Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FRIDAY, April 6.-A telephone message from Gainesville at 8 o'clock r
PRESIDING OFFICERS BOTH + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 baid the House had passed the senate war resolution by a large majority, at + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + STEEL CAGE FOR CONVICTS I ,r

+ + 3 o'clock this morning.WASHINGTON + +

+ ----- + April .-The war resolution was passed by the senate + + R .

R. A. GREEN WELL KNOWN + "Old Glory" waves from many + I tonight by a vote of 82 to 6. It goes to the house, where_debate will begin to- + The Town of Starke has just + CLERK ALLOWED $100 MONTH
+ of our business houses and resi- + + completed system of sewerage, + ; i
BRADFORD COUNTY MAN, IS + dences, to the satisfaction of the + morrow morning at 10 o'clock to continue! until action is taken. + and the paving of its streets is + ON ACCOUNT OF INCREASED 1 I

MADE CHIEF CLERK. + true patriot and the encouragement + Senators who cast the negative votes were Gronna of North Dakota, La + nearing completion; the work of + DUTIES OF HIS
+ of the wavering. The Odd + Follette of Wisconsin, Norris of Nebraska, Lane of Oregon, Stone of Missouri + cleaning up its streets is now be- + OFFICE.

+ Fellows are busy erecting a high + and Vardaman of Mississippi + ginning, therefore; + ."

Perhaps for the first time in the his- pole on the roof of the Odd Fellows' +n The resolution, drafted after consultation with the state department and + In order to further the effortsof + Monday, April 2nd. the board of .
tory of the state the presiding officersof Building, from which a 14- + already accepted by the house committee, says the state of war thrust upon the + the Civic League for a cleaner county commissioners called
+ foot flag will be unfurled to the + u formally declared and directs the president to + and better home town, I hereby + was to or-
both branches of the state legisla- United States by Germany der at the
court house
+ in Starke
breeze. The flag should be to the + + designate that by
period between the +
the 'employ the entire military and naval forces and the resources of the govern-
citizens of town.
ture are same + American what the cross is to the + ment to on war and bring it to a successful termination. + 9th and the 23rd days of April, + Chairman S. T. Dowling, with all mem- j
When the legislature convened Tues- + Christian, a cherished symbol to + -----Action carry in the senate came just after II o'clock at the close of a debate + 1917, inclusive, as "Clean Up and + bers present, to-vcit: J. L. Underhill ; !i
day at noon Senator J. B. Johnson, of + love and reverence. + that had lasted continuously since 10 o'clock this morning. The climax was + Paint Up" weeks.I + R. J. Andrews, H. D. May and J. J. ii
Live Oak, was elected president of the reached when Senator John Sharpe Williams denounced a speech by Senator + urge, that during the period + Blackwelder. ,
senate, and Representative Gary A. ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + LaFollette as more worthy of Herr von Bethmann-Hollweg than of an Amer- + above designated, all citizens will + Minutes of last meotingread and i y

Hardee, of the same city, was elected ican senator. The passage of the resolution was not marked by any outburst + gather up and destroy or other- + approved. t ,i' '
speaker of the house. COMMISSIONER ANDREWS from the galleries. The senators themselves were unusually quiet. Many of + wise dispose of all waste paper, + This being the day adve tised for .
CHANGE IN ROAD WORKING in voices that with emotion.A + cans and rubbish which has accumulated +
Bradford county friends of SenatorW. them answered to their names quivered + receiving bids for the. purchase of an '
substitute resolution offered by Senator McCumber, to declare the exis- around their premises, +
,18 man steel for the
M. of Lake + cage Letter care .
Igou, county, are pleased
to do all in their to +
tence of a state of war after the sinking of another American ship by Germanywas power 1
of the
state and
to know that he was elected presi- Thinks Force of Convicts Should Be + eliminate breeding places of mosquitoes + county convicts work-
of the for killed by a viva voce vote. + ed upon the public roads, the,following .
dent pro tern senate. Represen- Employed Each District. and flies; and to do all + .
tative W. M. Taylor, of Manatee coun- GALLERIES WERE PACKEDThe + things which will be conducive to + bids were received: Austin' Brothers, ....
ty, was elected speaker pro tern of the galleries were filled to overflowing and on the floor back of the senators' + a cleaner, better, healthier and + of Atlanta, bid was for $(>40rto: ; Ulmer
County Commissioner R. J. Andrewsof almost half the of the house. In the diplomatic
house. seats were membership + more attractive town. + Wagon Works of Vablostar; was for r
the Lake Butler district, is of the gallery was Senator Lansing, Counsellor Polk of the state department, Minis- + JOE HILL WILLIAMS, + $475.00; Good Roads : Co.
These officers were all chosen with- opinion that the'present method of ter Calderon of Bolivia, and Minister Ekengren of Sweden. Earlier in the + Mayor. + bid was for $640.K Th Machinery
out opposition. What seems"to have working the county-roads could be evening Dr. Ritter, the Swiss minister, in charge of German interests in this + + considering all blfs board, after ,
been the most spirited contest inci- greatly improved ppon by the employ- country, had been there. Secretary McAdoo was on the floor during the last + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + second the upon notion and
dent the in few hours of the debate.As bid submitted ly the Ul-
to organization -developed ment of a larger force. Mr. Andrews
the selection of a chief clerk for the I thinks each commissioners district the last name was called and the clerk announced the vote, 82 to 6, 01 I mer Wagon Works of Val<:psta, Ga.,
there was hardly a murmur of applause. All six of the members who voted THE STRAWBERRY MOVEMENT. for $475 was accepted.
house of and in this
should have foreman and force of W'iiiiams
a a
against the resolution were members of the group of twelve which'defeated I Application of F. L. for .
contest R. A. Green well known hands -
a at work constantly the roadsof
on the armed neutrality bill at the last session._ There was no attempt to filibuster the position of janitor for court house .
young Bradford county man, came out the district. He thinks the pres- this time, however, and most of the thirteen hours of debate was consumed by I i Berries Scarce and Higher Prices PrevaiL was accepted and ordered paid 1 $15
the winner with a big majority over ent method of having one force work- champions of the resolution.- Of the other six opponents of the armed neutral month. j I per

his opponent, Bryan Mack, of Pensa- ing throughout the county is not effective ity bill, Senators Cummins, Kenyon and Kirby voted for the resolution tonight. : Petition presented asking the boardto

cola.For and that we will never have any Senators O'Gorman, Clapp and Works retired to private life after last session. The strawberry movement since our place the name of H. C. H zen
number of the office of very great improvement in the roads last
a years account has been follows: the roll and Kim
pauper giant assis-
chief clerk has been most acceptablyfilled until a change made. At presentthe WASHINGTON April 5.-Debate on the war resolution began in the _
road hands in of house promptly at 10 o'clock this morning with Chairman Flood, of the for- 1 Friday-By express, 96 bushels, by tance. Upon motion and see '>nd, peti- I ,
by John G. Kellum, a former are engaged one tion refused. .
| refrigerator cars, 316 bushels. Prices |
eign affairs committee, making the opening statement.
the districts for time and
Bradford citizen. Mr. Kellumis a given are
county Passage of the resolution, which will complete the action of Congress in :averaged $4 per bushel. Cost bill presented for payment in
then transferred to another district. .
secretary of the board of control declaring that a state of war exists between Germany and the United States, | Saturday-By express, 92 bushels, case State of Fl.rida"s pte Gallo-
and treasurer of the Womans' Collegeat By the time they have gone around to is expected before night by a heavy majority, comparable with that which attended by refrigerator cars, about 150 bush- way. Upon motion and se, ond, was
Tallahassee. A short time ago Gov- the several districts of the county sev- its passage last night in the senate. els. Average price $5. laid over until next nieetii'jr of the
ernor Catts launched a vigorous pro- eral months have elapsed and the The.senate was not in session today, having adjourned over until tomor- board. t
test against persons holding clerical roads and bridges in the district where row to await the action of the House on the resolution.The Monday-By express, 150 bushels, Upon motion and second &
the circuit started have been concentrated their members of the housein by refrigerator cars, 400 bushels. Pri- was ordered -
positions under the state becoming neglectedso pacifists today energies on that the
candidates for clerical positions with long that they are in just as bad or- an effort to defeat the resolution. Their leaders announced that in event of ces, $3.50 to $6, the average being $5: I meeting of the scrip board issued 4,: the last ,
the legislature. Yielding to this viewof der as before they were worked. adoption of the resolution in the house they would then start work in opposition Tuesday-By express, 273 bushels, be to Elizabeth I
the Mr. Kellum withdrewhis Commissioner Andrews thinks a to conscription.A by refrigerator cars, 142 bushels, Average Goolsby cancelled and heij name be t
governor for the chief force of conyicts should be employedfor bill is ready for congress, after the war resolution passes, which it is price, $4.50.WednesdayBy. dropped from pauper roll. } Also ordered J
candidacy clerkship, believed will provide for the training of not less than two million men within express, 213 bush- that scrip drawn Jo Henry
and it was quite generally acceptedthat each district and be kept constantly two years. It does not provide for volunteers. Army officers are opposed to els; by refrigerator cars, 376 bushels. Mitchell for months of January, Feb-
this would make easy sailing for at work, making repairs when need- sending troops abroad unless they are highly trained, equipped and organized,. Average price, $5. ruary and March, 1917, beicancelledand {
Bryan Mack, of Pensacola, who appeared ed and at other times grading and as a poorly trained army would be a menace instead of a help. The prices were better than at last his name dropped frori pauper
to be the governor's candidate stumping the roads and placing clay Secretary Daniels has announced that contracts for two hundred subma roll.
writing owing to the better j
'for the clerkship, but 'the members of or other hard surfacing on the sand rine chasers and coast patrol boats have been let. carrying Death of Allen
of the
quality berries and also the lim- pauper
the house seem to have decided other- stretches. In this way he thinks the Requests for immediate appropriation of $3,400,000,000 for the army and ited was reported and it Edwardl red that
wise about the matter. roads might be continually improved, navy were made Congress today by the executive departments. supply. After the freeze came the $7.50 be urial
When Mr. Green left home at the but doubts whether any noticeable improvements Provision is made for increasing the enlisted strength of the navy to 150- thrips, which eat the pollen of, the and his expenses
\, end of last week he candidatefor will ever be made under 000.men and to increase the marine corps to thirty thousand. Of the great flowers, making them sterile.* But the name dropped from .
was roll.
a the of sum, a little more than $2,930,000,000 is asked for the army. plants are fast recovering' from the pauper
assistant chief clerk. When he present system employing a Senator Lodge in supporting the war resolution in the senate declared the drawback, and re-invigorated by this Upon motion and second [the roadsas
small force to be moved hither and
reached Tallahassee the scenes shifty United States should seize the German merchant ships in American ports and week's rains, will no doubt make a laid out by Coramissioneij Andrewsand
ed rapidly and he was-soon placed in i thither over the county. use them to replace ships Germany has sunk by submarines. better showing henceforth. worked, leading fiom tete: Varnes ,
:',,' the race for the chief clerkship with The Telegraph believes the sugges- branch and to intersect with the Lake
tion made Mr. Andrews is worthyof -- -- ---.--- ---- ---
z the assurance of winning. The by PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS.J. Butler and Sanderson pubM: road to
correspondent of the Times-Union fur- careful 'consideration.SERVICES Lake Butler, also the public toad lead-
; nishes the following account of the NORTH DAKOTA MAN WRITES OF ing from Dukes station to Vie bridge
k AT PRESBYTERIAN C. Manning has of W. El-
contest that resulted in the election of bought across Fiver Mile to intersect with the
I Mr. Green: CHURCH. lery Davis an 80-acre farm on the Rai- public road leading from L.tice Butler

Representatives James M. Johnson HER ford road. The farm lies north and to Worthington
STARKE AND SURROUNDINGS Spring? was j>y the or- ,
of Escambia county, nominated Bryan Rev. R. W. Edwards, Presbyterianstate west of the Kersey place, on the-ridge der of board made public roads as '

Mack,, of Pensacola for chief clerk of misisonary, has arranged for between Coffee and Gum branches. above designated. *

# the house. The nomination was en- Rev. C. H. Abernathy, of Jacksonville, Forty acres are cleared and Mr. Manning Upon motion and second*an order

; thusiastically seconded by Representative to preach next Sunday morning and LAUDS PUBLIC SPIRIT ALREADY SHOWN AND URGES CIT- has three plows at work, makingthe was given to the Good Roacfc; Machinery -

Amos Lewis.Representative. evening at the Presbyterian"church. land ready for or cultivating corn, Company of KennUt S Scare, Pa.,
A. S. Crews, of Brad- It is important that every member I IZENS TO GO AHEAD WIJH OTHER IMPROVEMENTS. velvet beans and peanuts. John Glis- for one No. 80 24x21 fly test for the

ford, in a forceful speech of some of the church hear Mr. Abernathy. The !son will have charge of the farm. mules, to cost $6:>.76. J

length, put in the nomination of R. A. friends of the church are also invitedto I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fling, who have comes your sewerage and waterworks. The office of county treasurer having -
< Green, of Bradford county, who servedat attend on that date. been spending some time in Starke as They are a credit to Starke. Now OCALA AND STARKE PULL been abolished and it is yicumbent
the 1915 session assistant clerk. I I Mrs. E. T. That OFF SENSATIONAL GAME the board of
as guests of Dr. and Campbell, comes your new pavement. upon county cojnmission-
The nomination was ably seconded by- will leave today for their home in Mi- means much to your city. Every dol- ers and the clerk of the circuit court ':i
Representative Marion Jennings, of TilE DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS. not, North Dakota. Before leavingMr. lar invested in public improvements OCALA, March 31.-The Ocala to carry on this office under Cie statute ;11 j

Duval county. Representative Frank The Drum and Bugle Corps of the Fling handed the Telegraph the advances the value of your property.If High School team played a team from and for additio'nal compensation to .!

Clark, Jr., of Alachua county, also Industrial Home, Macon, Ga., arrivedin following communication, which, we you have men at the head of your Starke here today in a sensational clerk and auditor and the various other 1i
the need of
will be read with interest by city affairs can see
spoke in of Mr. are sure, which resulted in tie of duties in connection wits; the budget .
forcefully 4 to
support Starke last Friday and gave a mus- citizens of Starke and Bradford coun- public improvements, keep them in and game, a -
Green's nomination, as did also Repre- ical entertainment at the High School all boost. Pay your taxes like a prince 4. A great amount of ill-feeling was financial statement, et., it was :!
sentative Jas. B. Stewart, of Nassau, auditorium. The boys were smart ty.To the Editor of the Bradford Courl- and don't complain of their being too caused because the Starke team, which ordered that his salary be! increased

who was a college mate of Mr. Green. looking chaps in khaki, some of them ty Telegraph-Thinking perhaps you :high. You can't have a good town if was supposed to have high school players from $75 to $100 per month, to com-

Each of these gentlemen testified quite small, but they proved to be masters would like to know what a Northernman !you don't have public spirited men for played a professional player, who mence January 1, 1917. ;
strongly to the qualifications and cap- of their instruments and highly thinks of your county and city, leaders and citizens who will stand be- had attended school only a week. The The board adjourned to .meet first

abilities.of their choice and emphasized pleased their audience. No admissionwas will try to give you my idea of it, as it hind them.I Ocala team, who are all bona fide high Monday in May, 1917. i ,
the advantage of the experience charged, but a collection taken up strikes me. Have been looking over have just returned from Lakeland school players, refused to play themas W. T. WEEKS.
gained by Mr. Green assistant. chief showed the good will toward the boys. I considerable of the surrounding coun- where land sells from $300 to $1,000 a high school team, but played themas :...- .
clerk! at former sessions? morning they played stir-I try and find abundance of good land, per acre and they have the cleanest a team from Starke. The featureof GYPSIES' FESTIVAL.Qn .
Saturday I have
that under cultivation would and most up-to-date town seen
Three tellers were appointed as follows airs the streets and proper the game was a three-base hit by
ring martial on rich returns to Bradford coun- in Florida. Why is it? Just because
: Representatives Clark, Barber another colection brought them a neat bring and to build beautiful they have men of enterprise and are Home, and a home run, knocked in the account of the revisal at the
help up
and Marshall. The ballot resulted: little sum. They left soon after _in ty little city. It seems to me what you all boosters. Farms are under high ninth inning by Blalock, and the good Methodist church this wee* the con-

Bryan Mack, 26; R. A. Green, 48. their auto truck for Green Cove. need here is more new blood. Adver- cultivation, beautiful fruit trees, load- work of Horne, who struck out thir- cert which was to b<* given Friday

There was a round of hand clapping, ---- tise! Get it before the North what ed with fine fruit, but no better land teen men. night (tonight) has been. postponed "
responding to which Mr. Green bowed DEATH OF MRS. BREEDEN. you have! Boost! Let every man be a than you have here; fine roads and Batteries: Horne and Blalock; Beas- until Tuesday night, April' 10.
his acknowledgements.For booster. When a stranger 'comes to building more. They have bonded for ley and Chancey. Mrs. Hughes has carefully trained

assistant chief clerk the names biro W. I.. Rr+>ede", of the Graham your city, all pull together; show him $2,000,000 for road purposes. That is Umpire, Batts; time, 2:00. thirty-five youn people, the cast to
of the following gentlemen were put t section, died' Wednesday, April 4th, at what others have done and what! he what brings men with capital. Theysee The Ocala team desires some more include the most talented :in Starke,

in nomination: J. Irvin Waldon, Rodney her home. She leaves to mourn her can do with your vast acreage of un- a beautiful country, neat farms, games, as their schedule is not yet and this occasion promise: to be the .
loss her husband and children, the lands straighten out your not so much the amount of money ex-
C. Wilson. The ballot resulted: improved ; full-Ocala. correspondence in Times- most interesting and unuscial of any-
youngest four days old. The many roads make more good roads, and pended, but the way things'are keptup.
; Union. thing of the kind riven in
Waldon, 44; Wilson, 28: Williams, 2. friends of.the bereaved family deeply urge all farmers to fix up their homes It all helps to increase the value The ever Starke. '
For bill clerk the following names sympathize with them.P. and use more paint. Nothing improvesthe of land. Gypsies' Festival i is a bright
were suggested: C. C. Epperson, E. L. looks of a farm so much as to have "Why Not Starke?" Let us take Charges Refuted. little eperetta, full of beautiful songs,

r.. Johnson. The ballot give Epperson M. Padgett, of Lake Butler, was the surroundings of the farm home this for our slogan-"Why Not acting, etc., all in fancy costumes. The
68, and Johnson 4.Committee. here Monday on business before the nice and slick. A little care and paint !. Starke?" Let everybody tell every- OCALA, April 2.-Sporting Editor last part of the evening wfil; be given '
school board. :Mr. Padgett is a member catches the eye of a newcomer more body's friends. You surely have the Times-Union. "We wish to correct over to a charming little play in one ,
of trustees of the than anything else and advances the climate, soil and enterprising citizensto any mistaken idea about the Starke act, "The Knot of White Ribbon.-
Assignments.At of the school and was here to value of rot only that particular farm put this city on the map if you will base ball team that might have got- The characters in this little play will
the time the Telegraph goes to Lake Butler of financing but the adjoining lands. Get together, all boost.I ten out from the report of the game be from the high school Department.
press the house committee assign- seek a solution of the problem farmers and town people and boost and am in hopes to be one of you in .played here Saturday. The Starke Mrs. Hughes has worked faithfully

ments have not jet been published. a school that is growing Sev-faster all boost! together. Ypu will see dollars the near future, and will gladly do allI boys are one of the best liked, cleanest to make the evening an eri-oyable one jt
President Johnson of the senate announced numbers than in resources. As to can to help. I
in where you now see cents. and most gentlemanly teams that for young and old, and 't is hoped
his committee appointments in Bradford countyare done Now let everyone help the clean up'
eral of the schools your little city, you have won- has visited The
our city. dispute referred that the auditorium will crowded.
Wednesday. Senator Andrews, of this confronted with this problem.Mrs. ders in the last few years, I can plainly club and let's see'if the railroad willnot
: to arose only as a difference of The concert is for the Wnefit of the
county, is chairman of the committeeon churches and fine new give us a new depot. -4
prisons and convicts and a memberof school see-your building surely are proud ly is deserving of one. Give us a nice,, opinion, and did not amount to much. piano which is used in thf-J auditorium
Jacksonville, you
two other committees, Municipalities J. M. GOrnto, Mrs.of W. J. Ep- of and well you may be. That is the clean place to. receive all newcomes. "THE OCALA HIGH SCHOOL, and a very small adinisskjn fee of 15 f

., and Mining and Mineral Resources. is person visiting, for her several sister days., best money you ever invested. Then A. C. FLING.. BASEBALL TEAM." ,and 25,cents will be charged.

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ATLANTIC SINKING VESSELS 'j i I TO BE A SERIOUS MATTER'hortage I!1 I had ilerre the 116-
gro acr fired
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f: [ C/V/C DEPARTMENT t i I,the necessity to tr. rd'_1/1II_
Sunk Were British Only Negro in South Who Knew The -t !c.ntr.tgro: :
Two of the Ships ;
Sunk I S Being Felt in Every Line andNo | Secrets of the Ku Klux Klan. certain infor'riat-n: .
... Nine Ships Altogether. Relief in Sight. !
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CLEANUP! ,1 hi w: ivbl, ii i an it-reptat,:.' h.eedi-if. RIO JANEIRO, March 31.-A new j An impressive illustration of affection ,
place for mosquitoes. Where it is nee and strange German raider suddenly ATLANTA. Ga., April 2.-The exodus felt for the faithful "war time" !I After the Grip

Where dirt exists, disease exists. 'essary to have water standing in tanks appeared off the coast of Brazil yesterday of Southern negroes to Northern j negro by the whites of the South oc-

You can keep sickness away by a lit- barrels or other such receptacles, keep and sunk nine or more cargo manufacturing centers is cited in the |cured near Demopolis, in the heart of i!

tle labor. Enforce cleanliness in your them tightly covered with fine winsrreen. vessels two of which were the British regular report on business conditions the "Black Belt" of Alabama, recent- Whatlow

home and you won't regret it. j i Keep cesspool covirs perfect- steamers Snowdown Range and the I I i in the Atlanta federal reserve bank I'ly, when the body of Ben Coleman, an Did !

ly tight and the vents tightly screen- Crispin, both of which carried Ameri district; by M. B. Wellborn, chairman !I old negro bodyguard of members of spirits and vitality Im-"JeDza! II...

I CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP CAMPAIGN ed. cans. \I, of the board as the cause for the ]the Coleman family, was tenderly I I catarrhal disease i end aft- yotr
f STARTS APRIL 9th. "Where drainage of pools is not possible News of the raider's attacks on the 'I'growing scarcity of labor in this dis- borne to the grove by six prominent cover from the acute stage &md eI

or covering of receptacles is not merchant vessels in South American.,i trict. white citizens, all sons of Confederate the catarrh is left This'and JOB
practicable all standing water shouldbe this The is the first official weakness! isvite further auacfa..
j The secretary is furnishing a complete waters was brought to port by j report veterans, and laid to rest in the Cole-
covered with a film of kerosene oil, the French bark Cambronne which I, of reports that this has been:
list of members of each committee man family cemetery in a grave piled The Tonic Needed i b
to its chairmen this week. !which prevents mosquitoes from mak- reached here last night with two hundred i i|., going1 on for more than a year and high with choicest floral tributes.

j It is urgently desired that each of ing a breeding place of it. One ounce and eig ty- '\"e men from the :has taken thousands of negroes out of More than 100 prominent white men First,because it will as-ish lm4.!

the chairmen will plan the work for I iof oil is sufficient to cover fifteen sunken vessels. I![, the South. The labor demands, higher I and women attended the funeral. Many ig up your strength, teicvigo .
square feet of water. The oil shouldbe The survivors that the of and social advantages in the your 'ages'ioa a?i q-ikketkf all
say name wages
of their i them the old coffin -
each and member committee of negro's
i every !1 wept over I functions. Second because
week during the '! it
renewed once a the of the tads
the German raider is Seeadler and it North are cited as cause
that thorough system of I and the highest tribute of affectionwas in : the
I' I so a overcoming catarrhal:
' the mosquito breeding season. is reported that she is provisioned for !i|i movement in the report, which also the of the ex-slave. I tions d COIIdi-
on the
: work will commence promptly j all house- paid memory ; helping pji LnfinTtioa .
I The bulletin admonishes :
I J 9th inst. 'i take full advantage an eighteen months career on the :1 touches upon the freight embargo and Ben lived on the Coleman place before ,giving the J.e.::' rane*aa oop .
holders and residents to '!
j d; PO not let interest lag in this matter !; high seas. cur shortage as "an additional source the war between the states. When Urity to Jetlq!
of general public benefit. Take time to ;]' of clean up time, so that the The submarine sank all vessels without '''o? serious consideration." I j the conflict opened he entered the Con- i f-I ttf1lctlona..

see each member of your committee ,neighborhoods and individual premises warning. A number of Americans ;'j I I So far as is known there has been II t federate service as bodyguard to Capt.I 1 II Thousands tirear.s'wredthequej.
may be made "mosquito proof, fly board the British vessels still official of the number
and assign his particular work to him. on are no investigation j Cruse Coleman. For four hewas \ .
I I years
will all sacrifice 'proof: and disease proof. unaccounted for. I!I cf negroes who have left the South, i p I) I ton a.'ter t'iD br die
If wilingly
a I
\ we faithful to his master, and several i r"":'Ef'ne of infow
little time and each cheerfully attendto One of the torpedoes fired by the-;| the particular sections from which I times served in the ranks. When Capt. a -, talelt. y.
his will be assured. LETS MAKE OUR TOWN ATTRAC- raider penetrated to the engine room they haw gone, nor conditions'they : ra j p-c 5t by than
part, success i Coleman was desperately wounded the (-" "D "
TIVS, SANITARY AND SAFE. of the Snowdon the I have found in the North.
Range exploded
COMER: L dor
i negro slave carried him on his back : ;'Ji tablet"clot
Chairman. boilers and killed five men outright, .i The departure of negroes is taken x sofa aa4 IaQI .
from the battlefield to a place of safety -
Barton in of whom Americans. the of the which I t+raI.CBE .
(An editorial by Bruce two were up in first part report I and nursed him back to life.
CLEAN l"PXD PAINT UP. "Every Week.") discusses the necessity for labor for industrial PEiUU CO.c.Ywu
i When the war was over Ben returned .
i I have in mind two towns. Entering KAISER MAY ABDICATE I and agricultural development. to the old plantation and declared I! J o4e
Regarding this the
Monkeys imitate. Sheep follow the or.?, the railroad runs between two : report says: he didn't want any freedom. He was
i leader. And most of us-men, women rows of dirty back yards, filled with PARIS, AprilThe abdication of "This shortage is being felt by almost 'given land to work and was providedfor
and children alike-are prone to do the tin cans and rubbish. Entering the the German emperor is forecasted by every industry and apparently : when there was a crop failure. To
same. I other, it passes houses neatly painted the farmer German magistrate who i there is no relief in sight. The exodus I Ben was given the honor in the stir-

Imitation is bad for the monkey and back '\"ardsth flowers in them and wrote the celebrated book "J:accuse.:' I of Southern negroes to Northern manufacturing ling days following the war that no

bad for the sheep if the example followed streets swept clean. He insists that the kaiser is obsessed centers has continued withi [other negro in the South enjoyed. It
is bad. But it is good for both ; These two towns had the same population by the thought that he is responsiblefor i steady flow during the winter months. !was a knowledge of the workings of ; il

if the leadership is safe. Just so with five years ago. But recentlytwo the war, a thought which poisons Little of this labor has drifted back the Ku Klux Klans. It first came about : ".' ...
] i and with the of weather
coming spring
us mortals. Inspired by environment new factories have moved to one his whole existence.The .
J we can think great thoughts and do of them; real estate values have advanced emperor also fears the crown !'1 a still larger movement is expected I if

I things worth while. Depressed by environment ; new houses are being built; prince, regarded in Germany as the Until recently it consisted largely =
we can sink into the depthsof everybody is prosperous and happy. real author of the war, and the Junker : of negro farm hands, but considerable ir. I

despondency. !i i I I And the residents of the other town pan-Germanist, representing a group |la- SMOKE

But thanks to human powers of initiative cannot understand their "bad luck." who are trying to drive the Prussian I

we can shape our environment I I A real "Clean Up and Paint Up" emperor into an abyss. Then, too, the i I i plants. Agricultural communities are

-we can make it what we will, if we campaign would have taken the "bad people, who are starving, are becom already complaining of shortage of
wilL And so intimately are our own j[luck" town out of its rut. ing aroused against those who organ help for spring work. Labor agents ALL PURE HAVANA
interests linked with those of our 1 i This year more than 6,000 cities and ized the war. 'I tare picturing to them better living conditions -

neighbors that when we improve our : towns in the United States are conducting The kaiser is credited with having with high wages and less restriction .

own surroundings, be it ever so little,!! "Clean Up and Paint Up" been unwilling to bring America down i, of personal liberty in the
we improve theirs. I campaigns. 'upon him, but his course was spurned North." The popular cigar of the South. Made by the

4 Right there the monkey in man as Many men and women go through : by the party supporting Von Tirpitz. i Taking up the other features the re-
serts itself. I life without ever doing anything for I The kaiser may sacrifice himself in the i port says soil preparation is delayed STARKE CIGAR COMPANY .

Today your neighbor fixes up his I their community. "Clean Up and name of peace and thus throw the [owing to unfavorable weather; prices

yard removes rubbish, plants flowers, i Paint Up" offers you your chance. burden of continuing the war on those t iof cattle and hogs are higher. There Geo. L Massey, Prop. . Starke Fla.
The who desire the isolation of i is no considerable demand for money; t t'I
trims his hedge, paints his house. .1 I greatest miracles of modern complete ,
Tomorrow your own place looks sic times have been performed with bonk Germany. However, the kaiser is not I failures are less. I

You never noticed before that a little 1 i fires, drain pipes, soap and paint. The expected to make a second appeal for I

.. cleaning up and painting up would accomplish Philippines have been made a health peace for fear it would proclaim Germany's L I i :
<> Q <$> <$ Q $ & Q.
t so much in making home ier place to live in than the average real situation to the wholeworld p .

life happy and healthy through the American town. Typhoid has been but above all to the German I CHURCH DIRECTORY. .?
i f long outdoor months of summer. So stamped out of Serbia. The Panama people, whom he fears most.
I ----- 4I
t.,; you get busy with the pruning shears, |, Canal zone has been transformed from i I ?' BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 4 Cleanup! Paint !
::i the rake,lawn-mower and garden hose. :j I a dismal unhealthy swamp to a wholesome WALKED 23 MILES TO JOIN ARMY I
f:[ You start a painter working on your place for homes. \\v Sunday morning service, 11:00 '? .
, house and outbuildings. Forthwith !' Last Cleveland in its "Clean *' o'clock
year NEWARK, N. J, March 30.An ; Sunday evening service, *
k you, y.ur wife and the kiddies begin |! Up and Paint Up" campaign, disposed drew Miller, a young farmer, who is ;! i to realize more fully the "joy of living ,of refuse sufficient to fill a tram three on his way to join the United States ,,j4. ing, 6-15; Wednesday evening 4 you

i 1.0; in the good old summertime. ;land one-half miles long. Marines at Charleston, S. C., .+;. prayer service, j o'clock. Everyd +

,\ Day after tomorrow other neighbors ; Another middle western town gals :25 miles to enlist because he had no ,, -. body cordially incited to attend. 4 r !
; will to their premisesand ered its boys together, and : ,
begin perk up j by offering money and was too proud to beg a ride. ; CHRISTIAN F. LaRowe, -
I t their persons. Then others will J ia reward for each 100 tin cans", abolished "I '1 S \ I ''
want to ; he told the
fight recruiting pastor. Services at Starke every '! \
follow their example, and so the spiritof i its unsightly backyards in a sin- fourth
;. officer. "I was working infield a Sunday. Other appointments '! ; kk- cA.Ai/
: spring's regeneration will spread gle day. '.
when a fellow came along and I as follows: First Sunday '!
t:" from"house to house and block t o''I 1 "There is no better test of the civilization said the Germans had declared war on '.!' at Hampton, second at Rai- '. < l. feftf F-

: block. 'I of a community than this: How the United States and were bombarding ( ford third at Graham. '. Don't
. much paint does it use?" New York City. I dropped hoe : TO REMOVE "FOR RENT SIGNS A wise man said that. and didn't wait my I + EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer It.a$ i I

J' --- I It is not given to you to found a religion that was coming even to me.to get I the don't money needa i; .!'. priest in charge. Sunday school. .4 .
i 9:45 a. m. morning and i
I It is not surprising that houses or make a great invention or uniform all I want is ; prayer ,. forget
f ; a gun. sermon, 11 o'clock evening I'I I'
discover ; prayer -
a new continent.But M
which are for rent should be without I I< and sermon, 7 clock; choir re- 1J
tenants, because in most cases such you can make your town a better MR. J. G. RITCH CELEBRATES !' hearsal T o'clock, Wednesday i i, % F /s
cleaner place to live in. And "
houses are unpainted, the steps are I by BIRTHDAY. I evening. Come and worship with I h'.T y
-' rickety and the porches not in repair. i so doing you give a little push to the ,f us. I Ilt 4 rI .
1. :
The number of vacant houses in any ; chariot of civilization. : 1

. city is largely due to the negligenceof I Last Sunday Mr. J. G. Ritch, of Rai- METHODIST L. Z. Barr, ,I \
the landlord himself. I recently SUPREME COURT TO SETTLESTAT'S ford, celebrated his sixty-ninth birth pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Woolsey'sPamt r ; '
took two ladies out, trying to find for OF ADJT.-GENERAL day by having a family reunion and !' fourth Preaching every of Sunday except <;
Sunday each month '! w.tA
C them desirable six --- big dinner at his ;
seven room
a or hospitable home. 1 i i -i' morning service, 11 o'clock; even- '! .
house to rent. I was unable to find I TALLAHASSEE, March 31.-The The sumptuous dinner was spreadon I !' ing service, 7 o'clock. Prayer + _

anything to suit them, either on mown y question of the governor's right to remove long tables in the yard under the :[I list or on the lists of other real j Adjutant General Foster and appoint oak trees and consisted of every dainty :" !' o'clock Junior Epworth League 4. : _rat .
estate firms, and these ladies were not J. B. Christian adjutant general for which Bradford county is fa 4' Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 4 ,"

k exacting in their wants. They were will go to the supreme court before mous. The host of this occasion, Mr. 1, Senior Epworth League Sunday *'
shown a few houses of the desired size either J. G. Ritch, is the father 4 .
is permitted to draw any pay. of ten chi! evening at 6:15. A cordial invitation 'i t.- .j
dition. It is true that some of the comptroller for the salary for the first Mr. J. H. Ritch, of Starke being one 4. with us. <* L

. landlords say they are willing to makecertain quarter ending today. At the requestof of his sons, while )Ir. N. T. Ritch is his 0 4 1

.: ... repairs for a good tenant, but the comptroller, the attorney r' brother. I I,*> PRESBYTERIAN. H. G. 'J

it has been my experience after many eral at noon gave the opinion that the Those enjoying this happy family : years in the business, that it is best comptroller should recognize Christianas reunion were Mrs. H. F. Gaskins and (|I'!' 9:45 a. m.; preaching every Sun- (? Supply I

. I to put your hodse in attractive sha as adjutant general, but Amos receiveda children of Middleburg; :Miss Maggie'' < r first and will quickly ten Dekle Romie evening service, 7 o'clock; prayer >*' The ::
. you get a letter today from Chas. B. Parkhill, and Nelson Dekle, of meeting happy home builders :
Wednesday '?'
evening at 7
} ant.Houses of Tampa attorney for Foster, advising Lake Butler; N. T. Ritch Vivirette ,J o'clock. Visitors cordially invited
.. that are kept repaired and that the comptroller will be man- Floyd, Katie Belle Green, Miss Nannie <' to worship with us. A Starke Fla.
. I painted not only rent better, but they damussed if he pays the warrant to Howell, J. H. Ritch, Hamilton, Han 0 ,

greatly improve the looks of the city. Christian. Amos at noon wired Park- riett and Carlyle Pitch of Starke; }Ir. r i !' t' '!' <; l' '!I "!' ';' + 4 '*- '!' <5' '!'
1 I -E. T. Tobey, President Real Estate hill of his decision and of the attorney and Mrs. W. C. Whitten, Mr. and Mrs.

; Bureau Little. Rock, Ark. general's opinion and told Parkhill L. B. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ritch, -- :

that unless the mandamus is filed before of Raiford; Mrs. John Ritch, :Miss Ef- > 1 i- 4 4 44 4 4 $4 1 1> 44i ,
, CLEANING UP WOULD DESTROY next Tuesday, the $;30, salary fie Ritch John Pitch Jr., of Valdosta, 4

MOSQUITOES' BREEDING PLACES for the first quarter, will be paid to Ga.; Mr. Elgin Spence, of Jackson f STARKE I'

Christian. If Foster files the mandamus FRATERNAL DIRECTORY Ilr

-i "Swat the Fly!" has long been a rallying with the supreme court before 0 <$>

cry among the workers for bet Tuesday, the comptroller will ask for tille.Edwards' a F. & A. }I. Bradford Lodge No. <*' Men and Money MattersWe
ter sanitation purer hygiene and for an immediate decision of the case and !I'!' 35. Meets every second and & ,
will not pay any one until the matter fourth I
cleaner streets, but its position as a Market Monday nights. &
slogan is threatened by a new cry of I is decided. !I I

"Slam the Mosquito!" ; !' I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. A bulletin issued by the Phi.adephia lFROM RECRUITING OFFICER. I i ;, Meets every Tuesday night. '*> I
I Meat i! all heard this or that i iddividual remark ,
My : O
board of health deals with the market has been' 4i > 1 1i .

mosquito question and tells how to U. S. Naval Recruiting Station, 514 P. moved to old Cracker Six:i i i !' M. W. of A., ,Starke Camp. 4) I ; "I don't know where my money goes. .

k l bake the clean up campaign minimize, 0. Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga. :I !,> Meets every first and third It just slips through my fingers." .

if not eliminate, the dangers insepable roEditor Telegraph-The following- stand. When you need I I It i'I !- nesday nights. We'1 1 '
> <
from the of mosquitoes i in
presence telegram has just been received from
numbers. It lays stress on the importance the Navy Department- Fresh Meats i t l'4 W. 0. W, All Friends Camp There is no reason for such a remark to be "',
of killing as many as possible of I4No.. 138. Meets every second and '!- voiced i'
"Thirty-eight thousand five hundredadditional by individuals who meet obligations by .'
the in the early spring because I fourth Friday nights. $ I
mosquitoes men are needed immediate Sausage Etc. check. ..1
"every mosquito killed now will ly to fill navy's emergency comple II I .;
1 mean thousands less in the summer." ment. A quota of twelve hundred has + Visiting brothers are cordially & ;

I "By far the best way to deal with been assigned to this station to be sup Give me a'call Nothing keptbut invited to attend these meetings. '!' I Money in the Bank and the check-boojc in :

t L destroy mosquitoes their," breeding says the places.bulletin As, "is soon to I plied Please by April care 20th.this "aside publicityas the best Perfect sanita !I I'm,;, .;-, {., ..-, .:,. .;", .{,, j
ri- as the warm weather comes the female j possible, appealing to the traditional tion. Low prices : jI I of handling business, household or perspnal

mosquitoes, which are the only patriotism of the South to fur I Stop Left Over Coughs. funds.
:. ones which survive the winter, will nish this number of in i
emerge from their winter quarters in men Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will stop i .
vaults and other JI WI that hacking cough that lingers from 4'
our cellars, damp, Yours truly, EDARDS -
January. The
soothing pine balsams
f dark places to seek food and to hunt H. R. KELLER iI
loosens the
. phelgm, heals the irritated I
; a place to lay their eggs. The breeding Lieut. (J. G.) U. S. Navy.NOTICE. membrane :
the glycerine relieves Bank
. _. mosquito must find standing water the of Starke I
in which to deposit her eggs. If TM Catnine nat Does Rat Affect The Head tender tissues..You breathe easier and .
she fails in this she soon dies, without Because of iu tonic tal laxative effect,LAXA coughing ceases. Don't neglect a lingering -
Revds. W. F. LaRowe and W. T. McGuire TIVE BRasurQUIMSEu: : better than ordinary cough, it is dangerous. Dr. STARKE
Therefore stagnant water
offspring. no Gamine C does
i* not hose FLORIDA
nerroci ,
will begin a revival at Starkeat nneiue in bead. Remembet ors ncr Bell's Pine Tar Honey is
the antiseptic
breeding places mosquitoes name and
DO ;
Christian church on Wednesday look lot the fixattnre ofw. GROVE 1Sc:. and pleasant to take, benefits L 1
no breeding places, no mosquitoes. young
night April. All
strangers, cit and
old, it
get at
"People do not realize that any pud-i izens and Christians are invited. Trespass cards for sale at this office.!i,, Formula bottle.your druggist today.
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WHAT THE TAX COMMISSIONHAS :: county board did in the Flagler mat- GERMAN LINERS:: INTERRED:: IX i\
CRANE CONVICf- DONE AND HOPES TO DO. ter, where they reduced the valuation U. S. PORTS REDUCED '
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs." from $16,000,000 (0 JUXK J I
: I $5,000,000! If the .
TALLAHASSEE, April 4.-The obvious commission had had the power it could, \
ED OF SHORTAGE present need in Florida is the and would, have prevented this outrageous Crews Disable Craft So Badly Will 3
Take Six Months to Make Repairs. + !
[Live State News development of the state tax commission action, and have saved $71,500 I I'!
taxes that J
body into a body clothed with ample through the action of this I
resources St. Johns county board, was lost to the NEW YORK 4.
ASBONDTRUSTEE power and to control ian April -Systematic
Told iy: Our Exchanges. effective manner the administrationof state. inspection of German passenger shipsat \)i '
I the tax laws of the state. It goes Has Commission Made Good? Hoboken piers in New York and in i f'
,- f \vitho4ft question that, to the faulty What does the public think of this? other harbors on the Atlantic coast by -
administration of the tax laws is Has the tax commission made good? officers of the United Stat?;; has \
OCALA.-Quite a new industry ily were in the same room, but none of Has it not
in the of chargeable the chaotic conditions that amply justified its existence I developed: that not one cf ttiese vessels .
were injured. to the
big being live oak timbers to the mills in girl, hoping that she They had ran only been FILES BOND FOR APPEAL have for so long been prevalent in the ? Give it all the power it needs I can bo repaired in les;;i than six; 4i
for state. and watch the tax rates go down! morths.: In the case of the "aterland, ...
shipbuilding stunned
Jacksonville purposes. but life was extinct.
SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS' IMPRISONMENT There is no question that a central The commission hopes to show to the pride of the German ir.en.hapt ma. t
head to the administrative end of the the legislature the imperative neces- rine before the war, experts gree that i']
MARIANNA.-City delivery of mail 1\IIAMI.-Chris Grimes, a truck SHORTAGE question is essential, if tax equalization sity of granting it more power, and she is little better than jink. The f
by two carriers is to begin here June driver, was killed, and the engine and AMOUNTED TO $20,000. is to be had. The people of Flor- the necessity for broadening the scopeof same is true of many cth'x crafts,
1, according to advices received by tender thrown crosswise the track, ida have been aware of this fact for its operations, by giving it control which were damaged with a thoroughness Postmaster E. C. Lewis. The city authorities when No. 30 northbound on the F. E. many years, and so insistent was the over the entire administration of the unimagined before. :
have agreed for this serviceto C. railway struck a motor truck at a TAMPA, March 30.-Jas. E. Crane, demand that the legislature of 1913 assessment of property, including the All the vessels inspected ti';j?re foundto .
name all streets, number houses, crossing between Hallandale and Ojus former secretary-treasurer of the trus- met the situation by the creation of a railroads and telegraph companies. If be damaged by the destruction of. 1
and keep up sidewalks.BRADENTOWN.From. Thursday morning about 6 o'clock. The tees of the good roads bond issue of tax commission, giving it limited power this power is given it, it will be of vast parts of machinery and particularly
truck was the property of the Ojus 1903, was sentenced to five years' im- and requiring it to do great things, benefit to the taxpayers of the state. by the smashing and cutting of cylinder I
the best rock quarry and Grimes had but re- prisonment by Judge Lee Gibson in much greater than the power confer- The commission also hopes to have heads. In some cases tht braces in
estimate obtainable at this time we cently returned with his company from Criminal Court yesterday morning after red would permit it to do; however, enacted at this session a law taxing the vessels' framework \\pre.removed. i
learn that the tomato acreage in the the Mexican border. The impact of Judge Gibson had denied a motion the commission has tried to do all that inheritances. This will prove to be a This would render the craftsiincapable;: ;t ;
Land of Mantee will reach somethingover the collision crushed in his skull, and argued by Thomas Palmer, asking fora was required of it, and has done many fruitful source of revenue, and will of being put to sea without extreme r' j
four thousand. Of this amountit he died three hours later at the Florida new trial. The motion, which was things worthy of note, but by far the tend to reduce the amount necessary danger of collapse. It is probable that :; I
can be stated that about three thou- East Coast hospital in this city. Med- filed several days ago, contained eigh- greatest single feat accomplished by to be raised through the general prop- the Vaterland may never ,be towed
sand acres will be set north of the riv- ical aid had reached him previously, ty-one reasons for the asking. The argument the commission was in pulling out of erty tax. from her berth. Many of the crafts
er, which will leave one thousand for Dr. Hart of Hallandale coming to the which was brief, was held at their hiding place the Flagler millionsat It hopes to have a gross receipts tax cannot be repaired in American: shipyards ;
the south side. scene of the wreck a few minutes afterit 9 o'clock yesterday morning SolicitorW. St. Augustine and putting this vast on railroads substituted for the pres- unless all their driving equipment .J'
occurred. II. Jackson appearing for the state. fortune on the tax books of St. Johns ent "ten-dollar-a-mile" license tax, is junked. j
Following the refusal to grant the county. If the commission had done which is a discrimination against the r. :

LEESBURG.-The into watermelons largest has acreageever been INVERNESS.-Hon. Geo. W. De- motion and the sentence of five years nothing else, this one act more than small roads. The short lines should Tell it to the Telegraph aL'l 1 you teU
put Muro, county judge of Citrus county imposed by Judge Gibson, notice was justifies the wisdom of the 1913 legislature not pay as much license tax per mileas everybody. Advertise. i
this and the of the
planted year
given Palmer that he the ,
by Attorney in large trunk lines; anyone who
for such
for fourteen years, shot himself in providing a body.
for the luscious fruit is
state expectedto the head in his home here Thursday would prepare an appeal to the Supreme Absurd Valuations will give a moment's thought to this J!
be the greatest in the history of
Court. Judge Gibson allowed Think of the proposition will agree that the trunk
absurd valuation
morning at 7:45 o'clock and died in- placedon
Florida providing all things work together is I
ninety days to the lines should RUB OUT PAIN
stantly. A coroner's inquest rendereda prepare necessary this fortune by the county authori- pay more than the short d
for the benefit of the
-crop. verdict that he came to his death by legal papers. The notice of intentionto ties, only $75,000, when the appraisers lines-which is not the case new. '
There will be some early melons within appeal acts as bar to the carryingout good oil liniment. That's
the next month, it is expected but the accidental discharge of a 22 calibre more than forty-six millions! RECORD the '
surest them.
of the sentence and Mr. Crane was This way to stop
pistol in his own hand. No one saw amply refutes the argument that SALE OF FURS.
better of the will be in
the part yield
and August. the accident and the first report was released on a supersedeas bond of $5- local officers can be depended on and [[The best rubbing liniment is ]] 1
July 000 which was signed by H. L. Knight expected to handle the -
that he had committed suicide, but investigation situation. It
satisfied the coroner's jury and J. Edgar Wall. has been more than 70 years since ST. LOUIS, April 4.-A record auc-
l\IARIANNA.-Thursday was booze that it was an accident. Judge DeMurowas Third Alleged Shortage Here Florida became a state in this great tion sale of furs will be held in St. MUSTANGIT j
day from an official standpoint in Ma- mingling with friends on the The discovery of the shortage in Mr.Crane's sisterhood of states, and the county Louis, beginning April 16, when 2-
rianna. Sheriff Lewis and his deputieshad streets all day Wednesday and he was accounts as secretarytreasurer officials have never properly coped 750,000 furs, worth approximately $3,
collected something like 180 gal- especially jovial, seemed in the best of of the bond trustees of the issue of with the situation. Various influencesare ,,00,000, will be sold to purchasers from
lons of liquor. Reporting this to Judge humor and, being a fine of perfect 1903 was made by Assistant State Au- brought to bear on them, which nearly every country in the world. The
Wilson resulted in an order to destroy health and of such fine physical ap- ditor Marvin C. McIntosh, who spent makes it very hard for them to always sale is expected to last eight days. Llc
it. Thursday the entire lot was haul- :. pearance, makes the shock very greatto some time here going over the booksof do their duty, even when they try The Japanese government will offer
ed out to a vacant lot in the rear of the the people of this county, among different state and county officers. to do so, hence the necessity for a cen- 1,553 gray seal furs and several large for the Ailments of
jail where the bottles were broken. Not whom he was verypopular.TALLAHASSEE. The Crane shortage was the second of tral supervising head, and this head shipments c;>, skins intended for this Horses, Mules, Cattle, Eta
satisfied with this Sheriff Lewis strucka the alleged shortages among county should be clothed with ample author- sale are enroute from Manchuria and
match to the fluid and burned it. officers and the third of.such alleged ity to compel, when necessary, obedience Russia. This sale will make approxi- Good for your own Acha,

Knowing the shortages of public officials here re- to its instructions. This is abso- mately $12,000,000 worth of furs to be Pains, Rheumatism Sprains,

TAMPA.-The February report of Governor does not approve of anyone cently. The first was that of City Tax lutely necessary, if equalization of the auctioned here since January 1. Cuts, Burns, Et Collector Griggs for the customs dis- man holding more than one political Collector J. L. Hollingsworth, about tax burden is to follow. L 1 1I
2Sc. 50c. $1. At all Ifatera.
$29,000( who was suspended by Mayor t
trict of Florida made public Friday, office, and not wishing to do anythingthat While the commission has done Trespass cards for sale at this office :
: last and later convictedand .
would hurt the Florida institu- McKay spring there
shows nearly $2,000,000 less in ex- .many things, are other matters 11 '
ports than in January and close to tions of higher learning, John G. Kel- sentenced to imprisonment. The it has tried to handle, but has not met : :
$500,000 less than in February, 1916, lum has withdrawn his candidacy as alleged shortage of John L. Branch, in with success, because of lack of specific r. ilj 1
chiof clerk of the house of the neighborhood of $83,000: was discovered and in the I -1
the total for February this year being representatives. power, asking legisla- 1
$2,346,780. Imports were less than in He had a majority of pledges, last October by Mr. McIntosh, ture for more power, it is done in the j I
and for the six session has been and the alleged shortage of Mr. Crane, interest of the it is indis-
January, but a quarter of a million past masses, as an
dollars heavier than February, 1916. elected chief.clerk without opposition, slightly more than $20,000, was discov- putable fact that the man of moderate I' do so marjypeople I II
because he is most and ered in November. Mr. Branch has means and the have Why
The total imports were $672,875, of a competent poor man always I
which $510,569 was dutiable. valuable clerical man. Mr. Kellum will not yet been tried.Information paid more in proportion to the vlue of !'
state in his letter of withdrawal, which was filed by Solicitor their property for the -support of the I go Jo
he is preparing to send to the members' Jackson in December, 1916, but a new state and local governments than has
LIVE OAK.-Saturday afternoontwo of the house, that he does not want to information slightly different in nature the man of great wealth. These last I ;
Welborn negroes came to this city enter any contest that might bring the : was filed subsequently. Solicitor have always been able to somehow the |
and got in touch with tiger booze, in colleges into politics. Kellum is auditor I Jackson followed the wording of the "get from under" where taxes are con-
fact they communed long with it. As for the State College for Women Hollingsworth information, which had cerned. The tax commission, with the Andrews Mercantile Company :
the-result, Nelson Smart was lockedup been upheld by the Supreme Court.
and secretary to the board of control, powers asked, can change the old or-
and Charley Smith died in a va- and his heart is wrapped up in this Tried for $3,339 ShortageIn der of things, and place a just tax on i I
cant house in the Eastern part of the work and .their progress and develop- the information filed against Mr. these wealthy property owners, and, at the Brick Store? t i I ,
city. His very cold corpse was dis- ment. Crane the only item of shortage alleged in doing that, will relieve the poor man .,
covered Monday morning. Judge Dicker was $3,339.91 which, it is charged, of an unjust tax. i iI
t held an inquest and the jury returned Mr. Crane embezzled on June 15, 1916. 1 i
a verdict of natural death. TALLAHASSEE. Washington Solicitor Jackson, however, produced The tax commission should have I The reason is to see all the new goods. They are

county seat election has been held, the evidence regarding the other alleged ample missioners power from to doing prevent as the county St. Johns com- I certainly well worth seeing. ?

TAMPA.-Plans are being drawn up present location, Vernon, receiving a shortages extending over a period of .I
in this city for the organization of a majority over the other two contest- several years and amounting to $20- You can get anything that you call for there fend
ants and Warsaw but it is 000, it being permissible in cases of I i
company of coast artillery, as a branch Chipley YES LIFT A CORN EVERY .
of the National Guard of Florida. Prof. not settled yet. A big .crowd of citizens embezzlement to bring out previous too.
I G. E. Childers, in one of the junior on both sides came in on the af- instances in order to establish intent. OFF WITHOUT 'PAIN I 1
high schools, is the leader of the move- ternoon train to place the matter be- The case was tried in Criminal Court : They sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price and try to I

ment and has written to Adjutant General fore Governor Catts. It is contendedby last week, the case going to the jury keep in stock what the farming people use. 1 1it
I I Christian for authority to pro- the Chipley people that Vernon last Thursday. Thursday night the Cincinnati Authority Tells How !
ceed. A petition will be circulated for received its majority through fraud in jury was called into the court room To Dry Up a Corn or CallusSo Among other things BACON, SUGAR, RICE, i! }
the the citizens within the election; that the Vernon registra- and the foreman announced that an HAY OATS
endorsement of It Lifts Off With and SWEET FEED. I Jt
' the next few days: tion.list was padded; that two hundredand agreement seemed impossible, as one !}
seventy-five votes were cast at of the jurors was not qualified to act, Fingers.You ; I '
CYPRESS.-One of the most won- Vernon, when latest list of the last having stated that he could not convictany They carry a line of STETSON hats and the BEST ;

derful freaks of nature ever heard of election shows only two hundred. The one. suits made. I
This sensational turn in the case corn-pestered men and women .ii 1 j'j'I
there is
occurred here this week. It is a calf Vernon people claim no irreg- I
the shoes
with a human head and neck; not a ularity on their part. The registration caused the general prediction to be need suffer no longer. Wear All kinds of DRESS GOODS SILKS MIDDY f
killed before
that ,
almost officer lives at Vernon, and he is made that a mistrial would result, but nearly you says I
slight resemblance, but perfect I
human head and neck. Many pronounce claimed to have-registered people and Judge Gibson ordered the jury lockedup this Cincinnati authority, because a ;' BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE and FARM : w
the human head and neck abso- permitted them to vote for Vernon, for the night, and the following few drops of freezone applied directly IMPLEMENTS. I +
lutely perfect. This is no trick or when they were not entitled to it; and morning a verdict of guilty was an- on a tender, aching corn or callus, I
catch The mother of the the governor is asked to remove him nounced after the jury had deliberatedfor stops soreness at once and soon the I ;
penny game. .
hours. corn or hardened callus loosens so it '
of fraud in discharge of twenty-eight i
half-human half-calf creatureis for practice
strange his duties. Crane Enjoyed Confidence can be lifted out, root and'all, without :- f DON'T MISS SEEING THE NEW STOCK i
a young cow, owned by one of the
James E. Crane for en- pain.A II
citizens of this place and is here now. many years OF EASTER HATS
small bottle of freezone cost
htgh confidence from the very
joyed as a I
No one the
has explained mystery. I
LIVE AND LET LIVE. public and from his fellows as any little at any drug store, but will posi- I :
-- Tampan and was prominent in political tively take off every hard or soft corn .I I I, i.
TAMPA-Suit was instituted by the and social circles. Several ypars or callus. This should be tried, as it :1' I ,
government in federal court at Jack- i Now when Irish potatoes, on ac- ago he served as state senator from is inexpensive and it said not to irri- : Andrews Mercantile Company i t
sonville against John P. Smithdeal et I cont of the prohibitive price, can only Hillsborough county. The news that tate the surrounding skin. ,
al and the Coast Distilling be used few, the rest of us, hasn't freezonetell I
Atlantic i by very he was charged with a shortage cameas If your druggist any 1
Company for recovery of $530,000, ag- less fortunate, had a right to expect a great shock and surprise to a him to get a small bottle for you : Raiford Fla. : ,
gregate of amounts the governmentclaims that we could get sweet potatoes at a great number of persons. Some two. from his wholesale drug house. It 1s 1 I
it was defrauded out of in an reasonable price, as they are grovvn weeks ago he paid to his successor on I fine stuff and acts like a charm every .II'.II'I
alleged distillery combine, and intereston here in great plenty at a comparatively the board more than $9,000, being the time. ((63)) I ----- -
the total. The case was worked up small cost. But these can hardlybe amount of his alleged shortage duringthe -
by W. S. Thomas, special assistant attorney had at any price now, and the few period not covered by the statuteof
general. James C. Brewbakerand to be had at a prohibitive price are limitations in his case. r. i\\
Moses B. Brock, of Fort Smith, hardly fit for human food, as they are I
Ark., are named as co-defendants with the culls left over after the buyers CONFEDERATE VETERAN WANTED I
Smithdeal. The case will probably be had been supplied. We have no doubt TO ENLIST. I

tried at the spring term of the federal that many farmers, in their eagernessto '
court at Jacksonville.PEN'SACOLA.On. accept the tempting prices offered I RECIPROCI1I'S
by the buyers, sold more than they LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 4.-Another II
of could afford and would be glad to buy gratifying example of loyaltywas I ;
the charge comp; of the potatoes back, if they demonstrated at the U. S. Navy I
selling cigarettes to minors, five merchants could. We are glad to state that there Recruiting Office in this city, when Mr.J. !,
of this city were arrested Monday are a vrrv few farmers who refused to L. Leigh, of 1511 West Second St., I Ii 5

upon Officer warrants sworn and were out by released Probation sell to the buyers, saying that the applied for enlistment in the U. S. i That is a big word -- some of you young folks need a dictionary !
home consumers had the first right to Navy.
_ on bond. The' evidence was gathered I be supplied, and at a reasonable price; Mr. Leigh requested that he be en- to get the full meaning. :
from several country boys who but their stock is about exhausted now. listed at once and sent to the largest I I
were spending a few days in this city, Eggs are virtually a by-product of battleship "afloat for service on that Well, you sell us YOUR goods, then you buy OUR goods, i ;
and ,who were thought to have pur- the farm and cost very little to pro- vessel, and he was greatly disappointed !
chased tobacco from the merchants duce. This time of the year they are when informed by the recruiting of- i and we have more money to buy your goods. Again, if a man I '

Famed; however, they would not tell so plentiful that 20 cents a dozen ficer that he exceeded the required age i buys your goods when you can't sell them somewhere else, I i }

ty the the names officers of the that merchants they would until be held told should be them a good the price.price But has by withholding been- limit sixty-nine by forty years some odd of age.years, he being in all fairness give him at least a CHANCE to buy them when :

for investigation. brought up to where it is more than Mr. Leigh is a warrior of exper- I you can sell to someone else. j I I'I II
they are worth. ience, having enlisted in the Confed- I
JACKSONVILLE.-Eva Roberts, The farmer is "on top" just now, but erate army at the age of thirteen and I' A hint to the wise is sufficient: We have the goods and the :

14 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. if he does not want the things he has having served for four years, which 'I and t I ti
N. Roberts, who live on the Orange to buy to reach a price beyond his ended in April, 1865, under General right prices we can use your produce "
Park road, ten miles south of this city, reach he should not take too treat Lee, at Appomattox.It I I Ij
was instantly killed by lightning on an advantage of the situation. Thereare is most gratifying, in these timesof j
Friday afternoon. The girl was look- such things as boomerangs and need to find such loyal spirit in the
ing out 'of a window of her home at they should be guarded against. Before "Boys of 1861" and such an exampleas N. B. HULL STARKE FLA.
the time and was watching the flashes all the farmers should remember shown by our worthy veteran, Mr. I ,
of the electric storm when she was I that the home market should be sup- Leigh, will no doubt find a like response -II Ii 1 _i
killed. Several members of the fam- plied first of all. by the "Boys of 1917." I i/


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i we could spare the men and the war 10.00 The Interstate Stockyard Talleyrand avenue : 1
B H. Terry do the little
Brriterd County Telegraph machinery and could succeed in ferry- Mn. R. H. Terry-do -___________ 1000 report on the local live stock mirket, by Williamson Neta, 6-year-old daughterof ,
such 'Wade Kennedy janitor 23 _________ 12.00 & Dennis a a* folljws: : Mr. and Mrs. Finley, residing in the Average servues
them to Europe, an action lasting
. ing over I Bond Fond Goats. 2 3-4 to S l-2e; sheep 5 to 9c: Lambs. northern portion of town, died early SurjIay II1oriE::
would be foolish and quixotic. In ,Consolidated Grocery Co. wire fencing 64.57 7 to lie: choice hogs. 160 lb.. ar.1 up, J- 1-4 and evening. -
J Published Weekly, and entered aa second fact, we had no business to do it. The G., W. Haien refund 22 110.09 to 12 l-2c; medium to good hogs. 16U ILl and Friday afternoon, March 30th, after As it was coirmunioii! d ." -
.I class matter at the post-office at the bel- Adjourned to meet in regular ses up. 11 l-4c to 11 3-4c. Good light hogs. 125 .an illness of about a week. It was sup- :t, the aei-
! war in Europe was started by and 150 Ibs. 10 3-4e to 11 14c. Good pigs. 65 mon was appropriate to th
Starke, Florida. ligerents, we had nothing to do with it. sion on May 7, 1917. to 120 Ibs. $9 to S9.50. Hogs 150 Ibs or over posed that measles was the cause of The evening sermon was ephet
of the E. R. POPPELL, will bring !: per hundred more than these prices her death. Jonah. c the Pro..
Both sides seem to be same
if they kill bard Fed steers choice to There is much for the ,
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner strength; let them fight it out between Secretary. prime. Deny U. 5 to $10 good to choice. IS consolation As next Sunday is Easter: tbe
themselves.Our to $9; fair to good. $7 to $7.75. Florida bean- bereaved ones in the knowledge that rection'will le U e theme _
LAGERGREN Associate Editor fed steers 600 Ibs and up. $7 to $7.50. Bean. beloved child had not I the
the yet
H. E. ship- A SPOONFUL GIVES RESULTS dearly is and all 1I1ua.;
is to our
_ sole wit .
duty be
fed steers 500 to 600 Ibs. $6 75 to $7.25. Light a I alf Irate _
ping interests by destroying the Ger- When your young chicks do nqigrow steers. J6 to $6.50. Grass-fed steers 500 the up. reached the age of accountability, The public ill invited ,

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + man submarines found in the parts of nd thrive they need a tonic. TO. A. $5 cows to 500 S5./O.Ibs Grass up. $4.50 bulb to$4.50$5. Heavy to 525.bulls Grass, $6 therefore, knowing her little spirit has with us. worihij

i + + the seas that should be free to all. I Thomas's Poultry Remedy is not only to $7. Light bulls $5.50 to $5.75. Herridicks. returned back to the presence of Him w. G.LAW!
15.25 $5.75. Calves. $6 to $9 Fat $5.75to who said, "I am the resurrection and ,;
+ RALLY 'ROUND THE FLAG. + This is a righteous proceeding and I a tonic but a specific for bowel trou- cows '
alli $7. Medium cows $4.50 to $5.50. Canners. the life." This will be a source of I Pastor 1
+ + will not lead to any "entangling ble, gapes and other chick troubles.Get $4 to $4.50. Oxen. $4.40 to 6.50.
+ discharges this matter it today. We sell it the pleasure when sorrow has been softened i
;j + The young men of Florida now ances. Teddy on money Showers fell on Wedifsdl .
'I, + have an opportunity to show their + off-hand by asserting that "our deep- back plan. Sold by D. C. Jones, Starke Clear Your Skin in Spring. if not entirely obliterated. by the Thursday, greatly helpin'' kind II\{',

. + patriotism. War is threatening, + sea fishermen can take care of the Fla. April6132027. Spring house cleaning means clean- soothing hand of time. of crops as well as the
wilt pa3tatq
,I would not This was the first link broken in the .:
+ but whether it actually comes or + submarines, but they ing inside and outside. Dull pimplyskin
+ not, we must be prepared to meetit. + amount to much. It requires fast war NOTICE. is an aftermath of winter inac- family chain. Deepest sympathy is F -==

( + Our country is rich, we have + ships of the lighter class, and if theyare tivity. Flush your intestines with a extended to the bereaved parents. The etery Saturday afternoon Jfor. burial _
There will be services at Pine Hill
+ plenty of means to buy all kinds + put to hounding the "Blinkers, church Sunday, as usual, but not on mild laxative and clean out the accu- remains were taken to Pine Hill cem- A F11END. ;, -

+ of war munitions,but we lack sol- + these would soon be put out of busi- Saturday. Wm. F. Malphars, Pastor. mulated wastes, easy to take, they do -- .
+ diers. We may have a sufficient + ness, just as we once made it too hot not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pillswill =

+ number of war ships, but we have + for the Algerian corsairs. Our long- ->ClOOCIO. .c,.' clear your complexion and brighten "

+ not the men to handle them. + range guns and skilled gunners would LASSIFIEADVERTISING your eye. Try Dr. King's New The

+ Therefore it is up to the youngmen + I turn the trick. C D Life Pills tonight and throw off the .

+ who have no one dependingupon + France has asked for a billion dollar sluggish winter shell. At all druggists,

+ them, to enlist in the land + loan. A batch of sentimental 25c. ((2)) T
+ cranks that we give a billion oQOCOOOao .
+ forces. propose
or sea 'T 'tOil TIIe.u p.1......
+ A few years 'of military life + dollars to France in return for servi FOR SALE-Two good horses. Sam SAD DOUBLE DEATH NS5'cLeN# Cif AliINrrfR'AI >>

+ will not be wasted, but will be a + ces that country extended to us in time Rosenberg, Starke. 29tf. ,,' uO' TIES MILL ti.

+ school where many things are + of need. Now, a billion dollars is ,.4... ClIIATCWoIH A urn
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lose ,
+ learned that cannot be learned by + rather more than we can afford to give FOR SALE-My farm and dairy with Two Little; Boys.A .-He' ," !!. TOWNAU.JO'IINT4C" V.

+ other means, and this training + away, and if we go down to brass growing crop and stock. J. R. Hal- has to the ? CMiDS
great soarow come
+ will, help its possessor all throughlife. + tacks, perhaps France had a selfish interest ligan, Starke, Fla. 3302t.A home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under- 1. 'l
badly + in helping us. When we were l
+ Although men are 4tU'y
hill west of Starke account of the
+ wanted, the recruiting officers are + British subjects France had little trade desk and other fixtures has been
death of their little
+ as strict in their requirement now + with us; when we became an indepen- added to the Western Union telegraph two bright sons. ) ; '.
+ before the war cloud + dent nation this country afforded a office in the Hopson Theatre buildn: William, aged 7 years, died Sunday, ,.

+ as threatened ever and the applicantsmust + profitable field for trading, and England April fst, and Louis, aged-9; died the j ? fy : 'f f

+ their character is + France's old enemy, by losing FOR SALE-First house north of de- following day, Monday. The children : .
prove Tenth street with 4 lots will had had severe attack of the
+ and this insures decent + this country became that much poorer. pot, on a meas- .
be sold cheap if sold soon. A. B. les, after which a malignant form of
+!'company. As every man's ambi- + France has been repaid many l .
+ what she did for and Radney. 3234t. dysentery set in, which their weakened st '4s
t + tion is to have a good physique, .times over for us r ,(
constitutions could battle
+ it should be a source of pride to + I.we have discharged our debt to her. FOR SALE-Jersey cow with heifer 1 Q /
against, although everything done
+ be chosen by either the army or + By presenting her with the sum of calf 10 days old. Bargain if boughtat
that medical skill and faithful nursing
+ the navy, as only those who are + money we would, besides, lay ourselves once. Also, 3-year old cow with could .

+ physically perfect will be accepted. + liable to the charge of hiring Franceto second calf, good condition, good accomplish.The burial took place at Crosby
+ + do our fighting for us. I GLEAN- f"i
milker. Alvarez
D. W. Starke.
I Tuesday Rev. Wm. F. Mal-
cemetery ,
+ A fine carriage, a decisive man- + If we have war with Germany-as U P 9 tP ,

+ ner, neatness, order and every at- + we will have, because the war has already FOUND-Purse containing small sum phurs performing the obsequies. The V

+ tribue that is in opposition to + begun-it will only be a sea of money. Finder may have same two little caskets were placed side by : ip E7j

+ slovenliness, indecision and cow- + war, and not much of that. The Ger- by proving property and paying for side in the same grave and the last : '" I'L .
+ ardice are acquired in the army, + man fleet is bottled up by the Englishand this advertisement. Inquire at Bankof resting place was surrounded by relatives :"JA .,<' ..

+ as well as the qualities necessaryfor + French, and our navy will be amp- Starke. 4-6-2t. and friends who wept from e' d & vsSt
for the
+ getting along well with one's + ly able to cope with the ships Germany sympathy bereaved family, ,, ti JL. J
with whom they shared the loss of the
4' .
+ fellow men. The food is good and + can send over. The commerce WANTED-Man and wife, or any par- /J--:=)- ,
abundant and if the is small + raiders and submarines are dangerousonly promising little boys. ..... :t
+ pay ty who carv invest $2,000 (two thou- The friends of Mr. and \ .it
Mrs. ". .
many .'I I
+ it is sure. The life is conducive + I to ships. The latter have to come sand dollars) cash and take personal Underhill sorrow with them in their .... ...I"\, '7., .. I'--" .' ,q.tV

+ to health, and in case of sickness + to the surface occasionally to take a charge of a new up-to-date mercantile bereavement and hope that the angelof ...... -: -- = :' I,11I"orlI if'Li

+ the soldier is cared for vastly better + look around, and then the ships of our I business as partner 'with half death will pass by their door in the "t. -'.-... ,_!_:!.;. .' ,.' ):. .-: !: ..... ttdr..***
+ than he could be at home. + mosquito fleet will "pink" them. Our interest in the business. The inventory future. They have still four childrento 1
+ There is a good chance for pro- + land soldiers will guard places thoughtto of the stock amounts to $10.0dO(
bless them, but the break in the
+ motion to apt men. By extending + be exposed to danger, but German today, and we guarantee i
+ a helpful hand to your country + propagandists are not nearly so num- ment $100 profit monthly, subject, if heal.

i + in her need you will be amply re- + erous as sensational newspapers would party has some experience in this 1

t + paid, both by the consciousness of + have us believe they are. Those living line and has some cash capital. No Starke Hardware Co. j

(I. + duty well done and by becoming a + away from sea coast cities and rail- ethers necj inquire. After periodof Sam Rosenberg was in Jacksonvilleon xs

t. + better man, morally and physically. + ways are not liable to see any signsat six months; if nut satisfactory, business Wednesday.Tell .

;. + + all of war activity, so there is no party can withdraw. For more information Starke Fla. ;

r + + occasion at all for anyone to "fly off write to P. 0.. Box 324, it to the Telegraph and you tell 1 ,
/lL + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + the handle" in anticipation of the war. Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf. everybody. Advertise.

61 _
Guilford Special District to be. Estab-
In Jacksonville the other day, a
white man who invaded the home ofa lished. Look for the right place until you find it

negro, was sjiot and mortally wounded -
?f by the negro. Seems to be a clear School board met in regular session I

case of the unwritten law. We hope April 2, with Messrs. T. B. Pinholster, -

..' that when the negro is tried, he will J. E. Douglass and J. C. McRae present -

r. have the same treatment a white man ;. Th Cash Department Store :
would have under similar circumstances. Minutes of last meeting read and
A negro has as much right as a
white man to defend his home.-Ocala Upon motion the board agreed to

t Star. operate the Lake Butler and Starke .

High Schools for a period of three "
f Although the "recall" is not yet an months each.Petition Starke Fla.

article 0f the Florida constitution, from the patrons of the .

j Governor Catts cheerfully accommodates Guilford school asking the privilegeof

V, { the people by removing or sus- establishing n special tax district, To Protect
'. pending from office any public servants is received. Request granted and you Against Rising CostWe

'r; against whom complaints are mad So same ordered published. .
far what has been done in this line has
The topic of summer schools was

probably been right and proper, but discussed openly, and it1 was decidedto bought early and have realty now fully 5,000 pairs of the new

, the governor's alarcity to serve the operate same for those schools

\, people in this respect may soon be taken where there was one or more monthsof est Spring and Summer Footwear for Men Women and Children. 1
advantage of by those are the 1916-17 term left over. ,

interested in having certain office holders Resignation of W. T. Wasdin, trustee .

.. removed and are not above trump- of Graham special tax district, was We earnestly advise immediate buying. The prices at which we are offering them now, based OR> ;;

: ing up charges. And the governor, accepted and Chesley Fogg appointedto their costs several month ago, represent practically the wholesale price of shoe i! ;
.. who is "as busy as can be, also takes fill the vacancy.

charge of matters outside of his office. The establishing of Burney school Space is limited so we are just mentioning a few of these wonderful values we have to offer you to' .
He wanted to elect his own speaker in refused
not within the limits *
j 1 the house of representatives, and he required by law. prove to you what we have received in Spring and Summer Footwear. Sale begins

I wants to set the time for closing the
Reports _ef county depositories ex-
{- tax books, something that the commis- amined and same found correct. '

; sioners of the counties have attended Following bills examined and warrants -Saturday April 7 1917 I,

;, to until this time. I ordered drawn to pay same. : ,
.- B. M. :_: _==:
Dowling refund No. 8 .07 i. '
The lordly hog has now attained the B. M. Dowlinit do No. 27 ______________ S.15 AND CONTINUES FIFTEEN DAYS .
dginity of having his ailments B. M. Dowling do No 22 _________ S.76
many" B. M. Dowling do No. 19 ___________ .96
r discussed "Health Notes, the official B. M. Dowling do No. 12 ___________ U8
'! organ of the state board of health. B. M. Dowling do No. 16 ___________ 6.85 SPECIAL BARGAIN FOR LADIES 100 pair Ladies Comforts, $2.50 value, and it would take a page to describe
The current number mentions the fol- B. M. Dowling do No 11 ___________ 5.20 AND MISSES. styles in Oxfords, famous Mayflower them and then
{ you would not know.
Mae McKinney teaching 21 __________ 15.(10
; lowing: Mange or scabies in swine, Mn. J. C. Poppell do No. S __________ SO.00 350 pairs Ladies' Mary Jane Patent Make, Values from $4 to $5. We are Come and see them, inspect for yourself .
t measles in swine, wormy swine, constipation Olive Ray do -___________________ 50.00 Leather Slippers, latest style. Sizes offering same at this spring opening and -choose: your wants from ,
Mn. E. E. Stuck do ________________ 50.00 sale for
in swine and swill cholera. Emma Darby do _____________________ 50(10 from 2 to 8, value today market $2.49.: our new and up-to-date models. .
The next issue will mention half a France Clark do ________________ 4..60 price, $3.80. Will go for this spring Great Showing in Our Spring Dress Special sales in Department of
t E. C Warren do __________________ 70.00 Goods. every .
dozen more ailments, but the circula- Steve Lewii do 28 ________________ 20.00 opening sale at $1.98. the Big Ready to Wear Sections.
tion of the bulletin is so limited that S. B. Hubbard Co. hardware ______?__ .41 300 Ladies' Washable ; We have a wonderful assortment in Men's $15 to $20 Kool Kloth and Palm .
H. B. Weut work 2 _____________ all sizes and
the cataloguing of the hog's diseases 4.50 Splash lees widths of shoes-from Beach Suits
Hamnton Pharmacy supplies ________ make of fancy Madras, : will be sold at this
r" I is not apt to create a distaste for pork. O. Haynes wood -_______________ 2.5 Foj.lin and assorted Linens, value AA to EE-so we can fit you. You spring opening sale for $6.49 up to
r i .' We advise the farmers to let their hogs R. A. Green teaching ________________ 59.20 from $2 to $3, will at this are invited to come and be com me- $10.98.
Madeline Middleton. do ____________ 29.60! go spring ed.
grow so fast that they can be butchered Ada Nimmo do ___________ _____ 29 60 opening: sale for $1.49. nORTAXT-M'11 Blue serge and all colors sold at the -
before they have. time to take any B. M. Dowling refuel No. :; _____ .51 and Jobs and .
t of the diseases. B. M. Dowling do 14 ________ ____ 2.05 275 pairs of Men's Work Pants, in all Cloth Remnants-Bought for cash same price "_
;' W. B. Jenkins do 3_.__.____? 26.00 -sizes, value from $2 to $2.50, will go and nearly given One hundred ladies $2 and $:J silk "
Alma Clark ______"III" away. :
teaching 3 .
; THE PIRIT OF TEDDY. r.ustiix Co. supplies 23 ____________ 28 2400 00 at this spring opening sale for only Exquisite New Millinery for Ladies Waists going at this spring opening .. ..j
Bradford Co Bank interest 22 ________ 22.88 $1.09.One and Children. sale: for 98c and up.
Bradford Co Bank do 1 ______________ 1/70 lot of 400 pair of Ladies' Oxfords Ladies Silk Hose, $1 value Easter
i. The doughty Teddy Roosevelt has Board Public Instruction refund 9 ___I 70.60 NANTS-Consisting of Fancy -
- been in South Florida and he made A B. Surreney incidentals 9 __ ____. .tn of good quality, values from $3 to Veils, Fancy Madras, Splash Veils, Sale-for 35 cents ..
Vera Sorreney teaching 13 ____?_____- 25c and .
20.00 $4 per pair. To be sacrificed to Neckwear going at
i speeches at different points. The N. G. Hall do 18 __________ ______ 45.00 our Corded Veils, all kinds of Bleachings riMen's
speeches were decidedly warlike; but Loco Johnson do ---??____._'_"_' 25.00 customers. SPECIAL only for Easter Ginghams, and Aprons to sell for loothls spring ? sale for 19c.
t, his views Jessie Pearce teaching _______._.... Bs'.OO Eve, $1.98 up. cash at half 10S les. Comforts, $2 value, .
though were extreme, they Mae Jeffreys do ___?______________ 35.00 We : price. Price .
suit us much better than those of the. mie Mackery do "________ _____ 11.25 are offering equally as bg'alues Extra Special Sale of House Furnish- lle $1.49. ,r
spineless pacifists. We need like S. S. Dowhnp do -_._________*__ __ 1'5.60 in Men's and Children's Shoes at ings. \\1 go at this spring opening sale ;;'
: men Sunolia Vaughn do ___________.____ 5.1I0 Sacrificing Prices. for $1.49. -
.- Roosevelt to expound patriotism and Retie Stroman da' -________________ 65 00 Patent Colonial all The Ready to Wear Department is full 24 lb. Band self "
S. A. __ Pumps, -rising! flour. $1.29. .
! put the red blood incirculation these Draper do 115.00 to Overflowing of the Newest
:, ; Inez Carter do -_______________ 70 QO things 2.50 $3 Ladies Dress Has, $1.:' .
days, when the anaemic element Ina Alderman do __ ___ ___ 65.110 >
K threatens to expose our nation to the *. I!. tv-H ,!? __.____:::___:_:_:___ 25 09
t odium of like May MeKinner do ____________ ___ 35.011 We are looking for you to come in and see for yourself. Come
.. being, Turkey, called A. C. Kel.. do ____________w_____ Early and get First Choice. .,
t "the sick man." Their motto has been, J. E. Fiitch retainer _______ v________ 25.00
j "business is business," and it has now W. N. Bailey tehinK __________ 20.00!
; Hradford Co Bank interest-_________ 240.00 -
degenerated to that of "anything for Lillie Marshal teaching ______________ 40.00
money." They are patriotic only so E R. Poppell incidentals .________ 3.46 The Cash .i.inr
their Bradford Co Teleerapb printing: _-___ I?.OO Department StOreStarke
long as pocketbooks or prospectsfor J. E. Douglass board service _______ 9.90
gain are not in danger, but they : T. B. Pinhobter do _____________ lUll
will rather stand insult to the nation' J. C. Me Rae do -___________________ UO ...
E. R. Poppell salary ______________ ._?.TO
than pecuniary loss. J1- T.EWaldrnp demonstration ____ 50 00
The colonel will not be satisfied with Daisy McFadden teaching _-?-_ 25.00 1'v
: Special Taj
anything less than the bending or.an J_ie ream teething 20 District________ 10.00 Fla. 4 :
American army to France "to bringthe Reba Brown do 25 ________?____ 50.00 II. i .
Bernice DeSha do _______________ 50.00 1'
kaiser his But if -
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j Mr. U. D. Miner spent Wednesday I -- Don't fail to see the 35 gypsies at SAVE $150. F I.

in Jacksonville. MORE TALK OFPREPAREDNESS the schoolhouse Tuesday night. I Make your Healing Remedy a} home .:IiI

Get a 50c bottle of Farris' Healing! Oil, -J j
Bits of LocalInformation The W. C. T. U. unions all over the I Postmaster T. J. Collins, of Brooker I add it to a pint of linseed oil a.d you 3 1

, state sent a flower shower for the was transacting business in Starke have a pint of the best healing remedy -.
opening of the legislature. Our local Tuesday.Mr. S
that money can buy. It cures ok sores, : j
: union sent a large box of choice flow- wounds, cuts and scratches. dye sell ;

I i ers. Avery G. Powell, editor of the it. Sold by D. C. Jones, StarW, Fla. ,

__ Positive Steps Must Be TakenAt Lake Butler Times, and his lovely April6132027. \ "' !
+Ii' II CN..j au, The many friends of Bruce L. Davis daughter, Miss Maud, spent Monday 1 ._ f
c M wrC...s.. TiW. will be glad to know that he' has been Once to Avoid Danger. in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. --- r

" appointed chief ilerk, roadway department Hopson.
;"", ,. of the Charlotte Harbor & PUSH THCAMPAIGN [: :1:

'j Northern railway, whose offices are at In these trying times preparednessseems
Arcadia.Joe to be the watchword, and well it CIVIC CLUB MEETING. up :
A. Sullivan, of Theressa, was in Just in-A new line of paint and p'INTjJD : 1
should be. Without it there be
Saturday.S. white wash brushes. Quigley Lumber can no .
town & Supply Co. Hill Williams, former represen- real safety, either for the nation or The Civic Club will meet next Wed- r

J. Norman, of Raiford, bad busi- tative in the Florida legislature from for the individual. nesday, April 11th, at three o'clock at I:
in Starke Saturday Mr. W. C. Kerce, of the Guilford Bradford county, and one of the most I I Now, while the government is the residence of Mrs. J. R. Halligan. ;

ness section was among the visitors to promising and successful of the young strengthening the army, navy and

W. Batten, of Theressa, was in Starke Monday. lawyers of the state, was in the city :coast defense, what preparations are CARD OF THANKS.We .
j. yesterday on profesisonal business.Mr. I you making for the strengthening of ah % f ft'
> town Williams has of !your body? Spring is here-your
-Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kerce,-of Guil- a large sys- wish to thank our many kind 194p
Garden hose, plain and wirewound. ford, were visitors at the home of Mr. friends in Jacksonville, among whomhe tem needs cleaning just as a house friends who helped us during the last
, welcomed. does at this time. You are run-down, I ,1I
always warmly Dur-
Starke Hardware Co. N. T. Ritch last Monday. illness and death of our beloved daughter L
.. ing the last session of the legislature .weak; your liver and kidneys clogged
and Erma Townsend
Rev. L. C. Futch, of Raiford, was a Mrs. Katie Floyd returned Tuesday !Mr. Williams was recognized as one ,with listless poisonous waste; you feel tired", MR. and; MRS. OLIVER JONES, I I 1
and "I'm old.
visitor to Starke Monday. afternoon from a three weeks' stay 'of the most conservative and sane say, getting LESLIE TOWNSEND,
in Jacksonville and St. Augustine.Miss members of the house, which, by the Constipation troubles you and you FANNIE TOWNSEND. J ,

J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was in way, was noted in the annals of Flor- have constant headaches and dizziness 51 4 I:

town Monday. Miriam Frazee, of New York, ida legislatures for being composed of !Altogether you are in bad shape to 'MISCELLANEOUS EASTER SALE. f fIt.d..al t
of face the heat of the summer.
men unusual strength.TimesUnion D
is here
her r
visiting grandmother, Mrs. rMomes aut 1
End all this Flush and -
Wells, of Jacksonville, w.Sin Rebecca Alvarez, and other relatives.Mr. March 31. misery now.
renovate the system with Dr. Living- The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian
the tirst of the week. aeNpmra
Starke and Mrs. Frank Gardiner CHASEMOLTON.Mr. ston's Root and Herb Tea, that great i church will hold an all day Easter sale, CkanoBiiri Pslahp Campaign Suresa i
gift of Nature, composed of twenty- 'next Saturday, at Hull's store. 411 N. lot Stntl 5i. IMK si
Hill of Lawtey, was in GainesvHle motored -
over Tuesday
Louis seven roots, herbs, barks and flowers, They will have on sale bread, salads, WE ARE FELLOW MEMBERS
visit his brothers, Messrs. 0. Gardinerand D. C. Chase and Miss Mamie
town {
Tuesday cakes
skillfully compounded and guaranteedto I pies and a number of other
J. Sims Gardiner. Molton married the .
were quietly
help you. Get a 50c package from goodies suitable for your Easter din-
Bolt, of Brooklyn, home of the bride at Palatka Wednesday
Joseph I
Mrs. -
brew it in ner. The ladies also make Buckets Brushes Brooms .
your druggist, today; your a specialtyof ?;
Starke Saturday.Mr. the ,
was shopping in Remember Easter sale by the April 4th, Rev. W. F. LaRowe,
own home as your grandmother did, beautifully colored Easter eggs forth
ladies of the Presbyterian church next of Hampton, performing the ceremonyMr. take it and note wonderful and children., Don't forget the time Dutch cleanser and cleaner
Turner, of Jacksonville, Saturday. with Chase his
F. L. They can supply you was accompanied by rapid improvement.If and place-Next Saturday at Hull'sstore.
among the visitors to Starke Sunday delicious home made eatables, also daughter, Miss Pearl, and son, Amos. .
was. & Easter eggs for the little folks.If Mr. and Mrs. Chase and the children your druggist cannot supply you, and Washing powder. .V
the Livingston Medicine Co. 1740 Main .
I returned to Starke Wednesday after-
I St., Jacksonville, Fla., will gladly mail NOTICE.The .
i Ii Misses.Olleita Cross and Ella May interested in strictly first-class noon, the journey having been made
a package on receipt of price.
Long spent last Saturday in St. Au- strawberry plants, best quality, true by automobile. They have gone to you -

gustine. to name, read ad. of the W. F. Allen housekeeping in the Chase cottage, in fifth Sunday meeting of the J JI I
Co. 395t. the northwestern corner of Starke, and I New River Missionary and Sunday, J. F. KICKLITERSTARKES F
RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves their many friends wish them much School Union will meet with the Cen-

rbepmatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. The. telegraph line along the Wan- happiness. Special Easter services will be con- tral Union at Brooker on April 27-29.
nee branch railway, which has fallen ducted at the Methodist church next Delegates bear this in mind and go to

State Attorney A. V. Long went to into "the sere and yellow leaf," is go- DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL. Sunday morning. The sermon and all Brooker instead of Dedan.W. .

Bronson first of the week to attend ing to' be rejuvenated. A large num- the music will be ,on this glorious G. LAW, FLA..
ber of poles' have been received for theme. The holy communion will be J. F .KICKLITER,
circuit the purpose. Versie, the little 2-year old administered at the close of the morn J. C. POPPELL, i

little daughter was born to Mr. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph daugh-I I ing service. The evening service will Committee. i

and Mrs. 0. L. Haynes last Saturday Miss Stella Gallagher of Savannah, who live near the Rigdon Ibe I i an evangelistic, meeting, and some I -
Monday fro attack of stom-
evening. Ga., is visifing Her friend, Mrs. G. Cv .ma severe Easter music interspersed through the
ach trouble. The remains were inter- <
Livingston. Miss Gallagher has made program. Everybody cordially invit-,
tMr. and Mrs. W. P. Robinson, of many friends in Starke who are always Wm.red in F.Crosby cemetery Tuesday The, Rev. ed to all the services of the day. Our t
Malphurs officiating. !
in Starke to her. many revival meeting may continue throughnext
Jacksonville, spent Sunday glad see
friends of the bereaved parents offer
week, and all announcements pertaining
visiting relatives. them their sincere syjnpathy.NEARLY I
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks ahd chil- to it will be made Sunday.T. .

Miss Anita Wills spent last Fridayin dren, Miss Annie Darby and Mrs. T. AN ACCIDENT. L. Z- BARR, 'r-- J

Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs. J. McBeath motored over to Green Pastor. -

E. W. Harris. Cove last Sunday. Mrs. McBeath has r
been here visiting her daughter, Mrs.R. Tuesday afternoon L. L. Leach back- MRS. WALL ENTERTAINS U. D. C. When in Perfect Health! :

Miss Kate Liddon, who is teachingin A. Weeks. ed his two-horse wagon to the. rear l'{

Jacksonville, spent the weekendwith door of the Young Trading Company'sstore On Wednesday afternoon, at three )

her mother, Mrs. C. W. Liddon. Seed-grafted winter bearing avocadoor to put on a load of fertili er. o'clock, the local chapter of the United i I

alligator pear trees, 3 varieties, While he was inside an automobile, Daughters of the Confederacy met at I I

Mr. C. C. Roundtree, of Hawthorne, adapted to North Florida. Write J. said to be from Lawtey and driven bya the home of Mrs. W. L. Wall, on North I Enn.the: mostfperfect system will OUR !] It'beccme

was a recent guest at the home of Mr. B. Beach, West Palm Beach, Fla. little girl, came suddenly dashing I I Walnuf street. The parlor of this pretty -

N,T. Ritch. 2-9-15t. around a box car standing near by and home was made more attractive deranged times. Then you REMEDIES I I

I toward the horses, stopping only in I with bowls of roses and vases of amaryllis 11'r
Break your cold or lagrippe with a D. B. Warren, of Nassauville, was time to keep from running into the lilies. Quite a number of ladies f need the help thatYOUR MAKE I 'j

few doses of 666. in Starke Saturday and called at our team. If there had been a collision I were present, among the number being '. 4_
office. Mr. Warren came down to look those in the car would have been hurt Mrs. D. M. Gornto, of Jacksonville, '.
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Gray Turner, of Gainesville, visitedhis after his landed interests in the Sampson and someone would have had *to pay who was an honored guest. : DRUGGIST YOU I 4
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- City section, where he is a large for the damage to the ,horses. As it I I The president, Mrs. L. A. Davis, occupied l i I

ter Turner, last week. land holder. He has grazing on his was the horses plunged around and : the chair and a number of items WELIJ 1

i _____ ___ range 1,400 head of cattle, which, as broke the tongue of the wagon in two :I of business was transacted. Arrange- ;
!: The stork visited the home of Mr. war as we know, makes him the larg- places. ]' ments were made for memorial exercises is'alwayspreparedfto give'you.. Our ; !

Hollingsworth Sunday est stock owner in the county. Driving automobiles is crowded places on the 26th instant; also plans | 1
: and .Mrs. Frank 1 drugs and remedies make forhealth;[ AND I j jf
morning and brought a fine girl. is too serious a business to trustto perfected for the book shower to be : .
Messrs. J. S. Brown, N. H. Stokes, little .girls. given on the 27th inst., at the homeof and
because they are absolutely KEEPS:
T. H. Waters and H. C. well I pure ;
J The Rev. M. M. Fryer will hold ser- Peeples, the chapter historian, Mrs. J. M.

vices on Easter Sunday at Trinity known citizens of the Miller section, DEATH OF LITTLE ERMA TOWN- Alvarez. i I reliable. Everything in our stock has : .
J Episcopal church.-Gainesville Sun. were transacting business in. Starke SEND. I At the close of the business session YOU I
Monday. Mr. Stokes is the Telegraph'sMiller Mrs. Wall served delicious cake and passed inspection under the pure food I '

correspondent and we will appreciate I cte .. '' The hostess was assisted in t
', The Abe Block & Co's. line any favors shown him in the On Saturday, the 24th ult., Erma serving lY\ by little Annie LongMrs. J. E. I i and drug act Come tousfor! : any aid FEELING II !

j' of Boys' Clothes at Alvarez. matter of gathering the news of that Elender Townsend died at the homeof I Wilson, Misses Olleita Cross and Ella 1

I section. her mother and step-father, Mr. and 'May Long.MODERN. I' to health. FIT t

Messrs. John and Lewis Shriver, of 1 :Mrs. Oliver Jones, after a short ill- .

!i Brooker, were visitors to Starke Tuesday Mrs. J. G. Alvarez, of Jacksonville, ness; her death being causer from the WOODMEN COUNTY 7 I }

'' afternoon. arrived a few days ago and will spend effects of measles. CAMP CONVENTION. I ;

1, several months here, having come to Little Erma was born October 9, %

Miss Frances Clark has gone to take charge of the home of her daughter 1905 in Lafayette county, and was a Wednesday afternoon the county r rMitchell's
Nawberry to be with her sister, Miss Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., during daughter of the late Lawson J. Town- camps. Modern Woodmen of America, ,

May Clark. the latter's stay at Ash ville, N. C. send. She was a faithful Sunday held their triennial county conventionat

;j Mrs. Andrews left yesterday for Ashe- school pupil and a member of the B. the Woodmen Hall, Starke. Dele-

: Mr. R. Ray White, of Orlando, will ville and will remain there until next Y. P. U. at China Grove church. The' gates were present, from Lake Butler, Drug Store Starke, Fit t

,: spend Easter with his parents, Mr. and fall. funeral was conducted at nine o'clock Starke and Lawtey. The camps at t'
,1 Mrs. J. W. White. Sunday morning by Rev. W. G. Law, Brooker, Raiford and Hampton failed .. ,= Ji

t of the Starke First Baptist church, to send their delegates to meet with :=
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Miss Annie BelIe Phifer, of Tusca- -
Screen 'em out-We have the goods. and the interment was at Beulah cem- the other Lake Butler was l
loosa, Ala., spent last Monday with etery in Clay county, where she rests
Co. *
Quigley Lumber. & Supply represented by Mr. R. E. Dell and Dr.
her her cousin, Mrs. A. V. Long. Miss
I by her sister, Ruth, who died about L. H. 3
S. D. Carver Lawtey byMr.
Mrs. J. F. Canova and son, Mr. Leo Phifer is a thoroughly trained musi- three years ago. Sympathizing friends Hill, and Starke; by Mr. Jos. E. Wilson.
cian, and all who had the pleasure sent beautiful flowers, with
in Jacksonville many the
Canova, spent days Election of a delegate attend
hearing her sing .were
which the casket was covered.
I last week. state convention at Tampa on the first EveryWornant
the sweetness, power and scope of her Erma was in the fifth grade of the Wednesday in May terminated in the

and children, superb voice. Starke grammar school, and was a
Mrs. J. A. Cunningham selection of Mr. Wilson as delegate,
of Stuart, were recent visitors at the student of considerable mental ability with Dr. Caner, of Lake Butler, as

home of her brother, Mr. J. F. Kick- The new line of summer for one of her years, preparing her alternate.In .
liter. of- lessons with ease and accuracy. She choosing the place for the meet- certainly will wish o see the new creations in our
clothes at Alvarez consists
much beloved by her teachers'and
was of the 1920 county convention,
beautifull line of SPRING MILLINERY.
Palm Beach Cloth. classmates, who will miss her very
Miss Fred- chosen
Mrs. W. L. Cochran and Lake Butler was unanimously
week-end at much. Erma's personal charms to- ..11
dy Hedgecock' spent the Kool Kloth. by the delegates.
i: the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ca- I gether with her lovable dispositionmade Several visitors from county camps And they are well worth seeing. Each model is ;,
I Zephyr Weave cloth.) her a little girl of charming
nova. were present, and altogether a very
I Priestlies English Air Pore. personality. She was a member of the interesting meeting was held. a gem in its class. t
volunteer choir that sang at school
NOTICE-See clean-up campaign -
Worsteds. .
our Summer
for the opening exercises, and had frequently -
ad in another column. Starke Starke Camp, Modern Woodmen of

Hardware Co.' 462t. Wednesday morning a dog, sportingthe the high taken school part auditorium in entertainmentsin the last one America of the, met best Wednesday attended sessions evening with held Your Easter Hat Now Ready ;

American colors, came walking being Robert E. Lee memorial exer- .. .
Mrs. D. M. Gornto, of Jacksonville, for several months. Interest is awak- .
down. Call street. He met up with a cises, when she beautifully sang "Flagof
W. J. -
ia here Mrs.
her sister, with the .
visiting ening in the camp prospectof I!
of other .
decorated with the German colors. the Free, with a number
t Epperson. Mrs. Gornto formerly who lived dog There was first a vicious "G-r-r!" on little companions.Besides initiating several candidates into We ask you to come early and make your selection :i
here,and has many friends are the order within the next few weeks.
i both sides, the hair on their necks her friends, little Erma whi 1 have number of r
clad to see her again. Members of the order are requested to you a large pasterns
bristled and their tails stood as leaves to mourn her loss, her mother,
and straight up as the kaiser's mustache. Mrs. Ida E. Jones, her stepfather, Mr. be present Wednesday, April 18th, as from which to choose. ;,:
Go to Hull's1 store next Saturday I Mr. Leslie there' will be two or more candidatesto ,
to play. Those who Oliver Jones, her brother,
Then they began
boy from the ladies of the PresbyterI be initiated at that time.
took this to mean that Townsend, and sister, Miss Fannie further stimulate :
I church, mist Easter eggs that are believe in signs To your desire, we will state ,:
Townsend also three uncles Messrs.J. .
duration. ,
the will be of short ;
i',1 the beautifully children.colored. They will delight war T. Hickey, E. W. Hickey. and' R. L. METHODIST CHURCH. that some of the patterns.this spring are along '

., Hickey. Rev.: J. C. Jenkins, of Jacksonville, lines ncverfbefore put out, and will excite your ':
ThEre Is more Catarrh tn'thll section ,
presiding elder of this district, is here
1 Mrs. R. L. Wood, who moved here of the country than all other diseases admiration.The -
t from with Mr. A. M. Guthrie put together and for years it was supposed Sprains and Strains Relieved. assisting Rev, T. L. Z. Barr with a ,
Tampa to be incurable. Doctors prescribed week's meetings at the Methodist I
1 and family some time ago, has moved local remedies and by constantly Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the the n
fa.ltng to cure with local treatment. church. .}Ir. Jenkins is a most earnest sooner you come more EXCLUSIVE
back to Tampa. pain out of strains sprains, bruises
pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh Is a and interesting speaker, and all '
.>} --- local disease, greatly Influenced by con. and all muscle soreness. A clean, clear who have not heard him have missed your selection. ',li

Mr. and Mrs. H..J. Stewart, Mrs. L. stltutlonal constitutional conditions and treatment.therefore Hall's requires liquid easily applied, it quickly pene- much, as he is highly logical and prac- i
,A. Duncan and A. C. Strickland, without Sloan's lini- -
Mrs. Catarrh Cure manufactured by F..1.Cheney trates rubbing. tical in all of his discourses. I
of Lake Butler, motored over to Starke & Co. Toledo. Ohio. Is a constitutional ment does not stain the skin or clog

Monday and spent the day here. acts thru remedy the Blood is taken on the Internallyand Mucous the pores like mussy plasters or oint- and,Services evening every at 7:30.afterroon A cordial at invi-3:30

Surfaces of the System. One Hundred ments. For chronic rheumatic aches tation is extended to all. Knight MillineryStarke 11

Never has there been such a that Dollars Hall's reward Catarrh is offered Cure falls for any to cure.case and pains, neuralgia, gout and lumbago -

selection clothes Send for circulars: and testlmOl .lls. have this well-known remedy han- To Core a Cold la One Dty
of f summer F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. Ohio. dy. For the pains of grippe and following Take UHATIVH BROMO Qulmlne. It stops the Fla.

shown, in" Bradford as 'are oU by Dru;;.sis. THall' :.-. strenuous work, it gives quick Courb Druggist aiM refund Headache money and if work it fills oil the to Cold.care. /t

hewn by J. M. Alvarez.s ( Funulv Paly fa-' const. atioa. relief. At drueists. 25c. (2) E. W. GROVE'S tigoitnr on etch bon 2Sc. ,

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4 COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS (Press Bulletin No. 264, Universityof According to all indications the It Is Important That tb1 f ,
Q> Now 'that Florida has a permanent Florida Agricultural Experiment Should 1 n00setl&.:
Plant City Market Has Been Steady Florida farmers will plant the largest 1.nowy _:
40044004 t y0 p44E 404j During Past We .. packing house market for all classesof Station, By J. R. Watson.) acreage of velvet beans that has ever I

j Seminole County-Fungus diseases I I livestock in Jacksonville, it is what well During the spring months red spiders been produced. This presents a hope- How can the hou-ekeep)-

I are attacking the plants quite generally I I PLANT CITY, March 31.-Straw- for the farmers to will know just them the are likely to give trouble. They ful situation. Furthermore, there is er or not she is prcvid,ng'tite '
here, due to the weakened conditionof berries have been moving this weekat class of The old bring days, when attack a variety of plants. Among a possibility of a better average yield which her family needs and u < foo(_ .

the plants which survived the cold. the rate of 27,000 quarts a day, except highest prices. to $18a cultivated plants, peas strawberries, because the farmers have a numberof the best possible: returns fur the" .
animal brought $15
The agent is getting bids from con- Monday, when nearly 51,000 any kind to quality, have beans, citrus, cotton, violets and cam- varieties to plant. The Georgia or she spends? Thi is a very 3
without regard
tractors for the erection of about ten quarts went out. The market has been 'passed head and will return. The phor are the favorites. Ninety-day bean, the Yokohama bean question which is answered 'n part time -
100 ton silos for this season. steadier this week, jumping from 9 never the farmer bases Infested plants become gray and and Wakulla bean will ripen in about Farmers' Bulletin* pubis1edby b
t R Tues- market now open to dried in and finally turn 120 from planting. The Osceola U. S. Department .f
cents Monday to about 11 cents the value of up appearance days ( Agriculture/ tZ _
I Nassau County-The livestock and day. Wednesday it was 10 cents and its prices directly for meat.upon yellow and die. Strawberries turn Chinese and Alachua beans will ripenin Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, state

farm loan associations are both grow- Thursday was about. 11 cents. Still the carcass worth of animal for meat is brown and remain small and hard. If about 5 months from planting, :for home demonstration work N
ing in membership and the livestockmen better prices may be anticipated the based largely an its form, size and examined closely, infested plants, particularly while the Florida and Lyon beans must l'r..-versity of Florida ext, mioi diS'( :

are becoming greatly interested next few days, as the Easter trade usually the amount and upon quality of flesh it car- the under-sides of the leaves, be planted early to ripen before the ion. In discussing the weketler\

in tick eradication. One farmer at Evergreen is much above the average. The ries C. L. Willoughby of the University i- are found covered with a web of fine frost. With a supply of seed from effincncy, the bulletin says:
J has just completed a dipping quality of the berries is better than says of Florida college of agriculture. silk under which the minute yellowish these different varieties, farmers can "I'nfortunaielr: price the

vat. ten days ago. They ape larger, and I The form or shape of the animalis mites can be seen with the unaided eye continue to plant until June 1st. Even for food is no test r' the nourishll1ellt paA
near uniformity in size and color. The I entirely its breeding. Under a good lens one can readily discern now cut over land can be cleaned up I i1-jields to the lody Appetit jJrn,
Brevard County-Our recent county local growers are using more care in All meat upon animals have the eight-legged adults, whichare and planted in plenty of time to growa ataa>s a safe gui'!e, A child

fair was a success. The money here- picking and packing, and it is bringing been bred purebred and selected for years togrou from red to green in color, the crop of velvet beans before the frostwill tile might be sati :,.d with a diet of I

tofore given by the county board to results. heavy frames that will put on bright red eggs, and the white skins kill them. nothing but sugar '.ut this !
some carnival company was used for Contrary to expectations there wasa large amounts of flesh in the parts of which were cast off when the spiders The general condition of food supply would not me good for him. Neil}

# prizes in the farmers' exhibit and was shortage of pony refrigerators on the body that bring the highest prices molted. the high price of corn and feed- I can hunger and: its satisfaction alvin:

appreciated. The agricultural exhib- Wednesday and Thursday. It was expected (after the animal is cut up in the These pests belong to the spider stuffs, demands that every availableacre I be relied upo:"!. A hulky diet of i.
its were made by farmers' association that at least a thousand boxes butcher shop. class and to a group of small spiders should be planted in velvet beans. I I tatoes or bananas alow would ion

instead of by individuals this year and would be returned early in the week, Look at the razorback: hog or scrub called spider-mites, which includes the Where the land can be plowed and I make I a person feel that he had eata

proved to have dditbnal interest. but they had not arrived last night. 'steer, then look at a purebred or cross rust mite of citrus. The best remedy thoroughly cultivated, the chances forgetting i enough( but would rot furnish aU that
of freezers forces some for of these mites is form of excellent. I I the .
The shortage between purebred boar or bull and. any some a good crop are [ body needs.Evidently ;

Lee County-Crops are looking good shippers to use the freight refrigerator the native a stock, and note the differ- i sulphur.One II However, where there is not sufficient what a per,;on who plans
in this county. There is considerable cars entirely. However, by the I ence. The animal with good bloodlines 1 may use either free sulphur or teams on the farm, velvet beans can I. ought to know i illwhat thina
t} blight showing in the Irish potato end of the week the boxes will be roll- will be squarely built, which some of its compounds, applying it dryor I be planted where two furrows are body nee is; in its food and how

patches, but these are being sprayed. ing in at a lively rate, and there still means a good portion of its weight in I in the form of a spray. Free sul- thrown together, and by fall they will !.these needs can be filled'by the ordk:
Several farmers are planting corn and not likely be a shortage again this sea- high priced cuts. Such animals dress phur is one of the best remedies known have made a fair growth.It nary food materiali. The bulletin g pj
against red spiders or mites. It is will be impracticable to dependon such information: a sipiple
peas and are treating the seed to observe son.The out a much higher percent of meat. wty. ft
the effect. In this section, the I movement the past three days: They have a natural tendency to fat- somewhat slower in it saction than purchased feedstuffs to fatten our should make plain that Afferent (dada

farmers are depending on the staple I was.divided as follows: ten evenlyand will put on flesh rapidlyand some compounds of sulphur, taking of- Florida cattle sufficiently to bring top or classes of foods ser\-ejdifferent met

crops in their work this year I Tuesday-Three. freight refrigerator more economically than the scrub ten two or three days or more to do its market prices. The one hope that this in the body and shvild hflp the hOllie---
cars and 274 pony reingeraiors. animal., "The meat of a quickly. ma- work, but it remains active for- a- longtime beef will reach the market -in good condition keeper to choose those which will lent

Wednesday-Four freight refrigerator turing animal of good blood lines is frequently two or three weeks, is that there will be a much-l larger all these uses without waste. .
Alachua County-Farmers in this and 130 refrigerators. and usually kills the mites. Sulphurcan of velvet beans A
cars pony I always of better quality than the scrub acreage producedthis .discussion of the d.W's food fork'
county are gradually getting rid of the Thursday-Four freight refrigerator stock can produce: be applied dry, and be driven into year than any year heretofore. family of five is given in the bullet

stumps on their farms and are buying cars and 101 pony refrigerators.The The animal with good blood in his the citrus trees or strawberry beds by Recent quotations from the Jacksonville The variety and quantity is named sad

better implements. The demand for movement to date: Qts veins is the profitable animal. He pro- means of a blower or duster. In the markets offer $9.25 to $10 per a test for its adequacy |f. given. They

planters is such that the dealers can- Previously reported ________1,167.381 duces more meat and better meat than strawberry patch it can be applied by hundred for choice steers, and light health and appearance ;>f the farm!,

not supply the demand just now. Sev- Tuesday, March 27 _________ 32,192 the scrub. The packer can afford to hand, or shaken into the vines througha bean fed steers from $7 to $7.50 per named as a test for the wholesome*ware '.

eral of the farmers have bought rid- Wednesday, March 28 _______ 26,880 and does more a pound for closely'woven cloth or a perforatedcan. hundred, and the average run of grass ness of the diet. The bulletin is frt4

ing cultivators. One of the large stock Thursday, March 29 ________ 21,728 pay such meat than pay for the ordinary stock. steers from $5 to $5.50 per hundred. .

I farms in this county has sold recently farmer who does not believein Sulphur and LimeIt The cattle that ordinarily go to mar- MARKETING $+ .
one hundred head of beef cattle. Total ...________________1,248,181 Every improved livestock should visit the is better to mix three parts of ket lean at the close of the grass sea- Beats burying them. Steve OGS.Hoover. .
dry sulphur with one part of hydrated son should be fattened in Florida, and ,i
: Interstate Stock Yards at Jacksonvilleand ML Pleasant, Iowa, writs, "Commoie--
i THE FARMER'S OPPORTUNITY. lime. The lime can be bought or there is no cheaper and more econemi-
Duval County-The county agent is watch the sales in progress. The ed feeding my herd of about 100 hops
laying special stress on the necessityof prices paid for the different classes of made by adding 32 pounds (four gal- cal method of doing this than to fat- B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over two/
{ I lons) of water to each 100 pounds of ten them velvet beans in the field.
every farmer growing every possi- The country is crying for bread. For stock are the most eloquent argumentfor on months ago. Fifty wen sick and oft
ble thing he can in the nature of home the first time in its history in this land better livestock, an argument of quicklime. Mix hydrated lime and sulphur With all feedstuffs continuing to increase feed. Nearby herds bid cholera. I,

r supplies for himself and livestock. of plenty, through a combination of dollars and cents, and these dollars thoroughly. The best results will in prices, the opportunity for did not lose one-they} are well and

3: There will be more garden truck grown circumstances, food is not only scarce, and cents mount up to'the hundreds be obtained by applying the dust at putting our waste lands into proper growing fast." Sold! If D. C. Jones,

j; in Jacksonville back yards than ever but some of the staples are nearly exhausted when the price of a carload of stockis night or in the early morning when cultivation was never so good as at Starke, Fla. Mar.r29l62330ESPECIALLY- .&d,
( before. Two mail sacks of government and will be altogether lack- considered.The the plants are wet with dew, as thedust the present time.A.

garden seeds have been given ing unless the country's farmers do days of scrub stock, scrub seems to stick better at that timeIt P. SPENCER,
out from office, and nine out of every works better when the night are Assistant Director.
my their best to supply them and have mehods and scrub prices are rapidly
j ten people who got them live within good seasons in their favor. The possibilities passing. We are now entering an era moist and the days bright and sunny, f

the city limits. .of the South for raising cer- in which those who keep good stock, as under these conditions the chemical GOD0=0- .0
action of the takes
r sulphur place more
tain food products are forced on the and follow careful methods will reap rsp
attention of the country to an extent the just rewards, something the far- rapidly.The 0q
dust is
never before known, as, aside from mer has not always received in the plants like strawberries particularly effective where the on 0 TOMATOPLANTS

growing cotton, very little has so far past. .
leaves lie close to the ground. On
from this section of the
expected plants like cotton with leaves raised
commonwealth. Southern farmers are CONSTIPATION IN SWINE.On i 0$1.OOperl000
above the ground it does not work so B
exert n
to I
from all directions
v exhorted account of the lazy life led by well. The heat from the soil is necessary -
themselves in growing food crops and I..some hogs, due to enforced idleness to oxidize the sulphur. 0 YgJR STATEHEE"
meats, and plenty of them. ===
and unwise methods of feeding, their Sulphur SprayAs O .
r( Last fall the Telegraph could see bowels become inactive and a case of a spray, one can use from one to
what was coming, and we advised our
constipation ensues. five
pounds to fifty gallons of water.It .
for this
farmers to plan for big crops The hog becomes restless and strains will spread and wet the plants much

wi A year. We are gratified to know that The manure is hard and covered with better if three or four pounds of soap .
they are doing so, yet the case is so mucus. The appetite diminishes and is added. 0 -

serious that a little more admonish- the animal seems dull. Sulphur Compounds Fine o OUR J INSTRUCTIVE <
not amiss. ,The corn, stocky plants o
ment come
may The condition can often be overcome Of the compounds of sulphur, lime- CATALOGUE ANDWEtKLY :
cotton and Irish potato crops is have still by feeding grasses, roots or pumpkinsor sulphur is one of the best for use in o from 6 to 10 inch- :
mostly been planted, but there other fresh vegetables, or by givingone the citrus grove. Use about one gal- a, y

time for more corn on any ground thatis to three ounces of castor oil, or lon to 50 gallons of water. One can 3 es. All varieties. PRICE, LIST
available. Then there are cowpeas, to three of salts dissolved
one ounces Epson buy the commercial product or makeit
4 rice, beans, peanuts and sweet pota- in water. If the case does not by using 8 pounds of lime and 8 SEED FORTH

toes ahead of us-plant as much as respond, try one to three ounces of pounds of sulphur. Cover the lime U F.W.POPE q I t 1 TODAY.
possible. Velvet beans for fattening} ;
castor oil to which two drops of crotonoil with six quarts of water, and as the
beef shrould also be planted in plenty.
have been added.In .
mixture becomes heated add the sulphur -
And don't neglect to have an abundant drenching a hog never turn it on slowly. When the slaking is over LAKELAND. FLA. IN EED1L

'" garden. end, as the medicine may go down into quickly cool the mass by pouring cold 9D
Then comes the prevention of waste, the lungs and strangle the animal. Al- I water into it.Limesulphur. I JACKSONVILLE. FIA
which farmers are admonished to exer- 01:10-- 'OIlC
do drench while is I.
4' so not the hog does not work well on ..
cise. We are wont to say that "a pen- squealing. A good to give liquid -- -, ---
a and
\ earned. Like- way hairy plants is hardly to be rec- _
ny saved is a penny to a hog is to cut the toe out of ommended fop strawberries or other .-- .-
wise anything saved from waste whichcan an old shoe, put this into his mouth plants in bloom.Potassium -: ---

i N valkSonA be utilized for food means that and pour the medicine into the shoe, sulphid (livers of sulphur r Northern Grown 1
much produced. Don't waste your allowing the hog to chew the shoe. Ora ) makes a very efficient and quick- .i

I I hogs by letting them die of cholera. piece of garden hose and a funnel acting spray. Use a pound and a half '
\ ,
See that are not lost from @;I
maybe used the same way. to 50 gallons of water. Strawberry Plants I'
that corn is cot deStroyed -
J improper housing
i To prevent the trouble from recur- None of these inseticjdes kill the

'| by rats and weevils, see that ring, see that the animal gets more eggs, so it may be necessary to repeatthe III f I
F ITfti1o nO there are hogs and poultry to eat any- exercise and laxative feed, in the formof spraying or dusting a week later. For best results, Florida growers should buy Northern grown
thing unavoidably spoiled and so strawberry plants in February March and their
green vegetables and grasses. Besides the cultivated plants named April to propagate
t. 1LiheNeedIerfaSifi !on. We may go further and warn above, red spiders are quite likely to l plants for fall setting. 1,000 plants will usually product enough_ to

against the wasting'of the substanceof breed on wild blackberries, mustard r", set two acres. The first cost of the plants is small, ar. 2 the soil by weeds, the scalding of : buy the best. Allen's plants are guaranteed true-to-narhe, healthy
MANY SECURE privet, wild geraniums, "lambs'
f fi can have I plants through insufficient drainage, ," sow-thsitle, evening primroseand quarters II'II' well rooted, and packed to reach you in as good condition as if you
S you your very the neglect of converting trash and refuse other weeds. These should be destroyed had dug them from your own field. The best plants are tie cheapest.Our .

..6. own personal ideas tail- into manure, etc. Last, but not t when found Price to all Florida growers for best quality MISSIONARY
II near strawberry
ored into your Spring suit. least, don't waste the crabgrass and TIMES-UNION beds. One of the quickest ways to do I'I plants is $2.75 per 1,000, delivered; all charges PREPAID. Klondykt
beggarweed, but cut and cure them Lady Cornelia, Lea We
this is to spray the plants with a solu- Gandy and Aroma at same price if wanted.
i I THE GLOBE TAILORING CO.! for hay. tion of sodium arsenite, a pound to ten employ DC) agents, and pay no commissions, everybody pass the same.I .
r Or CINCINNATI. I Every man in the county has his OFFER OF FLORIDA'S GREAT gallons of water. I 11 I You get full value of your money, in plants that are wofch the price.If .

j. Msk.n ot'N.dL.M.11./"' duty cut out for him now. The capi- j you have not used our plants, ask anyone who has use$ them whit
Clotlw\ talists have offered the country all the DAILY MEETS QUICK RESPONSES I they think of them. You cannot afford to take a chant with poor' -

I b equipped to perform this B money needed, the manufacturers have HERE. SWILL CHOLERA. plants. You need the best. So, send direct to us. All ortJers shipped ,:

: I personal service as you have 8 offered the use of their plants or out- II promptly, with full count of good plants. The kind thai makes you
put, the scientific men and the labor The offer This is an infection caused by feed- want them again next year. :
: ten-day of the Florida .
never Deen served before.
> unions will see to it that there, will be ing hogs swill and offal from the -
Times-Union is soon to expire, but the :
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of willing hands to make' everything kitchen.
plenty In the swill
many cases con-
i 500 beautiful Fabrics in. needed for war time. Now it final people day already will find enrolled many as of subscribers.The our local. tains dishwater slop heavily charged The W. F. Allen (foT"= 1

: i eluding Palm Beaches, I is for the farmers to raise food crops, low price of $3.33 for a sub- with granulated soap, and in others
beef, pork, hay and grain in putrid meat
Linens Silks eggs scraps and fermenting
Priestley Mo \ scription covering the next six months l
r abundance. To plant every square foot grains vegetables.. The symptoms Salisbury Md.l '
/ the I
-probably most and
41. f hairs, Kool Krashes and I of available ground and give it the critical in the world's important resemble somewhat hog cholera, and ,
: Tropical Worsteds. best cultivation. This will require attractive let history- too as all of a drove or even several drovesin > :-
2 to unheeded.In :
L work without ceasing and the usual addition to Associated pass the same neighborhood may be affected :;1-
Press service -
r. Now is the time to place I.. vacations will have to be curtailed. covering every important place the owners fear an outbreak of -' --f
But it will into the far
t put money genuine hog cholera. i
; 21 your order while the assort mers' pockets and the satisfaction of on earth, and a special state service in- .

ment is complete. duty fulfilled into their hearts. It luding daily and exhaustive articles '
legislature, :
will also give the South an opportunity the Times-Union offers its readers full N. M. SAULSProduce .
STYLES THAT SPARKLE to show to the world its producing
porting news, baseball, an 'accurate Wednesday fine
twenty Heresford
and Bradford
WOT YOUTH \ power we are sure coun-
ty will be the localities which stock and market page. bulls arrived here and were unloaded
J. W. WHITE S show the highest yields. Live editorials discuss current topicsis for the Walkill Farms. These are Commission Merchant ;
.' do special illustrative and magazine prize animals purchased by Mr. Dun-

& SONSTARKE I features. Will congress declare for lap on his recent visit to the Texas ..
Piles Cored. a to H
Days var or for peace! If for war, how Fair. They are of the best blood Southern
very Products
FLA Tear druggist will refund money If PAZO viII our country fare! How will the and are beauties. a specially
I OINTMENT fads to sere: any case of Itching
I .Bletthn g Protruding Pile in 6 to 14 day. laily events at Tallahassee affect your The Walkill Farms is to be of
Ask u about th."MADEUTE" The firet application gives Ease and Rest. SOc ncome? You one -._ J .
I I ought to Write the large cattle ranches in Florida and
Cat he Times-Union, Jacksonville, at once, it will be stocked with
I .AV6 ".at I everybody.Tell it to the Advertise.Telegraph and you tell \and accepting Sunday the) for six$3.33.-Adv.months offer (daily animals owner.-Green by Col.Cove R. Times.L. Dollings blooded, the 135 South. Second St., Philadelphia, Pa. ; .

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t + + + ttttt + + 1 1 lots 1 and 3 block 18-46i.j feet frontagetl CALOMEL SALIVATESAND "000C9Mf7 6+*i.i.9 ...
2.816 per ft front $130.94. I
LEGAL NOTICES Bradford County Bank-West SO'.', feet of lots t

. .. . . + + 2 and 4 block 19-304 feet"frontage @ l Florida's Bottomless Pit l MAKES YOU SICK

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. $2.816 |*r ft front. $85.89. J. R. Davis
Eighth Judicial Circuit of C. Jones-East 22 feet of the West t I
la Circuit Court half of Iota 2 and 4, block 19-22 feet Acts Like Dynamite
Bradford County. on a Sluggish
Florida.. frontage @ $2.816 per ft front $1.95. .I
W,. T. Week J. W. Morgan-East % lots 2 and 4 block Liver and You Losea & Company
,- caesar Davis and his wife May Davis 19 front.-52'4$147.84.feet frontage @ $2 8"l6 per ft There is a place about three miles brink of a body of water that would .. .

, Dill Notice for to Foreclosure Appear of Mortgage. Charles F. Pace-Lots 1 and 3 block 19- west of Winter Park, known to many accommodate, if one could be placed Day's Work.

To Caesar Davis and May Davis his wile 10S feet. frontage @ $2.816 per ft front people of that section as the "sink" or on the very top of the other, five of 1

$265.68.N. "bottomless pit." Although it has been our tallest pine trees he becomes im- There's INSURANCE
ptiog: T. Rich-Lots; 2 and 4 block 20.- except no reason why a person
been shown by affidavit that the
i-iBj.nU baring, Caesar Davis and May Davis hi* the south 24 feet, 8 inches and the build regarded by observers familiar with pressed with the phenomenal depth oi should take sickening, salivating cal-

wife, are non residents of the State of Florida ing known as the old post office building83 such geological depressions as an ordi- the depression, and with the fact that omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof

and that the residence of said defendants $234.43.Bonita 1-4 feet. frontage. @ $2.816 per ft front nary sink, yet on account of the great he is locking into one of the "deep Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect
236 S. Darien street, of the city ofMUidelpbia. Starke Florida
, Is at No. in the state of Pennsylvania of E. Jones and N. T. Riteh-That part of depth of water in its basin, and the places of the earth." substitute for calomel.It :-: l4Z \

.- 4he United States of America, and that said ing lots known 2 and 4 aa of the block old 20 postoffice which the buildingnow build- absence of a surface outlet to carryit The water basin was found to have is a pleasant, vegetable liquid ...

i defendants are over the age of twentyonecis occupies-21*, feet frontage at $2.816 off, the water constantly flowing in- the shape of a lop-sided cone for a which will start your liver just as sure- OM4V 11+34

I j! therefore ordered, considered and adIJdpI Seaboard per ft Air front Line, $6125.Ry Co.-That portion of to it, it has been regarded by some of distance of probably 250 feet below ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you
I Sod: May that David the said his defendants wife do ,appear Caesar to Davis thepwpUlnant's the Seaboard Air Line Railway lying to the people as possessing certain unus- the surface and to widen toward the sick and can not salivate. S i1

Bill of Complaint herein on or the south of and fronting upon Call ual sink peculiarities.Some bottom. The shape of the"entire basinis Children and grown up folks can Ask You

I I Store wbereof the 7th a day decree of May.pro A.confesso D. 1917 will in de-be street frontage in ft town$2.816 of per Starke-45 ft front $128.41.6-10 feet of the old settlers thereabouts supposed to be, therefore, of that of take: Dodson's Liver Tone, because it

faUlt catered against the said Caesar Davis and May R. R. and Hetty M. Prevatt-Bloek 21-105 associated considerable mystery with the frustrum of a cone, with the larger is perfectly harmless. -1

II "I'". bis wife 68.feet frontage @ $2.816 per ft front, $295.- the place, and it was heightened by ends at the top and bottom. The Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is

"it to farther ordered that this notice be crude soundings of the water basin diameter of the land-mouth of the sink 1
nbufhed in the Bradford County Telegraph, a C. F. Hoover and J. C. Hoover-Part of lots mercury and attacks your bones. Takea
I .paper published at Starke. in Bradford 5 and 7 in block 14 Town of Starke, de- without touching bottom, and the was found to be 400 feet and that of dose of nasty calomel today and you CHEEKNEAtSCOFFEES ,
QJIuJlorida. once each week for five eoni4eotive scribed as follows: Beginning at corner speculations to'which they rise. the surface of the enclosed water 163 I -,,
I 6 weeks. of Call and Cherry street in said town gave I will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to

JB witness Whereof. I have hereunto set running W 55 ft on Call street thence A neighboring farmer failed to reach feet. morrow. Don't lose a day's work. i
hand and affixed the seal of our Circuitejjart north 40 feet thence east 22 feet, thenee bottom with 100-foot string and an- In the
a sandy banks of the sink
are Take Dodson's
on this the 19th day of March, A. D. north 25'i feet, thence east 33 feet, thence a spoonful of Liver
J91L south 65feet to point of beginning-55 other local investigator of the mystery occasional clayey deposits and out- Tone instead and you will wake up 1i

W. T. WEEKS, 88Trustees feet frontage @ $2.816 per ft front 154. failing after great effort to find the cropping, very rotten sand-stone, and feeling great. No more biliousness, i

*Seal) By R. A. WEEKS. Clerk. of May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F.- depth came to the conclusion that the shelving sand stone projects into the constipation, sluggishness, headache,

,Copy) Deputy Clerk. :6.feet N and S and 50'i feet E and W water was so dense at the great depth water on one side for a considerable coated tongue or sour stomach. Your Best By Ever T st
in the SW corner of lot 5 block U, bounded
& reached his line that it preventedthe
.D. by distance below the surface. There
Complainant's Solicitor. 323StADJUXISTRATOR'S by Call street on the south and F. C. & I are druggist says if you don't find Dod t
P Railway on the west the above de- further descent of his sounding several springs in the basin near the son's Liver Tone acts better than hor- 1

NOTICE OF FINAL the scribed pit'eeof land being as per map of weight, and hence that the bottonv edge of the water and it is estimatedthat rible calomel is
Town waitingfor
of Starke in the'SW corner of your money
lot 7 block 14-50 feet frontage @ $2.816 could never be found.In a constant inflow of water from
NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. you. (12-44)
5917. I will present to the County Judge ofBradford Seaboard per ft Air front Line, $140.80.Ry Co.-That portion of regard to the age of the sink, local them would amount to a stream about Full Supply of

County. Florida my final.account the Seaboard Air Line Railway lying to opinion fixed its origin at quite a three inches in diameter, flowing at the UNWISE PRAISE.
of the estate of Calvin Mod de-
bud tcuaJ. and apply for the approval of same the in Town north of of Starke-45 and fronting upon Call street recent date. According to this opin rate of five miles an hour. The partof COFFINS AND CASKET* j

gad for my final discharge as such administra
Dated of A' H Johns-East 27 feet of lots 6 and 8 grove, and this part of the grove was covered with saw palmettoes, bushes your ,
this the 30th day March, A. D. Explain to callers he's peach All Sizes and Qualities
block 15-27 feet frontage @ $2.816 ft a ; _
)!917. per swallowed up when the sink was form- and some pines and other trees. ii
front: $76.03. The pride and of the -
Administrator of the estate A. of Z. Calvin ADKINS.Mott deceased Mrs. N. Alva Ensey-East 38 feet of the west ed. The place was pointed out where As to the origin and geological fea- The only pebble glory on the beach.race- Always on Nand i
78 feet of lots 6 and 11. block 15-38 feet the house stood hat
Starke. Fla. 3306mo. frontage Gi $2.816 was oc\'uped by tures, this sink does not differ essen- ..
per ft front $107.01.
N. B. Hull-West 40 feet lots 6 and 8 block the owner of the grove. The absurdityof tially from other sinks found in Flor-

,; RESOLUTION. 15-10 feet frontage @ $:.816 per ft front, this opinion becomes evident whenit ida and elsewhere. There depressionsare And soon that kid an aleck grows, PRICES REASCNAVLE

WHEREAS, A. F. Harley. Town Engineer.hu Perry$112.64 Dover: is known that there are pine trees due to the wearing away of sub- A smarty, all swelled up with pride, .. a
East half
of lots and
5 7, block
definitely: advised this Council that the 16 52'fe nearly two feet in diameter growing And people long to twist his nose
ranitruction work provided for in Section 1 t frontage at $2.816 per ft terranean rocks, causing the formingof J. C. CONELawtey
front, And lam the sawdust from his hide. .
$147 84.
.tBl of Ordinance No 90 has been completedthat Mrs. M. E. Edwards around the sink basin. One hundred caves, and the falling in of the
-West half lots 5 and 7 rFlorkU
ascertained the actual cost charg-
be has front to the abutting property block -52V. feet frontage fir $2.816 per years would probably be required for caves because their tops become too
able per ft front $147.84.W. the trees to to this size. The bore that ". _
;sad that he has carefully and equitably apportioned H. grow weak to support the overburden.Of greatest ever was =--- --- "- ... _
that part of the entire cost to be speially block Miner-East 16-28 1-4 28U feet feet frontage of lots@6 and$2.816per 8 The fact.concerning the depth, and all rocks, limestone is the most Is that obtrusive, forward kid; -

assessed to the different pieces of property ft far possible the form of the deep Whose him wild WHAT IS
benefitted by said improvements and has front-179.55. as as easily eroded in this way, and hence parents gave applauseFor
prepared assessment roll indicating therein Bank of Starke-West 20 feet of east 48 1-4 water-pit, were determined a few sinks everything he ever did.
feet of lots caves and are generally foundin
6 and
8. block 16-20 feet
of the owners, if known the de-
the names the scientific
of the property abutting the said improvements frontage @ $2.816 per ft front, $56.32. years ago by departmentof limestone regions. The Mammothcave
and to be assessed, the number of Bradford and block County Bank-West 56\ feet lots 6 Rollins College. The professor in in Kentucky and the Luray cave When grave and thoughtful people call LAXFOSLAXFOS
8 1 1I
the lot parcel of land contained % feet frontage @ $ .816 charge of the with half
feet or department
front front foot ebargable thereto per ft front. $159 81. a in Virginia are immense caverns in I To talk of weather and the crops,
the amount per L. C. PO'il"eU-East 38 feet of lots 5 and 7 dozen interested assistants, and provided Willie
and toe total amount to be so specifically as- limestone rock, and sinks are found Young grieves and them I
Mtsed and has filed said assessment roll with ft front 17-$107.01.38 feet frontage at $2.816 per with an axe, a long tarpon line wherever this rock occurs. As lime- all, IS AN IMPROVED CASCt1RA

the WHEREAS Town Council the Town and Council has considered E 68 feet and 4 inches of lots 5 and 7 with a heavy window weight for a stone is the bedrock of Florida, sinksare By his persistenf foolish yawps. A DIGESTIVE
said assessment roll as above described and block ft 17-30 1-3 feet frontage at $2.816 plummet, standard thermometer mud found in many sections throughoutthe .-

aa prepared by said A. F. Harley. Town En. Wm.per Tison front, 8541. cylinders, and bottles fitted with auto- CATHARTIC A.10 LIVER TCKgLAXFos 1l
and examined the same and found the -West 36 feet and 8 inches of lots state. The grave and thoughtful people look
ineer. 5 and 7 block 17-36 2-3 feet frontage Q nuic pressure apparatus for obtain- is not a Secret or Ptte' ..t Medicine
To father -
tame to be correct.NOW $2.816 ft From 50 to 150 or more feet below see take a strip of board,
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY per front $103.26. ing samples of mud and water from but is composed of the following
E. S. Matthews-East 44 feet 2 inches and the sand sandstone and clays of the Or shepherd's crook
TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Starke. ,
THE the ottom and an engineer's transit old-fashioned roots and herbs
west 44 feet :
10 inches lots 6 and 8
that said assessment roll as prepared by said block I "Florida Heights" region is an im- And pound the most annoying chap.
-89 feet frontage @ $2 816 ft and chain, spent a late December dayat
*.. F. Harley Town Engineer, be and the same per CASCARA BARK I
front. $;50.62. mense of Vicksburgian limestone.It .
I* hereby adopted as. the assessment roll of D. E. Knight the plate, exploring it thoroughly, BLUE
Town of Starke; copy of said assessment roll Call -and Commencing Walnut streets at the NW in Starke cornerof and obtaining by observation and is very pervious to water and in But father smiles, as does his spouse;

being made a hereto part attached of this resolution and by express the same reference as if Fla., thence run west on north side of measurement a number of facts a"so- many places is known to be honey- He says, "Our Willie is so gay! RHUBARB ROOT

nid-roll was set out'in full therein.BE beginning Call street thence 149 feet 2 inches to point of cia: d with it of both scientific and combed by caverns, cavities and vari- He is a sunbeam in the house, BLACK ROOT

IT*FURTHER RESOLVED, that this west 16 feet, thence run south north 105 105 feet feet,,thence thence popular interest. ous other characteristics of eroding He surely drives one's cares away!" MAY APPLE ROOT
fix the amount
does hereby
Council as
east 16 feet to> point of beginning being action. In evidence of this, our well SENNALEAVES
lot parcel of land described the ,
chargable to each or For conveniently measuring
in said assessment roll the definite part of lots 6 and 8 blk 17 as per original drillers inform us that in sinking wells '
amount foot front as contained in said plan of Starke Fla.-16 feet frontage per $2.816 per ft front, $45.06. obtained found in the into this rock their drills frequentlymake LAX-FOS the CACARA is improved '
assessment roll hereinabove referred to and R. S. Johns from dead trees They hasten from young Willie'sdoor by
Begin on the SE corner of a I sudden drops, falling at a single the addition of these
basin it launched with digestive ingredients -
made a part of this resolution. lot of Vida V. Morgan formerly owned and was two ,
FURTHER RESOLVED that in by W. T. I drop from a few inches to several making it better than ordinary CASCARA
BE IT or- Dryden on Call street and run of the party aboard, and paddled to And sigh, "How sweet to tak a thong
der to afford the property owners whose property east along the north line of said street feet. ,and thus the combination acts not
is proposed to be assessed, notice of the 52U feet thence North 105 feet thence the middle of the lake. Then the weightwas And swat that kid until he's sore!" only as a stimulating laxative and cathartic
opportunity to file any protest they or any of west 62 U. feet thenee south 105 feet to let go and the line paid out, and Conditions very favorable to sink de- -Walt but also and liver /
Mason. as a digestive tonic.
them may desire to file against the levying of point of belinning-5 feet frontage fil presisons exist therefore in bed-
down and down it went our
finally stop-
the assessment and against the apportionmentof $2.816 per ft front, $147.84 Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAZ-Fos
same amount to different pieces of property Vida V. Morgan-Commencing at the point on ping at the great depth of 349.6 feet. rock, and the great depth of the Win- combines strength with palatable, aromatic -

abutting and fronting said streets ordered to Call street in the Town of Starke where The surface of the water was foundto ter Park sink indicates simply extended Make your letterheads advertise taste and does not gripe or disturb
be improved that a copy of this resolution the SE corner of the lot owned by Mrs. business. Give them individuality
hie each Millie be thirty six feet below the mouthof and deep erosion into this limestonebed. your the stomach. One bottle will prove
shall published once week for two consecutive Day on Call street, thence north
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- along said lot 210 feet to Jefferson street, the sink. So the entire depth from The water flowing into the sink make them distinctive, noticeablenot Lxx-Fos is invaluable for Constipation,

rraph. a newspaper published in the Town of thence east on Jefferson street 72i! feet. the top of the opening to the bottomof nust be carried away by channels worn commonplace. Use good stock Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price 50c. I
Staike.. t 'I thence south 210 feet to Call
street, thenee
Be it further resolved that on the 8th day of I i I west along said Call street 7\2 feet to the water was found to be 385.6 through this limestone, and may appear and have them printed by the Tele- .

May" 1917. 7:30 p. m., the town council willmeet point of beginning-72'i feet frontage & feet, 289 feet below the sea level at again as springs on lower levels, c-- -
to consider any and all objection! that I $2.816 per ft front. 20416.
Bradford Winter Park. There is nothing strik- or in rivers, or even in the ocean. The General
may be filed on or before that date by any County-A lot of land in the Town Insurance
son or persons interested, against any per-j of Starke 127>a feet east and west on : ingly wild or physiographically novel elevation of Winter Park at the At- ssos

ment PROVIDED or assessments said person proposed or persons to be the north north and and south south on the ends east and and 210 west feet' associated with the land basin, but lantic Coast Line station is ninetysixfeet I represent-none but* FIRST ,

who shall be dissatisfied, shall file with the I ,sides. Bounded on the west by lot formerly when one realizes that he is on the above the level of the sea. CLASS companies and will be

Town Clerk before the 8th day of May. 1917. I. owned by W. R. Phillips, now own- '
in writing, stating IIKtiliea1and clearly any* ed by Wm. Sapp. on' the north by lot constantly on the alert to pro-
objection that he desire to againstany formerly owned by Dr. J. M. Women I
may urge Jones anda mote your interests. Guarantee
s-eh apportionment or assessment. street on the east by lot formerly own- the sides of the trench itself, but the I ed with the inevitable deep German

Ad<-"ted in regular session of the Town I ed by Wm. T. Dryden now owned by dead could not rest there. At frequent I dug-outs, but even these had not been courteous treatment to all pa-

Council this Srd day of E.April.S. MATTHEWS.1911. A btreet.L. Von Except Kirn a strip on 50 the feet south wide by off Call the intervals the inevitable skeleton hands immune. There were hundreds of direct Here Is a message to trons. A well written policy by r I

Attest: Chairman. I east side of said above described lot which and feet protruded from the trench hits on top of them, which must suffering women; from a first-class agent in a first-
C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. I IS now hereby expressly reserved and act walls. have made life intensely miserable and Mrs. W. T. Price, of class sometimes
CALL STREET I apart as a public street in the Town of Public. Ky.: "I suffered company
bees the West Cash Line of Sanderson Lane Starke Starke forever. Also a lot in Town of Grim sights this war has had lor the hazardous within. with painful...", much in case of loss by fire.

t. tile West Curb Line cf Cherry Street. ; and west fifty-two and two and hundred one-half and feet east men who passed up and down those Around the famous Butte De War- she writes. "I got down,

J. W.E.Andrews corner of A lot Son formerly-Commencing owned at by the F. D.N north and south. Bounded on the ten north feet! trenches during the long and bitter lencourt, the German trenches have with a weakness in my H. C. RICHARD, Starke

Hollingsworth on Call street and running' and Kelley west, but by lands formerly owned by Sim nights of winter.It entirely disappeared. The entire fury back and limbs...! 1

east on said Call street to lands now own- land formerly now owned streets, on the east by I iof the Somme fighting once swirled felt helpless and discouraged. -
by W. T. Dryden, has been enthralling thing to
ed by J. W. Andrews A Son 75 feet.-thenee an
.. .! had about
now owned by Bonita E. Jones about KNOW IT WELL '
this somewhat
south 105 feet to the NE cor of lands own- south by Call on stand by the British guns in the last I insignificantmound 'Ii
street in of
given hopes ever
ed by M. L. Johns thence west 75 feet to NW& of SWVi, of powdered chalk, just off the up Familiar Features Well Known to
the sec. 28. Tp. 6S, R 22 East, containing 1-4 three or four months and wonder what being well again, whena
SE cor of said lot formerly owned by
F. D. Hollingsworth. thence 105 feet north acre$2.816 more ft or less-130 feet frontage fi was the meaning of all their continuous Bapaume road, which is generally be- friend insisted I Hundreds of Starke Citizens. .
per front, $366.08. __
S to place of beginning in what is known roar. There was no set battle in lieved to have been a prehistoric tomb. -0<
U the Cooksey addition to the Town of A familiar burden in many a home,
Starke 75 feet frontage @ $2 8l6 ft progress, and the gunners said it was The Butte now marks the death- TakeCARDUI
per GRUESOME SIGHTS ENCOUNTERED The burden of a "bad lack.; i j jA
front 1211.20. merely the "daily hate" going on, to place, not only of one supposedly dis-
J. W. Andrew and J. W. :Andrews, Jr.- IN ABANDONED TRENCHES.Now keep Fritz unhappy. The hideous rev- tinguished prehistoric man, but thou- lame, a weak or an achiug back
Lots five and six in what is known aa
Often tells of kidney ills.Doan's .
Cooksey addition to the Town of Starke, elations of the German trenches, how- sands of young warriors. you : f
beginning af the SW cor of Call and Court the to Kidney Illls are fer weak
gives answer
ever, gruesome The Somme battlefields today '
street, thence running West along the that the desperate episodes in appear kidneys.
South side of said Call street 100 feet the war-known in history as the bat- what the guns were doing. In some like some great refuse dump. Litteris
thence south 105 feet thence east and tles of the Somme have places there were veritable mangled strewn everywhere. The evacuated Here is good testimony to prove it: ;
parallel with Mid Call street 100 feet to been definitely of what human be- J. T. Shaw, farmer, R. F. D. No. 6, 1
masses once
Court street, thence north along the west ended by the German retreat from German back areas remind one strik-
Box No. 54 Gainesville
side of said Court street 105 feet to pointof ingly of the scenes around a deserted Fla. says: :
Arras to the Aisne it has been The Woman's Tonic
pos- ings.Neither "I have to be feet
-100 ft front @ $2.818 per on my a great part j
ft front $281.60. sible more leisurely to investigate the by day nor by night had the mining camp in which the gold veins .
of the time and I think that is the
I. K. Davis-In the Town of Starke at corner conditions which existed along the Germans rested. Their trusted barb- have given out. irii
I CarduL In
of Call street and Court street a lot began direct cause of my kidneys becoming
fronting 26 1-4 feet on Call street and German front just prior to the back- ed wire, in which they always placed II II a short while I saw a disordered. I first noticed pains in

OVi feet on Court street Said lot being ward swing to the so-called Hinden- such 'great reliance had been swept marked difference. ..
la NW tot of lot now owned by said C burg line. completely away over thousands of I grew stronger right my back, which bothered me when I .
L. Peek, between Call and Madison Itree"I --- The
-% 1.4 foot frontage @ $2.816 per ft When the retreat first began, more yards, and they dared not venture out <8> Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. 0 along, and it cured me. stooped over. kidney secretionswere

A. V.front. $7S.92. I than a month ago, the British swept to repair it. December 31, 1916. Trains wi110 I am stouter' than "I irregular in passage. Doan'sKidney
Long-Beginning at a point on the have been in years. Pills brought me quick relief.
south side of Call street 86 1-4 feet east over some old Somme positions held by All trace of communication trenches <$> run as follows: 9
If suffer
you you can The pains in back left end the
of corner of Call and Court streets said the Germans, and even the most hur- leading to the front lines were wip- 9 A what it my
Point being 10 feet east of lot now owned <> Jacksonville 0 appreciate kidney action became regular."
by J. R. Davis and thence east on : ried glimpses of the evacuated trenches ed out, and it had been necessary to to Tampa. means to be strong and .
run <> No. 3_________ __ 0 Price 50 cents at all dealer Don'tsimply
Call street 30 1-S feet thence south at indicated how untenable they had bring up supplies and relief at night __ __10:40 a. m. well Thousands of wo- .

right angles to Call street 52% feet thence become, and why it was decided to run over a country blown to endless shell No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. 0 men give Cardul the ask for a kidney rem(' -get
west parallel with Call street 30 1-S feet <8> No. 15 "Floridian"____ 2:52 m. Doan's Kidney Pills-the that
p. for their same
thence northerly to said point of beginning no risks of another allied offensive in holes, many of which were filled to O credit good

-SO 1-S feet frontage @ $2.816 per ft this sector. such an extent with water that men health. It should help Mr. Shaw had. Foster-Milbcrn Co., .
front, $85.41. A Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 0 you. Try CarduL At all Props. Buffalo N. Y. i
in them. White bits of
e. L. Peek-Beginning at a point on the south Five miles of slogging along the were drowned 0 No. 21______________ 4:56 p. m. 0 druggists. E-73 .
tide of Call street 179 feet.east of the SE old German lines in the vicinity of Ba- broad tape could be seen here and 0 0 .

corner west along of Call the and south Court side streets of Call thence street paume revealed a picture of ghastliness there attached to iron posts. These Tampa to Jacksonville. 0 r.

17J feet to Court street thence south along which may never be seen again in were. for the purpose of guiding men 0 No. 4_______________ 3:37 p. m. 0 COFFINS -- CASKETS J

the east side of Court street to Madison this or any other war. The front line up to the front line. 0 No. 2_______________ 5:20 a. m. 9 And a full line of '
street, thence less
Jong the north east side of Madison more street or to was a long, open, dilapidated, crumb- These pathways over the fields of 9 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. 0

dividing fence, thenee northerly: along lying grave, which disappeared: in the death also were strewn with frag- 0 0 FREE OF CHARGE. Undertakers' Supplies
fence line to place of beginning, save andexcept 0 Cedar to Jacksonville. 9 Any adult suffering from cough, coldor
mud at times, but could be picked up ments of human bodies. Some of the Key Always on hand. The bear ser
lands held
conveyed and now by 9 No. 20_____ _____ __ 9:27 9 bronchitis, is invited to call at the
1. R. Davis and A. V Long-122.42 feet further on by means of bodies that dead had the looks of mummies. One a. m. vice at the lowest prices. Special
frontage tl $2.816 per ft front.$344.73. marked the of the fallen soldiers had his right 0 0 drug store of C. P. Cason, Starke, and
Wbe Alvarei-All the fractional part of the way. 3 Starke and Wannee. 0 get absolutely freely a sample bottleof attention to telegraph orders.
west half of lots one and three in block One realized with a shudder how the arm thrown over his rifle as if his last 0 0 ;.*
(Daily Except Sunday) Boschee's
German sooth-
eighteen as per map or plat of the Townof men doomed to live in these trencheshad impulse was to protect this weaponof Syrup, a Embalm
0 No. 0 Registered
101 Leaves Starke 6:45
Starke. Commencing at a point thirty a. m. ing and healing remedy for all lung
feet been plagued by their own dead. defense. But there was no defense i
from the northwest comer of a cer- No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. troubles which has successful recordof
tain brick buliding now owned by J. M. Al- Such a ceremony as a decent burial against the constant shelling. Some a DeWITT C. JONES

Cares on Call street running west of south had been wholly out of the questionand pieces of metal thrown about by the 9 T. J. GRIFFIN 0 fifty years. Gives the patient a
one hundred five feet to lot of W. H good night's rest free from coughing, Suc'sr to G. C. Livingstor. 4t Co
there of conveyingthe high explosive shells must have hada 0 0
ivera thence west twenty-three feet to was no means Agent. I
lot: of C. L. Peek thence along the line bodies to the rear. It had been weight of at least ten pounds; the 0 0 with free expectoration in the morn- Starke, Fla.t.IP. .
dividing said lot from lot of C. L. Peek toCall I ing. .
street thence east along said street like passing through a fiery rain from result of hitting a man with a ten- 000A9090090000000Wbeaever Regular sizes. 25 and 75 cents. For I --

forty-five feet to point of beginning-15 Hades to bring up food and water to pound bullet can easily be imagined.At .
frontaite ft $126 You Need a General Tools sale by all dealers In civilized coun- I
;Z2.: @ $2.816 per front the living. one point in the trenches was Take Grove' tries. S0p

I. B, Fntch-SO feet off the east end of theest So the dead had simply been tossed j'just the lower half of a German officer -
Old Standard Tasteless
half of lots 1 and 3 of block 18 uper out of the trenches, only to be blown identified by the boots and leggings The Grove's
the chill Tonic is valuable
original!: survey and plat of the equally as ft
Town of Starke-30 feet frontage @ $?.- back again by an exploding shell. I he wore. His legs were crossed General Tonic because it contains the Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe .
JH Per ft front. $84.48. back in frag- j tailor fashion. Trench helmets of
I, M. Sometimes they came well known tonic properties QUINTNBand 8.ok..1L..Ise;. Duplicated j
Alvarn-Wt'6t feet of the east Old SUadtrd general strengthening tonic -4
S7 3-10
M &10 feet of lots 1 and S, block 18- ments, for there were arms, legs, feet: (' heavy steel had great holes torn in IRON. It act on the Liver, Drives CllOV 'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives on I I Sam Day ts Rtcitvcd 1 tviii

a1 J-10 fret frontage at $2.816 per foot and hands everywhere. them. out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Kalartaem'khe.the blood,and builds op the iys- Spc tat on fal Orders-Wc lily F'--.stat

l. D front $105.04. Occasionally graves.had been dug In i The front line, of course, was seam- Builds op the Whole System V cents 1.-.. Atrtttonlc. For CAnltS.adahirtrea. see r uo w. romym 1'1 \
and P. L. Gaskins-East 46 Vi feet of -
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With each purchase during his- !

Ran Exhibi It 1 n o FREE5CI hibit we will give free a beautify

ge of ALUMINUM WARE. It costs jv note

Of the famous South Bend Malleable. Always preferable. Starting ing. A set of this ware IS now on exhlbIt'in; InY

Wednesday, April 4th and doing Tuesday, April 10th. _show window. : .


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 HARDWARE

Malleable. .. _,
the HOBBLE-SKIRT bottle will be
f "BLUDWI E" in served ICE
RANGE DEMONSTRATOR from the factory will be here r _
A Special
COLD during the Exhibit. We want you to try it. )
here for one week only. You will find him interesting. tz -

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broke into the all modern conveniesces
a even "Sing Baby Cole, city ?
I I Messrs. L. A. Brown, J. M. Shaw, G. for the entertainment for Friday suits (' !
will be charged Pressing Club and took two new Mr. and Mrs. H. JI} Stewart
A small admission -
W. and A. A. Hazen were transacting ing.
discovered'early A. Duncan and
and everybody is invited to go. of clothes. It was Irs" A. C. StoSu!
in the site Monday af
county I r Friday morning and the marshal was .were visitors to Stance Tuegi,. '
ternoon. notified. By ten o'clock the negro was Mr. C. F. RiversVtored
Mr. John Shriver and son, J. L. LAKE BUTLER.Mrs. orals .
and the clothes
caught and locked up Hampton Sunday tOol visit relatDta
s County News Items motored attend to to Starke business.Mr. Tuesday. afternoonto returned to the club. Sheriff Epperson : Mr. P. M. Padgetj: was a ,
left for immediately came over and carried visitor to Starke Mu day.
Priester Sunday :
H. F.
J. M. Shaw and family left on -
Starke. He is charged Mr. Schell Carve -
her Sing Baby to who hi
Ojus, Fla, where she went to see u,
for Ga., they
Tuesday Dupont .
and lar- ?
with breaking and entering attending school Macon
who has been ini
Iftttmtinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our will reside in the future.Dr. brother, Willie Comas, Gay
:Mrs.: course -as pharaJSand
time. Her sisters, ceny. a
sick for some
Correspondents. John Bishop, of Gainesville, was
4 : Regular Leslie Bell and Juanita Comas, of Everyone was to hear of Ury Spires is spending a iw days yu
in Brooker professional
Tuesday on
business. Florahome, are staying here during [who lives near here, being acidentlly parents here before'entering his *
The lad fession. |
.shot last Sunday'morning.
her absence.Mr.
fifth Sunday
Instead of having a"* R. E. Dell and Dr. S. D. Carver !'is about eighteen years old, and was Mr. W. S. Pret-iijous and & &
Mr. Parker and Mr. Arthur meeting at both the Brooker and
LONG BRIDGE. I' elected delegates to attend the in his room dressing for charch. In Loach, of Statesbori Ga., are
were as 1'sitII
afternoon in churches
Saturday Dedan was plan-
Baptist as I
Berry spent '
I I convention of the Modern the room with him was little Carl here this week. .
churches have to county
Lake Butler. ned, the two agreed
.. in Starke Crawford, who was playing with a pistol Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
of America, held Hopa rd
j Mrs. T. E. Waldrup, of Lake Butler, Mr. C. Linnon was a business visitor unite and have a "union" meeting to I.( ,
and in doing accidentally pulledthe Starke, were the peasant
4th. Mr. Brady Bryan was Yisitars"
was in our community last Wednesday to Jacksonville last Monday.Mr. convene with the Brooker church com- on April
S trigger. Mr. Spires happened to the latter's brother, Mr. A.
I in behalf of the club girls. E. R. Poppell, of Starke, spent mencing on Friday, the 27th inst. and 1 elected 'alternate. G.
'! Mr. Percy Kelley, of near Brooker, last Wednesday in New River.HAMPTON. continuing three days, 27, 28 and 29, Miss Mamie Christi, of Valdosta, be in the line of fire and the bullet Sunday. ,:.
Ga. is this week pleasantly entered his stomach. Doctors King
; attended Sunday school at this place respectively. spending very
Proctor. and Maines were rushed to the scene
with Miss Marshal LITTLE SPRINGS
i : Sunday. Everybody invited to attend this :i,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Drake and meeting and the members of both j:I Mr. L. F. Christie, of Jacksonville, and made an investigation of the -
i *MH B with relatives here. wound. The wound proving to be a
visited Mrs. Sunday
Raiford spent
children, of churches are urged to do their part toward -
Drake's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Chas. F. Rivers, of Lake Butler, entertaining the visitors. Misses Irene Edwards, Marshal serious one, he was placed on the afternoon The fanners of thr Worthingtal
+ Merritt Sunday. spent Sunday here, the guest of )Ir. There will be an Easter celebrationat Proctor and Mamie Christie spent train for Jacksonville and car- Little Springs section were &rtIJr! !
Miss Mary Moore, of Starke, visited and Mrs. W. S. Futch.I the Free Will Baptist church Sun- Thursday at Worthington Springs. ried to a hospital. An operation was encouraged by the heavy ram"came Qij
her sister, Mrs. C. A. Johns, Saturday I I G. Seals left Saturday morning day, 8th inst. Services will begin at Miss Maud Powell visited her cousin made and it was found that the bullet a short while; ago and also! h,
Miss Hoffman, in Starke Sunday. had pierced the intestines in nine pla- !Ithe warm weather which followed
and Sunday. j for Tallahassee to attend the present 10 a. m. promptly. Everybody invitedto
Miss Carrie Turner is visiting her 'I session of the stare legislature.Prof. attend. Mr. R. J. Andrews is making some ces, but he stood the operation successfully The unveiling of ,the monument
I brother in Starke this week. I R. A. Green, who has just clos- great improvements over the road and the latest report is that one of the Worthington members,I.
i Messrs. M. H. Moody and R. F. Mer- ed a very successful term as principalof from here to Providence, and we sin- he is getting along as .well as couldbe 0. W., Mr. Henry I'.ukes, who is"t hi.
ritt were business visitors to Lake the high school here, has been elect- LAWTEY. cerely hope this good work on the expected. His many friends wish ied pt the New Hope cemetery, i.
; Butler Saturday. ed by a handsome majority to the posi- roads around here will keep up, as him a speedy recovery. postponed on account of the rain&!
i i Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, !tion of chief clerk of the house of rep- Presiding Elder J. C. Jenkins, of the there are plenty of roads arqund this Messrs. Ray Wilson and Brady later date is not k;own' at the .
was a professional caller in our community resentatives. He had applied for the 'acksonv'.l; diatric of the Methodist section that need attention. Bryan were visitors to Starke Sunday. ent time. \ .
1 :I Saturday afternoon. I position of Assistant Chief Clerk,-fcut church, south conference, preached at Mrs. H. K. Roberts and little daughter Mrs. T. E. Waldrup and daughter, Miss :Mertie: Larger: of PembrQ ,
; Don't forget Sunday school at the his ability had been more fully recognized -I the town hall last Saturday evening Isola, spent Sunday very pleas- Grace, were visitors in Starke last Ga., is visiting frierds; and relativefi
t Long Bridge school house next Sunday I I than he had anticipated. "Lex"I and Sunday antly with her grandmother, Mrs. S. week. and arourd here. :,
I afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A special i I one of Bradford's most choice young Deputy L.morning.L. Sapp received a tele- H. Richard. Mr. Silas Johns and W. B. Alexan- lion. R. J. Andrews, the conty tot.
pr1)gramill be rendered, after which I'gram from Palatka giving him the description Mr. T. P. Register spent Mondayin der, of Hampton, were business visi- misisoner and his able worker tiisa-
I there will be an Easter egg hunt. Everybody men.Dr.. W. E. Middleton was a business of a negro, who, was wantedat Jacksonville on business. tors here Monday.Mr. ber of the county prisoners, have pt
cordially invited to attend. {visitor to Gainesville Monday.G. Johnston, near Palatka, for stealing Miss Sarah Rivers left Sunday for L. A. Duncan's handsome home finished a piece of wood work M .de,

I Everybody invited to attend to literary W. Hinson was looking after business and killing a cow. Sunday morning Middleburg, where she will spend several is now completed, and the material is road between Wonjiington-and) b" !
f society every Saturday night, interests in Starke Monday. a negro answering to the description days with relatives and friends. I Ion the ground for a $15,000 hotel. This Butler. I f

beginning at 7:30. A very interesting 1 H. B. Weest met with the county wired, got off the morning ex- Last Thursday night a negro named 1 magnificent hotel will be equipped with Trespass cards fot sale at this albs\ff
program is being prepared. Everybody I commissioners at Gainesville Wednes- |press. Deputy Sapp was on the look- f
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come. day.Mr. |lout for him and on questioning him, I :, "
and Mrs. Victor Allen left on 'he was soon satisfied that he had the
; PALESTINE. Tuesday evening for Cuba, Ala. where i right man. He arrested him. after j
I Allen will spend the spring looking after -i!which the negro confessed that he was
f the interest of some of the extensive -',the one wanted. He was taken to the i
Mr. N. H. Hurst made a business berry growers.R. [county jail at Starke, to await the of-I j I Vaccination Campaign i
trip to Lake Butler Saturday. B. King, postmaster at Theressa, i ficers from Putnam county to come for :]
Misses Bessie Ina Welthy, Rebecca
was a business visitor here Tuesday. him.
and Eliza Brannen attended the singat I J. D. Studstill has opened an up-to- ( Dr. U. G. Turner spent Sunday at I J
Cypress Grove Saturday. I date blacksmith and repair shop at : Gainesville with his family. I 9
I Mr. Harvey and his sister, Miss Elizabeth 'the old stand near the depot."Hampton" ) Mrs. A. W. Biddle and daughter

; Blalock, spent Sunday. at the went fishing Wednesday. i I Mrs. Mayo, of Decatur, 111., were the I It Has Closed :
; home of Mr. N. H. Hurst's.Mrs. Results unmentionable. t guests for several days last week at
W. P. Hikell spent Sunday af- ;i Rev. H. E. Hidenour, of Gainesville, the home of Mrs. E. D. Sayles. I
ternoon with Mrs. N. H. Hurst. 'will fill his regular apopintments at I
I I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bradley, of I
Miss Eliza Brannen spent Saturday I the Baptist church here Saturday and Starke were guests Sunday at the
with Miss Welthy and Rebecca: I II
night I j Sunday. i home of Mr. John L. Stalsby. I Ii
., Brannen. j Prof. J. L. Scotten was transacting i, Mr. J. C. Robinson, of Starke, a representative j i I .
Mr. Daniel Wiggings spent Satur- ,business in Starke Wednesday. j of the Bradford County .Messrs W. H. Embry and Herman Morris, representatives of the l Irter>State ..
day night with his sister, Miss Sarah .
Regular convention of the Woodmen .
Alford. juf I" the World this evening at the Masonic |Telegraph in Lawtey, last was Saturday.transacting business Vaccine Company, of Kansas City, Mo., have been ordered to other fields, going .

Misses Iva and Altie Alford, of near I hall. Mr. Mathew Bohannan, formerly of.i from here to Ocala. This closes the demonstration campaign inauguratedsome
with their
spent Saturday night
Sapp The ladies of the W. C. T. U. have Lawtey, but now of Bowling Green j
brother, Mr. William Alford. decided to postpone the reception was visiting relatives and shaking )II weeks ago by the Bank of Starke. '
A large crowd of young folks gathered :which had been planned for this week, hands with his friends in and ,
A. Brannen at the home Saturday of Mr.night and and Mrs.enjoyed II.- |will owing be-sickness announced in later.town. The date (I near Mr.Lawtey Thos. several E. Adams days of last visitor week. (i The Bank has made arrangements with the Company to keep 4n hand a
I was i
a sing. Extensive improvements have been to-Middleburg last Sunday. I supply of virus and serum to be sold at factory cost. Those who v ish to do ;
We are sorry to report little Pensie made at the of the Water "
Hurst on the sick list this week. Works, and the service has City been ex- Starke Deputy last L.Sunday.Sapp was a visitor to', their own vaccinating may call .at the Bank and secure serum and virus; in such :

Mrs. W. S. Crews is on the sick list ,tended to some of the business houses Mr. Green Teston and family spent j' quantity as will supply their needs, and we will order vaccinating instrument! :
this week. She has been sick for some
time. She went to Lake City for I were taking city water. town.Sunday with relatives in and near our for them at first cost, the cost of the outfit being $5 at this time. Both the .

{. treatment recover. and we trust she will soon BROOKER.I Justice B. D. KE'IIeof' Raiford. was i serum and virus and the instruments must now be paid for on delivery, the .,

.'r )!r',and Mrs. W. 0. Hodges and little Saturday.transacting business in Lawtey last > plan of taking notes having ended with the closing of the vaccination camp. .
Mae Lake Butler I i
; daughter, near -
were visitors in Palestine Sunday. I T. B. Pinholster attended the Anyone having news will please call aign. } '
Mr. Cleanie Alford, of near Sapp, j meeting of the county board of public phone 40 Tuesday evening of each'
instruction in the county site Monday. ek. Thanks. -
;; spent Mr. Lewis Saturday Alford.night with his brother, Miss Viola Roberts, of LaCrosse, wt District Superintendent Martin, of Persons who prefer to employ some one to do their vaccinating I will find

spent several days this week in this Jacksonville district, will preach at that W. H. H. Whisler _and T. N. Kendrick, of Starke, are capable f peraton ;.
place, the guest of her cousin. :Miss: Grace church on the evening of April -: : -
; NEW RIVER. Mary Collins. 10th and llth. next Tuesday and Wed- ( and may arrange with either of them for the service. There are ;lout tlesa

Miss Mayme Pinholster spent last nesday. On Wednesday evening the other throughout the who
I county are capable of the and
week with her sister, Mrs. L. A. Wynn, first quarterly conference will be held doing work, .
J .... Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker were ,near Hampton, returning Sunday af i immediately after the preaching ser- j it will be a matter entirely with the farmer as to whether he does his own vaccinating '
business visitors to Starke last Fri- ternoon. \'lces.
tlaw.Mr. j The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mrs. Emily D. Sayles is. spending +I or employs some one of these persons to do it for him. The Bank!

. S. N. Hurst spent last Saturday M. Hazen died early last Friday morn- .a few days this week \\th'frie-.ds in'j'I II part is to see that those who wish to immune their hogs against chblera are
in Jacksonville.Mr. ling and was buried at the New Hope Jacksonville. .
and Mrs. P. M. Padgett and +cemetery Friday afternoon. It was j'' Mr. Henry Futch was a visitor to I supplied at the least possible cost with the serum virus. :

: children, of Lake Butlers were visiting I'ten weeks old, and had never been j'Starke Sunday. I t .

New River Sunday afternoon.Mr. j strong, having had measles shortly ?!- .'I I Mr. H. D. Randall was transacting It is of first importance that serum and virus be kept cool. We have made .
':; and Mrs. Jesse Byrd, of Graham ter llrth. Mr. and Mrs. Hazer have business in Jacksonville Tuesday. :
spent Saturday and Sunday in 1 the sympathy of the entire community. 'I Mr.. J. R. Skinner returned to his Ii arrangements for cold storage of the stock kept on hand and persons coming

f New River I Quite a number of Brooker folks attended !j home in Fairfax, Va., last week, after j for it must supply themselves with for
arrangements it intuit
f Mr. T. J. Andrews Raiford. was the thirty-first anniversary cf {I spending several weeks here at the preserring
" a business visitor here last Tuesday. \1 the BaPtist.Sunda) school at LaCrpsse home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall.I I used A small piece of ice in a box filled with sawdust will answer this

.. Mr. B. T. Renfroe and daughter, ''last Sunday. i i I Mr. H. C. Peace was a business visitor I No shipments of serum virus will be purpose
Miss Pearl were shopping in Starke :' The children of }Ir. and Mrs. J..D. to Highland Monday.Mr. made by the Bank as delay in transit

.:.; last Saturday. [Baxter surprised them last Saturday James Shepard and son, Charles 1 without proper refrigeration might cause spoilage.
Mr. B. J. Sapp was transacting business [with a celebration of their twenty-fifth were visitors to Plant City and Tampa ,
in Jacksonville last Monday Iv.edding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. last Sunday.A I
'; Miss Louamanda Pinholster, of Baxter went to church services Satur- son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe "
1 Brooker, spent last Saturday and Sunday lay morning and on their return founda Starling last Friday morning.
: with Miss Irma Andrews. number of relatives present a table Mrs. James Goodfellow returned to
Mr. Nathan Moore and daughter, ;loaded with all kinds of :
" 'I good "eats, Lawtey last week, after spending several Bank of
Miss Mary, of Starke, attended the de- and plenty of ice cream. Only a few months at Fort Myers.Mr. Starke a
, ating society at Long Bridge last Sat- near relatives were invited to the L. H. Hill was attending to business .a
urday night. feast. in Starke Tuesday.The .
; Mrs. MtrfcCason, of Williston. Fla., Messrs. G. B. Colson. Wallace Crews strawberry movement was fair- ,.;
I t-fent last week here visiting relatives John Clemons A. B. Surrency and L. ly good the first part of the week. Four i J
t I'-d friends. Morgan had business in Starke Mon refrigerator cars of 175 bushels each, j
:, ( Rev. J. B. Crews preached a very in- day.Mr. besides about 100 crates by open ex-t I Starke Fla.
' :, resting sermon last Sunday morning H. R. Brown attended businessin press. The price paid at the platform I i H .
rt the New Him ilasonic Hall. Alachua and LaCrosse Monday. was $5.50 to $6.00. I .
t ; Mrs. Emma Wireberle, of Lake Postmaster T. R. Collins and son, Great preparations are being made .
:,, a Butler, is visiting relatives and friends T. J., motored to Starke Tuesday to by a committee of the Woman's Club
l.ere this week. attend to business. practicing the children and older ones _

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