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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 9, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9,1917. NUMBER 36.



tA1EYscENE' COMMISSIONERS RAILROAD COMMISSION ASKED I "CLEAN UP AND 1 EXTRA SESSION



OF CUTTING MARCH MEETING TO ORDER NEW DEPOT IN STARKETIRING PAINTUFCAM- CONGRESS




SCRAPEONSAT. HELD MONDAY OF SEABOARD'S FAILURE TO PROVIDE SUITABLE PAIGN STARTED PROBABLE


>. ACCOMODATIONS CITIZENS SIGN PETITION. -
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r ANDREW LOWERY AND GEO. CAGE WAGON AND CAMP ,- CITIZENS WILL WORK FOR I MUST COMPLETE PROGRAM

CLARK WERE PRINCIPALS EQUIPMENT TO BE BOUGHT The spending of about $70,000 in towns with less shipping 'and passenger CLEAN, WELL KEPT TOWN STARTED IN LAST
v municipal improvements has whetted business have had handsome depot SESSIONPRESIDENT
the tastes of Starke people for improvements structures built for them. -
KNIFE WOUNDS INFLICTED ON OLD SEWER SYSTEM OF JAIL COL.
PEEK, CHAIRMAN, WILSON 1
and the State Railroad While the petition asks simply that WILL CALL CONGRESS ,
CLARK BY LOWERY CAME ABANDONED AND RIGHT OF Commission has been asked through a the Commission cause the erection of SECRETARY, J. L. PEEK TREAS. TOGETHER BEFORE

NEAR BEING FATAL. WAY RELEASED. petition signed by a large number of suitable stational accomodations many COMMITTEES APPOINTED.
citizens to cause the Seaboard AirLine of the signers are in favor of a more JUNE, IS INDICATION.

Railway Company to construct I. central location for the passenger sta- -- -
A cutting affray took place in Law The board of county commissionersmet and maintain stational accomodations tion, and it is probable that this fea- On the evening of the first of Marcha WASHINGTON March I
tey last Saturday afternoon, when Geo. in regular session March 5th, 1917 at this point in keeping with the vol- ture of the situation will be presentedto large number of interested citizens ; session of 6.-An extra
Clark sustained knife wounds from and was called to order by Chairman ume of business transacted by their the Commission when the matter gathered at the court house to organ later than June congress is to convene not ;!

Andrew Lowery, which lacked little in S. T. Dowling with all members pres road.It. comes up for hearing.. Whatevermay ize a "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign among officials ,here generally to conceded
being fataL The details of the occur- ent.Minutes is the general opinion that this be done about the location, let us for Starke, the meeting being the President has be assured, although i I

rence as near as we can learn, were of last meeting read and matter can receive attention none too hope that the movement now on foot held under the auspices of the School definite indication that he not has given a t

M follows: approved.The early. For years Starke has had to will result in' the building of a sta- and Civic Club, and was presided over the hope-that abandoned 'f
There' seemed to be bad blood be- unfinished business of last meet- content itself with a very unsightlyand tion that will be a credit to the by the president, Mrs. J. R. Halligan.Mrs. might be avoided.Congressmen an extra session

tween Clark and Andrew and JamesnrY ing was taken up and disposed of as ill-appointed station, while other town. Halligan called the meeting to and officials
since James Lowery was Instrumental follows: order and made the opening remarks, that here declare -
in Clark's arrest for al- The petition asking that S. D. Dukesbe giving in a few well chosen words the and complete Congress the must come back

leged selling of whiskey about a month permitted to change public road ;WILSON I object of the meeting, after which she and fill the legislative in the program k
ARMEDNEUTRALTIYBILLDIESAT BEGINS gaps financial
ago, and Andrew Lowery was a wit- leading from Lake Butler to Waldo, (gracefully introduced the different s scheme, which was caused
the
by failure
ness against him at the trial before which was referred to Commissioner ,:speakers. of the -
appropriation
Judge Gardiner February 27th. Of May for investigation and report at Mrs. R. A. Weeks, chairman civics Should the Senate limit bills.

late the two Lowery brothers, when-I this meeting of said board, filed his SECOND TERM of School and Civic Club, read an excellent the President's legal advisers debate decide and
ever they came to Lawtey, report, which reads as follows: The paper entitled "The Clean Up he has
no authority to
ways come in company and have avoided road is'in Sec. Township 7, Range and Paint Up Campaign and its Oranization. Congressional arm ships without ;
meeting Clark. On the day of the 20 E. Leaves old road and runs easton ." It is printed elsewhere authority, the armed -
ADJOURNMENT AS neutrality bill '
difficulty they had been to the gristmiil quarter section line about 200 yards n this issue. be the first undoubtedly would 1
in and to- thence south about 300 yards to intersection PRESIDENTe thing pressed at the extra Mession.
Lawtey were returning Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Lawtey, vice s .
ward their wagon, which had been lef 1 of old road. Upon motion Section two Florida Federat .. I

near the bank. While James put themeal and second permission granted, and it TWELVE SENATORS DEFY UNFAVORABLE WEATHER d Women's Clubs, read a very fine paper IMPOSING CEREMONY.- 1 v'
into the wagon Andrew sat downon was further ordered that the work ta > treating of community work for

the steps of a store near by, talk done by petitioners without any expense WISHES OF 76 MEMBERS MARKS.. HIS INAUGURAL the up-building of a town or city. -
ing to an acquaintance. Then suden to the county. .. Col. C. L. Peek made an address'rom Mr. M. M. Fryer was ordained deacon
ly Clark came up to Andrew Loweryand Petition signed by M. H. Hurst and LED'BY- FOR "r the standpoint of"A Clean Town of the Episcopal 'church Thursday
FILIBUSTER LAFOLLETE FIRST TIME SINCE,INAUGURATION -
forenoon the
others the by Rt. Rev.
said: asking county commission. and Real Estate. Mr. Peek thoroughly Edwin Gard-
"Now is a good time to settle our: era to re-instate the portion of the PREVENTED.MEASURE COMING OF LINCOLN, TROOPS understands the situation and madea ner Weed, D. D., at St Marks Episcopal -

difficulty. Have you a pistol?" old Black Creek public road discontin Td A VOTE. GUARD LINE OF MARCH. ringing speech in favor of makingour church. There were present the ''

Lowery said he had not, and that he ned as a public road, beginning at the town clean and beautiful, so it will fen. William Wyllie, of Jacksonville, .
Clark. Olustee and Lake Butler road extend- be Rev. Bernard Campbell, of Gainesville
wanted no fight with Lowerywean a delightful place for us to live and ,!
glasses, so does Clark. AfterClark ; ing said road to connect with the San WASHINGTON, March 5.-Presi- WASHINGTON, March .-Inaugoration also attract the home-seeker. and Rev. Walter T. Cavell, of w f
had taken off his own glasses hi e derson and Lake Butler road leading dent Wilson believes the killing of the day began under leaden clouds Mr. J. R. Davis spoke in a very Lake City, who took part in the ser- .

told Lowery to take off his. The glass from Sebron Dobson to Frank Bran- armed neutrality bill by the Senate that'threatened to spill rain or snowat practicable manner along the line of vices. The church was tastefully dee- $
. es came off, but Lowery does not knowif pen, being a distance of 4 miles. Upon filibuster before adjournment yesterday any moment. A cold raw wind "A Clean Town and Fire Insurance." orated for the occasion and many had i
he took them off himself or if Clark motion and second the petition granted may effectually prevent him from I whipped the rain-soaked decorationsof Dr. A. H. Freeman made an excellent ome to witness the solemn ritual. !
jerked them off. Clark then hit Low and further ordered that the petit exercising executive perogative to arm I the capitol and swept the water-log address on the subject of "Clean- Those who are interested in church
ery on the side of the face a couple o tioners place said road in good travel- merchant ships, and advocates immed- ged grandstands, which have stood under :I iness In Its Relation to Public Health"Dr. matters will read with interest a full i 1-f
times, when Lowery drew his knifeand ing condition without any expense to iate reform of rules by the Senate at drenching downpours for nearly a'' Freeman said many things that account of the ceremonies, which will *
slashed Clark across the abdomenand the county. the session called for today, to pre week. put people to thinking on this vital l appear in our next issue. (
on the right arm. Clark then gave State pension claim of Mrs. Mary E. vent a small minority from holdingup The. sun broke through the clouds question of cleanliness and health. .
Lowery a severe punch with his fist it Werts approved. legislation in the future. at"9 cjf Jock; and there were indic- :The mayor, Col. Joe Hill Williams, A NEW CONVENIENCE '

the lower part of the stomach, which Petition presented and approved After twelve senators led by Sena- tions that the,weather might clear. spoke; on "What a Clean Up and Paint -
doubled him up and put him out o" placing the names of Hannah Harris, tor LaFollette had defied the wish of'an Hours before the time of the ceremonies I Up Campaign Means to Starke." Mr. Car Owners Should Have An "Auto

commission for further fighting.All Eliza Williams, Adie Silcox, Elizabeth overwhelming majority to vote on at the capitol the city was astir Williams said that as mayor of the -"> Trailer." *
this had taken place in less s Goolsby and Alice Bryant on the pauper the neutrality bill until forced ad- making the preparations for the town he was practically the head of the -t f
roll, and motion and second journmnet yesterday noon, carried the show. Pennsylvania avenue was coy .
than a minute. James Lowery, who is upon community family, and as heads of The
constable for district No. 1, now appeared each ordered paid $2.50 per month. measure down to its death, President ered with a thick coating of fine sand families had the privilege of raising a owner ill of an automobile is independent -
Bond of E. J. Lewis for Wilson issued statement to dry the route of the matters of traveling. There
on the scene. He drew his re notary public a denouncingthe procession. row whenever they pleased, he would is no limit to the
approved. obstructionists and expressing the Troops, assigned to the President'sguard distances he can go,
volver, pointed it toward Clark andtold proceed to tell the people what should for the roads '
: him to leave his brother alone. The board after considering the necessity doubt whether he can proceed to arm or to the procession, were mov be done and what should not be done. Yet reach every nook of the
Clark ran up to James, grabbed his of the safety and care of the ships without, legislative sahction. ing through the city to their places; His address was greeted with much have country.been debarred people of limited means
wrists and wrenched the revolver aw.ay state and county convicts worked up- Although Senator LaFollette had intended platoons of boy scouts assigned to as laughter and applause. from making extensive
from him. He then "broke" the revolver on the public roads of said county, up to bring his fight on the neu- sist in preserving order were march Impromptu two minutes talks regarding bills. trips on account of the hotel -

let the cartridges fall on the on motion and second it was ordered trality bill to a dramatic climax by ing to their po4s.Thousandspectators. the work in hand were made I Even this
ground, then threw it away. that an 18-man steel cage of medium delivering a long speech up to the who had no by Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, Rev. W. G. Law eliminated difficulty has now been
By this time Deputy Sapp came u;p weight be bought, and also one hour of adjournment, he was prevented places on the reviewing stands, were and Rev. H. G. Denison. Trailer through the "Auto Camp
and arrested Clark, who had gone intoa fly tent for four mules and one medium by a parliamentary maneuver by beginning to pack the avenue Ithelines'of Maj. E. S. Matthews made a short Equipment, made Co. by the Auto Kamp f
drug store to have his wounds attended wall tent for guards be purchased which Senator Hitchcock, leader of the stout steel cables strung speech pledging the support of the in Saginaw, Mich., whose
agents Starke
j to. He also arrested Andrew and further ordered that notices be 76 members who favored the bill and frpm the White House to the capitolto mayor and city council to assist the Company G. are the Marks Buick
C.
Lowery. Clark was left in Lawtey under published in the Bradford County Tel wanted to vote, occupied that timewith keep the avenue absolutely clear of Civic Club in their efforts to improvethe The Livingston, manager. _
the care of a surgeon, but whe: egraph for bids to be considered by the a speech of his own. everything.Just town. equipment consists of a large, ;
strong wall
board the first in 191' before 10 o'clock the Twelfthand tent of khaki color. The '
Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Cameronhad Monday April, An election of general officers for tent contains
Sallie died December MINNESOTA GUARDSMAN GIVEN Sixty-ninth regiments of the NewYork two good beds, pillows, _
arrived, on the summons of Sapp, Starling, pauper, the "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign sheets and
Andrew Lowery was taken in chargeby 1916, and not being reported t o FIVE YEARS IN PENITENTIARY National Guard began moving to was next put in order, and resulted t. the beds cover.for Plenty room between ..f1j

them and brought to Starke, accompanied said board until meeting in March, and I their positions along Pennsylvaniaavenue. as follows: Col. C. L. Peek, the floor of the a tableBeneath "
tent
As the scrip drawn for her for the months o f chairman Mr. J. E. Wilson are a refrigerator '
by his brother, James. Militiamen Wrote to Germany Predicting ; secretary;; and receptacles for oil stove
surgeon had expressed his opinion thaiClark's t January and February, said scrip Wilson Would Soon be "Out. Mr. J. L. Peek, treasurer. The chair and table pots
trustees before pans, ware, folding table and
the
board and
stand as drawn and her allowance for came man has appointed the
serious Lowery following
wounds
were not com chairs all furnished
burial be paid by said scrip, made arrangements to run theirschool mittees ( ). The whole is
was released from custody on a expenses ] to assist him in the work:
and clerk authorized to drop said Sa- MINNEAPOLIS Minn., March 6.- for two extra months, makingthe arranged so as to be quickly and neat- .
?500 bond. from roll. Officers of the First Minnesota infan : school term for Hampton seven On Publicity. ly folded up into a compact package
George Clark is a clerk in the storeof Starling pauper try, on returning today from the border months. Mrs. R. A. Weeks, chairman; H. E. wich rests upon the "trailer," which
W. E...Torode He is said to hail Whereas, C. L. Peek, according tc announced that Private Paul L. The board canvassed the election returns Lagergren, J. C. Robinson, B. B. Hop- has two wheels and can be hitched behind -
from New Jersey and to be a pugilist. the minutes of this board in December, son, Miss Amelia Ray. automobile the
Scharfenberg had been sentenced to from Rising special tax district, any and load does
He well the has 1912, or first part of year 1913, agreed Laws and Ordinances.
.
as as Lowerys many five years in Fort Leavenworth prisonby and found the following elected trustees not weigh much. There is no heavy
good friends in Lawtey, and it was in to convey to the county the privileg a court martial at San Antonio, on for the ensuing two years: J. M. D. E. Knight, chairman; J. E. FutchA. lifting in either putting up or taking 3

fear of possible difficulties betweenthe of using for septic tank purposes, for a charge of furnishing military information I Brownlee, J. L. Underhill, J. J. Crosby, V. Long, Mrs. J. R. Halligan. down the tent.
friends of the contending parties sewerage for court house and jail o n Sanitation. With this
equipment
to Gerlnany. and a millage of three.mills to be as you may travel
that Deputy Sap called the sheriff to west side lots 6 and 7 of J. G. Alva The officers said a letter sent to sessed. Dr. A. H. Freeman, chairman; Dr: all over the country, stop where you 1

his aid. At toil writing Clark is r rez addition to Starke, so long as used Scharfenberg's relatives in Germany'' The board ordered an election to beheld J. P. Tomlinson, Joe Hill WilliamsSilas please as long as you please, and the

ported as doing well for said tank purposes. asserted that there were ten million in Hampton special tax district Kite, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, expenses above what it costs you to ;1I

Now since sewerage is installed i in Germans in this country ready to riseagainst No. 2 on the 4th of April, 1917, for the Mrs. J. S. Brown. live at home is only the gasoline for t
A DELUGE OF OILS. Starke, said tank is abandoned and the government in the eventof purpose of electing three trustees for Public Dump and Carting.J. the motor. With reasonable care the

will no longer be used. Therefore, the war with Germany. The letter was the ensuing two years and fix a levy. W. Andrews, Jr., chairman; F. T. quipment will last a life time. '

Monday morning when A. E. Moitt board of county commissioners on this5th intercepted by the British and turnedover Managers: G. W. Hicks, A. M. Williams 1' Norman, C. A. Futch, Mrs. G. C. Livingston If you can afford to own a car you
and his workmen came into the blacksmith day of March, 1917, in regular session to the United States. The officerssaid and J. M. Maxwell. Mrs. 0. J. Griffin, Mrs. J. F. can afford this equipment. It is on exposition -

shop they found a large part of hereby release said lots to saidC. the letter also predicted that President I, Board appointed Frank Fowler trustee Colley. at the Marks Buick Co's. office

the floor deluged with a black, viscid L. Peek from said septic tank privilege Wilson would soon be "put out at Ziff to fill unexpired term of Mr. Inspection'and Fire Prevention.W. G. C. Livingston's old stand. Mr. %.
lease. L. Wall, chairman; W. H. Philips Livingston will tell all about it.
fluid. On mination it was found or of the way. Hall, resigned.The you f-
H. C. Richard, J. R. Davis, Mrs.
that the faucet of a barrel of engine Man Ward __Pap________Allowance________________ 4.00 proposition of operating thigh he G. M. Sistrunk. S. A. L.
oil was open and that the barrel, which Martha Ratlin ________- 3.00 SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS. schools of Bradford county was Clean Streets Station Improvement.
had been nearly full Saturday, now Nancy Conner ._ ---- 1,0 0 taken under advisement for further and Alleys. T. J. Griffin, chairman; p. E. Canova
Vnejr Dyes _________ 2.00 Mrs. J. R. Davis, chairman; D. C. S. A.
was empty. The faucet of a barrel of Mrs. Brei! _-__-_-____________ 7.00'I'anda The school board met in call sessionon consideration. Jones, J. M. Mitchell F. F. G. Bryan, Dr. J. C. Wills, A. P. f
coal tar, which had been quite full: \! Thomas _______ ----3.0 with all members Petition for appointment of John Stump, Hoffman, Mrs. E. E. Canova, Mrs. W "
Feb.
________ 21, present. C. Livingston, N. B. Hull Mrs. J.o'. x
Lee Crosby -________ 10.00 Starling to fill term of Jim B. Young. _
was also open and the barrel empty. FmeHne Griffis __-_________ 3.00 The purpose of the extra sessionwas unexpired Kickliter, C. A. Mixon, W. G. Brooks,
Mr. Moitt has not an enemy in the Caroline Griff;* _______ a.ooI ably explained by Attorney J. E. Smith at Sampson City, referred to I Club House.
\ _________ 3.00 I, Mrs. J. C. Poppell, L. W. Kickliter, A. +
Mrs. D. M. Me Knight Chairman T. B. Pinholster for E. S.
world, so he was at first at a loss to Futch. Matters of interestconcerning adjustment Matthews, chairman J. E.
0. J. Campbell .___________________ 3.00'' general H. Johns, Perry Dover. ;
understand how it could have happened. Hanner Dval _________ Ii.00 the finances of the school Planting and Futch, N. T. Ritch, J. C. Poppell, J. T.
But it is now thought that children Wade McKnight ___________ 3. into Board adjourned to meet April 2nd Sodding.C. Quigley, Mrs. J. R. Halligan, Mrs. J.
Lirrie Will'sRufun __________________ i.00 board were thoroughly inquired F. Hoover, chairman; Mrs. H. C.
i had gained entrance to the shop Jaekton --- 3.00Mr with a view of closing up the financesof E. R. POPPELL, Sec'y.FINE Richard, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Nell S. Brown, L. C. Powell, A. M. Darby,
. and had experimented with the faucet .. N. D. Newmans _______;_____ .so old loans and ascertain the exact Hughes J. C. Hoover. Mrs. C. R. Ensey, Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. -
____ ,
till Martha Rim _________ BEEF. .
they got them open, then being.uf fi- Susan Keller ___ .---___ 10.00Wm. status of the financial condition of the Fly and Mosquito Extermination. f
able to close them, had become frighteled Lang; 3.00 board. School Grounds. "
A. L. Alvarez, of market Dr. E. T. Campbell, chairman Dr.
______ 2.50 one our ;
and taken to their heels. At the L.Rachel L. Hawn Stoke ---- 2.0 It was moved and carried that all men butchered a stall fed young cow A. H. Freeman, J. W. White, J. F. Ca J. C. Poppell chairman; Mrs. D. E.
present price of the liquids destroyed Joseph Bryant J-0 o bills drawn in favor of the trustees of Wednesday morning, that weighed, nova, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Miss Olive' Knight, Miss Olive Ray: Mrs. E. K.
the loss to Mr. Moitt is heavy. Lillie Hunter -80 the Special Tax School Districts for Stuck, Miss Vaughn.
W. J. Glisson 8-M dressed, 488 pounds. The cow, was a Ray, Mrs. C. A. Futch. _
Rachel Taylor ________ 2.00 incidental expenses of the local school graded animal and the fat was well Garbage DisposalMrs. A 'meeting of the chairmen of all
BASEBALL TOMORROW. Elizabeth lorenee Holton Hunter ______ %..0o district would be refused. distributed in the flesh. The beef was J. T. Quigley, chairman; Rev. the foregoing committees will be held .

The Starke High School baseball J.G Box -------------- 3..oo Adjourned until March 5, 1917. much admired by many and was quickly M. M. Fryer, Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, at the office of Comer L. Peek & Son,

. ,team begins its season Saturday afternoon Warren John Wriirht Hersey--.-- *a..00 00 sold at a high price.A Mrs. T. J. Griffin, T. N. Limbaugh. Tuesday evening, the 13th. inst., at "r
with a game with the Ocala Mrs. E. C. Crews and daqbter 8.08 The school board met in regular session I- few days ago Mr. Alvarez butchered Vacant Lots. 7:30. It is earnestly desired that each
High School. The Starke team has Thomas Martha Wilkinson DyaJ 4.00 JWAflic on )March 5 with Messrs. T. B. one of his stall fed steers, and the Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, chairman; J. M. chairman be on hand promptly. At this

pot in two weeks of strenuous practice Scott -,--- 2-JJ Pinholster, J. E. Douglass and J. C. carcass weighed, dressed, 500 pounds Truby, 0. J. Griffin, Miss Onie Edwards meeting special instructions will be
'$ad will be in condition to put up a Isaac Clerk -5- J- McRae present. But the animal was of the native breec Mrs. N. B. Hull, Mrs. A. Price, given as to the duties cf each committee -
,good game. Ocala has already played Leonard Newman Altman children--- fOO": The board designated Bradford and the meat did not have that marbled G. H. Bennett. and a campaign outlined.At .

.- game with .the Williston''Q'igh. Mrs. Peter Parmenter 3.00.00 County Telegraph to do general printing appearance of meat from grade* Children's Cooperation.T. the.close of. the meeting the ladies
>School and' Judging from the' s ere,', EniD Mien Edward Hiuinbotbam-__-- |00 as ordered by board and Bradford animals, and did not bring so high rpm H. Halligan, chairman; Miss Emma of the Civic Club served the entire : '
>IIaat have been a good game. k'-ve ry County Times, local printing.The as that of the cow last killed Darby, Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr, Mrs. D gathering refreshments of coffee,

: >wwe.and interesting game is expected.X. (Continued on Page 4.) "Hampton Special Tax District \ora1-Grade up your.. cattle. R. Edwards. Mrs. Joe Hill Williams. cocoa and sandwiches. a yI t

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH ,. 1.17.

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....t..e. ...i....... The man who takes pride in his home i vessels from their duty with the fleet, It Couldn't Be Done. \
: shop to make them clean, attrac- but a good proportion will be ready to
e or Shake
done Off
that it couldn't be That
said
tive and beautiful is easily interested I jump to the work at the shortest pos- Somebody Grip "
THE CLEAN UP AND PAINT >
with chuckle replied:
he
other But
safe. t sible notice. There are destroyers a
i in the proposition to make them
e UP CAMPAIGN AND ITSORGA..IZATlOs. <$ but he
it wouldn't .
of lesser character and many torpedo That "maybe
he has
In fact experience shows that I t
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8 a already been interested in making boats, but these are included would be the one When Spring comes with its changeable
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By Mrs. R. A. Weeks. 4 them safe. Make a man proud of any among what.is termed the "coast defense Who wouldn't say so till he'd tried. and your exposure it is best to clear weather
ofa away all
0 possession and you have already aroused force. So he buckled right in, with a trace left the '
in him a potent desire to preserve In addition to the efficient "mine grin *' symptoms after an attack of grip. That evil

that possession. 4 planters" under army control, the navy On his face. If he worried, he hid it. disease leaves you weakened, and whet its victim
Madam President-Friends: .But the well organized local "Clean has two mine squadrons, which in any He started to sing as he tackled the attempts to "do his bit" he exposes himself to the risk
The bane of public officials is the does not emergency also may be assigned to thing of asewM .
and Paint
Up Up" campaign attack, for which he is less prepared and which
citizen who lacks even a semblance of stop with the psychological fire pre- scouting patrol duty. Mine squadron That couldn't be done-and he did it. may have gram ._
interest in the community welfare. vention achievement. Definite fire pre- 1 consists of eight vessels, well adapted consequences. .
And strange as it may seem in a democracy to their work. Mine squadron 2 do
vention propaganda is an importantpart Somebody scoffed: "Oh, you'll never
absence of this interest, of every local campaign program. includes four vessels. It may be out that- There's Danger in Delay
seems to be pretty prevalent in the average Statistics show that a large percentageof of the question to utilize all these, as At least No one ever has done it;"

American community a fact fires start in accumulations of rub- they have important auxiliary duties But he took off his coat and he took off April and May are pneumonia months. in this time a weak <
that is acknowledged by many leadersin bish. The eliminations of those accum- with the fleet which must be ever his hat, ened system is a constant source of (danger, for the
public life and civic advance. A ulations is one of the first objects of and first the main consideration, but And the first thing we knew he'd be- and grip infections are in the air and after a long pneumonia winter
citizen would have the city" whatever of the will be availablefor the
probably
local campaign. The trash must some
is with
when the every gun it, body so clogged waste it cannot resist thenu-
that signify Fortify
name may always go first before the work of san- emergencies. Without doubting or quiddit.He the health the
any remove
catarrh and
is eliminated, improve the
of citizens
.
great body itation and beautification can proceed. Specially designated as the coast defense digestion
tackled the
keep the streets and alleys clean pre- Should I go into every phase of the forces, about fifty vessels are started to sing as he For 'Quick
rve the public and individual health, benefit to be derived from the "Clean I available in Atlantic ports. Some of thing PERUNA
eliminate all nuisances make every- Up and Paint Up" campaign I am I, them possess a fair value, a few are That couldn't be done-and he did it. Relief ,
thing in town spick and span and sat afraid the entire evening would be ta- well equipped and in good conditio-
isfactory-while the citizen sits back ken up and you would be cut out of such as the few cruisers and gunboatsand There are thousands who'll tell you it This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste
and looks on, or carelessly uses his influence hearing the many really good speakers the earlier torpedo craft embracedin cannot be done, from the body, counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay the
to counteract the efforts of who are going to talk to you this this category. Summarized, these There are thousands who prophesy inflammation that is catarrh, restore the regular appetite and
public servants to achieve the end he evening. Yet, I cannot stop without may be speedily mobilized; fifteen converted failure; tone up the entire system to resist disease. A veil man is safe.
demands. few "Clean yachts of the Spanish War period There are thousands to point out to
citing a reasons why a Up :. As a tonic after grip it has won commendations
-- many ,while
A Clean Up and Paint Up campaign,. and Paint Up" campaign makes business four cruisers, four monitors eleven you one by one, iveness in catarrhal conditions is unquestioned. Take no chances itseft'ect,
according to thousands of city and I better in many lines. It gives gunboats and twelve torpedo ves- The dangers that wait to assail you. Peruna. -Take
town officials, is a most potent combatant work to the workers, increased salesto ] sels-the other being special types and But just buckle in with a bit of a grin, Peruna Tablet
,
are always ready to take. You :
of slothful citizenry. First, the the merchants, increased demand to tugs. Then take off your coat and go to it. with you and ward off cold and chilL The liquid May carry m lag
medicine
campaign arouses the desire in men, manufacturers, higher prpertll- No public misconception equal to that Just start in to sing as you tackle the home if a great tafegaard. Protect your family. in josr
women and children for homes and ues, and increased demand to really in regard to our submarines is found thing
town beautiful and sanitary. Second, interests, reduced fire risks to insurance elsewhere among the sea units. We That "cannot be done"-and you'lldo The Peruna Company Columbus, Ohio ,
it impresses upon all the fact that and property owners, and at the have many submarines, many of which it. -Edgar A. Guest. I
cleanliness, thrift and civic pride are same time arouse all citizens to pull will be of good service. The Columbia ,
essentials by which they will be able together for a better home town. The if the flagship to the submarine force,, ---
: to satisfy that desire. Third, the cam- movement is linked so closely with every which consists of two divisions, the --_ ',
paign gives all something to do with trade and business interest in every first with four submarines asnsd sthe I --- ;
their hands and feet and heads for the city that it can hardly help win first with four submarines and the second I
civic good. And fourth, its educational the hearty endorsement of businessmen of three, all of L class. The ten- ..
influence remains steadily the ; and with that endorsement and der Bushnell mothering L-l, L-3 and I
year 'round and year after year auto- the resulting active co-operation the L-4 of the Atlantic fleet. At New Lon- : UP TO YOUr
matically eliminating many nuisances movement cannot but produce real re- don is the submarine base and school, '
caused formerly by carelessness or sults. Business men are accustomedto with the Fulton as the station ship, I
thoughtlessness.And "doing things." The forward move- with thirteen others stationed at various ,

because women are essentially ment that can enlist their support is points on the Atlantic coast. In ,,
housekeepers, they have come to see assured of success. With this in view, addition there are three other tenders, I -
the needs of civic housekeeping which the School and Civic Club asked your and the units belonging to each of the i n r i iI

is only homekeeping on a broader scale presence here tonight. We need the five stations are grouped in six di1sI I Sell Better GroceriesFor
Realizing more and more the fact that financial and active working supportof ions. All this, it must be remembered, ; I j'
our children are influenced in equal local business men, merchants, is exclusive of the destroyers, subma- : .
proportion by these outside appearances manufacturers, insurance agents, news rines, auxiliaries and all other types Less Money
: ; we are feeling deeply our whole paper men, realty interests, paint deal- assigned to the Pacific and Asiatic I I
duty to them in such betterment of ers, painters, carpenters and builders. stations. In all the government has t I !
community life as we are able to at- They can do more to advertise the thirty-nine submarines in commission, I Ii
tain. And because we felt the need campaign in a day than all of the pure- one cut of commission and ninety-nine I i Give Your Pocketbook
of such betterment of community life ly civic interests can do in a week. under construction or authorized. I I J
, among ourselves here in Starke, the They should be on every general cam- The work of concentration and cf I.. ; needed rest' .
women of the School and Civic Club paign committee. Bear in mind, that securing and transmitting information I a rf r
were glad to accept the invitation of at the same time the campaign offers has been wonderfully lessened by the :I
.' the national "Clean Up and Paint Up" the business man a very definite oppor- many wireless stations, public and private Ii
campaign bureau, with headquartersin tunity to practice enlightened selfish- now installed upon the coast and i Giye Your Bank Account I!
St. Louis, to start in this town a local ness, to actually increase his businessby inland. Taken altogether our Atlantic t : '
"Clean up and Paint Up" cam- magnifying his mission. coast line looked at simply from the I a chance to grow F
paign. You see, my friends, this "Clean Up standpoint of naval resources and I I ,
;. In 1912 Allen W. Clark, publisherof and Paint Up" campaign is a frank alliance leaving aside the capital improvements
!
I a trade paper in St. Louis, proposed of altruism and good business. made in the land emplacements, can be I I Highest cash price paid for chickens, eggs, sweet '

the idea of having a national "Clean fairly well protected. At any event, if potatoes and other country produce.
Up and Paint Up" campaign. It was HOW THE UNITED STATES WILL war comes the first shock, buffeted as : I '
tried out and proved a success, and PROTECT ITSELF. it is by the condition surrounding our I I : ._ t.
0I
has grown into a really national movement probable enemies, will find. a stout re- ----
Last year the national bureau sistance. I
Come and
co-operated with more than 4,900 cities Upon the declaration of war the first see us
.tl I and towns. duties of the navy are such a distribu- STEEL NET IS STRETCHED I Ii
tI The idea is to have every city and tion, rearrangement and mobilizationof 1

town set aside a definite period for the auxiliary forces as to furnish Across Entrance to New York Harbor I i
t. starting a general public and private adequate patrol and scouting squad- For Protection of Shipping. ;
i "Clean Up and Paint Up"' campaign rons for coast and offshore service. I Young Trading Co.If I
: to establish the fire ward slogan ev- These units will be employed in the I !
: erywhere and create in the public mind channels of domestic trade, off the NEW YORK, Feb. 28.-A steel net i
a spirit of enthusiasm and a sense of principal ports and near the vital arteries designed to protect the port of New I
intelligent co-operation; to enlist the of commerce; scouting for the York from hostile submarines and oth- \ I.
I.; active co-operation of the town authorities enemy's submarines, from which the er warcraft in event of trouble, was I I I Near Depot Starke Fla
in ,
I. : in all departments; in fact every- earliest forays may be expected. put place.
i body old and young; to be asked to While preparing in other directionsas For the present it will be kept in position -

j I ij 1 lend a hand to clean up property indoors speedily and energetically as may only between sunset and sunrise. '"
In .
, of its -
case construction
i and out, during the "Clean Up be, we need not be concerned for the war pro.vales ,
I!s i and Paint Up" campaign, and to keep present with the entrance into the for its being placed as a perma-
I nent barrier if
I r. it clean thereafter. quarrel of the main fleet of an op- naval requirements .
!. I I would hesitate to dwell in detail on posing power. The allies have both mand it. Three tugs and three de-I
,:, j; Starke's unsightly streets and corners. the Austrian and German ships con- ers from the New York Navy ,
lowered the
:1 ; All of you know the need of a thorough tained in home harbors, and instead of net early this morning tr
the bottom of the channel.
I j clean up, and with the "clean up" goes any relaxation because of the new Anchors I
. the "paint up" so necessary to make phase in the war this blockade will secure it to the bottom and buoys will
I the "clean up" permanent, and to make grow closer and more rigid, fortifiedon face.keep the top of the net near the sur- !

y things beautiful and create better liv- its outer zones by mine fields and ..
' ing and working conditions for every by an inspection the meshes of which Beginning tonight all vessels intend- ,
' will be more narrowly woven. The ing to enter this port will be requiredto

'. one.A "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign only energy that can break this is an- remain outside until next morning I
will remind the general publicof other sally of desperation by the lock- when a section of the net closing the :
the importance of this work. It ed up enemy and, what is unbelievable, channel will be removed, to be restored UNIVERSAL CAR
; will result in everybody taking hold the overthrow of the British grand again at sunset. Similarly no shipwill "
- t and making a thorough job of it, and fleet Therefore our participation in be permitted to sail except during -
' : experience in other places, where such any sea engagement with the Central the day, beginning tomoivow.
campaigns have been held, indicates Powers is so remote as to be negligible
t that after the campaign is over the What we have externally to guard MUST CLOSE OLD TAX BOOKS. 320,817 .

property owners are much more apt against in the beginning is the indus- .
to keep things clean than was the case try and boldness of German subma- Governor Catts Issues Strict Order to
before the matter had been so forcibly rines and possibly of stray marauders, Tax Collectors. Have been
built and
brought to their attention. whose reckoning must be sharp and actually delivered to retail buyers since August 1, 1916.
j The "Clean Up and Paint Up" move- short. -
: ment was conducted very successfully It is quite true that as yet this coun- Instructions have been issued by These figures- 320,817- represent the actual number of cars manufactured
.
q in 1915-16 in Maryville, Mo., Denver try is not sufficiently provided with the Governor Catts in the form of a letter by us since August 1st 1916 and delivered
by
; Colo., Boston Mass., Buffalo N. Y., constructions specially designed for that county tax collectors must discon- our agents to retail buyers.
Portland, Ore., Cincinnati 0., Mobile, scouting submarine chasing and con- tinue the practice of allowing to remain -
,, Ala., Portland, Me., Hartford.. Conn., tinued patrol Nor have we the sour- open the tax books of the prev- This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars makes it necessary for us to ;
; and thousands of other towns. In ces of supply in steam or powerequipped ious year after the new ones have been confine the distribution
: these places enthusiastic campaigns fishermen, trawlers or pleasure opened. This, he said, is not in accord- of cars only to those agents who have orders for immediate .

; were carried on that resulted in tons craft upon which the allies have been ance with law and several of the col- delivery to retail customers.. rather than to permit t- stockcars
agent >
; of rubbish and waste matter being carried -I. able to draw with such wonderful suc- lectors, he has been informed, are following in any
away to the dump, hundreds of cess for winter work in the North Sea the practice. His letter received anticipation of later spring sales.
( dull and grimy buildings being beautified and on the Mediterranean. It is also by B. M. Dowling contains the

with a coat of paint, and many quite true that, despite its splendid be- following instructions: We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they themselves .
: lawns and yards being trimmed up, ginning, our motor boat fleets are not "To those who have not been prompt may protect
flower beds put in and neighborhoods ready in numbers or in quality to un- and have allowed the closing of one against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, therefore, you
beautified. dertake the work to satisfy the rigorous book to be postponed until after another are planning to purchase a Ford advise
car
This is indeed a movement for homes conditions imposed by the patrol book has been opened, I desire to we you to place your order and ...
and towns beautiful and to promote of our bitter coast in its winter nor- say that this letter is intended to give take delivery now.
cleanliness thrift and civic pride, and mal.However you notice sufficiently in advance that
should appeal to every public spirited we are far from helplessand this year you will be expected to close Immediate orders will have prompt attention.
citizen. The "Clean Up and Paint Up" are favored further by the proximity all tax books open, file your reports of
campaign is along the lines of other of the bases of supply we can the land sold for taxes and your list of .
improvements now being inaugurated provide for recruiting and refitment. errors and insolvencies and close your Delay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several months.
for community betterment. Activity In all the circumstances attending this accounts with the state and county be-
along this line means much to any ar'-ety of sea war-for there are many fore Oct. 1. This letter should be am- Enter your order today for immediate delivery with
community in more wholesome and conditions to diagnose and many reme- ple notice and I trust you will govern our authorized Ford agent
healthful conditions. Then, too, a dies to be applied under our peculiar yourselves accordingly.You listed below and don't be disappointed later on.
. campaign of this kind if a step forward environments-our main reliance must ,
L- along fire prevention lines. It be the number and character of the destroyers Need a Spring Laxative. PRICES;
is bound to rid homes factories, stores that can be spared from the Dr. King's New Life Pills will Run W$345. Tonrint Cu 1360. Coupelet $505 Ford Motor C
and public buildings of accumulationsof force for the Atlantic patrol. the accumulated wastes of win-remove Tow. Car =595, Sedan $645, f.o.b. Detroit O.

rubbish that are liable to start fires Broadly generalized the navy has ter from your intestines the burden of
- ? and so are a menace to the community. three destroyer flotillas in the North the blood. Get that I
I From the very nature of its principles Atlantic consists of three flagships, fever feeling out of your sluggish system spring, and I A W. & G. A. ANDERSONStarke

,! the "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign two tenders, nine divisions and fifty- brighten your eye, clear your complex-
r ; has from its inception been a two destroyers. All these are excel- ion. Get that vim and of good Florida '
right hand ally of the fire prevention lently fitted in size, speed, endurance purified healthy blood. Dr.snap King's New :
movement. "Homes and Town Beautiful and good habitability for scouting, pa-j Life Pills are a non-griping laxative
'f and Sanitary" has ever gone hand trolling and chasing submarines. It that aids nature's process, try them ]
; in hand with "Homes and Towns Safe" may not be possible to divert all these tonight. At
druggists 25c.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE +
FRIDAY MARCH 9, 1917.


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS INVESTED TEN MEN DROWN IN SEEKING sailors on the Louisiana threw out life :.ed overboard. Fearing that if he were .

IN DYE AND DRUG PLANTS TO AID STRANDED STEAMER belts, but the men were lost in the pulled in the boat would overturn, his

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. darkness and only their cries could I I comrades lashed him to the side and '

Gain is Due Chiefly to Europe's Demand OCEAN CITY, Md., March .-Ten heard.The made their way to snore.
for Explosives. men from the coast guard cutter Yam- captain of the Louisiana flashed Capt. Ridgley then ordered out a ;

Live State News acraw went to their death last nightin a wireless to Capt. Ridgley that his third boat. It contained A mess boy of
men were drowning and the latter
WASHINGTON Feb. 26.-Advance a raging storm off this place in a launched 17 and a negro seaman. The sea plug
a second boat with four men.
of
customs figures indicate that American futile attempt to take off the crew In this boat was the wireless operator came out and the boat sank. William

I Told by Our Exchanges. J manufacturing plants have exported the oil steamer Louisiana, agroundon thus preventing the cutter from get- Hogarth, the mess boy seized a polein
sand bar two miles out.
L in the past calendar, chiefly Three a lifesaving crews from Ocean ting any more news from the stranded a fish pound near by and managedto
.
---- through New York harbor, more than ship. get ashore. The negro was drowned. -
North Beach and Isle of Wight
PERRY.-A show man blew a returned there because the postoffice $124,000,000 in drugs, dyes and chem- station City had been to the Louisiana ear- i In a terrible fight with the waves Late tonight none of the bodies

bugle quite unexpectedly on the streets could not find the person to whom it icals, as against less than $27,000,000in lier to take off the crew, but the captain one of the seamen a negro, was wash- had been washed ashore.
morning, and half a dozen was addressed. The handwriting was 1913. This line of industry has ex- i
Wednesday said the vessel was in no immed-
who were standing on Blood- that of an uneducated person. The envelopes panded since the war in Europe began
of the
men telling what they bnld which Mr. Cook was using here far more than any other in a similar iate danger. Capt. Ridgley
worth's corner Yamacraw in to rockets later,
thought it was a refuting bore the northern address for returnso period in- the history of the country. answer 1
launched and I"A.
ordered his boat
officer and had business over he decided the envelope had been i Practically every concern in the nation large CREWS'Blacksmith
immediatelyBRADENTOWN.According. stolen out of his St. Petersburg home. that can make alcohol or coal tar de- eight men under a quartermaster were L.
Brooklyn sent in feet
in He notified the police here. The wom- rivatives has joined in the rush to supply out a sea running twenty
The lifeboat and
to the an who wrote the letter was located, .Europe's armies with explosive high. was swamped
the nine into the The and
1915-1916 of the and she told where Rogers could be needed to fill American-made shells. men pitched sea. WheelwrightPLOW

zeport for commission the years of the state of found. Rogers is now in jaiL The dye situation is most pleasingto
shell fish the United States and indicates a
Commissioner
Florida, sent out by On her WORK A SPECIALTYAll
industry.
new and permanent
Manatee. county has nearly ST. PETERSBURG.-After a day'svacation
Hodges, of cultivated oysters. Of Aviator Jack McGee resum- last trip to the United States the .

.300 acres this report does not take intoconsideration ed his jying and took 11 passengersfor Deutschland offered German dyes at t Work GuaranteedRAIFORD
course i pound but finally disposed of them
$9 a ,
the large acreage on rides in the sky Monday. P. R.
state receives no revenueand Brown, a Grand Army veteran 77 at $4.50 when her owners found Amer- '
the
which ican dyes selling for $5 a pound. The :-: FLORIDA
have not been listed. years of age, who is spending the win-
which
Germans claim the American dyes are i
ter with Mr. Bartlett on Ninth street
north the first Mr. not fast, but the Americans insist that LiIiNMillions
was
MIAMI.-The giant causeway now Brown is the oldest passenger passenger.McGee the quality is the same as the imported ----- .. -
across Biscayne bay r.
.
construction
under has ever carried and he proved to be product.The
and the ocean, at a
Miami United States Steel corporation,
between the most enthusiastic one McGee has
of $600,000,will require 2,868 carsC09t the Consolidated Gas company the SMOKE
if all of ever taken into the &2r. After Mr.Brown's .
constructive material, and Standard Oil and other large
of first flight when McGee was company -- -
metal to be used in its constructionwere manufacturing concerns have joinedthe
the starting in the yacht basin Mr. Brown
rolled into a bar one-quarter of procession and are producing coal
spoke up and said he had not enoughand
reach to
inch in diameter it would tar and "intermediates" from gases ALL PUREHAVANA
an wanted McGee to take a flight
-
and back is the estimate to
New York again over the city with him. Aviator McGee and liquids that formerly went
of the builders. The causewaywill i waste. In the coke industry byproduct -
J started his engine again and sailed
be about three miles long. It will into the air. He took Mr. Brown far ovens have replaced the old type.
have a roadway 20 feet wide, a side- over the city and went as far as the The popular cigar of the South. Made by the I

walk 5 feet wide on one side and an Plaza Hotel inland. BEANS ARE NOW A LUXURY. STARKE CIGAR
electric railway- track on the other COMPANYGeo.
-
side. There was once a time .when the
ST. AUGUSTINE. Robert
Epherma L Massey Prop. . Starke
in negro died in then city Saturday afternoon bean was held in such low esteem on Fla.
ARCADlA.-Every fruit grower from the injuries received account of its cheapness that the gov-

the state should learn a lesson from when a boiler of the Florida East ernment fed it to soldiers. We used
the progressive spirit shown by the to refer to soldiers "poor devils" r
Coast Railway locomotive No. 66 exploded -
Welles Brothers in saving their fine at San Sebastian. He was because they had nothing to eat but
the
Nocatee. During recent -
grove near thousand frightfully scalded and that he survived beans. of
freeze they kept several the trip to this city was marvelous.As Beans were consumed in large quan- housewives know this is the

smudge pots going and the result is far as could be learned from those titiec by the army and by poor pea truth-they realize the cost of i a

their fine orange grove looks like a big familiar with the circumstances attending ple, including newspaper persons who single bake-day failure. That'swhy The Health ResortOF
the distance, instead of
black cloud in I the accident, the engineer left frequented the low-browed restaurantsTo stick Calumet.
the brown condition of practically all: I the locomotive in charge of his negro realize fully the low station of the they to

groves not thus protected. The the or fireman and the latter failed to draw bean at the time one need only remember Be on the safe side-avOid dis-

chard is full of fine fruit yet on the fire or to replenish the water in that the jitney restaurantswere appointments-use Calumet next bake-
and there is not a doubt that all called "beaneries." of uniform resultslearn'why
trees, the boiler. When water was turned in day-be sure
this will bring fancy prices. The advance the boiler, it was red hot and the result But that was back in the days when Calumet is the most economicalto THE TOWNThe
in fruit alone will doubtless pay was terrific explosion. During the the Primrose, Barlow.and West minstrels buy and to use. It's pure in the j
for the cost of firing, to say nothing of absence a of the engineer the firemen represented the highest type of can-pure in the baking. OrderEowl!J

the protection to the trees. permitted two other negroes to board theatrical divertisement and peopleate Retired HiaL..t

the locomotive and both of them were dinner at noon. Award. most popular health resort of any town is
House better A few days our fireside compan- N.. C.F 8.1 Fr.-
( ago '
CITY-Raymond
LAKE killed, one instantly and the other dying -
the
known as "Dutchy") suffered a ser- after terrible suffering. ion discovered that beefsteak wasgrowing r. Slip P..I.. drug store. ;
c.
Wednesday morning to be somewhat above our ,

ious while accident dynamiting on fish in Lake Ham- station in life and expressed the fear' Be When other means fail, you can call on your 31
, GAINESVILLE.-Joseph Dion, who
that starvation imminent.
occurred was I
: burg. As soon as the explosion owns the 10 in 1 show, with the Sibley druggist. 1 *
Doctors A. J. P. Julian and "Fear not, little one said we; Safe-'I' I .
, called and found Superb Shows which are holding a I "beans shall sustain us and keep us ..
Dwight Rivers be were serious that it was carnival all this week in Gainesville alive. From time immemorial the peo- UsCheap And he always responds. ,
to so
the injury
under the of the local orderof
both hands just I auspices ple have fallen back upon this faithful
to amputate
necessary above the wrists. He was taken at the Woodmen of the World was un- vegetable in time of stress." When you get a prescription from your doctor
! til recently the proud of the
these physicians possessor So we hied to the grocer to buy
t once to the office of taken of. In only horse in the world' having ele- enough beans to last us until spring.We bring it to us.
and the operation care"Dutchy"lost phant skin.' Blue Bell as the horse thought about 75 cents would turn B Cq al r
r addition to the above injury was known, was been owned and ex- the trick. '
and concern I It is safe here.
his right grave
eye .
sight of his left hbited for many years and was well "Beans retail at $7.50 a bushel," said i
the
t l is felt concerning known throughout the United States *

: eye. At this writing he is fairly com- I and Canada. She was over 30 years of the"On grocer.account of the war?" we gasp- I We fill it exactly as it calls for, as your health

(1 fortable. age and was absolutely without a hair. ed weakly, as we clutched a cracker is our mainconsideration.We .
i ri li The skin was of a steel blue color Blue barrel for support. I

ORLANDO. The county commissioners : Bell had been off her feed for several "No," he replied. "Not on accountof 40'M

:. of Orange county expect to ddy and before she could be taken from the war but on account of the j never substitute, and never use inferior

i know in 'a few days just how many the cars Monday succumbed to the rav- price." medicines. >

I vats will be required in this county for ages of age. Mr. Dixon spent nearlythe We told him we had always bought
of cattle to eradicate entire day skinning the body and
t systematic dipping beans for 90 cents a bushel but that
the cattle fever ticks in one sea- will have the skin mounted for exhibi- didn't seem to affect him. We bought That's why we have so many customers.

t son, as a cattle survey was started tion purposes. three dozen beans and took them Home. {

.: last week. Dr. A. C. Stever, veterinary The wife will make a necklace of them

inspector for the United* States MONTGOMERY AND CHATTANOOGA -New York Mail. 4BA10NC' .
bureau of animal industry, working FLOOD THREATENED k '

, under direction of Dr. E. M. Nighbert I TREES NOT KILLED. Mitchell's Drug Store
-
, inspector in charge of a booth at thesubtropical
MONTGOMERY March 6.-Five of
made arrangements -
fair and
!@ E. G. Olmsted one the Southern states-Tennessee, Ala- Everything is like summer time, but L

n for Dr. 0. inspectors, to bama, Georgia, North Carolina and we still look for more cold. The freezeof 0 Registered Graduate Druggist
Ii' of the government's of locating Virginia-are threatened with disas- Feb. 3rd-did considerable damageat CMI '

.make a survey for vats.the purpose. I trous floods. Lake side, but not like some sup- Starke Florida aJ
sites for
Rivers already are over their banksin posed. It was thought by many that ,
r I It Eastern Tennessee, Southern Geor- the orange trees were killed, and some I and big canBaHng do not m i
\ LAUDEiD L .After all the dead. save you money. Calumet does-it's Pure ; 11"T.
until
} FT. gia and Eastern Alabama with consid- say yet they are '-
l; trouble the counties of Florida have eramle property damage and hundreds M. W. Lee held all the while they and far superior to sour milk and soda

I t 1 had with shortage of funds, worthless homeless in Tennessee. So far no loss were not dead. Now he is satisfied ItI

t warrants, non-payment of teachers,, of life has been reported. they are not, for they are showing

etc, it remained for Broward county,, The floods are the result of heavy growth, with the dead leaves on Some I
11 the baby of the state to devise a plan rain for the past several days throughout have shed the dead leaves and are

\ I T>7 twhich those who have rendered the South. Flood stages in the ten green out to the ends of the limbs and IF YOU BUY LUMBERNOyou x

service to the county may obtain the rivers are predicted on the present full of bloom buds. Well .
t cash therefor. They have planned a rainfall. Generally rain or snow is the :Mr. Lee says his early peach trees Now

t certificate which reads as follows: This forecast for tomorrow in the five were hurt worse than orange trees, fora

is to certify that the account of So states affected, but fair weather is few of them are dead. I
I So has been audited "Thcdfurd'i. Black-Draught ... will avoid and vexations when ; '
and So with So and promised for Tuesday.The M M MB HM M Bav HaM. a* delays

t and approved and will be paid threatened floods cover a wider WOMEN STORM WALDORF IN is. the best all-round medicine the building rush I
spring comes on.
available. This EFFORT TO SEE GOVERNOR
! whenever the funds are area than any floods recorded in the
I is signed by the proper authorities and South in recent years and all indica- lever used" writes J.A. I II

i can be cashed at the bank. Palm Beach tions are that in some places, partic- NEW YORK,Jeb. 24-After partic- Steelman, of PattonvUle,Texas. I I -.you will have a complete and well selected
i has followed Broward and adopted the in Eastern Tennessee, they will
ularly
in meeting at the I stock from which to make selection
ipating a mass "1 suffered terribly with lira your own i
same system. be the most disastrous in many years.
I square to protest against the high cost
of food, several hundred women stormed troubles and could get no relict
AND CULTIVATE and will surely get better prices, as after -
QUINCY.-The quantity of whiskey PLOW DEEP the Waldorf Astoria this afternoonand you
said I had
The doctors
coo-
f that has been accumulating in the office SHALLOW. demanded to see Gov. Whitman. building starts in the spring wholesalers

of the sheriff under the law au "Plow deep while sluggards sleep When the request was refused they sumption. I could not work it

thorizing that official to confiscate all and you will have corn to sell and started a demonstration which required all I tried are sure to advance prices, and retailers
Finally
shipments that in his judgment are unreasonably keep." the police reserves to quell. Gov. must do the same.
large will be publicly de- That is a bit of general advice which Whitman was at another hotel.

stroyed Monday, March 12, upon the will work just as well with cotton. In Several persons were injured when THEOFORB'SBUCK

order of Judge Love. The sheriff is 'art, C. A. Williams, of Bell, has triedit the police were forced to charge a

somewhat undecided about the manner for many years and is known among crowd. One woman, believed to have .
t in which he will dispose of the 250 gal his neighbors. as a good farmer. been knocked down was found in the We specialize in high grade interior and exterior

Ions on hand, as most of it is in pint Mr. Williams selects well drained street unconscious. Four arrests were I! finishings. .

bottles that cannot be broken on the lard in which to plant his corn and made. ; ..

streets. The Big Ditch that has beer cotton and plants the seeds in dead Governor Whitman, at the Hotel I
a source of annoyance to the city for furrows. While the crop is growinghe Stregis told a committee from the DRAUGHT We can supply any grade from the cheapest

many years, may be chosen as the gives it frequent' shallow cultiva- Madison Square meeting, who calledon to the best, but "
grave for old John Barleycorn, but lest tion, and when the crop is laid by the him, he would do everything in his

the hopes of some of his friends be surface of the field is level. He be power to co-operate with the mayor in and to my surprise 1101 better, YOU GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU PURCHASE
raised be it known that the bottles lieves the yields of many crops are reduced -I securing legislation early next week
*ifl be broken. by deep cultivation which cuts which would permit the city to appro- and am to-day as weD as any

off many of the roots of the plants. priate money to buy food and relieve man."Thedford'sBlack.Draught .

g ST. PETERSBURG.-A negro named the distress. is a general, cathartic, '

Gus Rogers has been arrested on surge Bad Colds From Sudden Changes. vegetable liver medicine, that lumber & o.
of being the burglar who broke Spring brings all kinds of weather Quigley Supply
colds and the revivalof Make your letterheads advertise has been regulating irregularities -
into the house of C. J. Cook. Rogersu and with it come : k'
individuality
arrested following some good detective winter coughs and hoarseness. Dr. your business. Give'them of the liter stomach and ..

work by Nichols, the plainclothes Bell's Pine Tar Honey will head off a make them distinctive Use ,good noticeable stock, bowels, for over 70 years. Get -(. 1Starke -
-not commonplace.
sooth-
clue oft cold or stop the old one the f1orlda.
who followed the new
man,
throat and and have them printed by the Tele- a package today. Insist on the f
return address on an envelope. Mr. ing balsams relieve the sore !
e Cook's winter home here was burglar- heal the irritated tissues. Get a bottle graph. gemdne Thedford's. &70 I

J d several months ago. Recently Mr. today and start a treatment at once

Cook received a letter at his home iiwajhamton ]l At'your druggist, 25c. Formula(1)on Trespass cards for sale at this office.
'
N. Y.. which had beer.]l the bottle.

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f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAPKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY.
PAGE FOUR MARCH 9
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LAWTEY ITEMS. All day Sunday we had a strong
will make labor scarcer than heretofore MYSTERIOUS PAINS AND ACHES
r radford
County Telegraph bi wind from the South, which was suc-
prison labor will be almost a necessity -
of road (Continued From Page 8.) ceeded by a shower. During Mondaythe
for the prosecution
i Make Life Hard to Bear For Many thermometer went down graduallyand

t Published Weekly, and entered as second work and several other. industries. f Starke Women Mr. Earl Whidden, of Raiford wasa by Tuesday morning frost covered X1.3ESRECIAILLY'

r' class matter at the post-office at THE VOICE OF THE 'G ATOR.The Too women- mistake their visitor to Lawtey Friday. the ground in places. Exposed strawberry -

;'. Starke Florida. pains and many aches for troubles peculiarto Mr. W. H. Hodges, of Columbia blossoms and berries were injured -
transacting business in the frost.
f' "Alligator" is issued by the stu- the sex. More often disordered county, was by

;: E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner dents of the Florida University at kidneys are causing the aching back, Lawtey Cashier Tuesday.Stewart of'the Lake Butler i __
Gainesville. This class of young men headaches and irregular '
spells
dizzy
EL E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor Bank and Mr. Townsend, were two RAFTED
can usually not make the American urination. Kidney weakness becomes FOR
Butler business men YOUR
I ,." eagle scream loud enough for their dangerous if neglected. Use a time- who prominent transacting Lake business In Law- RUB OUT PAIN -- STAT( ''r
were
: Some Florida papers have for years satisfaction. We are therefore sur- tried kidney remedy-Doan's Kidney ;;;,

I in every issue, poured their vials of prised to see the following editorial Pills. Hosts of people testify to their tey Messrs.Tuesday.V. R. Reddish E. E. and II. with good oil liniment. That's FRE0;{_"J"

wrath over the "knockers. If this squib in the 'Gator. Wether the boys merit Read a Starke case: Wilson visitors the surest way to stop them. .
and J. E. were
':'. procedure had been a cure, the knockers are "right or wrong," it shows that Mrs. M. V. Hazel, Broadway, Starke W. Burney Jacksonville Tuesday. |The best rubbing liniment is ,

:, would hive got well from knock- they make use Justice B. D. Kelly, of was
ing long But these men are fos- "The Gainesville Sun that
ago. says every Pills on different occasions for back- OUR
sils who read nothing in the papers but citizen of the United States should be ache and other symptons of kidney in Lawtey Tuesday on business. INSTRUCTIVE. )

the obituaries and notices of sheriffs'sales. for her, right or wrong. The arguments complaint and they have given me Miss Rebecca Whitehead and little MUSTANGLINIMENT CATALOGUE AND -'
Cecil have been spending sev-
nephew, ,
put forth are good but they I .
great relief. (Statement given Mar. eral days visiting relatives in Jack- WEEKLY
fail to convince us that we should get
I 10, 1911.) PRICE
"Amer- sonville. LISTI
r Voce Bethmann-Hollweg says ourselves killed just because some poor
the Results That Remain. Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke was transact-
ica will yet thank Germany. For
pusillanimous, unsophisticated 'unpa-
love of Mike and in the name of Sam I triotic, demendted boob takes,it into Over three years later, Mrs. Hazel ing business in Jacksonville last Fri- +I SEND FOR'

Hill for what? For causing in this I his head to bulldoze Germany in the said: "I have the same high praisefor day and Saturday.Dr. I THEM TODAY

country, the peacefully-inclined, busy name of the whole American peopleby Doan's Kidney Pills now as I did Farnell, of Raiford was a visi- Good far the Ailments of --=

United States, the necessity for considering going for a pleasure ride an an when I gave them'my endorsement tor to Lawtey Saturday.The Hones, Mules, Cattle, Etc. '

compulsory military service English or French boat which he sometime ago. They have given me Lawtey board of trade was re- N SEED m '

and keeping a stupendous army train- knows Germany must destroy or be lasting results." organized last Monday evening with a .Good for your ottr Aches '
.
. ed in the art of war-and for all the wiped out of existence. A man that Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't very promising outlook before them. reittsj n fc_'Lo.._ .. ?onuxu O JACKSONVIOL I'IJ j.. .

distress and sorrow caused by a war risks his life certainly has the right to simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoaa's New officers were elected and commit-I Cuts, Burns, c*' -To Cure Coiij I -=.
a in
.
. made by Germany ,for no real cause? know that he is fighting for a good Kidney Pills-the same that tees appointed. The board will meet 25e. SOc.$1. At T One Dty
all
Clearwater Sun. cause. Even at that is is bad enough. Mrs. Hazel has twice publicly recom again next Monday evening and every \I ale[ eLAXAnVEEJi.OdOQlUable.ltltote, sad works 01 tJac __

-S mended. Foster Mflburn Co., Props., citizen in this community is urged to DrereiiU refund moue; U it bib cur;

The congress adjourned without empOwering SCAT, ECLECTIC EXAMINERS. Buffalo, N. Y. 25 be present as there are a good many ', S. W. GROVB-S ncutttc OB each bS. rat.

President Wilson to arm I -- necessary future improvements to be --
-
piles Cored la 0 to H Days -= ...
the
American merchant ships against As to the righteousness of Governor discussed and other important mattersto
German submarines. An old Greek Vow druggist will refund money If PAZO be transacted.1The )
Catta' beheadings opinions have OINTMENT fails to cure any cue of Itching. Plant
philosopher said that "In. many counselors differed, but that his last action in this Blind.Bleeding Protruding Pile in 6tol4d yj. Lawtey Booster Club was much Peanuts..-Supply Scarce
wisdom and he migbhave The first application gives Ease and Rest. SOc.
there is
,
direction is just no one will doubt. .see-I

added "-and irresponsibility." was White Spanish. One Crop ______._ ________ Be. IBt
The four medical schools who practicein assessed. G. W. Hicks. J. M. Maxwell. A. M. North ---- ________'S1.75
The sixty-fourth congress goes on rec Florida have their medical Williams appointed as managers.E. last week. These entertainments were Extra Carolina. Two Crop -"___ ______________. -4 ILtt
own examiners Early Kinn Cotton Seed ____ _________ 255 1.K
__
ord for perpetrating the most unpa- R. POPPELL. not only entertaining but were tducat- Sosnoaki Sea -- __-_.__ LH
and the Eclectic examiners fcland Cotton Seed
: ____._______
8-9-41. :
Secretary.NOTICE .50 .
triotic action in many years. We are have been under a cloud for some time ing, and they were very well attended. Selected jBIoomfield-tf Tom 77" Bushel Prolific Flint"Seej"Corn ___________= 2.SO %"

proud that no Florida member of the The club, as a whole, are co-oper- Reclealled Watson Melon Seed _u___ ---------_______ Ib'' 60e in S-Ib UI
suspected of issuing fake licenses. FOR BIDS. Iiejrgar Weed Seed II______ ________1 j lota
congress opposed President Wilson' Through the cleyer work of Dr. Lopez Notice is hereby given that the Board of ating with the newly reorganizedboard Sudan Graaa Seed ----__-__--___.____ ------ ___L%* Ib 25e in 6-tt Iota
measure for the benefit and honor of County Commissioners in and for Bradford of trade and improve- Natal Grass Seed .---_--'___ ______ ------_______ lb'Ib'45c in S-tb led
of the many ------ 3Sc in
and Arcadia
Attorney Burton Count Florida will receive proposals at their or Japan Clover :____..... .. __..... i 5-1tI1ota
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the country. medical gentlemen have been trapped, regular meeting on Monday. April 2nd. 1917. ments are promised for the near fu- 100 Day Velvet Bean -----_ ___-___ --- --___ .30e ID' 25e in 6.1I1eu
for the furnishing of one steel cage of sufficient Chinese Velvet Bean :r. ____-__ --- $H* SA 11..0 iD 5-Bo. lotaBIoomheld
found guilty of issuing diplomas from ---- _____ __________
All
A NEW "CRUSADER. rise to house eighteen prisoners, one ture.Mr. kinds of Sorybuma DentBSeed
and Corrns
extinct colleges at from $300 to $500. small wall tent and one large tent fly. and Mrs. A. A. Smith were visitors R'hite Hickory King Hastings Millets.Prolific Yellow and Write MBryylsad': ...
'" each, and of granting licenses to most. Done and ordered la open session of said to Kingsley lake last Sunday.Mr. priC"tI in large lot& Write for ro.pl.le eta utalope.Brabham and Iron Cow Peu. Ask for
board on this 6th day of March A. D. 1917.
A "health crusades" says: "Sh an anybody for a consideration. The culprits S. T. DOWLING. and Mrs. John Teston, of JacK- Nursery & Seed Co. Monticello .

coffee and pickles. Coffee is worse than are, Drs. Geo. L. Dickerson and Chairman Board County Commissioners sonville were visiting relatives in Florida
beer. It takes the kidneys sixteen Bradford County. Lawtey Sunday.
Frank Gervalds.or( Gervals), of Jack- Attest:
hours to get rid of a cup of coffee. An sonville, and Dr. V. K. Gendra (or W. T. WEFKS. Clerk. 3-9-41. Everybody invited to attend the

ostrich couldn't digest pickles." Jindra), of Tampa. The firs!$ and the I Lawtey Sunday school convention next = .. --- ----....;;;;;.-

Unadulterated coffee in: moderngsantitiea last mentioned have been arrested and NOTICE. Saturday and Sunday. The usual Sun- -: : <> )0 = -:..
I .
is not injurious. Drunk to Pursuant to Chapter 6421, Acts of 1915 all day morning services fill be held in
, all of them have been deposed. license, occiirational professional and license I
excess it is hurtful, just as cold wa It can be proven that fake doctors, on automobiles and of every description are all the churches. The program fol- Northern GrownStrawberry J s

ter is when drunk to excess. Coffee practicing through licenses furnished due and payable on October' lit of each and lows: .
every year at office of tax collector. I have
, : has peculiarly sustaining properties by the Eclectic examiners, have caus- tried to be lenient in the collection of the Saturday evening, 7 o'clock at the

and for that reason is much valued by: the death of two or three persons in above licenses and not cause hardship on the M. E. church, South:. Plants 4 :
soldiers on fatiguing marches. Except public generally. I am now called on for each De.votional-Rev.
in their cal- T. B. Lawrence.
Florida through ignorance license of the county, and for information to
when imbibed in immoderate quanti ling. The governor has issued a request you provided you have not paid same. I will "Why I Believe in Sunday Schools" For best results, Florida growers should buy Northern ;
ties we do not see how coffee can overtax of nroeeed to collect same by authority prescribed -Rev. A. T. Galloway. strawberry plants in grown .k
all citizens inform him
to
to February March
by law if not paid by April 1st Do you want and April to propagate their -
the kidneys. fake doctors practicing in the state, extra expense added? If not. attend to same Address, "Efficiency" Rev. R. C. plants for fall setting. 1,000 plants will usually produce
What the "crusader" says about that the Eclectics by above date. Weidler, state superintendent Sunday set two The first enough to
and it is probable acres. cost of the plants is small, and it
pickles is truthful for they are B. M. DOWLING pays to
I more will not be found to be the only sin- 392t. Tax Collector. school association. I buy the best..hen's plants are guaranteed true-to-name
hard to digest and the commercial article Sunday afternoon at the well rooted healthy,
ners. We have enough of pistol toter? Baptist and packed to reach in
you as good condition
q is often colored by injurious ,in in the state to shorten life and need no FINANCIAL STATEMENT. church, 2:30 o'clock: ,.1 had dug them from your own field. The best plants the as if you

ti gredients. However, if fruits, freshor medicos for that purpose.COMMISSIONERS Monthly financial statement of Bradford Devotions-Rev. A. T. Galloway. Our Price to all Florida growers for best arc cheapest

preserved, were more freely used county, for the montbof January and February Address-Proper Sunday school or- plants is $2.75 per 1,000 delivered quality MISSIONARY ,
1917. ; all charges PREPAID.
. the craving for pickles notable in many MARCH MEET. General Find ganization-Rev. R. C. Weidler; Lady Cornelia, Lea, Gandy and Aroma at Klondyke .

persons would not be so great. The ING HELD MONDAY Balance Jan. 1, 1917 --_--::______'_1.060.32 Five Minutes Talks-Revs. W. I* employ no agents, and same price, if wanted. We I
. t "crusader" would probably recommend Receipts during month of Januaryand Overstreet pay no commissions, everybody pays the same.
l i February -______.____-n-. 632.62- T. B. Lawrence and A. T. You get full value of your money, in plants that are the
"predigested" breakfast foods as the .: worth price.
Disbursements during months Galloway. If have :
of Jan--"
not
used
I only proper food; yet many medical (Continued From Page 1.) ,nary and February'C.-- -.!.'-_-1.2E6.04 How to handle Teen" they you think of our plants, ask anyone who bail used them what. :
1 authorities condemn predigested foods J Balance March 1, 19177,_.._____, 336.90 age. them. You cannot afford to take a chance with
-- Warrants outstanding ferareh 1. 1911_. 51.70 What they expect from the Sunday plants. You need the best. So send poor
direct to
i because they render the stomach weakthrough Henry Mitchell ____________ 2.04 Fine and Fsrfeitsre Fend School;-Mr! Charles Hess. promptly with full us. All orders shipped f
'i inactivity. What are we to James Parruh __________________ 2-00. I Balance Jan. 1. 1917 _____. 347.94 How to Get them count of good plants. The kind that makes you ;
____ Receipts to Sunday School want them'
Catherine Hampton ___ 2.00 during months of January again next year '
do? Pickles hurt the stomach because Addie Silcox ______________-- !.50 and February -___________-___ 276.78 -Mr. H. C. Peace. ,
t they are hard to digest, breakfast Hannah Hair's _________________ 2.50 Disbursements during months of January How to hold them in the .
foods hurt because too Elizabeth GooUby _-_:'________ %.50 and February.____?_____ 506.57 Sunday
they are easy Clan Sparkman _______ -_ 2.50 Balance March 1. 19IT____________ 115.05 School-Rev. T. S. Stark. The W. F. '
to digest When in doubt, eat pickles Slice Williams _______________.__ 2.59 Warrants outstanding March 1, 1917..' 186.30 Round table talk. Allen Co. :
if' feel like it-but don't eat Alice Bryant 2.50 I j Rod Fond
you a ------------ Address
Balance Jan. 1. 1917 ___________ 2.17 "How to Interest Parents
whole jar at a time. General Fund Receipts during months of January in Value of County Organization"Rev.

The energetic "crusader" continues: J. H. Avery house rent election _____ 1.00 and February -__________.__... 668.43 R. C. Weidler. Salisbury, Md.
___________ Disbursements I l
"When can't dance dead. Drew Co. record book 19.80 during Months of January -
.|f you you are Drew Co. blanks clerk's office _______ 5.03 and February _________ ,376.30 Sunday evening at Grace M. E.church :- .:> .. ..
. I A preacher that can't dance, can'preach. t Drew Co. typewriter ribbons ______ 2.08 Balance March 1, 1917 ___________ 294.30 : : -- -rs
.j He will preach a bow-legged Drew Co. blanks sheriffs office _______ 2.82 Warrants outstanding March 1. 1917._ 349.11
: .
1. B. M. DowhnR com as tax coil ______ 37.33W. Outstanding Fund Song service by C. C. Shepard. :; H
l I 1. sermon" While the Bible says "thereJ. T. Weeks clerk and paid postage etc 80.10 Balance January 1.'1917 _____________ 31.38 Opening prayer-Rev. A. T. Gallo S
1 J.- is a time to dance," it does not mean in I C. A. Knight sovr ret __________ 10.40 Receipts, 'during; months of January way. ---- ,,

-:1:! the pulpit We cannot Imagine Christ: Bradford Co. Telegraph blanks reeepts 19.50 and February --__________? 284.08 .I 1
I A. S. Crews co atty ______ 4.17 Disbursements during months of JanUary .,,,. Illustrated address, "The Whys'and
:t 11\ and his apostles using acrobatics when __________ and ______ Phone
. !J. C. MeClendon janitor 15.00I February ______ 161.00 Hows of Sunday School Work" Rev 103 day and 91
preaching. Give us the old-fashioned I Quurley Lumber Co fixtures etc for clerk Balance March 1. 1917 ----------__ ,1M.46 R. C. Weidler. ] night J
. j office =- ____ 110.32 Warrants outstanding March 1.1917.-l2.868.2g .
preacher, who appreciates the dignity Starke Phone Co. phone ____._______ 6.00 Drainage Find Benediction-Rev. W. L. Overstreet. when
:; :, of his calling not.the ranting limber- Ceo A. Gardiner insanity H. Byrd ___ 7.00 Balance January 1. 1917 __________ 74.41 you have
' jack who thinks noise and vehement W. J. Epperson do ___________ 6.85R..Edwardlo Receipts during months of January --- I
' ;i repair to eo bldgi __ 1.50 and February -.....__________. 60.40
t gesticulations can take the place of Jones Plumbing Co. do ___________ 4.25 Disbursements during months of Jan- fLASSIFIEnADVERTISING ""
:- brains and earnestness. J. L. Underhill day com and mileage 4.80 nary and February ----- -- 2.33 .1
---
. S. T. Dowling do ___________ 6.JOH Balance March 1. 1917-___f. 52.48
. -- D. May do ______________ 5.60R. 1 Warrants outstanding March 1,1917-12,617.70 I/
I PRISON REPORT. J. Andrews do _____________ 12.80 Bradford County Auto Trouble .
I. J. Blaekwelder do ___________ 9.20 State of Florida. March 1. 1917.
___________ I hereby ?
City Light Plant light 9.01 certify that the foregoing statement FOR SALE-Two horses. =r
good Sam
W. A. McRae state commissionerof of the Receipts and Disbursements of the 7
i Total w________ ________ 879.66 Ponds of Bradford county for the month of Rosenberg, Starke. 2-9-tf. "..
1! agriculture, has issued the Four Bridge January and -
Road and Find February. 1917. is true and cor All .
.- 1, teenth biennial report of the prison J. G. ParmeBter Co. feed for moles .. 67.82 rest to the best of my knowledge and belief. FOR SALE-A large farm mule. Will work done by experts and guaranteed :'
J. L. Summers do 19.10 W. T. WEEKS.
1. division of his department. It is a J. H. Scarborough wt oa road machine 3.60 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford County. work any place, single or double. ;
; well written and extremely interesting Strickland *: Ban shoes and clothing By R. A. WEEKS. Wm. I
Whistler
. ';' exposition of the prison system in for convicts _______.. ..__..._._ 48.25 (Seal) Deputy Clerk.CLERK'S Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf
Lake Butler Drug Co. medicine for convict Starke
Florida, interspersed with suggestions 5.95 FOR SALE-One horse 9 years old, I Motor Co. 1
for improvement of the laws and oth- H Rosenberg feed for mules __ 28.02 REPORT. works
gentle in all
A. C. Wadsworth supplies for convicts 7.70 Starke. Fla. March 1. 1917. harness, by I. B.
things in connection with it Fearlessness H. Tomlinson feed for mules _?___. 10.00J. Report of the clerk of the circuit court in Tyre, Putnam Hall, Fla. It. Nash & Boatwright
, impartiality and a desire to B. Dowling feeding convicts __.__ 197.00 and for Bradford county Florida on account Props.
f"er the truth in J. B. Dowling captain and guard for of taxes assessed for the year 1916.
present every particular convicts for January ?_____. 125.00J. B. M. DOWLING. LOST-Gold bracelet, probably at ,
is evident throughout the book. B. Dowling care of convicts ________ 12.97 Tax Collector. west end of Jackson street. Reward ,
On December 31 1916 the had Coanty Proper
state
for return
Feb. by Miss Nannie Howell.
Total _-_ __ 525.91 1, to bal due County Proper .
A 1621 prisoners. Of these 635 were at Outstanding Fend Fund ---_________ 8,679.89 Starke. -- ,

the Prison Farm, 240 leased to ten W. O. hon interest on scnp ________ 3.20 By amt collected ________________- 186.::2 -

counties for road work, 736 leased to W. J. Epperson Fine and feeding FerfeUu prisoners Find__ 112.SO March 1. to bal due _____________;:..-8523.1 WANTED-large family for picking

naval stores, sawmill and farm opera- J. C. Manning wood for jail ___. 20.90 Drainage, strawberries and general farm work
ton eight the A. M. Darby luopliei for tai ______ .90 Feb. 1, to bl due County Drainage I I
were at asylum for the
Mitchell Drug Store medicine for jail 7.90 Fund --------_______________ .SBe.iT 7 A.. ,L. J'a.tk)1R1 1, Box &3,
insane as helpers or patients and two Johns Furniture Co. mattresses jail_ 15.50 By amt collected --_______________ 50.40 Starke, Fla. 3-2-2t Men
were out on parole. The life at the Mrs. M. Cameron making slips for mattresses and Money Matters
Prison Farm is describedand ____ __ _________ 2.00 March 1. to bal due --__________ 3,536.57 ,
minutely Dr. J. P. Tomlinson eo physician 4.17 Coontr Road and Bridge FOR SALE-Good pony farm mule, 6
the commissioner, who is a very )(. Cameron guard at jail ____ nOD Feb 1. to bal due County Road and head 8-months old shoats one .j
DeWitt C. Jones ______ Bridge Fund : Jersey ,
humane plumbing .85 ------- 10,014.69
man, seems to be well satisfied -------- $
Ceo A. Gardiner case Tillman Griffin 2.13 By amt collected --_______ 180.24 cow, two yearlings, one 3-year old ..,
t with the institution, which he W. J. Epperson do ---- 4Iil13.95 Jersey male. See J. W. White d
t terms "the model prison of the South," Tom Gordon witness -.?-..-___-____ 6.00 March 1, to bal due .___________ 9,834.4 Starke. We have all heard this 4
Fred Malpburs do _________ 6.00 Fine and Farfeitore Find 3-2-2t. or that individual re-
1 though we believe it is the model prison M. M. Malphnn ____________ 6.00 Feb. 1, to bal due Fine and Forfeiture mark; "I don't know
on of the world. Ceo. A. Gardiner case Geo. Clark _____ 3.89 Fund ---------_______ 3905.87 FOR SALE-I will sell all or where my money goes. I
E.. The Prison Farm is not self-sus- W. J. Epperson do _______ 18.05 By amt collected -_________ 72.09 I of any part It just slips through "
yet J. H. Lowery witness ______________ 2.40 my 800 acres of land near Starke, my fingers.
I taming, and while the majority of A. J. Lowery do ____ ._._ 2.40 March 1, to bal due -____________ .3.833.78 Fla., on liberal terms. Andrew Miller
: Floridians is probably agains the leasing J. N. Pteples do __________ 2.40 Couty School Frankfort Indiana.
J. M. Norton do 2.40 Feb. 1. to bal due County School 3-2-4L There is
t out of prisoners, if this usage D. C. Hood do .---____._______ 2.40 Fund -----------_--------18.694.07 no'reason forsuch a remark to be t
l' should cease the taxpayers would haveto J. M. Muse do ::'.40 By amt collected ._______________ 336.45 FOR SALE-Good clean rice 20 Ibs. voiced by individuals who
make the deficit J. T. Reddish do _._________ 2.40 for $1 Will clean meet obligations by
good At the March your rice and grind check. *
pres-
Carl Wooten do ______ 2.49 1. to bal due ----__18,357.62
ent time the farm is yet in the makingand Geo. Carter do __ 2.40 County Polls your feed on Fridays. One-eighth i
work could be given there to all L. L. Sapp do __ __ 2.40 Feb. 1. to bal due County Polls ___ 1.117.00 taken for toll E. L. Ware at Peek's
Ackery Williams do -, 2.40 By amt collected _____ 42.00 mill.
the men, but the time will soon come Tom Tomlinson do _..__..__...__._ 2.40 15tf. Money in the Bank and the
.. March 1. to bal due _________ check-book in
when this will not be the case, as no 0 W. White juror 1.00 --- ___ 1.075.00 the
J. O. Fralkk do 1.00 Total Sit School WANTED-Man and wife pocket is the profitable
manufacturing, but only agriculturewill Win. Edwards do 1.00 Feb. 1. to bal due Total Sub School or any par systematic method
be carried on. It would not do to J. R. McClenachen do 1.00 Fund -- 7.238.32 ty who can invest $2,000 (two thousand of handling business household
have any of the prisoners idle. As only F. M. Norman do _- 1.00 By amt collected ______ 116.21 dollars) cash and take personal funds. or personal s5;
J. W. Edwards do _______ 1.00 .
_ able-bodied males of the colored race March 1. to bal due ____-' charge ef a new up-t;>date lnercan1 ;r

are leased out, and,the time for work Total ._?______ 274.C4 Outstanding Indebtedness Fad tile business as partner with half -
. ; is The board adjourned until the first Feb. 1. to bal due Outstanding Indebt interest in the business. The ala,
>i1 restrncted to ten hours a day, including edness Fund -_____ jnven-
3 the time required for going to Monday April, 1917. By amt eolected .. 6.141.17 96.13 tory of the stock amounts to $10,000 ;,'

and from work, and as, moreover, the W. T. WEEKS, Clerk. March 1, to bal due _____- today, and we guarantee by agreement

f; {I state supervision is such as to insure ,I Total Sat M School BOB* 5,045.04 $100 profit monthly, subject,'if Bank. of Starke -:

I good treatment of the men, we cannotsee NonCE. OF ELECTION. Feb. 1. to bal due Total Sub School party has some experience in this .T5 '
Bonds
Starke FU. March S. 117. limo ;
J.727.92 and has
why, under the circiifiirtanjf*, the By the power vested in them by the school By amt collected .. 80.41 some cash capital No ,
; laws of Florida the Board of Public .Inatrue- ethers neej inquire. After STARKE _
prisontrn ,
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period
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iftffl tion of Bradford March FLORIDA .
county hereby order an elation 1. to bal due S.647.61 of six months if v ,
Crueltreatment ---- nut !t
andTliaTceepnfg of held in satisfactory ,Ail :
; Hampton Special Tax School Dis -- w. T. WEEKS. 9V r + 1
;!l j the mtn are things *f &H past And trict No. 2 on the 4th day of April A. D. 1917. I party can withdraw. For more information .., ''' ;
for the election of tan trustees for two years Br L A. WEEIiSr write to P. 0. Box 324J .. ., .
Jt t.... on account of the negro.xodus, which and to determine the amount of millace U be (Seal Deputy Clerk. Starke, &a._ 2-23-tf. 1 _II. ; ,

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Paul E. Canova's residence and spa- CALOMEL DYNAMITES I
cious ground are one of the ornamentsto
A SLUGGISH
the newly paved Walnut street. The LIVER.

FtE'ofLca1 parkway has been put in good shape You invited ;
cordially-
and the many-hued trees with the line Crashes Into Sour Bile, making are !

residence in the background viva: a

Information good impression.The You Sick and You Losea attend the "Spring Millinery

Work.
Day's
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Telegraphed a pleasant call t=
Wednesday from Mr. P. H. Underwoodof -
C"JJn"l 0. ?....1.. kiwi ... Opening" at
PNlNN .. tM c..o- .., 2"..... Orange, bf ass. Mr. Underwood is Calomel salivates! It's mercury
I I spending the winter in Jacksonvilleand Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug-

ran over for a short visit among gish liver. When calomel comes into .

-- friends made in Starke some years ago contact: with soar bile it crashes into

I Old iron for sale at this of ..ee.E Miss Dees, of Mayo, is the guest of when he was at Kingsley lake on a it, causing'cramping and nausea.If { ,

Miss Myra Barr. camping trip. He was accompanied you feel bilious, headachy, con-
of Highland wasp in Wednesday by his cousin, Mr. Roscoe stipated and all knocked out, just
Wilkerson, goo
Starke Monday. A.Marks recently had asher Underwood, of Orange, and Mr. D. your druggist and get a 50 cent Mrs C. A. Knight'sSuccessor

guests Miss Ethel McClellan and Briggs, of Hartford, Conn. bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis

Judge J. T.Wills came up from. Miss Banks, of Gainesville. a harmless vegetable substitute for .
During the fine weather of the past
Gainesville Monday. ; dangerous calomel Take a spoonfuland

: >- j Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., of Gainesville, week, a number of Starke people and if it doesn't start your liver and to

Robert Dernorest was in Jacksaav. : ii- visiting her; mother, Mrs. A. F.I I their visitors have enjoyed a stay at straighten you up better and quicker

yille Monday on business. Brockmeyer, this week. Kingsley lake. Among the party were than nasty calomel and without mak- I
Mesdames J. S. Brown, J. R. Davis,
ing you lick, you just go back and get
Mrs. A. Price, Mr. Harold Brown, Miss .
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Thomas Hurst, of Chicago, is your money. Lane'sThursday k
Hazel Brown Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dins-
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Sims Gardiner last Sunday here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mary Hop- low, Miss Leona; Dinslow, Mr. Otis sick If you take calomel today you'll be
dns. and nauseated tomorrow besidesIt
Dinslow, all of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs.J. ;
Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, M. Truby Mr. Brooks Shipman Mr. may salivate you, while if you takeDodson's
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business' The Baptist Ladies Aid will meet on Liver Tone will wake
in Starke Monday on you up
was. J. J. Truby, Misses Mabel and Eva
next.Tuesday, the 13th, at 3 o'clock, at Weller of Emlenton Pa. feeling great, full of ambition and
X M. Darby was in Jacksonville on the residence of Mrs T. N. Limbaugh.Mrs. i ready for work or play. It's harmless,

business! Wednesday. pleasant and safe to give to children;
The paving work drags out and is
E. D. Sayles and Miss Rosalind they like it. (13--1!%)
done much March
I being piecemeal. It causes 15th 1917
A. Rosenberg, of Lawtey, was in Tuttle, of Lawtey, visited Starke on dust and the shoe shiners have gone !
Starke on business, Monday. Tuesday.. MRS. MITCHELL ENTERTAINS
out of business, as few care to have
their shoes polished when they will be LADIES AID. Starke Fla. r,
RUB-MY-TISM Antiseptic, relieves Mrs. Zelma Cason, a charming young ,
five minutes
as dusty as ever later.
Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
lady of Island Grove will the I
rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. spend
The barbers complain that gritty dust entertained the Presbyterian La-
week-end with her cousin, Mrs. J. C.
settles on their razors, hones j>nd dies Aid and a few invited guests, the
R. W. Surrency, a well known Gra- Poppell. strops, making it impossible to keepa affair being a dollar social for the ben- i
ham farmer, had business, in Starke keen edge on the tools. They have efit of the Aid. iI
Mrs. J. D. Randall Mrs. Smith and
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Monday. x
the
quit asking, "Does razor pull? Mrs. Mitchell's rooms were made -
Mrs. H. D.
Randall of Lawtey, mo-
for they can't remedy the trouble.
more attractive with ferns and the
Wm. Kalch, of Hampton.,was in tored down last Thursday evening to
Starke Monday.J. attend the' mass meeting at the court I I Drew's Vaporizing Croup and Pneu- early blooming wisteria, and the afternoon -
house. ; was spent in a purely social U Andrews Mercantiletompany
monia Salve is sold to our patrons to manner. Mrs. E. T. Campbell and Mrs.

C. Hoover is building an additionto Mrs. T. E. and benefit We don't want your money ifnot Marion Davis gave an amusing joint
Waldrup daughter,
his residence on Clark street benefitted when used in the treat- reading; Mrs. G. C. Livingston favored -
Miss Grace, were business callers at
the Telegraph office Tuesday. They ment of coughs, colds, croup, sore the company with several instru- Raiford florida.

Mr. R. 0. .Daniel and family, of took'much pleasure in inspecting the throat, tonsilitis, bronchitis and pneu- mental selections, and Mrs. H. G. Den- ,

Jacksonville spent Sunday in Starke working of the printing machinery. monia. Your druggist will supply your ison read a beautiful poem composedby
with relatives. requirements. Manufactured by B. H. her husband. At the close of the Will Not Dissolve Partnership. .

Drew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv. afternoon the hostess, assisted by
Agent A. P. Hoffman, of the Southern -
Miss Edwina McBeath, of Arcadia 1,12-9t.. Misses Marie
Express Co., has received a hand Livingston and Hazel The stockholders of the A. D. Andrews Mercan '
recently visited her sister, Mrs. R. A. truck for bringing express matter to Brown, served refreshments of brick 1

Weeks. BAPTIST CHURCH. ice cream and cake. By this enjoyable tile Company Raiford Fla. have decided
and from the southbound trains. AgentT. ., not to.
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affair the -
nice of
J. Griffin, of the Seaboard, has also sum something over I .".
desolve partnership announced short. '
,, Break your cold or lagrippe with a received twenty dollars was added to the. .tress as was a
for
a truck baggage. Dr. Montague;.president of Columbia -
few doses of 666. ury of the Aid. time and they want to all their
College, will be with us next Sunday ago, say to customers -
The out of town
Sheriff W. J. Epperson attended the and in the interest guests present were
morning evening -
Mrs. J. H. Pollard and Miss and friends that they hope to b? better
Willie
Messrs. John Clemons and L. A. sheriffs' convention during the week. of our college. The day will Fay

Brown were among the Brooker visi- Some'20 sheriffs from over the state be known as College Day. Dr. Montague Ivey, of Hampton, Mrs. C, Dinslow able than ever to supply them with Merchandiseof
and Miss Leona Dinslow of Cleveland
tors to Starke Monday. were present and the convention was is among the foremost educators ,
Ohio Mrs. H. Ford and ..Mrs. Ford kind.
; every
a success. in the South: Come and hear
Miss May Fripp, who is teaching at him. W. G. LAW, Pastor. Jr., of North Branch, Mich. ;

Live Oak, spent the week-end at the The splendid moving picture produc- r We have just received the following'good&:

home of her uncle, Mr. L. C. Powell. tion "The Birth of a Nation," presented WEEKSHATCHER.Mr. LECTURE BY COLORED $1,000 worth of Carroll & Adams Shoes, which

at Baird's Theatre, Gainesville, PREACHER. wear well and last well. ;
Miss Lois'Peek, who is teaching in Tuesday and Wednesday, drew at leasta
Arcadia, spent the week-end with her hundred spectators from Starke. All Mack Weeks, of JUachua county "The. Negro of America and His The largest line of Dry Goods and Dress Goods

parents, Co}. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. were highly satisfied with thes how. and Miss Avey Hatcher, of, Jacksonville Place' Here" will be the subject of a that we have had in many years.
were married Monday, March
lecture to be delivered at Mt. MoriahM.
5th> by Judge Wm. F. Malphurs, at carload of Flour from the mills, which, we are !
F church colored .
; ( ) Monday
Be sure to see the new spring millinery The Camp Fire Girls gave a camp even the lowest
his home on Thompson street, in the selling at possible costA
March 12th Rev. M. Tram-
at Mrs. C. A. Knight's Thursday I dinner last Saturday at the Alligator; ing, by J. 'J-
.. presence afew witnesses.The carload of Salt
March' 15th. Creek trestle. About twenty memberso nen;a the.new .pastor of the church. ,
the to tle bride.is a popular'and accomplished The lecturer is a noted man among his A carload of Furniture.,
t f Camp were present enjoy t
lady and the is .
young groom
and who will
Pattern hats of beautiful designs to savory dishes prepared in the open. farming on a large scale and is well I race the a status good of speaker the negro, from present the- A big line of Saddles, Bridles, Collars and Harness.

be shown at Mrs. C. A. Knight's on to do and much respected. Their many negro's standpoint and the white We nearly all other kinds and grades of
i peo- carry very
Thursday, March 15th.Don't Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, accom- :
friends wish them all
happiness. '
panied by Master Hollis and Paul Er- ple are invited to come and hear him. merchandise. Furniture, Clothing, Hardware, Chairs, :i

forget the date of the millinery nest Knight and J. E..Maines, Jr., BAPTISM AT PRESBYTERIAN dull He promises that there will not be a Bedsteads, N. C. Peanut Seed, the early and late varieties :'

opening at Mrs. C. A. Knight's, spent Sunday in Watertown and Lake CHURCH. Seats moment reserved during for the white lecture.people. Ad- of Velvet Bean Seed, best kind of Cotton Seed.

Thursday, March 15th. City, guests of relatives.
mission, 25 cents for gentleman and

Peek Farm will have velvet beans Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor A very tender baptismal service took lady, and 10 cents for children. We Buy for Cash and Sell for Cash, and want

only one day, Thursday, March 15th, alligator pear trees, 3 varieties, place in the Presbyterian- church Sat- some of Everybody's Trade. Come and Give'usa

this season. Phone E. L Ware. It adapted to North Fl rida. Write J. urday afternoon, March 3rd, when lit- Spring Colds Are Dangerous. Trial. F
tle Gertrude Virginia Louisa Selen,
B. Beach, West-Palm Beach, Fla. Sudden changes of temperature and
N daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Seenwas !-
2-9-15t
Monday a number of beggars, on underwear bring colds with"stuffed up
baptized with water into the F
their from South Florida to head throat .and cold
/ way amore sore general
p name of the Father and the Son and A D Mercantile
northern clime, reached Stark Some of N. B. Hull's orange trees symptoms. A dose of Dr. King's New Company
the Holy Ghost; by Rev. H. G. Deni-
have out
pestering our citizens for charity.Mr. new growth coming .froraj Discovery is sure relief, this happy
the branches, and new growth orrth' Eon.Little combination of antiseptic balsams that ,
stems of the rest shows that none ofi i Virginia, as her parents wish clears the head soothes the irritated Raiford Florida.
and Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. E. D. her called, was presented for the Holy ,
the trees killed. ,
were membranes and what have beena
Sayles and Miss Rosalind Tuttle, tf Rite by her mother and Mrs. John might
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke tues- Uglow. The other witnesses were her lingering cold is broken up. Don't

day. Mrs' Mabel Harris and little son, brother and sister, and the pastor's stop the treatment when relief is first ... l
who had been visiting her parents, Dr. wife. felt, as a half cured cold 'dangerous. I {

and Mrs. J. C. Wills, returned to their Take Dr. King's New Discovery till
If wish the Times Union at old
you home, .Jacksonville, Thursday. The your cold is gone. (1)) j Tell it to the Telegraph and you everybody. Advertise.
price, $6 subscribe today. COMPLIMENTING
per year with MISS FRAZEE.
little one had been ill pneumonia,
Tomorrow price will be $7.5O;liew or
but almost well when leaving t
was .
renewals. Miss Nannie agent -
Howell
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On Saturday afternoon, at 3:30, ':
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright entertained ""
While in Gainesville part of Wednesday .
and Thursday, Mr. and: Mrs. PREPAREDNESS complimentary to her attractive niece,
So says President Wilson, and he Miss Miriam Frazee, of New York. )
4 S. Crews of Mr. and
Mrs.* B. R. Colson.were guests knows. The "Clean Up and Paint Up" The rooms of this pretty home were Give Your Farm. -

campaign is' on us and we are ready made arming with wisteria and (

If interested first-class with the goods. Fresh stock Paint, ferns, and the game for the afternoonwas
tn'strictly
Oil, Lime, Brushes, Trash Burners, etc progressive rook. Miss Cross and
strawberry plants, best quality, true
LUMBER & SUPPLY GO. Miss made tie the r
QUIGLEY : Emma Darby a on F
to name, read ad. of the W. F. Allen
highest score, and to decide which
Co. 3-9.5t.
The school and Civic Club will meet should receive the prize, the two young New Life '

next Wednesday afternoon, the 14th, ladies drew lots; the fortunate lot falling -
on lumber
Special price short -
cypress at 2:80, at the home of Mrs. L. A. to Miss Darby. The prize was a 1
2 feefand under for.walks, floors
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Davis. A cordial invitation is extended work bag made of lace and ribbon. The
in garages, etc. $9 per thousand whileit to all the ladies of the town to be honor guest also received a souveniro

lasts Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. present. fthe occasion-a dainty piece of lin- With the prevailing high prices of farm products }

gerie made of lace and ribbon.
Mr. Claude Anderson, of Richmond, all The punch bowl was placed in the the hustling farmer will force the capacity of his
r Va., has been here on a visit to his The Telegraph will gladly print
living room, and presided over by Mrs.
brothers, Messrs. A. W. and G. A. An- the news sent in that is worth print-
W. H. Graham. At conclusion of land the notch. For this nothing -
highest
derson. ing unreadable, but when we we are get compelled letters to that throw are the game of rook, the hostess, assistedby to purpose

Mesdames William C. Powell and
t A chance for girls to learn canningand them away. Don't send us any letters W. H. Graham, served a delicious ice is so available as _
cooking is offered by Mrs. Wal- that you cannot read yourself after the course.

drop's short course, described in anoftfer writing becomes cold. Those enjoying this pretty affair :

. column were Miss Miriam Frazee, Misses Emma I Reliable Commercial Fertilizers

, The present scarcity of sugar com- Darby, Onie Edwards, Mabel Dar- .

Mrs. Sarah Hamrick and daughter, pels many to use "long" or "short" by, Carrie Darby, Olleita Cross, of I

Mrs. Ella Bate Stuck, spent Saturday sweetening for their coffee. Long Montpelier, Miss., Ethel McClellanand

, and Sunday.with friends in Jackson. sweetening .means using syrup, and Miss Banks, of Gainesville, Myra We have them--a special brand for each crop.
1 ville. short means none at all-in other Barr, Mrancis Clark, Alma Clark, Ai-

: words, to take the coffee "barefooted." leen Alvarez, Kathleen Alvarez, Mes- STRAWBERRIES VEGETABLES .

Mrs. U. G. Turner and children, of dames S. L. Peek, William C. Powell ,

-: Gainesville, were visitors the first of "The Clean Up and Paint! Up Campaign and W. H. Graham. CORN POTATOES OATS 1-

{. the week at tie home of Col. and Mrs. and its Organization," by Mrs. '

? A. Z. Adkins. R. A. Weeks, printed in another column There If more Catarrh in this sectioi Something for any crop and for any soil. See us II' t
, should be read by all. Though of the country than all other disease

RENTS-Let us collect your rents. primarily intended for Starke readers, put posed together to be and Incurable.for years Doctors it was sup-pre- and leave your order EARLY. ,
Prompt remittances. Bradford County the subject of clean and neat surround- scribed local remedies and by constant i

Abstract. Co.. Starke. 2-16-4t ings is one of importance to every ly faJlnff to cure with local treatment. I
pronounced It Jncurable. Catarrh Is a
I, town and country home in the county. local disease greatly Influenced by constitutional -
Wm. Depew, the skilled artist, after I conditions and therefore requires CO.I
: .painting: the new scenery for the Dem- constitutional treatment Hall's Young Trading r

1 crest Stock Company, has gone e lseMrs.. J. O.:Haynes, who is taken very il to Cheney Catarrh&Cure Co.. Toledo manufactured, Ohio, is by a constitutional F. J.- *
:' sera to practice his profession. with an internal trouble, was remedy Is taken Internallyand *
,. .1- the Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine, acts thru the Blood on the Mucous 1 -*
afternoon, accompanied by Surface of the System. One Hundred AGENTS FOR WILSON & TOOMER R
Jti weegBtate( Attorney A. V. Thursday Dollars reward Is offered for any case ;
Long is amending court in Live Oak, Dr.-Haynes, physician and two trained that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure. [rW.uer'' ni .

I:.. mere he is representing the state's int. nurses. An operation will probably Send for circulars and testimonials.F. Near Depot ..- .- --.rrKe'J'la; : li
Mrs. Haynes' many J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. .
toests. Mr. Long went to Live Oak be necessary. 11) .
I will be fee. /
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II STRAWBERRIES NOT MUCH who did not cover report that only a FARMERS ARE I
' 0000030000000 0 GOOD NEWS TO GIRLS MAKES MONEY OUT OF STOCK PLANTING.We .
; FROST small cent of the exposed bloom ,
... i. RAISING AND FEEDING DAMAGED BY LATE I per ...
I. \ and young fruit was damaged. heard once of a farmer
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Mrs. Waldrup Will Conduct Short ored late plarting
the and in
, During Tuesday
L ..r f 0A000000080006004 Course in Starke. i Commissioner Andrews Recently Sold Movement Will Probably Be Large by climbed temperature his argument pointed to supp j of:;
gradually and Wednesday the
Month-Markets up lilvm :
Pork and Beef for Middle of Present lr li'-;
His Bean Fed
I labor that I
to
I .; Duval County-The county agent reports $5,900. Hungry For Good Berries. morning ushered in beautiful spring was made by not raq..g
s an unusually large number of Mrs. T. E. Waldrup will conduct a weather. The berry movement will be ing the seeds info the ground. A va *
callers interested in Florida livestock short course in Starke March 20, 21 retarded very little and by the 15th it old farmer in the crowd interrupts"remark ::
farming. and 22. All the canning club girls will 1 County Commissioner R. J. Andrews Cheering reports come from the will probably be possible to load the that if the object was to tare
be entertained by the Starke people. of the Lake Butler district, long ago strawberry growers. It was feared fruit out in car lots. labor, late planting certainly would"
This short course will be held at the found out that stock raising in Brad- that the frost ot Tuesday morning The demand for good berries is save a !lot of work especially! at nftl, ;,
1< Holmes County-The county agent do considerable damage, but it enng time.
business. In might
court house. Every girl who attends ford county is a paying in the markets
large and
much interest in the fact that strong every- ; "
reports this meeting will be greatly benefitted. addition to being one of the most extensive now seems that the damage was not It is plainly evident that ,_
thing indicates that will Bradford" r
our
i the feed mill raised the price paid to growers
successful in the great. When the temperature beganto county farmers
The men and women are invited to and planters are not looking .
for their fruit. Telegraphic
r get fancy prices fork
farmers for velvet beans to two dollars be- -
careful attention to drop down Monday the growers ward to saving work
come. The housekeepers of the townand county he devotes received the at gathering tin
reports by *
F f a bushel. After stor- to cover their plants with straw, gankof for planting operations!
country will be greatly helped. stock raising and feeding. gan Starke from H. E. Schwitters & are already ',
t homeuse and by night fully-onehalf of the acre- der The cool
of
abundance meat for way. niS
ing an snap Monday
Short Course
Program Sons, of New York, report sales of .
i Hillsboro County-A calf judging First Day and for the use of the employeeson age was covered. The bloom land fancy berries at from 50 to 60 cents halted the work momentarily, but bJf- 1
j contest was held at the fair among the 10 a. .-Meeting girls. his extensive "Plantation he lately young fruit on the covered plants were .' the time the Telegraph reaches fu
t boys who had received instruction in 10 to 11-Welcome address-Col. closed out his surplus beef cattle and practically unscathed, and growers per quart. readers this week there will be hC :
;
judging dairy cattle, from the county Peek. hogs for $5,900. dreds of acres in the county planted to :

agent. 11 to 12-Demonstration and talk by What Mr. Andrews has done on a corn and catton, and frow now on the
district nurse. large scale the small farmer can do work will be rushed forward. The'-

Nassau County-Interest in livestock 12 to 1-Dinner hour. on a smaller scale. Bradford countycan One Hundred Bushels of the Celebrated largest acreage in the history of the
and farming is much greater allover I 1 to 4:30-Substitute bread lesson. easily be transformed into one of county will be planted this year and r
the county than ever before. The During rising of bread-talk by phy- the largest stock raising counties in everything betokens a large yield.
stockmen are greatly interested in tick sician or dentist, one-half hour or the United States. We have the lands i Sosnowsfy Cotton Seed

eradication and the control of hog chol more. (One by each possibly.) that will produce the necessary stock i I MARKETING HOGS.
4:30 to 5:30 in feed, there is an abundance of water I
Placing girls
era. -
__ homes. easily accessible and climatic conditions FOR SALE AT $2.00 PER BUSHELby Beats burying them. Steve Hoover

Second Day are ideal. It was to encouragethe Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Comment! ..
:I Marion County-An attempt is being 9 to 12-Peanut lesson. people to take advantage of this the ed feeding ray herd of about 100 hop ,
, made to standardize the corn in B. A. Thomas' .
12 to 1:30-Dinner hour. great opportunity for money making hog Powder over two
this county. The county agent is fur 1:30 to 4-Canning demonstration. that the Bank of Starke started .its A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. months ago; Fifty were sick and off-
nishing the seed corn to the boys in Bread campaign for the control and final feed. Nearby h'rd4 had cholera.
I'
the club work and he is getting it from Tomato judging.can judging. eradication of hog cholera. The bank Raiford Florida did not los1 on1tt are well and-.'
I one grower. 4 to 5-Ride or entertainment. js now working out a plan for the location growing fart.'- I bjr D. C. Jones .
7:30 to 9-Evening meeting. E. R. of a stock buyer in Starke in Starke, .,.. 16-20-30-AdT: "-
Alachua county-The county agent Poppell-"Woman as a Saver and a order that farmers may have a home
found one farmer turning his soil i in Spender in the Home." market for large or small numbers of -' -
! good shape with a sulky plow, putting Third Day hogs. If there are enough hogs here .. "" ''' ''' V6.
::1 into the soil a good crop of velvet bean 9 to Strawberry:; preserves. next fall to make it worth while for a '

vines that had been thoroughly cut up I 11 to 12-Talks on clothing. buyer to come here the Bank of Starke Comer L Peek .
! with the disk. He reports another 12 to 1:30 Dinner recess. will get him here.A Julian L Peek .-
community" dipping vat, and two privately 1:30 to 3:30-Tomato Cooking Les
owned. WORLD SCARCITY OF FOODSTUFFS .
son.
.. 3:30 to 4-Nutrition.. AND THE LESSON COMER L. PEEK &
SON'Real .
FOR THE SOUTH.
,. Brevard County-Farmers have Setting. a table.
found it necessary to readjust their Health Talks
operations since the freeze. Many of Nurses-Making a bed. Whether there be war or peace between

the potato fields are showing up in fair Bandaging.Washing this country and Germany, Estate
shape but most of them show a lack and dressing a whether war be continued in Europefor

of moisture. Pruning and caring for baby, etc. another year or two, or whether
citrus trees injured by the freeze is being Physicians-Care of the teeth. peace should come, the demand for
attended to properly. The damageis Colds. foodstuffs will exceed the supply, both i f
showing up now. Hookworm. in this country and abroad. The short
Malaria and typhoid. age in the world's food crops last year, : Unimproved farm lands throughout Bradford ;t':;
Madison County-The county agent Fresh air and sunshine taken in connection with conditions County

visited the 1400 farm of Anderson Pickles-Dixie relish, Spanish pickle created by the war, brings us nearer
acre and
& Brown, where several farmer had and Rosy Pickle.ClothingSamples. to a famine si uation in foodstuffs than in northern part of Alachua County 3
of materials, etc. the world has kncwn in this
genera
gathered to see the work done by a $ 1
feed mill which grinds the whole earsof tion. If the crops of this country .
corn. Anderson & Brown have sold THE CATTLE QUARANTINE. should, by unfavorable weather conditions

large of this feed to or by a lessened acreage, be
I quantities ground
i i greater advantage than if it had been The Federal cattle quarantine againstthe short of a full average crop, we'would Stock Ranches, Improved Farms, Resident Lots in ::
marketed in the ear. state of Florida has long been recognized have almost famine conditions, because
-. as a serious condition. The we will go into the next crop practically Starke Turpentine and Timber Lands
and
cattle barren of food supplies.
owners, shippers, traders, and ,
the ;
Clay County-Here
are
precau Nothing less than a bumper of
transportation companies engaged in crop
tions taken after an outbreak of chol the and grain will save us from exorbitantly Waterfront Lots on Shore of
era in this county. All of the dead handling movement of cattle, Kingsley. H;
resulting from the demand for stockon high prices for wheat and corn next
hogs were,burned, the premises were
account of winter. It is important that the whole : '-*
improved market condi-
disinfected with air-slacked lime andkreso '
tione the country should understand this situation :
throughout is
country, due
dip, and the live hogs were all l 1
but it is ;
doubly important that
largely to the scarcity of stocker and
..
,
air-slacked dipped for lice.lime,A saturated sack was with filled kreso with butcher cattle., the farmers of the South should under Thirty-six Years Real Estate Business Here Fits Is to Give .

dip and placed at the gate. Every man The people of Florida must appreciate stand it and plant the largest acreage You FULL VALUE For Your "
that quarantine restrictions are in grain which they have ever had in Money. )
was required to to wipe his shoes thoroughly
order to save themselves from
having
established by the enactment of state
on the sack when leaving the ).,
hog lot.Pasco. and federal law. Persons and companies to pay the highest prices they have
that violate these laws mustrun ever paid for their foodstuffs.

the chance of prosecution. The Every business man in the South COMER L. PEEK & i
County-The result of the presence of the cattle fever tick in the should do all in his power to urge upon SON t
county exhibit at the South Florida state brought about this quarantineprosecution. Southern farmers the planting of i

Fair was gratifying; twenty-one .first Cattle owned in the vicinity grain and the raising of foodstuffs of STARKE
and second premiums were received. of interstate lines must recog all kinds this spring and summer.It :-: FLORIDA J
The county took first on tobacco in all nize the provisions of law governingthe is hardly possible to predict what .

entries, first on citrus trees, first on movement of cattle from Florida may happen to cotton. The price, judged 1%%%%%"%%%% %%IKit :\':
pineapples, first on greatest variety of into other states. Quarantine provisions by the world's demand, ought to be %% %%" ", %% S
citrus fruit, second on best box of oranges get more rigid each year. The high, but in view of the uncertaintiesof ;.
third on best corn, second on conditions here
government has been very active in ; and elsewhere, a
dasheens, and first on egg plant; making upholding these provisions. i large cotton crop might prove a misfortune ..- ..,'' ., ,
a total of $225 in prizes. To,get relief from this condition vat by forcing prices below a fair N. RITCH. -

construction and dipping cattle regularly profit. Press ;W. T. WEEKS Vice-Prea. 'J. H. RITCH, Caihier
Palm Beach County-A recent meet in every county under official supervision The South might raise too big a cots ;:;.
ing of farmers at Tropical City was must be established at a ton crop for its own prosperity, but
very interesting. Nearly every farmerin early a date as possible. The states it cannot raise too big a grain crop nor .
the community attended and an at adjoining Florida through their coun too much livestock. Every availableacre Bradford
tempt was made to analyze the far ty and state officials with the federal should be put into the raising of County Bank ;
mer's business on a twenty-acre basis, government cooperating are spendinglarge food stuffs, into grain, into vegetables,
as that is the average holding in this sums of money in vat construction potatoes and as much attention as pos .
f community. With this acreage the and systematic dipping of cattleto sible should be given to livestock and Bradford .
. farmer must make a good return from eradicate the fever tick. By follow even to the raising of chickens and to County's Financial Stronghold. (
,, each acre to show a profit over living ing this example citizens in Floridawill dairying, for the purpose of meeting
expenses. The agent urged the growing get relief from restrictions now : the home demand for foodstuffs.

l of as much food as possible for imposed and enjoy the privilege of improvement It will be almost a crime for any Report of condition at the close
home use, the raising of a few acres of cattle and developmentof Southern farmer not to provide, during of business December 31st,
to a safe cash crop, and then through the stock to the very best advan the coming spring and summer, for all 1916
summer cropping and good soil man rage of the foodstuffs which his family will as made to the State Comptroller.

agement to attempt to make a good : The movement to eradicate the ticksis need for the next twelve months. Any .
profit from a reasonable acreage of the first step in improving the cattle thing short of that would be ignoring RESOURCES -
truck crops. industry and marketing to the best ad every condition which this country and LIABILITIES :
the world confronts in the lack of Loans and Discounts 159062.60 J
vantage, and all citizens will be belie food Capital Stock
NEW CROP OF BERRIES WILL fitted. County officials and citizens of stuffs, and in the certainty of high pri- Bradford County School Warrants 26045.22 Surplus and $ 25000.00
COME IN SOON. the various counties are urged to im ces. Business men, state governmentsand Town of Starke Bonds Undivided ProfitsCashier's 13.738.31
mediately act in this matter. Tick the national government owe it to 2000.00 Checks Outstanding 73.90.
PLANT CITY, March 2.-The effect eradication relieves the state of a ser the farmers and to the welfare of the Banking House, Fumiture'and Fixtures 21,113.84 Deposits :..
, of the extreme cold weather early i in ious cattle disease. The work is a country to stress these points with all Other Real Estate Owned 5861.50 257.003.85

February is exhibited in the decrease practical business proposition and mil 1 possible emphasis. The South can become Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured .. ,
in strawberry shipments the past threedays. pay. The government is cooperatingwith independent for foodstuffs by 103.98 .. _'
r;: quick and vigorous action this Cash on Hand and in Banks J
.:_,The movement amounted to only this end in view. spring 81,628.92. '
i; 177 pony refrigerators, or 14,320 and- .. summer, by its farmers, and if it TOTAL {.
quarts. This was the lightset three- PLANT POTATOES. fails to do so, it will be drained of hun- 295816.06 TOTAL 295.816.06 _._
days' movement since the freeze, and dreds of millions of dollars for high-
: t was in line with predictions of the priced foodstuffs, which should have f "
It seems as though, on account of Every modern facility for the
: "old timers" that there would be an car shortage of the of been raised at home, and there will bepo"erty most satisfactory transaction of
many growers
.
appreciable falling-off about this time in many homes where there business is offered J !
Irish potatoes in the southwesternstates should by us. Absolute
: be abundance.-l\Ianufacturer's safety perfect convenience 4''
Prices however, remain good-better are unable to get seed in time Record. '
; than some of the fruit justified, as ber- for planting. There is no scarcity of prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.
t ries have been found too soft to ship seed potatoes in Florida, and thoughthe _;
' ;. on a long haul. Prices the past three price is high, they are worth planting SOME TATO. Your account cordially invited and you are assured of out 1-:r
t days have ranged from 25 to 39 cents, -
rf on account of the high price the best attention at all times. .
'. with an average at about 35 cents. crop will bring. By-dividing each po- Digger Keller, a colored man living ;;_'
. r The new crop berries will be coming toto so that a peace gets two eyes, at Thomasville Suburb, brought to .,
It in next week, however, and experienced and setting each piece with the eyes Bank of Starke a sweet potato of prod- .
shippers believe they will be up, a given quantity of seed will go igious size. The potato is firm and well
I
r the finest of the entire season. The much farther than under the wasteful shaped and weighs 14% pounds. Keller Bradford
I :'" tendency to soften rapidly will not be Bank :
. I l; process of cutting and the careless way says the tuber had not grown in County
, : :_ apparent in the new crop, produced of dropping generally in vogue. the potato patch but in a pile of cane
' t since the bloom was killed by the cold bagasse and other trash, in which soft

,: a month ago, and will carry well. It Tta ftttN. hat DOM Not Affect TIN to* material it had room to expand. This Bradford
is reasonably sure that the latter part Beau of iu tonic M4 itsttirc effect LAXATIVB incident shows that sweet potatoes as County's Financial Stronghold. 5k r
of next week will see the movement B&euo QUININE better than ordinary
well Irish
r. Quinine wad doe not cause her onauen ncr as potatoes should be planted -
,,_. double present proportions and under r nepog la pctt. Fca' >emri'>- the" full name and and cultivated in such a manner Starke Florida.

t. favorable weather will increase rapidly I" ;: that the earth will not be packed close ;
b. the warm Wither hastening the I Tell it to the Telegraph you tell around the tubers, 'which prevents iii'

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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 191?. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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jerrjrr- EEere teen anything ia'your me,'W sat we"can make a teat.-"Ve Ortughfyoa" ffffffffffffffff

"Which does your father preferr"He women that could come out and hart could nail this on to the limbsthereare + LEGAL NOTICES Ask Your Grocer0

PRUDENCE doesn't drink either except for Prudence later oar two right near each other, evidently ffffffffffffffftORDINANCE

Mille) breakfast Jerrold hesitated. Starr, I have put there on purpose for us. See NO. U. For

LJ "I generally drink coffee but I do been young, and headstrong, and_tea- what dandy big nails we have!" AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE

PADSNAGE not care much for it, so do not bother pulslve I have done some things I "From the Avery's woodshed, I sup IMPOUNDING MULES. COWS.OF GOATS ALL HORSES.SHEEP ASSES.AND

-" wish now I hadn't But I believe thereIs pose," he suggested, smiling. SWINE RUNNING AT LARGE ON STREETSOR -

"Coffee, Lark. nothing that I could not explain to "Oh. they are quite rusty. We found OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE TOWN
OF STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA -
"Did you ever have a lover, Prudence Prudence so she would understand." them In the scrap heap. We'rt very AND PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF Test"t

? A real lover, I mean." "All right. If you are the man God good friends with the Averys, very SUCH ANIMALS. EXPENSES OF KEEPING
SAME. HOW PROCEEDS OF SUCH SALES
"No, I never did." bless you. And, do you mind If I Just good, Indeed," she continued hastily. SHALL BE APPLIED AND PRESCRIBINGA

"rm awfully glad of that. rn-" suggest that you go a little slow with 'They.aIlow us to rummage around at PENALTY FOR BREAKING POUND OR

"Prudence do use half milk and Prudence will-in the barn." FOR RELEASING IMPOUNDED ANIMALS.
you ? Remember that she has BE IT ORDAINED By the Town Council of

half water for creamed tomato soup, been sound asleep, until this morning.I "And see this rope," cried CaroL the Town of Stark. Bradford County, Stateof Best

or all milk?" do not want her awakened too rude- "Isn't it a dandy?" Florida: By Every
Section 1. It shall be the duty: of the Mar-
"What1OhAIl! Connie and "Ah! The A barn must be inexhaustible .
milk ly. very shal or any: policeman to take up and impoundall

tell Fairy not to salt it until it la en- "Neither do r." said Jerrold quickly.t in its resources." horses. asses, mules, cows, goats, sheep and
iwine found .running at large on the street t
tirely done, or It may curdle." "Shall I go down now? The girls have "How suspicious you are Jerry". or other public place of said town and to impound

"What In the world would they ever Invited me to stay for supper, and mourned Lark. "We thought when you and keep them safely: impounded until '
all costs, charges and shall have been
do without you. Prudence? Too are Prudence says I am to come back tomorrow had the board nailed on, you might paid or until disposed expenses of as hereinafter pro COFFINS CASKETS \

the soul of the- parsonage, aren't yon?" too. Is that all right? Remember rope it to the limbs above. Do you suppose vided. And a full line ofUndertakers'
Section 2. It shall be the duty of the Marshal
"No, I am just the cook and the 1
IH be going home on Monday you can do that Jerry1""Well. upon putting any of said animals in the

/ chambermaid, she answered, laugh- !" let's begin. Now, observe I pound, to forthwith notify the owner or owners Supplies :

ing. "But don't you see how hard It "It Is all loop this end of the lightly about thereof if known in writing of such impounding hand. The best
/ right, certainly. Spend as rope giving a full description thereof and Always on ser-
will be "
for me to go away? much time here as you like. You will my- r-middle. The other end will that the same, if not redeemed within twenty-: vice at the lowest prices. Special .
"But It Isn't fair! Vacation Is com' four hones, by: the payment: of all costs chantca -
ing either get worse or get cured, and- dangle on the ground to be drawn up and expense, will be sold pursuance to the attention to telegraph orders.
now, and Fairy ought to take a which ever it Is, you've got to have a at wilL I bestow the good but rusty provisions of this ordinance. If the owner or --

turn. What will they do when you get chance. I like you, ;Jerrold. Prudence nails in this pocket and the hammer owners are not known, and they shall not have Registered Embalmer
married?" redeemed the same within the time limited by:
Judges by Instinct, but It does here. Then with the admirable board this ordinance, the Marshal shall forthwith advertise -

"I have always said I would not get not often fall her." beneath my arm I mount" the same for sale by: posting within DeWITT C. JONES
married.<< the town at least three written or printed notices
(Copyright. by the Bobba-UerrUl Comnany Prudence heard him running down And Jerry smiled as he heard the of the time and place of said sale one Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co
.) "But don't you want to get married, the stairs boyishly, and when he came faithful twins, with much grunting and at the pound, one at the Town Hall and one I
some time?" at the County Court House for not less than Starke Fla.
)I. SYNOPSIS.CHAPTER in before she could.speak, he whispered an occasional groan, following in his five consecutive days previous to the day of ,
-Oh that because
isn't It. I
Just can't "Shut your eyes tight Prudence. wake.It sale. If not reclaimed, he shall sell said ani .1
I must take of the maioI' animals auction after the
care at public
parsonage
I-Prudence Starr eldest of And do not scold me, for I can't helpIt. was a delightful location as giving of the notice aforesaid at the pound in .
fir* motherless girls, cornea to the KethodJat and raise the girls. I can't""But ." Then he put his hands over hers, they had said. The board fitted nice- said town between the hours of eleven o'clock ej-i
pariona at Mount Mark M housemother "
he and
you will whispered, and two o'clock
for her father, the Methodist min and kissed her on the lips. They were ly on the two limbs, and Jerry fastenedIt a. m. p. m.
ister. his hand touched hers for just a sec- Section 3. All moneys received by: the Marshal
both breathless after that. Prudenceat with the rusty nails. The twins were either from the sale of such animals or
ond. Prudence did not answer. She from the when the animals have been JACKSONVILLEFLA. '
owner
slumber.
last was aroused from her
Jubilant and loud in their praises of
CHAPTER II-The firls entertain a vlstttng lifted her eyes to his face, and caught I redeemed by the owner, shall be paid to the Broken Lapses Duplicated!
minister at luncheon, to his discomfiture. his skill and courage. Town Treasurer and the Marshal shall take his
in her
Carol, one of the twins, rides the breath once more. CHAPTER XI. "Oh Jerry!1" exclaimed Carol with receipt for the came. The Town Treasurer Same Day Retievcd 4
family cow with disastrous. results. A little later he said, "Do you mind after paying all the costs and expenses incident Socialize on flail;1 OrdersWe ftv fotit
deep satisfaction, "It's such a blessingto to the impounding and sale of such animals V 140 W.rORSVTH ST. *
CHAPTER III-Prudence and if I go upstairs and talk to your fathera She Orders Her Life. discover something really nice about shall hold the balance in trust for the
Fairy
receive few minutes? Maybe I'd better." owner of the animal or animals and if the
the Ladies' Aid
society while Lark That was the beginning of Pru- after all these months 1"
Carol and Connie practice 1Ji you balance so held in trust is not claimed within f'-- ""'"- .
modeling "But do not she
mud on the dining room table. stay very long, dence's golden summer. She was not "Now, well Just_" one :year from the date of sale, it shall be

Chapter IV.-The twins prepare Constance urged, and she wondered why the given to self-analysis. She hadn't the "Hush hissed Lark. "Here comes paid Section into the general fund of the said Town. General Insurance
4. The fees charged for impoundingshall
for initiation into their private secret society: brightness and sunshine vanished from time. She took
things as they came. Connie. Hold your breath, Jerry, and be as follows:
with results unexpected to'themselves. the room when he went out. "First She could not bear the thought of shar- don't budge." For each seizure of horse, ass. mule or cow I represent none but FIRST

CHAPTER VWhenFairy entertains door to the right" she called after 50 cents. CLASS and will be
Eugene Babler In the evening, the twins ing with the parsonage family even the "Isn't she in on this?" he whispered.He For each seizure ot any other animal, 25 companies

convince Prudence that etiquette has small him.Mr. least ardent and most prosaic of Jerrold's could hear Connie making weird cents. constantly on the alert to pro- j
place in the Starr family. Starr arose to greet him, and asked For each days retention and feed of each
letters. But she never mote interests. Guarantee
noises as she came around the house horse, ass mule or cow 50 cents. your
CHAPTER VI-Connie practices economy welcomed him to his combination study herself the reason. The days when from the front. She was learning to For each day's retention and feed of any: courteous treatment to all pa
by borrowing $S from one of the and bedroom with friendliness.But other animal, 25 cents. .
trustees to buy a new cloak and unconsciously great Jerry came were tremulously happy whistle, and the effect was ghastly in For preparing advertisements and posting trons. A well written policy by
teaches the church pillars alesion. Jerrold went straight to the point for her-she all when
ones was aqulver the extreme. Connie's mouth had not notices, 25 cents. a first-class agent in a first-
.___ "Mr. Starr, it's very kind of you to she heard him swinging briskly up the been for The Marshal shall be allowed by the Town
receive have designed whistling. the above fees for each animal driven into class company sometimes means
a perfect stranger as ?
you
CHAPTER VII-Prudence captures a "Sh! She's the band of dark-browed said pound in addition to all other fees and
burglar and wins $500 reward. me. But I understand that with a gfrl salary paid such ,Marshal Said sums to be much in case of loss by fire.
"
like Prudence, you will want to be gypsies trying to steal my lovely wife. paid by the Town Council in the same manner
CHAPTER VIII Prudence tages an "I'm the wife" InterruptedCarol as other bills are paid. H. C. RICHARD Starke
early morning bicycle Jaunt and rides Into careful. I can give you the names of lovely Section 5. The Town Marshal shall keep a

a mule a sprained ankle and a ro1 1 several prominent men In Des MoInes, complacently. record in a book to be famished by the Town, t'
mance. The knight ot romance la Jerrold of all animals impounded by him under this
Christians, who know me well, and But Connie does not know about It. I
Harmer.
ordinance, giving the date of the impounding,
CHAPTER IX-When Prudence Is can tell you all about me." She Is so religious she won't be any stating the disposal made of the same and if WHAT IS

brought home Father Starr reads the "It isn't We are of the villain parts." sold to whom and the amount sold for. the
girl's awakened heart in her actions and necessary. parsonage date of sale, the owner if known, and a description -
fits own heart la heavy. people, and are accustomed to receiving Connie came around the corner ot of the animal or animals. Said book

men and women as worthy of the parsonage, out the back walk beneath to be kept as part of the public records of the
CHAPTER X-Jerry visits the parson said town and subject to the inspection of the LAX-FOS5.
age and frankly tells Mr. Starr he Intends our trust until we find them different the maple. Then she gave a Town Council and tne public at all times.

to Win Prude* We are glad to count you among our gleeful scream. Right before her lay a Section 6. Any: person, without authority:

For first time in her life, Pru friends." beautiful heavy rope. Connie had been from impounded the Town animal Marshal in said, who Town shall, or release any person any:- LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVES CASCARA "J]

dence distinctly triumphed over her "Thank you, but-you see, Mr. Starr, yearning for a good rope to make a who shall break open fences, gates, fastenings

father. She flashed him the glance of this is a little different Some day, i( swing. Here It lay, at her very feet shall aid or or assist enclosure in or of attempt the town such pound breaking or, A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE

a conqueror and he nodded under- Prudence and I will want to be married plainly a gift of the gods. She did not shall, upon conviction, be fined in a sum not CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC 'J

standingly. He liked Jerrold Harmer, and you will wish to be sure 1 wait to see where the other end of the exceeding One Hundred Dollars or be im- LAX-Fos is not Secret or Patent Medicine
prisoned not exceeding sixty: days or by both a _
Aa much as he could like any man who about me." rope was. She Just grabbed what she such fine and imprisonment in the discretionof but is composed of the following

stepped seriously into the life of Pru- "Does Prudence know about that?" saw before her, and started violently the Mayor of said Town. old-fashioned roots and herbs: +_

dence. He was glad that things were "Xo," with a smile, "we haven't got back around the house with it, yelling: Section in 7.conflict All ordinances with the provisions or parts of of ordinances this CASCARA BARK f

well. But-they would excuse him, he that far yet. But I am sure she feels "Prudence! Look at my rope!I" ordinance are hereby: repealed. BLUE FLAG ROOT
Section 8. This ordinance shall
must look after his Sunday's sermons. It. She hasn't-well, you know whatI Prudence rushed around the parsonage. sixty: days after its passage become:and approval effective -- RHUBARB ROOT

A little later the twins and Connie mean. She has been asleep, but I The twins shrieked wildly, as ROOT $

grew restless, and finally Connie blurt- believe she is waking up now." ,-I/" .I/r J. there was a terrific tug and heave of President E. S. MATTHEWS of Town Council, MAY BLACK APPLE ROOT

ed out "Say, Prue don't you think "Yes, I think so. Do you mind if 1 : the limb beside them, and then-a Attest:

we've upheld the parsonage long ask you a few questions?" r ''I crashing of branches and leaves. Jerrywas I C. A.Town FUTCH Clerk., SENNA LEAVES'

enough? I want to get some fresh "No, indeed. Anything you like." gone! To the Mayor: AND PEPSIN

air." The twins would never have "Well, first are you a Christian It did look horrible, from above as I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance LAX-FOS the CASC&BA is improved by
was duly passed by the Town Councilon the addition of these digestive ingredients -
been guilty of such social Indiscretionas "Not the kind you are, Mr. Starr. I 4 well as below. But Jerry, when he felt the 6th day of February A. D. 1917. making it better than ordinary CAsCARA -

this, but they gladly availed them- the first light twinge as Connie lifted C. A. FUTCH.
go to church, and I believe the Bible, (Copy) Town Clerk. ,and thus the combination acts not

selves of Connie's "break. and fol- though I seldom read It But I'll get the rope, foresaw what was coming Approved by me. this 6th day of Feb.A. only as a stimulating laxative and cathartic

lowed her out-of-doors. Then Fairy busy now, If you like. I know Prudence and was ready for It. As he went down, D. 1917. but also as a digestive and liver tonic.

got up, laughing. "I have done my would make me do that. And he grabbed a firm hold on the branchon 2-9-St JOE HILL WILLIAMS. Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX:-Fos

share, too. I think we'll leave the he smiled again. which he had stood, then he drop- I Mayor.: combines strength with palatable, aromatic

parsonage in your hands now, Prue.I ped to the next and held again- On MASTER'S SALE. taste and does not gripe or disturb i
"Do you drink? Side by Side Talking in Whispers. I Notice is the stomach. One bottle will
hereby given that under and by prove :
want to write to Aunt Grace. I'll be the lowest limb he really clung for
"I did'a little, but 1 promised Pru- I virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made LAx-Fos is invaluable for Constipation, +
Just at the head of the stairs, and if dence this morning I would quit It. I ramshackle parsonage walk, and her fifteen seconds, and took in his bear. and rendered March 1, 1917, by: the Judge of Indigestion or Torpid Liver Price 50c.
Prudence wants me, you will call. breath was suffocatingly hot. But sM Ings. Connie had dropped the rope ,.the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir-
smoke, too. Prudence knows it but cuit of Florida in and for Bradford County
-won't ;you, Mr. Harmer? And won't she did not make me promise to quit took it as a matter of course. She when the twins screamed, so his had I in chancery sitting, in favor of The American

you stay for dinner with us?, rm sure knew that Jerry's voice was the sweet- nothing more to_fear from her. He saw I Trust Company a corporation, administrator
.of the estate of G. F. r. -- r
to disgrace the parsonage again, forI I Inquiringly. est voice in the world. She knew that Prudence, white, with wild eyes, both! plainant, and against Markillie E. E. Yarborough, deceased, com-and

am no cook, but ydfl can get along his eyes were the softest and brightest arms stretched out toward him. II Christine Yarborough his wife, defendants, Full Supply of

for once, surely. We spend more time had"Would asked you it?" have promised, if she and the most tender. She knew that "0. K. Prue," he called, and then he court the undersigned house door will at Starke offer for, Florida sale before, between the

laughing when the food Is bad, and his hands had a thrilling touch quite dropped. He landed on his feet a lit I.the legal hours of sale on Monday, April 2, COFFINS AND CASKET

laughter Is very healthful. You will "I suppose I would. He flushed a different from the touch of ordinary, tle Jolted, but none the worse for his 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash,
little. "I know I was hard hit the following described lands situated in Bradford
pretty -
stay, won't you?" less dear hands. She knew that his County: Florida, to-wit: All Sizes and. Qualities

Jerrold Harmer looked very eager, smile lifted her into a delirium of de- fall.He ran at once ,to Prudence. Tin I Said land lying and being in the county of

and yet he looked somewhat doubtfully light. Prudence never thought of that all right he cried alarmed Bradford, State of Florida to-wit: Lot thir- Always Hand ,
I really by ty: (30) and south half (S%) of lot nineteen
at Prudence. Her eyes were eloquent She just lived In the sweet ecstatic the white horror in her face. "Pru (19), and West half (Wtf) o( lot thirty-one -
i of the and well 131)) of section eighteen (18) in Township five
dream summer, was
he laughed
with entreaties. Finally Prudence'l"
dence! Then her arms (5) south of Range twenty-two: (22) east, as
and said, "I should certainly like to and richly content. dropped and with a brave but feeble i shown on map of said section township and PRICES REASONABLEJ.

may but see I want to come back I So the vacation passed and Indian little. took !range said map being filed in clerk's officeof
you H smile, she swayed a Jerry Circuit Court in the city: of Starke. Florida,
tomorrow. Now, will I dare to comeback I 11 11iL summer came. her in his arms. "Sweetheart 1" het'said county, on page one (1) of maps and C. CONE

tomorrow If I stay for dinner to It was Saturday evening. The early whispered. "Little sweetheart! Dodo plata lots of Bradford and half county.of Iota: Said containing above described twenty Lawtey: Jot Rericla I

night? Wouldn't Connie say that was supper at the parsonage was over, the you love me so much, dearest (20) acres more or less including one-half (V-t:) ".I
disgracing the parsonage?" twins had washed the dishes, and still Prudence raised her hands to his .of abutting streets which by: agreement of the
I parties hereto shall be
forever
Fairy laughed delightedly. That Is the daylight lingered. Prudence and face, and looked intensely into his travel. open to public
Jerry sat side by side and closely, on .. +! i+t
'ycry she said. "Then will E.M.JOHNS.
good, you eyes, all the sweet loving soul of her I I
I'll fix it with Connieto the front porch, talking in whispers. 3-2-St. Speciar Master.
tay. try to up shining in her own. And ;Jerry kissed
save the of the house Fairy had gone for a stroll with the r.
reputation her. i
still faithful Babble. Connie and the 1 CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN J. R. Davis
No, they did not quote poetry, they The twins scrambled down from the

did not discuss the psychological Intricacies twins had evidently vanished. Minot maple speechless and cold with terror, ON YOUR WIFE S DRESSER __ "
quite that! Carol and Lark came
of spontaneous attraction, and saw Prudence and Jerry! Then & Company
swiftly around the corner of the par -
they did not say anything deep, or they saw Connie: staring at them with

wise, or learned. But they smiled at 47Atr sonage. Interest and amusement"I Cincinnati Man Tells How to S t
"Good evening, said Lark politely,
each other: with pleased Investigating think we'd better go to bed, all Shrivel Up Corns or CallusesSo
and Prudence sat up abruptly. The
eyes lIe put his hand on the cover twins never wasted politeness I They three of us," declared Lark sturdily. They Lift Off With INSURANcEStarke jj

let. just near enough to touch the laceon And they set off heroically around the
.
wanted something."Do
the sleeve of her silk dressing gown. house. But at the corner Carol Fingers.Ouch .
mind if we take Jerry
you
And together they found paradise in turned.
around by the woodshed for a few minutes 'Florida
the shabby sitting room of the old Prue?'.' "Take my advice and go Into the ? ? This kind of :-: j |

Methodist parsonage that afternoon. woodshed" she called, "for all the Av rough talk will be heard less here in
.1 Prudence sniffed suspiciously. "Whatare 9f9 Of6+ $4+- J 4i+j+t.... Ft
"Must you prepare meat for breadIng you going to do to him?" she de! erys are looking out of their windows. town if people troubled with corns will >

half an hour before cooking, or manded. Prudence did not hear, but he drew follow the simple advice of this Cin-

when?" demanded Fairy, from the dinIng "We won't hurt him" grinned Carol her swiftly to the darkest corner of the cannati authority, who claims that a

room door. impishly. side Porch-and history repeated Itself few drops of a drug called freezone SPRING TERM REVO COURSE

"What?-Oh!Fifteen minutes be- "Maybe he's afraid to come," said: once morel! __ -- when applied to a tender, aching ccrn

fore. Don't forget to salt and pepper or hardened callus stops soreness at April 2 Jun',; 1,1917write
Lark, "for there are two of us, and Continued Next Week.
the crumbs, Fairy""Perhaps ( ) once, and soon the corn or callus dries
we are mighty men of valor. for catalogue! full information.JOBOSTETSG.WERSITY .
lifts
up and right off without pain.
some time your father will "That's all right Prudence answered Sloan's Liniment for Rheumatism.The .
Itt and of the others "Do Yoa Drink?* He says freezone dries immediatelyand
you a couple << defensively. "rd sooner face a torture of rheumatism, the inflames ,
never or even irritatesthe
come to Des MoInes with me in the car. tribe of wild Indians any day thai you aches that make life unbear- DELAND FLORIDAFREE
thatI pains and
,
You would few days there, I and It was such a new experience surrounding skin. A small bottle ;
enjoy a would have promised anything she twins when you are mischiefbent""Oh able are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, will cost very little at any drug store
know. dear
I Jive with aunt a ,
my we Just want to use him a few clean clear that is to
liquid apply -
asked. But I like smoking. a easy but will positively remove every hardor
will adore
motherly little old soul. She "
will like her "Never mind the smoking. I only minutes, said Carol Impatiently. and more effective than mussy soft corn or callus from one's feet. OF CHARGE. a

you Prudence, and you asked that question out of curiosity. "Upoa: our honor, as Christian gentle plasters or ointments because it pene- Millions of American women will wel- Why suffer with indigestion, dyspepsia -
too. Would father let spend I
your you not to hurt a hair of
promise without For
we
men, trates quickly rubbing. this
with come announcement since the in-
about relations torpid liver constipation sour
Tell your ,
back me
a week? We can easily drive I "
his head. the many pains and aches following auguration of the high heels. If
living. stomach od-after-eat-
mother when she was your coming-u -
and forth In car.1t your !
the "Oh come along, and cut out the strains and muscle
I sprains
exposure doesn't have freezone
druggist tell him
who will "She has been dead four years. ing, etc., when you can get a sample
he but keep "
"Maybe will
comedy, Jerry broke in, laughing. soreness, Sloan's Liniment is promptly -
with some emotion. "We to order a small bottle for you. (61)Whenever ) bottle of Green's August Flower free
the while I am ?* Jerrold spoke led him to the wood-
parsonage away Then the twins effective. Always have a bottle on
I chums though her health at C. P. Cason's drug store. This med
"Fairy, to be sure. She must be a were great beside the shed toothache
When I was in shed. Close grew a hand for gout, lumbago, You Need General Took* icine has remarkable curative proper-
good fairy once in.a while. We can was always poor. tall and luxuriant maple. backache, stiff neck and all external Take drove's ties has demonstrated its efficiency -
vacations at and
.take the twins with us, Connie too, I, school I spent all my And 1 "Do you see this board?" began pains. At druggists, 25c. ((1) The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless by, fifty of success. Headaches -

. ,If you like and Fairy will only have to home to be with her. neverI Lark exhibiting with some pride a chill Tonic is equally valuable as a years disordered
mother father." I went abroad until after her death because General Tonic because it contains are often cautt'1lly a
I I the
your solid board about two feet in length! Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System stomach. k=
I she did not like the Idea of my well known tonic propertiesef QUININE
"Prudence, shall we have tea or coffee "Well we found this over by the Avery The Old Standard general strengthening tonic and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive August Flower i i' put up in 25 and R

. ?" This was Lark from the door going so far from her. barn. We've found a perfectly GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out out Malaria, Enriches the, PVxi BII, 75; cent bottles. For sale by all deal-2
I want to Malariaenrichcstheblood.aodbuiI. the *-
I do not up 17i
; way. "Fairy wants to know.? I "Jerrold my boy. me.haaI gorgeous place up in the. old tree \there *i. A true tonic. For"'iUts8 vJ..>"I4tea. SOC. Builds ep tl>t \\hole System 'rc.:1l i* ers in civilized courtries.
but tell _
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"What?-Oh!-Which do you want., seem r too severe
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