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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 13, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1917. NUMBER 41.

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: AUSTRIA .BREAKS WITH-AMERIcA; ,CATTLE SHIPPED-FROM STARKE I. NEGRO CUTTING AFFRAY j &ERMANGIINBOAT BLOWN UP BY i I .

Frank Morgan Sells 19 Head to Jacksonville Man and Woman Arrested for AssaultTo


DECLARATION OF WAR EXPEQED I It" -Man. Murder. CREW WHEN ASKED TO SURRENDER itil r

Wednesday morning Frank Morgan Saturday night Night Marshal Ed.
drove into the pen at the depot nine- Burnsed learned that a serious cutting
teen head of cattle, sold to Mr. Sum- affray had taken place at "Reno," or -
,. Under Pressure of Germany, OPPOSED TO TAX INCREASE. mers, of Jacksonville, and to be load- old Thomasville suburb, and that Simon RUNAWAY BOY. Two Warrant Officers and Five f}

Diplomatic Relations Havei' ed on a car and shipped the same day. Jones, a negro, had cut Cliff Mc- I I Enlisted Men on German
Editor Telegraph-I am opposed to The cattle were all in good condition, Neal, another negro, in the neck, the II I Wednesday Chief Kite found a fin
Been Severed. any measures that would tend at this it for butchering.Mr. wound being serious. Mr. Burnsed I strange boy, about 13 years old, wan- Vessel Are Killed.

time to increase taxation on the citi- Summers, who is an experiencedcattle immediately notified Deputy SheriffM. dering about town in an aimless man- I r I'

ALL AUSTRIAN SHIPS IN U. zeof the county. I believe in a bet- man, insisted that for the sake Cameron, and Mr. Cameron notified ner. Upon inquiry,the boy said his WAS : .
ter ((|:laltoation of taxes and a reduc- of peace during transit the horns must Sheriff W. J. Epperson of the occur- name was Morrow, that he was an or- CHASED INTO SUAM ,

S. HAVE BEEN TAKEN OVER tion of the millage. I believe! the man be sawed off the five or six bulls in rence and all three officers went off phan, lived at Jacksonville and had an BY JAPANESE WARSHIPS ;
of large possessions should pay taxis the lot. This was accomplished by in quest of Simon Jones. The chase aunt of the same name living at j <|
BREAK WITH THAT COUNTRY on all of his holdings the same as the lassoing each bull with a stout rope. went on all night but not before Sun- I Hampton. Mr. Kite thought the boy t.
man of limited means.I The work was not done as quickly as day morning about 9 o'clock was the had run away from home. Sheriff Ep THIRTY OFFICERS AND 320 MEN

LONG RECOGNIZED. AS INEVI- do not believe it prudent to divide a Western cow boy would have doneit criminal apprehended.Jones person and Deputy Cameron were go- ARE TAKEN PRISONERSHASBEEN

TABLE-SWEDEN TAKES OVER the public road working force. This but after several trials each bull was found fast asleep in a ing to Hampton by automobile and INTERNED AT GUAM_
was caught, the passed throughthe they offered to take the boy along to --- -
HERINTERESTSINU.ONE.sHIP'SEIZED would tend tp reatly increase the an- rope shanty near Powell's still, and with
nual expenditures of our county, and fence, and the spectators outside him was the woman, Gladys Wesley, his aunt. SOON. AFTER DECLARATION OF
AT TAMPA. this would of necessity increase taxa- pulled the animal by main force up toa Gladys is accused of holding her footon But no Mrs. Morrow could be foundor WAR BETWEEN JAPAN J AND

tion. I believe it best to maintain a post, where his head was held tight the neck of McNeal while he was heard of, and the boy confessed he GERMANY. i

WASHINGTON 9.-Austria- reasonable force on the roads as muchas while Mr. Morgan sawed off part of .lying on the floor, so that Jones could had told an untruth. r
under the, April of Ger- we can without increasing taxes. the horns. After a bull was let loose 'kill him. Several o her negroes were He was again given in charge of t,
Hungary, has, severed diplomatic pressure relations And if the taxpayers become desirousof he was glad to get away without any I present and begged for McNeal's life, Chief Kite, and he then told him he WASHINGTON, April ;7.-The interned -

,many with the United States. Baron Erick better roads let them vote a special arguments, while tiny jets of blood but Jones and his paramour had decided had relatives at Quitman, Ga. Mayor German gunboat Comorant at

Zwiedenick, charge d'affairs of the I road tax for this specific purpose. This squirted from his wounded horns. to kill him and would have doneso Joe Hill Williams wrote to Quitmanto Guam has been blown up. '

Austro-Hungary embassy called at would be better, I think than for the had then not been torn away by find out. The destruction of the Ccmorant took '
the state department today and asked board of county commissioners to force ROOSEVELT WANTS TO GO WITH main force. They were both arrestedand The boy now states that he has no place at 8 o'clock last right, Washing.

for passports for himself and the em- them to pay a heavier tax for road AN ARMY TO FRANCE. lodged in the county jail. relatives living, and that his name is ton time.
purposes. % Young. Mr. Kite is in a quandary The Comorant refusal! to surrender
bassy staff. Almost.at the same timea McNeal's wounds are not dangerous, I
WASHINGTON, April 10.-Begin- the knife had about what to do with his charge. The .to the American forces, which wentto
dispatch was received from American Respectfully! yours, as not severed any artery :
minister Stovall at Berne, sayingthe J. J. BLACKWELDER, I[ning with a half-hour conference with but deep and painful. boy seems to be bright, but truthfulness take possession of her and was destroyed -
President Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt is, apparently, not among his vir I by her crew. Two German
had
dual,monarchy broken off diplomatic -
County Com. Dist. No. 1,
tues.
relations with the United I today inaugurated a personal cam- BLIND TIGER CASE. warrant officers and five enlisted men
States at Vienna yesterday.By a. ', paign, which is destined to send the .of the crew weVe killed in the explo-

pre-arrangement Spain will takeover GERMANS LOSE and American himself flag, at and the American earliest possible soldiers A couple of weeks-ago D. C. Chase, BRADFORD REPRESENTATIVES- I I sion.Twenty officers, twehe Warrant officers -'
the diplomatic and other departments F
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i t moment, upc.i the Allies' fighting line who keeps a store on Ninth street, was and 320 enlisted men were taken
in Austria-Hungary for the in France. arrested on the charge of illegally: sell- prisoners. ;

United States. The Austrian charge HEAYILYINMEN The Ex-President had calls today ing whiskey and he was tried before Internment of the Cormorant at
asked for his passports. No similar Mayor Williams Monday. He pleadednot Guam has
from many officials, dignitaries and been the causeof, continual
,
action has been taken Bulgaria and .
by foreign representatives, and membersof guilty to the charge but'actual and : conflict and disagreeable incidents between -
Turkey, Germany's other allies, but it the senate and house military circumstantial evidence was considered the American naval officers in
AND com- ARE ,
is believed they will follow break- MATERIALS KEPT BUSY
by mittees. He made it clear that he strong enough against him, and he charge of the island and the Germancrew.
ing relations soon. .
was adjudged guilty. .
was heartily supporting President Wil- ,
Austria's break with the United son's war plans, also the principle of Mr. Chase was not satisfied with the 01 several casions former German
States undoubtedly is the prelude to universal training and said he was verdict, still declaring himself inno- APPOINTEDON Ambassadur Bcrnstorff appealed to the' t
GERMANS IN RETREAT LOSE EACH MEMBER
a declaration of a state of war. anxious to place himself as well as the cent, and through his attorney, E. M. state department on behalf of the Cor-
Austria-Hungary has asked Swedento VIMY RIDGE TO CANADIANS divisions he advocates raising, under Johns, Esq., made motion for a new SEVERAL COMMITTEES morant's officers and crew to have the
take over her interests in the Unit- the command of any army-officer the trial Wednesday. The motion, madeon vessel transferred to San Francisco.
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ed States. government puts in charge of an expeditionary the ground that "verdict was not Each time the navy department refus-
LEAVES GERMANS IN BAD FIX- LEGISLATURE HARD AT WORK
Anti-American propaganda carriedon force, to be sent abroad. I supported by evidence," was granted. ed.The
by Austrian agents under German ALLIES IN POSITION TO HA- AT TilE MAKING AND UNMAKING Cormorant was chase I into Guam

direction has been no less offensive and RASS GERMAN RETREAT. OF LAWS. by Japanese warships: son after the
scarcely less effective than the German declaration of war bftnesji Japan and
action; A clean break with Austriawas GERMAN ACT1VITY IN BRADFORD I Germany. The ship had c hausted her

some time ago recognized as inev- LONDON, April 10.-The British I The state legislature is busy grind- fuel supply raiding comm/rce and was 1
itable. It was regarded as possible, offensive between Lens and St. Quen- ing out grist in the way of more or less compelled to burn her woiHwork structure V

however, that there might not be the tin, which the spring operations has It had been reported to Sheriff Ep that Germany would whip this necessary laws. Owing to the fact thatno to make steam under which she
same efforts by the forces of the two opened, remains the most important negroes journals of the senate and house reached that port.
that
governments, unless Germany carry- movement of the war, according to of- person in the German sympathizerswere country; that the negroes should refuse proceedings are printed at this sessionat
ing further her domination of'the Vi- ficial statements. Sir Douglass Haig I trying to neighborhood stir the of Hampton to fight against them; that after ( least we have not received any), + + t + + + + + + + + i + + + + +

enna government, should force it. today reports the capture of 9,000 men the whites. Mr.up negroes and the war the negroes should enjoy social we are not able to keep track of the + ;1 +
The United States by theb reak in while 40 guns fell into their hands. 'against Deputy Cameron went there Epperson Wednes- equality and other advantagesthey work, but after the adjournment of the i,+ BE ON'YOUR GlURD.; + i ix
relations is the of Canadians who had of the hard- + +
relieved ,
of
care one have. legislature the Telegraph will, as informer -----
I day to investigate. They found the did not now I i
probably 2,000,000 war prisoners. est bits of front to contend with, are (trouble makers but learned that The negroes had not displayed any years, mail to each voter ofj I:+ This is war time. H'e have to +
Officials here deeply regretting the in complete occupation-6f the famous gone the + deal with insidious > It be- +
they had addressed crowd of colored enthusiasm over the promises given I county the laws as passed. i an $ e.
necessity which has driven Austria to Vimy ridge, even its eastern slopes people at a church a near the Pollard them. Another meeting will soon be ; The usual number of bills on every I,+ hooves e'erx.man constitute +
the step she has taken are nevertheless having been cleared of Germans. The still, between Hampton and Theressa, held and the officers will be presentand conceivable subject has been introduc-I 1+ himself a home guard To keep an +
gratified at the way it has come Canadians have repulsed German Saturday night. They had told the arrest the propagandists. ed, and many of these + eye on his own and. ai far as he +
about and that the United States was counter-attacks. Inactions by the Ger- outright. According to the statementof ;+ can his neighbor's property. Let +

not responsible for it. mans indicate the importance they attach --. --- ---- ------- Representative Marion B. Jenningsof + strangers who enter Nur neigh- +
A total of eleven Austrian ships in to the ridge, from where the con- Jacksonville he proposes to becomethe + borhood or premises give a satis- +
ports of the United States have been querers look down over the plain ofI PROHIBITIONAMENDMENT SCORES KILLEDIN official "fool bill" killer of the + factory account of themselves.One +

seized by the authorities. I Douai. house during the present session, and + of the enemy's capons; is +
f.t. ----- i With Vimy ridge gone the whole in keeping with his intentions Mr. Jennings + Starvation. Guard well| the places +
Ship Seized at Tampa. I German line covering the French town EXPLOSION IN has already placed several of + where food for man and beastis +
f and industrial districts to the north these measures underfoot.The + stored, Also the water upjjjy of +
Tampa April 9.-Customs Collector become a wavering one, and any leisurely message of Governor Sidney J. + yourself and your cattle. Keep an +
J. F. C. Griggs received orders from retreat the Germans may have Catts had as its first and leading fea- + eye on your stock, also inspect +
{.y Washington this morning to seize the planned is made uncertain and precar- PASSEDTUESDAY MUNITIONPLANT ture the suggestion of state wide pro- + your fences frequently that no +
Borneo, lying at anchor in Hillsbor- ious. I hibition by constitutional amendment.Such + openings allow cattle to,enter and +
ough Bay and sent a party out shortly With the capture of the famous ridge an amendment to the constitu- + eat the crops. Notify the consti- +
before noon in the wake of the coastguard the British made a considerable stride --'T tion should be submitted to the + tuted authorities when your sus- +
cutter Tallapoosa, which steamed along the road to Douai, while the cap- 'WILL GO BEFORE VOTERS SERIES OF EXPLOSIONS OCCURRED ple of Florida at the regular electionin peo- + picions are aroused, but in all + !
from .the Mallory Line docks to ture of the high ground northwest of 1918. Among other + cases act with coolness'and judg- +
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION FROM SOME CAUSE measures pre-
take charge of the big Austrian steam- St. Quentin tightens the chain the sented by the governor are the fol- + ment. +
T er. Anglo-French forces are drawing I I I, lowing: + +
f'
Government agents were sent out in around that town. A German diver- PASSES BOTH HOUSES IN RECORD SCARCELY A FRAGMENT OF THE" Codification of Florida statutes. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

the bay this morning to watch the sion southeast of Ypres, according to TIME AND BY LARGE BUILDING LEFT IN WHICH 300 Submission of prohibition amend- -
steamer and anchored a short ways x
General Haig's report, met with no
from the vessel ostensibly to fish. MAJORITIES. GIRLS WERE WORKING. ment. AMERICAN LINER NEW YORK
success. Appropriation of $90,000 or $100,000 STRIKES MINE MONDAY NIGHTs
Presently small spiral of smoke
: a appeared The clearing weather permitted allied -
I annually for road work under state
from the stacks of the steamer. -
airplanes to discover the Germans -
A little while later it became moving toward the rail head I TALLAHASSEE, April 10.-The CHESTER, Pa., April 10.-An explosion road department, using from 300 to
blacker and it appeared that the ves- for counter-attack appa- prohibition amendment was passed by in the plant of the Eddystone 400 state convicts on the roads. Encountered Deadly Missive Off Coastof

sel might be making ready to steam ridge.rently This a was reported to the on Vimy artil- the Senate among the first things that Ammunition Corporation at EddystonePa. Prudent handling of state's funds. Ireland-Proctededj, to Port.

toward the channel to be blown up in lery and long for ten miles body did this morning and it was immediately ., near here, is reported to have kill- Graded inheritance tax law. 3
range guns
the path of navigation. around were concentrated suddenly on carried over to the house, ed fifty to seventy-five persons. Increased power for state tax com- WASHINGTON, ApriIlO.-The: U.
The in the launch flashed signal where it was taken up under a waiverof Several hundred said to have mission.
men a the indicated point, which probably are S. liner New York struck a mine at
to other men off Hooker's Point, constituted a new record for long distance the rules and passed without a word been injured. A portion of the plantis State railway assessing board com 7:40 p. m., last night, five miles off
who rushed to the Mallory docks with barrage fire with heavy guns. of debate on either side. If ratified it burning and fire companies went to prising comptroller, a member of the Liverpool bar. No casualties were reported -
the word. It was then that the Tallahassee Thus the plans for a counter attack will go into effect on January 1, 1919. the scene from Philadelphia, Chester tax commission and a member of the and the vessel later proceededto
The vote in the senate was 29 to 3 railroad commission.
which arrived yesterday to re- were absolutely destroyed before the and other cities.Physicians Liverpool. :
litve the Tampa, went to the rescue reserve troops could detrain. ,'and in the house the vote was 64 to 6. and ambulances hurried Additional assistant state auditor.
'There was just one vote lacking of Creation of office of
and to the vest state insurance
sent a boarding party The successful effort of the British from Philadelphia and police were also
sel. enough in the Senate to put the bill commissioner who would also have supervision New York, April 10.-The American
officers to raise the standard of ser- sent to help guard the plant.
Line
back on second reading, so that it over state banks. Steamship New York left this
ft vice throughout the country is evidenced could be amended, making it go into : port on March 29 for Liverpool with
JOINED THE ARMY. by developments on the western Putting up of cash bond or good securities -
effect on October 1, 1919. Death Toll May Reach 150. amounting to $50,000 with the 58 passengers, cargo and J mail. The
front. have
Pre-arranged plans resulted -
included
: Ellsworth C. Harper' one of the ris- in the repulse of the Germansin I Chester, Pa., April 10.-One hundredand I state by all insurance companies do- citizens.passengers She carried sewn icrew American of 234
THE BAPTIST CHURCH. twelve most of them girls ing business in the a
state.
the which persons
Arras-Lens
i ifiR, young men of Lake Butler, has region can- men, included 144 Americans. She
his not be explained by the Germansin and women, are known to have lost Periodical publication of liabilitiesand
of
: joined the army in the service away was armed and carried a crew of
country. We commend Mr. Harper fort any such manner as has previously Next Sunday closes the first year of their lives, and 121 were injured by a assets by all insurance companies lavy
gunners.
his patriotism, though we .regret to- been done. The facts remain there the pastorate of the First Baptist series of terrific explosions today in doing business in the state. The New York docked safely at Liv-
retirement and that the church of Starke. The has been the shrapnel building of the Eddystone Administration building Florida
lose him as our Lake Butler corres- was a great year erpool at 1 p. m. (English time) and
j. pondent. However, Mrs,J. Harper, allies! took the initiative.J. a very pleasant one. The pastor very Ammunition Corporation, though at University at Gainesville. all safe
passengers are according to a
I this hour reports are still c ming in Another at State College
his much desires full attendance at all dormitory
;1 mother, who sent up the above information a cablegram received here today by the
,i, promises to take up her M: Truby was a business visitorto the services both morning and evening. I American line. The damage to the

!' son'g work in behalf of the :Telegraph. the metropolis Thursday. I W. G. LAW. (Continued on page 5.) (Continued on Paec 4.) vessel was small the message. said.Clean .

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The first week of the "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign .


: is about over; one week remains. Mr. '


Up Man what about your back lot? Is it clean and or-alilL P.



derly, or does it resemble a junk heap? Mr. Citizen,


what have you :done to help make your town clean and sanitary? The Civic Club is doing its share of the work.


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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL Ultir.

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The Irish potato crops in this section -I Two carloads of : f
CLYDE UNE TERMINALS look ftxtremely well. ped this week cross ties "en ship.
JACKSONVILLE by the Young '

1 I [ CIVIC DEPARTMENT I't Irespass cards for sale at this office. Company. :radhir' ..- I


: PARTLY DESTROYED BY FIRE _---= i I


GREATER THAN FIRE LOSS. By Louise Kerper Chairman Civic .;
Committee, Ohio Federation of Wom- -
AT THE CHURCHES.
en's Clubs. Blaze Fanned by High Winds EASTER CLOTHINGis
Lack of paint causes a greater annual that
loss through deterioration than -
Threatened to Wipe Out Waterfront
the aggregate Kansas fire loss for a. CLEAN COMMUNITIES HEALTHYHow Easter Sunday in Starke was bright

period of twelve months. Yes thereis Sunday Afternoon and beautiful, though quite cool for ..
much more reason for a real "Clean Death Rates and Long Life Come this season of the year. The churches DIFFERENTIf
". Up and Paint Up" campaign than the From Such Towns. here observed the day in a fitting man-
ORIGIN OF FIRE UNKNOWN
t ', average layman would at first recog- ; ner-the sermons and music being on
the theme of the resurrection.Rev. r _
cannot glorious
disease MANY WATCH THE BLAZE -
nize.Paint Filth in generate --
has often been said serves W. G. Law preached to a large
as but in the barring un-
long run you have been wearing the
congregation at the Baptist church, usual'misfit
more than the mere of decora-
purpose usual low death rates and I
exceptions CLYDE LINE PIER PROPERTY
tion. Its principal value lies in the long life always come with records of which was prettily decorated with cut I article of clothing that goes by :
; fact that it prolongs the life of the : clean communities.The LUMBER AND BOATS DE- flowers. The music and sermon were
surfaces painted. STROYED. I. in keeping with the spirif of the day. I the suggestive name of '.Hand Me {
I "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign -
Wood and iron, on to the I Rev. C. H. Abernathy of Jacksonville Down will
exposure
I is, after all, a housekeeping job, I you be delighted to find
the the Presbyterian a
air undergo a slow of oxidation -I ( occupied pulpit at -
process
for that housekeeper
which just as surely destroys I and should co-operate reason with every the town officials JACKSONVILLE, April 9.-Entail- *church, both morning and line of Ready to Wear clothing that I.I I.

them as though they were set on fire, 1: in making the town spotless. ing a loss estimated at $100,000 and evening, preaching excellent sermons. I actually FITS THE FORM.
the difference being the speed at which Nothing pleases one more than to havea |causing excitement throughout the en- I Rev. T. L. Z. Barr of the Methodist I I is

the reaction occurs. I visitor say what a beautiful town tire city, fire of unknown origin which church, preached an eloquent sermonon Our well known line of 1
the of the resurrection. I clothing for '
We take out insurance to cover loss subject men and
live in. Why not make town started
you your at 2:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon -
by fire and should just as surely put I the cleanest in America! It's easily completely destroyed of !Several Easter anthems were renderedby boys is carefully cut to actual physical measurements ,
on paint to cover loss by decay. It'' one the choir also a sweet song by thepastor's 1 I'
and all
done. Have harmony reign not to rule
the a set and I
giant piers of the Clyde Steamship {i we can :
little Orville and sup.
takes very little calculation to discover |Iwork two boys
will be
and
surprised -
the apparently astounding fact that I at together the result. Now you let us all pull Company's terminals, fronting the St. Coke Barr. The church was simplybut I.ii ply you with as perfect a fit as your tailor can J

... the loss through lack of painting is'together for a spotless town Johns river, and located between New-! effectively decorated with roses, give you.

greater in.Kansas than the loss by fire.. i nan and Washington. streets. At a':amaryllis, lilies and palms.

wnen tne propeny owner comes to WHAT PAINT WILL DO late hour last night firemen were still (j! In the afternoon at the State Farm I!! Our clothing is not a substitute for tailored
'. a full realization of the true reason I deluging the smoldering ruins with I Rev. LaRowe preached to the men. The
for painting there will be no need for water from se\'erallines of hose. The lwomen had a separate Sunday school I Ii clothing it IS tailorea clothing, of the very i I'

public-spirited people to back up a Na- Adds to the Appearance and Value of I fire, however, was in complete control 'service, which was presided over by ,j best. I I

tional campaign for such a purpose.- Houses. j i and there was no danger of further j lone of their number and consisted of I
By Prof. H. H. Kind. Kansas State Agricultural I damage.The I music, talks and papers on the subjectof We urge you to select a suit from this famous -: I

College Ask any real estate man what per- property 'destroyed included. Easter. A number. of people from 1 1 line. You will be pleased than : .
, I centaee of value is added to a house, what 'I Starke witnessed these religious servi ''I more t
known
I was as Pier NO.1. the !. pleased. I I' I
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP IF YOU E,:by a fresh coat of paint and you will !I passenger offices, two of t>ree wooden I ces.On I'II I I !
I DESIRE HEALTH. :Abe|I surprised at the size of the figure I Monday afternoon, Mrs. Olin W. t "
lighters and their of
ties
i' the j' will give you. Too many householders 'and a large quantity cargoes of lumber cross placed II.I White of the Methodist Sunday school, -= I I
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: have the habit of putting off paint. gave her class an Easter egg hunt at .
"Clean Srd .ii the pier to tf shipped; North,
Have you joined the Up J' shea; afternoonMrs. J.
I
I [ing until house fairly for it her home. On Saturday ALVAREZ
a screams ,
Paint Up" movement It not, get inline 1 Pier No. 1 was located at the"eastern Iii
[:and they perhaps figure that Nelle Hughes of the Baptist Sun-
they Ii IiII
.1 and march to the front ranks and are end of the terminals. It was built of '
i I!economizing. Not so. day school entertained her class withan I{ .
The battleof wood and corrugated iron and extended
be ready for duty. royal!
I Good paint applied: intervals egg hunt. Mrs. M. M. Fryer and II Starke
"Clean Up and Paint Up will be I l[ at regular from near the foot of Washington Fla. ;
Miss Kathleen Alvarez the chil- ,
fought all over the country. This not too far apart, is the true econ- street southward into the river. This gave II ,

movement has enlisted the aid of every I lomy in that it not only actually raises !pier was 400 feet in length and fully dren of the Episcopal Sunday schoola ..:.. ...:.. -:.. ->
hunt in the of ===
I delightful yard
the value of house egg
one, young and old, the schools the the by improved ap- 125:: feet in width. The passenger offi- the .
i clubs, commercial organizations municipalities pearance, but through preservative in ces included the white and negro wait- rectory. -- =

i and country communities. gredients prevents and arrests the de- ing rooms, and the offices of H. G. (

-. One state wide campaign was start- cay.The Wenzel, Florida passenger agent and DOCTORS PATIENT .
ed by the Oregon Federation of Wom man who lets his house becomean his assistants. It is estimated that SMOKEALL

; en's Clubs, which led to the issuing of eyesore in an otherwise well kept 25,000 feet. of lumber was burned with
the proclamation to "clean up and locality should be taxed for the heavy the pier.H. -- 1.

paint up" by Governor Withycombe damage he is doing to that community, G. White, agent of the company, GAINS 17POUNDSProminent

and was followed by the appointing ofa says the Real Estate Journal said last night that the loss was completely PURE -HAVANA

committee from the Portland chamber I covered by fire insurance.
CLEAN UP AND PREVENT CRITICISM I
of commerce. that as soon as possible the destroyed

This committee inaugurated a pub- property would be replaced. Mr. Georgia Physician ''

s licity campaign of stupendous work White stated he was at a loss to account Continues to Use Tanlac in The popular cigar of the South. Made by the 1
I and met with successful cooperationon A train on which a well dressed St. for the origin of the fire and he -.1: I
the part of ministers and physicians Paul citizen was recently traveling. said that matter would be rigidly in- His Daily Practice With Surprising STARKE CIGAR COMPANY

throughout the state. That it has received I stopped at a small town. From the vestigated. He said the officials of the Results.One 1FL I
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true co-operation from the phy- ,car window could be seen a dozen or company in New York had been advised Geo.
L
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Massey .
Prop.
Starke I
sicians, evidenced by the responses. more back yards. Heaps of refuse by telegram of the conflagaration. ,
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One physician indorsed the movement -I were scattered over the weedy ground. Mr. White further stated that on last of the strongest and most convincing I IL !

as follows: "It is much more Here and there a tin can glistened in Friday he instructed that all of the evidences of the remarkable 7 t

exhilarating and encouraging to see I the sun. fire-fighting equipment of the terminals I results being accomplished by Tanlae I I
clean,well kept yards and lawns clean I The houses were 'dull, uninteresting be tested thoroughly, and also se throughout the South is the large num-
f streets and buildings. The first exam- I and in bad repair. A couple of listless 1 cured additional watchmen. ber of letters that-are now being received I

ple is exhilarating; the second.is de- men boarded the train and sank into J daily from scores of well known
pressing. In which state of mind.doyou ''their seats, apparently thankful to be men and women who have been bene- Clean Paint !
do your best work?" Another .'leaving the place. ;:r MINUTES OF TOWN COUNCILI fitted by its use. up up I

physician said: | An hour later they approached another I I MEETING.I Among the large number that have
"Want to put the doctors out of bus- town. There was no dismal outlook j been received recently none are more

iness! With good water and a salub- there. The back yards were carpeted I I I interesting than the following letter We will Will ?
rious climate and an abundance of I with close cropped grass and I! The city council met in regular ses from Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Fayetteville you .1
fresh food most of the doctors wouldbe i j patterned with flowtr beds. Freshly sion with all members present. Ga. Dr. Edwards it will be remembered -
idle loafers. But I am with you 'painted white fences separated the !I Application of N. B. Hull for refundof recently gave Tanlae his '.

just the same. I am having my house ,lawns. Most of the houses had been '' license for auction sale, laid oved unqualified indorsement in a public _. t'f

painted and lawn mowed, and when '\recently painted. I I t'for i future investigation. statement, and the testimonial published -
the painters get their stuff out I will !| "Is this the county seat !" the citi- I J. S. Brown asked the council for below was recently given him by i
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refund of taxes for 1916. Matter laid ;
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flush out the garage. zen asked the conductor. one of his patients. His letter follows
Are you going to do the same? Take I: "No; that last town is the county over to April 10th. just as it was written: il'.I

heed to the advice of the above physi (seat," was his answer "but this town I The clerk was authorized to place Fayetteville, Ga. Don't .ilI

cians. It is vital that everything be '(is going to be. That other town order with Fenole Chemical Co., of )Ir. G. F. Willis, Atlanta, Ga. ._ i

made spick and span not only for the I!hasn't enough self respect to fight the Tampa, for one ten of powder disin Dear Sir: I am enclosing you herewith ,
showing off to the visitors that are bill that will make the change. This fectant and 10 gallons liquid disinfec statement I have just received

:. coming to our town this summer, but I I town is a hummer. It deserves to tant.The from Mr. T. M. McGough. He has forget i -- I
for the stke of yourself, your familyand I win." committee from the Modern sold out here and is moving to Turin, '

, .. surroundings. #I I Woodmen again brought up the con- Ga. He was here this morning 'and...._
-' "Clean Up and Paint Up. :iCATTS, PROMISES DRUNK LEGISLATORS cession of license for a carnival. The come in to tell me what-Tanlae 0 had it's hen ;!. t I!
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I council requested the committee to ascertain done for him. i iI
60 DAYS IN JAIL He says too much can- .*
WOMEN CAN TAKE A LEADING if they could secure the attrac- not be said about Tanlac. It certainly
tion of Johnnie J. Jones 'it!
Con. T.
PART IN THIS MOVEMENTThere's Legislators Have Special InducementFor Kennedy or some other like or aggrega- has cured him. #, '.- .:(.

Them to Keep Sober. tion and report later. J.Respectfully T. EDWARDS M. D. Woolsey'SPaint :t

Work for All in BeautifyingOur The screening of the septic tanksto Mr. McGough's statement follows:
Home Town. TALLAHASSEE April 2.-At a prevent breeding of mosquitoes re- "I suffered from indigestion and 1
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prohibition rally at the high school au- ferred to the street committee. could not eat anything but what would
ditorium yesterday afternoon Governor Upon motion it was ordered that the hurt me. Constipation : .
'. Women are housekeepers. They are Catts referred to Pleas Holt being time for paying city taxes be extendedto deal of trouble also. gave My me symptomswere a great .4J4 .

apt to see more clearly the need of municipal here with his money and his liquor the first Tuesday in May. indigestion heartburn and }

.' housecleaning than are men. but the governor intimated that the Upon motion it was ordered that Si- the stomach after eating. My gas on

..' Through our clubs we have an excel- first member of the legislature whogets las Kite be allowed $50 on his commis- I.tite was irregular and food failed appe- ."" .
my
lent opportunity to lead in "Clean Up drunk would be put in jail and sion for 1916 taxes. to nourish me. This trouble causedme ,
and Paint work. Here kept there for 60 Some The following bills I
Up" are some days. of the were paid: to
get very poor-in fact; I got so ..
pointers for women who would help re- members are indignant at his statement -?!'ai Far thin and weak I ;
E S. Matthews _________ was.hardly able to go
community with real mera council i 00 :
generate our
a S. A. Bryan do _________________ 2 00 about."I Quigley Lumber ;
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"Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign: D. C. Jooc do ___________ J.** bought three bottles of Tanlae Supply Co.
Each campaign involves the renovation MURDER TRIAL OF JOHN MORGAN J. W. Whit do ________________--- too Dr. Edwards' on
the interiors of J. W. Andrew do_______________ 1.00 recommendation and I .
of
buildings as IN LEVY COUNTY. '0". S. Cr 1I'1 tree salary ____ ':.51) am now feeling all right again, and am The happy home builders.
Wt'U.. yards streets, and alleys. Joe Bill Williams Mayor's fees ____-_ 12-00 able to attend to business. I .
: The removal of all rubbish and use- Situ Kit salary and fees ___________ 56 00 gained
Ed Bunted do __. seventeen pounds in weight and
less things is most important. BRONSON 3.-The grand 'C A. Futeh clerk'---?fee __-_-_-_-_-_--_--_--_ 1 56.00':.1S 'I doing fine. Tanlac did the work. am Starke Fla.
Some revenue can be derived from jury of this county yesterday returneda 'Surke TeL Co. phone rent __________ 1.M "I .
true bill of murder against John ,1'W. J. Epperson cost in ease L'ry Johns 15 I now recommend Tanlac to every-
the sale of waste paper. !Morgan who is (I Silo Kite com on t16 Uses .______.. 50.00 ,lone wjio is sick as I was, and wishes
alleged to have killed
During the lean Up and Paint
| his cousin W. E. Mundee Jr., .I Total :- j ito take something that will surely help
at Mor-
Up" campaign is a good time to have -:-- ;;i-4iiri4F -- 21J.19 them."
riston the 10th i I
t rubbish cans placed upon street corners on of last February. J. W. White A Son tools etc ________ l.W
for the deposit of paper. Interest centers on this case which ;'J. W Andrew 4 Son h alin ______ 47.43
Nothing will do more to improve the will come to trial at 10 o'clock tomor 'Qai Stark leT Hd Lumber. Co. Co.sboreh lumber ______ too'.61 HALUGAN-KUHL. Go toAlvarez's

appearance of a town than the liberaluse row. A special venire of sixty jurors W. F. Mott sear work _-_-_---_-_-_- 76.S.. I -
of paint. has been drawn to serve. Bank of Starke par rolls for street wk 6.7 On Saturday evening the seventh

Useless and unsightly outbuildings The state will be represented by Total .|at eight o'clock Mr. Ted H. Halligan
should be torn down State's Attorney A. V. Long, of Starke w. --OMM--Fad--- us..u I.j and Miss Katherine Kuhl were united Market

t Business houses need attention. Rub- and CoL J. A. William, of Gainesville, i t I Baok park of ways Surke. pj _roll for.. .kcelina___ tin the holy bonds of matrimony Rev.
..' bish accumulates in cellars, under the while CoL John R. Willis, of Bronson, Bradford Co. Te--!-mph- pub. a.essmett- 5.l0 t;;:T. L Z. Barr of the Methodist church, ,
stairways in storerooms and other able counsel have been em- rolls and Printing waivers -__ ,_, 'log officiating.The .
passageways 4. F. Barley: extended services .___ for
and in the rear of hotels and restau- ployed to defend Morgan I I -Jbl 00 marriage took place at the home I :'

rants. Look out for RATS here.A ToW --- JJ8.10 of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
clean yard is not sufficient; it TOO FREQUENTLY THE CASE. I A resolution was adopted providing W. B. Kuhl and was a very quiet af Home
should be pleasing To the eye. Plant !for the assessment of a portion of cost fair-only the immediate relatives be- Fattened Beef

grass and flower seeds. Sod bare spots Well, George," said the president of ':of paving on Call street to abutting ing present. The bride was charmingly ;

in lawns. Plant Shrubs vines and the company to old George, "how goes I property owners. J, attired in blue silk crepe de chine, .. .
trees.. 1.i'..n The council adjourned to April 10, ,with accessories to match.

The thresholds of a town should be "Fair to middlin, sir" George an- !1917. I| Mr. Halligan is cashier of the Bank 1 keep for sale only beef of
C. A. FUTCH. of Starke and is steers
made inviting to the visitor. swered. And he continued to a young man of ex- young
This is a good time to find out about a bay horse. currycomb Cleo .J icelknt I character and business qualifikcations fattened

the sanitary ordinances of the town. "Me an' this here boss," George said Ji while his bride is a young lady on ,my place in Starke.i "; ,

How about the regulations in regard suddenly, "has worked for firm i[lof may graces of disposition and ed- .
your Tanlae is sold
to garbage collection, the use of closed sixteen by leading druggists ucation. Mr. and Mrs. Halligan are '

garbage cans, manure piles, spitting, Well years., well" said the president, of Cason leading in Starke cities in; in the Lake South Butler; by D.by.C. \![:occupying Walnut the Liddon cottage on North Pork, Mutton, Sausage, all of the ;Best, } '

.. toilets ete! Are they adequate! Are thinking a little guiltily of George's Tomlicson-Maines i street where they are at home
Drug Company; in''!'to! their friends. kept ii the
enforced. committee many most
they Appoint salary. "And I suppose you are both Hampton by the Hampton sanitary manner.
Pharmacy i i i The
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oa this subject. Hare the ordinance Telegraph extends congratula-
pretty highly valued George eh
in
Lawtey by the Cash
published and distributed w 3ey. "HTa." said George, "both of us was P.aiford by the Weaver Drug Store; in t'|!dons and wishes for them a long and i
It is very important that the "Clean took sick last week and they Drug Company !hapur married life. ., r4
got a in
: Worthington R. T. A. L.
by
Up and Paint Up" idea be impressedupon doctor for the horse but they dock- and in Sampson City C Taylor.l I' Alvarez ; i'.9'
by A. Smith.AdTertisement.
the minds of school children.-I ed my pay.-Home Companion. e' Tell it.to Advtrtue.the Telegraph and you tellverybody. ; .

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FRIDAY, APRIL 18 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE
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'- GUNS ARE REMOUNTED ON THE | Mr. Winningham of Worthington, the pit of the stomach, making an almost 1
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j ROAMER BY ORDER OF GOV. CATTS MUST has moved on Mr. W. C. Kerce's farmin fatal wound, but new* came this I I
News of Florida in'Short Paragraphs. the Lake Butler district morning that he was slowly recovering -

Eight new pupils entered the nor- after a successful operation in Y "
May be Called on By the Governmentto
APPOINT THE mal at Worthington last week, bringing Jacksonville. .
State NewsTold Guard Coast. the enrollment up to twentysix.The ing.Mrs. ,
[Live entrance of several others is anti- Maines, who is at'-jnding the ,

TALLAHASSEE, April 7.The cipated.We normal here is on the si<*k list this :
Roamer, the steamer belonging to the DEM. NOMINEESSTRONG are glad to note that Miss Maud week. Hope she will soon!be able to I

. by Our Exchange state and used by the fish commissioner Shaw and Miss Effie Douglass, two of come back to school. J

I for patrolling the Gulf Coast look- our normal pupils who have been absent Little Springs was well lepresented i

-- I Ian ing out for violators of the fishing and on account of illness, are able tobe at LaCrosse last Friday niht, the attraction j'

ST. PETERSBURG.-Pinellas county hour to deliberate on its verdict. I oystering laws, is to have her guns OPPOSITION APPARENT in school again. I being a school closing at that '

u raising by popular subscription The case attracted considerable attention mounted again. IN BOTH THE HOUSES Mr. J. G. Owens, of Jacksonville, place.
$6,000 to be used in Boy Scout workin ; as the defendant had secured These who read the papers closely was a recent visitor to this place. !I I Mr. Dickens filled his Regular appointment -
the county for the next two years. money, it was stated by a number of will recall that during the last campaign Mrs. Castle, of Spokane, Washington here Saturday tend Sunday,
witnesses, with the understanding he the present governor promisedthat MUST PAY ATIENTIONTOPARTY is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. I with good attendance. *

Beach was to furnish employment by sending if he we elected he would have MANDATES IF HE WANTS J. Cochran. I :Mr. and Mrs. H. Warren of Clayno -
BEACH.-Palm coun-
PALM material to women out of which they her guns removed. This promise he Mrs. J. 0. Phillips was a recent visitor visited their daughter.JMiss Edith
house is to be formally LEGISLATIVE SUPPORT.
ty's new court 16th and were to make aprons for which they made good soon after his inauguration to relatives in Quitman, Ga. Warren at the home of Mr. A. B. l
dedicated on Monday, April of were to receive remuneration. The last January. Today the follow- Mr. Spratts has succeeded Mr. Jen- Shaw, where she is boardiag while at- |j|!

an appropriate program for the public witnesses included a number of white ing order was given out from the state TALLAHASSEE, April .-Because nings Malphurs as agent here. tending the normal at this!place. ] >
events is being arranged occas-" women who testified that they had house regard with the necessity forremounting there is so much constructive legislation I II We are sorry to state the sad misfortune Mr. Lucian Hazen, or l-ooker, mo- }

ion. each sent him $10 but had never heard the guns: I that should be passed, there is of Mr. Ury Spires, of the Mid- tored to Worthington lasti Friday af
from the defendant again after they "On account of the order of the Unit- considerable regret on the part of the way section, who has been! attendingthe ternoon. His aunt, Miss Eunice Hazen

DAYTONA.-The First National had sent the money. ed States government taking over all leading politicians at the capital be normal here. Last Sunday he and and sister, Miss Myrtie Hcen, accompanied

bank of Daytona suspended business vessels on the Gulf Coast, registeredin cause of the apparent breach betweenthe one of his friends were handling a pistol him home. I TI n
recently. It is said that the action was Customs house, Governor Catts authorized in such to the I Miss
STUART.-Early Saturday morning administration the legislature.An a way as cause gun I Bernice Parker, wlp is attending -
due to the robbery of the bank on Feb- Mr. Blakeslee and his right bower, State Shellfish CommissionerT. effort is being made to have a conference to fire while in his friend's hand, the I the normal here, sperl the weekend -
ruary 26, when fifteen thousand dol- Harvey Winter, sallied forth to attend [. R. Hodges this morning to remount between the governor and the ball entering Mr. Spire's body about with her parents at Crosse.
;n cash and .valuable securities the guns on the state steamer Roamer, I
tars ---- ------ speaker of the house and of
president
.u their nets which had set the
; they night .
The total loss by the rob- I which were removed from her last
were stolen. Before and in the early morning light the senate in the hope that the three I
was about sixty thousand dollars. I January." feels A SPOONFUL GIVES: IJESULTS
Gov. Catts
bery the may "get together. I
they were surprised to see enor-
It is further stated in the
that
mous net swaying as though it had casea he has done his part to harmonize him When your young chicks Mo not
EUSTIS.-The Southern Live Stock been nothing more than a string in the necessity arises this boat is capableof self with the lawmaking bodies, but RUB OUT PAIN nd thrive they need a t nic. B.
company was organized here last week wind. Their hearts swelled with pride becoming quite useful in the service that they have not accepted his offerto Thomas's Poultry Remedy: is not
for the purpose of raising shorthorn anticipation of an enormous catch, but of the government as a patrol meet him half way, according to with good oil liniment. 'Fat'sthe a tonic but a specific for bowel
cattle and Duroc-Jersey hogs. The judge of their surprise when they be- boat. She uses anthracite coal, makesno the leaders here who are close to the surest way to stop them. ble, gapes and other chick

new concern is capitalized at $10,000, gan to take in the cork line and beheld smoke and is noiseless and is therefore with-- governor, but the members of the leg- The best rubbing liniment is Get it today. We sel! it on the

with F. V. McFalls as president. The the enormous saw protuding from the capable of going into places islature, who constitute the oppositionto back plan. Sold by I). C. Jones..
'- farms are located about ten miles from midst of about 75 yards of netting. out heralding her approach as most the administration, declare that the Fla. Apr t- -:
do. She is'also
and consists of 500 acres of steamers seaworthyand breach is the result of the governor'sown MUSTANGLINIMENT ,
Eustis This fish was towed in shore and dispatched of
land, all fenced. with a few shots from a high- capable developing great speed. I II I conduct and is of his own making.The Muscle Soreness; : Itfliered.

powered rifle in the hands of Mr. O4> .? OOOOO ,s 000000.x4 .. senate is powerfully organized Unusual work, bending and (3)I
QUlNCY.-Norman Shaw has a fine Blakeslee and after measuring him, he 0 0 against the governor and it is estimated or strenuous exercise is a strain on

field of alfalfa, consisting of six acres, was found to be 13 feet and 6 inches in 0 STATE OF WAR EXISTS 0 I from votes in the democratic cau- muscles, they become tore and
growing on his farm about four miles length and weighed between 700 and BETWEEN CUBA AND <8> cus that the house is about 10 major- i you are crippled and in pain.
The was killed back 800 pounds. 4 ity against the executive. Some mem- Liniment brings you quid relief,

from town. crop GERMANY. bers of the house are friendly to the GooJforthcAilmtnbcf to apply and it penetrates the
the frost of several weeks ago, but 0
by r governor, but refuse to co-operate with without rubbing and drives out
has come out again and is now about JACKSONVILLE- W. Wray, 0 HAVANA, April 7.-The resolution 0 his secretary, J. V. Burke. Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. soreness. A clear liquid,

ten inches high. This is the second formerly a Methodist minister and a... $ declaring that a state of <$> Wants Catts to Name Party Men Good for your own Aches, than mussy plasters or Ointments
the first seed being sown under the de plume 0 exists and 0 does stain the fKin'
year growth writer of note non war between Cuba If the confe be not or clog
:!nce can arranged Pains
in November, 1915, on land that had "Billy Monday," was convicted on $ Germany has passed the senate. <> it is said the will withdrawits Rheumatism Sprains, pores. Always have a iwttle
legislature
been used for the growing of tobacco.TALLAHASSEE. eight counts of sending'obscene- $ The bill has also been unanimous-> the Cuts, Burns, Etc. t.25c. for the pains and aches of

ter through the mails, in Federal court 0 ly approved by the house of representatives 3 he opposition assures them to that governor he will, appointall provided I 50c. $l. At an Dealers. gout, backache lumbago, grippe, bruises,
ness, and all tctemal
.-A. L. Messer, of I here. Sentence was deferred. Wray, "! and tonight President <> nominees of the party, the legislators -I At your druggist 25c. I i
Tallahassee, state hotel commissioner, who since the charges has withdrawn S Menocal signed it. Immediately <8> having heard the common report .,

. is responsible for the statement that from the church, was charged with 0 afterwards the Cuban authorities that the governor will pay little at-
the number of hotels in Florida has sending obscene pamphlets throughthe <$> seized four German $ tention or none at all to nominationsfor
grown from 781 in 1913 to 1,745 in mail. He was indicted in July and <> ships whcih have been interned in 3 circuit judges and state's attorneysBut .

1916. From the number of notices the arrested at Live Oak, after being re- Havana harbor since shortly af- '?> if the chief executive takes the po 1 II .

hotel commissioner is .receiving, Mr. leased from the state asylum. He 0 ter the war commenced. *> sition that those offices are only in the

Messer estimates that new hotels will pleaded insanity and this proved his 0 primary because the state committeeput do so many

be built this year to the value or from undoing as Dr. A. A. Comter, of the 00000000000000000 them there, and that those offices Why

thirty to thirty-five million dollars. state insane asylum where Wray are patronage rightly under the consti-
sought refuge upon being indicted, tes- FIRST SCRAP OF CONGRESS I tution belonging to the governor, and people go to
tified for the government to the defendant's TOOK PLACE ON MONDAY that
the
PENSACOLA.-Born in 1797, Mary present administration owes
Bascom, colored, died in this city last sanity, declared that Wray I nothing to the organized democratic the I!
had him with offer of
approached an a
week at the age of 120 years. Her remains Massachusetts Senator Knocked Man party of the state-if the governor
he learned that the state
bribe when
were interred Friday, the firm Down for Calling Him Coward. I takes that position it is likely the I
authorities were to dismiss him from .
of Goldstucker Brothers handling the the satisfied to his (breach will remain and widen and that Andrews Mercantile Companyat I
asylum, being as
funeral There appeared to have nev- WASHINGTON April 2.-A per- I after 40 days both houses will recess
er been any doubt as to the age of the sanity. sonal encounter between Senator (till sometime early in the fall, so that
the Brick Store?
old woman. She resided with peoplein Lodge, of Massachusetts, and Alexan- (the senate will have opportunity to J

Pensacola for many years, it was JACKSONVILLE.-W. L. Watson, der Bannwert, of Dorchester, Mass., I confirm or reject the appointments of II 1
state, but had not spent the entire cen- agricultural adviser of Duval county, in which the senator knocked his oppo- the governor for these offices, after I
tury in this city. has received a shipment of about a nent down, occurred today in the corri- I they are filled in June. It is sincerely I
The
hundred packages of Soudan grass dors of the capitol. hoped by leaders of both factions here reason is to see all the new goods. They are I

thousand six seed distribution in this county. Thisis Bannwert, with the Rev. Paul Harris that harmony can be established, and I I'I'certainly well worth seeing. 1 It
MIAMI.-Seventeen awardedA. one of the great annuals in the hay Drake, of Christ church, Dorchester they are certain it can be if the gov

hundred. B. Saunders dollars of damage this city was by the Jury producing grasses, three cuttings or and several other men and womenof ernor will agree to appoint all nomi- I You can get anything that you call for there and
more being possible during a year'stime. a pacifist delegation, called Sena- nees. ?
afternoon in the case of his EVERY THING is GOOD too.
Friday Irresponsible seed houses, it is tor Lodge to the door of the committeeroom I .
Palm Beach and Ever-
suit against the said have often sent out other seedsin I
and asked him to vote against
Mr. Saunders had a I They sell FLOUR at CLOSE and
railroad. a price to
glades of the the place of Soudan grass, but this declaration of war with Germany. Senator LONG BRIDGE.I try

been awarded the construction and sued coming from the government, the official Lodge replied if President Wilson keep in stock what the farming people use.
bed of the railway,
proposed l has hesitancy in recommending *
no asked for such a declaration he certainly -
the company for $30,000 for losses he trying out same. Mr. Watson states would support it. I I Mr. Roan Turner has been on the Among other things BACON, SUGAR, RICE,

claimed to have been incurred by himas that he will have to exact the promisethat "That is cowardice," retorted one of sick list this week, but is much improved HAY, OATS and SWEET FEED.
be- :
from the agreement
resulting at this writing.
the seed are planted according to the group.
tween the company and himself. directions. Only farmers living in Du "Natiwial degeneracy is worse than Mrs. W. P. Huckaby and"little girl, I
.
They a line of STETSON hats and the BEST
carry
val county will be entitled to a pack- cowardice," replied the Massachusetts Willie, of Ocala, visited her parents, I
LEESBURG. City Marshal Stanley age. While this is a small start in senator. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt, Saturdayand I suits made.

.is making every effort to rid this city seed he states that everyone who "You are a coward," said Bannwert. Sunday. I ,

of "blind tigers" and is succeeding plants same will be expected to har.- "You are a liar," retorted Senator I Mr. Jasper Tison was a business visitor I I All.kinds of DRESS GOODS, SILKS, MIDDY
nicely. This unlawful business is vest seed for the next year's plantingand Lodge.
to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. .
conducted here, as a rule, by negroes, that this will mean manifold the Bannwert advanced and struck the Pearl Johns returned home last I i BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE and FARM

.and two of them were trapped him amount received in the government senator, who then despite his 60 odd Thursday from Lake Butler, where she IMPLEMENTS.

Saturday and answered to a charge of package. Soudan grass belongs to the years, launched a blow that sent Bann- has spent several weeks visiting rela-
selling liquor in Mayor Howell's court sorghum family and its seeding is so wert sprawling on the hard tiles of the 'I

and were fined fifty dollars and costs distinct that it is easy for a farmer to floor. Bannwert and several of his tives.Mr. DON'T MISS SEEING THE
and Mrs. John Clemons I NEW STOCKOF
he will for the following gave a
each. Marshal Stanley says secure enough year friends were taken in charge by the
not let up on the blind tiger operatorsuntil In point of nutriment it produces one capitol police.Bannwert party Saturday night, Quite a large EASTER HATS
he has caught and convicted the of the finest types of hay for all sorts told the capitol police crowd attended and all report a fine I
time.
last one of them. Only one white man of live stock.GERMAN Senator Lodge struck the first blow.
so far has answered to a charge of After Senator Lodge finished with The Easter egg hunt was omitted

blir.d tiger business since Stanley has AGENTS ENDEAVORINGTO the pacifist, David B. Herman, of this Sunday afternoon because'there had

been on the job, and he was, found STIR UP NEGROES. city, steped in, and according to spectators been one announced before in the same Andrews Mercantile Company !

guilty. He was heavily fined. pummelled Bannwert, cutting vicinity. In order to not interfere with ;I
several gashes in his forehead. Bann- this one it was decided to not hold the

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 10.- wert was taken to a police station with hunt at the schoolhouse. We hope no Raiford, Fla. !
FORT MYERS.-With the sale of Reports that agents of the imperial directions that a charge of assault on disappointments have occurred and
100,000 acres of Everglades land which German government have been using Senator Lodge be preferred against i that everybody will come to Sunday I II I

has been given Lee county by the state Elm Grove, a negro settlement near him. The others in the group were re- school and help us keep a good lively l
and the sale of $120,000 in road bonds Greensboro, N. C., as headqharters fora leased. Sunday school going on all the year. \
the county will have money sufficientto campaign to incite Southern negroes Senator Lodge appeared on the floor Don't forget the time-every Sunday ---

carry on extensive road improve- 'against the government of the United when the senate met and apparentlywas afternoon at 2:30.

ment work. R. G. Collier, chairman of States, were confirmed by local federal no worse for his encounter. Scoresof Rev. Thomas, of Starke, will preach

the board of county commissioners, has agents. The alleged activities, accord- senators went over to his desk and I Iat the Long Bridge school house next
returned from Tallahassee, where he ing to the officials here, have extendedto shook his hand.CALOMEL Sunday night at 7:30. Everybodycome. r
conferred with state officials, and was the tobacco and cotton belts r.f Alabama .

given the gladdening news that the Georgia, the Carolinas, and Men and "Money Matters
county would be allowed to make use parts of Florida. DYNAMITESA f

of the money for whatever purposes it Rumors have reached here that far- SLUGGISH LIVER LITTLE SPRINGS. !

saw fit from the sale of the state land mers in some agricultural districts ..
recently given to Lee county. This have formed Ku Klux Klans to meet -

.I will provide, with the bond fund, an possible uprisings or disaffection, but Crashes Into Sour Bile, making (Delayed From Last Week.) We have all heard this or that individual

. ample supply of money to care for these have not been confirmed by federal You Sick and You Lose Dr. John Nobles has just returned
"I know
i necessary road work. authorities here.Evidence from Jacksonville, where he has been mark; don't where my money gres.It .
. Day's Work.
. a visiting friends and relatives. just slips through my fingers. :

PALM BEACH.-The bond issue in is Unearthed.New Rev. Sheffield filled his regular appointment -
the sum of $1,029,000 for financing the 10. Federal Calomel salivates! It's mercury here on the fourth Sunday
: Orleans, April authorities -
There is for such
remark
Calomel acts like no reason a to be
needed work in the Lake Worth Drain- here admitted that they have dynamite on a slug- Mr. Leslie, of Worthington, is the
age District was purchased last Wednesday discovered evidence in the last few gish liver. When calomel comes into proud owner of a Ford purchased from voiced by individuals who meet 'obligations by .

1 by G. B. Sawyers of the G. B. weeks indicating the existence of an contact with sour bile it crashes into Mr. A. B. Shaw. check.

. Sawyers Co., of Jacksonville, at 96 organized German movement to incite it, causing cramping and nausea.If Mrs. Lando Maines and sister, Miss'

and accrued interest. The amount involved negroes in parts of Louisiana and :Mis- you feel bilious, headachy, con- Marcia Turner, are the present o-
; in connection with the price received sissippi against the United States gov- stipated and all knocked out, just go cupants of the house recently vacatedby Money in the Bank and the check-book in
is considered making a rec- to your druggist and get a 50 cent the is the
as ernment. Mr. Jim Hamilton and family, of pocket profitable, systematic methodof
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone whichis
. ord. Land adjoining Delray, Hypo- Worthington.Miss .
handling business
] luxo, Lantana, Boynton, West Palm a harmless vegetable substitute for household or personal
SAVE $150. calomel Take Ruby Ware, one of Worthington's funds.
Beach and Jupiter will be drained, according dangerous a spoonfuland
to the plans of the commissioners Make your Healing Remedy at home I if it doesn't start your liver and most popular young ladies, is
: of the district with the pro- Get a 50c bottle of Farris' Healing Oil, i straighten you up better and quicker preparing a class of grammar school

ceeds of the bond sale, and the whole add it to a pint of linseed oil and you I than nasty calomel and without mak- pupils for high school work. Miss

enterprise is full of significance to have a pint of the best healing remedy ;. ing you sick, you just go back and get Ware is an able instructor and her pupils -
these that money can buy. It cures old sores, your money.If are very fortunate to have one so
cities and the surrounding com- Bank of Starke
munities. wounds, cuts and scratches. We sell you take calomel today you'll be capable.Mr.

it. Sold by D. C. Jones, Starke, Fla. sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesIt Fred Hazen, of Brooker, was

April6132027. may salivate you, while if you take here last Monday.Mr. .
JACKSONVILLE. Harrison Peterson STARKE
Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up Levy Witt who is attending FLORIDA
alias H. McLane alies J. A. Williams -
trial in the plus Cored to e to 14 Days feeling great, full of ambition and school in Jacksonville accompanied by
a young negro on will refund money If PAZO ready for work or play. It's harmless, his little niece Louise Russell, was a L
federal Tour OnnM
court the charge of using
on OINTMENT fails to cure any CM of jicmnz. pleasant and safe to give to children; recent visitor to his grandparents, Mr.
. the mails in scheme to defraud, was Piles iD
a BUDd Bt lnlfofProtmdlnl'
tint Uoo Ease aDd ReaL SOc they like it. (13-4! ) and Mrs. S. J. Russell.
convicted, the jury being out less than The appUca fires -- --


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., PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY-_ TELEGRAPH_ STAPKE, FLORIDA. -_ "RID.U'_._APRIL- I.. )337 1!

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1$: j to the battle field-where is the food[11+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I. ARGENTINA, COSTA RICA AND I ments, did not forget him. 'stand the same examinations
Bradford WITH U. S. Mr. Crews ends his letter by stat., : as Prescribed '
County Telegraph to come from after the reserve stocks i. i.+ + BRAZIL for tetcliers in t'} > -
+ ing that he was just recovering froman schools of Ptlb1ie
have been exhausted? While there are + TilE KAISER'S PRAYER. Florida and prov
plentiful supplies in some parts of the: !+ + WASHINGTON April 12.-Without illness of several days' duration,., the reading of the} Bible ing for r;
Published Weekly, and entered as second which had confined him to his room, of &nhOldinC :
world, the difficulty or impossibility to. f! + The Latest Ultimatum of the + formally announcing the abandonmentof devotional exercises m aljnrUt
class matter at the post-office at transport them where they are'needed: + War Lord. + their neutrality two more Latin- and that he was ready to resume his tions of learning within the 1. den -

Starke Florida.E. makes them of little benefit to the + I. American countries, Argentina and work. : the state. at

outside world. The whole of Eurore + Gott dear Gott attentions blease + Costa Rca; have given asurances of !; Mr. Seals gtat.-d that *he\average' ,\

S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owntr ; is starving and articles unfit for food + Your bardner.Vilhelm's here + their support to the United States in Tallahassee April 11, 1917. .retail merchant will\ buy hi. U-ua.
must often be made use of to give bulk: + Und has a verd or two to say + the war. Editor Telegraph-Beg to advise in dry measure and sell hS lustolJ1er etc

H. E. LAGERGREN Associate Editor to the real food. In this country for + Indo your private ear; + that I am on Committee for Public a pint or a quart, as the ca
to need mentioning + So turn all udders now + according to wet 1'1'ma, be, "
reasons too well known away Rio 12.-Brazil has Health Public Lands Enrolling Bills, measure, ,o Seali I.
Gadzooks! On account of the scarcity certain foods from having + Und listen well to me + formally Janeiro several April diplomatic relations Miscellaneous Legislation Bank and has a bill which he will prOu05e j fD. \,

of German dyes, we had to color long been scarce are no more to be + For vat I say concerns me much + with have been Loans and Governor's Message. I day or two establishing af unifol'1D -
Passports
our Easter eggs with red ink and blue had. The declaration of war made all + Meinself und Shermany. + handed Germany.the German counsel and Brazil's Yours truly standard of weights and mea4ures for
pencils. staples take an unprecedented jump p + + W. G. SEALS.So retail grocers of Florida. r 1

-_ _____ _ and it is feared that many farmers in + You know dear Gott I vas your + representative in Germany has here we have another Bradford The third bill that Mr. Sea!|of Brad .

The Cocoa Tribune newly established I the South who have to buy corn to + friendt + 'been recalled. legislator whose talents and ability ford, is having drawn up forlntrodnT

at Cocoa Brevard county by Mrs. feed their work stock while making + Und from mein hour of birth ..h' :have been appreciated. We quote the tion at an early date required
the
C. H. Holderman editor and proprietor this season's crops will be compelledto + I quietly let you rule de heffen, + those behind the prison doors. following from the Jacksonville Metropolis department of agriculture Of: jhe jt "

grew to full size including a set sell draft animals and thus either + Vile I ruled o'er de earth + : furnish to all raisers of hog t.ny ti-te

I: of wisdom teeth at once. It is a handsome curtail their crop area or else neglect + Und yen I told mein soldiers + The following replies have come Tallahassee April 11.-Hon. W. G. rus or other medicines necessary for

and well"edited paper. their crops. In some sections farm + Of by-gone battle days + from Bradford's legislative contingent I Seals of Hampton, representative of the protection of stock against diseaa. '

I. -- labor is scarce. The war preparations, + I gladly split the glory + Bradford county who received a leave I This will be known as the frp*>
The story was told of a certain sheriff I with their immense waste will con- + Und gafe you half de. praise.In + member in answer to a letter sent by us to each of absence from the house from Thursday -I bill. virus, .

north Florida who had almost all the provisions and for- + + : | j The Telegraph thanks
of a county sume Tallahassee April 11 1917. | till Monday, returned with the report ou> legisla_
: been permitting his old uncle to pull age for sale and the question is not + efery vay I tried to prove + that his family, a majority of the tors for their prompt replies and "'

r off a big cock fight occasionally. Recently How will we be able to buy food, but + Mein heart to you vas true + Editor Telegraph I received your members of which were suffering with wish them success. We will be glad c

: said 0. U. gathered in about How will we be able to get any foodat + Und only claimed mein honest + i letter and was glad to hear from you.I measles were out of danger. Seals ,to publish more letters from,them.

.. fifty game cocks in preparation for alL The time seems to be coming + share + am a member of the following .asked for a leave of absence becauseof -

one of his peculiar society functions. when we, like the Europeans, will have + In great deeds vat we do. + I committees: | the illness of his family. --

..' The sheriff heard of it and hurried over bread, potato and sugar cards issued I + You could not haf a better friendt + Chairman Convicts and Prisons. But Mr. Seals not only returns with The NOTICE. j,
fifth
to his uncle's house to tell him that if to us. + In sky or land or sea, + I Member Committee Enrolled Bills. good news about his family, but he New River Sunday meeticg of the

:: that cock fight came off he would ar- While we heartily denounce those + Dan Kaiser Vilhelm number two, + Member Committee Municipalities. has with him some very important Missionary and: Sunday
I School Union
r lt.him and all his invited guests and who are responsible for the war, let us + De Lord of Shermany. + Member Committee Pensions. bills the introduction of which into I J I will meet with the Cen
of his buzzards and + + Member Committee Mining and Min-1 I I II I tral Union at Brooker onrrll 2729.
human
b loSr them up. In explanation include those he house will most likely ''
prompt
sudden impulse to enforce the law the maggots: who fatten on the people's + So vat I says dear Gott, is dis: + j j era! Resources. jcussion-from I i Li' one end of the j I'I Delegates bear this in rri"l and go to

j sheriff said, "Why, if that old fool at needs by speculation in foodstuffs. Al! I + Dat ve should still be friendts, + j': I have introduced the following bills (ithe I other. He is to introduce the diS-I'I,I Brooker instead of D .lan.. :.

Tallahassee should hear of that fight so' those producers who withhold or + Und you should help to send my +i' A bill to pay Confederate soldiers i providing for state inspection of all W. G. LAW. "I "

: my job wouldn't be worth a cuss.-" destroy products for the.sake. of raising + foes + 'and their widows monthly. educational institutions and I J. F .KICKIITER! ,
|i requiring .
: J Tallahassee cor. to Arcadia Enterprise. I I prices. Among the latter the case + To meet deir bitter endts.If +, I A bill to collect taxes from the j(that the teachers of parochial schools I J. 0. POITELL,

i -- 'of President Greweke of the Cook + you dear Gott, vill dis me do + "! State Farm. I j I II Committee

i The Vero Weekly Bulletin, comes to county ((111.) Truck Gardeners' Asso- + I'll nuddin ask again, + \' A bill to close; moving picture thea- : '

us regularly from Davenport, Iowa, ciation, has become infamous. He said i+ Und you und, I vill bardners be +. :tres on Sunday. I'I I For Your Child' (ough.Here's I II

where we presume it is printed. It is "It is to the farmer's interest to + For evermor-Amen! + I A bill to pay states attorneys' trav-1 I :,

I: a handsome paper devoting most of throwaway from one-half to two- + + '[eling expenses when he goes: out of Spring Colds I a plea ant (ouI1 syrup: that

its space to the exploitation of Vero thirds of his crop if he keeps up + But listen, Gott it must be quick + the county on business of the county. every child likes t? tab Dr. Bell's ;

advantages. It was at Vero St. Lucie the prices." + Your help to me you sendt + Was glad to hear from you. I i \ Pine Tar Hone). If your fhild has a 'I
: Are. the Worst deep hacking ccugh that worries
county where some time ago remainsof He has probably many followers. + Or else I haf to stop attack + Yours respectfully I i; give him Dr. Bell's Pine Tar yon

the primitive man were found, as The Lord, who helped us against the + Und only play defend. + A. D. ANDREWS. I j.I They lead to catarrh and the soothing pine balsam relieve Honey the, '

well as of a number of animals from lion and the bear in our former troubles + So four und twenty hours I gif + These committees are very important, cough, loosens the phlegm and heals ,

antediluvian times and the Bulletin will help us through this also + To make de Allies run, + but we had expected that Mr. Andrews pneumonia. They weaken the the irritated tissues. Get 4 bottle today

therefore claims Vero as "the earliest though no one knows what will hap- + Und put me safe into mein blace, + would be recognized as a man for important entire system and leave it unable at your druggist: and start treatment

peopled place in the world." Perhapsthis pen in the meantime for people will + De middle of de sun. + business. His record in the to resist the sudden at once, 25c. ((3))

may have some advertising value have to get food-somehow. Let us + + lower house gave him a prestige in the changes. They interfere with <

but we doubt that the pictures of the try 'ke the situation as bearable + If you do dis, I'll do my bart, + senate at once. your digestion and lessen your act- .4'ti

horrible beings ,once inhabiting the as ;tm through the growing of + I'll tell de vorld de fact; + ivity. Neglected they soon become ) .
place will cause nervous persons to food' : and the elimina- + But if that dread disease known as systemic ( Schedule changes 12:01 a. m.
'crops frugality you don't, dyn I must tink + Tallahassee, April 11, 1917. catarrh. Don't k
neglect them. iDecember 31
of their shirts in their 1916. Trains \\ill.
jump out eagerness tion of waste. + Id is an hostile act. +
Editor Telegraph-Beg to advise thatI It's costly as well as dangerous. run as follows: t ,
to buy land there. The Telegraph has never been a calamity + Den var at once I vill declare + :
have <
just received letter $
htwler but we believe it is our + An in mein rise + your asking J
t- Soon after Governor Catts' electionthe anger what committees I have been assignedto PERUNAWill > Jacksonville to Tampa. 4 i

"Roamer" a little patrol steamer duty to pen the eyes of the public to + Und send mein .Zepp'lin ship towage + and wish to state that I am on the No. 3---____________10-0 a. m. ..,
the coming state of affairs, so that + + 4> No. 1 .________
used by Shell Fish Commissioner Hodges following: ------ 11:14 p. m. .t ,
they can'prepare to meet them when + A fight in de skies. + Safeguard You '
was divorced from her armamentof up Member Committee on Claims. No. 15 "Floridian"____ 2,52 p. m. 4
they arrive. All signs point toward + + .
r two one-pounder guns. Mr. Hodges the fulfillment of our prophecy. 1+ Dis ultimatum now, dear Gott + Member Member Committee on Judiciary., Have a box of Peruna Tab- Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 4
felt bad this Committee
naturally over dehorningand S + Is one of many more; on Miscellaneous lets with you for the sudden > No. 21-_____________ 4:56 p. m. 4
the "Roamer" has been down in 4I Legislation.
DRAINAGE LEAGUE ANGRY '
IS
+ Mein mind is settled up to clean cold or exposure. Tone your system 4' _
the bow ever since. The fishermen" oft AT ACTION OF GOVERNOR + De whole vorld off de floor. + Member Committee on Organized up with a regular course of the $> Tampa to Jac sol'rine. 4 ,.i

Bay and Franklin saith "Ha! ha! and + Because vas mein + Labor. liquid Peruna, fortify it against > No. 4_______________ 3:37p.m.4 :
bardner
: I pointed the finger of scorn at both. Declare He Promised to Insure Drainage + you Member Committee on Public Lands. colds. get your digestion up to normal <8> No. 2_____-_____-___ 5:0a.m.4 ,.j
Gott
; But now by government order the armament + + Chairman Committee on.County Or- take care of yourself,and avoid No. 16 "Floridian" 5p"4 p. m. 4
But Now Abandons It. An
schifhce
extra is + .
r has been restored. Mr. Hodges'satisfaction giffen, ganization.I dzzZei. If you are suffering now begin $ ',

will not be long-lived, +.So help at vonce, or else I'll be + feel that I was taken care of whenit the treatment at once. Give ?> Cedar Key to Jacbonnlle.Xo. 4
TALLAHASSEE 5.-Ever-
however for if the government does I April + De emperor of heffen. + came to the committee appoint- Nature the help she needs to throw <> 20___-_:________ 9J27: a. m.
glades drainage got into the center of + -Exchange.BRADFORD'S .. + & uu tLe: catarrhal inflammation, and
t not commandeer the vessel before that I the stage at the capital today when + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 ments. I t again become welL > [ :
Starke and Wann 4
: : time by the ides of June the newly Everglades headquarters was openedat Yours very truly, Peruna has been helping people *

appointed shell fish commissioner, Mr. !I the Leon hotel, and the preliminaries A. S. CREWS. I I fcr 44 years. Thousands of homes I?>. (Daily Except Sunday) 4 ::4
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: Williams will take charge, so that Mr. 1 1I arranged for what promises to be REPRESENTATIVES Mr. Crews made his debut in the > i rclf on it for coughs, cold and indi
I : Hodges is only enjoying a short "gal- ![.I one of the most unique lobbying stunt: ARE KEPT BUSY house of representatives by a forceful : estion. It's a good tonic for the *<& No. 104 Arri.-es Starke 2j45 p. m. '
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weak, as well
: genfrist. speech, in which he nominated R. A. !
;ever seen here during a legislative it-s- Continued T. J. GRIFFIN 4U
-- I(I ( From Pale 1.) ; Green; of this county for chief clerk. I ,
: THE OUTLOOK. sion.An i i The Peruna Company, igent.; (it \
He thus f
made himself
t ;:, I I Everglades garden in the city conspicuous at ,; Cc..m.bIlS, Ohio ; rjl
'" I park in front of the hotel, an exhibitof for Women at Tallahassee. once as a man of ability, and the | ;
[ Well we are at war again-or in a pictures and maps in the hotel lobby Industrial training schools for boys f speaker, when making his appoint- : __ _:
"state of war" if that sounds less and a series of illustrated evening I and girls. 1 -

.. ominous. Many Americans are against lectures on the hotel veranda are the Repeal of the Bryan primary law JACKSONVILLE CATTLE MARKET

V the war; they blame the speculators features of the program by which the and return of second primary system. I f

for starting it and deplore the enormous advocates of drainage legislation hopeto Initiative; referendum and recall for | The Interstate Stockyard, Talley- i .
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expenditures and the partial impoverishment attract attention and gain votes for all elective! officers and also for judicial 'rand avenue report on the local live MATTHEWS

of the masses which will their propaganda.A opinions. "stock market, by Williamson & Dennis I

be the result. Yet we do not see how carload of black, rich Evergladesmuck I Taxation of all church-owned : is as follows: I I I I I .
could I Arl Well III
we have property ian Driller
r accepted alternative !
any arrived today and with the permission except on which church Goats, 2 3-4 to 3 1-2c. ,,
under the circumstances. or pastot's -
Better be of the city council and the Sheep, 5 to 9c. j
or parochial home i is .
located. .
i : poor with honor than rich with shame.It Woman's Town Improvement Association I Lambs 7 to lie. I have had twenty-four years experience 10 t

__'seems L to_ be., the_. destiny., _. as well as was deposited in the nark. A Examination for teachers in private i Choice hos-S.-: 1BO Ihs and. iin.-... SI'.5; ,, !
IHKIICKC ui uic uiiiiea States 10 put big circular flower bed in front of the and denominational schools just as |"to $13. T----- Well in Florida.
:". an end to a slaughter of teachers in public schools. drilling
enormity 1
S hotel was filled with muck, and a number Medium to good hogs 160 lbs and up
which far surpasses the world's previous of big boxes More liberal libel laws. $12 to $12.25.Good .

... records. of the park walks.arranged Bedding along plants one Sale cf all state lands in the Ever- light hogs, 125 and 150 Ibs, $11 / guarantee to satisfactorily complete all!!

We are fully confident that our navy were set in the flower bed, and the glades and diversion of monies from to $12. _
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;; on which the brunt of the fighting will boxes were planted with vegetables sale to school fund. Would leave the I Good pigs 65 to 120 lbs, $9.25 to CONTRACT===: :1

fall will be able to cope with the situation grains and forage crops such as drainage to purchasers.One $9.50.

,: and all points exposed to peril i South Florida. The unloading grown of more justice of Supreme Court, .J I Hogs, 150 lbs or over, will bring $2 Raiford :-: Florida ,4
will be guarded. In Bradford county, the black increasing total to 6 and making two hundred ."
soil its sharp contrast with per more than these prices if .. .
: Florida the only military activity likely working divisions of 3 each. '
Also
the yellow clay of Leon county and two' they kill hard.

;,. 'I. to be seen will be soldiers and war the work of planting the beds attracted additional stenographers for court. Fed steers, choice to prime, heavy, __ IiT-T ..,

:, engines passing by on the trains. Our much attention, and members were Making saloon keepers liable to suit $9.50 to $10; good to choice 8.25 to ---- -_ .!

people are undemonstrative and not told that they would be given the opportunity in certain cases of drunkenness. $9; fair to good, $7.75 to $8.
:; i likely to manufacture sentiment. What of seeing seeds germinate State-owned printery. Florida bean fed steers, 600 lbs and The "Clean Up and Paint Up" Twins
;; few Germans are here are all old dwel- Increase in contingent fund from ,
and plants grow in the muck so that up, $7 to $7.50. --
:: ;: much lers among us. industrious quiet and they would be able to judge for themselves $2,500 to $6,000 annually. Bean fed steers, 500 to 600 lbs, $6.75to r ,-. .__:' '.:.' _' ,_ ;:; ;- 1 --1;
respected and that they will continue Increase pensions for old soldiers. _1 tltD.ES 1.e.TI"V.,.. !
whether $8.25.
or not it worth The _
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'f to enjoy the rights to which our drainage and development.The Perpetual reservation for Seminole Light steers, $6 to 650. -_J.-;!- '-' ......;... : 'o\I.U" Mt TO "'nobucuII "J
{ .. constitution entitles them we have no Indians. 'T3 'tOil 'hl.UP"'h
"' recommendation by Governor Grass-fed steers 500 lbs and $5 &
up
doubt Our sheriff and his efficient Catts in his to the Increased clerical help in governor'soffice. to $5.50. %I5S'cLatiP'Ab.
legislature
t message
$ staff will keep matters well in fTU.1f1 uf' T1I"I """iLL
hand proposing that the remaining state Grass bulls $4.50 to $5.25. t ML arows P. ,errcA.HOMt
f ; and the telegraphs, telephones and automobiles lands in the Law requiring"flying of flags on all Grass -. TOWN-
J 4 Everglades be sold for cows, 500 lbs and up, $4.50 to .. -
will put them on the scene from five to six dollars an acre, the public buildings, including schools. $5. ._" AIoL Jot,. '" TIoIe

[1: of possible disturbances in a very short proceeds turned over to the state Privilege tax on holders of large Heavy bulls, $6 to $7. b _CMo..S

t 1. time.The economical school fund, and the drainage of the tracts of undeveloped lands. Light bulls $5.50 to $5.75. -' 4 Q
situation is discouraging Guaranty bank
deposit law.
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Everglades abandoned, far Herridicks. $5.25 to $5.75.
so state
as
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to all, but mostly to those Better '
so
shipping facilities
effort is concerned aroused the indig- for the Calves, $6 to $9.50.
l vho are not farmers. Living will cost nation of the producer. Fat cow's
Everglades delegation, : $6 to 825.
1' ,; highe.r than ever before and food will who New state building. Medium
expressed surprise and amazement cows, $4.50 to $5.50.
. be very scarce at times. While we "Friend of the
convict"officer
the to
l- over governor's change: of Canners $4 to $4.75.
can manage to get along with suit oft ascertain I
a front on the complaints and needs of
; subject. It is said that Oxen $4.50 to $6.50. :
sackcloth: and ashes
,
we cannot dof'
during his primary campaign Catts .
t without food. We -
must grow all the -
" signed a written pledge to -

tL:1> 'f; see eatables that possible the home and market the growers be must plans for a special drainage support commis-the KIDNEYS INFLUENCE
%
supplied WHOLE
':. ';1. efore produce is sent away. By industry sion and the bonding of the state landsto SYSTEM
finance
Everglades .
drainage, and
>. .J economy co-operation, charity, ,
that in the event of his insistence

t'(:. oj"t blind good tigers sense we and will the* yet suppression pull through.of I'his will present be revived suggestion and given, publicity.this pledge upon It AND EFFECT THE GENERAL HEALTH


: .f A SERIOUS SITUATION I, is also said that when he was running

:.. .. I jfcr governor Catts made several Few know the importance of the often results.Dr. ; ,. .. ...1. .
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:- ," j I promises to audiences along the east functions of the j -
; ? Camile Flammarion in his book kidneys. All the average Livingston's Root and Herb Tea
coast that
he
: .... I would help to secure the man knows is that kidney trou- acts L
"The
? End of the World, interestingly kind of promptly and directly on the kid-
..i : legislation now advocated by ble cause backache, and he is
sketches I totally ,
the
different which neys strengthening and
ways by ihe restoring
k Everglades delegation and that its : unfamiliar with many other signs of them.
)
.men and animals might come to an Lirepretentation Purely 'e2etable-27: roots,
L !: end-by the sweep of a comet by flood I II'mainly responsible for the which were 'I;he serious realize derangement. Neither does herbs and flowers-it cannot harm the I L.j _._._7 ?
big vote the direct actio
nof the kidneys
. i- fire drouth, etc., and draws upon his; polled for him in Broward most delicate. Improvement is noticed -
I and Dade on the blood
rich imagination for the scenes of horror counties both in the nerves and general from the first dose, and with each
,:; by which the different modes of j|f eral election. primary and g-en-I health. Acting as filters every dropof I succeeding dose the benefit becomes

4- destruction would be attended. But: I j None of the Everglades I blood must be purified by them. If I more apparent. If you have the least -
: members or J they are diseased, '
c destruction through while j impure blood results sign of kidney
hunger, the( lobbyists seemed trouble don't delay;
cast
down discouraged and the '
or
1 i seasons were still normal, he could not: '! by the -I whole system is impoverished. your very life may depend on quick We have the
governor's attitude; al- A dull pain in "the small of the back" decision. goods to do it with
possibly imagine. But had he ..livednow I though they admitted their I j Get a 50c package of Dr.
surprise j swelling of the ankles .
the thing would have appeared i': and disappointment puffs and circles Livingston's Root and Herb Tea take
.. over his failure toI under
: feasible enough. Where so many eat: redeem his the eyes, scanty urination it and let this greatest of Nature's
campaign
: :' and waste.and so few produce, vhe
- shipload after shipload of good food I :with their fight, and go apprehension, rapid loss of appetite your druggists, or mailed by the Livingston .
expected to win
are buried in the where the and weight-all these spell kid- Medicine Co.
; c sea, farmers (regardless of what No. 1740 Main
be
L4 are called from the grain field j'f I'nor's position. may the gover- ney trouble, and steps should be taken St.. Jacksonville Fla., on receipt of I Starke, Fla.
at I
ik once, as dread Brights Disease price. _


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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLOIUDA.
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F I GYPSY FESTIVAL A MARKED .MRS. WALTER SILCOX. 0=0.- -0= :I
TELEGRAPH'S HONOR
SUCCESS. r LASSIFIE ROLL 1

Mrs. Walter Silcox died at her home
D
. Bits of LocalInformation Tuesday evening at the High School east of Starke, Friday, April 6th, after V ADVERTISING Names of Those Who Paid Subscription 1
auditorium,Mrs. Hughes presented the a short illness. The interment took During March. 1 i
"Gypsy Festival" by thirty-five well- place at Kingsley lake cemetery Saturday oi>G.OAO0=0 I

II trained young people. The concertwas Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke, of FOR SALE-Two good horses. Sam W. E. Griffis, Paul Engel S. L. Ires-! f

for the benefit of the piano fund, ficiating.The Rosenberg, Starke. 29tf. cott, A. Steinecker, B. D. Kelly! J*,. L. i
and the sum of $28 was realized which deceased, whose maiden name McNeal, Drew Reddish, W. J. Goc-lge,
11111 II c..ut..l 0- ?.&.. w........ ... will be applied on the payment of the was Effie Harris, was a daughter of FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. Mrs. C. E. Murrhee, Mrs. Louise Tanner, J. '!;
?, NU" fIN CmUr..4 r.... instrument now used in the auditor Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harris, and was E. F. Johns. 4-13-1't. II. Dowling, R. W. Surnney, SI T. {

born near Starke 21 years ago. About Dowling, John Ewouds, Rev W. G.
ium.The Gypsy Festival is a bright little five years ago she was married to Mr. FOR SALE-Good milch cow, has second Law, W. A. Bessent, Jr., T. E. Mur i
operetta, full of beautiful songs, act- Walter Silcox, and they have lived calf. L. W. Kickliter, 413tf. rhee, W. A. Colley, Wm. n sue:, E. I t
Mayor Joe Hill Williams was a visitor I II ing, etc., and the participants all wore near Starke ever since. Mrs. Silcox Hicks, W. R. Hodge, H. E. Fortner, .l
to Jacksonville Wednesday. I V. R. Prevatt, of Lawtey, was in fancy costumes to suit characters rep- was a devout Christian and had all the FOR SALE-My farm and dairy with D. E. Johnson, 0. E. Alvarez, Lieut.
town Wednesday visiting relatives. r"Rowell" The last part of the even- virtues which make true womanhood,] growing crop and stock. J. R. Hal Bloxham Ward, R. W. Camera tV.. F.
Judge J. T. Wills, of Gainesville, informs us that Joe branch inf was given over'to a most taking and she had a host .friends. who will ligan, Starke, Fla. 3-30-2t. Godwin, Dr. S. E. Driskeli, M. W. ;

paid Starke a visit Monday. has gone dry and that the danger from little play in one act, "The Knot of miss her presence and bless her memory Mann, H. Freeman, Mrs 1... M. Wain- :
__ '''submarines is over. White Ribbon," which was played by .. Of near relatives she leaves her FOR SALE-First house north of depot -I(Iright.G. W. Dyal, S. B. Woodard.jDan 1
J. M. Muse, of Lawtey, was in three high school girls. husband, a little daughter, 4 years old, be on Tenth street, with 4 lots, will Shipley, G. W. Anderson, Dr. W. E. i
Starke Tuesday. Mr. J. P. Tomlinson, Sr., of Valdosta Those taking part in the Gypsy Fes- a little son 2 months old, her mother, Radney.sold cheap if sold soon. A. B. I Middleton, B. Johns, H. H. Hall, r. A. j!
Ga., came down to spend Sundayand tival were as follows: four brothers and four sisters. The 3-23-4t. Marks, J. M. Rosier, J. J. Sile')x, flarIvey -
Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., spent the.week' Monday with his son, Dr: J. P. Queen, Lorena Alvarez. sympathy of all goes out to the be- FOUND-Purse containing small sum White, J. Cl: Barry, Mr?. J! W. f i
end with her mother in Starke. Tomlinson. This was his first visit to Fortune Teller, Lucile Tatum. reaved family. of money. Finder may have same 'Loadholtz, J. W. Bielling, Mrs. $elia !

Starke and our town impressed him Yankee Peddler.., Carr Colley.. by proving property and paying for Taylor, A. A. Futch, Silas Kite, rack
Joseph Bolt, a progressive farmerof favorably.The uypsies, ttnei; Griffin, vmrette THE STRAWBERRY MOVEMENT.The this advertisement. Inquire at Bankof Addison, J. R. Tison, H. G. Crawford I,
Brooklyn, was in town Monday. Floyd, Margaret Livingston, Dorothy Starke. 462t. Dr. B. T. Fortner, A. A. McR/ie, jGeo. I
street paving stands at about Edwards, Iris Epperson, Louise Andrews strawberry shipping from hereis Prescott, W. L. Thomas, Mrs' (I. B. !
M. P. Matheny, of Brooker, was. a the same point as two weeks ago, Kate Young, Nellie Mott, Hazel o nthe decline, though it has never BARGAIN FOR CASH-26 acres un Sapp, J. J. Staf, Geo. Cone F. BJcks, i
visitor to Starke Monday. parts of Cherry and Ninth streets still' Warren, Joe Wainwright, Nelson reached anything like the magnitudeof cleared land on StarkeSandersonpublic J. D. Carmichael, S. J. Norman, )!. B.

remaining unpaved. Looks like we Green, Thomas Turner, Hamilton former seasons. The quantity exported road 2 miles south Heilbronn Warren. I
Mrs.Wills., left Wednesdayfor will celebrate the end of the war and Ritch, Comer Long, Ellis Thornton, now is small, caused partly by Springs, $10 per acre. Inquire Telegraph .._ i
Jacksonville, where she will visit the completion of the paving at the Charles Darby, Julian Canova, Ruffin the thrips, but according to the opinion office. 413tf. Lawton Crawford, son of T. A. C aw-
the family of Mr. J. T. Wills, Jr. same time. Edwards, Harry Canova. of different men, also to an insuffi- ford, who has lately lived in Ranjlton
Little Gypsies, Mary Canova, Flor-, cient supply of potash in the soil and WANTED-Man and wife, or any par- county, has sold out his be'onjjngs
RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves Mrs. S. A. Bryan and daughter, Miss ence Andrews, Ruth Poppell, Isla Pop- to the fact that the Klondyke variety ty who can invest'$2,000 (two thou- I,and joined Uncle Sam's army.
rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc. Gertrude, are very ill at their home on pell, Gussie May Bennett, Alma Sapp, is deteriorating. The shipments since sand dollars) cash and take personal 1
Water street. The following ladiesare Edna Manning, Ruby Davis. our last writing have been as follows: tharsje of a new up-to-date mercan-
L. A. Davis, Jr., has' been supplying giving them careful nursing: Mrs. Play in one act, "A Knot of White Friday-By express, 184 bushels, by : tile business as partner with half I PUSH THEl
the home market with very fine on- Quinn, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Bryan's Ribbon." refrigerator cars, 225 bushels. Prices : interest in the business. The inven-
ions. :sister, Mrs. Powers, of Mulberry, a Miss Esther Farling, Miss Anna Ca- averaged $1.75.SaturdayBy. tory of the stock amounts to $10,000
'daughter, and Mrs. G. S. of today and hP"UNIUb!
Bryan nova.Marjorie express, 198 bushels, we guarantee by agree- )LEA
Miss Onie Edwards has returned Plant City, daughter-in-law of Jlrs.Bryan. Brant (Miss Farling's by refrigerator cars, 300 bushels. Pri- ment $100 profit monthly, subject, if
home, after spending several days in niece), Miss Florence Matthews. ces averaged $4, but in the evening party has sore experience in this
Jacksonville with relatives. Libbie (An old servant), Miss Cleo went down to $1.50. Jim and has some cash carital. No CAMPA3QW r I IOctnupand

For a short time we offer the "Pe- Mitchell. :\Ionday-By express, .260 bushels, HillS neat inquire. After a perioJ I
We are glad to state that Mrs. C. A. tite," charming little folder portrait5 Piano music between acts by Miss by refrigerator cars, 240 bushels. Pri- of six months, if not satisfactory, I I
Mixon is recovering after a serious ill- for 90 cents. Dainty, modern, Ruby Poppell. ces around $3; a few fancy at $4. party can withdraw. For more information ., 6ZT7-
ness. beautifully( finished. A portrait of real Violin and piano music, Harry Ca- Tuesday-By express, 271 bushels, write to P. 0. Box 324, ; s
quality. Just-what you wanted, but nova and Mrs. J. F. Canova. by refrigerator cars, 260 bushels. Prices Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf.
We are glad to note that several vacant could not buy at a reasonable p1''c(>. The evening's entertainment was a averaged 275. '
lots in Starke are being plowed The bargain of a lifetime if you cone marked success, and all who had the Wednesday-By express, 84 bushels, Make your letterheads advertise (T-3
up and prepared to bear crops. right now. The time is short. Hoover pleasure of seeing the performance by refrigerator car, 175 bushels. Pri- [your business. Give them individual
Bros. Studio. were delighted with both music and ces averaged $2.50. ity, make them distinctive, noticeablenot
Mr. W. T. Tompkins and family acting. To Mrs. Nelle Hughes is duea commonplace. Use good stock
spent.last week in Jacksonville with We notice that Pinellas county is vote of thanks for her faithful workin AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. and have them printed by the, Tele-'I r \1> j
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friends and relatives. raising $6,000 to finance the Boy Scout producing this charming play for y1 f '
activities in that county for two years. the benefit of the piano fund. .

Mrs. Walter Williams, of Valdosta, Mr. L. C. Ray, our former townsman, F.The LaRowe revival and conducted W. T. McGuire by Revs.which W. wEdars'Markef 'Nomes tvns Ssaut ultItgl..t I
treasurer of the GRAIN ELEVATORS IN MINNESOTA ,
Ga. is the guest this week at the Boy Scouts Organizing has been held at the Christian church .
Committee and is LOST IN BLAZE. !
home of Mrs. James Mitchell. doing active will close et.p..na.
work to further the interests of the tonight (Friday). The ser- Palnlup Cimpikin Bureau it
scouts. MINNEAPOLIS Minn., April 10.- vices have been well attended and so 411 N. tab Una, Si. Urit. U. jjVE I
Screen 'em out-We have the goods. well 1
I It Two grain elevators were destroyed by appreciated that many additionsto ARC FELLOW MEM6E
Lumber & Supply Co.
Quigley the church have been Meat i
t Mrs. T. J. McBeath, who has been fire, believed to have been of incendiary made. It is My market has been

L & Ritch, of Raiford, was in spending several days with friends and origin, early today. The total hoped these earnest that those and who have not heard moved to old Cracker Six I
Starke Saturday. He reports much relatives in Jacksonville and Starke, loss will be nearly $500,000, it was e=- capable preacherswill Buckets, Brushes; Broopis
come tonight.
stand. When
for Raiford.L. returned home Sunday, accompaniedby timated. you need
progress This I
her daughter, Mrs.' R. A. Weeks, National Guardsmen patrolling the afternoon at 2:30 baptism of Dutch cleanser and cleater -

H. Hill, Lawtey's busy real estate and children, and Miss Anna Darby, district, reported that in both instances the Crosby new lake.converts It will will be take place at Fresh Meats, I
man, had business in Starke Mon- who came to spend the day here.- several explosions were heard in well worth an imposing and Washing povvde .
Green Cove Times. the structures before the flames were ceremony, witnessing.. Sausage Etc. Sii ,
day.C. discovered.The "
Just in-A line of and Marfield Grain Company was FREE OF CHARGE. !
R. Ensey spent a few days of new paint
this and last week with his family in white wash brushes. Quigley Lumber the heaviest loser. More than lOO/iOO Why suffer with indigestion, dyspepsia Give me a call. Nothing kept!

Starke. & Supply Co. bushels of wheat, valued at about torpid liver, constipation, sour but the best. Perfect sanita- F. KICKLIIER '
$:!OOOOO, were burned. The buildingwas : stomach, coming-up-of-food-after-eat-
Mrs. C. W. Liddon has rented her The sheriff's office evidently believesin valued at $150,000.; inp, etc., when you can get a sample I tion. Low prices .
An hour earlier the Quinn-Shepoerd- bottle of Green's August Flower free I
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property here and returned to Jackson preparedness. Immediately upon ,
the news of the declaration of war last son Company's elevator, several blocks at C. P. Cason's drug store. This medicine -
ville to be with her daughters.
I Friday morning, Deputy Cameron away, was destroyed by fire with a has remarkable curative proper- STARKE. FLAS
Mr. Lucian Wainright, of Jackson- went down town and bought a quartof loss of approximately $50,000.; The ties, and has demonstrated its efficiency J. W. EDWARDS : a: i ii
structure contained by fifty years of success. Head-
ville, spent Friday here with his mother cartridges. There is no trouble in 20,000 bushels of
and other relatives. sight, but the officers want to be pre- corn.More aches are often caused by a disordered
pared. than 50,000 bushels of grainin stomach.
August Flower is in 25 and I I- --- -----0.-- .
with box cars on side tracks near the elevators put up :
Break your cold or lagrippe a PROTRACTED SERVICES AT THE valued at $100,000, were dam- 75 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers 'r
few doses of 666.
in civilized countries.
METHODIST CHURCH. aged by fire and water. .
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''Mr. Henry Freeman, who is teaching in '
SCORES KILLED IN EXPLOSION GERMAN LAUNCH CAPTURED AT If want the
in the Tampa High School, spent Services at the Methodist church are FERNANDINA. you
I Sunday with his father, Dr. A. H. being held every afternoon and even- .. ; '
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Page ) I
Freeman. ing this week. '
> __ Mr. Barr, the regular pastor, is as- I II I ATLANTA, Ga., April 10-A launch Highest Quality
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter, sisted by Mr. Hartridge, of Jackson- I and it is feared the final death list manned by a German-speaking crew, ,
Mibel, spent the week-end with her ville, and they are conducting most will reach 150. and carrying more than 500 gallons of i!
daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. interesting and helpful meetings every How any of the 300 or more employes gasoline, was captured several days
day. Mr. Hartridge'has a special in the building in which was stored ago off the Georgia coast, and taken to Printingat .
The High School building has been gift in song and all who hear him are approximately 30,000 shells, escapedis I Fernandina, Fla., according to a letter ;
connected with the public sewerage delighted with his voice. a mystery, as there was scarcely a received here today by Charles S. Ag- .
system and no more evil smells are Everyone cordially invited to come fragment of the structure left intact. new, state game and fish commission
remarked in that neighborhood.. to the meeting this afternoon at 3:30 Fire added to the horror, and most of er. Least Cost i I
and this evening at 7:30.HALLIGANKUHL.. the bodies were so badly charred that The capture was made by a revenue "
Mrs. F. A. Scott is visiting the different identification was impossible. cutter, Mr. Arnow said, adding that it I
schools of Hamilton and Suwan- Rumors of plots and arrests werenumerous had caused much speculation as to try us. <
Bee counties, in the interest of health after the disaster, but all whether or not there was any truth in i ;
education. On Saturday evening, the seventh, lacked confirmation. Detectives reported reports of German submarines in the i
.at eight o'clock, Mr. Ted H. Halligan the explosion apparently was purely Gulf of Mexico. Only one of the Ger- i
Kuhl unitedin accidental I man crew spoke English, Mr. Arnow We print Any thing from a
The Abe Block & Co's. line and Miss Katherine were and advanced the theory
of Rev. that I said. He had no information to show .
the holy bonds matrimony, shrapnel placed near a radiator Visiting card to a Catalogue
of.Boys' Clothes at Alvarez. ..T. L. Z. Barr, of the Methodist church, might have caused it. An official of where they came from.

I officiating. the company, however, said there ne\-
Mrs.' D. M. Gornto, who has been I The marriage took place at the homeof er was more than half a ton of powderin Launch Was Brought In. The

visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Epperton the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the building, and that this never Fernandina, April 10.-A launch .
returned to her home Jackson- W. B. Kuhl, and was a very quiet af was in bulk. bearing the name Joyeuse, said to be ;
: yule last Tuesday. fair-only the immediate relatives be The explosion occurred about 10
bound from Miami to New York, was Bradford County Telegraph ;
I ing present. The bride was charmingly o'clock in what is known as the "10 F" brought here Friday by a coast guard ,
Chief Kite has quit looking for common attired in blue silk crepe de chine, building, a two story structure 75; by cutter. After an examination of the /
ordinary American fakers and with accessories to match. 300 feet. In this building time fuses crew and boat the yacht was released Starke, Fla. !
keeps his eyes peeled for submarinesmd Mr. Halligan is cashier of the Bank were prepared, more than 80 per cent and went on her way. It is said that .
Zeppelins. of Starke, and is a young man of excellent of the workers being women and girl s. when the Joyeuse left Miami she cart -
character and business qualifications : Probably fifty men and boys were employed ried 2,000 gallons of gasoline. I
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Burnsed, of ; while his bride is a young lady. in the building at the time o t :
Green Cove, spent a few days withttlatives of many graces of disposition and ed- the blast and most of them escaped.. ---r-

.; here. They returned home ucation. Mr. and Mrs. Halligan are '......,..' '. '.. .'<,... ., '.<'.::'.....:... ''' '''.''':'''',V...'<.'x.. ..XJ.d""r'_H"",, ",<-,<. .{ <.<,:;,..<,'.<....:'...7.'..,....,<''....,.."" .,,)' ...'r',",".,:x.ti*.M':%.,.".<, fonday. occupying the Liddon cottage on North. New York, -April Information ':}i" t'\'\ ; ;
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where at hometo \ Jji' ;_ ; : ;
Walnut street, they are was received at the offices of the Mid- : I

Mr. Powell Carpenter, who for sevI their many friends. : vale Steel Company in this city that ,. .y. -,.:: A.. .A__.'.; ....',. .., -_ ., _.. .........-, .....__.....,....,_...:.,.... ...."...: ..".. ..;, ; .
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extends congratulations .. A> .v. "" "' <
oral years past has been in the employof The Telegraph I the explosions occurred in the powder <' t/ ."" ; .
Mitchell's Drug Store, left last Fri 'and wishes for them a long and department of the Eddystone Ammu- 'y" il.li I : 0 ''i'.

I-: day pharmacy.for Macon, where he will study. hapnv married life. nition to have Co. Many been injured.persons were The powder reported : '. lv'!. .?:}! 11: \; 'illm@
Just for a little while: the "Petite" building was said to be on fire, but no '' t1)jl, P APRIL 16th. AND 17th" I
NOTICE-See our -clean-up campaign folder portrait, 5 for 90 cents. Beau fear was felt that the flames would !
; ad in another. column. Starke tifully finished, dainty, modern, a por ,. spread to other buildings. c ? dn '.'4rtg
Hardware Co. 462t. trait of quality. You cannot afford to 'fl"/ e 1& @1N"I! pl'v ; I

the miss time this is bargain.short. Hoover Come Bros.right Studio.away, Chester, Pa., April 11.-A statement ::/ : ;tl' I It mm mn IOOm! /-.A. f. ,; \;

i M. Leviton, of Valdosta, has spent a :, today by a high official of the Eddy- .. ; s .,1 ,
!,few days in Starke this week. Mr. I stone Munitions Corporations placed U j' :"i : WHITE & SON j[t J.fl It Ii

f i ,Leviton acted like he was prospecting, of There the country is more than Catarrh all In other this diseases sertiotv the blame of yesterday's disastrous dO" f J. W. .4i1J(, r i '

J ft least his many friends believe he put together and for y ars It was sup explosion on a disloyal employe, who ... G 'J" ..
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f intends to move back to Starke. posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed is thought to have sacrificed his own ..:l, '. i l j .. \<- .r, T.M., if iifiibr ) : '
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remedies and by constantly ; fk ;.I':' >> I" .
local life with the 116 known dead, most of ". '''' : : g :: : ...f; I If
treatment "
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with local *
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I pronounced facing to it cure incurable Catarrh is a whom were girls and young women. '; 1 t ,.f m @IL@IDTjsr' ; rmf \ DTT1\1@1?' 9rM(fl..f43.i j. !1; !!
Large quantities of potato vineswere I influenced by constitutional \ ,, 'J.".. 't. .' I,
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local disease greatly Some believed a time bomb was placed ... .. of ;I' .
I therefore requires 13 '. .. _._. "r"li"n. Jf"...""if ". ; !
shipped from here Tuesday. They conditions and and that the miscreant before !Vi,: ..,.c-. .. vUl"'J ,,:.... ... '- bh .tart r.a.e, .
were supplied by H. C. Water of constitutional treatment. Hall'sCatarrh escaped vy3 ---4f'-if k .., r/ '.' ? oil' t 'M4.. .r. ."1 I I i
Cure manufactured by F. J. the explosion. . .. .1
SUrke h. ", > fG t. Y i R f'I' I
L and Caswell & Grimes, of Ala Chencj & Co.. Toted Ohio is a constitutional > f i' If r1I1 t-Y > '.c Le'- crb.! I\. .',.., ': 'p1 1 "p-
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t and acts thru! the :Blovl on the Mucous I TM QufiriM That DON _Hot Affect till Head I'. J .. ..'..J.". _, + .,. .,/-' ," "", :"' .,ro-oM"-' +". ,.\ ( .Y.t "
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6t OC O 0OJOOOOCA FERTILIZERS FOR SWEET POTA- SUNLIGHT NECESSARY FOR A HOME GARDENS GROWING POPULAR WILL CAN REMAINDER OF THE

TOES. GARDEN || IN SOUTH. BERRY CROP. J 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillmlm !;mlitn{
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,. ooo.ooo oooo The-sweet potato is one of the most No amount of fertilizer, water and I DANVILLE, Va., April 10.-Even PLANT CITY, April 7.Althoughthe I Good Fertilize '

important crops grown in Florida. It cultivation will make up for the absence before the department of agriculture crest of the season for Plant City
Holmes County-There have been =
.. fourteen carloads of cattle and two of is a source of food for a large partof of sunlight in a garden. Home issued a bulletin urging the raising of strawberries has passed, the lusciousred Good Value l
in the the rural population of the state. gardeners before attempting for the vegetables on vacant city ground, the fruit is still much in evidence at =
hogs shipped from this county It is also used to a large extent for first time to use a back yard or other plan had been largely adopted in Danville the express platform and if proposed == For ')je3riAr .,otlr61\' ;::
last sixteen weeks. Blood
feeding all classes of livestock. Few space should consider carefully how but the possibility of war has arrangements are perfected the grow- = eonsistr:..."orll' 1antaa::; has E::

people realize that the sweet potato many hours a day any part of the yard spurred on those who were at first not ers will continue to realize profits from = most econ tlyiHenanung, al !
Marion County-It seems certain crop in the last few years has been is in shadow from buildings, fences, interested, and now a tour through the their berry fields for some time. c factory n.p"n.i,t khf ard; r.ata! E:\::

; that this county will have a modern nearly equal in value to that of the or trees. At least five hours of sun- different streets of the town reveals II. A. Baker, of Chicago, was here = offered. E p-mlly rUizel1 is 'E::

packing plant to cost, for the plant upland cotton crop, and to half of that light a day is necessary for a success- freshly tilled ground on every back Thursday conferring with shippers and = truenghtnow. YOl.Igctq Ris,! :

't alone, $100,000. This plant will be located of the corn crop of the state. ful garden. The more sunlight they lot or spare acre. growers with a view to securing ber- = ammonia from t.1"IOd and e:
in Ocala and will be owned by In the spring of 1915, a fertilizer get the better it is for most vegetablesFor The chamber of commerce has of- I ries for preserving after the market = 1570 pbphc.r.c l' id from =:

J ; local people. test for sweet potatoes was begun, on this reason it is bad practice to fered substantial prizes for the three ceases to be profitable for shipping. == steamed Jx-ne, at levers! ::

., land that had been used for a fertilizertest put plants of low habit between tall- Lest gardens, back and front, one of According to Mr. Baker's plans, if the == dollars same fooJsfromthefle p-r ten less than'the ::::: ..

St. Johns County-A party of bank- on Japanese cane, during the previous growing plants which will shade them these prizes going to the best garden growers can furnish not less than 100 = ces wouJ! cost B I1r- ::

: ers, farmers and county commissioners seven years. The potatoes were for the greater part of the day. As a kept by colored citizens. One of the bushels per day they can realize eight separately
from a neighboring county visited this planted in the same plots and given 'ule, foliage crops such as lettuce, kale social clubs has offered a prize to the !1.cents per quart f. o. b. for them. The 1- '"

county recently to look over the potato the same fertilizer treatment as the and spinach do fairly well in partial best vegetable garden maintained by berries will not have lobe packed and tllgl7zzozLr

district and to see some of the best Japanese cane. The land on which this shade, but even these must have sun- pupils of the city schools.In topped off, as for the market, which

: stock in the county. One farmer pur- experiment was conducted was a fair shine two or three hours day. Inlaying I order to give impetus to the gar- will be a saving to the growers, and Blood &
TankageUnder
chased $205 worth of pigs while on the grade of high pine land. The sweet out the garden, therefore, the dening spirit a course of gardening has the price offered is fairly profitable

trip and others bargained for a number potatoes grown in 1915 followed Japanese shadier parts should be used for such been included in the curriculum of the -considering the lateness of the sea-

to be delivered as soon as weaned. cane, while the 1916 crop fol- plants and reserve the sunny spaces city high school, and it has already become .

lowed cotton. Eight plots were used .!for those which must have plenty of a marked success. An agent of son.Another proposition to our berry _

in this test. sunlight to grow and fruit properly. the department of agriculture makes from William Kogge,
; Marion County-A number of farmers a growers comes = Under present ==
tiicditiaa:
i The same amounts and kinds of fertilizer ,
weekly tour to half dozen Southern of the Com-
4 visited this county recently to a manager Kogge Packing == this material is,w*believe '::S
i see the livestock and to learn how the were applied to each of the VELVET BEANS FOR BEEF towns In Virginia and North Carolina. pany of Tampa, and has to do with == the best and mosteronomi- ::

animals are managed to best advan- sweet potato plots as had been appliedto She instructs the high-school teachers, the canning of the berries, either at = cal Ammonia PJosphorier ::::
the Japanese cane and cotton in and they, in turn, their knowl- the of small == Acid fertilizer: ed. It ::
tage. The county agent showed them There is Yet Time to Plant Them For pass on Tampa plant, or by means is
six farms with at least $25,000 worthof previous years. Stock Food. edge to the children. The result is outfits furnished by the Kogge Com- = well suited to all! crops; it ::
livestock. The breeds representedwere The same number of pounds of fer- that nearly every high school boy and pany to growers. == funJich'geve.ryt tbingezceptr ==
tilizer was not applied to plot, = potssh. It ii ti standard :
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every has :
girl his or her own little garden
Holstein Polled Angus ...
Jersey, With for fat = material of PROVED
prices hogs at :
but each plot received the same num- quoted erop. :
patch. Back yards which have been PRISON FARM CATTLE EAT SIL-
Hereford and Shorthorns, purebreds
ber of pounds of plant food of each $14 per hundred pounds on the Jack- = making ability; more thin ?
encumbered with rubbish have
and grades, as fine as there are in the element. sonville market, and prime cattle at now AGE. == 100,000 tons hai e actnally- ::
1 state. been cleared, tilled and manured, and = been used in Flo-ida. It
I The first three plots received incom- $10 to $12 a hundred, the importanceof : is :::
there is a demand for land for garden- =:::: rich, pure, a'd'a splendid ?
plete fertilizers, the next four plots a putting every available acre into ing Hardware merchantsare There art two silos on the State humus-builder.
COSTLY HOG PLAGUE. purposes. = ;;: .
i A complete fertilizer, and the eighth plota use cannot be questioned. The fact Prison Farm, each sixteen feet in diameter ;::
selling garde tools =
complete fertilizer together with that a 200-pound hog is worth $28, and before, and aged darkies hg who as have never eked and forty feet high. One of = WHtenowfor. r>rasm.leaflet.nti3rth.prif:(paper.* lid :5inampli 5'::

Millions of dollars are lost annually ground limestone. The fertilizer was an 800-pound steer is worth nearly out them full of corn silage was sufficientto = ?
scanty living
a by gardening
of this through a $100, is of no importance to farmer five hundred of = S
to farmers country given in two equal applications. The a have more than they do for carry head cattle -
< disease among hogs which is clearly first aplication was made on May 30, unless he has the stock to sell. who are too busy are can hiring, men men to through the winter, and it did. The == "From ih. Farm :: i'

preventable, says"a poster issued by and the second on July 19. Triumph I Prime beef cannot be made without look after their gardens. only pasture the stock had was wire =- Back to theWarm" -
the United States department of agri- good feed, and as there are thousands -
sweet potato draws were planted May j Danville, it may be said, is not the grass. -- --
culture. It makes considerable progress 10, in rows six feet apart, and were of acres of waste land in Florida that only town which has taken home EE Armour Fertilizer Works SES

: before it can be detected except set sixteen inches apart in the row. lat some time have been under cultiva- gardening, for reports from up other To Cure a Cold In One Day Jacksonville, Fla 5

by a scientific test, yet at every stage The yields were determined by the tion, these lands can now be put to a Southern cities indicate that the Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the

renders the meat of the animal unfit 1 weighing of the potatoes from each practical use. Although the season is I is being carried on in them on work just .:, Cough Druggists and refund Headache money and>work i it fails off the to cure Cold., 51i iIlllllllllllllll! IIIIIs111ItIlilllllllllllll! ,

for human. The finest looking animals plot and figuring them 60 pounds to 'well advanced, there is still time to such a scale as here. 1;. W. GROVES signature on each box. 25c:.

may be condemned after slaughter at the bushel. The yields are given in plant velvet beans. Don't Let Your Cough Hang O7 .

the packing house.Tuberculosis bushels per acre. I I I The cost of plowing and preparingthe A cough that ra.and weaken h*
THE FOOD SITUATION.Apropos .
1 says the department, Yield 1915-Plot I which receivedno land for velvet beans should not dangerous, it undermines your-lid 1

is increasing among the swine of this phosphorous produced 245.6; plot II exceed $3 an acre. A peck of bean and thrives on nt'1;lect. Relieve.ft A -

country. Hogs, it says, contract the which ,received no ammonia produced seed can be had for 75 cents or less. If of the food situation and in once with Dr. Kin 's New Discorer 1.

disease from being fed the milk of tu 221.6; plot III which received no pot- the crop is planted in good condition, line with the recommendations of the This soothing balsam remedy hew

berculous cows, from having access to ash produced 99.6; plots IV, V, VI, and the beans should yield from 12 to 15 board of county commissioners and the throat, loosens the phlegm, its ivs
the droppings or bedding of infected VII which received complete fertilizers bushels per acre, which if pastured off tf.-ertic! properties kill the germaul ?
Couity Agent Caswell, the Live Oak r
dairy cows, or from eating raw garb- produced 259.6, 252.0, 216.0, 222.0, respectively by cattle will feed two steers for thirty Democrat the cold is quickly broken up. Q&:\
age, slaughterhouse offal or dead ; and plot VIII which received days and put them in fair conditionfor conference publishes which a call for a food dren and grown-ups alike'find -Dfc.]i

chickens. The only preventive is in a complete fertilizer plus ground killing, or will fatten one steer into was made by the King's New Discovery pleasant ta \
Committee of Public Safety of the At- take, as well as effective. Have a bet;!
-; scalding all milk and buttermilk that limestone bushels prime beef. There is an i
269.6
produced an opportun-
lanta Chamber of Commerce, and 'a tie handy in your medicine chest fa ,..
is fed them and cooking all garbage ityfor farmer to take AI
advantageof
every
which makes the I grippe; cough and all bronchial affee.T
!acre.Yield more emphatic need
i" or other feed containing animal mat I 1916-Plot 1 which received this means of adding to the meat of foodstuffs. "Shall the South Suf- tions. At druggists, DOc ((1) k.

i ter. This may seem to be considerable no phosphorous produced 153.6; plotII supply and at the same time, to makea fer for Food?" is the heading of the h_ ____ _- __ ___ .
trouble to take, but it may save much which received no ammonia produced profit from the beans and to improve --.. I
article, which in full
we print :
pecuniary loss. 177:6; plot III which received no his land. "To the
committee
of
At the slaughterhouse the disease is I potash, 86.4; plots IV, V,.VI, and VII Each year, thousands of cattle on ty: public safe- 1 r

discovered and the affected carcass which received complete fertilizers, Florida ranges die from lack of feed. "We call your attention to the ca- TOMATO"PLANTS r

r goes to the fertilizer tank. Buyers produced 228.8, 182.6, 128.0, 203.2, respectively This condition can be overcome by the lamity which threatens the South.
will not do business in districts where ; and plot VIII which received increased acreage of velvet beans that "In the
war problem is one not sole- 1 "'
the disease is common; or else buy all a complete fertilizer plus ground can be planted this year. Certain- of -OMEDoulhnutl'!
ly men and munitions, but of food
hogs subject to post-mortem examina- limestone, 210.4 bushels an acre. rieties of the beans may be planted as The "Any time want not
supply. South can furnish you
tion. But the hog slaughtered on the The yields in 1916 were not equalto late as June, giving plenty of time to and, to a certain extent munitions,men but goodies use Calumet Baking 0 I.e I.
farm, and consumed by the owner, his those in 1915. Plot II which received put in a crop.VALUE. in the matter food Powder! My mother uses it-
of
family and, perhaps_ his neighbors_ no ammonia for eight years helpless, unless there is supply a heavy we are increase ihe'i tried all others-she'i 1 I
may be affected by tuberculosis ana produced a very satisfactory yield. A learned her lesson-now she
the not be of it. OF SLASH PINE of food crops at once. We do sticks to Calumet
owner aware yield of nearly 200 bushels an acre is
a .. The duty of the hog breeder who discovers very good. One noticeable feature is not even feed ourselves. As matters "Unequalled for making I $i.OOpe1OOO.:
now stand, we are fed from the hog tender, wholesome light bak
the disease in his drove, by the
that plot III which received .
.potashfor
no A comparatively little known but Wonderful
report of the inspection, if he follows pens and the stock farms and the granaries ings. leaveningand 0
eight years produced a very much valuable tree most often called slash of the West. Many people in raising qualities-uniform

by his the shipment application to the of packing the tuberculin house, or smaller yield than any of the other ]pine, is fast replacing long-leaf pinein the South have felt it necessary to results Mother says Calumet Fine stocky plants o :
plots. i sections of the South b the mac emomial to bujr-ax*-
4, test, is plain. He owes it to himselfto An many says deny this or gloss it over. This may aoouol to me. Try il at once. .
of the in bushels'per
sell of all his stock for immediate average yield the Forestry Service of the United be all very well in times of peace, but RaceiYeci Hichwt AwwistitSbH o from 6 to 10 inch-
acre for the two is Plot .
years : 5 States Department of Agriculture. In when this the truth 14w Coo 11.I7rw-
war come will be
slaughter, breeding animals and all, I, 199.6; plot II, 199.6; plot III, M: some respects this tree is considereda exposed. We will be face to face with FJ c. Z es. All varieties.
s then clean up and disinfect his hog lot, plot IV, 244.2 plot V, 217.3 VI
; ; plot better tree than long-leaf. Its absolute want. Not only will we be I i
buy fresh stock which hastested sound
172.0; plot VII, 212.6; and plot VIII growth, according to the foresters is
j unable
furnish
to food for the armies
and be afterward of the health of ,
sure 190.0. This shows that plot III produced more rapid and its yield of turpentine 'but F. W. POPE 1
I all hogs he may add to his stock. we will be unable to feed our people I'o
the smallest yield, 86.4 bushels
]larger, while the wood is said to be at home. We will become a burden
Hog tuberculosis is almost
as costly while plot IV which fertilized .
with
was
hardest and
$ to the swine industry of this strongest upon the nation, because the nation LAKELAND.
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hog cholera. Federal countryas !sulphat of ammonia, muriate of potash coniferous wood grown in the country. will find it necessary to supply us with FLA.
inspection at and acid phosphate, produced the larg- The term "slash "
pine, is is explained something to eat. II
the packing houses is rigid and the detection gest yield, 242.2 bushels. is I
of the slightest trace of infec- popularly applied to several of "It has been estimated that $600- o. ..ocope.oeo
tion will ;:the Southern pines, notably the loblolly 000,000 of foodstuffs
result in the condemnation of including animal ,
the meat. Hogs which appear to be TIN CAN PREPAREDNESS. I)soften 1 l with which the true slash pine is products, are brought into the South I

perfectly healthy, taking on flesh rtaJ- j' confused because of its close re- :each year in addition to what we, our- I
ily, may yet be condemned at the semblance. The slash pine is also selves, produce. When all this food is 8 s140T
slaughter house, thou,'1 they "The women and girls of Florida 'sometimes. called "Cuban," "swamp," needed for the armies and for the civ- $
seem to be the pick of the drove.may In who have been preserving the surplus jor "she" pine. j ilian population in other sections of $$ p
-, vegetables and fruits in tin cans, glass 11 I The chief causes for the rapid !the
scme cases.only inspectioi the meat I country, to say nothing of the ex-
dectect cans and jars, can go right along with I spread of the trees are its to
can the existence of the dis- their frequentand ports Europe, bow are we to be fed? I
work, knowing that it is not :
h only abundant
would be unwilling to endanger the good business to do" so, but shows a I 11 i rapid growth, ability to endure the tion. We must take immediate stepsto ESRECIAILLYIJAPTED ,

health of the community by selling it spirit of patriotism, says Miss Agnes I shade. of other trees, and its capacity produce upon our own farms some-

unsound meat. Ellen Harris, state agent for home !j.1 to adapt itself to a wide range of en- thing that will support man and beast, /

All hog breeders should seek information demonstration of Florida work to the University !I.vironment. The fact that it can with- or we shall suffer. This issue can be FOR_ YOUR STATE: .'

on this matter. They will find extension division. The ;stand the combination of forest fires avoided no longer. We must face it -
it in Farmers' Bulletin 781, which the canning work, begun by the county I and razorback hogs is also consideredof and face it at once. '
Trite agents in 1912, showed itself last year importance the foresters $ .
States department of agricul- by who "Every well informed man knows FREEOUR
ture will send to any who apply for it to home be of great value. More than 2,000 say that the tree is destined to play an that food is: scarce the world over, and i
. free of charge. canners are in use, and these important part in the future of the cut food crops under these conditions are
will give a great impetus to the work over lands of the South. As to
an example sure bring high prices. Corn is sell-
r NITRATE OF SODA. extent that is this to be carried on to a greater of the high money returns ob ing at the highest price ever known in INSTRUCTIVE

year. tained by turpentining the trees, it is the history of this country."A .
I Florida must feed herself this year, stated that in one instance in South man in position to know predicts CATALOGUEAND .

How much nitrate of soda should be and the women, with their canning and Carolina a twenty-year-old stand of that no wheat will be available in this WEEKLY. .

used on vegetables and how can I tell preserving outfits, are going to do slash pine averaged 520 trees per acre, country by July 1 for any purpose (FIST .
I when it is needed? The vegetableshave much toward the realization of this each of which had one cup. The tur- whatever. It will be well-nigh crimi CNICAdO PRICE

had usual application of mixed ambition. As an example of what can pentine operator paid the owner 10 nal for our farmers, and for the men SEND FOR' ,

fertilizer. be done, the county agent for Manatee cents a cup, or a total of $52 per acre, who control the great plantations, and '
Answer-Nitrate of soda is in practically county reported that 36,000 cans were for the privilege of tapping tre trees. for the bankers who finance these men, THEM TODAY
'i all good vegetable formulas filled by her club girls last year. One After a rest of from three to five and for the merchants who have been .

''<,. and with normal weather conditions firm in Hillsboro county sold 200,000 years the trees should be in good con accustomed to supply them, to follow Cheap and big caaBakingPowders NSUD

\ that is all that is needed. When the containers last year, farmers buying dition for back-cupping and should out their present plans and put every I save:you money. Calnm -U'sPore *

weather remains cold a long time thereis more than 60,000 of them. produce even larger financial returns. available acre in cotton. Our grain and far superior-to lour milk and soda fLA.
sometimes a slowness in the forma- The tin can, as well as the siege By using the improved methods of crops were practically destroyed by a JACKSONVILLE. '

tion of further nitrates, or when thereis gun is to play an important part in turpentining advocated by the Forestry the cold a few months ago. .,.+.
excessive rainfall. There is likelyto this nation's preparedness this year. service, the foresters say that sucha "It is understood that farmers have -:;!

be a loss in the drainage waters so stand could be turpentined for a determined to plant all this oat and
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that additional application of nitrate SCHOOL CHILDREN CAN HELP. longer period >f years instead of the wheat land in cotton. Every means

cf soda is advisable. This is generally .three or four years under the crude should be exerted to prevent this. The N. M. .l

indicated by a yellowing of the leaves. "The i methods now generally employed.It big farmer and the little farmer SAUL
About one hundred pounds per acre is faculty of the University of is pointed out that the ydlow-pine throughout the South ought to be

the usual amount. Florida recommends that every school lands of the South furnish by far the shown that it is his patriotic r t
duty to
Yellowing of the leaves may be cau- boy and girl in the fifth and higher bulk of the naval stores of the world grow sufficient foodstuffs his Produce Commission

.. ed by insects, poor drainage, etc., as state grades be of the public schools of the and that the supply is steadily decrees- farm, not only to feed his own upon family Metchant .i

veil as lack of plant food, so look well urged to plant as many veg ing as these lands are denuded of their and his own stock, but to give
to existing conditions before acting. etables as they can properly handle, inasmuch timber and no provision made for the assistance at least to the some
Southern
the as this would greatly increase re-stocking. Because such high re in taking care of the men in government the Products a specialty .]
amount of food army
, supplies, and thus turns
DTIraOutMaiarlaBuildsUpSysteThe add are possible from slash pine, the and navy. Let it not be said that in

. Old Studtrd general trenfthe&lac tom strength enormously of the to the military experts believe that the tree shouldbe I these critical times the South has become *\
. ; GROVES TASTELESS chill TUNIC,:L i country as well as to encouraged to come in on the cut- burden
{' tend to reduce the a upon the nation, is un 135 '
NaladaeerkheatheWood bundn1ltbu" high cost of South.Second
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-'. Atruetocic. Fjr.-...'U. .''-l>'w.te3. 5Cc. sities. .. neces- over land of the South with a view o fable to sustain itself and unable to be St., Philadelphia, a. .
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+ + + + + + + + + I I.J. D and P. L. Gaskins-East 46*? feet of 1 i to-wit: Dr. J. E. Manes prof. serv convicts 15.50 I ORDINANCE NO. 94. .
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+ lots 1 and 3 block 18-46% feet frontage I Ik Wi-i of NE'i of NEt and NW 4 of N1 I Strickland clothing for convicts 23.80 I.| An Ordinance making it unlawful for any ii
. LEGAL NOTICES 1 1 $2.816 per ft front $130.94. , + + + + + + + + I Bradford County Bank-West 30! feet of lots +
.. + + + + 2 and 4 block 19-30% feet frontage @ :'5WV4 S.9. T. 8. S. R. :East containing A. C Wadsworth feed for mule____ 37.10H. any street or streets of the Town of SUrke J. R. Davis i
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. I 2.816 per ft front. 8589. I''280 aees less. Tomlinson 10 bushels corn for mules 10.00 Florida that are paved with brick ami po- :
Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of DeWitt C. Jones-East 22 feet of the West | The said" land being assessed at the date of I J. B. Dowling pay captain, gr etc 430.50W. viding a penalty for the violation thereof.
1a Bradford County.w. half of lots 2 and 4, block 19-22 feet the issuance of such certificate in the name of E. Thornton material and ____ 27.72 Section 1. Be it ordained by the Tow
Florida.. T. Weeks I frontage Q $2.816 per ft front. $61.95. Unow Unless said certificate shall I J. J. Blaekwelder map roads _________ 20.00H. elI of the Town of SUrke Bradford County. & Company |
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D. do __ State of Florida, that from
May 14.00 and after the
tax
J. W. Morgan-East % lots 2 and 4 block i I according to law. de ------- ???--? I pas
!>aY I"and his wife May Davis 19-52% feet frontage @ $2 816 per ft :will issue thereon on the 14th day of I J L. Underbill do -------------------- 0.00 I sage and going into effect of this ordinance it .
f***r jj.ij:! for Foreclosure of Mortgage.Notice I' front $147.84. 'I D. 1917. W. Crews gen road work __________ 13.85 shall be unlawful for any person or persons

t. Appear.To I Charles F. Pace-Lots 1 and 3 block 19- | Witne my official signature and seal this D. L Phillips do _______________ 15.00 to drive a lo car cireu wagon or disk barrow .
; Davis and May Davis, his wile, 105 feet frontage @ $2.816per ft front I the. 10th day of April A D. 1917. J. fowling shovels etc ________ 17.40 upon. acrs over any street or streets .
e."ar 11 W. T. WEEKS. David Blaekwelder gen road work ___ 3.00Lm paved with brick of the Town of SUrke Flor INSURNcE'I
I Ifiinta. I I $295.68.N. Waldon do _._ __. ___ .25
jt iu shown by affidavit that the Clerk. Circuit Court -? ida.Section
been Davis and May Davis. his I T. Ritch-Lots 2 and 4 block 20. except '(SEAL) Bradford Hodges do __________________ 2.00 2. Any person or persons violating
Caesar residents of the State of Flor- I the south 24 feet, 8 inches and the building By Cnty.. Florda, W. B. Brannen do ____._____._______. 2 00 Section 1 of this ordinance shall upon conviction < >
wife. are non the residence of said defendants known as the old post office building83 I' R Deputy 1. A. Blackwelder do _______________ 6.00 be fined not more than one hundred dol-
1dm. aDd that S. Darien street, of the city ofytnadeiphil. 1-Vfeet. frontage @ $2.816 per ft front C.1-L Clerk W. Cannon do _____ _____ 2.50 I. or imprisoned not exceeding sixty dy Starke :-: Florida f
236 I $234.43.Bonita _
)10.
,
I at D. W. Pinhoteter do 8.15 or be fined and imprisoned in the di
in the state of Pennsylvania of I Itk TAX DEED ------------------ lhl cr
R Jones and N. T. Riteh-That part of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
A. Sullivan do __________ 6.25 I the Mayor.
Un.ed StaU of America. and that said Iota 2 and 4 of block 20 which the build- UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 I L -I Section 3. This ordinance take effect

.fc..tII are over the age of twentyoneII ing known as the old postoffiee buildingnow LAWS OF FLORDA I I, Total ---------________________1098.62OnUUnding and be enforced from and aftr shl its passage 'Mr.
feet Notice is hereby C Foster :
,* occupi21'i frontage at $2.816 I Indebtedness Fend : and approval.
therefore ordered. considered and ad- per ft front $61 25. 'Company, of Chicago III, purchaser of Tax
W 0. Tison interest R bonds E. S. MATTHEWS.
hZed that the said defendants Caesar Davis Seaboard Air Line Ry Co.-"That portion of Certificate No. 192. dated the 3rd day of August from 11.16 to 1-1-17 on______R.______ 402.50W. Attest: President of
'JJTMay his wife do appear to' thel'lP1aIllaDt's in Cuneil Ask Your Grocer
Pavia herein the Seaboard Air Line Railway lying to I A. D. 191 has filed said certificate O. Tison do court house warrant No. C. A. FUTCH |
Bill of Complaint on or
the south of and fronting upon Call my office made application for Ux 12 from 1-1.16 to 1-1-17 ___________ 99.20W. Town Clerk.
D. In
day of May A. 1917, deSuit Said
bttOle the 7th street in town of Stark-45 6-10 feet I deed to issue in accordance with law. 0. Then do court house warrant No. Approved by me this llth day of April
decree confesso will be
whereof a the said Caesar pro Davis and Kay frontage @ $2.816 per ft front. $128.41. certificate embraces the following describedproperty 13 from 1-1-16 to 1-1-17 ___________ 50.40W. D. 1917. A
jjterd against R. R. and Hetty M. Prevatt-Block 21-105 situated in Bradford County Florida.. 0. Thou scrip No. 981 from Oct JOE HILL WILLIAMS.

DafW. bilwife feet frontage @ 2.816 per ft front$295.- to-wit: 7. 1916 to d ______ (Copy)
t tt to further ordered that this notice be 68. SW% and NW% of SEV4 S 15, Tp. 8. S W. 0 Tieon 1.1.1 interest_ from ? 16.1 4-13-t Kor.
'vMihed in the Bradford County Telegraph a C. F. Hoover and J. C. Hoover-Part of lots R. 22 E. containing 200 acres or less. 1.1-1 CHEEKNttCSCOFFEES
_____
4-1-17
to R R bonds __ 7.05
Cvuaper, published at Stark, in Bradford 5 and 7 in block 1 Town of Starke. described The said land being assessed at the date of W. 0. Tison do interest on court_house Trespass cards for sale at this office.
each week for five
ogonty, Florida once con- as follows Beginning at corner the issuance of such certificate in the name of
warrant No. 12 and 13 from
JlClltift weeki.1n .Whereof. I have hereunto set of Call and Cber street in said town N. P. Canthen. Unless said certificate shall to 4-1-17 ____________________1.1-1_____ 2.62
witness running W on Call street thence be redeemed according to law tax de'
W. O. Tison
Jw band and affixed the seal of our Circuit north 40 thence will issue thereon the 14th day of do interest on scrip No.
east 22 feet thence on Ma
fet
9812 from to __ .___ .28 4
the iSth day of March, A. D. 1-1-1
this
4-1-1 :
, Court> OD north 25% feet thence east 33 fet, thence D. 1917. .

I- 1?l17': T. south 65% feet to pint of beginning-55 Witness,my official signature and seal thi Total ___________-678.19 4 STARKE
W.
.... WEEKS Clerk. fet frontage @ $ ft front $154.- the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. Fiae and Forfeiture Fond FRATERNAL DIRECTORY <8>

al) 88Trut W. T. WEEKS. J. P Tomlinson _________
co physician .
4
R. A. WEEKS 4
j--j j By of May Lodge No. 10. I. 0. 0. F.- Clerk. Circuit Court, : W. J. Epperson del prisoner to reform .1 Best By Tesir

! ,:CoPJ) Deputy Clerk. fet N and S and 60% feet E and W. (SEAL) Bradford County Florida. school ____ ___ _______.______.__. 35.00M. F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. 3 Every
I c It Complainant's KNIGHT. Solicitor. S2351su in the SW corner of lot 6 block 1. bounded By R A. WEEKS. Cameron guard at jail ________?._ 20.00W. c' 35. Meetc second and $
! by Call street on the south F. C. 4-13-51. Deputy Clerk. J. Epperson case A. J. ____ 3.35 ever .
! P Railway the Lwer fourth <8> S
on west the above described I "inl 'en < -
Edwar tilpt Unn
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL piece of land being as pr map of NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAX DEED R Strkeunt on scrip iai__:==: 33.40J : 4
i
if SETTLEMENT. the Town of SUrke in the corner of UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, W. for jail _____ 9.20
_
'NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. I lot 7 block 14-60 feet frontage @ $2.816 LAWS OF FLORIDA. W. J. Epperson feeding prisoners _____ 114.50 4 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. Insurance

f, 191" I will present to the County Judge of per ft front $140.80.Seaboard Notice is hereby given that W. C' Foster Mithel Drug Store medicine for jail .. 4.40 4 Meets every Tuesday night. <8> Genera ,
Bradford County Florida, 'my final account2x1 Air Line Ry Co.-That portion of Company of Chicago. III., purchaser of Tax Tyson treatment of Easters etc 26.20 4 <8>
vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mort deedued I the Seaboard Air Line Railway lying to Certificate No. 185, dated the 3rd day of August Geo. A. Gardiner case John Albritten._ 2.08J. but l

1t and apply for the approval of same the north of and fronting upon Call street A. D. 191. ba filed said certificate in 1. Rogers const __________________ 11.75 4 M. W. of A., Starke Camp. CLASS companies and IRsT
t tad for my final discharge as such administra- in Town of Starke-15 6-10 feet frontage my office ha made application for lax T. Dekle j p case Roy Thomas .____ 2.33 4 every first and third Wednesday 4

6$2.816 per ft front 1128.4. deed to issue in accordance with law. Said G. M. Richard const _______________ 5.60 constantly on the alert t pro-t
I toD*ted this the 30th day of March. A. D. A. Johns-East 27 feet 6 and 8 certificate embraces the following described J. R ChasUin wit _________????_ 1.00 4 nights. 3>

) y1". : block 15-27 feet frontage @ $2.816 per I property situated in Bradford County L. Moore do !.?...-_____.___? 1.00 4 $ mot your interests. GurnteE
:
: A. Z. ADKINS. front $76.03. to-wit: Geo. A. Gardiner J. A. Easten _. 1 78 courteous treatment
i 4 W. 0. W. Friends <>
. AAninUtrator of the estate of Calvin Mott, de- Mrs. N. Alva Ensey-East 38 feet of the west SE'of NWU and W1 of NWU FIOrda'1 W. JI| Epperson ea____________ 67.20Geo. Al Camp t
,erased Starke.. Fl .. S-30-6mo. I 78 feet of lots 6 and 8. block 15-38 feet I S. Tp. 8, S. R 22 containing A. Gardiner case Geo. Frazier ____ 2.68 4 No. 138. every second and trons. A well written policy by'a

3A &____ I frontage & 2.816 per ft front. 10701. or less W. J. Epperson do .....___??__ 14.05 4 fourth Friday nights. first-class agent ia a firsts
3i I 1 N. B. Hull-West 40 feet Iota 6 and 8 block I I The said land being assessed at the date of J. S Howard wit _________________ 6.00
. RESOLUTION. 15-10 feet frontage @ $?.816 per I front the issuance of such certificate in the name of I J. A. Johns do _______________ 6.00 4 <8> class company sometines means

j, WHEREAS. A. F. Harley. Town Engineer. 1 $112.64. N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall John Lee __________________________ 6.00 0 Visiting brothers are cordially 4 much in case of loss by fire. '
JUT definitely advised this Council that thee Per DovelEt half of lots 5 and 7. block be redeemed according to law Ux de'' Will Stanley do _____________ 6.00 4 invited to attend these 4
'
,tI' tnactloD work provided for in Section 1 1&52 frontage at $2.816 per ft will issue thereon on the 14th day of May, I John Myers do ___________________ 6.00 meetings. !
,> ef Ordinance No 90 has been completed. I front$147 84. D. 1917. I'T. J. Dekle ease G.Shaw ___ 2.31 0 4 H. C. RICHARD Stark;
JTthat be has ascertained the actual cost ehargkble Mrs. Edwards-West half lots 5 and 7 Witness my official signature and seal this 'w. J. Epperson .___________ 6.65 ,
per foot front to the abutting propertyni block 16-52% feet frontage (@ $2.816 per the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. :I Geo A. Gardiner case Geo. Ashford ___ .35 S 'J
" that he has carefully and equitably appor- ft front $147.84. W. T. WEEKS W. J. Epperson do -_______________ 7.30
,I ripMd that part of the entire cost to be spetbfly W. H. Miner-East 28'i feet of lots 6 and 8 I' Clerk, Circuit Court, I Bob Rivers wit ...........__________ 2.40 KNOW IT WELL
, assessed to the different pieces of prop- block 16-28 1-4 feet frontage @ $2.816 (SEAL) Bradford County E. Ashford do 2.40
Forid ---------------------
Hty kenefitted by said improvements and has I per I front-$79.55. By R A. I Adam Easter do __________________ 2.40 Familiar Features Well Known j to
MJpaied assessment roll indicating there- : Bank of StarkWet 20 feet of east 48 1-4 I 4-13-51. Deputy Clerk. Ellen Green do _____________________ 2.40 Hundreds of Starke Citizens.
ta the Bane of the owners, if known, the de- feet and 8, block 16-20 feet Henry Williams do _______....__..? 2.40J. DADS, AM
.tription of the property abutting the said imMvtsMnts frontage @ $2.816 per front 5632. B. Cowart juror ______.______ 1.00 ..
I and to be assessed the number of Bradford County Bank- I 56% feet lob 6 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED R. A. Newsom do .______________. 1 00 A familiar burden in many a home,
I fmat feet the lot or parcel of land contained and 8 block 16-5614 feet frontage @ $2.816 I UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. H. D. Hemingway do .._.._.__....?_ 1.00 The burden of a "bad back."
I the amount per front foot ehargable thereto I per ft front. $159 81. LAWS OF FLORIDA. Wm. Fisher do _______1___________ 1.00 ALEEP .
I ut the total amount to be so specifically as- L. C. Powell-East 38 feet of lots 5 and 7 Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster A. L Alvarez do .______._______ 1.00 A lame, a weak or an aching back

I ..... and has filed said assessment roll with .block 17-38 feet frontage at $2.816 per Company of Chicago I., purchaser of of Tax Au- W. Roberts do __________________ 1.00 Often tellg you of kidney ills.Doan's .
I lb. Town Council and. f front $107.01. 1 Certificate No. 26. the 3rd day Geo. A. Gardiner case John Simon ___ 2.08 And Was Ron-Down. Weak and
I WHEREAS the Town Council has consider- 68 feet and 4 inches of lots 5 and 7 : guat A. D. 191 has filed said certificate in W. J. Epperson do ______._________ 3.85 Kidney Pills are for weak

I tt said assessment roll as above described and block 17-30 1-3 feet frontage at $2.816 my office made application for Ux Jack Onady wit ____________-______ 1.00 Nervous Florida kidneys.
I prepared by said A. F. Harley. Town En- per ft front $85.41. deed to issue in accordance with law. Said Oscar Adm do ______.___._?__--. 1.00 Says Lady. Here is to it
I fiaeer. and examined the same and found the Wm. Tison-West 36 feet and 8 inches of lots certificate embraces the following described L. ______________________ i.oo good testimony prove :
II property situated in Bradford County Florida Geo. A. Gardiner FIe Bottles of J. T. Shaw farmer R. F. D. No. 6
I sasM to be correct. 5 and 7 block 17-36 2-8 feet frontage @ ca Fannie Williams 3.58 Cu ,
RESOLVED BY to-wit: W J. ________________
NOW THEREFORE BE IT 2.816 per ft front $103.26.E. Epperson 6.10 Box No. 54 Gainesville Fla., ( :
!! I ;THE TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Starke. S. Matthews-East 44 feet 2 inches and SWU of SEU S 22, Tp. 5. S. R 20 East John Wise wit ____________.-_______ l.tO Made Her We ssys
fi I that said asaeHment roll as prepared by said I west 44 feet 10 inches lots 6 and 8 block I and containing acres more or le. of Sam Rosenberg do ...________..____ 1.00 "I have to b.on my feet a great jjart
date
Ii'I I !A. ,.. Ruler. Town Engineer be and the same 17-89 feet frontage @ $2816 per The said land being assessed at the Wile Parker do ______________ 4.80 of the I think that is the
V. hereby adopted as the assessment roll of i the issuance of_such certificate. in the name of I do _______________________ 1.00 Kathleen. Fla. Mrs. Dflllau
.Town of Starke: copy of said assessment roll D. E front0.6 at the NW corner I Mrs. Charlotte R. CoSm. Inle saio eemncat I i O. J. Griffin juror _________________ 1.00 Pine direct cause of my kidi-.eys bco .ng

l lr .bring hereto attached and by express reference Call -and Walnut streets in Starke. I shal be redeemed law of, tax de'. I I D. 0. McRae juror ________________ 1.00 -tI-place: sySerte disordered. I first noticed paint in I
if issue thereon on the 14th day D. O. McRae do _____________ much
li IIa4e a part of this resolution the tame as Fla., thence run west on side of ------ ___ 1.00'J
said roll was set out in full therein.BE Call street 149 feet 2 1I0r point of i D. 1917. and seal this R. Bryan do __________________ 1.00 rn-ow and so much, my back which botheixd me whci I I
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this beginning thence north 105 I Witness my official signature S. Andrews do 1.00 weakened stooped over. secretionswere I
run feet thence ----------------- that I could at Te
i .Tcwn Council does hereby fix as the amount west 16 feet thence south 166 feet thence the 10th day of April, A D. 1917. I IJ. Thomas do _________________ 1.00 kidey I
W. T. WEEKS. I ____________ __ __ all I was 'awfully nervous that irregular Down's
tharcable to each lot or parcel of land described east 1 feet to point of beginning being I I 1 C. Waters do ____ 1.00 8
la said assessment roll the definite part lots 6 and 8 blk 17. as per original Bradford Clerk.County.Circuit Cur. I, M. Darby supplies at jail __________ .50 I could scarcely endue the least Kidney Pills brought ire quick relief.'
" amount per foot front as contained in saidaassment plan of Starke Fla.-16 feet frontage @ I II(SEAL) A. WEEKS. noise. My was getting The pains in bacleft and .the .
my
roll hereinabove referred to and $2.816 per ft front 15.06. 4-13-6t By R Deputy Clerk. Total --__________.-._______ 459.81 worse all the &
) : S. Johns Begin tie. kidney action became rpgular. |
of this solotloa.BE R on corner of a I
made part r I knew I
a relief
!I I IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in ordtr lot of Vida V. Morgan formerly owned I I mut some or i Price 50 cents at all dealers. Dn't
by W. T. Dryden Call COUNTY II would soon be In the bed and in a
whose on street and run BILLS PAID BY COMMISSIOSER
afford the property owners property
to ask for remedyfeetDoan's
kidney
is proposed to be assessed notice of the pat along the north line of said street I AT LAST TUG FINANCIAL STATEMENT. serious condition for I felt so badly simply a .
52% thence North 105 thence I Monthly financial statement of Bradford Kidney Pills-*he same that
opportunity to file any protest they or any of feet feet and was so nervous and weak I could
month of March 1917.
for the ,
: : them may desire to file against the levying of point west .62 of%beginning-52 fet, thence%south feet.105 frontage feet to I Pauper Allowance I county General Fond hardly live. My husband asked Dr. Mr. Shaw had. FosttT-Milb'irn to.,

f J aMessment and against the apportionmentof $2.816 per ft front $117.84Vida (.Mary Ward _______________ _------ 00< Balance March 1 ____________________ SSS.nft abut my taking CarduL He Buffalo, N. Y. (28)
f of same amount to different pieces of propertyabutting V. Morgan-Commencing at the point on I Martha Gatlin ___________ _________ .3.00 Receipts during month ___-________...1137.27 medicine and good Props. I
and fronting said streets ordered to street in the Town of Starke where Nancy Conner ___________. _________ 4.00 Di.burmtnl during month _______ 548.66 sId'I's -.
be improved that a copy of this resolution Cal SE corner of the lot owned by Mrs. Viney Threes __________---.---- 5.00 Balance April 1 _________________ 925.47 trouble'. so he got me 5 bottles. II IIr
;c.I".n be published once each week for two consecutive Millie Day on Call street thence north ,I I Mrs. Breeze ___________.__________ 7.00 Warrants outstanding ______________ 44.50I .After about the second bottle I
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- along said lot 210 feet to Jefferson street I Amanda Thomas _______.____________ 6.00 I Fine and Forfeiture Fund felt greatly Improved..before takingit COFFINS CASKETSAnd ; 1

5n 1f'IIt>b. a newspaper published in the Town oft thence east on Jefferson street 72% Lee Crosby _____________ _--------- 10.00 Balance March 1 ___________________ 115.05 my limbs and hands and arms full of f 1 I IUndertakers'
tarke. I thence south 210 feet to Call street thence fet Emeline Griffis __________..,---------- 8.00 Receipts during month ______________ 623.78.Disbursements a lie
would
: Be It further resolved that on the 8th day of jsy j west along said Call street 72% feet to Caroline GriffU _!_______--------- 3.00 durnR month ________ 324.14 go to sleep. After taking It,

: 1)17. 7:30 p. m.. the town council willneet point of beginning-72% feet frontage @ Mrs. D. M. McKnight ________________ 3.00 Balance April ___-______________ 414.69 however this poor circulation disp Applies | >.
I to consider any and all objections that 2.816 per ft front $204.16. I iG. J. _________---------- 3.00 Warrants outstanding ____________ 149.05 My strength came I The best seri
Campbel
.. nil be filed on or before that date by any per- Bradford County-A lot of land in the Townof _________.w_________ 5 00 Road Fond pared I: was soon on the road to Always on had ,
Ii i- on or person interested against any assess- Starke 127% feet east and west on Wade McKnight _______________ 3.00 Balance March 1 _--_---------- 294.30 vice at the SpeeuSattention
ie lit or assessments proposed to be levied. the north and south ends and 210 feet Liizie Willis _______________________ 2.00 Receipts during month _______--__1367 26 health. After the use of about 5 btI I ptee.
t ROVTDED. said person or persons interested forth and south on the east and west Rufus Jackson ___________________ 3.00 Disburmenl during month ______ 558.71 ties, I could do all my housework I to orders? I
he shall be dissatisfied shall file with the sides. on the west by lot for- Mrs. N. D. Newmans ___________ 5.00 April 1 ___________________1102.85Warrants and attend to my six children be _
II Swa Clerk before the 8th day of May. 1917. merly O Bunde W. now own- Martha RiRR---------------------- 2.50 ,i outstanding ________________ 335.4 sides." j
i wriUn,. stating specifically and clearly any ed by "e. Sapp R Philp. by lot Sun _____________________ 10-00 I' Outstanding Fund RegisteredErbalmerDeWITTCMONES I
i jeetion that he may desire to urge againstKsuek formerly by Dr. J. M. Jones anda Wm. Lang _________________________ 3.00 Balance March 1 ____________________ 15446 You can feel safe In giving Cardula *
apportionment or assessment strt. owne east by lot formerly own- L. L. Hngan ___________________ 2.50 Receipts during month .._____...--..__ 617.70 thorough trial for your troubles. It !
in regular session of..the Townwneil ed by Wm T. Dryden now owned by Rachel Stokes ________u_________ C-00 Disbursements during month ________ 4.20 contains no harmful or habit-forming ,
this 3rd day of April. 1917.E. A L. Von Kirn on the south by Joseph Bryant _______ _____________ 2.00 Balance April 1 __________________ 767.96 drugs, but Is composed of mild Suc'sr t G. C. Livmgstor. &Jo I
Cal vegetable
S. MATTHEWS, 3 00 Warrants _________
Linie Hunter outstanding _12867.28 ,
street Except -
a strip 50 feet wide off -------------- -- i
ttat Chairman. : side of J. Glisson 3.00 I Drainage Fund medicinal Ingredients with no Fla. .
I : east said above W. I
described lot whichis ----------------------- Stake, i
C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. now hereby expressly reserved and ket Rachel Taylor '_____________________ 2.00 I{Balance March 1 ____________________ .4* bad aferffet. Thousands of women J
CALL STREET apart as a public street in the Town of Elizabeth Hunter ___________________ 2.00 Receipts during month ________________ 103.20Disbursements have written, telling of _; 11
SUrke Also a lot in Town of Florence Holton _________________ 3.00 during month ______... 42.16 the ._ : i-.
4e S frtai the West Car Line .f Sandersan LaneS Starke forve. and one-half feet east J.C.Box _________________________ 3.00 Balance April 1 ____________________ m.B2 good Cardul has done them. I I Iv 1 :
tkt West Cart Line .f Cherry Street. ff-two __________ 2.00 heip you, too. Try E LIFT YOUR CORNS
and hundred and ten feet John Wright _____ __ Warrants outstanding _______________12575.54 I shoud It
i -. W. Andrews A Son-Commencing afthe N north and Bounded on the north Warren Hersey ______________-_____ 3.00 i Bradford County. April 2, 1917.State -
;. t corner of lot formerly owned by F. D. and west b soutb formerly owned by Sim l Mrs. E. C. Crews and daughter ________ 6.00 of Florida-I hereby certify that the OFF FINGERS. ,.

Hollingsworth on Call street and running Kelley. but now streets, on the east by Thomas Oral ______________________ 4.00 foregoing statement of the receipts and disbursements Wlf I
east OB said Call street to lands now owned land formerly owned by W. T. Dryden.now Martha Wilkerson __________________ 3 00 of the funds of Bradford enuntyfor WHAT IS )
: by J. W. Andrews Son 75 feet, thence owned by Bonita E. Jones on ,Uffie,I Scott ________________________ 2.00 the month of March 1917 is true and correct Tells How to Lo&en a Tender
.esthlOlfeettotheNEeoroflandaown- th ____________ ___ 2.00 l
_
south by Call street in NW& of SW Isaac Clark -------- : to the best of my knowledge and belief.
ed by L. L. Johns thence west 75 feet to see. 28. Tp.6S. R 22 containing 1-4 Leonard Alta__________________ 2.00 i W. T WEEKS. Corn or Callus so it Lifts '.
the 81 cor of said lot formerly owned byF. acre more or less- Et frontage @ Newmans ________________ 4.00I Clerk of the Circuit "
D. Hollin worth. thence 105 feet north Parmenter 3.00 Seal Court LAXFOSLAXFOS Without Pain. i
I Mrs. Peter ( ) Bradford Out
$2.816 per ft $366.08. --------------- oountytiy
!!! front
to place of beginning in what is known
Ervin Higgmbotnam ----------------- J.uu It. A. WE.C.IV."iDeputy
: as the Cooksey addition to the Town of | -j I James Parrish ______________ I Clerk. \
, Stark*-75 feet frontage @ 12 811 per ft NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Catharine Hampton _________________ 2.00
front. K1UO. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. Addle Silcox ------ ------- 2-M IS CASCARA You reckless men and women who
I. W. Andrews and J. W. Andrews. Jr.- LAWS OF FLORIDA. I Hannah Harris ______-___________ 2.50 I CLERK'S REPORT. AI.R are pestered with corns and who have
Lots ft>t and six in what ia known asCnoksey Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster Clara Sparkman ____________________ 2.50 A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE '
-: 's addition to the Town of Starke.beginning Company of Chicago, of Tax Eliza William _________________ 2.50 Starke. April 2. 1917. at least once a week invited an awful
.': at the SW cor of Call and Court Certificate No. 16. 1. purchr of Alice Bryant ---_----------------- 2.50 Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court account in CATHARTIC A U TOWC death from lockjaw or blood poisonare j
Ao-I
I Bradford
County on
: for
stnet. thence running West along the gust A. D. has filed said certificate ventreet Hardware Co. coffin for pauper and Forda. told Cincinnati
Swrta I 191. ___________ of Taxes assessed for the year LAX-FOS is not a orPatentMe- now by a authorityto ;.
aide of said Call street 100 feet. my office made application for tax _______ ________ 1.50
thene south 105 feet.. thenee east and deed to issue in accordance with law. Said B. M. DOWLNc.Ta cine but is composed folowig use a drug called freezone, which

parallel with Mid Call street 100 feet to I certificate embraces the following described Total .___________________________162 00 County Proper Colptor. od-faone rot and herbs: the moment a few drops are applied .
Court street, thence north along the west property situated in Bradford County. Florida General Fad
side of said Court street 105 feet to pointof to-wit: J. L. Underhill 1 day com and mileage 4.80J. March 1. to bal .due County___ Proper_____ CASCARA BARK to any corn or callus the soreness is
__ __ _
______ _
beginning-100 ft front @ $2.816 per NW% of NWU Sec 21. Tp. 6, S. R. 18 E J. Blackwelder do _______________ 9.20S. By Fund amt collected _____________________ 8.52.1. BLUE FLAG ROOT 1 relieved ard soon the entire c ft front. 1281.60. I I containing 40 acres more or less. T. Dowling do ------------------ 6.20 i callus, root and all lifts off with the
" \ '. K. Davis-IB the Town of Starke at corner The said land being assessed at the date of R. J. Andrews do _____________---- 8.40 I April 1. to bal due __________ ____ 7.535.43 RHUBARB ROOT *
I .' Call street and Court street. a lot the issuance of such certificate in the name of W. T. Weeks 1 mo clerk postage eU 80.00. |I -- BLACK ROOT infers
:: fronting 26 1-4 feet on Call street and I I 1. L. Harden. Unless said certificate shall W. T Weeks raise on p and auditor I due Drainage Drainage 1'reezone dries the moment it'-is ap-
bal
Utt feet on Court street Said lot being redeemed ardin to law. ta d 1 at $25 per month from Jan. 1. 1917.. 75.00 I I I March Fund 1.__t__ ____ _County_______________ 3.536.57 MAY APPLE ROOT and simply shrivels the corn or
ia NW cor of lot now owned by said C will lu tbern on 14th day of ", City Light Plant lights and water 35.73 By amt collected _______________ 103 20 SENNA LEAVES pled
L. Peek between Call and Madison streets D. E. S. Matthews half on statoner. clerk 16.62 !! without inflaming or even irritating -
-M 1-4 foot frontage @ $2.816 per ft Witness official signature and seal this J. C. McClendon half 7.50 AND PEPSINIn
my i bal due _____________ 3,433.37County the tissue skin.
April 1. to or
____ __ surrounding
float. 111.12. 'the 10th day of D. 1917. Chas. Cameron do ________ 7.50 '
ApriA Road and Bridge the CASCARA is improved by
A.. V. Long-Beginning at a point on the W. T. WEEKS C. A. Knight ipvr registrtaion ___ 10.40A. I A small bottle of freezone will cost
bal due Road and
. mrta aid of Call street 86 1-4 feet east Clerk Circuit Court S Crews co atty ------------ 4.17 I I March 1. Fund to _County_ UU5 the addition of these digestive ingredients little at any of the drug stores, .
Bridge very
. of corner of Call and Court streets said SEAL Bradford County florida M. Dowling as tax coIl _______ 76.15 --- ------- ----- -- making it better than ordinary
( ) com CACl
D By amt collected ____________________ but will positively rid one's feet of
S Point being 10 feet east of lot now owned By R. A. WEEKS.413fit D. 1 day com and mileage__ 1.60II 1.19.70 and thus the combination
..y J. B. Davis and ran thence east on Deputy Drew Co.My scrip books ___..._________ 21.70 I I hard or soft corn or hardened
ClerkNOTC II April 1. to hal due _________ ___ 8.694.75I only as a stimulating laxative and cathartic every
Can 30 1-3 thence south at coil licenses 2.30
street feet
W. J. Epperson com on -
I I Fine and Fand callus. If hasn't
right thence and calls 6.50 F.reltae but also a digestive and liver tonic. your druggist any
angles to Call street 52% feet SUrke Phone Co. phone --- March bal due and a
"I vet parallel with Call street SO 1-3 feet. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Drew Co co judge docket ----- %S.Z I Forfeiture 1. to Fund __9Cunt_____________ 3,833.78 Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-FOS freezone he can get it at any wholesale .1

thsae northerly to said point of beginning UDER SECTION I OF CHAPTER 4888. "Bradford Co. Telegraph, blanks etc __ 43.6 !;By amt collected __________________ 455.90 combines strength with palatable, aro drug house for you. ((60)
-M 1-S feet frontage @ $2.816 per ft LAWS OF FLORIDA. J. W. Morgan supplies for cerk'a of- taste and does cot gripe or disturb 1

. !J Co L treat $85.41. Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster I fc______ ___ --- 2.951 April 1. to bal due ________________ 3377.88 mat One bottle will
______ prove
Peek the south 7.191
I -Beginning at a point on Company of Chicago. Ill, purchaser of Tax Co.. blanks I County School te stomac.
side of Call of the SE I InksUnd Co.. ink wells _____ 9.00 for Constipation -
street 17* feet east Certificate No 130. dated the 3rd day of Au- .Sengbnsh March 1. to bal due County School EDGAR EYES

I;, : mner of Call and Court streets thence gnat A. D. 191 ha filed said certificate in !Quigley Lumber Co. repairs to buildings 2.55 I Fund ___________________ _____18.357.62 Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price 50c. ;
: Wtat along the south side of Call street my office made application for ta W. G. Stringfellow wiring court house 8.95 J Ij By amt collected _______________ 2.17.4Aprl N4- ,j
.17 feet to Court street thenee south along | dance with law.
in
Ii the east side of Court street to Madison I.deed certificate to ssue embraces aecoi the following describedproperty Total ______________________ 0.521 1. to bal due ___ ___________16.230.18 JACKSONVILLE TLA' i i8ro"ll
street thence east 200 feet more or less situated Bradford County. Florida Rd and Bridge Fend I County Polls r .
: aIon, the north side of Madison street to tl W. C repairing bridges ____ 22.30 Lcrvsta Duplicated!
___
bal due Polls
.. to-wit: I I March 1, to County 1.075.0
dividing fence thence northerly along i I I SU of Nand EI of NEW of NW'JI J. H. Wainright lumber and nails_____ 1092. By amt collected _________._____ Full Supply of Same Day &s Racicved 1 I j
fence line to place of beginning save and See East, containing 100 Sam Nickels cutting out log --------- i
36.
except lands conveyed and now held by 1 I I! or less.R I J. L. Wynn cutting out log and repairing |I 1 April I, to bal due _____ ________ 878.00I Si 0 fit/Orders tT.J Pottage
4 J. acres more ________________ 6.00 COFFINS AND CASKET W.
R. Davis and A. V Long-122.42 feet i j'j'I I I The said land being assessed at the date of !!I bridge _____ ,1 I Total Sab School r rRY
I \
frontage @ $2.81 per ft front $344.73. I certificate in the of G. W. Lee repairing bride___ 7.00J. Sub School
the issuance of such name March 1. to bal due Total -:--
41t ": **JHe Alvares-All the fractional part of thewest Unless said certificate shall W. Prevatt cutting logs __ 4.00 collected _____ ___ 1.12Z.1.
L. Little. By amt _
..________ 1.00 -- All Sizes and Qualities the
half of lots one and three in block be according to law. tax Ed Dees cutting out 5 logs Gear Away Waste. .

fhten as per map or plat of the Town I| red on the 14th day of de. Jeff Lee repairing bridges ________ 6.00Clarence April 1, to bal due ________-_________ 6.393 79 Bowel regularity is the secret of
"f Iwillu 10 00
Starke. Commencing at a point thirty I Nrwsom ---------------- Hand
''I feet from the northwest corner of a certain -|ID. 11.Witne my official signature and seal this W. W. Baisden do d____________ 2.50 I|March 1. Teta due Sub _School_______Bonds________ 5647.51 Always on good health, bright eyes, clear' complexions -

brick building now owned by J. )(. Alva the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. ,, P. Wall do ________________ 35.00 By amt collected __________________ 302J S and Dr. NeW; Life
res on Call street running west of south W. T. WEEKS. I I IT.. A. Dubose do _________________ 34.00 Pills are a mild Kings lajcative

OBI hundred five feet to lot of W. H. Clerk. Circuit Court. ,,Quigley Lumber Co.. material ____,- 73.09 April 1. to bal due ____________ 5.345.48 PRICES REASONABLEJ. the bowels and relieves
Rivers thence west twenty-three feet to Bradford County. :I i Town of SUrke % on Reinohl bridge .. 1.50 Outstanding Indebtedness that regulates
lot of C. L. Peek, thence along the line (SEAL) By A. Forida. Louis H Hill lumber ______ .60 March 1. to bal due Outstanding Fane the congested intestines by removing

i dividing said lot from lot of C. L. Peek to R Deputy Clerk. ''E Wilkerson gen road work _______ 8.00 'I debtedness Fund _______________ 5fl45.O4 C. CONE the accumulated wastes without; grip-

Call street thence east along said street 1 4.1-1 Q. Waters do -------- 14.68 By amt collected ________________ 607.86 Take before and .
forty-five GriffU repairing bridge ______ 2.03 ing. a retiring
feet to point of beginning-45 S. ? I Florid pi .
fcrt frontage @ $2.816 per ft front $126 OTC OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I l Hula Dept Store nails ______________ 2.40 April 1. to bal due __n___________ 4437.18 L Lawtey. K that heavy that dull spring fever i
f 2. SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, Tomlinson repairing bridge ._ 2,00 W. T. WEEKS feeling disappears. Get Dr. K nK'8 ;:
J. r. Futeh I OF M _____________ 2.00
-30 feet off the east end of the LAWS FLRDA Benton do ( ) Clerk. New Life Pills at druggist, only
..: west half of lots 1 and S of block 18 as Notice is hereby Iivn C Foster Raiford Underbill cutting out 10_ .60 Si By A. WEEKS. Tto flat DMS Hot Afftet Tbs Nsel your j
R (3)
Kr the of purchaser of Tax bridge ___ 6.50 : G 25 cents.
original survey and plat of the Company Chic iL W. E. Lewis repairing Deputy Clerk. .
;1 1I' Town of Starke-SO feet frontage 6 $2.I :.- Certificate No 10. 3rd day of August J. Lewis d_____________ 7.50 I tonic and laxative effect.ordinary LAXA., I
if !!?* ft front M-48-. A. D. 191. has filed said certificate In E E. Wall _________ 2.50 1 TIE BROMO QUININE Is1tl
made application for tax ________ ; and does not cla u Tell it to the Telegraph and yju tel
AlYarn-Wfllt S7 S-10 feet of the east my office H. Rosenberg fe for mules 52.63 I i ; it to the Telegraph you tell Qian. the fall name I
I* S-10 issue in accordance with Said Co medicine forI Tel a il abr aD Advertise.4f'.4 .
feet of lots 1 and S. block 18- deed to tw. Tomlinson Drug took W. GROVE. 2. everybody. :
ST...-10 feet frontage at $2.816 per foot certificate embraces the folw SP ?* convicts -----------------' 8-10 everybody. Advertise. fo

. Trout, $105.14 property situated in Brfor floridiv ". ',

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r.". PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL it, lot .:.

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4 Onie Scarbor- guest of friends. I Wr. Willie \\' .
I Miss
liam
,I. I spent the afternoon; with fr'n-l;. Saturday entertained evening several of her young Prof. J. Scotten has opened a private Hewitt, of Lab Butler per?
Mrs. E. M. Hazen were ,ough ,
Mr. and
the school building. New ,
school at high River
of her
" her home in honor S'll1rlay
friends at
t slopping in Starke Friday afternoon. A number attended W. T. Saxon is making extensive repairs -1 i to Star ke. afternOOll, .
" :Miss Delphia and Minnie Norris, I fifteenth birthday. large his residence on Main street. I Easter '
on was ;
the evening very .
and passed somewhat
of LaCrosse, spent Sunday in Brooker dull
.Our efficient police force have almost folks Around fit
at the home of Mrs Margaret easantly playing games and enjoying t'w: River,
County News Items'Facts 1 guests Lewis. music. Delicious refreshments were found several German spies dur- shower which came in the as tt.e ,
Misses ing the past few days. prevented them
served. Those attending were frpm ha'
F Mr. M. P. Matheny and family mo-
_- loyal to the ter hunt nrthei,
Jessie Mae Colson, Our citizens are govern- egg ,.
Hona Alderman, I
tored Starke Monday afternoon, on '
to
!!; t IatG'atInf Gathered During the Week by Our ,a combined business and pleasure trip. Lizzie Townsend, Maud Powell Pinhol-, Avie i ment exceeding; the the demand supply.for garden We believe seed in is' We Mrs.are\\..sorry J. Tlinn to report the "
Mamie "
Inez Crabb 1of .
Regular Correspondents. I :Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Gainey, of La- Alderman, >as We
Ii ; Ii Crosse, spent Sunday with relatives ster, Anna Lee and Onie Scarborough; preparedness.The ; r a speedy recqi-ery. hop ,\
Sunshine Society will hold a patriotic Rev. Jones
ILF
:. here. Messrs. John Langford, John Padgett, preached a
I .. rally in the Masonic hall next ing sermon YerJ
Donald Owens Theodore Edwards, lat !t
Sunday
Walter
Miss Edna Baxter and brother, -
DIo
.j I the
members New
Dekle Efmer Monday evening. All are requested River B;
Seeber Powell, Willie ptist e
held immediately after the preaching spent Saturday in Lake Butler thUrQ, "
j I WOODLAWN. services. I shopping and visiting friends. Adkins and Willie Scarborough. to be present. school Remember,Sun 1htJre wlfl be &......

, : I -- Easter services were held at Grace Miss Edna Tillis, of Alachua, spent River at every 10:3(1.: fay mOrainr di:
1"i s i Dr. A. H. Freeman, of Starke, was church by the Sunday school consist- I the week end with her mother here. HAMPTON. NEW RIVER. Mr. T. J. t-veryone:
.r ;' I a professional visitor here Saturday. ing of special music, suitable recita- The Easter service at the Free Will was a business\r.drtws, of near
I Mr. Charlie Phillips, of Theressa, tions, etc. The pastor and Mr. J. D. Baptist church Sunday morning were I day. vsitor here
Yi
visited his uncle, Mr. D. L.. Phillips, Randall gave most interesting talks to largely attended and a short program Rev L. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp spent Eas- Don't

here Saturday and Sunday. the children, which were enjoyed by I most attractively rendered._ There was a pleasant visitor here Friday. ter at Theressa.Mr. -- ... -. Dran.atic form tie Berry! 1114
p :,: I Miss Dora Reed, of Bryceville, is' the quite large congregation.: was no sermon as was planned, as for I I )lrsA. A. Futch and little son, Leslie -I and Mrs. w. l. Parker were Innocence"Con.nsnv 01'r _
. r ] visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. The death of little Harold, the nine- reasons unknown the minister failedto were visitors to Waldo Monday.F. business visitors to Lake Butler Sat- Girls y
I W. H. Green this week. months-old son, of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. be present. C. Whittenhorn, of Palatka, rep- urday afternoon. FO.-KI- th; :iasonie haD at 3.
River
;r' : i i Miss Debbie Phillips was shopping Strickland, occurred at the home of IissI.rtie Hazen and Mr. Alvin resenting the Times-Union, was interviewing Miss Mae Dyal, of Graham, spent next Friday night, APfi
at 7:30
afternoon. The child the subscribers here Wednes- Sunday in New River. p. m. {his is ,
: in Starke last Saturday Mrs. H. Lowery last Friday. McKinney eloped Monday morning and will pia f
i"I' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norman visited was taken violently ill with convul- were married at the foot of the bridge Mr. and Mrs. C. Linnon spent last amuse all wio see it V,

1: near Lawtey Sunday. sions about a day before it passed that spans the Santa Fe river near day.Mr.. Tippins, of Manassas, Ga.. spent Sunday in Gainesville. Mrs Linnonwas come. .
f" I t Mr. O. J. Phillips visited at Lawtey away and gradually grew worse until Worthington Springs, in the presenceof I Tuesday here. 1 called to the bedside of her mother -
; Sunday afternoon. the end. The funeral services were a few friends, Rev. Smith officiat i Miss Evelyn Seals left Sunday for Mrs. Newberry. ATTENTION. nrER
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns are the held at the home Saturday morningand I ing. Shortly after the ceremony they Tallahassee, where she has enteredthe Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, of -
.. !! proud parents of a fine boy who arriv- the body interred at Evergreen took a train for Bushnell, where they State College for Women.W. Brooker, attended church at New River The comradr-Ii of J. J. Dickface-
ed March 31st cemetery near Raiford. Revs. T. B. will spend their honeymoon. They G. Seals, who has been home for last Sunday.Mr. No. lf.17 will meet"at' ?
Mr. Fred Sapp, of Raiford, is visit- Lawrence of the M. E. church and A. both have a host of friends who wish the past week because of sickness in Donald Adkins spent last weekat in Starke tunlhnCte)

ing at the home of his grandparents, T. Galloway, of the Methodist church, them many long years of happy married his family, has again assumed his duties Worthington Springs.Mr. 26th, to transact buslnesa .
I Mr. and Mrs. A. Green. South, conducted the sen-ices. life. as representative at Tallahassee.C. Arthur Berry and Clyde Parker the coming re-jnioa at Wts>t
( Mr. Jim Browning was visiting in Mr. M. Leviton, of Valdosta, Ga., E. Harper and wife motored to spent last Saturday in Starke. other matters. All who can IC
J Raiford last Sunday. was a business visitor to Lawtey Wed- i MILLER. Waldo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp, of near udged to attend. ppca

Rev. D. L. Phillips visited at the nesday. Miss Iva Cameron, of Starke, spent Worthington Springs, spent last Sat- W. T. '! m
state prison farm Sunday afternoon.Mr. several days here during the week, the urday night and Sunday in New River. ,Captain *
t. and Mrs. Bradley Green and WORTHINGTON.Quite George Miller: returned to Sutherland :: 1 1
children of Jacksonville, are visiting cne day last week! after spending .T -:-...
t at the home of their parents, Mr. and several days at home recuperatingfrom
r Mrs. A. Green. number of young folks of an attack of measles. :

t Mr. M. D. Carter and daughter, Miss Worthington gathered last Saturday I Miss Gussie McNire, of Fort White,
Mabel, were visitors to Starke Satur- night for the purpose of celebrating is teaching a music class at the homeof
day afternoon. Easter with an egg hunt. The egg Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Brown. MESSAGETo
Mr. Ed Muse was visiting in and hunt was a success, as they had a large Miss Annie Belle Peeples returned A
t ," around Maxville Sunday. crowd and plenty of eggs. All reporta (home Tuesday from Theressa, where
nice time. she visited her sister, :Mrs. Marion
y LAWTEY. The majority of the Normal pupils, I Sullivan. '
with Professor Shaw included, were B. E. Brown made a business trip to J
; somewhat surprised Monday morningby Bland, Alachua county, Monday.
County School Superintendent E. R. the marriage of one of the Normal J C. Ward was in our burg Mondayon Bradford County FarmersThe
Poppell, of Starke, delivered an ad- pupils, Miss Myrta Hazen, of Brooker Lusiness.
dress on education at the Woman's to Mr. Alvin McKinney, of Graham B. A. and 0. S. Thomas made a bus-
{ Club last Friday afternoon. Rev. T. We will miss Myrta very much, iness trip to Stark? Friday.C. .
B. Lawrence also gave an interesting but each and every one. join in wishing H. Harrison and R. B. Roberts,
of into the
entrance our government great European war brings face
talk on the same subject. them a long, happy future. of Worthington Springs, visited in our us
, Miss Bertha Lawrence came over to: iWe are glad: to welcome Miss Del- community Monday- on business. to face with conditions that will result in wide-spread suffering unless our
Lawtey from Jacksonville Sunday and ian Beilling, of Lake Butler, to our II. T. Bennett, of Bland, Alachua
spent the day at the-home of her par- Normal, and wish her great successin county, was in our town Saturday on farmers take immediate steps to meet the changed conditions. The South

ents, Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence. her work.Worthington. business. has heretofore drawn largely on the West for its food supply but this year
E Rev. A. T. Galloway preached at the was well represented Furman Stokes made a business ,
Baldwin M. E. church, South, last Sun- at Brooker last Sunday, the attraction I trip to Lake Butler Saturday after- and for as many years as the war may last, we must feed ourselves, becamethe

day evening. being an Easter program rendered by noon.J. Government will take the Western food supply for the armies. |
r Mr. W. E. Baker and family, of the Free Will Baptist Sunday school. I J. Beilling, of Providence, passed
': Jacksonville, spent last Sunday at the A large party of young folks gath- through our burg Monday morning. The only way to avert the impending disaster is for every farmer to put
i''. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White. ered at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Bry- :Miss Kate Douglass, who is attend-
forward his best efforts to raise food for man and beast By so doing he will
r j.: Mrs. Louis Young, of Orange City, ant Roberts to attend an Easter egg ing school at Lake Butler, visited her
I'' ') has been spending several days here hunt. The evening was greatly enjoyed home folks Saturday and Sunday. reap a rich reward, because food is scarce the world over and food crops are
at the home of her parents, Mr. and and old, and Glover
by young as arrangements Seeber Stokes Foster
: i
I" Mrs. Charles Hess. were made which provided for made a business trip to Dukes Friday sure to bring high prices. The field crops, corn, cotton and pinders, have already .

f' t Mrs Martha Hopkins returned here the enjoyment of the smallest ones as afternoon.B. been planted in Bradford county. Now let the farmers begin!to prepare
t 1 last week, after spending several well as the larger ones. Everyone report E. Brown went to Dukes on bus- .
i i.; t t months with relatives in Sanford.Mr. a nice time, although the weather iness Tuesday.Mr. in earnest for additional food and forage crops. Plant more corn. velvet beans .
'
: Thomas E. Adams was transacting was not so pleasant.We and Mrs. J. R. McLeod gave the still
i and pinders if there is room on the farm for them. After this first in order
;' -t business in Jacksonville last Fri- are glad to note that Miss Eula youngsters an Easter party Saturday 1
. day. Ware and Miss Annie Sykes, two pop- night. should be an ample garden and arrangements should be made for canning j
I! i Edward Edwards came up from !. ular young ladies of Island Grove, On last last Saturday afternoon the
'':" :, Gainesville and spent several days of. came in Saturday afternoon for the I I small children of community gath- every bit of the surplus. Our canning club work should have the cd-operation i

: last week. purpose of entering the Normal. We ered at Miller for an Easter egg hunt. of everyone and not a thing should be allowed to go to waste that fan be tar !
Mr. Bert Padgett, of Anthony, spent give them a hearty welcome to our After spending sometime in different
Saturday and Sunday in Lawtey? as midst and wish them great success. games they proceeded to the woods to ed for food. Sweet potatoes, cow peas and white beans should be']planted to ,

the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. The unveiling of the monument to hunt the Easter eggs. After spendingsome the fullest possible extent, and next fall rape and other pasturagt; for hog
M. Padgett :Mr. Henry Dukes, one of the membersof time they found the elusive
Arthur Sapp, of Detroit Mich., is Worthington Camp, Woodmen of eggs and then such a time as they should have the attention of every farmer. Meat is both scarce and high at '

v spending a few days here at the home the World, will take place at the New had. There were eggs, eggs, eggs and this time and it will be and higher next winter unless farmers .
scarcer our put
of his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hope cemetery Sunday morning.We then some eggs. All reported a fine
1 Sapp. Arthur has been employed a are sorry to note that Miss Eula time and hope for a recurrence of the forward every effort to raise a sufficient supply not only for themselves, but .
munition factory for the past few Boulware, one of our Normal studentswas event. .
months. He 'will probably return to unable to attend school on accountof Olin and Grover Clyatt of Providence, to supply the home market. t

Detroit in about two weeks. illness. We hope for her a speedy attended the Easter party at J. R. Mc- Do not neglect the hogs. See that they are kept well and that they have :|i
Deputy Sheriff Cameron, of Starke, recovery.Mr. Lccd's Saturday night.
t was in Lawtey on business the first Murray Thomas, of the Miller Bliss Ruby Parrish, who is attending sufficient food to keep them growing and thrifty. [\

part of the week. section, was visiting relatives in and the Lake Butler High School, spent We are sounding this note of warning because we are convinced that ours
Mr. W. of Jacksonville
J. Wilsey,
: near Worthington Sunday) afternoon. the weekendith her parents Mr.
was the guest last Sunday of.Rev andS A sing was held at the Methdoist Pond Mrs. J. W. Parrish.Ed .- home county, our state, and the whole South, are confronted by the dangers
Mrs. T. B. Lawrence. church Sunday night by Prof. Wilson, I Thomas went to Lake Butler
of in food
., Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Schunk and little and he will sing here again next Sun- Saturday. a great shortage supplies. %

;-' son, Billie, of Columbiaville, Mich., day night. Everybody come and bring H. C. Peeples made a business tripto What we have said about the crops to be planted is merely by way of lUfrj;
; of the F.
M.
and
are guests sons friends.
, Schunck your Jacksonville one day last week. gestion. Every farmer will know best how to meet the situation if onlj'4impress
about one mile north of Law- Everybody remember prayer servi- G. V. Phillips and R. W. Kerce, of we can

tey.Sheriff ces at the Sardis Baptist church every ,Lake Butler, were in our midst on business upon them the fact that our section now faces the absclute necessity -
W. J. Epperson, of Starke, I
Sunday night and don't forget to be one day last week.
was a business visitor to Lawtey Tues- present.Mr. of raising its own food supply.

',1'- :: ,i day.Mr. A. T. Pearce left Tuesday for Surrency. C. M.were Andreu business and Mr.visitors Lawton to LAKE BUTLER.Mr. It is a time when every man is called upon to do his best, and m extending-.I

1.-, : Fort Pierce, where he will he employed Worthington Monday afternoon.Mrs. .. credit we shall give first consideration to the man who is putting!forward Hi ,;'
J. ; by the Fruit Growers Express. .
A. B. Shaw and Misses Lula '
and Mrs. J. W. Jones the efforts to section f from food famine. ..
, t ; I Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting business and Virgie Thomas, of Worthington, gave save our a .
s ; 1 in Starke Monday. young folks a most pleasant entertainment -
,made a trip to Lake Butler Thursday I ..
J ; Mr. H. D. Randall was transacting afternoon. in their home last Saturday evening -
r \ I business in Starke last Tuesday. in honor of the young men that Bradford Bank Bank StarkeBy
County of
r : Miss Mabel Edwards came up from were going away to enlist in the army. <
\ I BROOKER.Mr. While everything.was done to make
; Gainesville and spent Saturday with
J relatives in Lawtey. all filled with joy, there was much sad- By N. T. Ritch Pres. E. S. Matthews Pres. '

r :: J Mr. J. F. White, who is employedat H. C. Richard, of Starke, was ness among all present, to think many ,
Neals, Alachua county, spent Sat- attending to business here last Fri- of our best young boys were going "
'. I urday and Sunday at his home near day.Mrs. away from their homes and loved ones. I

;, .i' Lawtey.Mr. A. J. Johnson, of Raiford, spent All Christian people should not cease .
and Mrs. T. J. Terry were visitors last week-end with her mother, Mrs. praying for peace to come to our country _-
to Fort White last Sunday. :M. C. Pinholster, who had been quiteill : and all nations. "I _".. i
fi > :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews, of for the past several days, but is The cold weather we are having is
i Raiford, were visiting relatives and much improved now. very detrimental to all young plants I II I .
;. friends and near Lawtey last Sun Miss Mayme Oliver returned to her but farmers need not get discouraged
day. hone Monday, after spending a cou- .but should grow all they possibly car.
\-. I Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Adams and' ple of weeks with her sister at Mid- I to eat. The time has come when every 1
*- f little daughter visited relatives in dleburg. body will have to strive for a liveli- RECIPROCIT

': : I I.ake City last Sunday. Postmaster T. R. Collins is spendingthis hood.Miss
.: Justice B. D. Kelley, of Raiford, was week visiting various points in Belle Richard and Grandma
:- in Lawtey Tuesday on business. South Florida. Richard went over to Guilford Satur- I II
t- ;:. Mr. J. W. Caldwell, of Cedar Key, Col. C. L. Peek, of Starke, was a day to spend a few days with Mr. and I
i' :' was shaking hands with his many business visitor in Brooker Monday. Mrs. H. K. Roberts.Mr. .
= friends.in Lawtey the first part of the Mrs Lacy Dubose, of Worthington, and Mrs. Alford Swaverlv of I
t. .. .. That is word
: ... week. Mr.- Caldwell-; was a former- res- is at the home of her mother, Mrs. ] Leesburg, visited their parents here I a big -- some of you young folks need a dictionary

ident of Lawtey. Bryant Shaw, on account of the illnessof this week, Mr. and Mrs. George SwaV- to get the full meaning.
;, Mr. J. W. Andrews, Sr., of Starke, her little sister, Wilma. erly.Miss I !
} was a visitor to Lrwtey Tuesday. Mr. L. Hodges was transacting bus- Knabb, of Brooker, made a Well, you sell us YOUR goods then
; Mr. James Goodfellow came up from iness in Starke Monday.Mr. pleasant visit this week with Mrs. An- I you buy OUR goods,

a -_ Palmetto and spent the first part of J. C. Laramore, of Macclenny, nie Crabb and daughter, Miss Inez. I i and we have more money to buy your goods. Again, if a man

: :. the week a this home here. Mr. Good- is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. E The Baptist and Methodist churches buys your goods when can't sell '
;, ) I fellow reports good crops in that sec- L. Crosby this week. held appropriate Easter sen-ices. The you them somewhere else,

. ':? tion and that good prices are being received Mr. Julian Collins and sister, Miss exercises were splendid, and greetedby I ; in all fairness give him at least a CHANCE to buy them when r

;; t for the produce. :Mary, Mrs. J. F. Brooks and aunt, a large audience.J. ; you can sell to else.
: 's Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thede, of Superior Mrs., Brumley, motored to Gainesville W. Alderman and children, of I someone
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Y J' Wis., are visiting relatives in Sunday. They accompanied Mr. Col- Jacksonville, were visiting at the homeof : A hint to the wise is
and near Lawtey. They will probably lins that far on his route to South Mr. and Mrs. W..C. Townsend here sufficientuWe have the goods and the
remain here for several months. Florida. Sunday right and .
prices we can use your produce
District Superintendent Martin, of )Ir. Lester Pinholster, of Clay county Mr. Barrett, the manager of Stump's i i <
_' Jacksonville, lectured at Grace church is visiting relatives here this week. store here, went over to Invernesslast -
Tuesday evening on the subject, "Em- Miss Julia Anderson visited relatives week and reports a delightfultime.
r balmed and Haunted" to quite a large at Graham last week. N. B. HULL
'' nd interested congregation. Dr. Martin i. Misses Laura and'Pearl Lewis, Victoria D. W. Pinholster and daughter, Miss STARKE FLAf
', 1 also preached Wednesday evening I Douglass and Mr. Eldon Baxter Louamanda, are spending some time ,
3 % r r.d the first quarterly conference was motored to LaCrosse Saturday and in South Florida.
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