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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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11t VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1917. NUMBER 39. ;

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i (;GERMAN ARMY SLOWLY RETIRING The "Clean Up and Paint Up" Army. LABOR OF UNITED STATES ORGAN1IZING I


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,I BEFORE FRENCH ARMY IN FRANCE 4: i : TO HELP IN CASE OF :WAR I IIIIGH


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_0. ;;.. J SCHOOL TEAM LOSES TO Means Agreed Insur-
l Slowly But Surely French Are RACCOON TAKEN FOR PERSON ---- Upon For
TRYING TO BLOW UP MAGAZINE --- FLORIDA UNIVERSITY.
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, Driving Germans From ... : ing Sufficient Workmen

f .. French Soil. : PENSACOLA, March 25.-This city The Starke High School lost the second I To Man Planfe'

.... had its thrill yesterday-an attempthad game of the series to the scrul 1---- .
. .. been made to blow the nine of the University.of Florida Sat-
up mag- ONFERENCE HELD CAPITAL
SPRING THAWS MAKING azine outside the aviation yard, so the urday by a score of 3 to 2. Both teams 3 (IN -

. .. OPERATIONS DIFFICULT story ran. Where would the next blow were evenly matched as may be seer I WITH SEC'Y WILSON
fall? People felt as'heroic as resi- by a glance at the score, but the lad i .
dents of much-shelled Bapaume.And of inside baseball on the part of the
ALL
DEPARTMENTS
SUGHT PROGRESS MADE BY all the time a harmless raccoon Bradies in the seventh, with the bases I OIj GOVERN-.

BRITISH ON ACCOUNT OF BAD sat in some tree top smiling as only full and no outs, allowed the Gainesville )EXT CO-OPEUATIXft TO SE-

FRENCH HOLDING raccoons can smile, at how he had been I Ieh 1 icr boys to gather in the laurels. CURE SKILLED ANt) UNSKILLED J

WEATHER- I taken for a Teutonic plotter, had been gt nra I IJ Epperson hurled for our boys anc* LABOR-AMERUIVN FED- J
ESSIGNY BENAY PLATEAU- fired at, and had brought out. the enr put over a line of splendid pitching. i
GERMANS FIGHTING DESPER- tire guard. ea 1'fr9 but the inability of the Starke boys ir ERATION OF LABOR PLEDGED I

REGAIN IT OR LOSE It seems that half a dozen coons are 1 t' Wi hit in the pinches lost the. contest for SUPPORT OF ITS MEMBERS; TO
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ATELY in the habit of having their midnight t1I1u, is him. Marr was forced to abandonthe SERVICE OF COUNTRY.

ST. QUENTIN. scampers at the aeronautic yard. On rT ____ L1 r-ili..__.___ game in the seventh and Harris S .
Thursday night, so the story told by resumed the mound work, retiring the -

enlisted men goes, a young marine was next three batters with aparent ease. WASHINGTON, March "23.-Mobil-
LONDON, March 28.-The southern & Kickliter the star of the after-
German is on guard at the powder magazine; it was ization.of labor for gove-nment ser-
wing of the retreating mile army front was one of those darkish'nights that k -rr ) f : noon. Being forced to abandon shortin vice in event of war with. Germanywas
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recoiling along a
slowly to and invest favor of Gus Beasley, he went to
the furious onslaughts of the seem magnify objects I ,,.- planned today at a conference of
under them with preternatural shapes. He center, where he handled everythingin officials and labor leaders in the officeof
French. The first section of the great- .suspicious still. The marine challenged r ______ big league style, also showing up Secretary Wilson. Meajs were out-
has been
forests
Coucy St. Gobain I ed. It the but splendidly in the hickory department.Wood lined
of the invaders and was coon on a stump, I '- --- and agreed upon fcc making
completely cleared he didn't know it. The 1t.e"TLrr -, :. was the star for the Florida available
Nivelle's troops are face to coon was more ( 11(' S1L: ., .---- readily enough workman to
General -
suspicious still.. The marine chalenged boys, scoring a homer with a runneron insure operation of govtinment ship
with the last formidable barrier
face which lies between them and Lano- again,...-and the coon din't pay the APRIL 9TH. TO 23RD. INCLUSIVE HAVE BEEN DESIG- second. yards and arsenals and of pJants working -
slightest attention. Then, "Bang- Score by inning R H E on governnwnt contra t .
the wooded plateau of St. Gobain.lies between This densely the- bang-bang," and the coon beat it, NATED CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP DAYS FOR STARKE. Starke .000 Oil 2 5 4 Officials, profiting by the experiences
plateau while the guard rushed out to repel in- Florida _001 200 3 7 3 of
Oise and the Ailette, and is about 10- England. are determined that if the
Batteries-Eperson and
vasion. Ensey and
000 acres in extent, rising from 80 to All of which shows other Marr and Harris and Johnson. Umpire; country take an active part in thc Eu-
200 feet in height. No railways or high among RAILROADS WILL GERMAN U-BOAT Time hour ropean war it shall not b* embarrassed:
roads traverse it but an important things, that the guards are very much Chancey. 1 17 minutes. by labor troubles and inalility to obtain -
on the job and aren't taking chan-
railroad around its southern any skilled and unskilled workers.
sweeps BELGIUM
WORKING CLASSES
border and runs north to Chauny. This ces. THREATENED WITH SLAVERY The American Federation of abor,
CAMPAIGN WILLNOTWINWAR
I road is in the hands of the French up TAX COLLECTOR'S BOOKS- MUST ASKFORRATEIN- which has pledged its membership to
to within about three. miles of Anizy, I the support of' the government, was
which is 10 miles west of Laon. To the' CLOSE FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL WASHINGTON, March 27.Appealfrom represented today by its president,

north the French are about two miles. CREASE SHORTLY % Belgian workmen for organized Samuel Gompers. Through the fede-
from the town of St. Gobain, center of The following letter addressed to the assistance by neutral governments and ration the government expects to get '
the famous glass factories in Europe.St. tax collectors of the state, was issued the laboring classes in neutral coun- its supply of trained workmen. The
Gobain is 13 miles northwest of from the office of the comptroller: tries was made public at the Belgian United States public employment ser- j'
Laon. Tallahassee, March 21, 1917. FIFTEEN PERCENT ADVANCEIS CANNOT STARVE ENGLAND legation here. It says that half a million vice will furnish unskilled; men and
in the To the Tax Collectors: men have been kept in forced idle- the civil service commission will
has taken
place
No thange sup-
Gentlemen:Application having been SOUGHT BY RAILROADS IN SIX MONTHS' PERIOD
neighborhood of St. Quentin, where made to this department for an exten- ness, and that the Germans have decreed ply clerical help. The postoffice department -

the Germans are still making desperate sion of the time for closing the tax that they must either sign for will advertise the country's
efforts to wrest from the French books in the several counties, it is: PRELIMINARY STEPS TAKEN ON MEMBER OF GERMAN REICH- contract work in Germany or be taken needs. The council of national defense -

the ESsigny Benay plateau, undisputed deemed advisable, in order to avoid MONDAY: BY VIRTUALLY ALL STAG SAYS IT IS IMPOSSIBLE I there as slaves. As a result the whole of whose labor committee Mr.
possession of which will, in the opin- confusion to say that the comptroller working classes in Belguim are threatened Gompers is chairman, also A ill ro-op-
ion of military critics, render the fall has no authority nor power to suspendthe RAILROADS OF COUNTRY. TO STARVE ENGLAND. \ with starvation or death. erate. .
of the inevitable. operation of the law fixing the The appeal goes onto say that Germany t!
city "The of the conference,
time for closing the tax books of the has already condemned Belgiumto purposes
Further north the British have made STOCKHOLM March 27.-Dr. Albert I said Secretary Wilson, after the meeting
WASHINGTON, March 27.-Gener- -
The duties of
weatheris state, or any other law. pay a war levy of more than $200- r
some slight progress but bad the collectors are stated in the war- al advances in freight rates will be O. W. Suedekum, one of the best 000,000, and has carried off a billion I "were to find ways and means to
reported have seriously affected rants of tax assessors which directs sought, probably within the next ten known leaders of the majority social- dollars worth of foodstuffs and 'prevent overlapping efforts in mobilizing "
operations- on this part of the front. the tax collectors to do: days_ by railroads in every section of ists in the German Reichstag, in an interview chandise. Germany has taken all mer-raw !1 I the resources of industries: for .\.i
Sporadic fighting has taken place in the United States. here with representative of the support of the government.. We
"Collect the taxes by levy and saleS Preliminary steps a products and machinery from factoriesand i i
several of the other war theatres but and all sums collectedfor were taken today by virtually all rail- the Associated Press, said that who- transported them to Germany. planning to work together: first I Iary 11are
nothing to indicate the commencementof the state taxes you are to pay to roads concerned in an informal confer- ever thought that the German subma- to find where help, male and female,

major operations. the state treasurer at such time as ence with the Interstate Commerce rine campaign was going to starve THE WOMEN'S CLUBS. can be quickly located for the navy t
Apparently the Russians have no may be required by law, and at the : Commission. England out in six months was deceiv- yards, arsenals and for other factories t.1 ;
need to apprehend a German drive on same time you are to pay to the coun- Definite announcement was made ing himself. He added that such a result of the government and fnr-apy private Ii it
the northern front towards Petrogradin ty treasurer all sums collected for the that the advance asked for eastern was not necessary to insure Ger- The Tampa Times of March 27th plants working on supplied for the I

the near future. Warnings that county taxes, district school taxes and roads would be fifteen per cent on all man victory,for this is certain he said. contained a "Federation Section," in government; second to ascertain the
such attack was impending recentlywere other special taxes; and you are fur- which was described the scope and activity fitness of offered
an commodities except on bituminous coal Germany will be able to dictate such any woikersnd
of the
ther required to make all collections Florida Federation of
issued in the Russian capital, on or before the first Monday in April; and coke. terms of peace as will enable her to I I Women's Clubs. Bradford county belongs where they best ran be employed; and ..
based on German concentrations along and on or before the first Monday in Representatives of western lines in- I collect large indemnity from her enemies to section 2 and the different third, to smooth their wa! to work ;
this front and it had been thought that July you 'will make a final report to (licated that they too would ask for according to Dr. Suedekum. Ger' women's clubs are presided over by where they are needed. In doing this j
, Berlin might take advantage of the : and settlement with the comptrollerand fifteen per cent. Railroads of south-' many's food supply will suffice for Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Lawtey, the vice we are working to avoid Duplicationof Jr i
disorganization of the Russians due to commissioners." needs is his effort and to time."
county west submitted figures showing that Germany's opinion. president. Mrs. Randall's portrait save { .
I the recent radical change in the form This statute, of course, is directory. increases ranging between 18 and 21.4 adorns one of the pages, and there In obtaining men for mechanical ser- }
of the government and press an off en'ive. and collectors are authorized and must i s- also a picture-of the new home of vice the civil service commission, it is ;
addi-
The spring thaw has set in along continue to receive taxes up to the per; cent were needed to meet PAVING NEARLY COMPLETED the: Woman's Club of Lawtey-pic- announced, will waive scholsjiic quali- !

the whole front, however, and opera- hour of sale, as all taxpayers are entit- tional costs of operation already exist- turesquely: built of logs. Of section fications and wilt examine app'icants I, i'
led to the privilege of paying their ing in the case of five line Southern 2 the Times has this to I .
tions on a large scale are impossiblefor Unsightly"'Part on Cherry Street Ex- say: for physical and mechanical experience J
taxes until the last moment expires; roalroads probably will determine the ists No More. "The second section of the Florida .
some weeks. only. There will be no technics test.
provided, of course, they also pay all percentage of increase desired at a Federation of Women's Clubs covers' f. ,
Attention is attracted to the Aus- costs and expenses incurred and legal- conference here next Friday.No twelve counties and an area of 10S03square "In reaching the country, Secre- 1 f
tro-Italian front by rumors of a great ly due when the taxes are so paid, after authority will be sought under The work of street paving has goneon miles. Jefferson county was Wilson said, "the whole power of ;,1
. drive. The probability of such an operation notice of sale. present proceedings to increase pas- "apace" of late, and not at a swift given; to section three, which was a I the local unions of the>JmericalFed- I'
is being widely discussed in The day of sale will depend largely rates. pace neither. However, of the main big loss to this section, but an equallybig eration of Labor will be availed of.
Rome. Some consideration in this con- upon the time required by the collectorto senger work there is only a small portion of gain to the third. The section is Their officers and busings agents .
nection is also being given points in prepare his advertisement and may In addition to the proceedings be- Cherry and of Ninth streets left to be not closely populated, and in most of have personal knowledge omen and
the Franco-Belgian front outside the take place in June or July, as the case fore the Interstate Commerce Commission completed. Then there are a few unpaved the counties there is only one club and localities needing work ami can speedily -

zone of the great retreat. The Ger- may be, and while the advertisementis concerning interstate rates, pieces to be attended to, some that at the county seat. Two counties advise the working force;The post
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he should endeavor to for the railroads let it be -Marion and Alachua-have several
spokesmen
,
. mans, for instance, are displaying not- proceeding repairs to make, dirt to be spread over ,office department has aJtreed'to trans- t <
his list of errors and insolven- known that they are preparing to go : organized clubs, Nassau has two and I
: able activity in the Champagne region prepare mit information and aid L:; posting i
the board of the bricks and dirt to be scraped off. : )
cies for presentation to before state railroad and public Bradford three, while the others have
[ and Berlin reports the capture of some commissioners on the first every Perhaps it will yet take three or four I The section is almost advertising material also; The civil
county utilities commission in the union to one apiecet entirely
i French trenches south of Ripont in Monday in July and make final settle- ask for authority to increase their weeks before the paving is fully com of agricultural interest, cOritain-1 service commission has a flrce of 3,000

this district. ment, if possible, in accordance with i freight tariffs on interstate traffic. pleted. ing some of the best farming :.I boards of examiners and the country .
the directions contained in the warrantof The ditch across the sag in Cherry .he state of Florida. This statement is divided for their purposes into I
[ THE BERRY MOVEMENT. the assessor. Telegraphic protests against the pro- street is at last being fixed for goo vas made by the agriculture expertsrom twelve districts, the whol availableforce j
Very .respectfully yours, posed increases poured into the officesof and all. How to keep up a bridge Washington, D. C., and is con- in each of which tan siervc in examining '
ERNEST AMOS, the commission all day. Commis- across the ditch, which sometimes is idered authentic. Being situated in men. The field forces of the
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1 The strawberry movement fromStarke I Comptroller sioner Clark announced that "the torrent, in years gone by made gray he northern part of the state the sec- bureau of immigration. naturalization,
since our last writing has beenas ,. house was full.of protests already." haired such street committee mem ion has little opportunity of gettingn labor statistics and children's! bureau
l follows: MRS. MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH In the case of all railroads except bers who were not baldheaded. Th touch with the tourists and the de- will be directed to the department of
Friday-By.express, 158 bushels; by ,I VISITS STATE FARM. those in the South, the request for the street there is a mixture of sawdur ;ghts of this section is largely over- labor to work as temporary examinersfor
I 4.refrigerator cars, about 600 bushels. -- :amendment of the rule so as to per- and quicksand and would wash )oked by strangers. The club wom- the time with these 'regular offi-
away I enthusiastic three
all and
\. Prices from $3.50 to $4.75. Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth spoke nit a prompt general advance in rates Then Carlyle Peek made and laid tw n lubs are own very their own clubhouses, Oca- cials and will largely increase the .

t Saturday-By express, 120 bushels; 'ast Sunday afternoon to the prisonersit was based primarily on the ground lines of large concrete pipe across th I \, Gainesville (building) and Lawtey, available forctf.
i by 5 refrigerator cars, 750 bushels. the State Farm near Raiford. that the cost of labor, fuel, equipment street, dirt was put on top and kept i I' he three Wirgest clubs of the section. "The government will appreciate the
f Prices averaged $4 per bushel. Superintendent Purvis arranged tc md suDDlies had risen to unexpected- place by means of loss. These pipe i Iawthorn owns a lot and is planning active assistance of all organizations
lcnday-By express, 145 bushels ring all the inmates into one large 'evels; and that taxes also were much I have now been takenup- and replace' ) build, Lake Butler has a ten year and individuals having means of cooperating -

_ by 4 refrigerator cars, about -60C 'ongregation, and this noted speaker higher than last year. President Har- by a 24-inch concrete culvert, made b: ?ase on rooms. .with these officers in beating -
I bushels. Average price, $2.50. lelivered a wonderful lecture to alsr this -ison of the Southern railway, speaking ,J. T. Quigley. The culvert will extend "The clubs donate toward the Chil- and preparing persons desiring
? Tuesday-By express, 276 bushels arge! gathering of people, there for the Southern lines, declared far enough on both sides to allot ren's Home society, the canning clubshe employment under the government for
visitors
by 3 refrigerator cars, about 450 bush- )eing quite a number of pres the roads of his section were prosper- scholarship fund, the endowment appointment. In government placesthe
f interesting for the old
'nt. Mrs. Booth is a most room a parkway, gutter und, and now the additional pride of
els. Prices averaged $2.50. and would continue to make money civil service commission will fur-
peaker and is also the author .of f 3us will be filled up, and a year from nov elping with the Royal Palm park, be-
: It was raining Tuesday forenoon anc Dumber of books that have been wide- sven under present conditions, but that we will forget that the present un ides other important affairs. nish the examinations. For work under -
i the rather Heavy shipment was a surprise -I 'v read, among them are "Branded," without an advance in rates they sightly place ever existed. "The rural schools in this section are private concerns doing work for
;J to many. 'Look Up and Hope," "After Prison- 'could not grow." The prime need of ; he special care of the various clubs, the; government of the Uftifed States
1 Wednesday-By express, 284 bushels What?" "Wanted-Antiseptic Chns- Southern: railroads, he said, was capi- nd many a teacher's heart is glad- the: employment en-ice's tightjr sta-
1 ; no refrigerator car sent out Lians," tal, and this could not be obtained BRITISH HOSPITAL SHIP SUN< 'ened by the attention of some club tions throughout the United States j
Price averaged $2.50 per bushel. Quite a number of Starke peoplf"Nent vith earnings capacity curtailed as under WITHOUT WARNING. lember. The entire section is ready : will be solely engaged and co-operate
I The strawberries have not;. beer. out to hear Mrs. Booth, among : present conditions. B. F. Bush, o do their bit in helping make a suc- with the civil service commission.

njuch in demand of late, hence the low 'hem being Mr. and Mrs. T.Will N. LiraSaugh -' receiver of the Missouri Pacific, told LONDON, March 27.-The Britis' ess of the 'Woman's Edition.' "These plans propose utilizing the j

, prices. The reason for the inactivity ,, Mrs. Emily Philips, J.an W! he commission that unless there was hospital ship Asturias was torpedoe' machinery already in exist<$ice to meet f
Colley, I
: of the market here is the softness of Raiford Epperson Mr. ,and Ray Mrs. J. T. Quig- i general advance in freight rates without warning, it was officially an VNDREW KINARD A SUICIDE the immediate needs of the govern j
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\ndrews, WHITE.
the them from alternative-govern- nounced today. Thirty-one person NEAR FORT for workers and not in i
II berries, which prevents Mrs. N. Quigley, Miss there was but one ment lV-; anyway
Mr. and
;a reaching the Northern markets in good, 'ey,unolia, Vaughn, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs ment ownership. were killed and twelve are missing.It interfere with the plans being developed I
when the As
that
.t shape. While many believe that lack T. M. Alvarez, Mr. N. T. Ritch, Vivi- is understood LAKE CITY, March 26.-Andrew by the subcommittee of the '
1 of sufficient potash in the soil keeps -ette Floyd, Margaret Long, Mr. and COTTON PRICE SOARS UPWARD. turias wounded.was torpedoed She had she disembarked was carryin:: Cinnard, a farmer living near Fort advisory commit3ion of ;h* council of Ii
no
$1 the berries from hardening up, other Mrs. F. A. Scott Mrs. Mary Weeks. considerable number of wounded at Vhite, in this county, committed sui- national defense oValing with the mobilization '1

1 My that the same has happened in by Thomas Limbaugh and Sheriff w. J. The price of sea island cotton keeps British port and was on a return voy I ide some time Saturday afternoon in of laboi\," !} { .

gone years when the plants were well Epperson. going upward. The latest published age with some 300 persons aboard. 7hat is known as the Kinard school- '--1 .
4 applied with potash, and they believe quotations from the Savannah market 'ouse near his home, by shooting him- and barked at t'-'em: ; an iivestigation
t the softness is caused by some tempo- NOTICE. : shows that the best grade of the sta- not tempt Bradford county farmers t, %elf with a 22-calibre rifle, the ball en- revealed the fwts a* a&re stated.: :.

try condition of soil or atmosphere. Revds./W. F. LaRowe and W. T. McGuire ole was selling at 60 cents. The sup- neglect forage and food crops. Every ering in the side just below the heart. Judge Gillen heft an inqujst over the :
which will be'of only revival at Starke and it behoove his wife and brothr body Sunday evfning, the fury finding
it; not understood, will begin a oly is pretty well used up and there is thing else will be high Sunday morning -
i! short duration. Be this as it may, the it the Christian church on Wednes- to believe that the pricewill the farmer to raise something to tin went to the schoolhouse to get some that he came tohis death *rom a self-

,:.J. growers are hopeful of a better state I I day night, April 4. All strangers invited. citizens very be reason high next fall, but this should on. water, when his dog,came to the door inflicted wound with suiciaI.intent.V .
.f of affairs-soon. and Christians are

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY 3!.VRClj
PAGE TWO BRADFORD 3* ,,,.,
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ff LETTER FROM, RECRUITING OF-I ARTILLERYMAN WOUNDED WHITE MAN ; EcR06" '

"MADE NEW MAN FICER.U. .
SAVE.OW S LIIt.
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t CIVIC DEPARTMENT j] I By Men Who Were Trying to Tamper ._=!

S. Naval Recruiting Station, With U. S. Guns. Judge J. A Rolen: *. ) k

OF ME SAYS 514 P. 0. Building, Atlanta Ga. I Peace at Loll; 5e. wb ustioe ia of i
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Editor Telegraph-Our navy today is PORTLAND, Me., March 24.-Private yesterday, hr,vhf :I the the,, ..,,:
Fi: "Everybody-Altogether!" That is I|I NEW VERSION OF OLD HYMN.TLe in urgent need of 22,000 men to man John Poor, a coast artillerymanat of a negro L tr.- r..nft' Lee _.

the keynote of the Clean Up and Paint its ships. In other words, we are short Fort William, was shot and proba- .: on SaturdaY, lg t t'- ii. Fib.Wx t

Up campaign.DO ( folloW'mgerEeS have been THISJiNGINEERG. just enough men to man twenty-two bly fatally wounded early yesterday .white man, ";. ('yn, ,. a r? On ;
sent in by a lady, name unknown. We dreadnaughts of the Pennsylvaniaclass morning while attempting to capturetwo T. & J. rear 'j.. lcp : the-__
SOMETHING FOR YOUR TOWN thank her heartily for her kind wishes our latest type of battleship. men who made their way into the Webb. O"ATd F,'., as'one\ _
and hope that when the proper time I I When it is considered that there are at reservation despite a heavy guard, and the latter: hd, s! d -1'1e ,
comes-and no sooner-her desires I T. NEWMAN WAS IN BAD present only 60,000 men in the navy it and who were near one of the batteriesof belonging to ttt andrplud

The Clean Up and Paint Up movement may be gratified, except the toting of '. may be realized what this shortage of twelve-inch gups. The men escaped.. debt. This lid: ',t -Ultl"ebb! 01,,;.,
will do much to make our town an apronful of heavy paving brick HEALTH TEN YEARS. SAYS men means in the way of preparedness met Mr. fltr.w'! zf ICI'' :' &ad" _

healthy and beautiful if each citizen through all eternity.-Ed.) of our fleet. At this critical time afternoonhim and: dtr.andtthat '\
does his full share in the home, school, TANLAC DID HIM MORE in our national life it is of the utmost DEATH FROM ACCIDENT. forfused the : wInch che Ja he far ;,

shop, church and neighborhood.It I want to be an angel, GOOD THAN ANYTHING importance that the navy-our first Lang Wilson, 37 years of age, diedat to do They met Cyr f
will be a school of good citizen And with the angels stand; line of defense-be recruited up to '"pital according to Rt'rn55rg ,Ebb Ii4'
full of brick, full strength.The the Alachua County friday to Fibeash With a tuff' CIJDe ,,
ship. Let everyone take a hand in the My apron paving ELSE. I
campaign. A tax receipt in my hand.I duty of filling the navy rests midnight from inj -i\ed an oath, "I ell: make 8vemmge '
primarily with the citizens of this on Wednesday at Grai -> "lor.ey or mare: ;- ubu i:1l1le.: Pan
and American citizen was at work in Abenr' : "r gun. ; ;f I y
,
want to be an angel, country every
WHAT TO DO TO MAKE YOUR "This Tanlac is certainly a railroadman's going to liI
.
And then to Heaven go; who is worthy of the name should do Mr. Wilson was struc! i '- '
TOWN CLEAN. medicine, and that is all there is I
Where sewerage is not needed, to it," said W. G. T. Newman, a well- his part in helping to man our ships.i I a slab thrown from th tit J I,hittinr tI .
And milk and honey flow. Ship have been built for the defenseof was horribly mashc ?he neck
;-$ known W. & A. engineer J'I and
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.. our country, and now it is to the IIIICt
Get busy. "ies, sir," fie continued, it has up [I rushed him with all u. '>' T I art 1z Jt not befOlt
r Bat the rat. Then all insurance agentsI'd simply made a new man out of me andI people to man them. There is no time',pital in this city, where c. ,. I I ,I h.-1 !tm and I1ftid.

: Use the hoe.Don't keep out-if I could; can now mount my engine and feelas to lose. If the navy is"called, we want possible was done for him, but he u.. I rl f othe. left
I I'd tell them that the walls were stone unit of the fleet to out fully I -
every go
knock. I did when I first got ;:> 43 Ii iard.
of flimsy wood. young as my nanned 'with trained er regained consciousness and passedj ,
And not men.
< Swat the fly. run, and I expect to take it along with "e-JJStfreRobertiin
j
Friday night. -
for time here is a prevalent idea among civilians j away paneled a L :!:*-'s jury., which
Plant flowers. And then I'te planned to take the rest me on my engine some to that "the only time to render j Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, the parents : after examirjr.s ,the Aihessesbro jury,
come. .
j Plant flowers. I've longed for on this earth; "I had been suffering from a mean, service to your country is in time of i were with him, and accompanied the I in a verdict If J; tit atle hom.icidi.-
_! I Rake the yard. I'd beg the Lord to let me have nagging stomach trouble for ten or war" Also there has been so much .lody, which had been prepared for bur Gainesville 5ur.

: I Kill the germs. At least a dollar's worth. twelve years, and Tanlac was the only talk to the effect that we can rise up ;ial by the Thomas Undertaking Con ',,;1

Burn the rubbish. dedicated to thing I ever got hold of to give mean in our might overnight and send forth [i pan), to Graham Saturday morning Plea Cured Ir. o to 14 Dtyj 1'{j
Plan for a garden. Fumigated, donated and relief. an invincible navy and army that j I You dntriit TT/I:
v where the funeral took place. It was readorer
;.1 Clean up everything.Go the Bradford County Telegraph free, "My doctor said I had acid stomach, some believe it. Such false ideas are a sad and shocking accident.-Gair.es- OINTMENT fsJ!1 t- <. .. artaae Ollkkaq If.UQ, fl
after the garbage. gratis, for nothing, by a well wisher and I he right, because I to be deplored and should be dispelled ': Bhnd.EleediBBCrce_ Ktt u 6la ;
guess was Tie first
strike ville Sun. a fpUca% a I"t p..oe and iatS'PERUNA
future or no
Paint up, inside and out. for its prosperity always had a sour taste in my mouth, at once. Men for the nary must be ,I| ,-:1
I Help make town healthy, strike. and constantly belching trained before they can render their t'
your was up sour -------- -- -- ='
j and country efficient service.It t
wealthy happy. gases.
'
I, WHITE WASH. "My digestion was awful and some- is urged on all leaders of com- ",; ,

t CLEAN UP HINTS FOR HOUSE The following formula is printed for times my food just seemed to lay in'my munity thought to consider seriouslythe in Your Home ,:
i HOLDERS. those who desire to use white wash stomach like lead, and that gas critical situation, the imperative i!
{ the "Clean and Paint Up" would form and I would have full need of the navy, the necessity to be';
during: Up a A housewife must give the first aid in coMs!
campaign.One bloated feeling that would last for prepared to act quickly and to cooperate I j coughs and r
i Garbage-This is food waste only. bushel quicklime. Slake with hours. Sometimes my stomach would with recruiting officers in putting i other ailments. Her promptness in applying the remedy often

: Always keep it in a metal can with a hot water. Dissolve 2 pounds common swell up so I could hardly get my I the facts squarely before the peo saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led

:, tight cover. Do not let flies get into table salt in 2 gallons of water and breath. At other times I would have pIe. her to know that PERUNA is always reliable that she should

it. add; also 1 bar of cheap soap dissolved. -; pains in my back over my kidneys that No more patriotic service can be have it on hand for the immediate treatment tf coughs '

Rubbish-This includes ashes, bottles Make a paste of one pint of flour I would almost bend me double. ;. rendered than to help make the navywhat colds, and that it is always to and
tin cans, junk and house sweep- and 1 gallon boiling water and add "I was tired and worn out most all is required in size.Respectfully. .

ings. Always keep it in boxes or bar- to the above mixture, also blueing suf- the time and was so nervous I would George herThe 1
rels of size. ficient to give a white tint. Thin to almost scream, and was easily fretted. H. R. KELLER. -' 41>Water FamilySafeguard
,, Waste average Panpr-This should be kent proper consistency. Then again I would have headaches II I Lieut. (J. G.) U. S. Navy.GOVERNOR !"WehaveaMdPermaia!hL Wi!.. writes-:

Put and felt. sore all. over. our family
from rubbish. Always keep it dry. -
_CA ITS ..GIVESHIS for number of
GERMANS ESCAPE FROM CRUISERS 1 bought lanlac because of the high a
it in burlap bags or tie it up in bundles testimonials of SON AN OFFICE.TALLAHASSEE rean. cad fcavt
my railroad friends, ;
INTO MEXICO. at found it a perfectly
If kept in the basement it should and I can understand now why they I reli&ble mMwin*
never be near the furnace nor under all allowed their names to be published. ; ItlOODridsthemThe experience of one
BROWNSVILLE March 26. The Fla., March 24.- tra of ur trace*
the stairs. I think it is a medicine that everybody of accJd. tod woman, given herewith is
Lots-The two escaped members of the interned (Special)-E. D. Catts, a son of Governor jmee. ,
i i Vacant owners of vacant should know about, because I recta MT10QJ CODtypical of thousands of letters .
of the two German cruisers at it Catts, has been appointed naval 'eqoences.
j lots are responsible for keeping them crews has done me more good than every 1 that reach
f betas h
I clean. Do not throw your rubbish or Philadelphia, crossed the Rio Grande other medicine I have taken put stores inspector at large succeeding r""tryt'rb'ch yn1' the Perana
garbage in these lots. It is not pxl two miles below Brownsville Saturdayand together. Mr. Eggart of DeFuniak Springs, I I tuflered with a Company from grateful '

f' citizenship and is a menace to your are at Matamores, Mexico op- "My appetite is good now and ev- whose office was held at the pleasure I but had not been very MT -'S-ua many. i .eceauy.rears. friends who have found their '.
health. Try to get them cleaned : posite here. erything I eat agrees with me. I of the governor. The headquarters of Since I hare taken Pem&a iuc--;n' in PIT homes isccirpietc -
jp This information was received at Ft. am not nervous any more either and young Catts will be at DeFuniak I throat has discontinued and my head: and DOS and -
and see if you can put in a garden. Brown tonight and the American offi- are not to topped 09 in the morning. lam theiifamily
i Fire Dangers-Clear out all wastepaper can take more interest in everything. Springs. He is to serve under Pader- pleased with the molts and shall continue u safety ia! .
cers have taken the matter up with That's what this medicine has done for I use it anal am entirely catarrh..
f and rubbish of any kind in your the Mexican officials. The two men me." ick, a son-in-law of the governor. "1 heartily recommend it u an rjnr>*f y *rV'iyjt* danger withoutPERUNA '

attic or basement. Never blockade are said to be members of the crew of )Ir. Newman ,who made the above, I What It doea for her it U ready to do tar roo.

1 fire escapes, halls or stairways. the Kron Prinz Wilhelm. The men statement has been an engineer on the AMERICAN LINER ST. LOUIS Colds
and
i escaped last week and swam the river W. & A. railroad between Atlanta and REACHES PORT SAFELY. Catarrh

i TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR THE below here. What action the Mexican Dalton for the past twelve years, and The great weight of testimony that has
accumu 1
officials will take is not known.THIRTYONE J
has hundreds .1
CLEAN UP CA11P AIGS. of friends all along that
lated in the 44 that PER
division, and his home WASHINGTON, March 26.-The years UNA has been on the !
at in
f DEAD IN STORM. I will be glad to hear of his Dalton, American liner St. Louis, the first I market proves it,beyond question to be the reliable fAmily rem {It j
', Love your neighbor's lot as you do I restoration to health. complete American ship to cross the Atlantic } edy, ever ready to take preventing the serious effects of colds, f !

i your own, but be sure to love your 1 Taniac is sold since the unrestricted German subma-, coughs: grip and derangements of the digestive organs. This !
NEW ALBANY, Ind., March 24.- by leading druggistsof rine campaign was announced, has arrived proof is published from time to time and many families have F i'1
t leading cities in the South
own.Don't While reports continue to in from ; by D. C. profited by it
f cpme safely at her destination, Secre-
plant tomato cans and rubbish the stricken district it is j Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler by ...... 14
now known retary Daniels announced.WONDERFUL m a*alb- fEICTA h uUa Infer *. AJICII. rcttr It .
on unused land. Their fruits are withered that there are thirty-one deaths and i Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in rtajMMJbtbitrfMicMrtntfMaaacti.The i

civic pride. approximately two hundred injured, ;J' Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy;; Pernaa Company, Colombo, OLio
I Don't allow yourself or your city to while valuable property has been'in' Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in STUFF! .

create dumps. Waste can be made to damaged to the extent of a million dollars '!'Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com- LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS -
pay for its own destruction at a profit. as a result of yesterday after- !pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylor i

Don't allow tumbled down buildings noon's storm which swept over this ,and in Sampson City by C. A. Smith.Advertisement I
I+
to stand on valuable land. They section. It is unofficially stated that'
i are -
I financially wasteful, create filth, invite I the death list may be increased when Apply a Few Drops Then Lift I r. III.
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the
wrecked buildings are cleared JI
I vice and are to life. up.
a menace
Corns or Callu"es Off With
As the abated
r i soon as storm a call :! Sympathy.
A fence that has
ceased to be
a was made on the governor for state \ That man has the widest Influence Men and Money MattersWe
1
fence and Fingers No Pain.No
'I has become an offense should troops and these arrived early in the who has the deepest sympathy, for .
.' t I
,: ,j' be repaired or destroyed.Unregulated evening and are now on duty. Help J .Ben open their hearts to sympathy ,
advertising on unused came from Jeffersonville and also from
:; land pays for the maintenance of a Louisville across the Ohio river. The i Emerson u flowers open to the sun. Sail humbug! Any corn, whether .

1 public nuisance. injured were carried off to the Louis- j" : "Tis good to ghe a hard, soft or between the toes, will .;

II .Two gardens may grow where one 'rule hospitals while hundreds of the I stranger Tie better& meal, or a night's lodging. loosen right up and lift out, without a I have all heard this or that individual remark :R::

dump has bloomed before. homeless were cared for and given to be hospitable to his good particle of pain or soreness. "I don't know
meaning and thought, and ; where my money goes. ;
give
food shelter.
'; School gardens are valuable ad- and courage This drug is called freezone and is a
-I I juncts to education and recreation. West Union, a sub-division in the to a companion." compound of ether discovered by a It just slips through my fingers."
northeastern section of the city, bore
Cincinnati
They can be cultivated man.
t on an open lot.
the brunt of the storm. Here the wind
t Let the children play on the unused Ask at any drug store for a small F
swept a path two blocks wide and There is
{ IS LEGISLATURE bottle of freezone no reason for such a remark to be IRECIPROCITY
land
so they may become: strong and more than a mile long, demolishing I which will cost buta
I keep out of the hands of the law. residences, several factories and de- trifle, but is sufficient to rid one's voiced by individuals who meet obligations by '.

: Let not an inch of land be kept in stroying a negro school building. feet of every corn or callus. check.

.,' 1 t idleness: It has a divine right to bear Reports are coming in from other FOR OR AGAINST? Put a few drops directly upon any > f

I fruit and flowers and ever serve the places in southern Indiana indicatinggreat tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly '{

,t ; highest interest of man.f life. devastation and possibly loss of the soreness disappears and shortly Money in the Bank and the check-book in ;,
the corn or callus will loosen and the
pocket is the profitable '
systematic methodof
I GRATIFYING RESULTS FOLLOWA I TIMES-UNION it can be lifted off with the fingers.
EDITION
LITTLE CLEANING UP. FLORIDA CANNING CLUB SONG APRIL This drug freezone doesn't eat out handling business, household or personal

t 1ST. OFFERS ANOTHER the corns or calluses but shrivels them funds.

t- Cities and towns throughout the (Tune "Tipperary.") SPLENDID FEATURE. without skin.even irritating the surrounding t

country will soon have a season of gen- There's a great state in the Union, Just think! No pain at all
eral renovation: by individuals. Theyear's It is Florida know. I ; no sore-
you Just where does Florida's ness or smarting when I t
t it
accumulation' of rubbish is to She is new gov- applying
coming, quickly coming
f be j j ernor stand on questions that will viI or afterwards. If your druggist don't
I gathered up and set out ready for |Just watch her grow. Bank of Starke
tally affect your: income? Will he be have freezone have .
[ the him order it for
municipal collectors. Yards are Every man here has a chance I able to control the .I \
,., I to be put in order, houses and outbuildings To make good if he will, Son.as controlled congress legislature? as Wil-! y ou. ((62) .. .

I are to be painted, fences and For we all join hands here to help him Who are the men STARKE
the
composing 191
j j
.f sheds to be repaired, vacant lots to be His high hopes fulfill.There's 1 Senate and house? For what and for Tfcs aristae flat DOM Not foveae TIle Head FLORIDA

cleared of weeds and everything to be I whom do they stand? Are their Became of Its tonic and laxative effect LAX L
f made spick a county in this great state eral ideas gen- TIVE BK0MO QUININE u better than ordinary I.
and fresh
span, and whole- That is leading the van- opposed to or in accord with Quinine and<< does not cam nervocs!s ncr
some and altogether delightful. It is your needs and views Will they work nceior in head. Remember the full tame and
That is to say, all this will be done You Bradford-need should we tell you? in harmony throughout? look for the '1 D':lIre oiw.. GROVE. Vf. -
know
it to
f if every householder does what is expected We are planning to push a her man.higher, The April 1st edition of the Florida
; of him the Times-Union will carry the photograph
i by cleaning and Then watch
up her she
as
mounts.
_
and short _
t. i paint up committees which are con Rah! Rah! Rah for Bradford county, the a lift sketch of members of I rf n
senate and house, soon to I II II
the convene
r ducting campaign. The county that counts. at Tallahassee.The I
i And why should it not be done The Times-Union Ii
,
expense for each home will not be There's a great band of girls newspaper, carries the Florida's full Associated great I

/ great, the labor need not be hard, and Who fill the county. Press service. Complete !

t the result will be something for all of And They belong to the Canning Club ments have been made to report arrange-the ,

us to enjoy and perhaps to brag about. here they are, you see, legislative session and print the daily
They
For a clean city is eminently desirable, Just are happy, for they are busy proceedings in detail. I I

not so much because of its greater at- as busy as can be, The extra session of congress will ; I
Making better
brighter homes ,
all be
covered
tractions, although that alone will be around us- completely. Also sports, :I
worth all the effort, but because of its Better, brighter for and markets, live stock, editorials, etc. The
increased healthfulness. you me. most important events in the world's : That
Dirt breeds is a big word
.
,. disease, and ,cleanliness is the first And the Club Boys-Don't forget them history The Times-Union are now taking place daily. I some of you young folks need a dictionary ;/
principle of sanitation. For we never do- will be sent you to get the full meaning.
daily and
So let us all join and make our town They are planning through the Corn months for Sunday only $3.33.during But the next send six in i I ;

shine like a boy's face after the maternal To make Clubs your subscription to the Times-Union Well, you sell us YOUR goods, then you buy OUR goods :
scrub. Let us dig down into our dreams come true. Jacksonville ,
the i promptly. Write today. and we have
dark They are planning to keep our -Adv. more money to buy your goods.
corners of our basements and i Always at the county Again, if a !_
front-
closets, throw out all the old rags and I I Rah! Rah! Rah! for Bradford : buys your goods when you can't sell them somewhere else ':'
wash the county, ,
papers fly and
screens The
put county that counts! in all fairness him
them in place get busy with the paint I llrthod.Thtr : give at least a CHANCE to buy them wfien

brush and the pruning knife and the is DO one able or.taxlou tc you can sell to someone else. [ .
lawn mower and then the result will l Canning Club Yells. <*nj the nine of a method. But there ; ::

be gratifying. Florida Florida can, Floridp can, art many who realise that method is i A hint to the wise is sufficient: We have t
girls the
can can, can can. not goods and the _
everything, and that strict adherence :
Can :
right
they can! Yes and
they prices
can. to It sometimes we can use your produce
become.
a nuis I
Agreed With Him. Can What? (Spoken)
Roar husband Ii looking so nnefc Can can. ance. There Is a madness in hard and j "r
better fast rules. The strict adherence te l
nowadays Mrs. Nurlcb. Tea, I
if i the new treatment. He'. been trying Rip, Rap Roo, some method Is almost as bad u hatIng N. B.
some immunity bathe.t ."-Buffalo Who Florida? Who? Who? no method at alL We should remember HULL STARKE : FLA.l
Poultry Clubockadoodlecioo that I .
Express.ft our actions hire at an ,
times to be guided by c1rcumJt&DceI. }

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1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAG15 THREE
L FRIDAY, MARCH 30 I
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I wounds that caused the death of Drig- of our mail routes go will be the cause surface a tthe rate of about three anda brother, D. C. Chase, returned (
-- ] gers were inflicted on last Saturday for their discontinuance. Postmaster half miles per hour, and will plow Palatka Tuesday, and said that i
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. afternoon. Driggers and Brannen had Irvine says that for some time the department about five acres per day, turning it brother had been reduced to a
; ...: I fought with fists only twice that afternoon has been pushing him for a over to a depth of 12 inches. The skeleton during his illness and that
and were fighting for the third report on these roads, and that he had Pierce Sawgrass, is one of the richest is in a pitiable condition. The
time when Brannen began the use of hope'd to see some sections of road in sections in Florida, with more than a'' tunuate man and his family hive
[Live State News ]I II' his pocket knife which inflicted the. better shape before being compelled to thousand acres, much of which is own- .friends here who deeply s)' I
.t: wounds that resulted in the death of make his report. And, basing opinionon ed and cultivated by Bradentown peo- with them. 'i i '
Driggers. Both men were probably what the department usually requires ple. These gentlemen have a contractor .
under the influence of liquor at the as a rural delivery road, it plowing about four hundred acres
,. Told by Our Exchanges. I time and propably had been for several looks discouraging for the Lake City of this particular tract. Bad Colds From Sudden Changes.Spring (1)M
I days. routes. brings all kinds! of{
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i FORMER STARK MAX IX BAD
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and with it come colds and ttw
-
PLANT CITY.-Will Ingram, a MAYO. Information was received FIX. of winter coughs and hoarseness.
killed his wife here in ne-I LAKE CITY.-There is real dangerof BRADENTOWN. Messrs Sharp & Bell's Pine Tar Honey will head
'er*, who here Tuesday by telephone late in the M. Chase, of
and made his escape, returned to this afternoon that Scott Brannen had killed thjs city losing much of its excellent Hutches have purchased a Bullock Ca- George formerly new cold or stop the old one,the ::
city last week and gave himself up to M. J. Driggers. None of the particulars rural mail delivery-in which terpillar Tractor with which they are Starke, now of Palatka, lies very ill at ing balsams relieve the sore throat :
the city inarshal.TAMPA.The. could be learned until deputy case people living on the routes would plowing in the Pierce Sawgrass, southof his home,his ailment being a tumor of heal the irritated tissues Get a
sheriff Dan Mathis and Robt. Lancaster have to come to the Lake City postof- this city, using three-disk plow. ,'the brain. The tumor has affected his tIe today and start a treatment at
fice to get their mail. There is strong The nature of the soil is such that 'eyesight until he is almost blind. Sev-
Formula
fruit from the coun- returned last Wednesday afternoon probability that the deplorable condi- mules could not be used, but this big 'I'eral physicians have given him up, At your druggist 25c.
ty groves was placed in cold storage, from the scene of the killing. The tion of the mail roads over which some I machine waddles along over the soft and he is not expected to live. His I the bottle.
and the county received $1,000 more I
for its oranges and grapefrurt than if
sold before the-recent freeze. UUflflJWUjWUWUUWWUWUWUWLflJUWIui'Oat ,

OCALA.-Mosquitoes will eventually -
be a thing of the past in civilized

ida these communities., and pests the than This number many city towns has is constantly fewer in Flor-of rin in as er a e '

growing less.WAUCHULA.The. -P------' e en an : :

future of this
city never looked brighter than it does
today. There is prospects of one of
the largest and best truck crops in r. OF THE r.
the history of the town and prices are LOOK LOOK !
record breakers. We have the pros- 1 1 I-
pects for a larger crop of citrus fruit FOR THE FOR TilE
than most sections of Florida, and altogether -
the indications are that we RIGHT PLACE RIGHT PLACE I.
will have one of the best years in the New York Store UNTIL YOU FIND IT
history of the town. UNTIL YOU FIND IT


effect MIAMI.that-the Alarming Long-Key rumors extension to the of ... The New York Store [ The New York Store

the Florida East Coast railway was
to be blown up caused the company to

request Company that M a of squad the Florida of militia National from Fla Fla.
Lawtey LAWTEY FLA.Latey I
Guard concrete be causeway detailed to south patrol of the Marathonand costly J I iI'

in accordance with the request, ,.
Capt. Wiggington ordered 12 men of ,
his company to proceed'at once to
Marathon and take up guard duty for


chantable the ODESSA.-Over protection lumber of the cut 22,000 extension.from feet one of Florida mer- To Protect You Against Rising Cost.


cypress tree is believed to be the rec- ;
ord for the state, if not for the cypress
of the Last week,
the giant sections Union monster Cypress of country.the Company swamps cut which one We bought early and have ready now fully 5,000 pairs of the newest,


had getting four been full more sixteen-feet deadened than ten more cuts feet than and in diameter a obtain-year, Spring and Summer Footwear for Men, Women and Children.

ing four solid cars of lumber, or more 1
than 22,000 feet from the tree. The ?
lumber was valued at 1265.

TALLAHASSEE. city will be We earnestly advise immediate buying. The prices at which we are : ;
prepared to'take care of all visitors
during the annual convention of the them based their several 1, ',
costs months
offering now on
Florida State Good Roads Association, ago, represent .
to be held in the Capital City April

ers 11th are and expected 12th. Many to make automobile the trip own-in practically the present wholesale price of shoes. f

their cars from their homes. The
'roads of Leon county, surrounding 4;
Tallahassee, have been put in splen- i

did red pleasure condition clay to hills all.and of old touring Leon""amid will be the a Space is limited, so we are just mentioning a few of these wonderful


Tampa PLANT brick CITY.-The highway claimed Plant another City- values we have to xoffer you to prove to you what we have I ,


victim C. Yates the Saturday southeastern, a well-known afternoon boundary farmer when,of livingon Jas.this received in Spring and Summer Footwear. Sale begins : :

city, was killed instantly, and Mrs; .I.Ii
Yates, who was riding beside him in i:
their Ford roadster, sustained injuriesof
a serious nature. The accident occurred Mar. 24
about a mile west of Mango, on Saturday 1917'i
a tangent perfectly clear, but was due
to collision when another Ford ma- ,
chine,going in the direction of Tampa, i
attempted to pass the car driven by

Mr. Yates. AND CONTINUES THROUGH COMING EASTER EVE t ,

TAVARES.-That the watermeloncrop
in this section will be larger than .
ever known before is certain, is a
statement made by Robert Atlantic Taylor Coast, sta- A SPECIAL UNHEARD OF BARGAIN FOR LADIES AND MISSES Ladies' Brown Kid, Pearl Kid, Russet Leather, Patent Colonial J -

tistical Line railway agent, who for the has been here for 350 pairs Ladies Mary Jane Patent Leather Slippers, Latest style, Pumps. All Latest Styles in Oxfords-Famous Mayflower Make

vegetable several days and making fruit situation.a survey Mr.of Taylor the- Sizes from 2 to 8, value today, market price, $2.80. Will go for m -Values from $4.00 to $5.00. We are offering same, --for.'$2.95--." ;{

finds that there are 10,600 acres in this Spring Opening Sale at $1.50. GREAT SHOWING IN OUR SPRING DRESS GOODS.

watermelons will be shipped, the from product this from point.which He 1,200 pairs Tennis Shoes for Men.Women and Children, value today We have a Wonderful Assortment in all sizes and widths of Shoes-

says that acreage around Leesburgand market price 75 cents. Will go at this Spring Opening Sale for
other Lake county towns is also From AA to EE-so we can fit you. You are invited to come and ,
large. only 59 cents. be convinced.

t .300 Ladies Washable Skirts, latest make of fancy Madras, Splash IMPORTANT-Mill and Jobs and Cloth Remnants-Bought for Cash

PENSACOLA.-That this city is Veils, Poplin and assorted Linens, value from $2 to $3, will go at and Nearly Given Away.

suffering shown from by statements a partial meat gained shortageis from this Spring Opening Sale I for 98 cents. EXQUISITE NEW MILLINERY 1 FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN

wholesale houses and retail merchants 275 pairs of Men's Work Pants, in all sizes, value from $2 to $2.50, _-,-
which claim that threats of strike delayed will at this Spring Opening Sale for only 95 cents. REMNANTS-rConsisting: of Fancy Veils, Fancy Madras, Splash Veils, j
have not yet go
shipments and cars
Corded Veils All
Bleachings Ginghams and to
reached the city. Car shortage also Glazed, Kid, Grey Vamps, White, Kid Top Washable Canvas Boots Price.of Aprons
is blamed for the condition, and it is W' sell for Cash at Half
of Western White and all Colors I io Latest Styles.I Value I $6.00 to $8.00. '
even stated that a scarcity
EXTRA SPECIAL SALE OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
meats renders. it difficult to supply are offering same for $3.95, $2.95 and $1.95.
some of the demand. Beef, has, the advanced cheapest -- One Lot of 400 pair of Ladies' Oxfords of Good Quality. Values from The Ready to Wear Department is Full to Overflowing of the Newest

on meat the now local procurable market, during the past $3.00 to $4.00 per pair. To be sacrificed to our customers.SPEThings and it would take a page to describe them, and then you

few weeks, making. some notable CIAL only until Easter Eve, $1.95. would not know. Come and see them, inspect for yourself and

strides last week.HASTINGS.Hastings. We are offering equally as big values in Men's and Children's Shoes choose your wants from our New and Up-to-Date Models. Special .

farmers are at Sacrificing Prices. Sales in every Department of the Big,Readyto-Wear Sections.

anticipating with the best of reasons ,
the most profitable crop in the historyof

toes scarcity potato will and without growing high doubt in price this create of section.old a pota-The tremendous We Are Looking For You to Come In And See For Yourself. 3 3i!

demand for the Hastings
product,which assures a market whichit 3I
is practically certain-averages I
higher for the entire season than that e
of any former season. Buyers have and Get First Choice.
appeared on the scene already and of- Come Early
fers for entire crops have been madeat "
$5 per barrel straight for Is, 2s and r



3s.ship JACKSONVILLE.Frieda Leonhardt is the moved German. from 1 a

her present anchorage opposite the THE NEW YORK STOREILAWFEY
municipal light plant, such as is the
intention of the Board of Port Com-
missioners, she will not move under
her own power, according to accurate
information in the hands of the Me-
tropolis,,as the machinery of the ves-
sel is said to have been irreparably
damaged. When,how and why the en- FLA.
gines of the ship were damaged is not ,
known. However, according to infor-
mation believed to be entirely trust- .
worthy, though unofficial, the Frieda .i
Leonhardt is in a disabled condition. ,


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:-_ : i! 1:: ;4l.et Taia caisii C -.L and friends that they hope to be better

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. state rad &par2 rt. Tiis: ceparts W'7.X of :e !:a- r3e : = :-: a t'':::3 C,1I. L !::: .. >:4> a.. rt-: ?r a.'gr-g: = *T!ry 5 r- big of Saddles, Bridles, Conan and Harness. J

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FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 1917.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.
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' '" G. C. Livingston has cleared up the IN HONOR OF REV. AND MRS. H. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. The Methodist ....
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part of his land that was covered with G. DENISON. Missionary Society
' bushes and vines and now has a good- will meet next Thursday afternoon, at .
Ii IBitsofLoca l sized field east of his residence. A Rev. M. M. Fryer, minister. 3 o'clock, at the church. '

] neat new tenant house has lately been Last Friday evening, the membersof Sunday school, 10 a. m. The U. D. C. will meet next Wednesday 1; 1'

erected on its eastern edge. the Presbyterian church and a few Evening service, 7:15 p. m. afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at the
invited guests gathered at the manse residence of Mrs. W. L. Wall,
Sermon the
by t
for a farewell social affair in honorof rector suitable for :
Information JL The express car that was set out on Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Denison who Palm Sunday. The Presbyterian Ladies quid will -i
the "house" track last I, meet next Tuesday afternoon, at 3 "
Friday night, are much beloved in church and social The public is cordially invited. I
to receive Saturday's strawberry ship- circles here. o'clock, at the residence of Mis. J. M. i. 'i

c-WI On ?... .. a./uu .., ment, was filled with an odor as froma Mr. and Mrs. Denison Mrs. TO THE Truby. ?
and C. PUBLIC.
M w.Cma e.r T. bar-room, and no wonder. It held W. Liddon received the guests, and L .:

175 of those large crates furnished by shortly before eight o'clock the large Dear Friends- FIFTEEN BALES OF SEA &LAND I j
the express to Jacksonville -What would Starke
liquor disseminators company reception room and dining room were I. be without picture show COTTON SOLD BY STATE.t iY ft
which had been filled with friends of this popular min- a ? We have
Rev.John Mullady of Hampton, was Miss Cleo Mitchell spent last Sat- gathered up in adjoining states and ister and his wife. Rev. W. G. Law labored faithfully to give good service
brought back to Jacksonville empty, here. Traveling men are surprised at TALLAHASSEE March 3.-The h
in town Wednesday.Small urday in Jacksonville. of the Baptist church, and Rev. M. M. ,
and sent to Starke mistake. pictures shown in town of this i
by Several Fryer, of the Episcopal church, also a size. board of state institutions, composed

shipments of cabbage are going *Mrs. R. A. Barbour and children, went citizens into who the like "a and drop"had occasionally and, Dr. E. T. Campbell gave farewell talks little While city we with are paved striving streets to acquire a of all the members of the cabinet, and 'IJ
car etc.
good ,
forward from here daily. who have been visiting her mother, sufficient sniff. a regarding the retiring pastor of the willing to let the only place al'eyou of headed by the governor as chairman: ,
Mrs. Angie Sternburg, returned to her Presbyterian church. Mrs. Denison has entertainment die for want of this week sold fifteen bales 01 Sea Island ;t

J. F. Canova has purchased the J. ; home in Jacksonville last Sunday.The [for the past year been president of the age? patron- cotton for fifty-five cents a poundthe
BOOKS NEEDED Ladies Aid, and proved herself to be j jI r
Jones cottage on Walnut street. j| We have drawn on outside resourceauntil cotton having been produced on
Hamp Demorest Stock Co., after playing an excellent officer and also an untir !! we cannot in justice to ourselves I the State Prison Farm at Ra "rd. Thisis it

Dr. J. P. Tomlinson spent Sundayin week in Starke for in full Lake houses all last Invitations for Book Shower Given by I ing Aid.worker The ladies for the of interests the church of will the draw another cent. It takes ready one of the highest prices realized J t

Jacksonville. are now City for aweek's U. D. C. greatly miss her money to run a picture show, and phn- from cotton since the Civil War.
engagement. presence and help.In ty of it. We are sore that if realize t r
the rear of the dining room you The board at the same meeting definitely -
was
Mr. J. S. Alderman spent Sundayin Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Flack-, of Clin- Invitations will soon be issued for a placed the punch table, which was us by the your situation patronage, you ,will if only gladly once help decided to plant two .jhundred I i ':J

Lake Butler visiting relatives.Mr. ton,'Ill., are stopping at the home of Book Shower, to be given by W. T. made attractive with ferns and splen- ,a acres of the State Farm this year in t

Mrs. J. S. Brown. Mr. Flack is a Weeks Chapter on April 27th at 8 p. did amaryllis lilies. Miss Hazel Brown week.MR.. and :MRS. B. B. HOPSON.ANNOUNCEMENTS. long staple cotton. Two hundred acres ;

and Mrs. B. B. Hopson were in strawberry buyer for Northern mar- m., at the home of the Chapter histor- presided over the punch, while Mes- have also been planted in Irish pota- J .
kets. dames Campbell, Denison and Truby toes at the State Farm already. t 44C
Jacksonville Tuesday. ian, the occasion being the 2nd anni- Served cake.Accompanied. .
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versary of the organization of the by the best of good ;
Garden hose, plain and wirewound. Ladies, if you anticipate buying an Chapter.The BAPTIST CHURCH.. \1
wishes and The L. T. L.
oil stove this us-Starke loving farewells, Rev. and will meet next Monday .
Hardware Co. season, see
Starke i Hardware Co.The' purpose of the Book Shower be- Mrs. Denison left Wednesday for afternoon, at 3:15, at the high school t
I ing the forming of a library for the "Kalamazoo Kottage," their home at I auditorium. Regular services next Sunday morning i \
Mrs. Alice C. Rowe, of Lawtey, was t Telegraphs informant erred in use of the chapter members and the Lake Alfred. :. The W. C. T. U. will meet Monday and evening, to which the public i

in Starke Monday. saying that E. B. Shipman had boughtthe school. Only books that give a true afternoon at 3:30, at the Methodist is cordially invit<'d. W. G. LAW, 1 '
and view church. Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr, leader. Pastor. f'
impartial of the War Be-
John W. Keen, of Lake Butler, wasa Cady place on the Peek road. He CARD OF THANKS. j
tween the States and the who a
visitor to Starke Monday.J. bought the former Ned Williams place men -
from J. M. Truby, just north of the fought in that war, are desired. This .--- his f:
Cady place. include books Northern We desire to heartily thank the phy- I
may by some
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J. Farmer, a Missouri man, is in I j
sicians and all others who have been
writers, who have given as fair a pre- so Jf
Starke prospecting. I Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor sentation of the subject as could be kind to us during the serious illness '

I alligator trees, 3 varieties wished foY.Naturally. which has prevailed in.our parsonage ; 1
pear ,
Prof. M. J. Green, of Hampton, had home A MAN IS A MAN
business in Starke Monday. adapted to North Florida. Write J. autobiographies of fa- during the past five weeks. We

B. Beach, West Palm Beach, Fla. mous Confederates, and histories giv- have been so busily engaged nursingthe

Walter Griffin, of Hampton, was a 2915t. ing sketches of such men, as well as sick members of our family, that '- ; i

visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. fiction and poetry on the South, will we have had to entirely abandon all

Mr. "G. W. Crawford, of Orlando, be most acceptable. pastoral visitation, and only take care When in Perfect Health

McBeath, of Green Cove came yesterday to visit his cousin, Mr.J. Several who so desire may club together of the regular services in the church. .
Springs, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. White, and family. Mr. Craw- in a gift of several volumes in Our hearts have ached many times .

R. A. Weeks. ford is representative from Orangeand a set, such as are found in the list be- over our sick neighbors around us, but
.- Osceola counties, and stopped en- I low. As far as possible, books with- we could not leave our own sick ones

RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves route to Tallahassee.If out bitterness or prejudice on either long enough to visit others. But we Even the moat}perfect system will OUR

rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. interested in strictly first-class side are preferred. There are such praise God that all are improving in -
books, giving true history, and such our family now, and we will soon be become deranged times. Then you
strawberry plants, best quality, true REMEDIES
books endorsed out among our friends again. All are
The rejuvenating rains have caused are by the Text Book
the grass in the woods to flourish and to name, read ad. of the W. F. Allen Committee of the General Association, invited to church next Sunday.Rev. need the help that '

the oats crop never looked better. Co. 395t. U. D. C.There. and Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr and family MAKEYOUR : I ;

be .
'*r. and Mrs. F. H. Long and little have Mr. and Mrs. from H. L. Brownlee.until will among the may gifts to the some Chapter duplicates; and it MRS. WILSON ENTERTAINS. DRUGGIST I !'
as guests Saturday
son, Richard, spent last Friday in will be best not to inscribe name on YOU ,
Jacksonville.Mr. Sunday morning Senator and Mrs. I
book but with card
Wm. of Eustis who enrouteto accompany so an Last Mrs. I
Igou, are Saturday evening J. E.
Tallahassee for the legislative ses- exchange may be made by Chapter Wilson entertained in honor of the WELL
and
J. W. White daughter, Miss
later if it desires.
Cassie, were visitors to Jacksonvillethe I sion, which begins next Tuesday. so Gainesville ball team, who played is always prepared to give you. Our
first of the week. List of Books on Southern History and Starke in the afternoon. AND
drugs and remedies make for health
R. A. Weeks attended the State Con- Literature A party of over forty young people

Mrs. Carlyle Peek, of Chicago, is Convention of the Woodmen of the "Confederate Military History" in enjoyed this most happy affair. The because they absolutely and
visiting at the home of Col. and Mrs.C. World in session at Orlando this weekas 12 volumes. (Sold by Confederate Vet- evening was spent with music, both are pure KEEP

L. Peek. a delegate from the local camp of eran Publishing Co., Nashville, Tenn.) vocal and instrumental, and dancing reliable. Everything in our stock has

the order. Mr. Weeks made the tripto "A subscription to "Confederate on the wide verandas. of this delightfulhome. YOU
Mrs. Bryant Hodges, of Tampa, is Orlando and return by automobile. Veteran." passed inspection under the pure food I : '
here visiting her mother, Mrs. A. P. "Causes that led to the War Between Mrs. Wilson refreshed her guests I ;

Hoffman.A. John Linberg, the artistic shaper of the States" by J. G. Gehee. (Sold by with cake and punch, and was assistedin and drug act. Come to us for any aid FEELING I I

the subgrade for the reception of the A. B. Caldwell & Co., publishers, At- servjng by Misses Gladys Prescott,
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..A..McRae, the well known naval to health.
lanta, Ga.)
paving bricks, has gone to Portsmouth, Hazel'Brown and Kathleen Alvarez.
of Melrose
stores man. paid us a call Ohio, to accept a similar job. Mr. Lin- "Religion and Slavery" by J. H. Mc- FIT

Monday.In berg was with the paving contractor Neilley. (From Author, Nashville,
from the beginning and almost. to the Tenn.) NOTICE.
buying paint for every purpose, end of the work. "Aunt Phoebe, Uncle Tom and Oth-
consider Devoe paint. Quality repeats.
Starke Hardware Co. ers." by'Essie Collins Matthews. All members of First Baptist churchre iMitchell's
T. S. Williams, a young truck and "Campfire Scores" by Marie Louise requested to be present at the morn- jt
plant! grower near Starke, has received -
Mrs. Grace McDowell and little son, $10 from the Southern Ruralist, Bankston. ing service April 1st. The call of a
of Jacksonville, are visiting her p. I "War Time Sketches, Historical and pastor for an indefinite period will be
Atlanta, for the best essay on truck ;
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. growing. Mr. Williams knows the Otherwise" by Adelaide Stewart Dim- considered at this hour.J. Drug Store Starke, Fla.

theoretical as well as the practicalside itry."Two C. POPPELL, ,
Mrs. Cora Sanders, of Jacksonville, of his business.A. Little Confederates" by Thos. Church Clerk.

was a week-end guest of her friends, Nelson Page."Grandmother's. ,-

the Misses Baisden. P. Hoffman, the accommodating I Stories From the .r -
agent for the Southern Express Co. Land that Used to Be" by Lovett. i .Ms Eecs c 4

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bell left .Thursday here, owns a grove of 600 orange trees "When Daddy Was a Boy," by Thos.
for their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., west of St. Petersburg, and has of late Wood Parry. Full Supply of : R' .1

after spending several weeks with Mr. supplied Starke with oranges. The "Found in a Little Boy's Pocket" by H J. DavisAll .
Worn Out?
and Mrs. J. R. Halligan. fruit encia, which Late variety.is very fine, is of the Val- Sara Beaumont Kennedy."Ku co.FFINS AND CASKET i :'

Klux Klan" by Mrs. S. E. F.

Prof. G. C. Looney, who has many Special price on short lum- Rose. (From the author.) No suffer doubt froI you are ot,the if Sizes and Qualities & Company i 1
cypress you any
"Life of J. E. B. Stewart" by Tur- ,
friends in Starke, will be a week-end
ber, 2 feet and under, for walks, floorsin P numerous ailments to '
I pin. (Sold by B. F. Johnson Co., Rich- Always on Hand
guest at the home of his daughter, garages, etc. $9 per thousand whileit which an women are sub
Mrs. S. F. Hamrick.Mr. Lumber & Co. mond, Va.) Headache, back-
lasts. Supply
Quigley ache
INSURANCE
"Surry of Eagle's Nest" by John Es- sldeache, nervousness

'and Mrs. A. B. Davis, Jr., of ton Cook. weak, tired feeling PRICES REASONABLE .
Mr. Harris A. Marks, of Washington .
DeLeon Springs last "In Ole Virginia" by Thos. Nelson are some ot the symptoms 1
were guests
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. C., is here, sent by the agri- Page. and you must rid J. C. CONE
cultural assistant truck of them in orderto Starke Florida | j
department as yourself
:-:
C. Sweat. "The War Between the States" by ,
specialist. Mr. Marks will gather information feel well. Thousands Lawtejr, M Florida : J Ji
Bledsoe. (Sold by J. P. Bell & Co.,
and of women, who hive .
about the ,
Break cold with I strawberry Publishers Richmond Va. i = -11111119 44444444+44444+ f4I "
,
your or lagrippe a business of this section for ) been benefited by this I
few doses of 666. I trucking "On the Feld of Honor" by AnnahR. P remedy, urge youTAIL fa I -
Ii the ultimate benefit of 1-
our
i growers. .
.
Watson. (From Author, Memphis, I '
I r. ::1
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Adams, of Wau- ; Tenn.) J
tauga, Ill., are visiting at the home of. Miss Clem Hampton entertained sev- "Life of Gen. Lee" by Fitzhugh Lee. 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Nash. Mrs. Adamsis eral college girls with dinner Satur- '
"Life of Thos. J. Jackson" by Hen- :
the Leon Hotel. Her
day'evening at
Mrs. Nash's sister. guests included Miss Marion Camp- derson. I Every Woman

bell, Miss Mildred Wilson, Miss Jean- "Memoirs of John Reagan." (Sold Cardui
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rising are now nette Matthews, Miss Augusta Mar- by the Neale Publishing Co., New .
in .l.lt
Starke, guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. tin and Miss Ruth Lockel.-Tallahassee York.)

B. Hull, and will spend some time here Record. "The Origin of the Late War (A -

before returning north. Northern view) by Geo. Lunt, of Bos- The Woman's Tonic !

Advices from Mrs. J. 0. Haynes, Mass. Published D. will wish the in bur
Mrs. Rhoda Hodges who has been ton, ( by AppletonCo. certainly to see new creations I
who is in the care of her daughter, New York. Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
)
visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. L. Z. Mrs. W. J. Grant, at St. Augustine, "The South in the Building of a Na- I P Clifton Mills,Ky., says: beautifull line of SPRING MILLINERY. I

Apalachicola.J.Barr, left Tuesday. for her home in state 'that she is slowly improving.The tion," in 13 volumes. (Sold by J. S. "Before taking Car d u I, S {

contemplated trouble did operation not take for place an, internal as- Clark, Birmingham, Ala.) I I was, at times, so weak I And they are well worth seeing. Each. modtjl is
"The 'of Southern Litera- could walk and '
Library hardly ,
T. Quigley is diligently hauling her physicians thought she would not class.
ture in 15 volumes. (Sold'by'' Mar- back and a gem in its (
sawdust it I the pain In my
and shavings onto the southern be able to bear but they are hope-
end of Water street, making agood ful of restoring her to health by other tin-Hoyt & Co., Atlanta, Ga.) 1 I bead nearly killed me. t .

road there at all times. means. "Southern Literature" by Mauly. After taking( three bottles (

(Sold by B. F. Johnson Co., Richmond, Cardul the disappeared
of pahs
The fine Johns orange grove, in the During Tuesday's rain it became Va.) !. Now i feel as Your Easter Hat Now ReadyWe
southeastern corner of Starke, was not I evident that some of the sidewalks on "Half Hours in Southern History"by
hurt much by the late freeze and the Walnut and Call streets need either Hall. (Sold by B. F. Johnson. Co., well as I ever did. Every

tops of the trees are green again. being raised or else have the bank of Richmond, Va.) P suffering woman should '
grass hoed away, so that the water "History of the United States" by tryCarduL" Oetabotfle ask you to come early and make your ael-

Carload of Hackney Wagons, single will run off; also, that water even on Matthew Page Andrews. (From Au- today. E-68
ection whi I have large number of
a
the
will stand in pools if you patterns
and double brick streets,
just received by J. W. An- thor, 4T49 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md.)
drews & Son. gutters and discharge openings are allowed "Life of Robert E. Lee" by Williamson. from which to choose. ;
to be filled with sand and \1
up to (Sold by B. F, Johnson & Co.,
trash. It will also be necessary
Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Davis who
.
the Richmond, Va.) To further stimulate desire will state '
have up the ditches along some of your we
been stopping for several months side open streets to let the water off from "Life of Thos J. Jackson" by Wil- "Scharffs History of Confederate
past with Dr. and Mrs. Campbell, left the paved streets. liamson. (Sold by B. F. Johnson & Navy." that some of the patterns this spring are along

last Wednesday for Tampa. : Co., Richmond, Va.) I I Books of fiction, such as "The Clansman lines ncveijbefore put out, and will excite your I'

There is more Catarrh In this section "Rise and Fall of the Confederate ," "The Victim" by Dixon, and
W. N. Murdaugh has the distinction, of the country than all other diseases Government" by Jefferson Davis. i many others. admiration. .

vas far as we know, of being the first put together to be and incurable.for years Doctors It was supposed pre-- (From Confederate Veteran Publishing H. & W. B. Drew Co. have furnish-I I I .

man in Bradford county to plant Ber- scribed local remedies and by constantly 'Co., Nashville, Tenn.) I ed the Historian with a list The sooner you come the more EXCLUSIVE ,
muda grass. He will soon have a nice fa.ling to cure with local treatment. "Service Afloat" by Raphael Semmes they have in stock, which will be hand-

green carpet of this grass on the parkWay pronounced local disease it greatly incurable.influenced Catarrh by is constitutional a- Wyeth. I ed to anyone who wishes it. your selection.Knight's.

in front of the City Hotel. conditions and therefore re- "Memoirs of Jefferson Davis" by Books already received are-
quires coR>tltul l4.Li tieatn.eut. Hall's I
Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J Mrs. Davis. "President Wilson's Life of Wash-
der YOB Need o..aJ TaaIc Cheney & Co.. Toledo Ohio. is a constitutional "Remeniscences of Civil War" by ington."
TOM drove'. remedy. is taken internallyand Gordon. "Lorna Carswell," Comer L. Peek.

ttffl The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless. Surfaces acts thru of the the System.Blood on One the Hundred Mucous "War Songs and Poems" by H. M. "Father Ryan's Poems." MillineryStarke

Tonic is equally valuable .* Dollars reward is offered for any case Wharton. "Two Great Southerners" (White-
Gcwtal Tonic because it coaUihewLkaowa that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure.
"Songs With Music" (Echoes Frtm head.) '
tonic properties.!QUTNIKB Send for circulars: end tesumjuials.
"4. IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives i F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Dixie), by Mrs. J. Griff Edwards Os- Used books will be acceptable. Fla.

5* Malaria, Enriches the Rood anti! EoM liylUU'a DruRista ;r, borne. LUCIA SHARPE ALVAREZ, .
olds up the Wade Svter VJns: I Faoiilv Ytlef >- coustlpatloo., "Prison Life of Davis" by Craven. Historian.





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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDA r. MARCH
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I Bradford County Farms and Farmers I u uI ll!






. . . . SIX ACRES ENOUGH.T. NEW POTASH PLANT READY TO FIVE PER CENT LOANS WILL PEANUTS. 200 .

OPERATE. PROVE A BOON TO FARMERS -

.. 4 COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS Peanuts that used to be
considereda
N. Kendrick Makes Good Living
From Small Farm. A most important addition to the COLUMBIA, S. C., March 26.-F. J. luxury only, are becoming a staple ARMOUR
. . . .
; I potash supply of the United States H. von Engelken, president of the Columbia article of production, finding many dif- :
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: I with the development of a new Federal Land Bank, has returned ferent uses that not
Polk County-Some of the farmers comes were thought ofa .
The Telegraph has occasionally men- field of production at Searles Marsh, from Washington where he attended few
A contract has late-
in this them- years
county are equipping ago. u
tioned and from big conference of the
profits
yields a presidentsof
northwest section of .
in the extreme been closed
ly at Cleburne
selves with the instruments Texas fur '
,
necessary farms in Bradford county, but such the twelve federal land banks, with
to vaccinate their San Bernardino county, California, not 100 carloads of peanut hulls, to be .
own hogs against statistics do not really show what can Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo, used ;
from the famous Death Valley
cholera. I far in a combination feed for livestock.The 1VIN .
be done here, as there may be much Franklin K. Lane and the members of the Federal Farm
country. Secretary Loan Board. oil mills are taking all they can
mismanagement on a large farm, and .
of the Department of the Interior is in
Mr. von Engelken expressed grati- get for purpose of extracting oil for --
Brevard County Great interest is the balance still be on the right side
information thata
of announcing
bi. receipt fication the fact that this confer- table use then have
we butter
I. over ; peanut ,
shown in the for the importation of the To find what '
being plans ledger. energy ;
has
modern potash plant just FERTILIZERS.
large ence had fixed a flat rate of 5 per cent and they are commencing to make paper .
of goed dairy heifers and and good management can get out of
been completed by the Pacific Coast -applying to all parts of the United out of the stalks. All of these uses
-
hogs, and everyone able to handle our soil, we must turn to the small Borax and the Solvay Process companies States. He declared that this interest in addition to the hay from the

a them will join in the effort to establish ,farmer. and the operations will be begun would prove a great boon to the far tops, which is almost as valuable as

L livestock in this county. The man in this section who farmson about the first of next month.It mers of the Southeastern states and ,alfalfa, and the nuts that into the Thirty '
go ElPn'ee:
the smallest scale and derives his predicted eirs
that within the Columbia
is estimated that the output will a year -
'-.1 tin of
roaster destined parts Florida
make the tiroa-S
are to
: from his land is T. N. Federal Land an.3
Bank
entirely will
living have
Lee County-The county agent is in be about 1000 tons per month of mu- made loans unpretentious little peanut an important out the U. S.; the world's fiBS

; urging the farmers to keep their potato the Kendrick, who owns of"Joy Starke.Farm, His riate of potash, 80 per cent or better von Engelken aggregating also$10,000,000.Mr. announcedthat factor in the varied productions materials brought direct'from
western portion
vines sprayed, because of the pres- pure potash. A new process for the o fthis producing points and
; the conference of country.-Estero Eagle. rigidly ,
I is six in and after bank presidents
holdings area,
acres
.: ence of some blight. Those who are refinement of the raw product has been resolution alyzed; complete t'Quipment
passed a de.
", spraying are keeping the trouble in the space occupied by buildingsand solved by the two companies, and is requesting con- veloped through '
for sale bUilding
yards is deducted, his entire field gress to increase the limit of the loans Trespass cards at this office. and
check. reported to be most satisfactorily '>uc- permitted to an individual borrower operating CO facwria-e11lbles
t I consists of 5 1-2 acres. On thjs land cessful. The new field is included Jn from $10,000 to $25,000. He expressedthe us to "build" long-lasting! ,

t I he raises corn, cane, Irish and sweet about 1500 acres of patented land own- hope that the special session of making, hnmus-bn-lflng} ttop.
Citrus The county agent and quaIitJ
County strawberries
-
potatoes, peanuts, into Armour
ed by the interested concerns, so that congress soon to convene, would make Fertilizers;
made plans for the entire community beans, and all vegetables used for there are no obstacles to the conductof this change for the large borrowers of Fifty.four of our standard i
: to grow hogs instead of cotton for a the family cuisine. He keeps a horse, operations once the machinery is the Columbia Bank district. known brands are offered well.'

; money crop and the plan is being readily butchers from three to five big hogs started. Railroad facilities have been Wants Legislation Here 2%, 3% or 5% potash, or with.with. .J

I adopted throughout the county. every winter, keeps a good cow and I extended to the field, and the owners In order that more funds may be out potas-h, 33 deslrsd. Booklet i
sells the milk not used in the available free
L ----- family announce that they are "absolutely for investment in farm loan showing complete line of
St. Johns County-The farmers at syrup and eggs. confident" they will be turning out the bonds, and in turn made available to
't both Hastings and Elkton have organized The proceeds from his farm enables tonnage stated.* lend to farmers of this district, Mr. ;j.gi ESPECIAILLY Citrus; Fertilizers V
and marketing their potatoes him to feed and clothe his.family well, Engelken urged tht the legislatures of
." I propose North Carolina, South Carolina Geor- ADAPTED Field Crop Fertilizers
and co-operatively this pay town, county and state taxes, and ,
TICK
corn
ERADICATION.It .
-. year. One farmer near Elkton bought I I have a balance in the bank besides. gia making and Florida farm loan immediately bonds pass laws FOR YOUR STATE Vegetable Fertilizers

: two registered Duroc gilts for $125, I, Some readers may think that this approved investments ___ Fertilizer Materials ..
L for trust funds insurance
has come to. attention that ,
of affairs last our
happy state cannot long a
total of such animals
five on
making a companies and banks.
few people think the Federal Govern- savings Blood & Bone
because Mr. Kendrick farms on too Tankage
his farm. Mr. von Engelken announced that FREEOUR J
t _____ small a scale. But they can rest as- ment and State live stock officials have I the bonds issued by the twelve Federal Spraying Materials
I sured that it is no experiment, for he something to do with the no-fence law .land banks would be placed on the Stock &
; Hillsborough County-Mr. Pringle has owned the farm for five years and campaign, which is being agitated in market at 4 1-2 per cent, but would Poultry Feedsrmollr

i I has been plowing under all vegetation is doing better year after year. He some communities, in connection with probably be sold at a premium. He INSTRUCTIVE iertiiiier i
t : on his land after the crops were off came here from North Carolina, and tick eradication work.It expressed gratification over the fact ./ !

; each year and breaking the land deep while he was wise enouzh not to depart .is ,desired that every person who that the Federal Farm Loan Board_ has n___ tf1 CATALOGUE AND Enrich Ine Sail-Increase the fleW

at each plowing.. He plows now to a from the farming methods here, s laboring under tnat misapprehensions anticipated that at least $100,000,000of WEEKLYPRICE Hasten: Mitarity-I2re lie fru&y!

I depth of seven or eight inches. He he is an intelligent and studious man disabuse their minds of those these bonds will be issued during

says that his corn crop is twice as and as soon as he is convinced that it ideas, for some of the largest areas the coming year and is making arrangements 1L1 LIST MANUFACTURED BY i

r I much now as it was before he began is safe to do so, he makes improvements freed of cattle tick fever have beenin which will assure a ready SEND
FOR E
the practice. market for them. All of this RMOUR
the money FERT.WORKS
on methods in A the
vogue. open range country and it has
will be made $
----- be close calculator been available to the farmers THEM TODAY.ElMMSEEDOO
must the .
to
man a experience of tick eradicatorsthat of
1 I .1 Clay County More corn is being wring so much sustenance from so little the open range districts offer less the United Farmers States Must at OrganizeTo 5 per cent. JACKSDNVILLEFLA/

| planted in the county than ever before ground, but one item that Mr. Kendrick inconvenience to the cattle owners borrow from these Federal land -

I and two carloads of velvet bean seed I is liberal with, is fertilizer, and than the small farm districts. banks, farmers are required to organ- :

: have been ordered for planting. There he will rather borrow money for the The idea oT this movement is to exterminate ize themselves into groups containingat I Tell it to'the Telegraph and you teOeverybody.

t' are six tractor plows running night buying of a good dose of this vital soil a serious cattle disease, being least ten farmer-borrowers and 0 JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I Advertise.. ..

r JJ and day, besides hundreds of teams, ingredient than not have enough.The known as splenetic, or Southern each group asking for at least $20,000 _
5 i: preparing to plant feedstuffs this year. above sketch shows what. intel- cattle fever, which has resulted in a of loans. The Columbia Federal Land : -- ,

" E The general activity moves a farm ligence and energy will accomplish in quarantine of the affected territory Bank is now prepared to furnish a .2::. .:-- .: -:. --:.

r: poet to say: "I lately visited the Wal- farming here. Yet Mr. Kendrick is for nearly 25 years. blank form of articles of association to t ill I

, ,: kill farms, erstwhile so bleak and greatly favored in having a good help- Certain facts in connection with this I make the organization of these groups Northern GrownStrawberry

, : J drear, and the tractors gay were chugging meet, for if the departments that come disease,* which is known to be transmitted blanks simple will and also easy. Other necessary
be
f, away where the bullfrogs chugged under the housewife's supervision are ; by the cattle fever ticksere cation. furnished on appli- fJ1i i1

'.f last year." not well managed, the success of the i I almost unbelievable on the part of a Farmers are permitted to borrow up Plants

V farm operations as a whole is greatly I number of persons in the early da ';. I.to 50 per cent of the appraised valueof ,

::1 PLANT CITY SHIPMENTS. I handicapped. Therefore, it was expected by the officials the land, plus 20 per cent of the II, For best results, Florida growers should buy Northern
in charge of tick eradication value of the permanent insured im I strawberry plants in grown
1/ : February, March and April to
their
Plant with piopagate
City passed, Tuesday'smovement
: I CAMPHOR TREES. work that until such persons became I provements. Loans are to be made at .,,1 plants for fall setting. 1,000 plants will
:: the first million quarts of informed and put aside all preji'di: en 5 per cent, and must be retired on the I.j 1 set two acres. The first cost uswally* produce enough to
'4 strawberries from this season's crop the matter, they would form fa'se notions amortization plan, which means repay- j I, buy the best. Allen's of the plants is small, z.nd it pays to
I f' V : the return to the growers being approximately I Camphor is one of the coming productions and undertake to hinder the I meat _by fixed annual payments '' well rooted plants are guaranteed true-to-namc, healthy,
, of Florida. Camphor is used 'I' and packed to reach you in as good condition if
2155.000. I I throughout the period of the loan. The as you
which is
I Starke and Lawtey are now shipping in medicine, for the manufacture of movement their own interests.established to J.ene loans may run from five to forty years J I ,I had dug them from your own field. The best plants are the cheapest.

r., j large quantities, which with the large high explosives,, for celluloid, in the at the option of the borrower. The Our Price to all Florida growers for best quality MISSIONARY

i- yield here, has brought the f. o. b. manufacture of automobile tops, for Experience of tick during the past twelve object of these long time loans is to I I plants is $2.75 per 1,000, delivered; all charges PUEP.\10. Klondyke

u. price down to an average of 9 or 10 moving picture films, etc., and will demonstrated years eradication work has enable the farmer to meet these small II Lady Cornelia, Lea, Gandy and Aroma at same price, if wanted. We

l' cents, where it probably will remain have an ever increasing sale. The that in completing the annual payments out of the increased employ no agents, and pay no commissions, everybody pays the sam ':
L:r about stationary for some time. The twigs and young leaves are used to fur work in 441 counties in the states effected the earnings of the land, made possible by I You get full value of your money, in plants-that are worth the price.

I quality of the berries is not up to for V nish the gum. According to the Lees- part of, a opposition few people.has arisen on the investment System of is the Co-operative borrowed money. If you have not used our plants, ask anyone.who has used them what

E mer years, according to statement by burg Commercial an acre of advanced However This they think of them. You cannot afford to take a chance with
new poor
a majority of those banking is
Ii; '- V shippers-that is, the carrying qual- trees will yield 16,000 pounds of green who did show people co-operative. It is for system the sole purely plants. You need the best. So, send direct to us. All orders shipped
' / some opposition before use of
; ity. The berries are fancy in appearance trimmings in a year, from which 320 the work was completed have farmers and prospective farmers. The | promptly, with full count of god plants. The kind that makes you <

;4 :: : but owing to warm weather, together pounds of camphor can be distilled. As ciously apologized for their ignoranceand gra- farmers will eventually own all the want them again next year. ** ," : .
( V with inability of growers to se- soon as there is a supply of trimmingsa opposition. stock of the Federal land banks and V L

f .> ;,if ji cure as much potash as in former home market will be established for When the work of they will elect the officers of these I

\or: II 1 years, has tended .to cause softening them, or they can be dryed and baled established in a county tick, it eradication is so simple is banks. There is no opportunity forj I The W. F. Allen Co.
individual
: of fruit sooner after picking than under for shipping, or there will likely be that the people profit in the entire : .
,. : favorable small stills to be had for home are highly pleased, anJ The preliminary organization of
V conditions, with the result use, when the work is ,
completed, marked tional loan
that extra care has to be exercised which can produce crude camphor. associations has Na-'l Salisbury Md.
headway is made in ed i
Bradford improving the to a degree far beyond the ,
farmers
when county should
selecting for long hauls-to Can- I
of cattle .
quality which canbe tations of the Federal Loan -
ada and the far Northwest. I plant camphor nurseries from the seed keted without the tick fever mar- Washington and everything Board at I III II -: .:- .:. .:. "l
The and set out the trees where the quaran- points to i
: past three days' movement groundcan tine the "" <
aggregated restrictions to nqualified
the satisfaction success of this -
of new -- .
-
enterprise -- __
be spared for them. As / -------.- j.
75,114 quarts. Of this 555 they are all concerned.AS iI I-- .
: :not eaten by cattle 'they be ( ':
pony refrigerators were moved via ex- may set as "

: press, the balance, 991 crates, going I I j hedges along roads and lanes, or as GARDEN TIME IS FLORIDA. j I One i
out in eight freight refrigerator cars. j wind breaks. When planted in hedge BUSY AS BUSY CAN BE. I Hundred Bushels of the Celebrated J
I.I
Three freight refrigerators moving on (shape the trees should be set 6 feet I {
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V Tuesday, two Wednesday and three on I i i i apart and the rows 15 feet apart. The The freeze injured the winter :
We gar-
Thursday. I If premises may thus be much beautifiedby are glad t<> see you again in print, dens and for that reason, not to speak '!, Sosnowski Cotton Seed
It shows you've discarded the of the
trees which yield a profit. bandagesand prevailing high prices for food j

: 2 OOOO POUNDS MEAT CURED IX I' 'Twas a fine lint.old products, demands extra efforts right I' FOR SALE AT $2.00 PER

COLD STORAGE. FARMING WITH MACHINERY. through, scrap, all the way had now.from Plenty seed of catalogues information and can be BUSHEL Ii!;

from
I :- I! An But 'twas kind of hard on folks like free publications of the U. S. Depart- ; -by lie -1 j Ii
investigation of the
farms of the
While Gadsden you- ment of
county is recognized agriculture: and the
V : as one of the greatest producers ofhogs i state by" F. M. Rast of the Universityof You were busy as busy could be. station at Gainesville state_ Ro-experiment -, A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. '

of any county in Florida, it perhaps Florida college of agriculture, reeals sides there are garden expet --in
I", \ the fact that every Raif rd
Ii is Florida farmersare When the Florida'
not generally known to just Hon. Katts started out in community.Cabbage -
what extent this great industry is being doing a large part of their work the race, and onions
are no longer
W t- carried. While by machinery, thus lowering the cost He found plebeian
a soon but have
very many car of some serious things he a new raitng, haying
production -
L leads of hogs have been shipped out of and making the net returns must face. advanced from the lowly fifty cent -- --- -- --- ----------- ._
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. the county and thousands of pounds ofmeav greater. But one question remains For the old crew to any extent would class into the three, four and five dol-
::j ,.... : Are the farmers utilizing every lar circle.
was cured by the old ethods, resort, The onion has pushed the
' i : the following figures, giving th! num- piece of machinery to the best ad- Such as cheat, lie, steal votes, or make orange off the counter in price, right I Plant Peanuts.--Supply
Scarce
I vantage, and do they have the
here
bc of pounds cured in cold storage, kind of right false report- in Florida. And a Plant City
1 \ may be of interest and give som-s h! >a implements? They were busy packing house is canning kraut Ilia.
,
as busy could right White BL
One of the be. Spanish. One Crop _________
H (If the enormity cf the increase in the greatest needs of the amongt he strawberries and' North Carolina. Two Crop __ ---__ "__. $1.:
Florida oranges. --- :::::: i.i":75: :
--
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farmer .
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Extra -
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especially the Plant Early ----
i on Kings --
more
production of hogs: something, plant
When he potatoes .. 1J*
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met CottonSeed -- .200
;J Ice Fuel & Co. lighter soils, is a roller for compacting gentlemanly opposition, plant SosnOllkl Sea Island.. --------. --- ---- .. u.
Supply _____100,000) peas plant pigs, and Bloomfield --:------ ------- ,60
he fl --- -
peg ------ -V.
met it Bushel
J. A. Barnes _____ ,the soil. The sandy soils-are light and the same, Smile, if away. d!I ..,... Prolific Flint SeeoJ Corn _._________::__ 2,60 US
" _________ 4 .0M as you intended @C'"" Tom Watson Melon .. .
<> porous which allows them When they used the "rough house)1ecouldn't to play and I' Recleaned Seed ------_ _______ _____ ._....... t1 60e ID 50... ___-.
r A. L, Wilson Co. ____________ 50,000 to dry out be blamed pay-then keep on pegging and you Sudan Grass beggar Seed Weed Seed___-_--------- ------"---------3"'.",, Ib: 25c iD 50.-
V J. A. Dezell ________ __ quickly and leave the plants without will proceed "---- -----. 50lU
. _____ 50,000 a If he used their along in the direction of Natal Grass Seed -5ftc "> 45e'" -
; _____ sufficient supply of moisture in the own tactics, for like : plenty-at least Japan -Clover--- -.- --4.0'b' 35c toi-BW
I will be
a boomerang I you nearer to 100 eEaVolr -. .'Oc S>>; 25c*5 50"loti'
V Total ----------------_____240.000 : growing season. When the soil is por- Everything that it than if you didn't try. With other Chinese Velvet Bean ---- -. f 1.75 Bu, $1.70 in S-Ba.lots
? Until very recently the far- I oust it not only loses the moisture but I : they tried came back: plantings don't forget to plant All 1cind of Bean Sorghums----_____________ _______-_'-____ 2.110 Bul I i.SOin 5oBu.I II
average few
j at the a and Millets Yellow ...
the capillary attraction gang- hens. Hlckor .nd White nf'nt sid Corn.V JbI'7IaI
did j I the soil KiDII'
have among
V mer not much confidence i"'f \ Huting Prolific .
He
etc: Brabhim1.1 .uk t 01
eot.busy as busy prr n large Iron Cpw Peu.
could be. Iota
V this new method of curing meat, but particles is lessened, and the moisture Write for fo.plete eatalogge. .

'f they are now convinced that this is the I is not brought up from below. Since WE HAD TIMELY RAINS. Bloomfield) Nursery & Seed Co. Monticello Florida
he is ,
Another ,
i safe and economical way to handle it. time and labor saver is the governor, he's busy, as all I _

j ? Of all the meat that was cured by cold L two-share or. u gang_ plow. Also a good will admit, -- It,I I _
.- narrow and disk are needed to If in his position as executive Gentle
storage during the season not a pound I bring he'd fit; intermittent showers .
j fell -----
V was lost, which is the best of evidence the soil up to the best tilth. These are Too busy to answer your poetic cry Sunday, and these were followed by =

I that this is the sane and sensible meth- implements that the farmer should put Were he likely to answer the cries of more rain later in the week. Of late .

-, od to pursue if you would play "Safe- on his list to buy out of this year's "small fry"He's years March has been a dry month,

ty First."-Quincy Times.MARKETING profits. as busy as busy can be. hard with hot struggle winds,for and existence vegetation, the had cot-a N. M. SAULS '


V HOGS. Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell He is busy with the important affairsof ton The seed ground sown is being unable to sprout ,

: Beats burying them. Steve Hoover, everybody. Advertise. the state, ward all now wet enough to for-

: Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Commenc The affairs ofpolitical bosses must gardens: are vegetation in a flourishing and the fields and Produce Commission Merchant

ed feeding my herd of about 100 hogs I Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System wait; Those who ,were provident condition. .
B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over two The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, No matter what jobs they have on the bed sweet potatoes for draws enough to

months ago. Fifty were sick and off GROVE'S Uriaenricbet TASTELESS: the Mood.and chill TONIC buildi,drive out slate. four weeks ago, now have draws three for or Southern Products !

feed. Nearby herds had cholera. I \*-I. A true tonic.: Pot-.
V did not lose one-they are well and early till late- to give them a good start. I .

I growing fast." Sold by D. C. Jones, You get all the important national As busy as busy can be. We foot hope our farmers will plant every .

Starke, Fla. Mar.-2-9-16-23-30 state, county news in the S. W. TILLIS, of available land to food 135 South
Telegraph. crops and Second
cultivate
'".' Loughman, Fla. clean. Let this be St. Philadelphia Pa.
the
banner
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MARCH 30 1917.
FRIDAY, ,
BRADFORD COUNTY
r TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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.-'tttttttttttttt 62% feet and on the west by lane i
running
NOTICES + between aid lot and Mrs. Jennie Swear- Major General Leonard Wood, now I
*. LEGAL engen 210 feet on the west side, and on WILSON ORDERS in command of the department of the
+ + + + + + + + + + the north land owned by J. D. Jones line east is transferred to the newly RUB OUT PAINwith
ttttM cre-
SALE. running east 105 feet and running south
hereby given that under and by 105 feet and thence west 52% feet and ated southeastern department, with II
-Jotice of: is a Feat Decree of Foreclosure made south again 105 feet 62% ft frontage @ NAVY BROUGHT headquarters at Charleston, S. C., and good oil liniment. S

.4 tbtw rendered March 1. 1917. by the Judge of J. W.$2.19837 per ft front $115.41. Major J. Franklin Bell, in command of the surest way to stop 4
aM
Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- Andrews Jr.-In lot one block one in
CircUit the western department is transferredto |The best rubbing liniment
till Florida in and for Bradford County. the Town of Starke commencing at the ,
exit of sitting in favo- of The American NW corner of Call and Sanderson street the eastern department, with head-

'Ia chaletrJ c _j ny. a corporation, administrator I and run north along the west side of UP TO STANDARD quarters at Governor's Island. Major jj i
!'JuIt of G.F. Markillie. deceased com' Sanderson street 105 feet, thence 62% feet *
(ate
the sad against E. E. Yarborougb and thence south one hundred and five feet General Hunter Liggett, in commandof MUST ? I|t
pIisaot his wife., to Call street thence east KV feet to the
Yarborough; I the department of the Philippines, j
niped will offer for sale deflndaDla'1 point of beginning in the NW% of the i -
till _house door at Starke Florida, between SW!4 of Sec. 28, township six south of I is transferred to the western depart- Medl- ji
lf .kTlecal bourn of sale on Monday. April 2. range 22 east, 52%>> ft frontage @ $2.19837per ENDEAVORING TO RAISE AN ment, with headquarters at San Fran- i f

' to the highest and beet bidder for cash, ft front 1115.41. cisco and Brigadier General ClarenceR.
iM7, ,
described lands situated in Brad- Kate J. Livingston-Lot* It 12 13 and 14 in ADDITIONAL 20,000 MEN a
tat JTj f County. Cooksey's addition to the town of Starke, Edwards, in command of the department ,

bid and being in the county of more particularly described a* follows: of the Panama Canal zone, .i
ll. State of Florida, to-wit: Lot thirtt Commencing at a point 102 feet east of FULL NAVAL STRENGTH WILL is transferred if
Irac1f to the northeastern de-
) and south half (S%) of lot nineteen where Bay or Young street intersects Call Good for the Ailments of [H
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V and West half ((11)of section eighteen (18) in Township five ison street, thence west along the north ton. :Major Generals Barry and Per- Mules, Cattle, i I"a\
Range twenty-two (22) east, side of Madison street 126 feet to Bay or MEN FOR-PRESENT SHIPS.
of asrbsa
(I) tooth on map of said section: township and Young street, thence north along the eastside shing wil lretain command of the central Good for your own Aches, ; 1 I
i
said map being filed in clerk's office of Bay or Young street 210 ft to Call and southern departments re- Pains Rheumatism 1 "j;
.< fJcireuit Court in the city of Starke. Florida. street, thence east along the south side of &
aid county, on page one (1) of maps and Call street 102 feet to place of beginning, WASHINGTON, March 26.-Naval spectively. Cuts, Burns, Etc. !. t
of Bradford county. Said above deacribjigfe 102 ft frontage @ $2.19837 per ft front National Guard organizations will by 'f I
.Dials and half of Iota containing twenty $224.24. recruiting officers throughout the country be 2Sc. SOc. $1. At all Dealer 1 i r
to industrial
assigned guard plants
Lala
aerei more or less, including one-half (%) ChacBounded on the north by Call CAS-
.(J$abutting) Streets, which by agreement of the street 83 feet east and west, bounded on under orders from President Wilson and other property, public or private, i l
hereto shall be forever open to public the west by G. W Livingston 105 feet in their respective states in of not ; I
sties north and south, bounded on the south by today, redoubled their efforts to case I
navel E.MJOHNS. Alvarez and Sparkman 83 feet, bounded I war. tonic.
',. -&. Special Master. on the east by land of F. D. Hollings- bring the navy up to its full authorized EDGAR ; I' f
worth. north and south 105 feet, known as I r
a portion of the Cooksey's addition to the strength of 87,000 enlisted men. Opt.c an Tested e, aro- r
NOTICE OF ELECTION. Town of Starke. 83 ft frontage @ $2.19837 I' Russia's Vast Timberland. disturb < I
Starke. Fla.. March 5. 1917. per ft front, $182.47. Meantime, about regiments of. JACKSONVILLEFLABroken '
I A recent official prove J
I estimate in thetimberlands
vested in them by the school Charles P. Cason-The west half of the following
By the power National L
Guard in various
troops i\ses \
described piece of land of Russia shows that the ;
of Florida the Board of Public Instruction to-wit being
bin .
Bradford county hereby order elec- a fractional part of NW% of SW% of section Same Day as Rltilved SOc {
of an states were reassembling to act as na- total amount of standing timber Is almost :
28, township six. south WeSpcci&liu on rtail Orders We Pbsta
tion held in Hampton Special Tax School District range 22 east Pay
No. 2 on the 4th day of April A. D. 1917. in the Town of Starke commencing at a tional police in important districts. equal to that of the United States J40 W. TOBVTM IT. .
for the election of three trustees for two years point on the south side of Call street and Canada combined, about 1,005,124000 ,-
and to determine the amount of millaice to be ninety feet east from the NE corner of Arrangements were also being madeto -- --- -- = :
acres, not inclusive of -- I
incMed. G. 'Y. Hicks J. M. Maxwell. A. M. lot of land formerly owned by G. W. Liv unsurveyedlands.
Williams appointed as managers. ingston running thence from said point create, on May 1, two new military A comparatively small propor- ,T r .
E. B. POPPELL. east along said street ninety feet thence departments on the Atlantic coast. tion of this timberland has been
S-9-4L Secretary. south at right angles with the said street All three in accordancewith "
105 feet, thence steps were exploited. the
Among
west parallel with said many new ;
street ninety feet thence 105 feet to pointof orders issued yesterday by the railroads which are now build- Ii
NOTICE FOR BIDS. beginning. Said lot hereby conveyed president to the nation war
Notice is hereby given that the Board of fronting 45 feet on Call street in Starke, put on a ing several are designed for the

County Commissioner in and for Bradford 45 ft frontage @ $:.19831 per ft front, footing. exploitation of the timber country.
County Florida, will receive proposals at their 699.91Franklin About have be
20,000 men will to ALL
meeting on Monday. April 2nd 1917 The department of canals and waterways -
regular
C. Hollingsworth-East half of the enrolled at in order to bring the
furnishing of steel of sufficient once i
for the one cage following described piece of land to-wit, Is also actively engaged. in fur I'f
six to house eighteen prisoners, the The
one to required strength.
being a fractional part of NW'4 of SW% navy up thering this industry.At .
wall tent and one large tent fly.
small
of section 28, township six will be used the
in south of range men to man reserve.
ordered session of
said
board Pone on and this 5th day of open March, A. D. 1917. "ing 2 east at a in point the Town on the of south Starke side, commenc-of Call ships. The popular cigar

S. T. DOWLING street, ninety feet east from the NE corner The creation of the new military Present Prices. i:
Chairman Board County Bradford Commissioners County. of lot of land formerly owned by G. departments was ordered as a meansof "A scientist declares that meat eaters STARKE
W Livingston running thence
Attest: point east along said street ninety from feet said dividing the immense responsibility are more active than vegetarians."

W. T. WEEKS. Clerk. 3-9-4t thence south at right angles with the said devolving upon the commander and "Certainly! They've got to do a lot Geo. L.

street said street 105 feet ninety, thence west parallel with staff of the eastern department. more hustling to get the meat to eat. Massey, h hr1
FREE OF CHARGE. feet. thence 105 feet to
point of beginning. Said lot hereby conveyed General Wood Transferred >-Boston Evening Transcript ,,
Why suffer with indigestion, dyspepsia fronting 45 feet on Call street in

torpid liver, constipation, sour Starke, 45 feet frontage @ $2.19837 per ---- .
ft front .
$98.93.NOTICE

ing stomach, etc.,, when coming-up-of-food-after-eat-you can get a sample I REPORT OF THE SCHOOL FUNDS. ,

bottle of Green's August Flower freeat OF FORECLOSURE.
In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of
C. P. Cason's drug store. This med Florida, Bradford County. i

icine has remarkable curative proper- W. T. Weeks BRADFORD COUNTY. iI
TS
ties, and has demonstrated its efficiency Caesar Davis and his wife May Davis PREPA i

by fifty years of success. Head- Bill for Foreclosure of Mortgage.I
Ntttiee I
to
Appear. F
aches are often caused by a disordered To.Caesar Davis and May Davis, his wife,

stomach. greeting: The following report of the Receipt and Disbursements of the school Funds of BRADFORD r
August Flower is put up in 25 and defendants It having, Caesar been shown by affidavit that the COUNTY for the period ending December 31. 1916, with the Balances and the Amount of War-
Davis and May Davis, his Liabilities, and the Value of the School
For sale all deal- rants Outstanding, and a Statement of the Assets and
bottles. by wife
75 cent are non residents of the State of Florida -
COUNTY reported on the Slat day of December 1916 by
of the said BRADFORD as
Property
and that the
ers in civilized countries. is at No. 236 S. Darien residence of said defendants the County Board of Public Instruction and the Superintendent of Public.Instruction is hereby I
street. of the city of 6813, Laws of Florida Acts of 1915.
under the provisions of Chapter
Philadelphia, in the published
state of Pennsylvania of ERNEST
AMOS Comptroller.
the United States of America, and that said I
RESOLUTION. GENERAL SCHOOL FUND
WHEREAS, A. F. Harley Town Engineer, defendants are over the age of twenty-one Overdraft July 1. 1916 __________________________-____________ S 13.52 So (1)i i 11
hat definitely advised this Council that the years.It is therefore ordered, considered and adjudged Outstanding warrants July 1, 1916 _______________________________ 30,721.29 says j
construction work provided for In See. 1 (E I:

F) of Ordinance No. 90 has been completedthat and May that Davis the said his defendants do Caesar Davis Deficit July 1. 1916 ______________________________________________ 30,734.81
wife
be' ha* ascertained the actual cost charg- appear to the Receipts. July lit to December 31st. 191&: I
able per foot front to the abutting property complainant's before the Bill of Complaint herein on or From Tax Collector, polls and taxes ___________________--$ 7784.69 he knows. t
and that be has carefully and equitably appor- fault 7th day of May. A. D. 1917. in de- County line pupils ___________________________________ 64.85 I
whereof
tioned that part of the entire cost to be specially entered a decree pro confesso will be Fees and licenses _____________________________________ 68.00
assessed to the different pieces of property Davis his against wifeIt the said Caesar Davis and May Estray stock ___: _______________________________________ 40.88
beoefitted by said improvements and has Comptroller tax and redemptions ______________________ 3.858.70 Paint !
prepared assessment rolls indicating there published u further in the Bradford ordered that County this Telegraph notice ,be Money borrowed ____________________________ 8,500.00 :.317.12 Up" ;

in the names of the owners, if known, the de- newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford a .
scription of the property abutting, the said improvement Deficit ---------------------------------------- 10,411.60
county ---
Florida once each week for five ------------ I
and to be assessed the number of secutive weeks.In con- Disbursements, July let to December 3lit, 1916: and i
front feet the lot or parcel of land contained, witness For-Expended for Schools: I we are i
the amount per front foot shareable thereto my hand and Whereof affixed I have hereunto set Salaries of teachers _____________________________________ 16,305 25 I ;
the
and the total amount to be so specifically as- Court on this the 19th day seal of of March our Circuit A. D. New buildings ____________........__________-_____ 876.43 I
icwed and has filed said assessment rolls with 1911. Repairs to buildings -_-----_------_-----.-------- 106.29 .
the Town Council, and Furniture .________________ _____________-_______________ 1262.16 I Fresh
WHEREAS the Town Council ha considered I&al) W. T. WEEKS. Insurance ___________________________________.._ 54.38 :t
ed assessment rolls as above described anda Clerk. Janitors __... _________..___........__........__ 5.00 ;
prepared by said A. F. Harley, Town Engineer (Copy) By R. A. WEEKS. Incidentals for schools____________________________ 26.65 i I
and examined the same and found the D E. KNIGHT. Deputy Clerk. Correction ____________________...____________________ .04 I Brushes
to be correct.NOW Complainant's EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION: I ;
lane Solicitor.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY 323StGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOA Salary of superintendent _________M_______________ 700.00 ,
THE TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Starke Per diem and mileage of members of board _________.____ 181.b5
that said assessment rolls as prepared by laid Commissions of treasurer ..__________..._.___.....:!..._. 370.49 ;:
A. F. Harley, Town Engineer, be and the same Incidentals for board and superintendent ______________ 282.09
___ ______.______. I I ;
hereby adopted as the assessment r-i'ls ofTO'II'1I Printing financial statement _________ _. 57.00 jJ
art of Starke of said assessment roll 6 Printing ....__ ..... __-,-...,._._,---_____________ 2.00 !
being hereto attached: copy and by reference Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. 3> Expenses of examinations _____________________________ 2.00 ;
Bade a part of this resolution express the same as if e December 31, 1916. Trains will & Transferred to S. S D. No. 12 ______,._____________________ 21.00 I
laid rolls were set out in full therein. 0 run as follows: <$> Interest --.._----_----._..--_----.-.------------------- 797.50 I
,
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this 4 Borrowed money ----------.....-------------_------_- 13,800.16
Town Council does hereby fix as the amount 6 0 Canning Club work _________________________ 100,00 I Quigley
Jacksonville to Tampa. <$> ...
570.00Total
funding warrants
chargable to each lot parcel of land de- Interest coupons on --------------- -- I .
scribed in said assessment or rolls the definiteamount 0 No. 3---____________10:40 a. m. 60.No. disbursements _____________________________________________ 35,519.49Deficit I

atseaiment per rolls foot hereinabove front u contained referred in to said and 1---____________11:14 p. m. <8> ______-__________M_________________________ 45,937.18Dr.
made a part of this reuolution. 0 No. 15"Floridian"____ 2:52p.m. net corrections: _......_....__......____________ 7.60

der BE to IT afford FURTHER the RESOLVED,whose that in or- 6 6 Jacksonville to Cedar Deficit December 31, 1916 ____________________________________ 45929.68 ,
property owners prop Key.
Warrants outstanding December 51, 1916 __________________ 45,930.35
erty is proposed to be assessed, notice of the No. 21______________ 4:56 p. m.

them opportunity may desire to file to any file protest against they the levying or any of of $ Treasurers balance December 31. 1916 _____________________________ .67
the 0 Tampa to Jacksonville. 0 SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS.
assessment and against the apportionmentof Treasurer's balance July 1, 1916 __________________________ 2820.84 ;
same amount to different pieces of property 0 No. 4_______________ 3:37 p. m. 0 Overdraft District 5, July 1. 1916 ________________ 7.75 I
be abutting improved and fronting that a copy said of streets this ordered resolution to. 0 No. 2_______________ 5:20 a. m. & Outstanding warrants July 1. 1916 _____________________ 8,028.65 8,03 40 '_ 1 1S
6 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 <8> j
shall be published once each week for two consecutive t p. m. Deficit July 1. 1916 ___________________________________ 5215.56 !
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph 6
July December 31st. UK:
Receipts. lit to
Starke.Be ,.a newspaper published in the Town of 0 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. ______________________________________-___________ 3,783.20 '

0 No. 20______________ 9:27 a. m. General
April it 1917 further, 7:30 resolved p. m..that the on town the council 24th day will of 6 <> Deficit ..__...___-__..._______.....__..._________________________ 1432.36 InsuranceI ,
Disbursement. July sat to December 31st Itlt:
4 4i
meet to consider any and all objections that 6 Starke and Wannee. For salaries of teachers ___.:_____________________________ 1,421.75 represent none but FIRST
may be filed on or before that date by any person 6 (Daily Except Sunday) Repairs to buildings ___________________________________ 305.73 It.
or persons interested against any assessment 6 No. Starke 0 Furniture .____________________________________ 33.25 CLASS companies and will be
Leaves 6:45
or assessments proposed to be levied. 101 a. m. __ __________________
Apparatus __.___.______________ 46.o constantly on the alert to
PROVIDED said person or person interestedwho A No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. <3> Insurance ________________________________________ 7.60; pro-
shall be dissatisfied, shall file with the 6 0 Janitors ______ _______________. 225.25 mote your interests. Guarantee
Town in Clerk before the 24th day of April 1917 / T. J. <8> Fuel __________________________________________.,.___ 113.50 courteous treatment to all : i
writing, stating specifically and clearly any GRIFFJN: Free books _________________________ 138,34Incidentals pa
objection that be may desire to urge against 6 Agent. f __.....____.........._______________________ 294.96 trons. A well written policy bya
any such apportionment or assessment 0 6 Treasurers commissions ________________________ 68.29 r;
Adopted in adjourned session of the Town Tax collector commissions ____________________ 181.59 first-class agent in a first- .
Council this 20th day of March,-1917. 66606666666666666KNOW Interest _____________________._ _______________-____ 158.40 2.982 76Deficit class company sometimes means
E. S. MATTHEWS.

Attest: Chairman. _____________________________________________________ 4415.12 much in case of loss by fire. i
C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. IT WELL Net dr. error ______________________________________ 2.86
CALL STREET Familiar Features Well Known to H. C. RICHARD Starke l
Prwi East Curb>> Line of Cherry Street to West Citizens. Deficit; ________________________________________________________ 4412.26 ,
Side of Water Street Hundreds of Starke Transfer account warrants paid in error by treasurer ____________ 80.00 .. I ] 1
Mrs. Clara B. Sistrunk-Lot* 6 6 7 and 8 blk
12. 210 ft frontage @ 12.06345 per ft front A familiar burden in many a home, Deficit December 31, 1916 _____________________________________ 4492.26
S4U.32. The burden of "bad back." Warrants outstanding December 31, 1916 ___________________ 7277.95 I
a
*n. Mary Weeks-Lots 5 6 7 8 blk 13, 210 ft Sloan's Liniment for Rheumatism.The
frontage G 12.06345 per ft front. $4Si 32 A lame, a weak or an aching back Trea urer'l balance December 31, 1916 ____________________________ 2,785.69
C. R. Jones-Lota 2 4 6 and 8 blk 22. 105 ft Often of kidney ills. BOND FUNDS. torture of rheumatism,
fr.stage & J2.06345 per ft front, $218.67 tells you Treasurer's balance July 1. 1916 ___________________ ________ 20079.83 pains and aches that make life .
T. N. UmbauKh-LoU 1 and 3 blk 22. 105 Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak Bonds outstanding July 1, 1916 ______..._________________________ 64000.00
ft frontage @ $2.06345 per ft front, 6216.Town .- kidneys. Marrants outstanding July 1, 1916 ____________________________ 16.463.21 80,463.21 able are relieved by Sloan's
17. a clean clear liquid that is easy to i
of Starke-AH blk 23 210 ft frontage Here is good testimony to prove it: Deficit July I, 1916 _____________________________ 60,383.38 ply and more effective than t
6 2.06345 per ft front. 43332. J. T:Shaw, farmer, R. F. D. No. 6, Receipt July lit to December 31st. UK: .
2888.40 plasters or ointments because it 1
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CALL STREET Box No 54, Gainesville, Fla., says: trates quickly without .

Fns to West Sid .f Bay Street to- the West "I have to be on my feet a great partof Deficit ___....__.____._'______?-_____._.._ :___________________ 57,494.98 the rubbing.
Cub Line tf Sanderson Lane. is the Disbursements July 1st to December Slut llt: many pains and aches
Stephen M. Wills- the time and I think that __-_________________________________________ 3581.81 exposure, strains, sprains and
Coaunenee at the direct cause of kidneys becoming
northwest corner of Call my
street and Bay and Sanderson streets in noticed in Deficit __________________ w_ 61,076.79Cr. soreness, Sloan's Liniment is
the Town of Starke and run thence northerly disordered. I first pains corrections _______________________________________ 7.40 ly effective. Always have a bottle
along the westerly boundary line of my back, which bothered me when I hand for
Bay or Sanderson street to the lands of the I The kidney secretionswere Deficit December 31, 1916 ________ ______ 61084.19 gout, lumbago,
Hoyt estate about 175 feet) thence westerly stooped over. Bonds outstanding December 31, 1916 __________________ 64000.00 backache, stiff neck and all
parallel with Call street fifty two irregular in passage. Doan'sKidney Warrants outstanding December 31. 1916Treasurer's ___________________ 1517.50 65517.50 pains. At druggists, 25c. ( ;
and one-half feet, thence southerly parallel Pills brought me quick relief. 2
with Bay or Sanders street to said Call The pains in my back left and the balance December 31, 1916 ___AND"LIABILITIES.__________________________ 4,433.31ASSETS .
Itlftt. thence easterly along Call street to f
.to the point of beginning 45 ft frontage kidney action became regular." \VAILABLE ASSETS r {-
6! $%.19837 ft front $98.93 Don't General School Fund i It
Bryant W. Hodges per Commencing at the NE Price 50 cents at all dealers. Balance cash in treasury ____.___? __________ .67
comer of Call-and streets running simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's Uncollected taxes, including current year _________________ 19393.95 '
thence in a NE direction Bay along Bay street Kidney Pills-the same that Uncollected polls ___ Special___________________ 1179.00 A. L. CREWS 1 1tt
all ft Tax DutrictCash
to Hogan's thence in SE
Alley a Foster-Milburn Co. ._ _____.________
direction along Hogan'a Alley 52% ft. Mr. Shaw had. in bond interest and sinking funds 4.433 31 t
thence Ba'anee cash in treasury ___ _____ __ 2,785.69
in SW direction and to N. Y. (28) ------
Bay street a 210 ft to Call street parallel, thence Props., Buffalo, Uncollected taxes, including current year _.___________________ 7,363.94 Blacksmith and Wheelwright .

along Call street 52% feet to place of beginning To Core a Cold la One Day Uncollected taxes bonded S. S. district 6,786.59 -4 ,
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ft front $115.41.4 frontage @ $2.19837 per 'Take IAXAT1VB BROMO Quinine. It stops the Total available assets _________________________________ 40943.15 -
William F. Edwards .-Lot numbe- one in Coqh sad Headache and work o@ the Cold. LIABILITIES. PLOW WORK A SPECIALTY;
blk No. one (2) in town of Starke hun- Drnreist refund money if it fail to cure. General SckooJ Fund.
dred five feet north and south and one fiftytwoand B. W. GROVES signature on each Dox. 25c:. Warrants outstanding for current expense ...____.___________ 26,930.35Funding
one half feet east and west near Call warrants outstanding ________..________ 19000.00
in the Make letterheads advertise Special Tax .. All Work 1
ftoeet NW of Section 28. Guaranteed
TP 6. % SW14.ft QG your Warrants outstanding _____________________ 777.95
22. 52 frontage
J2-8" range ft % your business. Give them individuality lend fund warrants outstanding ___________ 1517.50

W. McKinney per-Block numberlone. Iota two make them distinctive, noticeablenot Bonds outstanding ____.____________ 64000.00 I RAIFORD :-: FLORIDA.

three lot 12 and in four in the NW14 of the SW 22.% commonplace. Use good stock Total liabilities __________________________________________________ 118,725.80VALUE .
section 28. township 6 rang I I .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCHJ30. Ml7..

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;' i : 'R'Exhibt: FREE hibit With we each will purchase give free during a betfutifni1set tijU



4 of ALUMINUM WARE. It costs you !.nothH!


Of the famous South Bend Malleable. Always preferable. Starting ing. A set of this ware is now on exhibit in rn Y\'

Wednesday, April 4th, and doing Tuesday, April 10th. show window. i


EVERYBODY INVITED TO COME .

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DeWitt C. Jones
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You are urgently requested to be present, even though you are not in

the market for a RANGE. We want you to see the merits of the i f j HARDWARE

Malleable. ..

i A Special RANGE DEMONSTRATOR from the factory will be here t C "BLUDWINE" in the HOBBLE-SKIRT bottle will be served ICE

I here for one week only. You will find him interesting. ti __ --- COLD during the Exhibit. We want you to try it. .





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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and Wil- MILLER.The I NEW RIVER. -----

lie :Mae, Mr. and Mrs. :Mack Overstreetand LONG BRIDGE.
Mr. Chas. H. Register visited Or-
rain of Saturday and Sundaywas Mr. S. L. Crews, who has been in -
week. Mrs. Johnson wentas
i lando this of great benefit to the crops which South Florida for several months, returned Messrs. Sinclair Bryan and
a delegate from the Woodmen Cir- had just been pl 'nted. home last Tuesday morning. Dennison, of Raiford, attended

::1 County News Items cle; Messrs. Johnson and Register go- Our farmers are about through with Postmaster J. C. Berry was trans- day School at Long Bridge _Sui.,
: ing as delegates from the W. 0. W. their planting. They hve planted acting business in Starke last Wed- Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler, .
Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet made things nearly one month earlier than hereto- nesday. professional visitor in our tig
the in their last comfflrajb 7
complete by taking party Sunday.
fore.A The farmers of this section
were
latcrcftinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Ford. great many are ready to begin Mr. Stafford Crews '
the nice little showers
to
glad see arrived
I Regular Correspondents. Mrs. Emma Wimberly, who has been chopping cotton. The advent of the very which fell Tuesday from South Florida hrf
Sunday morning. They were when
boll weevil has made them "do about.
spending quite a while in South Flor- greatly needed and appreciated. has been employed in a large
Carl Brown and Earl Peeples, who OTKI.
ida, has returned to Lake Butler to grove.
.. make short visit with relatives and are attending school at Fort White, Mr. Ben Crosby and sister, Miss Lil- Mr. Jim Tison, of Starke
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.A a visited
-. visited home folks Saturday and Sun lie, of Brooker, spent last Sunday afternoon sister, Mrs. John kg
BROOKER.The HAMPTON. friends. in New Rtver. Thornton, last Sta-
Mr.! Mrs.! L. F. Wood of Jack- day.Mabel day. "
and ,
and Eurie Brown who
of Gaines
are Mr. Everett Newberry, Those who attended !the short
sonville, spent last Saturday and Sanday attending school at Bland, were weekend ville, attended the party at Mr. and in Starke conducted warn
Friday J. J. Sanders is home again after a by Mrs.
Brooker school closed last with their here, Mr. and Waldoa
parents visitors at home. :Mrs.: C. Linnon's last Tuesday night.
were Misses :
I with an entertainment in the even business visit to Tampa. Mrs. H. S. Adkins. W. 0. Brooks, of Providence, motored Mrs. B. J. Sapp and Miss Pearl Ren- lIerrittlallC:: MiriamJ Crews ( Adkins, Lea
I Dora
ing. The play that was presented was Mr. Dowling, of the Graham sectionwas Rev. W. H. Coleman, of Ocala, ,!led through here Sunday afternoon. froe were shopping in Starke last report a fine time + TiwiAJ
owe of the best ever reproduced by visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. at ;
this school and there were about two a his regular appointment at the Christian Clyatt are Wednesday. Mrs. M. M. Drake, cj Raiford, risk!
hundred to the enter Supt. E. R. Poppell attended the church last Sunday with the usual tending the head camp convention oftM Mr. and Mrs. C. Linnon'gave a par ed her parents, sir ind Mrs. B.
enjoy r,
present
I I tainment. closing of the high school here Friday. enthusiasm and interest. Owingto Woodmen of the World and' the ty last Tuesday night in honor of Mrs. Merritt, :Monday.: .' .
state convention of the Woodmen Circle Linnon's brother, Mr. Everett New-
Mrs. B.
J. Miss
the rains the Sapp and
'ReWalters filled his appoint e"1t A most enjoyable affair was the lin heavy congregations at Orlando this week.B. berry. Quite a number were presentand froe, Pearl Res-
at the Free Will Baptist church Satur- shower given in honor of Miss Min- were rather small. E. Brown is visiting in South all enjoyed a nice time nesday.were shopping in Starke Wei

day and Sunday.Mr. ren e Saxon, at the home of Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Maud! Ballington Booth, one ofthe Florida this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pinholster, of The stork visited the home
and Mrs. L. A. Brown entertained on Monday evening. The many Volunteers of America, accompanied R. B. Roberts and C. H. Harrison, Brooker, spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Merritt !Tuesday of Ife
last Monday evening at the costly gifts and expression of goodwill by Lieut. Cols. F. C. and E. H. of Worthington, were in our burg on Pinholster's sister, Mrs. B. J. Sapp. 20th, and left a fine boy. Hard_
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, are indicative of the esteem i in Fegley, Dr. Gann, Adjt. Odom and. business one day last week. Mr. J. J. Thomas and sister, Miss Don't forget the Sunday School E'
in honor of the teachers. Music and which the recipient is held. Capt. Gillian, passed through Lake Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dukes, Jr., visited I Lizzie, of Jasper, spent last Sunday i in erybody come and tiring some one wiS
1 games were played until a late hour, Mr. J. D. Weatherbee and Miss Minnie Butler last Sunday on their way to their son, Price, at Little SpringsSunday. I New River. you every Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 '
when refreshments, consisting of ice Saxon were quietly married Tuesday Raiford, where she preached to the i Mr. June Dollar, of Gainesville, attended
cream and cake, were served by Mes- March 27th. prisoners of the State Farm. Mrs. 0. S. Thomas made a business tripto the party at Mr. Linnon's last DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL
dames P. M. Barefoot, J. M. Shaw, L. I Booth is known as the "Mother of the Alachua one day last week. Tuesday evening.
Rev. T. L. Z. filled his
A. Brown and G. B. Colson. There Barr regular Prisoners" and she is highly interested Mrs. W. L. Thomas, of Starke, is Mrs. J. C. Byrd and children, of -
were about thirty young folks present appointment here Sunday, both morning in Hope Hall receiving home at visiting relatives in our midst this Graham, spent last week with :Mrs: The little daughter of Mr. and Mn
and a number came from Hampton. and evening. I Hampton. week.J. Byrd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. N. L. Varnes, died near Lake Butler
t All declared it a most enjoyable af Hampton was honored by the presence The pastor of Hampton church S. Brown made a trip to Bland Berry. Tuesday afternoo.i, March 20, 191t
fair. of Mrs. Maud Booth is one of this noble'woman's converts. Sunday afternoon. Mr. M.
Ballington J. Sapp and Mr. J. J. Thomas She was one year, four months ton
Miss Lula Thomas and sister, of I who on Saturday evening addressed a She Is one of the greatest spiritual 0. V. Brooks, of Providence, motored of Jasper, motored down to weeks old. The cause of her ,dtsti
Miller, attended the ''school entertain large and appreciative audience at the women known and is a power wherevershe through here Monday morning. Sampson City Sunday afternoon. i was measle '
ment here Friday evening! and spent Christian church. Mrs. Booth, whose goes. What a blessing she is to Miss Florence Dix is visiting in i Mr. and Mrs. Warren, of Clayno
the week-end with friends. life and fortune has been devoted to poor sin-sick prisoners.Mrs. South Florida this week. I spent last Tuesday night in New River. '
T. H. Waters and Marion, made Millie Lea is gone, buf. not forgottea
son ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Chislem and little prison reforms and other charitable F. M. Rivers and daughter, I ,
girl
Russell, and little Marion Rivers I i I a business trip to Lake Butler Friday. The young and old folks are to meet To a fair and happy la d; "
F Mary Ruth, of Orlando, are in Brook work, is the greatest woman orator of madea ,
Mrs. E. B. Hiec, of Dukes is visit Though hearts !
next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at our a iue crushed mi
er for while. Mr. Chislem is tele the most pleasant visit to Middleburg
world. I
f a a She is the founder of the ing her
daughter, Mrs. H. S. Miller. the Masonic
Hall New bleeding
at River, for ,
graph and is this week, relatives
operator visiting and
temporarily relieving homes for ex-convicts, known as Hope Mr. Isham Brown, of Bland is visiting the
j Mr. Hazen, the agent. I 'friends. purpose of organizing a Sunday Sometime, some day, (rill understand
Halls
of which is
one in course of relatives in our town this week. school. Everybody invited. /UNT
Miss :Mamie Pinholster, who taughtat erection near Hampton. Claude Adkins, of Jacksonville, MARY.

Hampton the past winter, returned Mrs. Booth and company, consistingof spent last Sunday. with his parents I
i to her home near here Saturday. Col. here.
i and Mrs. Feagal, of New Or
Miss Mayme Oliver left Saturday leans, and Rev. McGuire, of New York Mr. Isham Cone, the popular barber
' I afternoon for a week's visit with relatives arrived at 10:53 Saturday morning, from Gainesville, was shaking hands
r and friends in Starke and Mid- and with friends this week. '
were met at the train by
: a number
dleburg.Mr. of citizens. Mrs. Booth was escorted Miss Eloise Fowler, of Columbia Vaccination ,
John Collins left Sunday for to the home of A. A. Futch, and College is visiting her homefolks this Campaigjn
Hampton, where he has
accepted a position the remainder of the week.
party were entertained
with the S. A. L.
Railway com
at the hotel by representative Dick Moore, of St. .Petersburg, was
pany. .citizens of the town in town this week.

his After parents spending here, Mr.several J. A.weeks Pinholster with The Ladies Aid Society of the J. E. Harper, of Gainesville, spent .

.. i left Tuesday for his home in Clay 'Hampton Baptist church gave a picnic last Sunday with his family.Mr. .
county, near Belmore.Mr. party on Thursday of last week, complimentary C. F. Rivers has purchased a Has Closed j

Carl Ward left Saturday for to the managers of the society new Ford.
Charleston, S. C., to resume his position i in appreciation of the success Miss Annie Rimes, of Bland,visited ji
with the S. A. L. Rilway Company. attained in helping and aiding church her sister last week, Mrs.! A. C. Strick-

work. The party motored from this land. ,
Little Misses Willie Mae and Can- place to Santa Fe lake,where the day Carl Alderman, of Columbia College, i!
tie Oliver and Guy Pinholster spent was spent in fishing, boating and wad 'visited his parents here this week. Messrs W. H. Embry and Herman I
t Morris
last
friends.week-end in Starke visiting their ing. At noon a feast was spread, consisting Dewey Fralick, of Providence, one representatives of the Inter: -State

Mr. Jno. Shriver has has his house of the delicacies of the season!, jof our prosperous farmers, was in Vaccine Company, of Kansas City, Mo., have been ordered to other fields, going .

remodeled, and in place of the cottage to which the participants did ample Monday.Mrs. from here to Ocala. This closes the demonstration
he had, now stands a handsome bung justice. Those present were, A. A. .of John Alderman and little John, campaign inauguratedsome
'I' alow. We are looking forward to the Durden, wife and children, Herbert Jr., Jacksonville, are visiting her weeks ago by the Bank of Starke.
time when many other such homes v' and Hilda; Mrs. W. B. Alexander and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Town- i I

I be seen in Brooker. daughter, Wilma; Mr. C. E. Harperand -. send. The Bank has made
i Mrs. F. A. Scott, district deputy wife; Mrs. L. M. Wainwright, Mrs.J. !. The Glee Club! of Lake City, gave a arrangements with the Company to keep on,hand a

i nurse fessional, was in Brooker Tuesday on proJ -, L. Scotten; Mrs. Mary Geiger, Mrs. very interesting play at the high supply of virus and serum to be sold at factory cost. Those who wish to do
business.Mr. Elsie Sparkman, Mrs. Sullivan, Mr. school last Saturday night, which was ;
Julian Collins and sister, Miss and Mrs. A. A. McDonald, Mrs. Mary highly enjoyed by all present. their own vaccinating may call at the Bank and secure serum and virus jn such
Mary, and Mrs. I.
< J W. Pinholster, Jr., Weeks, of Starke aNid Many of our folks attended will .
motored over to Waldo Tuesday morn Mrs. Kate young a quantity as supply their needs, and we will order vaccinating
chicken
Sparkman, of Waldo. pilau at Worthington last Fri- instruments
ing and several
bought
and other kinds of plants.hundred tomato Rev. LaRowe will fill his regular appointments day night and reported a royal good for them at first cost, the cost of the outfit being $5 at this time. Beth the f

I _,A party composed of Misses Ole at the Christian church on time. serum and virus and the instruments must be
I II Ward. LOC& Johnson, Edyth Crosby, next Sunday. At the morning service The recent rains has made the soil now paid for on delivery, the
II and Messrs. Hall and Brown motored the subject will be, "The Great in fine condition for planting and the plan of taking notes having ended with the closing of the !

to Earleton Tuesday and spent the day Day of Armageddon," and in the even- farmers are just hustling. We would aign. I camp.
on Santa Fe lake. Boat rowing and ing, "The Key to a Happy and Successful like to advise citizens to plant every t
fishing were the principal snorts indulged Life." nook and corner in something to eat,
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large string in and of they trout returned and speckled,with a We regret to chronicle the death of for this high cost of food has put many Persons who prefer to employ some one to do their vaccinating vi ill find I

perch. our friend and fellow citizen, Lang people into a starving condition. We ,kwH. Whisler and T. N. '
Miss Thelma Ward left Wednesday Wilson, who was badly injured at the need more people to till the soil and Kendrick of Starke, are capable oator,

for Lukens where she will spend the sawmill at Graham Wednesday, March make their own living, and not so and may arrange with either of them for the service: There
summer with her parents. 21st and died three days later at the many people living out ,of paper bags. other throughout are dciubtle51 ,
the "
: After having taught one of the best hospital in Gainesville, where he was persons county who are doing the and
:. : terms of school taught in Brooker for rushed for treatment. The bereft fam PALESTINE.Mrs. it will be a matter entirely with the farmer 'whether lTon
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many years, the teachers left Wednesday ily has the sympathy of the entire as to he does vaccinating i:
Prof. Hall: went to his home at community. or employs some one of these to do it
persons for 'Bank'ss '
him. The
Orange' Heights, Miss Loca Johnson Hon. E. S. :: J. J. Hodges has been spendinga is
Matthews
to her home at Raiford, Miss of Starke, few days with her Mr. part wish to immune their
Olga was a most pleasant son, Daniel d0aHl.r'l! e"M hogs against **
:. ; Ward to Lukens, where.she will spend Friday. visitor here last Hodges, at Macclenny. c ra are !:'
with
the summer with her parents, and Miss. Mr. Daniel Hurst spent Saturday cost the serum virus. "
Eunice Hazen to Worthington, where I I C. A. Stephens and Mr. Pinholster and Sunday in Lake City.
she will attend a snrin? noraml. They'have been added to the depot force I Little Ethel and Rosie Mikell are It is of first importance that and V
: are all young people of sterling character i,here.Mr. spending a few days with their uncle, serum virus be kept cool We have made
I ;I I and will be greatly missed here, and Mrs. David Dyal and Mr. Mr. N. H. Hurst. arrangements for cold storage of the stock kept on hand and "
t where they' have accomplished so much and Mrs. P. E. Johns, formerly of this Mr. N. H. Hurst spent Sunday with for it must supply themselves persons coming '
good.Miss place but now of Belmore, spent the his sister, Mrs. W. P. Mikell. with arrangements for preserring it u1til it is :
.. Amy Green, of Lake Butler, week-end with relatives here. Mrs. N. H. Hurst and little son, Jos- used A small of ice in a box filled
spent several days of last week here The boys ( ?) of Hampton indulged eph, is spending a few days with relath.es ? with sawdust will answer this p'urpose.

-r.. t with her brother, Mr. L. R. Green, and yin an old time serenade Tuesday night at Macclenny and will visit relatives /wt serum or virus will be made "by the Bank
L wife II I'in honor of Mr. and friends in Charlton county, as delay in tran- :.
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson, of Rai ,,ersbee. and Mrs. J. D. Weath- Ga., before returning home. proper refrigeration might cause spoilage. ,
: ford, spent Sunday with relatives here. The East Florida singing convention
... Mrs. E. N. Alexander left Monday i Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Summers are meets with Cypress Grove singing son ,i
for a few days visit with her sister, now the proud parents of a girl, bor ciety on the fifth Sunday and Saturday

Mrs. L. A. Wynn, near Hampton, after March 26th. before in April, and dinner will be ("

.:- which she will return to ftr Lome LAKE BUTLER. spread on invited the ground to come both and days.bring well Everybody Bank .

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it Jacksonville. filled baskets. of Starke
The little infant son of Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. Lewis Alford and family spent ;:.

L. L. Johns died! Tuesday and Wit!! bur The whole community is in deep Saturday night with his parents, Mr

ied Wednesday at the Sapp cemetery sympathy with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. and Mrs. T. J. Alford, near Sapp. f
J ... near New River. Strickland in the loss of their little Miss' Weltha Brannen spent Saturday .
:, Dr. L. L. Lamb returned Saturday son, A. C. Jr. He took the measles with Miss Eliza Brannen. r

night from South Florida, where he and not being strong, pneumonia set Mr. Elijah Stafford made a business
trip to Starke
visited relatives for a few weeks. I.in. Altogether it was too much for We Macclenny Saturday. Fk
'" Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon, of the his physical condition and he passed Brannen are on sorry the sick to report list this little week.Edith 1:

: :; Starke section, were in Brooker Wednesday away last Thursday night. A. C. was ,
Y y combining business with pleasure. a very bright child and
r a great fav Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell
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