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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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i VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1917. NUMBER 38. .

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tJ Congress- Summoned To Meet AflI.2nu._ To Take Action In Submarine Crisis fll




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WASHINGTON, March 21. President the president with authority to use the I

I SUBMARINES SINK MORE Wilson today met the constantly armed forces of the United States as RAILROAD PART
GERMANS
increasing probability of war with it empowered President McKinley to MANAGERS MEET

Germany by summoning congress to deal with the menace of Spain in 1898


:,1 U. S. SHIPS WITH% LITTLE WARNING I assemble date April he' -had two in chosen weeks'extraordinary before earlier the than session latest the and Such of whether war action except the would in United not a technical be States a declaration sense and- OF DEMANDS AND AVOIDS ATIE-UP


assaults on American rights on the I Germany actually go to war in the fullest -

eas.When acceptance of the term will depend -

Vigilancia City of Memphis Illinois the president addresses congress on what the imperial governmentdoes FINAL QUESTIONS IX SOUTHERN Wilson's
SHIPMENTS OF he is expected to show how a before congress is assembled or I HISTORY Mediators Authorizedto
state of war actually has existed for CONTEST.
are Sunk, and I May after it acts.Dispatches.
some time because of the unlawful ag Make Whatever Plans
from abroad tonight declared -
-; Prove "Overt" Act. gressions of German submarines. Romances of History. .
; STRAWBERRIESALREADY Congress is expected formally to declare that the German government Necessary.

a state of war existing, vote a expected a state of war within the 1. (a) Who was "Captain Sally --

:FIFTEEN SAILORS OF THE large sum, probably half a billion dollars next forty-eight hours placed an omi- Tompkins?"

I for national defense, and clothe nous aspect on the situation. (b) What did she do for Confede- UNIONS FAIL TO.GET ALL
VIGILANCIA v DROWNED HEAVY rate soldiers? :

2. Tell of Agnes Hobson's and Em- THEIR ORIGINAL DEMANDSHEADS .

ily Geiger's rides-and what resulted. .

VIGILANCIA TORPEDOED WITH. 3. Tell of Sam Dale and his pony, -t
MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. "Paddy." OF TRAINMEN'S ORGAN-
OUT ANY WARNINGTWENTYFIVE
HUNDREDS OF BUSHELS -- 4. Tell
of the two. faithful slaves
MEN THROWN INTO SEA The Town of Starke has just completed a system of sewerage, Mammy Kate and Daddy Cyrus. IZATIOXS WIRE qiAIBMEN OF

BY LIFEBOAT CAPSIZING-PA. LEAVING THIS POINT DAILY and the paving of its streets is nearing completion; the work of 5. What Indian tribes lived in the TRAINMEN THAT] TRAFFIC IS .

cleaning up its streets is now beginning, therefore; South?

1 TROL BOATS SEARCHING SEAS MANY BUYERS ARE ON HAND In order to further the efforts of the Civic League for a cleaner MiscellaneousName NOT TO BE STOPPf.D-WILL RECEIVE I

FOR SMALL BOATS. and better home' town, I hereby designate that period between the something written by: TEN.HOtll PAY FOR

4 BUT PRICES PAID ARE NOT 9th and the 23rd days of April, 1917, inclusive, as "Clean Up and (a) Sidney Lanier. EIGHT HOURS' WORK.

HIGH AT PRESENT.The Paint Up" weeks.I (b) Henry Timrod.c I

1 LONDON, March 18.-The sinking urge, that during the period above designated all citizens ( ) Father Ryan.d ; ,

I i -of the American steamships City of will gather up and destroy or otherwise dispose of all waste paper, ( ) Francis Scott Key. i

Memphis, Illinois and Vigilancia was I strawberry shipping season is cans and rubbish which has accumulated around their premises and (e) Joel Chandler Harris. NEW YORKMaret 19.-t-The con .

announced today. Fourteen men from here in earnest now and heavy ship- to do all in their power to eliminate breeding places of mosquitoesand Why do we observe: ference committee railrpad managers -

the Vigilancia are missing, as are ments are going forward daily. The flies; and to do all things which will be conducive to a cleaner, (a) April 26th? early this morning authorized j

j some of the men from the City of following representatives of Northern better, healthier and more attractive town (b) June 3rd. President Wilson's mediators to make

i Memphis. The crew of the Illinois commission houses have arrived: E. JOE HILL WILLIAMS (c) January 19th.d whatever: arrangements were neces- I

was landed safely. M. Thomas for A. Cancelmo, Philadel- Mayor. ( ) September 27th? sary with the railroad brotherhoods to

The City of Memphis in ballast from phia; J. W. York for Gordon & Whit- 3. Name six confederate warships. call off the threatened strike. l','

Cardiff for New York, was sunk by ney, Washington; H. L. Montford of (a) Their commanders. The formal letter in whifli this authorization '

,' gunfire. The second officer and fifteen New York, who buys for himself; Wm 4. Name six Confederate generals. was made, signed by

V imen of the crew have been landed. A Bulmer, for Bulmer & Co., New York. 5. What screen picture tells the Elisha Lee, chairman of,the managers

patrol boat has gone in search of the The home buyers are, Griffis Bros., J. truth about the reconstruction period? committee, was as followsj: ;

5 other members of the crew. The Illinois M. Truby, N. B. Hull, Brown & Son I ((1k) Who wrote it? I "In the national crisi pV-ecipitated 1

!f from London for Port Arthur, and C. S. Durling. [ CIVIC DEPARTMENTTelegraph. i by. events of which we- heafrd--, this.....-' -afternoon ,

5 was sunk at 8 o'clock this morning. The movement for the first three GOVERNMENT MARKET SERVICE the natioral cohfe.ence com

p The Vigilancia was torpedoed withI days of this week was as follows: mittee of. railroarl:<.joins with you in j

out warning; The submarine did not Monday-By express, 98 bushels; The the conviction that neither ai home nor

': appear. The captain, first and second by three refrigerator cars, 450 bush- MEETING OF "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP" All members of this committee weN present Bank of Starke is in receipt ofa abroad should there; be fei.r or hope

i mates, first, second and third engineers els; prices' paid here from $3.50 to CAMPAIGN COMMITTEES.The and reported having and done something in the way letter from the Office of Markets, that the efficient oporltwn tiC the rail- t.

} and twenty-three men of the crew $4.50 per bushel.TuesdayBy committees of the "Clean Up and FaintUp" cleaning week. up beautifying their propertythis Washington, D. C., advising that a rep- roads of the country;will! k>. hampered
campaign met Monday evening at seven resentative of the office will be .
stationed or impaired.
have been landed at the Scilly islands. express, 190 bushels; Report on public dumping and carting came
o'clock at the offce of Col. C. L. Peek, chair. in Starke
next in order. J. W. Andrews. Jr. chairmanof on April 1st for the "Therefore anihottzed( to .
!f The fourth engineer and thirteen men by three refrigerator cars 450 bush- man of the campaign.Col. you are as-
this committee. not being present a report purpose of publishing to the
strawberry sure the nation there will
bfc strike
are missing. els; prices from $3.50 to $4.75. Peek called first for the report of the could not be made but the chairman of other of this section the no I'
Wednesday-By express, 88 bushels, publicity chairman. Mrs. R. A. Weeks. A committees discussed the subject at length. The growers daily and as a basis for suth assurance we
by 4 refrigerator 600 bushels verbal report was given which embraced an publicity chairman was instructed to furnish market reports covering the move- hereby authorize the committee of the i
; Crew Took to Boats. cars,bushels.An ; outline of the plans by which the committee literature and instructions for this committeeat ment of the berry crop from various coincil of national defense .*o grant to i
prices averaged
$4 per expect to reach the public. Among the new once. The satisfactory means of disposalof sections of the
March 18.-The Amer- country, market con- the employes who fbout to strike .
I Queenstown, order from the Southern Express ideas are the following: Campaign buttonsfor trash was discussed at length. Householdersare ditions are: \
ican steamer City of Memphis, was Co. Tuesday refused open shipmentS the children campaign stickers. hangers urged not to put newspapers, old magazines etc. whatever adjustment Vour committee I
C torpedoed according to information re"t for hauls of more than twelvhours' or posters moving picture slides jig-saw puzzles or anything that can be burned with. The fact that the government will deems necessary to guarantee the uninterrupted j
for children. prizes for tin and bottle
can tin cans bottles etc. perform this service to make
seems
it deffuicnt
German submarine of
ceived here operations ,
by a duration.As elimination extermination
fly contestsby
contests ; Col. D. E. Knight, chairman of laws and
at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. the station agent is not allowed' Boy Scouts and L. T. L. children. Also ordinances, reported that he had as yet not unneccessary for the Bank of Starke the railroads as in in lispensable arm I
circulars and weekly writing in the columnsof held committee meeting and had to continue the bulletin service that it of national defense."
) The crew, numbering fifty-seven, to make public the destination of refrigerator a so no special 1
s took to five boats. Three of the boats cars we cannot tell our the Bradford County Telegraph report to make but his committee was has maintained during the past two The decision reached bj' the mana- ;
Report of Chairman of Sanitation Commit ready to receive any complaints regarding the seasons, and unless
some
with thirty-three survivors, were picked developmentof gers at their midnight conference !
l readers to what mark.ets these cars tee. Dr. A. H. Freeman was as follows: same. the situation
up by a steamer at 4 o'clock in the were sent. Mr. C. F. Hoover chairman committee on should seem to make means that the brotherhoods have won
morning and the men have been land i Those who have shipped berries on Your night committee the 16th on with sanitation the whole met commit on Friday -- planting and sodding, reported that as yet he it advisable to resume our bulletin an important victory, :-although it does i
had been unable to have a meeting of his committee service the Bank of
Starke
Bulletin not them all their
with the of Mr. bring original de
ed. their own hook during the past few tee present exception Kite. but he himself had made numerous will not be t
The other boats with twenty-four days have, at this writing, had no returns who was sick. plans regarding trees. grass and flowers. A published this year. mands. .
After discussing the various items of sani- We have
have discussion next took place regarding the kindsof written the Office of Mar- By the it'b i assumed
] aboard are believed to been picked and it is not known what their! tation assigned to our committee we unani- would kets agreement they I
of the grass trees and flowers that grow advising that the carlot move- will be awarded rsvta time for
in
up. The captain was one brought them. mously make the following recommendations: pro overtime -
shipments best in Florida. Dr that
Campbell suggested is
That th ordinance No. entit- ment already heavy from Starke the I
t boats.i'l .. 1. stown Ill. tropical plants and trees be grown as muchas on basis tf an eight.hour
o t COURSE'IN led "Certain Food Products to be Protectedby possible. as they always lend such an at. and Lawtey and asking that their rep- day which they have been assured. :
MRS. WALDRUP'S SHORT Screens" be enforced. tractive air to the Northern homeseeker. resentative be sent here at once. If Their original demands ;called for

Fifteen Members of Vigilancia's Crew DOMESTIC SCIENCE.At plumbing 2. That be we connected insist that with the the public city school sewer Clean streets and alleys Mrs. J. R. Davis, this request is granted the market ser- time and a half fer overtime on the j'S
chairman. reported that he committee all
were
Drown. without delay. lined up. That she had divided the town and vice will start some time next week. same basic day. I II
Plymouth, March 19.-Fifteen of house Wed- 3. That i( there is no ordinance requiringall laid off each member' work and by the time If not then it will be started April 1st. I. The men will get their present pay t
the court on Tuesday, within 200 feet of city sewer
: the, crew of the American steamer persons a clean up week came around they would be I BANK OF STARKE, for ten hours for eight work :
nesday and Thursday, Mrs. T. E. Wal- line to connect therewith that one be passedby ready to take hold in earnest and make some I hyurfc un-
-i\ Vigilancia lost their lives when the drup, home demonstration agent, con- the council. allowing ample time in whichto showing. She also asked for instructions as By E. S.Matthews, Pres. : der the agreement. Thee concessions .
: steamer was torpedoed by a German ducted mostsuccessful short course connect but compelling all that can do so to old fences along streets and alleys that kept on the part of the managers are virtually I
submarine. The survivors were in the a to connect within a certain time. nothing either in or out. MARKET REPORT. what the contended
in domestic science and other featuresof 4. That in all parts of the town. people liv. employes
Committees J. Alvarez
on vacant lots Mrs. M.
life boats from Friday morning until home-making. ing in town and outside of the sewered area chairman reported that she,had dividedthe they would gain under j the. Adamsonlaw
Sunday afternoon.To be required to make their earth closets con into if it were declared constitutional.
town two sections-the women to take S
the Associated Press Capt. Mid- Canning club girls, representing form,to the requirements of the earth closet the west section and the men the east section. The Interstate Stockyard, Talley- Immediately after Secretary Lane
I of Bradford county, that into effect 4th,
ordinance went
July 1915.
vessel nearly every part Has work all mapped out for members of her rand avenue, report on the local live
; dleton said today that his was had made his announcement, the lead
in attendance and were hospi- and be given the same time limit as in the committee. It
were suggested that the chairman
was stock market by Williamson & Dennis
i sunk without warning. It was ten sewered district.At of this ers of the brotherhood rent telegrams !
tably entertained in the homes of the committee ask the owners of vacant -
1; o'clock Friday morning, with the the conclusion of Dr. Freeman's reportit lots to put them it. good shape during Jacksonville, is as follows: to all the general chairmen informing ;
Starke Mrs. Waldrup was assisted -
people. moved and seconded and the motion
weather clear, when the ship was was this campaign. remove burnt buildings. old Goats, 2 1-2 to 3 1-2 cents. them that the strike had beta declaredoff.
Miss Harriet B. carried that all from committees be ,
in her work reports
by
fences and rubbish of every kind : and where Sheep, 3 3-4 to 5 1-2 cents.
struck by torpedo on'the starboardside handed to the chairman of the publicity ;
a com
for North Flor- is ,
Layton District Agent it possible plant flowers or cultivate the lot
near the number three hatch. Two mittee for publication. in the Bradford County i Lambs, 5 to 7 cents. The announcerrent Cf the managers !
in some
district way.
torpedoes were fired at the steamer, ida.and Mrs. F. A. Scott, I Report on S. A. L station improvements Medium to good hogs, 160 lbs. and that they had yielded apparently came '
and the
health It was also moved, seconded motion -
i but the first passed harmlessly astern. nurse. in carried that the chairman of the sanitation -I next called. Chairman not present. up, $11 to $11.50. as a surprise to the brotherhood chiefs I
printed
Between seven and ten minutes after the The last interesting issue of the program Telegraph was committee together with the chairmanof Chairman Report from not present.club house No committee report.Children's called. Good light hogs, 125 to 150 Ibs, $10.- for they were in bcd<< W len /summoned
school trustees meet with the council next 50 to $11.Good .
the steamer was struck she founderedTwo co-operation. T. R. Halligan, again to the confeience rocm. ;
lifeboats were lowered from the carried out with the exception of a few Tuesday evening. in regard to the sewer connected con. chairman. On behalf ef the Boy Scouts, Mr. pigs, 65 to 120 Ibs., $9 to $10. Earlier in the; evening there had
free nection at the school building being
changes, one of them being mov- Halligan pledged their support to this movement Fed steers choice to
prime
heavy,
the of been distinctlj pessimistic feeling
Vigilancia and crew forty-three Theatre with the city proper a t
at the Hopson's in possible. The scouts have
any way
got into them. Owing to the swell of ing pictures the court- CoL Peek next called for report of fly and bought a paper baler. and will be glad to $9.50 to $10; good to choice, $8 to $9; as to the prospart for averting a
through
I j the ocean, however, twenty-five melt Wednesday of Mr. evening Government slides, I. chairman mosquito committee.responded with Dr.the E.following T. Campbell report: .I accept paper. particularly if it will keep it fair to good $7 to $7.75. strike. Up to th'it hour the railroadshad t
esy Hopson. off the streets. Miss Emma Darby has resigned Florida bean-fed steers, 600 lbs and
were thrown into the water. of hookworm 1. Drainage of all water possible* refused to make! the concessions !
the subjects the guardianship of the Fire Girls and
The boats of the and the illustrating 2. Connection with sewer at school building Camp up, $7 to $7.50.Beanfed granted, and brotherhoods had .
captain shown at the Mrs. E. M. Johns has been appointed guard. 4
malaria and typhoid were
mates picked ten of the men but 3. Until drainage of standing water can be ian steers, 500 to 600 pounds, stood fast to their determination to
|I up theatre Wednesday evening accom- accomplished, instruct garbage man to put
$6.75 to
I the other fifteen were drowned. with lectures by Drs. Freeman, kerosene on all pools. Miscellaneous business as follows: The pub- $7.25. strike unless the;? won their demands, 1
I J Capt. Middleton says he saw no submarine panied 4. Screening of septic tanks and oiling of licity committee was instructed to have the Light steers, $5.75 to $6.50. either by the su.reme court declaringthe
Tomlinson explainingthe
. I'' during the attack, but that one Campbell and same until screened. mayor issue proclamation for clean up weeks Grass fed steers, $5.25 to $5.50. Adamson law valid or by their employers 1
different pictures as they were 5. We recommend that council pass ordi- -April 9th to 23rd inclusive.All Grass bulls, $4.75. granting'them the
eighthourday. I
of the engineers thinks he saw a peri thrown on the screen. Mr. E. R. Pop- nance that all merchants handling fruit and committee chairmen are urged to get Grass II
scope. The captain saw two oily of schools, vegetables or meats be required to keep fly their committees together without further delay cows, $4.50. I i
streaks on the water about a thousand pell, county superintendent the traps at front and rear entrance. also that all and lay out plans for work. If any need Heavy bulls, $6 to $7. !
he took also made an excellent address on hotels, boarding houses and restaurants be required literature and information along their line of Light bulls, $5.50 to $5.75. --- i
which J
yardr from the
steamer
subject of "Woman as a Saver and to keep traps at kitchen doors. work. apply to Mrs. R. A. Weeks wlo will Herridicks, $5.25 to $5.75.
;t to be the tracks of torpedoes. The in the Home." 6. That all merchants handling fruits. vegetables -j be glad to furnish same. Calves Adamson Law Held Constitutional j
: Spender Ar meats be required to screen front and made the $6 to $9.
Vigilancia was flying the American Dr. A. H. Freeman a motion same
j This short course in domestic science rear and keep goods inside screen being seconded and carried. that a committee Fat cows, $5.75 to $7. Washington, March 19.-In an 4

.1 flag painted and on her either name side.and a flag was was planned by.Mrs... Waldrup. _._._ _specially _.1 __- 7. Recommend kitchen door.that each residence have flytraps I I known as "Visitors' Welfare" committee be Medium cows, $4.50 to $5.50. epochal decision hclding congress to '
for the canning CIUD gins, aim cm- at appointed. The duties of this committee are Canners, $4.25 to $4.50. be clothed with any and all power nec-
be
stock in town required i
8. All keeping 'to look after visitors coming in'o.town arrange -
lessons
! 1 --:--- I braced such practical features as to keep box for manure in accordance with for a public drinking fountain for people Oxen. $4.40 to $6.50. essary to keep open the channels of "F
Five Americans: Missing. in bread making, how to make instructions of S. B. H. I and animals. also public toilet. interstate commerce, the supreme
. and other dainties from 9. That literature be furnished and that Further meetings of the "Clean Up and ,
'I I I peanut butter court, five to four, sustained the noted ,
LONDON, March 19.-Capt. Borum Scouts and Fire Girls be asked to later.
fruit tomato cook Boy Camp Faint Up" campaign will be announced HONOR ROLL FOR SIXTH MONTH I to
canning Adamson law constitutional and
d I and the eight men who formed the peanuts, distribute same.The OF STARKE HIGH SCHOOLFirst I as
I sunbeam strawberry -
lessons and enforceable in feature.
ing and Paint every
4 complement of his boat are among chairman of the "Clean Up
those missing from the sunken American preserves, the later being Mrs. Wal- Up" campaign next called for report of the REST ROOM COMMITTEE. The immediate effect of the decision

steamer City of Memphis. Four drup's original recipe. garbage committee. Mrs. J. T. Quigley, reported At a meeting of the committees of the Clean will be to fix a permanent eighthourbasic
is fortunate, as follows: and Paint movement inaugurated by Grade-Louise Stewart, Elmer 1
Bradford county very Up Up day in commuting wage scales on
of the Americans. Mon-
.j' eight sailors are The garbage d.spoeal: committee met chairman McMillan.
as-their the Starke School and Civic Club the -
indeed to have Mrs. Waldrup of interstate railroads. for which a nationwide -
and
The boat at 10 o'clock day ufu-rnoon to devise ways means committee !
picked on
was up was requested to appoint a Second Grade-Edna Manning Malcolm !-
Sunday morning empty and it is hop- home demonstration agent, as she is disposal of garbage and we respectfully recommend Visitors and Rest Room. The idea is for this strike win. has been threatened i
1 efficient teacher galvanized iron garbage taM with coven Thornton, Owen Griffin, Isla Poppell. -
and
ed that its rescued a most practical committee to secure suitable room in the town and to give, jeffeetive from Jan
occupants were business houses anq\
:, -i either vessel along the line of better home-making, as receptacles districts for also the for homes. Or as a have it furnished with every convenience as Eugene Matthews. uary 1 this ear,' ncr ases ir wages to .
boat by down town
by or
patrol a
a of a rest room for out of town visitors especially Third Grade-Lassiter Andrews, '
carrying no wireless and landed at and is doing an untold amount good less expensive container. a box or barrel with women and children This has been a trainmen 0 about 25 per cent, at a
influence is felt. be used for the residences only. Prices Frances Colley, Myrtle Hodges, Ruth
wherever her cover to long-felt want and it is believed that the whole cost to the railroads estimated at from
, i some The out of the way port. : The young ladies in regular atten- I of these receptacles are under investigationby town will be interested in the proposition Poppell, Lois Williams, Hugh Brown- $40,000,000 to $50,000.000( a year.
survivors that the captain's
say Chairman C. L. Peek appointed the following:
Mabel Byrd Gra- members of the committee.The
Misses The Chief Justice
dance lee.Fourth court throjgh
boat became seperated from the others were committee also recommend the burningof J. M. Alvarez chairman, A. M. Darby. R. Grade-Alma Sapp, Hamil- ,
Sulli-
f about 1 o'clock on Sunday morning. ham; Effie Sloan, Graham; Amy all garbage possible. ruch as paper. orange A. Weeks, N. B. Hull. Fred F. Stump F. B. ton Ritch I Marie Parker Olive Rae White, declared both carriers and their
:I. :1. van, Starke; Miriam Adkins, New and banana peelings and all other waste whichcan Johns W. B. Young N Sternberg. Mrs. L. E. employes, engaged business charged !
River; Gladys Mae Stallings, Raiford; be burned. The garbage wagon to empty Roberts Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Jackson. with a publitrmferesi, subject to the !

1 1. JUNIOR LEAGUE. Emma Griffis, Starke; Nellie Mae Dees containers twice per week. kins. Fifth Grade-Julian Canova, Comer right of.congress to. compulsory arbitrate

: UVAin cto.io...., .MO.*_.TO j Pnlline.v-.-.---, -Brooker- --. : Bun- l Long, Nathan Prevatt Nellie. Mott, a dispute affecting. the' operatingof
i Subject last "A Child of nie Graves Graham Lena Louise Andrews, Liizabetn Brownlee. that business.
i Sunday was ; Menitt'l ENTERTAINS THE LITERARY SOCIETY.
COLLEY Seventh Grade-Paul Canova.
God." box of Marion Ritch MRS. "Whatever would bethe of ,
Rev. Barr opened a Lake Butler; CIRCLE. I right an
giants and told the bad doings of each Eloise Ousley, Theressa; Lois Drake, READING Eighth Grade-Alice Thornton. employe engaged Jn private businessto 1
i Note. Last month mis-
one. We are all going to try and Raiford; Anna Mae Anderson, Rai- The literary society organized by through a demand such wages as he desires, ito
omitted the
take two from
get the kill these old Frances Murrhee, Graham; Onie names were leave the employment ;if he does
people to help us ford
last
Mrs. W. G. Law met Friday
afternoon even-
,
Starke Last week on Thursday honor roll, namely: Hugh Fryer of the S
giant Graham Dora Griffis, ; not them by concert of actionto
Graves get an
1r.V : ; home of Dr. and Mrs. J. P.
at the
hospitably en- ing '
Mrs. J. F. Colley very tenth grade, and Doris Law of the
We Butler Jame Grif- I to leave the
Our League is growing fast. I Dora Tyson, Lake ; the ladies of the Methodist Tomlinson. twelfth agree with others on
tertained '
grade.
-- .Vi have forty members. Last Sunday we fis, Starke; Ruth Smyth, Graham; churcbrwho belong to the reading cir- Quite a number gathered to enjoy same condition," said the opinion .

1 had a lot of visitors and hope to have Rhoda Bennett, Theressa: Julia Register the literary program, music, etc., "such rights are necssarilsubject .

some each Sunday. Some of the members Lake Butler; Daisy Moore, The- cle.A and profitable hour which was-presided over by Pitt Tom- BAPTIST CHURCH. to limitation when employment is accepted .
pleasant
- I of the league are sick and I hope ressa; Edith Rivers, Lake Butler; Ed- very in reading" md discussing a: linson. The members are reading John in a businea'charged; with a

Some one will carry each some flow- na Fralick, Lulu; Myrtie Coleman, was spent from the book the circle is Halifax, Gentleman, and at this meet- public interest and oil to which the .

L' I era. NELLIE MOTT, Starke; Mabel Crews, Lake Butler, chapter "The New South." ing several chapters were enjoyed. There will be the usual services next power to-xegulate commerce by con-

:: t a Reporter.In Ava.Colema 1, Starke; Vicey Moore, studying Towards, the close of the afternoonMrs. These literary meetings are very Sunday morning and evening, to which gress applied, and the resulting right ,

__ Starke. and affairs and the public is cordially invited.W. to fix in case of disagreement and dis-
- Colley served her guests with delicious pleasant profitable ,
i' Wednesday evening the audienceI G. LAW pute a standard of wages: as we have
buying paint for every purpose, light refreshments, consistingof under Mrs. Law's wise directions will '
I much enjoyed hearing the girls $ Pastor. seen necessarily obtained.*
.t wnsider Devoe paint Quality repeats. very cake and fruit punch. prove a real educative means.
Starke Hardware Co. '!dug, "Florida Canning Club Song. tiv

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4 P.\GEtwO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. ? fRlIJ.-\r. -'f'f
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TALENTED YOUNG )U_ 1 su.l1 and Lad fcsch at a beartffs!I)'forel| : : for tie ecrjarr. His sos ndstL' tin we Lad: to reffl it whenever -. the hinnocks were perf: ied z :a C1tu .\. r( .. ;.
i pot oa the ensiles of a creek. Then: and }!:. Jack Dvil are also e=f loyedthere we croised 1r1l Where ferioes sweet odors from the honeysuckle another .J-
;we passed the old Texts rcifl and fozsdjourselves 1 ilr. DTI said: that 100 acres have not yet bees erected, the trails fragrant Cowers, aaa the grass a 4 :. -.!: n 1eIr!&
it Every feels when newspaper, man knows bow on the dernaia: of the Socthem -' of new land is ckared erery" art:h. are oftea so crooked till the radhu cf ir the: burrt-over pine: woods was new "O.1.I......;......... a1- 'x. '" dear_ -If
having writes S ne- "
: Cattle Feeding Copa.T.i2' He also ram that the new kids oren nary curves is cot sore than t1re:J.oi:i and clear. We bowled slang: through Pies ;? n.4 ." IJ!..
thing that strikes chord, be are a m: .I1'
: a popular }
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: ; WaDer, Belnwre aid Scruo whhoat .
ecEpary c'a1l1aQ'thossaWis of acres ch. (O2"g sQSM acres, which feet. To go 00"a Fill: with nth : '. .
is therefore Liked,,-Who be the wrote last to itaDd give credit be win of ill finds of la: f
to tsral land is converted into fields ia a laid, wOl x= iegia oeri rio::.!. Gay esoueh clearance to ruts:: trec.J .; places! :! tar the: races *:e to be tbv.e the J 11. '
bas oce ooae.person B for=t tbe what Telegraph another: reportereospcitted person T=Oe'"t ihoraugh r..a' Rr and tie balJ cocrty is ar ideal grating cp rtry and stamps, required spree fait 12 cor of regions ir cead of dednne pciru. .a.tt'.4.-Tahhe; a 'iI'j'oI.'I.....4f.l. .,,.-. ,.. _.,;.,...
once is csed for grazing. Perennial .its Uir rapkily chase -asd had it. If Their real locatiocs are ts ir:.f-firrve y,0. "
rnc-es
such } are ? fox.dl I ; we a bcggy tU! heavy -:.- 1114
an error but week: by' spring branches vein the pastures, c..if;ost. going at the rat of six nUes aa hoar I f|aa the!: phrase "Deer': art," or the 1I *- feeth M d: l 1ft:
j giving the credit for painting a good f cation of Zif and Pine Hill, i Bradford er z duos'a. Go!: r .......
beside many kid of grasses that tie> The many bid: trails that bothered only eczies: to-a rsddea stop the occ.pant I New IZ' FI: t" & r.-"
t pictore to a professional: scenic painter !: a' "
cattle Eke the branches fnrgedjwith 1 tie frst exist for fee will eoanty.At : :' r otcea. Q-JnDt
vfaea the work done OrnEeMoitt. are : : eipedicoa so thane ; break through the 2.) ,
t was by
We bare told ofOrrilk'i a growth cf trees and bathes,l i the large landed interests tare made bcnoa; if an i toaobile going at the Ian we returned to Starke where << (I j
:i original. clever frequently aid tastef si the leaves cf m=y of which: are euen, new, straight roads along their fence*,., sane speed swidealy stop, tbe person an aa.om bile may ran all day on a T Ta2lu -
, ideas shown ia tbe be dresses: tbe by the cattle. ([std at the crossings are signs to direct sitdrg: : beside the driver w.:leave ,' teaspoonfal of gasoline os the spkn- e LY:: iu.
! sbow windows of D.way C. Jones' bard- To visit aB parts of this c-nenset[ trare rs. The reads are all saady, the care to the tsne of a doable som- did new brick :reea. Aid ekes it was seat to arjKSiioa a.:resi'kr
: are"store, bat we did not know be domain, which ii in charge of Szpergteadest socedses' so each so that if 03; sliDfsl -,. ersa Jt. The writer ha experienced I 1 1i I I corning and evening of the fast day. c,' th* :&: .tItbt.
.t was aa artist with the brush, and we CocoJy, of Green Cove W'a.5inpossibje..lfe chasffezr: Lad not known to get the[I i both Cod knows: how to appreciate a''I $M: ; : wS l3!
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:r batten to make reparation, for the, : is too short, bet we cost power from the engine, we world good car driver. Starke eats:; now r.ake a good living EOS in yean.. E'C!j -? mtk j.Su ...
I; pietare is a good oae. ford ocr way to the home of Mr. A. have t*$orne hopelessly stalled. Much The oaks oa the ridges were psttirg ricking: sp the yosng jparrows that A "*\ _
;f. Beside the picture in one of }Ir.)G. Dpi, formerly of Sorte, DOW a bsrdrg cf gasoline so heated the I, out yorrg Iteres of virgi= pur:tj'. faD from .the tests ? /M i.WWWUUEUWffUWWUWWUW
;!; Joces' show window,OrviUe has decorated I
,[ the other window with birds and ::::::
f. other things of his own shaping andpistng I
';" ., eakslati-g to make passers
:, J by "stop loa and listen and"get the _
notion to bey certain shticks P_=.p*d
. by the stare. OrriBe Moitt is a rising
yocng r*". for be uses bis talents n:
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f the NOTED best way ures"5.LECTURER possible-to HERE f=rer bisemployer's : The 6reat Spring Opening and Easter Sale 6 <




t Mrs. Ma>i Ba tan Booth, lEt tsr- !
er, anther aid prisoc rtf cnser.is sated -': OF THE : :-
for a tea days' kersre tam eve: LOOK
Florida. j*I LOOK
This itinerary wi3 begin a: Hap- FOR THE '
f ton Bradford co=ty Satz day, Marti FOR THE
24th. which is the location cf tbe F' r- RIGHT PLACE
RIGHT PLACE \
ida Hope Ha3 and Farm sow xlr
r ..... UNTIL YOU FIND IT
way cf connrsctics; fcr di irzed NewYorkStore UNTIL YOU FIND IT 5

I t :prisoners.11."!. Booth 'rw Ir : ze-r =-
l. of which tie is the facer. ie New York Store The M York Store
t and leader. c.i wf3 sirs the cl :-
ire.s ef Hi"--tsa: and eKn=ny it
. : the Chrisiiaa chsrh at 7:50 p. :.. on
; ber life's 'crk.r is that cf prisesrefonnatJcn -f
r : The F r. LsEcye. ?*-- Lawtey Hat LAWTEY FLA.Lawley alt
l r {cw3'I. is cue toO, its. Eocth's can1verts ,, J
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a via pride at this Krrice.Adt. l :
L A. ().3 ::. na e s ??rteDdect :- 7 _. ,
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of the Voteteers of A=) nca. o..dJ ,
and Eatager of Hope HaH and Fars,'
wishes to ate=d a cordial wekonK to ;
i the cit e! of Starke to amend tan I
ledue. To Protect You
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;. On Susday. March 25th, Y..o-:. B-xth! Against Rising Cost "

.i win visit at Raiford Bradford and Farcis.address the Warden pnsosers -,1

Psriis is arranging to bring all the In-I I
mates into one large congregation
as to enable tbe speaker to reach aa We bought early and have
}. by one address. ready now fully 5,000 pairs of the newest

+ Spring and Summer Footwear
for Men, Women and Children. ;

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:. fired Jest with one the year ardor ago for four geographical explorers. We earnestly advise immediate buying. The prices at which -\

discovery left Starke in the hope ofdiscovering we are

f after four msaecessful the Camphor attempts farm and cut offering them now, based on their costs several months
blindtraik ago represent -
I forty miles of travel over fifty ,
,they bad to give it up, and there
bas been a doubt in their minds ever practically the present wholesale price of shoes.
tee .
sine as to the existence of plate.i .J
Last Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs.
t J. W. Morgan decided to visit the -
Carrpcor farm if it could be fossd. : j
t They bad read in the Telegraph that Space is limited
: it was located in Clay county, and I so we are just mentioning a few of these wonderful
.. what the Telegraph says is so. The
scribe who had len: one of the forner -| values have offer
:.1 bisself exploring of their part invitation. Radii to attorapary availed-I we to you to prove to you what we have

them Mr. Morgan bas a ""Ford received in and
Spring Summer
i that is eqtD anything. and while I Footwear. Sale begins
: tbe Texas ponies wed ia the first atj j : .
J tempt were jroc-d only for four trials,! '
: the Ford. with Mr. Gary Erri? at the
1 bela, could stand a dozen. Explicit
1 directions haw to find the pace were Saturday Mar. 24
I obtained frwn Mr. J. W. Andrrars, Jr. ; 1917
The road was the MidSe'tcrj road

t i i as far as till Black Creek was crossed.IIi : :
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r- : Middleterg and Beteore read crc ...;*d.misea ,
L ye turned so nh. We were new; AND CONTINUES THROUGH COMING '
f properly within the cotSr s cf the EASTER EVE'
f : Cazphor farm and. glad to have final-]
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I lyre. a goal that bad teen as eH-! -
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i i i coast of South America we wed the I A SPECIAL UNHEARD OF BARGAIN FOR LADIES AND MISSES Ladies' Brown ,
Kid
i aromatk odor of camphor that p 350 Pearl Kid, Russet Leather, Pate< t Colonial! 1
, ; seated the air. On both sides of ---I pairs Ladies Mary Jane Patent Leather Slippers, Latest style, Pumps. All.. Latest Styles in Oxfords-Famous
i.- road was an snserse fell, wtich to Sizes from 2 to 8, value today, market price, $2.80. Will! for -Values from $4,00 Mayfl 'her Male
go to $5.00.
We
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a the right extended far cocldsee are
; as as we this offering same for $2.95 ;
Spring Opening Sale at $1.50.
: bet no camphor: trees ia into A GREAT 4
SHOWING
I pillar of cbrt lord announced thatsoceoce IN OUR SPRING DRESS GOODS. -
? : 1,200 pairs Tennis Shoes for Men, Women and Children, value today
was cosing. He proved to
. : be a native to the career bur, and market price, 75 cents. Will go at this Spring Opening Sale for We have a Wonderful 1 Assortment in' all sizes and widths tof Shoes-:.

( we He asked rose bra in his abort stirrups the easpbor, shaded trees.his only 59 cents. be From convinced AA to EE-so We can* fit you. You are invited to COJ7J6'? and .

'. eyes and then pointed to tie sprostsabost 300 Ladies Washable Skirts, latest make of fancy Madras, Splash

7, along tbe a foot road.high They growing were eazphor ia rows Veils, Poplin and assorted Linens, value from $2 to $3, mil go at IMPORTANT-Mill and Jobs and Cloth Remnants-Bo gM for Cash '

trees. The kaves: had t:rned brown: this Spring Opening Sale for 98 cents. and Nearly Given Away. .

!; haps from we the might late lamented have discovered cold or themocrselves. per 275 pairs of Men's Work Pants, in all sizes, value from $2 to S2.50, EXQUISITE NEW WINERY 1 FOR LADIES. _AND CHILDREN. _

: will go at this Spring Opening Sale for only 95 cents. REMNANTS--tonSlsti of Fancy Veils

.' asked.Bat where are the big trees?" we Glazed, Kid, Grey Vamps, White, Kid Top Washable Canvas Boots, Corded Veils: All BIeachm9S', ? MadrasSplaslf YdEnng

; There &: so bfrger carphire White and all Colors, in Latest Styles. Value $6.00 to $8.00. We sell for Cash at Ginghams and Aprons to

:, trees that I knows of," was the an are offering same for $3.95, $2.95 and $1.95. EXTRA- PECIAL SALE OF

iwer.Bit there mart be," we insisted. One Lot of 400 pair of Ladies' Oxfords of Good Quality. Values from The to HOUSE FURNISHINGS. j
Ready Wear
I. "Can't smn the $3.00 to $4.00 Department is Full to Overflowing
Tbe yon camphor ; per pair. To be sacrificed to our customers. SPE Things and of the flewest
stranger sniped: wnh a puzzled it would take
CIAL until a page to describe
Easter
look.: L only Eve, $1.95. would not know. them, and glen you

a+.,"Oh" be, remarked I know what you are driving. We are offering! equally as big values in Men's and Children's Shoes choose \ Come and see them, inspect for you elf and _
presently.o that your wants from
at our New and '
Sacrificing Prices. Up-to-
Date
smell ain't from camphire, bzt from Sales In Mode's' SpeciJl'
f that 'ere swamp yonder that's burn every Department of the Big Readyto.Wear SectiMs. !
!s'. Hits fall of bsming sweet bay 0
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;, :. yon The Stung see.stranger again. voaehsaf cs a plane* We Are Looking For You to Come In And See :=1

f of pity and passed on. For Yourself. f f4
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stopped and looked at the distant fields "
:. throcgh a telescope, bet could only seoe =- "_
very small trees. Yet it was natural ::
enough that the trees should be: small, Come Early and Get (
as this was tbe only size available First Choice.
,. i when so many thousands were seeded. _
The trees are planted in rows about 15
feet apart and the cultivation extends
about five feet on each side of each
1- "i row of trees The land as far as our ;
vision extended was either oak rid?* 1
or poor pin land. The poverty of thesofl THE NEW
can b* remedied by fertflm" and YORK STOR
I proper cultivation, and if the roots an
reach a moist stratum the trees win
flourish. Som portions of the land 7
are moist enough. Immense sums of ,
money have been spent here on clearing
stumping, breaking up and fencing.
as well as on trees and planting
and incidental expenses. LAWTEY FLA.
We passed:, the superintendent's residence ,
, and a little town of comfortable
,. looking "quarters." We continued
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FRIDA Y. MARCH 23. 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. ; ,

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H"-i ..__ __ BILLS PAID BY TOWN COUNCIL I THE AGE OF SANITATION. -- slId to said street one ]Hi-----

i News of florida in Short'Paragraphs.ie I I thence hundred and ten fet't .' '4' I t
easterly at right '
General FundE. This is the age of perfect sanitation, angIe.. to said stret Iwo I I
S. Matthews mem counciL 3.00 especially in the manufacture of foods hundnd and ten feet to .J C

J. W. Andrews Jr. do __u____ 3.00 And no one is more particular about thence the west side of said street : I t :

{ [ State Newsl D. C. Jones do __________uu 3.00 sanitation and cleanliness than careful west side northerly of laid along street the J I

S. A. Bryan do _____-________ 2.00J. Mrs. Housewife.She J. R. Davis -......______ one to the hun\rE'd point 01 and ten feet / i t
W. White do ____________u 3.00 is daily growing more cautious Beginning at stake bt'JrinnioR' 110 @'2.00341 r ft ront 1220.38
: : Told by ,Our Exchange. A. S. Crews treas salary __u 7.50 about the foodstuffs she buys, and she west side of a Walnut on street the I :

I Joe Hill Williams fees 4.00C. i makes it her important duty to learn, Nw14 of section twenty- :j
i iIi. mayor | if possible, the various methods of eight crosses said street i A
,- / A. Futch clerks fees _.A___ 23.25 manufacture and running thence west :
practiced in the factoriesof
: f I Ed Burnsed salary and fees ___ 52.00 five hundred and eight .. :
i INVERNESS. place became she :
This large mill destroyed fire everything buys. feet south of where
was the
by Silas Kite do __ _________ 52.00 t ;
north
Ii.r in incorporated town Monday when at some time ago and since that.time the -- -- The food article that cannot con line of the SE'4 of t

a special election the citizens voted to work of rebuilding has been in prog Jones Plumb. Shop fixing pipeat vince her that its method of productionare six threoo feet hundred. thence and ninety ( j I i

' = incorporate by a vote of 83 to 72. A ress. The new mill was Completed city hall ________________ 1.00 absolutely above reproach can find hundred and ten south feet.one t (

f community with 72 moss backs will't"I last week and now it is running almoston Starke Tel. Co. phone rent___ 1.50J. no place in her home. Its manufacturer thence east three hundred ; I'I

J have a hard road to travel. full time, and will be making full F. Colley tongs for sewer cap 1.00 has lost forever the careful woman and thence ninptY-ilix north feet and t- ;i ..

lU 5 time in a few days. When the mill Bradford Co. Telegraph pub. as a customer. '''''''.. west of Walnut along Street the l
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:'Hl i SANFORD.-Celery tontinues to burned it was a severe loss to Green ordinance 92 ____________u 30.00 She has heard so much about sanitation J. W. Alvarez'*IY. Il l- hundred and ten feet to .t t : ;
and food regulation that she -__-. ...:._ place of beginning ______ t I
; move and this week will witness about'one Cove Springs, because it employed a W. L. Wall firechief ______-___ 2.00E. pure BeginnIng at a 110 U.003U f 't ro.t $220.S
has at last post on the
awakened full
its im
to
Ii north large number of hands and these were B. West side
; hundred cars going at good Shipman asst chief __u 1.50 of Walnut street
' : prices. The celery is smaller than usual thrown out of employment, and the Gus Beasley fireman ______ 1.00 portance.She three hundred ninety. ight
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i but of fine flavor and quality, and pay roll money was greatly missed. Chas. Beasley do ____________ 1.00 investigations cannot be of too such cautious food productsas in her feet west ot soulh.here 15 the degree north I .I. ,

: ij; ( is bringing $2.50 per crate. f. o. b. things Now that will the take mill on is in new operation life. While again Cliff Chancey do ____u______ 1.00 canned goods Baking Powder, etc. ot line of seetion the SE\, of NWL. i

1 i Sanford.. the new mill is not quite as large as Will Moitt do -__________---_ 1.00 There is one Baking Powder man- township six twentY-eight south of f

'}if 1 i the old one, it is said it will cut nearly Chas. Ensey do ______u______ 1.00 facturer, for instance whose factory range twenty.two east I

JACKSONVILLE-Episcopalians of as much lumber every day. Drew Alvarez--. -- -- An-- -_ --_-_-_-_ -_-_---- 1-.nn-- doors are always wide open to thecareful el'OllHtl said- ..t......the........ .west_" _side____'of .' J
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i the diocese of Florida in the raising of Buddy George do ___u__-___ 1.00 housewife.If thenee westerly mm at running right ? I

: the funds for the pensioning of aged Frank Lane do _______.______ 1.00 you could visit this plant, the angles to said street three f'. I
it succeeded in than LIVE OAK.-Saturday night a negro largest and most in the world I hundred and ninety-eix ,
preachers, more sanitary
Will Baisden do _
__________ 1.00 feet thence : I
1.t- f reaching the amount asked, $20,000, man held up an automobile, said where Calumet Baking Powder is manufactured southerly and ,
Markley Johns do __ ______ 1.00 parallel to said street ;
::11 I according to the local clergy. The complete to have been driven by a Georgia traveling uu I you would be amazed at the hundred and ten feet one i I : r .
Jay Alderman do ____ ___ .
1.00
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,,'f reports are not yet available. man, near Suwannee Springs and u wonderful cleanliness of everythingand thence easterly and at i
I: robbed the driver. A short time afterwards Road and Bridge Fund every employe. right angles to said street S '

j 1 I J. M. Street, who was coming Bank of Starke pay roll Feb._ 48.60 In this, the world's most modern I six three feet hundred, and thence and ninety- .... :
The for the
DAYTONA. movement north
# to the city, was held up, presumably M. D. Newmans filing saws -- .35 Baking Powder plant, every move erly along the west side of : t .,
' I i division of Volusia county and the creation by the same man, who got on the running Quigley Luirber Co. lumber __ .64 ment in Calumet's manufacture is done said street one hundred '

1'11 of a new county out of the territory board-of the car, but by a sudden W. F. Mott scav work ______ 76.86 by spotless machinery. No human hand I 'of and beginning ten feet to the place I t -

.?I J composing the Halifax road district swerve of the car the man was thrownto ever touches the Baking Powder andit I & one acre. more or conUininz less. .1 j & I
:: which began several days s-l, 1d'atthe, 110
yI I ago, the ground. Mr. Street to the w. Lots 1 @$2.00344 ftlfront
j. ( has taken definite shape, and petitions came Total u______________-___ 126.45 reaches you absolutely pure.A -- Matthews and 2 blk 1 E. S. t $220.38
; city and reported the incident to the Eo & add "A" 105 t
; I I are now in the hands of R. L Smith sheriff, who left immediately for the Bond Fund POPPell ---Lot 3 blk 1 E. S.--Mat--- @120o344 H ft'frout 210.38
others for circulation. Quigley Lumber Co. lumber for MANY POINTED SUBJECT. 1011'1. thews add "A" .. I ;
;i and scene of the hold-up, but no trace couldbe tt L.Florence Eo C anova LoU 4 5 6 and--7---blk--- 1 70 @$2.00344 T rt front 'HO.%( i
fence around tanks __ 36.96 Gray .
septic
E. S. !
." found of the negro.TALLAHASSEE.W.. -----. Matthews add 207 8-10 t :
4 Bank of Starke roll labor_ 12.00 --West half lots --- ftlt'lttt 3 lJJ n..r ,
pay Bradford C and 8 blk ttEOO'n
BEACH.-This will have
; PALM city Mrs. 0. W. Alvarez, of Jacksonville, County Bank 19 orig. Starke ____
Bank of _
Starke roll labor 25.00 ---
;t 1' a new hotel of the most modern construction J. Singletarywho pay has sent her mother, Mrs. Lalla Chace, Bradford West 30% feet lots 2 and 105 $2.00344 er ftlfront $ '10.6

;i: t which' will cost approximately lives in Grand, Ridge, is one of Bradford Co. Telegraph pub notice a picture of the museum of a horn col County Bank I West 4 blk 19 orig. Starke ____ 105 @$2,00344 ,!

:. i $400,000, according to the plans the really big farmers of the South. bond sale ____-_______ 7.50 lector in San Antonio Texas. The; J. W. Alvarez blk 16 56%orig.ft Iota 6 _and 8 fer |t/roat: $:i0.36

f' ; now in the hands of G. L. Pheifer, of He has under intensive cultivation one Bradford Co. Abstract Co. look picture shows hundreds of horns of r Methodist ---LoU 2 and 4 Starke blk 16 _orig.___ ics @$2.00344 er 11 front $H0.38kr

J. i Lemon City, who is the architect in thousand acres. Upon each of the five ing up titles Walnut street_ 3.00 all American animals wearing these Mrs. .. H.Chureh Jones .--LoU Starke --------______. 105 $2.00344 J

;J I charge of the work. sections, devoted to under-fence pas. Bradford Co. Abstract Co. look appendages-Texas "long-horns," elks, A. V. Long -. --. Starke 4 6 and 8.blk 7 orig ftlfront 210.37 I

\t ture, is a barn equipped for feedingand ing up titles Call st ________ 3.00A. moose, deer, antelope, buffaloes, big -----Lot 2 blk--7--orig--- -Starke-------._.157 62% 312.00344* er ft f fl't'nt $;15.54 i

L: LIVE OAK.-Lawrence Ingersoll, fattening stock. Each of these F. Harley extended services 485.00 horns, Rockv Mountain goats, sheep, Lota two three, four and % & 2.00344 >er f front $105.18

1 If Jr., has the distinction of shooting the barns will accommodate upward of one goats, etc. There are probably horned plat five of block the 4 original as shown by .t

) i largest horned owl that has been seen hundred cattle. At this time Mr. Sin. Total _____uuu____ 572.46 toads and horn-snakes. One pair of of the town of Starke.survey j,
in this community for some time. The gletary is putting the flesh and fat horns on top of the cash register S being in the NE'i of it
I Collections for February were reported valued at $5,000, but one who tries: SWof see. :8,
: bird is a monster as far as this species upon eighty-one head of graded Here- any S R 22 tp 6, I'
fords. In the he thor. as follows: to "horn in" and take them will prob east and recorded
;31 1 It measured four feet from pastures keeps in deed book : "
tip to goes.tip and Lawrence is very proud oughbred Hereford bulls', and is In'ad.ing Sewer laterals ______________ 47.04 ably come out of the "small end of the HL Gray .-- of the public N records page 759 of f-

hi I of the fact that his markmanship won the stock up through these_blooded Fines _-________-___________ 18.50 horn." ---Lot said county -------..___ 105 @2.00344 .fl f t front

I the trophy. sires. Buyers from all sections visit Licenses --_____--__--_______ 26.00 C the one in block four of r :* $210.3 '
1 original
il'' the farms of Mr. Singletary. Recently I JOURNEYS. 4 SUrke and a town of !
portion
. I I the selling has been to St. Louis Total _____________________ 91.54 r SEW of NWK of Sec. 28 of J. .1
; MARIANNA. 600 will be I I tp 6 S. ;
acres and New Orleans packers. The products Treasurer's report was filed as follows running R. 22 East and 4 J
{; in the Malone east
i and
in
planted peanuts section west .
of the farms find a good market Mrs. 210 I
I I By H. G. Denison Kate feet and
:
f' : alone this year. peanut oil mill Brown __ running t -
in-the commissaries at the various -.'-. north and south 105 feet.. :
': will be erected at that wide-awake turpentine stills in which Mr. Single General Fund I Tho visit's taken 'LoU numbered nine ten 105 @$2.0034'irr ft:!front U10II
4, town, ready to handle this season'scrop. is interested. Feb. 1, to amt on hand ____u 15.27 I I i many a eleven twelve thirteen, i li
tary 1
the
for
And satchels trip
packed i !
'f At first it was intended to place Feb. 28, reed for license ______ 26.00 .teen fourteen fifteen and six-
block r
a ten-ton plant, but now the promoters, With things galoreA down on the four. as laid tI 1 I I.

\,. Messrs. Marbury & Beall, have been QUINCY.-For the first time in the Total _____________________ 59.77 treasured store, of Dose005 of the maps of continuation the town I I..: ,
: compelled to double their order for :. history of this town, and so far as is For earthly fellowship; Church ot Starke.Baptist of Starke -------________ 209 $2.0034" .41Boarcj
Road and Bridge Fund @ Itr flj front
F'Ia. 418.71
- I I machinery to profitably work the crop known the first time in he history of -- .. ,
there. any American city, the big tank on Feb. 1, to amt on hand ______ 328.41 Commencing land at SW cor of :,

:: grown the municipal water wagon was filled Feb. 28, by amt paid out ______ 222.10 Tho earthly goods are plenty, and running owned by east J.two E. bun Ella U I :I

with whiskey of all sorts and conditions And pleasant friends admire, dred and ten feet to fif. .' j: \' '

. |I BRADENTOWN. Robinson a Monday morning and used as a Feb. 28, to amt on hand __u 106.31 The higher arts along teen ft said alley. thence south ; 'i. !".' '

, negro charged with stealing! clothes means of settling the dust on the un- Interest Fund For souls and hearts dred and five alley one hun- 1: ii, .

: I c I at Bradentown risked his life by paved streets of Quincy. The 250 gallons Feb. 1, to amt on hand ______2986.06 We dare not fail acquire.For feel two hund.red 11.1.,and thence ten t'I\
jumping from the steamer Manatee of booze that had been collected to east side of Wal I J
Feb. amt out __ __2133.00 If
28-by paid nut
.
while three miles out in the bay, rather in the office of ,Sheriff Gregory was street. t

i than face trial. He was attempting ordered destroyed publicly by Judge : comes a certain futureTo -rfiwS ".
f to swim to shore when a boat was low- Bal ______-_______________ 853.06 I bold !1.
; Love. Accordingly early in the morning make a journey B. > of I!, ,
!
: ered and boat officers him in custody Sinking Fund Hun ginning !ieBeginning _
-
kept a force of negroes, under the supervision When we will need ------- ---- 105 g$2.0034 C 'r A front
| until he was turned over to local of the sheriff and deputies, Feb. 1 to amt on hand ______1807.29 This finer meed corner at the southeast I I' $210.36N.

f. authorities. were set to work opening the jugs and Feb. 28. by amt paid out --____2000.00 To walk those streets of gold. owned of by land Constantine formerly I.

I bottles that contained more than two thence westerly along ii .
said
; 1 CALLAHAN.-Messrs. J. R. Bur barrels of the red liquor ranging in Feb. 28, overdraft _______-__ 192.71 Feb. '28, reed sewer laterals 47.04 hundred Comtantine'l ._ .

gess and J. Q. Whittemore have form quality all the way from Four Rosesto Waterworks Fund Walnut and iti2 ." .1

: 1 ed a partnership in the auto livery sub- the worst snake poison. Aside from Feb. 1, to amt on hand ___-u 880.00 Total ___-________________18382.68 dred and street forty feet, thence I

,: iness and will operate a line for both the bottled goods there were four full Bond Fund Feb. 28, by amt paid out 8521.09 easterly at right angles ,

. .: passenger and freight between Calla-: barrels. Surrounded by a crowd of Feb. 1, to amt on hand ____18335.64 Feb. 28, to amt on hand __u 9,861.59 ._ to dred Walnut and ten street feet two hun- :;' I'; ,
,
' han and Jacksonville. They will use several. hundred sad-faced spectators,:I .-,. northerly to place thence j' 1 I
I 11 two cars and a trailer and will have the solemn ceremonies were conducted.I -- --_ M,. N..L.-- ginning ___ of be- }
:: a regular schedule in effect daily except Tubful after tubful of the subject matter I RESOLD HON. J -- Commencing northwest------ 1(0@$2 0034.1 vi jtt front $280.49

t Sunday, and on Sunday by apointrnent. of one of Jack London's most famous WHEREAS. A. F. Barter Town Engineer, charitable to each lot or parcel of land de- upon corner which of the is lot located ot land t 4

stories was carried from tne has definitely advised this Council that the f M:T\t 4 fa wd %u ument rot( the definite I pastorium of the M\u\t\the_ 4 ; -
court house and emptied into the water construction work provided for in Section 1 amount per foot front as contained in saM cry Baptist church in the )
wagon that was backed up to the (Al I of Ordinance No. 90 has been completed assessment roll hereinabove referred to and Town of Starke Florida. I i
i APALACHICOLA.-Three prominent -that he has ascertained the actual cost charj- I made a part of this rebolution. ,
receive it but after
building to even RESOLVED, that in thence
BE IT FURTHER order "n easterly -
able foot front to the abutting propertyand and
r I; citizens of this city have been imbibing the 250 gallons the wagon that per be has carefully and equitably apportioned -I to afford the property owners whose property along the northern boundary -
arrested for hunting on St. Vincent's didn't seem to be full. When finallythe that part of the entire cost to be specially ,I is proposed to be assessed notice of the of the said Jot UPOn '. \ .
; ; Island the private estate and game went "all in" the funeral assessed to the different pieces of property opportunity to file any protest they or any of Ia which the said Btorium {'
cry up of located
the :
desire file against levying -
them to two
:: preserve of Dr. V. Mott Pierce, he of procession of old John Barleycorn was prepared benefitted an assessment by laid improvement roll. indicating and therein has- I the assessment may and against the apportionmentof Un feet, thence hundred northerly and II

patent medicine fame of Buffalo, N. off. The mules marched majesticallyto i the names of the owners. if known the description same amount to different pieces of property and parallel with Walnut .
'1. The Apalachicolans were willing abutting and fronting said streets ordered to: street seventy fett- thence
the southwest corner of the square of the property abutting the laid improvements -
to fine provided by law for and to be assessed the number of be improved that a copy of this resolution westerly' and parallel with
pay .
any where the the
sprinkling apparatus was said
each week for
shall be published once two consecutive PWtriu lot
front feet the lot or parcel of land contained. two .
hunting on a preserve where game put into play. It tame around the the amount per front foot charitable thereto weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph hundred *nd ten feet, -

I was so plentiful, but Pierce'rlawyers east side of the square past the Gads- and the total amount to be go specifically assessed ..a newspaper published in the Town of thenre Walnut"therty and along I,
I asked for an injunction restraining the den County Times office (without being and has filed said assessment roll with Starke.Be to street feet ; .l
the Town and, it further resolved that the 17th day of Mrs. Vida V. Point of beginnin/__ '
hunters from trespassing the is Council on Morgan ... 70 @tuus 1o/OJI ..
on .Beginning tJ
held and the flow lasted until -
) at ttEOO'U
up a stake
i the April. 1917. 1:30 p. m.. the town council will at the .
Town
WHEREAS. Council has considered north !
land. ;
; half way around the block. Judgingby meet to consider any and all objections that west corner of lands .
said roll
assessment as above described and now '.
the fumes that rose from the fluidno as prepared by said A. F. Harley. Town Engineer may be filed on or before that date by any person on the owned east by side N. B. Hull .' "J 1'f

: PABLO BEACH.-One of the most germs with which it came in 'contact and examined'the same and found the ment or or persons assessments interested proposed against to any be asseaI.. nut street run of t
Wal'I
wonderful fish that has ever been could possibly survive. As a disinfectant same to be correct. I PROVIDED. said person or persons interested East two hundred and 'I
1-2 i it is doubtful whether it has NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY' who shall be dissatisfied shall file with the feet. thence north one hunt t
about J
found 1
seen at Pablo was THE TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of dred five feet. p
Starke.
Town Clerk before the 17th day of April. 1917.in thence west .
miles beyond South Pablo on Monday an equal. And the city dads may adopt that said assessment roll as prepared by said writing stating specifically and clearly any hundred ten feet \ .,
morning. It is supposed to be a surf.I this means of keeping the town in a \. F. Harley. Town Engineer be and the same objection that he may desire to urge against fivenlfTlh one hundred {

fish; is about nine feet long and esti- l healthy, sanitary candition during the Town la hereby of Starke adopted: as the of assessment said assessment roll of roll the any such apportionment or assessment place of begin- ;
copy fling
Adopted in regular session of the Town Mrs. Eva KillUn .__ ----- __
The ----- ;
mated to weigh about 900 pounds. summer. being hereto attached and by express reference Bounded on the --- 105 $
.
Council this 6th of 1917.E. 00:44per
day March.
fish is almost as wide as it is long. It made a part of this resolution the same as iflsaid S. MATTHEWS. -- ---J ..2!: aI..a Davis and Tn.b '.D.d4 I front 111.3.

: is about the color of a whale and has BE roll IT were FURTHER set out in RESOLVED full therein., that this Attest: Chairman. dred running east three --
two fins. No to know WHILE WILSON HOLDS THE Town C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. and fifty-two fee"fa
one seems
very Council does hereby fix u the amount the ?
,. transit __
railroad__. .1. ..: :
much about the habits of this fish, nor -- .n "" ;" .
,
I REINS. ASSESSMENT ROLL OF WALNUT STREET .' I aouin one hUndred and; : .
if there is any use to be made of it. FROM XOSTH RIDI' OF MADISON 8TEFFTTO THE NORTH SIDE OF NINTH STREET. eightY11x feet along laid
line of road. :
Nam Description Ft Frontage three thence west i t
With wheels and horses wild hundred and '
roaring fifty. J
MIAMI. Soaring' to the tremendous Harry and Jenny Riven .Lota 5 and 7 blk 18 orig. two feet to Walnut : .
great Kaiser William drives, Starke -______________ 105 @$2.00344 per ft front $210.36 along the line ot street"e !"
height of 14,000 feet, two and and Teutons J. D. and P. L. Gasking ..East and Brown
While savage Turks too, 46% ft lots 1 and 3 Constantine
two-thirds miles in the air, Phil Rader, and every Bulgar strives, blk 18. ori* Starke ----___ 105 @$2.00344 per ft front $210.36 north along Walnut thenee -1 f'; 0/
Mrs. B. B. Honson ________East stl't'Pt
air scout of the Curtiss Aviation school 23 ft lots 5 and 7 blk hundred and
and black the sixty-
And France England 17. orig. Starke _____ three feet
105 @ 2.0(31S per ft front 210.36 to place
carrying Bert Tubbs as passenger established way to save their very lives, D'. A. HI Freeman ...._._LoU 1 and 3 blk 17, orig. ginning. save and of be- I

the altitude record for Florida A halt may come and peace draw near Starke ---__________ 105 @$2.00344 per ft front $210.36.ard all that Piece or parcel except of
in a particularly dangerous and r Public Instruction ...LoU 5 and 7 blk 6. orig land described u
daring flight over the Everglades. Phil when Uncle Sam arrives. Starke ________________ 105 @42.00344 per ft front $210.S6 Commencing at the follows south .
Mrs. Maud D. Crews ____...LoU 1 and 3 blk 6 orig west corner of land
Rader is known as one of the most daring That Teuton dream of strength divine SUrke ________________ 105 @$2.00344 per ft front $213.1 by A. Z. Adkina owned -
air men of the United States, have that flows through William's Mrs. BoniU E. Jones _--___LoU 7 an*9 blk "D" Jones Walnut street In the on
ing distinguished himself on numerous add -.-_________________ 108 @$2.00344 per ft front $216.37 of Starke. run south eighty4wo town_
veins J. M. Alvarei ___.__LoU "
and 1. 3 and 5 blk 1> feet along
occasions both in this country Will pass away to be no more, like Jones add _____________- 150 @$ .00344 per ft front $300.52 Walnut sti-ret thene said
on the firing line in France as scout Philip's dream and Spain's, E. S. Matthews _____....__Commencing at the N. E. three hundred and fifty east
for the French armies. His spectacular cor blk "D" Jones add feet to Railroad
For Uncle Sam will not stand by and avenue
feats in the air since he has beenin run north along Walnut nlnety.two and one halt ,
see the commerce lanes street fifty ft, thence west feet to the south .
Miami connected with the Curtiss Of this old globe closed up to him to Clark street two bun- of land ot James T.east eor
Wits
school here, have thrilled. the local populace while Wilson holds the reins. south along the east side and thence-V.west" three hundred .I j
many times. dred and ten feet, thenceof fifty feet to the point
of
said Clark street fifty beginning
Armada to naught O. J. Griffin _.__ Commencing on Walnut st 81 (
The Great came feet thence east two hun at the south $2.00341 Per jt front 't62.%
that plough the Spanish Main dred and ten feet to place west corner of land
OCALA.-There has just been organized of beginning ___ 50 by A. Z. owned
AngloSaxon'stood the test of ------- @$2.00344 per ft front $100.17 Adkins on WalS2t *
: in this city a company to be The L. E. Roberts _-=--_...Lot 9 and south 10 ft lot street run south eilrb--
I known the Marion Products Com. Roman hordes and Danes, 7 blk "A" Jones Add -- 62% @$2.00344 per ft front $125.22
as The same old blood is in us here and Mrs. J. A. Wainright .___South half lot 5 and north ty-two feet along said-
I
pany. At the preliminary organization 424 lot 7 blk "A" in Walnut street thence east
of the company, Mr. J. M. Mef. in momentum gains, Jones add ______ 68% @$2.00344 per ft front three hundred and fifty
fert elected president This company And Uncle Sam will never back while Dr. J. P. Tomlinson ___....Lot 8 and north half of lot 1117..31 feet to railroad avenue.
was Wilson holds the reins. 5 blk "A" Jones add __ 781 @$2.00344 per ft front $157.77 Thence north along said J
will shortly apply to the governor Jay S. Brown _____Lot 1 blk "A" Jones add .. 52% @$2.00344 per ft front $105.1 Railroad avenue ninety- ):
for a charter. The company will F. H. Long ________Lot 11 and south 40 ft lot two and one-half feet to
manufacture peanut butter and other The submarine to us was born-a native 12 blk "C" Jones add .__ 90 @2.00344 per ft front $180.31 the southeast corner of
it is thought: here remains N. T. Riteh. -. ._Lot 13 and north 10 ft lot 12 land of James T. Will,
peanut oil products and Blk "C" Jones add ____ thence west I
No Teuton threat nor phantom ghostof 60 @$2.00344 per ft front $120.21 three hundred
that this concern will develop into one death and martial strains Mrs. Daisy Lee Francis __.Beginning at a post on the and fifty feet to the pointof
of Marion county's most substantial west side of Walnut street beginning on Walnut .
Can back us down to hold the seas for six hundred and eighteen street .. .. _
the -- 82
enterprises. As soon as necessary A. -- 012.00341
Z.
Teuton savage gains, feet south fifteen degrees AdkmaW _LoU 1 and 2 blk A Davis front Mist
stock is subscribed, the charter secure Not life! Great Kaiser Bill! west of where the north i.J."J,1' and Truby' add -__ 100 812.00344 pcrt.t
ed, etc., land will be purchased and the on your holds the reins! line of the SEVi of NWU M. Murdaugh _LoU 1 and 2 blk 2 Davis front $200.JJ
Wilson
into as soon as I wbile of section twenty-eight in and Truby's add 100
factory operation 612.00341
put -
Mn. C. .. pert front $$200.3
possible. D. F. MCDONALD, township six south range 'P. Ray .. _Lots S and 4 blk 2 Davis
twenty.two east crosses 't1ziiaI-' and Truby's add perlt
Lake Butler, Fla. the west side of said street Dr. A. L. Scott ---.Lot 1 blk I Davis and--Tra-- 100 @,2./I0344 front $%00.11

Drive Oat Malaria,BuIlds Up SystemThe thence westerly at right angles cy's add ___ 50 pejt
and welcome --- e$2.M344
GREEN COVE.-Familiar tOC.GROVEs to said street two C. A. Mixon __ _Lot 2 blk 3 DavIs and Trn- front $100.17
music is the whistle of the Dowl- Old SUndard reefs *ititntfhenin hundred and ten feet by's add .5'
-- 60
TASTELESS chill TONIC,drhet out thence southerly and F. W. Badington .Lot 1 blk ) Temple's--- fUZ.0I\3U pett< front $100.17
ing mill whica :. again in operation.ilJliM UjbcsthebIood.andbui1dDthe IYI1 par- add- 3< @n.OOJo: '1 ger tt front $ 72.12

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fc LILLIAN WALKER, NIGHTS AT HOPSON THEATRE 4




I Beginning Thursday March 29th, and each Thursday for 8 weeks. Entire change of program and subject each week, in 5 reels. Special muJG'pj .lo and I-I

.' I, i:;. violin. first show 7:15 P m. Under 12 years 10 cents, others 20. We personally, have been signally favored that we were permitted the joyouS op :

ity of screening these productions. Our word for it that Lillian Walker productions are positively going to make you lean forward in rapt attt nttofi 11-:

ing the arm of your chair asa you witness offerings of striking originality and sensational developments. Lillian Walker will affectionate + whirlwind gripp. I! I

f herself into your heart. You'll feel like camping out in front of the theatre and waiting for her next appearance. .; I ii

: I ; a Hearts and the 99 Pictures from the Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady's novel of the same Dame Kll 1 mast I I.j,I ,

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rF.F. \iBradford County I i:I setta Chesser daughter of Mrs. Futch. SCHOOL TO CONTINUE EIGHT : ." .. --... .
Telegraph KeepingYourselfWell
The
guests, about seventy-five in IO THS. =
number, gathered about seven o'clock -

i; Published Weekly, and entered as see* and late engaged hour, when in various light games refreshmentswere until a HOW YOU GET SICK The county school board and the local I

i oDd class matter at th/po office at served consisting of ice cream Sometimes you overload your trustees have arranged to have the Men -and 1
and cake, after which they departedfor stomach with rich foods Your Bradford County High School continuefor Money Matters
Starke, Flatida. life may be an active one and thus the full eight months.
their homes voting it one of the for all eat. Buta
;you may care ;you
most enjoyable occasions they had attended few days of Inactivity show your The people here appreciate the fact
1' E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Own.r'H. for some time. system does not call for so much. that we now have one of the best high 4 J
You awake In the morning tired. ,.
schools of Starke there
in the history ,
Miss Chesser the of feels know .
E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor was recipient Tour body heavy: you -

> many valuable and useful presents, digestion ohasp not to the cared mark.for Tour the now department being sixty Prof.pupils Dowlinp enrolled: and in this his We have all heard this or that individual '!. ::'I'
which remark
it is useless to say, were very overload. Part of It remains. It -
The trainmen's strike didn't mater highly appreciated. generates gas that Inflames the teachers; are doing most excellent work ; "I don't know where my motley goes. _

ialize. Even if the heads of the rail- Among those present were, Mr. and delicate out the digestive linings. fluids They fail and neglect and Starke has reason to be proud of It just slips through fingers."
ways had not been bulldozed into giving Mrs. Elisha Kite and family, of Lake to absorb the life-giving element her school. my j

I ten hours' pay for eight hours Butler, and Mrs. E. A. Adkins and You know something Is wrong.

.'; work to a set of men already well paid grandsons, Johnnie and Jesse of Vanderbilt opportunity Your body gets offered weak for and some soon severe -, + + + + fffff + fffttf4 ...
and in many instances over-paid the all of whom remained over un- tunes + LEGAL NOTICES There is no reason for such a remark to be" '.

men could not have made a stand til Friday before returning home. Taken in time the Indigestion fffffffffffffffffRESOLUTIOti. voiced by individuals who meet '
obligations
would not become serious. First remove by :
against public opinion. For the peo- A FRIEND. the overload: then soothe the check.
ple have had enough of this agitationand sore membranes: then build up the WHEREAS. A. F. Harley. Town Engineer
would have shown the strikers weakened body. It's simple to say
Council that the
NEW RIVER.Mr. has definitely advised this
but not too easy to do. You need help.A
that trains could be run without them. tonic that will quicken digestion construction work Provided for in Sec. 1 (K &:
.' They need not try that game again. C. Linnon business visi- help remove waste, soothe the F| of Ordinance No. 90 has been eomrvrted: Money in the Bank and the check-book: in
was
a has ascertained the actual cost rhar -
-that he
". soreness and arouse the system
,
As it was they caused a loss of many tor to Lake Butler Monday morning.Mr. that's Just what you need. able per foot front to the abutting propertyand the pocket is the profitable, systematic met od
millions of dollars to the public. Smith Denmark, of Raiford, Peruna has an enviable record in that he has carefully and equitably apportioned
., passed through New River last Thurs- this respect. It hag aided many that part of the entire cost to be spe- of handling business, household or personal; .
thousands In the last century to cially assessed to the different pieces of prop-
EXIT HODGES. dav. overcome L Just.these_ __conditions., .___ _L'-- andluereoy erty benefitted by said improvements and haa funds. |
Mr. Donald Adkins spent last Sunday -I prevent serioua BICRIICBB. prepared assessment rolls, indicating theren -
The tablet form Is convenient
in LaCrosse.Mr. [ for regular administration.Xi the names of the owners if known the description ,

Shell Fish Commissioner Hodges and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe spent 111 9V A.Manilla of and the property to be assessed abutting the the number said improvements of- I

I will have a successor after July 1st, last Saturday in Raiford. I Tablet.the tdeallaxative are front feet the lot or parcel of land ron eined4 .I '...
for J. A. Williams a Gainesville law- We are sorry to report the illnessof and the amount per front foot charitable thereto I
yer, who was Governor Catts counsel. Mr. Jesse Thomas. We hope for 1 liver tonic and the total amount to be so specifically assessed Bank of Starke
I They have and has filed said assessment rolls with
his It
during post-primary fights will be him a speedy recovery.Mr. .
n o unpleasant the Town Council and,
rewarded with an appointment for and Mrs. W. M. Parker attendedthe effects WHEREAS. the Town Council has considered t '
.. that position for his services. show at Lake Butler last Satur- and formn said assessment rolls as shave described and STARKE :, :
There is no fault to be found with day night. lOc o and habits. as prepared by said A. F. Harley. Town Enirineer. FLORIDA
25c.th.
"" Mr. Hodges; he has discharged his often Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Loadholtz and .Paean Co same to. and be correct examined the same and found the 'L :

disagreeable duties conscientious children of Lake Butler attended Col...... 0. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY i J
]y. He has stimulated cultivation and church at the New River Baptist THE TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Starke.
} preservation of shell fish and he has church last Sunday morning. that said assessment rolls as prepared by mid I .
"
' \. F. Harley Town Engineer, be and the same -
broken in the rough elements among Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns spent last are hereby adopted as. the assessment ro'ls .of .
t the fishermen and they have learnedto Saturday in Starke. Town of Starke; copy or said assessment roiis --- 1
obey the law, so that it will be easy Quite a.number enjoyed a nice fish being hereto attached and by express reference
sailing for his successor. The princely fry down at the river Saturday morn- made a part of this resolution the same as if
-
said rolls were set out in full therein.BE
salary paid the commissioner ing. Plenty of fish were caught and
IT FURTHER RESOLVED. that this
$166.66 per month and traveling ex- oh, what a good time eating. "Cured"Mn.JayMcGeeof Town Council does hereby fix as the amount
penses not to exceed $800 per year, Mr. Jesse Cason of Lake Butler cjiawable to each lot or parcel of land described A D AadrewsMercdafi Gornijny
should hardly be enough to tempt a was a business visitor to New River in said assessment rolls the definite ,
amount foot front contained in said
per as
lawyer with practice to
any exchangehis Monday morning. assessment rolls hereinabo referred to and
business for a job on the Roamer, Remember the debating society at Stepb- made a Dart of this resolution.BE .
but this is neither here, nor there. Long Bridge every Saturday night be- envflle,Texas, writes "For IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in order Raiford Florida.

What concerns Floridians is the ginning at 7:30. aIDe ((9) years, suffered with to is afford proposed the to property be assessed owners notice whose of property the- ,

power of the governor of this state to, opportunity to file any protest they or of
womanly trouble. I had terrible any '
for the sake of rewarding his friends For Your Child's Cough. them may desire to file against the levying of Will Not Dissolve Partners '
: or punishing his adversaries, make appointments headaches, and pales in the assessment and against the apportionmentof p. ;
to please himself, withoutin Here's a pleasant cough syrup that my back, etc It seemed alf same amount to different pieces of property r ,
the least consulting the people in every child likes to take, Dr. Bell's I would die suffered At abutting and fronting said streets ordered to
.. so.' be improved.. that a-copy of this resolution The stockholders of the A. D. Andrews Mercantile
t the matter. The power of appointmentwas Pine Tar Honey. If your child has a last, 1 decided to try Card hull be published once each week for two confeeuthe ...j,
not given him as a plaything but deep hacking cough that worries you weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Company Raiford
Fla.
as a sacred trust. Former governors give him Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey the woman's tonic, and'tthelped Starke.Be ,.a newspaper published in the Town of have decided r|>t to '-4,

live seldom abused this power, and the soothing pine balsams relieve the me right away. The it further resolved that on the :24th! day of desolve partnership as was announced a :hort
therefore its dangerous possibilities cough loosens the phlegm and heals full treatment not only helped April 1917, 70: p. m., the town council will
has not been remarked but the high- the irritated tissues. Get a bottle to- me, but it cured me." meet to consider any and all objeet'ons that time ago, and they want to say to all Their '!,uat-
handed acts of the day at your druggist and start treatment may be filed on or before that date by any per ;
present head of affairs -
and friends r
son or interested omers that
persons against
any assessment be
they hope to letter
has brought it in the lime light at once, 25c. (3) TAKECardui or assessments proposed to be levied. I

The people of Florida want their officers PROVIDED. said person or persons interested ;I i able than ever to supply them with Merchandise
to be efficient act who shall be dissatisfied shall file with the I
men
to according
; Town Clerk before the 2tth day of Apnl. 1917 | of kind.
to their best judgment; they f LASSIFIEnV in writing stating specifically and clearly any every !.
do not want cringing serfs, who dare objection that be may desire to urge againstany $

r not own their own souls for fear that ADVERTISING such apportionment or assessment. j We have just received the f
Adopted in following goods
the autocratic boss find adjourned session of the Town : Jhich
may a cause
Council this 20th day of March. 1917.
r for firing them. The next legislaturewill E. S. MATTHEWS, $1,000 worth of Carroll & Adams Shoes, .
probably trim the claws of czar- FOR SALE-Two Attest: Chairman. wear well and last well.
horses.
good Sam The Woman's Tonic C. A. f
FUTCH.
I like governors for the future good of CUrlc. J
t the state. Rosenberg, Starke. 2-9-tf. ? CALL STREET The largest line of Dry Goods and Dress Q1 bods .J
From EM Cob Line of Cherrr Street to West that have
FOR SALE-A large farm mule. Will Cardui helps women in time Side of Water Street we had in many years. ., T

WAR AND BUSINESS. work any place, single or double. of greatest need because It Mrs.12.Clara 210 ft B.frontage Sistrunk-Lots g 12.06345 567 per and ft front.8 bIle A carload of Flour from the mills, which ;wf are :

Wm. Whistler, Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf contains ingredients which act .$433.32.Mrs. : selling at the lowest possible costA i, t'
Mary Weeks-Lots 5 6 7 8 blk 13, :210 ft
There is much speculation as to the specifically yet gently, on the frontage H 2.06345 per ft front. $4*..; 32 carload of Salt ;
probable effect on business conditionsin FOR SALE-I will sell all or any part weakened womanly organs. C. R. Jones-LoU 2 4 6 and 8 blk 22. 105 ft A carload I y .
the United of my 800 acres of land near Starke frontage fr 2.06345 per ft front $216.67 of Furniture. ||
States should
case be So if feel
you discouraged, T. N. Limbaugh-Lots 1 and 3 blk 22. 105
come involved in the European war. Fla., on liberal terms. Andrew Miller blue, out-of-sorts unable to ft frontage ( $2.06345 per ft front. $216.Town .- A big line of Saddles, Bridles, Collars and Harass. :

The National City Bank, of New York Frankfort, Indiana. 3-2-4t do household work 67. We carry very nearly all other kinds .
your on of Starke-All blk 23. 210 ft frontage -and grade" of '
one of the greatest financial institu fi 2.06345 per ft front, 43332. merchandise. Furniture
account of
WANTED-To your condition stop Clothing Hardware Chairs
buy soon ,
tions in the world gives the good cheap
following
opinion on the subject farm horse wagon harness cow, a worrying and give Cardui a CALL STREET Bedsteads, N. C. Peanut Seed, the early and laf Varieties -
: .few hogs and chickens. | trial It From the West Side of Bs.. Street to the West
some E. E. has helped thousands of.Velvet Bean Seed
"There is best kind ot &
no reason to anticipatethat Stacy, Starke Fla. Curb Line of Sanderson Lane. Cotton ed.
a declaration of war by this country it. of women,-why cot you? Stephen M. Wills- I

would have any immediate effect FOR SALE-First house north of de iTiyCarduL &71 Commence street and at,the Bay northwest and Sanderson corner streets of Call in We Buy for Cash and Sell for CasSi and j

upon the business situation other than pot, on Tenth street, with 4 lots will the Town of Starke and run thence northerly v-pt
that be along the westerly boundary line of some of Everybody's Trade. Come GiW
resultint from additional stimu sold cheap if sold soon. A. B. Bay or Sanderson street to the lands of the and uses

lus. The government has already en Radney. 3-23-4L Hoyt estate (about 175 feet) thence w a Trial. i'
r tered the market for equipment and terly parallel with Call street fifty two
supplies and is committed to WANTED-Everyone ,to know that VALUABLE PROPERTY SOLD. and one-half feet, thence southerly parallel L
great expenditures with Bay or Sanders
street to said Call
upon the army and navy Young Trading Company is selling I street, thence easterly along Call street to

.' but doubtless its orders would be increased our bushel home grown rice seed at $2 per Mr. L. C. Powell, the well known to H the 12.198tt pont per of ft beginning.front. 198.93 45 ft frontage A, D. Andrews Mercantile Col py .

. and expedited. The experience or 50 cents per peck. E. L. naval stores operator has bought of Bryant W. Hodges-Commencing at the NE

of other countries, and our own as Ware. 316tf. Mrs Fannie L. Hopson and Mrs. Jennie corner of Call and Bay streets. running .
well shows that makes Maud Hoffman the store building thence in a NE direction along Bay street Raiford
war enormous 110 ft to Hogan's Alley thence in SE Florida. :
a
,
at the
f corner of Call
demands industries hence there and Walnut direction along Hogan's ,
upon W"TED-Ian and wife Alley 52ij f t.
or any par- streets better known thence in SW
would be as the River's a direction and parallel to
no reason to apprehend a ty who invest Bay street 210 P
can $2,000 (two thou- building. ft to Call street thence
sudJen reaction from the present ac sand dollars) cash and take personal A little later Mr. Powell'will remodel along Call street 524 feet to place of be
ginning. 52 U ft
tivity. The danger would bf from the charge of a new up-t>date mercan- the building, putting in a new front ft front $115.41.frontage @ 12.19831'per

other side, i. e., from an overstimulus tile business as partner with half and otherwise adding to the appearance William F. Edwards Jr.-Lot number one in ,
i ncertain directions at the expense of interest in the business. of the property. blk No. one (2) in town of Starke one hundred -
The inventory five feet north and south and CALOMEL MIXED WITH
fifty-two TABLE
normal development. The industries SALT FORMS BICHLORIDE
of the and half
stock one feet
amounts to east and west
$10,000{ near Call OF
of this country are already working today, and we guarantee Ly EVER SALIVATED BY street in the NW 4 of SW>.. Section 2R. MERCURY-DEADLY POISON. SALT IS OXP OF JTHE
to capacity and it is difficult agree- Twp 6. range 5214 ft frontage @ CONSTITUENTS s
to OF 1
see ment $100 profit 12.19P37 THE HUMAN
monthly, subject if CALOMEL? HORRIBLE per ft front $115.41. BODY.
how they could do more. Under such party has some experience in this G. W. McKinney-Block number one loU two Why will mothers give children CALOMEL which alwayslsick-
conditions orders three and four in the NWIJ of the ens, when
government wouH line <
SWli
and has
some cash inoATURFrS Own remedies
capital. Xo lot 12 in section 28. is at hand |
crowd private business to the rear. ethers neej inquire. After a period Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts and bounded on the township south by 6 Call range street 22, curative DR. UVINr.STf.VS ROOT AND HERB TEA-compohed ,of 27
create new demands for labor and materials of six months if not 521i feet and on the west by lane running and ealth.giving roots, herbs and floors does at that
satisfactory, Like between said lot CALOMEL,
and probably raise costs to Dynamite On and Mrs. Jennie Sweat could and more. ITS AFTER
a EFFECTS
party can withdraw. For engen 210 feet the : ARE Pi EAS-
more information on west aide. and ANT AND
higher level. Enlistments would necessarily write to P. 0. Box 324 Your Liver. the north land owned by J. D. Jones line on 1 feverish soil HELPFUL not harmfuL If the little one is f tful

aggravate the scarcity of labor Starke, Fla. 223tf. 105 running feet east and 105 thence feet and running south eel and its color constipated bad-DOX'T, if its sleep is fitful its little tone coat-
and the amount of business insight south again west 5214 feet and GIVE CALOMEL., Lt 31 0' HER
105
feet NATURE
would be likely to stimulate further Calomel loses you a day! You know 12.19837 per ft front $115.41.B24 ft frontage &- welL in the form of ROOT and HERB TE.\ cure and ke it .

I construction work for the enlargement F what calomel is. It's mercury; quick J. W.the Andrews Town Jr.-In lot one block one i in AND HERB MOTHERS TEA, T00 especially When nursing- find the COOT
RUB OUT silver. Calomel is of Starke, commencing at the of wonderful benefit.
of industries. These are the m- PAIN dangerous. It NW comer of Call and Sanderson the system, and It tones and invigorates

evitable economic derangements caused I I with good oil crashes into sour bile like dynamite, and run north along the west side st net IOTHER'S MILK removes, sicken those poisons which carried inrougi metnd
liniment.
Sanderson weaken
: That'sB&e cramping and sickening Calomel street 105 feet thence 52 U feet the child.
by and in you. ) Don'
war
some and
degrees thence gaffer
we south "just draf
surest way to atop them. attacks the bones and should one hundred and five"feet hue through" from day to dai. Von't
have already been experiencing their never be to Call street, thence east Sni feet to the ailing and fretful chIldren
effects. War is not recommended by I best rubbing liniment isMUSTANG put into your system. point of heginning in the NWH of the DR. LlVISGSTOS'S ROOT AND abOut you. Geta 50eptick e of
SW1. HERB
When feel of See. 29. township six south of watch TEA-now. Oe i. and
.,. anyone who understands its economic you bilious, sluggish, constipated range 22 east. 52 ft frontage @ $2.19837 If the glow of health come back to your face and thtl chi ren's.
effects as a means of i and all knocked out and be- per ft front 11541. your druggist cannot supply .
increasing the Kate you, THE LIVINGSTON': EDI-
jjlieve I you need dose of J. Livingston-Lots 11 12 13 and 14 in CINE CO.. 1740 main St. ;
wealth a .
of the but dangerous Jacksonville
country, if Cooksey's Fla
war must addition to the town of Stark package will gladly I mail ou a
come it is certain that the United calomel just remember that your druggist more particularly described as follows \e on receipt of price. i sI
States is ) sells for 50 cents a large bottleof Commencing at a point 102 feet east of will gladly refund your if
more fortunately situated to I where Bay or Young street intersects :: money yOU are not salis Pd. '
withstand it, and has greater resour- Dodson's Liver Tone, which is entirely street thence run south 210 feet to Mad Call'l .. .
ces with which to 'prosecute it thanany LINIMENT vegetable and pleasant to take side son of street thenee west along the north -
.- and is Madison street 126 feet to Bay -- .- ---,
of the countries which have sustained a perfect substitute for calomel Young street thenee north along the or Charles P. Cason-The west halt of the follow
such marvelous exertions for It is guaranteed to start your liver side of Bay or Young street 210 ft to Call east ing described piece of land to-wit, being Franklin C Holliiuswortb-ElSt! ;pall of the

now two and one-half years." Good for the Ailments of without stirring you up inside, and street Call street thence 102 east feet along to place the of south side of a tion fractional 28. township part of.ix.NWW south Of range SWU 22 of see following! a fraetiora described part piece of HWi of bind toWlIobelD& SW!,4

Hones Moles Cattle can not salivate. 102 ft frontage rg l2'19837 beginning in the Town of SUrke. east of section 28. tow nihip sit Oi'h of ranft
IiBIRTHDAY Etc. per ft front, commenting at
Dont take calomel! It $224024.Lala point on the tooth side of Call street a 22 cut in the Town of SUrl*, eommenensr -
PARTY. tooJ makes you Chace Bounded the ninety feet eat from the NE at a point on the smith w de of CaU
on
I D. for 1/OU1 own 4chex.. sick the next day; it loses you a day's street 83 feet east and west north bounded by Call of land formerly owned by G.eorneUU /W. Livt street, ninety: feet eat f tom Ipe NE cor
P..lWt. r -.- ?rams work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens the west by G. W Livingston 105 feet on innton, running thence from laid point Livingetonlsrunnieg! : ,,,from by C.
eut along aaI4
On the 15th inst. there birth C..is north and south, bounded on the laid .treet ntnetj'oath feet, OIeDtt
was a II right south by theme
b'11f1:3irs'. you up and you feel great Alvarez and Sparkman 83 feet at right angles with the point east along said street -wiiaety feet
laid
; day party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 25c.SOc. Give it to the children because it ed on the east by land of F. D. bound 108 feet, thence west parallel with said thenee south at right angles with the said
Hollings.
,. S. B. Futch in West Lawtey, given in I $1. At allalera. it perfectly harmless worth. north and south 105 feet known .treet ainft7 feet, thence 105 feet to street 105 feet, thence we-t ttfallel with
and as of point
: does not a portion of begjnniD& Said said street thence 104 feet to
L honor of the 15th birthday of Miss Ro- j the Cooksey'i addition to the lot hereby eonveyo4 ninety feet.
gripe. (10-4%) Town of Starke S3 ft frontage 12.11831 45 fronting ft n feet OD Call street in Starke, Point of beginn.mr. laid lot'alereby conveyed
per ft front rIeU7. frontage t3 1:.19831 per It fronting 45 fee, on I.
$9L front Stake 45 feet fronwiie Q |*.1 837 per
4-su..lj ft front. $98.JJ. 1


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. 1 1_,

: PAGE FIVE
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Keep your kitchen cool by cooking BERRY BUYERS ARRIVE. BEAUTIFUL ; .
I: with an oil stove. Get our prices.- FAREWELL SERVICE while the people p'athfred-around Dr.

Johns Furniture Co. Denison and \\arnl"y slioo.hands with "
Bits of LocalInformation I Messrs. Will Bulmer and E. M. tho- Last-Sunday evening the Presbyterian horn. : ::

mas, well known berry buyersarrived and Methodist congregations helda ..-
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Curtis returned last week and have been
operating on union service
at the
J } U to their home in Texas Tuesday, after the yard. They have now been joined the occasion being a farewell latter service church in, W. O. W. .MEETING.* tAll
a visit with :Mr. D. T. Clark and by Harry Bulmer and H. L. Montfort, honor of Rev. H. G. Denison, ----:- :

family. Mr. Curtis will probably come lof New York, F. C. Spadara, of Phil- the Presbyterian church, who pastorof after members of All Fwends Camp
H' back here in the fall and become a per- adelphia, and J. M. York, of Boston. many years of faithful work is retir- No. 138, W. O. W.,:are retjiested to be

C..rrthtI,...... WlGaq ... manent citizen. Jacob Lippman and other well known ing from professional life. present at the ncKt regular meeting
.f T arn. buyers are expected to arrive soon, An enjoyable feature to be held tonight (Friday). There is
It- Carload of Hackney Wagons, single I and the bidding for the berries may was a beat .iful duet "Let of the service some very impoitont lusifess to come
and double, just received be to take Your Light before We rend
by J. W. An- expected on more life. I Shine," Mr. us. the voice of all
drews sung by Leo Canova and .
& Son. his mother, Mrs J. F. Canova. the lodge, for we rpi'ct big things in

Old iron for sale at this office. Mr. J. H. Ritch and family, of Rai- INVITATION METHODIST TO HEAR MRS. BARR AT THE T. L. Z. Barr read the scripture Rev.lesson the future.
Mrs. CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY. _
F.
A. Scott
:
ford, were guests this week at the attended the annual and made a few introductory
: A. G. Dyal, of Belmore, was in home. of Mr. N. T. Ritch. convention of the Florida Anti-Tuber- marks. Dr. Denison preached a most re- CARD 01. S.
: culosis Association, held in Jackson- If I knew you and you knew me.
Saturday. excellent
i I Starke ville Friday and How little trouble there would be I sermon to the large and attentive -
'i Miss Grace Waldrup, of Lake But- Saturday. We pass each other on the street. congregation who had gathered To the people of'1fitarket: Please
n I. W. Alvarez, Jr., of Brooker, was ler, spent several days here this week, But just come out and let us meet to listen to his inspired message.At thanks for accept -

f g 1 in town Saturday.S. I attending the domestic science course Get our prices on boxes, refrigerators At church next Sunday. the close of the service the choir great our heartfrt lJ*during our fath-your

at the court house.RUBMYTISMAntiseptic. and water coolers. Johns Fur- Each one intends to do what's fair. led the congregation in singing "God er's ;Iter his death.

S. B. Woodard, of Theressa, was in niture Co. But And he treat may his not neighbor quite understand on the square; Be With You Till We Meet Again," Mrs. S. J. B"11ne4.te ad Children.
'
'I town Saturday. relieves Why don't you take him by the hand .
rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. Mr. F. M. Lee and daughter are At church next Sunday. r. = =. =--l___ -
'1' Louis H. Hill, the Lawtey real es guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fernan- -- .,
This
tate man, was in town Thursday. J. W. Jones has returned to Starke, dez. They had sojourned in South And world we must is sure hustle a busy in the place race I
We Excuses
after spending several months at Florida during the winter and are on For social hours some are not free Make No

'E.. Jay Alderman spent Sunday in Lake Okeechobee Cityt where he was en- their way north. At The church six next days,Sunday.We but all. should be
Butler! with relatives. gaged in the fishing business"

Ice boxes and refrigerators at Johns have an interest in our town,

I A light shower Wednesday night did ,. Chattel mortgage, turpentine lease, Furniture Co.Someone We The want dear to old push place good must things not go along down, ; ,

much good for the vegetation. retain title and promissory note blanks And we can helo- some if we are Btrone.-. We
for At church next Sunday. I aeGo&
sale
at this office. has suggested to Barber I
Garden hose, plain and wir wound. S. L. Alvarez that he start a mail or- Don't knock and kick and slam and slap

Starke Hardware Co. The Telegraph has "dropped into der business-send shaves, hair cuts At everybody on the map, r _
But push and pull and boost and boom,
.. poetry" to some extent in this num- and whisker trim by return mail to And use up all the standing room
Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, had ber, but we will reform hereafter, as out of town customers. Mr. Alvarez, At church next Sunday __ _
business in Starke Tuesday. we believe our readers prefer prose. we understand, is considering the :

proposition. I !
Mrs. C. W. Liddon, of Jacksonville,, The Times-Union has given me thee I I

is visiting Mrs. H. G. Denison, at th privilege of extending the subscription Break your cold or lagrippe with a --ii--r: I .

manse for the daily until April 1st at the old few: doses of 666. M I
rate of $6 per year, but shorter term ?fN ; a t Si

D. J/ Byrd, of'Graham, was in town subscription will cost at the new rate :. We
have
;
Wednesday. of $7.50 per year. See me in time. i Mrs. G. 'W. Markley, of Urbana, L ; ; never to apologizefor I
; Miss Nannie Howell, Starke. til., is in the city visiting her sister, !
J _ Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr., and other rel article
Mrs. Wm. Johnson, of Lake Butler,, .B B MH a poor because jwe
atives. Mrs.
here ,
was a visitor to Starke Tuesday. If'interested in strictly first-class Markley came from
Alachua, where she was the guest of
strawberry plants, best quality, true her sister, Mrs. A. M. Pettit, for several never handle a poor 'arjicle
I Ice water coolers at Johns FurnitureCo. to name, read ad. of the W. F. Allen weeks. # i

Co. 395t. We sell only the BEST I!
-
The
fly and mosquito committee of I
1! A little daughter was recently born I The Demorest Stock Company have the C. U. & P. U., among their recom- : i
'* to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miner. had large audiences, to enjoy their mendations, omitted to mention the .e Every sale we make is with thi guarantee, I

fine productions, in their tent this eave troughs. These often ; I
troughs are andif: not as represented we cheerfialy MAKE; !
J. C. Barry, merchant and postmas week. ; so sagged that rain water standsin

t' J ter of New River, had business in them for weeks at a time, breeding GOOD, without expense or apologfl Thijj policy j I
Starke Wednesday. Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor mosquitoes by the thousands. Have
y alligator pear trees, 3 varieties, the; eave troughs looked after. has been the principal agency jn building I

f Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr.,, adapted to North Florida. Write J. our trade to its splendid proportiors I
!f. ? Mr. Albert Pinholster and party, ofF B. Beach, West Palm Beach, Fla. Remember that the Cosmopolitan is
. Brooker, took in the picture show and 2915t. now $1.50 per year, an actual savingof 0k PROTECTION inkour
Of YOU
..-;- t cooking lecture Tuesday evening. 90 cents compared with the news s course want

ll The latest to acquire Ford cars are, stand prices, which are 20 cents per S purchases. Come to us and YOU WILL GET IT.
1 Ladies, if you anticipate buying an copy. Price will soon advance. Save
> Messrs. J. M. Brownlee, C. L. Peek &
oil stove this season, see us-Starke money by sending subscription at \
your .
; Son, A. H. Freeman ---4--L
( A. E.
coupelet
), 600. -,
!> ., Hardware Co. once to Miss Nannie Howell, Starke. :
Wall of .
." Starke, and J. D. Colson, of .
Brooker.
0. T: Nelson, of Saxton, was in t Mrs. J. N. Langford, of Lake Butter Mitchell's Store
, Starke Tuesday. A and Mrs. J. H. Pugh, of Waycross, Drug
deal
good of .
is
. .,. cabbage being Ga., were visiting their brothers, the
Miss Claudia Ambrose, of Jackson shipped away from Starke. Messrs. N. D. and W. E. Wainwright, ** Starke )Fla. t

ville, spent the week-end with Mrs. J. of Starke, Wednesday. : 'j 1.

M 1 .t ;C. Poppell. Misses Mabel and Eva Weller, who IjeWThousands _
; t have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. November, December, January and -

' Mrs. Kate Floyd spent several days M. Truby. returned last week to their February are planting months. Most --J: _
'-t 1 I last week in Jacksonville visiting home in Emlenton, Pa. The Misses too; late to plant trees and flowers now; J :
.C ,' friends. Weller made many friends here who make your plans for next season. I 4

: See us before you buy-your ice boxor regretted.to see them leave. will advise you and see that you get
1.t refrigerator. Johns Furniture Co. good plants and trees adapted to this of
ta.-- locality. Having studied conditions physicians and millionsof Wotntin
: here for two years, I KNOW. W. M. housewives 'will swear Every
1 I Dr. Freeman has purchased a beauI Turner, Starke, Fla. It.
'
;> I* tiful new car particularly suited to his to that._ .You've. never tasted

;' professional work. SHIPMAN GOES TO FARMING.E. such wholesome, tempting, ;
:. B. appetizing bakings you'venever 1certainly _
has
Shipman bought the Cady'arm
I! I : The sweet potato beds N. B. 'Hull I Vi on the Middleburg road, just east enjoyed such uniformly J
'. planted a short time ago are now cqv- I of James Hornsby's and about two perfect results. Calumet Baking I will wish to see the new creations in, our
; ered with draws and the
young coun miles east of Starke. The tract com- Powder fails-and it
be saved. never beautifull! line of SPRING MILLINERY.And .
/Y1
try yet 1
may
: I prises 40 acres and is good, welldrained costs less to use than other kinds.
f. ; land. Mr. Shipman has already :I
. Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, taken possession, and with his knowl- Received Hicbert Award they are well worth seeing. Etch is
Ana Cwt Sttt Fnf-Stt Slip morel
,>:y Billy, Jacksonville, are spending the edge of farming he will, no doubt, 1.
week with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.J. make a success of his venture. Im fnmi C.*- a gem in its class. v i .
C. Wills. ,


Mr. Willie Hendry, member of the DRESSMAKING
Second Florida Regiment, returned Mrs. T. A. Knight has opened her
i Your Easter Hat Not RJpdy
t home last week from the Mexican bor- dress making establishment at the n
BAM'ciNd ,
: der where he has been on patrol duty. home of her son, Mr. C. A. Knight.She .
I solicits a continuance of the pat-

\ Oil ronage of former customers, and new
; stoves, any size, Puritan and
: J Perfection. Johns Furniture Co. t ones work will satisfactory.find her prices reasonableand RQt MADLY We ask you to come early and nuke you; selection 1

;' whil you have a large number of patterns
,1. ,t Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had as s NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE.In !
',{, their guests last week, Mrs. Emma Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of from which to choose. f'

l Wimberly, of Mobile, Ala., and Mr. Florida.,T.Bradford Weeks County.W. .

.tI and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and little son, vs To further stimulate your desire tye will c.ate i
of Gainesville. Caesar Davis and his wife May Davis. :

B Notice'Il for to Foreclosure Appear.To of Mortgage. that some of the patterns this spring are aiong s

,: Dr.V,G. Turner, of Gainesville, was Caesar Davis and May Davis, his wife, lines before out and will excite I
..! in town Thursday, stopping over .. greeting: ncver put your :.
see relatives while on his to t0e It having been shown by affidavit that the
way defendants. Caesar Davis and May Davis his admiration. 'I i .
tey, where he will open a dental wife are non residents of the State of Flor-
L in the Griffis building. jj&s&n&& s\! ids and that the residence of said defendantsis
at No. 236 S. Darien street of the city of The sooner you come the more EXCLUSIVE
Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania of I
Special price on short cypress lumber or.Talis on the United States of America and that said your selection.Knight's I .
I 2 feet and under, for walks, floors s defendants. are over the age of twentyoneyears. i

l in garages, etc. $9 per thousand while // S It is therefore ordered considered and ad. ::+ :- :..-.,
j it lasts. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. .LDilodnO 1 judged that the said defendants Caesar Davis i
and May Davis, his wife, do appear to the
I \ omclainant's Bill of Complaint herein on or ;
? Mr.:and Mrs. E. E. Stacy have comeback 2 DyiheNeec11eMaietI + before the 7th day of May, A. D. 1917, in default tHr" Millineryi
f to Starke from Whiting, Iowa. 1 whereof a decree pro confesso will be
T entered against the said Caesar Davis and May
theirs
They
contemplate building on
ordering Davie his wifeIt
your
I
farm just south of Starke. Mrs. Stacy JIj WHEN is further ordered that this notice be Cheap and bfgcanBaUngPowdersdonot
select
j is the daughter of Mr. Isaac J. Tucker. Spring S published in the Bradford County Telegraph a save you money._Calnmetdof s-it'sPnre Starke Fla. \ ;
a fabric of character and newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford and fir soda ,
superior to sour milk and
county. Florida, each week for I
once five
consecutive
j\ E. W. Turner, of Macclenny, representing d distinction-have it I weeks. .
Griffing Bros., nurserymen, In witness Whereof I have hereunto set ..
f
| is in Starke visiting relatives and sol R my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit .---- i
"NudleNolded"e Court on this the 19th day of March, A. D.
I j l liciting business. a 1917.
W. T. WEEKS f
K to measure byBTHE .
JOur (Seal) Clerk.
White Mountain Ice Cream freezeat
; ? R. A. '
By WEEKS
Johns Furniture Cu. GLOBE TAILORING CO. (Copy) Deputy Clerk.D. .
K E. KNIGHT Intelligent Feeding Pay
Or CINCINNATI. Complainant's Solicitor. 3-23-St
Messrs. G. W. Hazen, E. M. Hazeni I I
and L. Morgan, of Brooker, were in S The above ia one of the BANK STATEMENT. I
Starke Tuesday. They were accompanied ''I 2 New Models shown Report of the condition of the Bank of I :
; many With in the of living slock
prices airship it is the duty
I| by Mr Lee Dukes, of Jackson- Starke, at Starke in the State of Florida, at every person
in their array of fashions the close of business
g March 5. 1917. '
ville. I' Resources to feed to study to feed FOR RESULTS. I

t I this Spring. Bills receivable ---________________$61,846.70 ;
Mr. A. Z. Adkins and family, were Five hundred beautiful fab- 12 11 State Banking. county house and furniture municipal and bonds fixtures_ 4000.00 8466.37 We make a practical study of RESULTS IN FEEDING and w j can : .

in Gainesville the first of the week, / Palm Beaches 9B Other real estate _________________. 200.00 offer you the most effectively balanced rations i i ?
ricsincluding ,
t' returning to Starke Monday. They Due from incorporated banks ______ ,: 4.82 1 ; y
home Mrs. J. TWills I Linens, Silks, Priestley Mo- & Checks and exchanges for clearing. 1.081.19
were accompanied by
. fen on hand ___________ __ 2,226.75County FOR *,
Sr.There hairs, Kool Krashea andg.. warrants _________.-__-.- 761:67 THE HORSE, THE DOG, THE COW, THE SHEEP,

Tropical Worsteds. Total -_______________$86.807.50 THE HOG, AND THE POULTRY. !
la more Catarrh In this section I I Liabilities
of the country than all other diseases Order To-day-whiIe the Capital stock paid in _____________$15,000.00
put together and for years it was supposed assortment.is complete. Surplus fund -t!:..-w--_-----.-_ 3000.00 I Also the highest quality of flour, meal, bran etc., for the home; You GET
to be Doctors -
I prescribed Undivided profits (less expenses and I I
( local remedies land by constantly taxes paid) _____________ 167.25 RESULTS when you FEED RESULTS. We have the FEEDINGS tllat
.1 I failing to cure with local treatment. I STYLES THAT SPARKLE Individual deposits subject to cheek 40.579.26 ,
pronounced It incurable. Catarrh is a Time certificates of deposit _____ 14060.99 do the GETTING. .
\. local disease greatly Influenced by constitutional WITH YOUTHJ. Notes and bills rediscounted .______ 14.000.00
conditions and therefore requires -
'; constitutional treatment. Hall's W. WHITE II''Total -------_______________$86.807.60
I Catarrh Cure' manufactured by F. 3. I State of Florida. County of Bradford, as: ; ,
I Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio is a constitutional j I, T. H. Halligan cashier of the above-named Young Trading Co
remedy is taken internally & SON bank do solemnly swear that the above state-
1 and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous : ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
Surfaces of the System. One Hundred : I. belief. T. H. HALLIGAN Cashier .
Dollars reward Is offered for any case STARKE, FLA Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22
that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure. day of March 1917. A. S. CREWS. :
;, Send for circulars and testimonials. 12 -/DUITEs = Correct-Attest: Notary Public. Starke Fla.

F. J.XHENET &; CO., Toledo Ohio. _: E S. MATTHEWS ,
Sold by Druggists. 73e. A.- M. DARBY I
Hall's Family Pill for constipation. G. C. LIVINGSTON. Di -tor uuuwuuuuuuwuwwww d



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CATTLE NEED NO HORNS NEW RANCH IN CLAY 2007 VLBSARMOUR
* PRICE OF HOGS SOARS UPWARD. PRODUCE HOME-GROWN PORK r

I I Skidmore Cattle Company Has Capital I LL'
Cutting
'. In view of the rising value of hogs Grow the Necessary Feeds and Make II You Will Save Money by of $1,500,000.

it would seem that the effort of Brad- Two Profits. I Them Off Early. Mr. B. F. Skidmore became interested ,

. ford county farmers to safeguard their Profitable pork production should be in the cattle-raising industry from : ;
-, hogs by vaccination and other measures the aim of every farmer in Florida. To Dairy and cattle no longer need the Florida standpoint, and after making I U I J. .
of sanitation and feeding is about produce pork at profit, the greater the horns that were once their sole several visits to Clay county he I 'tt2; :-
.. the most timelything that could hap- portion of the feeds used must be protection. Horns are now a nuisanceto surrendered to the inevitable and re- I ESPECIAILl '
pen. A report of the Jacksonvillemarket grown on the farm. As a rule, most the animal and its owner. What cently organized the Clay County VINE: AbAP'E
I shows that medium to good feeds can be grown cheaper than they dairyman cannot remember losing Livestock and Farms Company, witha 1
I hogs are selling on the hoof at 12 can be bought, and you will save for some good cow by having her udder capital stock of $1,500,000, and for FOR YOUR STATe1i1Ri
II cents per pound and that hogs that yourself the profit the feed dealer us- torn or gashed by a horn? Dairy cat- his company he last week opened offi :; ;
: have been hardened by a course of ually makes. tle with horns are more nervous and ces in the Carter building just across FERTILIZERS
r I corn feeding are bringing 14 cents per "Those farmers who wish to have cause a spirit of unrest in the herd. the street from the courthouse.The !
pound. hogs ready for the market next fall The contented animal is the best pro- company owns a tract of more
These fancy prices may not hold and winter should be planting the nec- ducer. than 50,000 acres of land, just west of f
good permanently, but it is certain essary crops for fattening them," saysJ. The large feeders of the Middle West Green Cove Springs, most of it as fine ==- :;;;
that for a good many years to come M. Scott, animal industrialist to have found it always pays to dehorn farming and stock land as there is in Thirty years' Experience in all
there will be no low priced hogs. Brad- the University of Florida experiment I, beef cattle when putting them in the the state of Florida, and admirably parts. of Florida and throughout PUR I INSTRUCTIVE
ford county farmers should not neg- station. He suggests this combinationof feed lot. They are less quarrelsome located for the purposes of the com the U. S.; the world's finest CATALOGUED 1
lect this great opportunity for money feeds which should prove economical : and more contented than the animals pany.Discussing. materials brought direct from ',
making. In five years the pork crop in fattening hogs: with horns, which means faster and with Mr. Skidmore a few producing points and rigidly an- WEEKLY
." of the county ought to be worth Shelled corn, 100 pounds; sweet po- more economical gains. The polled an- days ago the aims and purposes of the alyzed; complete equipment developed f. PRICE
around one million dollars and it will tatoes, 100 pounds; and peanut meal, imals have a more uniform and much Clay County Livestock and Farms through building and LIST
be if the farmers take full advantageof Or this might be used: neater on the market than "
50
pounds. one appearance Company he said they were very sim- operating 30 factories-enables .1SEND
the great*opportunity that lies be- 60 pounds of shelled corn, 25 poundsof animals with horns. When without ilar to those of the Southern Cattle us to "build" long-lasting, crop- 1 FOR
fore them. peanuts and 6 pounds of tankage horns, they can be loaded into a car Feeding Company. The prime object making, humus-building quality : f./) TlfEM TODAY
with green pasture such as cowpeas, with less danger of injury in shipment. of the company will be the raising and into Armour Fertilizers.
I
DEATH TO CUTWORMS. beggarweed or Bermuda for the Cattle become nervous in the cars and
grass feeding of cattle and hogs. The en- Fifty-four of standard well- ,
,' summer, and dwarf Essex rape, oatsor after a long trip the stronger animals tire tract will be fenced, stumped and known brands our are offered, with lkiiN SUI)
The ravages of cutworms can be rye for winter. have the weaker ones at their mercy, put into cultivation just as fast as the 3
27o, % or 5% potash, or with-
easily checked by the application of a Another good combination of feeds sometimes severely injuring or killing work can be done, though there will out potash, as desired. Booklet e> JACKSONVILLE FAA
would be 100 pounds of shelled corn, them.
simple, home-made remedy to the gar- be no attempt made to plant any crops free
den, says W. L. Floyd, of the Univer- 25 pounds of velvet bean seed, 6 Calves may be dehorned Quickly by this season, owing to the fact that all showing complete line of SPRING l'ERM
aitf of Florida college of agriculture. pounds of tankage, and the green pas- the use of caustic potash. This may of the land is now wild land, but this REUEWCOGJE
This formula for making cutworm poi- ture feeds. If you wish to include cassava be applied to the horn button beforeit will be cleared, or a large body of it, Citrus Fertilizers April Z June 1
!in the ration, the following com- becomes attached to the skull. Rub 1917 _
son is the best in use, he says. I at least, and next year a heavy acreage Field Crop Fertilizers
Ten pounds of bran, middlings or bination will prove satisfactory: 100 the button with the damp stick of will be planted to such field crops as write for catalogue and fail
corn meal, one-half pound of paris pounds shelled corn, 100 pounds cassava caustic until the part becomes tender are most suitable for cattle and hog Vegetable Fertilizers iaforsatioB.
green, juice and grated rind of one and 50 pounds peanut meal with and shows that the outer skin has feed. Fertilizer Materials JOHN B, SIETSOMlYEBinDELAND -
lemon, and one pint of syrup. Mix the green pasture crops. If chufasare been eaten off. A scab forms and falls Some small tracts of several hun- _
thoroughly, adding enough water to grown they may be substituted for I off in a few days. Keep watch to see dred acres will be put into shape and Blood & Bone Tankage FLORIDA '

make the mass stick together without the cassava.It that the button does not start grow- sold, but the main object of the com- Spraying Materials 4
will be found that the ing again, it will if the -- :
being sloppy. green pas- as work is not pany will be hog and cattle raising.- -
Apply a small quantity of this mash ture supplied will go a long way to- thorough. The button may be pickedout Green Cove Times.COFFINS Stock & Poultry Feeds MAI1KETINc HOGS.
near the base of each plant in the evening ward reducing the cost of pork pro- or peeled off with a sharp knife if Beats .! Steve Boom;

(for cutworms feed at night) or duction. this method is preferred.In Armour Fertilizers Mt. Pleasant, Iowa,wfites( "Conmeae;
Bbitad it broadcast through the dehorning older animals it is
garden ed feeding m> herd about -
of
Enrich the Soil; -Increase the Yield 100 qa-
or truck patch. STOCK RAISING SAVED THEM.In necessary to peel the skin around_ the :r.
horn well back and cut the horn close un CASKETSAnd dasten Mi'juity-Inprove tie Quality B. A. Thomas'' Hog powder over ta
to the head. If this is months ago. Fifty 'are sick and' f-
LEON FARMERS GETTING RICH carefully donea
J talking with a traveling man a neat poll will result. The horn a full line of MANUFACTURED BY feed. Nearbjy! herds few days ago a representative of the be sawed with an ordinary butcher'sor may Undertakers' Supplies did not lose:"one: -they; are well tsd
I Supplying Large Quantities of Dairy Telegraph mentioned the fact that bone mmm fast. .
saw. There are several patent WORKS growing Sold by D. C. Jam;
Products For Entire State. Bradford county is steadily developing shear dehorners now the Always on hand. The best ser- .
on market Starke, Fla. Mar.2.l6233O.M!
into a stock raising section with the that do the vice at the lowest
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prospect that stock will in a few years work rapidly but not as prices. Special JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
Leon county is now supplying all of be the county's largest money crop. cattlemen neatly as who the have saw and knife. Most attention to telegraph orders. TIlt Quinine TPit? Dew Not AITKt Tta h* I
the dairy products used by this count The drummer told of the great success cattle large numbers of Because of Us t-me aM motive tied UTiTIVE .
is much butter to the prefer to use the dehorners on Registered Embalmer BROMO C-CIN1JIE it fceUvthuonttairj
ty, shipping as South Alabama farmers had made of account of time saved. Make your letterheads advertise Quinine an<* ices not.ctni Benoanc Mlncriog
towns between here and Pensacola as hog raising after the boll weevil had individuality in h ad' Remember the fun untBrf
business. Give them
During the
it has for the past ten years and is put them out of the cotton business. should fly season special care DeWITT C. JONES your look tot thek.ruture, of W. GtOVB. *1 tRead
supplying nearly fifty per cent of the Business conditions were very much be taken to cover the wound make them distinctive, noticeablenot
milk used by the city of Jacksonville, depressed for a time, but the people with with a heavy .tar to prevent infection Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston &; Co. commonplace. Use good stock tie ,Bradford County Tel.-'.

and canned in condensed form by the began to raise hogs and grow velvet maggots.TO Starke Fla. I and have them printed by the Tele- graph.Northern ,
Purity Ice Cream Company of the hens t for feed and for market and now
Florida Leon is of the ENLARGE PACKING -- - u_ ---- - -
metropolis. one the section is enjoying greater pros- PLANTArmour
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few counties of the state that even atr perity than ever before. Don't Let Your Cough Hang On. ..:- -:.. .:- ..:.. .:. t -

tempts any dairying. Now that the Bradford county farmers should not 'Co.,Jacksonville-U A cough that racks and weaken h i i I ,
r refrigerated cars are operated daily neglect the money making opportunity I GrownStrawberry II I ,
dangerous it undermines
,
to Jacksonville by the Seaboard Air offered in swine raising. Good corn ble Present Capacity. your health .
: Line and thrives on neglect. Relieve it at Iii 1 f }
.; railway, a market is provided and fed hogs are selling in Jacksonville as i '
with
all of the dairymen of this county are high as 14 cents per pound gross. Corn once Dr. King's New Discovery. Plants
;1: increasing their herds instead of sell- fed hogs does not mean corn raised It is understood that Armour This soothing balsam remedy heals i
the
& Co. : throat, loosens the
its
ing them off as in the past. hogs. Good authorities on the subjectsay is planning to phlegm, anti -
: Leslie R. Brown in of the practically double the :?!-eptk: properties kill the germ and I : :
charge that corn is not a good feed to size of the :,
should
packing plant recently con- be; cold is quickly broken Children For best results, Florida growers Ijiy Northern grown
milk here up. -
industry reported to the raise
hogs on. All that is structed ,
corn good in
Jacksonville. The in March and to their '
company and alike find Dr. strawberry plants February, April propagate :
Tallahassee Boosters' Club last meet- for is to harden the flesh after has grown-ups
the been
: ing, that the volume of business secur- has been raised on pasturage. hog business favorably impressed with the King's New Discovery pleasant to plants for fall setting. 1,000 plants will usualtf produce enough to- :;
: ed to local producers during February done here and plans for the take; as well as effective. Have a bottle set two acres. The first cost of the ,plants is small, andit pays to -f:

by new Jacksonville markets amountedto SHADOW proposed to be under enlargement are understood handy in your medicine chest for buy the best. Allen's plants are guaranteed tme-to-nanje, healthy,
IN THE
more than seven hundred dollars, THE STRIKE. ent time at the consideration home at the pres- grippe, cough and all bronchial affec well rooted, and packed to reach you in as gOt>,1 conditio. as if you
.. i and that February's' aggregate busi- packing company in office of the big tions. At druggists, 50c. ((3)) I had dug them from your own field. The best plants art tfc cheapest..
: ness would pass the twelve hundred Until last Friday the strawberries Chicago. MISSIONARY
V. H. Munnecke, one of the officials Our Price to all Florida growers for best quality
dollar mark. brought to Starke sold well, but on from the home office, visited Jackson- WONDERFUL STUFF! plants is $2.75 per 1,000 delivered; all charges PREPAID Klondyke:
.The outlook is most and that day to the
encouraging owing shadow
t of the
) ville recently and made Lady Cornelia Lea and Aroma at price,wanted. We
a thorough inspection Gandy sane
the market is -
as big strike of
a the
permanent railway trainmen
,
one it went LIFT
OUT YOUR I
of
the CORNS
: only thing that stands between the down to $4 or $5 a bushel, one to two derstood plant here. It is un- employ no agents; and pay no commissions, oerjbody pay the same.
f people here and rich returns from this dollars less than the day before. Be- that the proposed plans for You get full value of your money, in plants ths.l are,wort. the price.

I industry is lack of effort to develop sides number of crates shipped by enlarging his here.the plant are the result -of Apply a Few Drops Then lift If you have not used our plants, ask anyone wr:ci& has t1S d'them what
trip
The
"i the dairy herds and facilities and take express, W. Bulmer, of Gamble & Co., understood enlargement, it i is they think of them. You cannot afford to Ufe a chancy with poor .
IJ full advantage of the opportunity of- New York commission merchants, slaughter house, will include another large Corns or Calluses Off With plants. You need the best. So, send direct to uAll ord-rs shipped

!' fered. It is believed that the ship- shipped a refrigerator car loaded with ling of hogs and, providing cattle at for the the kit Fingers-No Pain. promptly, with full count of good plants. The and that! ,,makes you
ments from Tallahassee alone' (milk 145 bushels of berries. same
time want them again next
a larger cooling; plant, visitors' year. | t
c/ cans are now picked up at several Saturday the a : ,
express company would gallery .,.... : -
i a new office +
{ l points east of here) should reach five accept packages only at shippers' risk, improvements. building and other No humbug Any corn, whether

hundred time. Tallahassee cans daily in a very short and the railway companies would It is also said that a large building hard, soft or between the toes, will The W. F. A11eki do.
: Record. transmit goods
as "subject to delay" will soon be constructed at the stock loosen! right up and lift out, without a

!f OLD ENOUGH TO VOTE. only.berries On fell this to $2.50 account to $3 the price bushel of yards for the accommodation of the particle of pain or soreness. ,1 L L1
f crate. The number of bushels per Honda Live Stock Exchange. The This drug is called freezone and is a Salisbury ML! -
"J sent
present building is compound of ether ,
away from here Saturday afternoon inadequate for the discovered by a
," The chestnut Day horse "Charlie," amounted to 240 by express and 175 growing needs of the flourishing busi Cincinnati man. ..:.. .:-
owned by Mrs. .Adaline Baisden ness. Since the establishing of the Ask at )
is sent by refrigerator car by Mr. Bul any drug store for a small
I J twenty-one years old. But "Charlie" plant here the shipments of hogs and bottle of freezone, which will cost but -- -- -- ---- i-
doesn't know it, for he acts like mer.Monday cattle which have been received here
a two-
triflle but is
morning a telegram from have been a sufficient to rid one's ;, ,
year old. The dignity that should ac New York stated that berries sold constantly on the increase. feet of
callus.
every corn or
company"Charlie" his has years been has owned not by arrived.Mrs. there those who at 50 sent cents berries a quart from,here so that Fri. the It is improvements expected that will the new be announced plans for Put a few drops directly upon any One Hundred Bushels of thq Celebrated

Baisden for sixteen years and hasalways day and Saturday made handsome from Chicago in the near future. tender, aching'corn or callus. Instantly -
been well treated, and he has profits. "Risk makes the merchant the soreness disappears and shortly Seed .
paid for the kindness by cheerfully d oit might have turned out the other; the corn or callus will loosen and Sosnowski Cotton
ant the work on the farm, never beingpick CHRISTIAN CHURCH. it can be lifted off with the fingers.

and never running away. And way.Thus it will be seen that the rumor -- This drug freezone doesn't eat out FOR

when"draw"the his last time breath comes he for will be him to of the strike, even at this little city, Services Sunday by Kev. W. F. IA- the corns or calluses but shrivels them SALE $2.00'PERfBUS i SL
surrounded caused considerable loss to those who 1 Rowe, pastor. without even irritating the surround- .
by mourning friends. could ill afford it. What it cost the 11 a. m.-Subject, "I am a Jonah." ing skin. by the -: -{

nation at large will run into the mil- I 7:30 p. m.-Subject, "Tekel." Just think! No pain at all; no sore- 'c
lions. All are invited to come. ness or smarting when applying it A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co.

EDGAR EYES -- or afterwards. If your druggist don't ,
_, - -_ have freezone have him order it for Raiford : ;Florida

AK = ':: "' _:... "' _A vou. (62) I __
Plant Peanuts...Supply Scarce : -- i
1 Broken L.r\**. Duplicated

Sam H Day/OroW3 ts Rtcicvcd .> White Spanish One Crop ----________ ____B. I BB.si. .
Wapldalww -*IVy t Pbsh** North Carolina Two ____ _____ -_-_-.------------ 1175 s I
W.rORSYTM n Crop ---- ? ______________ 1.75 1.65
Extra Early Kings Cotton Seed _____ ____1_ _
": ---- "__ __ ______ o.00 .90
Sosnoskl Sea Island Cotton Seed ----:.__ __________________"F"_ gn 1
J. Bloorafield'i "77" Bushel Prolific Flint Seed Com ____________ 2;.BO 2.00 225
KNOW IT WELL Selected Tom Watson Melon Seed --____ ------__-___T/rrlT 60e in E-rti Iota RECIPROClffThat
Familiar Features Well Known Reeleaned beggar Weed M ____ ;
to I Sudan Grass Seed ---_--_---_ ---- ---- .3oe 1tI 2Se in 5.th ou !
Hundreds of Starke Citizens. Natal Grass seed ------:-----------::-_._::_:: -----------_-__-___fife 40e r 45e In *-*> i Iota
--- : 35c in
------- B-rb Iota
Lespedeza or Japan Clover ------______ ___an.
A familiar burden in many a home, 100 Dar Velvet Bean -------_________ -------_-_-_-_-_-$1.76 Bu th 2Sc in 5>It> lots
------ 11.70 in i-Du.lota
t' ... The burden of a "bad back." Chinese all '-'aa Velvet of Bean -----and---______ _____________ i'.OOBu. 1.90 in b-Bu.! ioU
i11"8 Milleta. Yellow and White Dent Seed
Corn Maryland
A lame, a weak or an aching back White BJckoI7 King, HuUnp Prolific ete. Brabham and Iron Cow Peu. Ask for
Often tells you of kidney ills. pnrea in large Iota. Write for eo.plde eatslogae

4 Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak Bloomfield Nursery & Seed Co., Monticello, Florida is a big word -- some of you young folks need a diet=

,.t kidneys. ionary to get the full
Here is good testimony to prove it: meaning. f

J. T. Shaw farmer, R. F. D. No. 6, Well sell
you us YOUR
Box No. 54, Gainesville, Fla., says goods, then you buy OUR goods,
"I have to be on my feet a great part and we have more money to buy
of the time and I think that is the N. M. buys your goods. Again,,if a man
SAULS your goods when
direct cause of my kidneys becomingdisordered. you can't sell them somewhere else,

I first .noticed pains in in all fairness give him at least
a CHANCE
when
to buy them
my back, which bothered me when I
stooped over. The kidney secretionswere Produce Commission Merchant you can sell to someone else. I IJL11"1t0 '

} irregular in passage. Doan's: the wise .. '
Kidney Pills brought me quick relief is sufficient: We have the goods end the

The pains in my back left and" the Southern Products a specialty prices and we can use your produce
'
+ kidney action became regular. i

Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't -._ "
u! simply ask for a kidney remedy-get a

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11; FRIDAY. MARCH'23. 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. 1,,\cJ; SEVEN :4,

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deuce Father couldn't"say a word; heard a soft tapping, and he smiled. do with IUWe- love you so dearly Trespass cards for ?ae at this office. '

I he just nodded, and gulped. She hasa "Mice!l" he thought. Then he heard we can only be happy when you '00000000000000000 1 1

DEODENCE little fever, and the doctors say we something else-a faintly whispered, are happy. We love you so dearly Schedule changes----- 12:01 a. m. ,I WHAT IS
may need to work with her part bf "Father!I" that we can be happy with you away
<> December 31, 1916. Trains will <8S >
f t1e) the night Father said to ask If you With a sharp exclamation he unlocked from us, Just knowing that you are < > run as follows: <> I!!

would go to bed now, so you can get and opened the dungeon door, happy. But you-you thought our G $ LAXFDSUXFOS } ,
ev ONAC974ID2Y. up early in the morning and help us. I and Connie fell into his arms, sobbing love was such a hideous, selfish, little Q Jacksonville to Tampa. 3

I am to stay with Prudence tonight, piteously. And he did the only wise make-believe that-" 0 No. 3----___________10:40 a. m. 0 '
but yon may have to take turns In the thing to do under the circumstances.He "Oh, father, I didn't! You know I No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. 0 -FOS IS AN IMPROVED>> CASSKA 1 l'HA ,'

morning. And you'll have to get break- sat down on the hall floor and didn'tButmaybe! Jerry won't forgive <8> No. 15"Floridian"____ 2:52p.m. <3> DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE; '"*'

fast, too. So father thinks yon would cuddled the child against his breast me now?" $ $ '
He talked her until the didn't Jacksonville to Cedar Key. CATHARTIC AND UVER TCK$ ,.
better go to bed. Will you do that, to soothingly "Why you talk It over with
.0 No. 21-_____________ 4:36 p. m. <8> LAX'Fos is not Secret Patent Medicine j .
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twlnnles sobs quieted, and her voice was under me, Prudence? pr
4 $ but is of the {
"Will we!" And Carol added, "Will control. "I knew you too well, father. I knewIt i Tampa to Jacksonville. $ old-fashioned composed roots and herbs:Allowing j ,. ;' v]

you kiss Prudence good night for us, "Now, tell father," he urged, "how would be useless. But-doesn't it '0 No. 4_______________ 3:37 p. m. 1 rfj
and tell her we kept praying all the did you get In the dungeon? The seem wrong, father, that-a girl-that 'I$ No. 2_______________ 5:20 a. m. $ CASCARA BARK '
time Prudence is such a great hand twins" I-should love Jerry more thanyouand 4 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. $ BLUE FLAG L ROOT < ,]

for praying, you know." "Oh, no, father, of course not; the the girls? That he should come 4 RHUBARB ROOT : .:

Fairy promised, and the twins crept twins wouldn't do such a thing as I first? Doesn't it seem-wicked?" O Cedar Key to Jacksonville. <& BLACK ROOT i! -' ;

upstairs. It was dark In their room. that. I went into the dungeon to pray "No, Prudence, it is not wicked. After <$> No. 20______________ 9:27 a. m. o MAY APPLE ROOT I

"Well undress in the dark so as not that Prudence would get well. And I all, perhaps it is not a stronger V <8> SENNALEAVES 1 I
<$> Starke and Wannee.
to awake poor little Connie," whIs- prayed myself to Bleep. When I woke and deeper love. You were willing to o AND PEPSIN 'r < .
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pered Lark. "It's nice she can sleep up the door was locked. sacrifice him and yourself, for our > No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. b In LAX-FOS the CASCARA is improved by I
like that, isn't itr "But you precious child," he whispered sakes! But it is a different love. It No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. $ the addition of these digestive ngredi-

/ And the twins went to bed, and fell "why didn't you call out, or I, is the love of woman for man, that Is 4 $ ents making it better than ordir ry CAS- / 'i!
asleep after a while never doubting pound on the door?" very different from sister love and father -I T. J. GRIFFIN, Q CAKA,and thus the caiibinatioil Hcts not ti:

__ that Connie, in her corner of the room "I was afraid it would excite Prue love And it Is right. And it is 4 Agent. <> only as a stimulating native at cathartic "'
and make her worse," she answered o but also as adiges.ive and 1*er tonic. '
was already safe and happy In the oblivion beautiful. 4 I
laxatives weak but LAZ-Fos
Syrup are ,
simply. And her father's kiss was unwontedly !
of slumber. "I am sure Jerry will forgive me. 04494044404444444 combines strength with palatable, aro- '
But poor Connie! She bad not wakened tender as he carried her upstairs Maybe If you will send me a paper and matk taste and does tot gripe cJr disturb j

I when Fairy closed the dungeon to bed.Prudence pencil, I can write him a note now? the stomach. One bottle will prove ; .
i (ppyyr>iht. by Bobba-Merrlll\ Comnitnv door.. It was long afterward when she slept late the next morning There's no use waiting is there? Fairy You get a3 the important national, LAZ-Fos is invaluable for Cons iPation, (;

sat up and began rubbing her eyes. and when she opened her eyes her will bring it, I am sure." state, county news in the Telegraph. Indigestion or Torpid Liver nice SOc. i Il i iI' i :
.. She did not know where she was. Then father was sitting beside her. But when a few minutes later, she --- __-.__ .--- I li ,
I' ? CHAPTER XIIL she remembered I She wondered If "All right this morning, father," she heard a step in the hall outside, she I IIII
t PrudenceShe scrambled to her said,, smiling. "Are the girls at r .
laid her arm across her face. Somehow ; f
J Fate Take Charge.For feet and trotted over to the dungeon school?" she felt that the wonderful Joy I fi i

hours Prudence lay unconscious, door. It was locked; she could not "No, this is Saturday." and love shining in her eyes should be III 1 I :

with two doctors In close attendance. turn the knob. At first she thought of "Oh of course. Well, bring them kept hidden until Jerry was there to

Fairy, alert but calm, was at hand to screaming and pounding on the door up, I want to see them." see. She heard the door open, and PREPARE

give them service.It "But that will arouse Prudence, and Just then the distant whistle of a'' close again. I 1 :

is a significant thing that in bitter frighten her, and maybe kill her," she locomotive sounded through the open "Put them on the table, Fairy dearest -

a anguish and grief, Christians find com thought wretchedly. Til Just keep window; but she did not notice her fa- ', and, leave me for a little while, I I ,! ,

fort and peace In prayer. Outsiders, as still until someone passes." ther's sudden start She nodded up at will you? Thank you" And her face ..\ ,\ 'Iii

well as Christians, pray In times of But no one passed for a long time, him again and repeated, "I want to see was still hidden. : H-{

danger and mental stress, pray, and and Connie stretched her aching body my girls." Then the table by the bedside was 1

pray, and pray again, and continue nnd sobbed, worrying about Prudence, Her father sent them up to her at swiftly drawn away, and Jerry kneeled II I
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still In the agony and passion of grief fearful on her own account. She had once, and they stood at the foot of the beside her, and drew: the arm from her : I;

and fear. And yet they pray. But no idea of the time, She supposed it bed with sorry faces, and smiled at face, So President Wilson anfhe i

Christians pray, and find confidenceand was still early. And the parsonagewas "Jerry!1" she whispered, half unbe- says .
serenity. Sorrow may remain, but deathly quiet. Maybe Prudencehad her."Say something whispered Carol, lievingly. Then Joyously, "Oh, Jerry I" J i

anguish is stilled. died! Connie writhed In agony' klckjng Lark suggestively on the foot She gazed anxiously Into his face. knows. The "Clean Up and : "

Mount Mark considered this a unique on the hard floor, and sobbed bitterly. But Lark was dumb. It was Carol "Have you been sick? How thin you

parsonage family. Their liveliness, Still she would not risk pounding on who broke the silence. are, and so pale! Jerry Harmer, you -, ( -

their gayety their love of fun, seemeda : the dungeon door. '"Oh Prudence, do you suppose the need me to take. care of you, don't Paint campaign i is
little inapropos in the setting of a Upstairs, In the front room, Prudencewas doctors will let. me come In and watch you?" up .on. us j 1-,

Methodist parsonage. wrestling with fever. Higher and them bandage your head? I want to But Jerry did not speak. He looked *

"They ain't sanctimonious enough higher it rose, until the doctors looked begin practicing up so as to be ready earnestly and steadily into the Joyful and with the
I by half," declared old Harvey Reel, the very anxious. They held a brief con far the next war." eyes for a moment, and then he .we are ready goods. Ii

bus driver, "but by Jlngsl I I tell you sultatlon In the corner of the room. Then they laughed, and the girls pressed his face to hers.

they are dandies' Then they beckoned to Mr. Starr. realized that Prudence was really I THC END. : Fresh stock Paint Oil Lime y(j:
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Out as a matter of fact every one "Has Prudence been worrying about alive and quite as always. They told Muscle Soreness Relieved. ,

of the family, from Connie up, had a something this winter her of Connie's sad experience, and Unusual work, bending and liftingor I

characteristic parsonage heart. When "Yes, she has." Prudence comforted her sweetly."It strenuous exercise is a strain on the Brushes Trash Burners etc. I

1 they were worried, or frightened, or "It is that young man, isn't it?" In- Just proves all over again," she muscles, they become sore and stiff, ,

grieved, they prayed. Fairy passing the doctor-a Methodist declared, smiling, but with a sigh you are crippled and in pain. Sloan'sLiniment \ i
quired family i
op the stairs with hot water for the close following, "that you can't get brings you quick relief, easy "
doctors, whispered to her father as he "member." along without me to look after you. to apply and it penetrates the pores r
"Yes. and drives out the I
without rubbing
turned in to his own room, "Keep on Would I ever go to bed without mak-
"Can you bring him bere2""Yesas soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner
praying father. I can't stop now, bet tag sure that Connie was safe and
soon as he can get here than mussy plasters or ointments, it I
cause they need me. But rm praying sound 2"DawnstaIrs does stain the skin or clog the
from Des Molnes. not
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every minute between errands 1" And "You'd better do it. She has worn meanwhile, Mr. Starr pores. Always have a bottle handyfor Quigley Lumber & Sup y OIl ;

Mr. Starr, kneeling beside his bed, did herself down nearly to the point of was plotting with Fairy, a willing. assistant the pains and aches of rheumatism

pray-and the stony despair in hiseyes prostration. We think we can break I pout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiff-
died and he came from the and backache and all external pain.
out this fever without serious conse- "He'll surely be in on this train, ness
little room quiet, and confident and quences, but get the young man as soon :you must keep him down here until Iget At yuur druggist, 25c. (3)]) p A .

f calm. as possible. She cannot relax and rest ; through with Prudence. I want to -ff4 + + 'Mtftfftf + + t 1 Starke florida. '
Connie, seeking a secluded corner until she gets relief." tell her a few things before she sees NOTICES *
to "pray for Prudence," had passed the So he went downstairs and over the hIm. Bring him in quietly, and don't '+ LEGAL ,

door of the dungeon, and paused. A telephone dictated a short message to let him speak loudly. I do not want fffff'PffffffffffMASTERS r

fitting place! So she turned In at Jerry: "Please comePrudence"1Yhen her to know he Is on hand for a few Notice is hereby given SALE.that under and by

once, and In the farthest and darkest he entered the front bedroom minutes. Explain it to the girls, will virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made f
and March 1, 1917 by the Judge of a I
rendered
corner, she knelt on the hard floor ? and '
Prudence muttering unintelligible you Judicial Cir- -
again, was the Circuit Court of the Eighth
prayed, and sobbed herself to sleep. words under her breath. He After sending the younger girls ,cuit of Florida in and for Bradford County ,;= -

Lark remained loyally with Carol kneeled down beside the bed and put downstairs again, he closed the door Trust in chancery Company sitting.a corporation in favp of The administrator American General Insurance O-Ask YouY *? i
Grjcer
until consciousness returned to her. As his arms around her. She clung to him of Prudence's room, and sat down be- of the estate of G. F. Markillie. deceased com- '.
soon as she was able to walk the two side her. nlamant. and against E. E. Yarborough and '
with sudden passion.
Christine Yarborough hia wife defendants I represent none but FIRST For
went silently to the barn, and climbed "Jerry I Jerry!I" she cried. Her father "Prudence, I can't tell you how bitterly the undersigned will offer for sale before the CLASS companies and will be -.

into the much-loved haymow. There caressed and petted her, but did : disappointed I am in you." rourt house door at Starke Florida betweenthe 2.
sale Monday April the
legal hours of on constantly on alert to promote
they lay flat an the hay, faces down- not speak. "Father!" 1917 to the highest and best bidder for cash CHEEK-MS
ward each with an arm across thether's the following described lands situated in Brad- your interests. Guarantee
fervently. "Oh, I can't," she cried agaIn."I "Yes, I thought you loved us-the ford County Florida to-wit: courteous treatment to all pa-
shoulder, praying can't Jerry, I can't!" Again her voice girls and me. It never occurred to me Said land lying and being in the county of 1 ,
After a time they rose and crept Into fell to low mumbling. "Yes, go. Go at that you considered us a bunch of selfish Bradford. State of Florida to-wit: Lot thir- trons. A well written policy by
and south half (S%) of lot nineteen
the house where they waited patiently heartless, ungrateful animals I" ty (30) a first-class agent in a first- COFFEES
once. I promised, you know. They 119), and West half (W%) of lot thirty-on
until Fairy came down on one of her haven't mother-I promised. "Father!" HI) of section eighteen (18) in Township five class company sometimes means

numerous errands."Is Jerry! Jerry any !I" Then, panting, she "Is that your idea of love Is that shown((5) south on of map Range of said twenty-two section township((22) east anranee as much in case of loss by fire.

she better they whispered. And -n said being filed in clerk's officeof
fell back the pillows. map
on Best
Fairy answered gently, "I think she Is But Mr. Starr smiled gently to him "Oh, father!" baid Circuit county Court, on in page the city one of((1)Starke of maps, Florida.and H. C. RICHARD, Starke By Every\st

a little better." Then the twins, In no self. So that was the answer I Oh, "It really did hurt me, Prudence. My plats of Bradford county. Said above described -
deceived, went back to the haymow dear little girl, how could send lots and half of Iota containing twenty
way j foolish little Prudence I Oh, sweet- you (20) acres more or less, including one-half (S!) -
again. hearted little martyr girl!I' Jerry away, breaking your heart and of abutting streets, which agreement of the f
Fairy prepared a hasty supper and Hours later the fever broke and his, and ours, too-just because you parties hereto shall be forever open to pubhE.M.JOHNS r i

arranged it on the kitchen table. She sleep. thought us such a selfish lot that we travel. ;
drifted into a deep
Prudence I SMOKE I :
drank a cup of hot coffee and went In would begrudge you any happiness of 3-2-Bt. Special Master ;4

search of her father. "Go and eat, I your own? Don't you think our love I ._

dadsle," she urged. But be shook his for you is big enough to make us happy NOTICE OF ELECTION. 'j
March 6, 1917. Nk
l head."I. I In seeing you happy? You used to By the power vested Starke in Fla.them by the school ALL PURE--HAV 1

am not hungry, but send the girlsto say you would never marry. We did laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruc-
not expect to then. But we tion of Bradford county hereby order an elec-
you marry
the table at a:ce. I tion held in Hampton Special Tax School Dis.
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On their next trip Into the house knew the time would come when mar- trict No. 2 on the 4th day of April. A. D. 1917 tht

Fairy stopped the twins. "Get Connie riage would seem beautiful and desirable for and the to determine election of the three amount trustees of for millage two years to be The popular cigar of the South. Mad l>y ",

and eat your supper. It's Just a cold to-you. We were waiting for that ussessed. G. W. Hicks. J. M. Maxwell A. M.

lunch, and Is already on the kitchen time. We were hoping for it We Williams appoied as managers..E.. R. POPPELL. STARKE CIGAR COMPAN
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table.. You must help yourselves-Ican't were happy when you loved Jerry, be- 3-8-4t Secretary
I cause we knew he was good and kind Starke Fl
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come now. Geo. Massey, Prop. ,
and Fairy and laving, and that he could give you NOTICE FOR BIDS.
The twins did not speak,
i Notice is hereby given that the Board of t
went hurriedly up the stairs once all the beautiful things of life-that I County Commissioners in and for Bradford '- '
said mare.I can never give my children. But you County. Florida will receive proposals at their
eat.
"I do not think I can April 2nd, 1917
regular meeting on Monday.
thought we were too selfish to let
"We'd better take away about half : you for the furnishing of one steel cage of sufficient '
of this food, and hide It Then she will go, and you sent him away." size to house eighteen prisoners one r. Ms i+"sOs1 +! Wee '
mall wall tent and one large tent ty.
"But father! Who would raise the
think we have already eaten." Done and ordered in open session of said Full of
with girls? Who would keep the parson- board on this 6th day of March A. D. 1917. Supply
This novel plan was acted upon R. Davi
S. T. DOWLING.
J
? Who would look after ? .
backto age you : .
promptitude and the twins went Chairman Board County Commissioners COFFINS AND CASKET .
dark "A.untGrace, to be sure. We talkedIt I Bradford County.
the haymow. When It grew
they slipped Into the kitchen and huddled over two years ago, when her husband Attest W.: T. WEEKS Clerk. 8-9-41. All Sizes and Qualities & CompINSURANCE my :
together on the woodbox beside died. Before that, she was not
free to come to us. But she said then CHARGE.
FREE OF
the stove. And down to them presently Always on Hand
came Fairy, smiling, her eyes tear- that whenever we were ready for her Why suffer with indigestion; dyspepsia -

brightened."She Th. she would come. We both felt that; torpid liver, constipation, sour i

( is better 1" cried Carol springing since you were getting along so magnificently stomach, comingupoffoodaftereating PRICES REASONABLE

to her feet"Yes with the girls, it was betterthat etc., when you can get a sample {
way for a while. But she said I bottle of Green's August Flower free V J
said on her J. C. CONE Fld l
Fairy, dropping Lark's" that when your flitting time came, she at C. P. Cason's drug store. This med- Starke, :f ida ;|
,knees her face In
and burying would come to us gladly. We'had it icine has remarkable curative proper- Lawter: w Florid : ''
r
Up as she still sat on the woodboL"She's Lark all arranged. You won't want to marry ties, and has demonstrated its efficiency r- 1 :vt444'c+ 44+N s4 i61 f..i

better. She Is better. for a year or so, yet You'll want by fifty years of success. Head- _Ir

patted the heaving shoulders In a to have some happy- -. sweetheart days. aches are often caused by a disordered -r
motherly way, and when Fairy lifted first And you'll want to make a lot stomach. "
her face again It was all serene, I Starr Smiled Gently to HIm- of those useless in 25 and
But Mr. pretty, nonsensical August Flower is put up
though her lashes were wet I self. things other girls make when they 75 cent bottles. For sale by all deal- ANL.CREWS ::1.I :1.

"She is conscious," said Fairy, still I downstairs with marry. That's why I advised you to ers in civilized courtries. 4 ; a
on her knees, but with her head Then the doctors went Save
your burglar money, so you would
thrown back, and smiling. "She retained Mr. Starr, talking in quiet ordinary have it for this. We'll have Aunt Whenever You heed a General ToalaTake Blacksmith and Wheelw igRPLOW ;
consciousness a little while tones. Grove's (
Grace come right away, so you can
ago. There is really nothing seriousthe "Oh, she is all right now, no dangerat take a little freedom to be happy, andto The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I

matter. It was a hard knock, but alL Sh e'I1 do fine. Let her sleep. make your plans. And you can I chill Tonic is equally valuable as a A SPECIAL T'
WORK
It missed the temple. When she be- Send Fairy to bed, too. Keep Prudence initiate Aunt Grace into the mysteries General Tonic because it contains the ,-
all ;
came conscious, she looked up at fa quiet a few days-that's all. She's well known tonic properties QUINIMJ
of
housekeeping.
parsonage and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives '
ther and smiled. Father looked perfectly right" timid knock A bright strange light had flashed out Malaria, Enriches the E'-ood and All Work Guaranteed il
awful, twins, so pale, and his They did not hear the over Prudence's face. But her eyes Builds up the TV hot"! S'., w SO vens!

Bp were trembling. And Prudence at the dungeon door. But after they clouded a little as she asked, "Do you V f
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said Now father word of had out Mr. Starr locked RAIFORD .
on your gone think they would rather have Aunt and tell
1aoDor did you knock me down with door behind them, and started back I Grace than merCOUl'U Tel to the Telegraph you

tbtt ball on purposer She spoke very through the hall to see if the kitchen everybody. Advertise.
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: BROOKER. suffered very painful though not serious ANNOUNCEMENT.Mrs. milliner ,store,-ready-. --....
I injuries. Fortunately the accident class of'dress to do th
happened near Alachua and she Ella Johnson will be found, af- t patron 'e makirlg.the She .
medical aid at ter March 26th Mrs. C. A. of. public and
received surgicaland at Knight'sThe tees sati :
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and Miss factlOn. Q.
Thelma Ward motored over to Hamp- once. The other occupants of the car ..
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Y : County News Items ton last Thursday afternoon and visited I escaped uninjured. -: .:
; friends.Mr. I ( -----,._
4 _. Dewey Pinholster and sister, HAMPTON. :
: Amanda, of Lake Butler, at-
# fa' laterutlnj> Facts Gathered During the Week by Our tended church services at the Baptist
: f Regular Correspondents.R church last Saturday. Mrs. A. A. Futch spent a part of the SWINE BREEDERS ATTENTION!
Mr. Lee Harrell, of Jacksonville, week at Lake Butler, the guest of her ,
was here last Sunday to attend, the mother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman.T. .
funeral of his sister Mrs. Dock Lynn. M. Ray, of Valdosta, Ga., was a first big rush of the vaccination ,
f. I Mr. Roy Kalch, of Hampton visited pleasant visitor here during the week,, campaign t
WOODLAWN. interred in the Woodlawn cemetery at friends in Brooker last Sunday.Mr. the guest of friends.J. started by the Bank of Starke IS:about over, and we
Jacksonville.The and Mrs. B. H. Rowe and nephew M. Andrews, of Jacksonville, was .f
i i I pallbearers were Messrs. A. H. Mr. John Rowe, of Macclenny, motored here Wednesday, looking after the interests are now ready to hear from others who wish to J
r ; Dr. E. L. Biggs was a professional Harley H. C. Peace, Charles Hess L. down Saturday and spent a couple of the Bentley-Gray Dry Goods have their hogs treated. It is
';. visitor here Sunday afternoon.Mr. H. Hill, R. R. Thede and W. H. Ed- of days in Brooker, guests of Mr. Important that you : i

.. W. H. Norman was a business wards. Rev. A. T. Galloway, of the E. L. Crosby and family. Mrs. Roweis Co.We regret to report the illness of I should let us hear from you at once if you
i visitor to Sanderson Saturday.Mr. Methodist church, south, officiated, a sister of Mrs. Crosby. Mrs. W. G. Seals, who is quite sickat wapt to I
W. C. Waters, of Lawtey, wasa both at the chapel and the grave. The Miss Mary Collins is in Starke this this writing. I take advantage of the very liberal 'arrangement: we
visitor here last week in the interestof bereaved relatives have the sympathy week attending the canning club demonstration The high school will close the present J
have with
the Lawtey Telephone Company. of the entire community. work. term today. We have had an excellent i i the Inter-State Vaccine a Company as the
Elder D. W. Black, who has been a The strawberry season is on. Last Dr. and Mrs. Middleton of Hamp- t term and much credit is due -TV will not to t their
patient in St. Catherine Hospital, at week about 600 crates were shipped, ton, were visiting friends here Sunday I Prof. Green who has served as prin I care keep expert here un
'. Jacksonville, for the past several and Monday and Tuesday about 680 afternoon.Mr. cipal, and has been untiring in his ef- i less he is kept busy.
weeks, returned home Saturday. crates were shipped. The berries are Julian Collins spent Tuesday in forts to make the school success. I
Mr. R. H. Green was a visitor to of good quality and the growers are the county site. Th services at the Methodist a church I The campaign has- resulted very satisfactorily;
Sanderson Sunday. in hopes of receiving good returns. Dr. J. 0. Phillips, of Worthington,
conducted Mrs. Barr, both
Mr. and.Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of the Ernest Wells spent Sunday with relatives was here Tuesday on profesisonal busi i- morning and by evening, were well Sunday attended During the four weeks ending} last Monday, the
k Vanderbilt section, were visitors here and friends in Raiford. nes. and of unusual interest. Mrs. i Company's
I treated
expert 'for 72
Sunday. Mr. Thomas E. Adams spent Sunday Mesdames Alice Oliver and I. W. Barr is a pleasant and forceful speaker farmers with a
Mr. Eodus Green was a visitor to in Columbia county. I inholster. Misses Mamie Oliver and and held her audiences spellbound- : total of 1,314 hogs. Out of all this number Wg have t
Sanderson Sunday. Edyth Crosby and Mr. Albert Pinhol- throughout the discourses.Mrs. .
Mr. Jim Davis, of the Florida Na LAKE BUTLER.: stet motored to Starke Tuesday af- Maude Ballington Booth, the i not heard of a single case wheje the hogs have not
1 tional guard, who had been serving ternoon and attended the show in the
prison reform lecturer of internationalfame
Uncle Sam on the Mexican border for big tent by the Demorest troupe. with offices in New York, will ( done well. Everyone with whim we have talked
r the past five months, is visiting at the The most interesting theme in Mrs. Louise Clemons and infant has
lecture
vogue at the Christian church here reported the most
: satisfactory:
home of Mr. Dalton Carter this week. daughter of Jacksonville resulfs. So far'
now is the school proposition. For a are visiting tomorrow evening, Saturday March ,
.
f Elder D. L. Phillips, who has been long time we have had a grammar and .1\lr..J. J. Morgan and family this week. 24, at 7 o'clock. Everybody invited to as we have been able to learn f here have been 'no
t
suffering from a severe attack of the high school equal to any in the state, On Friday evening March 23, the attend. No admission will be charged. .
measles is slowly improving.Mr. with intelligent trustees and a capable Brooker school will reproduce the following Mrs. W. T. Saxon little Vera Saxon, abscesses, and no other unfavorable results. The s
J. M. Norman had a telephone school builder like Prof. S. A. Draper, play, "A Texas Ranger. Mabel Seals and Master Percy Griffinare Bank
installed in his home last week by the the school was in a most progressivecondition Cast of characters: confined to their beds: with measles : of Starke is more convinced than; ever that
Lawtey Telephone Co., who is work and it seems a shame to be Billy Driscoll a Texas Ranger, Lew- this week. the vaccination of their
ing of the is Shriver. hogs -s one 01 the most
important things
up many cut off financially to such an extent as Rev. E. M. Henderson and wife, of
I necessary on the farm. If more farmers to take from the school two-thirds of Mort Fielding, a cattle rustler, Ben Waldo, motored over and spent the afternoon I important matters claiming thefettentiortof>; our far.I

will, by better farming, better,.the pupils. We believe the Lake But- Crosby. with friends I ,
t I tools to work with, have telephones ler officers and citizens have too much Dave Manson his pal Durant Lamb Hampton No.Wednesday.103, W. 0. W. mers. ; }
i
camp I
installed in their homes, and last but Richard Granville I
dignity, grit and ambition to allow a ranchman, N. met in
is l not least, get a Ford, you will see I"little whims" to break down the most G. Hall. regular unanimous session ballot Friday elected eveningand three : During the first week of the bampaigrj the expert
i more boys staying on the farm instead needed thing in the town. We ventureto Tom Lane, storekeeper, Roland An- candidates by for initiation into the I treated for the &
following
mysteries W.
of going to the cities. say whoever is responsible for this derson. of woodcraft. persons- Coleman

., suffering Mrs. J. from S. Norman a severe and attack children of are the six county's months'financial course strain in some better mental take cal a Hazen.Jim Shrunk, his rival in love, Fred business D. W.visitor Moore here of Theressa, was a K. L. Griffis, W. G. Gainey, C; C. Grijfis, H. L

t I measles.Mr. M. D. Carter culator. Bobby, John Granville Shaw. Richard Granville'sson J. R. Bevill, of the Tuesday.Graham section, Brownlee, J. M. Brownlee, L. A. Davis, j L L. Steve
was transacting The measles
to be all this
seem over
business in Lawtey Monday. community and many people are very Tess Granville, Richard Granville's was Tuesday.shaking hands with friends here enson, John Uglow, J. M. Truby, of Stajke, and E.
r The farmers here are busy picking sick with them. The doctors keep daughter, Olga Ward. Strawberries L. Prescott of
strawberries. Hinton are plentiful now and Waldo. Persons interested
busy. Polly her chum, Eunice Ha- may refer
bringing
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Norman visited!, Mrs. Alice Langford is spending a zen.. ably be good effort prices. There will prob- to any of these for inform abiit
I in the Wateroak section Sunday. t:few: days in Starke taking a most needed Euphremia Wilson, a school teacher, an made to have the tion the re- .
The correspondent will be glad to rest. She is Lake Butler's worthy I Loca Johnson. postal growers authorities prepare petitions asking the suits of the
write any news items you will tell or telephone operator, and has not had Pepita Morales, a Mexican girl, Thel. the next to arrange to carry
phone him about Phone No. 392 be ma Ward. year's crop by parcel post,
vacation for
r' fore Tuesday night. any a long time. This play will be shown and have the postmasters present the NKmeUF SiARK
Mr. Taylor, from Columbia, S. C., in three matter to the next session of the state j
the Christian Endeavor Field Secretary acts, covering a period of about one association of ;
postmasters at Orlando
f '. .. LAWTEY. made an eloquent lecture at the hour music and forty-five and minutes, with spe.cial in May, and through that body to-
Christian church Tuesday night. songs between each act. the department.To .
Misses $nnie Powers and Carrie An admission fee of 5 and 10 cents

Mrs. J. B. Dye and little J. B. Jr., Green are visitors in our city th'&|will be charged, part of this to defray Cure a Cold In One Day STARKE FAA
I of Jacksonville, spent from Friday to week. expenses of the play and the remain { !
Take :
Mr. der will to the school. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the ,
Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williford of Okeechobee, go Everybody Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
i i' A. M. Blanchard. has accepted the bookkeeper's position cordialy invited. Droraista. refund money if it fails to cure
t Mrs. Thomas E. Adams and little with the Lake Butler Bank. Mrs. Mary Lynn, wife of Mr. Dock $ W. GROVE'S signature on each bozo & .
r ; daughter spent last week with rela Mr. J. A. Cain and family will leave Lynn died suddenly at her home near .- j
t tives in Columbia county.Mr. Friday for Okeechobee, where they Brooker last Saturday, March 17. Mrs. --<1, .
f and Mrs. C. J. Fisher, of Minoa, will make their future home. Mr. Cain Lynn came to town with her husband .r:. ,. -r. .
t N. .Y., were guests last week of Mrs. has been bookkeeper for many years Saturday morning, and did her; shop- .. ---.-. .
E. D. Sayles. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher with the Lake Butler Bank and has ping and was apparently well when ,.
f have been spending some time at Bra d- made a most efficient officer. We re they left here, but before they reached
entown and were enroute to their gret to lose these valuable citizens, but home she was stricken with a severe Better Than
l northern home. wish them prosperity. pain in her side and throat. They Burglarit mSi :
1'. t Mr. F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville, Mr. W. J. Epperson and son, of made all possible haste, but she died
i is in Lawtey 4his week looking after Starke were among the visitors to our in a few minutes after reaching the
his strawberry shipping. city Wednesday.Mrs. house. They did not have time to 'J i '
t Rev. C. 0. Jones and wife of Okla Harry Oharo, of West Palm call a physician. It is supposed that
homa are guests at the home of Rev. Beach and sister, Eva, are spendinga paralysis was the cause of her death,
and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence. while with their parents, Mr. and as she had a stroke of paralysis several AYING BY CHECK
.r Mr. J. D. Randall was transacting Mrs. G W. Swaverly.Mr. years ago. I I is better protection than
business in Jacksonville last Friday.I herbert E. Bennett has return Mrs. Lynn leaves her husband two : iI
,4 Mr. J, C. Vann of Jacksonville, is in ed home after several months visiting I sons and two daughters, Mr. Hammond a burglar alarm. i .
charge of the refrigerator cars for the relatives and friends in South Florida. .. Lynn, Mr. Mallory Lynn Mrs. 1 .
i
;; strawberry shipping season. Miss Juanita Sprinkle and Master Lois Dubose and Miss Ellen Lynn re It is only the :
Geo. Clark left Monday for his home Philip and Reginald Sprinkle will be spectively. Interment was made in man who "keeps money4in the.
in New Jersey. the guests of their brother, H. L. the beautiful New Hope cemetery on :
:'t Rev. W L. Overstreet filled his regular Sprinkle, for the week-end. Sunday afternoon, the services being : house" that invites the visit "
,i"f appointment at the Raiford Baptist Miss Ruby O'Quinn will visit Mr. conducted by Rev. F. M. Hartman, her of tlfe "ye g. No ;
church last Sunday. and Mrs. W. C. Townsend this week. pastor, and she was laid, to rest by the 't I burglar will l .
; Mr. J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville, wasa Mrs. Claude Guthrey, of Silver City, side of her daughter, Maud, who died risk life or liberty by enlring a
visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. N. M., is visiting her parents, Mr. andMrs. about two years ago. I
t Rev. T. B. Lawrence was transacting I W. C. Townsend. She has improved The funeral services were very impressive I house where the is
(, busines sin Jacksonville last Wednes very much since being here. and one could not help but owner known as a >y by .
t t day. Little A. C. Strickland is very ill notice the unusually large crowd that I check f :
Mr. James Strickland, of Wymaumma with pneumonia and measles. His recovery gathered there to .pay the last sad man. < i'
i was visiting relatives near Lawtey is earnestly looked for by his tribute of respect to a noble woman., I j :
last week. friends. Mrs. Wynn was a daughter of Mr,
'? Revival services are being held every Next Sunday is the regular day at and Mrs. J. C. Harrell, the former deceased I .
Leave
1 evening this week at Grace M. E. the Lake Butler Christian church and who, with their descendantS it to the BankYour ;
I church by Rev. C. 0. Jones, conference it is hoped that we may have a full !. this community numbers among the :
evangelist of the Methodist Episcopal attendance, especially ought this to be best. Besides the above mentioned ,
conference of Oklahoma. so: when we have only one Sunday in members of her immediate family the I '.
i Mrs. W. H. Biggs received the sad the month for preaching service. In deceised leaves her aged mother five bank will take i
news by wire Tuesday from Jonesboro these busy times there is a tendency to brothers and three sisters. Mrs. Lynn care of moneY
I your
t N. C., that her mother Mrs. S. A. neglect the services on account of our was fifty-eight years of age, and had bills and pay I
Chaffin had passed into the great be worn-out condition. We ought not to been a member of the Missionary Bap- your keep your cash tie
yond. Mrs. Chaffin was 82 years of get too busy 4o attend worship.The tist church for thirty-three years. account. It is only !
age. writer of these notes preachedto Her family suffers an irreparable safe convenient ;
We
F' The death of Mrs. Johanna Wilhel- a full house a week ago in East loss, her church realizes the loss of a way. solicit !
; mena Walz occurred Monday night at Palatka, where we have some fine people faithful member, and the community matter how your account;
about 11 o'clock at the age of 79 years who are interested in building up has lost a true friend, but there is small. Many of
and six months. She has been an invalid a good church. Their faithfulness in comfort in the thought thot our loss our heaviest counts, j .
for several years and has been the service will be rewarded by suc is her eternal gain and we are reminded began na very humble _
hi confined to her room for some time.i cess.Every of the >command of the Saviour: way. _
Tha deceased was born in Germany, church of every denomination "Be ye always ready, for in such an !
coming to this country when quite ought now to be getting up petitionsand hour as ye think, not, the Lord cometh"A I I
young and came to Lawtey about 25 have them ready to go forward 1- :
years ago from Ohio. to the legislature early next month, fe#short fleeting years are given, 9J \
She leaves a husband, Mr. WilliamWalz asking the lawmakers to pass an act They seem but a few short days; I r \.i'
tl- ..' a daughter Miss Annie Walz, which removes the saloons and liquor A time in which to prepare for heaven Bradford
!J : and a son, Mr. J. W. Hiller, of Lorraine traffic: from our state. With the ship A time to spend in God's service and County Bak -7'1
Ohio, by; a former marriage, ping law now in force which was recently praise. I
" several grandchildren and many other passed by congress if we on ce While Mrs. Lois I
relatives to mourn her loss. get the state dry we can keep it so. Dubose was on her .
home ,
'. way Saturday night, in response
Funeral services were held Wednesday Starke
,I. in the chapel at Marcus Con Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell dead to the the message car in which that her they mother traveling was L FI a. ;
were
t undertaking parlors, and the body was everybody. Advertise. was wrecked and Mrs. Dubose- A


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