for we will have 11th, at 5:30: P. M.
:.-. a The work. of paving North Walnut the Heilbronn we agree I home above. She was a patient sufferer Florida weather again, and can soon Rev. H. E. Ridenour will fin ba ieg.
r : street, which came to a stop on account I Mr. and Mrs. Crawford have two county convict captain correspondent on the having been sick for 22 days have everything green again. We have ular appointment at the Baptist dad

s' of the cold wave, was resumed other children both sick with pneu would like for same of the question as.dads we with measles and other fatal diseases. hundreds of things to be thankful for. Saturday! at 11 a. m, and SundtyitU

Monday afternoon.: Work on paving monia. The entire community extends to give us their reasons for county turning of She bore her burdens well and was a Just think of the poor people in the a. m., and !>:30 p. m. A cordial fei-
Call street from Walnut west will loving wife and affectionate mother. North East and West
what they are tation to all
sympathy to the bereaved ones. one man at a smaller price ;
? and put
probably be begun Saturday.Mrs. Her deliverance came her 38th suffering! This cold Sunday n.tf8l.ed
The recent cold spell was the coldest on another at much on snap will make The school were w -
S. B. Hardee, of Trenton, was a salary, birthday, Jan. 29th. people realize how important it is to the eolift
since the freat freeze that put an end and also more for their board than the last Sunday despite
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Adams to the orange industry in this part of,. other one, and we are sure that the Besides her husband, she leaves 9 make plenty of corn, potatoes, syrup result of organized effort to build 9
last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Har- the state. first man could have furnished children and one grand-child to mourn and meat and lard at home. It is time the attendance was plainly seesL. ..?

.i dee was formerly Miss Susie Herlong It seems that the orange trees in bond as did Mr. Dowling. Will as some good her death. The body was laid to rest for people to get wise and get busy. H. Bejlenbaugh was in confess
?' and was the principal of the Lawtey this of the dads in the McKinney cemetery. Rev. W. We have too many idlers and loafers with the board during ill."
community are all killed.J. county give us their rea- school
school a few She is sis- L. Overstreet .
years ago. a for of Raiford, officiated. in Bradford. It is high time to makea sion ,, :
ter of Mrs. Adams. S. Brown, of Miller, and J. S. sons doing this rash act, when A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. halt and I I A'onday.The
J. things. under the V
Howard of Dukes the county is in debt as bad as it is? high school,
Miss Marie Browne, of Island Grove, made a business E. Adkins January 31st. We 'k
appreciate the fact that the A. Gtta,
Mrs. D. W. Black of Prof. R.
visited her hus- management
spent last Saturday and Sunday herewith trip to Jacksonville Saturday, return- We regret to learn of the serious Woman's Club "
band who are doing a great work _
underwent making ex.Jellent
her sister ing Sunday.J. an operation for progress.
Miss Reba
Brown, who i illness of Mr. John Renfroe. in Lake
cancer in St. Catherine's We hope and should receive C..1. YcWblood, of Theressa w
{ is one of the faculty of the Lawtey I J. Bielling, of Providence, was in Jacksonville hospital in for him a speedy recovery. encouargement. We would advise the hereWedaesd1..
some time ago, Mondayand a [ : j jJlrs.
;, high school. our midst Saturday afternoon on busi- trimming and Mary II
Tuesday. whitewashing of the I Prevatt left Sund j ;
,. business Mr. E.in E.Jacksonville Burney was last transacting Wednesday ness.Mrs. Mr. J. S. Norman was transacting BROOKER.The trees in the park, and then turf it on Bryi cvlile.iwhere:! she will be the flj
E. B. Hiers, of Dukes, is visiting businesss in Lawtey Monday.Mr. a level and sow St. Augustine grass. of her daughter, Mrs. J. F.Jabaleat' .
her daughter, Mrs. H. S. Miller. 0. J. Phillips It would then be easy to keep open Mr. Watterson, our_
was transacting friends J.J.V.
Miss Irma Andrews, of New River, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Brooks, of Providence business in Starke Monday. Gainey of of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. beds of ferns, and geraniums. Citizens works mar;, has been the busiest
is spending few weeks at the home sympathize with
a visited relatives
in our burg Messrs. A. Green and son, R. H., them in the loss of expand your imagination and see in town freeze. A W
IO of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. their infant
Sunday. son, how
were attending to business affairs in who died early pretty the park would then look of jiij.es; busted during the freea .a
J. C. Cone. Miss I Tuesday. He had suf-
Ruby Parrish has entered the with comfortable *
Raiford *
Monday. seats and swings. eontsi {
fered terribly for several weeks repair hasf)been necessary
with a Say, where is
the Board of Trade? Iv. ','
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: I We have just shipped in our sixth carload of Horses and j!

a Mules for the present season. The stock reached our barn m!!

j I Starke Tuesday morning and are now ready for inspection j

't This lot consists mainly of Mules ranging m weight from" :j:

1000 to 1200 pounds and
they and!
are strictly high-class .
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