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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 23, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38: STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1917 NUMBER 34. K


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VACCINATION "CLEAN UP.AND AUSTRIA MUST I"FIGHTING FRED" FOOD PEDDLERS LIQUOR CANNOT




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OVER 1,000 HEAD OF HOGS MARCH 1 AT COURT HOUSE I TO GET ATTITUDE FRANCISCO FOR BURIAL ON ACCOUNT HIGH PRICES ED BY A 4 TO 1 MAJORITY ;

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GA. BANKER WANTS TO MAKE PROPOSE A "GET TOG$TIIER" MUST STATE WHETHER HER ASSURANCES WAS CAPTOR OF AGUINALDO ]. MARCH TO CITY HALL AND DEMAND ONE-THIRD. CONTINENTAL U. t

SAME. ARRANGEMENT AS BANK MOVEMENT-EVERYONE EX- GIVEN SOME TIME AND PRINCIPAL FIGURE IN ACTION-PEDDLERS S. HAS BEEN Al>DtD TO THE

OF STARKE FOR BRADFORD. PECTED TO TAKE PART. AGO ARE STILL BINDING. MANY DARING DEEDS. SAY THEY ARE VICTIMS TOO 1 "BONE DRY" TEI RITORY.


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The hog vaccination campaign in- Thursday evening, March 1st, thereis LONDON, Feb. 21.-A Vienna dispatch SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Feb. 20.- NEW YORK, ;Y.: Feb. 20.-City I: WASHINGTON. Feb.:

augurated by the Bank of Starke, to be held at the court house a mass via Amsterdam says Ambassador The[ body of Major General Frederick authortities today renewed efforts to 21.-Absolute

through the Inter-State Vaccine Com- meeting to organize a "Clean Up and Penfield has delivered a note to Funston, who died suddenly last night curb the rising cost of food which was prohibition legislation thok its longest

pany, of Kansas City, Mo., is growingin Paint Up" campaign for Starke. Each the ,Austrian foreign minister askingfor will be taken to San Francisco tonightfor responsible for three riots yesterday forward stride in the r tion's history

extent; and the company's expertsare and every resident of Starke is invit- clear and final definition of the burial. Short services will be held The commissioner of weights and today when the house, after two hoursof

the day. Several hun- ed and urged to be present. All of us Austria-Hungaria submarine policy. at Fort Sam Houston this afternoonand measures appealed to state commissioners -I uproarious debate, approved by a

bed on go in every the eastern of the who walk Starke's streets realize the Penfield's request asks what is the the body will then be conveyed to of agriculture and departmentsof four to one majority a irate measure
hogs part
need for such a campaign. standpoint of the Austrian submarineand the Southern Pacific station to await food and markets throughout the which would raise an ironclad] barrier
have been vaccinated
.and county during the already latter part of the -, The-School and Civic Club, assisted whether assurance given in the the train for the west. It will be accompanied :country to co-operate in bringing food against i importation !of liquor into pro- .f

.week the extendingtheir present by the various other organizations, Ancona and Persia incidents are to be by Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, aide supplies to New York. The situation: hibition states. It is expected to receive ;;,
experts are
work to the western part of the and backed by the municipal authori- regarded as changed or withdrawn. It to General Funston, and a guard of six resulted from an unprecedented jump the approval of President Wilson '

ties, are at the head of this movement, is understood the foreign minister will enlisted men. Mrs. Funston is at her in the price of staples, particularly within a week, adding i mediately to
in the Brooker
section county. Thursday(They were and will be in the and they are anxious that everybodyshall examine the request carefully and reply home in San Francisco with her three and onions, variously ascnbed potatoes the "bone dry" territory about one- r

Lake Butler section today and tomor- join and make it 'an unqualifiedsuccess. children, and requested the body be to short crops, heavy demand, a:;>ecu- third The of continental regarded .
sent there for burial. provision is the
lation and ; as
railway .
congestion.The
the end of the week they will
row. By No town of its size has more refined, Under Orders General Funston died from harden- indignation of housewives in the most far-reaching that could be enacted -
Acting
have treated about 1,000 head of hogs, Washington
.: inteligent and educated people; and no ing of the arteries of the heart. Al- lower East Side of Manhattan and the by the federal government and as
'of
the middle week
and by next they town of its size is in Washington, Feb. 21.AmbassadorPenfield sweeping as would be
a much worse though quickly removed( to a room Williamsburg and Brownsville districts possible under
will be through with the orders far under -
so is in-
state of negligence I: is time we acting explicit where restoratives were attempted, after of Brooklyn overflowed when any method short of national; prohibi-

received.If looked this in the face and made some structions in requesting Austria to his collapse in the lobby of a hotel produce peddlers quoted potatoes from tion amendment. It world cut off entirely -
others who wish to have
there are state her submarine attitude. Such
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plans whereby our shortcomings while talking to friends, he was five to liquor amounting
their may pro- seven cents a pound and onions impcItati'fs
treated
; they should send in instruction Vienna
hogs was sent ten days
to
be remedied. nounced now of
dead almost instantly. He from 15 dollar annually, instates
; their for the service at it is have to 18 cents. The police esti-
once. and been
requests ago possible they
. Just now while the paving is being suffered from an attack of acute indi- mated that at least 1,000 took to the large number o>' which
Other to call for reinforced in view the women
places are beginning of in ob-
delay
have
completed is the time to take hold and gestion about two weeks ago and was part in the riot in Brownsville. Push- forbidden nianuf; eture or sale

the experts and they will remain here clean up. To do this in a systematicway taining a response. The state depart- under care of a physician. He had apparently carts were overturned and but have permitted importation for
set afire
j there is work for them ment officials however declined dis-
long as to
only ao that personal use. I
results may be really worth recovered from this and was and vegetables doused with kerosene. w
'i The In of letter this
to do. are receipt a cuss phase.
while it is vitally necessary that we in good spirits last night. Nevertheless There were similar elsewhereand -
scenes

i from A. P. Brantley,, president of the "get together" and plan. The idea is he was particular at dinner ]last the NEW
police had their hands full dispersing RIVER.
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Blackshear Bank at Blackshear Ga.
): to elect a chairman, secretary and LONG BRIDGE. night to eat sparingly, saying he feared the angry women. ,
ana one of the South's largest cotton -
treasurer of the another attack.
p if he make the general campaign. In Manhattan the push cart men met Mr. and Mrs.
buyers, asking can W. MJ Parker '
Then appoint committees to take in The trouble that caused his death, the situation were
with,the Little Miss Lois Drake and brother, by calling a mass meet business
. arrangement transacting in ake
t' for same Pearce county that was made company bj. charge the various departments of the Louie, of Rising, spent a few days with] i Lieutenant Colonel Ireland said, first ing last night. They explained that last Thursday. .J Butler on

work. We will need committees on finance their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. appeared some years ago but was not onions cost them as high as $5 a bag 1
the Bank of Starke for the farmers of Mrs.
. considered B. J. Sapp and son, M. J.
"Bradford Mr. publicity, laws and ordinances, Merritt, last week. dangerous. and potatoes $10 a barrel. The crowd Sapp,
county. Brantley states vacant lots, streets and alleys, sanita- General Pershing will relieve Gen- was kept at were visitors to Brooker Saturday. '
Mr. S. C. Crews was a business vis- a high pitch of excite-
" he is confident four five ad-
that or tion, inspection and fire prevention, itor to Lake Butler Saturday. eral David Hill Barnum of the southern ment by speakers who complained that Mrs. Sapp was called to the bedside of
;, joining counties will want to make the and district when he here her brother, Mr. Jack Pinholster.
public dump carting, garbage disposal Those who were on our sick list lasf arrives temporarily they were unable to buy enough foodat
with the
same arrangement company. drainage, fly and mosquito extermination week were, :Messrs. I. L. Merritt and in charge. The movement of: the present prices to give their Mr. Calhoun Barry spent last Sun-
, J. A. Clark of Neals Alachua
, county, planting and sodding, etc. Donald Adkins. Both are recovering troops will not be delayed. families the proper nourishment. The day in Graham.Mr. .
in for the treatment '
telephoned a request The idea further-is to so advertisethe rapidly. General Funston came here from meeting appointed a committee to call M. L. Johns made a flying trip
of 50 head of hogs Wednesday
I L' movement in the newspaper, pic- Mr. R. F. Merritt was a business San Francisco in Feb. 1915, as south- on Mayor Mitchell today and demand to Putnam Hal\ Saturday night.
afternoon. J. R. Boring of Waldo is
ture shows, school and in the streets visitor to Starke last Tuesday. ern department commander. Since that he "get busy." Mr. Donald Adkins, who has been
much interested in the matter tha'he
i so is undertaking to organize the generally that no one will have as an The debate was splendid last Friday; mobilization of the national guard folbwing Commissioner Hartigan in his letter very sick is rapidly improving.

excuse that "I didn't know." Mer- night. Quite a large crowd attendeeDon't Villa's raid on Columbus, N. to food authorities of the different "Mr. B. F. Renfroe was visitor to
: swine of that section into a
owners a chants will be to advertise M., in March, 1916, he had commanded
expected states
asked what Lake
- to have the forget to come at 6:30: sharp, every steps they were Butler Saturday afternoon. P
spend
movement experts
, display and run special sales those the largest gathered in a single -
few there. From these circum- on Friday night at the Long Bridge army taking to organize producers and hand- Mr. Jesse Thomas spent last Sunday
a days things which will be of in the department since the Civil war.
use car- school house. lers of foods for the purpose of reduc- in Valdosta.]

stances for it the will service be seen elsewhere that the is demand in-- rying on of the campaign. This campaign Mrs. Wa1drup,- of Lake Butler, the General Funston saw active servicein ing costs. "This information," he said Mr. P. A. Williams and son, E. W.

is a frank alliance of altruism home demonstration Cuba, both in the Cuban army and "is sought for in the event of Williams
: citizens agent, was in our any abnormal spent last Saturday in Put-
that those of I
and our
creasing
and good business and should make with the United States volunteers in
a midst last Friday looking for girls to ; food conditions arising by rea- nam Halil. '
. who want their hogs treated must act most pertinent appeal to representative join the tomato club. She secured sev- the Philippines and at Vera Cruz, son of extrordinary results accruing Mr. P. M. Padgett and Mr. Walter
promptly in the matter. business men banded together to where he commanded the American ex from "
obvious
I eral new members, also several old causes. Townsend, of Lake Butler, were in
. A point that probably has not been
boost for the entire community.It pedition.
memberships restored.Mr. The statement that New York was New River last Saturday.
made altogether clear is the length of is not a new thing. In hundreds the
greatest logical food market in the Messrs.
Gurney Crews and Miss Anna P. A. Williams, J. B. Ren
I. time that hogs treated with both virus
of towns and cities last the HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL.
year cam- world was added to the froe E. W.
' by suggestionthat Williams
and B.
Belle Clemons had F. Ren-
i .. and serum are immuned from cholera: a narrow escape
paign conducted with the most
It is claimed that the immunity is for: was last Sunday afternoon while out driv- "much aid can be given producers froe motored over to Lake Butler Sun-
III marked and marvelous improvements ing. The horse became frightened and Lower First 'Grade-Elzie Austin, growers and shippers in your state day afternoon. >
life and the instructing <
experts are
. owners, that they need never have t as results. From time to time the Tel- ran away, tearing the buggy completely Carl Mott, Elizabeth Kendrick, Louise who can find the New York city mar- Mr. Floyd Green, of Starke, was a

i safe egraph expects to print some of the results up. The occupants were not hurt. Stewart, Virginia Weeks. ket a convenient and profitable outlet visitor to New River Sunday after r
hogs treated again, that they are
'i attained by other towns throughout for their products." noon. j t
t from cholera the balance of their lives the Advanced First Grade-George Kite,
country. A RUN-AWAY BOY. Beatrice Howe, Curtis Johns. Dealers said that within a year the Remember Sunday school every Sun-
Here are a few of the things we wholesale price of potatoes had ri'en day afternoon at Long Bridge begin-
Second Grade-Isla Edwin
"THE DEESTRICT SKULE AT Poppell,
propose accomplishing: Sanitary from $3.25 to
$9 per sack cf 1C5 ning at 3:30.: Everybody
come.
i BLUEBERRY CORNERS'Will homes and business buildings. A more Ellery Manning, 16-year old son of Gardiner, Mildred Dubose, Fred Ents- pounds. The price of onions sin.-e 1)EC.

, ; attractive ]looking town. A spirit of D. W. Manning, of Starke, left home minger, Lester Austin, Bertha Wilson 11, 1916, from $3 to $15.50 for 100 LOOK AFTER THE SEPTIC TANKS-

I I Be Played This Evening at School greater self respect. Higher civic last Saturday night and nothing has Jessie Strickland, Sammy Sternberg, pounds.

I Auditorium. standards. Without organization of since been heard from him. The par- David Mitchell. Housewives Storm City HaU: '

i This evening (Friday) at the high effort, without co-operation, these ents are very much distressed on account Third Grade Myrtle Hodges, Lois The voice of housewives unable to Acting on the Telegraph's remark,
of the and Williams. to: that effect, the city fathers have
cannot be secured. do boy's departture
things They
I school auditorium, "The Deestrict food
bry was heard in the seat of ,
1 I Skule at Blueberry Corners' will be not "happen." A campaign must be a would be glad to have information of Fourth Grade-Alma Sapp, Vandi government today when city covered up the sewer j.ipes: laid bare
J this his whereabouts. Williams, Isabel Fernandez, Free a delegation: in Alligator swamp and built a fence
'get together" movement. For
i
f; the slci' the
med
presented to public. city "we
j The is 16 of Wynn Marie Parker Stewart hall screaming around the septic tank. But as the liquid -
- Some of Starke's most dignuV purpose we want all of to attend young man years age Leroy writ bread."
Stare
: this meeting at and rather well grown for his age, be- Fred Mott, Ira Wilson. in the tank is alive with "w
J 1 grown people will represent characters They came to place their plight before "
about 5 and 6 inches tall and Fifth Grade-Elizabeth Brownlee jletails, a close screen'should cover'
ing
eight o'clock. The ladies of the School feet, ,
fail to
m this comedy. Do not see Mayor Mitchell. Many came.'
and Civic Club will greet you gladly weighing about 125 pounds. lie has Julian Canova, Comer Long, Nellie the tank to prevent the breeding of
Hezekiah the teacher, Lai ies. They swarmed
i" Pendergrass, tea stepsand
hair blue When he :Mott Louise Andrews. up mosquitoes. The tank just west of the
light and
when you come, entertain you and : eyes. _
i and the school board composed of Joh tried to push their way into :fe
.. Hampton road should also
be fenced
serve with delicious refreshments left home he wore a cap, a black coat Seventh Grade-Paul Canova. 1
, Billiker, Simeon Smith and Chairmani you building.! Policemen shut the pates and screened.
and blue trousers. Information Grade-Alice Thornton.A .
i Perkins;; also Miss Dashaway, BelindaSharp before you leave. Everybody, man. I cerning his whereabouts con-will Eighth and from the basement where there is The putters an,) ditches into which
woman and child cordially invited; anddon't present ;
Luther BrovnSally police station
a rushed
Sally Simple, reserves
be thankfully received by D. W. Man- up the septic tank of the school house discharges -
. Brown, Bobby O'Lee, Samantha forget the date-Thursday evening CORRECTION. and restored order. The women were
should 1
March 1st, at the court house at ning, Starke, Fla. informed kept open so that 3 1
Dooht- that
ai.\ Fifer, Mehetable Jones, Dorcas Mayor Mitchell had not the be This
liquid can kept moving. it
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'-i tie; Sim Dipsey, Samuel Snooks, P.iv eight o'clock. Come and home help to make CAMERON BUSY. Editor Telegraph-Please give me yet arrived. cannot do now. Though the liquid from i#I
better town.
.1' id Snobs, _Faithful Snooks, Susan your home town a pace in your paper to correct an item The leader was Mrs. Ida Harris, the tank is clear, it is not ''chemically '1 1pure"
, Crowfoot Jeremiah Jenkinus Matilda From Rudyard Kipling's pen comes president of. the Mothers' Vigilant attested
headed "Convicts Escape," which stat- by any means, which is_
Billings, Billy Crowfoot, Jerusha Dick- the following statement that may be M. Cameron, the hustling deputy ed the convict inquired the way to Mr. league. She and three other women by the villainous odor from it where it f

Son, Ruth Ketchum, Mrs. Dipsey and applied to Starke's civic situation: sheriff, has during the last few days Epperson. The convict did not ask for were allowed to enter and await the stagnates. It is of no use to build expensive -

Mrs. Snooks. "It ain't the guns nor armament nor rounded up the following law breakers mayor's coming.
c._. Mr. Epperson, he only asked me if I sanitary fixtures if we, by not
This entertainment is for the bene- funds that they can pay, : knew Mr. Epperson. I told him, "Yes, "We are starving," Mrs. Harris told looking after them, allow them to be-

fit of the School and Civic Club, and But the close operation that makes John Albritton, a Worthington negro and he would soon see himI deliv- the mayor's bodyguard. "We demand come nuisances.

will afford an evening of amusement them win the day. for selling whiskey. He was tried ered the convict to Mr. Epperson in help from the mayor. We will not be ,..

' to all who attend. Come out, help a It ain't the individual, nor the army as by County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner person. The convict did not get any responsible for what happens if we CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

good cause and see the funniest play a"whole, Tuesday, was convicted and sentencedto directions from me. F. E. CHASE.G. don't get it."

1 cf the season. But the everlastin' team work of every three months in the road gang. The visitors were told that the mayor -

blowin' soul." would not be at his office today, but Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday by
John Simon, a negro, who had com-
W. CLYATT would arrange a meeting later. Evangelist LaRowe; subject, "The
i WOODLAWN. mitted larceny inJJelmore, Clay coun- Kindness and Gentleness of Jesus..
BUSY WEEK FOR STARKE. "Sweet Marie" Gans, one of Mrs.Harrison's .
ty. A charge of vagrancy was pre- party, addressed the wom- The subject for 7 p. m. will. be: "Nath-
Departed this life February 2, 1917,
ferred against him, and Judge Gar-
Mrs. Lawtey.visitedhere
R. K. Davis, of an's Parable..
at Pompano, Fla., in the 79th of en from the city hall steps and was
the first of the week. This has been a very busy week for diner gave him six months in the year For notice of lecture elsewherein
see
arrested for conduct. When
has his I had known him 45 disorderly
Starke. Work of paving been gang. age. years
Mr. J. S. Norman transacting
was this issue.
the took her from the hall
30 of them being associated with him police city
business in Jacksonville Tuesday.Dr. pushed as hard as circumstances per- George Frasier, a Dukes negro, had station for arraignment in court Mr. LaRowe expresses his thanks
in church work in Providence Baptist a
G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was a mitted and Call street is nearly com- stabbed another negro with a turpen- of for Sunday's large attendance and
to
church Bradford county. He had a group women attempted rescue
,
.professional visitor here Wednesday. pleted. With an energy never before tine hack. He was lodged in jail on strong personality and admirable her but were fought off and a guardwas cordially invites the public' to the ser

# Elder D. L.'Phillips was a business experienced here the property owners the charge of assault with attempt to many thrown around the hall. The vices.
have traits of character. He did his city
along the paved streets improved -
u visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. murder.
the and raised the side- best, as he saw it, for his family, women remaining near the spot con-
M. D. Davis was transacting business park way Mary Jane Scott, a colored damsel METHODIST CHURCH.
walks where raising was necessary, church and country. I found it easy tinued to shout, "we are starving, until -
in Lawtey Tuesday. have of Temples Mill had swatted Minnie to be his friend and brother in the mounted police scattered them. -

''in'Mr. S. J. Lewis, of New York, was not and where been such done,improvements it is on account of Mann in the head with a piece of stove Lord. He passed through the Civil| Meanwhile a mob of women gath- Rev. I. C. Jenkins, presiding elder of

our burg on business Wednesday. yet for laborer is wood, inflicting a severe scalp wound. war at the front and in a Federal prison ered around a produce market on the the Jacksonville district, preached a

t Prof. L. A. Davis, of the Wateroak in scarcity demand.We of. labor, every She is in jail awaiting arraignment. ; and made a success of business east side and began to overturn push most interesting sermon last Sunday _

section, attended preaching here Sun- since. liv- carts. Three were arrested.F. the Methodist church. In
1 commend this willing spirit and through the long years He evening at iI!
day.
it will extend to other much BAPTIST CHURCH. ed with the wife of his youth 50 years the afternoon Mr. Jenkins held a con-

Preaching at the Baptist church here needed hope improvements tending to make and she closed her eyes in death; and W. Budington, the well known ference, hearing reports from the

was well attended. After preaching spot. The morning sermon was followed they wrought out a heritage of honor naval stores operator at Middleburg, Starke and Hampton churches for the
beauty
c there were some fine singing conducted our city a with a baptismal service, three being for their children. He was blessed of lately] bought the business of the past quarter, and arranging for future ]

by Messrs. Davis of Heilbronn, and the Lord with life and in ripe Brooker Turpentine Company at work.
1 Wilson Messrs. D. L. Clyatt, H. N. Hodges, baptized, and at the evening service a long ,
of Alachua. Harrison and the hand of church fellowship was old age he heard the call, his spirit Brooker, this county. J.. E. Clemons, Mr. Jenkins is a young man of fine
N. H. Stokes George
t The Sunday school Sunday after- Richard, well known citizens of given. There will be the usual servi- mounted to realms on high; and the of Brooker, will manage the businessin education, and is full of enthusiasm

noon was well attended and.a:. fine program G. M.western of the county, were ces next Sunday' morning and even- world is poorer for his going. We are the future, succeeding J. M. Shaw, for the work of the ministry. Starkeis t

was rendered. All are cordiallyinvited the business part in Starke Wed- ing, to which the public is invited.W. bereaved, my brother, for earth has no who has had charge of it for several fortunate be included in Mr. Jen-
to attend each Sunday at 2:30) transacting like G. W. S. WARE. kins' district
G. LAW, Pastor. one just you. yean.
p. m. nesday. _
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It's too WONDERFUL
the guys
certainly are
I UNITED STATES SHOULD NOT GERMANY ORDERED STEAMER bad"We though, that the poor brute did LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS WHAT 18 ?
i: MAKE A SEPARATE FIGHT DEMOBILIZATIONOF DISABLED IN BOSTON PORT ,
the testing. -

Should Join the-Entente, Else- May Ship's Engine -Room Machinery Put t of cab- Apply a Few Drops Then Lift LAXFOSInLAXroS

_14' Have to Fight Germany Alone. BORDER BOYS Out of Commission by Engineer. bage Frequent are made small from shipments this city. Corns or Calluses Off With :

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NEW YORK. Feb. 19.-Unless the BOSTON, Feb. 17.-Admission that Fingers-No Pain. LAX-FOS is an jm rQYed C :7

United States joins officially with the MLLBESTARTED the German ships in American ports (a tonlc"Jautn; ) peamt! to .
KeepingYourselfWellHOW t
: entente allies, this country may find itself had been damaged on orders from the No humbug! Any corn, whether the Cascara!' ?.:! f
at war with Germany after peaceis German government was made in fed- hard, soft or between the toes, will the addition of cMt.f! htrtI11ess!pr !j
made in Europe! eral court here this morning by Captain YOU GET SICK loosen right up and lift out, without a teals which increa- the cti
z That such a situation is possible is NO CONNECTION WITH THE Chas. A. Polack, of the North Ger- overload your particle of pain or soreness. Cascara, making it betteCascara. efiiciencytfi: ;'

the opinion of Prof. Ellery C. Stowellof man Lloyd steamer Kronz Princessin stomach Sometimes with yon rich foods. Tour This drug is called freezone and is a L.\X-hJSis pt thanorS nt
PRESENT GERMAN CRISIS
Columbia University, foremost au- Cecile. He said that he had been or- life may be an for active all one eat and thus Buta compound of ether ,discovered by a and does tot gripe nor dist 1rb to'b! '
thority in America internationallaw dered officially connected you may care you Adapted to children '
on by persons few days of Inactivity show your Cincinnati man. as well U 1dIJ
and author of "The Diplomacy of FUNSTON BELIEVES THE 50,000 with the German embassy in the Unit- system awake does not in the call morning for so much.tired. Ask at any drug store for a small Just try one bottle for constipstim !

the War of 1914." REGULARS CAN HOLD DOWN ed'States to disable the machinery of Your You body feels heavy; you know bottle of freezone, which will cost but -- ..

"It may be possible for our government his ship. He said that this was doneto you are not has up not to the cared mark.for Your the a triflle, but is sufficient to rid one'sfeet
to enter the war without speci- MEXICANS ON BORDER. prevent the use of the ships by the overload.digestion Part of it remains. It of every corn or callus.
;" fically signing the allied agreementnot United States in case of war with Ger generates gas that Inflames theoutttheedigeettlVe few
They fall to pour Put a drops directly upon any.
to make separate terms of peace WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.-Orders many. fluids and neglect. tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly I
w -but there must be at least unofficial Although he declined to give the to absorb the life-giving elements.You and shortly
were issued by the War Department know something Is wrong. the soreness disappears -
co-operation with the allies and a distinct today directing General Funston to be- names of any of those who had given Your body gets weak, and soon the corn or callus will loosen and
l'
understanding that their cause is gin the immediate demobilization of him the orders, he said that he was in opportunity Is.offered for some severe it can be lifted off with the fingers. ,.
illnes. ,
, ours, if satisfactory is to be Hoboken N. J. when he received the O
a peace Taken In time, the Indigestion
all guard: units remaining in border This drug freezone doesn't eat out
i I obtained," said Prof. Stowell. i order, and he telegraphed the chief engineer would not become serious. First remove
t I
camps, and it is expected that the last the overload; then soothe the 'the corns or calluses but shrivels them O'LD'I
l I "Otherwise there would be no rea'i here to disable the machineryas membranes; then build up the I I
troop train will be on its north by sore without even irritating the surrounding -
way
son why the allied governments and much as possible.The weakened body. It's simple to say, RUBBER COPPER
March 7.General. need skin.
do. You
bu t nottoo easy to
: the central should not make work of destruction doneon geestion
was
: S' powers Funston still will have near- A tonic that will quicken Just think! No pain at all no sore- TIRES
soothe the ; BRASS
peace, leaving the United States still January 31 and February 1. In declining help remove waste
at ly 50,000 regular troops, on plans soreness and arouse the systemthat's ness or smarting when applying TUBES
with
war Germany. Then the Ger- to give the names of those who what need. LEAD
worked out by the General Staff. The just you afterwards. If druggist don'thave'
man government could concentrate its I him the orders, Captain Pollack Peruna has an enviable record in or your
full force command includes all of the troops gave this respect. It has aided many freezone have him order it for SCRAP
against us. who were in Mexico, and their distribution said that he as an officer of the Ger- thousands In the last century to RAG

I "If America wishes to attain the objects man navy might be tried for treason in overcome Just these conditions and you. ((62) BONEf
t for which she would the along the border was carriedout he He also said tht> serious sickness.
enter under the direction of Gen. Eben Germany if did so. The tablets form is convenientfor
war, that is, protection of her citizens Swift, who was with the Pershing ex- that the order to disable the steamerwas regular administration.ManallaA. Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell SEDITIOUS WE RENT Pi eIP.ir

j f under international law, it is almost'I pedition. General Pershing will remain given in the presence of Capt. vLAAAJj IFV Tablets are everybody. Advertise Write For Phcdist
I inevitable that .she must enter into at El Paso. Moller, superintendent of the North laxative the ideal and

some understanding with the entente Secretary of War Baker German Lloyd. I PlK/IlSUlA' HUAI.(Q
emphasized Theythave
J I SPRING
I powers. The federal hearing is being held on I TERM REVIEW COURSE
that the withdrawal of the state no unpleasant 657 EBAY
.* "President Wilson, in his utterances a petition for the sale of the vessel. effects JAClSOHvtur.f\A:
t troops is in no way connected with thE Council April 2 June 1 1917
far has ,
so taken scrupulous care to and formno
crisis with Germany, but carries out _
( \ avoid the of sides a habits.
a appearance taking
,- policy determined The lOc and 25c. write for and full information.
with the allied governments, even on long ago. LOST HUNTERS GAMBLED WITH catalogue Piles Cured Jr. o to 14 Dtys
t' though he has emphatically insisted order was issued after General Fun- DEATH IN GRIM POKER GAME The PCoColulllbu.*. O. JOHN B, STETSON UNIVERSITY Your drnxcfet will rtfund Boner
\' t ston had reported that with the new OINTMENT fails t, cure tnyci 01 ftJS?
Germany must respect our rights. Blind Jllerdi n if or ft jt rudm g Pile in .
disposition of regulars he felt that he DELAND FLORIDA idm:
{ .
"For The first spp'-icatioa
t myself, I feel America has on- gives Eue&IIdat. ... '
'.;. r ly kept out of this conflict so far, not had enough men to meet any border Let Fate Decide Which Should Be the .
: exigencies that
might arise. The
because Americans did not agree that number Man to Test Poisoned Flour.A t :
of guardsmen remaining and to be 7 i
it "
was our concern, but because they ""'
demobilized under today's order is
; I felt so sure that the
entente allies,
about 53,000. f"i
without our assistance, could bring thrilling tale of a poker game in
Germany to terms; and they felt also Administration officials are under- which two hunters gambled with death Comer LI Peek Julian L Peek I
k that the whole situation, even thoughit stood to have been convinced by the reports has just come out of the Rocky Moun ;

I one did which touch grew American primarily interests out of, was Eu- Department of special and observers the army for that the whileit State sey tains.and Several Samuel months Wilson ago started Frank Dor-out COMER L. PEEK & SONV

ropean conditions. may be possible for Villa and Zap- from Kentucky to get a few grizzlies. I[

"Notwithstanding out interest in defending ata followers to commit minor depre- When they landed in the Bitter Roots,
r Belgium from invasion in defiance 'dations in the sparsely setled region they failed to connect with the guide ,
of international law, have west of El Paso, there is little possi- and took the wrong trail. A blinding

felt that we should limit our many action to bility of a recurrence of raids in the snowstorm came on, and night found Real Estate

an attempt to end the conflict by an lower Rio Grande country.It them facing a mountain stream, withan
also is desired that the Carranza
opportune offer of good offices. The old deserted prospertor's cabin just .1
.r possibility of continuing in that atti- government be embarrassed as little as opposite and a felled tree stretching
tude has apparently passed." possible in its efforts to control Mex- across.

ico. The reduction is expected bv offi- In crossing they spilled one of their ..
SUBMARINE'S RECORD EXPLOIT. cials here to prove a beneficial effecton packs on a rock in mid stream, and its Unimproved farm lands throughout Bradford County '. il

relations between the two countries contents became pretty wet. Later,

especially just now, when diplomatic when a roaring fire was going, they and in northern of Alachua
Sinks Five Vessels in Twenty-Four intercourse is being resumed. discovered that a package of strych- r part County. I

Hours. Ambassador Fletcher is, expected to nine which they had brought along for
call at the :Mexican foreign office Mon- wolf-baiting, had broken when the 1

: i BERLIN, Feb. 18.It is officially day to present his credentials. A mem- pack fell, and they feared that it had
w 1'1. announced that one German submarine orandum on the killing of three Amer- soaked through the only sack of flour Stock Ranches
t within twenty-four hours sank one icans south of Hachita, N. M., is being they had. Their bacon and other eatables Improved Farms, Resident Lots in .

'.r- auxiliary cruiser of 20,000 tons gross, prepared here and will be forwarded to were in another pack and were
% two auxiliary cruisers or transport him early next week, with instructionsthat not harmed. Starke, Turpentine and Timber Lands and

I steamers of 13,600 tons each, and one he make representations to the The snow kept falling until it was ,

i, transport steamer of 4,600 tons. defacto government. six or more feet deep. Within five Waterfront Lots
a L Six steamers and one sailing vessel days the marooned hunters had eaten on Shore of Kingsley.

:. totalling 25,000 tons, were sunk Feb- DEMOREST STOCK CO. the larger portion of their bacon, all

ruary 13. One steamer carried 1,000 their crackers and most of the canned

1. tons of wheat, 1,500 tons of hay, and Preparing For Tenting Season and stuff. It began to look as if starvationwas t4
T. 2,000 tons of oats and one steamer cart near. Tobacco, some lit-
i Will sugar a Thirty-six Years
Play in Starke. Real Estate
; Business
r Tied kerosene for England. A submarine tle bacon and the sack of poisoned Here Fits Ls to Give '

i r. has brought in three captains, two flour alone lay between the men and a You FULL VALUE For Your Money.
:
1 engineers and one wireless operatoras i Robert Demorest, the head of the diet of cold snow. And the storm nev- ;

prisoners. Demorest Stock Company, giving the- er slackened.
's ; Two of the steamers were armed. atrical representations' the country Finally the pinch of hunger made .

I _____ eight or nine months of the year, them glance questioningly at the sack COMER
x Some Style to This. spends the winters at his Starke sub- of poisoned flour. L. PEEK & SON

i Berlin, Feb. 17.-Details of the sinking urban home with a part or all of his "There must be a lot of that stuff
i by a German submarine of the company of actors. Mr. Demorest is that isn't tinctured with strychnine," STARKE

Italian steamship Bisagno, of 2,522 |now busy getting up the furniture, fix- said Dorsey. :-: FLORIDA
tons gross, in the Atlantic Ocean Jan- tures and scenes for his new tent. This "Sure?" answered the other, "Do

uary 12, are printed in the Italian pa- tent will be the finest that money can you want to try it?" t .
per Ideal Nazional, says the Overseas buy and so large as to seat 1,400 peo- "No, I can't"say that I do, but I'don't I %%

: News Agency. The Bisagno was stopped ple. As his representations are very mind sitting around while you =

t according to the popular, it is expected that the capac- do a bit of experimenting. Hold on, .
four warning shots. Because newspaper of,the by ity of the tent will be taxed to its ut- though; that would be hardly fair. ', -'". <
.: .. .
most at times. What do to of -
rough seas the steamer was then or- you say a game poker- }
;' Over in the and the loser bakes from that N.T.RITCH.Prei."" ...
dered to approach within five miles of Demorest addition to flapjacks W. T. WEEKS f,;:
Vice-Pre
;. the Spanish coast, where the sailors Starke a squad of men are busy mak- sack and samples them first?" *. J. H. RITCH, Cubist- g
t
; ,, ,- were advised by the submarine ing comfortable and handsome seats. "It's a go," laughed Wilson, "and
'f. ." to throw themselves into commander the- At the old Hopson Theatre, which has you're the gent that will do the samp-

water. The men were then rescued by been rented for the purpose, Mr. Dem- ling. If you fail to keel over and die, 'Bradford
the U-boat and later were transferred orest and assistants are busy making we won't starve for a while yet. County Bank

r. .. to the Dutch steamer Gesterland, carrying the frames for new scenes, stretchingand The grim game began, with matches i
4 i't them to Falmouth. sizing the canvas and making mi- for chips. Never did the two men play
,. nor stage accessories. There can also more cautiously. Describing the scene '

NUMISMATIC be found William Depew, a scenic ar- later, Wilson said: Bradford County's Financial
-COLLECTION. tist. Mr. Depew is a master of his "When the affair got pretty well Stronghold.

When N. D. Wainwright, Jr., returned art. Oil paintings of landscapes which along, I told him, '111 raise you two I
tt home from Santo Domingo he would attract favorable attention in a i chips just to see what's in you."
; brought with him a good many coins picture gallery and which would re- 'I'll see that bluff he remarked, Report of condition at the close of business December 31st

of silver and copper, as well as paper quire months to paint, he paints in a 'and raise you one. Come on in and 'I
; money, of different nations, which he day or two. Of such paintings he has, get your feet wet.: 1916, as made to the State Comptroller.
had procured from seafaring men. Fe at this writing, finished two. One is "'Well,' I said, Til bet the rest of :C

showed his collection to J. W. Morgan I I a mountain scene to be placed over a mine. Feel that chill coming over :5.t
and as Mr. Morgan himself has mantel and is a faultless piece of work. you?' RESOURCES

quite a number of foreign coin fig I The other is a very large picture for I' I call,' he answered, shoving in Loans and Discounts 159062.60 LIABILITIES ;

well as obsolete American coins !and ..the curtain, It represents the "Mount the rest of his pile. Bradford County School Warrants Capital Stock t 25000.00 ;

v.4 bills, they agreed to pool their hold- I of the Holy Cross," in the Colorado!I 'Then I showed down a king full, on Town of Starke Bonds 26045.22 Surplus and Undivided Profit 1 13,738.31 Ii:

I- ings and exhibit the collection in Mr. Rockies, and the sketch WftS made from jacks, and raked in the matches.;. I 2,000.00 Cashier's Checks Outstanding '73.90 '
Morgan's show window.A I nature by Mr. n peW. To theatre The nrt morning Dorsey got some Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Deposits -

study of this collection is very interesting goers the view of the picture alone will of the flour and baked the flap-jacks, Other Real Estate Owned 5,861.50 257,003.85
;: I be worth the admission price. The while his companion looking into
,_ as coins all the way from the Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured
the fire. When they were done he deliberately 1 103.98
will -
t 1 Hudson Bay country to Greece and the scenes be the most complete and
Philippines are found among it One handsome carried by any tent theatrein bit out a mouthful to se if Cash on Hand and in Banks' ,628.92 1
the country. it tasted bitter. He swallowed, and !
r Haitian coin presents the picture of TOTAL ,
Toussaint L'Ouverture, the founder of The Demorest Stock Company will Dorsey looked anxiously for symp- 295816.06 TOTAL 29581606. -'
the black republic, while another Hai- open for a week's engagement March toms. Nothing hapened. He bit in- ; lJ
1
tian coin bears the' face of a white 19th. Ona Demorest will be the leading to each of the others, but after 2' min- modern .g

r" woman. Some of the coins are very lady and all the personnel will be utes of mental strain, the only effect Every facility for the most satisfactory transaction oft I :

old, and in great contrast to them is a new. A great treat is in store for noticeable was mental nervousness.At business is offered
t Starke lovers.MEETING last the men concluded that the by us. Absolute
new, bright American half dollar play safety, perfect convenience, 4 I ,
middle of the sack not harmed _
struck in 1917. Besides the coins are was by prompt service are all afforded
, the poison, and lived for several day'son you by this Bank. "'. ;
*a bayonet and other curious from the AT CORINTH.A ;
T islands of the Spanish Main. the cakes. But the supply got low Your cordially
ka and the hardened edges of the once rT1 ; invited ,and you are Assured of outt

CLOSING OF SAXTON SCHOOL. revival meeting began at Corinth soaked flour grew thin. Just as it best times. .:... E ,
again became of r ; ,
a question starvationor
church Sunday night and will continue
Mr. R. S. Humphrey told the ,; '
;
repor- <
the .
using poisoned crust south ,
t a .;:j
until > <
next
Sunday night The *
ter that he was one of the hundred ser- wind set in, and it began to rain. The .;;;\ It
who attended the closing exercises at vices are conducted by Rev. P. M.
-'r snow melted fast. On the third day, .
Riggs, assisted by Rev. L. W. Kick- Bradford
Saxton school last Friday evening.
the barking of a dog, and up the can-
; liter. They well -
.o : Prof. Grambling;brought a successful are attended and do yon came their guide and a couple of Counts Bank
much
:: term to an end by a well carried out attended good.the services Those who have not yet friends, expecting to find the corpses
should do so. All
of recitations etc.
a program songs by of the snowbound men.
the pupils. A bolt for the ben- are welcome. Bradford j
supper
While they were packing they County's
efit of the church, in which the school discovered that the dog had eaten up the :F.: i LSfronghold. 1.Star. \ :'

was, held, brought in $24.05. Mr. The pump at the depot after gradual flapjacks which they had prepared f Jr -' + t'... ,
Humphrey is loud in his praise of two failing, has succumbed to the inev- their last meal. A few minutes later e; Jt-: 1 t o.
.
boxes of goodies he bought, one of itable. The Seaboard's manv customers the animal was taken with convulsions\ -- '" "" s -,'t- ""l'oL.. w'a ,.- _, ._ <,.';>.f.. .. _.
:; which was filled by Mrs. D. Forsyth hope a new pump will be in and : the Z,) {} 1.Z." >\< {'-: n ,-;
soon ded on spot. .. 4A;'.;.. .... MU,' .
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; and one by Miss Alice Tyler. stalled. "Talk about luck!" exclaimed Wilson .w"! < ...,,.ptio.ft'< st _

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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1917 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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the weather and sells for about $1.30a Citizens, by birth or choice of a BURNED SELF TO DEATH. PUBLIC NOTICE.
hundred. Work will be started at common country, that country has the
-
r New of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 1 1cr once on the first crop and the resultof right to concentrate your affections. --

the initial planting will be awaited That the U. S. government thoughnot MARSHFIELD, Wis., Feb. 19.- Notice is hereby given that S. H.

with interest. actually perfect, is one of the best Chris Kottmeyer, aged 54, was janitcrof Moore has withdrawn from the firm

Live State News] in the world, I have no doubt. the Adler Opera House building of of A. D. Andrews Mercantile Com-
The history of war is a history of this city. The other night he complained pany, incorporated, having been paid'
PENSACOLA.-Not trace of the
a false hopes and temporary expedients. of having a cold and feeling mis- for his shares of stock in merchandisefrom

I schooner Galatea, which disappearedso I. The great Searcher of human hearts erable. Next morning, as the ther- the store of the company. The

l Told by Our Exchanges. =.J mysteriously from her anchorage is my witness that I have no wish mometer dropped and the wind blew a business will be continued by the oth-

opposite Warrington Sunday night has which aspires beyond the humble and ga'e, the building became cold. er shareholders, and the said S. H. .
been discovered although effort is .
no
,
An investigation made ,Moore will ;n business in his
happy lot of living and dying a private was and engage
MAYO.-The south half of Lafayette MIAMI.-Frequenters of the Royal spared to locate the missing craft. citizen on my own farm. K-ottmeyer, burned to a crisp, was own account.A. .
county has voted a bond issue of I Palm dock were treated to an interesting Boats were sent to the spot where the Happy, thrice happy, shall they be
Galatea had been anchored, with in- found in the ash pit. He had crawledin D. Andrews ilercantile Co.
$250,000 for improvements of its 29 I sight yesterday when Mr. and pronounced. who have assisted in protecting -
miles of Dixie Highway and construc- Mrs. A. Mayer of Long Island City, returned struction to ascertain whether or not the rights of human nature, I so far that it was necessary to havea 2232t. RaSford. Fla.
of tributary roads. ; from day's her anchor cables could be found. No mason cut the wall to the
tion a fishing trip on and establishing an asylum for the get body
. board Captain Scott's charterboat Cor- success attended these efforts. The poor and oppressed of all nations and out. A coroner's jury decided that he To Cure a Cold la One Day
sair with one of the strangest catches same degree of mystery surrounded .religions.'Tis Tab LAXATIVE BROW Quinine. It
is stops the
CHIPLEY Washington county had committed suicide
the; disappearance of the vessel by broiling him- Cough and Headache sal
that has ever been in this yes- works OS the Cold.
seen vicinity.The
J site election March well. His last words.)
to have a county on terday as had obtained since Sunday ( self under the grates. Drnrgists. refund money if it fails to cure '
: 20th. Chipley, Vernon end possibly fish in question was described as $ W. GHOVE signature on each boa ZSc.
efforts made to find the
a Jumping Manitia, or Sunfish, and is although were FREE OF CHARGE. .
, other towns will be candidates. Chip- --- -
craft in the the beach and
bay, along ,
probably the largest one of the kind
113 ley is the largest town in the county that has incoming vessels were closely queried Any adult suffering from cough, coldor r.
'1 and will doubtless win out in the elec will ever been captured. The fish but no reports of the vessel were made bronchitis, is invited to call at the
I probably about four
, weigh hun-
tion. dred pounds and is about eight feet Along the waterfront the same degreeof drug store of C. P. Cason, Starke and A. L. CREWS)1-)1) F11

long and about six feet across. It is mystery and surmising prevailed, get absolutely freely, a sample bottleof
, JASPER-The body of Mrs. Helen almost round, with a large head that and fishermen all had some sore of an Boschee's German Syrup, a soothing -

, Pierce, a grand niece of Mr. B. F, resembles that of a manatee or sea opinion to advance relative to the pos- and healing remedy for all lung Blacksmith and
Moseley, of Madison, was carried to cow. sible fate of the missing Galatea. It troubles, which has a successful recordof WheelwrightPLOW

. Madison Wednesday at noon and laid was claimed that, if the vessel had fifty years. Gives the patient a

, to rest in Oak Ridge cemetery. Mrs. been stolen and taken out of port, the good night's rest free from coughing, WORK
Pierce was standing before the fireplace TAMPA.-J. E. Wray, a former act was committed by parties who : with free expectoration in the morn- A SPECIALTY

at her home in Jasper Saturday Methodist minister of Live Oak, Orlando knew that the vessel had not only been ing. 5

night, and her dress caught fire, and and Lakeland, was acquitted in the stocked for the cruise, but had been' Regular sizes, 25 and 75 cents. For All Work Guaranteed
before the fire could be put out, she federal court Thursday on a chargeof deserted, at least temporarily, by the sale by all dealers In civilized coun- ; 4

was so badly injured that death resulted mailing "certain letters" giving information crew, who were ashore. When the latter tries.

Tuesday nightPENSACOLA. where obscene literature returned to go aboard, they made L RAIFORD :-: FLORIDA

could be obtained. The court ordereda the astonishing discovery, and as yet Trespass cards for sale at this office.
c" .-The Austrian ship dismissal, saying the descriptions of customs and port authorities have been
Lucia, which has been interned in the the letters were not sufficient to assure unable to solve the mystery. The cur- I "- i

harbor here for the last two and a the,court they were the same as rent opinion along the waterfront that .
half years, was disabled last week by those used in returning the indictmept. is the vessel has been stolen, the Ga- r--- -

,'; damage and injury to her machinery Wray was re-arrested on a charge of !. latea will be used to run guns to Cuba SMOKEALL General Insurance

:' immediately after receipt of the news expressing "lewd and lascicious publication" and bring contraband back here. -- -
': of the impending break between this in violation of interstate I represent none but FIRST
. commerce. He was released on a thousand TOO BUSY. CLASS
country and Germany. The membersof companies and will be
dollar bond.KISSIMMEEA.
the crew on board were arrested by PURE H AVANA constantly on the alert to pro-

United States officials, charged with a I How busy our Governor surely must mote your interests., Guarantee

;:' breach of neutrality laws. huge syrup mill be! courteous treatment to all pa.

p with a capacity of 950 gallons at one No governor ever before The popular cigar of the South. Made by the trons. A well written policy by
WAVERLY.-Marion Davis the boiling has been Was half so faithful to duty as he t-
l' 14- opened on the St. a first-class agent in a first-
f, year old son of J. R. Davis, at this Cloud road, on Mill Slough canal. T Who paces our capitol floor. STARKE CIGAR COMPANY class company sometimes means -

place, was electrocuted last Wednesday mill is owned by J. W. Wilson, Jr., who much in case of loss by fire.
while at the electric believes firmly that the Too busy to be the same affable man
;1 playing light making of syrup -
I Jplant.. He reached up and took hold will eventually become one of the Who kissed every Cracker Geo. L Massey, Prop. - Starke, Fla. H. C. RICHARD Starke

'H of a wire carrying 12,000 volts. Death leading industries of this section. Ac- small kid ,
As he told to the of .J t
I : tual making of syrup has been start- people Georgiahis
embalmed ed, and Mr. Wilson is now grinding the plan :
I t city and Burial took place here Friday. product of several acres of Japanesecane Of fishing for votes as he did.

1'p.. Marion was a boy well liked in the which he raised himself on muck t-
f community and his untimely death has land adjoining the mill. It is esti- Too busy to write to Atlanta a word
I,, cast the little mated that there And say to an editor there,
a gloom over city. are 550 acres of the .
finest sort of land in the immediate That people like him. the common

. :' SARASOTA.-A-general contract of section Tampa of the who new is mill. J. p. Branch, plain Should herd, never opinions declare.- THE GRAND REMOVAL SALE

.' i; has been signed, sealed and delivered an expert in syrup
making has been
engaged as foremanof
(.,.:;' by and between Edward C. Warren the new factory. Too busy to be a real Christian at all
. representing the Treasure Island Inn Too busy to think of his
>. Company, and H. L. Houghton, repre- friends Jl
of the
senting a construction company, pro- ST. PETERSBURG.-B. P. Atwood Too busy himself on his Maker to call .
, viding for the contruction, furnishing had a sad experience Wednesday af Or ask forgiveness for sins. tfk

. and equipment of Treasure Island Inn ternoon. He dropped a roll,of $150 in
to be located on Casey's Key, Sarasota. large bills into the lavatory just as he Too busy to slander the Catholic host
. The new hotel is to cost complete $1- flushed it and his money went down Or even of Gardeens to think Cash t Store
IlL :,: 200,000 and is to be completed by De- the sewer pipe and disappeared. Mr. Too busy to give Prohibition a toast, Department

, ; cember of the present year. Atwood than went to Bayboro, accom- When taking a temperancedrink.

( panied by some friends and watchedthe .

dTAMPA.- .-Perry Chancey, of Fort mouth of the sewer for two hours,
Green, was lodged in the county jail hoping to see his money appear. His Too busy to be a real gentleman too, Is still going on and will be continued untill further noticeMEN'S
> Too busy to boss his farm
in
charged with murder, and H. P. Dur- hope was vain for the money was own
' :, rance and Ralph Durrance, his nephew, not found. Mr. Atwood drew out of Too busy to stick to a principle true

Y are detained as material witnesses, asP the bank $150 to pay the expenses of Too busy to heed an alarm. CLOTHING. MEN'S SHIRTS.

the result of an all day investigationby his wife and himself to California
II" : Chief Deputy Sheriff A. C. Logan being called there by the death of his Too busy to tell in Lake Butler so loud $10 and $12 Men's Blue Serge $1. and $1.50 Men's Dress Shirts.
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Sale ____ ____ .89
IlL ',< and his assistants into the killing of son's wife. After failing to recover How he and his faithful blood Suits. Sale Price ---------- 10.98 75c lrI-Dress-Shirts.
" ;i1:' D. Dallas Scott, of Fort Green, who his money, Mr. Atwood drew out more kin $15 and $18 Men's Blue Serge
Would take their rifles Suits. Sale Price ________ 9.98 Sale Price ---------------- .49
and
was found in a dying condition on the money and he and his wife left for good scat- SpeCI'al .
California. ter the crowd $10 Men's Up-to-date Single Coats. 75c Pongee Shirts.Sale
Coast line tracks the foot of 12th
! near __________ ____
; Sale Price .47
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street. At court that Tom Watsonwas Price ?______________ 3.98 u
75c .
Work Shirts.Sale
y in. $4 and $'5 Men's Coats
.. r, _
9 ; MIAMI. .Immigration of negroes Price ________________ 2.79 Sale Price ----------.----- .49
. SEEKING.Things have begun to from Nassau in the Bahama islands Too busy to shoot at sardine cans now 50c Men's Belts. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN i
, ': happen in earnest along the extension will probably be materially reduced Or to dig us an Evergladeditch Sale Price .23
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k j:* of the coast Line which is now being under the hew immigration law which .35c and 50c Mens' Suspenders.Sale Priceson SHOES..

built to Immokalee, in Lee county, was passed by congress over the president's foo busy to tell the taxpayers just how Price ________________ .23 $2 and $2.50 Palm Beach Slippers.

't, starting at Sebring. Of course the veto a few days ago. One of The Everglades owners grew lOc Men's White Handkerchiefs. Sale Price __________u__.._ 1.39
= + work has been advancing in a manner the provisions of this famous immi- rich. Sale Price .0:; and Men's Low and
$4 $5
---------------- High
that has really been remarkable, andas gration bill is the requirement of a 35c and 50c Gents' Ties Quarter. Sale Price ______ 2.89 ;

a result the iron is laid to some i'literacy test for immigrants. As it is Too busy for language indecent, obscene Sale Price. ________________ .19 $3 Men's Elk Skin Shoes. '
I held that from 25 to 33 per cent of the
point down below Venus and the com- I' Sale Price 1.93
---------- ------
pany is beginning to consider the mat- !negroes coming to Miami from Nassaucan In Gainesville, to tickle the MEN'S PANTS. $2 and $2.50 Men's Work Shoes. 1

: ter of running trains, over the first neither read or write the number roughs; $5 and $6 Men's Tailor Made Pants. Sale Price ____________u__ 1.71

f twenty miles, which after a little would visionof be greatly the cut down by law.this Dur-pro- Too busy to slander or even bemean Sale Price ________________ 3.98 $2 Boys' Shoes. '

dressing up will be ready. proposed new Our student young ladies $2.50 and $.00 Men's Pants. Sale Price ______n__. _____ 1.69
ing the last few years the number of
these colored the enough. Sale Price ________________ 1.98 $1.50 Children's Shoes.
people entering port Sale Price .,. ___ .69
$1.50 Men's Extra Good Pants. ---------- -
LARGO. The Tampa & Gulf Coast of has
Miami been decreasing, yet they
for
Too
busy dignified decency straightTo $1.50 Old Ladies Comforts.
__Sale Price .98 -
Railroad has been taken over by the continue to in considerable ----------------
come num- busy to tell us the truth; Sale Price ________________ 1.09
Seaboard Air Line Railroad, although bers. The largest number to enter this II
Too busy to have people honor our BOYS' SUITS AND PANTS. $4 and $5 Ladies High Grade Shoes. .
.; not officially admitted by the Seaboard.It port in one year was 3,840.GAINESVILLE. state U Sale Price 2.69
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is understood that the deal is to be $3.50 and $-1 Boys' Pants. :
Or be an example for youth.D. $2 and $3 Ladies Shoes.
closed when the bonds of the Tampa Sale Price ... 1.98
One of the sad- -------------
Sale!; I Price U9
F. MCDONALD ---------------
& Gulf Coast returned from New $2. and
are $3 Boys'
took Pans .
dest tragedies ever reported place I $1.50 and $2 Ladies Shoes.
Lake Butler Fla.SAYINGS .
York. W. J. Harahan president of i when Sale Price ---------------- 1.19 .
at Orange Heights Tuesday Sale Price I' ________uu____ 98
the Seaboard, says that $100,000 will :I $1. Boys''P an t s.
Lowrance bright and intelli-
Clyde a Special Rubber Soled Tennis Slippers.
be spent on the T. & G. C. line duringthe OF WASHINGTON. Sale Price
of of Mr. -
gent young man 17 years son Sale Price -----------------4 5
next few months and the roadbedwill and O-s itrocOrlOs
and Mrs. C. P. Lowrance of that place $4 $5 ( ( '
be put in first-class condition.JACKSONVILLE. killed. Mr. Lowrance isa Sale Price _____ OVERALLS.
was instantly Peace with all the world is my sin-
merchant, and on Tuesday he yieldedto wish. $2 and $3 Boys' Suits. $1.50 Union Made Overalls.

.-The great shipment ; the persuasion of his son, Clyde, to cere Those murderers of our cause-the Sale Price ________________ 1.25 Sale Price ___________-____ 1.09
bird, hunting, so in company withG. $1 Boys' Sweaters. 75c Boys' Overalls.
; of cement from this port during go. C. Kite went into the woods. monopolizers.I Sale Price _______-________ .47 Sale Price _____________.:__ .29 ?
any one week, through the municipal they require no guard but the affectionsof
docks and terminals, will be made Just after noon, Clyde, who was to the people.
when 11,000 sacks of cement will go drive the horse and buggy a little ways True religion affords government its

11 I through this city to different points in down the road while the other two surest support.
the state. This shipment ,brings the hunted, set his gun in front againstthe Few men have virtue to withstandthe The ash Department Store

total amount of cement handled since seat and as he sat down the butt highest bidder.

December 19 up to 33,000 sacks. Cot- of the gun slipped through the dash- Commerce and industry are the best : .

ton also is moving out of this port. board, striking the hammer and exploding mines of a nation.

,t.,, During this week there will be 1,982 the charge, the entire load entering My policy has been to cultivate peace
tales shipped to New York. A cargoof the boy's right side and rangingup with all the world.

1,000 bales will leave Wednesday through the heart. He gave one involuntary When we assumed the soldier we did Sam Starke Fla.

t over the Clyde Line. The rates for scream and was dead almost not lay aside the citizen. Rosenberg

transporting cotton to England is 20 instantly, even before the agonized Liberty, when it begins to take rootis ,

.. cents a pound or approximately $20 a father and astounded friends could a plant of rapid growth.The a
I' bale. None is being shipped at this reach his side. constitution is a guide which 1

price, however. can never abandon.To .
MIAMI.-The raising of broom corn persevere in one's duty and to be --
silent is the best to calumny.The .
answer
t DELAND.-Mr. David Laird of Sa- is a new industry that is being intro- r. r.
vannah, manager of the Southern Bell duced in Florida, and according to the best power under the constitu- of COFFINS CASKETS ; ,:
Full
be with the Supply
tion will always people.I
made by D. A. CampbeirofMiami ...
Telephone and Telegraph Company for statement ,
the hope some day we will become i a Davis And a lun line of
this at meeting of county JR .
tity.division While, spent here Mr.the morning Baird informedthe in this commissioners a this week, when he storehouse and granary for the world. COFFINS AND CASKET Undertakers'SappliesAll
To be prepared for war is one of the
mayor, members of the Board of made a contract to hire the caterpillar Always hand. The best '
on service
of sizes &
for most effectual means preservingpeace. and Qualities Company
: t., bond trustees and engineer in charge tractor belonging to the county 'i iI at the lowest prices. Special

of the intentions of the company with I use in the Okeechobee country in the, many Why should I expect to be exempt Always on Hand attention to telegraph ordera.
interested pro-
t Deference to handling the wires in the wealthy men are
lot of
r from censure, the unfailing an
business section. Conduit has been ordered ject and are ready to spend great sums elevated station? INSURANcE Registered Embalmer $
feas-
i. and has been shipped from Ohio, of money if the venture is proven We do not wish to be the only people PRICES REASONABLE .
and the ible. W. P. Altland, of Vici, Okla., one
wires on the Boulevard from
of and .
JONES
to taste the sweets an equal DeWITT C.
-4' of broom corn
Short street to Church street, will be of the largest producers
good government. J. C. CONE Sae'1' G. C. Livingston A Co #
aid in this conduit. The conduit will in the world, has bought one thousandacres of Starke Florida to
Would to God the harmony nations ;. ,
and has
be built of land at MooreHaven Lawtey w F10rida Starke FJa.
material
zr at once, but until the an object that lay nearestto ,
for the entire new plant arrives the contracted for its immediate plantingin the were hearts of sovereigns. b_
present wires will be used this staple, which is not affected by
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t ;," PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAFKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1'111".:

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I The Ice Factory is now about ready Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, "The District Skule
NOTES FROM THE MUSIC CLASS. I at
Bradford County' Telegraph for work again and the proprietorswill i Billy, of Jacksonville, are visiting at I Corners" is a most Bll1e Y:
fc of her Dr. and Mrs.J. Come alnuainr
.. probably begin to manufacture ice the home parents out and see dignified Jaj.=
f The ladies musicale met at the residence '. ...... .., next week. C. Wills. Mrs. Harris' little son pie do school children gt'o1rJa A
Published Weekly, and entered as second of Mrs. D. E. Knight Monday, ."... ." 9:1 Billy, has been very ill but we are (cast of characters is ltun "'i

fj class matter at the post-office at Feb. 12th.i with a good attendance. A ''f Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sommer and Miss glad to state that he is now greatly jof local talent. TonIght theme'

.:. Starke Florida. short business meeting was held, ;ol- r Liv VI Emma Sommer, of Washington, III, improved. j auditorium at eight o'clock.at :
lowed chorus ,
'" by practice.A eo 'P visiting Mrs. Catherine Lee at her .
are
;i : the close of the meeting the hos- .warcr.. -- '
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.ill -. E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Ownrr ess served delicious refreshments, consisting ... };: : r pleasant North Walnut street home. r. -- .

I IJ. a H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor of Waldorf salad, sandwiches! 1 ,

I : ... .-..,.,. .-,.- coffee and whipped cream. Misses Eva ; I
: ::., I I I I Epperson and Cassie White assisted inserving. -1t--"; -" i i I Brooker Furniture &

:i"- a fi field fenceI
fj.j The doughty sheriff of Lake county, .- Hardareifl1
Feb. 19th, Mrs. D. C. "qI
On ,
who is death on unlawful catching of ,Jones Monday was hostess to members of the ...... i I
his Ii
catfish, may as well "let up" on {
. vigilance. According to the Tavares musicale, at the residence of her mother I f'
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Mrs. A. M. Darby. Ir'I
!f Herald, trout and other desirable fish
.., are becoming scarce, and the discoveryhas Plans. for a play, which will be given Below Market Price We have opened .
been made that they are being dec- by the musicale, were discussed. I at
imated the catfish, that on Announcements will be made later. II I-
by prey I
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them. The senator and representatives Choral practice was enjoyed, after UI Can* Have received Brooker with a. stock of .
Misses just a
of Lake county will probably which Mrs. Jones, assisted by i J'

work, in the next legislature, in favorof Francis Clark and Emma Darby, serve Furniture and
the now condemned "trot line" for ed delicious ice cream and cake. Resisi-A car of field fence iI i Hardware ;f:
the sake of exterminating the Florida All members of the musicale are
.' salmon. expected to meet in the school audi- I and invite you to ,call and ;
!J ;; torium Monday, Feb. 26th, at 3 o'clockto

Jacksonville will be dark as London perfect plans for the play to beheld inspect our goods.
One Week
early in March. for Iii
v in the case of a war between this country V !
r
I end Germany, because the government -
will, in such an event comman- The many friends of Prof. G. C. / We can supply your needs ;;:;
deer the vessels of the Gulf Refining Looney will be glad to know he con- ;

, .:. ," Company and its output of fuel oil, and templates visiting Starke soon. Prof. ONLY,. I Will Sell Below in Household Furniture I-1, !
select class of I
is teaching
Looney a ,
f the contract between that companyand in t
the city of Jacksonville for fuel boys and girls at Lake Geneva. The Market Price. I'! i Stoves

.. oil for the light plant, will be rescinded. Cooking Utensils, ;iJ
The Jacksonville authorities: COL. WEEKS HAS FAMILY RE- Fence has advanced and :

( would, of course, forthwith change the UNION. 1 Farming Implements and 1 !
; boiler furnaces to coal burners, but is still !;
I advancing. Buy
.- .this item is interesting as showing one On Thursday, February 15th, Col. general hardware. ::1
, of the in which industry :
many ways W. T. Weeks celebrated his seventy- anything for futureuse. I
r t .. would be affected in case the looked- ninth birthday by having a family reunion made with Calumet bih'; ? now your II I I. ;.r.
for conflict should materialize. '
; dinner his handsome homeon I
I and at I f
I--. L Powder. Mother never had .4 I I .
i What are we coming to? Here is Cherry street. such wholesome bakings uail 1 : J

shows a dispatch how a from spin Macon toils,around Ga., which ourselves Those Mrs.enjoying S. T. Dell this and happy little occasionwere son, S. she used Calumet. Dfflin c. JONES" ( Brooker Furniture & Hardware r:I.

\ T. Jr., of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs.J. 'It's Calumet surety, uniformity: ,.,J Go;
and do not know it: "For repairing M. Brownlee and children, James purity, strength that makes even-baking i
burst water in his
a pipe own I turn out right-that saves ir.Ulious I
home, Fred Schillings will be tried be- William, Milton, Jr., and Martha; :Mr.: of housewives Baking Powdermoney.Be I 1 ;
fore Recorder Cunningham. A case I and Mrs. J. E. Wilson; Mr. and Mrs. fair to yourself-use Calumet.** Hardware and {Farm I S. V. ANDREWS Manager '

was made against him by two patrolmen W. L. Wall and son, Harold; Mr. and Received Highest Awards
ftj! at the instance of a local plumber, Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children,Virginia ynt tt Slip Owt in Lonb round fire Can Implements I
who claimed Schillings had no permit and Murla Weeks; Mr. Will String- Brooker Florida'I.

|*j and was without his right in making fellow. .,vM. enWQE.BAKI STARKE '' !

the repair. Schillings says the water i i ri FLORIDAI',
: J was ruining his property and running EPISCOPAL. -" )-. .

t up the bill He will fight the charge, -.

: having engaged counsel for the pur- Morning prayer and sermon, 11. NottueYt"UM ,..m
e pose." and address, 7:15.
Evening prayer ;
It seems that the "entangling allit Sunday school, 10. 'I -
t ances" of which George Washington Services during Lent every Friday .

;. : f warned us may yet ensnare us. Ellery 7:30 p. m.Divine II I I II GOOD EATING .1 f
7:30.
,
services Monday eve
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II- i G. Stowell, of Columbia University, a morning 8:00. \ i I
_ i ( recognized authority on international Communion Tuesday I
i. }1 J t-. law, thinks that if this country makes Dr. Foster will administer holy com-Rev. I
the local minister
for
munion
: ; 1} war with Germany, it should be as one
., ; i .of the Entente allies, as ''otherwise we Fryer.
; 1' find ourselves in with Ger-
may a war II
.. : many after peace has been made ins PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. IS HALF YOUR LIFE I
: r. Europe, and we would then have to t ,
j J:Ji fight the battle alone when the German Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Denison, who 1i' ;
**: JL s government could concentrate its full have been on' a visit to Lake Alfred, i
z ; k' force against us. The wisdom of Pro- will return home tomorrow. Next Sun- 1 1e I a> I

:i,1. ,' fessor Stowell's suggestion is appar- day morning and evening Mr. Denison cBAKIN That
> the
ts' ;Jt-' ent But the Entente allies may refuse will preach at the Presbyterian church. being case, it should have your closest

; k to admit the United States as a The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Denison elite

f.... I member. The future appears to be and the membership of their church attention in order that you eat RIGHT. But .
may
; i fateful and it requires a wise head to will be glad to have them at home I f
'f: //1'*. guide the ship of state. again. Cheap car.Batir.gPo\vdersdono: : can't
f ;;' NOT SNOBBERY. I I saveyoumoney. Calnmet
..'..'!.l, )MRS. PHILIPS ENTERTAINS THE and far superior to sour mill and s;z;. Ii
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CIRCLE.
:\ The Miami Metropolis, in an editorial STUDY I where we shine. We have a reputation for !

;. i headed "Snobbery One of the Navy -afternoon of last.week Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System I j IJ IJI
On
1 Thursday
The Old
Standard
Requirements? indulges in a bateh of general strengthening tonic, 'II'
a sentimental because at her home on East Madison street, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drive out I
gush a boy who Mrs. Emily Philips entertained the Malaria.enrichea... the blood and builds np the ITSl I i
had spent some years at the reform .. Atruetowc. ForwHqltsaodebiMren. 50c."Cured" GROCERIES .
FOR
Missionary
circle of the Methodist -
study
school was turned down by a recruiting I :
'f' Society.The I
i officer of the
r We navy. circle is now reading "The XewSouth" I THOSE
can see no snobbery in the act WHO CARE : Ii
tion, only common sense. In former by John W. Moore, a very pop-
ular btfok-30,000 copies having already -
, days the United States -
navy was not I .
celebrated been sold. Mrs. Philips has recently i
for exclusiveness as to the : { 4
been leader of the
appointed
personnel in consequence.of the lower.ranks The and suffered study circle, and under her wise lead- We handle the best to be found in any line. Of course we have the

! its well as the army is trying to navy improve as many ership interesting the ladies and will instructive doubtless meet-hold Mr. Jay McOee,of Stepb- cheaper grades in many lines, but our pride is centered in THE BEST. I'i'ii

status by recruiting only men of enrille,Texas writes: "For .
;g good character, and by so also If you CARE, come to the store that i ii
doing ings.Carrying out the Valentine idea, nine ((9) years suffered with caters to those WHO;: ARE. :
: improve
its
chances
for
, recruits. .While getting more ['each guest was given a white or red womanly trouble. I had ter. '
a man who has been
I in institution heart on which was written their ques- rible headaches, and pains to I
a penal
his discharge
be may on tion for the afternoon. After readinga my back, etc It seemed as if '
thoroughly reformed, the
stigma of having been behind bars or chapter from "The New South" and I would die, suffered so. At A. M. DARBY Starke

other barriers clings to him and many discussing it, the hostess assisted by last I decided to try carded, !! aLJ.
would not join an organization where Mrs. E. W. Stewart, served hot choco- the woman's tonic, and it ,
late and red and white heart shaped .
he was admitted, and a cloud would helped me right away. The 4
hangover the body that had admitted cakes. full treatment not only hdoed -' -
him to the humiliation of those who -- me,but it cured me."- "'-- r.
belonged to it. Stiff Sore Muscles Relieved. ,
Refusing a man of ----
that kind admittance is not snobbery. Cramped muscles or soreness following TADCardui
It is not a case of high versus low a cold or case of grippe are /r- -4.
rank, wealth versus poverty; it shows eased and relieved by an applicationof
Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain
only respect for the organization and the kin or clog the pores like mussy

-why How not-good would business judgment. ointments or plasters, and penetrates The Man of Means
a former inmate of a quickly without rubbing. Limber up
penal institution fare if he were admit- your muscles after exercise, drive out .
ted to the navy? Comrades he would the pains and aches of rheumatism, I
have none, but would become a pariah, neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprainsand The Woman's Tonic If
looked down on by his fellows.The man bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Geta f

, r who has "served time" is much to be bottle today. At all druggists, 25 Cardui helps women In time If Ithe wealthiest f man in town owed .
r f' pitied in his cents. you some morley and .
up-hill struggle, but he (3) of you
greatest need, because went to
,i r' has the privilege of going where his contains ingredients which act It. collect it, would he hand you the zones or wduld he write
antecedents are not trumpeted from OOOOOOOteO000 0 you a check? '
i the house tops. He can go where he .. A specifically, yet gently, on the I
t is not known and where he can keep IF YOU WANT A SEAT AT weakened womanly organs.
f' his history to himself. 0 THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH i'B., --._ '> SUNDAY NIGHT, YOU HAD a blue, out-of-sorts, unable to are ten to one you would receive a che ue. Why?
Y. P. U. ENTERTAINMENT.On BETTER COME EARLY. ,? do Because theweaithiest
household
your work people' in the
oa 4 '
o 0 account of f the bank. community keep th1ir} money in
r Saturday evening at the Baptist .. + . . P worrying and your rive condition Carrfirf,stop* Fiji They know it's safe there' and they know that when they
'
t church from 8 to 10 o'clock the B. Y. trial. It has helPed thousands pay by cheque there is never a Chance to
junt.
f. dispute the If it's
: P. U.will entertain the Constipation Makes You DulL "
members of 01
the
( church and their friends That draggy, listless oppressed women;why DOt you? a good thing for the who have w2y
at a get-ac- TfJ CarduL P/pIe plenty of wouldn't
L; money
quainted social. A short program has feeling generally results from consti- E-'ll it be a good thing to
been arranged and refreshments will pation. The intestines are clogged and W their example? We will be glad to open
the blood becomes an account with
poisoned. Relievethis
be served. No collection you lame or small.
free
or will condition at once with Dr. King's The size do'esn't Small
offering is to be taken. All welcome. deposits are looked c1unt.
Y New Life Pills; this gentle, non-grip after"s carefully as larger
ing laxative is quickly effective. A ones. t
NOTICE OF TAX COLLECTOR. dose at bedtime will make you feel

brighter in the morning. Get a bottle i.

I will be at Lake Butler, on March today at your druggist, 25c. (3) THE

; Saturday 1st, 2nd,, for 3rd,the Thursday, of Friday and WAVERLY.-Marion Davis, the 14- Broken Lavaca Duplicated BANK OF STA KE

r taxes, and ask the purpose collecting year old son of J. R. Davis, at this Same Day as Retired
people to meet me ,place, was electrocuted last Wednes- 1NeSpeoaliu on llaii orders 1tk '
there, this will 1'bsta THE BANK j
as be the only round t.o w.trowntt at: OF HELPFUL
made this spring. day while playing at the electric light SERVICE

plant. He reached up and took hold Wlleaeer You Need 0e0eraI DEPOSITORY .
Respectfully,
B. M. DOWLING. of a wire carrying 12,000 volts. Death Take Qrove's Took. OF THE STATE] OF FLORIDA, THE |OUNTY OF
was instantaneous. The body was em- I The Old Standard Grove's
balmed by Undertaker Ware of chill Tonic is valuabifan BRADFORD AND THE
ftI 9i t 1M MM M AfflKt TIM hsa11eaoe this equally TOWN OF
General
STARK
of tta tonic and tox&irc effect.LAXA. city and burial took place here Friday. Tonic because it contains the
TIVB Uteaf QUININE U better than ordinary Marion was a boy well liked in the wen known tonic Properties efQUL"' I .n AI M. Darby, Vice *,. 11
Quiiioe and don act nor TCTTOBSI S nor community and his ud IRON. It acts on the Liver E S. Matthews, Pra. Cubitf..b' ..
Drives
HDCDC in head. R nemb t the all name and untimely death has out Malaria, Enriches T. H. Homan, ,
took tot tit l'ganjr! diS ft', C.. >'E..e cast a gloom over the little city. Builds up the\\hole System the EW and a I
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FEBRUARY 16, 1916.
-FRIDAY BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. f PAGE FIVE

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If you own property-er rent a home I r.
in Starke, attend the "Clean Up and. -

Paint Up" campaign meeting Thursday -i i

Bits of LocalInformation evening, March 1st, at the court-I
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house. Eight o'clock is the hour. Be -
on time.A AUCTION SALEAT I


freight engine that has the habitof I
JI passing through Starke very earlyof II I (]

I 6a.rtIrtI, Omr IWpfe, 3rMM .Mtf mornings, has a whistle whose
.. ... -T_ sound is an epitome of all the wailings :

1yw I I001 IL from the time of Rachael and Jere- fc
miah, to the present day when Armenian I
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women are driven before the Turks Hull's Store
Car load salt for today. N. B. Hull.N. T. M. Hagan, of Hampton, was in From the long "high balls" the engi- Department
town Saturday. neer toots, he has probably a better
G. Hays, of Brooker was in town opinion of his whistle than the Starke I

Monday.D. Major John Croft, of Lake Butler, citizens who are awakened by its
was a visitor to Starke Monday. heart-rending screams.Representatives MONDAY FEBRUARY 26,1917This
C. Jones is having his show win- ,
dows remodeled by D. C. Chase. A. S. Crews and W.
Capt. R. C. Heiberger, of Theressa, G. Seals. are the week
Miss Carrie Darby returned home was in Starke Saturday.Mr. tour of the Everglades spending as members on ofa a sale will include some of the finest furniture ever shown in Starke. Car-

Wednesday from a trip to Atlanta.S. party of legislators, who are guestsof load fine furniture and household goods [the Thorpe goods] to be sold for storage
and Mrs. R. 0. Daniel and son, the Everglades Drainage Leagueof
Russell, spent Sunday in Starke with. Fort Lauderdale. The League will and other charges. This lot includes some beautiful pieces of Birdseye Maple and
M. Cohen auctioneer, Hull'sstore
relatives. doubtless show our representatives a Mahogany--Dressers Rockers Washstands Tables Beds Springs Chairs Morris
,
Monday. good time, but it is doubtful if they ,

Miss Ottie Gray, of Gainesville, will be able to show them that Brad- Chairs, Etc. This sale also includes a lot of new goods, such as Dressers, WashStands ,
Retain title notes for sale at this spent several days here this week ford county ought to be bonded to pay
as Trunks Suit Cases Jardinieres Fern Dishes and other articles. I II
office.A the guest of Mrs. A. V. Long. Miss for drainage the 'Glades. That is go- I many :

Gray has many friends here who are ing too far. I Also several other lots of Household Goods, Kitchen Ware, Etc. Sale begins I Ij j
little daughter was born Thurs- always glad to see her.
at 9 o'clock sharp. Il will to attend this"sale.. S. M. Auctioneer.DON'T .
Cojien
day to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenberg. LECTURE TO MEN. j pay you I II

Evangelist LaRowe, of Hampton, I

Bring a friend and come tonight to preached to large and appreciative audIences Rev. LaRowe, pastor of the Chris- I I i
see "The Deestrict Skule at Blueberry in the Christian church, Sun- tian church, will deliver a lecture to FORGET THE DATE---MONDAY FEB. 26. :

Corners. day morning and evening. men only at the court house next Sun- ,

day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. La I : ;
N. B. Hull is planting sweet potato Buist's field and garden seedsthekind Rowe is an able and interesting speaker i

draw beds on his lot just north of D. that grow. N. B. Hull. find his lecture on this occasion will N. B. HULL I I
. E. Knight's. doubtless prove interesting to those Prop.
Master Edwin Gardiner is suffering who hear him.NOTE i
from an attack of both chicken pox ,
Break your cold or lagrippe with a and measles. FROM LIVE OAK.
few doses of 666. '

Seed peanuts, seed potatoes, field STARKE FLORIDA
Miss Susie Darby and Dr. Fred M.
Dr. 0. L. Haynes was a professional and garden seed, beans, sweet corn
York charmingly entertained the
visitor to the metropolis Monday. and standard varieties of field corn. ,
younger set at a dance Saturday even-
N. B. Hull.B. .
Roadmaster W. B. Haynes, of Vidalia ing at the beautiful home of Mrs. D. t 6
0. Henry on Duval street. This social '. ,
with relatives
Ga., spent Sunday in
B. Hopson of
moving picture !.t
Starke. event was a pretty compliment to Miss _1
fame has been the -- = -------
busiest of -
busy men Emma
of Starke
Darby a most attractive .
this week, having raised three side- JACKSONVILLE: CATTLE MARKETThe :
If you need a new set of harness, we walks, one in front of his dwelling on guest.
can suit you. Large consignment just Walnut interstate Stockyard, Talleyrandavenue
street, one Call and
received. J. Wi Andrews & Son. on one on IN HONOR OF MISS CROSS. report on the local live stock
Walnut along his theatre .
building.S. market by Williamson & Dennis;is as The Health ResortOF

Carload of new buggies just received. M. Cohen, auctioneer. In honor of Miss Ollita Cross, of follows:' '
Best makes, all styles. We have Montpelier, Miss., Col. and Mrs A. V. Goats 2% to 3% cents.
what you want. J. W. Andrews & Son. COHEN Long entertained in an especially delightful Sheep 3U to 5% cents.

The Auctioneer for manner on last Tuesday even- Lambs 5 to 7 cents. I
Mrs. A. H. Freeman is visiting her HULL ing, the affair being a distinctive social

daughter, Mrs. L. A. Yates in Talla- Monday, Feb. 26, 1917. event. $8.25 Hogs to, 875.100 pounds and up, choice, THE TOWN i
hassee. Miss Cross is a strikingly beautiful I r
Monday Feb. 26. young woman, possessing a charming Medium to good hogs, 100 pounds 4
Auction sale-Hull's-Monday. Feb. personality, and while here as the and up, $8 to $8.25..

26,9a.in. Dr. and Mrs. 0. L. Haynes are en- house guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. V. Good light hogs, 125. and 150 pounds The most popular health resort of any* town is

tertaining the following guests: Mr. Long, has made a host of friends and $7.50 to $8. the drug store.

G. H. Eldon, of Alexandria, Ind., is and Mis. R. P. McLaren, of Fairburn, admirers. On this occasion Miss Cross Good pigs, 65 to 120 pounds, $7 to
in Stark looking after his landed. in Ga., Mrs. Haynes' parents; Mrs. Lena was exquisitely gowned in blue taffeta $7.50.
terests. Swann and daughter, Miss Es.telle with silver lace trimmings, with which Thin pigs and hogs, $6.25 to $6.75. When other means fail, you can call ; on'your

Swann, of Palmetto, Ga. she wore a corsage bouquet of dainty Fed steers, choice to prime, $7.50 to druggist '
S. H. Moore, a leading citizen of pink roses. $10; good to choice, $7 to $7.35; fair to
Raiford, made'a pleasant call at our Next Thursday night attend the citizens' The drawing room, dining room hall good, $6.50 to $7.Floridabeanfed. And he always x
(office Monday. mass meeting at the courthouse. and living room of this elegant home steers 600 pounds responds. ,
Speakers on'various were thrown ensuite and decorated in and $6.75 to $7.35.
'subjects along up;
j RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves lines of civic improvement will be accordance with the Washington birth- "Bean-fed'steers, 500 to 600 pounds, When you get a prescriptionjfrom[ your doctor
rheumatism, sprains neuralgia, etc. heard. day idea, the national colors and Unit- $6.50 to $7.Light'steers. bring it to us."b'
ed States flags being used in profusion $5.50 to $6. I .
Mrs. A. Price and Mrs. Katie ; also the historical "little hatchet"and
Floyd Last Friday the foljowing party motored Grass-fed steers, $4 to $5.
went to Valdosta last week to visit to Jacksonville to spend the day: cherry tree formed a part of these Heavy bulls, $5.50 to $6.25. I \i It is safe. here.
Mrs. John Ritch. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Long, Miss Ollita artistic decorations. The mantels in Light bulls, $5 to 575.

Cross, Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. the various rooms were. banked with Herridicks, $5 to $5.50. I "...We fill it exactly as it calls for, as your health.
Dr. J. P. Tomlinson has moved into Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingstonand greens and splendid large chrysanthemums Calves, $5 to $9. --
his new offices, above the Bradford Mrs. W. H. Graham. and the whole arrangementmade Fat cows, $5.50 to $6.25. ;;,. is our mainconsideration.We .. 1:.
County Abstract Co's. office. ti a most pleasing setting for the Medium cows, $4.50 to $5.25. I r ,
.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Milton, of happy gathering. Canners, $4.25 to $4.50. :,.....:.. never substitute, and] never.use, inferior" +
Mrs. Joe E. Wilson went to Jack- Huntsville, Ala., announce the birth ofa I Mrs. Long received the arriving Oxen, $4 to $6. I
sonville Monday for a visit with Mrs. little daughter. Mrs. Milton formerly guests and presented them to Miss .- "- medicines.
M. Wilson. Cross, after which Miss Ella May Long
Harry
lived in Starke and is remembered
here as Miss Mamie Harter. (treated them to the delights of per- fLASSIFIEnADVERTISING That's have i
customers.
.. why we so many
made fruit The
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Haynes, of Hampton i jfectly punch. game V' I/ 3
for the evening was rook, which was 1
-
spent Sunday here as the guestsof Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor i
Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Haynes.Hon. alligator pear trees, 3 varieties, played in progressive form, and much ,!
N. A. Blitch, of Tallahassee, adapted to North Florida. Write J. I enjoyed by the' participants. At the FOR SALE-Two good horses. Sam :
stopped over in Starke Tuesday to visit -I B. Beach, West Palm Beach, Fla. close of the game it was foun that Rosenberg, Starke. 2-9-tf. Mitchell' Store
relatives. : 2-9-15t. :Miss Frazee had made the highest Drug

I score among the ladies and Mr. Jordan FOR SALE-Four young Florida raiser -
among the gentlemen. As a prize Miss mules. Neal Bros., Route 1,
RENTS-Let us collect your rents. The civic committee of the School
Prompt remittances. Bradford Coun- and Civic Club held a call meeting last Frazee was presented a bottle of per- Starke. 2-16-3t. Registered Graduate Druggist \
ty Abstract Co. Starke, 2-16-4L Monday morning at the home of Mrs. fume, and Mr. Jordan received a box
of stationery, which he very graciously FOR SALE-One Ford truck in per-
for the Starke Florida r
0. J. Griffin. This meeting was
Mrs. W. J. Grant, of Augustine, of arranging for the clean-up presented the honor guest, Miss Cross. fect condition. Cheap for cash. J. ,
is purpose At intervals during the evening Au- 0. Turner, Starke. 2163t. i
visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs.J. campaign which is soon to begin. -I 1
gustus Long favored the with
0. Haynes. company -- -
I fine victrola music and :Miss Anna Ca- FOR SALE-A large farm mule. Will !
Mrs. S. T. Dell and little son, S. T. several work any place, single or double. I!
nova selec-
Miss gave popular piano
Rhoda of Jacksonville
Lagergren, Jr., of Gainesville, are spending a fort- tions. Wm. Whistler, Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf
spent Sunday with her parents night at the home of her father, Col. 1 1
The hostess assisted in
was looking
ii Starke. She was accompanied by W.. T. Weeks. Last Sunday Mr. Dell after the pleasure of her FOR SALE-Good clean rice, 20 Ibs. -
Mrs. Lura Powell. also came up and spent the day here. guests by for $1 Will clean your rice and grind
:Miss Amelia and in
Ray, serving refreshments 1j
your feed on Fridays. Oneeighthtaken r 1
Remember the play this evening at All the ladies of Starke should be by Mesdames S. E. Brown- for toll. E. L. Ware at Peek's :
the high school auditorium. For the the "Clean Up" campaign 'lee, W. L. Wall, Misses Marie Living- mill. 15tf.
present at
ston and Anna Canova. The "Father
benefit of the School and Civic Club. member of
Help Thursday evening. Every lof Our Country" idea was carried out LOST-5 head of cattle, 4 cows mark-
a good cause.T.
her neigh-
the Civic Club is inviting in every detail of the refreshmentsthe ed smooth crop in one ear, swallow

J. Griffin went to Sanford Tues- bor, and that means.you. cream and cake each being centered fork in the other, and one yearlingnot .

day to be at the bedside of his brother Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, by cherries, and each plate orna- marked. Two cows nearly fresh. THE UNIVERSAL( CAR I
J. D. mented. with a tiny flag as a favor. Reward for information by Geo. E.
who is ill.
Griffin
very spent the day here last week with her
The guests included Misses Alma Andreu, Starke. It.
sister, Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. Little Miss Clark, Onie Edwards, Frances Clark, ,

hold A goods solid car to be of auctioned furniture off and at house-Hull'sstore Vivirette Floyd and Ethel Griffin accompanied Eva Powell, Mabel Weller and Eva FOR SALE-Good 40-acre farm with Never before has the demand for Ford cars been as ,
Mrs. Griffin to Jacksonville Weller, of Emlenton, Pa., Miriam Fra- large dwelling house, barn and full I
Monday Feb. 26, at 9 a. m. where they spent the weekend.The zee, of New York, Ottie Gray of set of outbuildings, good water, en- heavy as it is now. To become such a necessity the

Gainesville Louise Bessent Annie tire tract neatly fenced, practicallyall
,
have be universal
Ford to
must proved
a
J. W. Andrews, Sr., left Monday for the clerk's car economy
partition between Darby, Mabel Darby, Sunolia Vaughn, the land tillable. Price will be
St. Louis, to buy the seventh carloadof room and the recording room in the Delle Stroman, Louiebelle Brown, of right; small payment down, balanceon serving and saving everybody. Through its reliable service -

horses and mules for his firm this court house has been removed, there- Lawtey, Emma Darby, Amelia Rav, terms. Address "Non Resident business has been increased and,expenses'reduced.
-season. .
by giving more space for desks and Katherine Kuhl Mesdames S. E. Owner," care Telegraph, Starke, Fla

cabinets. A neat iron railing has also Brownlee and W. L. Wall. Messrs. 2232t. Low purchase price and small cost for maintenance as ,
State
Attorney A. V. Long motored erected within which the busy
been Morgan Darby, Luther Powell, Willie
down to Williston Tuesday on'professional officials can do their work with more Stringfellow, Will Wainwright, J. J. FOR SALE-Early speckle velvet I sured. Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Cftupelet

business.A satisfaction than formerly. W. A. Du- A. E Wall Anderson, beans, $3 per bushel. Mature early, t
Truby, George $505, Town Car $595, Sedan $645 ..- all 1. o. b.
bose did the remodeling work. Albert Anderson, Ellery Davis', Abe very prolific, sure crop, splendid
fine lot of jardinieres and fern Bessent, L. E. Jordan; S. S. Dowling, pasture for summer and fall. Orderat Detroit We solicit your order. i

dishes. Every piece a bargain. N. B. Drew's Vaporizing Croup and Pneu- Marcus Brown, of Lawtey, Bob Gray, once, supply limited. Selected seed

Hull. monia Salve is sold to our patrons to of Gainesville, Powell Carpenter, Ted corn $2.50 per bushel. 0. L. Mizell, A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON

benefit We don't want your money if Halligan, Frank Lane, Harold Wall. Dukes, Fla. 1265t.WANTEDMan .
Miss Miriam Frazee of New York, not benefitted when used in the treat- i
arrived here Tuesday to visit relatives.She colds, sore and wife Starke, Florida
ment of coughs, croup There Is more Catarrh In this sectloiv or any par-
is now the guest of her aunt, Mrs. throat, tonsilitis, bronchitis and pneu- I of the country than all other diseases ty who can invest $2,000 (two thou-

N. D. Wainwright monia. Your druggist will supply your put posed together to be and Incurable.for years Doctors It was sup-pre- sand dollars) cash and take personal K
requirements. Manufactured by B. H. scribed local remedies and by constantly charge of a new up-t:>-date mercantile -
Miss Leona Dinslow and brother, Drew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv.l,129t .- fa.llng to cure with local treatment business as partner with half
Mr. Otis Dinslow after a trip to Sa- pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a interest in the business. The inventory -
local disease, greatly influenced ty constitutional
.,TMah, are again guests at the home conditions and therefore requires of the stock amounts to $10,000 .

*Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown. NOTICE.I Catarrh constitutional Cure manufactured treatment.by Hall's F. J. today, and we guarantee l.y agree-

I Cheney' & Co., Toledo Olio Is a consti- ment $100 profit monthly, subject, if
I i. E. H. Carter and sons, George and Cracker' tutional remedy Is taken Internallyand party has some experience in this
Louis, of Highland, were visitors to am now in charge of the nets thru tne Blood on One the Hundred Mucuus line and has some cash capital. Xo
will Surfaces of the Systen.
,Starke Thursday. Six Market in Starke, and appre- Dollars reward Is offered for any case ctlurs ned inquire. After periodof
ciate the patronage of all my old you that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to care. six months, if not satisfactory,
Viis Kate Livingston, of Jacksonis tomers. If we do not keep what Send for circulars and testimonials.F. party can withdraw. For more information -
.nee a guest at the home of her want, let us know and we will gladly : J. CHEXEY & CO, Toledo OUo. write to P. 0. Box 324, _

-teether, Mr. G. C. Livingston on Wa,11II' supply your wants. ROBINSO. Uall'g Sold by Family Prt'gist Fills;. 'c.fr constipation. Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf. 'H

street. J. P.






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tl 1 i ; MAKE SWEET POTATO BEDS BOLL WEEVIL NOT KILLED BY WAS YOUR GARDEN ---J..-'F
,1 SPROFITS..
FARMERS MEETING AT LAKE WARNS I CANE COLD SNAP. KILLED
: BUTLER.- -
I .. Carefully For Slaking Make A New 3
It is with pleasure and pride that we Select Potatoes Ont..Tht're is. Greater
That boll weevils are not destroyed ,
Need
Draws.
C. S. the advances toward Early lion It lox
Barrett, National President of Wise call atteintion to
ly cold weather was proven to our sat-
Farmers Union; L M. Rhodes, Con- success that is now making in one of '- -
isfaction Wednesday when Mr. GeorgeMi'Is
gressman elect from Tennessee, J. L. the progressive communities of Wau- Sweet potato draws for planting "If ever a farmer needed _
: number of the a
Sheppard, Florida State President of chula vicinity, says F. Y. Hat\na in a early in April may be had if you prepare brought a office which pesky fie it is now. If ever he had to h y
) little things into our ,
Farmers' Union and 0. L. Mizell, will recent issue of the Wauchula Advo- for them now. The matter of make a garden it is now. ttO
be the main speakers at a farmers' We cate. Popash Country Club is taking proper seed selection is of the greatest. fathered from a boll the day before, the way C. K. McQuarrie, state

meeting to be held in Lake Butler on mers of steps toward erecting a communal sy importance at this time of year. saying they had remained the night to the University Of Florida agent
Thursday March 1st 1917. for of the stateis before out in the open air, subject to division extenaio1
I rup factory. "The sweet potato crop views the situation.
.! The purpose of the meeting is to re j issue a Syrup manufacturing and produc being cut at least fifty per cent every the temperature which was at the Jake his advice you will begin U yOU'

organize the Farmers Union. Comebring The ing sugar are not the same. One dif year owing to careless methods used freezing point. When it is known your garden at once

t .' a basket, hear the speakers and is taking 1 ference being that syrup making is in selecting seed," says C. K. Me- that the specimens were in embryonicstate vegetables 50 that the spot seed of {? -*

t : enjoy the hospitality of Lake Butler. the odds more profitable than sugar productionif Quarrie, state agent to the Universityof and apparently as susceptible to planted. may be'
p t i! Speaking will be in the city park at ing I each is conducted upon a small scale Florida extension division. "Thisis cold as the tenderest plant, the full Mr. McQuarrie says there is -S

10 o'clock a. m. Everybody cordially great. I wish to produce some statementsfrom emphasized to me every time I am significance of the state can be bet ly any green fools] on the market scarce. ,

{; invited. Music will be furnished by the eminent authority and while quo called to judge agricultural exhibitsat ter appreciated. Evidently it takes ltd need such food on your table You

;:, I the Lake Butler cornet band. low the tation marks are not given the ideas the county fairs. There will be as roic treatment of some kind-lika the you grow a surplus find .

JO'". ,I Ii unsettled are not stolen, only used to apply to many as five or six varieties mixed in Irishman applied to the flea-to ke ttb ready market for it.you Don't will the.-
; ers-if used credit being ? better of them, as ordinary coid let .
; A VALUABLE RED DUROC. present condition once ; one exhibit and all called one name. freeze discourage
I pendous i mind also will gladly) : weather will not do it.-Live Oak Citi you; Plant.lOD1ething. -.
> t I ed given my "In selecting potatoes for bedding, What can you plant! .

} John Uglow, one of the well known' in United show authority. I choose one variety and keep it in mind zen. are a few he !suggest Here ;
farmers of the Starke has war Increase in consumption of sugar -using no potatoes that are not true Radishes _.
section, a.. the peas, turnips
and
1 has forward, and the GROWING HOGS.It lettuce .
;:f Duroc Jersey sow that made good as a I be closed steadily gone to type. These should be uniform and It is a little late for lettuce *
} maker the past She I price of sugar and syrup has steadily about the size of a goose egg, with pays just as little to grow a poor Romaine but the,; ( .
money year. i type will
\ years advanced with indication that of it does to prove: productive "S.
every well-defined eyes. quality hogs as grow a
the
brought 24 pigs during many
Alaska
i k t From this increase Mr. Uglow sold year.$..0 I 1 I heard slcgan all" I they will not decline again, but will Mr. McQuarrie says the Nancy Hall poor quality of people. In this age ofuniversal ties of and peas Gradus just now.are the if best vane4.Jr

fit- worth of pigs, saved a sufficient supply Then continue to advance as consumption is an old standard variety, but the breeding-up when the world greens, plant mustard you like' ,
increases. Consumption in 1900 was has about out. The wants only the best and is willing to I of the cnrhj-
of meat for his family, and has seed run Triumphis dwarf '' 111
left seven handsome shoats. weevil the to 65.5 pounds per capita, while now it a favorite for early planting, and so pay the price, it is heavy and steady olina type, collards.ssox rape, or South Car. :; .

Cases of this kind show the value i is 83.0 pounds. The grower and man- .is the Big Stem Jersey. The Jersey is.. loss to "bear" the market with scrub If garden 'f.k-

1, of having good stock and taking care won't Clay ufacturer of cane has thus a good pros I a good potato for shipping to northern i stock of any kind. And the heaviest before your the freeze was well fertilized ,
,
4, of them. The offspring from this sow find & pect in advance for steady returns. markets. The Porto Rico yam is a'' and steadiest loser is the farmer who part of the work you will not find that 1;

was WQrth not less than $250. Four our In Louisiana vast areas of swamp favorite for medium late production. persists in growing that kind of stock expensive now, and:: '
the
beautiful soil will he in
r thousand such sows in Bradford county i and overflowed lands' have been reclaimed Make the beds on the south side ofa when he might just as well grow the good tilth. lake '-,, :

K would mean the million dollar pork "Puddin Let's by ditches, levees and pumps, building where the young plants can better kind. President Anthony of the ,demands your garden all of now before other work :. '

fi production that the Telegraph has "put all are now cultivated in sugar cane be protected from a cold snap. The Duval County Fair Association, as an I jour time.
.with great profit to the grower. No ground must have raised native razor-back -:.
been talking about. a good drainage.Fill experiment, a i '
.. then <
:.'.>. stronger heavier crops nor richer cane has been the frame to a depth of five inches hog alongside a pure bred of exactlythe .. Get rid of that tickling cough that ,

': ") SOME FINE POLAND CHINAS. all produced in Florida on the reclaimed with manure from horse stalls and same age, giving them each the keeps you awake at night and draina.-; .
i. the your and marsh lands of the state. One cover it with a thin layer of soil. Then same feed and the same treatment, your vitality and energy Dr. Jinr'.
..
does not have to have distance to lend put the potatoes in, being careful that and they were exhibited together in new Discovery is a pleasant bakua.:
Let's ,
t L. C. Powell, the well known Starke
enchantment the view. It has .
been
to they do not touch each other. the the Duval fair the remedy, antiseptic, laxative
for all Do this same pen at one and vet '
turpentine operator, does some farming done here and can be, and will be done / ..
on a day that lie weighing 46 pounds and the other promptly effecthe. it soothes the
"to live sunny they may uncovered ex irritated ;
and stock raising side line. A
as
< a again. Any soil in Florida that will
;: few days he butchered eight head place." for several hours while the actly 26 pounds, both being 14 monthsold membrane and kills the cold % ;
ago produce a corresponding crop of sugar bed gets This will the time. the germs; your cough is soon relieved.
warm. at "It is kind of hog" i'
of 14 months old grade Poland China feed stuff ',A white frost does not encourage Delay is '
farm and injure early sprouting. Cover the potatoes said Mr. Anthony, "that has kept Flor .dangerousget Dr. En i ,S
that dressed
pigs 1,605 pounds. New
cane. A freeze does kill the Discovery at .
sugar once For pax
s with another thin layor of soil and ida A is richer for nearly
man
Plan poor. everyone
Mr. Powell tract off this
r owns a large or bud. fifty years it has been the
eye favorite
then add another layer of manure of of this kind he kills before it has .
f land just across the Clay county line, and then There is no agricultural product that three inches in thickness.The drawn longer breath, and the longerhe remedy for grippe, croup, coughs and :l
including what is known the Kick-
as is more staple than No +
sugar. crop beds may be made to the keeps one and the more of them he colds. Get a bottle today at your drug f.
!i": liter place on the Middleburg road. He you can't certain to produce a fair return. up .
tr. has lately fenced this tract and will Then if total failure of a cane crop has ne- second week in March, and if kept well I keeps, the poorer he gets." eist. 50c. (3) :
in stock on plant the watered, draws will be ready by about
d. engage raising a larger been recorded. The price fluctuates -
liest the end of the month or in early April. .
scale than heretofore.
than any other staple. Sugar, for
f. can get merly a luxury is now a necessity. .i1
rivals PULL STUMPS FROM THE FIELDS
: NEGROES COMING BACK TO The cost.of production of sugar cane
will be under efficient and economical conditions -
iji DIXIE. We has been reduced to $1.50 per- If the average Southern man knew Corn Peanuts Hay

of ton or less on all fields large enough what stumps in his fields cost him an- I 4

1 ATLANTA, Ga.. Feb. 14.-That the on economically employ tractor and a nually, he would never believe himself;

probability of war between the United weevil loader. a farmer until they were removed. If And Other Field Crops !1
{is
distribute And he
States and Germany has stopped a J. Nettles The present price_of standard gran- will not be more than a one- .
xf great many negroes from migrating to I ulated sugar in wholesale centers is horse farmer until his fields are clear-

northern cities is the news coming into 7.65 cents per pound. This high price ed. Two-horse implements, those
.- Atlanta from the great farming sec I fI caused by scarcity of beet sugar. pieces of machinery which put the soil : Florida has proved her rorth? for '

t: tions of South Georgia, which were be This source of sugar is now not avail in proper tilth and tend the crop all diversified farming. It rests now

ginning to feel very seriously the effects I Fruit The fields are neglected and through the season on the large fieldsof "' with the
!, :: of a labor shortage. an factories are destroyed in Bel- the successful farmer, will never growers to carry the) good

et I It seems that the negroes have got the i'jm i France and Germany from which find a place on half-cleared ground. 200 LBS. work on to profitable success.

,4, ten the idea that the Northern states cold quantities of came. The most economical farm work is
sugar EAL
would be the fighting ground if the diseases These high prices are likely to con- done on Southern farms with three Don't fail to plant cover ci ps, plow

'i ,' United States should get into war and The It'I for years to come, as the sup horses. On this point, the best author- RTIUZERJ deep and cultivate thoroughly; but for

hence they prefer to stay at home i iir in received of sugar has been exhausted, and ities on farm management agree. The MFOBY the greatest profit also meal Fer
+ Dixie land.Another. make will be necessary in order for step, then, is from one horse to three. __ use

strong deterrent influence tack by supply to again meet the world's You can't take it if you let stumps jjfllSON&TDOMEi tilizers on all your crops. j '

s ;r' has been the information sent back and scale- The opportunity is now at stand in your path.-Dade City Ban- MERTIUIERC We have formulas
to
:> brought back by who ner. met
negroes went to ing ) nd for the Florida cane to every
!' the north, scores of them landing in much of e establish himself with up grower to date KS0Vlui, need. Write to us for prig,

eastern cities with empty pockets and prevented and machinery as will secure PREVENTION BETTER THAN j
still emptier stomachs. duced. the CURE.
cane grower that profitable re ,

will need that naturally belongs to the in r Wilson & Tqomer

tality in -for modem methods and ma Farmers are warned against too indiscriminate
-
ArnourFertilizers of the can grow, manufacture and use of the many brands s
reason sugar from cane at a profit when of stock powders offered J Fertilizer ConjpanyManufacturers
Jhem. In
at once to old for less price than it costs to make most cases, if the animals are well car : : r

gus from beets. ed for, no medicine is necessary. Some Ideal Fertilizers
>. stantially The production of cane has |of the nostrums ,
i sugar are
entirely harmless ?
All than doubled in the last twelve ,,and ineffective, and all the loss the Dealers in Fertilizer $!aterials,

manufacture Remember, please handle, that EVEUYfertilizerandmaterial we- up and and the increase in price has [farmer incurs is only their purchase p Spray Machines and loscticiJes.

shown to 50 per cent of the price price. Others create an unnatural d 4111 Jacksonville
does not that time.Experts ap- Florida
t ::
petite in
the
h wing recognized: 1 value to animals, which, while it
: the grower. We < ffer many them; claim that 20 tons of cane seems to denote health and vigor, lays j ':
spt ci : j', vegetable: and fu!d crop fer- whiteflies tons per acre have been produced. the hogs have access to Let ._ -.
: plenty of pure -- --
; t lic'-ls. I later on acres will produce 100 tons of water, salt, pulverized charcoal ----

F r Animal I which will A sugar plant to handle 100 sulphur, and their bowels will be kept and Half Your Living
Fertilizers
fungi.. _- _of..cane. per day. will cost $20,000. in good condition. ._n___.. R,.ciciui. ""MInt *10- L nave Without I CostA J'
,: {:. Cbemical Fertilizers tip, and ne yeid ot sugar is 140' pounds from !a person possessing proper credentials fjloney

4z : Fertilizer: Materials dead and' ton of cane. 100 tons (one day's to vaccinate your hogs. Let right or wrong )jtart in 1917 will
your :::3
measure ) will produce 14,000 pounds of horse's diet be varied, feed and make or break most. farmers in the .. 1
reed!
fi & Tankage fection of This is one day's manufacture him regularly-but water South. We are alit facing a crisis.,-:

;$ Stock & Per''try Feeds In 5 acres of cane. This is raw sugar: and let him ha'eaccess never to'salt when warm, This war in Europ puts things in '.
small, or is worth 6.4 cents time instead all the N such uncertainty that no man can .
5 pound. Ian
of
r per
tf iials ;
$ raj"ig tli once a week, and he foresee c
the of
future with degree .
;. ways ar worth $896. Practically *900. will need no "condition powder." ESPECIAILLY clearness. any .': l
Our immense manufacturing able to One-half of this goes to the grower Prevention of ADAPTED | -
stock
: picking off -I50-which ills is better The sure and certain increase to ;;
i ; plants aid ceitlaicrl is $90 per acre for the than cure, and prevention cotton
mess
FOR lower cotton
ing the means good YOUR STATE acreage :
r buying sy.-t,m er a..-, s Ui gn To make this 14,000 pounds care. prices next fall. COot of all food and ;:
to offer fine-t quality I"'s'i- ro. raw sugar costs one cent "
per pound grain products Is tfch, so high that
,; bit in eseryihil j:. B .\( k k t foliage on $140 Sugar is worth $900. WHAT :,
One-half no -
STARKE one can afford ti buy and expect
/:: and WANTS TO
particulars free from KNOW
. foliage this'goes !
to the mill FREE to
11 L -$450. De pay out with cot" a.
I ... to 60 per ng $140, leaves It's
$310 per day prof The Answer a time above III others to play 'j
t mains to the mill. A sixty day is Found in the State safe; to produce all possible food,
run
re ment of ."
..,..-<: .. Armour Fertilizer Works cated, as in $18,600 profit on one season's a Starke Resident. grain and forage supplies on your-

$ Jacksonville Fla. sufficient of a plant that cost 20000. If OUR INSTRUCTIVE own acres; to cut dcpm the store ML ,
:. in its mill! uses 100 tons from five From week to week, from year to CATALOGUE rig good piece of' garden ground ;
acres AND
I All cane per day to year, there have been ) planted. rigJiUv[ tended and;,_
run sixty will appearing in
l promptly 60x5 acres. days these columns statements made by WEEKLY kept planted the vcjr round, can bl r J
GrowBiggest as possible acres of neighbors, which we have all read PRICE made to pay half yo,r living. It vBl "
cane---_______ _$54,000 with LIST
great interest save
made
you more than
,
? they were The product of this 300 with and many of us money you .
acres of cane great profit. on the best five
But what acies of cotton 701
rying we want SEND
distributed as follows: to know is, do they stand the FOR ever grew! -
Crops grove from the growers --- test of all-the test of greatest THEM Hastings' 1917 tells aD.'
from. -----------$27,000 time? Here TODAY S&Jd Book
: '' t To mill labor is conclusive .
* and expenses of evidence on this point about the right kind of a money..

invite mill -----------____________ 8,400 from a Starke woman: lug garden and the Vegetables to pet;::; _
J I SEED BEANS tip and, in to the mill -------- 18,600 Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Madison Ave. 4.n r/rt in it. It tells about ills field crops U ':, -
SCAR CEB -- ,
?
,4IMt Starke
'; f sible says, "I feel jusstified in rev JLLUAl.i well and shows you tie clear road to.

1i t { Refugee or 1000 to 1 -__$2.75 $10.00 chance Y.of. Total ---------------------$54,000 used ommending them Doan's Kidney Pills. I 9 JACKSONVIlLE f'A real farm prosperity.! It's Free. Sendfor -_

" I Red Valentine _________ 2.75 10.00 in all backache. and.for*,>i kidpey._ ___..complaint_J -_ and \ it today to H. G.HASTINGS CO,. i
P; Black Valentine ________ 2.75 10.00 saws and citrus trees, either in ficial."?(Statement- -? j given" very Atlanta'Ga.-Advt
i
4 Stringless Green Pod __ after grove or ---
r. 2.75 10.00 until all danger 1911). -- -
":;, t. t Hodson Wax _____-___ 3.00 12.00 will ceeding to spells is over with for of this further win- Lasting Results. Dene-I'
Selected Tom Watson melon seed, 75c go With the Over three years later
Mrs.
Ib., 10 Ib. lots 60c lb., Bloomfield's "77"bu. ing so much the however,passage the trees of Should all frost drews said: "The cure Doan's Kid-i One Hundred Bushels of the Celebrated
be Pills E
f t F prolific seed corn 75c pit, $2.50 bu. fertilized and ney gave me has proven lasting.
the
defoliating given best of I am just
Extra early N. C. grown cotton seed to stimulate the this as willing to recommend
t r s $2.25 bu.; Extra early Sea Island cot I' suggested possible. most rapid Price medicine 50c now as ever." Sosnowsfy Cotton Seed
ton seed $2.50 bu. N. C. peanuts $1.75 In citrus at all dealers. Don't sim-
as the frost ply ask
for
of damage
leaves is a kidney
bu.; Recleaned beggar weed seed 25c conditions which Doan's remedy-*et FOR
have been Kidney Pills .:the SALE AT
thorough created $2.00 BUSHEL
I lb. Write for complete catalog. pruned out it offer the grower and nurserymen Mrs. Andrews has twice publicly same that PER
Bloomfield rec-
Nursery &: Seed Co., opportunity to deal ommended. Foster
killing by a severe blow Milburn Co
< MONT1CELLO, FLORIDA. quick l both insects and diseases the re- Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (23). by the ]
[
i of which they will be tkBecsise......
of diseases able to Tbst A. D.
tt v" Tell it to the Telegraph and you ten secured for many months to of lu tonic Dun uNit Affect n., ..... Andrews Mercantile Co.
TICK elfCt
v- everybody. Advertise Fertilizers ; WILMON NEWELL? ap-j Quinine BJt83O add does QtINL"'iE DOt is better thanordinaga LAXA. Raiford :
any: FloriJa
-
Plant. nlC'u& in head, Bemembet lIen-ou81Ie' Der
7'mac 10011 for the sigaaure ofyti the', full GRV Dame_ 24 and ...

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FRIDAY,. FEBRUARY 23, 1917 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN


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bearny.- 11T may felay oul as occurred t6 mTThaI He eontempaTed" over aVruItljv and laycn nre"'gTa3s, .* 1-' ....ain Wrst 30 cha'ns and Range 2 East containing J-4 acre more or
South 13 1-3 chains to place of beginning. of
long as you like. I always sleep late moving for the next century at least. his face on his arms turned toward said Section 7 ; the S4 of NWU of NEU.NEU less.No.No 3. SW of SEU of Sec. 35. Tp. 6 S.

PRUDENCE on Saturdays.". He was a bitter disappointment" She her face. They were quiet for a while, of NWU. SEt of SWU except 23 acres R. 22 E. containing acre, tnrre or lets.
on West side. Ei; of SEU. and SW of SEU > of
but their glances were clinging. : No. E4 of N'KU and E ? NE'. of
So
Prudence delightedly tripped up looked down the roadside where the except five acres in Southeast corner of Section NWU of Sec. 36. Tp. 6. S. 22East. containing -

9ft1lLe) the parsonage board walk, wheeling mule was contentedly grazing, with "Did you play football at college? 8: Lots 3. 4. 5 and 6 or the NW and 100 acres, mo'rt or I,es S
the You are so tall. Fairy's tall too.Falry's Lots 9, 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 and 16. and the No. 5. SI of NE'. of SEI,' of See. 10. Tp.
bicycle by her side. She hid it never so much as a sympathetic glanceat SE' of Section 9
: Lots 2, 3. 4 and 5. and 7 S. R. ., containing :Q more or
; IADSONAQ1I. carefully in the woodshed for the his victim. very grand looking. I've tried NWU of NEI NEU of NWl and Wt-i of aI.

best to lots and NWU of Section 10 Lots 1. 9. 10 and 11 of less.No..
twins were rash and my eat and exercise, ; 6. SWU of NE', aml.S'.VU of SEU
I.- venturesome. But Tm afraid your bicycle Is rather make myself but-I West :Melrose and Lot 7 of Simm's survey. in of NWU of Sec. 1 1. Tp. 7 S. k. : East eon-
after; she had gone to bed, she confided badly done up." bigger am a Section 13; the E'i of Lot 3. and Lots 4 andS taining 50 acres mon or lssNo. :
fizzle." of Section 14 ; the W} of NEU. NE of .
her j 7. NEU of NEUf Se.. 13. Tp. 7.
plan to Fairy. "Oh-whatever will Mattle Moore "Yes I NWU less tract of four acres sold to Thomas ,S. R. 22 containing 4" jcres. more or
But E
Lv Tm going at six o'clock, and. Fairy, say to me? It's borrowed. Oh, I see played football. girls P. Boulware. WU of NW .. NEU of SWU. i less.No.
do not need to be so tall as men. Don't and NW i of SE j. SW j of SE1,. and E': I 8. NEU of SE>, of Sec. 1:. Tp. 7 S.
If
I am a little late you'll get break now, that it was Just foolish pride that you remember what Orlando said of NE i of SE :, except 1'i acres sold by R. 22 East, containing .') more or
fer.
fast for papa and the girls, like a dear, made me unwilling to ride during decent Supgs to Rhodes of Section 15; the NEU of less.
won't about Rosalind-'just as tall as my NEU of Section 16; the NEt of NE!i. all of W. J. I.PPERSOX.
yout"Fairy hours. What a dunce I wases NWU of NEU except S'i of SEU of NWU Sheriff of
heart? I imagine you come about to I Dr.ioli County. Flrda )
promised. And early the next usual. of NE'.. the NEU of NWU. S'.. of NW1:. ;
my shoulder. We'll measure as soon the SW .. NH of SE'.. and SWU of SEU -
morning Prudence, In red sweater He looked at her curiously. This was as you are on your feet again." of Section 17; Lot 4 of Section IS ; the NWU I NOTICE OF

jacket and cap, set out upon her secret beyond his comprehension. She explained of NWU of Section 24 : the Ni of NWU ELEfIS.. 5, 1917.
"Are going to live In Mount I 1.
you and Wi of of of Section
NWU NEU 36 ALL
ride. : the d the school
It By by
was a magnificent morning, and then was silent a while. power Vc't
Mark IN TOWNSHIP 9. SOUTH OF RANGE 22
? ?
now Are you coming to stay of Florida of Public Instruction -
and Prudence sang for pure delight as "Falry'U have to get breakfast and Prudence was almost quivering as she EAST. law of Bradford county.hereby order an election .

she rode swiftly along the country she always gets father's eggs too The NW j of NWU of Section 3 ; the NWU held in Risirg Special Tai Ditric o
asked this. It was of vital Impor of Section 4 : the NWU of NWU. and NEU 16 on the 3rd day Of March .\. 1917. for
roads guided only by her own caprice. hard. Silence again. "Maybe papa'Ilworry. tance. of SWU of Section 5 : Lot 3 or NEU of NW the election of tire* trustees for two

She knew It was growing late "butFalry'll But then they know by this t. and Lots 10. 15 and 16 of Stttion 7 ; Lot and to determine the amount *f millage to.r he C
"No, I will only be there a few days, 4 and part of Lot 5 of Section 9 ; Lot 2 and J. M. Bruwnlee. J, L. Underbill.
get breakfast, she thought time that something always does hap- but I shall probably be back every part of Lot 3 of Section 10 ; the Nlj of NEU.SEU 'ase. appointed w mhr.sk-ers. '
comfortably. pen to me, so they'll be prepared." of NE' SWU of NWU. and NWU of I I
week or so. Is your father very strict? SWU of Section 16; the E'j of NEU. the E R I'OrrELL
Finally she turned In a by-road leadIng She turned gravely to the young Maybe he would object to your writingto NWU. Sii! of SWU. and SEU of Section 17 ; 2-9-t Sn !

between two rich hickory groves. man beside her. He was looking downat the SEW of SEU of Section 19 ; Lot 2 of NOTICE OF APPLICATION tflR TAX DEED
I me. Section 21 ; Lot 6 of Section 25 ; Lot 3 of
I Dismounting at the top of a long hill her, too. And as their met UNDER SECTION K Vf iHAPTEK4SSS.
eyes
"Oh, he isn't strict at all. And he Section 27: the SWU of MV'V of SW'\ LAWS UK FI ClttlUA.
she gazed anxiously around her. No and clung for an Instant a slow, dark and SEU of SW!, of Section 23; the W'-.. of "
will be glad for me to write to you I Hereby notice is t'nvt that J, E. Futch. purchaser -
Section 29 Lots 2 and of Section
7 32 Lots
one was In sight The nearest house color rose in his face. Prudence felt a ; ; of sa'.e: numbered
tax -
( respectively
t.rtilitt.,
know. Is Des Moines just full of beau 4 and 5 of Section 33 : the E1 j of NEt or Lot .I
was two miles behind and the road curious breathlessness-caused by her tiful ?" 1. and NWU of NEU of Section 34 ; ALLIS 54 and 9S. u-ued U the Tax Collector
girls for Bradford c-nmty. ihorida. each of
(Copyright by the Bobbs-UerrUl Com was long and smooth and Inviting, hurtling ankle, undoubtedly."My "I should say not. I never saw a EAST.TOWNSHIP 9. SOUTH OF RANGE 23 said certificates U-intf Jatv' the 3rd day of
nanv.) and the hill Prudence August. A. D. 1914. !tar filnl )1e said certificates -
was steep. name is Prudence Starr-I am real beautiful girl In Des Moines in Commencing at a stake on Earle Avenue in my office and has nt.Ie applicationfor

SYNOPSIS. yearned for a good soul-stirring coast, the Methodist minister's oldest daughter. my life. Or any place else for that West running 40 570 chains feet more North or to less a to stake the Section thence tax deed to Usue in act-iriance with law

with her feet high on the frameworkof ." line between Sections 33 and 32 thence South The said certificates r.r>fftiembrace the
matter, until I came- You know when ; following lands ia Florida
CHAPTER I-Prudence Starr eldest of the wheel and the pedals flying "And my name is Jerrold Harmer." you come right down to it there are to Earle Avenue and thence along Earle I. assessed at the date fr..l.tt. i ounty.. ance of such
Avenue to the place of beginning said tract (
five motherless girls comes to the Methodist around beneath her skirts. It seemed : in the rvsi-ti\ely herein- L
He certificates
Into the names
was looking away hickory
parsonage at Mount Mark as house mighty few girls that look-just the of land lying in Section 33. TOWNSHIP
safe. The only living thing In sight home is Des 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST. containing after particularly set f.irth. tufwit:
mother tor her father the Methodist min grove now. "My in way you want them to look." Certificate No. 5J em. ti. S1! of SWU
13 acres, more or less: also the NWU of
liter. was a sober-eyed, serious mule peacefully :Moines." of NWU and SEU "f *tt and SWU of
Prudence of Section in 11
nodded. "That's the way SWU 33. TOWNSHIP 8, SOUTHOF .
grazing near the bottom of the ""Oh Des Moines is quite a city, RANGE T2. EAST. NEU and NEU of SE'-4 f E'4 and W4 I.
CHAPTER XI The girls entertain a visiting with men, too. Of all the men I have Beginning on the side of the SeaboardAir I of SEU of SEU and :.VU of : ', and NU
minister at luncheon. to his discomfiture. hillPrudence isn't it? I've heard quite a lot aboutIt seen In my life, I never saw one before Line Railway. 60 Wet feet from the center of of S'a of SWU of SWUStc.. i Tp. 5, S. R t

Carol one of the twins. rides the laughed gleefully, like a You might tell me about Des that looked Just the I wanted the track. on the South line of Section 6 in 2=- E., 190 acres/asses--1 I'akij.wn.Certificate 1:, .
with disastrous results. way No. 8S r'ubraeiJ the NEU of ..
cow
family child. She never laughed again in exactly Moines. Is It nice? Are there Township 9 South of Range 22 East, on Ar- *
very him to. redondo Grant line; thence West along SW',. Sec. 15. Tp. 6. H. : > E 4 acre, l.
CHAPTER III-Prudence and Fairy receive that way. "Here goes I" she lots of rich people there? Of course, "Before?" he questioned eagerly. said Section line 2,721 rnninl; thence North assessed W. P. Summ. r- t rodwnudaccording j
sha'l
the Ladies' AW society while Lark cried, and leaping nimbly Into the I do not really care any more about "Yes said Prudence "You 1.300 feet; thence South 83 degrees East Unless said certiticati.dint. issue* thereon
frankly. to law. tax
Carol and Connie 2,229 feet to the right of of said .i.
mud on the dining practice room table.modeling in saddle, she pedaled swiftly a few rich people than the others but it always look just as I wish you to." road ; thence along said right way of way 1,516 Rail on the 26th day of .''n"r) .Af. D. ln! ;.

Chapter IV.-The twins prepare Ccrstance times, and then lifted her feet to the makes a city seem grand to have feet to beginning containing 80 acres, more Witness my official .;.ralur. and wal this

for initiation into their private seeM society coveted position. The pedals flew a lot of rich citizens, I think. Don't or less : excepting 20 acres sold to K. F. Brn- 25th day of January A. li'JT.t. WEEKS.
dorf by deed recorded in Book "X" \
with results unexpected to themselves.CHAPTER .
around beneath her and the wind you 1"So ,(Continued Next Week.) .83 of the public records Dd Alachua county pai' ( ,rk; Circuit Court
Ft R. .*. WEEKS.
Babler V-When in the Fairy entertains whistled about her In a most exhilarating he told her about Des Moines, Forida. and excepting 40 acres sold to Thomas 1-26-ot. (Sea'? Deputy Cl.rk.
Eugene evening the twins by deed recorded in Deed Book \
convince Prudence that etiquette has small way. i and Prudence lay with her eyes half- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + '.x" at page 4S6 of said _- 4ORDINAME I

place in the Starr family. But as she neared the bottom the closed, listening, and wondering why + LEGAL NOTICES + a certain piece ror.Alo containing So tO.'S.-

CHAPTER VI-Connie practices economy placid mule suddenly stalked Into the there was more music in his voice than + + + + + 'pNOTICE + + + + + + + + + + aen'Inscribed more tract or in less said lying Section North 6 and of the dlerib last AN ORDINANCE OFAM...) FOR ASSE THEIMPOUNDING *. I.
from of the 10'SE.
by borrowing $5 one middle of the road. Prudence screamed, in most voices. Her ankle did not ed in a deed from Laurence Wilks MULES. COWS. (;0S. AND
trustees to buy a new cloak and un- jerked the handlebar hurt badly. She did not mind it OF MASTER'S SALE. ililier recorded in Deed Book "R"' at C SWINE RUNNING AY UMGlJON STREETS
csnsclously teaches the church pillars a I to the right to very under and by
that
Notice is hereby given 92' of the public records of said Alachua County. QR OTHER PUBLIC I'LACKS 'JN THE TOWN
jeuon. the left, and then, with a sickening at all. In fact she never gave It a virtue of a decree made and rendered on the OF STARKE. BR.\DHn'n COX'NTY. FLOR

Prudence captures a thud. she struck the mule head first thought From beneath her lids, she 27th day of January. A. D. 1917. in the Cir Also Lot 8 and 9 of Section 6 in Township IDA. AND PROVIDING FOR '|1IE SALE OF
CHAPTER VII- cuit Court of Alachua County. Florida in 9. Range 22 East. SUCH EXi'E.SSESjOK KEEPISGSAliE
burglar and wins $ OO reward.CHAPTER and bounced on down to the ground kept her eyes fastened on Jerrold Chancery by the Honorable J. T. Wills Judgeof Al Lot of Section 1 in Township 9 ANIMAL. OF RiCh SALES

with a little cry of pain. The bicycle. llarrner's long brown hands, clasped sad; Court. in a suit therein pending where. of Range 21 Eat BE APPIEO.PROEW AND DESCRIBING
in Melrose Manufacturing Company, a corporation 10'j acres 4 in Township 9 POUND OR -.
A PENALTY ,
Al *
crashed beside loosely about his knees. And whenever BIF\iIN'
VIII. her and the mule and Jesse L. Wallace .
is complainant of Range 22 East, conveyed by Benjamin FOR RELEASING na'OlND D ANIMALS.
slightly startled looked around at her she could, she looked up into his and Charles C. Clayton. individually and as B. Ewing and wife to Rt Reverend JohnF. BE IT wn Council of

Romance Comes. with ears raised in silent questioning.Then partners doing business as Melrose Turpen- Young. Bishop of Florida by deed date the Town of Starke Bradford,County Stateof
tine & Land Company et aL. are defendants. June 29. 1879. and recorded in D Book I t
Sometimes, Methodists or Presbyte- he ambled slowly across the road, I wilt olfer'for sale and sell at public auction at page 938 of the public said Ala Flond. It shall te tic ditty of the Mar

rians or heretics-whatever we and deliberately continued his grazing. to the highest and best bidder or bidden chua County. shal or any policeman to tike and impoundall
may
for cash in front of the court house doorin Schedule "B" horses asses mule ens. U' U. sheep and
be-we are irresistibly impelled to the Prudence tried to raise herself, but the City of Gainesville. Alachua County. The W?$ of Section 14 ; Nt. EVi of SWU. swine found running at IJrren the streets

conclusion that things were simply she felt sharp pain. She heard some- Florida. on Monday the 6th day of March A. and SEU of Section 16: !- of NWU! of or other public places of seid UVn and to impound -
D. 1917 the same being a Rule Day of said Section 23 : and the SWU of SWU (containing and keep them ir'l'.y! impounded until
bound to happen I However slight the one leaping over the fence near her Court. during the legal hours of sale. all that 49 acres) of Section 31 : IN TOWNSHIP all costs, charge and t'7pdl8(hall have been '

cause-stIll that cause was predestined and wondered, without moving her land. premises and property situate. lying and 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST. paid or until disposed of kriinafter pro-
Wing in the Counties of Alachua Bradford. Part of LoU 2 and 3 of Section 4 as described \ \
from the beginning of time. A girl head, If It could be a tramp bent on I .. Clay and Putnam State of Florida. hereinAfter in deed recorded in Book "X" of vide 2. ..bnM duy of the Marshal -

may by the sheerest accident step highway robbery. The next Instant a / particularly described and set forth in Deeds at Page 244 ; the NV4 of SWU of SE :' upon I n-mal in the
'Schedules A. and B., namely: of Section 5 except a strip of six acres on pound to forthwith notifythe jwner or owners
from the street car a block ahead of man was leaning over her. "It's nota
_ Schedule "A" West side; Ten acres in Section 6, described thereof, if known in "ritit" of such impounding -
her destInatIon-an Irritating accidentBut tramp," she thought before he had. I'I"' I The S\V of SE,, of Section 24 : the NW! as. beginning at Wheeler's Northeast corner giving a full Aa 1riptija thereof, and
S of NE' Nt of NW& and SEV, of NW : being the Southeast of Lot 7 of said .
as she walks that block she may time to speak. ; corner that the same, if not rt kne pi-hin twenty- t
I NI! of SW... SEC of 5EV.. three-qu.rters Ston. running thence West 440 yard.thence four hour, by th paron4 I iosu, chares
meet an old-tIme'frIend. a stranger.And "Are you hurt?" he cried. "You poor of NW& of SE .. and three-qll.rtera of SW& 110 yard. thence East and and wi d pursuance to the

that stranger-ah,' you can never child 1"Prudence 4&1'V. of SE .. of Section 25: the NWU of SWU thence yards to the place of beginning proviion epn.thi Orl' "fr1' the o.Or or
of Section 27 ; the NW',l of NWU NWU of ; the SEU of NWU of Section 8 ; Lot owners are I. tbeystalI not hate '
convince the girl that her stepping smiled pluckily. "My ankleIs ., SW'.. S!-i of SEU. NE :, of NE h and NEU I 12 containing 40 acres Lots K- and 13 of West redeemed the same wil ..thl Hate limited by

from the car too soon was not ordered hurt a little, but I am not a cl lId." I of SE of Section 34: ALL IN TOWNSHIP Melrose a shown on plat recorded June 22, this ordinance, the Mar'Io.hI forthwith advertise -
( 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 21 EAST. 1883. in Deed Book "Q" at page 930 of the the same ,1.! ithin
when the foundations the world The In relief .
o to .
young man great The NWU of NW.. SVa of NWU.! Ntf of publie records of Alachua County. And beginning the town at I.at thnw vTitten-.or printe no
were laid. laughed aloud, and Prudence joined SWV4, W -j of SWV* of SW.,.. and E'a of at Northwest corner of Lot 1 of Wet tires of the time and \>''.ee of..id one 1 ,

After all, It was very simple. Across him rather faintly. SEU\ of SWU of Section 5 : the WVi of SW Addition to Melrose thence run South 11.89 at the pound, one at the "' !al and one ;
U of NE\\ SElf of NWU. W% of SEU. chains thence West 15.07 chains thence Northwesterly at the County Court 1"I. ""rut less than I
the street from the parsonage lived a "I'm afraId I cannot walk," she said. ;.. and SEt:. of SEU\ of Section 6 ; the NeU 11.54 chains thence North 5.13 chains five consecutive da)I '.iu Ha the day of '

girl named Mattle Moore-a common, "I believe I've broken my ankle, maybemy of NEU. SWU of NEI:'. WVi of SEU of thence East 27.26 chains to place of beginning sale. I not rlaime. 10 thl *.ll said ani- "
NE\\.. N'i\ of SE .. NL, of SWU of SE'". containing b estimation 23 acres of land. all mal ':{ a.t.o' after the
unlovely unexciting girl, who taughta whole leg. for all I know. It- and SEU of SEU or Section 7 ; the W\ in Section Lots 6, 7 and 8 of Section 14 ; giving of the notice afinVaH a; the pound in

country school five miles out from hurts-pretty badly!" i of NWU of NW h WVi of SEU of NWU. and the EI- of NWU of Section 23 ; IN said town between th ht>4n or eleven o'clocka.
and SE of SWU of Section 8; the NW TOWNSHIP 9, SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST. m. and two rn-
and rode to and from her school "Lie down like this he said helpingher
town of SEU of Section 14 ; the SWU of NEUNEU The SU of SEU of NWU of NE'.. the Section 3. All moneys iKelvyl by the Marshal
morning and evening on a bicycle. to a more comfortable position "do of NEU of NWU. S'i of NW\ W': W>.i of SEU of SWI of NEU of Section 7 : either from the es!, ,f su.h animal. or

One evening, early in June when the not move. May T examine your foot?" of SWU. and SE'. of SEU of Section 17 : three acres in Southat corner of SWU! of from the owner when th* animal* have beenredeemed
the NEU\ of NE%. the Sof\ NW' of NWU of ; South .e"en-tenth by the ownrr. .'tall paid to the
world was fair to look upon, it was She shook her.head, but he removedthe NEW. and S'i of NEU of Section 18 : the of NWU of NWU. the NEU of Town Trruurrr and the Itkrtha shall take hn

foreordained that Prudence should be shoe regardless of her headshake."I .'\ S4 of Lot 4 and the S'i of Lot 5 of Section the North three-fourths of SE :' of NWU of receipt for the lantf. 1i.Tjoo Trruunr
'
19 : the NWU of SEU of Section 20 ; Section 10; the EL.{ of SEU of Lot 12 (con. after paying all the t..'j kml .' inei-
turning in at the parsonage gate justas believe it sprained. I am sure the NWU! of NWU of Section 21 ; the NELL taining five acres) of Section 18; the NV'. (dent to the impoundinr sad lab- .such animals .

Mattie Moore whirled up opposite, the bone is not broken. But how in of NE!.. SWU! of NEU. Eto of SE'. ofNEL. of Lot 12 (containing ten acres) and LoU 12 hall hold the b liner Ir fruit for the
.. and Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Section 22 ; the and 13 according to Dudley' survey of S c- owner of the animal 11 aeimas. and if the
on her dusty wheeL Prudence stoppedto the world will you get home? How far NW'. of NW of Section 23; the NW' of ton 19; the Wj! of SWU (except five acres) balance 1 held in triM t* not ,limr withinone

Interchange polite inanities with her is It to Mount Mark? Is that where SE1 and Lots 12 and 13 or W'i of SWU. of Section 20: and the NWU of Lot 1* (cnn. year from the iU e of .. t.
the bicycle of Section 26: the NWU of NWU or Lot 2. tjlininir 10 cereal of Section 3 IM TOWN.- .-, ,aid into the general ftv4 ot said Town.
neighbor and Mattle. wheeling live? -
-you 1.0 J fractional; part of SWU of NWU.! and fractional SHIP 9. sourlorR iGE 23 EAST. | Seetin.. The fr -h.e{>t Im.lundlnl -,
lightly beside her, came across "Yes"-considering"yes, I live I part of SEU of NWU less 18 acre Lots 2 thlfnurth of .hll a followi

the street and stood beneath the par there and it must.be four miles any "Do Your Friends Call Jerry deeded to Charles C. Shooter of Section 28: Lot .4 and EHr of Lot 10 eetpt | 'lr each seizure .'. ait mule or cow
you the East three-fourths of NE of NEU and acre deede to Jerkins. 14. 25 acres in the 60 cent i _
sonage maples with Prudence. They how. What shall I do?" Lots 10 and 11 of Section 79 ; also all the of Lot 22. and Lots 23 and 24.1 seizure a" a'< ot)* r animal. licenU. :

talked of the weather of the coming ( In answer he pulled off his coat and face. And always there was that curious Southeast portion of Lot 7 of Section 29 lying of Section 6 IN TOWNSHIP 10. SOUTH OF ;
catching In her breath and she South of. the branch : also all of Lot 8 ofSection ,RANGE 23 EAST. and containing 315 For rich day's n-lrrtuj an. 'eed of each
the side of the ,
arranged it carefully by '
29 sold by Silas Weeks to Nathaniel more or less. aens'l horse, mule or c. *, >I en4
road on the grass. Then jerking open looked away again quickly feeling Jones: also all of Lot 9 of Section 29 (except And also all lands interests in lands For each day' rrlvnti ana feed of any

the bag he had carried he took out a that to look too long was dangerous."I 12 acres on east side sold by Patrick leases on lands, owned and controlled by other animal. 15 cent {
Kelly to B. J. Earle, and six and threeeighthsacres complainant on the 2nd day of March A. D. For peparing ad<. !* few towels, and three soft shirts. have talked my share now, he sold to II. D. Lewis and six and three- 1911. situate in Alachua. Bradford. Clay and notices 25 e nb. I -:

Hastily rolling them together for a pillow was saying, "tell me all about your. eights acns sold to Isaac W. Bennett. and Putnam counties in the State of Florida The Marshal .hal W self and the and fam IS'i! acres sold to S. Barker. now owned by whether herein: specifically described or not. the above fee .t animal driven into -,
he added It to the bed pro tern. parsonage, your Shooter described as follows: Commencing All the said I.nd der'b in said ScheduleA said pound in addition" nil j-ttwr Im and jjsalarr

Then he turned again to Prudence. ily. And who Is Fairy? And do you at a point 1740 feet North of the Southwestcorner will be sold place afore paid such M.nia. Sail turn to be H
attend the college at Mount Mark? of said Lot 9 ; thence East to lands eaid. subject to all claims. rights and interests paid by the Town Cou"o.. in !t same manneru
"I'll carry you over here and fix owned by B. J. Earl and Patrick Kelly. or not heretofore surrendered or terinate' of other bill are p i< .
you as comfortably as I can. Then I'll You look like a college girL"'Oh otherwise to the meander line of said Lot 9. L. A. Dai and Brothers Section The Town -ur.h4I shall keep 4

I am not" said Prudence, reluctant thence southerly along the meander line of lease contract dated August 25th. 1910. record in a book t be fv..11h'by the T01lln.
go to the nearest house and get a said lot about 1000 feet ; thence West about between Melrose Manufacturing Company and of all animal ( m under this
make the admission for the
wagon to take you home." to 6SO feet to the West line of said lot: thence said L. A. Davis & Brothers whereby certain the d.t of t'c impounding _
and first time in her life. "I am too stupidto North on said West line 810 feet to the place t'mher and other rights were granted said L. stating the disposal' ma.1 of tic same and if
Prudence was not shy, realizingthat be a college girl. I left high school of beginning ; subject to the riparian right A. Davis and Brothers.All sold to whom aol .m"un.ald for. the .
his plan was the wise one, she heretofore reserved on the North and East the said land dterib in said Schedules of sale the owner : knu>n, and a description -
made objections when he came to five years ago and hate been keeping sides of said Lot 9. with an equal right of "A" and sld at the time of the animal n* anima.! Said book ,
no house for my father and sisters since way to and through the branch channel of the and place above stated subject to all the naval j I to be kept a part of the .'ublicreeords of the .
help het' across the road. "I think I Santa Fe Canall : the SWU of SW1 E'i stores and turpentine privileges on certain said town and subject to the inspection of the

can walk if you lift me up." then. I am twenty years old: How of SEU of SWt S'; of SEI. and Lot 1 of parts of the lands described in said Schedules I II"A" .Town Counei and the pu' lie at all time
old are you?" Section 30 ; also Lots 1 and 2 of the N'i of and "B" conveyed to Musselwhite-Brown : Any pron. wil'out authority
But the first movement sent such a "I and he smiled. Lot 3 of Section 30, described as follows: Commencing ''I Company by the Receiver appointed in this I from the Town vh.ihftll release any

:-ji -\ twinge of pain through the wounded am twenty-seven, at the Northeast corner of said Lot couse under authority of decree of above court I impounded animal in said To..,, or any person a ,
.
I
clutched him franticallyand "Jerrold Harmer she said slowly 2, thence South along the East line of said lot dated November 15th. 1916. I who shall break on ferny, gate, fastenings
ankle that she and very musically. "It is such a nice 1260 feet : thence West 136.5 feet. thence All the said lands described in said Shtdul.1 or enclosure of 'b. tavrn pound. or I
burst into tears. "It hurts," she North to the shore of Lake Alto 1150 feet; "A" and "B" will be sold at the ',shall aid or assist in or attempt *ucb breaking 1
cried "don't touch me." name. Do your friends call you thence East along the shore of said Lake Altoto place above state subject to the lien and shall upon convition. t. fined in a sum notexceeding t
136.5 feet. containing eration of mortgages from > Dollars
Jerry? the place of beginning etrtin tpI' : or b imprisoned r
Without speaking, he lifted her as about four acres of land; also! a fractionalpart Manufacturing Company a corporation, not exceeding sixty dlYs or both
school called Rol-
I he could and carried her to "The boys at me of Section 30. being the NWU of SE'. Barnes & Jess'jp Company (now Southern such fine and imprisonnirnt in the discretionof J. .
gently as die and sometimes Uammie. But my thereof described as follows: Commencing val Stores Company) of record in Mortgage the Mayor of skid Town.
I
the place he had prepared for her. rhother always called me Jerry. Sheisn't at a point on Lake Alto 50 feet East of the Book 30, page 503 et seq..' Alachua County. Section 7. All ordinances or part of ordinances ] _-
Section thence running Florida, and of record in Mortgage Book 32. in conflict with the
"Will be warm enough? he asked, center line of sad provisions of this 1
I you living now either. You call me South parallel to said center line about ;00 pale 314. Alachua County. Flor da upon which ordinance are hereby rcpt-akd. :
/
: after he bad stood looking awkwardly Jerry, will you?" feet to a stake; thence East 12 degrees South said mortgages there is a balance due of I Section 8. This ordmarcshVll become ef
girl as longas stake about 580 feet North of $5534.02. with interest thereon from January fective sixty after iU psisage
down upon the sobbing 625 feet to a I' day and approvaL ,
be
"Yes I will but It won't '
It. proper. the South line of said "forty." thence South 19th. 1917. 5R. 1'
he could endure But that never makes any difference to the South line of said "forty." thence West The above advertised sale will b made by theundersigned I S. Ml IEWS.

"Yes," nodded Prudence gulping to me except when It might shock 660 feet to the center line of said Section : Special Master for purpose of satisfying i President of; .
in her throat. thence North along said center line to the the said decree of Court first herein- Attest:
down the big sob rising the members. You want me to call shore of Lake Alto. thence along the shore of above mentioned. I C. A. FUTCH ;

111 run. This confounded cress-cut Jerry don't you?" said lake to the place of beginning contain- S. M. M\TIEWS. Town Clerk.

is out of the way that no one will you ling about ten acre: the NWU of NWex- As !fat r. ,To the Mayor: :
so "Yes I do. And when we are better i iceft a strip of ten acres off the West side.NEU BAKER I BAKER I hereby eerfy that the tWgoing ordi

pass here for hours, I suppose. Now acquainted, will you let me call you of SWU. EI; of SEU and SWU of SEUjof Solicitor 2-2-5L :nance was passed b, the Town Council

lie as comfortably as you can and do Prudence?" Section 31 : the NWU of NEU 1 Il'Ss one on the 6th day of J'ebrul A. D. 1917.
,
acre deeded to the Board of Public Instruc C. A. FUTCH. -
"Sometime Will You Let Me Ride Your not worry. I'm going to run. "Call me that now. I can't be too turn N'of NWl SEU! of NWl and five SHERFFS SALE. (Copy) Town Clerk. -

Wheel%" Off he started but Prudence, left particular. you see, when I am lyingon acres in the Northwest corner of SE'4 of SWU Notice is that I. W. J. Epper I Approved by me this Cth. day of Feb. ,
frightened. of Section 32 : ALL IN TOWNSHIP 8, SOUTHOF son, sheriff of Bradford County. State of Florida A. D. 1917.
alone, was suddenly your coat and pillowed with your RANGE 22 EAST. under and by virtue of fiat certain writ I

summer of Matties school, rejoicingthat "Please, oh, please" she called after belongings. You might get cross, and The NH of SW% of Section 4 : the E1* of execution issued out of and under the seal 2.94t JOE HILL WILLAM Mayor..

one more week would bring free- and when he came back she buried of NWU of Section 9 : all of Section 15 ; commencing of the Circuit Court of Hil'shnrough' Cunty.
hIm from Did
take- them away me. you at Northeast corner of SEU. thence Florida against Nancy E Little .
dom from books for Mattie and the her face in shame deep In the linen go to college?" West to Northeast corner of NWU of SEU ; M. Little. her husband, ar, in favor of H. J. 2 V'h

younger parsonage girls. towel. "Yes to Harvard but I was not thence South to right of way of Geontia Minich, and dated the 2nd day of January CARD TO TI E I'LJ1L1C. i
A. D. 1917. will offer for alt' and
Then said Prudence: "Isn't It great "I'm afraid" she whispered, crying much of a student Then I knocked Southern along said and right Florida of way Railroad to the: thence Section East line the highest and best bidder for eBh.wi.1 t 8;

fun to ride a bicycle? I love It. Sometime again. "I do not wish to be left alone around a while looking at the world viding Section 27 and 211. thence North along court house door in the T"vn of Stsrke, Bradford By order of the board (if public in '

will you let me ride your wheel?" I A snake might come or a I aid Section line to the Northeast corner of County. Florida. on Monday. March 5th. struction all billsrracttinz the 1 fl'
went horn to
here. and two years ago SEU. the place of bepinnins. in Section 28 : 1917. the same being a Wai salve day of said super- :
"Why certainly. You may ride now tramp." Des Moines. I have been there ever i the E'i of SEt.. and the SWU of SEt ofSection court during the legal hours of sale the fol intendent's office later tl'in noon on '

If you like." beside her. "You'renervous. 31 : Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 and 5 of Sectionr lowing described real sta'" situated being Saturday before the the
He sat down since except for little runs once in a boai'J
IN and lying in Bradford County meet
of Section 34 ALL :
of SWU ;
"No," said Prudence slowly, "I usedto : I'll stay with you until you while." lt TOWNSHIP: ; antiVt 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 23 EAST. No. 1. Commencing at N'" Ford tit- following Monday, 'il! l Ie over '.

ride but am afraid It would not do feel better. Someone may come this Prudence sighed. "My sister Fairyis LoU 5 and 6 in Section 1 ; the SU of lion and Myrtle streets in Starke. and run until the next regular meeting. ; is
West Madison street 10 ".. thence North
I now. Some of the members might way, but it'isn't likely. I cut throughthe going to college now. She's very 10 SWU less of four NWU.acres NU on East of NWU side and of SWU.four acre Lot 134 feet on thence East 210 feet to Myrtle street This is done in order that the sec- J

j lee me and-well. I am very grownup hickory grove to save a mile. That's en West side of Lot It. of Section 4 : theNWU thence South along said ktrwt 314 feet to the retry may have time to divide the

you know. Of course." she added clever-oh, very. You'll like her. I am I of NWI.., N't-j of SEl. and SEU of pint of beginning in Gaskir.s Addition to th and make up the budget; before
I how I happened to find yon.Ha sure-much better than do me, of iSEU, of Section 5: LoU 1. 2 and 5. Nth of of Starke. in Sec. 29. Tp. 6 S. R. bis
you i
fostlly You East containing two acres, more or board meets. ,
I "it is different with you. Milled little and Prudence remembering Lot 7. East two-thirds of Lot 10. of Section .
a Prudence was strangely .... 2. Commencing at SW of- Madson '
I course. corner
ride be noth- fi : also part of S..,ton 6 within the Ar. E. R. POVPELL
for business, but it would the nature of her accident I Iflushed. downcast"I dondo Grant and Fast of the Seaboard Air and Myrtle streets in Stab and run South

&S but a frolic with me. I want to go I Then being Prudence, she Line Railway except 60 acres sold to Joiner: on Myrtle stdeet 105 feet. thence Wet 105 Secretary. 4.
I said Jerrold
am sure won't feet, thence 105 thence 105
feet
anl 11 of Miller and Stew- Suth. Wet
early in the morning when the worldII also Lots 1. 10
laughed. Harmer with unnecessary vehemence. art' Sub-Division of said Section 6 : Lot 1 and feet thence 210 feet to Madison Strt J Jeverybody.
fast asleep. Let take It tomOrrow thence East on Madison str'rt 210 fret Tell it to the Telegrllh and tell
me I "It was my own fault Ihadnobusi- "1 don't care a thing for college girls. sub-divisions 1. 3 ant 4 of Lot 4. and commencing you
point of is Gaskins Addition
( chains North of the Southwest t Advertise.
will ? 26 N3 binninI. .
morning, you ness to coasting down like that But the Town in Section 2C 6. .
I go I_like home girls. _Jerrold flipped! corner of Section 7. thence East 30 chains. trke, Tp. :

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i #i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. FBIDAYf'EBRUARY:
PAGE EIGHT 2S.U

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1,Y, I the alarm was Josie Bennett, Blanche Alderman, Wil- ford, Yolan.1
) the Soon after Jones
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke yard. $vei 1
big crowd with lie Mae Johnson, Maude Blair, Jimmie Tenth
I last Thursday.Rev. given there'gathered a Grio-de-Hillie
visitors to Lawtey
were RiVett
and with careful Lee Toucton, Esther Priester, Willie Twelfth Grad i.
extinguishers
: W. L. Overstreet filled his reg- several -Julian
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flu ulrr appointment at the Raiford Baptist work saved the dwelling house. Hilton, Angelica Faircloth, Romy De- I York Cal;.),, Dan Knight
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Miss Belle Richard spent Tuesday kle, Eldredge Duncan, Iva Douglass, i "':
last
church Sunday.
: County News Items County School Superintendent E: R. with her sister, Mrs. H. K. Roberts, in Pearl Rogers. II -. -___, :

: Poppell, of Starke, was a visitor to Guilford. Fifth Grade-Madie Floyd, Bascom Winter Brings' Cold to '1'_ _

r Lawtey last Friday.Mr. The Modern Woodmen are expectingto Cobb, Lula Scarborough, Christinia child lrelgoes. '_

Ed. Schunck was a visitor to have a royal time the first.,Tuesday Townsend, Henrietta Padgett, Alice Mire I mother winter +vitb out a cold, .

Ittttrtstint Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Jacksonville last Friday. night in March. Piper. should have a reliable

.z Regular Correspondents. Mrs. Colon Miller left Tuesday for Messrs. H. N. Hodges, N. H. Stokes Sixth Grade-Evelyn Piper, Francis :and handy, Fever, lure throat, tilt......= .
North Georgia to join her husband, and G. M. Richard went over to Starke Priester, Mildred Roberts, Julia Register I A dose croupy roughs are sure {
I_ I I I Ruth Richard, Willie Brannen of Dr. B.ll's Pine
who recently secured a position near Wednesday in interest of the Farmers will I Rosen the "!>
;' ,- Tannersville.Mr. .- Loan Association of Lake Butler. I I I Hal Maines, Mayhew Kennedy, Iva gested lung and phlegm, Gery tie tp

r HAMPTON. defense. G. L. Massey, of Starke, was With much interest in the Bradford Cone. 'antiseptic pine: balsam stop the ..

transacting business in Lawtey last County Fair Association, will say to I! Seventh Grade-Kate Epperson, Elmer For croup, who. ping heal aIIj

RAIFORD. Friday. the officers that many farmers are Adkins. !t ie bronchial troJbles cough arlll '

Thomas King and wife, of Starke, Judge and Mrs. Geo. L. Bell, of : watching the papers to see what prizes Eighth Grade-Onie Scarborough, :: Pine Tar H n'r. At try aU.Dr.

spent the week-end here, the guests of Atlanta, Ga., returned here Friday after I will be offered, so they can arrange Nona Alderman, Margaret Dekle, Kate 9e.. '

friends. Rev. W. L. Overstreet of Lawtey, a pleasant trip to points in South their crops accordingly, for after they Douglass, Ruby Parrish, Ben Brannen ',,:

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crow, who have filled his regular appointment at the Florida, and are again guests at the have planted could not change to suit John Padgett, Autom Feagle. >;.

been visiting friends here, have left Baptist church here Sunday.Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Randallin themselves, therefore an early adver- Ninth Grade-Maude Stokes, ElsieB. I Tell it to the Telegraph y..

f for their home in Plattsburg, Mo. Beacon Truluck, of Suwannee East Lawtey. I tisment of the fair premiums will Gillespie, Walter Cobb, John Lang- ever:"body. AdvertjsV and '

I Avery G. Powell, of the Bradford county, is here this week visiting his Howe McCormick, of Jacksonville, catch more fair workers. ----- -- -- -- -- --- ---- --- :.
:.. I County Times was a business visitor uncle, J. H. cCormack.lr. was a guest last Sunday of his uncle The many friends of Mrs. M. L. =--- '..
\ here Friday and Saturday of last week ) and Mrs. Clifford Jones were in. --,
E and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. Crews will be glad to hear that ;
; Stafford E. Homan, local agent for Jacksonville last week, arranging for Mrs. C. B. Allen, of Bushnell, was she is getting better. Dr. Seeber Kingis ;

i t'i i the Georgian, won a free trip to Atlanta the building of their new bungalow. visiting her sister. Mrs. Charles Din- untiring in his service and we feel T '

I .- I in the agents contest recently R; W. Futch, of Maxville, was in kins, here last week. sure that she will soon be much better. ; If

]! f- t conducted by the Georgian Publishing town the first of the week visiting relatives )!r5. M. A. Torode, of Birmingham, All the missionary societies in the YOU BUY LUMBERNOIyou

] i Co., and left Wednesday morning for and friends. Ala., is visitor at the home of her town held an important union meetinglast

Atlanta to attend the reception given Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Taylor spent son, Mr. W. E. Torode. Wednesday at the'Baptist church. t

: I in honor of the successf ul agents. Stafford Sunday in Lake Butler visiting relatives. Rev. W. L. Overstreet and Albert Next Sunday is the regular appoint- '

i i has many friends here who joinin Moseley were visitors to Lake Butler ment for the Christian church at Lake c

congratulations. "Billy" Eastman, the ex-convict and Alachua Monday and Tuesday.Mr. :. Butler. The appointment will be fill ; will avoid delays and vexations when
.
J' Dewey L. Bugg has purchased the evangelist, who preached here last A. transacting I '
Rosenberg was
ed, the services being held at the usual the spring building rush
';, fruit store. and cold drink stand formerly week, left Monday morning for Lake business in Jacksonville" last Thursday. hours. All are cordially invited and comes on.
owned by P. J. Pearce, and has I *
I". City.Messrs. Misses Mattie and Mary Stalsbywere the members urged to attend.
added complete line of new goods, S. T. and Jeff Dowling visited will have
a ;
shopping in Jacksonville Mon New plans of work will be in order : : --you a complete and well selected
which with his courteous business-like Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. .
day. I i
and some shifting is taking place
t' manner, assures his success. Dewey is George Coffin, postmaster of Mr. Athur Bradley returned here the Bradford county Christian : I stock from which to make your own selectionand

f: a young man of marked business abil- Johnstown, was a business visitor here Sunday from Miami, where he has church among ministers. We understand that ;

; : ity, and has many friends. Monday. been employed for the past six weeks. Evangelist W. F. LaRowe will be at : you will surely get better prices af. :
i i P. J. Pearce has moved with his family Mrs. L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt, was Miss Ottie Gray, of Gainesville, is as

't I' ; to the'scenes of his boyhood days shopping in town Monday. spending a few days here as the guestof few Hampton months and at any serve rate.as pastor We welcome for a I! I ter building starts in the spring wholesalers

: near Lulu. Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke,
I Miss Louiebelle Brown. him in midst and hope that he : are sure to advance prices
our. and
Wm. Knabb has sold his stock of was a business visitor here Monday.R. Mr. James Gill, of Hamlet, N. C., will have fruitful We retailers
j i merchandise to W. H. Griffin, who will J. Norman, of Vanderbilt, was a was here the first part of the week. understand a very that Bro. ministry. : must do the same.

I continue the business in the same business visitor. here Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCormick and Georgia and takes Mullady of goes to I iI i
charge
le t building. Some changes have been Jacob Varnes, of Johnstown, one daughter, Miss Bessie, and Mr. Alex a very I I
field in
that :
promising state. What
't, ; necessary to enable the building tot of Bradford county's successful far- Howe, of Gainesville, were guests last !
Starke and Raiford will do to their
'!.i : accommodate the large stock which mers, was transacting business with Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. plans of work is not known to as the writer : We specialize in high
grade interior
': Mr. Griffin has added to the line carried our merchants Saturday. I A. A. Smith. an d ex-
of these
;'f t by Mr. Knabb. W. J. Stallings, of the Rosier bridge Henry Burmer spent Sunday in the notes. :' tenor finishings.
Two services section business visitor here Rev. Mullady had a very pleasant I 1
; : prayer are now conducted was a metropolis.Mrs. i
visit
to East
Palatka
on the second
; here each week, Wednesday '
:;i I' .. evening at the Baptist church and on Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning and ert, and. A.Mrs.M. Blanchard Henry Dingfelder and son., Rob-were Sunday and-f ound there some excellent'people :I We can supply any grade from the cheapest

Thursday evening at the Christian.t their two smaller children, of Law- visitors to Lake Kingsley Tuesday.We who will make a good nucleus to the best, but

.. Prof. H. B. Harrell and family, of tey, were visiting relatives here the are glad that Mr. G. L. Futchis for a Christian church. They are from : :
; Brinson, Ga., are visiting at the home first of the week. various states and some of them from I
able to be YOU
out again, having GET EXACTLY
nearly
thesplendid large churches in the East : WHAT YOU PURCHASE
Mr. and
P : of Mrs. Harrell's parents, Mr. Raymond Norman, of Vanderbiltone recovered from the injuries he received
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.r t\ Mrs. W. G. Seals. of Bradford's coming young far- from falling off of a load of strawberry and North. He may accept their ur- ; r _

.l Miss Gertrude Durden, of Tampa, rrers, was in town Saturday.Mr. crates nearly mritk gent invitation and preach for them ; I
r t : visiting at the home of her grandparents J. B. Rosier, of the sledding Another : felt a : ago. part of the Sundays, at least, for the :
r 3 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Durden. section in town long need for Lawtey next few months. ; i
bridge ,
was Saturday.Dr.
is about
to be
realized. Mr. R.
g B. Jackson
and Mrs. W. W. Farnell returned last week had an electric light- Honor roll of Lake Butler High ; Quigley lumber & Supply Go.

BROOKER. Tuesday from Columbia county, after plant installing adjoining the store School Second is given as follows: I
spending several days there vis Grade-Lawrence Piper. I
occupied Jackson &
by Godwin, by
>l< Third Grade :
Mary Brown Charlotte
the doctor's ,
!
iting parents. -
: r' Mrs. Jno. Shriver and son, J. L.. visited Koehler & Co., Gainesville. Besides I
1. S. Register, of Elarbee, was a several street Gillispie, Ida Stewart, Harold i
lights the business
Lake last week. Whie! there Starke
City Hondo
Luriness visitor in town Saturday. houses Priester, George Powell, David Rich-
of Jackson
& Godwin, E. E.
Shriverat ,
visited
they Miss Marguerite j
1t ,
Columbia Messrs. D. Smith and Brooks Grif- Burney market and grocery store, ard, Dell Rosenberg, Clyde Crews, i
College. I fis, of Sapp, were trading in town Sat I Henry Marguerite Townsend, Hugh Fowler.
Burney barber .
1 Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson, Misses shop. Lawtey:
I. urday. State Bank H. C. I Fourth Grade Mildred Gillispie, -
Peace Mercantile -
Loca Johnson. Olga and Thelma Ward 1
I .
:; I I B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier Bridge Co., ::
: attended a pilau at the home of Dr. and A. Rosenberg have already
section business
t and Mrs. W. E.' Middleton at Hampton ]I I was a visitor here on had them put in, and the stores of J.

Tuesday. C. Cone, W. E. Torode, Cracker Six
J last Friday evening.
J. E. Rosier of
Evergreen, was
Mrs. M. A. Osteen, of High Farms market are having them put in
the out-of-town
SPringg'j I among folks seen on
a ; this week. The plant is
is a guest of her mother, streets an uptodateone
tr Abbott of this place. our Saturday.J. and fully. guaranteed to Hive_. sat.. .
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R. Nauright, A. C. L. station
isfaction.
4S Mr. M. P. Jackson-
Matheny paid agent at Raiford, who has been off fora
ville a business visit last week. few Word was received here this week
vacation has
days' returned and
Mr. Larz la' traveling salesman for from Rev. W. C. Weidler, state secre-
the
to pleasure. of his friends
ti' the Co. of Jacksonville many tary of Sunday School Associations
Farquhar Machinery can found ,
be doing business at the old
e. r was in Brooker this week on that the union Sunday school meeting
stand in his usual efficient and con-
3 business. which was advertised for next Satur-

I Messrs. Erhlich, of Jacksonville, and genial Mr."Tobe"manner. day and Sunday, has been postponed
Norman, of Vanderbilt,
,
a Weatherby, of Moultrie, Ga., cross-tie one of Bradford to March 10th and 11th. Everybody
; inspectors, were in Brooker this week. farmers in county's prosperous is invited to attend these services.
,was town Saturday.
a Dr. A. Russell left Revival services still
E. Monday after- Xlessrs. B. D. Kelley and W. M. are being held
noon for several days sojourn in Jack- Whitten returned every evening at Grace M. E. church.
Saturday morning Much interest is
sonville. being manifested
and
from a trip to South Florida points.
f Dr. L. L. Lamb paid Micanopy a W. B. McKinney, of Wateroak, wasa it is hoped that much good may come
business visit Tuesday. from these meetings for the
upbuilding
I
business
visitor here
Monday.
'. Messrs. L. A. Bown, A. L. Green og God's kingdom in this community.
Mesdames
J. D. Randall
: and L. H.
T and Scott Andreu motored to Starke There will be baptism services next
Hill and
Misses Avie Lee Moore and
: Monday afternoon to attend to busi- 1 Hull Sunday afternoon at about 3 o'clockI
Rosemary of
Lawtey, were visitors about mile I
one northwest .
of
ness.Miss to Raiford Saturday. I Lawtey.
Inez Crabb of Lake Butler, has Mr. About twelve candidates will be bap- *
Sam Norman, of Vanderbilt, M
been a guest of Miss Nellie Xabb for business tised by Rev. W. L. Overstreet, pastor
was a visitor here Saturday.Mr. .
of the
the past week. Lawtey: Baptist church.
.
W. P. Black who
served fewdays
t Mr. Barney Andreu, of Jacksonville, a Don't forget two things. Subscribe I
i last week as relief for J.
I| agent
Sunday with his here for the Telegraph and
spent parents R. remember the
Nauright, A. C. L. station master
:_ returning Monday afternoon. I I Chatauqua next Sunday I
!. here: left Saturday for Lake Butler, Monday and
Messrs. G. B. Cols n and Lee Hodg-j where: he was called to relieve of Tuesday.At ;4 ,.{'
es motored Newberry Tuesday one a meeting of the +rs.; la
;v; on the operators at that place, who wishesto patrons of the
i' business. Lawtey school at the
-f- I auditorium last 4. 5
absent: himself from his toil
J: Mr. L. A. Wynn, of Hampton, was the electrical dots and dashes: throughthe among Friday afternoon it was decided to
'
;, a business caller in Brooker Wednes- small hours for few have one more month of school, the j
a nights.
rt} day. I The Woodman teachers to be paid for their services I
goat romped about
Mr. Carl Ward, who has been employed on by the patrons. ,
half a dozen more candidates last j
t .-I. by the S. A. L Ry Co., in Charleston I the Woodman hall in Raiford. weekat Dr. and Mrs. A. Zeckendorf, of New j i'j'
: S. C. relatives here : York City, the
visiting Mrs. J. H. Jones and two children, were guests of Maj. and 4
;wr for awhile. ., i of Jacksonville, Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke the first part of I
are visiting Mr. ind
,l Drs. J. 0. Phillips and Jno Noble, ofWorthington I Mrs. the week: at their home in East Law- I
Clifford Jones here
.j this week.,
passed through here on tey. The doctor is the ,
I
! I II. J. E. Byrd spent several flays in manager of the
: Tuesday afternoon enroute to Starke !;Jacksonville this week. Fleischmann Yeast Co. I

'. : on professional business. | Mrs. J. A. Brooks is visiting herlrer.ts 1
Rev. U. Y. Everton, of Fletcher, filled LAKE BUTLER.
: in Jacksonville this week.
I his regular appointment at the Bap-
J. Hampton Jones, of
Callahan is
:
I -
tist church
I ing and preached Sunday to morning a large and audience e ea- ]\isiting, friends here. Our popular school superintendent,
Mr. John Green and daughter, Miss Prof. E. R. Seventh
'
I each time. Poppell, and Mr. Carload
Massey,
, 1I Gladys, of Lake Butler, wee visitorsin our A. P. H. cigar Way
: Mr. Julian Collins has closed his Raiford Monday.Mr. man, from Starke, on
school at the Brooks school house near Ned were attending to business in town
- Wainwright, of Wateroak, Saturday.
Lake Butler and is now at home for a
. while. was a business visitor here Monday. Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson I
and little

I!i Mr. Truby Pinholster was attending building Mr. and a modern Mrs. bungalow Clifford Jones are visitors Laurie, of Starke, were the week-end son, The seventh consignment of horses and '
the
f I to business in the county site last across of Mrs. Seeber King.
street from where their home Miss
burned Clara
Wednesday. Stewart, one of our effi-
mules
1 Everybody is invited to attend the some time ago. cient teachers, spent Saturday and this season is expected to reach here

0 meeting of the Brooker high school Sunday very pleasantly with friends
t literary society next Friday eveningat LAWTEY.Major in Lake City. .

7:30 in the school building. The following J. Ed. Byrd, of Raiford, Mr. N. D. Wainwright, county tax

program will be rendered: transacting business in Lawtey was last for assessor the was in town last Saturday Wed.
purpose of Feb.
Song-Society. Thursday.Mr. assessing people's

Quotations from Revelations Mem- M. L. Loadholtz was transacting property.Misses 28tht
Annie Rimes and
business Nettie
in Starke last
bers.Recitation Thursday. ,
' Reaves
of Bland
-Maree Lamb. were the
Mrs. pleasant
W. E. Torode and
Mrs. M. A.
-_ Song-Olga Ward, Mrs. Barefoot, T. Torode were shopping in Jacksonville visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strick- The animals will be ;
land last Saturday e- well broken .
_onJ young
P. Ward and Pinholster. ft and in good
fe Truby Tuesday. ------j uu uuuuajr. ,
Home News-Eunice Hazen and Roland Mrs. E. Gohlke Dr. Ephestus Roberts was shaking condition suitable for
of Chicago Ill.
r Anderson. ed her husband here a few days, ago., join- hands Mr. with friends last Friday. general farm work. Make .
S William
Si Recitation-Olga Ward. Mr. Henry Dingfelder Thompson, Lake City's .
of New York selections
's prominent doctor your
Duet-Pearl Lewis and 'Victoria for telephone early.ANDREWS
' City, left Friday for Deerfield, after bles trou- .
; i Douglass. was in town this week _
fixing the
spending several days here the
Sham Trial-(Will take place of the Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.guestof telephone switchboard. == ::
; : debate. Mrs. Mr. J. E. Harper, of F
) Gainesville
Dingfelder will remain was
here few
+ r State of Florida vs. Lonnie Morgan.L. I longer. a days visiting his family here a few days of J. W.

R. Green, judge; G. W. Lewis and Mrs. T. J. Terry is visiting her sister this week. & SON :;
Last :
a 6 N. G. Hall, prosecuting attorneys; L Mrs. Joe Shelton, in Jacksonville, Crabb Saturday afternoon Mrs. Anne
A. Brown and M. P. Matheny, attor- this week.Mrs. was unfortunate in losing her
neys for defense Eldon Baxter and barn, which contained besides
; Alma Wise, of Jacksonville is some Starke
t Fred Hazen, state witnesses; John Pin- a guest this week of Mrs. R. B. Jackson barn feedstuffs, syrup and other things. The Florida :
Y holster and Geo. Crosby witnesses for at the hotel. was near the house, and caught ,

a r from a small pile of trash burnin in

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