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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. I STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917. :


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ALLEGED BOOZE FULLEST EXTENT OF GERMAN TREACHERY KNOWN TO U.S. GOVERNMENT; EXPLOSION[ ; ,



SELLER FOUND JAPAN AND MEXICO WERETOBEPITTED AGAINST U. S. IN EVENT OF WARTHREE I LAMP CAME




NOT GUILTY I TWENTY KILLED IN TORNADOES I BURNING

NASHVILLE PERSONS COURT SHOT IN ROOM OFFERED HER SUPPORT AND FUNDS TO CARRANZA IN WHICH SWEPT THE SOUTH i .

RECONQUERING TEXAS, NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA -

GEORGE CLARK LAWTEY One Man Dead, and Man and Woman Towns in Alabama Were, Georgia and Mississippi YOUNG LADY

COMES CLEAR OF CHARGE Shot as Result of Trial JAPAN WAS TO BE URGED BY MEXICO TO DROP HER FIGHT OX Wrecked. ESCAPED FATAL

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 28-E. G. GERMANY AND JOIN IN ATTACK ON UNITED STATES-IN THE BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 24.-It is -

NUMBER OF WITNESSES WERE Tompkins was killed, Will Hoffstetter PLANNING OF WHOLESALE MURDER THROUGH RUTHLESS SUB believed that twenty persons were killed HOME OF J. J. .

NOT 'SUFFICIENT TO PROVEHE fatally shot and Mrs. William S. Bev- WARFARE, GERMANY ENDEAVORED TO PIT JAPAN AND MEX- in various towns struck by a seriesof EKED WITH( Y
tornadoes
ington a bystander wounded in court yesterdayThe number MONDAY
HAD SOLD LIQUOR. COUNTRY IF AMERICA DECLARED WAR. be Definite informationis
ICO AGAINST THIS may larger.
here after the continuance of a case in
the circuit which is difficult to obtain as the terrific -
court in Tompkins

Another unsuccessful trial of a blind suing the Hoffstetters for alleged alie- WASHINGTON, Feb. .-The Associated Press is enabled to reveal winds blew down telegraph and telephone I About 6:30 p. m. :\

tiger case was held before County nation of his wife's affection. that Germany, in planning unrestricted submarine warfare and counting itsconsequences wires for miles and miles. explosion took place at

Judge Geo. A. Gardiner Tuesday afternoon After his wife had been granted a proposed an alliance with Mexico and Japan to make war on The towns affected, so far as known, I I J. J. Rigdon, about '

The case ,was that of George divorce Tompkins filed suit for $50- I the United States if this country should not remain neutral are Stewartsville, Hollins, Midway east of Starke, on the t

Clark, a Lawtey clerk, who had been 000 damages against the HoffstetterI Japan through Mexican mediation: was to be urged to abandon her allies Whitsets and Slyacauga in Alabama.I which came near

arrested on February 5th by Deputy brother and their sister, Miss Eva and join in the attack on the United States. Lithonia, Ga., was also visited by lr, both as to loss of

Sheriff L. L. Sapp and Constable Jim Hoffstetter, alleging they had alienated Mexico, for her reward, was to receive general financial support from tornado which killed three people.A Ity. '

Lowery for unlawfully selling whiskey. his wife's affections.At Germany reconquer Texas, New Mexico and Arizona-lost provincesandshare school house was wrecked at I Miss Lassie, a ..

Clark was arraigned before Judge Gar- the conclusion of the day's session in the victorious peace terms Germany contemplated. Georgetown, Miss., by a gale and when don, was in the act"of ;1

diner, pleaded not guilty and was released when the parties involved were Details were left to German Minister von Eckhardt in Mexico City, the building crashed to the ground six with kerosene.

on bond until his trial, whenhe leaving the courtroom, Tompkins drewi who, by instructions signed by German Foreign Minister Zimmermann at children were killed. the flame from the "
appeared, represented by his coun- a revolver and fired at the brothers. to' the alliance with Mexicoto screwed the top, and
Berlin January 19, 1917, was directed propose These storms, striking three states
sel, D. E. Knight, Esq. ."Will Hoffstetter plunged a knife into Gen. Carranza and suggest that Mexico seek to bring Japan into the plot aumost simultaneously, were the most; began pouring in the oil
Seventeen witnesses had been sub- J Tompkins' heart he fell. Two other
as
These instructions were transmitted to Von Eckhardt through Count vonBernstorfl' destructive tornadoes of recent She was standing near
poened in the case and a large num-' shots wounded the second brother and here his home to Ger- yearsin and the heat from it
former German ambassador now on way Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.
ber of spectators, mostly from_ Law. Mrs. Bevirtgton, a bystander. many under a safe conduct obtained from his enemies by the country : to liberate inflammable l
tey, had come to witness the trial, so oil. The effect was
against which he was plotting war.
that Judge Gardiner held his matineein Germany pictured to Mexico by broad intimation England and the entente I ADMINISTRATIONWILL mediately exploded,
the circuit court room. HO AMERICAN allies defeated; Germany and her allies triumphant and in world domination ing oil over the young
At the time of the arrest the"offi ..
Then the two and -
unrestricted
by the instrument of submarine warfare.
cers thought they had a good case, as I oil in the
can took fire
there was no lack of witnesses to proveClark's WOMEN DROWN I COPY copy OF of BRAZEN Zimmermann's PROPOSALA instruc- ported from the Tampico fields. I NOW% HAVE The noise from the c
guilt. But alack, what had "
What congress will do and how the screams from the '
happened oft' before, happened now. -- tions to von Eckhardt sent through vonBernstorfl' members of who have
congress openly iately brought :Mr.
is in of the United
possession
-
: The witnesses did not deny that they ONTHELACOMAGERMAN States government._ It is as follows sympathized with Germany in their NO OPPOSITION in the dining room, to
had procured whiskey, but it was : opposition to clothing the president he extinguished the s

mostly through someone else, and this "Berlin, Jan. 19, 1917.-On the 1st with full authority to protect American ter's clothes, and she
had also gotten it from someone I rights will regard the revelation ofGermany's .
party of February we intend to begin sub- only a few minor
else, and so on, ad infinitum. One or I marine warfare unrestricted._ In spiteof machinations to attack the REPUBLICANS SHOW DISPO- I The oil from the can i .
United States the of
SUB. SANK CUNARD is subject tonight
two said they had bought whiskey this, it is our intention to endeavorto keen interest. [ tered all over the kit
from Clark, but during Mr. Knight's LINER LAST SUNDAY NIGHT keep neutral the United States of I SITION TO SUPPORT WILSON ter was one mass of .

cross-examination they fell by the America. | rKILLED i IN WRECK oil, spread over so. t'
"If this is not successful t
wayside and told difierent tales, while attempt we I -
CONGRESS burned
WILL LIKELY GIVE quickly and! !
the witnesses for the defendant stout- SINKING OF VESSEL WAS WITH- propose an alliance on the following up '
Clark's basis with Mexico: That we shall make ALTOONA, Pa., Feb. 27.Twentyor PRESIDENT POWER TO PRO- ing the house began._ : : 1
ly denied any-guilt on part. OUT WARNING AND FURTHER. I I bers
of the
war together and together make family, ,
peace more killed when the
persons were ;
Exhibit 1 consisted of bottleof TECT 1
pint
a COMPLICATES MATTERS We shall give general financial supportand east bound Mercantile express of the AMERICAN LIVES. traveling medicine i
corn whiskey. The bottle was ar- it is understood that Mexico is to Pennsylvania was hit by a fast pref- I them and helped all Jie 't

t rayed in gaudy raiment of colored label reconquer the lost territory in New erence freight at the station at the lit- l soon as possible the t' ,..
:
and revenue stamp and the liquor LONDON, Feb. 27.-It has been def- Mexico, Texas and Arizona._ The details tle mountain town of Mount Union, 43 WASHINGTON in Feb. 28.-Opposition ed to aid. Those : {
: was amber-colored, clear and spark- initely ascertained that two Ameri- are left to you for settlement. miles east of here in a heavy fog, Wilson congress to granting President Jack Boutwell, Frances i 1'
ling. While it was surmised that it cans were lost on the Laconia,' accord-I "You are instructed to inform the shortly after midnight. Several others authority to protect American Oliver
was bought from Clark, no one knewa ing to the Daily Mail's Queenstown president Mexico of the above in the were,injured. right.and lives_ at sea began melting Brown, white : t
and
today and administration some colored nvtf
leaders
thing about it. It was handled so correspondent. greatest confidence as soon as it is certain The express train had stopped t- con-
fidently predicted action within another diligent work the
I that there will be an outbreak of : I'Y.
often that the label became soiled and discharge passengers and members of twenty-four hours. \
New York Feb. 26.-Twenty American war with the United States and sug- the crew were testing the air brakes guished before they
"bead" rose on the top of the liquor, There
sailors and six American passen- gest that the president of Mexico, on when the heavy freight crashed into were indications that many of damage than burning r
causing one or two of the witnesses, the republicans of the '
gers were on the Cunarder Laconia, his own initiative, should communicate.'the rear of the passenger. Alongsidethe senate, who, just above the kitchen.
who frankly confessed that they liked which was sunk by a German subma- with Japan suggesting adherence at train at the station had been an though favoring the steps proposed; was repaired Tuesday
corn liquor, to lick their lips. Evenat rine Sunday night. I once to this plan; at the same time of- accommodation train carrying laborers insist that congress should be called in insurance.
the very end of the trial the bottle Officials said no explosives were on fer to mediate between Germany and from the Mount Union powder works extra session, would vote for the While saving his

stood there like an orphan and found- board, though the ship carried shell.casings. .Japan. and this train had barely moved away ure the roll requested by the president meas-I don's right hand wai
ling that no one would adopt. I "Please call to the attention of the from the station when the crash occur- I the was called. The chief, The explosion caused;'
only for
reason
The jury in the case consisted of the president of Mexico that the employment uncertainty was the kitchen
red.There Senator La Follette's indications of standing cn
following gentlemen: W. Edwards, 0. Washington, Feb. 26.-The sinkingof of ruthless submarine warfarenow were three sleepers on tie preparation for single-handed filibuster down and break but
) W. White, J. 0. Fralick, J. W. EdwardsJ. the Cunarder Laconia, apparently promises to compel England to Mercantile express, all of steel con- in the closing a hours of the slight with
make in few months. ses- compared
B. McClenaghan and F. M. Norman. without warning and with Americans peace a struction. The heavy freight engine
aboard, loomed tonight as the most (Signed) "ZIMMERMANN." plowed into the passenger train the sion.Published have been but for quick
They retired to deliberate and soon returned details of the destructionof '
American This document has rear coach of the latter This incident :)
serious disregard of rights been in the handsof telescopingthe the
could not Cunard liner Laconia
that
stating they telling of
,
since the ruthless campaign began, the government since President second passenger coach, which was i the warning against (' -!
agree. Judge Gardiner would not accept and the administration leaders did not Wilson broke off diplomatic relations split asunder by the terrific impact. suffering mother and and death of an American .I kerosene and other ?

I this state of affairs and told themto attempt to conceal their concern, and with Germany. It has been kept sec- The freight engine was literally had daughter among the ble substances.Mrs. .
its effect. Membersof
go back again and find a verdict of pointed out that while the Americansmay ret, while the president has been ask- welded to the passenger car. None of passengers the house and senate whose _
guilty or not guilty. Their second de- have been saved, the fact remained ing congress fof full authority to deal the passenger coaches left the track munications had from com- John Ritch and

liberation resulted in a verdict of not that they were illegally assaulted with Germany and while congress has but six freight cars, coal laden, were cifists, began receiving come largely telegrams from pa- Effie and Master John,
guilty, and Clark was discharged. while on a peaceful mission. I been hesitating. It was in the presi- thrown down a 40-foot embankment. their constituents calling for vigorous came down Friday to
dent's hands while Chancellor von Relief trains from Altoona and Hunt- \action. I I home of Mr. N. T. : 1
Bethmann-Hollweg was declaring that ingdon, bearing physicians, hurried to'
the United States had placed an inter- the scene. ,
(i PRESIDENT ASKS FOR PERMISSION TO pretation on the submarine declara- _
: tion "never intended by Germany" and I PARRISH VS. G. S. & F. STARVATION ACES ENGLAND
I that Germany had "promoted and honored -j>
friendly relations with the Unit-
AMERCANMERCHANT VESSELS Railway Company Scores For Once in
,
: ed States as an heirloom from Frederick -
i the Great. i|I Stock Killing Suit. SUBMARINE WARFARE\

I I Of itself, if there were no other, itI

; I I is considered a sufficient answer to the Wednesday afternoon the suit James ,
President Said Unrestricted MRS. BARR SPEAKS TO ATTENTIVE German chancellor's plant that the Parrish vs. the Georgia Southern & --

United States "brusquely" broke off Florida Railway finally came Premier
CONGREGATIONS.In company Lloyd George Says the LECTURE AT l'IU
relations without
Was
Submarine Warfare diplomatic giving up for a hearing before County Judge '
"authentic" reasons for its action. Geo. A. Gardiner, after having hung Sea Must Be Cleared of f'-\
I Ruining U. S. Commerce. the absence of her husband last ; Supplies Missing Link fire ever since December, 1915. :Mr. -

Sunday morning and evening, Mrs. T. The document supplies the missinglink Parrish, who lives at Sampson City, Submarine Slinkers. Rev Harry A. :

CONGRESS Will LIKELY L. Z. Barr conducted devotional services -'I to many 'separate chains of circumstances had one hog killed and two wounded : Grove City, Pa., and
church.In which until have by engine owned by the railway
at the Methodist I now ap- an Korea for the last eight
HOLD AN EXTRA SESSION the morning Mrs. Barr talked ina peared to lead to no definite poirt.It company, and had employed Attorney ,' FOOD SUPPLIES IN ENGLAND ed a most interesting

t very clear concise manner on the sheds new light upon the frequently D. E. Knight to represent him, while STEADILY GROWING LOWER Presbyterian church l<\ 1
of "Unconscious Influence," repeated but indefinable movements of the railway company was representedby ;, ing. }
j WILSON ASKS FOR AUTHORITY subject the Mexican government to couple its Attorney Joe Hill Williams. !j I -
showed how constantly ex-
and we are situation with the friction between the The trial was rather interesting, for SUCCESS OF ALLIED ARMS DE- Mr. Rhodes spoke 1!
: TO PROTECT AMERICAN SHIPS erting an influence either for good or United States and Japan. It adds an- not only did the legal lights give their: comparison between t

4 FROM THE UNRESTRICTED evil, basing her remarks on the sev- other chapter to the celebrated reportof opinion about each other a*- to their '. FENDS ON ABILITY TO SOLVE Korea, and made us .
I'
f SUB. WARFARE-ASK FOR ONE enth verse of the fourteenth chapterof Jules Cambon, French ambassadorin knowledge of law, but Mr. Parrish, I TONNAGE QUESTION AND NO lived in the good &; awe
; Romans-"For none of us liveth to Berlin before the war, of Germany'sworld when put on the stand, aired his own WAY TO quotation of the 1"p
; HUNDRED MILLION IN BONDS. himself,and no man dieth to himself." wide plans for stirring strife on grievances as well as those of all hus- VICTORY WITHOUT there was very sUfllri 1 t
3; in continent where might aid bandmen who have the misfortune of CLEARING SEAS OF
: In the evening she spoke a very every they U-BOATS. works 15 hours a day t: 1 ;:
sweet spirited manner on the subjectof her in the struggle for world domina- living in a territory infested by rail- Most of their
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26-The president "Faith." tion which she dreamed was close at roads, and he gave his opinions of pub- teachers
t today took the inevitable step i hand. It adds a climax to the opera- lic carriers in no uncertain manner. LONDON, Feb. 28.-So serious has $2.50 per month, and
Bernstorff and the ] This should have convinced ten- ious to better their (' '
tions of Count von
and asked congress for authority to I has fine of any the submarine menace become that :
The Telegraph a array
in this which der-hearted of the to to a normal
use the nation's armed forces to pro-I advertisements in this issue. You will German embassy country, jury righeousnessof go
have been colored with passport frauds his cause, but, unhappily, the one Premier Lloyd-George went before the summer-and that on
tect American ships and lives againstthe them and patronizingthe I
and rrofit by reading. charges of dynamite plots and intrigues selected listened to the evidence presented horse of commons to state that allies i i I a year! So the mi
German'submarine menace of armed advertisers.not the full extent of which never by both sides and shaped their success now depends on the ability to small salary often '
to put the nation in a state has been published.It verdict accordingly.The .
neutrality.A support him. Although the presi- gives new credence to persistent jury in the case were Messrs.T. solve the tonnage problem which is af- expenses church members of some of.-

bill was then introduced empow- dent told congress he was not acting reports of submarine bases on Mexican N. Kendrick, R. C. Cone, D. 0. Mc- fecting not only luxuries, but the ordi- tend teacher's so .
ering him to furnish guns and gunnersto because of the long feared overt act, territory in the Gulf of Mexico; it Rae, J. W. Edwards, W. F. Mott andC. nary needs of the nation and military he a -
American merchantmen, to employ the news of the sinking of the Cunarder takes cognizance of a fact long recognized B. Hewitt. Their verdict was that exigencies.The often helps the i

such other instrumentalities as neces- Laconia, with Americans aboard, by American army chiefs that if the defendant-the railway companywas premier declared that there is that are scattered
for hundred was received while he was entering Japan ever undertook to invade the not guilty. no sure way to victory without clear- The annual rate of i'
and one
sary providing a
United States, it probably would be is 30 per cEnt-and
the of
submarines
insurance capitol. The seriousness of this act ing seas longas
million dollar bond issue for war -
in order to encourage Amer- could not be estimated at that time, through Mexico, over the border and 'I DEATH KNELL F GERMANY'S COLONIAL they are infesting the great high- as 50 per cent, so wh %

ican commerce to brave the submarine but it was apparent everywhere thatit country into the in Mississippi two. It recalls valley to that split Countvon the ;I POSSESSIONS SOUNDED. ways it will not be possible for the debt to the extent of
weight to the president's 1 Allies to win the war. He stated that gets out of debt .
peril. gave Bernstorff when handed his pass- '
LONDON Feb. 26.-The death the to Florida man, hear
\ The while received words. ports was very reluctant to return to government proposed dispensewith on
president's .action, of The president made it clear that this Germany but expressed a preferencefor knell of Germany's colonial possessionshas all non-essential importations in one Christian Korean's .

generally with expressions sup- was asking only to exercise asylum in Cuba. It gives a new been sounded, so far as the entente order to save tonnage.The sending $150 by Mr. < ,
extra ses- country
port, threatens to force an the rights of He told congress explanation to the repeated arrests on allies can effect that result, by an almost stock of food in Great Britainis this indebtedness and
peace.
,
sion
of congress. The republicans that the unrestricted submarine war- the border of men charged by American simultaneous announcement by lower than at any time since the beginning start in the \

supported by a few democratic pacifists fare had almost driven American com- military authorities with being the British Minister of Colonies, Long, of the war, the premier told Rhodes affirms that ,

are disinclined to grant blanket the and to be unprepared German intelligence agents. Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, the house of commons. It is essentialto stop to consider the J
T- authority while congress is in recessas merce from sea recessed wouldbe Last of all, it seems to show a con- Motono, and Prime Minister of New the life of the nation, he said, that pIe who go to prayer [1
they want congress to take a hand while congress nection with Gen. Carranza's recent voiced the dred in to'. II
he asked Zealand, Massey, who also every possible effort be made to increase strong, one i
and con-
in the next step which they feel will most imprudent proposal to neutrals that exports of wh i.
,
act. Throughoutthe views of Australia. All together these home production. He announced many unconverted <|
for authority to
lead gress food and munitions to the entente allies "
to war. the address congress was at a tense be cut off and an intimation that statements declare there will be no return that the government would abso- the gospel, we would

situation The President's advisors deplore silence and when he concluded cheers he might stop the supply of oil, so vital of her colonies in Africa, Asia or lutely prohibit the importation of ap- in our contributions ;

.t, 'will go to, feeling Germany that that the congress impression did resounded through the chamber. to the British navy, which is ex- in the Pacific- ples, tomatoes and fruits. sionary wor}(. ,;'









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TAMIAMI TRAIL BEING BUILT . . ances than his ferry.I __ FORT BULLY SAVED. I WHAT i IS .
I
iUMBE&oIsoIOWN
found objective -
S A rf having our
THROUGH HEART OF 'GLADES *> ?
.?> NOTES BY THE W.\Y-
:* ifJ. crerfc ferries six times, we star ;!i on inforcements. iLAXmFOS

Giant Dredges Cutting Way Through < < Jv J. ,Js Jv ,J> < Jv J> ,}> + SYSTEMS
Coral and Building Solid Road. at Kingsley, we turned south and stop-
Sunday a party composed of1i. and resi- Saturday night Chief Kite receiveda
ped at J. W. Morgan's summer
From the Atlanta (Ga) Constitution. Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Mr. Gary Ennis dence on the west side of the lake. It telephone message stating that the ,: LAX-FOS is an i improved C_.

and a Telegraph scribe made a journey is built over the water and one of its Germans were storming Ft. Bully. The (a tanic-Iaxae:; )' pleastt fa -

Surely no highway was ever constructed Auto-Intoxication Is Founda- !I to the heart of Clay county. The con- accessories is a fine canoe. Close by valiant chief of police replied, "Hold In LAX-FOS t.., C+ccara is' tatI'

big under the conditions encoun- I \"eyance3S Mr. Morgan's Ford and C. R. Ensey is building a rustic dwellings -, the fort, for I am coming." He gath- the: addition certain: ptOytdLr

tered by the J. B. McCrary Engineering tion of Most Diseases And III Mr. Ennis was the able chauffeur. of logs. The shore is dotted with ered up his forces, consisting of :Night I icaswLicb.ncreae'tv e eE.ieCYof .
,
Corporation, of Atlanta, west of from and after hurried Cascara making it Ilt
The route was by Middleburg, almost hidden among Marshal Burnsed, better t5aaordi
Miami, Fla., where they have under- Health, Says Noted Authority whence the objective point, situated ina summer cottages terminating in marches they arrived at the scene of Cascara. LAX-FCSis pleasttp '
the and piers
foliage,
taken to build a great trans-state road ; rather inaccessible locality, was to into the action. i and does riot gift ::or disturb e .
out
wa
bath houses, spring
to ash' '
through the heart of the Evergladesfrom be reached-if possible. Before we to while But they found no foreign foe. They Adapted rlnMrca as well :
ter. A more idyllic place r Just try one
the Atlantic to the Gulf. came to the Clay county line we struck the hot summer days could not ,only found a hot fight going on between i I botUefcrcodstipatioa. ,)
Swamp and slough and morass impede Advanced medical authorities assert roads of. deep sand. The public roadis away Ruth Presley- colored damsel, 'I ..r,
found.
the workmen, but the giant that auto-intoxication is the founda- "worked," but the "working" consists I be The carried us home safely. The Berry Roberts, Sr., and Berry Roberts, '

dredges constructed by the companyfor tion of most of the ills and diseases to of making neblazes on the adjacent "Ford"' 'car is marvel of mechanical engi- Jr. The officers entered the battle 1= -;,- :
this specific are eating which the human flesh is heir. "This a -
purpose
three four
trees every or years. with their usual address and the
is wonderful com- I I
their way with rapidity through mud condition," says L. T. Cooper, who has I neering and metallurgy; it GeneraljnsuranceI
I,The public road is not taken seriously, I the slender rods and the tires batants were soon taken prisoners.
and the tangled growth of the 'Glades made exhaustive row ', '
an study of the subject I for nobody would think of traveling it: strain Brought before the mayor Monday ,
stand the given
: and within a year and a half should "is nothing more nor less than it sort of line can enormous represent lone but
I only serves as a guide all pleaded guilty and FIRst ;
they .
morning
; them by fast travel over rough roads, ...
complete their task and conect the the slow CLASS ,
the vital
of I
op- self-poisoning I for half a dozen trails paralleling it. I compares and will -
each was fined $1 and costs. fc*
and how the four little pistons can
posite sides of the peninsula with a organs, produced by the excessive Near humanitarianmay constantly
Kingsley some on tje: alert to
propel the heavy vehicle through the pro-
magnificent hard surface highway. mental and physical strain forc- I
we are his tribe increase! had raked mot
-
Think of it! An automobile highway ed to endure, which renders the I'deep: sand, also how easily and perfectly I your interf sts. Guarantee .
organs pine straw into the ruts, and it was
courteous '
feet wide and hundred lame I the machine is controlled. Only treatnent to all
twenty one and inactive and permits toxins pj.
I surprising to see what a difference it EYES
miles- long without- a curve, straight actual poisons-to be generated within made in the running fully fifteen miles j i! once did the passengers have to get I EDGARS trons. A well, vrittezj policy by
f the flies from the the ( lout and help. But it was not for lack Optician TestedJACKSONVILLE.FLA. a first-class
as crow gulf to one's own body."Sometimes ''otir.: ; added to the hour's speed. The I I font in a }tttb-

ocean, luring the tourist to explore the the trouble starts in the |deep sand lasted until the crossing of.lof power of the machinery, but for lack class company-sometimes: mesa

wonderful and mysterious Evergladesand liver and kidneys, and sometimes it i the bride across Black Creek, when I lof purchase for the wheels on a steep I Broken Lenses Duplicated much in case of loss by fire.

tempting him to pass the remain- starts in the stomach or elsewhere, I>t.tin f the track improved, and some reaches hill of loose sand. Distance is no object Same Day as RccimdWeSptdalKonrWOrdersWer "I
ing of his life in I for the car as it reels out the | H. C. RICHARD
r years a community any case theb lame lies with the I across high pine lands were really 1 ) Posbt.t Starke .
containing so much of biles. Own Ford and seel the world 140 W. rORSYTH St
nature's most faulty method of living, which has be- !! good. But the best roads were found I a I

attractive gifts. come so prevalent of recent years, and t near Middleburg. but be sober when you drive it. I, .i 4

On either side of this highway it is the more important organs that The exceedingly pleasant journey -
stretches mile after mile of I Middleburg: is one of the oldest to end. The travelers had had -
swamp as suffer the final damage. As when they came an I I'I'an (
far as the eye can see, dotted here and falter or fail in their duties the body i towns in Florida. It is situated at the exhilarating ride, seen beautiful =
there with little islands that fills confluence of the two forks of Black learned lot of ,} I
and
appearon up with poison and the victim scenery a geography
Creek. Steamboats here fromJacksonville A. L.
the horizon continuous woodland came thanks CREWS
as readily yields to their baneful influ- Many are due our efficient I
o while further along in other sections ences. Bright's disease, stomach and in the days before the chauffeur for carrying us safely and I ,

of the Everglades sawgrass aloneis intestinal troubles, catarrhal affectionsof railroads brought up plantation supplies speedily through the wilds of Clay Blacksmith and

seen without a' tree to relieve the the mucous membranes; in fact may I and took as return cargoes cotton county. Wheelwright ;r

: monotony. be called auto-intoxication I brought all the way from \lachua,1
or self-poi- Columbia, Bradford and Clay counties. t;,;
Dredges Cutting Their Way Through. soning.
.
'Rafts of logs and lumber and PLOW
Swamps "A tired, dragging feeling of the bargesof ( WORK A SPECIALTYAll
and brick were sent down on the bosom .
the
Day night
contracting company's body, continued Mr.
Cooper, "or slug- Full of I 'S?
Supply
j the stream. The town
rich
lof was
work ar.
dredges tirelessly cutting gish mind and dull intense :
memory
their populous! then, but it is still Work GuaranteedRAIFORD
quite
a
way through the heart of a mysterious nervousness, headaches, stomach and i I COFFINS AND CASKET
region little known to white bowel troubles town clean, dignified, shaded by venerable -
R poor circulation, ,
p. man, but the home of the Seminole Indians fect digestion constipation imper-I I liveoaks and cedars, and it is II :-:
I FLORIDA
surrounded All Sizes and
and within a year will enter spondency, are common of by rich lands. Qualities II
symptoms I A mile this side I ..
that Middleburg
romantic country known to the auto-intoxication we
and
nine
out of
Seminoles as the "Big Cypress," and ten people in the average city like every found the first house since leaving I Always on Hand I :

known only to them, for the foot of Atlanta are likely to be so affected." Kingsley. While Bradford county has

I i the white brother has not touched its Tanlac, the powerful reconstructivetonic pretty much the same sort of soil PRICES /, .
REASONABLE :::
!
"
i slimy soil throughout, and is, therefore, settled !
was designed
especially to
overcome i
The tender-skinned white evenly. Clay county has several dis-
i. visits the interior of the Everglades man who Cooper's these troubles, and it is Mr. tinct kinds of soils and the settle- J. C. CONELawley. I
theory that the Tanlac treatment The Health
I t for the first time learns that there is the direct remedy therefor. ments are found only where the best L w ResortOF

;. are insects there also, and that every There is not a single portion of the soils predominate. Thus we travel Rorid.'J
t! one of them and has through interminable stretches of oak !
variety
every a body that is not benefitted by the I Ii.N II .
E i- stinger attached and knows how clad sand hills and hog palmetto pine I -
to use healthful work of this celebrated preparation lands where lives. - . ."M-t". .". .."".. ."".. .. :
it On
t. on aU occasions. Several men who which no one accountof ,
I begins its action
by
t have undertaken to camp in the wild stimulating the these large vacant tracts, the oppor- F: !
digestive and assimilative -
f t and unregenerate region have come tunities for large cattle ranches or THE TOWN
,
organs thereby enriching the J. R. Davis
r- back after a night's sojourn there with blood and invigorating the entire farms are greater in Clay county than $ i II I I
almost closed and system. anywhere else in :Northern Florida Already <5> II
eyes with skin lacerated Next, it enables the stomach to A I t.

:-r from the bites of insects. thoroughly digest the food, thereby have started four or and five it is such enterprises & Company j | i Ii The most health *
popular
> Everywhere one encounters saw- permitting the assimilable products to only a questionof Iii resort of any town is

fet grass. Billions upon billions of bladesof : be converted into blood, bone and mus- a few years for the county to becovered : the drug store.

sawgrass encumber the 'Glades, and by large ranches.At .
cle. It that
overcomes
great exciting
every blade has a hundred saws on it. of Middleburg the two arms of INSURANCE I
cause disease-weakness. j When
It other
They rip through clothing and cut into the body vigorous and elastic,renders and- Black Creek are crossed by means of ill; means fail, you can call on your g

flesh until life to the unitiated becomes keeps the mind clear and energetic, ferries. We made a detour to the south IB _l __ I druggist. 1

a hideous nightmare, and it is and throws off the of j ferry, near which was situated the for- I

almost impossible for one to make symptoms ner- mer D L. Branning estate where Mrs.J. Starke :-: Florida i
ousness and indigestion. It builds up i; j : And he always responds. e
progress through it on foot.It the constitution weakened by disease W. Morgan was born. Then we t i I }

is through this desolate land, if and mental and physical overwork, it I crossed the :North Fork. The stream +$+*M"U<.-6. I

one can call it land, where everywherethere quickens convalescence and is an unfailing -I its I here about 200 feet wide and 15 feet When you get a prescription from your doctor .

is a foot and a half to two feet source of comfort to those suffering -1 deep at low water. In places it is said bring it to us. -

of water and beneath the water is mud, from these troubles. to be 60 feet deep. A substantial r. j

mud, mud, everywhere mud, that the I Tanlac is sold and guaranteed by I bridge about 500 feet long, from bluff COFFINS CASKETS j Ii ';
company's dredges are digging toward ,!I to bluff, is under building. It is safe here.
Cason
in
I Starke: in Lake Butler by And a full line of i
the western horizon. II j I I The '
Behind road
them Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company in to Rideout is hard smooth '!

they are leaving a wonderfully smooth Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; ; I and straight. Our chauffeur has clear Undertakers' Supplies t j f We fill it exactly as it calls for as health

roadway, which excites the admiration in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store in eyes and quick perception, and the way Always on hand. The best ser i'vice j your
is
;
6 of all who see it. he made the car spin along here I our main consideration.We .
Raiford by the Weaver Drug Company was a at the lowest prices. Special : j
Have Completed Thirteen Miles "caution.: A r
in road turning off to the '
Worthington by R. T. Taylorand attention to telegraph orders.
Thirteen and a half miles west of right also in
in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. was splendid condition. never substitute and;
'use
Miami the never inferior
l- dredges are working. They -Advertisement. We have no such roads in Bradford It

have plowed through five and a half I county, unless we except. some_n_ of__ the_on Registered Embalmer I medicines. .1I

miles of Everglades soil and water, streets in the towns. In Bradford I ::1

placing the muck to the right of the + + . . county, where the land is only slightly DeWITT C. JONES ( I That's +k >

canal bank and the marl and rock on to wavy, the woods open and the d-ve1- Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co : why we have so many customers.Mitchell's I fr

the left, where the roadbed is to be ,? EVERYBODY HELP KEEP lings frequent, it is easy to find or.t"'$ Starke, Fla. I i.
I
made. {- STARKE CLEAN.
,. Behind the dredges the road gang from an unused one. In Clay it i is dif- I .

levels the rock_and marl, placing the + + . . ferent. On the loose sand a trail once : I 'f .

former CM np cf the latter anJ smoothing mad lives forever, and frequently : Store I'
We all want to make business bet- one rot SPRING TERM REVIEW COURSE Drug
it out level. The
road gang is now ter by bringing new industries here. traveled looks no newer than i !

; a mile behind the dredges. They have This is one way to do it. We all want' one made 20 years ago, because the April 2. June 1, 1917
thrown up what road building experts loose sand soon fills the marks i
up Registered
to make our valuable rom Graduate
property as as I Druggist
declare is one of the most excellent wheels and hoofs. The write for catalogue and full information. : + 1; .
ground
possible. The best way to do it is to I near I
:- stretches of finished road anywhere In keep it in first-class condition. We all I r the water courses is nearly always JOHN B STETSON "' Starke
v a country that boasts of its good % UNIVERSITY Ii I : Florida
want to prevent fires. Keeping your I ery boggy and as the crossings must ; It)

roads. premises clean will help to do it. We be made at safe places they are far DELAND, FLORIDA Il = :

: This finished highway and the canal all want to live in the most beautifuland between. Therefore the Ira-U arc TT J
bordering it leads the man of speculative very confusing and after few rr.isses
most healthful place in the world, a
.It mind to wonder what the future you are apt to be bewildered, and -
and to live lone and happily. If ev no -
;. holds for the Everglades, but on inves- erybody does his her i!(house in sight where you can make
or part to make f9
tigation of the localities where drain- this campaign a success, it will help to I 1 inquiries.I A compass is of some use '
age has been completed and the reclamation to ,
designate the general direction of
attain these ends. Your premisesare
of the land assured, he has only own I an objective point, but
no has
in compass
probably good condition but
: ,
.: to glance at the luxuriant crops to some of the following suggestions yet been made than can point out the The Man of
;- assure himself that the may Means
future is, indeed enable you to improve their condition. I right trails and creek crossings in this J
r brilliant.
land of thick growths and hills. Of
WHAT Toe SHOULD DO
= When the state's drainage opera- CltanlintM Sonetimn PrtvcnU Firft.t course we got lost at times, but travelers _

tions are complete hundreds of thou- your neighbor a rood example: in Clay county must expect such !
: sands of farms will produce great R;>mo.U rubbish from your attic, backyard ,
and alleyways. contingencies.One If
t wealth for their owners where now Scrub floors, hallways and all unvarnished of the roads we traveled (the wealthiest ; man in town owed
was excellent you some and
se frogs and alligators make their abode, woodwork thoroughly. Use plenty of soap and and went to collect it money you
" led
i hot tater. along Black creek to would he hand
g- and these farms will pay tribute to Clean Rideout you the money or would he .rite
j&- all windows and keep them open to ferry. It went through a dense check ,
a ?
Miami and the you
other towns on the rim fresh air and sunlight hammock full of
I of the Evereladej. Exterminate ratslies and all vermin. flowering trees and
r After cleaning up. paint or whitewash your bushes. On one side was the magnificent t
' ; buildings outhouse, fente. etc.. both inside stream, about 100 yards mid .
? The
I CREW ASKED BIG BONUS. and out. Paint kills perms. I Wh this stream which I chances are ten to one
Put your walks in first class condition. Plant > is wide, clean you would receive a cheque Why?
trees, shrubs and flowers in suitable places and deep and bears large steam trait Because the:weaithiest
cf" Keep your lawn in good condition.If I en its bosom, should have no more people j" the community keep their money in
Would Not Leave :New York For Sub you rent.k your landlord to renair cigniVd the bank. They know
i ,leaky roofs and plumbing, and to repa'r; dirty I / name than "Black creek," is a it's there, and they know that
Zone Without It. broken walls!! and ceilings, fences, walks!! mystery. Black creek is the pay by cheque there when they
great ar-
t If there is a vacant lot in Tour is never a chance
ete.l
to
l hood see that it is thoroughly cleaned UP. I tery of Clay county. The North Fork a good disPute the account. If it's
Renort all dirty or unsanitary places in your begins as an humble rill at Kin sleY thing for the people who haVe
ar
NEW YORK, Feb. 26.-The American neighborhood to the Health Department. |lake then =- ,
runs for 12 miles almost due it be a
good
.
t steamship Vigilancia, which clear- thing to follow their
north then east two miles example?
TO PREVENT FIRES. then south- We will be glad to
_' ed for Havre Saturday, is anchored in open
DO an
NOT permit rubbish, greasy ran pacer east for about ten miles when it joins account with YOU
the harbor today unable to sail for and around useless waste to accumulate in or its brother from the south. The South V31-- small. The e doesn't count. Small :
: buildings. deposits
lack of After are looked
the vessel left
crew. her
'_' DO NOT allow matches kept in your homes. I Fork starts in the southern portion of as carefully as larger
-- pier 35 of her 45 men went over the offices and stores other than' in metal box 'the county and is about 20 miles ones. :
es. l'e safety matches. long.
side into tug because the I
a owners refused -
f DO NOT (The streams receive .
allow children under ten years of age I numerous tributaries j
to give large bonuses. According to we matches.DO .
mostly
'= to the men the deck force demanded NOT use Ureps and lamp burners that are I perennial streams. The THE I
water, from being filtered
not clean.DO through BANK
75 cent increase and the OF
J. per engine NOT bunches STARKETHE !
forget to clean your chimney and of roots and lichen assumes a .
. room an increase of 100 per cent stove pipes ocra.ionaly. 'i brandy color and looks
The St. Louis, St. Paul, Philadelphia ; DO NOT tamper with or extend electric wires:j j II black where
" employ an electrician. j deep hence the name of the stream. f
New York and Kroonland, are at their DO NOT keep gasoline other than in airtight Black Creek debouches into BANK OF HELPFUL .
: New York docks, the line having declined metal cans, painted red. I I I the St. SERVICE.
, to send them out until the DO NOT fill tank of gasoline stove when Johns near Magnolia.The DEPOSITORY
government lighted and OF
bv daylight only. I.I ferryman at Rideout THE
, furnished armament as defense DO NOT empty ashes in other than metal cans. ] jovial ferry, a STATED OF FLORIDA. THE COUNTY OF' :
I elderly gentleman ,
against attack in the German DO NOT carelessly throw cigars and cigarette 'I boasted of
stubs where they could cause a fire. I j that he had never ridden in an automo- BRADFORD AND THE TOWN
submarine zone. The Finland- the TX NOT permit the use of wood cuspidors.I' bile or train and OF STARKE. ;
same line is on her way from uroDP. DO NOT fail to warn your children of the dan- i a wasn't going to, .
,
eeroue bonfire neither. Yes, see all sorts AIM.DaibjrVicere1.k.1
you of cur-
j
All are passenger vessels but the Failure to observe these rules hate caused many I I iosities in Clay. He did not know E. S. Matthews Pres. f I
fhi-.i T. H. Casltiete
Kroonland is to be turned into a I fires. Halligan,
freighter. Fifty per cent of the fire loss can be prevented p.n automobile run by a careful person, .
by using a little tare. ard a train are much safer convey-.] i






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FRIDAY MARCH 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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I -
I lators as the guests of the people of. PROMISING YOUNG MUSICIAN.
I Dade Broward and Palm Beach coun- -
I Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs.CLive .
ties. From the Stuart Times of February Cold Sores and.

23rd we learn that at an entertainment
PALMETTO.Lettuce, celery and given for the benefit of the Stuart
StateNe cabbage are not the only things that band> Fred Gunter, son of Dr. and Mrs.T. Fever Blisters tare t

our truckers are realizing splehdid prices D. Gunter, formerly of Starke, and
m in mmmmmmmmamnmmmtwwaesKisf&asisaeaKea on, as the "sweet" scented vegetable one of the performers, distinguished only outward manifestations of the t !.
Told by Our Exchanges. I known as the onion is receivingits himself as a musician. His part wasa inflammation of the mucous surface c
l J share of the returns. An onion deal violin solo, "Sing Me To Sleep." The that lines the lungs, the stomach and 1 Fall

was consummated here this week whenJ. Times Says: the digestive tract, but they give .

OCALA.-Marion county is again in vers in the service on the line, was I P. Davidson, who had only one acre "Fred Gunter's violin solo brought you evidence of how sore a membrane e ,
I planted to this crop, sold it to A. C. down the house, which was pleased
a "wet or dry" muddle. The recent given the new bus. This car will make may become as a result of inflammation
with both his technical skill and
which made this county dry :two round trips betweel here Kuglemann of Olivitt Bros. commis- ease I 1
election J a day which is stagnation of the blood,
,
I rand sion house of New York City, for $1- of manner, and the encore where his 1
was declared void by a special master. Miami, leaving here in the 1 orni called catarrh.If .
The matter will probably be carried to I i ing at 7:30. 500 cash as it stood in the field. The little sister Nellie sang to his violin rightfully acute ,II"
the supreme court. crop is not fully grown and ready for obligato made a picture that many will you suffer from such conditions don't let them become
market either. Other growers are re- never lose from their memory. Fred chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh. o
KISSIMMEE-Mr. Payne, with sev- ceiving such good prices for their crop owes his skill to the careful instructionof
BOCA RATON W. Chesbro eral workmen, was erecting a small of onionstoo Mrs. Gunter, who played the piano Clear it Up With PER UNA
autoed up from Boca Raton yesterdayas shed; not over eight feet in height, for accompaiment to her son's solo." the membranes soothed ;
When is cleared all its poisons
system
each to the your
is his custom Thursday purpose of housing their carloadof
ST. PETERSBURG.-The Tampa and healei the cold gone and your digestion restored you will enjoy life,feel :
of his to furniture
bring products poultry-yard which was standing on a dt for .
Feruna
equal to all its tasks, and be at peace with the world. Let you .
patrons across the lake. Thursday he sidetrack nearby. Mrs. Payne had been papers are complaining that there Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain.
what it did for this sufferer:
brought four hundred and eightyfivefresh sitting on the pile of lumber, but had. were some real, and not merely make- Sloan's Liniment is first thought of

eggs-and was paid five cents risen to speak to her husband, and sat believe pirates in Tampa, during the mothers for bumps, bruises and for Mrs. L A. Patterson. 238 Utah Avenue Memphis Term says: I
of them. down of the Gasparilla raid, actually robbing peo- that ,
for each one on one sills to continueher sprains are continually happeningto "I have MCO a friend of Peruna for mlUl11ean. I have seed it off and on tot ettanha
crocheting, when a gust of wind ple-restaurant and hotel people bleed- children. It quickly penetrates and complaints and found it a very excellent remedy. 1 have a small family of children. Times
dislodged the ing tourists and out of town visitorsby soothes are hard with us.but I can scarcely afford to do without Peruna. especially during the ;
the without
and Cleaner and
LAKE MONROE.-Some monthsago props structure rubbing. seasonotthe year when coughs and colds are prevalent. We always reuwmmeadPeruaa
collapsed. Mrs. struck overcharges. The public-spirited effective than for the benefit it has been to us."
the postoffice department in accordance Payne was more mussy plasters or to our neighbors
with a petition signed by the by one of the timbers, which crush citizens of this city have become so exasperated ointments. For rheumatic aches, neu- You needn't suffer longer with such a remedy at hand.
I her skull like an eggshell at this extortion practicedupon ralgia and that
citizens of Monroe, changed the name pain grippy soreness 5-
of the postoffice recently established in tourists, that the mayor has tr after colds, Sloan's Liniment gives a 4
that community from Ahearn to Lake KEY WEST.-Among a number of ken to meeting the night trains with prompt relief. Have a bottle handyfor nQ P.nn* en be obua in tablet form. .
:Monroe. The officials of the Atlantic important matters discussed at assistants, to mingle with'the arrivals bruises, strains, sprains and all IlllI CItIIos.IIf'1.tll....) 1 You out carry it with you and take it ty*.
recent -
a and tell them that the board of trade 1IUWaA..tOIlQullltD teaticUr and regularly for a remedy, Of
Coast Line have now followed suit. meeting of the city council was a will supply them with rooms for the external pains. For the thousand l"u!? _:=:::..'!: M needed for a preTeatiTe. Get a box today. ;
whose work calls them outdoors, the ":
communication
from the firm now auditing night, so that they can on the morrow -: =::: r:::=: J
MIAMI.-Tomatoes, peppers and the city's books, stating that the look around and find accommodationsat pains and aches following exposureare trter3otl> == The Peruna Coat P..", Columbus, Ohio
egg plants frozen to the ground in the tax receipt books for the years 1906 reasonable rates. relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At
recent cold snap are sprouting up and 1907 and a large portion of 1908 all druggists, 25c. ((1))
the indications that were unable to be located. As a result ,.
again, and are "THE BIRTH OF A NATION. i ir
the work of auditing will be '"
there are many fields throughout the retarded .
that at first were thought to be until these books can be found. r,
county
"
As vault has been "The Birth of a Nation. the most
total losses that will yet yield splendid no provided for the
without replanting. safekeeping of the books, they had stupendous spectacle, showing the up-
crops been building the South at the close of
stored in a room on the Green
street side of the city hall and some the Civil War, the organization and I
ARCADIA.--Parties who have been I of the records were lost during the work of the Ku Klux Klan, will come
out on the prairies the past few days hurricane of 1908. to the Baird Theatre, Gainesville fora i UPToY9U
say that many of the smaller lakes are two day engagement, starting Tues-
entirely dried up, and that the creeks pathetic day, March 6th. A matinee will be I!
and small streams have but little water MIAMI.-A incident in con. given Wednesday at three o'clock. : .
them and cattle suffering nection with the cave of the Homestead ,
in are Evening performances at eight fifteen. I Ii
from both lack of water bank robbery against Alderman and '
considerably The prices will range from fifty
and green food, the freeze killing down Rice, the two surviving members of cents to $1.50. Mail orders will be
We Sell Better Groceries I
the is i !
all the grass. gang mother, the was fact crazed that young with Alder.man's grief accepted now from local theatres. i 1

and worry over her son's trouble and
ST. AUGUSTINE. W. Gibbs on has been taken to i\\ state asylum. NEW MAIL ARRANGEMENT For- Less Money !
of last week in stock Max- -
Tuesday a This makes the sixth victim of that
well touring car, made the trip from awful event, three members of the Cedar Key Trains No Longer Serve I II
Jacksonville to St. Augustine, 39 miles, Dade sheriff's Starke With Mails.
county
in 42 minutes, averaging 55.7 miles an been killed, one of the band possee killed having and j I Give Your Pocketbook i

hour] The trip was made eighteen'minutes another drowned while trying to According to mail schedule
escape a new ,
..
quicker than the time required for a needed rest j ..
and the fate of the poor woman the train's between Jacksonville and I H
the fastest trains of the t.1
passenger mentioned being worse than death. Cedar Key have the mail service only I I "'
Florida East Coast railway.PENSACOLA. I f ,
,between Waldo and Cedar Key. Between -
TAMPA.-Judge Call has issued an I l Jacksonville and Waldo the mail I Give Your Bank Accounta I
.-A contract for the order in the United States district ;service has been taken off. The postmaster -
construction of the steel hangar to court dismissing J. B. Showalter's suit I' at Starke, however, sends a chance to grow I i'1
house the navy's new giant dirigible to have a receiver appointed to handle j I i locked pouch in charge of the baggage C
balloon at the Pensacola navy yard, the funds for the drainage of the Ever- [I master containing mail for and be- { .
was awarded \lly> the navy departmentto glades. Arguments were ma' yond Jacksonville, with the northbound Highest cash price paid for chickens eggs, sweet

the Virginia Bridge and Iron Company case on Tuesday and Judge Call tookit 9:30 morning train, but no other mailis potatoes and other country produce. ?
of Roanoke, Virginia, at a cost under advisement. The complainant sent by the Cedar Key trains from I I

of $64,100. The work. will be completed also sought to enjoin further op- Starke, and no mail is delivered here .,
.::
in six months.MIAMIComplete. these trains.
by
erations by the board and the sale of I II

I $3,500,000 worth of bonds, which, it is Come and
drainage of 150- I claimed, are offered at a figure that NO CONSOLIDATION OF DRUG see us
000 acres of Everglades land along the tends to depreciate the value of Everglade STORES.
Tamiami Trail, west of this city, is land and would not realize funds I
aimed at in the organization of a sub- I sufficient to complete the project. Under the caption of "Drug Stores t

drainage district to provide funds for Consolidated," today's Lake Butler Young Trading Co.
supplementing the work to be done by Times states that the Weaver DrugCo. I
the state and by the Tamiami Trail FT. LAUDERDALE. their threedays' and the Raiford Pharmacy have
road and bridge district. The preliminary trip the legislative party crossed consolidated in Raiford. Such a con
plans for this district are alreadywell Lake Okeechobee, traversed more thana solidation has been contemplated by

under way. hundred miles of drainage canals in I these two stores and a consolidation. Near Depot Starke Fla
the Everglades and entertained
were '
i' of this kind may be made later, but ,
ly the people of the Everglades towns
at present both of these stores are independent tI
PENSASCOLA-Ample opportunity -
of Moore Haven, Okeelanta and Davie.A .
will be afforded visitors in this I banquet given the visitors Tuesday and no change has been .
was -
made, except that Mr. Weaver has
city during Mardi Gras celebration for night by the Fort Lauderdale
I
inspecting the United Stales naval vessels bought out his partner.-Raiford Trib-
board of trade. Thursday the visiting
stationed here "at that time, as une.
had -
I
party a bathing party and shore
space on the west side of Commandancia dinner and '
saw aeroplane exhibition
an
wharf has been allowed for the ves- beach NOTICE OF TAX COLLECTOR.I 1
at Miami visited a rum- .
sels to berth, so that parties may see ber of Everglades farms near hue, will be at Lake Butler, on March1st s.I

them without great inconvenience. were driven over a part of the Tami 2nd, 3rd, Thursday, Friday and I

ami trail, which is to be the first cross-: Saturday, for the purpose of collecting ,
PALM BEACII.-A hammerheadshark state road south of Lake Okeechob-, taxes, and ask the people to meet me
measuring eleven1 eet.and six and were given a reception by Mr. and there, as this will be the only round t
inches, was caught and harpooned on Mrs. Bryan at Villa Serena, their vin- made this spring.
Tuesday afternoon off the ocean pier ter home at Cocoanut Grove. The Ev- Respectfully,
by Bert Hiscock. The shark had been erglades tour was made by the legis: B. M. DOWLIXG.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
swimming off the beach for.several. .
days and-there was genuine satisfac-
tion expressed over the catch. It took (

ten men to haul it into shore. 1

FORTIEADE.Several days ago, : IF YOU BUY LUMBER NOW I 320,817 1\

Rev. W. D. Turnley, of this city, formerly -
secretary of the board of trade I I .
and well known in Tampa and South I I Have been built and actually delivered to retail buyers since August 1, 1916.
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Florida, requested Governor Catts to -

set apart Sunday, Feb. 25, as a day of --you will avoid delays and vexations when : I These figures- 320,817- represent the actual number of cars manufactured
a prayer for rain, the lack of that pro-
duct having been badly felt in this sec- the spring building rush comes on. i Ijy us since August let, 1916, and delivered by our agents to retail buyers. I

tion. This the governor has done, according -
to the proclamation receivedby ; 1 -you will have a complete and well selected This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars makes it necessary for us to 1
Mr. from him. a
I
Turnley today
stock from which to make your own selection I confine the distribution of cars only to those agents who have orders for immediate j,
I
TAMPA.-Mrs. Ordella Conas at- delivery to retail customers. rather than to permit any agent to stockcars :;-
tempted suicMe Saturday by satur- --and you will surely get better prices, as af in anticipation of later spring sales. ;

ating her clothes with coal oil and ap- ter building starts in the spring wholesalers ,
plying a match and may die from the
results. This is the twelfth Latin wom- are sure to advance prices, and retailers We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect them :

an setting of Tampa themselves to attempt on fire within suicide the by must do the same. I'Ii selves against delay or dissappointment in securing Ford cars. If, therefore, you f...

past five years., It would seem that 1 I I II are planning to purchase a Ford car, we advise you to place your order and
the is Cu- I III i
horrible death by burning a ,
I take
ban I ; delivery now.
woman's favorite suicide route. :
We specialize in high grade interior and exterior
Immediate orders will have prompt attention. .
I
ST. PETERSBURG.-This city has finishings.We .
felt the direct effect of the German- I
American strained relations. Fort I can supply any grade from the cheapest Delay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several months. t
Dade has been closed to all visitors, ( .

through a general order which closrs I I to the best, but Enter your order today for immediate delivery with our authorized Ford agent
all navy yards and army posts to the
public. Visitors, it is stated. are also YOU GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU PURCHASE listed below and don't be disappointed later on. 1.
excluded from the monitor Tallahasseeand
the of U-boats, which relying I : ;
K series PRICES;
at the Mallory line docks in Ta v- Ruaalooat$:U5. Toorinc Car $360. Conpelet $505 Ford Motor C o.
/ pa. Town Car $595. Sedaa $645. I.e.b. Detroit :

Quigley Lumber & Supply O.

FT. LAUDERDALE.-The White A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON '
Star Bus line has purchased a new 22 --1
passenger White bus from the White Y
Starke Florida
factories at Cleveland. The new bus Starke Florida. Ii .

Was shipped to Jacksonville and was IiII
driven from there to this city, reach- II
ing here late last Wednesday night.
Monday the bus made its first trip,
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t 'PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAFKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 21917.

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..t I BOUGHT FIFTEEN FINE MULES. DUTCH INDIGNANT. Constipation Causes Bad '
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"Roamer" printed before SALIVATESAND Skin.A .
the flagship was CALOMEL
-J ; Bradford County Telegraph ascension else -
Governor Catts' or MAKES YOU SICK
:- Mr. Hodges forgot to tell the printerto Captain MeL Conoly superintendent Widespread indignation is reported I dull and pimply kin is i
I Cattle FeedingCompany's ,to have been roused by the torpedoing du'1, '
of the Southern
scrttrh out nora the old cut tie j i sluggish bowel '
5: Published Weekly, and entered as seci two formidable one-pounder cannons., Acts Like Dynamite a Slug- big stock ranch east of...j o( seven Dutch steamers in the English -I I this condition and movement clear Corr4t

t end class matter at the post-office at w'.thwhich; the "Roamer" form'r1I I( Starke, was in town Wednesday and channel. Three of the vessels sunk f ion with Dr. Kind's Xew your COtnpeX '

:r' Starke. Florida. was crmed, for he ought to know tio.t gish Liver and You Losea purchased from J. W. Andrews & Son aggregated a total tonnage of fifteen This mild laxative taken Life rm.:

th; picture; as it is must be "a stenchin Day's Work. fifteen head of fine mules that had just :I thousand and four remained afloat, I will assure you a full free at bedthn;
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arrived from the St. Louis market. badly damaged.The lwi -
Eo S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner the nostrils" to the governor. The mules each fitted out with a Dutch office stated that ling movement m the morning. '
were foreign DriY
The book is-as might be expected- !
I I out the dull !
liste!
H. E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor There's no reason why a person madea I filing
and of
written in more neutral style than :full set of work harness they the steamers had availed themselves !I leau1tmf"
a from
overloaded
f =====5 the first biennial report, and besides i should take sickening, salivating calomel fine show as they moved off toward the German offer to sail together for 'I intestines and $}

A female Pennsylvania State Col- giving the expense account, personneland I when 50 cents buys a large bottle I the stock ranch, where they are to be Falmouth. The crews of all seven gish liver. Get a bottle today."T
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lege lecturer who should know what fishing laws not much is said. The i of Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect 'used in cultivating crops for feedingthe boats are believe'd to have been saved. j sour druggist, :25. ((1)**) ...

she is talking about says that "the commissioner points out that, while all I substitute for calomel. cattle and hogs on the ranch. I .
I It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid The mules purchased by Captain II -------
,. less clothes a girl wears the more she other foodstuffs have risen in price, ----
which will start your liver just as surely Conoly Wednesday were the best WHAT IS I
the very
must eat. Thus one of the reasons: the price of oysters remains same.
S for the high cost of food is explained. He gives authority for the statement as calomel but it doesn't make you that could be bought in the' St. Louis II Half Your Living : .

t S !. that a quart of oysters contains as sick and can not salivate. market. This makes tw nty-six head I Without Money -;;:
That "German raider" which has much nutriment is a quart of milt! Children and grown up folks can of this class of stock that he has LAXFOSUXFOS I Cof,

S. terrorized the West Indian seas and though we had always thought it contained I take Dodson's Liver Tone because it bought of Andrews & Son within a A right cr vrocg start In 1917 YfI ,
caused British steamers to burn is harmless. to make or break most farmers
v tramp more; also that oysters contains ( perfectly month. He is preparing run one In the

r, up their coal before they came to port no bones or feathers, which, per- Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is hundred plows this year for the com IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA I I I This South.war We in arc Europe all facing a cz'i aa. "

in their efforts to fly to safety, now I haps was unnecessary to tell us. mercury and attacks your bones. Takea pany and will grow stock feed exclusively such uncertainty that puts th1np fa
turns out to be nothing but a harm- is dose of nasty calomel today and you ,t'JACKSONVILLE A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE no man eQ -
Appended to the book a large map _ foresee the future witi any degree
less French steam yacht carrying of Franklin county coast waters, pre- will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to I CATHARTIC AND lIVER TONIC clearness.The .

,- freight between the islands. But when pared by the U. S. bureau of fisheries. morrow. Don't lose a day's work. CATTLE MARKETThe LAX-Fos is not a Secret or Patent Medi sure and certain increasa 1-
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one is afraid,in Ihe dark it is always The conventinal signs for "very scat- Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver cine but is composed of the following cotton acreage neana lower cotton .
I :. easy to conjure up ghosts. terin ." and "depleted," of the oyster Tone instead and you will wake up Interstate Stockyard, Talleyrand I old-fashioned roots and herbs: prices next fall. Cost of all food ma .
i beds shown on the map emphasizes the feeling great. No more biliousness, avenue, report on the local live stock CASCARA BARK grain products Is high so high that
The News says that a boy of 15 or necessity for a close watch on the oyster constipation, sluggishness, headache, market by Williamson & Dennis, is as no one can afford to bay and emect : :
l'i( welt into store in BLUE FLAG ROOT
wars Jasper
a follows
: to pay out with cotton.
coated stomach. Your
men in order to conserve the bivalves tongue or sour
't Saturday night and purchased five Goats, 2 1-2 to 3 1-2 cents. RHUBARB ROOT It's a time aSove all others to
, as much as possible. It is pleasant druggist says if you don't find Dodson's Play -
packages of cigarettes and walked out. Sheep, 3 1-4-to 5 1-2 cents. BLACK ROOT safe; to produce all possible
' to learn that cultivated -! Liver Tone acts better than hor- fool
oysters are being I ,
,, In a few minutes he returned and pur- Lambs, 5 to 7c. MAY APPLE ROOT grain and forage supplies on _
.., chased 32 more packs stating that five extensively along the Florida j rible calomel ycur' money is waitingfor Hogs 100 Ibs and up choice $9 to j own acres; to cut down the store TOW bflL '
coasts, also that the enforcement of 4 I SENNA LEAVES
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you. (12- )
packs would last him only one ,day. j $9.50. A good piece of garden "
! The news says that that boy is traveling the f.hirg hvrs is not now so difficult Medium to good hogs, 160 Ibs up, i AND PEPSINIULAx.FOStheCASCARAIS rightly plante-i rightly tended ground.and

;' the road that leads to the reform- : as formerly.The MASS MEETING AT THE COURThOUSE. $8.50 to $3.75. I improved by kept planted the. year round, can ba 1
:j -' atory, lunatic asylum or grave yard, shell fish division is a part of I Good light hogs, 125 and 150 Ibs, $8 the addition of these digestive ingredients made to pay half your living. it win
the rtate department of agriculture.The to $S.50. making it better than ordinary CAS- save you more money than you
: 1-ut what the News failed to tell made
! us commissioner is appointed by thegovernor Good pigs, 65 to 120 Ibs $7.75 to $8 CARA,and thus the combination acts not on the best five acres cf cotton -
was why some alert officer failed to Last night at the court house the yon
i for four His salary is Fed steers, choice to prime $S to only as a stimulating laxative and cathar. I I ever grew!
! i arrest the merchant who made the $166.66 per month years.and traveling expenses "Clean l'p and Paint Up' Campaignfor $10; good to choice, $7.25 to $7.75; fair tic but also as digestive and liver tonic. I Hastings' 1917 Seed Book tells
I t .: sale. Surely there is a law which prohibits exceed Starke was organized.A to good, $6.75 to $7.25. Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-Fos I about the right kind nf a afl
not to
: f. the selling of cigarettes to mi The commission $800 per year. large crowd of interested citizens Florida bean-fed steers, 600 Ibs and combines strength with palatable aromatic | ing garden and the: vegetables money to gar .
t'! t nors.-Gainesville Sun. operates twentytwoboats gathered and were received bv the ladies up, $6.75 to $7.35. taste and does not gripe or disturb in It. It tells about the field cut
at an average cost_of $27.33 perday I of the Civic Club who wore badges Bean fed steers, 500 to 600 Ibs, $6.50to the stomach. One bottle will prove well and shows yo-j the clear crops i as
J: DO.VT BE VERBOSE. for each. During the period covered LAX-FOS is invaluable for road to
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$7 Constipation
I; of green and white, the club dolors. real farm prosperity it's Free.
I by this report the shell fish com Mrs. J. R. Ifclligan: president of the Light steers, $5.50 to $6.40. Indigestion or Torpid Liver... Price SOc. for it today to H. G. HASTINGS Send CO
1 That W. A. McRae, our efficient missioner has traveled approximately Grass fed *
-1 j School nd Civic Club, presided steers. $4 to $5. Atlanta, Ga.Advt.PLUMBINQ.
;I ': commissioner of agriculture, is in lover 44,000 miles, following up his patrolmen I I. the meeting. Mrs. R. A. Weeks over, Heavy bulls $5.75 to $6.50. ..... It
;" with Florida is evident from his fre- on land and water and directing chairman of civics, detailed plans for as Light bulls, $5 to $5.75. .. -.; -
quent writings extolling the state. The personally the carrying out of the provisions the Herridicks, $5 to $5.50.
campaign'and its .
!! F. copy is sent to the newspapers, and of the law. Mr. Hodges is in organization.Mrs. Calves, $5 to $9.
'I' L such of them as have the space fo love with his work, is zealous in the J. A. Hendley state chairman of Fat cows, $5.50 to $6.25.
i I spare gladly publish his articles. The discharge of his duties and should be.. made civics of the F. F. W. C., of Dade City, Medium cows, $4.50 to $5.25. II Worn Out? ::
talk
average paper must forego this pleasure retained. His position is necessary for I a helpful ; and Mrs. J. D. Canners. $4 to $4.50. :
Randall vice president section two F. Oxen, $4.40 to $6.50.
, for lack of space. Our worthy the conservation and increase' of shell F. W. C., of Lawtey, also made an en- I No doubt you are, il :
commissioner has not yet learned to fish. n Quinine you suffer from any of the
I thusiastic talk. Different businessmen hit Does riot Affect The Head
,i write for the newspaper of the country -' handled the Because of its tonic tart laxative eSect LAXATIVE P numerous ailments to
AXNOUNCEM EXTS.The subject of the improvement
j town. He saves up his matter until BRGMO QUININE is better than ordinary which au women are sub- r ,
\ it becomes too voluminous instead and beautifying of our town Quinine a j ,
ringing in head. Remembet the full Let
Dr. A. H. Freeman made name and do
us 'l.
of stopping in time and leaving the' W. C. T. U. will meet next Monday an address on look for the sign.lire of/ W. GROVE. 2"0< sideache nervous- your
t rest for another occasion. His latest March 4, at 3 o'clock, at the Methodist the subject of "What a Clean Town ness, weak, tired feeling

article besides having a very ponderous church. Subject "Signs by th? Health.Would "Mean from the Standpoint of LIFT YOUR CORNS toms are some, and you of the must symp ridyoursell plumbingNOW.

: heading includes about one-third Way." of them In orderto
The ladies of the Civic Club
of extraneous matter that should have The U. D. C. will meet Wednesday servedeveryone OFF WITH FINGERS feel welL Thousands

been cut out. We would like to reproduce March 7. at three o'clock at the residence cocoa and with sandwiches.In refreshments. of coifee; of women, who hive : :
I this article but we cannot spare of Mrs. L. A. Davis. been benefited by this

three columns for the purpose, and The L. T. L. will meet this afternoon full the next of issue the of the Telegrapha Tells How to Loosen a Tender P remedj, urge you to
then it is a little too ,verbose any- (riday) at the high school auditor report meeting with the .

way.The ium, at 3:15. names printed.fLASSIFIEn of. committees appointed, will be Corn or Callus so it Lifts TAKE You will '' !
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same charge of verbosity may The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will save :
--
be laid to the writer of the articles meet next Tuesday March 6, at 2:3Cp. Out Without ,Pain.

sent out by the state board of health. m., at the residence of Mrs. J. M. 8 I IThe Ir MONEY.Material
r If these articles were strictly confinedto Mitchell.D. CardulP :
their subjects instead of rambling V ADVERTISINGFOR V You reckless men and women who

I about on irrevelant territory they C. CAS OX'S FARM BUILDINGS are pestered with corns and who haveat
i would be short enough to be published BURN. least once a week invited an awful

I: by every paper. SALE-Two good horses. Sam death from lockjaw or blood poisonare Woman's Tonic advancing ;

For terse, effective style, C. K. Mc- Rosenberg, Starke. 29tf. now told by a Cincinnati authority
Quarrie, agent to the University of I' The D. C. Cason country place, occupied to use a drug called freezone, which Mrs. Sylvania'Woods,

Florida Extension Division has few by Mr. Coleman Crawford and FOR SALE-Four young Florida raiser the rroment a few drops are applied P Clifton Mills, Ky., says: each day. '
.- equals. His writings never'make any family, burned, with all the small out mules. Neal Bros., Route 1, ta any corn or callus the soreness is "Before taking Car d UIIwasattiniessoweakl, .
lying buildings last night the loss Starke. ,
2-16-3t.
"fishing excursions," are well digestedand relieved and soon the entire corn or ; I

always timely therefore they are being both to complete.Mr. Mr. Cason. and Mr. Crawford FOR SALE-One Ford truck in per- callus fingers, root and all, lifts off with the I could hardly walk, and 1 (

generally published by the Florida pa:' Crawford, with his father, was fect condition. Cheap for cash. J. thepalnlnniybackand JONES' '
pers. In writing for newspapers per- visiting relatives in a nearby neigh- 0. Turner Starke. 2-16-3t. I'reezone dries the moment it is ap head nearly killed me. C.
plied, and simply
shrivels
sons should remember that the the
space corn or' .
borhood last night and as they approached callus without After taking three bottlesof :
is circumscribed and that multitude FOR SALE-A farm inflaming or irritating
a their large mule. Will even
home about nine the dis
o'clock Cardui
pahs
of other subjects must be given a hear- work any place, single or double. the surrounding tissue or skin.
ing as well as their they discovered the roof of the front Wm. A small bottle of freezone appeared. Now 1 eel as Hardware
own. veranda afire. By the time Whistler, Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf will cost and Farm
reached
S the they very little at any of the drug stores, well as lever did. Every i: i
house the entire
TO CONTROL building
HOG CHOLERA. was but will
positively rid suffering woman should
in flames, the fire having gotten sucha WANTED-Large family for picking one's feet of
S strawberries every hard or soft corn try Cardui. Gdabottfe : Implements
and general farm workA. or hardened i
start
The Florida Live Stock Associatton as to be beyond control. There callus.
L. Jackson, Route 1 Box .) If your druggist hasn't today. E4 ]
&
: is promoting a movement to get the seems to have been strong evidence of freezone he any I
legislature to appropriate $50,000 to oil having been thrown on the house, Starke, Fla. 32t. can get it at any wholesale -

combat hog cholera in Florida. This and with a good breeze blowing it FOR SALE-Good drug house for you. (60) .., I STARKE; FLORIDAt

is all well and good, but our legisla- was only a short time until the house pony farm mule 6 : '! (
: tors should be certain that they do not and all nearby buildings were in ashes. head 8-months.old shoats,one Jersey .I
Mrs. cow, two yearlings, one 3-year old
allow the veterinary surgeons to sew Crawford and children were in
i : up the situation in this state as they the house at the time the fire started Jersey male. See J. W. White ,

: have done in some other states. I and barely had time to escape. Starke. 322t. H. T.RITCH. Pre. W.T. iii,

:: There is but one prevention of hog I Mr. Crawford sustained a heavy lossas FOR WEEKS Viee-Prei. J. H. RITCH Cwhier '
cholera. his meat house SALE-I will sell all or any part .
It is vaccination. Any per- burned, as well as .
son of average intelligence can learnin practically all of his furniture and oth-, of my 800 acres of land near Starke
a few minutes to vaccinate hogs. er belongings. Mr. Cason's loss is Fla., on liberal terms. Andrew Miller -

Every farmer should be left free to complete, as he carried no insuranceand Frankfort, Indiana. 3-2-4t. Bradford Bank .

b procure virus and serum and do his the house was one of the best County :
own vaccinating, if he wishes to. To farm houses in the county. Beside the FOR SALE OR TRADE, cash or terms

surround the treatment of hogs with a house about six outbuildings were lost. Two 3-acre lots, in west Starke, a
lot of difficulties Mr. Cason built the dwelling on each. Beautiful site
and unnecessary expense house about twelve Bradford ,
for the services of professional years ago and lived in it until four II for homes. What have you? R. S. County's Financial Stronghold.

veterinaries will entail a hardship on years ago, when he moved into town, I Johns. 3-2-lt.
swine breeders and greatly retard the renting his farm which is known as
j work. one of the finest farms of the county. FOR SALE-Good clean rice 20 Ibs. Report of condition at the close of -.-1", L
; If the legislature sees fit to make an Walter Howard and two yuoung men I I for $1 Will clean your rice and grind business December 31st, : '
appropriation for the manufacture and named Green were arrested this morn- your feed on Fridays. One-eighth I 1916 made
as '
I taken to the State t
for toll.
E. L.
: ing in Ware at Peek'smill. Comptroller.
free connection
distribution of serum and"1virus, with the fire. Sheriff ; ]
I I
,, locating a storage and distribution sta- Epperson took them to Starke.- 1-5-tf. (

tion in each county of the state, it Raiford Tribune. FOR RESOURCES
will have done a great service to the The parties mentioned as being suspected SALE-Good 40-acre farm with I Loans and Discounts LIABILITIES
large dwelling house, barn and full' 159062.60 1 t
farmers. To this might.be added the of incendiarism were arraigned : Capital Stock
set of outbuildings good water Bradford County School $ 25,000.00 r :. J
before entire Warrants
Judge Gardiner
employment of one or two experienced and were released 26045.22 Surplus
veterinaries or experienced laymen to from custody on their own recognizance all the tract neatly fenced, practically I! Town of Starke Bonds 2,000.00 and Undivided! ProfitsCashier's I 13,738.31 t __"
land
teach the farmers how to vaccinate. for appearance before the tillable. Price will be !I Banking House Checks Outstanding 73.90
circuit right; small payment down balance Furniturerand Fixtures 21,113.84 1 1 1 I
But to place the matter entirely in court, which will sit the first Deposits '
on terms. .Address "Non Resident. Other Real Estate Owned 257,003.85 ;j t
the hands of some board or commission Monday in May.TELEGRAPH'S. 5,861.50 .,.
with power to impose all sorts of un- 2232t.WAXTED Owner. care Telegraph Starke FU i Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured I 103.98 ,

". necessary regulations and .prohibitive HONOR ROLL. Cash on Hand and in Banks ';: [
81,628.92'
fees would be a great misfortune.
Through'such regulations professional -Man and wife, or any par- I TOTAL r

1 fees might be imposed that would B. S. Edwards J. A. J. Pinholster, ty who can invest $2,000 (two thou. j 295816.06 TOTAL 295,816.06 L

i amount to a great deal more than the .W. A. Dubose F. A. Scott, J. R. Davis sand dollars) cash and take personal -:,

: cost of virus and serum. In this case J. H. Ritch W. F. Edwards, N. C. Mott charge of a new up-to-date merc.inI I Every modem t
facility for
the farmer would be injured rather S. E. L. Dukes Geo. L. Massey, J. B. tile business as partner with half the most satisfactory transaction of }

than helped by the action of the legislature Davis J. L. Ward, Mrs. A. G. Dudley, interest in the business. The inven. business offered by us. Absolute

i and the state would be carr F. M. Witt, P. J. J. Kerce, J. D. Smith, tory of the stock amounts to $10.000 safety, perfect

ing an appropriation that profited no A. L. Green, W. M. Peek, 0. W. Barry, today, and we guarantee by agreement prompt serVIce are all afforded convenience't .

one except a few veterinary surgeons. J. S. Mercer, W. M. Lang T. J. Johnson $100 profit monthly, subject, ifartv Your you by this Bank. :

In some states the boon of free serum W. L. Johns. T. P. Ward.-. W.- -M.-- has Some eXDerien. nn._ in... H.q....v .,
I
and virus seems to have worked Bloodsworth, F. F. Stump. Sam Ros line and has some cash capital. No best HraTlngllyinVitedandyOU are assured of our J-

f out in this way. By the time the farmer enberg, H. D. Mott, A. A. Johns, G. W. thus neoj inquire. After a perio-J

I has run the gamut of red tape and Spires L. G. Johnson Mrs. M. E. Ed- of six months if not satisfactory, It1 ,

I': paid high professional fees he has wards, Mrs. R. L. McDowell A. B. party can withdraw. For: more information -. : J.

i': found out that the cost was considerably Fletcher, J. N. Norman, Roy Roberts, write-to P. 0. Box 324. !
t : more than it would have been ifS S. H. Moore, R. A. Y. Roberts L. A. Starke, Fla. 223tf. Bradford

,! he had paid for his serum and virus Duncan J. F. Colley, T. A. Holton, E. I County Bank .1

and done his own vaccinating. W. Turner, P. M. Riggs J. 3!. Muse, College day will be observed at the ;
; J. M. Norman C. R. Sapp, W. R. Kersey Methodist church next Sunday morn- J t ,

'S SHELL FISH REPORT. Henry Brown, J. S. Sapp, John ing. The music, and all other parts of Bradford '
,-S Forsyth, F. 3!. Norman, J. E. Cone. the service, will be very interesting County's Financial
; Shell Fish Commissioner T. R. Hodges Thos. )Mills Mrs. V. E. Sapp, W. W. and quite profitable to all who attend. Stronghold.I ,
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report for 1915 and 1916 has come Ward, Mrs. Henry Sapp, W. I. Deaver, The sermon will be on Christian edu- Starke
to hand. It is a book of 85 page beside J. B. Seals, T. J. Andrews, McXair cation. A cordial invitation is extended :

numerous full plate engravings. Lumber Co., 0. J. Griffin, W.J. Griffin, to everybody to enjoy this service Florida.:1

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MARCH 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE 4

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A. P. Hoffman, the efficient and MRS. BARR ENTERTAINS.Mrs. .
obliging Southern Express agent at 1

a Starke, owns an orange grove in Pinel- Barr invited the ladies of the
Bits of Local las county. After the cold weatherof Methodist church to meet with her at The Home BeautifulYour
a few weeks ago he had misgivingsas the parsonage last Thursday afternoonat
to the safety of his possessions in
which time she entertained them
that line, but he is just back from a very charmingly.The mm-mmmmmmmm s
visit to the and to a*
was delighted
grove
InformationU subject for the afternoon
was
find that the cold did him practically "The Foundation of Missions." and the home can be made
W V no damage. He says his trees are now

!aM/a.... Ira w Ganad.wtf r.... in full bloom and that he has the pro- ram following was carried beautifully out: arranged prog- such by a judicious selection
mise of a heavy crop next fall.
Song, "From All the Dark Places-
Chorus. ofFURNITURE
-- CORINTH CHURCH.
Reading, "The Fountain Head of
W. E. Griffis, of Raiford, was {in I A gentle shower Wednesday laid the I Missions,"-Mrs. J., W. White.

town Thursday. dust on our streets and was very wel- The revival meetings held at Cor- Reading, "Why Some People Do Not .
come to all. inth church closed last Sunday night. Believe in Missions" Mrs. Emily Phil- t
Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, The baptismal service was held at ips.

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. The seventh consignment for the Crosby lake Sunday morning at 10 Reading,+'The First Women's Missionary We have a line of Furniture that will
Adkins, season, consisting of 20 mules and 5 o'clock, after which the congregation Society"-Mrs. Barr.
horses, arrived at J. W. Andrews & retired to the church and Rev. L. W. Duet, "Little Boys Across the Sea" transform any home, It embraces complete .
Mrs. J. E. Wilson returned Sunday Son's stables Tuesday. Kickliter preached an able sermon -Orville and Coke Barr. "
equipment for in the 4
from her visit to Jacksonville. from Rom. VI, 1J. Nine were addedto Bible reading on the subject of God's every room .

Mrs. F. A. Scott, district nurse, returned the church during the eight days' approval of Missionary work-Rev. T. house, and for hall, porch and lawn. j
Buist's garden seeds, the kind that home Friday from a trip to service. P. M. RIGGS, Pastor. L. Z. Barr. I t
grow. Hull's Department Store. Lake City. She will leave in a few Solo, "Must I Go Without Any
Your home is the dearest on'earth
days to visit Live Oak in the interest BAPTIST CHURCH. Sheaves?"-Mrs. Barr; :Miss: Myra spot

Break your cold or lagrippe with a of the State Board of Health work. Barr, accompanist. to you. Make it attractive. : .

few doses of 666. Services next Sunday morning and Prayer, Mrs. White. i

Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. H. C. evening at the Baptist church. The Song, "Tell It Out"-Chorus. Come and let us co-operate with you in '
:Miss Allie Floreus, of Jacksonville, Richard returned last week from At- public is invited. Come. Closing Prayer-Mrs. W. B. Young. .
is visiting Mrs. Emma Richard. lanta, where they went to purchase The hostess, assisted by Miss Myra, this effort. We can, if you will. :\

millinery goods for Mrs. Knight's When Dr. A. H. Freeman returnedto Orville and Coke Barr, served dainty .'
Sullivan of Theressa, was store. refreshments of fruit and cake
Andrew ; Starke Tuesday from a trip to Tal- punch -.
Wednesday. and while the refreshments were being :
in town
lahassee, it was with a new dignity
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin had as added-that of being grandfather. For enjoyed Mrs. Barr gave a reading en- |
'I J. M. Truby is loading another car their guests last Thursday: Mrs. Van- while on a visit to his children, Mr. titled, "Aunt Dinah's Starry ,Crown." Johns Furniture Co.

with sweet potatoes for Tampa this landingham, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grif- and Mrs. L. A. Yates, the stork visited

week. fin, Mrs. Silvernail, all of Jacksonville, their; home Sunday morning, February25th LONG BRIDGE. Starke Florida
and Mr. Levi Dyal, of Fernandina. and brought a fine boy. Mother ,
a Mr. Blanchard Law, who is attending and child are doing well. Mrs. Free- ,I

Columbia Colleg, spent the week- ,Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons, of man, who has been with her daughter )Ir. Ben Crosby, of near Brooker,
end here with his parents.D. North Branch, Minn., are visiting at for some time,-is still with her. I attended Sunday, school at Long -. -- -- _._- _. ._. j
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. Bridge Sunday. -1

F. McDonald, of Lake Butler, was Before leaving Florida they will visit DEATH OF J. D. GRIFFIN. i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lavender and { ,

in town Tuesday. the Miami East and coast.other points- of interest on I baby: of Alachua, visited Mrs. Laven- SMOKE |

der's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mer-
Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, was a visitor Mr. T. J. GriSn, who went to San- ritt, last week. -- -
to Starke Tuesday.RUBMYTISMAntiseptic. Mrs. J J. Silcox has returned to her ford last week to be at the bedside of Mr. of Brooker
Percy Kelley was
home in Miami, after spending several his brother, Mr. J. D. Griffin, came justin the: guests at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. PURE HAVANA
relieves weeks as a guest at the home of her time to take a long farewell of him, J. E. Adkins, last Sunday.Mr. ALL

rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. mother, Mrs. Maggie Harris, near as he expired Thursday night, Febru- Adam Tison, of Raiford, visited f +
Starke. ary 22nd, from.the effect of a strokeof his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Ti- 7
F. H. Long is having his front yard paralysis. Son, last Sunday.Mr. The popular cigar of the South. Made by the
converted into a lawn by sodding it The floor of the depot platform is I Mr.J. D. Griffin was 58 years of George Crawford, of Raiford,
Vith turf. being repaired. The grading of Ninth age. The near relatives to mourn his visited friends at Long Bridge last STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
street is furnishing dirt for the fillingup departure are his widow and five Sunday.Mr. ,

A. M. Blanchard, of Lawtey, was in of the unsightly holes in that neighborhood grown children, three brothers, Mr. T. and Mrs. M. M. Drake and chil- . .
Geo. L. Starke
Starke Tuesday.A J. Griffin, of Starke, Mr. H. M. Griffin, dren visited the home of Mrs. Drake's Massey, Prop. .- Fla.'J

of Ocala, and Mr. D. E. Griffin, of Mid- parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. R. F. Merritt,
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. Seed Corn-Golden Dent, Golden way, also one sister, Mrs. J. R. Corbett last Sunday.

M. Edwards, Wednesday, Feb. 28th. Beauty, Snowflake, Hickory King, :of Columbia, S. C. The remains were Messrs. Marion Moody and R. F. --- -- -- -- --
Blount's\Prolific, 100- ay Bristol, Evergreen I'interred at Sanford. Sympathy extended Merritt were harness visitors to .tl

W. E. Torode, one of Lawtey's mer- Adam's Early, Stowell's, to the bereaved relatives. county site last Wednesday. {
chants, had business in Starke Tues- Country Gentleman, also seed beans, i -- i Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johns visited

day. peanuts, etc. Hull's Department Store i'"DISTRICT SKULE CORNERS.AT BLUEBERRY relatives in Starke last Saturday. You Can Bluff .

Mr. and Mrs. J. Prevatt have a new Friends here of Mrs. J. C. Talbot
girl at their home. The young lady will be interested to know that she is PROHT BY THIS 1

arrived Sunday, 25th ult. now at Hot Springs, Ark., and that To say. that the "District Skule at i;
her health is Mrs. Talbot Don't Waste Another Day.
improving. .Blue berry Corners" was a "screaming
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins went to Lawtey' has many friends in Starke who hope :success" expresses it mildly. The high When worried backache Old Age *
are by
Saturday to attend the chatauqua in that she will soon be fully restored to :school auditorium was filled with an you ;
By lameness and urinary disorders,
there. health. audience, last Friday
session I unusually large Don't experiment with an untried -
evening, to see local talent play tb
medicine.Do .
Messrs. R. A. Weeks and J. W. Mrs.; A. W. Judson, of Ypsilanti, Mich., I taking comedy.The He'll
as dare his hand
is thousands of people are do- never to lay upon you
White have each recently purchased a visiting Mrs. Angie Sternburg at. stage was fitted up to representan g

Ford. her home on Cherry street. old fashioned district school room, ing.Use .Doan's Kidney Pills. and mark you for his own as long as ;your 1
and the play opened with the trustees '
Mrs. S. T. Dell and little son, S. T. Mr. and Mrs. W T. McEver, of Gra- choosing a teacher, while the last act Read this Gainesville resident's experience eyesight is unimpaired. .

Jr., who have been visiting relatives ham, were visitors in Starke Tuesday. was the closing exercises of the school. : 1
here, returned to Gainesville last sun- Interspersed with the various acts D. M. Phifer, grocer, Railroad st., But as the years creep on your eyes will '

Seed-grafted winter.bearing avocadoor were many local hits that brought Gainesville, Fla., says: "For several need aid. This is furnished by
day.D. ajligator pear trees, 3 varieties, forth storms of applause. Lack of years my kidneys were more or less j
adapted to North Florida. Write J. forbids mention of each charac- disordered and I suffered a lot from
C. Cason, one of the big plantersof space
the Raiford section, was a business B. Beach, West Palm Beach, Fla. ter's particular excellence in their line, pain in my back and right side. Often Perfectly Fitted Glasses. 5

visitor, to Starke Monday. 2-9-15t. but all carried out their parts in a I[ could hardly straighten up after
most realistic manner. To Mrs. J. R. stooping without support. At times,

r J. M. Muse, of west of Lawtey, was Mrs.: Sternburg has returned from Halligan, president of the School and the passages of the kidney secretionswere Examination no charge. We test your eyes

in Starke Friday. Titusville, where she spent two months Civic Club, and Mrs. Nelle Hughes, too frequent and I was obligedto and fit them with just the glasses you need. .
with her daughter, Mrs. Barbour. After chairman of the entertainment committee : get up several times during the
RENTS-Let us collect your rents. leaving Titusville Mrs. Sternburg is due much praise for their night. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and Your eyes behind a pair of our glasses renew -
ftompt remittances. Bradford Coun- spent two weeks in Jacksonville with untiring efforts to present this play. I[ could tell from the first that I was their youth and vitality.
ty Abstract Co., Starke. 2-16-4t friends. The Civic Club was very fortunate in being helped. I am never without
"' getting .the help of Mr. N. Sternberg, Doan's Kidney Pills on hand, for I

J. M. Norman and Horace Norman, The municipal' authorities and the who is an experienced comedian. The value them most highly." See Us If You Would See
of the Wateroak section, were visitorsto Civic Club have set aside the monthsof most difficult part, that of the teacher, Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't
Starke Friday. March and April to get ready for Hezekiah Pendergrass, was carried out simply ask for a kidney remedy-get 1
"Prosperity Week." During this time to perfection by Mr. N. Sternberg.The Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that t

W. M. Whitten, Raiford's naval the "Clain Up and Paint Up" campaign play added to the treasury of Mr. Phifer had. Foster Milburn Co., U. D. Miner Starke Fla. .
stores man, had business in Starke will wage war against every. the School and Civic Club the nice sum Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((24)) ,

Saturday.If thing that stands in the way of Starke of $45.40. .

being a clean town. Trespass cards for sale at this office. -
you need a new set of harness, we a .
can suit you. Large consignment just Hon..A. S. Crews is back from a tripto MASTER'S SALE. --
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received. J. W. Andrews & Son. the Everglades in company with a Notice is hereby given that under and by ,,: J. ," ,,-, '
large number of members of the virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made
and rendered March 1. 1917. by the Judge of i
Carload of new buggies just received. coming legislature. Mr. Crews was the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit ,
Best makes, all styles. We have favorably impressed with the 'Glades of Florida; in and for Bradford County Winter is hard
what you want. J. W. Andrews &Son. and thinks the work of drainage shouldbe in Trust chancery Company sitting, a corporation in favor of The administratorof American use

carried forward, but that the lands the estate of G. F. Markillie. deceased, complainant Give Your J
Dr. 0. L. Haynes spent Sunday in in thed .rainage area should bear the I Christine, and Yarborough against E.his E.wife Yarborough defendants and, I -- on cars, as winter 1

Jacksonville. exnense of the drainage operations. the undersigned will offer for sale before the
% court house door at Starke. Florida betweenthe work is hard on In-
legal hours of sale on Monday April 2.
S. V. Andrews, the Brooker furni- Drew's Vaporizing Croup and Pneu- 191 i. to the highest and best bidder for cash,
ture man, was in Starke on business monia Salve is sold to our patrons to the following described lands situated in Brad- dividuals. Your car needs a"tonic"
Friday. We don't want if ford. County Florida to-wit:
benefit. your money Said land lying and being in the county of
not benefitted when used in the treat- Bradford. State of Florida, to-wit: Lot thir- Car A and general overhauling
J. R. Mott, of Worthington, was ment of coughs, colds, cfoup, sore ty (301 and south half (SU) of lot nineteen .
119) and West half (Wit.) of lot thirty-one
transacting business in Starke Wednesday throat, tonsilltis, bronchitis and pneu- tat of section eighteen (18) in Township fiveS and dressing up before the rush
monia. Your druggist will supply your ( ) south of Range twenty-two (22) (east as ;

requirements. Manufactured by B. H. shown range on said map map of being said section filed in township clerk's office and of spring travel sets in.
County Commissioner R. J. Andrewsof Drew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv. of Circuit Court in the city of Starke Florida
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said county on one (II of maps and
Lake Butler business visitorto page
was a
1129t. plats of Bradford county. Said above described :
Starke Wednesday.The lots and half of lots containing! twenty
((20) acres more or less including one-half ('-_) S Are Car Doctors ;
Albert W. Anderson, senior member of abutting streets, which by agreement of the pringBring
stork visited the home of Mr.
in Starke I(parties hereto shall be forever open to public
and Mrs. J. Thornton Tuesday, February of the Ford agency was traveL .
27th, and left a fine girl. among the guests at a big banquet E. JOHNS.,
given-last Friday at the Seminole Ho- 3-2-5L Special Master. your car to us and we
tel, Jacksonville, by F. P. Farriss, state
Mr. E. T. Stewart, of Graham, justice manager for the Ford company., The will see that every little piece is '
of the No. 11
for district ,
peace banquet was'en as a get-together There Is more Catarrh In this section Tonic
had business in Starke Wednesday. of the of the country than all other diseases
occasion for the Ford agents
in first class order and
-* put together and for years it was supposed working
state, and proved to be a most enjoy- to be Incurable. Doctors pre- ,
Best Self Rising flour for Saturday able affair. scribed local remedies, and by constantly -
Customers at $9.50 barrel This is; lessthan failing to cure with local treatment ready to make good. j
pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a
wholesale Hull's De-
cost today. local disease greatly Influenced by: con-
partment Store. CHRISTIAN CHUROJ NEWS. stitutional conditions and therefore re-
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's t
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. machinists {
employed
N. B. Hull's sale Saturday and Monday Rev. LaRowe has accepted the pas- Cheney &remedy Co., Toledo.is Ohio taken Is Internallyand a constitutional Only expert ,

was a complete success, all the toracy of th Christian church of acts thru the Blood on the Mucous
roods put apart for the sale, and more Starke and will preach here the fourth Surfaces of the System. One Hundred and all work guaranteed. 1
besides Dollars reward Is offered for any case
being sold. Advertising
pays. Sunday of every month. His other that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure. .
Send for circulars and testimonials.F. .
engagements are: Raiford, the first !
Mr. the second Sunday J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
of
and Mrs. B. R. Witkovski, Sunday and Hampton
Jacksonville, were visitors here last He has '"t as yet any engagement Sold by Druggists 'ac.HaWs .
Tuesday. They came through the coun- for the third Sunday, and will Family mils for constipation.Make Starke Motor Co. Ii

try by 'automobile. therefore.progeVn Starke on the third '
Sunday in Mfr*, is well as the fourth your letterheads advertise
business. Give them individuality -
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children ]- your
noticeablenot STARKE FLORIDA.
distinctive
DtjrT make them ,
In One
motored to Jacksonville last To Care Cold Use stock ,
commonplace. good
Thursday and returned home Friday.While k LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the -
and He.a.che and werki ell the Cold.Drugdsts land have them printed by the Tele
in the Mr. Weeks attended Court I IETW. .
. city it it fails to care '
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NINE GALLONS LARD FROM ONE CABBAGE STOCKS Jf
v + v@v.C '.e f. A ARMOUR & CO. GIVE BLOODED CATTLE TRUTH IN FLORIDA IS HOG. PRICE VERY StUl
I. CATTLE TO STATE. STRANGER ,THAN FICTION. Arroiir" I SI ILL HIGH. ,

E. COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS. I -
Will Mickler, who lives on the rock NEW l'OI.h
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s' Armour & Co. has presented to the Like a fairy tale would read the I.lof 2-1-Tlie Oeria
Fertilizers road killed hog few days old cabbage
a a ago
ppp tipp p apvc'p.aC in the
about Florida's possibilities. For 'I yards {here !
state through the agricultural collegeof truth WI
Calhoun County. One farm loan as- which weighed 490 pounds, and from week were excc-luiEly '
would dare small
the of Florida, a blooded tha; reason no newspaper 1
sociation with a good subscription, has University which nine gallons of lard were made. ,; ers who were telegraphing Sagfstate (
describe actual possibilities. that we ,I
I bull and heifer. These animals arriv- Remember, pease :
been organized in this county. ed at the Jacksonville branch of Ar- Several weeks ago, the Journal quoted manufacture or handle EV- The hog was only 30 months old and j I, in an effort to get wppfioJuf'get ,
material was possibly the largest slaughtered! ,:,, no tnswrr to their inquiries'J
t of Tennessee man, ERY fertilizer and
mour & Co., Saturday morning and the experience a I. :
ti i Liberty County. One farmer has will be kept there for some time on exhibition who from a five-dollar investment in a having re'ugnized. value to in tile county this season.-Live Oak ;.ery indication j-oiUs to the fact Iit ,.
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given three prizes to offer the boys in for the benefit of the public. sot% raised and sold $136 in pork etc., the grower.V: i ffer many also Citizen. I old cablage in the East is exha.,
fit mules
pig club work.Jackson iI i The bull weighs 750 pounds and the in one year; and urged our farmers vegetable gptcui litrus! and field crop; fer- ( There shipping are 6taliois.ro offerings coming froa

I I heifer 900 pounds according to E. J. a greater interest in stock, for'Ith tilizers. CORRECTION. I The little .Itoti!
that
> here
County. A great deal of Faires, superintendent of the stock conditions more favorable here than I the was was being sold out of'* '
interest is being taken in the livestock I yards. They stood the trip from Chi in Tennessee, there was no reason whywe Animal Fertilisers cars at glee) to $165 per ton. ,

industry in this state, and this countyis cago in good shape. The purpose of could not do as well as this. We Chemical Fertilizers In the article headed "Growing -

no exception. The meeting of the the gift is to improve the breed of cat- knew that better could be expected, Hogs," in our last issue, in the men- MARKETING HOGS

State Live Stock Association did much tle kept by the agricultural school. but preferred: to understate conditions. Fertilizer Materials tion of the great difference of weight Beats burying them. Steve

good. They will be sent to Gainesville and Now a West Florida man C. E. Pleas, E'cod& Pone Tankage> between a purebred hog and a razor- Mt Pleasant. Iowa, writes HOOTer.
put upon the university range with the In a letter tells how from one Berk back, having been fed the same amountof "CoI1 I1
ed feeding
& Feeds herd of
"1 other cattle there. They are of the shire gilt he bought in January, 1915, Stock Poultry feed for the same length of time, B. A. Thomas'my about 100 ho :

Suwannee County. One or more far- Shorthorn breed and it is believed he has already sold 253.50 of pigs, Spraying Materials and being of the same age, the pure- months Hog Powder over hi.I I

mers in each community will act as de- that they are excellent stock for the pat up $12.50 of meat and has the sow bred hog was said to weigh 46 poundsand feed. ago. Fifty were sick and off \f-

3 demonstrators; planting short staple Florida ranges. al d several pigs left, bringing the net Our immense manufacturing the other 26 pounds. The weightof earLy herds had cholera. .

Y"I'* cotton and fighting the boll weevil according returns from, the sow $423.50, in fif- plants and centralized the purebred hog should have been did not lose "ore-they are well uJ

to instructions. Other demonstrators BIG CROP YIELDS. teen months' time. buying; systim enables us 4(.0 pounds. Which plainly shows growing fast. Iar,2.9162330AdYTeIl ,
will ground limestone on to offer finest quality possi-
use Of course the original investment of Booklet which of the breeds is the most profit- it to the Telegraph ttD
their soil and grow peanuts. ble in everythirp.! and you t
the Tennessee considerablyless
: man was able. everybody.) Advertise.
Years ago it was authentically stat- and particulars free from
than the value of Mr. Pleas' pedi- .
ed that one acre of land in Florida had
Three vats greed Berkshire and this tells another -
Leon County. dipping ; yielded three thousand dollars in one ; -
have been built in this county and two of the wealth secrets in Florida; --
i year. We do not refer to orange Armour Fertilizer Works I
more have been provided for the coun- that pure-bred stock not only can be
but to the production of vege-
... ty commissioners have given one hun- tables.groves Now that record has been sold higher, but it can actually be pro- Jacksonville, Fla. ;

dred dollars toward one of them. It equalled in a number of cases and ex duced cheaper. 1. Brooker Furniture & Hardware Co

is their ambition to have a tick-free ,ceeded in a few. I This is no theory. Mr. Pleas has
county at the earliest possible date. demonstrated it by experience. He GrowBiggest ,
The recent cold that killed a large -
I got rid of all his grade stock when ac- f I .
Florida-in
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I part of the vegetables of I .
tual convinced him "it -- .
I figures that I 1
Washington County. There is prac- fact the larger part-damaged some ;
tically no cholera in this county, says men and injured the whole state. It took more than twice the feed to keep Crops ;

the county agent. And he might have tended to make people less confidentin !the half-bloods barely alive,'than was 'I We have
required to the others in the opened at
added, there are many good herds of the gamble in agriculture, which in I keep" pink
hogs. One farmer has just bought a this state depends largely upon the ,of condition. In three months time,
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Hereford bull, a good grade animal weather. It must not be thought fora !the pure-bloods had made three times 1 Brooker with a stock of !
I the the ,
gain of scrubs, besides being
and others are showing an increased moment that the men who lost their
interest in livestock. crops by the freeze lost the productionof I easier to handle in other ways. Furniture and Hardware
,: Mr. Pleas has another object lesson i
their land for The land will
a year.
for the farmer who can learn. He fed
Leon County. More interest is be- be planted again-nearly all of it has ,;a pure-blood male calf, seven months : and invite to call and i
ing shown in live stock, and many probably been planted again, and the 'old, in the identical ration he gave an you

( herds of pure bred hogs have been established yield will be as large as if there had i eighteen month old grade heifer. Both ESPECIAILLY

within the last few months. been no freeze. But it will come later ;|received identical treatment. The calf ADAPTEDFOR inspect our goods. :
when it will not be as free from competition
interested
Farmers generally are becoming -
. weighed 400 pounds to start with, the
it would have have been if YOUR STATE
as
in 'agricultural developmentand
heifer 600 pounds. At the end of We
i a needsin
supply
their support to .h: the crops that were destroyed had been I can your
pledging
are year, the tho o;:g? t--?d weighed 1,200
The will not be so high .
gathered. price
better movement.
pounds, having made
gain of 800
a
and the profit will not be so large. Still FREE Household Furniture
pounds; but the grade had gained on-
there is no reason to believe that the ,
One in this ly 20 Opounds. The bred still
Suwannee County. man make pure is
etable of Florida will
is himself in the 'e growers growing and will probably to 2,200 Stoves
county interesting less this than the go Cooking Utensils
clear
the money year or' 2,500 by the time he is iJ ,
very important work of helping fully devel } ,
vegetable growers of the other mostfavored OUR INSTRUCTIVE
farmers market their corn. He is buy oped. I .
and far than the
ing the corn, sorting it, and selling it average states vegetable growers more of the Uni Hogs and cattle are a splendid mon CATALOGUE AND I Farming Implements and

according to grade. He will also handle I ey-making combination. Thousands of WEEKLY I
States.
velvet beans and peanuts next sea ted pounds of butter are imported every ; general hardware.
But the cold weather that was injurious PRICE LIST }
son if the farmers will grow enoughof swelled the of year from Illinois, Kansas and other
to the many profits ,
them ta justify his work. I the few whose crops escaped to,an almost northern or western states, which can SEND FOR I I II .
be furnished by our own farmers and I I
level. Prices
I unprecedented .the skim milk fed THEM
to hogs, will give a TODAY.1IAflNSELD .
Washington County. Farmers are jumped upward without any increasein
going to use lots of lime in this the cost of production or of distribution byproduct every bit as profitable.- !

ty this year. A lime rock coun-I I and this year there are a number ,I Pensacola Journal. roe l Brooker Furniture & Hardware Co.S

I : nearly ready for operation but the of acres of Florida land that will r SCRAPPED WITH If

owners will not be ready to ship any show yields in excess of three thou ADVERSE
this season. They have enough orders sand dollars. I I I, WINDS, BUT FINDS IT PAID JACKSONVILLE. FLA. : ; V ANDREA 1-
Manager
now to keep them busy until after the Farming is something of a gamble I ,

spring planting season is over. Ihe everywhere. It depends on the rains L. A. Davis Gets Fancy Prices for Berries Neglected Colds Grow Worse. F

county agent has worked for three and the sunshine and on the tempera- ., Saved From Frost. Brooker I

years to get the crusher established. I ture in addition to the industry and A cough that racks and irritates the a Florida,

It was finally financed by a banker, !, intelligence of the men engaged in it.I'I| L. who A. Davis, one of Starke's farmers throat may lead to a serious chronic i .0. S
who has great faith in the county in But in Florida it is not so much a gam- I fought the high wind on the j
cough, if neglected. The .
!day of the freeze few healing pine ,
which a weegs and
lives.Madison
he
ble as to whether a profit will be made ago ----
balsams in Dr.
Bell's
. Pine Tar
,,succeeded in getting the HoneyXature's
cover to stock
but as to whether the profit will be
i on about eight thousand own remedy-will soothe
berry plants,
County. Ola Sanders andB. large or only moderate.Southern 'i'i is beginning to reap the reward for his and relieve the irritation, breathingwill
Take land in state
B. McCall each own a silo. }Ir. any work. He picked a full crate of be easier and the antiseptic prop-

Sanders used his silage for feeding !planted of in bale upland to the cotton.acre Forty is good percent i!''ries' last Saturday and on Monday ber- erties will kill the germ which retarded One Hundred Bushels of the Celebrated ::1
a a
'''
-. cattle chiefly for the manure to be usedon Fifteen cents is 'picked two crates. The berries are healing. Have it handy for ,
tobacco land. Half his cattle were yield. per pound a netting him croup, sore throat and chronic bron-
fancy prices, the
But cent of bale to Monday i
sold recently and he will clear five hun the good.acre and forty fifteen per cents per a pound picking bringing $7 per crate. What chief affections. Get a bottle today. Sosnowski Cotton Seed 1 1I

dred dollars on them, besides havingthe he has already picked has Pleasant to take. At all Druggists, I
i probably
means a yield of only thirty dollars per i
manure. Other tobacco growers acre. A number of acres of Florida more than paid the expense of cover- 25 cents. (1)) I FOR SALE AT $2.00 PER BUSHEL
who say they fed cattle without the ing. ? I
land this will much I
year yield as as
' silo they have lost the I
on '
say
: money Scattering lots
< one hundred dollars above the average are beginning to come Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe
cattle. Mr. McCall is his
using silageto in from by the
direction
feed in cotton. A thousand dollars per acre every and in tenedays Old Standard general strengthening tonic. I
plow mules and sa'ys he ifeeding
is not very uncommon in Florida. It > more, if the frost king passes us GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC: ,drives ou: :
: for one-half less this spring by, the shipments will Malariaenriches the blood.and builds the A. D. Andrews Mercantile
amounts to the yeld of thirty-three and begin to run up up tjrsi Co. !
, than in former years when he used ear. into big figures. With '"'' A true tonic:. For*uks and..hiMtea. 50cv
a third acres in other states. I I no heavy cold I Raiford
alone with .
corn hay. the _
movement will be Florida
heavy '
If everything turned out right: in ) March II
15th. Trespass cards for sale at this
Florida only every third year the profit office.

,:. PLANT SNAP BEANS IN MARCH. would be greater than would be derived ,I' .

. <, from a good crop every year in GOOD YIELD OF SYRUP. -
almost any other state, and irrigationis I e"" ""%'''''''''''''I''I' .
I
'i ,If your garden has a light, well- :. almost a guarantee that things will E. E. Canova presented the Tele- '' %%%% %%%"
: drained fertile soil, beans should
snap graph with
I a bottle of fine made $
.. do well in it. As they require only I turn out right.-Times-Union. 'on his farm north of town.syrup From less J Comer L Peek ,

sixty days from the time of planting 'than three-quarters of an Julian L Peek
acre of
NO
SOIL LIFE WITHOUT IIUMCS."Humus cane
to bear fruit they come at a time when Mr. Canova made 11 barrels j

they can be taken care of without neg- At present market prices the of syrup. = COMER L.

lecting other crops. Besides that, they is the life of the soil. Soils was worth $264: which is at the syrup rate PEEK & SON j
are legumes and will add much nitro- with little or no humus have but a of $325; per acre.

gen to the soil. small amount of bacterial life in them. '

Plant snap beans in rows or hills, Bacterial life in the soil is necessary J

says W. L Floyd of the University! of before it can be called a fertile soil. Stop That Cough.A Real 1'

Florida college of agriculture. Cultivate I I Fertile soils are only soils that pro- hacking cough weakens the whole Estate

them frequently but shallow and duce profitable crops." That is the system; drains your energy and gets =

do not cultivate them when the leaves way J. M. Scott, animal industrialistto worse if neglected; your throat is raw,

1 are wet If the plants turn yellow ap- the University of Florida experiment your chest aches and you feel sore all

ply a small amount of nitrate,of soda. station sums things up. He adds, : over. Relieve that cold at once with = r
Some of the favorite varieties are Ref "Nearly all soils in Florida would be Dr. King's New Discovery. The Unimproved farm lands

., ugee. I I improved by the addition of humus. soothing pine balsams heal the irritated throughout Bradford County J.,

Valentine. 'l ij Humus can be added to the soil by membranes, and the antiseptic and =I and in 6

adding vegetable matter that will de- laxative qualities kill the germs and northern part of Alachua County.

CAR SHORTAGE TO BE RELIEVED cay in a reasonably short time. Insteadof break up your cold. Don't let a cold

burning off grass and weeds, plow linger. Get. Dr. King's New Discovery

them under. In this way, says Mr. today at your druggist, 50c. ((1)) }
Scott, will convert them into hu-
Railroads Declare a Practical EmbargoOn you

European Freight. of mus grass, instead and of weeds smoke.is When burned a,crop the FREE OF CHARGE. Stock Ranches, Improved Farms, Resident Lots in a

greater of the Why suffer with indigestion dyspepsia I
part fertilizing element Starke

WASHINGTON, Feb. 19.-Representatives goes up in the smoke. stomach, torpid, liver, constipation sour = Turpentine and Timber Lands and
comingupoffoodaftereat ,
of thirty of the chief rail- The man who carefully returns to
roads of the country have taken sum his farm all of the organic matter bottle ing etc.of, when you can get a sample Waterfront Lots on Shore of

mary action to relieve the shortage ofF available, such as stable manure, vel- Green's August Flower free Kingsley.

freight cars and the traffic congestion vet beans, vines grass-and weeds that 'icine at C. P.has Cason's drug store. This med / -

,: now approaching accumulate upon the land each remarkable curative properties -
an acute stage on account year
of the curtailment of transAtlantic is improving his soil. The man who I and has demonstrated its efficien-

sailing because of Germany'ssubmarine burns of all this matter each year re- I'cy by fifty years of success. Headache Thirty-six Years Real Estate Business

campaign, when at a meet- duces the fertility of the soil This are often caused by a disordered r Here Fits Ls to Give
You
stomach.
ing, attended by Interstate Commerce means lower crop yields, which is an- FULL VALUE For Your Money.
Commission officials, they adopted a other way of increasing the cost of August Flower is put up in 25 and :
75 cent bottles. For
sale
regulation amounting to almost an production. in by all deal-
ers civilized countries.
r embargo on all exports hipments
:, through eastern ports until a part of piles Cored I*e to 14 Days I : COMER L.
Make
>
."'; the vast accumulation awaiting shipment Your draoM win Tvfud money if PAZO your letterheads advertise PEEK & SON 4
,a is cleared away. DU ODrTMSNT to cure asycue of Itching your business. Give them individuality -

t The d.alecdingorrrottndingFrlesla6tol4dars.amt ppbc uon make them distinctive, noticeablenot r
Eastern roads promised to move the gn* ue tad Rest SOl STARKE
empty cars eastward fast commonplace. Use good stock :.: FLORIDA
sible. as as pos- Tell it tithe Telegraph you tell and have them printed by the Tele- r.r'

everybody. Advertise graph.

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FRIDAY. MARCH 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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= --------.. ---, I Ic I .. to and through the branch
-- -- ay channel of the and above stated subject all the
laveSder j place to naval
trr"No
i. heart, for her eyes were alight my ribbon for your ]i Santa Fe Canal : the SWU of SWU. E4of I I stores and turpentine privileges on certain ft

new and wonderful radiance. Prudence. It will match the I didn't I saw this one in a I SEU of SWU. SU of SEU. and Lot 1 ofSection parts[ of the land described in said Schedules L'

{ PRUDENCE "He lives in Des Moines. He so nicely. Oh, you do look sweet window this morning, and couldn't resist 30: also Lots 1 and 2 of the N'-j of "A" and "B" to MusselwhiteBrownCompany I
Lot 3 of Section '
30, described as follows: Commencing by the Receiver appointed in this
'ii Just walking Into town, and I pity Jerrold Harrder I can It. Was the ride very hard on at the Northeast corner of said Lot couse under authority of dvree of above court

'if short cut through the grove." n you that. Now I must hurry and your ankle?" 2. thence South along the East line of said lot dated November 15th. 1916. ; .
1260 : thence 136.5 feet thence the lanes, described in said Schedules .
fee Wet sid
DSONAQu "Walking! From Des Moines?" my own dressing." Mr. Starr was puzzled. Evidently it North the shore Lake Alto 1150 feet ; "' Al and "B" wi'l: be sold at the time and .

. But with her foot on the bottom thence East along the shore of said Lake Altoto place above stated subject to the lien and operation
.
i Prudence flushed uncomfortably. was not lack of funds which broughtthis the place of beginning 136.5 fHt containing of two certain mortgages from Melrose .

. ., didn't think of that," she said. she paused. Her sister was call man on foot from Des Moines to about four acres of land : fractional Manufacturing Company, I corporation to

I -do after her. "Send father down here, Mount Mark part of Section 30. being the NWU of SEU Barnes & Jessup Company row Sutht'rn'Na.
not
see whyhe should not half-way across the
thereof decrib as follows: Commencingat val Stores Compiny) of record
: if he likes. He's strong and Fairy. state I He did not look like a man a pint on Alto 60 feet East of the Book 30 page C"3 e seq., Alachua County Mtgaie,

and fond of exercise. I Father ran down quickly, and Pru fleeing from What then of said Section thence running Florida and of r in Mortgage Book 32.
Justice. was 'or
,
guess
South parallel to said center line about
700 314. Alachua which
page upon
_plenty able to walk If he wants catching hold of his hands, the explanation feet to a stake; thence East 12 degrees South said mortgages Counb.! rorida. due of
blance
I'm sure he's no tramp, father, if wretchedly, "Oh, father, he "You must have found it rather a 625 feet to a stake abut 580"feet North of (3534.02( with interest rm January .
the South line of thence South .
he is 19th. 1917.
is what you are thinking." good-looking. I-I did notice" long walk," he began tentatively his to the South line of said "forty." thence West The above advertised sale will b made l>y theundersigned '

"I am not thinking anything of I didn't really mean to lie to you. eyes on the young man's face. 660 feet to the center line of said Section ; Spill Master for l'Uf nf satisfying '

kind, Prudence" he said with "There, now, Prudence," he said, I "Yes, I think my feet are a little shore thence of North Lake Aito along thence said center along the line shore to the of above mentioned.the Ieer of frt herein-

"But I do think It rather strange her tenderly, "you mustn't get blistered. I have walked farther than said lake to the place of beginning contain- S. :I MAThEWS

again. Pm afraid you are too ing about ten acres; the NW of NWU except Special Master.
a young man should set out to that many times, but I am out of practice A
a strip of ten acres off the West side BAKER & BAKES.
to have callers. You must lie
from Des Moines to Mount Mark. now. Sometimes, however, walking NEU of SW'.. E'i of SEU and SW of SEU Solicitors for Complainant2.5t.. \

why should he be at it so early In quietly until he comes. That was is a painful necessity." of Section 31 ; the NWU of NE less one

morning? Doesn't he require sleep lie, child. You are so upset you do "How long did it take you coming acre. deeded N4 of to NWU.the Bar of of NWU.Public and Instruction five- Notice is SHERIFFS SALE, J. Epper .

the rest of us do?" know what you are saying today. from Des Moines to Mount Mark" In- acres in the Northwest corner of SEU of SWUof son, of Bradford County, State of Florida -

quiet now Prudence it's nearly Section 32 : ALL IN TOWNSHIP 8. SOUTHOF slt'rif and virtue of that certain writ
by
"How should I know? I if quired Carol in a subdued and respect- ,
RANGE 22 EAST.
guess of execution Usuid of and under the seal
for him out
/ H likes to be out in the morning to come. ful voice, and curious, withal The N" of SW!. of Section 4 : the E'- of the Circuit Court of HiJ'tborough County,
"You are a dear good father," she of NWU of Section 9 ; all of Section 15 : commencing
is fresh and sweet It is all right. "From Des Moines, he gasped. against Nancy } Lit tie and Ln
kissing his hands passionately at Northeast corner of SEU. thence her husband in favor of j.Florda j.
like the morning myself. He had "Good heavens I I did not walk from Wet to Northeast corner of XWU of SE'thence : 11 Litte., dated the 22nd day of January.A. ,

much right out early as I had. it was a lie. I did know what I Des Moines Did you-" He turnedto South to right of way of Georgia D. 1917. will offer for sale: and wi sell to

saying. I did it on purpose." Southern and Florida Railroad ; thence East. the highest and l lest bidder for ah. at the
Prudence "Did .
clothes were nice, and he is a questIoningly. you along said right of way to the Section line court house door in the Town of Starke Brad .
graduate and his shoes were And Mr. Starr's heart was heavy, for think I walked clear from Des dividing Sections 27 and 28, thence North along ford County, Florida on )Jndny. March 5th. .
knew that his fears realized. aid Section line to the Northeast corner ofSEI. I
were MoInes 1917. the same a I falt' day of said t
but not soiled or worn. Anyhow, the place of beginning in Section 28: court during b.ng hours of gale, the following -

(Copyright by the Bobbs-MerrUl Com- is coming at four o'clock. If you "Yes." And added hastily, "But I the EI; of SE' and the SW'i, of SEU of described real' rutith' situated binl

Nlnv.) to ask if CHAPTER X. did not care If did. It did not Section 31 : Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 and 5 of Section and lying in Bradford County, Florida to'it .
he is you
a do
tramp can
you and Wt i
32 : of SWU of Section 34 : ALL IN No. 1. Commencing at NW corner of Mad :
"
SYNOPSIS. And I'rudence burst into tears. make any difference how you came. TOWNSHIP'S. SOUTH OF RANGE 23 EAST.Lts and Myrtle streets in, Starke and run

Dramatic silence in the cheerful Roused From Her Slumber.At For a moment he was puzzled. Then I and 6 in Section 1 ; the S'.'. of ion on Madison street ilO test, thence North .

twenty minutes to four the par he burst S\\i NtV' Nl: of NWU! of SWUr Lot 334 feet thence E. st 211 fefrt to Myrtle ctrett,
CHAPTER I-Prudence Starr eldest of ting room Then Fairy began clustered in out laughing. "I am afraidwe \\ffa four acres on East side, and four acres thence South alonj stmt 334 feet to the

five motherless girls. comes to the M thodiat about to bathe the face and throat family excitedly had too much to talk about this on West side of Lt 14. of Scion 4 : the I point of beginning in Cnskjng Addition to the I

parsonage at Mount Mark as housemother : sitting room, which the sunshine morning. I thought I had explainedmy NWU of NW' of SEI,. SEU of Town of Starke. in Sec..i'4. Tp. 6 S. R 12 '
for her father the Methodist min "poor little Prudence, and her cheerily. They were waiting SEll of Section 5; Lots 1. 2 and 5. Nl j of East, containing two acres, more or less.
uter. said sympathetically: situation but evidently I did not. Lt 7. Eas.1- t\'othird of Lot 10, of Section 2. Commencing at SW rner of Madison;
the hero of Prudence's romance. I drove from Des Moines in the car : also part Section 6 within the Arre- and Myrtle streets in StaKe and run South
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CHAPTER II-The girls entertain a visiting "You're all nervous and wrought "Oh, Larkle, will you run upstairs and-" dondo Grant and East of the Seaboard Air on Myrtle stdeet 105 fit. thence West 105

minister at luncheon to his discomfiture. with the pain and excitement. lace handkerchief? Line Railway except 60 acres sold to Joiner; feet, thence South 105 feet thence West 105 .
bring my "The automobile Carol also Lou 1. 10 and 11 ot Miller and Stew.arts feet thence north 210 feet to Madison Street :
Carol one of the twins. rides the dence. I'm glad he is gasped ,
finally cow with disastrous results. coming so you' keep these pearls on, Sub-Division of said Section 6; Lot 1 and thence East on M.idison street 210 feet, to the :
can thank him for his kindness. or would you take them off?" with a triumphant look at Lark. sub-divisions- 1. 3 and 4 of Lot 4. and commencing point! of beginning, in Ga4.11 Adltion to

was mighty lucky he happened "Yes, Just so. I stopped at several 263 chains North of the Suthwet the[ Town of Starke. in Section S.
CHAPTER III-Prudence and Fairy receive "I would keep them on, Prue. You North 13 1-3 chains, Wet 30 chain. Range 22 East, cntaining S." acre more or 1
the Ladles Aid society while Lark wasn't it? A Harvard graduate! look places on business as I came through. South 13 1-3 chains to place of beginning of I

Carol and Connie pracUce modeling in they are pretty strong on athletics so sweet but your face is very I[ drove from Burlington this morning, aid Section 7 ; the S'- of NWU! of NEU.NEli less.No.. 3. SWU of SEU, of Soc. 35, Tp. 6 S.
mud on the dining room table. I am afraid are feverish. of SE of:
you NWU. % SWU except 23 acres 22 40 more or less. I
IV.-The twins Ccrstance Harvard. You'd better straighten but I got off the road. The car broke West side. EI of SE i. and SWU! of R. E. tontaini:1 pc"
.Chapter prepare we had better not let him see on SEU\ No. Eh of NEU end K> of of
for initiation into their private secret society room a little and have things down on me, and I couldn't fix It- except five acres:in Southeast corner of Sec NWU of Sec. 36. Tp. 'I. R: NEl.
with results unexpected to themselves. today father. tion 8; Lots 3, 4. 5 and 6 or the NWU. and ; .
nice when he broke an axle. So I had to walk in. taming 100 acres, more or .
gets here, said "Fairy!I" exclaimed: Prudence. "Lis- Lt 9, 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 and 16. and the No. 5. S<; of NEU of SCU of Sec. 10. Tp.
CHAPTER V-When Fairy entertains with That Is what I was seeing about to- of Section 9 Lots 2, and and
Starr great diplomacy. And ; 3. 4 5. 7 S. R. 22 20 acres, more or
listen Look and
Eugene Babler in the evening the twins girls Fairy see NWU of NEW NE% of NWU. and of E. e.ntainili
rewarded day, sending a man out for the car Wl Ices.
convince Prudence that etiquette has small was and startled, by
that is he Yes it is, I know-I NWU of Section 10; Lots 1. 9. 10 of .No 6. SWU (>f NEU an.1 SWU of SEll
In the Starr
place family. ing that Prudence brightened tell by his walk." Warm rich and arranging about the repairs. He West Mel rote. and Lot 'of Simm's survey, in of NWU of Sec. 11. Tp. 7 J5. R. 22 East, containing -

CHAPTER VI-Connie practices economy fully at his words. smiled again. "What in the world did Section 13 ; the E,... of Lt 3. and Lots 4 and 50 acres "or !'' \
dyed her face and throat and 5 of Section 14 the W of NE' NE!, of .
; j No. "f NEUf Sec. 13. Tp. ,
by borrowing $5 from one of the you think I would walk from Des 7. NEU
I trustees to buy a new cloak and unconsciously "Yes, do, she urged eagerly. clasped her hands over her heart, NWU less tract of four acres sold to ThomasP. S. 22 containing 40 acres, more or ) :
R E.
Moines for? he asked Prudence Boulware W i of of SW' ,
teaches the church pillars alesson. some of the roses from the more NWU. NEU lets.
if Connie beside her could
Inquisitive than and NW!. of SE j. SWU of SEU. and E'a No. 8. NEU of SE1 of See. 17. Tp. 7 S.
bush, and put them on the table its tumult. grammatical."I of NEU of SEU except 1'j acres sold by R. 22 East, containing 4i" bcres, more or f

; CHAPTER Vll-Prudence captures a And when you go upstairs, Fairy, "I'll go to the door," said Father did not think anything about it Suggs to Rhodes of Section 15 ; the NEU ofNE'4 loss. I
reward. until of Section 16 : the NEU of NE all of W. 3, EPPERSON. i I .
burglar e.nd'I'lns' $500 better bring down that little they asked and-I did not know '
.; and Prudence looked at him NWU of NE except of SE of NWU Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida.
; -- spread in the bottom drawer of about the car. You did not mentionIt. of NEL.. the NEI. of NWU. S'j of NWU. ._
CHAPTER VIII Prudence taxes an the SWU. N', SEU. and SW of SE', -r- t.
early morning bicycle jaunt and rides Into dresser. It'll look very nice on "I I he Is all father.
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am sure right of Section ; Lot 4 of Section 18 ; the NWUof
.: a mule.The a sprained of romance ankle and is JerroldJumer. a ro- bed. Work hard, girls and get \ [ you will be nice to him, won't you?" "No. I remember now. We were NWU 1 Section 24 ; the N!j of NWU NOTICE OF ELECTION' k
knight
mance. of other and W>o of NWU of NEU of Section 36 : ALL Starke Fla., Feb. 5. 1917.
thing looking fine. He'll be here talking things all the time.
_____ Without Mr. Start left
answering, IN 9. SOUTH OF RANGE 22 By the power vested in thins by the school ;
I' CHAPTER IX. four he said. You twins may room. He could not trust his voice. lIe turned frankly to Mr. Starr. "Per- EST.TOWNSHP law of Florida the Board of Public Instruction .

your white dresses, and Connie haps you have heard of the Harmer NW! of NWU of Section 3; the NWU of Bradford county hereby order an election
"Listen girls, I want to hear, whis of Section .: the NWU of NWU. and NEt.of held in Rising Special Tax District No.
put'on her blue and her Automobile of Des Moines.
: Father Starr Reads the Signs. wear Prudence. And she smiled as company SWU of Section 6 ; Lt 3 or NEU of NW 16 on the 3r day of March, A. D. 1917. for
bows. Fairy do you think it My father was Harvey Harmer. Two !U. and Lots 10, 15 of Section '; Lot the three trustees for two years
: And In the meanwhile, at the parsonage all right for to wear heard her father's cordial voice. years ago, when I was running aroundin 4 and part of Lot 5 of Section 9; Lot 2 and and to determine the amour.l of millage to basese. ..

Fairy was patiently getting you your "You are Mr. Harmer, aren't you? part of Lot 3 of Section 10; the N 4 of NE%. J. M. Brownlce. J. L. Undl'rhi.

:: breakfast "Prudence went out for dress? Of course, the silk is [ am Prudence's father. Come right Europe, he died. It was his desire SE% of NE!%. SWU of NW%. and NWU of Lwis. appointed B, IanaKers.E .

grand for home, but you do look that I should personally take chargeof SWU of Section 16; the EY of NEU. the R I'OPPELL
: an early bicycle ride so the members The whole family is assembled to NWU. S the business. So I hurried home 2.9-1
; wouldn't catch her" she explained to beautiful in it. Father, will you you honor. The girls have already the SEU of SE of Section 18 ; Lot 2 of
on your black suit or are you too and have had charge of the company Section 21 ; Lot 6 of Section 25 ; Lot 3 of NO. 32.
the family. "And she Isn't back yet. And don't to the you a prince In disguise. Come since then. We are establishing sales Section 27; the SWU of NWU. W& of SW ... ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE
forget wear pearl
She'll probably stay out until after- this way. Prudence Is resting and SE of SW% of Section 28; the WVi of AN ORDNANCE ALL HORSES ASSES. i
buttons Aunt Grace sent you." agencies here, and in Burlington and Section 29 ; Lots 2 and of Section 32 ; Lots SHEEP AND ;

noon, and then ride right by the gro- He went upstairs to obey with nicely. several other towns. I came out fora 4 and 6 of Section 33; the E'A of NELl or Lot MULES.RUNNIN.3 COWS. GO.\T. ON STREETSOR
cery store where the Ladies have their When the two men stepped into the 1. and NWU of NEU of Section 34 ; ALL SWINE .LARrE THE TOWN ,
spair in his heart. But to the little trip, and took advantage of the IN 9. SOUTH OF RANGE 23 OTHER PUBLIC :
Saturday sale. That's Prudence all room, Prudence, for once quite TOWNSHP. OF STARKE. BRADFORD COUNT. FLOR- I
to discuss the business
there was nothing in this opportunity OF
Oh I did strange '. her father. She lifted her 1D\ AND PROVIDING }"
father forget Earle
over. your Commencing at a stake on Avenue OF KEEPING
actness on the of Prudence. with our new men. That's what SUCH ANIMALS..EXI'lNSfS
part running E70 feet North to stake thence
I afraid too Jerrold Harmer's face a SALES
eggs again am they are to an4 HOW PROCEEDS SUCH
rold Harmer was the hero of the brought.inet MO\lntuk.:; : !:. West 40 chains more or. less to the Section SAME AND PRESCRIBING
: hard. Here twins you carry In the '. breathless. Nor was he long line between Sections 33 and 32 ; thence South BE APPLED. POUND OR
mance and they must unite to do lace."I A PENALTY
oatmeal and we will eat. No use to (Continued Next Week.) to: Earle Avenue and thence along Earle FOR RELEASING BRE.\rING ANIMALS.BE .
honor. He was probably a Avenue to the place of beginning: said tract Council of
UK Town
wait for Prudence, It would be like IT ORDAINED By
of land lying in Section 33. IN TOWNSHIP
disguise. Jerrold Harmer was a the Town of Staike Bradford County, State
waiting for the next comet. PUBLIC NOTICE. 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST containing

Indeed, It was nearly noon when a fectly thrilling name. It was Notice is hereby given that S. H. 13 acres more or less ; also the NWI. of of Section Florida I.: H stall b the duty of the Marshal .
SWU of Section 33, in TOWNSHIP 8,
shame that America allows no take and impoundal
Moore has withdrawn from the firm or any policeman up
one-horse droveInto
small spring wagon OF RANGE r2 EAST.
: mules, com, goats, sheep and
Lord Jerrold did sound so noble horses asses,
i the parsonage yard: Mr. Starr of A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company Beginning on the West side of the SeaboardAir found running at la-ge on the streets
Lady! Prudence was effective, Line Railway, 60 feet from the center of and impound
very of town to -
; was in his study with a book, but he incorporated, having been paid the track on the South line of Section 6 in or other public places sid impounded until
lie and Prudence married and keep them safely,
;: heard a piercing shriek from Connie were for[ his shares of stock in merchandisefrom Township 9 South of Range 22 Et. on Ar- all charges and expenses shall have been
had a family of four children redondo Grant line thence along 101.
and a shrill "I'rudence I" from one of the store of the company. The ; Wet or until disposed of as hereinafter plovided. -
: said Section line 2,721 feet; thence North
for the various Starrs before
one business will be continued the other .
the twins. lie was downstairs In three by 1.300 feet; thence South 83 degrees East Section 2. It shall be thp duly of the Mar

i leaps, and rushing wildly out to the had passed. shareholders, and the said S. H. 2,229 feet to the right of way of said Rail shal upon putting any of paid animals in the
"m begin book right road ; thence along said right of way 1,516 forthwith the owner or own-
my Moore "will in business in his to
little And there engage pund. notf
was Feet
rickety wagon. to beginning, containing 80 acr. more if y/riting of such impounding -
Prudence! Lark was saying. She and Carol own account.A. or less ; excepting 20 at sold to K. F. Ben giving knwn.a full description thereof, and

in the dining room madly D. Andrews Mercantile Co. dorf by deed recorded Dd Book "X" page that the game if not redeemed within twenty
"Don't be father. Tve. I'c.
frightened, 183 of the public records Alachua
county
of all costs charges p
their Sunday shoes, what time Raiford Fla. four hours, by the payment
2-23-2t : Florida and excepting 40 Told to Thomas
acres the
.Just sprained my ankle, and it doesn't and expense, will be sold pursuance to
1 were not performing the marriage i McLaughlin by deed recorded in Deed Book provisions of this ordinane If the owner or
hurt But the bicycle is
hardly
any. "X" at page 486 of said have
hall not
; broken, and we'll have to pay for it. emony of their sister and the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Also a certain piece ror.containing 85 owners redeemed are the not same known within and the they time limited by

"Yes, do! But for goodness acres more or less lying North of the last the Marshal forthwith advertise
You in the + LEGAL NOTICES this ordinance
can use own money Ihal
my I described in said Section 6 and S
don't run her into a mule I tract decrib the same for suit posting within
bank. l'oor Mr. Davis had to walk all me even Prudence could have done + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + e in a frm Laurence Wilka"R"at -. the town at least three written or printe not
recorded in Deed Book
Mit'r. page time and place of one
the to town because there wasn'tany of the
way MASTER'S 'utE.
NOTICE OF
ter than that. the public records of said Alachua Coun- pound, at the Town and one ;
one
for him in the with Notice is hereby given that under and by Hal
room wagon
lees than
Court Ilouta, for
"I'll have his automobile break ty.Also at the County
virtue of a decree made and rendered on the 8 and 9 of Section 6 in of j.cription j.
the day
me lying down like this. Will you Lt Township five consecutive days previous to t
in the middle of the road, and 27th day of January. A. D. 1917. in the Circuit 9, Range 22 East. sale. If not he hall said ani

S carry me in?" dence can run into it. The Court of Alachua County. Florida. in ALo Lot of Section 1 in Township 9 rlaime. au sl after the .
Chancery. by the Honorable J. T. Wills Judgeof South of Range 21 maioI publr in
Connie's single bed was hastily Est giving of the notice aCI.slid at the pound
deposited came off, and of course the sa'd Court in a suit therein pending wherein Also 101. acres 4 in Township 9 said town between the hours of eleven o'clock I

brought downstairs and Prudence wouldn't run an inch without Melrose Manufacturing Company a corporation South of Range 22 East, conveyed by Benjamin a. m. and two o'clock p. ro.
upon it. "There's no use to is complainant and Jesse L. Wallace B. Ewinl and wife to Rt. Reverend JohnF. Section 3. "All moneys received by the Mar
"Yes, that's good, said Carol and Charles C. Clayton individually and as of deed dated !
she assured them."I Bishop Florida by shal either from the sale of such animals, or
put me upstairs provingly. "It must be a partners doing business as Melrose Turpen. June 29, 1879. and recorded in D Book -L" from the owner when the have been ;
won't stay there. I want to be down tine & Land Company et al.. are defendants I at page 938 of the public aid Ala redeemed by the owner, & animal to the
der eight horse power-er- I will offer for sale and sell at public auction -
chua County. and the Marshal shall take his
here Treasurer
where I can boss the girls. Town
best bidder bid-
and to the highest and or
or something real big 9ostly. Schedule 4 B" receipt for the same. The Town Treasurerafter .
The doctor came in, and bandagedthe ders for cash in front of the court house doorin I an-l incident .
"TwIns You won't be paying all the cost expenses
the City of Gainesville Alachua County The Wn of Section 14 ; N%, EU of SW ..
and sale of such anl-
swollen purple ankle. Then ther. warned Prudence, and this dire Florida on Monday the 5th day of March A. and SE'of Section 16; W',2 of NWU of to the impounding balance in trust for the j'

bad dinner-they tried to rememberto bility sent them flying upstairs D. 1917. the same being a Rule Day of said Scion 23 ; and the SWU of SW% (contain I mals owner shall of the hold animal the or &'imal. and if the .
Court. during the legal hours of gale all that acres) of Section 31 ; IN TOWNSHIP within
call It luncheon but never succeeded balance held in trust is
panic. Und premises and property situate lying and 8. SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST. s not it shall b
da'e *
I After the whole Bradford 1'art of Lot 2 and 3 of : 4 as described one year from the <
that parsonage While the girls, bubbling over being in the Counties of Alachua. Stot paid into the general fund o' the said Town.
family about the little single Clay and Putnam. State of Florida herein in deed recorded "X" of for impoundingshall 1
grouped excitement, were dressing for the "My Little Comrade cf the Road." after particularly described and set forth in Deeds at Page 244 ; the N>4 of SWU of SEU! Section 4.follows The feel chare

bed In the cheery sitting room. event, Mr. Starr went Schedules A. and B.. namely: of Section 5 except a strip of six.acres on For be each a seizure :of hone, ass, mule or cow

"Whose coat is this Prudence?" sit with Prudence. Carol called to finding her among the bevy of girls. Schedule "A" Wet side; Ten acres in Section 6. describedas 50 cents. ,
The SW of SEll of Section 24 ; the NW beginning at Wheler's Northeast corner.
.asked Connie. on his way down and he paused walked at once to the bed aad of NE%. N>i of NW .. and SEU of NWU : being the Southeast corner of Lot of said. cents.For each seizure of any other animal 2

"And where In the world did you the staircase, looking up at her. her hand. NU of SW'-,. SE!. of SE .. threequartersof Section, running thence West 440 yard.thence For each day's retention and feed of each
NW of SEU! and three-quarters of SWV4 North 110 thence East 4 and
get these towels and silk shirts?" add- "Lark and I are going to use "My little comrade of the road" he of SEU of Section 25: the NWU of SWU thence Suth yard.10 yard to the place of begin horse For ass each, mule day's nr retention cow, 60 eenu.and feed* of
any
ed Fairy. of Fairy's powder father," she gayly, but with tenderness. "I'm of Section 27 ; the NWU of NW ., NWU ofSWI ning: !% of Section 8 ; Lot other animal 25 .
12 containing 40 Lots Ir. and 13 of West rent
Sk-! of SE .. NEU of NE and NE'. acres
Prudence blushed most exquisitely. "We feel that we simply must you are net feeling well enough of SEU of Section 34 : ALL IN TOWNSHIP Melrose as shown on plat recorded June 22. For pieparing 25 adv"rttment_ and posting ,

They are Mr. Harmer's," she said, occasion like this. And for callers today.\ 8, SOUTH OF RANGE 21 EAST. 1S83. in Deed Book "Q" at page 930 cf the notict.The Marshal cents. be allowed by the Town ;
it before him Prudence The NWU of NW'l. S& of NW.. N'/ of public records of Alachua County. And beginning the above Ihal each Animal driven into
and at her father. don't mention "Oh I protested
glanced nervously sake yes, am, SWU. W'of. SW of SW .. and E'-i!' of I at Northwest corner of Lot 1 of West said pound fe in addition to all other fees and

"Whose chorused the family."If doesn't happen very often, you strange shyness. SEU of SWU of Section 5 ; the W',fI of SW Addition to Melrose. thence run South 11.89. salary paid such MarshaL Said sums to be

you will sit down and keep still. but today we simply must. Now, He turned to the other girls and and!. of SE NE. !!.of. SE'I SE. of of NWI.Section W14 6: the of SEI Ne!.. chains thence 11.54 West chains 15.07 thence chains North thence 6.13 chains Northwesterly paid other by the Town Courli In th same manneras

,I will tell you all about it. But you you say anything about falling in them easily. lie was entirely of NE'4. SW 1 of NE'4. W'4 of SElf of thence'East 27.26 chains to place of beginning Section bil. are The paid Marshal shall a

must not interrupt we. What time Is flour barrel or turning pale all .>ssessed. "Miss Starr told me so NE. N of SE!.. N of SW of SE1. containing b estimat.on 23 acres of land al record in a book furbished by the keep Town,
Lots 6 t b
and SEU of SEU of Section 7 : the WI in Section and 8 of Section
It. Fairy sudden, whatever else you do. about you that I know you all to of NWU of NWU. W'a of SEI, of NWU, and the EI-., of NWU of Section 23 : IN of ordinance all animals hnpur.Je of by the him under thin

"Two o'clock." be so mortified, father." with." He smiled at Fairy as and SEU of SWU of Section 8 ; the NW TOWNSHIP 9, SOUTH OF RANGE 22 EAST. the disposal made of the imKundinl.stating
of The SU of SEU of NWU of NE%. the
the NE'.4N14
of Section 14 SWU
"Oh I have of Mr. Starr was concerned added "In fact she predicted that of SEU! : sold, to whom and the amount sold for the
two. Then plenty of NE of NWU. s'a; of 'WU.. Wljof W of SEU of SWU of NEof Section '; date of sale, the owner if known, and a de-
time," and in her own frank way, she weightier matters and went on am to fall In love with you. And so. SWI and SEU of SEU of Section 17 : three acres in Southeast corner of SWU of of the animal or animala. Said book

told the story. to Prudence with never so much likely, I should If I hadn't net the NE i.NEU and of Sl NE of I.NEU the of S\b\Section ol NWU 18 : the of of NWU NWU of of Section NW ..8 :the the NEU South of seven-tenths NW'J. and to be kept a part of the ublie records of the

: "Then Mr. Davis came along with reproving shake of the head. for sister first" SU of Lot 4 "and the S'i. of Lot. 5 of Section the North thrfourh of SEU of NWU of Town said town and anl subject the public to the at inspection all times.of the

his cart" she concluded. "and Jerry- worldly-minded young twins. They nil laughed at that, and then the NWU 19 : the of NWU NWU of of Section PEU of 21 Section: the NEU 20 ; Section 10 five; acres) of Section SEU of 18 Lot; the 12 NWU(containing Counci. At., person without authority

er-Harmer. you know helped put me "Father," began Prudence her walked back and stood by Prudence of NEU. SWU of NE'1,( r' of SEt, ofNE1. of Lot 12 (containing ten aer' and Lots 12 from impounded the Town snjmnl Marshal in said, who Town shall or release any person any-

In.andthecurtwassosmalltheybothhad on'the lace coverlet "do you more. "Was It a bad spraii? .. and Lot 1, 2 and 3 ( ..ton 22; theNWl. and 13 according t Dudley's survey, of Sec- who shall break open fences, gates, fastenings l
"ie of tion 19; the W',; SWU (except five acres)
NWU
of Section ?
would be all right for me to wear ? You of NWU .. or enclosure of town pound, or
to walk." it pain you very badly .. and Lots 12 and I: or of SW. of Section 20 ; and the NWU of Lot 18 (containing shall aid or assist In attempt th such ;
or
"Where Is he now?" "Is he young?" silk dressing gown of tired. I am afraid it was an Im of Section 26 : the NWU of NA'U" or Lot 2. 10 acres) of Section 30: IN TOWNSHIP shall, upon cnvition. fined in a breainl.
b
SOUTH OF RANGE 23 EAST.
"Is he handsome?" "Did he look rich?" need, something over my ;osiUon for me to come this after fractional part part of of SEU SWU of nf v and 18 acresdeedtd fractional Lots 9.2 and 3, the North three-fourth of exceeding Hundn- Dollars or be imprisoned ,

and old flannel kimono is so 1"1'. I Lot ,4 and E of 10, not exceeding sixty days or by both
my .
"Don't be silly, girls. He went to to Charles C. s-ction 28: Lt Lt except I such fine and imprisunmrr.t in the discretionof
know mother said I was to in the East three-fourths cf v NEU and acre deeded to J Lot 25 acres in the :
the hotel I Anyhow he left You "Oh. don't worry about that put the Mayor of said Town
suppose. Lots 10 and 11 of Sect also all the North part of Lot 22. and Lots 23 and 24.
Do ( Section 7. All ordinances of ordinances -
He it, and-rm twenty now. you anxiously. "She wanted you i of Section 6 IN TOWNSHIP 10, SOUTH OF or parts
us as soon as we reached town. Southeast portion of Lot 29 lying I in conflict with tht provisions of this ,:
said he was in a hurry and had some- It would be all right But if come. She's been getting us ready South of the branch : as' Lot 8 of I RANGE 23 EAST and containing 315 acres ordinance are hereby repr
want me to wear It-" since the doctor left. 1 Section 29 Bold by Silas V. Nathaniel more or ItB. Section It. This ordinance shall become effective "
not
you ever And also all lands interests in lands and
thing to look after. His coat was underneath Jones: also all of Lot 9 -n 29 (exCEpt -: sixty day after its and .
me in the wagon and het'Ouldn't "I do want you to was the it was kind of silly for me to 12 acres on east fr1 Patrick leases on lands, owned and controlled by the : passage approval ; 1
time Kelly to B. J. Earle and t' -"e-eighths complainant on the 2nd day of March A. D.
reply. "Yes it is quite you blue Just for one caller. E. S. MATTHEWS
\ hurtIng my
take it out for fear of ir-d three- 1911 situate in Bradford Clay and
acres Bold H. D. Alaehua
my ankle, so the poor soul is probably wearing it. I'll get it out of the The twins glared at her, realizing fiJht acres t sold to Ld'ba -"t't. and. Putnam counties, the State of Forid Attest: President of Town Council. "\

myself and send Fairy down to she was discrediting the parson 1812 acres sold to S. ran' "" by whether herein specifically described C. A.
around this town in his
wandering Shooter described as fo"- imeneing All the said lands dtcrbed in said ScheduleA FTC.
toward
turned
shirt sleeves." you. Then as he but Jerrold Banner laughed, aid at a point 1740 feet Nor' southwest will he sold at the time and place afore To the Mayor: T
door he asked carelessly, "Is he Joined him. of said Lot 9 to subject to all claims, rights and Interests '
Already the of the girls, this corner ; hnt land rid I hereby eert-fy that the foregoing ordinance j '
eyes heretofore surrendered .
or of
Prudence2"And owned by B. J. Earl ek Ke17. tninate duly passed l-y Council Ion
she admitted TO.1
good-looking. "It is quite true 8 tl
Jerry-er-Harmer, had taken unto otherwise to the meander In. of Lt 9. L. A. Davis and Brothers the Gth day of February D. 1917.
Prudence with a crimson mule and I lease and contract dated August 25th 1910 .
himself all the interest of the affair. frankly. "The disgracedthe thence southerly along the m-finder of C. A FUTCH.
answered quickly "Oh, I really this nornlng and 1 aid lot about 1000 feet: thenr West about between Melrose Manufacturing Company and (Copy Town Clerk.
.
"He'll have to for his coat, parsonage said L. A. Davis & Brothers whereby certain
come 680 feet to the West line of pal lot: thence this 6th of Feb.A. .
Bald Lark. "We're bound to see him." notice, father. wanted the rest of you to redeem It North on said West line Klft f".* '. the placeof timber and other rights were granted said L. Approved by me day
D. 1917.
He went on upstairs then, and this afternoon." She looked at him beginning: to $V n i-'an rights A. Davis and Brothers.
lubje JOE HILL WILLIAM
"Where does he live? What was he heretofore on the v *nd East AH tb said lands described in said Schedule .
with the
doing in the hickory grover inquired ently Fairy came down Inquiringly. _"Then you had another sides of said Lot 9. with right of and "B" will b sold at the tiei. Mot Major.
trinuofii with fine soft .
iik gown, -
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. FflWty, 131Tt
: P AG EIGHT BRADFORD MARCH 2,

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f: -naval stores opera hI'. He j made the surfaced court, a g od tennis outfit and Norman, of Vanderbilt, were in town I Mr. F. :A. }.'isher,
o
trip in his Ford touring car. .much interest is being manifested.The Saturday.Mr. I ws tranFlctil1g businESS i
meetings are both be- Irvin Renfroe and in t:
Mr. E. J. Ward visited his family prayer daughter, Ionda- and Tuesday l
,;here this week anJ while here he purchased ing well attended, and much interest Mrs. S. G. Stevenson, of Long Bridge, I Mrs. :)l. E. Edwards 1/t-!

of J. T. Quigley, of Starke, a being taken. The subject at the Bap- were visitors to Raiford Saturday.Mr. ter, Ma1.J). nd litt}

County News Items Ford car. tist church Wednesday evening was Jas. Connor, of the Connor Lawtey last WHelSlbng Sunday. .leIa !

Mr. Geo. B. Crosby left Saturday.for "The Lord" Prayer; and at the Chris- bridge section, was trading in town \ *, ilenry Dngfelder; '1 1Ir
tion church Thursday evening, "An Saturday. !day to Iaat I
Jacksonville, where he has accepted a I join her husband 1
Old Fashioned Prayer Meeting. Misses Perla Whitten Vesta after at ,
,
with the Jacksonville Terminal Rey- FpPr.Uin( ?
position I I10. Several :!
: Iat.rtstlnS facts Gathered During the :Week by Our Co. Prof. Thomas Wallace, of Sedalia, nolds, Ruby and Leila Byrd and Mes the home de Mr. and Mrs.\Veeil ;.lIf.i

Regular Correspondents Mr and Mrs. W. W. Baxter, of Ala- : :\ ., gave a lecture illustrated by stereopticon I srs. W. M. Whitten, L. C. Taylor, J. !'chard. .1\.11., t

chua, have been at the bedside of Rev. views, at the school building H. Denmark and Charles Crews, at- )Ir. A. A. ll1ilh and : '.
Friday evening. His subject_ was tended the entertainment in Lake Lake : visited ) llis.John 9 t
A. J. Pinholster for the past week. I I hngs1ey last
Sun
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". '- Mr. Baxter is a brother-in-law of Mr.Pinhobter. "Mexico, the Land of Wonders. Butler Thursday evening. I I The (t.-f'news reached a,. :.e

I NEW RIVER. tie Mae Ragan, Howard Richard, Clone Dr. Middleton and wife, Mrs. A. A. Mr. Drew Addison, of Lake Butler, I that Mr. W L Milteer, here

Chastain, Jennie Phillips, Lila Preter- Messrs. E. S. Gainey- and Porter Par- McDonald and Mrs. 0. K. Prince and was a visitor in Raiford Sunday.Mr. Lawtey for a number of a tf I

: ious, Paul Edenfield, Dewey Parrish, ker of Lacrosse were business callersin little daughter, motored to Gainesville, and Mrs. W. I. Roberts and their :: the past time or four rears,bt

Mr. M. J. Sapp spent last Sunday in Carl Andrews, Julius Powell, Grace, our town Tuesday morning.Dr. Saturday afternoon. children visited relatives in Worthing-!'dent of FOJt Myers, had rears"

t Brooker. Barker, Kathryn Stewart, Hally Wil- Jim Bishop, of Alachua, was Stafford Homan has returned from At- ton Sunday. ,the great bejon.l on Ptsae4 I t I II
Mr. H. T. Parnell and J. B. Renfroewere liamson, Glem Ragan. here Tuesday on professional business.He lanta where he attended an annual Editor Avery G. Powell, of the Brad- I I bereave! family have the Saturda,..r.

visitors to Starke last Thursday.Mr. Second Grade-Lawrence Piper, Mathews was accompanied by his wife and 'Round Up" given by the Georgia Put ford County Times, was a visitor in I:their many riends in

Willis Jackson, of Melrose, Ga.; James, Elizabeth Williams, Curtis child. lishing Co., who defray all expense incurred Raiford Monday.Mr. George T. Pearce is LaWf.eJ. t

I j : spent last Monday in New River. Chancey, Agnes Rawls. )Ir..D. Walton Pinholster, of Weu- by their agents in attending. Alphonzo Jones, of 1, ceasp a sister t the... t

: Messrs. B. F. Renfroe, Jesse Thomas Third Grade Mary Bereum, Clyde ster, visiting friends and relatives His many friends are delighted to S. C., left Sunday, after a Charleston/I I Rev. A.T. [
; and J. B. Renfroe spent last Sunday in know he enjoyed such a delightfultime. Galloway filled _
I Crews, Harold Priester, Charlotte Gil- here this week. visit with his brother, Mr. Clifford ; lar appointment at the r
: Jasper. lispie, David Richard, George Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kite and Mr. and Jones and wife. l odist church last Ortega f
Mr. Ben Crosby and Bill Maines, of Rev. E. M. Henderson, of Waldo, I Sunday. ,
I Fourth Grade-Mildred Gillispie, Mrs. Tom Harris of the Antioch section lIrs.1.. D. Lassiter returned Satur- Miss Bertha
Brooker, were visitors to New River Angelica Faircloth, Maude Blair, Irene Alachua county, motored over motored over in his new Ford car on day from a visit to New Smyrna and I teacher in one of Lawrence the 1I'bt .;,

last Sunday.Mr. Stewart, Eldred Duncan, James Kennedy Monday afternoon to visit Rev. A. J. Wednesday and spent the afternoon is again registered at the Hotel Tavoli. son'lillt'pent, Sundav Schools 1.6_In, Jacl. ,;
Calhoun Berry and Jesse Thomas Willie Hilton, Blanche Alderman Pinholster. Mr. Kite is a cousin of with friends. Editor and Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mr. and home of her --" It tie ;

: made a flying trip down to Hampton Connis Padgett, Josie Bennett, Remy Mr. Pinholster. Mrs. Wm. C. Kammerer and Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Andrews and Miss Nannie B. LaTt n ceo parents Rev. and 1f11! ;

1 last Thursday night. I, Dekle. About twenty-five of the young people Edna Eayre, both of Philadelphia, Pa., Andrews attended the chatauqua in Mrs. W. "
A.
L Mr. B. J. Sapp and grandson, little I Fifth Grade-Bascom Cobb, Lulu of Brooker motored to Hamptonlast are visiting Mrs. J. V. Jones, who is Lawtey Saturday.Mr. 'IltlOlrt'latJ"es. : Barrett, of 0caIa.'".. :

!! Brooker.Elbert Sapp, spent last Sunday in I Scarborough, Omie Gilbert, Henrietta Thursday evening to attend the indisposed at this writing. W. J. Stallings, of the Rosier part of last week. in Lawtey the **;

Padgett, Maude Powell, Iva Stokes, play, "The Town Marshal," reproducedby bridge section, was a busines svisitor Dr. U. Turner i
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Raulerson of of GifflenafcJ
Joe Jones. the School. After 1
Hampton High RAIFORD.Mr. here Saturday.Mr. visitor *
I Sampson City, were visors to New a to Lawtey last weefe/1
I Sixth Grade-Mildred Roberts, Car- the play they were invited to a recep- S. B. Stevens, of Lake Butler, Mrs. William ,:
I River Sunday afternoon. rie Hall, Iva Cone, Francis Priester, tion at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. was a business visitor in Raiford Sat- was visiting relatives Reddish, of W' :

Graham Mrs. Jesse Byrd and children, of Mabel Duggar, Mayhew Kennedy, Julia E. Middleton, where they were very C. Lennon, of New River, was urday. in La\Vtey :'
.
spent the week-end with Mrs.Byrd's Register, Ruth Richard, Jessie Dug- pleasantly entertained until a late in town Friday visiting his brother, Messrs. Chas. Bloodsworth and Earl dii'r'. and Mrs. Lem
Mr. and Mrs.
.' parents, Berry. gar, Evelyn Piper, Hal Maines. hour. Everyone present declared Mrs. Whitten attended the Sapp, of ]Rzf '
o Mr. Roy Roberts of the Vanderbilt :Mr. D. Lennon.Mr. chatauqua in were visitors to Lawtey ,
.. Eighth Grade-Antom Mo- Middleton to be most excellent hostess last g .
Feagles,
a ;
section, was in our midst last Thurs- Joe Crews, of near Starke, wasa Lawtey Saturday. Rev. T. It Lawrence .
day. na Alderman, Ben Brannen, Onie Scar ,. and are looking forward to the business visitor here Friday.Mr. Mr. Jas Browning, of Lawtey, spent pointment at the Saxton preacl1edbJ":
Me
Mr. M. J. Sapp was transacting business borough. time when they may again have the and Mrs. A. C. Crews, of Gra- Sunday here, the guest of his sister, church last Sunday. *f
Tenth Grade-Billie pleasure of her 'i';
Rivers. enjoying hospitality.Miss
ham, who have been visiting relatives Mrs. W. S. Valencia. Prof. Shaw
in last af with
ternoon. Sampson City Friday Eleventh Grade-Anna Lee. Edna Tillis, of Alachua, pent here for some time past, left for their Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was a from Worthington a party of fti
Twelfth Grade-York Colson, Dan the week-end with her mother here. Springs,1reltQe :
home visitor to Raiford .
Quite a little crowd, consisting of Sunday. Sunday.Mrs. guests last Sunday of Rev. .
Knight Othoe Miss Marie Pinholster and
Mizell. of Lake But- lilt
Misses Ozena and Tylithia Melvin, ler visited Mr. B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier A. D. Andrews and daughter, W. L. Overstreet.
friends and relatives here
Nellie Thomas, Phyla and Pearl Ren- lad weekend.Mrs. bridge section, was trading in town Mrs. W. I. Roberts, spent Monday in Mrs. Hattie Black and Mi.. _n..::
,
froe, Messrs. Jesse Thomas, Calhoun MILLER.We Saturday. Lake Butler. Clark were guests last-- M I
L. Futch of Sunday
Raiford is visiting
I
at l
ti
Mrs. L. H. Futch left for Brooker Messrs. J. A. Brooks D. S. Cason .
home
0 Berry, Clyde Parker, C. A. Johns, attended -it the home of her of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse '
Mr. Ee&4
parents,
the near Sampson Saturday for a few days' visit with and C. H. Bloodsworth visited Starke Mr. A.
d party City Rosenberg
are pained to chronicle the deathof and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. was a visitor fc >
last her parents.Mr. Monday. Alachua
Tuesday night. After they had Sunday.
Capt. A. C. Werts, which occurred M'ss Lily Crosby has closed her Berry Rosier, of Evergreen was Hon. S. T. made business <*:
there Dowling Miss '
arrived some of the Sampson a Mabel W ster
last school at Sampson City and is at home of Raiford la *:
Sunday at 12 o'clock. He had
the business visitors here the
Sat-
City "doods" began to kick on one of for the among trip to west end of the county the a guest last Sunday of Rev.
been confined to his bed for four present. and 1& -
urday. firs tof the week.
the New River "cracker's" music. W. L. Overstrret.
Therefore, the New River crowd set months. The cause of his death wasa last The sham trial at the school house Sheriff W. J. Epperson"- 'of Starke, Mr. Tate Denmark, of Starke, was a Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sapp and |4
Friday
forth to come back to New River and complication of diseases, together evening was very interest- was transacting legal business in Rai visitor in Raiford the first of the week. L. DicKerson attended Ifel I
with old He 82 ing and largely attended, there being the Mr&i
age. was old at
; years ford Messrs.
J. R.
Saturday.Mrs. Davis
have of their and J. H. Ritch church
They ,
own.
a party returned about two hundred at Maxville last SUnda f
.. the time of his death. He had a strong present. L. C. Taylor is in Lake Butler Jr., of Starke
at an unusually early hour, were business visitors Mr. J. T. Ritch
The Pine and
Hill school under the efficient family, of&M
and ,
personality admirable traits -
.
many visiting her Mr. and Mrs. C. here
went to the home of Mrs. W. J. Tho- parents Monday. ford,
were
guests of Rev.
of Mr. and
of character which made friends for management Carl Scaff 1lrI.t t
.: mas and had a jolly good time. They him wherever he known. and Miss Edna Baxter, will close Friday J. Knight. Miss Carrie McKay, of Starke, is L. Overstreet last Sunday. }
was :
Sampson for Rev. L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt, was visiting the family of W. S. Graham
say no more City parties Messrs. Jack
with Dinkins and
. them. Mr. Werts served in the Southern a basket dinner and short among the business visitors here Sat- here this week. dishVt'nt David B&'i
army during the Civil war, after which program. Everybody invited. urday. Editor J. T.Lewis to Jacksonville Monday fc ;

: he came to Florida. Soon after arriving Rev. Walters, of the University of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Whitten visited trip to Jacksonville made a business take examination for the purpose
: WOODLAWN. i here he married the daughter of Gainesville, filled his regular appoint-I Lawtey Saturday.Miss Tuesday. joining tbe navy. Mr. Dinkins pu&$ ;
the late Carter Newsom, who precededhim ment at the Free Will Bartist church County Surveyor Kelley was a business but Mr. Reddish lacked a few pes&i |
{ -
Helen Nauright who is attend- visitor
here the first of the week. of the
( Mr. J. S. Norman was transacting to grace some 25 or 30 years ago. Sunday morning. In the afternoon he, ing school in Lake City, spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Valencia and required weight 't :
Mr.
Later he married Miss E. with a goodly number of the membersof Parrish, the photograpbsr rf ,
.! [ business in Starke Monday. Mary Boyd, with her parents here. Misses Gertrude and Loca Anderson
f|||.. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was a cf Valdosta, Ga. that church, motcied to raham and Mr. J. F. Osteen was among the attended the chatauqua in Worthington Springs, was a gag .;
; professional visitor here Saturday. To his former marriage were born he preached to a large audience there many farmers trading "with our merchants -I: Monday evening.Col. Lawtey on Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. W. I,. Ow-:

:: .. M. Norman four children, 3 daughters and one son. street. :
: Mr. J. was transacting Saturday. A. S. Crews
of
Starke
Mr. Werts has been a consistent member I was a Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of StarD; i
- I business in Starke Friday. HAMPTON.Perry Mr. Elisha and Miss Laura Wilker- professional visitor here .
I' I Mrs. E. C. Johns who is suffering of the Methodist church for many: Tuesday.Mr. was in Lawtey on official business: h*
the
| \ son, of Rosier bridge section, were I J. B. Rosier, of the Redding
.l! I: from a severe case of grippe is slowly years. He was an upright and honor- attending to business here Saturday. 1 bridge section, was trading with Tuesday. -is
able man. Interment took Mon- our Paul Dinkins and family who
place tot
J vimproving. Dover, of Starke, was a visitor A. B. Shaw, of Worthington, was in merchants Tuesday. been
. -r' Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greene visited day at 10:30 at Elzey's chapel. Rev.B. here early in the week. town Sunday.J. at Starke for several weeb, it?

m" relatives and friends"in the Wateroak F. Mason, of Gainesville, performed Dr. J. J. Wright, of Culloden, Ga., S. Register, of Elarbee, was turned About to Lawtey the first of the

u section Sunday. I the funeral rites. spent a part of the week here the guestof among the business visitors here Sat- LAWTEY. 300 people from Lawtey J:
'* i He leaves to mourn his death two ford and Highland attended the '
,
5 We are pleased to note that Mr. 0. I friends. urday. "* T The officers and
I j J. Phillips, who has been sufferingt daughters and one son, Mrs. Ray- 0. M. Reagan, representing the Miss,Dora Johnson left Saturday for Methodist church Sunday teacTiers school of Grace tismal services here last '

t g a severe case of measles is grai mond Wilson, of Columbia City; Miss Starr Piano Co., has been looking after Brooker, where she will visit her sister delightfully entertained last ware ternoon. Thirteen were baptized tai ,
Ella F. and William A. Werts, of Saturday twenty-two were taken into the LnN
ually recovering. his firm's business here Miss Loca Johnson who <
during the is teach- at
evening 6 o'clock
I :.- Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, of Starke, was Dukes and several grand children. A past week. ing in the school at that place.S. Woman's Club a supper it the tey Baptist church. Several more fit ,'

-, a professional visitor here Sunday af large concourse of friends gathered at Mrs. 0. K. Prince, of Dade City, i is J. Rosier, of Evergreen, one of Mrs. J. D. Randall.building After by Mr. and were unable to be here last Soodf '
the about
; ternoon. cemetery to pay their last respectsto visitBg friends and relatives here. Bradford county's prosperous farmerswas hour supper will be baptized at the next centa i
one was spent in general discus-
j Mr. W. H. Norman was transacting him. 0. L. Newman, of the depot force, transacting business in town Sat sion the best day-the third Sunday in March. -li\
Mrs. W. W. Douglass, of near Lake -- -- n -- on wav- to-- hnil1.m---.- -a Messrs. E. Griffis A. M. Blanekai
i i business in Starke Saturday. made a business trig to Waldo Mon urday. ; -r I ,
Sunday school.
.. Mr. M. D. Davis was a visitor to Butler, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.A. Miss Ruby Ware visited her After ,L. L. Sapp, Jr., M. L Loadholtt 1. '
.1 J. Langford. Since her.arrival at; I day.Master par- bidding the host and hotesJ E. Torode, Geo. Clark E. E. !
,
Lawtey Tuesday. Cecil Manire fs out again ents in Worthington Saturday and good night the BarHjj !
t : "* Mr. J. M. Muse was attending to her daughter's home, she has suffered after being confined to his room sever- Sunday. their homes, guests returned to A. A. Stokes, J, E. Brown, W. L. 0Yer- !

_. business matters in Raiford Saturday. a stroke of paralysis. We have been al days with measles. Messrs. Henry Redding and D. G. able feeling that a most profit- street, J. H. Lowery and Robert El .

,; .- Mr.. J. S. Norman was a visitor to informed that she is slightly improv. Rev. L. A. Rawls spent a few hours Wilkerson, of Flat Ford, were among Mr.evening and Mrs.had Nelson been spent. chard were among the Lawteyitei wi
i .- Tuesday. Here Friday. His the Ritch, of Rai were visitors to Starke Tuesday. tf
. Lawtey ed.Mrs. many friends here visitors to town Saturday.Mr. ford I
The strawberry growers here are E. B. Hiers, of Dukes, who has were delighted to see him out againso Joe Jones, of Baker county, wasa and ,Mrs.were V.visitors R. Reddish at the home of Mr. Our strawberry growers are gett! r I

? busy mulching their berry plants. been visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. S. soon after an attack of serious ill business visitor in Raiford Satur- Mr. and Mrs. last Sunday. ready for the large crop of fruit wfcki
: Will the citizens here please inform Miller, has returned to her home. V. R. Reddish and has put out since the recent cold tpd

; the correspondent of any important: Millard Parrish oldest son of Mr. ness.Rev.. Barr filled his rea-ular _annoint_ day.Mrs.. J.'D. Sweat and her Mrs.Mr.Henry Bennett visited the homeof Several carloads of crates have baa
: items of each and Mrs. J. W. Parrish, is suffering ment here 0 f.f daughter, I L. L. Sapp, Sr., in the Water- received this <
news by Tuesday night 1 Sunday, and announced t-ht Miss Cora Davis, of Elarbee oak week and distrib i ;
were i section last
'S' week. Local and long distance tele- from a case of blood poisoning caused Mrs. Barr will conduct services at the shopping in town Monday. .* Monday.Mr. among the growers. There hare PtI I

.. ,. phone No. 392. from a decayed tooth. Methodist church here on the third J. R. Norman and son, Mr. Raymond I business Enoch in Griffis was transacting been several quarts of berries on &tf-i
: A large party of young people gathW Miss Jane Bielling has .enter d the Sunday in March preceding his regu- Starke last Friday. market this week. Ii[

; ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lake Butler high school. lar appointment on the fourth Sunday.
',; to Miss Ruby Parrish, of the Lake Butler Mrs. ".
: Thompson Saturday evening enjoy Nauright, of Raiford, accom- :
: "ic: a pound supper. All report a fine high school visited home folks on panied by Mrs. Raiford, motored over ----- -- I

:1- Saturday and Sunday. and organized a Woman's Christian !

; time.Mr.. J. S. McCormick, of Raiford, Math Douglass and wife of Worth- Temperance Union here on Feb. 22nd. : If

;. I were in our burg Tuesday. ington, passed through our burg Sun- A large membership was enrolled, and : Give

: Mr. W. C. Wooten, of Lawtey, was day afternoon.J. Miss Ada Nimmo was elected presi- YourFarm

;L a visitor here Monday in the interest C. Ward, of Providence, was in dent. Hampton feels honored to havea ; !

: 1 of the Lawtey Telephone Company. our midst on business Monday. part in the work being done by the

't. _. Rev. D. L. Phillips preached to a D. L. Clyatt visited Lake Butler r W. C. T. U. !

r .. large congregation at Samson Baptist business Saturday.Miss A. A. McDonald was a business \.is-
church Sunday February 18th. Annie Rimes, of Bland, spent itor to Jacksonville last .1
week, and
,Don't forget Sunday school here every the week-end with her parents, Mr. whjle, there purchased a new Dodge i : New J JI
Mrs. ;
and T. H. Rimes.
; Sunday at 2:30 p. m. touring car of the latest model. I e'
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover, of near We are to -
I LAKE BUTLER. Lake Butler, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. illness of sorry the son of report H. B.the Harrell serious
,
I. Waters Sunday.R. [
; who at this writing is
M. Denison, of New'River, visited home very sick, at the I With the prevailing high
of W. G. Seals. prices of farm
Mr. W. J. Hall, of Tarpon Springs, relatives here products
Saturday and ;
,- is visiting his old friend, Mr. T. P. Sunday. Field day, Feb. 22nd, was observed the i

Register. These two honorable old by the high school, and the exercises hustling farmer will force the capacity of his. .

veterans marched side by side in the BROOKER. were well attended by the patrons of '

c. struggles of the Civil war and it is the school. All the students partici- land to the highest notch. For this

t with the deepest pleasure that they pated in the various exercises, racing, purpose nothing -
.
4. are spending a while together. Messrs. T. J. Collins, Roland Anderson sprinting, hurdles, etc., after which is so available
John Groover G. Broadus as
1 Mrs. W. J. Epperson, of Starke, is W. and E. M. Hardin was declared to have

- I visiting many friends in our little city. : Hazen motored to Starke last Thurs won the greatest number of points

, 3 Rev. W. H. Coleman preached an interesting day to attend to business.Mr. I'and was awarded a beautiful gold med-
Geo. L. Massey the ', Reliable
manufacturer Commercial
; sermon last Sunday morning aLThe
of A. P. H. Fertilizers
cigars, of Starke day's exercises
.: In the evening there was a union meet. ended with a I
., ing at the Baptist church, and Rev. W. was transacting business. here thurs- game of basket ball between two of II

A. Brubaker, of Michigan, one of the day.We the teams from the students of the I
-t talented national prohibition speakers regret to say that Rev. A. J. high school, which was the most exciting We have them-a special brand
: for
Pinholster has been each
quite ill for the and interesting
L made an enthusiastic lecture on tem- game of the sea- crop.
perance. past week. Everything possible is being son.- Hoover Bros., of Starke, were STRAWBERRIES

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coffin, of John- done to restore his health and we present and made photos of this var_.
-- --- CORN POTATOPcVEGE1ABLLS
wish him a speedy recovery. ious teams.
stown, attended service in town last
q .. Sunday. Miss Dora Johnson, of Raiford, has At 7:30 p. m. the public was entertained OATS -
been a guest for the past week of her at the Masonic Hall Something
for
Miss Ruth Coffin and Mr. George where "The
sister, Miss Loca Town any and for
: Coffin deserve much credit for their Johnson, who is a Marshal" was reproduced by the crop any soil. See us
member of the Brooker school ,
high school The star
: untiring efforts in building up the players were Prof. and leave
faculty.Mr..
j : Christian Endeavor work and the improvement Green as town marshal, Clyde Mullady your order.EARL

., in the young girls and boys M. P. Mathtny and family motored as a farmer desperately in love, and

: can readily be seen. to Gainesville last Wednesday Miss Pinholster as an old maid. I :

Thursday will be a big day for farmers and spent the day in that city. A generous sum was realized from
Mr. J. A. Abbott, who recently mov- the door receipts which Young
will assemble in the park to hear will liquidate Trading CO.
some of the best national speakers ed with his family to Plant City, was the school's indebtedness for instru- IE
in Brooker last k
week buying produce mental music
. point out a way. to make life easier and during the entire term. ,
for farmers. visiting friends and relatives. The school has organized a tennis

Mr. Lee Byrd, after spending a club with Rawley Scotten AGENTS '.
Honor roll of the Lake Butler high as presi- FOR WILSON '<
z : school: month with relatives here and at St. dent, Miss Evelyn Seals, vice-presi! Near & TOOMER
Petersburg and Tampa, left Tuesday dent and Earle Middleton Depot
First Grade-Rozell Douglass Matt ,
secretary
for his home at Yulee, where he is a and treasurer. They have a nice hard Starke, AI. I :'


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