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 16, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02060
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1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Sis Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. B







The work of paving has gone on vigorously At the last meeting of the board of The I
during the week. Walnut streetis county commissioners Commissioner hog vaccination campaign announced -

BERNSTORFF AND finished, so is also a portion of Call AMERICANS AND MEXICANS R. J. Andrews stated that he desiredto PRESIDENT MENCAL ISSUES of Starke some is now time in full ago. cwing.by the and Bank
street between Walnut and The ev f4
Bay. have the
statement of
CARRIED INTO MEXICO published a CALL day a large number of hogs in the
SUITE SAILED WEDNESDAY paving is lower r
now progressing on board's resources, showing what the VOLUNTEERSe are being immuned from chol-

Call street.It / tax assessment for the year 1916 .I fra- Mr. W. H. Embry, manager of

NO UNTOWARD IN.CIDENT MARK- is time that property owners along BANDITS STEAL HORSES AND amounted to and how much of this sum WASHINGTON SUSPECTS GER- ;he Cincinnati branch of the Inter-
the streets already paved look after had been expended up* to January 1, State Company, and Mr. Herman Morris -
sidewalks. An ordinance requiring 1917. Mr. Andrews stated that he was most expert operators '
ING OF AMBASSADOR. them' to do this will probably be AMOUNT OF SUPPLIES.EL asking for this statement in order that O, wON IN ISLAND. m the employ of the company, arrived ;

passed, but civic pride should make the people of the county might know a tht few days ago and are in charge of
them do this before being required. In just what.funds the present board had .f; ------- work. They started to work Mon-

HOBOKEN, N. J., Peb. 14.-count places the,walks are Iftjver{ than the PASO, Feb. 13.-Armed Mexicans to; work with during the present HAVANA, Feb. 14.-President Men- day morning and by the time the Tele-

Johann H. von Berostorff, former German curb, and there they should be raised. crossed the border sixty miles to After some discussion of the year.matter ocal has issued a decree authorizing a graph several goes hundred to press will have treated
ambassador to the United States, Almost the southeast of Hachita, New Mexico, call for volunteers between the ages hogs in the vicinity of
everywhere they are broken : Mr. Andrews made a motion that I : Starke. The largest herds
,sailed for home aboard the Scan- today and took as prisoners three Mormons of 18 and 45 to serve for of' treated so
today and uneven, and there they should be such a statement be made and published a period far are those of 'L. A. Davis
dinavian-American liner Frederik VIII relaid. As the curb is a standard to and a number of Mexican ranch in the Bradford County Telegraph.The ninety days. It is rumored that fo'rmer Brownlee and H. I.. Stevenson, ,, J. M.

With him was the Countess von Bern- height, there is no difficulty to elevate hands and much' livestock, accordingto motion carried, and Clerk Weeks President-Ceneral Jose Miguel gating something more than one aggre hun _

storff and nearly 200 German diplomatic the sidewalks to grade.So a telegram from Hachita. has compiled the following statement Gomez has, landed at Camaguri and red head. These gentlemen all have ...

and consular officials. The de- far Messrs. N. T. Ritch, J. S. Late reports said that three Mor- Setting forth the information called that Lieutenant-Colonel Quinones, some fine hogs, Mr. Davis having a f::

pirture,which completes the severance Brown, D. E. Knight, J. M. Alvarez mons were killed at the "corner ranch" for by Mr. Andrews. In compiling the commander of the forces at Camguri, large number of pure train Duroc

of diplomatic relations between the and J. P. Tomlinson have neatly graded and that Andrew Peterson, another figures 5 cent was deducted from has revolted with all his troops. Com Jerseys. '

United States and Germany, was accomplished the earth between, the sidewalksand Mormon, was held prisoner. H. H. the total of per each fund to cover errors munication with Camguri has been severed In order to facilitate the work the

quietly and was marred by the street in front of their premises Stephneson, general manager of the and insolvencies included in the assess- and no train has arrived from Bank of Starke i is publishing in today's ;w

no untoward-incident. but Dr. Freeman has also raised Palomas.Land & Cattle Company said ment: there since yesterday. Morris ting for Messrs.
Embry and
Before the'steamer 'departed.at 4 and relaid his sidewalk and moved his he had received a report from his fore- General Fund Those interested should!for read next this week.

o'clock the former ambassador held a shade trees to conform with regula- man at Hachita, which said that three Amount levied _________12078.08 nouncement and hive their hogs an-
final conference with Minister Ritter, tions. Let us henceforth show more Americans and seven Mexicans were Amt. expended to Jan. 1 ___ 4,289.24 Asks Menocal to Resign. ned op the dates named, and have pen-help
captured and that one hundred and New York, Feb. 14.-Dr. Orestes S.
of Switzerland, who has assumed the civic pride than formerly. We now engaged to assist in handling them.
charge of German interests in this have nice streets bordered fine nine American horses and mules and Ferrara, speaker of the Cuban houseof While the Inter-State Vaccine
by Balance of levy ___________ 7,788.84 Company -
country. shade trees. Let us keep the streets fifteen hundred dollars worth of supplies Road and Bridge Fund representatives, made public tonighta is engaged exclusively in the -,.*

Count von Bernstorff, his wife and clean and their borders in tip-top were taken. His report made na Amount levied _____$12,062.09 cable send to President Menocal, calling manufacture and gale of'serum and vi- |4l
other members of his suite, received shkpe. reference to the loss of life. Amt. ------- upon him to resign in favor of Vice rus and have no interest in the sale of I i
t expended to Jan. 1____ 3,119.40 45
President else
several wagon loads of flowers and bon Mr. Harley, the city's engineer wl Verona, if he would "leavea anything their representativeswill

voyage gifts. The ambassador was so Mr. Gray, his assistant, will be gladto American-Owned Ranch Also Raided. Balance of levy _______1..r. 8,942.69 name children that because would not it be cursed by ments take if orders any of for our vaccinating readers wish instru-to

appreciative that he sent ashore a- instruct property owners as to the! Columbus, Feb. 13.-The Nogales Fine and Forfeiture Fund with your the was connected purchase. They get the instrumentsat
signed statement through Dudley Field proper: grade for their walks. ranch, on the Mexican side, south of Amount of levy ___________$ 6,541.96 and ear the loss your of brothers' bloodshed wholesale price and sell them in the
Malone, collector of the port of New Hachita, owned by Americans, was also Amt. expended to Jan. 1:_._ 2,112.91 your republic. same way. A considerable saving may

I. York, in which he said: JUDGE GARDINER LOSES BARN.. raided, according to word received be made by purchasing through them.

'I can not refrain from a last expression here. A corner of the ranch is locatedon Balance of levy _________ .4,429.05 U. S. Disturbed.

to the American people for Wednesday afternoon someone set American territory. After the raid Washington, Feb. .-The American John Toplin, a hard working and respected -
the'wealth of flowers and gifts sent fire to the woods surrounding Judge ten dead horses were found and a large SENATE TURNS DOWN THE INCREASE government is much disturbed colored man, living a short

I' to the countess and myself. It is hard Geo. A. Gardiner's place, on the Rai- amount of supplies and other propertywere IN POSTAGE. the revolutionary outbreak in Cuba over distance south of Starke, had the mis-

; to tell of the good will sent us both. ford road about two miles from Starke seized. The employes of the although ready to take steps fortune of losing a good( horse Wednesday -

No expression of gratitude would be Judge Gardiner was in his office at ranch were made prisoners,'according. WASHINGTON to protect interests there. No necessary He had lately bought the ani-
r adequate to speak an affectionate fare- the court house at the time and knew to the messages received here. Feb. 13-By a vote apparent mal, but it had been sik ever since
of 37 to the preparations have been made for
34 senate refused
. today to
well" nothing about the danger. The'fircrept e he got it, until it. fell d wn and diedon
inside the field and toward a barn suspend the rules and permit the attachment active intervention of any sort. Officials -
: There was many a German citizen CONVICTS ESCAPE a street in Starke. i
in stored to the office hope the Cubans can work out '
aboard the Frederik VIII who sailed which: was $200 worth of post appropriation a f
forage, and soon attacked the barn. bill of an amendment increasingthe satisfactory solution.
with tears in his The EPISCOPAL.CHJRCH.
I away eyes. am When his family became aware of the One of the Fugitives Surrenders to postage rates of newspapers and The announcement in Havana today .

. bassador himself, deeply affected, re- fire it had already made good headwayand Sheriff Epperson. magazines and decreasing the rate of that the United States has offered 5- I -- ,

mained'away from the rest of the par- the barn with its contents was drop letters one cent. This is expectedto 000 rifles, is taken to refer to negoti- Morning prayer and address, 11 a. .

I ty as much as he could in the excitement onsumed. The fire was, however, kept Sheriff W. J. Epperson received word end the fight on the provision this ations of a month ago. The transactions m., subject, "Be As God fs."
which precedes the sail- from the build
usually attacking adjoining '
e from the State Farm session, a commercial one and has no con- Evening prayer and address, 7 p. m.
ing of a great ocean liner. ings.ADJT.GENERAL. Wednesday nection with the present political sit Sunday school, 10 a. n;. ,
morning that two white prisoners had
There were other in the party who uation. r
r tried to do the same thing. Some went escaped. Mr. Epperson went out and i t
I- GERMANS LOSETRENCHES The surprise when officials received
immediately to their staterooms as : joined the posse trailing the convicts first of the \
reports outbreak
with bloodhounds, and about
noon one
had boarded the .,
; soon as they ship early place to speculations of what unre-
of the The
fugitives was recaptured.
:t. this morning and remained there I I' vealed influences may be behind the I
until sailing time. Others walked off GETS NO SALARY man hunt continued but Mr. Eppersonwent TO revolution.It .

the dock for a final stroll on Americansoil I for a home further, as search.he had no time to spare is believed in some diplomatic LARGEST NAVAL I

As the ship moved away from her UNTILAPRILIS1 About 6:30 p. m. Blacksmith Fred BRITISHFORCES quarters felt in the that island strong and foreign that Germany pressures ,
Chase was accosted by a man
dock into the channel young
1 and backed out because of the break with the United BILLINHISTORY
wearing stripes, torn, dirty anti hag-
i j. the New Jersey shores were dotted States, would be a most likely suspect.
gard. He the to Sheriff
, with persons who had been waiting -, inquired way -
nearby the better part of the day to Epperson and got the proper direc- LITTLE FIGHTING EXCEPT -
i t. COMPTROLLER WILL HOLD tions.; He found the sheriff, told him AMERICAN SCHOONER SUNK
Ie that his Beard
name was and that he
war-bound German liners WEEKS --
From the SALARY FOR SIX -----
iP lad escaped from the State Farm on *
lying close at hand signal pennants -- Torpedoed By Austrian Submarine- OF WARSHIPS
farewell. Wednesday morning. He had got GERMANS CLAIM SUCCESSES-
fluttered, spelling out their
waved from the enough of his outing, felt that he could -
I.Handkerchiefs were CAPTURE RUSSIANS
1,000 AND
decks of the ship and those on shoreI HE PAYS CHRISTIAN AT not hold out against his pursuers and 1 BILL, AS GOES TO SENATE CALLS
( had decided to give himself He AMOUNT OF SUPPLIES.
I saw the Count and Countess von HIS OWN 'RISK. WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.-The ac FOR AN EXPENDITURE OF
had known Mr. when he
Bernstorff emerge from a door with Epperson was cumulation of the violations or rights
is one of the foremen at the farm, knewhim OVER $368.000,000.WASHINGTON .
Prince Hatzfeld, formerly counsellorof LONDON, Feb. 14.-0n the French of Americans by Germany made it appear -
LI the embassy, and his wife. All four TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 14. Former to be kind-hearted man and front the British in the Ancre and oth today that the President would go -
therefore would himself theman
leaned far over the rail and waved at of Adjutant General J. B. Christian ; give up to er regions continued to make raids on before Congress without awaiting a .7
persons they knew standing on the has succeeded in holding up the salaryof he knew would treat him well German positions. Today's most serious disaster that would shock the Feb. 13.-The larg- -
it J. BZ. Vhristian Mr. Epperson recognized Beard as a est naval bill in the history of the t
dock. Adjutant General cessful operation was northeast of Ar country. There are no indications,
&t until April 1:- The Comptroller has received young man sent up from JacksonvilleFor ras, where King George's men enter- 'I however, that the president believed country passed the house today and _
letters from Foster warning stealing rubber. the time for such I was sent to the senate where a subcommittee t i
CIVIC CLUB MEETING. ed 250 yards of German defenses and ; a step had yet come.
r. While we frequently see in the pa has been appointed to hasten I
him that any payments made to Christian reached their third line. Many Germans Official reports of the sinking of the -
isU will be at the Camptroller's risk, pers accounts of ill-treatment of prisoners were killed and some prisonersand American schooner Lyman. Law, i in its consideration. The bill carries I
Wednesday afternoon, at her homeon because Foster will, at the proper time in penal institutions, it does one machine TheAncre : the Mediterranean, by an Austrian I more than $:S68Oi>O/JOO and provides

a Thompson street, Mrs. A. M. Darby make claim to the salary on the ground good to hear of humane officers. That a raid was gun southeast were captured.of Grand- submarine, added only slightly to the for the second installment of the great .

I- beautifully entertained the Civic I that; he was not properly removed nor Mr. Epperson belonged to the latter, court where tension.: While the act is believed illegal I three-year building program adopted i _
Club, this being the regular February'r Christian properly inducted into the class during his incumbency at th German a strong position was no lives were lost and apparently last year. It also includes the admin:1 j
captured. trenches the
business session social featurescombined. State Farm the incident related on
and > just istration emergency amendments au-
, office, and that Christian, under t Somme and northeast of Ypres also the vessel was warned. :
The local club had the pleausre of law, is not qualified to hold the o f- well attests. have been entered by the British. Preliminary reports coming to the thorizing the government to commandeer -
private shipyards and munitions JUl
fice. All the remainder of government show 'the piling up of
having with them three visitors from along the frontthere
the Lawtey Woman's Club, namely: The comptroller has advised Christian WILLIAMS STOCK COMPANY :AT have been artillery duels and American goods along the Atlantic seaboard plants in time of national\nAl. Eighteen t 1

Mrs. Howard D. Randall, president; that the constitution provides for SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. bomb dropping on both belligerent destined for export to European Democrats, headed by Majority
Miss Louiebelle Brown, secretary; and quarterly payments, which%holds the groups. ports. While no evil effects are Leader Kitchin, four republicans and

Mrs.,J. D. Randall, who is one of the salary up until April 1. The Williams Stock Company have felt now, the result of the ruthless I one Socialist voted against the bill. r

state officers. When there is no question about the been playing for the entire week at submarine campaign will be far reaching
.. "
The president, Mrs. J. R. Halligan, eligibility of an official, his salary maybe the High School auditorium, giving the Berlin, Feb. 14.-In the Roumanian u !in us aisiuruance' .L.L. 01# me industrial BUY FERTILIZERS EARLY.
occupied the chair and conducted an t drawn from the treasurer in small public an entire change of program theatre, near Mestecanesti, the Ger- life of the United States. It was

!. enthusiastic business session. Mrs. R. amounts from day to day, but becauseof each night. That they are successfulin mans have captured and held against stated today that it was entirely pos- -

A. Weeks gave an interesting' talk on this controversy, neither Foster nor pleasing their audiences is shown counter attacks several Russian posi- sible that no steps to furnish guns for Those who haw fertilizers to buy '

lag the subject town of and cleaning and beautify numberof Christian can draw any money until by the large crowds who attend nightly. tions and made twenty-three officers American ships would be taken un- can make no mistake in buying early. -
our proposed a .
plans for future work, all of which April 1, when the matter probably will These performances are being given and In addition more than the Germans 1,000 men prisoners.six less the president decides to go to There seems no probability that there

received the hearty endorsement of all 1 be finally settled. under the auspices of the School mine throwers three captured Congress. ,will be any changes in general business -
club members. Foster's action is believed to be for and Civic Club, part of the proceeds cannon, twelve The reports of Consul Treadway of or in the fertilizer business in
Mrs. J. S. Brown, as chairman of the purpose of holding up the matter going toward completing the paymentson guns. Petrograd admits the Rome, shows the schooner Lyman M. particular, which will make prices '

the club house committee, made an until he decides upon what .course he the piano presented to the High capture east of by:Jacobeni the Germans the""BukowinaRoumanian of"two heights= Law was illegally sunk, as her goods more favorable to the purchasers of

encouraging.report, which was followed will pursue. School by that_ Club. ? near were not considered contraband, and commercial fertilizers between now
by a discussion of the most suitable. Monday night a large crowd witnessed frontier, and a retirement the submarine violated the rule that and planting time next spring. The --
the Russians there of two-thirds of
location for their proposed club house. "The Light House Girl" and by it must show its flag before commit- activity in all linen cf business: makes
Although no vote was taken, the ma- each'succeeding night marks a steadily a ting a hostile act. It is thought prob- the problem of transportation the securing

jority seemed: to favor the former increasing number of people out to To the north in VolhynSa German at- able that relations will be severed of raw materials and conse-

school building,' on North Walnut Mrs. Clara L. Richard has Bold and see the next number given by this popular tacks southwest of Lutsk were repulsed with Austria. quently the delivery of fertilizers, an

street as the most centrally located transferred to Mrs. C. A. Knight, of: company. Thursday evening the by the Russians. Still farther north The question of armament was dis- increasingly difficult matter to guar-

Place for a combined club room, auditorium this city her entire stock of goods and play "Heart of the Blue Ridge" was in the Lake Drisviaty region the Ger posed of apparently by the official antee. -

and rest rooms for out of town merchandise; and her millinery, no- played to an appreciative audience mans penetrated German trenches, statement that no guns could be had Those who delax the securing of

shoppers and visitors. This building tions and dress goods establishment intermingled with some highly amusing but later were driven out. by American ship owners unless theywere their fertilizers, especially if the ma-

could be bought, remodeled and fitted heretofore owned and conducted by her comedy.For Entente attacks against heights recently furnished by the government.The jority wait to the last minute to buy, I t-

Jip for the purposes above outlined, ata under the na.e of C. L. Lane, on Call the two remaining nights of the taken from them by the Germans president expects to go before as is usually the case, are likely to J

very After reasonable figure other: minor- busi- street. Mrs. Knight will hereafter con- week (Friday and Saturday) the manager in the Cerna bend on the Mace- Congress again before committing the find the difficulty obtaining what t

ness, the transacting matter of club membershipWas duct such business in its'present: loca- promises still better performances donian front were, repulsed. government to a-policy of famishing they want greatly increased and possibly { I

taken up. Four new members were tion under the name of Knight's Mil- if such is possible, and that he arms. they may fail entirely to get all : ; k!

added to the roll The president appointed linery. While' Mrs. Richard retires will have crowded houses is a foregone J. S. ANDREWS NEW SHERIFF OF The retention of seventy-two pris- they want in time to meet their needs. b i,j

t an invitation committee as fol. from ownership in the business, conclusion. HOLMES COUNTY. oners, who were taken to Germany on Those who pay cash should be able t -

lows: Miss Amelia Ray, chairman; phe will any remain temporarily in Mrs. the Yarrowdale, wil Insult in a preemptory to pay early as well as late, and those

.Mrs.! G. C. Livingston, Mrs. A. V. Long Knight's employ in charge of the millinery assisted by Miss Alma Clark and Miss demand{ for their release. ina who buy on credit will probably be

Miss Emma Darby and Mrs. J. E. Wil- department of the business dur- Emma Darby, served a dainty salad TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 14.J.. S. An few days. able* to get get credit early with less

BOB- and will course. drews was today appointed sheriff o:f difficulty than at planting time. At I
The feature of the afternoori was'a ing the coming spring in season that,capacitythe The Civic Club will meet the second Holmes county to fill out the term at The governor called them up and told leant, there deems ,no good( reason why
short ) be pleased>> to serve Wednesday in March, at the home of
; enthusiastic talk by "MtI: Jm; :'
of her business. the former sheriff, who died this week. them he would not make the appointment the average buyer fertilizers should i
Randall of Lawtey. Mrs. Randall'tiebarming old customers Mrs. L. A. Davis. A most cordial invitation I
and her talk conyceriung is extended to all the ladies of There were a dozen applicants beforeGov.'raits until they got together and decided not make arrangements early for the
all of whom strongly some one man. It was then delivery of such fertilizers as he needs
the work of the Starke club, apnreciated. our town to join in this work for the I were upon I .
and state work in general, was much During the social" period hiss improvement. of Starke. endorsed by the governor's friends that Mr. Andrews was apopinted.... at the time he wishe* them delivered.f .

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M1 I -- -RECRUITING OFFICER COMING.A self mentally, j

f GERMANY WANTSTOPRESERVETHE NOW ABLE TO CITRUS GROVES Tele- navy recruiting officer from Jack- four For years many has years prevented the enlistmen ,0;">':
tramp printer called at sonville will visit the Postmaster of men from enlisting in the serJS
office Tuesday morning, and as Starke, on February 26, 1917, to talk under the new provisions 1

s WORK FOR FIRST SUFFER LOSS stood watching the paving of Call over the advantages offered in the U. possible to enlist, and after, % b now i, '
made the following remarks: who inter- one fit
he S. Navy to young men are on board a crulfjng; vessel,
that business in very much ested in the navy. The proposition of an honorably discharge without can E
settin' type by hand. Them nIg-- convincing a young man vho has never to himself, if he So elects pS* 1
x PEACE WITH U. S. TIME YEARS 8ORANGES 5 PER with the wheelbarrows are what the been away from home, that no such his conduct warrants same, iK*....

and that 'ere nigger opportunities are offered in civil lifeas rangemer.t i is made that those u '

the brick is the compositor-Only in the navy, is a very difficult one. good reasons desire: to return 1I'hOfor MiZ:
four lines at a time and uses It is therefore my reasons for giving civilian pursuits to J. ,
can leave
UNITED STATES FLATLY H. W. MILLER DIDN'T HAVE AND composing rule. He uses no leads the young men of this district an idea without cot.Thanking: the Berni*.

REFUSES TO CONSIDER USE OF RIGHT ARM FOR RECEIVE SEVERE solid like h-1.the That brick man togeth-with of what the navy has done for me. My you for any favors, I n-.
rowbar, pushing advice to any young man is, do not main,
YEARS-GAINS THIRTEEN justifies the lines., The inspector hesitate to take advantage of this excellent Yours respectfully
MUST MODIFY HER SUB CAMPAIGN BUREAU OF CROP the faulty brick is the proof- opportunity to improve your-, '

4 BEFORE U. S. WILL DO POUNDS ON TAN LAC. THERE WERE 2,000,000 Then comes that feller with I A.O.MUNDALE.U.S.K, ,
-- -- -
ANY DISCUSSING. OF ORANGES IN big tweezers and does the correct 1- --
and there's no boss to blow you
"I am 70 old and hadn't been
able to stike years a lick of work for over for hurtin' the type. That steam PERUNA in Your Home
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.-While fourteen years until I got to taking GAINESVILLE, Feb. 12.- is the planer. The curbing is

Germany has taken steps to open for |this Tanlac medicine," said Mr. H. W. reau of crop estimates of the chase. The impression comes A housewife must give the first aid in colds, coughs
the United States States department of above just as on a type form. > m
, discussion with a
:Miller as Jacobs Pharmacy recently. other ailments. promptness in applying the
h means of preserving peace, it is understood made a careful investigation of a type form is sometimes clean- remedy often
"Fourteen I had terrible serious illness. Her
years ago a saves a experience with
I that Berlin has not proposed ida, through its field agent, which I doubt that pavement will remedies 1 as led
spell of typhoid fever and since that
know that'PERUNA is
her to always reliable
,. that he has made that she
modification of her ruthless submarine : ports a be. should
a I hadn't been able to
j use my right into the citrus of into have it on hand for the immediate treatment of 1
1 war, and officials bere feel con arm to do any good. It felt weak and vestigation have often thought going coughs and ,
: fident they cannot enter into a discussion numb and I had no strength in it, butI since the recent cold weather, ', as it is so much like printin', colds, and that it is always to

j while vessels continue to be destroyed didn't get Tanlac for this trouble, as I larly as regards the fruit my luck is such that if I did :t, Mrs.George herThe: f
unlawfully. I had no idea I would ever be able to mained to be shipped. The field guy would invent a darned ma N 419 Water Su e ; FamilySafeguard
". The new move is understood to be use it again."I has visited personally a very to do the work, just like they *, asha"le,have Wis.usedFe, t
Germany's willingness able part of the producing typesetting machines to Y, rune in our family
predicated upon bought it for kidney trouble, r '
J consulted with authorities from oldtimers to death I ; for a Dumber of
of us so '
to discuss the safeguarding rheumatism guess
1. and pains in my back. xf years, Bud have
; American ships and American lives Well, it relieved me of these troubles county except from Brevard bother. ev found it a perfectly
( on the high seas. However, there is a alright, but, strange to say, it helpedmy the east coast. In addition, I ain't had no breakfast." R Iiabooonrldsth! system The experience
feeling in some quarters that it mere- arm, too. Yes, sir, it has actually hundreds of inquiries were you! Now tell me where I y of any traces of one
designed for in order to special list by mail, to which bite to eat of a cold and preWoman, given herewith, is
: ly is a delay made my arm so much better that I get a for a dime. vents serious
further American action until a full response. aiDtYPical o; thousands of let-
postpone can now do a lot of work-something Ihadn't !
From all data available, it using it ters that reach the
the starvation blockade against Perana
been able to do in all these STATES NOT TO CONFISCATE for catarrh which
'> England either succeeds or fails. There years. I don't know hoV to account that approximately 85 per cent PRIVATE PROPERTY. .I..suffered with a Company from grateful
I is no evidence that the President is for it, but that's what actually hap- oranges and 75 per cent of the but had not been very ser .f -"nny years, friends who have; found their
I'M-: contemplating any other course than pened and all my neighbors who have Feb. 13.-Formal Since I have taken Peruna i_, "-, :-_f....
vigorous preparation of the nation for known for fruit in the state [ giving assurances that the throat has discontinued and my head, and >care .. .!
: t me years will tell you the remaining were not eo stopped up in the morning., 1 am PJt ufamily -
I the eventuality he warned against in same thing. or less badly iced. It is ent has no intention of seizing pleased with the results and shall continue to cafety: in
his address Congress. The manner "Going back to my other trouble, I there were about 2,000,000 deposits or other property of uses until recommend I am entirely it seen rid of honesttnedicine.catarrh. danger without
in which the new German proposal was suffered a great deal from my back oranges and 740,000 grapefruit in the event of war, has What it does for her it is ready to do for you. PERUNA. '
t received left the impression issued by the state department, I
officially and
:-- joints, was so nervous all the state. I
>-, that there was little possibility of a time I couldn't sleep much. Some- In the northern tier of citrus the president's approval. Colds and CatarrhThe '

favorable response here, and i,is believed times I would get so nervous and ties, the loss of fruit was statement was prompted by the great weight of .
testimony that has
to be calculated to have an ef- of German subjects regard ; CilVUIUU* I'
strung-up that the least noise would total. In the next tier to the i
bank I lated in the 44 years that PERUNA has been :'
fect the pacifist and pro-German almost deposits and interned ships. n the
on make the
me jump out of bed before loss appears to be some what market proves it,beyond question, to be the ,
elements in this country, which may I could control myself. although 100 per cent is reliablefanny rem- .
edy ever ready to take preventing the serious effects
embarass officials. While informationis "My stomach was all oat of shape, badly frosted in many localities SCHOOL CLOSING. coughs, grip and derangements 1 pf the digestive organo.jf colds This,

lacking it is considered certain that too, and I couldn't eat to do any good. On the other hand, isolated are cordially invited to attend proof is published from time to' time and many Lmilids have
the German communication was for- Nothing seemed to taste right, and I port the fruit saved by firing. closing exercises at Saxton profited by it : I
? warded by the government to Switzer- go: so finally I world have vomiting of Pinellas, the northern part or tonight KoKa&CTTM cuduii rERUN it tablet (on fa you CM-tsietcci Carry ft 'YO
(Friday, Feb. 16th. A
) Witt ri sal bwlifRd KUMI i ] land. spell after tryinjr to tat.: To t Il'ou that part of Osceola southeast of .
the was- supper in conclusion. I The Peruna Company, Columbus, O.' ..
:. truth, I in a mighty bad fix Tohopekaliga and Merritt's
i i Germany Must Renew Pledges and Act and was just getting weaker and port the fruit loss as light. The o.
r. Upon Her Assurances. weaker all the time. I don't feel that is true of the East Coast .' .
WASHINGTON, Feb. 12-The Unit- way' now, and after taking only three considerable proportion of the .t---
.1't 7' ed States has flatly rejected Germany's bottles of this Tanlac I have gained 13 being and will be shipped, just ,
}'S offer to discuss the differences between pounds in weight, besides my stomach this proportion will be is ,
feels just like I had had a new one cal. N.T.RITCH.Pre.. W. T. WEEKS, Vicc-Pres. JL H. BITCH, Cuhier '
the two nations, while the '
..! marine campaign is in progress. put in, and I eat and sleep just like a Young groves suffered ,

;.1-* In a note to the Swiss minister, who all school gone boy., and The I am rheumatic feeling better pains and are many being killed to the bank.

i2 Saturday to presented Lansing Germany's, it was proposal said- stronger in every way. NOTICE.I Bradford Bank
11 Secretary
: "It has helped wife County
too. ;
my She is
i that the United States did not feel it f
could enter into any discussion until now on her second bottle, and it is doing I wish to announce to the

i Germany renews her pledges of May, her more good than anything she of the Western Union Telegraph
{ 4th, and acts upon her assurances. has tried in years. She was in almostas of this city the moving of Bradford Financial
bad a fix as I was and it has County's Stronghold.Report
z In view of the fact that the United cal office from the Johns r.
of ailments she has
had for
States has taken the most vigorous a Call street to that of the Hopson
course short of war to denounce the long time. Both of us think there is tre, on same street. 1-

I ruthless submarine campaign, officials and nothing I can too understand good to say why about everybody Tanlac I Sincerely.yours, (2)A of condition at the close of business December 31st ::-
regard the German proposals to negotiate is L. W. ADKINSON, ,
c while the campaign is in full talking about it. 1916 made
{ as to the State .
.. progress, as being insincere, and from Cason Tanlac in is Starke sold and guaranteed by CARD TO THE PUBLIC. Comptroller. ,
in Lake
; by
: the first, the move has been regarded
it as a piece of propaganda to place the Hampton Tomlinson-Maines the Drug Company; in RESOURCES LIABILITIES
United States in a false position of by Hampton Pharmacy; By order of the board of public Loans and Discounts
in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store in 159,062.60
Capital Stock
; struction
: belligerency.The all bills reaching the ; $ 25000.00 :
proposition of supplying guns Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com intendent's office later than noon Bradford County School Warrants 26,045.22 Surplus and Undivided ProfitsCashier's 13,738.31 I 1
for arming ships has been submitted pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand Saturday before the board meets Town of Starke Bonds 2,000.00
to President Wilson by the State and in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. following Monday, will be laid Outstanding j 73.90 j
4 Furniture
-Advertisement. and Fixtures
Navy Departments, the government's until the next regular meeting. 21,113.84 Deposits. : 257,003.85
? spokesmen of international problems, This, is done in order that the Other Real Estate Owned 5,861.50 .i

which recommend that the guns bet I LIST OF FLORIDA LAND OPEN TO I retary may -have time to divide Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured 103.98 :
provided. There ?ecedents for HOMESTEADERS.The bills and make up the budget
loaning guns under bond.It I I the board meets. Cash on Hand and in Banks 81,628.92 i
was reported today that President E R. POPPELL, TOTAL $ 295,816.06 TOTAL
Franklin of the International commissioner of agriculture, W. I 295,816.06

Mercantile Marine had made formal A. McRae, has prepared the following .1i

application to the navy department for statistics showing the list of vacant Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction of
to arm passenger ships. United States lands, state lands and land from the United States of
school lands in the different counties I 19,079,477 acres have been given business is offered by us. Absolute safety perfect convenience
I of the state. Bradford county has 919 aid to railroad, canal and i
TWO HOMICIDES REPORTED IN acres in public, state and school lands. companies, except 4,000,000 sold to prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.
ALACHUA COUNTY Florida is one of the public land Disston Drainage Company at
i-;' states, and there was at the last annual five cents an acre, and smaller lots Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our 1,

report 135,237 acres of United other concerns. The state, at last best attention all
f Constable W. W. DeHart and I. J. at times.Bradford .
;1 States land subject to homestead had title
4 Philman came to the city Sunday, entry port, to only 1,292,553
but it is
being rapidly taken up. This in forty-three counties. "
a! bringing to the county jail W. M.
; is found in forty-five of the The
acreage state has had patented to
colored charged with the
t1 fifty-two counties of the state,, as follows from the Federal government
of lona Reed morning. appr
1 killing Sunday
: imately 1,000,000 acres of school
t; Armstrong has been given a preliminary County Bank
I I County Acres Character of which it had on hand at last

,.k l hearing before Justice H. G. Alachua ____________ 2,508 low pine 207,584 acres in forty-three ,. .
Crews at Bell, over'hi Baker 674 low pine The Internal Improvement Fund
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to the grand jury without bail. Bay 415 low pine remaining a total of 5,279 Bradford
I --- ------------ acres, County's Financial
sq Armstrong is said to have beatent .Bradford _-__________ 919 low pine cated in the following counties: Stronghold.

the woman to death with the butt ofhis I Calhoun ..---------- 1,240 low pine Bay .................__ 229 : ;

gun. I Citrus -_--------____ 3,488 low pine Baker ----______________ 440 Starke Florida ;
a The other killing took place a few Clay ________________ 1,723 low pine Brevard ________________ 167 "
1 miles from Archer, near the home of Columbia ___________ 850 low pine Holmes --______________ 567 If 1
4 Geo. Gibbons. John Harrison, colored, DeSoto _____________ 8,917 low pine Jackson _______________ 53 { 1 t
,J shot and killed his wife Sunday morn- Escambia ___________ 815 low pine Jefferson _______________ 400 u- (
ing. The woman had a very bad rep- Gadsden _______-____ 703 low pine Lafayatte ________I____ 80 ?F-! f

i'; utation. About a year ago she cut Hamilton ___________ 1,065 low pine Madison -______________ 242 1 1
" her husband's throat, and the doctors Hernando___________ 1,065 low pine Marion -_______________ 235 .. l
1 said at that time that they never sawa Holmes _____________ 180 low pine Nassau ________________ 80 Insurance' '
a man's head so nearly severed from Jackson _________1.. 147 low pine Orange -_______________ 120 SMOKE .
r J his shoulders and survive. Jefferson ____________ 10 low pine ,Pasco ,----___-_________ 40 represent none but FIRST __ .
' Harrison sent word to the sheriffs Lafayette _-______-__ 7,620 low pine Seminole --_____________ 80 companies and will be

that he was coming in to give himselfup Lake _______________18,010 low pine St. Johns ______________ 3,7 on the alert to pro
I' which he did Monday morning, and Lee _________________12,045 low pineLeon Volusia ________________ 440 your interests. Guarantee A P HAVANA :1 "
is in the county jail, his preliminary I _______________ 120 low pine Wakulla --_____________ 840 treatment to all pa LL URE I
.,,' ; hearing being set for Tuesday afternoon Levy -----------.... 4,704 low pine.Liberty Walton ---------------- 161 A well written-policy by 1 1.:
,b at 2 o'clock before County Judge : _____________ 574 low pine I The seminary lands are found in I The j
in popular of
agent first- cigar the South. 1
") Hiers. It is presumed het will plead I[Madison _______-____ 596 low pine counties-Gadsden, 40 acres; a Made by.4 .

i. justifiable homicide.-Gainesville Sun Manatee ....__..__n 8,923 low pine ough, 323 acres. company in sometimes means STARKE CIGAR COMPANYA-
. Marion ...........___ 8,923 low pine Large tracts of the railroad and case of loss by fire. j t ;

BOY MAKING GOOD. Monroe *,.-____-____ 1,337 low pine er lands have passed into the hands C. RICHARD Starke
"' Nassau _____________ 1,723 low pine lumber, naval stores and land Geo. L Massey, Prop. . Starke, Fla. j j fi fiC.

t1J : .. Okaloosa ___________l 280 low pine ment companies and are now on t' fic
P; Anthony Boyd, son of the lat Sol. Orange _____________ 2,130 low pine market at various prices.- --------- '-'II
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,-" Boyd, of the Lake Butler section, has Osceola _______-____ 734 low pine Commercial. .- g,
a .. driven the delivery wagon for Hull's Pasco. ______________ 360 low pine ---r tt
i Department Store and wood yard for Polk ________________ 1,683 low pine CASKETS $.$$3.4r x -
several months. His job is not an easy I Putnam __________-__ 6,253 low pine How to Check That Cold. And a full line of Full Supply of ;tl
; one, but he has given satisfaction and St. Johns ___________ 1,797 low pine it is painful to breathe :
' attends to his duties no ,matter how St. Lucie ___________- 582 low pine fever sends chills up and down Supplies COFFINS AND CASKET J* R. Daviss A
if bad the weather is. He is*frequently Santa Rosa __________ 585 low pine back, you are in for a cold. A on, hand. The best ser % : t

j' trusted with large sums of money, Seminole ____________ 956 low pine dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey at the lowest prices. All Sizes and QualitiesAlways .' &: to:.
: and never fails to render strict account SSumter ____________ 40 low pine stop the sneezes and sniffles. The to Special Compaqdi ;
?T ) Anthony has not enjoyed many of the Suwannee __________ 540 low pine balsams loosens the phlegm and telegraph orders. on Hand ': '
;t advantages that come to other boys, Taylor _____________ 2,760 low pine the bronchial tubes, the honey er,
: being without a father, but he was Volusia _____________ 8,808 low pine and relieves the sore throat The Embalmer INSURAN cil; ;
i taught honesty and self-reliance, and .Wakulla _______-____ 360 low pine tiseptic qualities kill the germ PRICES REASONABLE bt
.,: :. these traits, combined with native intelligence ,Walton ________,____ 5,045 low pine the congested condition is 'DeWITT C. JONES s }:1
, 1. and courtesy, win the way I Washington ____-____ 1,790 low pine Croup, whooping cough and to G. C. Livingston & Co J. C. CONE

for him. He is a good boy and deserves i The state has had patented to it 20- bronchial affections quickly Starke, Fla. I Uwtey ,: Florida Slarke.u.v :-: .f1 0 ti j Ion
; well of fate. 371,830 acres of swamp and overflow At all druggists, 25c. ( ) } .

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GOOD ADVICE. 1 BILLS PAID BY COMMISSIONERS. I Overetreet Hdw &: Furniture Co., suppliesfor I
convicts _______ 12.S3 SCARCE ; ,

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. A little girl sends a the following: Pauper Allowance J.W.B.J. Dowling Epperson feeding deliver Jonvict convicts to etc gang__ 284.00 4.00 ; Pk. Bu. 3i

Please take the money, every little Mary Ward ________ 4.00 Refugee or 1000 iCt; ,1 __+$2.75 $10.00
_______._____ _
Total __
penny: and dime that you spend for Martha Gatlin 3.00 290.65 Red Valentine .j_____+ 2.75 10.00 k
Nancy Conner _______ _____ 4.90 Drainage Fund. "
chewing gum and candy, and send it to Viney Dyess -? Y.00 Beard Hdw Co., interest on bond ___ 14.00 Black Valentine ..(------J. 2.75 10.00

[ Live State'Ne all the orphans who have neither father Mrs Breeze __-_-______________ "..00 Fine and Forfeiture Find Stringless Green: Pod ;. 2.75 10.00 %

or mother, as they would be very Amanda Lee Crosby Thomas__________________. ___ 10.00 3.00 I. W.ct T.et Weeks--cost--_F. N._Andrews_____case___ 15.16 'Hodson Wax ________.... 3.00 12.00 *

glad to receive some money or clothes. Emeline Griffin ______ 3.00 S. B. Denmark feeding prisoners ___ 5.00 Selected Tom Watson melon seed, 75c
Told by Our Exchanges. i Send to the orphans at the Orphans Caroline Griffis _________ 3.00 W. J. Epperson do _________ 94.00 lb., 10 lb. lots 60c lb., Bloomfield's "77"bu. f ;
W. J. Epperson frt
Mrs. D. M. McKnight _____________ 3,00 on disinfectant 4.50
Home. G. J. Campbell ___________ 3.00 Johns Furniture Co. mattresses jail ___ 10.85W. prolific seed corn 75 pk., $2.50 bu.
--- aa.. aaa aa. ALLIE MAY GREEN. Banner !>:val __________ 6.00 J. Epperson cleaning jail ______ 8.00 'Extra early N. C. grown cotton seed
Sallie Starling ____________ 3.00 W. Epperson washing blankets ____ 1.50
GREEN COVE.-Ninety-nine head]potatoes are now being bought and Wade McKnight _________ 3.00 J. P. Tomlinson county physician ___ 4.17 $2.25 bu.; Extra early Sea Island cot
of steers, sold last week.by Williams 1 11 shipped by the carload. The prices paid + + + + + + + + ffff + fMff Lizzie Willis _____ %.00 Dr. E. T. Campbell visit to jail ___ 2.00 ton seed $21-0, bu.,N. C. peanuts $1.75bu.
+ LEGAL NOTICES 4 Rufus Jackson ________ 3.00 Hull Dept Store mattresses jail ___ 6.00J.
& Dennis to the Southern Cattle Feed for nearly all'these commodities have Mrs. N. D. Newman _________ 6.00 W. White &: Son lock for jail ______ 1.00A. .; Recleaned beggar weed seed 25c 4
ing Company, of Clay county, brought been higher this year than in former 4 + + + + ffffffffffff Martha Riggs 2.50 M. Darby jail supplies ____ 3.45 lb. Write for complete catalog.

of $7.75 100 pounds. The I Ia years which that the NOTICE OP ELECTION. Susan Kelley __________-____________- 10.00 W. J. Epperson guarding jail ___.____ 20.00 4
means producer Bloomfield Seed Co.
price per Starke, Fla., Feb. 6, 1917. Wm. Lang 3.00L. Mitchell Drug Store medicine jail __ 15.30W. Nursery ,
average weight was 623 pounds. The is in better shape than ever before, accounting By the power vested in them by the school 1.. Hagan ________________ 2.50 J. Epperson nurse for prisoner .... 6.00T. MONTICELLO. FLORIDA. i
cattle were raised on Florida ranges : for the large deposits in the laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction Rachel Stokes __________ 2.00 J. Dekte j p case Jas. Williams ____ 2.25
G. M. Richard const do ___._______ i
of Bradford county hereby order an election Josepb'Bl''ant __________ 2.00 6.15
and fattened on Florida-grown feed. five banks of the county. held in Rising Special Tax District No. Lizzie Hunter __ 3.00 W. H. Andrews wit do __I________ 1.40J.
16 on the 3rd day of March A. D. 1917. for W. J. Gisson 3.1,0 T. Andrews do _________________ 1.50 ED GARS EYES
the election of three trustees for two years Rachel Taylor __________________ 2.00
LIVE OAK.-A company is being QUINCY.-Henry Toots, one of the and to determine the amount of millage to be Elizabeth Hunter 2.00 Total ----------.--____-._____ 102.24 Optician Tested

organized in Suwannee county to mine oldest darkeys in this city and one of assessed. J. M. Brownlee J. L. .Underhill 'Jorence Holton _____ 3.00J. JACKSONVILLEFLABroken
H. H. Lewis, appointed as managers.E. C. Box 3.00
phosphate. The ccmpany will be call- the most unique characters of his race R. POPPELL. John Wright __?___________ MO CLERK'S REPORT. Lenses Duplicated I
ed the Suwannee Pulverized Phosphate here, was found dead in his front yard 2-9-4t- Secretary. Warren Hersey ___________ 3.00 Starke Fla., Feb. 1. 1917.
Report of the clerk of the Circuit Court In Same Day &s Rccicvcd *
Mrs 1; C. Crews and daughter _
Company, and have capital stock of I Sunday morning, apparently having Thomas Dyal ___-:..________ 6,00 4.00 and for Bradford County. Florida on accountof We Spc dilia 01\Mail Orders \ Pbstt&
$150,000. It is claimed that the out frozen to death. Henry was in the NOTICE UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION 8 OF FOR CHAPTER TAX DEED Martha Wilkinson ______?_ 3.00 Taxes assessed for the year. 1916.B. 140 W. rOWJYTH IT.J '

will easily reach 50,000 tons habit of imbibing large Affie Scott __ 2.00 M. DOWLING --
per OF
put quantities 4888. LAWS Tax Collector. --
Isaac Clerk __________ 2.00 :
year. lainer's tonic and from all appearances Hereby notice is given that J. E. Futch pur- Leonard Altman ______ 2.00 County Proper. WHAT 1SLAXFOS
he chaser of tax sale certificates numbered respectively Newman children ___________ Jan. 1. to' bal due County Proper
got too much Saturday night, 54 and 98, issued by the Tax Col- Mrs. Peter Parmenter 4.00 Fund _____________ 8860.95

FENSACOLA.-Rear Admiral J. M. fell at his door and was unable to getup lector for Bradford county, Florida 3rd, each of of Allen Edwards .__ 2.00 3.00 By amt collected ________,___________ 181.56
again to enter the house. The said certificates being dated the day Ervin Higginbotham ___________ 2.00 -
Helm, at the head of a commission on to his door key August. A. D. 1914. has filed the said certificates James ParrUh .____________-__ 2.00 Feb. 1, to bal due __________,____ g.679.39 ,
navy yards and naval stations, recently was found on the ground in my office and has made applicationfor law. Henry Mitchell .______?____..______ 2.00 Drainage.
beside him. Scratches and bruises on tax deed to issue in accordance with 'Catherine Hampton _.______________ 2.00 Jan. 1. to bal' due County Drainage .
] visited this city officially and expresses embrace the
his The said certificates respectively Fund ----____________________ 3.586.97
the opinion that the facilities face indicated that he had fallen following lands in Bradford county. Florida By amt collected _______________ LAX-FOS is an improved Cascaraa
by the wayside. assessed at the date of the issuance of such Total --_______?__?_____ 144.00
of this port are fine for a- large navy certificates in the names respectively herein- Central Fond. Feb. 1, to bal due ___-_______?...-3,586.9 ( tonlMiiutiis) pleasant t to t Uks
yard. '- after particularly set forth to-wit: S. L. Alvarez wood ___............. 6.30 County Road and Bridge. .
MIAMI.-In his suit against the Certificate No. 54 embraces the S% of SWV4! Starke Phone Co. phone __________ 6.45 Jan. 1, to bal due County Road and In LAX-FOS the <:1' Car {:improved i y ..
of NW% and SEtf of NWU and SWV4 of Bradford Co. Telegraph clerk's report_ 9.00 Bridge Fund --_---_- _10,224.18 the addition of certain: hsrmKss; chemicals -
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JACKSONVILLE. this city Sat- East Coast railway for alleged NE% and NE% of SE'4 of N'E'4 and Wb R. J. Andrews 2 days com and mileage. 12.40 By amt collected ----.____.... 209.49 which increase the efficiency c f the
damages for'failure to deliver the of SEVi of SE% and SWU of SE' and N Drew Co. blanks for sheriff _____.____ 4.38
then ,
urday an eighteen year old boy was crate materials of S4 of SW}; of SW%. See. 12, Tp. 6. S. B. The Falconer Co. financial sheets ___ 13.28 Feb. 1, to bal due __10014.69 Cascara, making it betteJ&: ordinary
in 1911 ------ --
bound over to await the action of the Thomas J. Peters 2::' E., 190 acres, assessed Unknown. Mitchell Drug Store pencils clerk office .85 Outstanding Indebtedness---Fund. Cascara' LAX-FOS is peasant to tdke .
the big Dade county tomato I Certificate No. 98 embraces the NE% of B. M. Dowling com as tax collector 56.68 Jan. 1. to hal due Outstanding Indebt- and does not gripe nor disturb stomach. ;,
U. S. grand jury because he had beat grower, was on Tuesday of last week ..SW%. Sec. 15. Tp. 6, S. R. 20 E., 40 acres J. C. Manning wood _____I 30.00 edness Fund i_ ______ ____ 6,252.89 Adapted to children as yell as adults.
the recruiting office out of a thirtyfivecent given verdict for assessed W. P. Summers. W. J. Epperson fixing jury box_____ 2.00 By amt collected..._._._________ 111.72 Just fry one bottle for constipation. SOc.
meal. He made' a damages amounting ; Unless said certificates shall be redeemed J. J. Blackwelder 2 da com &: mileage 18.40 -I I ,
-application to :! to $63,513.88. This is the second 'according to law tax deed will issue thereon R. Edwards repairs to eo bldg ______ 3.15 Feb. 1, to bal due .....____.______ 14117
the regular and after 'on the 26th day of February, A. D. 1917. W. T.
join army receiving time Weeks 1 mo clerk pd express County SchooL I
: one meal changed his mind. a jury has given Mr. Peters a I Witness my official signature and seal this postage etc --___________ 80.15: Jan. 1, to bal due County School Fund19085.10 .
verdict, the higher court returning the 25th day of January A. D. 1917. W. T. Weeks indexing 1433 transfers at By amt collected ?._________ 391.03
case for retrial. Another will W. T. WEEKS 15c -----________________ 214.95
it appeal Clerk Circuit Court. C. A. Knight supvr of reg ________ 10.40 Feb. 1, to bal due -------_---____18,694.07 mvsESPECIAILLY
MARIANNA. hardwood mill in. expected, be taken. This is declared By R. A. WEEKS S. T. Dowling 2 days com and mileage 12.40 County Poll .

this city has had to increase its capacity -; to be the largest verdict ever granted i, 1-26-51. (Seal) Deputy Clerk. A. S. Crews county atty _______ 4.17 Jan. 1. to bal due County Poll ..___. 1159.00
to meet the increasing by in the J. L. Underhill 2 days com and mileage 9.60 By amt collected __________ 42.00
patron- a jury state of Florida in ORDINANCE NO. 92. H. D. May do ____________ 11.20 ? -
age in Florida hickory timber for ve- : a case not involving a contract, and I THE J. C. McClendon janitor __________ 15.00 Feb. 1, to bal due ---__________ 1,117.00
hicles. The mill will run and one of the of I AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR Quigley Lumber Co. repairs to county Total Sab SchooL
day its
largest kind in the IMPOUNDING OF ALL. HORSES, ASSES bldgs >.____.______________ 84197 Jan. 1. to bal due Total Sub School_ 7363.94
night Several carloads of hickory are United States. MULES COWS GOATS SHEEP AND Starke Phone Co. phone for Feb. __ 5.15 By amt collected ________.________. 125.62
being turned into wagon material every -! SWINE RUNNING AT LARGE ON STREETSOR G. W. Hazen com as tress settlement 16.17 ADAPTED
OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE TOWNOF Sid J. Jones Co. copy holder and ribbons 12.50 Feb. 1, to bal due -____._______ 7,238.32 -
day. FT. LAUDERDALE.-Neither STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA J. R. Tison repairs to co bldgs _____ 29.13 Total Sub School Bonds fOR YOUR STATE"FRElT
highor AND PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF Wm. Mann Co. files ______________ 13.30 Jan. 1. to bal due _____________ 5,786.59
Iqw water nor wet or dry weather I' SUCH ANIMALS EXPENSES OF KEEPING City Light Plant lights ,etc ________ 12.02 By amt collected ___________ 58.67
. MONTBROOK.-Former State Sen- will interfere with the farm work of SAME HOW PROCEEDS OF SUCH SALES T. J. Appleyard blanks for clerk .___ 1.60( -
ator J. S. Blitch, of Montbrook, has A. H. SHALL BE APPLIED AND PRESCRIBING T. J. Appleyard do ______________ .75 Feb. 1, to bal due _______,__ 6,727.92 !
secretary of Drew Co., blanks for county judge office 6.82 Fine and Forfeiture Fund
been named as one of the tax commis- the: Cook county board of commissioners. FOR RELEASING IMPOUNDED ANIMALS.BE Drew Co., ledger _____________ 2.31 Jan. 1, to bal due Fine and Forfeiture
IT ORDAINED By the Town Council of Drew Co. book Fund __________
; sioners of Florida, succeeding John S. Mr. Yount record for clerks office 19.80 --- _____ 3989.67
: Edwards who has been owns a 25-acre farmon the Town of Starke Bradford County, State J. T. Lewis advertising ________. 3.00 By amt collected --_______ 83.80 -
appointed Cir- the North New River canal of Florida: Elliott Fisher Co.
about typewriter (book) .. 245.00
; cuit Judge to fill the vacancy caused one mile from this city this Section 1. It shall be the duty'of the Mar Ceo. A. Gardiner inquest B. Taylor ____ 6.33 Feb. 1, to bal due _________________-3905.87 OUR INSTRUCTIVE k.
way from shal or any policeman to take up and impound W. J. Epperson do _____________ 8.65 W. T. WEEKS .
; the resignation of
by Judge Whitney. the lock, and this week the Everglades all horses asses mules cows goats sheep and Geo. A. Gardiner insanity M. Newmans 7.00 (Seal) Clerk. CATALOGUE AND

; Senator. Blitch was a warm supporter Engineering Company installed for swine found running at large on the streetsor W. J. Epperson do __________-__- 6.95 By R. A. WEEKS,
;' of Gcvernor Catts in the other public places of said town and to impound Willie Griffis wit inquest B. Taylor .. Clerk. WEEKLYPRICE
recent elec- him 1.00 Deputy
a irrigation plant capable of and keep them safely impounded until B. S. Griffig do _______... ._ 1.00 e fi
; tion. handling two thousand gallons of Water all costs, charges and expenses shall have been Truby Griffis do ._______ 1.00 LIST .
: minute paid or until disposed of as hereinafter pro- J. Si, Alvarez juror.__________ 4.50
per or 2,880,000 gallons per vided. J. Q. Futch do _________________"_ I'M SPRING TERM REVIEW COURSE SEND FOR
day. Mr. Yount has his land all Section 2. It shall be the duty of the Marshal Banner Rosier
dyked do
NEW SMYRNA.-With the idea of 1.30
. and ditched and in case of high water upon putting any of said animals in the \ F. Muse do -.--............___.__ 1.00 April 2 June 1,1917write THEM TODAY. it
preserving at least some of the magni- pound to forthwith notify the owner or own E.. Muse juror ________ ] -
ficent shell mounds on the East Coastof will use his plant to lower the water ers thereof, if known, in writing of such impounding John Thompson---do- ._.....______-_ 1.00 1.20
level in the ditches, and in case'of dry giving a full description thereof and Wade McKnight duplicate scrip No 1878 for catalogue and full information.
Florida as points of historical interest that the same if not redeemed within twenty- lost _____ _______ ____ 1REEDCI .
weather ----- 3.00
which may be visited, studied use the plant for irriga- four hours by the payment of all costs charges ? JOHN B, STETSON UNIVERSITY ':-

and enjoyed by generations of the fu- tion. The total cost of the plant will and expense will be sold pursuance to the Total _____________.______ 966.31 ,
provisions of this ordinance. If the owner or
- ture, E. H. Sellards, state geologist, approximate $500. The plant has been owners are not known and they shall not have Road and Bridge Fund. DELAND, FLORIDA 9 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.,
put in operation. redeemed the same within the time limited by I
has become r.
interested and has writ-
this ordinance the Marshal shall forthwith ad- ,
ten John Y. Detwiler to learn the location vertise the same for sale by posting within '"-
ANOTHER BIG COMPANY the town at least three written or printed notices
of some of the best shell mounds OR-
of the time and place of said sale one t t
still left intact, who owns the mounds GANIZED AT GREEN COVE at the pound one at the Town Hall and one i
where located and at what at the County Court House for not less than
they are ,
.1 five consecutive days previous to the day of
price they can be purchased. Have Closed Deal for 50,000 Acres* in. sale. If not reclaimed he shall sell said ani-
mal or animals at public auction after the
Clay County. giving of the notice aforesaid at the pound in THE GRAND REMOVAL SALE :

MILTON.-For the first time in said town between the hours of eleven o'clocka. -
m. and two o'clock p. m.
nearly two years, or since shortly be- Section 3. All moneys received by the Marshal
fore'the arrest of the Roberts.brothers It is currentlyj-umored on the'streetthat either from the sale of such animals or
another big' land deal has been from the owner when the animals have been
in June of 1915, the doors of the
redeemed by the shall be paid to the
Santa Rosa county jail are wide open, consummated in Clay county by which Town Treasurer and owner the Marshal shall take his .. of the I.
fifty thousand of land has receipt for the The Town Treasurer -
,: there being no prisoners to be confined acres been same. I
after paying all the costs and inci-
) therein. Such a condition as that, transferred to a wealthy Ohio com- dent to the impounding and sale of such animals : =

.; in a county the size of Santa Rosa, pany. While we are not at liberty to shall hold the balance in trust for the .
speaks well for the law and order give any names of the purchasers it owner of the animal or animals, and if the
balance so held in trust is not claimed withinone Cash Store
\ the community, and is a condition of is pretty certain the deal has gone year from tb! date of sale it shall be Department

|. j which proud.the whole county may.justly feel stock through farm and for it Clay will mean county.another big paid Section into be as 4.the follows The general fees: fund charged of for the impoundingshall said Town. i!

.' The men who will officer the concern For each seizure of horse, ass, mule or cow

':. PALM BEACH.-The first solid car are landers prominent of Ohio business and the men land and was fi-! (I JSO cents.For Cents.each seizure of any other animal. 25 Is still going on and will be continued untill further notice ,

Of new potatoes to be shipped north bought after an exhaustive investiga- For each day's retention and feed of each
horse mule
ass or cow 50 cents.
this season was loaded by Lionel Shaw tion. For each day's retention and feed of any i
of Davie.' While numerous smaller This is another company independent other animal 25 cents. CLOTHING. MEN'S SHIRTS. j ;-

j' shipments have been made before from of those already organized in the notices For preparing 25 cents. advertisements and posting and Men's Blue Serge $1. and 1.50 Men's Dress Shilts. :
$10 $12
t k Southern Florida this season, this is county, and it will mean the bringingin The Marshal shall be allowed by the Town Sale __ J. .89
the above fees for each animal driven into Suits. Sale Price ---------- 10.98 trID
said to be the first solid car to be consigned of much additional capital. 75c ;-8hit1' :
- '
. said pound in addition to all other fees and $15 and $18 Men's Blue Serge .
to the northern market in 1917. These investments will bring Sale Price 1
Clay salarypaid such Marshal. Said sums to be .19
9.98 --------------- ,
Suits. Sale Price ______ Spec'al
This indicates that the territory county to the front as the greatest paid by the Town Council in the same manneras 73c Pongee Shirts. !
other bills are paid. $10 Men's Up-to-date Single Coats.
'r. around this city is taking the lead stock producing country in Florida, I Sale Price ._ .' .' .47
Section 5. The Town Marshal shall keep a Sale Price ____________ __ 3.98 ---------- i I.
.z: in placing early produce on the mar- and eventually it'will make Clay on of record in a book to be furnished by the Town, u 73c Work Shirts.Sale }
of all animals $4 and $ 5 Men's Coats
impounded by him under this
I' ket. the richest counties in the state. Sale Price ..49MEX'S '
.. ordinance giving the date of the impounding, ---------------J.
Price u________,_____ 2.79 .
"..., We.welcome these new investors and i stating the disposal made of the same and if CHILDREN 1
: Men's Belts.
50c ,
realize what it to sold to whom and the amount sold for the
.: FT. MYERS.-This city had a sen- means our county- date t>f sale the owner if known and a description Sale Price ________________ .23 -
Green Cove Times. of the animal or animals. Said bookto Priceson SHOES. ]
rational Mrs. >
cutting affray Sunday. 33c; and 50c Mens' Suspenders.
{ be kept as part of the public records of the
M. K. Ayrer started to horsewhip G. said town and subject to the inspection of the Sale Price ________________ .23 $2 and $2.30 Palm Beach Slip'....

W.- Robinson. She was accompanied YES, LIFT A CORN Town Section Council and the public at all times. lOc Men's White Handkerchiefs. Sale Price _______________\. 1.39
6. Any without
r liy her husband, and coon the men were OFF WITHOUT PAIN( from the Town Marshal person who shall release authority any Sale Price ________________ ..0333c : $4 and $5: Men's Low and Ittga

'l.engaged in battle royal. During the impounded animal in said Town or any per- ; and 50c Gents' Ties Quarter Sale Price -.-J. 2.89

.: : scuffle Robinson's knife and money son who or shall enclosurt break open of the fences town gates pound,fastenings or Sale Price ________u____-__ .19 $3 Men's Elk Skin Shoes. ,

} : rolled from his pocket. He grabbed Cincinnati Authority Tells HowTo shall aid or assist in or attempt such breaking Sale Price --------------}. 1.93
the knife, opened it with his teeth and ., shall, upon conviction be fined in a sum not MEX'S PAXTS. $2 and $%.50 Men's Work Sholl!. :
, exceeding One Hundred Dollars
Callus or be imprisoned -
commenced to carve Ayrer. As a re- Dry Up a Corn or not exceeding sixty days or by both $5 and $6 Men's Tailor Made Pants. Sale Price ---------------(j. 1.71

sult Ayrer's cheek was laid open, the So It Lifts Off With such the fine Mayor and of imprisonment said Town. in the discretionof Sale Price __u____________ 3.98 $2 Boys' Shoes. .
:;i knife reaching his and he also Section All Sale Price ;. 1.69
tongue, 7. ordinances or parts of ordi- $2.50 and $.00 Men's Pants. --------------- .

.. : had a cut of sixteen inches in his left Fingers.You ordinance nances in conflict with the provisions of this Sale Price ________________ 1.98 $1.50 Children's Shoes. j }

'r' side, the knife having penetrated the Section 8.are This hereby ordinance repealed.shall become effective $1.50 Men's Extra Good Pants. Sale Price ---------------{- .69

heart sack. Ayrer may recover. and women sixty days after its passage and approvaL __Sale Price .98 $1.50 Old Ladies Comforts. 1 ,
! corn-pestered men ----------------
l .. shoes Sale Price ______________t. 1.09 ;
'<( need suffer no longer. Wear the E. S. MATTHEWS II
before President of Town Council. BOYS' SUITS AND PANTS. $4& and $5 Ladies High Grade Shoes.
l' MIAMI.-The new stabilizing device that nearly you says Attest: U Sale Price J. 2.69
which here by Ralph this Cincinnati authority, because a C. A. FUTCH. --------------
I was brought $3.a o and $4 Boys' Pants.Sale $2 and $3 Ladies Shoes. j .
Bourgane aviator successfully few of freezone applied directly Town Clerk. 1.98
drops Price
! an was To the Mayor -- ------ ------- Sale .
Price _
: ; __ _________ U9
i. tried out at the Miami Beach avia- on a tender, aching corn or callus, I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance $2. and $3 Boys' Pants. $1.50 and $2 Ladies u Shoes. .?
tion camp when Mr. Bourgane and stops soreness at once and soon the was duly passed by the Town Councilon i Sale Price U9
the 6th day of February, A. D. 1917. S Sale Price .98
'.; Theodore S. Elder, of Atlantic City, corn or hardened callus loosens so it .. C. A. FUTCH. $1. Boys' nts--u---------- Special: Rubber-Soled-Tennis j.Slippers.

''j.Q1'. J, arose to a height of 10,000 feet. can be lifted out, root and all, with- (Copy) Town Clerk. Sale Price .59 6rocer
---------------- Sale
. I Approved by me this 7th day of February,, ,es Price --------------j. .45
; At that height in the air, Mr. Bour- out pain.A A. D. 1917. $4 and $5 Boys' Suits.

f Bane left the controls set and climbed small bottle of freezone dost very JOE HILL WILLIAMS. Sale Price ____________i___ 1.98 OVERALLS. '

ri' to the end of one wing while his pas- little at any drug store, but will. posi- 2-9-St Mayor, $2 and $3 Boys' Suits. $1.50 Union Made Overalls. \

*ti ger climbed to the end of the other tively take off every hard or SOft corn Sale Price ________________ 1.25 Sale Price ______________;. 1.09
. -. leaving the machine under its own or callus. This should be tried, as it NOTICE OF TAX ASSESSOR'S $1 Boys' Sweaters. 75c Boys' Overalls. | <.

C 1 control for fifteen minutes. Mr. Bour-. is inexpensive and it said not to irritate ROUNDS.I Sale Price ___________ __ .47 Sale Price ______________;. .29

; L Bane then brought the machine back surrounding skin. will.be at the following named

: to Miami Beach. If your druggist hasn't any freezonetell places on the dates stated herein, for

him to get a small bottle for you the purpose of assessing taxes and re

f QUINCY.-An interview with Mr. from his wholesale drug house. It is I quest every tax payer to meet me and The Gash Department Stove t

, i A. T. Hearin, of the Love & Hearin fine stuff and acts like a charm .every make return of his (or her) property

company, reveils the fact that this time. (63)) : as required by law, to-wit:

,i company has bought of Gadsden New River, Monday, Feb. 12. P. M.
growers You Need General Tonic Lake Butler Feb.
Wbeoevtr Saturday, 17. .
50,000 nuts about
pounds of ,
pecan Take Grove'sThe Brooker, Wednesday, Feb. 21. A. M
i 8,000 gallons of syrup, besides innumerable Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Graham, Thursday, Feb. 22. A. M
ie : 4
quantities of turkeys chickens, .
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Hampton, Thursday, Feb 22. P. M Sam Rosenberg Starke Eta
eggs, sweet potatoes, corn, etc. 2:>,000 General Tonic because it contains the Feb. 23.'
Lawtey, Friday,
of home-raised meat have been well known tonic properties QUINIMI ,
Raiford Saturday Feb. 24.
.. ,
K Bought and contracted for. During the and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
It fall the Blond and N. D. WAINWRIGHT,
this company shipped twenty carloads out Malaria, Enriches
Boflds the Whole System 'iO ants Tax Assessor.
i of sweet potatoes and corn, ands up r

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f WHY FLORIDA IS ADAPTED TO summer or fall and cultivated immed- PLANT CAMPHOR TREES. Make your lCtterheads :
Bradford County Telegraph room and the recording room'at
RAISING OF LIVESTOCK. iately. Give them a good applicatior your business ftJ\'e
of orange tree fertilizer, containingnot the court house 15 being removed ity, make them
stood the freezeso
p Published Weekly, and entered as see There are many reasons why Flor- less than 5 per cent ammonia with The well camphor that there trees are no signs of in'. in order to give more desk room. The -not commonplace.!Istinctive Use f

i end'class matter at the poet-office at ida is adapted to the successful grow- and the usual potash.per The cent life of in phosphoric all vegetation acid jury. On former occasions the Tele- county clerk's business is constantly and have them Dinted b rOQ ae-t

ing of livestock of all kinds, almost graph has advocated the planting of increasing. y 1
Starke Florida. operates the same as animal life. The graph."i
without limit. these trees for shade in preference to \ f:
the principal is its leaves of the tree perform the same i\f<'"
Among reasons
other shade trees, as they grow up -- -
E. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner office as that of the lungs of an animal k
S. ,
unlimited and unfailing supply of wa- and it requires the mineral propertiesof quick, look handsome with their bright ..,
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor ter, which is absolutely essential in the soil with the properties of the glossy foliage winter as well as sum- ,
every country to the successful pro- their roots far,
at when blended to mer, and do not spread }
duction of livestock of all kindS. Where atmosphere, together, But ,
to the injury of other vegetation.
SOLID AMERICA. water is not running from natural make a complete nourishment in both Get
not all that
these advantages are your strawberry I
the animal and vegetable kingdom,
there is in
sources, hardly locality
a :
the in favor of the camphor trees ;
trn the and the leaves of the trees serve speaks "
state that cannot be made to "
"More pangs and fears than wars or for all same purpose in the vegetable king- The camphor industry is gaining .J
water enough
L women have," have of late beset Pres- reasonable whether it be for dom that the lungs do in the animal ground in Florida and it will not be -
ident Wilson, but he can now make purposes tickets
kingdom hence the necessity of before the leaves will have .
his mind easy on account of the fate- stock raising or other purposes. An- ; preserving long a mar- ,
; .ful step he was compelled to take- other which is equally as important is and protecting the leaves of ket for the production of the valuablegum.

that of breaking diplomatic relations the short feeding and sheltering per- the: trees until they have performedtheir The berries already sell at good ;

with Germany. This step may lead to iod necessary in this state as compared office, and to cut off the tops of prices. ,

a declaration of war against the kai- with other states of the Union, it the trees, you cripple; the tree as much I "Vf

4 ser's country, but if it does, Mr., being necessary, and that in parts of I Las if you had cut the roots, and the Inactivity Causes Constipation.Lack tl.
Wilson will not be accused of having j tree is in condition to survive <
the state only, to feed not more than a poor of exercise in the winter is a .y
t precipitated it. Not Only Is congress r after these heavy freezes. By ferti-
three months and to shelter, possiblyall cause of constipation. You .1.
behind him to back him but the frequent '
up lizing and cultivating the will be
told, no than six weeks in the sap
have more feel heavy, dull and listless, your complexion -
i' entire nation. Capitalists pro- ,
pushed the stock of the tree and
entire up
!' mised money, manufacturers of ord- year.Another is sallow and pimply, and en-
will meet the diseased and checkits
nance offer to turn their plants over and as great an advantagein part ergy at low ebb. Clean up this condi-
whenever asked to this state is the adaptability of the bad effects and will form demarca-
r to the government tion at once with Dr. King's New Life Y
\ do so, manufacturers of munitions and soils of Florida to the production of tions between the frozen part and the
I, 4 y, military stores have mide similar of- all kinds if forage crops and j.t less live part, and it will then put out Pills, a mild laxative that relieves the

; fers and from every direction come assurances cost of production than elsewhers. Of sprouts and stop the progress of the 4 congested intestines without griping.A ,;

s ______n of- ,suDDort. in case of war. course the climate has much to Jo w.th frozen part. If the top is so bad that I dose before retiring will assure youa J
t. a Of such assurances the most gratifying this as well as the rainfall and the it must ultimately be cut off, these full and easy movement in the morn- -.yDon't

>r I are those of citizens of German Statesis soil, but because of these conditions sprouts should be left to grow and the ing. 25c at your druggist. (2)

: j; or Austrian birth. The and United will there is no section of the United old top will assist them in that growth

; now their country their former they rulers States that can surpass Florida as a until they are able to care for; them-
t for it
fight against
i livestock selves. If the tree and these
if called to do so. Those who are not producing country.Of grows
yet American citizens are hastening to the entire area of Florida there sprouts are growing, thin them out

to become such. Thus on Tuesday of last are only about 3,000,000 acres in 'cultivation one by one until the largest is from wait
week 9,000 Germans and, Austrians in and under farming control. eighteen inches to two feet long, and 1 .-

; New York alone toolrthe first step to- There are not less than 30,000,000acres i when it gets of sufficient size to take .

;.; ward becoming American citizens, and that can be used to a greater or the place of the original top then cut

: f on'being told that they were liable' to less extent for forage production or off the top just above this best sprout till the last
j I ,. be drafted for warfare against .thef grazing purposes for livestock. This and paint it over, staking it up if necessary CO R,. minute f

Central Allies, they answered that will show that Florida has within her and you will find that in twelve OLD
I they would cheerfully fight for the boundaries the months will have i
greatest grazing region you a better tree i -
United States. .
f that the United east of the Mississippi river, and than you had before this freeze, but if RUBBER COPPER '\..
Germany "deplores" practically an unlimited capacity to the bark is not split too much it will
misurderstand and break TIRES
States should BRASS
with her. The Entente allies do not produce forage crops to supply the bark over and heal up, and in twelve THE TELEGRAPH .: i
wish for this country to go to war, but livestock that could be grown upon it. months' time you can hardly tell where TUBES LEAD

.. to keep on making munitions for them. The number of livestock of all kind the affected part was and your tree is, ROPE SCRAP IRON -
Our president's invitation to the other in the state is about 2,000,000 in round but little the worse by having gone

( neutral countries to follow his example numbers, and, the value of these is through the freeze. I have seen a RAGS BONES Printing of every description '

oj in breaking with Germany, has noti $25,000,000. Instead of this small great many such' freezes as we have

received a hearty response. All of number there should be not less than I.just had, and we invariably have less Sf NO IT TO US WE OMIT MOflrTO

i those countries are weak and must 10,000,000 head of livestock growing in trouble with our trees than we at Write For PricefotfEHIH5IUMHmLCa promptly and at reasonable

consider what such a step might mean Florida, in which case the value, instead first anticipate, and in one year from (
future. The two northernmost *
for the
I", of being $25,000,000, should be this time will \ -
countries of have we hardly know that we
neutral Europe more
to fear from the Entente allies than $250,000,000 to $300,000,000. This may have had this freeze if we follow these 657 C.BAT JACIt3O MLLEM., rates : !

I from Germany. However, they all sound large, but it is entirely practical suggestions. :

agree in protesting against Germany's and reasonable and can be easily B. F. BLOUNT I ,
attained.If ----
high-handed and desperate submarine Fla. $
warfare.It the vast area of idle lands in the .

is hoped we will not have to enter South including Florida, were put to' lOOKS TO BE USED IN TEACHERS fLASSIFIEnADVERTISING : ;J

;! the war, but if we have to, every man, these purposes, there would be no necessity EXAMINATIONS.The if r
:I I woman and child will do their duty for for the big meat packers to go .
our country. Such a war would be a to,Argentina to produce or purchase following texts will be used as
:', I battle of brains, and when brains are their meat supplies for the American a basis for the questions in the Florida A.L.CREWSl t tI
tf needed America has them in plenty. people or for export. There is land Uniform Examinations for county cer- FOR SALE-Two good horses. Sam ;
tificates beginning June 5th and .Sep Rosenberg, Starke. 29tf. l
i I enough idle in the South, including our I Blacksmith and
state, to produce livestock to supplynot tember 4th, and for any other regular I Wheelwright
j je
BRADFORD IS UNSURPASSED. the county examinations that may be called
I' only people of the United FOR SALE-Four young Florida raiser -
r!. States but all of,the export trade that in 1917. : mules. Neal Bros., Route 1, '
America control Persons desiring copies of the list StaYke. 2163t. PLOW WORK A SPECIALTYAll ;
: When the State Farm for the convicts can and in all of this
Florida should have can secure them from the county su- -
..I was established in Bradford a}large and important
county, it was not for the sake of fav part. In fact, no other Southern perintendent: 'J., FOR SALE-One Ford truck in per- Work ,-
4 oring any of our politicians, for our state could excel Florida in this Orthography-Aliwell's Century fect condition. Cheap for cash. J. GuaranteedRAIFORD
senators and representatives have always respect under intelligent and persistent Speller, SSBD; price 18c. "K* ., 0. Turner, Starke. 2-16-3t.

.;t been a modest lot, but because direction. Reading-Any text. ? :>: FLORIDA .
'& the land, after a careful search all over The number "of cattle on hand (in Geography-Frye's Higher Geography WANTED-Good farm hand, part pf
the state, was found the most suit G, price 88 cents.
) the first of
1912 with
on. July, crop or wages; can use man
>;"i. able. The idea was to not only have a when our last report was made up, Arithmetic Mttne's Progressive, family. D. W. Moore, Theressa. .
place to keep the convicts, but a place. Book III A
I was 835,205. At the same time the price 41 cents. 9-16-lt. ;,
could their -
they produce
wn "
number of hogs in the state of all Grammar-H'dc's Two-Book Course iI'
subsistence. The of this ages
enterprise has shown great that success the I was 661,437. Sheep of all ages, 114-, in English, Book II, SBD, price 46 SEED PEANUTS. have the N. C. I'
J'udg- 501. cents.U Flat Vine Seed Peanuts. They are
ment of those who
,; The .S. History-Our Republic, SSBD new crop and sound. Write today* No Guess
Farm here was not at fault. aggregate acreage in grain Work I
price.65 cents. for prices. H. T. Hall, Lowell, Fla. It
Another enterprise has chosen Brads crops used for feed was 642,942 and 12-22-tf.
ford county as the scene of its activi the yield in bushels of grain and feed- Florida History-Brevard and Bennett's -

ties. The Volunteers of A erica, a stuffs, which included peanuts and potatoes A, price 54 cents. In Our Horse .
branch of the Salvation ArmyJn their used for stock feed, was 10,> Physiology-Ritchie's Human Phy-- FOR SALE-Good clean rice, 20 Ibs. Shoeing ;
endeavor to do something for releasedor 644,240 b> shels. The total acreage in siology, SSBD, price 60 cents. for $1 Will clean your rice and grind { I ,
paroled convicts, who found diffij'l forage crops of all kinds was 165,466. Theory. and Practice-Cole [o've's your feed on Fridays. Oneeighthtaken The hoe put on by guess it never satisfactory 1
r; cult and discouraging to t, nter- the The yield in tons of The Teacher and the School, SSBD, for toll. E. L. Ware at Peek's '
forage which of
world again, with the stigma of the price $1.25. mill. 1-5-tf. j YOUR HORSE STUMBLES, or HE CALIFS HIMSELF. .
included ,
: prison in evidence, decided that a home i course hayof all kinds, HE IS LAMED FOOT
Composition or THE IS
j'l such was 177,340 tons. The tonnage does Huntington's Ele- or MISSHAPEN j
for unfortunates where
not appear to be so large, but when it ments of Composition, SSBD, price 60 FOR SALE-Early speckle velvet
could earn their living while gathering cents. Correct horse shoeing calls for a thorough knowledge of the foot ayd'hote to heal U.
strength to encounter the world's battles it is considered that an average valueof beans, $3 per bushel. Mature early, I We have that knowledge.
:I t I would be the best. The Volunteers $20 per ton is a conservative figure Agriculture-Duggar's Agriculture very prolific, sure crop, splendid
1:*: 1 work all over the state and had as to value, it shows forage crops of for Southern Schools, SSBD, price 60 pasture for summer and fall. Orderat I When we sloe your horse his feet are comfortable and he's alutayn ready for unite Ii

abundant opportunities for choosingI' more than three and a half million dollars I cents. once, supply limited. Selected seed j Your custom is solicited with a guarantee to please.. Ii\
t. : the ideal spot for such a home .a in value. Yours truly Civil Government-James and San-
very corn $2.50 per bushel. 0. L. Mizell, .
J place where the soil was good, the W. A. McRAE, j ford's Our Government, SSBD, price J. F. COLLEY' J
I ;water pure and the air salubrious Commissioner of Agriculture. .I 50 cents. Dukes, Fla. 1-26-5t. j;

and.. _the...u.place.was chosen._ ., as was. the. Physical! Geography Maury-Sim- I ji Starke Florida "
'r ataie: farm, in tsraoiora county. A INJURED ORANGE TREES.' -
ond's, A, price $1.20.AlgebraMilne's Tell it to the Telegraph
tract of about 160 acres, two miles you
t: 1 west of Hampton, was bought, and the price. $1.00.Books High School, A, I everybody. Advertise. tell// I
work of clearing land and erecting For the benefit of those whose or-

; buildings is now going on. The placeis ange trees were injured by the.freeze, marked A may be purchased .
named "Hope Hall," and the founders we publish the following letter to the from the American Book Co., Atlanta, _
'r t of it have the best wishes of all Tampa Tribune Ga.; SSBD, from the Southern School .

good people in the state. Editor Tribune-Having had consid- 3ook{Depository, Atlanta, Ga.; G, from /r. "

The! above' instances hv that little! erable experience in growing citrus Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga.; also from .
by little..the virtues of Bradford coun- stock and in most book dealers in Florida. ;
! _. ty are being found out. The truck nursery cultivating young When The
' and citrus business in counties south orange gorves, I thought I might be been chosen thought from advisable the books have Man of Means
pardoned for list
of us were much damaged by the recent making some suggestions the State adopted by
i freeze, and those homeseekerswho through your columns to people with- sion. Uniform Text Book Commis- .

want something sure for the fu- out much experience. W. N. SHEATS, .,'
ture will prefer general farming, stock 1 would advise where the"trees are State Supt. Pub. Instruction. ,

; raising and dairying, and locate where split in the bark from the cold that If [the wealthiest
''E 'I those industries can be pursued. We linseed oil or varnish should be used STARKE EVIDENCE FOR STARKE man in town owed you some money and you

j are too far north for early truck with brush in went to collect it
grow- a filling up those crev- PEOPLE would he hand the
you would he write
ing, but general farming well managed ices, and that they then be bound money, or
will average up as well as truck- with strips of up you a check?
.--. ing, if not better, for there is no risk sacks would or crocus The Statements of Starke Residents
:: and loss and our fertilizer bills are do-and tied securely so Are surely More Reliable Than I
as to cut out all air and
sunshine. This
not so heavy. Those The
of Utter chances
3 The strawberry industry here is will preserve the exposed wood and Strangers are ten to one you would receive a cheque. Why?

( safe, and presents a chance for the keep it green and fresh to the surface, Home testimony is real proof. Because wealthiest people in the community their in"
man with little capital. It amounts to and will cause the tree to put on new Public statements of Starke the bank keep money
several hundred thousands of dollars I bark where the old one bursted. Do carry real weight people They know it's safe there, and they know 'that when they i

yearly, divided almost exclusively not cut the tops off of those What .
trees unless a friend or neighbor pay by cheque there is
never chance
says com- a to 'ff
among a number of small farmers, they are absolutely dead, as they I pels respect. dispute the account. .If it'sa ;:

of many ten of acres whom of land.make a good l living off vill serve a great purpose in assist- The word of one whose home is far good thing for the people who have plenty of money why wouldn't

ing the trees to recuperate. These tops, away invites your doubts.Here's it be a good thing to follow
There their
are vast areas of land in the ?
if example We be
they are not too badjy "burnt" will a Starke man's glad to open
county not yet occupied but it is onlya statement.
question of a short time when they grow out of it. If they are so badly And it's for Starke people's benefit.. an account with yOU, large ,Qr small. The size doesn't count. Small

will support large herds of cattle. The burnt as to necessitate the taking Such evidence is convincing. deposits are looked after- '".
raising of cattle, hogs and sheep is the hem off, they should be left there until That' the kind of proof that backs as carefully as larger ones. i

coming chief industry of the state and Doan's Kidney Pills.
E will be the most profitable branch of i
There Is more Catarrh In this section Hansford Austin, farmer
farming. Besides having the of the than ,
proper country all other diseases
II lands for the purpose, we have the ad- put together and for years it was sup- says: "I was having trouble from my THE BANK
vantages of several well distributed I posed scribed to local be remedies Incurable.and Doctors pre !back all the time and Doan's Kidney OF STARKE:
by constantly Pills
me. Others of
railways and nearness to marketThe faJlng to cure with local treatment. the family
home-seeker who chooses Brad- pronounced it incurable. Catarrh Is a have a15o'used this medicine with good
ford county. draws no blank. Good local disease greatly influenced by constitutional results. I am glad to endorse it." THE BANK OF HELPFUL
1 soil, good climate, something grcwing constitutional conditions and treatment.therefore Hall's requires Price 50c., at all dealers. Don't ..

I all the year around, good society and Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J simply ask for a kidney

'i good schools-what more can he wish Cheney &remedy: Co.. Toledo.Is Ohio taken is Internally a constitutional Doan's Kidney Pills-the remedy-Lget same that OF THE STATEJ OF FLORIDA, .;THE COUNTY OF ,.

for. and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous cured Mr. Austin. Foster-Milburn Co. BRADFORDAND
Surfaces of the System. Ope Hundred TOWN OF STARKE. ,
Dollars reward is offered Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (22) I*
for any case
Drives Oat AUlarU"BuIMs Up System that Hairs Catarrh Cure fails to cure. ''V.' !

The Old Standard general tnMtbealnf tonic Send F. J.for circulars and testimonials. PDa Cared In 0 to 14 Days \ AM.D.rby.ViceAe. E. S. Matthews, Pr... J. H. H.llfc.n, Ca'b !r..S-i
DROVE'S TASTELESSchUl TONIC drives out CHENEY &: CO.. Toledo. Ohio. OINTMENT tans refund money
Milarii.roriches the blood.and buildup the f y* Sold by Druggists. .c." to core any cue of Itching .
1-. A tne t, 'e. r3""'nltl a"xl* "Wfeii. JOc Uall'a Family Fills for constipation. The B1iDd.BI first iDCorProtrudiDC Piles in 6tol4 . : application gives Ease and Ketu 50c. -

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Sabrina McCall Joyner wa I
1tJrI.I born in Chesterfield] S. C., Feb. 11, The Health
+ 1840 and passed to her rest Jan. 12, Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts Resort
1917. She was united in marriage I to
Mr. Benj. H. Joyner June 30, 1854, Like Dynamite On .b Atw

lI Information j. i near Tallahassee and lived near Melrose Your Liver. -- I
where she was well and favorabl; i I I
known for years. There were born I to '

G-. .: "..... l.rM.u ... f them eight children, five of whom are Calomel loses you a day! You know 'j OF THE TOWN
,......6 III ... CMM T. r.... living: H. T. Joyner, of Grandin, Mrs what calomel is. It's mercury; quicksilver -
III T. J. Rogers, of Putnam Hall; Mrs. A. Calomel is dangerous. It

F. Torley, of Melrose] ; Mrs. B. L.- Blanchard crashes into sour bile like dynamite, ,
of Lfiwtey, and Mrs. G. T.
cramping and sickening you. Calomel The most popular health resort of town is '
of Melrose and host of friend any
B. J. Sapp, of New River, had business During the past two weeks J. M Torley attacks the bones and should never be
in Starke Tuesday._ Truby has shipped a carload of sweet who mourn her loss. The funeral services put into your system. the drug store..
were conducted by Rev. Rawls,
potatoes a'week to the north. This "
her pastor, who spoke feelingly of her: When you feel bilious, sluggish, constipated -
Blossoms] are already to be seen or week he is loading a car for Tampa. '
of the loss to the church and the community and all knocked out and believe When other means fail, you can call on your
strawberry plants
some the text Rev. 14:13. She has beer need dose of dangerous I
was you a
i Mrs. Laura Blizzard, of Athens, druggistAnd
.i a faithful worker in the Baptis calomel just remember that your drug-
Tenn. who has been her
CoL A. V. Long made a business ,
church since childhood. She rest!
brother Mr. J. W. White has to early gist sells for 50 cents a large bottleof
last ,
trip to Palatka Tuesday. gone he
from her labours and her good works always responds.
live Oak to visit relatives until the Dodaon's Liver Tone, which is entirely -

Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, was ii first of March, when she will returnto do follow her. vegetable and pleasant to take f .
town Tuesday. Tennessee. "We: loved you, mother, yes, we love and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It When you get a prescription from your doctor

you, is guaranteed to start your liver it x
Miss Carrie Darby is spending several Mrs. W. T. Cornelius, of Waycross, But Jesus loved you more; without stirring you up inside, and I bring to us.
weeks in Atlanta. Ga., is in Starke visiting relatives. And He has sweetly called you can not salivate.
Mrs. Cornelius is a niece of Messrs. To yonder shining shore." Don't take calomel! It makes you I It is safe here. .
W. E. and N. D. Wainwright, and is
Break cold or lagrippe with sick the it loses i
a day's
your next day; you a p
daughter of Mr. J. H. Pugh, formerly BAPTIST CHURCH.
few doses of 666. ] of Starke, but now of Waycross.W. work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens I We fill it exactly as it calls for, as your health
right and feel great.
you up you
Mr. E. K. Perryman spent Sunday N. Murdaugh, whose large cab Much sickness prevailed in our city Give it to the children because it is our main consideration.We .
but this there I '
with his sister, Mrs. L. A. Davis.. notwithstanding wen Ii.-
bage patch was badly injured by the fair audience both morning and evening it perfectly harmless and does not .i

freeze, still gathers many heads fromit : last Sunday at the Baptist.The gripe. ((10-4%) never substitute, and never use inferior
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Kite, of Baldwin daily and is hopeful that many of young people's society was wel')) I I
were in Starke Monday.Miss the smaller plants will yet "come out'He'is attended and the meeting was good. medicines. I .
now looking for more plants to One was received at the night service Sloan's Liniment for Stiff Joints. I *
Anita Wills went to Jacksonville set out. Rheumatic pains and aches get into I
Sunday. That's why have customers.
Monday to visit relatives.A we so many
There will be the usual services next the joints and muscles, making every
E. F. Chase lies ill at his home on Sunday to which the public is invited movement torture. Relieve your suf-
little daughter was born to Mr account of blood poisoning. The ail W. G. LAW, Pastor. fering with Sloan's Liniment; it pen- I :
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch Saturday, the ment is of a puzzling nature, and Mr. --..
1 c);h. inst. Chase believes it is derivated from a CHRISTIAN CHURCH. etrates quickly without rubbing, and
I bite from a bulldog sustained a couple soothes and warms your sore"muscles. Mitchell' Drug Store
Mrs. J. M. Tatum and three chil of years ago, and from which he then The congested blood is stimulated to ,
dren returned Tuesday-after a short suffered a long time. Evangelist W. F. LaRowe, a formei action; a single application will drive *

visit in St Augustine and Palatka.Mr. convict, will preach and lecture at the out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is )1
Engine No. 187, pulling the limited Christian church in Starke next Sun- Registered Graduate Druggist
clean, convenient and quickly effec-
lay at 11 a. m. and 7 m. His subjects -
and Mrs. F. A. Scott went tc between Tampa and Jacksonville, Engineer
Jacksonville last Friday to see "The C. J. Weeks at the throttle, is will be, "The Difference Between i' tive, it does not stain the skin or clog Starke
Birth of the Nation. the dandy among Seaboard engines. It Wisdom and Knowledge, and "Behinhe the .pores. Get a botle today at your II a.1
Gray Walls of the Prison. Mrs
is resplendent in burnished brass and
LaRowe will sing two solos, "Shadpws" druggist. 25c. ((2))
copper, carries deer's horns above the __ v
. Miss Eddie McManaman, of Jacksonville .
headlight and even ths! smokestack is and "Meet Mother in the Skies.
was the week-end guest of her ornamented. Everybody invited to attend. -
friends, the Misses Baisden.Mr. L

and Mrs. Leslie Turner, of Jack Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor "MOLLY'S SUMMER HEARSAL.The RESORT". RE-
alligator trees, 3 varieties, r -f fTHE'
sonville, were visiting relatives in the pear ; 1
city Wednesday. adapted to North Florida. Write J., ,
B. Beach, West Palm Beach, Fla. first rehearsal for "Molly's Summer Colds
RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves 2-9-15t. Resort," a playwith a acts of forty -
all local talent, wil
yo' lg
rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. Bruce L. Davis, formerly with the be held in the school auditorium Tuesday IU should be "nipped.la thehAl

division of the Sea afternoon at 3:30. I bud", for if allowed to ran
The Young Trading Company have superintendent The play bids fair to be one of the I unchecked, serious results
board railway, has accepted a position
shipped five carloads of cross-tie ol "
best to the
with the division agent of f ever presented people I follow. Numerous UNIVERSAL CAR
during the week. passenger the the fact that it is may i
city, and to contain -
the Atlantic Coast Line railway, I of
all local cast lends much to the cases consumption, pneumonia -
Mrs. J. Uglow returned Monday: offices in Tampa. interest. The play for the first few and other fatal diseases -

from a visit with her daughter, Mrs rehearsals will be in the hands of Rev I can be traced back to t
RA L. McDowell, of. Jacksonville. Messrs. J. M. Mitchell, Joe E. Wil M.I| M. Fryer, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez .anc. cold. At the first sign of'aI The reliability and practical usefulness of Ford
son, E. R. Poppell and 0. L. Hayneswere A instructor
Clifford Tatum. professional -
Dr. J. C. Wills went to Jacksonville bird hunting Tuesday and had will have charge during the I I cold, protect yourself by cars is best proved by the great number- daily use.

Wednesday to see his little grandson, good luck. last few weeks. thoroughly cleansing your
I Ford owners drive their cars the round. Ford service -
Willie Harris, who is seriously ill. The play is to be given for the benefit system with a few doses ofj year

Hon. Robert F. Rogers, postmasterof of St. Mark's Episcopal Sunday; for.Ford owners is as prompt, reliable and ur.iversal i
Col. D. E. Knight spent Wednesday; : Ocala, spent the week-end as guestat school; and will prove to be of better WORD'S
in Tallahassee, where he went on business the home of his niece, Mrs. Ella class than the usual amateur plays. as the car. No matter where you may go there you

before the Supreme Court. Johnson, of this city. Col. Robers All)) young people wishing to take part will find the Ford Agent fully equipped to give immediate -
has a large number of friends and ac should be at the school auditorium atthe i

Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., of Gainesville; quaintances in Starke, who are always above hour. BLACKDRAUGHT- se vice. Better buy yours today. Touring Car $360,
her mother glad to see him. "
Wednesday to see -
came up
Mrs. A. F. Brockmeyer. HIKED TO KINGSLEY LAKE. Runabout $345, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595,

Mrs. J. F. Rhoden gave the Telegraph Sedan $645--.all f. o. b. Detroit. We solicit your order. ;
strawberries ,
collect rents, man a quart of -
us your The Boy Scouts, accompanied bj; ICI
Prompt remittances. Bradford Coun his Sunday dinner. These berries were Scoutmaster Ted Halligan, went on a c
ty Abstract Co., Starke. 2-16-4t picked the day before the freeze and hike to Kingsley lake last Saturday; A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON .

had kept in good condition fog more afternoon and spent the night at the the old reliable, vegetable
and sister Miss than a week. The plants had not been Matthews The night Starke Florida
Mr. H. Freeman place. was somewhat liver powder. ,
Ella Freeman, were visitors tc mulched and the berries were sandy. frosty, but the scouts returned v i
Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o<
Mrs. Rhoden thinks this fact accountsfor
Jacksonville the early part of the i to town early Sunday morning tone
week. their keeping so well. the worse for their night in the open Madison Heights Va., says:
"I have been using Thed-

Mr. E. R. Poppell and family sped Mrs. Grace Ford and little granddaughter METHODIST CHURCH NOTES. ford's Black-Draught for
Sunday in Lake Butler with Mrs. Pop- Laura Ford, left last Thursday stomach troubles, indiges- .
for Miami where they will spend .
pell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tom- tion and colds, and find it to
several weeks with Mrs. Ford's son,, Rev. I. C. Jenkins, of Jacksonville
linson. who is spending the winter there. They presiding elder of this district, wil be the very best medicine I

were accompanied to Jacksonville by hold quarterly conference here next ever used. It makes u old I "
Miss Ollita Cross:who is the house weekend afternoon at three-fifteen, a\\
Mrs. John Uglow, who spent the Sunday :
feel like
man a one.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Long, with her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Mc the Methodist church. All members of: young .
spent several days last week in Gaines Dowell.D. the church and others interested are Insist oa Thedlord's, the
ville visiting Miss Ottie Gray. urged to be present at this business original and genuine. E-61
W. Moore, of Theressa, was in session.In .
The Camp Fire girls hiked to Cros town Wednesday. Mr. Moore, besides I. the evening at seven o'clock Mr I
by Lake Saturday afternoon and after his own big farm, will also cultivatethe Jenkins will occupy the pulpit. Th
cooking and eating anearly supper returned Sibley farm this year. He has already public cordially invited to attend this

to town. procured 16 barrels of Irish po service. / ,
tatoes for planting and will make potatoes --
Chief Kite was in Tampa Monday; and sea island cotton his chief JUNIOR EPWORTH LEAGUE EN I <'
on official business and to visit rela money crop. TERTAINED.At ,
tives. H. D. Mott toted the gun and .

the dull in his absece. Drew's Vaporizing Croup and Pneu -
the parsonage last Thursday afternoon GOOD EATING
monia Salve is sold to our patrons to
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Prevatt, of Lam Mrs. Barr very graciously entertained -
We don't want if
benefit your money the Junior Epworth League
t-v, were called]] Tuesday, to the bedside -
" of Mrs. Chas. Strickland, who is not benefitted when used -in the treatment Quite a large number of children enjoyed I 1 ,

very ill with a stomach, complaint. of coughs, colds, croup, sore this social gathering, and the
throat, tonsilitis, bronchitis and pneu- time passed happily with games'and l P:

Messrs. L. E. Jordan and Theo Nor monia. Your druggist will supply your refreshments.The .

man were out in Putnam count or requirements. Manufactured by B. H. in Junior interest Epworth and numbers-League and is growing Mrs- ISVHALF YOUR LIFE .I!

Thursday of last week shooting birds' : Drew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv. Ban, as-lady manager, has prove1'lherself ,
They brought home 72 quail.
l,12-9t entertaine
to be a delightful :
and instructor for the little people. / f 1
-. The magnificent date palm in Col DEATH OF MRS. STAFFORD. I ,
W. T.Weeks' front yard went through i t

the freeze unscathed. The young sage PHILATHEAS ENTERTAIN.Mrs. That being the case, it should have your closest t i' !#
palms were also unhurt On the morning of the 10th of December -

1916, the Death Angel came
W.M. Lang, a well known Confed and took from our midst our beloved Joe Hill Williams very charmingly attention in order that you may eat RIGHT. But .
the members of
erate soldier of Lawtey, was in towr sister, Mrs. Rachel Stafford, widowof entertained ..

-Saturday to the Telegraph.and renewed his subscriptior* ot the our late beloved E. L.president Stafford, Mrs., and Thomas mother Cherry Philathea street class last at her Friday pretty afternoon home or you can't eat right without the RIGHT EATS j! '

Stark. Mrs. Stafford, known to all as After going through with the usual t
business of electing the committees, .
Richard Mrs. C.left A.Wednesday Knight and afternoon Mrs. H.for C "little an mother"earnest was worker a true in the Christianand W. C. the following rendered short but interesting That's where we shine. We have a reputation for j I

and T. U., of which she was a charter program was : .
Atlanta to purchase spring sum *
Worried About It'Doris
mer millinery and notions for Mrs member of the local union, ever readyto Recitation Law.Humorous,."He i I
'Knighfsstore.. do her part. Everyone enjoyed her .
sweet songs, and we miss her oh, so I, by. Reading-Mildred .Cros GROCERIES FOR : j

Mrs. D'.' C. Jones will entertain the much. the Reading, "A Ludicrous Explanation'
resolved That I
of Be it ,

her Ladies mother Musicale, Mrs. Darby at the, Monday residence, Feb daughter this union and be her extended husband the, and devoted may I-Eunice Reading Robinson., "Following Directions" THOSE WHO CARE i j k
ruary 19th, at 3 o'clock. ,Jessie Thomas. I
God's richest blessings be ever _.__ 5 .a
cordially invited. them; a copy of this be sent the family Talk, "Making the Best of our Opportunities' -
Williams. .
the Bradford County Telegraph, -
_ A. B. Radney, the plant man, wh I Those present were. Misses Mildred
lives near ths-eiepot, will force cabbage and spread on our minutes. Crosby; Doris Law, Eunice Robinson, We handle the best to be found in any line. Of course we have the < I c

plants in his green house for those MRS. A. H. HARLEY BROWN., Lorena Alvarez, Eva Epperson Carrie cheaper grades in many lines, but our pride is centered in THE BEST. \ I F FIf
who wish to plant new cabbage MRS. G. W. I Mills, Georgia Mills. Jessie Thomas .
I patches. Rosa Baisden, Evie Woodward, and I
Mrs. Philips. you CARE, come to the store that caters to those WHO CARE. \ I
Painful Cough I 3
Mrs. Harriet Y. Lane, who has been is After the delicious refreshments of II
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs., King's New Discovery a hot chocolate and cakes, the young I
H. C. Richard, left Wednesday for soothing, healing remedy for coughs people adjourned to meet at the home I
.\ Jacksonville where she will visit rel and colds that has stood the test for lof Miss Doris Law the first Friday ir FJI I ,
A. M. DARBY Starke !
atives. nearly fifty years. For that cough March.

that strains the throat and saps the ,

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Harley, who I vitality try Dr. King's New Discovery. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Silcox have!

moved from Starke to Waldo some: The soothing pine balsams and little son at their home, the young mall i- t u f

time ago, have been in Starke lately, mild laxative ingredients soon drive,, arriving Saturday, the 10th inst. ,
for the sake of medical attention for the cold from the system. Have a
their little son, who is ill with an advanced bottle hand for winter colds, croup, A daughter' was born to Mr. and I -
: case of meningitis. The physicians on and bronchial affections. At Mrs. F. F. Stump Thursday mornin, Read the Bradford County TeleRead, the Bradford County Tele-I Trespass tarcH for srje at this office.

: think there is little hope,.Toi grippe druggist, 50c. ((2) the 15th inst. graph-the. home paper. j graph-the home paper i xr.
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Cn.000000000000.0 0 6 HOW SUWANNEE WILL OUT-WIT MAKE THE HENS PAY THE BILLS MAY OPEN BIG FARM. came M. Bray.down A from few New days.York ago Mr.to. look Sax 1 ped than from all other here will bring mOre In ';{. 'i

} 0 COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS. 0 THE BOLL WEEVIL.A over the farm and was so much pleas- rON combine-' .
<>. 0 When the Starke Lumber Company edith the progress made that he TIle QuinIne .
A goodly flock of good hens an That Does Not
very important meeting, and one in rational finished their milling interests at Sax- thinks of clearing 270 acres adjoiningand Because of its tonic Affect 'hi ... ,
W. E. Allen the Citrus county agent which we hope and believe will resultin absolute necessity any I ton, five miles north of: Starke the making the entire 340-acres into a TIPS BR0MO tu4luativee'buterth'lI
for the South. Rightly man- Quinine
the of lime last much this held system partners in the business, Messrs. Alfred fruit and vegetable and stock farm. and doe net oar. neno1l
emphasized use year good for county, was chickens not furnish whole- ringing 10 head. Reuembr I'
aged, only the
R. Sax and H. G. Rembert con- full :
and a few farmers tried it. They were in the Chamber of Commerce office on : some meat and eggs for.home con- I verted part of their property into a This section is attracting wide at- Mil b r the eg>aetmt vV' w. capvg*te? :

well pleased with the results. Tuesday evening, and was attended by sumption, but a surplus for paying the farm. They opened 70 acres, for culti- tention"as a stock raising section and

several business men and farmers. grocery bills as well. I vation and placed it in charge of W, in a few years the pork and beef ship- Trespass cards for sale at this offif'.. : 1

A sum of four hundred dollars has The meeting was for the purpose of We do not advise, for the average 7',' .

been set aside by the banks in one of discussing ways and means for estab- farmer, poultry-raising on a large R:.
the cities in Alachua county to financeboys' lishing in Live Oak a cash market for scale; but we do hold that from 50 to

: pig club work, says W. E. Brown, farm products, other than cotton. 100 producing hens should be found on .-4rn1our
county agent. County Demonstration Agent Caswell, every farm of average size in the 2OO IBS. r rt try S F

was present and strongly urged the South. In fact, on most farms there
necessity of taking such steps immed- FertilizersRemember
materials to
waste keep
are enough
In Clay county the farmers are buying iately to establish a market here for / fbl
without -
I this of hens
number any more
i : implements together and are working peanuts, velvet beans, and
;- than a very nominal expense for additional ,,r ,bpt w r ".'
co-operatively. This has been other farm products. He pointed out please, that weHiMiulactureor i."wr'
I brought about by closer organization, that cotton could not be depended up- feeds. handle EVERY i rift BYg Vi A
I says W. T. Nettles. The boys in thepig on for a money crop this year, as the But, as is the case with cattle and fertilizer and materialh ti ISONtTOOMERl-fC. tq' '
I there certain fundamentalsthat
clubs all the hogs are tying' recognized value to ;
are buying same
boll weevil has been found to be FERTILIZER CO.
a. I breed of prac- we must look to if we are to get the grower. We offer many ; j.ACUSOMVILLE.
I hogs. all the and that
tically over county, the maximum profits from our poultry. fp 'ci-il citrus formulas; also FL ,{
, j the winter has far been
warm damp so table and field fei- 1
Among the most important points are vet 1 crop
i Farmers,in Citrus county, says W., [favorable for the spread of the wee- the following: til.ztrs.: .
C E. Allen, county agent, are going toTaht r vii, and that a 50 per cent average 1. Well bred fowls. Production ir i

hogs cb-operatively. They will yield was all that could be expected, either meat or eggs, is the aim in poultry I Animal Fertilizers Make Early Cotton

fatten as many as possible for the and he would not be surprised should raising, and any fowl that fails Deraical! Fertilizers .
market and sell them together. Citrus the yield be as low as 10 per cent. '
to measure has no business in the
county has a new farm loan association Mr. Caswell strongly urged making flock. As up with the other kinds of Fertilizer Materials 1
I.I peanuts velvet beans and leadersfor Get your cotton made before the boll :
l with a membership of sixteen. corn livestock, there is no one best breed oi R'cod & Bone Tankage weevil ruin it. f; art
a money crop this year. The de- can Early planting.J Ideal I
2 chickens, tho there are undoubtedlybreeds Stock &: Poultry Feeds I
mand especially for peanuts and velvet Fertilizer and thorough cultivation ireans t
J t of.the Chicken farmers raising in Hillsborough is attracting county.many beans is good, and prices are good, anda ticular and conditions.strains best We suited must remem to par S;;raying MaterialsOur early cotton, for Ideal Fertilizer gives '. ,, :

'4 This will work is so nicely on small beans cash can market be had for here.peanuts and.velvet ber, too, that the very best producers, immense manufacturing quick, steady growth. : '

farms where trucking is the main business Harvard & Poteet, of the Model Daiy unless rigid selection is practiced, plants and cer.tra'izedbuying Write to us for prices. 4 ,Ijfc
# that R. T. Kelley, county agent, will soon degenerate into scrubs. sys.tim enables us
Farm, will in and have-in ?
recommends it. There are excellent tion this put what is known opera as 2. Proper feeding is essentiaL Justas to offer finest quality possible Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
year a -
*: markets surrounding Plant City. we must feed the dairy cow for the in everything. Booklet ,
"Hammer Mill" for grinding velvet and particulars free from Mtnnficturers Fertilizers .
Ia special purpose of producing milk and \
beans, and has agreed to and
# R. W. Blacklock, county agent of the market price in cash for buy all beans pay butter, or the beef animalsf the laying Dealers in Fertilizer Materials, ', -i

Marion county, insists that each boy grown this year in Suwannee county. i on of flesh, or the horse that he Armour Spraying Machinery and Insecticides 'i
do the work Fertilizer Works ;
4 may required of him, so
: entering the corn club must have his The beans in the hull now are bringing Jacksonville
demonstration acre planted to a win $20 a ton, f. o. b. Live Oak. must we study the needs of our poultry Jacksonville, Fla. Florida t\
and so feed them that will do
ter cover crop; consequently, the boysare One of the greatest drawbacks to the they ",
their best either in
:: in good shape for starting the corn peanut crop in the county has been egg production or :,-c
as table fowls the ,be. Andin
as case
t club work this year. picking the peanuts. The soil of Su- may GrowBiggest -- =
this ---- '-
connection let -
us urge especially
wannee will
county produce "bumper"crops
h l the need for greater attention to
but picking and them
Foundations are laid for two new for market has been serious draw winter grazing crops for the poultry. One
4 silos in Hillsborough county, which back. This difficulty a has been elimi- ,. Patches of rye, clover and oats are CropsWatson's Hundred Bushels of the Celebratedp-

shows an added interest in the econo- easily grown, and are excellent for II
k nated by the machine known the
nomical feeding of live stock. R. T. as aiding in the production of high priced
peanut picker, and to fully demon- Cotton
OC 0000000000000 Sosnowski
Kelley, county agent, says that the strate the work of this machine, Walter winter eggs.
club of last will.all be 3. House the
corn boys year poultry. Fresh air i is
** in the corn and pig clubs this Blume, Capt. Hillman and L. B. fine for the hens, but the Watermelon Seed. N. o
year. tree-tops on FOR SALE AT
Sutton have ordered such a machine cold winter C. Simpkins Extra Early Up- $2.00 PER BUSHEL
nights make bad
I and will a placeto <$> land
have it on exsibition here with Cotton Seed. Carolina I
A Putnam farmer under the get it. Here in the South building <$> Runner
county in a very few weeks. This is a port and Spanish Two Crops by the
direction of L. Cantrell, county agent, able machine and can be moved from material 'is comparatively cheap, and <> Peanut Seed. Heavy Demand 0 -

is going to start a hog farm to raise one crop to another. Peanut oil mills there is no really valid excuse for leav A Write now for'prices.. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. .
I breeding stock. This he will sell to are being erected allover the South, ing our poultry unprotected from the 4 0. K. JELKS & SON,

1 pig club boys and to the public. He and the demand is now greater than cold winter rains and snows. And I 4 0 Quitman, Brooks Co., Georgia. Raiford Florida
will breed which then let's see to it that the poultry
breed the
Duroc-Jerseys, supply, therefore there is no danger 9P00.00'.C
the agent is trying to standardize i in of an over-production, and peanutsare houses are kept clean and sanitary, I O00000 .
4 and free from all kinds of vermin.
that county. as staple a crop today'as is cotton '::
% and a hundred times easier to produce. Of course there are_other important }'
points in looking after the farm
One agent reports that a farmer in Corn is a money crop and is today but the three named are the poultry most- 1..
good prices. L. B. Sutton .
his county was the father of nine chit important.
Looking to them with care
Falmouth, is paying the market i .
dren of the hookworm The father pricein and i
type. intelligence will far toward
cash, as is also number of go
; ;, consented to try the hookworm in Live Oak'a nd throughout merchants the putting our hens on hundred-eggs-a- Vaccination Expert

treatment on one child and the results county. However, Mr. Sutton advises year-average basis, and this will mean !

were so satisfactory that the whole that next fall he will be prepared to profitable flocks-hens that pay the
family were treated and now they are grocery bills.
handle the and will .
crop at that time,
strong and healthy.
It as now, pay the market price in cash Is Here


M Several farmers in Lee county are The Democrat believes the best way '

-; growing Irish potatoes this year, whichis I.to fight the boll weevil is to starve him ,

a new business in the county, says s out-plant little cotton, diversify your We believe one of the best New Year J

n M. Boring, county agent Their wa crop by planting peanuts, velvet beans resolutions any farmer can make is The vaccination of
., termelons are up but the presence of and corn for your money crop. Raise this: "I am going to be in some respect expert the Inter State ?s

the aphis necessitates a thorough hogs, cattle, poultry and vegetables. at least the best farmer in my Vaccine Co. spraying with black leaf 40. A few -Live Oak Democrat. neighborhood in 1917. I Kansas City, Mo., arrived in Starke
farmers will try growing corn in Lee It doesn't matter
so much what
% county this year. PL.XTIORE" TRUCK. resolve you will excel in. The most you I last Saturday night and his services are now at I

important thing is the effort

s The boys in Marion county are tak- The immense crop-of cabbage planted to lou have may,esolve that you are going the disposal of the hog breeders of Bradford

ing a great interest in the.pig club in the state this season was the best cattle in the communty :

work. R. W. Blackstock, county agent damaged by the freeze. Perhaps greatly two- or the best hogs, or the best horses, County on the terms heretofore announced 1

gives the weights of same of the pigs thirds of it was destroyed. There is or the best poultry yard, or the finest by
: at the end of fourteen weeks. a corn field, or the prize garden, the He
The great scarcity of cabbage in the or us. went on duty
S country Monday
.- best one weighed 79 pounds, which was and this shortage will last until prettiest field of clover, or the most morning and has

good considering the fact that the pig I next fall. It is, therefore, a safe fruitful orchard. Or you may resolve been busy

,{: had ranged in a hundred acre field. osition to plant a new crop of this prop-es- that'est you are going to have the pret- ever since vaccinating pigs for the

= Other weights were 44, 61 and several culent. Plants home or the best_equipped home.
are probably hard farmers .
F' x' made 70 or Or perhaps ambition in the vicinity of
.' pounds. The boys have near impossible to procure, but there is yet less your may take Starke.
ly finished the a tangible form. You
payments on their time for the farmer to grow his own may resolve -
notes. plants. that no one else shall improve faster in
Onions acquiring knowledge of scientific farm- I His routing for next week will be as follows and
which, like the cabbage, ; the farmers who
ing that have
The farmers in stand much cold also ; you will utilize every ordered his services
Brevard suffered oppor-I are
county arc severely to requested to have their
t tunity
c study books, hOgS penned and
and the
planning for a large acreage of corn crop is greatly shortened. It ready for treatment at the
papers and to attend time
and feed crops this spring says A. B. is safe to put in a new crop of them, short mentioned:
courses and farmers
Nielsen, county agent, and with this, too, for they will be much in demandand conventions. Or I' Monday and Tuesday ., .aC
4 '' they are planning to used at home, they nutritious may'decide that you are going to Water Oak and La\vtey
get good dairy are more beginning
be the best business farmer in the place of E. E at ;:,
i cattle into the county. Hogs are also than any other vegetable. section-keeping your Cap.ova and finishing at R. M. Johnson's. .
t receiving much attention Those so situated to be accounts, studying I
and they are as able to do markets '
{; making plans for the co-operative buy- o, should plant all the beans and sweet market the preparation of things for j I Wednesday Sampson and Graham beginning '."
:* ing of this stock for the early summer. ,corn possible,-for anything in the way and arranging for cO-oper th"e'grading ishing at J. R. Beville's. at Lester Kites'.and fin-

f The banks will finance farmers in the :cf food will Benin more demand than shipping, selling, etc. And I ,

undertaking if the farmers will show I'ever during the year. Though we have devote again you may resolve that you will Thursday Brooker section

ai that enough feed will be grown. left it to the last, we do not consiik development your highest energies to the j P. S. Colson's and J. E. Clem on's. !
it of less of your boys and girls-
importance to in Friday and
put a big Saturday Lake '
encouraging them Butler
of Irish to -excel at school section beginning
S crop potatoes, also a big crop and at home and << from at N. E- Roberts'according ,
MODERN SYRUP FACTORY of sweet the in corn club and canning operating! there .
the bet- to location
ter. club work, getting them interested in his services. of those who have ordered ," it
raising good crons and breeding fine I
# The Popash Country Club held the i ir FARMERS stock and in building worthy charac- .ff
first meeting of the last LENDERS INSTEAD OF ters. r"_."'
year Saturday I If .,
g ; with a good attendance. After BORROWERS.With Last but are others who r {<
a bountiful not least, you may resolve would like to take advantage '
1 picnic dinner was enjoyed by a'* happy phrazing, a bank in that you will let no one excel in I v
the meeting was called to order by the Florida declared in its monthly com- the contribution you make to commune you of this opportunity *?"

: new president, Mrs. S. S. Whiting. A ment and review that the people of th ity development. Whatever thingsof j to havetheir hogs
r4 L short___ program. L ... was, given. .by_the mem-. state are teller's"wearing window.a path to the receiving a business character a man may resolve immuned from cholera and be rt

: uers oi tile ropasn school, after which Southern peo to excel_ in.. he n, -shmiM..__ nM, */ ..... j taught how to
.u 1 : Miss Stribbling, county canning and pie are becoming purchasers of invest- to make his contribution to the general IV/lgCfc 1 do their own

ii:. ;, poultry club agent, explained the con- scale.ment"securities on a steady upward advance of civilization'in his section. vaccinating, they should notify us t
struction of the fireless cooker. She Said the poet long ago: at once. Those
iii r had already remonstrated its merits at The southeast is more prosperousthan interested '
the ever before because its "Not enjoyment and not sorrow are invited to to
; ; noon hour by serving the toughest prosper= 0'0
piece of meat she could find in Waildeliciously ity is upon a more substantial basis. Is our destined end or way, any of the places mentioned

- chula, cooked. This expla- With good prices for crops, with man- But to live that each tomorrow and see the operator .

' nation was thoroughly enjoyed by all ufacturing plants being operated on Finds us farther than today." at work

ti t' the ladies, and,we are safe in saying full time and with. ctivity in general In what respect will the

h they did all in their power to have business lines, the South has placed find you farther than the end end of of 1917
f their husbands understand the large sums of money to its credit in !It 1916?
''i t construction the banks. all depends, under God, upon the
of itMr.
set and drive of your will. A Bank
Deden exhibited a sample of fine without a rudder drifts, and "a man of StarkeStarke

syrup, evaporator made, and quoted JOB WHITE & CO without a purpose is like a ship with-
1 facts and figures from his experience I LOUISVILLE,KT.IJtoral out a rudder." The

to show the profits in cane syrup mak- ........... Resolve now in what things Bank of Helpful Service
: ing. Messrs. E. C. Thornhill ?. you -
a H. '
sad fall" vital
Brown and Cornelius Crews pad sternly purpose to excel in 1917, and
committee were appointed :: FUBSHldot by so doing give the drive and the set Fla.
r a to receive subscriptions "
of your life in the New Year-the ,
for stock in
a community- and
drive and set toward whatever far-off
syrup factory. ., Cett lulus ideal would like
t -------------S- you to achieve.
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--- -- ---- --- --- u i no," s 1 ieked the twins.iEeta at the dresser, I: remembered that I oftboacco In the house. Notice is hereby given ion 3 ; the NWU
lock the door and get under the bed." forgot to lock the dungeon door, wherewe "Been any men In here tonight he concern that I, Margaret JNWU. and SElf

The rings were really valuable. keep the money and the silver- asked "Or this afternoon? Think, of Gary Owens Fred ) or NEU of' NW
PRUDENCE Owens, minors will, on "f Section; ; Lot
Their grandmother their mother's ware, and I ran downstairs and now! ruary A. D. 1917 apply ., 9; Lot 2 and

9Pt3tePsas0NA mother, whom they had never seen, slammed the door and locked It, and "No one," answered Prudence. "I Bradford Ceo. A. Gardiner county. at, County his Jihe'.,, and NU NWU of NE"of.. : -

had divided her "real Jewelry" betweenher went back up. I didn't hear a sound was alone all afternoon, and there has courty at 10 o'clock, a. m. '.! of NEU. the

two daughters. And the mother of downstairs." been no one In this evening." after as the matter can be of Section 17 :
ity to sell at private sale 18 ; Lot 2 of
these parsonage girls, had further divided Mr. Allan laughed heartily. "Well, He passed slowly through the dinIng divided interest each of 25 : Lot 3 of

her portion to 'make It reach your burglar was In that closet after room into the hall, closely followedby the following described '. WVi of SW '.

th/ough her own family of girls I the 'money, no doubt, and he didn't > his son and the five girls, already county NW;, to-wit of SWVi: of Sec. 'Section 28 ; the 32 W'4; Lots of

y. "Our rings I Our rings!I" the twins hear you coming, and got locked in." much reassured. As he passed the Range 20, containing 40 J of NEU or Lot

were walling, and Connie, awakenedby In a few minutes they heard foot- dungeon door he paused for a moment, Also I horse.the 4 following head of rattle named 12 $.OF- RANGE 34 : ALL 23 '

EDHLrUJ the noise, was crying beneath the steps around the house and knew the listening intently his head bent single wagon.

covers of her bed. officers had arrived. Mr. Allan let "Oh, Mr. Allan," cried Prudence Which application will Earle Avenue,
petition for such sale
1 Maybe we'd better phone for Mr. them into the house, four of them, and "let's look In the dungeon first. I wantto Court. :!n to stake the, Section thence '

Allan," suggested Fairy. "The girls are led them out to the hall. There could see If the money Is safe." Her hand Dated January 22, 1917. 32; thence South

BO nervous they will be hysterical by be no doubt whatever that the burglarwas was already on the lock,-but he shoved I along; said Earle tract

the time we finish searching the In the dungeon. He had been her away quickly. -26-41. IN TOWNSHIP

house." busy with his knife, and the lock was "Is there any way out of that closet o the, containing NWU of
"Well, let'sdo the upstairs then," nearly removed. If the officers had besides this door?" he asked. Notice U hereby given 8, SOUTH

said Prudence. "Get your slippers and been two minutes later, the dungeon "No. We call it the dungeon," 26tb, 191", between the
of the Seaboard
kimonos, and we'll go Into daddy'sroom. would have laughed Prudence her 12 m.. Hull's Department
been empty. The girls were self-possession will sell at public auction to the center of
# ." sent upstairs at once, with the Allan quite recovered. "It Is right under for cash at their furniture of Section 6 in

But Inside the door of daddy's room, boy as guard-as guard, without regard the stairs, and not even a mouse could street storage, Starke and other Bradford charges, 22 East.West en along Ar-

/ with the younger girls clinging to her, for the fact that he was probably gnaw Its way out, with this door shut. us and remaining on hand ; thence North

and Fairy lookjng odd and disturbed of them. "Who than ninety days: 83 degrees East
mqre frightened than any one shut the door? he inquired, Mrs. Mary H. Thorpe- of IBid Rail- -
Prudence stopped abruptly and stared The chief officer rapped briskly on still holding Prudence's hand from the goods.: of way 1.516

I about the room curiously the dungeon door. Then he clicked his lock. Then, without waiting for an This sale is made under SO acres, more
to K. F. Ben-
ter 1943, Acts of
"Fairy, didn't father leave his watch revolver. answer, he went on, "Let's go back in one, section 3127, General Book "X" page -'

hanging on that nail by the table? "There are enough of us to over- the other room a minute. Come on, all ,Alachua county.
Call Street Starke, Fla., !! sold to Thomas
Seems tome I saw it there this morn- power three of you," he said curtly. of you." In the living! room he hur- !) in Deed Book 0

(Copyright by) the Bobbs-Merrin Com Ing. I remember thinking I would "And we have men outside the house, ried to the telephone, and spoke to the .
!'anv.) containing 85
tease him for being forgetful. too. If you put your firearms on the operator in a low voice. ,"Call the police ,.rth of the la.t
SYNOPSIS. And the watch was not there. floor headquarters and have them senfl NOTICE OF 6 and describ
and hold both hands over your Notice is hereby given
"I think It was Sunday he left It," head, you'll be well treated. If your two or three men to the Methodist par virtue of a decree made !.k\Vilks"R" to at C. A.
CHAPTER I-Prudence Starr, eldest of answered Fairy In a low voice. "I 7th day of January, A. page
five motherless girls comes to the Meth- remember -: hands are not up, we fire on sight. Get sonage, right away. We've got a bur- cuit Court of Alachua Alachua Cuun-

odlat parsonage at Mount'Mark, aa house seeing it on the nail, and think. i your revolvers ready, boys." glar locked in a closet, and they'll haveto Chancery, by the Honorable 6 in Township
mother for her father the Methodist
of said Court. in a suit
uter. Then the officer opened the door. I : get him out. Please hurry. in Melrose Manufacturing .

Evidently the.burglar was wise enoughto At this, the girls crowded around poration, is complainant in Township 9

CHAPTER f II-The gfrla entertain a visiting appreciate the futility of fighting him again in renewed fear."Don't and Charles C. Clayton, 4 in Township 9 j
minister at luncheon, to his discomfiture. partners doing business by
against odds. His hands above be scared," he said calmly, tine & Land et Benja
Carol, one of the twins, rides the were : Company Reverend John
family cow with disastrous results. his head, and in less than a second hew "we're all right. He's in there safe I will offer for sale and by deed dated I
tion to the highest and
CHAPTER- Irt-Prudence- and Fairy ls securely manacled. enough and can't get out for a while. dora for Cash in front of Deed Book "L"
receive :! of said Ala.
the Ladies' Aid society while Lark The chief officer had been eying him Now, tell me about It.. How did you in the City of Gainesville.
Carol and Connie practice modeling 1DlDud him in the closet at the i 'lorida. on Monday the .,
closely. "Say! he exclaimed. "Aren'tyou get Begin
on the dining room table. liii :t D. 1917, the same being a
Chapter IV.-The twins prepare Ccrstance Limber-Limb Grant The burglar beginnIng, and tell me all about it" Court, during the legal '{.. E'of; SWU.

for initiation into their private secret society III grinned, but did not answer. "By Carol began the story with keen rel- being and, premises in the Counties and property of 'SWU? of NWU(contain of '

with results unexpected to themselves. Jove !" shouted the officer. "It is!1"Aren't Ir Ish. "I woke up, and thought I heard Clay and Putnam State : IN TOWNSHIP

CHAPTER V-'When Fairy entertains someone in the room. I supposed It after particularly described \ ..
Babler in-the Schedules A. and B., .ction 4 as de
Eugene evening the twins '
convince Prudence that etiquette has small was Prudence. I said, 'Prudence, and Schedule Book '"X" of
place In the Starr family. answered and of SW,, of SEU
nobody everything was
The SW of SE of
4 of six acres on 0_
CHAPTER VI-Connie practices econ- quiet But I felt there was someonein of NE' N".j of NWV4 I ,' 6, described
by borrowing $5 from one of the there. I nudged Lark, and she woke N% of SW ,' SEU of Northeast corner
omy of NW>4 of SE'i, and of Lot 7 of said
cloak and
to buy a new unconsciously -
teaches the church pillars a up. lIe moved then, and we both heard of SEU of Section 25; 440 jards. thence
lesson. him. He was fumbling at the dresser, of Section 27 ; the NW'! 440 yards and
SWU.! S'j] of SE',4. NEU! \ place of begin-
and our ruby rings are gone. We of SEU of Section 34 : Section 8: Lot
CHAPTER VII. ( heard him step across the room and 8, SOUTH OF RANGE 21 11 and 13 of West
The NWU of NWU. S% recorded June 22.
closet. He closed the door after
I I into a. _u SWU W. of SWU of page 930 of the
A Burglar's Visit him, didn't he Lark r SEU of SWU of Section County. And be-

True!1" "Yes, he did," agreed Lark. "His !U of NE4. SEiJ of % of Lot 1 of West
and SEof SEU of run South 11.89
A moll hand gripped Prudence's.shoulder "
f hand was on the knob. of NE',4, SW'4 of NE4. thence North.
and again came a hoarsely "So we sneaked out of bed, and NENI% of SEU. N\.. North 5.13 chains, ,
and SEl of SEU of of beginning
whispered: i went Into Prudence's room and woke of NWU of NWW% acres of land, all
True! her and Fairy." She looked at Connie and SEof SWof! 8 of Section 14 f

.Prudence .sat up In bed with a j and blushed. "Connie and of SEU of Section 14 ; Section 23 ; IN ,
was asleep,
NEU of NEof NW '. RANGE 22 EAST.
bounce. we didn't waken her because we didn't of SWU. and SEof \ '., of NEI., the C

"What In the world?" she began, want to frighten her. We woke the the NEU of NEU. the i of Section 7 ; '.
NE'', and SI! of NEI!& of SWU of'
gazing out Into the room, half-lighted i girls-and you tell the rest, Prudence." S'i of Lot 4 and the SV seven-tenths

by the moonshine, and seeing Carol and "We didn't believe her, of course. tion 19 ; the NWU of '. of NW1'. and \
Lark shivering beside her bed. the NWU of NWU of SEU of NWU of :
We went back Into their room and of NEU. SWU of NEU i of Lot 12 leon-
"Sh Sh! Hush I" whispered Lark. there was no one there. But the rings NEl. and Lets 1, 2 and 3 18; the NWU
"There's a burglar In our room!" While NWU of NWU of Section ) and Lots 12
Quickly She Flung It Shut H were gone. they were looking SEU. and Lots 12 and 13 survey of Sec
By this time even soundsleepingFairy of Section 26 : the NWU except five acres)

was awake. "Oh, there is I" she Ink he would need It-but I believe- It 4 minutes he was en route for Mount fractional part of SW!,. i of Lot 18 (eon- '
tional of of 30 IN TOWN-
part SEU
scoffed. was Sunday." Mark-white in the face, shaky In the deeded to Charles C. 23 EAST.; -

"Yes, there Is," declared Carol with Prudence looked under the bed, and knees, but tremendously proud Inspirit the East three-fourths of three-fourths of
In the closet but their father's room Lota 10 and 11 of Lot 11 except one
Borne heat "We heard him, plain as Southeast portion of Lot 7 25 acres in the
day. He stepped Into the"closet, didn't was empty. Should they go farther Arriving at Mount Mark, he was In- South of the branch ; Lots 23 and 24.

he, Lark?" For a moment, the girls stood lookingat stantly surrounded by an exclamatorycrowd Section 29 sold by Silas 10. SOUTH OF
Jones : also all of Lot 9 : 315 acres,
. "He certainly did." agreed Lark. one aj. 'Mr questioningly. Then- of station loungers. The name cept 12 acres on east 4

"Did you see him?" they hear a loud thud downstairs, as of Prudence was upon every tongue, Kelly to B. J. Earle, and to..Ji'I in lands and
acres sold to H. D. Lewis,
of someone pounding on a door. There satisfac controlled by the
"No heard and her father heard It with
we heard him. Carol eights acres sold to Isaac of March A. D.
him first, and she spoke*, and nudgedme. was no longer any doubt. Someonewas tion. In the parsonage he found at 18-j( acres sold to S. Clay and
Connie and the You Limber-LImb GranU"Call Shooter, described as of Florida,
in the house! Slate
least two-thirds of the Ladies' Aid so-
Then I heard him, too. He was at a point 1740 feet ... or not.
at our dresser, but he shot across the twins screamed again and clung to the girls down here," he ordered, ciety, the trustees and the Sunday- corner of said Lot 9 ; .in said Schedule
closed Prudence frantically. And Fairy said school superintendent, along with a owned by B. J. Earl and and place afore
room and Into the closet. He and when they appeared gazing at the otherwise to the meander ..
'la and interests
"I think we'd better lock the door and
the door after him. He's there now." burglar with mingled admiration, pity miscellaneous assortment of ordinary thence southerly along or terminated) of

"You've been dreaming" said Fairy stay right b.ere until morning, Prue." and fear, he congratulated them with members, mixed up with Presbyterians, said lot about 1000 feet ; that certain
680 feet to tbe West line
But Prudence faced them stubbornly. 25th. 1910
Baptists and a few unclassified outsiders. -
lying down again. considerable excitement. North on said West line Company and
"We don't generally dream the same "If you think I'm going to let any- "It's Limber-Limb Grant," he ex And Prudence was the center of of beginning; subject to whereby certain
heretofore reserved
one steal that fifty dollars, you are attraction.She on !. granted said L.
thing at the same minute" said Carol plalned. "There's a reward of five sides of said Lot 9, with
stormily. "I tell you he's In there." i mistaken. Fifty dollars does not come" hundred dollars for him. You'll get was telling the "whole story," way to and through the in said Sched- .-
often enough for that, I can tell you. Santa Fe Canal) : the sold at the time
for the fifteenth time that
"And you two great big girls cameo I objected the money as sure as you're born. perhaps of SEU of SW%. S'/ of to all the naval
"It's stolen already
and left poor little Connie In there probably Then he turned again to the burglar. morning, but she broke off when her Section 30 : also Lots 1 on certain

alone with a burglar, did you? Well Fairy. "Say, Grant, what's a fellow like you father hurried in and. flung her arms Lot mencing 3 of Section at the 30 Northeast, in, .. said Schedules
"Well If it is we'll find out who did : r -
you are nice ones I must say." I doing on such a fifth-rate Job as this about him. "Oh papa, she cried, 2. thence South along the appointed in this

And Prudence leaped out of bed and ,lit, and have them arrested. I'm going A Methodist parsonage Is not Just in' "they mustn't praise me. I had no North 1260 feet to the; thence shore West of '. of above court

started for the door, followed by Fairy I down to telephone to the police. You your line, Is it?" idea there was a burglar in the house thence East along the in said Schedules .i'

with the twins creeping fearfully along girls must lock the door after me, and Limber-Limb laughed sheepishly. when I ran down the stairs, and I hon to the place of beginning at the time and
stay right here." about four. acres of land ,the lien and op
estly can't that much credit Is
in the rear. I "Well," he explained good-naturedly, see part of Section 30, being '" from Melrose
The little ones screamed again, and due me." thereof described as corporation, to
"She was asleep, muttered Carol. "Chicago got too hot for me. I had .
said "Don't be Prue, If at a point on Lake Alto ( Southern Na
Fairy : silly, rc.iw
"We didn't want to scare her" added to get out in a hurry, and I couldn'tget But Mount Mark did not take It so center line of said -rd in Mortgage I

Lark. you go I'm going with you, of course. my hands on any money. I had a calmly. And as for the Methodist South parallel to, said ( Alaehua County
We'll leave the kiddies here and they feet to a stake; thence Book 3-. -.,
fine lot of but I church-well, the Presbyterian people MoraKe
Prudence was careful to turn the Jewels, was so pushed 625 feet to a stake about upon which
can lock the door. They'll be perfectly I used to' there was "no living with the South line of said "
switch by the door so that the room couldn't use them. I came here and say balanre due of '
safe In here." those Methodists since the girls caughta to the South line of said from January
:was in full light before she entered. loafed around town for a while, be- 660 feet to the center
The closet door was wide open. Con I But the children loudly objected to cause folks said Mount Mark was so burglar in the parsonage." Of courseit thence North along said yi be made by the

file was soundly sleeping. There *as this. If Prue and Fairy went, they fast asleep It did not even wake up was important, from the Methodist shore of Lake Alto. thence purpose of sat ,
said lake to the place of i
would So down the stairs they of Pictures of the fourt first herein-
no one else In the room. go long enough to read the dally papers. point view. par- ing about ten acm; the

Ton ?" said Prudence sternly. trooped, a timorous tremblfng crowd. I heard about this parsonage bunch, sonage and the church were in all the cept a strip of ten acres MATHEWS.
see NEU of SW l, E'4 of SEI I
Prudence went at once to the telephone :
for miles around and at their
TU bet he took our ruby rings," declared and knew the old man had gone off to papers of Section 31 ; the NW'4 Special Muter
and and called up the residence of get more religion. This afternoon at very next meeting the trustees decidedto acre deeded to the Board '
Lark and the twins Fairy
the Allans, their neighbors across the the station I saw a detective from Chi get the piano the Sunday school had tion N>4 of NW%. SE',4 2-2-51. I '
ran to the dresser to look. acres in the Northwest
street After a seemingly neverendingwait cago get off the train, and I knew what been needing for the last hundred of Section 32 ; ALL IN <

But sickening realization had come the kind-hearted neighbor left that meant. But I needed some cash, years 1When OF RANGE 22 EAST. LE I
home to Prudence. In the lower hall, ,
his bed to answer the Insistent tele- and so I wasn't above a little Job of the five hundred dollars arrived The N':. of SWU of I, W. J. Epper
under the staircase, was a small dark of NW of Section 9 all
Falteringly Prudence explainedtheir % ; ,
phone. State of
this kind. I never dreamed of getting from Chicago, Prudence felt that Northeast Flor
closet which they called the dungeon.The mencing at that certain
predicament, and asked him to done bunch of kids. real to the ( writ .
up by a preacher's personally she had no right West to Northeast corner under the
dungeon door was big and solid. come and search the house. He prom- thence South to right Bal
I went upstairs to get those family money. "We must divide It, she Insisted County :
and was equipped with a heavy catch- ised to be there In five minutes, with Jewels I've heard about and one of "for I didn't earn it a bit more along Southern said and right Florida of way in Little and Leon ;
lock. In this dungeon Prudence kept favor of H. J.
his son to help. the little ones gave. the alarm. I al. than any of the others. But it is dividing Sections 27 and 28 day of January I
the family silverware, and all the aid Section line to the
it could "Now," said Prudence more cheer- ready had some of them, so I came perfectly glorious to have five hundred SE. the place of and wi Bl to
money she had on hand, as for the
fully, "we'll Just go out to the kitchen down at once. I stopped in the dun- dollars, isn't It? Did you ever have the Eli; of SE",, and. the of Starke. Brad ,

there be safely locked away. But more and wait It's quiet there, and away geon to get that money, and first thingI five hundred dollars before? Just takeit 12 Section and 31 WU: Lots of SWU 1. 2,of 3. ,- March 5th. I 1
often than not. Prudence forgot to lock : '. day of taid
from the rest of the house, and we'llbe knew the door banged shut. That's father, and use it for whatever we TOWNSHIP 8. SOUTH of sale the fol '

It.Mr. perfectly safe." To the kitchen, all. You're welcome to the five hun- need. It's family money." Lots 5 and 6 in. situated, bin.
SW'4 of NWU. N' of
Starr had gone to Burlingtonthat hurried: and found real ", Florida, I
dred dollars ladies. Someone
then they was Neither the younger girls nor their 10 less four acres on East corner of Mad
morning to attend special revI"alBervlces comfort In Its smallness and secure- bound to get It sooner or later, and father would consent to this. But on West aide of Lot 14. Starke, and run
for three days, and Prudencehad Prudence raked up the dying I'm to the ladies NWI' ,of NW i, N'4 of thence North
ness. partial every-time. when Prudence pleaded with them earnestly SEU of Section 5; Lots l.t I
fifty whole dollars in the house, embers of the fire and Fairy drew the Lot 7. East two-thirds of Myrtle street
Mr. Starr on Thursday morning had they decided to divide It. 334 feet to the
an unwonted sum in that parsonage blinds to their lowest limits. The deposit 6 ; also (art of Sect on Addition to the
taken the early eastbound train to "I will two hundred and fifty dondo Grant and East of >
And the not locked. With Tp. 6 S. I'
was twins and Connie trailed them feJU'lofully Burlington. He attended the evangelistic dollars for the four younger ones," he Line Railway except 60 "ore or leas.R :

out a word, she slipped softly out of at every step. services at the tabernacle in-the said, "and that will leave you as also Lots 1. 10 and 11 ..rer of Madison

the room, ran down the stairs,. making Every breath of wind against the afternoon and evening, and then wentto much" sub-divisions art's Sub-Division 1. 3 of and said 4 *thence and run West South 105

never a sound in her bare feet, and windows drew startled cries from the ted at the hotel He slept late the So it was settled, and Prudence was mencing 263 chains thence West 105

saw somewhat to her surprise, that younger girls, and both Fairy and Prudence next morning. When he finally appeared a happy girl when she saw it safely corner North 13 of Section 1-3 chains.7. t 210 Madison feet Street to the,

the dungeon door was open. Quicklyshe were white with anxiety when the clerk came at once from put away in the bank.Continued South 13 1-3 chains to Addition to '

flung It shut, pushed the tiny key they heard the loud voices of the Al- behind the desk to speak to him. Twoor aid Section 7; the SU 29. Tp. 6. S. ,
NEt of NWU. SEU acre, more or
, that moved the "catch," and was rushing 'lans outside the kitchen door. Prudence three other guests, who had been on West side. EHs of SEU. 3 1

up the stairs again with never a began crying nervously the moment lounging about, drew near. ( Next Week.) except five acres in Sec. 3 Tp. S S. f
tion 8 ; Lots 3, 4, S and 6 leas.
Pause for breath.A the two angels of mercy appeared "We've just been reading about your Lots 9. 10. 11. 12. 13, 14, ,E'4 of NKV of

strange sight met her eyes in thetwins' before her, and Fairy told their girls sir," said the clerk respectfully SEU of Section 9: Lots \ R 22E t. con

room. The twins themselves tale of woe. "It's a pretty nervy little bunch! You + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + NW NWU 4 of of NEU.Section NEU 10; Lots of 1'1s.' of See. 10. Tp. 1. .

were In each other's arms sobbing bit- "Well there now," Mr. Allan said must be proud of them !" + LEGAL NOTICES f West Melrose and Lot 7 24 acres more or

.. terly. Fairy was still looking hurriedly with rough sympathy, "you Just got "My girls !I" ejaculated Mr. Starr. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ; Section 5 of Section 13; the 14 ;E%the of W.-i Lot SW'' of SE'i :

through the dresser drawers. scared, that's alL Everything's suspicious "Haven't you seen the morning pa- NWU less tract of four R 22 East con
P. Boulware. i
I told .
"They are gone" walled Carol, "our when folks get per? lou're Mr. Starr the Methoalst Six months after date I will present to tM and NWU of SE%. SWU See. 13, Tp. 7,
beautiful ruby rings that belonged to my wife the other day I bet you girls minister at Mount Mark, aren't you?" Ron. Geo. A. Gardiner aa County Judge .f ; of NEU of SE'4 except ; ) acres more or
left Bradford ronnt). Florida my vouchers and Suggs to Rhodes of :
grandmother." would get a good trlght sometime, But what has happened to
1 am final accounts as Admin ltratrix of the estate NEU of Section 16 ; the \ ii
"Nonsense," cried Prue with nervous here alone. Come on, Jim, and- we'll my girls? Is anything wrong? Give! of S. J. Stembn late of Bradford county NWU of NEU! except 814 See. 17. more Tp. 7 or S.
Florida deceased, and ask to be discharged of NEt,.. the NE'4 of acres
the house In a Jiffy. "
,anger them in the bath go over the !
left me
"you've paper as such Administratrix. the SW!,.. N% of SEU,
room, cr on the kitchen shelves. He was standing near the dining- Five minutes later Mr. Starr and hIs Thia the 18th day of.A nlrUllt. 19111. of Section 17; Lot 4 of EPPER'0 ,j

lou're always leaving them somewhere room door. He lifted hIs head sud- suitcase were in a taxicab speeding ANGIE STERNBURG. of NWU of Section 24; County. Florida.
Administratrix of the estate of S. J. Stern ui Nr.i
over the place. Come on, and we'll denly, and seemed to sniff a little. toward Union station, and within eight bur*. deceased. MMm TOWNSHIP 4 9, 's.i

$earch tae,house Just to convince jou." There was,undoubtedly a faint odor --

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',',' ".C'," ; U'7.Ii Thursday, Feb. 22nd, the high school 1 II!I all present, except Mr. Louis Colson, a r week.itor to Melrose the first' part of thel \JJl'Isiness' ".%.nesday. :
and the following land, Ohio, by the long distance. 1 l\Ie3srs. Lern -1
will observe "Field Day" I ard Cleve
Mr. J. Ed Byrd, of Raiford ;
will be rendered: V Grand children from a distance were was a ford, were trar Sapp, ..
1:30 program p. m.-80 yard dash, 100 yard L Messers. Grover Colson, of Fort White business visitor to Lawtey. the first 1 I Lawtl'y We1lnesdiy.acting bUa ne., fa
of the week.
1-4 mile dash, 1-2 Raymond Colson, of Fitzgerald, .Ga., part The Radcliffe 'it.
: dash, 1-8 mile dash, Lillie Colson, of Atlanta, Ga., I Mr. O. L. Thomas, who is engaged I will entitataSLStertamments. v
rola, 100 and Miss qua
mile dash 300 yard
Ii County News Items and in the naval stores business at Verdie I
yard hurdle (low hurdle), three-legged besides a goodly number of grand several with his I tey at the s'hooi,house of 4i
live nearby. spent days family aUdito
who Feb.
race sack race, high jump, standing great grand children connections'were'' here last week.Charlie I 24, 15, 26 and 27th, _
Friends and family auspices of the 1ndet
jump. tilt
jump running liawtey
child .Mr. Miller was transacting bus- I BoOs+.
m.-Tennis match be- Dr. J. E. Maines, wife and Everybody in\"rud .era
I lateratlntf Feet Gathered During the Week by Our tween 3:00 Hampton p. high school game and Rai- G. W. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, iness in Starke Tuesday. .. I i to go to thea ...

Regular Correspondents. ford high school teams. Mr. and Mrs. Green Goodman, all of Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his regular -1 1\Irs. G. C. Wtoten:

0.1I 3.30-Basket ball game, between the Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Iven Holder I monthly appointment at the Ala- I turned hOnIfo last week and cl 1drQ ;..
be of LaCrosse Mr. and Mrs. P. W. chua Baptist church last Saturday and where they frOll1 .
Hampton boys and another team, to ; ( I spett
'- -U--- JI arranged for. I Pinholster, Jr., and son, Guy, oft j Sunday. I relatives. ,. several week! ..
I V .nnira*. Mr .Martin.__. ___ _Rimes. and_ Mrs. Mr lIannon or-
the bas- ; Gainesville. was
4:30-Tug of war between AUft. .n.-- : *;
LONG BRIDGE. Mr. I. Brown, of Bland, Alachua "'---
1, ket ball teams. I J.: ie: Miss Mamie Pinholster, transacting business in Lawtey las:L i -
f is his J. L. B. E.
county, visiting sons, school Mrs.
Flag rush; flag to be defended by a teacher in the Hampton ; week. VANDERBILT. :
11 k The Long Bridge Literary Society and J. S. Brown. 10th. grade boys.7:30The M. C. Pinholster, Prof. Carl Scaff and Rev. A. T. Galloway filled his regular I'
I:. met last Friday night at the Long 'B. E. Brown and father, Isham, high school will repro- Miss Edna Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Mai- appointment at the Ortega M. E. .7-
; Bridge school house. The debate was made a business trip to Lake Butler duce the stage play, "The Town Mar- lie Strickland, of Alachua.At church, South, last Saturday and Sun There was a ''arge crowd
very interesting and a large audience Saturday afternoon. shal," with the following cast of char- 12:30 dinner was served, which day. the entertainrn't at a
:; was present. The followingofficers I II. S. Peeples visited Lake ButlerSaturday acters: was bountiful and well prepared, em- Mr. A. A. Smith and Mrs. John I I I Friday night.I VanderbntlQ.f

; were elected: on business. Harold Desmond, the town marshal, bracing nearly everything that its culinary -' Howe visited Kingsley Sunday. I Mrs. Nettle .Sapp, of La :,

.1 President, Mr. Pliney Crews. Miss Kate Douglass of this place, R. A. Green. art could design. After dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crowe, of Platts- I two daughters spent FridaYnfghi:'
; ,r Secretary, Miss Miriam Adkins. has entered the Lake Butler high Mark Jameson, a lawyer of evil ten- the crowd gathered off in small groups I' burg, Mo., were guests Wednesday P Mr. and 1\1 rs. Dock Noymn '
; An interesting program was made school. She was the assistant teacherin dencies, L. W. Turner. passing the time in social converse.. and Thursday at the home of Mr. and I Mr. Marion Ogden was a
t f L out for the following Friday night, the Miller school last term and gave I Uncle Jele Jenkins, South Dakota'armer Uncle Johnnie Colson and Uncle'Ivan :Mrs. L. H. Hill. Mrs. Crowe was for. I the home or Mr. and Mrs. J.vjsft G. t
February 16th. A large audience is perfect satisfaction.J. Clyde Mullady. I Holder being the oldest vets on : :: expected. Everybody come. W. Parrish and W. L. Willis Hartley, a wealthy grain dealer grounds entertained quite a crowd by lent j resided here several years ago. I 1\Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Harnage ,,,;X
.. #4 Mr. M. J. Sapp was a business visitor in Lake Butler Douglasswere Ralph Williams. relating incidents of their experiencesin She was also a teacher in the Lawtey; i Wednesday with Mrs. Ha'I '
to Lake Butler last Saturday. Saturday on bus- William Sonlance, a man with a i camp life and warfare.As school about eight years ago. ter, Mrs. 1. c. lodges, near "
; E'I Mrs. J. L. Lavende and baby and iness.We past, Rawley Scotten. the shades of night were approaching Mr. James Shepard was called to ler. .&&.
I, Mrs. J. R. Merritt, of Socastee, were are pleased to announce that B. Ikey Levensky,' a Jewish peddler, all repaired to their respective Elijay, Ga., last week on account of Vanderbilt school closed Frida "
., I -the guests of their parents, Mr. and A. Thomas, who was seriously hurt by Earle Middleton. I homes, wishing Uncle Johnniea the serious illness of his sister. the teachers, Prof J. I. ,
:t I Mrs. R. F. Merritt, last Saturday and ,his horse some days ago, is improving Laura Hartley, a village belle, Miss long life and many more happy Mr. 0. A. Jackson was a visitor to Miss Eva WiHiams, left for Ogden their..

Sunday. 'hicely. Evelyn Seals. birthdays.Hon. Jacksonville last Saturday and Sun. spective home, Satqrday. *
i There will be Sunday school at the Mary Ann Hartley, a spinster, Miss I. W. Pinholster, a former citizen -I Messrs. W. F. and J. A. IT

f. Long Bridge school house every Sunday LAKE BUTLER. Mamie Pinholster. of this section, who moved to I day.Postmaster R. B. Jackson and H. C.: were busir.ess'isitors to Raifonffi
i afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody Lucy Ames, a village hoyden, Miss Clay county several years ago, is now Peace were transacting business in urday afternoon. -

t invited to come. Beryl "Mullady. H pleasantly.. domiciled. A.on.. a n fine vr farm A_ Ii.Jacksonville Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Taylor
Rev. LaRowe'preached a very in The play will be given for the benefit recently purchased oi Mr. o.: v. An I the entertainment at '
OAK GROVE. I teresting sermon at Raiford last Sun-. of the school piano fund, and an drews. Mr. Andrews has embarked.L Rev. W. C. Weidler, state secretary day night. VanderbiIi frl.V V:
:1 I day. Rev. LaRowe has made'his home, admission of 25c and 15c for children in the hardware and furniture business of international Sunday school associa- Mr. Berry Strickland rutftl
: in Hampton, where he will be pastorof will be charged. at Brooker. Mr. Pinholster's two sons: tion will be in Lawtey Saturday and in the WatPmai, section was a i
I .. Our term of school is out, but ow- the Hampton Christian church.Mr. Three trials will be allowed in the are with him, Messrs. Lester and Al. Sunday, Feb. 24 and 25th, at which Sunday. Saturdaj&ri

ing to the measles thes chool atten- B. B. Hopson, of Starke, was a races and flag rush, and a medal will bert. Our community extends to thema time a union Sunday school conven- Don't f-jrget the sing VV.V f
dance was ver low for the past few business visitor here Monday.Mr. be awarded the one making the most cordial welcome.Mr. tion for the Lawtey Sunday schools church every second and at vii. !
days. This is not chargeable to the G. M. Richard carried a prisoner points. B. Z. Matthews, of Raiford, a will be held at Grace church. All who day evening.. Everybody fourth fa= t
teacher, Miss Edith Townsend, as she over to the county jail Saturday The co-operation of the public and successful well driller, is here busily: are interested in Sunday school work attend S invited. i
put forth her best efforts to advancethe to spend a few months. patrons of the school is cordially in- engaged. He recently completed a are especially invited to attend this Mr. W. F. Harnage and '. J
students and seemingly she has Prof. F. G. Schell is spending a few vited. two-inch well for Mr. Ury Johns at a convention.Rev. ited the sing at Union farnijy .. f
pleased all the patrons. days in South Florida looking after his depth of 90 feet, and is now drillingone : Gardiner, of Atlanta, Ga., and noon. Sunday after.
It The relief society which was effected l large orange grove. The cold spell BROOKER.Mrs. for Mr. L. Johns, and at this writ- a minister of the' Free Methodist I
: by Elders Bond and Talman and did much damage to fruit trees, vegetables ing is drilling in a rock 145 feet from church, preached at Grace Methodist
i Sister Talman by order of President etc. the surface. church Wednesday evening. Make your letterheads advtrti i
I J C. A. Callis and President A. F. Riggs I Col. A. V. Long and Sheriff W. J. Emily Baxter returned home Mr. A. B. Surrency went to Lawtey Mayor W. F. Godwin and Mr. T. D. your business. Give them laidd.V
is proving to be a grand success. It Epperson were here on business last; last Wednesday, after spending several Sunday to visit his daughter, Miss Wearen were busir.ess visitors to Jack- ity, make them distinctive, notibls'
I is one of the first women organizationsin week. weeks with her daughter, Mrs. W. Vera, who is teaching the Davis school. sonville Wednesday. -not commonplace. Use ,
the United States, and was organiz- Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wood, of Jack- A. Tillis at Haines City. Pine Hill school is progressing nice- Sheriff W. J.Epperson and Deputy :and have them printed good the dod 1
I : ed by Prophet Joseph Smith, in the i sonville, were the pleasant visitors of Miss Mamie Pinholster, of Hampton ly under the efficient management of Cameron, of Starke, were in Lawtey J graph. by TeSt.'
early days of the church. Its officersare Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Adkins this week. visited her mother last Saturday and Prof. Carl Scaff, as princial, and
Mrs. Emma Blackwelder, presi- Miss Thelma Schell, who is attend- Sunday.Mr. Miss Edna Baxter as assistant. --- -. =4
dent; Mrs. Leona Nettles, first counselor i ing Columbia College, spent last week and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, of Hampton Mr. T. L. Godwin, after trying his -
; Mrs. Lee Keen, second counselor with her parents, Mr..and Mrs. F. G. ; Mrs. M. C. Pinholster, Miss Ruby fortune in South Florida, has moved
,I and organist; Lonice Nettles, secretary Schell. Crosby, and Mr. Clyde Ward motoredto back to the old homestead, satisfied r
.. and treasurer. We wish the Feb 22nd will be a rally day ,t the Gainesville last Friday afternoonand with old Bradford's soil. rIF
organization success. school. An interesting cros-ram has attended to business. Mrs. J. H. Cason, of South Florida, YOU BUY
' been arranged. The Lake Butler band Mrs. Haddock and infant daughter, is visiting the family of F. L. Colson. LUMBERN0't :
: NEW RIVER. will furnish music and there will be of Brooklyn, and Miss Lillian Had- Mrs. R. H. Green, of Lake Butler, ,
dinner on the grounds for all. All dock, of Hilliard, are guests this weekat visited her husband one day last week.
-- those interested in education and in the home of their sister, Mrs. Lee Uncle Bob is making great improve- -= I'
;::' Mrs. J. H. Poppell and daughter, 'celebrating Washington's birthday, are Hodges.Mr. ments on'his property here.LAWTEY. .

Ruby Mae, of Starke, attended church cordially invited. E. J. Ward, of Cedar Keys, is --you will avoid delays and vexations when .'
t atNew River Sunday. Dr. H. C. Carver, of Alachua, was a visiting his family here this week.

; Mr. M. J. Sapp was transacting business .visitor... here 9 ....Tuesday._ Dr. and Mrs. L.. Colson and. ...two children the spring building rush comes on.
in Lake Butler Saturday. MISS Lame Jolson: left Sunday night oi A rensacoia, are visiting relatives ,
: Mr. S. N. Hurst was a visitor to for Atlanta, where she will spend several in and around Brooker this'week. -
V V Jacksonville last Thursday. weeks. Mr. J. C. Larramore, of Maeclenny, Mrs. G..T. Todd, of Washington, D. I I --you will have a complete and well selected .-

Mrs. Laura Howard and daughter, Dr. J. E. Maines and family attended visited relatives here this week. C., is a guest at the home of Mayor I stock from which
V ;1 Ruby, of Macclenny, spent last week the 83rd birthday anniversary cele- Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, and Mrs. W. F. Godwin. Mrs. Todd to make your own selection
with Mrs. Howard's daughter, Mrs..J. bration of Mr. John G. Colson near was attending to business in Brooker is an aunt of Mrs. Godwin.

E. Adkins. Scout Hole last Sunday. Tuesday. ;J Mr. and Mrs. John Teston, of Jack- -...and will
Miss Amie Mackey closed her school Miss Ruby Ware, who is teaching V Mr. J. G. Colson celebrated hi!! 83rd sonville, were visiting relatives in ,II you surely get better! prices, as after ,:

V at Long Bridge last Friday afternoon, in the Raiford school passed through birthday last Sunday with a family reunion Lawtey the first part of last week. building starts in the spring wholesalers,
and returned to her home at Carra- here Sunday enroute to her home in and a bountiful spread. I Includ- Mr.Alfred Sax, of New York City, :
_ belle Sunday. Worthington. ing relatives and friends there'were was a visitor to Lawtey and Saxton are sure to advance prices, and retailers :
( fr Mr. Jesse Thomas spent last Sunday Mr. Jay Alderman, of Starke, was a upward of seventy-five present.Mr. last Sunday.Mr. do
must the
t 4 in Lake City. visitor here Sunday. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen were and Mrs. Henry Dingfelder, of same. V j
I. V Miss Lillie Crosby, of Sampson City, Mr.R. L.\olson, of Penova, Ga., at- shopping in Starke last Tuesday.Mr. New York City, are guest at the home
fl. was'the week-end guest of Mrs W. J. tended the family reunion and 83rd A. B. Shaw and family, of of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard this
Thomas. birthday anniversary of his grandfather Worthington, were guests last Sundayof week. j'
; ; .:. : X Messrs. Clyde Parser and James at Scout Hole last Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miner, of Starke .

r". Thomas made a flying trip over to rousing meeting was held by the Mr. Raiford Carver, of Lake Butler, 'iwere guests last Sunday at the home We specialize in high grade interior and ex 1

V Macclenny Sunday afternoon. I business. men's league on last Fridav visited. friends in Brooker last Sunday of Mrs. Miner's father. MA. E.T, ., tenor
F ; V Remember the Long Bridge )debating night. Music was furnished by the afternoon.A Roberts. U -- I finishings. i ,i

. 0 :. 'V society every Friday night, beginning -I band. An election of officers was heldas Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson, Misses Mr. M. Smoak, of Atlanta, Ga., was : : i
.; at 7:30. follows: Mr. C. F. rovers. presi- Mamie Pinholster and Olga and thel- a visitor to Lawtey and Saxton the I We can supply any grade from the cheapest
; 1- c Messrs. John Dekle, Seth Roberts, ,dent; Mr. E. W. Miller, vice president ma Ward visited friends in Hampton first part of the week. : ,
. V. ': George Dekle Faircloth, of Lake But- and Avery Powell, secretary. last Sunday afternoon. Justice B. D. Kelley, of Raiford, to the best,but : ;
ler, attended the surprise party at Mr. The name was changed from the Messrs. Lawton Surrency,: : Steve was transacting business in Lawtey i
B. F. Renfroe's last Saturday night. business men's league to the Lake But. :. Andreu and J. M. Shaw transacted last Thursday.Mr. I YOU GET EXACTLY '
f' Mrs. J. C.: Raulerson and Miss Vio- ler board of trade. The Organization business at the county site last Sat- J. R. Hinsdale, of Jacksonville ; WHAT YOU PURCHASE 1
let Chapman, of Sampson City, were is certainly a help to a town and every urday afternoon.Mrs. was a visitor to Saxton and Lawtey, '
visitors to New River last Sunday I live business man should. take an interest H. L. Lewis returned home Saturday last Sunday. t I' :
Miss Tylithia Melvin spent the week in it. after spending several weeks Rev. James Strickland of
end at Brooker. I Mr. Harry Wood and Paul Swink, of with her mother at Orange Heights. was a visitor to Lawtey the Clay first Hill, I

Misses Amie Mackey, Lillie Crosby, r Gainesville, were visitors here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson enter- of last week. part I Quigley Lumber & ; :
V Miriam Adkins, Ruby Howard, Phyla Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, of tained quite a number of young folksat Mr. and Mrs. Zack Roberts, of St. Supply Coa o
Renfroe, and Mr. Jesse Thomas motored Starke, are spending several days with their home last Tuesday evening in George, Ga., were visiting relatives in
V .. over to Lake Butler Saturday af their aunt, Mrs. Pons, this week. honor of their Brother and wife, Dr. Lawtey last week. I
., ternoon. Mr. C. D. Moore, of St. and Mrs. L. Mr.
Petersburg, Colson, and their cousin, Henry Futch was
. V There will be Sunday school every one of our former telegraph operators, Miss Lillian Haddock. Music was ren business in Starke Tuesday.transacting I Starke
: : Sunday afternoon at Long Bridge. Everybody is pounding a few days here this week. dered by Mrs. L. Colson, Misses Olga Mr. E. E. Burney was I Florid :
V invited. Mr. and Mrs. W. M., Overstreet and Ward and Edyth Crosby, and interesting business in Jacksonville last transacting 1 ,! ,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker were Mrs. Ware motored over to Worthington ,: games were played until a late B. L. Blanchard was business'vis Monday. V

r transacting business in Lake Butler I Sunday V 1 hour. Those present on this occasion a -, "V- _ _ _- :::::;
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V Mrs. ,
..:, Wednesday afternoon. Onie Pons left Monday for 'were: Misses Eunice Hazen, Loca .V '
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:: -- I Atlanta where she went to buv her .Johnson! Julia Anderson. Edvth and - ---";
.;. MILLER. spring and summer millinery stock. Kuby Crosby, Olea and Thelma Ward., '""' ,
:1. ;r : V I Mrs.The J.four D. weeks Goodman old infant of Mr. and L! I Nellie Nabb andLillian Haddock, of ""I"I"" "" :
I died Hilliard
Monday at ; Messrs. Clyde Ward
. Eldon
; We are informed that Hons. C. S. I two o'clock p. m. Their many friends Baxter, Geo. Crosby, John Shaw, N. I Comer L. P ee k. #
: Barrett, J. L. Sheppard and L. M. i express their deepest sympathy to the G. Hall, Fred Hazen, Roland Anderson Julian. Peek'.' 1

: Rhodes will address the farmers >of: I parents. Durant Lamb, Rand Crews, and .
:, V Bradford county at Lake Butler on Mr. B. F. Finley, county commis- Gur.PiIlholster; Dr. and Mrs. L. Col : COMER .
j Thursday, March 1st. visitor sioner of here Baker county, was a business son, of Pensacola; and Mr. and Mrs L. PEEK & SON
Monday. G.
\V: V Mr. Barrett is of national reputation B. Colson. I J
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-has held the office of national president ti
" of the Farmers Union for several HAMPTON. n..
l' HILL. : <
He is well '
V years. versed on all sub- Real '
: jects that the farmer is interested in. I Estate i

i'- Mr. Rhodes is a member-elect of L. Watson, representing the Scotch We seldom I. > ;9J
ever the
I V Congress form Tennessee. He is a here Woolen Mills, of Jacksonville, was Pine Hill ilth dear see old Telegraph name of .*. 1 V farmer and knows the needs of the Wednesday; looking after the since our sister village
-! farmers.Mr. business interests. of his firnf. been has f:

Sheppard is state president of R. R. Wynn, a former citizen* city of making'such inhabitants.strides However to become a Unimproved farm i w
Hampton, but of we are lands
. the Florida Division of the Farmers shaking hands with now friends Starke here, was not jealous, for we know that we will throughout Bradford Countyj t.e
i': during always be 4
Union. on the
He lives in West Florida, and the week. map for we are one "
""'- i V he has had ample Rev. W. F. of the most modern and up-to-date and in northern ci
opportunity to study LaRowe, who has recently rural part of Alachua qj .
: i;:_ the boll weevil .and is therefore in a been called to the pastorate of- districts in the county and is County.Stock 4
'. V position to tell the Christian church here populated by the most generous and
i us something that may conducted noble
"' be of benefit to us. services at Raiford Sunday. hearted people to be found any- $ .
4... ,where and was once famous
. Mrs.
These men are making a tour of the Nauright, of Raiford, motored trade center in the as a *
'. statein the interest of the farmer over to Hampton Sunday evening and Ye scribe pioneer days. Ranches hebu
had the Improved
t, delivered an address in the pleasure of at- Farms :
therefore, we should meet them and the W. C. T. U. The of tending a family reunion and birthday Recent: Lots in
: hear what they have to say. ising for a live union at prospect this is pro- dinner:., on last Sunday, Feb. 11th, the i Starke Turpentine ,

'. ,'. Everybody. come. both farmer and A mid-week prayer meeting haR'place.hon Mr.occasion being the 83rd birthday of and Timber &nds and
"V. business man. Dont forget the date organized at both the BaptiSti the John G. Colson.. onp.--- nf-- nm. _I"V"M4VYI .- pr
and place-March 1st at Lake Butler. Christian churches, and will hold bears highly respected citizens. Mr. Colson Waterfront Lots
ser- the Shore
distinction on
i. We are pained to announce that Mr. vices on each Wednesday and thurs- of two of being a soldier of Kingsley.V
1.: : E. H. Douglass is seriously ill. His day evenings, respectively. in the Indian wars He served with honor I visA!
..-.' Rev. H. E. Ridenour war of '1855$, also in :
V ... many hope for him a speedy filled his regu- the war between the I inc
lar states.
appointments here He is a
: recovery. Sunday.G. Saturday and grand old man, is loved and .>
:If' Mr. W. 0. Brooks, of Providence by all who respected Thirty.We Years
V W. Hicks know him and is still Real Estate in i
passed through our community one to Starke Monday.was a business' visitor joying fairly good health. en- You Business Here Fits Ua to Give iI
,VV4 day last week. There were about FULL VALUE ;i.
Mr. For .
Mrs. J. B. Crowe, of persons pres- Your sec
:.f J. D., the little boy of Mr. and Mrs. hurg, Mo., were visitors here ent, including his sons, Dr. Lem Colon Money. ;
.1. W. L. Douglass, had the misfortune the week. during s and family of Pensacola; Dr. J. H. 1\-iI"-; dajPr
i to fall from a fence on to a stick, making Rev. John Mullady is Colson and family, of Gainesville; and l' .40 f "f was
conducting Messrs. IISr
J.. a gash in the side of his neck. Dr. series of revival services at Oconee a B. Colson J. J. Colson of New River; G. COMER the
: Witt, of Providen.ee summoned Ga., this week. F. L. Colson, of, Brooker; B. C., P. S. and L. PEEK & SON.*< edl
V and dressed the wound. The child is Extensive repairs and improvements i ; Mr. and Mrs. with their families .
".;' are being made the Wiley Kelley and WilT
doing on
nicely. Hampton Hotel. 4 d[:laughter. The immediate STARKE
. c. J. S. Brown made a business trip to ifornia Mrs.,L.was E. Roof a business, of Santa, Rosa, Cats on, of Fort White, who was family prevent-were :-: FLORIDA I nooiinvr
Dukes Tuesday morning. here e d on I
; during the week. account of sickness, 'and J. c
d a ..1 %
laughter .
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