Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02064
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02064
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t.' "a's' RECORD NUMBER OF ABSTRACTS I stracted.

r;''r' [L CIVIC DEPARTMENT ] MAN SAYS HE I The Tallahassee LEGISLATIVE-Daily NEWS.Democrat will I.I The Bradford-County land Abstract office Com-busi- it not The unless buy United real an abstract estate States!or goveto shoyrjaq loan '" ,

doing a '
is really title is .
FLIRTED WITH be sent to any address for the entire pany They received twenty-five or- furnished elf,
ness. -
for only 11:.
.' I session of the 1917 legislature
r $ ders for abstracts in one day last week I Drives Out l\1aiarlai
: CIVIC DEPARTMENT There were women inspecting the $1. It will be the most important session from land owners over the county. The The Old Standard jmertl Bcfl4J U,-......
.. sewers, inryears. Keep up with its do- people seem to be waking up to the GROVE'S TASTfI.ISS,hUt Tom tl" ,

Florida Federation of Women's The water, the milk, and the schools! DEATH FOR ings. Address, The Daily Democrat, necessity of having their lands ab- Halarla.mriches-. Atruetomc ttealaandt baIda '"
Tallahassee, Fla. I .....,-
Clubs. Mrs. J. A. Hendley, chairman, Having their say about dogs and cats, Por1qJt. : '
Dade City. And even the horses and mules!
; -t:
(These question have been tackedup FOUR YEARS
in the Starke school rooms, and the Some of the men had come to him, {
children requested to follow them.) And told him to "call or' his wife!

Do you like your work 1f (For Mother's department was civics), -
. < Do you always play fair? He 'called' her! Sure! On your life! FELL OFF UNTIL HE ONLY :1

Do you try to control your tongue?
f: Do you sleep with windows open? But Mother just quietly smiled, WEIGHED SEVENTY LBS. ,
Do you breathe deeply and stand ort And told him to listen a minute;
r i sit erect? These men couldn't hurt him, she said, TAKES TANLAC AND GAINS t

r1-. Do you bathe regularly and often? For all their wives were in it! TWENTY-ONE POUNDS.

F Do you drink: plenty of water? 4
And no matter what said she felt :
r Do you eat slowly and moderately? was ,
; Do you wash your hands frequently? She wasn't so much to blame, "Ill tell you the truth; if I knew That is a big word some of you young folks need a dictionary .
I Do you brush your teeth daily? For, if she dropped out at once, the I this Tanlac was not going to be sold '
j.I. Do you wash and brush your hair work any more I would buy every bottle on to get the full meaning. ,
' : often? Would go on, just the same. that counter over there before I left
r .: Do you keep your nails clean? here tonight said W. A. Spitzer, at Well, you sell us YOUR goods, then you buy OUR goods, I

1 :: Do you keep your pencils and fin- Later on, Dad got a notice to cleanA Patton-Pope's Drug Store, Birming- and we have more money to buy your goods. Again, if a man
old lot- ham _
, ;. gers away from your mouth? dirty vacant recently. Mr. Spitzer is a well ;
Do you wish to be good? .Cut down the weeds and build a walk! known painter employed by the Ten- buys your goods when you can't sell them somewhere else yin
f Do ? Oh my! He was properly 'hot!' nessee Coal, Iron and Railway com-
you easily get discouraged all fairness give him at least a CHANCE to buy them 4henyou
Do you always feel in good health? pany, and resides at 910 South Sixty-
Do you try not to injure the prop- He went to the mayor and council, tighth street, Birmingham. can sell to someone else.
erty of others? And told them he'd been wronged! "Before I began taking it I only

i' Do you try not to dislike anyone? But he didn't get a grain of help, weighed 135 pounds. Today I got on A hint to the wise is sufficient: We have the goods and the '" '.
Do you like animals and music For their wives all 'belon :ed!' the scales and tipped them at 156-a | I.. ;
I I II- .' J J I gain of 21 pounds-and more than I I right prices and we can use your produce

) Then, a man came down from New ever weighed in my life. That's exactly $ ;
A FEW PERTINENT QUESTIONS I York, I what four bottles of Tanlac did 8.

-t- I A big bug,' with money to burn. for me. Just look at this belt! 1 had ;

I. That the people of Stall may see The board of trade motored him 'round to let it up four inches, and it is still I N. B. HULL STARKE, FLA.:: :

how favorably they can answer during Our town, from stem to stern. tight on me."About ,

r the "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign seven years ago I commenced ,.
'- He thought it was the 'dandiest' vil- having stomach trouble, and it kept .;:_ .
, t lage I getting worse until I began having attacks ._ =:J
Are to town?
you loyal your
That he had ever seen; I of acute indigestion. When these
J 1! Are you doing all you can to make I ,
The sanitation attacks .
was perfect- came on me I would just swell Lj
l : jour.town attractive? Every nook and corner clean. up like a mule with the colic, and : o .
How the entrances to Full Ask Your G
are your Supply of
got as limp as a rag. My breath would '- .
town? And Dad swelled with get short, and R. Davis
up pride and joy my pulse so weak, I J.
, 't Do you allow the railroad right-of- The happiest man on earth, was afraid my heart would stop beat- COFFINS AND CASKET ForHEEK

;: way to be used as the dumping ground When the millionaire. bought his vacant ing. The stomach pump had to be
i... for tin cans, old stoves, etc, etc.? &
lot used every time, as this was the only All Sizes and Qualities Company
Do you think prospective citizens For three that ( NEALSCOFfEES
times what it was worth! thing would relieve me. Finallymy
f.: would want to buy in town
property a Always on Hand
kidneys went back on me, and I
i with such municipal housekeeping?, Today.. Dad was talking to Neighbor don't believe I was out of Pain night -
\; Are you neipnig your iiicrcaauia ur Smith.I or day for four long years:and I actually INSURANCEStarke
the mail order houses? PRICES REASONABLEJ. i
heard him. Says he, big and got so weak I could hardly stayon
Are meat and vegetable markets -
grand: my feet-much less work. I was
\ clean and sanitary? "Smith, to humor the ladies, now and was fading away fast, and got down C. CONE I
; Are your town officials good muni then to where I only weighed 70 pounds.I Ltwtejr w Florid :-: Florida Best Byfverv"

cipal housekeepers? We'll lend them a helping hand. was almost a walking skeleton, andI ,
Do you throw "things over the tell you I was flirting with "' \:

-r fence" for other people to clean up? "They have got to be busy at some- I and guess. I would have been my.in grave it if = -V'
What are doing for the ,
I you young -
thing, it naan't been tor Tanlac. for four
; people of your town? (And he patted Mother's arm). years I couldn't hit a lick of work.I -
'f Are your moving picture shows elevating So let them have their Woman's Club, guess I was as near dead as any

f '-t. or demoralizing? They can't do any harm!" man you ever saw to be alive. Bujb, A. L. CREWS General! InsuranceI
Have you a Junior Civic League, look
x at me now; I am strong and as
of Camp Fire Girls or Boy Scouts? Some day I am going to get married, well now as I ever was in my life, and represent none but FIBS
r. Is community civics taught in your And I don't want any other can do as big a day's work as any Blacksmith and WheelwrightPLOW CLASS companies and will t.
schools Is it real of
a study your Kind wife than the
of one who belongsTo man. constantly ou alert to pro'mote
community, or merely such a course in a Woman's Club-like Mother. "Yes, sir, if ever mortal man has your interests. Guanntei

name Are only? public schools to the been through the rub I am the man.I WORK A SPECIALTYAll courteous treatment to all pfr:
standard your? up DEMORESTS TO PLAY IN STARKE have paid out, I guess, not less than trons. A well written policy bfa '

1 c: Have you play ground equipmentfor for$2,500 doctors'in the bills past six or seven years first-class agent in ttfr';
and medicines
The Demorest Stock Company will and Work Guaranteed
your parks and school grounds? have bought class company sometiaes mew
enough medicine from
Are you a member of a Woman's open in their pretty tent theatre on drug stores in Birmingham to much in case of loss by firs
Club? If not, why not? Madison avenue Monday, March 19th interest own an RAIFORD :X: FLORIDA
one of them and I
Why should your neighbor work to for a week's engagement with changeof was H. C. RICHARD Stub
lucky not to have had an undertaker'sbill ,
each and vaudeville
play night be-
enhance the value of your property ;.
to wind it
and you sit idly by and enjoy the re- tween acts. Monday night's play "The up.
j. Wages of Son," a powerful play in 4 "I have been a painter all my life, "
| suits of her labor, time and money? and have t
r acts. Bob and Ona Demorest will be had painter's colic several I
seen in leading and comedy parts at times, so guess that had a lot to do -

MOTHER, DAD AND I each performance. An excellent line with my condition. Anyway, there COFFINS CASKETSAnd SMOKE
of plays have been selected and will seemed to be nothing that would help a full line of j
\\n be properly staged and acted by a straighten me out. Every time I heardof.
t f A. Boy's Story of a Woman's Club. company of merit. Prices 15 and 25c. .a new medicine I would get it. I Undertakers' Supplies

'. (From "Little Cracker Rhymes" by read of Tanlac one day, and that's one Always on hand. The best service ALL PURE
,time I hit it right. That's HAVANA
t Lewis.Rose Ankey Lewis Mrs. Edgar GOOD NEWS TO GIRLS .ed me. Why, Tanlac just raised sav-me at the lowest prices. Special II
) attention
i right out of my grave. I can now eat to telegraph orders. .

:.,. One evening, Mother, Dad and I Mrs. Waldrup Will Conduct Short anything, and actually I eat so much The "
l' Were at the supper table; Course in Starke. I get ashamed of myself. My land- Registered Embalmer popular cigar the South. Made by the I H

Of course, I was eating everythingAs lady said the other day she would haveto STARKE CIGAR COMPANY :
raise board. I told DeWITT C. JONES :1
fast as I was able. Mrs. T. E. Waldrup will conduct my her, though,
a she Suc'sr to G. C.
must remember that for four Livingston & Co

For Mother's "eats" are sure "A.l;" and short 22.course All the in canning Starke club March girls 20,will 21 years she' made money off of me, and Starke, Fla. I Geo. L Massey, Prop. . Starke, Fla.We : !
I'll that I was only ::1
Sometimes I think die be entertained by the Starke people. making up for lost
If I try to take another bite, This short course will be held at the time. Why, seven and eight biscutsat .
'u And then she PIE.J a meal don't ,!
bring on court house. Every girl who attends satisfy me now, but I -- '"
I! this meeting will be greatly benefitted. just quit at that for fear I will overdo ","

I tell her, she must have been a boy, The men and women are invited to matters, but everything tastes so good
J (Only she wasn't bad;) come. The housekeepers of the town to me now! And sleep! Why, I never

But she just says she learned boy waysWhile and country will be greatly helped. would wake up if they didn't come in
she was raising Dad. and shake me. I haven't a pain aboutme
.! Short Course Program now." are Fishing for Favors

f 11 Well, that evening, :Mother says, First Day Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
. In a solemn sort of way: 10 a. m.Meeting girls. in all principal towns of the South, by :
: "I want to tell you, dear, I joined 10 to 11-Welcome addressCol.Peek. Cason in Starke: in Lake Butler by

i The Woman's Club today." Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company in With }
( district 11 to Demonstration and talk by Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; ; "Service" Bait .

I {i Dad laughed and winked, and winked nurse. in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in j

I 12 to Dinner.hour.
I Raiford
laughed, by the Weaver Drug Com-
1 to 4:30 Substitute
,I i Even when he began to smoke bread lesson. pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylor r i -

I!! 1 And read the paper, he'd have to stop During rising of bread-talk by phy- and in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. We have -, ,.
sician or dentist, one-half hour
or resolved
( To get off another joke. Advertisement. to make
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morn tOno, hv pai>h rwissihlv ,1 our service so necessary -
I I. -- -- ---- -or ---- r----"J.
! .. Mother was sure the silent girl, 4:30: to 5:30-Placing girls in to every owner of
homes. :NOTICE. a that
! car whenever
While Dad did his laughing and you ;
' winking. Second Day need kind ofCAR
I But Mother and I 9 to 12-Peanut lesson. We any
I knew thought Dad are now handling ice made from ,
I I _Had better "get busy" thinking. 12 to 1:30-Dinner hour. distilled water, on account of some
i 1:30 to Canning demonstration. folks not being satisfied with that :;,
Well, he home and said i Bread judging. which not.
one day came was We also have a wagonon
, Neighbor Smith was raising the 'Tomato can judging. for delivery.We REPAIRS
4 to 5-Ride entertainment.
l "dickens." or will do our best to please with
: 'Cause the Woman's Club got the marshal 7:30 to Evening meeting. E. R.Poppell"Woman .. prompt service and good weight.J. .
: as a Saver and a t,
To make him shut up his chickens. Spender in the Third Home.Day" A, ent. will just naturally think of us FIRST. We j:

I Dad was sure some pleased at this, 9 to Strawberry preserns. want you to think of our
11 to 12-Talks on clothing. PLEASANT PARTY. service as the
For Smith's chickens just plowedour "satisfactory ;
12 to 1:30 Dinner recess. service To
yard. -

We don't keep any ourseh'esTbat's son.1:30 to 3:30-Tomato Cooking Les- The party given at the home of Mr. till accomplish this We stick to the job unI b
it seemed hard. it is done :
why so .. 3:30 to 4-Nutrition.. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis last Saturday RIGHT

But month later it different! Setting a table. ... night was enjoyed and appreciated by Give ; .
a was all. Those attending were, Messrs. us the FIRST'trial.
Health Talks
Dad didn't even grin, Nurses-Making a bed. Henry Green, Willie and Charlie Fowler We'll the rest :;;l :
And I know there was "something do- I Ellery and Robt. Thomas, Luther get
ing" Bandaging.Washing and Henry Ginn HOUihton .,. ,.
Gentry Stokes and Motor Oil .
' A '
Just by the set of his chin. baby, etc.and dressing a Frank Stokes, of Sampson, Melton B. grade for every Motor.'Starke

Harris, of i
county, Math
He said Mother's work in that Wom- Physicians-Care of the teeth. Dukes of Dukes, Will and Elmer 'ir -

an's Club Colds. Brown, Messrs. Minnie
Would, naturally, have to stop, Hookworm. Green, Gertrude, Berta and Aluia Thomas Motor ,S
Or he wouldn't have a customer left, Malaria and typhoid. and Bertha Leis, Mr. 'A. L. Co. !
Fresh air and sunshine
And would have to shut
up shop. Pickles-Dixie relish, Spanish pickle Green and family, Mr. Jack Goodgeand

and Rosy Pickle.ClothingSamples. family, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, a, K
There was a club crusade against flies, and son, Malcolm.At fe-Je
The butcher and baker must of materials, etc. Starke
screen a late hour the guests departed
A fine for trash in the street! for their respective homes, hoping to fla.'O;
t4 'The had to be clean! You a3 the ,
alleys get important national, meet again soon at the home of Mr.

i state. county news in the Telegraph. Lewis. A FRIEND. !-


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WHOSE CLOTHING IS AFLAME hundred and ten feet, .
News of Florida Short Paragraphs. I I thence easterly at right .....
angles to said street two i
hundred and ten feet to
To the members-The next meetingof Converted into Torch. Lakeland Man the west side of said street I, .

our Association will be a most important Dies From Burns. thence northerly along the f. ,
Live State News] west side of said street
one, and is called to meet in one hundred and ten feet + i

. Orlando, Thursday, March 22nd, 9 a. LAKELAND March 10.-Frank to the point of beginning. 110 @,2.003U rt.. $=: 20.38 t.
J. R. Davis .
--- -Beginning at a stake on the '
m. in the Orange County courthouse.At t
Brown, age twenty-six years, an em- west side of Walnut street
Told by Our Exchanges. this meeting some of the most important ploye of Perry's Garage on West Main five hundred and eight ,

subjects in the good roads development feet south of where the #
<- street, died in a local hospital tonight north line of the SE<-4 of ;
-- of this state are to be taken
after several hours of intense agony JiWii of section twenty- .

.-Stacks of information Sewall and is believed to be the largest up, and legislative matters for from burns. Brown's flesh was liter eight crosses said street

, :::. have been filed with the governor ever taken, with rod and reel, on traffic; : regulations will no doubt be ally cooked on his bones as the resultof and three running hundred thence and ninety west

. against Sheriff Dowling and Solicitor the Florida East Coast. some of the most interesting topics an accident at the garage. six feet, thence south one

, discussed.The hundred and ten feet, .; .
Howell of Duval
Lonnie county The man was seated by an auto thence east three hundred ; _

and it would be no surprise if both ST. AUGUSTINE.-Federal officialsare Orlando people are arranginga grinding some valves when, accordingto and ninety-six feet and ;, ,
good and we are sure that thence north along- the
removed from office. program, threw ,
are someone a
men making a. coast survey along the the will be west of Walnut street one
Florida East Coast and have a your presence at meeting lighted match on the floor. It hit a lit- hundred and ten feet to ;:
camp appreciated and that you will have tle of which flamed place of beginning _- 110 @2,003H perft; front
pool gasoline ; $220.38
LEESBURG.-The government will at Usina's North Beach. They are up J. W. Alvarez __ .
received benefit worthy of the time -- at a post on the ;; ;
establish a modern syrup factory and placing beacons, one of which will be and and set his trousers' leg afire. He west side of Walnut street : .

Lake North Beach expense.To started out of the garage, he said, three hundred ninety-eight ,
: laboratory at Astor, county, to on another on the north make the Orlando trip doubly feet south, 15 degrees ;
: experiment with a new process of end of Anastasia Island and one at or this date there when someone, mistaking a bucket of west of where the north ;

manufacturing syrup so that it will near Crescent Beach. The survey is interesting, on same gasoline for water, threw the contentsof line of the SEV of NWt i i j _
will be of the South
a meeting of section
. the him and in instant : twenty-eight
ferment.TALLAHASSEE. for the bucket over an
of and
neither crystalize or purpose charting depths ida chamber of commerce called In township six south of
for the guidance of Uncle Sam's war he was a mass of flames. range twenty-two east
the same city, and topics of interestnot from the crosses the west aide t
craft. The chart will show the shoals Lake Wier is but 150 yards of
.-D. B. Johnson, only to South Florida, but to the I said street and running
of Hamilton has been and the distance of safety lanes for entire state will be for discussion.You garage, and Brown dashed for the thence westerly at right
judge up
county lake. He across the railroad track
travel, thus saving ships from running got angle to said street three
removed from office by Governor Catts are invited to attend this meeting ;. hundred and ninetysixfeet
fell climb
'The and as he was trying to a
account of alleged conduct which aground. beacons that are being as well as the good roads meet thence southerly and
on wire fence which between him and
erected are huge structures, eighty was parallel to said street one
interferes with due administration of feet tall ing. the lake. By that time his clothingwas hundred and ten feet,
and erected on the summit of
the into L. P. DICKIE thence
justice and brings same open the hills. burned off his body. He was rush- right angle easterly to said and street at
contempt as considered by the order. Secretary. ed where
to the hospital physicians three hundred and ninetysix -

found his body to be a mass of burns. feet, and thence north
MIAMI-Costing approximately one AUSTRIAN RULER STARTLING erly along the west side of
KEY WEST.-The finding of the He remained conscious long enough to said street one hundred i
floating mine off Long Key that has million dollars and covering a ground OFFICIAL CIRCLES IN VIENNA tell his story, but would not disclose and ten feet to the place ..
space 140 by 200 feet, the twelve story of beginning containingone
has been "I
regarded as a mystery who tossed the match on the floor.
hotel H. G. Ralston and R. W. Ral- acre more or les*_ 110 @$S2.003 P'r'ft front
explained. The mine is one that had VIENNA Mar. 13.-The intense cold' don't want to harm him; it was an ac- E. S.I| Matthews _---Lots 1 and 2 blk 1 E. S. : $220.38
ston will build the
escaped from Key West harbor. It is at corner of Twelfth has passed and a thaw has set in, cident," he said. Brown was.unmar- Matthews add "A" _._... 101i fi 12.003.4 per ft front SUU6
street and Avenue A will be the last E. R. Poppell -------Lot 3 blk 1 E. S. Matthews :
solved the fuel of ried. His in -
which has taken
contact mine as was at first reported difficulty body was chargeby
not a
word in hotel construction and will be add "A" .......... 10 @$2.00344 verrt: front
but is one of those which pro- Vienna and incidentally greatly facilitated the Woodmen Lodge, of which he Mrs. Florence E. Canova ..Lota 466 and 7 blk 1 : $14U4

is touched off elec- the finest hostelry south of New York the of foodstuffs. member and will be buried I!.. S. Matthews add __207 8-10 Iii$ .00344
tect this city and by City. Announcement of the ho- importation was a near H. L. GrayBradford ... ____West half Iota 6 and 8 blk !)Proft front $HUI
tric wires. A tug has been sent to Flour mills, shut down owing to the Mulberry tomorrow.The 19 orig. Starke -_ 101i @$2.00344 perlft
bring it back to the naval station. tel was made- recently by the Ralston frozen condition of the rivers, are in affair caused a fire at the garage County Bank ..West 30Vi feet lot 2 and- front I U.36

brothers. It is not only the biggest and full bread rations 4 blk 19 orig. Starke .-- 105 @$$2.003 peCft front
operation again but the fire department extin- } $:10.36
building project in this city, but also Bradford County BankWest 564 ft lots 6 and 8 .
once more in force. Emperor Charles guished it before much damage was blk 16
orig. Starke 105 @$2.00344
dollars for
MIAMI.-One million in the entire South other in all per: It front S'IO.36
no city has been a tireless worker in the campaign done. J. W. Alvarez ....--- .Lots 2 and 4 blk 16 orig. :
thirty thousand acres of land in the Dixie having anything to Starke 105 @2.003U
---- peris
paid by two to relieve economic conditionsand Methodist Church _.._...-Loto 4 6 and 8 blk 7 orig front 521D.37
Cape Sable country was with what will be the Ralston ho-
new ;
the imperial teams"are still haul- NEW TURPENTINE STILL.J. Starke ---_____1 @12.0034' perift
Chicago men, R. N. Badenoch and C. I tel in this city.GREEN The Mrs. J. H. Jones Lot 2 blk 7 orig Starke .. 62'h' $2.00344 front 1315.4
ing coal for the populace. sight pet it front $106.l9
R. Whalen. The tract is a part of the I i A. V. Long -._---Lot3 two, three four and

Model Land Company's holding and COVE.-The French gov- of blooded stock, heretofore only harnessed M. Truby has bought of Peek & five block 4 as shown by I

Frank J. to state coaches, hauling coal Son the lot of land between the Standard plat of the original survey i!
through by
the deal was put ernment has ordered the release of trucks is of the curious wartime of the town of Starke 1
for the Mr. one Oil Co's and Mrs. Mary Hop- being in the :. 3
Powers, agent company. Oscar Pflug, a former employe of the incidents in the Austrian The spur NEVJ

dowers gave out the figures in the American embassy in Berlin. The release banished capital.wheat bread kins in the northern part of Starke, stays S R 22 of east see.and?8 recorded, :tp 6. t
transaction, which, in his opinion, is was made on representations by emperor headquarters and is erecting thereon a turpentinestill. ; in deed book N page 759 >.

the largest real estate deal on recordin the American ambassador. Oscar Pflug from the officers' mess at army Mr. Truby, while heavily in the of the public records of ,
and had both wheat bread and said _
county :: 105 @$2.00344
--- ft
Florida. was one of the several persons detained flour removed from a special train tak- trucking and exporting business, is..' H. L. Cray -.---__...Lot one in block four of per front $210.36

by the French authorities when Gerard's Maximillianto I also a naval stores man, but hitherto. the original town of
his brother Archduke
ing he has had his distilling done by R. S. Starke and a portion of
entered France. Pdug'sreplies
PLANT CITY.--The cabbage movement party Constantinople. The emperor re- SEK of NW% of Sec. 28

from this city is averaging two to questions put to him were ,marked that if the common soldiers, Humphrey, at Alfalfa. tp 6 S. R. 22 East and
The new still will hold eight barrels running east and west
declared to have been unsatisfactoryand
day but the market has weakened ;the and himself contented
cars a people were 210 feet and running _
over the extremely fancy prices he was held pending further investigation I with black bread the party on the and Mr. Truby will have to spend $1.- north and south 105 feet105 C 12.00344 per ft front $$210.36 '.

paid ten days ago, some sales having Although Pflug had been train should be. 000 before everything is in worktng Mrs. Kate Brown ...._,...Lota numbered nine. ten. i
employed at the embassy in Berlin, his order, and the value of our town is eleven twelve thirteen
been made this week at $2 per hamper, }
Official circles in Vienna and else- enhanced that extent. fourteen fifteen and sixteen
name did not in the public records to
and a little below this figure. This appear where throughout the empire have not block four as laid f
is due it is said to the fact that the of American diplomatic and consular down on the continuation ;
recovered from the shock caused of the
of the
yet Bad Cough? Feverish? Grippy? map town
is not to the the employes, he having been en- .
quality up average of Starke 209 OI2.00344
by his energetic: methods. Red tape -------- -- per ft front $418.71'i
cold weather early in February having gaged provisionally at Berlin duringthe You need Dr. King's New Discoveryto Board of Deacons Baptist _

has and left and official i
been cut right
nearly all plants to some ex press of business. Max Pflug, the stop that cold, the soothing balsam Church of Starke, Fla.Commencing at SW cor of
damaged heads continue to fall in the general. land owned by J. E. Ella 1
father of the who lives at Ride- the irritated
man, ingredients membranes '
tentFELLSMERE. and running east two hun ,
It is sad time for certain
out, recently appealed to the state department clean-up. a soothe the sore throat, the antiseptic dred and ten feet to fifteen ,

to use its good offices in ob- army officers who have been enjoying qualities kill the germ and ft alley thence south J
of instance the along said alley one hundred -
The staff sinecures. In one
taining the release of Pflug. your cold is quickly relieved. Dr. and five feet, thence i
from this is sent 70 to the front and re-
carlots of produce place emperor King's New Discovery has for 48 years west two hundred and ten
that them invalided officers. feet, to east side of Wal-
the best of evidence things are placed by
W. H. KEMP been the standard remedy
nut street, thence north
doing in this vicinity in spite of the The energy and force of characterhe ;
and coughs in thousands of homes. Geta along east side of said
late cold unpleasantness. Gees F. Green displays are attributed by those street one hundred and
bottle and have it handy in
Respected Citizen Formerly of Law- today five feet to place of beginning _
started a car of cabbage north last who know him to the fact that he was
Producers tey, Passes to His' Reward. in what far from the lap your medicine chest for coughs, colds .. 105 @$2.40314 per ft front $210.36
Tuesday, and the Fellsmere reared was grippe and all bronchial affec- N. B. Hull .-"'._ -.Beginning at the southeast i
of potatoesand of luxury comparatively speaking. His corner of land formerly
Association shipped a car tions. At druggist 50c. ((2) .
of during the branch of the imperial family was no- your owned by Constantine .
another 'cabbage William Henry Kemp was born on thence westerly along said

week. They represent many large, I Wednesday, September 30, 1840, near toriously poor and before he became Constantinea line two $

bright dollars and added happiness in New Lennox, Illinois. He was a son heir apparent he was often actually I Read the Bradford County Telegraph hundred Walnut street and ten one feet hun to I _

Fellsmere homes. I of Eben Kemp and Sarah Briggs. Mr. hard up.WHEREAS.. -the home paper. dred and forty feet, thence .;

S Kemp was the eldest of 15 rhildren. easterly at right angle ,.;
h mw.. ihi f ur- to.Walnut street two hun- : it
the solid six of sisters dred and ten feet, thence
MIAMI.-One of biggest
and two brothers. Three of his sisters RESOLU f ION.chargable northerly to place of be1" ;
of land sold to an indivi- "-.. ___ .
bodies ever live in Illinois and in Kansas. His --"J., _IJ. ginning -- --- 140 @$2.00314 per f( front $280.49
nil or firm in the state of Florida has one A. -F. Harley. Town Engineer I to each lot or .parcel of land described Mrs. N. L. KnightCommencing at northwest ,
Laudon youngest brother resides in Washington ha definitely advised this Council that the in said assessment roll the definite '____ .. corner of the lot of land VVI
just been sold by Capt. J. F. City, where he is in the employof construction work provided for in Section 1 amount per foot front as contained in said upon which is located the
to'a group of promoters who are or- (A) of Ordinance No. 90 has been completed assessment roll hereinabove referred to and pastorium of the Missionary -
to handle a gigantic the government.Mr. -that be has ascertained the actual cost chare- made a part of this resolution.BE Baptist church in the
.; ganizing a corporation of Kemp served three years in the able per foot front to the abutting propertyand IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in or- Town of Starke. Florida. (',

development of 207,360 acres United States army during the war that he baa carefully and equitably apportioned ler to afford the property owners whose prop- thence run easterly and '
land located on the west coast oppo- commander of that part of the entire cost to be specially arty is proposed to be assessed notice of the along the northern bound
will have of the sixties and was assessed to the different pieces of property opportunity to file any protest they or any of ary of the said lot upon
;. site Miami. The corporation the Cleveland Post, G. A. R., the last benefitted by said improvements and has them may desire to file against the levying of which the said pastorium
a capitalization of somewhere about five of his life. About the .orepared an assessment roll. indicating therein the assessment and against the apportionmentof is located two hundred and
$5,000,000 possibly more and possibly years year the names of the owners if known the description same amount to different pieces of property ten feet, thence northerlyand
1880 he came South and while in Law- of the property abutting the said improvements abutting and fronting said streets ordered to parallel with Walnut
: less. A meeting of the stockholdersto tey, Fla., he met Miss Margaret Mc- and to be assessed the number of be improved that a copy of this resolution street seventy feet, thence
be held soon will decide this and front feet the lot or parcel of land contained shall be published once each week for two con westerly and parallel with
with the incorporation culley (daughter of our late belovedveteran the amount per front foot ehargable thereto secutive weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph the said pastorium lot two
other matters connected citizen, Mr. G. M. McCulley) and the total amount to be so specifically assessed a newspaper published in the Town of hundred and ten feet,
of a firm to be known"as married November 19 and has filed said assessment roll with Starke. thence southerly and along _
and they were the Town Council and. Walnut street seventy feet .
the Tamiami Trail corporation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that on the
1890. WHEREAS, the Town Council has considered 17th day of April. 1917 the Town Council will to point of beginning -_. 70 Q(2.0034i: per ft front $140.24 f
The testimony of different members said assessment roll as above described and meet to consider any and all objections that Mrs. Vida V. Morgan _. ginning at a stake at the
as prepared by said A. V. Harley, Town En- may he filed on or before that date by any per -i.kt'.lJU.._-.... I north west corner of land
TAMPA.-There was a considerable beloved eineer and examined the same and found the son or persona interested against any assessment now owned by N. B. Hull
rush at some of the Franklin street same to be correct or assessments proponed to be levied on the east aide of Wal-

stores when it was discoveredthat comes from his wife, who says: "He I NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY PROVIDED said person or persons interestedwho East nut street, run thence
grocery two hundred and
shall be dissatisfied shall file with the ten
TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Starke.
the price of Irish potatoes had worshipped the memory of his moth THE that said assessment roll as prepared by said Town Clerk before the 17th day of April 1917. feet thence north one hun
his illness he was in writing stating specifically/ and clearly any dred five feet, thence west .
been cut in half over night. Wednesday er. During long ,. F. Harley. Town Engineer be and the same hundred
the assessment roll of the injection that he may desire to urge against two ten feet, r
the U adopted as
Twenty- hereby
potatoes were selling at from 80 often heard repeating roll such apportionment or assessment. thence south one hundred
Starke of said assessment any
to 90 cents per peck, and Thursday third Psalm and other verses of Scripture being Town hereto of attached: copy and by express reference Adopted in regular session of the Town five feet..to. place...of...beginning ... 105 .

they were selling at from fifty to fifty- and joined in singing his avorhe made said roll a part were of set this out resolution in full therein.the same as if Council this 6th day of E.March S. MATTHEWS 1917. Mrs. Eva KillianO. __.____ .Bounded--on--the- north-- by Q2.0flqiJ. ___per_..ft.. .front. $210.31 .

five cents per peck. As potatoes have songs. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that thisT Attest: Chairman. Davis and Truby' add -

been on the boycott list of several or- \ He went peacefully Wednesday .own Council does hereby. fir ._.. the_ _amount m. C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. dred running and east fifty-two three feet hun to .

ganizations for the last few days, the night, February 21,1917. The funeralwas ASSESSMENT ROLL OF WALNUT STREET the transit railroad thence

general.supposition was that the boy- conducted in the home Friday FROM NORTH SIDE OF MADISON STREET TO THE NORTH SIDE OF NINTH STREET. south one hundred and

cott had brought down the price, but morning, after which be was laid to Name Description Ft frontage eighty-aix feet along said

this true. rest in Fort Hill cemetery. May the Harry and Jenny Rivers _Lots 5 and 7 blk 18 orig. line of road thence west t
grocers denied that was Starke _______________ 105 @$2.00344 per ft front $210.36J. three hundred and fifty-
Some stated that would sell what "Everlasting Arms" be around about 3 two feet to Walnut street,
they D. and P. L. Gaskins _East 46% ft lots 1 and
they had at the low prices and then the dear wife to bear her above the blk 18, orig Starke ______ 105 @$2.00314 per ft front $210.36! along and Constantine the line of Brown thence

______. 23 ft lot 5 and 7 blk .
she East
of and Mrs. B. B. Hopson
dark sorrow may
would the sale of potatoes, waves north along Walnut street
17. orig. Starke ________ 105 @$2.00344 per ft front $210.36
letting the boycott take care of itself. find comfort in Him who said, "Call Da A. H. Freeman _______Lots 1 and 3 blk 17, orig. one hundred and sixty-
me in the day of trouble and I Starke ___________._____ 105 @$2.00344 per ft front $210.36 three feet to tlace of beginning
S and 7 blk 6. orig save and except
shall deliver thee and thou shalt glorify Board Public Instruction Starke __-w_________. 105 @ 2.003H per ft front $:HO. 6 all that piece or parcel of f

JACKSONVILLE.-Sheriff J. H. Me.-Cleveland (0.) Banner. Mrs. Maud D. Crews __.__Lots 1 and $ blk 6 orig land described as follows:
King of Clay county, was arrested Starke ________________. 105 @$2.00344 per ft front 'ZlO. 5 Commencing at the southwest
Bonita E. Jones ..____Lots 7 and 9 blk "D" Jones corner of land own
here on the authority of a peace war- PAPER PRICES EXPECTED TO Mrs. add _________________ 108 @$2.00344 per ft front' $216.37 ed by A. Z. Adkins on

: rant sworn out in the office of Justice BE LOWERED. J. M. Alvarez ________Lots 1. 3 and I 5 blk "D" Walnut street in the town
of the Peace John W. Dubose by Mrs. Jones add ________ 150 @$:;.00344 per ft front $300.52E. of Starke run south eightytwo ?{
feet said
... ___.___Commencing at the N. E. along t
S. Matthews
King, wife of the sheriff. It was reported Walnut Street, thence east
WASHINGTON March 6.-The fed- cor blk "D" Jones add three hundred and fifty
bond to ,
that Sheriff King gave run north along Walnut feet to Railroad avenue
secure his release from custody. Mrs. eral trade commission announced to- street fifty ft, thence west ninety-two and one half :

King is living at 33 West Adams street day that the principal news print paper to south Clark along street the two east bun-aide feet to the south east cor
United of land of James T. Wills
The affidavit of Mrs. King made certain manufacturers of the dred and ten feet, thenceof thence west three hundred r

allegations regarding the belligerent States and Canada had proposed that said Clark street fifty and fifty feet to the point p

since he the commission determine a reasonable feet, thence east two hun- of beginning on Walnut it 81 Q'Z.O t4.'P4r it front $162.21
actions of her husband dred and ten feet to placeof J. Griffin __.____.__.Commencing at the south .
came here from Green Cove Springs. maximum price for paper from March1st beginning _-.--___, 60 @$2.00344-per: ft front $100.17 west corner of land owned .. V

to September 1, 1917. The proposal L. E. Roberto ___ Lot 9 and south 10 ft lot by A. Z. Adkins on Walnut
7 blk "A" Jones Add 621f, @$2.00344 per ft front $125.22 street, run south eigh
was taken under advisement. Mrs. J. A. Wainright __.South half lot 5 and north ty-two feet along said-
STUART.-On Sunday last George The offer, according to a statement 42', ft lot 7 blk "A" in Walnut street, thence east

Goll, of Comers Point, N. J., in com- I the commission, would save millions Jones add _--- 68% @$2.00344 per'flTron13137.J3: three hundred and fifty
by ___._..Lot S and north half of lot
Dr. J. P. TomUnson feet to railroad
pany with Mack Dreifus, made a tripto I to the large publishers, and would ( blk "A" Jones add .._ 78% @$2.00344 per ft front $157.77 Thence north along avenue.said .

the Gulf Stream aboard the yacht avert absolute ruin to hundreds of the Jay S. Brown ______Lot 1 blk "A" Jones adlac 52 @$2.00344 per ft front $105.19 Railroad avenue ninety- -

GeeDee E. Z. Gale. On the announcementadds F. H. Long __________Lot 11 and south 40 two and one-half feet to
Capt. The
smaller publishers. 12 blk "C" Jones add 90 @$2.00344 per ft front $180.S1 the southeast of

way out they succeeded in taking 15 that as a result of the public: N. T. Riteh _______.__Lot 13 and north 10 ft lot 12 land of James corner T. Will,
Blk "C" Jones add 60 9$2.00344 per ft front $120.21
dolphins and also had the good fortuneof hearings during the past eight monthsit thence west three hundred

hooking a sail fish of large pro has arrived at the conclusion that III. Daisy Lee Francis Beginning. west aide at of a Walnut post on street the and fifty feet to the pointof

portions. After a fight of 15 minutesthe the paper shortage is largely artificialthe six hundred and eighteen street beginning___- on Walnut 82 @'$2. QU: per ft front $164.:9

fish liberated ltself from the much prices exhorbitant and that free feet south fifteen degree A. Z. Adkin ............'.o1a 1 and 2 blk 1 Davis .
too small hook. Daily trips to the to exist. west of where the north and Trnby'i add 100 @$2.09341 per ft front $204.U
competition has ceased line of the SEV. of NWVi W. Murdaugh Lota* 1 and 2 blk 2 Davis 4
Gulf Stream are contemplated until at ertLSe of section: twenty-eight in and Truby' add _..:: .. 100 C U.Ot'IH per ft front $%00.31.
least one sail fish is taken. On the Make your letterheads township six south range Mrs. C. P. Ray ? .Lot* Sand 4 blk 2 Davia -- V
and landed business. Give them individuality twenty-two east crosses and Truby's add .____._ 100 @32.C031d per ft front $200.35
lame day Mr. Goll hooked your distinctive noticeablenot the west aide of said street Dr. A. L. Scott Lot 1 blk S Davis and Tru-

after a desperate fight of 50 min- make them thence westerly at right an- by? add --_....... ... M @$2.00344 per It front $100.17
ute* Jack weighing 85PInds. I commonplace. Use good stock 1 glea to said street two C. A. Mixon .Lot 2 blk 3 Davi and Tru- 'f
an amber
them printed by the hundred and ten feet, by's add ____ SO @$2.00744 per ft front $100.17
This is the largest fish of its and have thence outherly and par- F. W. Bodingloa _.....Lot 1 bit ) Temple's add.18 @12.00H4: per ft frost | 72.12

land ever brought into Stuart or Port graph.

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the sorrows of your your
Bradford County Telegraph trial, and therefore you try to dismiss 1 RUB OUT PAIN TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR LIFT OUT YOUR' CORNS

the matter with a sigh, But compel Caused by An Acicdent on March NASTY CALOMEL

Published and entered your memory to open all its hiding Seventh. 1 with good oil liniment That'sthe -
Weekly, as tec Apply a Few ThenWl
: places, and you will probably see many suresl way to atop them. Drops :
1' ODd class matter at the post-o ite at things you have done of which: you of the older-citizens of Brad- The best rubbing liniment is Starts your Liver Without Mak- Corns or Calling Off With f

Starke, Florida. may be proud. And in delving in the Many You Sick and Can-
ford county will remember R. W. Cam- ing Fingers-No Pain.'rl>1 1Xo :
will call to mind how
past many
you of who was one of the
eron, Hampton not Salivate.
times have stood on the brink of "': '
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner you trusted men of the county. He moved MUSTANGLINIMENT
committing act that would have humbug! Any
some com v- f
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor from Hampton about fifteen years ago hard soft ,
ho between
had unpleasant consequences, but or the
: wand went to Atlanta, where he engaged Every druggist in town-your drug- loosen right 1riIl1
snatched up and lift
you were away as by your ant,
the fruit and commission : without
in produce
Can it be that the German Hydra, guardian angel, from falling into the business. Advices from Atlanta gist and everybody's druggist has noticed particle of pam or soreness a{_

who baa "a finger in everybody's pie," abyss. Also how many hair-breadth have reached to the effect that Mr. a great falling off in the sale This drug is called freezone and i,,-;

is also fomenting the railway men'sproposed escapes you have had from deaf, injury Cameron died us a short time ago and of calomel They all give the same compound of ether ,diseove bJ *w

strike? and sorrow, and perhaps you willconsider" that the death was accidental.. The (? Good for Ailments of -reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingits Cincinnati man. "
yourself lucky after all at any drug store
From the testimony of some of the will convince you that Providenceguards particulars are very meagre and areas Hones, Mules, Cattle, ftc. place. bottle of freezone, which will for a ia.n
witnesses at blind tiger trials, it maybe follows: "Calomel is dangerous and people eost but
at all times, that He has trifle but is
inferred that a man who causes a you a "Mr. Cameron was accidently wounded Good for goat eon A cGa, know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is a sufficient to rid one'
mission for to fulfill, and it putsin feet of
you every corn or callus.
bottle of corn liquor to grow where strong light the psalmist's words: by a pistol while searching for a Pins, RinmttiMtiMti Sprains, perfectly safe and gives better results Put a few drops '
r none grew before, is a public benefactor. "What is man, that Thou art mindfulof burglar on Thursday night March 1st Cuts, BonisTEte.25c.50c.I. ," said a' prominent local drug tender, aching corn or directly upon any
and died from the effect on March gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is callus Instei. ,
I, him? and the son of man, that Thou At aD Dula I penon- b ly the soreness disappears and
I 7th. tally wranteed by every druggist who churl,
visit st him! ly the corn callus
: Starke's merchants deserve praisefor R. W. Cameron came to Hampton sells it. A large bottle costs 60 cents, cr will loosen a 11d '
their rectitude: While read of If you are purse-proud or position- it can be lifted off with the
we about 1890 and lived there fingeri
many yearsas and if It fails to give easy relief in
proud and would "take stock" of This
your drug freezore
prohibitive prices being charged fo merchant and truck He doesn't eat
rself a grower. every case of liver sluggishness and oct
, in the states that occasionally, your spirit would be the corns or calluses but
necessaries produce shrivels
was one of those who started our constipation, yon have only to ask for tfcta>
:f. them, the same goods, imported to humbled-and, therefore, introspectionis town in its growth and made her baek.Dodson's without even irritating the surrounding .
not to taste. For would, your money
Starke from these states be your you skin.
.1' can important trucking center. His intelligence
'J bought here for less money. And incases perhaps, find that you have gained an rectitude and Liver Tone is a pleasant- Just think! N'o pain at all; no IOl1o-
eminence not so much throughtalent popularitT tasting, purely vegetable remedy,
where bought before your ness or smarting when
goods were
made him a noted man harmless to both children and adults. applying ft
the phenomenal rises our merchants as by a favorable combinationof Hampton but in the whole county. He or afterwards. If your druggist doat
Take at night and wakeup
circumstances which had a spoonful
over you have freezone
have not taken undue advantage of him order
was one of the incorporators of Hampton it for
r.o control not through hard work and I feeling finer no biliousness, sick
this circumstance, but sell them at the ; and a municipal officer there, and you. ((82)'
sacrifice, but through dishonesty, headache, acid stomach or constipated
old prices. The merchandise referred honored him --
his district by electing
craftiness and by taking advantage of bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause -
to includes not only groceries, but him for commissioner. His moving
others' needs; not through a manly inconvenience all the next day like EDGAR
g meats, dry goods, from the county was generally regret YES
and furniture. fight, but through humbling yourself violent calomel Take a dose of cola _
ted his friends wished him
but .
many Opt c an _
before the mel
t mighty, using your neigh today and tomorrow you will feel
SHOW APPRECIATION. bors as stepping stones, and by deceiving Godspeed acumen, and he through prospered his in fine Atlanta business ic LJ'\t weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea .JACKSONV'l"f. F _A

with borrowed plumage. Also day's work! Take Dodson'a Liver Brokt.rL.rsc Ouplic&tloCl
his firm R. W. Cameron
: being styled
When a farmer has bought goods in that when men show you deference it & Co. His i untimely death will be Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor Sama Day u R.citvtd 4
is not from love or admiration, but MkSpai+Gze 01\-,1 Orders-We Pat
.... Starke, the merchants consider the from fear of and wish much regretted here and the sympa and ambition. (1( -5; 140", rtlRSYTIt ..i"vi
transaction ended, and the farmer sees your power you thy of the entire county goes out this ) Frit1 X
you could say: "Blessed is he who is
no more evidence of the merchant than bereaved family. -
j that he rushes by his place in his automobile afraid of nobody, and of whom nobody Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell You get al the important national

on a pleasure trip. The far is Damocles afraid"-for you probably fear a FINANCE COMMITTEE.In .1;', everybody., Advertise. I state, county news In the Telemph.,
J mer when in town finds it hard to get sword-someone who knows

A eef. an/1.. JIlta" TItAN tn _ltitl"lt_ _Via.' your antecedents may make public
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team, also to get water" r---for himself and some of your shady transactions.: connection with the Clean Up -

j horses, but worse yet, his wife and But no matter what an introspection and Paint Up campaign inauguratedby I II
.'t', children, if he has brought them along, may reveal, be not afraid of your- the Starke School and Civic Club,
have no place to stay while he attendsto self. Your life's history should be the following committee was appointed
business. They have to either stand very interesting to you, and from it at a meeting held on the 13th inst.: i

up in the stores or to sit in the buggy you may draw satisfaction or remorse, Committee on Finance-G. C. Liv \\.i PREPAREDNESS

; or wagon. They often bring along but always useful lessons for future ingston, chairman; J. T. Quigley, W.

water from home rather than to haveto guidance. He who goes through life E. Davis, N. T. Ritch, G. L. Massey, i ;
hunt all over town for some. This without frequent introspection, will J. F. Kickliter, R. A. Weeks. -
leads the fanner to believe that ail feel at the end of his career that he -

: the use the merchant has for him is tcpet has been an unfaithful steward in not BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING I -

his money for his enrichment. properly caring for the most precious Ta1bonT 1 I H) .
s Businessmen spend much money toget charge the Lord gave into his keeping You i : I
v' trade from other sections, also for -his life. But Not So Bad if Know How to ''I : I

delivery of goods inside of town. Why Reach the Cause. I '
CLEAN UP MOVEMENT. President Wilson and I
not spend a little money in reciprocation I says
of the trade that comes voluntar-
i'y and which requires no delivery ex- Chairman C. L. Peek informs us that I Nothing more discouraging that a PYibeNeed1eIai1
constant backache. Lame when he knows. The "Clean
pense! The movement just started the meeting of different chairmen of awaken you Up and
;I for a rest room for the farmer enstomers' various committees had almost a full puree you when you RHEN ordering your I
bend or lift. It's hard to work or to 2 r r suit this RI I
::t.o. families, and some other conveniences meeting on the afternoon of the 13th Spring I II
;= to show that we appreciate inst. That the,general clean-up spirit rest.kidneys.Backache Starke often indicates bad a fabric of character and I11'W..dle.Molded"I Paint Up" campaign is on us -
i. their visits to Starke, should have all was in evidence at the meeting was people recommend distinction Have it

j'\ the encouragement I possible.The most movement gratifying It is for hoped success, as voted of the at Doan's Mrs. Lucy Kidney Hemingway Pills. Read, W.this Call case St:, j: and we are ready with the goods.
DeFuniak Springs Breeze says the meeting that each chairman will says: "I suffered from a lame I j
: that the illustrations in Shell Fish get his committee together between and aching back and could hardlygetaround. ,

i Commissioner Hodges' report might as now and Monday, the 19th, and to It hurt me to stoop and lift Fresh stock Paint 011 Lime '

well have been omitted in these days : promptly meet again at 7:30 p. m. at and I felt miserable. My kidneys _{THE CLOSE TAILORING CO.I I .. .
- of high prices. The illustrations certainly the office of C. L. Peek & Son to decide didn't act; right and caused me a lot I Or CINCINNATI. 1---
: add tc the attractiveness of the details of co-operative campaign. of annoyance. Dean's Kidney Pills : Trash
report, though it is true that they were 'brought relief from the first and The above ia one of then : Brushes Burners etc.
not necessary at all, and made the MARKET REPORT. the aches and pains in my back left many New Models shown I i

publication more expensive. The and the other symptoms disappear- in their array of fashions I .

Start TplpcrrflnV.. in snoaV-ino.. nf the. e<1". I this Spring. 1
-- --
-- ----'" -- !
{ picture of the patrol boat Roamer,, The Interstate Stockyard, Talleyrand (Statement given March 10, 1911.) i I ,
says that the cannon which were taken avenue, report on the local live stock Still Uses Doan's. Five hundred beautiful fabricSjinduding -

Y off at Governor Catts' order, still appeared market by Williamson & Dennis, is as OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Palm Beaches, '

in the picture. We looked for follows: Mrs. Hemingway said: "I occasional Linens, Silks, Priestley Mo- S'g i Quigley Lumber &

them and didn't see them, and were Goats, 2 1.2 to 3 1-2 cents. ly take Doan's Kidney Pills as a preventive hairs, Kook Krashea and Supply Go.I.
under the impression they weren't Sheep, 3 1-4 to 5 1-2 cents. of kidney trouble and they Tropical Worsteds. ,
there any more.-Madison Enterprise. Lambs, 5 to 7 cents. keep me in good health." ; I."

Look again Bro. Merchant. Those Hogs, 160 IDS. and up, choice, $12 to Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't I Order Today-while the :
thingumbobs on the deck that look like $13. simply ask for I assortment is complete. ,
a kidney remedy-get
tightly rolled-up-parasols-and aboutas Medium to good hogs, 160 lbs and Dean's Kidney Pills-the same that I f Starke Florida. 1

dangerous-are sho' 'nough can up, $11.50 to $12. Mrs. Hemingway has twice publicly I j I STYLES THAT SPARKLE S I; ,

nons. to Good 1150.light hogs, 125 to 150. Ibs, $11 recommended. Foster-Milburn Co,{ WITH YOUTH .1 H I

% THE I SMALL FARMER. Good pigs 65 to 120 lbs, $9.50 to $10 Props., Buffalo, N. Y. -.-(27) II J. W. WHITE \ / \ i I

Fed steers, choice to prime, heavy I\ "-
9.50 to $10; good to choice & SON
When going in direction from $8 to $t LAISSIFIJEV S
fair to good, $7 to $7.75. D : .
Starke, Hampton Lawtey, Raiford and Florida I .'
600 lbs
Lake Butler one finds number of an< : _
a new .p. $7 to *7mBeanfed "' -
small farms in the making. This is Auk o about theCoWs
x sign of solid prosperity for all. a *, steers, 500 to 600 Ibs, $6.75 FOR SALE-Two good horses. Sam I ;; Coot :-.J A, Unite MercalitllgCompy

The large rancher, after his build Light Rosenberg, Starke. 2-9-tf. 1 ___A-
steers. $5.75 to $6.50.
#. ings and fencing are completed, buys Grass .
4 his supplies direct from the cities in Grass fed bulls steers $5.25 to 550. FOR SALE-A large farm mule. Will Raiford Florida. }
carload lots and keeps a commissary Grass $4.75. work any place, single or double. ,
for his laborers, thus contributing to cows, $4.50. I Wm. Whistler, Starke, Fla. 223tfFOR .
the of the Heavy bulls, $5.75 to $6.50. Will Not ,
progress county, only with Dissolve
Light bulls Partnership.
r the taxes he pays, the more so as he Herridicks t5 50 to $5.75. SALE-One horse 9 years old,
is generally a non-resident and leaves $5.25 to $5.75. works gentle in all harness, by L B.

;,' his business in the charge of a manager Fat Calves cows$6, $5.50 to $9.to $7.25. Tyre, Putnam Hall, Fla.j 3-16-4t The stockholders of the A. D. Andrews Mercantile ,:
whose office is of uncertain tenure
: and who takes little interest in. Medium cows, $.1.50 to $5.50. FOR SALE-I will sell all or any part ..;. Company, Raiford, Fla., have decided not to

'- the welfare of anything outside of his Canners $125 to $-i.50. of my 800 acres of land near Starke, should DO ff HlppM f 10 list desolve partnership
wire fences. Oxen, $4.40 to 650. Fla, on liberal terms. Andrew Miller bud", lor II allowed to run as was announced a short

The small farmer, to the contrary, Frankfort, Indiana. 3-2-4t unchecked serious results time ago, and they want to say to all their customers -

is intimately woven in with the business T. D. C. QUESTIONS FOR MARCH. may follow. Numerous and friends that ..
kw WANTED they hope to be better :
and social life of his section. He -Strawberry pickers. Have
" buys and sells at home, takes interest steady work for 10 hands. M. D. cases consumption able than ever to supply them with Merchandise
:; in schools, churches good roads drain bject, Jefferson Davis. Carter, Wateroak 4 miles west of moat and otter fatal diseases of

age and other improvements and keepsa 1. (a) Where was he born_ _!_ Lawtey. can be traced back to every kind. .
- watchful eye over the morals of his (b) When? u cold. At the first lip oil ;

neighborhood. He has come to stay, 2. Who was his first teacher WANTED-Everyone to know that cold protect round by We have just received the following goods: :t

4 to rear his children here and start 3. (a) How many schools did he Young Trading Company is selling thoroughly cleansing roar $1,000 worth of Carroll &
them out in life, and therefore, any ttend our home grown rice seed at $2 per system with a few doses ofTHEOFOfUrc wear well and last well Adams Shoes, which .
movement for material and moral bet- (b) How long at West Point bushel or 50 cents per peck. E. L.
terment is of importance to him. He 4. Describe his home surroundings. Ware. 3-16-tf. The largest line of Dry Goods and Dress Goods 1
is the main factor 5. What that we have had in 1
in building up a was his great ambition! many years 3

prosperous section. 6. (a) How many times was he LOST-White cow, both ears cut off A carload of Flour from the mills which I I
No county in Florida offers better married! close to head we are
has calf the
following her; BLACK- selling at lowest possible cost i
inducements to the man\of limited .o whom! also one yearling smooth in \
means than does Bradford. The small (c) Names of his children. each ear, one yearling split crop and A carload of Salt i

i farmer is welcome. He has room to ..7. (a) In civil life what offices di swallow fork and under bit in one A carload of Furniture. -i
expand without interference from hold ear and split and A
underbit in the DRAUGHT big line of Saddles
powerful landed interests and his. (b) When and where inaugurate other. Reward for information Bridles, Collars and Harness. |
measure of prosperity depends only. resident of Confederate States c 0. E. Leach. It. We carry very nearly all other kinds and grades of 1 :':'
upon his own industry. I merica? merchandise Furniture, Clothing Hardware, Chain I 4
8. Name three the old refiaUe. vegetable Bedsteads, N. C. Peanut Seed
the .,
things of
whic' late .
i INTROSPECTION. Resident WANTED-Man and wife, or any par liver powder.Mr. early and varieties :

9. Where Davis was was he imprisoned falsely accuse ty who can invest $2,000 (two thou Oas. A. Ragbad o- of Velvet Bean Seed, best kind of Cotton Seed. -

What kind of company are you to 10. (a) Where and when did! h sand dollars) cash and take persona Madison Heights. Va., says: r
yourself! Can you entertain yourself 'ie? charge tile of a new up-t>date mercan "1 have been using Tbed- We Buy for Cash and Sell for Cash, and want '';,
< with profitable discussion of various (b) Where buried as partner with half ford's Black-Draught lor I some of Everybody's
interest in the Trade. Come
subjects, by solving problems, by (c) Where does his body rest' of business. The nstomach troubles, bdigestioa. I and Give us _
visiting in localities As tory the stock amounts to $19.0('0
spirit and Jefferson Trial
scenes Davis a
was the so' today, and aDd colds **"? bad alto
If you can, then you are lucky, for you resident of Confederate we guarantee by agreement 4
States be tile best
w naedkdne I
: wiU always have good company. 're giving more questions this month. party has sore,monthly experience, subject in thi if lever used. It makes si old| '
about The A.
retrospection It is final
questions will
seldom be given lire and has some cash capital. Noc'htrs !nail fed like a young oae." Mercantile Comply j
pleasant, for if you are of a next week, so they can be completed.
sensitive nature this process will at efore the close of school neej :quire. After perioJof toast oa Thedtad's.esvfae. .

t first only reveal acts that you wish LUCIA SHARPE ALVAREz six months if cot satisfactnr.* oti adas.. > EfllJS7 .
you had committed ortuni- Historian party can withdraw. For more information Raiford Florida
never opi W. T. Weeks, Chapter, U
ties that you hire allowed to slip by D. C write to P. 0. Box 324 ,
Fla. 2-23-tf.



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Ice boxes and refrigerators at Johns BAPTIST CHURCH.Dr. METHODIST CHURCH NOTICES. ton next Sunday morning and veil

Furniture Co. Union Services Sunday Night. ing. She will speak Sunday morningat
11 o'clock and Sunday night nt 7
Montague was with last Sun-
Mrs. J. 'R. Halligan has as guest Rev. H. G. Denison, the retiring pas- o'clock. in the
Bits of Local a day and we had a good day. Every person COmmu.Iity -
tor the Presbyterian
her sister, Mrs. J. D. Bell, of New There will be the regular services city, will preach in the church:Methodist in this of Hampton is cordially! invited toatter.d
York City. both of these services and
next Sunday morning and evening.The enjoy -
church next '
Sunday night. Rev. Den- 'I
public is to attend. the gospel message as it falls
Information JL Miss Miriam Frazee, who has been invited W. G. LAW, ison is very highly esteemed by the from the lips of this consecrated er- ;
of Starke
and he
visiting her aunt, Mrs. N. D. Wain- Pastor. people is rant of Christ. Her gospel lectures

.. .. W"V wright, and other relatives, left last to deliver this sermon because of hav- have been a blessing to hundreds and
H1! ....., ... ing received cordial invitation from
y JVtfPMIOff. c.. ., .., r... Saturday for her home in New York. DEATH OF INFANT.The the pastor of the :Methodist church. thousands of people, and will doubtes!
friends of Mr. and Mrs. be enjoyed by large audiences at
many This will be union service for the
ru: '
Theatre lovers will be to know
glad Percy Phillips sympathize with themin Hampton next Sunday.
churches, and we sincerely hope that
> ... that the Demorest Stock Co. will playin the loss of their little 2-year-old member of both churches be
every can
Old iron for sale at this office. Up to Thursday, forty-five bushelsof Starke all next week. For particu- daughter, who died March 10th, and present. A most cordial invitation is Starke Junior League.
strawberries were sent off from lars see elsewhere in this issue.J. whose remains were interred in Dyal extended to everyone desiring to wor- Master Telfair Long will conductthe

Ice water coolers at Johns FurnitureCo. here this week. Prices' on the plat- cemetery on the 11th. ship with us on this occasion. Per- Junior League at the Methodist
form were around 20 cents for odd M. Wolfenden, a Palatka crate sons having no church affiliations will church in this city next Sunday after-

__ quarts and from $7 to $8 per crate.D. mill operator, formerly of Sampson MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINS CIVIC find a warm welcome awaiting them. noon and the pastor will deeply interest -

W. F. Godwin, of Lawtey, was attending City and Worthington, was in Starke CLUB. Strangers and visitors are always welcomed all the Juniors by displaying

to business in Starke Monday.. C. Jones has his show windows Tuesday. in the little Methodist churchon "A Box of Giants." The Leaguers .
.1.W t decorated in a novel and effective man- The March meeting of the Civic the corner. will be called upon to help fight these
H..E. Fortner, of Brooklyn, was in ner by means of paintings executedby While meats are rising in price, Club was held Wednesday afternoon, giants,.and it will be an interesting ,
< Wm. skill- eggs are now selling here at 18 to 20 Hampton Methodist Church. meeting. Let all the members atttrd-
Depew, Mrs Demorest's ,
town Saturday. at three o'clock, at the home of Mrs,
ed scenic painter.L cents a dozen. Eggs at this price L. A. Davis, with eighteen members Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr, by special :request and bring some visitors with them. I
make a cheap substitute for meat.J. T. L. Z. BARR,
Jesse Black has opened a fish market I present. will conduct religious servicesin
west of and apposite the depot. E. ordan, of the Young Trading The president, Mrs. J. R. Halligan, the Methodist church in Hamp- Pasta.
C. Manning has received'a car-
Co. who had been confined to his
load of Hudnut's and rice whichhe occupied the chair and called for reports 11
grits ----- --- --
See us before you buy your ice boxor for the past two weeks on account of from Civic Chairman, Treasurer,
will sell
refrigerator. Johns Furniture Co. an attack of tonsilitis, is out again at Jacksonville prices- Membership Chairman and several
and able to attend to his duties. Rice $4.25 a sack, grits $2.90 a sack. special committees, after which mis- Cold A trinity of evils, closely allied, that afflict

Oil stoves, any size, Puritan and Mrs. Lillie M. and niece cellaneous business was transacted. It most people, and which follow one on the

Perfection. Johns Furniture Co. Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor little Hilda Durden Wainwright, of Hampton, were,. was reported that the "Clean Up and Coughs other, in the order named, until the last one

alligator pear trees, 3 varieties, in town yesterday to attend the spring Paint Up" campaign was going stead- is spread through the system, leading to
White Mountain Ice Cream freezers!, adapted to North Florida. Write J. ily forward, and by the time the pav- evils. But their can'be checked.
at store. course
opening Knight's millinery many
B. Beach West Palm Beach Fla. Catarrh
at Johns Furniture Co. ing is completed we expect to have a

2915t. The Times-Union has given me the clean town. Nine new members were PERUNA CONQUERSIt
S. L. Alvarez was in Jacksonville added to the roll, and much enthuse
Thursday on business.RUBMYTISMAntiseptic.' Dr. S. E. Driskell, the physician of privilege of extending the subscriptionfor iasm was manifested in the work. Is of great value when used promptly for a cold, Usually .
the State Farm, and Mr. C. Purvis, the daily until April 1st at the old Special attention was called to the checking and overcoming It in a few days.
relieves head book-keeper of the same institu- rate of $6 per year, but shorter term fact that Mrs. Waldrup, Canning Club Ample evidence has proved that It la even of more value In overcoming -
subscriptions will cost at the new chronic catarrh,dispelling the inflammatory conditions,enablingthe
tion, were pleasant callers at our office -
neuralgia etc. will be here the
rheumatism, sprains, on ,
rate of $7.50 per year. See me in time diseased membranes to perform their natural functions and toning
Monday. 21st and 22nd of March, at the court
Miss Nannie Howell, Starke. up the entire system
A good deal of cabbage is being house, and will give demonstrationsand Theepenence; of thousands Is a safe guide to what it may be expected t
shipped away from Starke.W. Messrs. M. Leviton and Freeman ]I A remarkable magazine selling for lectures on domestic science and to do for you. :
Register, of Valdosta, Ga., were visitors 20 cents is offered other subjects of interest to the pub- Liquid or tablets both tested by the public and approved
a copy now a
G. Gainey and family have left to Starke the latter part of last
very special subscription price. Fora lic.Mrs. THE PERUNA COMPANY
this section and will live at Bronson. week. Their many friends were gladto limited I sell Davis, assisted by Mrs. 0. J.
them. very period can you !
greet Griffin served
a tempting course
Cosmopolitan for $1 a year-an actual -
Hon. W. G. Seals, of Hampton, had and the club members much enjoyedthis i
saving of 90 cents, compared to ----- -- ---
business in Starke Monday.M. Last Sunday afternoon, Mr. N. T. social feature of the hostess' en-
Ritch, Mrs. Katie Floyd, Mr. and Mrs.T. the news stand price. Save money by tertainment.The J

G. Harley and family have mov- J. Griffin, Miss Annie Darby Mar- I Howell sending Starke.A money.at once. Miss Nannie club had at this meeting as an

ed back to Starke from Waldo. garet Long, Vivirette Floyd-and Miss honored guest, Mrs. J. E. Bell, of-New r I ,
Nannie Howell motored over to Lake York, who is visiting her sister, Mrs.J. .

L. D. Register, of Palatka, was in Butler to see friends.E. been large planted acreage around of Irish Starke.potatoeshas More R. Halligan. Men and Money MattersWe

Starke Thursday, shaking hands with
attention than formerly seems to have
M. Thomas and Will Bulmer,
his many friends. been paid to getting good seed and to BANK STATEMENT.
strawberry buyers, arrived Thursdayand the planting. Of the fields we have Report of the condition of the Brad- ,I

Keep your kitchen cool by cooking will be here for the season. Mes- seen, L. A. Davis, in the western partof ford County Bank, at Starke, in the
with an oil stove. Get our prices. srs. Thomas and have here- Starke, has the biggest area and the state of Florida, at the close of busi- have all heard this or that individual remark -
tofore been and will
Johns Furniture Co. heavy buyers no best stand. ness March 5, 1917.
doubt be in the game this season with Resources ; "I don't know where my money goes.It .

The Modern Priscilla will advancein their accustomed energy. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dinslow, Mr. Loans on real estate ______$68,354.37 just slips through my fingers." .

price from $1 to $1.25 per year on Otis Dinslow and Miss Leona Dinslow, Loans on collateral security
March 25th. Miss Nannie Howell. Miss Clara Stewart accompanied of Cleveland, Ohio, who have been visiting other than real estate __ 22,060.10
Mr. W. J. Epperson from Lake Butlerto All There is for such remark be
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. other loans and discounts 68011.01 nd reason a to

Get ice boxes refrigerators Starke Saturday to visit his'fam- Overdrafts ,..,._ __ __ 1,137.82
our prices on S. Brown, left Sunday evening for Macon -- -M voiced by individuals who meet obligations by
ily. Messrs. H. J. Stewart and L A.
and water coolers. Johns Fur- Ga., where they will stop awhile State, county and municipal check.
niture Co. 1 r ,d Duncan came over to Starke Sunday, before returning home. The Dinslow bonds ____________-__ ,__ 2,000.00
and Miss Clara accompanied her father -
*-* family made many friends here who Banking house, furniture and
Mrs. T. E. Waldrup and daughter, home.F. will be glad to see them again next fixtures ________________ 21,113.84 Money in the Bank and the check-book in '
Grace, of Lake Butler, were in Starke winter. Other real estate _________ 5,861.50
Tuesday and Wednesday.D. F. Stump has gone to New Yorkto Claims and other resources 28,790.88Due the pocket is the profitable, systematic methodof

buy spring and summer goods for Hon. A. V. Long state attorney for from incorporat'd banks 43,618.44 handling business, household or personal ..
.E. Knight Esq., was in.Tallahassee his large dry goods emporiums inStarke'and the Eighth Judicial Circuit, returned Checks and exchanges for funds.

during the week on business be- I Lake Butler. Rawson Davis Saturday from Live Oak, where he ,clearing ________________ 3,853.48Other
fore the State Pardoning Board. I manager of his Lake Butler store, went under an assignment by Governor cash items __________ 14.40
I is in charge of Mr. Stump's Starke Catts to investigate the circum- Cash on hand ____________ 8,591.23 ,
store during his absence.On .
Break your cold or lagrippe with a stances surrounding the failure of the
few doses of 666. Total ____ ,273407.07 '
Live Oak Citizens Bank. This institu- ------------ Bank of Starke
another page will be found the tion was connected with the Heard Na- Liabilities

Mr. W. F. Godwin and party, of poem, "Mother, Dad and I." Read it tional Bank and its failure followedthe Capital stock paid in ___ __$25,000.00

Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Monday It is full of humor and common sens* failure of the Heard. Mr. Long I Surplus fund __________-___ 10,000.00
The author of this poem is favorably secured indictments against three of Undivided profits (less expenses STARKE FLORIDA ;

spoken of for the next president the officers of the Live Oak bank and and taxes paid __ 5,180.61 L

Mrs. Nelle Hughes and Mrs. Marion the Florida Federation of Woman's they will be tried later for mismanagement ndividual deposits subject to I

Davis spent Wednesday in Jackson- Clubs. of the affairs of the institution. check ?-----------_____133,560.28
'ville.] Time certificates of deposit 5,825.00

Messrs. A. A. Smith, Louis H. Hill CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Cashier's checks outstanding 93.37 ,

Mr. J. S. Brown, who is in businessin and T. J. Terry, prominent citizens of Savings deposits -_________93,747.81 -- -
Lawtey, were in Starke Monday to in- Ik ,
Plant City, made a visit to his fam- I quire into the legal procedure governing Please announce in your paper this Total -------___________273,407.07 'I
last week. I
ily week that I will in
the formation of preach Christian State of Florida of Bradford
I drainage districts County ,
There is a movement on foot at Law- church at Starke the third Sunday, I, J. H. Ritch, cashier of the above- I Ii
M. H. Carter, an industrious young March 18th, at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. named bank SWINE BREEDERS ATTENTION
tey to do some extensive drainage do solemnly swear that
' strawberry grower of Lawtey, was in work. and will also fill my regular appointment the above statement is true to the best ,
Starke Wednesday. the fourth Sunday there.

.. Messrs. James Mott and Samuel W. F. .La? OWE. of my knowledge. H.and RITCH belief.J. ,.Cashier. i The first big rush of the vaccination campaign

visitor Chas. Bunker at the ,home of Jacksonville of Mr. and,Mrs.J. wasa Crews of the Worthington section, MRS. LIMBAUGH ENTERTAINS this Subscribed and sworn to before me I started by the Bank of Starke is about over, and we !
business visitors t6 Starke Wed- 15th day of March, 1917.
W. Morgan Monday.Mrs. nesday. Mr. Crews is one of Alachua LADIES AID. W. M. WAINWRIGHT, are now ready to hear from others who wish to :

J. E. Bell, of New York, is the county's large planters and came over Notary. Public.CorrectAttest have their hogs treated. It is important that you i
to purchase a mule from Andrews & The Ladies Aid of the Baptist : '
guest of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Halli- Son. He will plant 100 acres to Sea church met Tuesday afternoon, at the N. T. RITCH, should let us hear from you at once if you want to :

gan. Island cotton this season. beautiful home of Mrs. T. N. Lim- 0. J. GRIFFIN, take advantage of the very liberal arrangement we I !
baugh on Call street. W. T. WEEKS, Directors. I I
If interested in strictly first-class At this meeting free-will offeringwas have with the Inter-State Vaccine Company as the II
strawberry plants, best quality, true Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Burroughs, a
to name, read ad. of the W. F. Alum Malvern, Ark., are recent arrivals at taken which amounted to the nice YOU CAN'T ACTLIKEAWELLMAN I cor.icanv will not care to keep their expert here unless iI
Co. 3-9-5t Starke, and are guests at the home of sum of $33. After transacting busi- I I
Mrs. Burroughs' brother, Mr. S. F. ness for the month of March the meet- I he is kept busy. I ; ]

Morgan. They own a tract of land ing was merged into an indoor picnic '
Chattel lease
mortgage, turpentine The campaign has resulted very satisf 'ttorily.
will affair each member having brought a i
retain title and note blanks in South/Florida, but probably
for sale at this promissory office. place this on the market and locatein lunch which was spread on the tablein I During the four weeks ending last Monday theCompany's : ,1 1i
the vicinity of Starke. the pretty dining room, and every-
one proceeded to have a thoroughlygood i expert treated 'for 72 farmers with a I i

Live Miss Oak Susie to spend Darby the came week-end over from with J. P. Robinson the market man, :Mrs.time.J. E. Futch will entertain the If person's you are natural not feeling disposition that way.is to be A I total of 1,314 hogs. Out of all this number we have I 1

by.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.Dar porch"points swing with he pride"has made.to a handsome Mr. Rob- Aid for the April meeting. .cheerful tight and lively if but if your bowelsare with i not heard of a single case where the hogs have not I JI
or you are annoyed I "
l inson believes in "safety first" and has rheumatic poison or your kidneys are I done well Everyone with whom we have talked I

Messrs. J. C. Ward and M. L. Sum- made the swing so strong that Taft DEATH OF SOLON J. BENNETT.Mr. not working right or if are suf-
you has the
reported most satisfactory results. So far
mers, prominent citizens of Providencewere and Roosevelt .could sit in it and discuss fering from a dozen other ills-it's I

among the visitors to Starke !. "weighty" matters without dan- just impossible for you to be anythingelse as we have been able to learn there have been no I
Solon J. Bennett died yesterday ,
Wednesday. of collapse.Rev. i E
ger a but peevish.
morning (Thursday) at the home of I abscesses, and no other unfavorable results. The I '

Special price on short cypress lum- B. B. Staats, who is well known his son, :Mr. G. H. Bennett illness, on Cherry the A REAL JOY BRINGERis i Bank of Starke is more convinced than ever that :I
ber, 2 feet and under for walks, floorsin circles, has accepted street, after a short at i
in Presbyterian
here Dr.
of 65 Livingston's Root and Herb I the vaccination of their is of the I I II
garages, etc. $9 per thousand whileit the call of the churches at Au- age He leaves years.widow, four sons and ; remedy-it has brought joy into thou. hogs one most
last* Quigley Lumber &: Supply Co. burndale and Lake Alfred, and will a 'I
one'daughter. He was a good man anda sands of homes by restoring sufferingones I important matters claiming. the attention of our far-
live in the manse at the former place. to nerve tingling health again. I f
member of the Primitive Baptist .
;:: Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Fisher, of Syra- Rev. H. G. Denison was hstrumental church. Nature's own remedy-nothing to hurt mers. :

cuse, .N. Y., are visiting Mrs. S. J. in building the comfortable manse at About a month ago he and his wife you but everything to do you lots of During the first week of the campaign_ the expert
Sternburg for a few days. They will Auburndale. good. MADE FROM 27 DIFFERENT i '
here from their home in Hawk-
sail Monday for New York City. came insville Ga., for a visit with their son, BARKS ROOTS and FLOWERS, : treated for the following persons-W. W. Coleman! i f

Almost every person in Starke section and Mr. G. H. Bennett. gathered from nearly every point of : I K. L. Griffis, W. G. Gainey, C. C. Griffis, H. L. '
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fling, of Minot, many from the surrounding The body will be taken to Sandy the compass and skillfully compounded 1
North Dakota, and Mrs. Clayton KinIty saw the splendid and powerful mov-" Creek, Georgia, for burial. under' the personal supervision of I Brownlee, J. M. Brownlee, L A. Davis, H. L Stevenson t
of Springfield, Missouri, are ing picture presentation "Civilization Dr. Livingston whose reputation for
John Uglow J. M. Truby of Starke and E.
fuests Theatre Tuesday evening. : J
at the home of Dr. and. Mrs. at Hopson's skill and integrity is known all over

.E. T. CampbellS. They are thankful to Mr. Hopson for it I of There the country is more than Catarrh all in other this diseases section the country and the South in particular. !i L. Prescott, of Waldo. Persons interested may refer I I

bringing it to Starke, and showing : put together and for years it was supposed FIFTY CENTS-A VERY .
L Alvarez is planting his field on at a low price. to be incurable. Doctors pre- SMALL SUM INDEED, FOR THE to any of these for information about the results i
Clark and Pratt street to cotton. This scribed failing local to remedies cure with and local by treatment constantly VALUE RECEIVED-WILL PUR- of the treatment. ; !
win be the first cotton field seen in Mr. H. Freeman, who had charge of pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh Is a CHASE YOU A LARGE PACKAGE t
Starke for the construction of Starke's sewer sys- local disease greatly influenced by con- which is enough for several treat-
many years. stitutional conditions and therefore requires -
tem left Monday for Homestead be- ments. Your is instructed to
constitutional treatment. Hall's druggist BANK OF STARKE I J
ChMren often go to Alligator viaduct low Miami, where hewill have chargeof Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J. love you your money back if it does
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play, and parents should warn an extensive road building remedY. is taken internallyand not do all we claim for it. I f I t
hems at to drink water out of the the J. B. McCreary Company. The acts thru the Blood on the Mucous At your druggist, or sent by mail ,1 i .
t>*r ltle rill that runs by there. Un- Dade county authorities are fortunate Surfaces Dollars reward of the is System.offered One for any Hundred case upon receipt of 50 cents. STARKE Fly ,
tautJ y the water there came Ift9 potaptiagitin }in having Mr. Freeman in charge of that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure. i
, Clay county and was fore, their work. His presence on the work Send for circulars and testimonials.F. THE LIVINGSTON MEDICINE ,

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ever he thinks will make me happY: He stood iri tne ill hen door tall,cheeks I I "Does she miss me? Does she seem I! WHAT IS

must not know a thing about It. Prom- glowing, eyes sparkling, and smiled at sorry that I am away? Does-" His

PRUDENCE ise, Jerry, that you willjiever tell him her sister's solemn back. voice was so boyish and so eager there

) one word." "You are the little mousey, Prue," was no mistaking his attitude toward LAXFOSLAXFOS :

"I promise, of course Prudence. Iwill she said, in her full rich voice. "I Prudence

Pis O let you tell him." didn't hear you come to bed last night "Look here, Jerry, I want to know. '#1
AG.Et But she shook her head. "He will and I didn't hear you getting out this Why are you staying away?" IS AN IMPKOVEO CASCARA i j

never know. Oh, Jerry! I can't bearto morning. Why, what is the matter?" "Won't Prudence tell your A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE .

think of never seeing you again, For Prudence had turned her face toward "No.

f : and never getting letters from you, and her sisters and it was so white "Then I*cannot. She made me prom- CATHARTIC AND lMI'TOIIIC

it seems to kill me Inside, Just the and so unnatural that Fairy was ise not to tell you a word. But it Is LAx-FOs is not a Secret or Patent Medicine '

thought of It." shocked not my fault Mr. Starr. I can tell you but is composed of the following

I I EIHEL .y "Sit here, In my lap. Put your headon "Prudence! You are sick I Go to that. It is nothing I have done or said. old-fashioned roots and herbs: j

j.I. my shoulder, like that. Let me rub bed and let me get breakfast. Here, She sent me away because she thinks CASCARA BARK

HUBS your face a little. You're feverish. You get out of this and I will-" It was right for her to do so, and-you BLUE FLAG ROOT

are sick. Go to bed, won't you, sweet- "There's nothing the matter with me. know Prudence! It Is wrong, I know RHUBARB ROOT

heart? We can settle this later on." I had a headache, and did not sleep, I I I knew It all the time. But I couldn't 1c BLACK ROOT .

"You must go right away, or I cannot but I am all right now. Are the girls make her see It. And she made me i MAY APPLE ROOT

let you go at all!" "P yet? promise not to tell. SENNALEAVES

"Do you mean you want me to get Fairy eyed her suspiciously., "Jerry In the end Mr. Starr went back to 1"" I AND PEPSIN

my things and go right now?" Is out unusually early, too, Isn't he? the parsonage no wiser than he left In LAX-FOS the CASCAKA Improved by

"Yes." She burled her face in his His door Is open." save that he now knew that Jerry was ; the addition of these digestive ingredi-
really not to blame and that he held ents making it better than CAS
shoulder. "It it you stay in your "Jerry has.gone. Fairy. Prudence'sback ordinary
7. room until breakfast time I will lock was presented to view once more, himself ready to return to her on amoment's CARAand thus the combination acts not
only as a stimulating laxative and cathar
you in, so yon cannot leave me again.I and Prudence was stirring the oatmeal notice. tic but also as digestive and tonic.
know It. I am crazy today. with vicious energy. "He left early The Ladles of the Methodist church Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-Fos

"Don't you think you owe me something this morning suppose he Is half-way were puzzled and exasperated. They combines strength with palatable, aro-
as well as your father and sisters to Des Moines by now." went to the parsonage determined to matic taste and does not gripe or disturbthe

? Didn't God bring us together, "Oh!I" Fairy's voice was nonconttlttaL "find out what's what. But when they II stomach. One bottle will prove

and make us love each other Don't "When Is he coming back?" eat with Prudence, and looked at the LAX-FOS is invaluable for Constipation,

(bpyrtght by the NUl"Bobba-MerrlU.) Com- you think he Intended us for each'other "He Isn't coming back. Please frail, pathetic little figure, with the Indigestion or Torpid Liver Price SOc.

._-.. ? Do you wish you had never met hurry, Fairy, and call the others. The mournful eyes-they could only sigh
8YN.CHAPTER with her and their
me? oatmeal Is ready. go ways. 9.9000
"Jerry 1" Fairy went soberly up the stairs, The twins continued to play In the And Springtime Came Again. QOOAOOOQ00

Z-Prudenot Stair eldest of "Then, sweetheart, be reasonable. ostensibly to call her sisters. great maple, even when the leaves By the way, will you lend me a nickel, 0 Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. 6
ave notherlacs pTMnac flrlt.at Mount coma Mark.to the M Mthodiit houMBothar Your father loved your mother, and "Girls," she began, carefully closing were fallen. "It's a dandy place, I papa?" 0 December 31, 1916. Trains will '

for her f atlier, the Metnodiit mla- married her That Is God's plan for all the door of their room behind her. tell you Prudence," cried Carol. "Jer He took the ball and weighed It lightly t run as follows; 0e
of us. You have been a wonderfullybrave "Jerry has gone, and Isn't coming back ry didn't have time to put up the rope in his hand. "I'm an anti-betting 4
-- and sweet and sister And for sake before Connie pulled him down, but society" he declared "but I Jacksonville to Tampa. 6
daughter more. goodness' ,
CHAPTER II-Tb. itrla any 0
No. .q
hisddlaacom 3______________10:40 a. m.
HJM nlBlftor at luncheon. to I know. But surely Fairy is old enoughto don't keep asking questions about It. we've fixed it ourselves, and it Is simply very strongly believe It will carry to '
Carol on* of the twin, ride the 0 No. 1_______________Ul4 p. m. 3o
fttur family cow with dlaaatrou results.I take your place now." Just eat your breakfast as usual, and grand. You can go up and swing the schoolhouse woodshed. If It does No. 15"Floridian"____ 2:52p.m.

-- ._ = = __ __ "Fairy's going to be a professor, and have a little tact. any time you like-unless your Jointsare not, I'll give you five cents' worth of 9 1
CHAPTER III-Prudence and Fairy re- -the girls do not mind her very well. "A lovers' quarrel," suggested Lark too stiff! It's a very serious mat candy tomorrow. And If it does, you 0 Jacksonville to Cedar Key. <

Oral etfTetbe and Ladles'Connie Aid practlc society modeling while Lark Inmud And she Isn't as much comfort to father her eyes glittered greedily. I ter getting up there-for stiff Joints, shall put an extra nickel In the colleen 4. No. 21..____________ 4:56 p. m. <
oa the dining room tables as I am. It's just because I am "Nothing of the sort. And don't keep of course, I mean. Lark and I get up tion next Sunday" .

Chapter .-The twins prepare CorsUnee most like mother, you see. But any- staring at Prue, either. And do not easy enough." Then he drew back his arm and carefully 0 Tampa to Jacksonville <
for tnitUtion into their private secret society 0 No. 4_______________ 3:37: m. t !
I moment Prudence sat silent
now I about all the a
promised. can't leave them. keep talking Jerry time. sighted across the lawn. Til
to themgelvei.
with multi unexpected
0 No. 2_______________ ,5:20 a. m. < !
CHAPTER V-When Fairy entertains "Your father expects you to marry, You mind me, or I will tell papa." : with quivering -lips; Then she burst send it right between the corner of the 0 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. < I
Eugene Babler In the evening, the twins and to marry me. I told him about it "That's funny," said Carol thoughtfully out with unusual passion "Don't you house and that little cedar," he said, 0 I

place convince: In the Prudence Starr that family etiquette human myself, long ago. And he was perfectly "We saw them kissing each other ever dare climb that tree again as and then, bending low, it whizzed from 0. Cedar Key to Jacksonville 0 J

willing. He didn't say a word like mad in the back yard last nIght- long as you live, twins 1 Mind' whatI his hand. 0 No. 20______________ 3:27 a. m.
VI Connie practices economy -
CHAPTER by borrowing- $5 from one of the against It." and this morning he has gone to returnno say!1" Lark screamed, and Carol sank faintIng m <

tnlIteeI to buy a new cloak and unconsciously "Of course he wouldn't. That's Just more. They are crazy." Lark looked thoughtfully out of the to the ground. For an instant Mr. 0 Starke and Wl1nnee.V .

teaches the church pillars a like father. But still, I promised. And "Kissing! In the back yard! What window, and Carol swallowed ..bard.It Starr himself stood swaying. Then he < (Daily Except Sunday* 0

lesson. what would the girls say if I shouldgo are yoU talking about}' was she who said gently, "Why, of rushed across the lawn. For Prudencehad 'f No. 101 Leaves Starke J:45 a. m. 0
CHAPTER VH-Prudence captures back them have trustedme course, Prue-just as you say." 0 No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m.
$00 reward. on They .Carol explained, and Fairy looked opened the front door and stepped 7
burglar and wins always. If I fall them, will they I still more thoughtful and: perturbed. On the day before Christmas an In- quickly out on the walk by the cornerof 0 T. J. GRIFFIN, 4 0 .1;

CHAPTER VIII Prudence ties an ever trust anybody else? If you love She opened the door, and called out sured package was delivered at the the house. The heavy: ball struck Agent. \?

early mule morning a bicycle sprained Jaunt ankle and and rides a ro Into me, Jerry, please go, and stay away." to them in a loud and breezy voice: parsonage for Prudence. A letter.was her on the forehead and she fell heav 0 I

mance.a The knight of romance U Jerrold But her arm tightened about his neck. "Hurry, girls, for breakfast Is ready, with It, and she read that first. ily, without a moon.Continued 00000'000000'00. 1I

Harntor. "I'll wait here until you get your and there's no time to waste in a par- "My dearest little sweetheart: I -

brought CHAPTER home IX-When Father Starr Prudence reads the la things, and we can- say goodby. Anddon't sonage on Sunday morning." Then she chose this gift for you long before I ( Next Week.) 00000000 OG 00000 !

firl's! awakened Lh&rtln her actions and forget your promise." added in a whisper, "And don't you had the right to do It. I was keepingIt tttttttttttttttt 0 p

ow own oean u neavy. "Oh, very well Prudence," he answered mention Jerry, and don't ask Prudence until the proper moment But the 0 STARKE

CHAPTER X-Jerry visit the parsonage half Irritably, "if you Insist what makes her so pale, or you'll catchit moment came, and went again. StillI + LEGAL NOTICES <8> FRATERNAL DIRECTORY
and frankly tells Mr. Starr he In want to have the gift. Please + + + + + + + + + + + + tttMASTERS >
yu tends to win Prudenroi on ordering me away from the house !I" 0 -
like this, I can only go. But-" Then she went to her father's door. wear it, for my sake, for I shall be SALE. F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. 3

Prudence CHAPTER consents XI-After to a golden summer "Let's not talk any more about it, "Breakfast is ready, p. pa," she called happy knowing It Is where It ought to Notice is hereby given that under and by 35. Meets every, s con-l and 0
send him away for ever marry the next Jerry morning only to Jerry. Please. Ill wait until you come clearly. She turned the knob softly, be even though I myself am banished. virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made Q fourth Monday nights.

when ther and she sister remembers her duty to her fa- down." and peeped in. "May I come in a minute I love you Prudence. Whenever you the and Circuit rendered Court March of 1.the 1917.Eighth by the Judicial Judge Circuit of- <8> E>

When he came down a little later ?" Standing close beside him, she send for me, I am ready to come. En- of Florida, in and for Bradford County <8> I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge' No. 10
At twelve, Jerry went upstairs to in chancery sitting, in favor of The American
with his suitcase, his face was white told him all she knew of what had hap- tirely and always yours, Jerry. Trust Company a eorporation, administrator bed his Ups tingling with the fervent
With trembling fingers she openedthe Markillie deceased 0 <>
and strained. pened. of the estate of G. F. com-
tenderness of her parting kiss. He She put her arms around his neck. "Prudence Is ghastly, father, Just little package. It contained a ring, plainant, and against E.his E.wife Yarborough, defendants and, ?> M. W. of A., Starke Camp.
Christine Yarborough
stood at his window, looking soberlyout "Jerry," she whispered. "I want to tell ghastly. And she can't talk about it with a brilliant diamond; flashing my- the undersigned will offer for sale before the < > Meets every first and third Weds *

Into the moonlit parsonage yard. you that I love you so much that-I yet so be careful what you say, will riad colors before her eyes. And Prudence court house door at Starke, Florida, betweenthe nesday nights. .
"She Is an angel a pure sweet, unself kissed It passionately legal houn of sale on MondaY. April 2. $ &
could go away with you and never see you 1"And many 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash, '
ish little angel he whispered, and his any of them any more, or papa or the it was due to Fairy's kindly admonitions times. the following described lands situated in Brad- W. 0. W., All Friends Camp }
voice was broken and his eyes were Two hours later, she went quietly ford County. Florida to-wit: $ No. 138. Mee's every second andS '
parsonage, and still feel rich, if I Just that the parsonage family Said land lying and being in the county of
wet, "and she Is going to be my wife! had you! You-everything in me seemsto took the departure of Jerry so calmly. downstairs to where the rest of the Bradford. State of Florida, to-wit: Lot thir- > fourth Friday nights.
Ob, God teach, me how to be good to family were decorating a Christmastree. ty (30) and south half (S%) of lot nineteen <8> <>
be all yours. I-love you. That was the beginning of Prudence'sbitter 119), and West half (Wft) of lot thirty-one .
her, and help me make her as happy as She showed the ring to them five Visiting brothers ari cordially <8>
Her tremulous lips were pressed winter, when the brightest sun- f31) of section eighteen (18) in Township
she deserves gravely. (5) south of Range twenty-two (22) east, as invited to attend ''meetings. 3>
cheerless and and
his. shine
against was dreary,
At two o'clock thinking again the sent it to she said. "Do shown on map of said section, township and 0 i
"Oh, sweetheart this is folly, all when even the laughter of her sisters "Jerry me, range, aaid map being filed in clerk's officeof
'soft shy words she had whispered to folly But I can't make.you see it It smote harshly upon her ears She triedto you think it is all right for me to wearit Circuit Court in the city of Starke. Florida 00000000000: .$> p 000
him, he dropped lightly asleep and father?" said county, on page one (1) of maps and
is wrong, it is wickedly wrong, but-" be as always, but in her eyes the plats of Bradford county. Said above described -
dreamed of her. With the first pale A thrill of 040' .: 0 A 30000
"But I am all they have, Jerry, andI wounded look lingered, and her face hopeful expectancy ran lots and half of lots containing twenty
streaks of daylight stealing into his through the little group. (20) acres more or less, including one-half C>I 0 0
and thin that her father
promised. ; grew so pale of abutting streets which by agreement of the
he awoke. .It after four $ CHURCH DIRECTORY.
room was "Yes, Indeed" declared her father. parties hereto shall be fcrever open to public
I and Fairy, anxiously watching, were < > 0
"Whenever want me, Prudence, travel. -
o'clock. A little later-just a few mlnutea I "How beautiful Is I Is Jerry coming
Just send. m never change. I'll always filled with grave concern. She remained E.M.JOHNS, BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, <3>
later he heard a light tap on his to spend Christmas with us? 3-2-St. Special Master.
0 9:45 QS >
be the God intendedyou almost constantly In the par pastor. Sunday schoolt a. m.
oor. It add he bounded just same. "Why, no, father he Is not comingat '
came again, < > Sunday morning service, 11:00
for me I know, and-I'll be wait sonage, reading very little, sitting most NOTICE OF ELECTION.
all I understood
out of bed."Prudence any more. you 0
0 evenin service
ing. of her leisure time staring out the windows Starke, Fla., March 5. 1917. o'clock; Sunday : ,
1 Is anything wrong?" that. By the power vested in them by the school 0 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sun ay evenS
"Jerry! Jerry 1 Jerry 1" she whispered laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruc- <$>
i An awkward silence, and Carol came ing, 6:45: ; Wednesday evening
"Hush And
Jerry, not so loud!1" passionately, sobbing, quivering in his Fairy had tried to win her confidence Is : tion of Bradford county hereby order an election S service 7 o'clock. Everybody
brightly to the rescue. "It certainly prayer ,
what a strange and weary voice. "Come held in Hampton Special Tax School District -
arms. It was he who drew away. and had failed. a beauty! I thought It was very kind I No. 2 on the 4th day of April. A. D. 1917. cordially invited fo attend. *
downstairs, will you? I want to tell "Good-by, sweetheart" he said quietly "You are a "arting, Fairy, but I real of Professor Duckle to send Lark and I for the election of three trustees for two years <>
you something. I'll wait at the foot and to determine the amount of millaite to be < > Coleman 4
his heart for the girl ly do not want to talk\ about It. Oh, CHRISTIAN ,
great pity but
of me a five-pound box of chocolates, as<<1'sed.< G. W. Hicks, J. M. Maxwell A. !M.
the wake
stairs. Be -do not < the first and &
quiet who In her desire to do right was doing no, indeed, it is all my own fault 1 of course this Is ever so much nicer.Jerr"s Williams appointed u managers. pastor. Preaching
father and the girls.- Will you be down told him to go, and not come again. E. R. FOPPELL. $ third Sundays in each month. '?>
lOOn?" a bird, I say. 3-Ht. Secretary. Morning service, 11 flock; even- rv
No, you are wrong, Fairy, I do not regret "A bird !I" mocked Fairy. "Such language. $ ing service, 7 o'clock; church 4
two mlnutesl"And it. I do not want him to come any ." NOTICE FOR BIDS. <*' board meeting the first Sunday Q
In two minutes he was down, more." Notice is hereby given that the Board of in each month. Loyal Daughters I
Lark defense."Yes .
came to her twin's County Commissioners in and for Bradford ,
agonizingly anxious, knowing that Sir. Starr, too, had tried. "Prudence," a bini-that'll just what he Is" County, Florida will receive proposals at their *' meet every Friday afternoon at 9
something was wrong. Prudence was he said gently, "you know very often Carol smiled. "We Lim his I, regular meeting en Monday April 2nd. 1917. waiting for him and as he reachedthe saw use for the furnishing of one steel cage of suffi- *, meet first Friday in earls month
men do things that to women seem
wings when Connie yanked him out of cient s'ze to house eighteen prisoners one I
bottom step she clutched his hands wrong and wicked. And maybe they small wall tent and one large tent fly. G> at 3:30 p. m; Sunday school every
i the big maple didn't we, L:1rkr' ,
desperately r Done and entered in open fusion of said Sunday at 10 a. m. Everybodypwelcome ..
are! hut mon and women are different "Did you send him anything, Prue?" board on this 6th day of March. A. D. 1917.S. .. to these serviet-s.-s. '*>
"Jerry," she whispered. "I-forgive 1- by natnre, my dear, and we must Prudence hesitated, and answered T. DOULING. *> $>
oe-I honestly Oh I didn't think remember that. I have satisfied myself Chairman Board County CommUsiontrs,
1i! trI without the slightest accession of color : Bradford County. w EPISCOPAL MM. Fryer
what I was saying last night. You were i that Jerry Is good, and clean, and man- "Yes, Carol. I had my picture Attest: 5, priest in charge. Sunday school, ,$> 1
Of 1 so dear, and 1"Us so happy, and fora ly. I do not think you should let any taken when I was in Burlington, and I 1 I \v, T. WEEKS, Clerk. 394t. s.> 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and '*> d

while I really believed we could foolishness of his in the past come be- sent it to him." !. NOTICE. '! sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer *> j
belong to each other. But I can't, you tween now." i and sermon, 7 o'clock.chcir rehearsal "*>
you 1"ul"'uaJt to 6t.il.ct. of lrU5 nUl I
"Your picture! Oh, Prudence : Chapter .;- 7 o'clock Wednesday 4
,know. I've promised and the "You mistaken father. Jerry Is licence, occupational, pruft-siunal! anJ license ,
papa are j I. ,
Where ? Aren't going to *
s are they you automobiles and of description evening. Come and worship with w:
on every are
girls a dozen times that I would never all right, and always was, I am sure. i 4 ;
give u* one? I i'ue and payable on October 1st of each and $ us.
marry. Don't you see how it is? I It Is nothing like that. I told him to t." ry year at office of tax collector. I have I II II ?> ; <;>
"No, Carol. I had only one made- I tried be lenient in the collection of theabove I
:must take it back. go, and not to come again. That Is I to
more"V'ell" :
for Jerry. There aren't any licenses and not caue hardship on the I
Jerry smiled a little, It must be ad. all. "" Lark "It'sa public Ktnirally. I am now called on for tach *?' pastor Sunday school), i'45; a. m. '$
sighed resignedly.
mltted. license of the county, and for information to i- Preaching Sunday .except 4 i
i This conscientious
like his every
was so "But If he should come back now- "
pretty Idea for my book, anyhow. you, provided you have not paid same, I will ?* fourth of month '$ .!
each ; ;
little I'rudence! "It would be just the same. Don't procetd to collect same by authority presented
I P From that day on Prudence always morning service 11 o'clock evening ?> !
law if not paid by April let Do you want
"Dearest 4by
love It's all I
he said "You about it father. right.
gently i worry ,
f I wore the sparkling rind the wom- extra expense adJrd If not, attend to same ?' service, 7 o'clock. Prayer 4
(me. Your father would never allow "Prudence," he said more tenderly, en of the Methodist church nearly had ly above date. *' meeting Wednesday eve i-ig at 7 4

,. >you to .sacrifice yourself like that The I "we have been the closest of friends mental paralysis marveling over a 392t. B. M. DOWLIXG.Tax Collector. o'clock Junior Epworth League &

|girls would not hear of It. They want and companions, you and I,'from the man who gave a diamond ring and '!' Sunday afternoon at :t o'clock. ,v c

!you to be happy. And you can't be very b'glnnlng.Iwnys you have come never came a.woolcgnd a girl who '*' Senior Epworth League Sunday 4 r i

happy without me, can you?" to me with your troubles and worries. accepted and wore his offering, with FREE OF CHARGE.
Suddenly she crushed close to him. Have I ever failed you? Why, then, :' nothing to say for the man I And it Why suffer with indigestion, dyspepsia tation is extenced to al)( to wor- '& I i

(."Oh Jerry," she sobbed, "I will never do you go back on me now, when you was the consensus of opinion in Mount torpid liver, constipation, sour ,<;> ship with us. 0
ibe happy again, I know But-It Is really need me?" Mark that modern lovers were mostly stomach, comingupoffoodaftereating ,0 tf

'.rifht for me to stay here and be the Prudence patted his shoulder affectionately crazy, anyhow etc., when you can get a sample ,;, PRESBrTERIA V' H. G. :

\smother In the parsonage. It is wicked but her eyes lid not meet And springtime came again. bottle of Green's August Flower free Denison, pastor. Sundl- school, 3> ;
'< at C. P. Cason's drug store. This medicine 1) 9:45 a. m.; preaching elry Sun- 3 f
me to want you more than all of his. "I do not really need you now, Now the twins were always originalIn ($ day-morning sercice, l'o'clock; 4 ..
tnem. Don't you see it Is? They Will C father. It Is all settled, and I am quite fol- t has remarkable curative properties .
"Whenever You Send, I me. their amusements. They never 0 evening service, 7 o'clock; prayer
has demonstrated its efficiency
'went any mother They haven't satisfied. Things are all right with' me lowed blindly after the dictates of cus and <5> meeting, Wednesday evening at 7 4 ,

t anyone but me. Of course, they would such horrible wrolg."Goodby.. sweet- just as they are." tom. And when other girls played by fifty years of success. Head- 4 o'clock. Visitors cordially invited 4 .

.DOt allow It, but they will not know heart Remember, I will be waiting Then'he took a serious step, withouther "catch" with dainty rubber balls, the aches are often caused by a disordered 0 to worship with us. J''

'1I1th1ng about It. I must do it my- i Whenever you send I will come." knowledge.. He went to Des twins took unto themselves a big and stomach. 0 0oo'oooo ,
I IeIt. And father especially must | He stepped outside and closed the Moines and had a visit with Jerry. He August Flower is put up in 25 and c''A ooo I

Mrer.knqw. I want you to go away door. Prudence stood motionless her found him thinner, his face sterner, heavy croquet ball-found in the Avery 75 cent bottles. For sale by all deal- ,

: this morning before breakfast and hands clenched until she could no his'eyes darker. When the office boy woodshed. To be sere, it stung and ers in civilized countries. i Stop Left Over Cou/ )o.s. t

t .-ever come again." j longer hear his footsteps. Then she announced "Mr. Starr," Jerry ran bruised their hands. What matter? At Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon'y will stop

: She clung to him as she said this dropped on the floor, and lay there, quickly out to greet him. 'any rate, they continued endangeringtheir Whenever You Need General Took that hacking couch that Tigers from t

j' :bat her voice did not falter. "And you ',. face downward, until she heard Fairy "Is she all right?" he cried eagerly, lives and beauties by reckless Take Grove's January. The soothing pfre balsams l

: I'lIut not write to me any more. For, moving In her room upstairs. Then she almost before he was within hailing pitching of the ungainly plaything. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless loosens the phelgm, heals the irritated j\ .

: *.. Jerry, if I see you again I can went Into the kitchen and built the fire distance.Mr. One Friday evening after school chill Tonic is equally valuable as a membrane, the glycerine relieves the j
it contains the
lifter Starr did not mince matters. they were amusing themselves on the General. Tonic because tender tissues. Yea breathe easier and 1
i : let you go, I know It. Will you for breakfastCHAPTER well known tonic propertiesef QUI NTh B
i des, this fc" me1" "Jerry," he said abruptly, "did you and parsonage lawn with this huge ball. and IRON. It act)>on the Liver Drives coughing ceases. Don't neglect a -

I :"!OU are nervous and excited," he XII. Prudence have a quarrel? She declines When their father turned in, they ran out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and cough, it is dangerous.. Dr.

: i 11I4 tenderly. "Let's wait until after to tell me anything about It, and up to him with a sporting proposition."Bet Builds up the Whole System VJ cents Bell's Pine Tar Honey is antiseptic
1 the conversations and I have nickel cried and pleasant to take, benefits young
; 4 taakfast Then we'll talk it all over She Cornea to Grief. after you you a papa
|;f:* Uk your father and It shall be as he Fairy was one of those buoyant, had, I think I have a right to know Carol, "that you can't throw this ball Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell and old, get it at your druggist today.(2)

i i..::.<,eel Won't that be better" i warm-blooded girls to whom sleep is what has. happened." as far. as the schoolhqusewoodshedj!- everybody. Advertise. Formula on bottle. 25c. ;

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1 1 Monday in Jacksonville. day. Mr. Addison was a resident of Mr. L. A. Duncan, C. H. Register !has been seriously in for.I :-,

i 5 )Ir. and Mrs. Ira Williams, of Jack- Lawtey several years ago. and Kaspar Duncan were visitors to Mr. J. I:. SnoA'de'.. same of Laial..
sonville, spent Sunday here, the guestsof Editor J. T. Lewis, of the Raiford Jacksonville Monday I professor of penshjP, visited in ;1I '
Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs J. A. Tribune was a business visitor to Law- Mr. J. M. Brown, of Dukes, was a er last weok. Quite litely he "
Brooks. tey Monday.Mr. visitor here Monday.Mr. I turn presently and teach Jf1 '<_.
f County News Item 1 Messrs.. T. Lewis and B. D. Kelly M. L. Loadholtz was transacting J. W. Jones left Monday for penmanship. a fe
f I made a business trip to Middleburg business in Jacksonville last Monday.Mr. Raiford, where he will build a vault )Ir. G. W. Baxter, vt Hortellle .''
Monday. J. Ed. Byrd, of Raiford, was for Mr. Morrell, who died in Texas. visited rebth'fS in aid near r..
Mrs. J. P. Coffin, of Jacksonville, transacting business in Lawtey Tuesday His body will arrive there this week. last week B -

U iBttrtftinl Facts Gathered During the Week by Our spent Monday in Raiford the guest of evening. )Ir. T. B. Handley, of Raiford, wasa Mrs. A. C. Strjrlland, of Lab
i 11 Regular Correspondents.I Mrs. J. T. Lewis.B. }Ir. Lem Sapp, of Raiford, was a visitor here Sunday. ler..was here lat Saturday! p
Z. Matthews left Tuesday for a visitor to Lawtey last Monday.A Mr. Nat Newsome, of Jacksonville, visiting friend and aftena cl'
business trip to the west side of the large force of hands is busy this is here in the interests of the M. W. tances. Mrs. Strickland renewing acgm ,.

county. week on the M. E. church, South whichis A. this week. be remembered 4, I'S. Ella mal .
being erected east of the railroadnear The M. E. church held their regular Messrs. Carl and Hyde Robtn'
t'' LONG BRIDGE. HAMPTON. the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. conference here last Sunday. grandmother, Mb.. M. C. Pm Ward..Q,
r Peace. T he town hall has been used With one circus and a merry-go- motored to Gainesville last ?"
: }lr. )I. H. Moody was a for their services since its organization round, things' are lively here this to attend t3 business. Saber
-f itor to Lake Butler Saturday. A. A. Futch spent Sunday in Lees- about three years ago. week. Mrs. Bart Stephens of Lake _
ti Mr. and Mrs. Rob Andrews burg, the guest of his brother, Col. T. Justice B. D- Kelley, the popular Mr. and Mrs. Pretorious and daugh- attended the Woidmenm Circle )

Is Will Andrews and daughter, G. Futch. insurance man of Raiford, was trans- ters, Esther and Leila, left Thursdayfor here last Saturday afternool1.meet
r Brooker attended Sunday The many friends of Mrs. T. G. acting business in Lawtey Monday. Julia
near their home in Statesboro, Ga., after Anderson left last Mj3
ti at Long Bridge Sunday. Futch are delighted to know that her The union Sunday school meeting a pleasant time spent here. for a, visit with Mends in StarbS
:r? Mr. W. T. Turner was a condition is much improved; and she which was booked for Lawtey for last Mr. H. J. Stewart is suffering terribly Miss Ande Andrea of Jacta .
visitor to Lake Butler Monday. is convalescing nicely at this writing. Saturday and Sunday was carried out with two carbunmles on his neck spent several days o! last
i I Mrs. Waldrup, of Lake T. M. Hagan was called by wire to according to program. The first ser- and also two of his children have the relatives nrar Err-o' ?r, week._._
1 in our community last Thursday the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. M. vice was at the M. E. church, South, measles. Mr. Stewart says this is Mr. and Mrs. Gilpin, of ::1
half of the club girls. L. Andreu, of Leesburg, last Tuesday, Saturday evening and was fairly wells tough to stand in this pretty weather. were week-enJ guests of Jit
Rev. Strickland will preach who is reported seriously ill at attended; the second was at the Bap- Mr. Pretorious, J. W. Townsend and Lewis and family: Mrs.

.., Long Bridge school house next i writing.The tist church Sunday evening at 2:30 son, Fritz, motored over to Orange sister of M pp. Lewis. GDpfe,_* _
1 day night at. 7:30 o'clock. little son of H. B. Harrell, who and the third at Grace M. E. church Springs last Saturday.: Mr. Barrey Ar-dreu, of ." <-
invited to attend. has been quite ill, is now rapidly re- Sunday evening at 7:30. _
{ Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fielding, of was a week-end guest of his ti
i Dr. Seeber King, of Lake covering. Rev. W. C. Weidler, president of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tol- near here. PIlIIfa:
t was a professional visitor in our Alvah Saxon is out again, after be- the state Sunday school association, bert, of Lake City, Miss Clara Mar Mr J. T. Heaves, of G '
confined to his bed for several days an
munity last Thursday ing gave an interesting talk at each of killie, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Dora spent Sunday with relatives heti..' '
with measles.Dr.
these services, and many remarks dur- Browning, of Raiford, and Mrs. H. S. Miss Irene Oliver'of' Middkh .<
Middleton has traded automo-
w : NEW RIVER. ing the discourses which no doubt will Miller, of Miller, were among the ones spent the wek-end with herme&r !
the of Oak .
biles is
and now owner an
'tc prove helpful to the Sunday school that attended the birthday celebrationof who lives in the Pine Hill section?
land six touriffg car, equipped with
last workers in this community. Mr. Weid- Mr. L. A. Duncan, on his 58th birth- Mr. Albert Pinholster motoSd x
Mr. J. Sapp spent all latest fa
in Brooker. ments. ler especially urges that county or- day last Friday. Belmore last Saturday to look after '
B. F. I ganizations be organized in each coun- Mr. Roy Adams, of Jacksonville, business interests there
Messrs. Jessie Thomas, number of citizens
Quite a our motored
Misses and Pearl i ty and that all schools of the different was a visitor here Tuesday.Ten Mr. H. C. Richard of Starke '
froe Phyla ,.
i to Starke Tuesday evening to attend
. Nellie Thomas attended the box the theatre when "Civilization"was denominations join hands for county- days ago eggs were 35 and 40 in Brooker Tuesday, seeing after,"?
last wide increase of attendance at Sunday cents per dozen. The ladies decided ness interests.
at Theressa Saturday All well
per reproduced. seem pleased -
r They reported a nice time. with the production.Mrs. schools. that the price was too high for eggs, Dr. Noble! dentist, of Worthin +
Mr. E. Lennon was W. S. Futch has returned to Rev. Weidler also preached at Grace so they came together and not an egg was here this week on profesion?"*
iness in Lake Butler Saturday her home here, after weekat church Rnndaw mnrnino* at lft10Mr. would they buy. Now the merchants' inaee.
spending a -- '
noon. Leesburg, the guest of her son, T. : Thos. E.: Adams, cashier Law- crates and boxes are full of eggs and Mr. Albert Anderson, of Starke,*g
Mr. Calhoun Berry spent list G. Futch. tey State Bank, transacted business in they are 15 cents per dozen. Look what in our burg Wednesday
day in Graham. Rev. H. E. Ridenour filled his reg- Jacksonville Wednesday. the ladies can do! Mr. George Wilkinson, of Hi'eiltU i
Misses Ruby Bennett, and ular appointments at the Baptist Rev. M. M. Wamboldt, of Asheville, Mrs. W. A. Owens and family, who motored to Brooker Sunday tfttrasa
Brinson, of Theressa, spent last church here Saturday and Sunday.The N. C., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. have made their home here for many for a short '1St: with friends. .
I day with Misses Phyla and Pearl prayer meetings are being well H. C. Peace Tuesday.The years, are moving to Jacksonville. Miss Lois Kelly returned to kg
froe.Rev. attended, and much interest is being second meeting of the reorganized Mr. Chas. F. Rivers went to Jack- home near New PJter: WednesdiyiJ.
Jones preached quite an manifested in the work. The meeting Lawtey board of trade was heldat sonville on business Tuesday. ternoon, after an extended visit wit
esting sermon at the New time is Wednesday, 7 p. m., at the the town hall Monday evening with Last Friday night the Modern Wood- relatives in Brooker and Starke. -
Sunday morning. Baptist church, and Thursday 7 p. m. quite a large number of the businessmen men gave a public entertainment at Misses Pearl Leah and Mary Gi
Mrs. B. J. Sapp and son, M. J. at the Christian church. present. President H. D. the hall, with enthusiastic speeches, lins, Messrs. Ctrl Lewis and Julia
spent last Saturday in Brooker.Mr. The Woodmen of the World will dall was in the chair; p.aa-I recitations and singing, which was Collins attended a pilau at Truja;

P. M. Padgett, of Lake hold a regular meeting this evening, H. Hill. Many reports of the commit- complete in every respect and highly Alachua county, last Friday afternca
rt' was in New River last Monday.Mrs. Friday, March 16th, at the, Masonic tees appointed at the previous neet- enjoyed by all. To make everything Mrs. E. N. Alexander and ufat
Newberry, of Gainesville, Hall. All sovereigns are requested to ing was received and discussed. Thereare complete with their taste, they were son of Jacksonville, fire guests atik
last week with her daughter, be present, as important business will many important improvementsfor invited to the McKinney Hall, wherea home of Mrs. Alexander's mother,M&
Linnon. before the and and bountiful oyster supper was waiting. }I. C. Pir.rolst.
come camp, new appli- Lawtey vicinity booked for
41 i j' Mr. Pun-is Mott, of Lake cations will be balloted on. consideration, such as the necessary Language fails to tell how much the Miss MayeU! BvH; of Graham, fc
passed through our midst Rev. .supper was enjoyed by all. spending this week with relatives kat
L. A. Rawls; of Lake Butler, proper drainage for Lawtey and in
4 Messrs. Jesse Thomas, Calhoun l was' a pleasant visitor here Tuesday.L. stalling an electric light plant. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunter have DrL.L. Lamb left Weds
ry, Clyde Parker, Misses Ruby G. Johns aceomnanied hv W. L. the deepest sympathy of the whole morning far a visit to various pda
"nett, Lena Brinson, of Theressa, Bugg and T. 'M. Hagan, motored to community in their sad bereavement. in South Florida. He is making &
es Tylithia and Ozena Melvin, Leesburg Monday, returning the same I LAKE BUTLER. They have a very large family and i it trip in his Ford touring car. &

and Pearl Renfroe motored day. Of course they drove a Ford.A. I seems that the whole family took the We are glad to say that after K*
t Lake Geneva Sunday afternoon. A. Durden left Monday for Miami measles, and for some cause I have eral weeks of interne suffering &

' Remember the debating and other points of interest on the Mesdames W. M. Johnson P. M. not learned, they lost their youngest Rev. A. J. Pinholster is much. imprw..
ery Saturday night at Long East Coast. Padgett and J. E. twines were shopping child, about 1 year old, last Thursday, ed.
beginning at 7:30. W. G. Seals was a business_ visitor in Jacksonville Saturday. aid another child age 16 years, died The Broker High School will |fei
: to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. Mrs Vula McAlhaney, of Smoke N. 0:1 Tuesday. Besides the sad deaths an entertainment OH Friday evening -
I GRAHAM. Capps and Gooderly, representing C., is the pleasant visitor of her sister they are in bad condition financially i March 23, which will mark the dole
the J. P. Campbell Co., of Jacksonville Mrs. J. D. Padgett, this week. a- d any kind of help will be appre- of the 1916-17 t>rm. The program k
were looking after their Supt. E. R. Poppell was visitor ciited by these honest, hard workingp be rendered will appear in next weft
I The farmers are busy now firm's interests here during the week.. here Tuesday. ople. issue of this paper. .
corn, pinders and beans. Strawberries are becoming plentiful }Ir. Kaspar Duncan, who is attending There will le preaching services
s planting cotton. Those that have now, and at the prevailing prices:: the school at Sutherland, spent the BROOKER.Messrs. the Bapti.-t church next Sunday mo
11 i to plant over, in case they are bait.'I. oui farmers are happy. week-end with his parents here. ing and evening by the pastor.
by the cold. Rev. LaRowe and wife, of Hamp- charge. Everybody welcome.
4 Rev. P. M. Riggs, of Starke, LA WTEY. ton were visitors here this week. L. A. Brown and N. E. Bax

: here to fill his regular Miss Clara Markillie, of Jackson- ter spent last Thursday in the state Clear Your Stin in Spriflf.
,,; last Sunday but was too sick to ville, was among the many that attended metropolis. Spring house clearing means eJea#:

and Rev. L. C. Smith preached Mrs. J. H. Moore and daughter, Miss the celebration of Mr. L. A. Messrs. Scott Andreu, Hj P. Gain- ing inside and outside. Dull p.
a very interesting from the text 1 Ace Lee, were shopping in Jacksonville Duncan's birthday.Mr. ey, G. W. and A. A. Hazen spent two skin is 'an aftermath of winter ho-
4th chapter.Mr. one day last week. Brady Bryan, of Raiford, arrived -'days and nights of last week fishing ti\ ty. Flush your intestines Will I
C. B. Roberts motored Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Monday to attend the normal here. I On Lake Geneva. mild laxath and clean out the to*
Starke on business last Friday was visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. Editor A. G. Powell was a visitor !i Mr. Thomas Baxter returned to mulated wastes, easy to take, these
I The chicken stealing business J. R. Skinner, of Fairfax, Va., to the State Farm Sunday to assist in {'Jacksonville last Wednesday, after not gripe. Dr. King's New Life US
I started up again in this place, is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the music for the lecture that was spending several days with his par- will clear your: complexion and brig'
ning on full time. They stole given there.
J. D. Randall, in East Lawtey. ents here.
., en your eye Try Dr. King's Nt*
I! chickens last Saturday night and )Ir. L. H. Hill was transacting business Mr. Carl Alderman, who is attend- Mr. E. N. Anderson was called toLet'sburg Life Pills tonight and throw off tat
ed feathers and heads and
in Starke Monday. ing Columbia College, spent several last week to the bedside of sluggish winter shell. At all drugg*
a box and threw them in
f. B. Wilder's yard, with the over Starke Cot ,A.were Z. visitors Adkins to and Lawtey family Tues-, of hours with his parents here Sunday. his daughter, Mrs. T. G. Futch, who 25c. ,.111

of the chicken eaters of Graham. day.

Miss Maggie Watts spent last Mr. J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was I -:- '"",
k at Waldo with relatives.Mr. -
.... transacting business in Lawtey one ,
Strickland, of
day last week.
Ga., is shaking hands with old fri ;
Hon. A. D. Andrews and of
family, Better Than
in Graham this week. Alarms
?' t, Mr. Frank Bevill shipped one Friday.Raiford, were visitors to Lawtey'last Burglar

of strawberries
to Atlanta the
Rev W. L. Overstreet, pastor of the
: which netted
day him $9.85. He
been church, is holding a .
sawmilling for about 15
meeting in Alachua this week.
r but he has about decided now
Mr. A.
spent Sunday with
had rather be a farmer. He is i his family at Alachua. AYING
BY CHECK is better '
ing a large crop of corn and Mr. Thomas Foster, of DeLeon protection than
s r this with his father Mr.
year I
was in Lawtey I
z on business
Bevill alarm.
; !, at Graham. the first part of the week. Mr. Fos- a burglar
; We are to report that Mr.

I t is ward very Prevatt's sick sorry at this little writing.Mr. two-year-old. ter eral Miss was years.Dollie a resident of Lawtey for sev I It is only the man who "keeps money in the

iOtC?,** family. J.to 0.Hazlehurst Frier has, Ga.moved I in Springs the high, spent Biggs school Sunday, who at in Green is a teacher Cove I house" that invites the visit of the "yegg." No

Lawtey at
Miss Francis Roberson has the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i will risk life
,ti. ed to her home at Scriven Ga. W. H. Biggs. ;, burglar or liberty by entering a .
; Mr. Arley of
Reynolds, Miami
., 'spending relatives here.a few days with friends last were Mayor visitors W. F.to Green Godwin Cove and Springs family, j I house where the owner is known as a "pay by .

The folks at Graham would I check "
Rev. :
the to mention A. T. Galloway, of the M. E. man.
Telegraph about '
church, South filled
his regular ap- I ,
the Starke Growers Association
: pointment at the (
Ortega Methodist
1 begin handling our berries. church last Sunday.Mr. I J i. ;
s H. D. Randall was transacting I Leave it to the Bank

MILLER. business in Jacksonville the first part I Ii ,'
of the week. i

> s The ideal spring weather-of the Mr. H. W. Raiford, of Raiford, was : Your bank will'take
: : several days have put the I Lawtey last Friday on business. care of your money pay
planting in earnest. Miss Bertha Lawrence, of Jacksonville .

A matter worthy of notice Lawtey, spent Saturday and Sunday in i your bills, .and keep your cash account. It is the only
the agricultural class in the great at the home of her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence. i safe
former We
provement over years of solicit
paring the land before planting. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Adams and your account, no ,

most every farmer is breaking his little daughter visited relatives in Co matter how small.
I lumbia Many of
,. with two horse plows county last Sunday. our heaviest accounts :
? Mr. Herman Morris, of the Mr. Elzie Loadholtz and family, of i i in
'f State Vaccine Co., of Kansas City Lake Butter, were guests last Sunday a very humble way. !
of Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz. I
been in our section vaccinating I
t, Mrs. A. A. Smith spent several .
with the double treatment. We days \ -
this week visiting in Gainesville, Silver :
every farmer in the county would i -
Springs and Ocala. s
his hogs treated as we would
'{ i soon be rid of the dread disease Mrs. A. C. Talley and sister, Mrs.
\ cholera. Dodd, left last Saturday for a short i Bradford
Mr. J. K. Stephens and J. 0. !visit to DeLand, after which they will County Bank '!
some time visiting other points
-{ ; went to Blue Springs, Alachua ,
}f interest in that
4i I ty one night last week to fish for section.
,, fish. They set their hooks and Earl Whitten, of Raiford, was a visitor Starke
to Fla.
I I their rounds during the night to Lawtey last Friday. j ,
f off what fish that had taken the J. W. Addison and family moved .
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