Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02069
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.







i 'ED STARKE World's Greatest- Battle Is In BLIND TIGERS GALORE. Men Walk Out-From Factories'I vC 4> (. + y :
Progress on Both French of All Kinds, Including the $> A HURRY UP TALL I u1
9"I Shenjf; Epperson and his force of !
I TEMPORARY OFFICERS SELECTED and British Fronts. energetic deputies have determined if VESSELS WERE WITHIN 100 Munition Plants. *?' --- \ *
While many of theother leading <*
the will assist them, to make an
t DURING MEETING I public MILES OF NEW YORK CITY ts weeklies of the state have increased 4
end of the disagreeable blind tiger business .
BOTH ARMIES WORKING TO- their subscription price >>
I' in Bradford county. While this (

LARGE NUMBER PLEDGED THEIR GETHER ON THE BIG DRIVE traffic is reprehensible at all times it THREATENED BLOCKADE OF ALL WORKMEN CAUSES STRIKE*&> to maintaining$2 per year its the old rae Telegraph of $1.50 is S"fr f

SUPPORT MASS MEETING ON .- ,/ is doubly so now, when on account of ATLANTIC PORTS APPEARSTO & and at the same time i endeavor- $

NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. ATTACK HAS BEEN PERFECTLY the may war incite exigencies riots. The, drunken officers do rowdies their BE A CEITAINTY. STRIKERS DENOUNCE FARMERS, ,?. ing to keep the paper;;up to the <8y >

CO-ORDINATED AND GREAT duty but if the juries do not convict WHOLESALERS AND GOVERNMENT < highest standard credits service. d '
v There are no long $
on pa-
their labor is in vain. BITTER TEMPER EX-
At the court home Wednesday af- EFFECT IS BEING FELT-GER- disseminatorshave WASHINGTON April 17.-A brief & per, ink and other mat--rials that *

ternoon a good sized and very much MANS RETREATING: ON A 150- The been following rounded booze during the past official announcement was made hereat ISTED IN CROWDS THAT MASS- *!. enter into the making; of the pa- $
learn up noon that a German submarine this <3> Bills for these flings must 0
interested audience gathered to ED BEFORE PALACE WALLS. per.
few Clark Will
MILE FRONT. days: Chas Jones,
morning discharged a torpedo at the be paid promptly. Our* >
.about the American Red Cross and to Will Lee Laura Richard, James Rob- >nly means
form a temporary organization.Mrs. United States torpedo boat destroyer ertson all of John Walker
Lawtey.and Smith at a point in the Atlantic ocean COPENHAGEN April 18.-The our patrons. Therefore, we must <8>
R. A. Weeks and Mrs. J. M. LONDON April 18.-Along a 150- of Raiford.
about one hundred miles south of the number of strikers in Berlin is $ ask that make &
placedin our patrons
Alvarez read and explained literature mile front battle line French and Brit- I James Robertson was tried Monday, pay-
that had been sent from headquarters ish are pushing back the German ar- convicted and sentenced to a fine of port.of New.York, and.off the. Jersey even the semi-official report at 125- ments to us promptly. Please do <>

after which Dr. A. H. Freeman gavea mies in a titanic struggle for the mastery I.$50 and costs. cpast. me torpedo missed its mark 000 and is distributed, according to the <> not wait for us to sand two or 3>

i short sketch of the origin and spreadr of the western front. Stuping | The others,mentioned will be tried by thirty yards. The submersible immediately Tageblatt, through machine works, 3> three statements. The amount $

-this wonderful world-wide organi- into the fray after the British had this (Friday) morning at 9 a. m. A 'The disappeared.of some electrical establishments and a $ each subscriber owes i is-small: but
zation; also talked in regard to the been hammering the German lines in I jury is not supposed to "be like dumb, rine in presence United States an waters enemy is part of the munition plants. The latter I 0 the aggregate the !aim cuts a-*
of work taken the Arras region to bits for a week, gen- i: large figure. For instance, there *
different departments [i driven cattle but to exercise their taken to indicate that attempt statement is interesting in view of
erally an 0 <
least 8>
at 100 from
up by the Red Cross the courses for the French struck on a 25 mile front judgment, and one to show persons
; way pa- from the official ,
I on the part of Germany to car- a dispatch news bureau whom. should 0
local societies being follows along the Aisne, carried the German we haveirtlready received -
as : triotism is to show no leniency to blind
out the threatened submarine block- denying that the munition factories
ry A remittances for This year's First Aid (for women and men), 10 I positions to an average depth of from than ;tigers, if there is enough of actual or .ade of all Atlantic ports. In fact its were affected. The Tageblatt says, $> subscription. This aggregates fr
2 to 2 1-2 miles captured more circumstantial evidence to convict. i
lessons. 100,000 prisoners and maintained all I evident the blockade has even now however, that the great munition industry 4 $150. This amount would go a *
and Home CareS
Elementary Hygiene
begun. at Spandau has not been involved. 0 long toward iiUeting '
the our
the ground Last night after way
for So far this J. W. White takes
# of the Sick ( women), 15 lessons. I season I(0 :1
bills. *
Home Dietetics for ) 15 great success of their initial rush, General ,the palm for fine onions. They are of <
Reports in all the Berlin 0 : :
\ Nivelle's forces occupied them- newspapers
ti 1 the Wax and both
[,; lessons. Crystal variety are IN BRAZILWASHINGTON
444S'444 444'4
;i of selves with consolidating their new po- large and well flavored.'AUSTRIAREADY. which have arrived here agree Jhat; the
Preparation Surgical Dressings
sitions and resisting German counter- ( demonstrators order- J
were unusually
_ rr, (for women), 8 lessons. attacks. All these assaults were repulsed April 18.-A fine
outfits for soldiers who ly, although roughs resorted to occas- 7
Making area HUGE %WAR BILL
and in the Ailes region west feet of forty-six German merchant
lying in hospital.The of Caronne the German suffered-heavy ships were interned in Brazilian ports ional window breaking in the Unter de

American Red Cross has the fol- losses. Their total casualties all and it is the assumption that all have Linden the Friedrich and .Liepzic

lowing inspiring'record: told in the first 24 hours' fighting are: been seized by Brazil, according to information Strasses and other central thorough PASSES SENATE
s The American Red Cross is chartered AND EAGERFOR
estimated at 100,000 men. in the'hands of the Washington fares. Soldiers well police
as as were
f by congress. 'It is .the only volunteer Both British and French reports in officials. Press dispatches from
used in cordons thrown about the Un-
r agency' for relief commissioned dicate that continuation of the opera Rio Janeiro say the seizure of the
. by the government in case of war or ter Den Linden and the imperial cas- UNANIM USLY
I overwhelming disaster., tions is hampered by bad weather, DOVE OF,PEACE ships has been completed without in tle.

Nevertheless the British pushed for cidentMODERN. .
\ The president of the United Statesis St. Great crowds gathered in the neigh- f
ward in the region between Quentin -
borhood of the castle during the
the day
president society. -
and Cambrai, advancing east oi[ WOODMEN MEETING.
The Red Cross reports to congress; Epihy to Le Tombois farm within twc) HAS ABOUT REACHED THE and the temper of the cmrowd, particu- MEASURE APPROVED WITH.A
c its accounts are audited by the War larly the women, is described at very '

Department; all that it does is open tI and they a threatened half miles to of cut Le,the Catelet St. Quentin, when: i LIMIT OF HER RESOURCES Wednesday night Starke camp Modern bitter. The strikers denounced the FEW MINOR CHANGES

public scrutiny. ..1 t Woodmen of America held their farmers, the wholesalers and the gov- -
Cambrai main line of communicationThe -
Sinee 1905 the American Red Cross regular meeting. Two candidates were ernment in equal measure for respon- TOTAL OF BILL $ !
strategic great i
initiated into the of
mysteries Wood- sibility for the food situation. Even
has rendered valuable aid in 86 disas-
attacks have been PROVIDES FOR A LOAN TO THE
ters. It has received and expended Anglo-French i i STRUGGLING WITH THE craft, Messrs. Gray and Alderman, Socialist leaders who opposed the

: more than $15,000,000 in money and worked out in complete harmony. Dispatches I i PROBLEM OF FOOD. both of whom expressed their appre- strike made it evident to the authorities ALLIES OF $3,000,000,000. I '
indicate entire cooperationin
I ciation of the order and its teachings. that further curtailment-
relief supplies. I I a rations .
and timing the blows so as -
placing ;State Deputy Newsom is in Starke from could not be
Thousands of families have any cause
been !
!I J7-The
insure their WASHINGTON
helped and kept together; suffering has .to greatest i BERNE, Switzerland, April 19.- for a week or ten days and will assist borne. April war
In a broad way it may be judged that the local in finance bill providing for issuance of
been relieved and great misery Peace and spring weather are what camp increasing their Labor representatives interviewed
; pre- the French have for their immed- '
; vented. Its work also includes pre- iate now the isolation of the im- the Austrian and Hungarian. people membership. He has been,working in Lord Mayor Wermuth and the Prus- $7,000,000,000 in securities-the largest

; ventive and educational measures. portant objective railway center of Laon, to turn ''most desire. the interest of the other camps of the sion food commissioner, Michaelis, on I single war budget in any nation'shistorywas

No other agency provides so prac- the southern end of the Hindenburgline. During a long stay in Vienna whence county and Tuesday night he assisted yesterday. They were given an assurance passed unanimously tonight i i
tical an opportunity for helping hu- I the Associated Press correspondenthas Lawtey Camp of Modern Woodmen to in regard to food which it is hop- i

manity in times of great crisises, when The British have already piercedthis just come, there was observed every initiate twelve new members. ed will induce the workmen to abandonthe I by the Senate.
Aside from the social feature of the After hours of discussion the
the is < indication that the strike. seven I
need and
urgent measures government
; line at the north. The joint
op- and the order and the insurance which each The Vorwaerts alone of the big Ber- administration measure, which passed
for relief must be prompt and adequate. eration apparently is aimed at rollingup { people are willing to accept
in ef- j any peace proposals leaving Austria- member carries on a small paymenteach lin papers ventured this morning to the house last Saturday and which

1 8 The different classes of membershipare the present German front an still ,Hungarian territory intact and making month, the Modern Woodmen of comment editorially on the strike It provides for a loan to the allies of
fort to compel a retirement on a
as follows: witnessedon no claims for war indemnity. America has the finest sanatorium of said that the demonstration was based 13,000,000,000, was approved by the
greater scale than ,any yet its kind in the world for the treatmentof not only on the food situation and the senate with few changes in record
Annual .membership $1 subscrib- battleof I the token there
; the western front since the By same appears
any of its members who contract demand that internal reforms be no time. The amendments may necessitate -
ing member $2 contributing member, other ,be doubt that the will
; the Marne. Operations in no monarchy
tuberculosis. The treatment is free longer delayed but also on the deep a conference or the senate changes -
{ $5 sustaining member, $10 life continue unless these minimum
; ; mem- and the other : figuring
sectors of this front war -
and the member stays there until he of the for be accepted by the house.In .
longing people may
{ 1 peace.
} ber (one payment), $25; patron (life) at of secondary im- conditions are met. While the
), areas are is absolutely cured of the dread dis While claiming that the peace senti- either ever.t the executive branch .
: member $100. public is of the I
portance, although the French activity | extremely weary war ease. For his benefit there is main- ment has a decisive role in the move- of the government conducting the war
ti No field service is required of mem- and its mind is made to in the
further west in the Champagne up persist
( 1 tained a staff of trained medical men ment the Vorwaerts argues that the with Germany will within a few hours
bers. The mere fact that a will to the end rather than
district bear struggle
person the Alsace Lorraine accept
Starke Camp of :Modern Woodmenis strike cannot be regarded as anti-gov have authorization for the great war y
has taken such course does not nec- de- terms.
a close watch for possible important humiliating the youngest of the lodges in this ernmental since the "Austrian and chest at its disposition. To expedite ; )
: them for selectionfor
) essarily this guarantee velopments.Paris The demands made on AustroHunKarian's city but its membership is steadily German declarations justify the hope action, the senate tonight appointed
neither it
i them under volunteer. I economic resources and human growing, as its advantages are becom- tha tthe policy of the central powersis conferees to act if the house shouldnot
obligation to
; A April 19. The great western I reservoir by the war are beginning ing known. Wednesday night two- on a path which will soon lead to contrary to expectations accept
; temporary local organization was '
EY, front was extended for another 12 I to reach the limit of bearableness thirds of the membership of the camp peace." the senate changes.
:: formed and the following officers elected -
r i. ;q miles today when the French drove sand the,severe winter, whose after ef- were in attendance and assured Mr. The paper laments the fact that the Of the eighty-four senators present

4 : of their first line'fects still are felt, tended to increase Newsom their in the including all those
s the Germans from all co-operation securing demonstrations will have exactly the tonight; every one, I
f ; Chairman, Dr. A. H. Freeman. I positions and part of their second line the great burdens borne by the popu- of new members for this excel- opposite effect probably from that de- who voted against war except Senator 1
Vice Dr. E. T. '
Chairman Campbell.
r'- ?+;tisr from Rheims to the Champagne front. lation. The sowing of crops is about lent order. sired by encouraging Germany's opponents Lane, of Oregon, who was absent be-

Secretary Miss Amelia Ray. The victory was staged on the ground !three weeks behind, which causes considerable to continue the war, and diminishing cause of illness, recorded themselves I

Treasurer Mr. J. L. Peek. which saw the great offensive of 1915. I I anxiety, notwithstanding the CATTS IN TROUBLE AGAIN the output of munitions. It I in favor of providing the funds to 1

Membership Committee: J. L. Peek The German loss in today's battle is fact that the winter crops are reportedas .also regrets that among other excesses prosecute hostilities. Nearly all of the I

j' chairman, Mesdames H. C. Richard' estimated at 30,000 killed, wounded 'in good condition. Spring weatheris Committee Report That He Did Say a crowd gathered in front of the va- twelve absentees were ill.
J. M. R. A. A. M.
awaited eagerly for the planting of That in the of the nationto
., 1 Darby D. C. Jones N. Sternberg, A. and prisoners. 1. lie Would Jail Drunken Members. cont British embassy, yelling and cat- inability
potatoes and other summer
crops. calling.No supply men at once, for the fightingline
Price N. D. Wainwright. and Miss I ORDINANCE NO. 94. The lateness of the season has been reports of a strike movement in money should be America's immediate -

Emma Darby.Thirtyfive. the cause of deferring the calling to TALLAHASSEE, April 18.-The labor centers outside Berlin have been contribution, was the domi-

t persons pledged them- read the colors of recent levies of recruits, Senate this morning vindicated Cor- received as yet. A Kiel dispatch says nant thought expressed during the de- ,
; selves to join as annual members and All owners of vehicles should who will start training May 15 insteadof respondent Felkel in sending out the that the radical anti-war party got bate: Every senator rpeaking announced :

t ; one as a contributing member namelyMr. Ordinance No. 94, lately passed by the April 15. report of the Governor's speech in control of the greater Kiel Socialist staunch intention to aid the

Julian Peek. city council and printed on another Food Problems which the executive is quoted as say- assambly and passed resolutions in government in prosecuting the war toa
y Those pledging themselves to be an- page of this issue of the Telegraph. ing he would jail the first drunken :
An- speedy conclusion. Only two sena-
regard to not voting war
and other cities
the writer's views, con- large con-
J. P.
are member. The committee appointed to
tors Borah and Cummins declared
other from Munich
sidelight comes
tinue the with food
has struggle problems
Tomlinson A. H. Freeman Jno. C. sidering the great expense our city investigate reported that the governor where teacher opposition to the proposed allies loan.
woman was put on
the streets, and which are due very largely to the ex- a
into.in paving
Wills H. C. Richard. EllaJohnson., C. gone used language of similar import as "
trial for "pacfist intrigues. She was
A. Knight, R. A. Weeks, W. L. Wall that'they are not designed for heavy tremely poor conditions of transport.The that quoted, if not the language quoted acquitted on the ground that she was Read President Wilson's address on
:r J. E. Wilson A. Price A. M. Darby, B. loads or very fast travel, the ordinance long war _has .caused a general! and that the Governor's explana- demented from overstrain. 7.
J!. Hopson J. F. Kickliter Laura should have included several other depreciation of railroad tracks and tion to the Senate committee contained page

4 .Knight, A. Z. Adkins, J. E. Futch, N. items besides those enumerated among rolling stock. Another factor in the language of similar import, and

D. Wainwright, E. T. Campbell, T. N. the things forbidden such as heavily food shortage in the cities is the short- that the matter was beneath the dig-

Limbaugh, J. M. Alvarez H. E. La- loaded motor trucks, skids, dragging sighted system of regulations in leaving rural nity of the Senate and recommendedthat RUSSIA ILL NOT MAKE PEACEJUNDER -
; fast turns on curves comparatively plenty many
srergren W. H. Graham, Misses Etta behind wagons the affair be dropped. The com-
Tison, Emma Darby, Amelia Ray Nit: by automobiles, and the dragging of districts, while the thickly peopled industrial mittee report was adopted. Gornto,

{ Bessant, Lucile Tatum Mesdames J.I plows on the streets. However the sections are in want. Althoughfood in debate, declared the Governor's lan- ANY

L. Peek N. Sternberg, A. V. Long, J. intention of the law is to prevent the prices in Vienna are three times guage was an insult to the Senate. TERMSWITHGERMANYIt

M. Tatum L.,A. Davis, D. C. Jones, J. passage of any vehicle or any other normal it still is possible to procure 1

i W. White, Dr. A. H. Freeman and Mr. thing over the pavement that can tendto .supplies in far-off districts almost as WILL ALLOW ENTENTE TO RE- ..

:H. E. injure it. Should a circus come to cheaply and easily as in times of peace CRUIT IN THE U. S. Assurances
Lagergren.Next The have WASHINGTON, April 18.- is now learned fronts an authoritative -
would government regulations
Monday evening at 7:30, at the town the passage of elephants much been far from successful in many re- WASHINGTON, April 18-Both the reached Washington today that : source that these apprehensionsand

court house,there will be a mass meeting injure the pavement about as as spects, although thus far they have house and senate today passed withoutroll under no conditions now conceivablewill misgivings were basil upon mis-

in the interest of the Red Cross. the heavy circus wagons. ordinance .served to keep in reserve supplies calls the administration bills to the provisional government of understandings of the airs of the extreme -

One of the Field Secretaries will be Another matter the above for is the which ultimately will be available. In permit the entente nations to recruit Russia yield to the overtures from the socialistic element in Russia.

present and address the audience. Everyone failed to provide a penalty drive their, the meantime however the public is their citizens in the United States to German and Austrian socialistic rep- The information received today is thatso

}invited: to come out and. hear custom of some people the to curbing A_6 i paying a terrific cost for this systemin fight against Germany.To resentatives to negotiate a separate far from contemplating any peaceon

i c, ; about the Red Cross work and join tne loaded wagons across At all the form of extortion practiced by meet objections that the bill, as peace. the basis of existing governments{ ,
local point they see an opening. The entente embassies with this the advanced Russian want
organization. any in the unscrupulous middlemen whom the originally drawn, might open the way assurance socialists
The the American Red Cross points where there are alleys before them confessed !to their ideas
% work of cut downto government in most cases has been unable for compulsory enlistment of foreigners frankly carry democratizing by I
a; ; brought very near to us when we blocks the curbing has been otherwisethe to reach owing to the fact that the house added an amendment a great sense of relief. force into the enemy countries and to

think of the people from our midst permit a team to enter inches they have powerful Vienna banks be- providing that the recruiting author- The gathering of socialists at Stock- appeal to their brother socialist in

who are volunteering to go and give curbing is raised several the hind them. ized should be carried on under regula- holm, known to be fomented by Ger- Austria and Germany tp overthrowthe

*fi! their best efforts to their country following above the paving. Driving across tions prescribed by the secretary of mans and Austrians, was lokked UPO1j monarchies and establish true so-

rt our flag through all the for- curb with vehicles chips'and displacesthe lots Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley returned war. .*H.;.! with dread. It was feared that cun- cialistic republics. [> :

fc tunes of war. Among the number of granite and owners of vacant insist Thursday from Williston where they It is expected that the amendmentwill ning appeals to the altruistic brother- This movement is reported to be *3

.4 ""Well .known Starke persons who have along the streets paved should I called on account of the serious be accepted by the entente so that hood of working men and such consid- gathering strength rapidly in Russia. .,

? volunteered this week are Miss Rhoda that some measure be provided to pro-who were illness of Mr. Colley's mother, Mrs.S. I the bill may be sent to the presidentfor erations might force the provisional The soldiers are falling into line and j

Igergren, who has joined the National tect them against the persons C. Colley. They left the patient I his signature without the necessityof I government to consent to a separate the workingmen are going back to the

Red Cross and Mr. Frank Lane take the "short cut" across their prop- much improved in health. conference between the two houses, peace. shops to turn out shot and shell.U .
;' who has joined the army.cirr' erty instead of following. the street.



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r CIVIC DEPARTMENTCLEAN have The comrades -of J. J. Dicldson Camp !
1 The following thirty-six names
been drawn from a list of 300 selectednames No. 1617 will meet at the court housein Don'tKeep Money Idle

of registered voters of Bradford Starke at 10 a. m., Thursday, April26th
z to transact business relating, to
county, to form a venire from whichto -
UP TIME. choose grand and petit jurors at the coming reunion at Washington another d s

the spring term of the circuit court, matters. All who can come are and subject to loss while you are investigating *

A jolly little clean up fest is coming to convene in Starke Monday, May udged to attend. W. T. WEEKS,

with the spring, 7th: Captain Commander. channels for its profitable investment in approved -
The mop will be our master and the 1 R. S. Johns.
scrubbing brush our king. 2 J. M. Norman. securities.' '
We'll live and breathe in soapsuds and 3 Francis M. Dowling. i
we'll feed on new laid paint, 4 Henry J. Leverett. AutomobileOwners
And our overalls and aprons will be 5 G. B. Colson. -- Placed with the Bank of Starke in a Time Deposit ;\

singularly quaint. 6 Henry E. Williams. ,
7 Charley A. Roberts. it will be protected against fire, theft or ?<.
We'll-see that when the dog comes We'll slosh in disinfectants from our 8 Eustis T. Parrish. Get Our Prices before buying -

home he wipes his feet with heads unto our feet, 9 James L. Silcox. Tires. any other loss.

care; Till our very thoughts are germproof 10 E. N. Green. INDEPENDENT TIREICO.
We'll brush the cobwebs and dust Dover.
away and our souls are and Perry
from grandpa's chair, sweet. 12 G. W. Carter. '. Jacksonville, Fla., It will be payable on demand and produce interest .

And when we've scrubbed the garbage Then 13 George S. Elixon. i
:: -a there's nothing else to .. P. O. Box 926 -
pail the cat who wanders huWill clean this merry month of 14 C. A. Beck II -- II at4 per cent. ) ..-

gaze into its shinivoifith We'll clean up all the cash in sight and 15 C. E. Har el'. -
mute, reD'7dcbful three meals 16 Chas. N. Dennison. TIMES.
t. eye. square a day. "PARLOUS .
t -- 17 Jerry Bohannan.
18 J. M. Prevatt. Everything is still peaceful and serene -
SOME CLEAN UP BENEFITS. chemicals in the undried sap of the 19 T. E. Lewis. though hardly a day has passed Bank of Starke

wood are injurious to the paint. If 20 William M. Bryan. of late but some episode has taken
the the steam from E. E. Harden. time filled the hearts
exposed to sun 21 place that for a
in Be
Results Obtained Chicago Would
Pleasing to Any One. the heated sap will loosen the paint.Do 22 E. E. Petty. of many with fear and dire forebod- Starke Fla.
not have the painting done by 23 W. H. Edwards. ,
contract, as the workmen will then 24 II. C. Brannen. ings.Last Thursday evening the windowof .
A few of the things accomplished in slight the work. Where two rubs with 25 Joseph F. Edenfield. the Western Union office was brokenby ---J s

Chicago by the clean up campaignwere the brush are given, there should be a 26 W. C. P. Kerce. a base ball, thrown by a party __ J 4 4Davis
: dozen, as the paint will then be rubbed 27 J. V. Edwards. whom the police could not find. The -- -
; Helped keep the street clean, protec- into the wood and cover it completely. 28 William E. Bradley. fact that the ball bore this ominous -
tion of the trees, back and front yards As it is harder to set fire to a stickof 29 M.: Z. Sullivan. legend "Made in Germany" makes the L WHAT IS ;
kept in good order, prizes having been wood that is painted, than to one 30 W. M. Overstreet. episode serious enough. rJ f
offered for the greatest improvementand unpainted, it is evident that a painted 31 R. T. Taylor. Friday two shots were heard from R.
best results, kept dirt out of the building will not catch fire so quick as 32: J. 0. Johns. east of the power house. The shooterwas LAXFOSLAXFOS
schools and made the boys shine their an unpainted one. The loose fibers on 33 A. J. Jackson. apprehended and was a man above
shoes, which has been an incentive to naked wood, which ignite quickly, are 34 John Crosby. suspicion, who declared he had only : & Company ;4
keep the rest of their clothes cleaner; not present on painted wood.It 35 J. L. Whitten. fired his pistol so as to clean it out. IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
kept the buildings from being defaced is not generally known that all 36 James Kite, Jr. But the fact that the weapon had .
and fences marked with chalk, etc.; structures are worn by the weather as mountings of German silver made the INSURANCEStarke A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE

flower boxes were used in the business well as by the sand blown about by the PROVES AN EXCELLENT case serious and it is still under ad- CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC
districts and shrubs and flowers
planted wind. Thus we see old shingles worn visement.
FERTILIZER. LAX-FOS is not a Secret or Patent Medicine -
everywhere, protection to dumb ani- thin where'exposed to the weather I
very Saturday night a stranger was seen but is composed of the following
mals and other things capable of being while the unexposed parts are still acting suspiciously. He held his head Florida old-fashioned roots and herbs:

injured, many alleys paved, broken of the original thickness. That paint Many of the truckers along the Atlantic beneath the faucet under the water :-: CASCARA BARK .
fences mended old shacks torn
will prevent wear from weather has tank and let the water Being -
and Gulf Coasts have found pine run. apprehended *MI'I" BLUE FLAG ROOT .
; .own or repaired and painted, enforced frequently been forced on the attention straw to be a valuable aid in crop pro- by an officer, he said he RHUBARB ROOT
I the anti-spitting law, and playgrounds of the writer as he has seen signboardsof duction, and their use of this materialhas came from Cow Creek, had got drunkon BLACK ROOT ..
I were created. soft woods, after an exposure of increased rapidly since the war Sparrow gin and was only soaking I" COFFINS CASKETS
: some years, worn to a depth of a has caused the fertilizer situation to his head so he could sober up and go ROOT
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP A CONTINUOUS I twelfth or an eighth of an inch, except become acute. Indeed, during the past to the picture show. The officer amus- And a full line of SENNALEAVES

I CAMPAIGN.Since where protected by the paint mark- two seasons some of the growers of ed himself with tapping the man on I Undertakers' Supplies AND PEPSINIn
I ings.Yet Irish and sweet potatoes in the Southern the head with his stick, and then made. LAx-Pos the CASCAK is improved by
there are times when paint is Always on hand. The best service the addition of these digestive ingredients
j trucking sections have found it the discovery that the coco sounded
Hercules diverted the river to
worse than useless. It is when at the lowest prices. Special making it better than ordinary CAS-
I renovate the Aegean stables "Cleanup" green possible to produce fair crops with lit- hollow and empty. He let his prisoner
CAKA,and thus the combination
Boor .sills are painted over with coal 1 attention to telegraph orders. acts not
has had its place in the world's tle or no fertilizer other than liberal go, for he had heard that German spies only as a stimulating laxative acd cathartic
tar and when fence have I
vernacular. With Spring the desire to green posts applications of cemposted pine need- have plenty of brains. but also as a digestive and liver tonic. Ij;
refurbish comes subconsciously into the underground portion painted or les.For Sunday night a careful citizen made Registered Embalmer Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAJc-Fos ;
the hearts of men and women and com tarred. Instead of preserving the this purpose the needles of the the rounds of his backyard before going combines strength with palatable) aro- "
t munities. But without direction and wood, the paint prevents it from dry- short-leafed or loblolly pine are far to bed. He stopped under a china I DeWITT C. JONES matic taste and does not gripe or disturb
t sustained effort the expression of that ing and induces dry rot. the most valuable. tree and distinctly heard a purring I Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston &; Co the stomach. One bottle will :prove !.
'desire, in the form of the ordinary The Telegraph hopes that the above The South Carolina Experiment Sta- sound that could only come from a I Starke Fla. I LAX-FOS is invaluable for Constipation, t,
t "Clean Up. Day" or "Week" is apt to hints may promote paintings and save tion has found that the needles of this Zeppelin. As he listened somethingfell Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price SOc. I

I result in a superficial sally against the money to property owners. species of pine contain 0.26 per cent on his shoulder that caused a sharp .
r: filth.i of potash, so an application of twenty .twinge, like from a hundred needlesa ______ --- --- -.
i! Years ago Allen W. Clark, a St. NEW IMPROVEMENTSMuch tons of straw to the acre will add to missile, no doubt. He quickly ran
f f.. Louis editor, made up his mind that the soil 104 pounds of potash, or the and notified the night marshal. The
this natural "Clean Up" instinct could Activity Shown in Building and equivalent of 210 pounds of muriate citizen's kid says the cat was lying on
be turned to account, that it could be Repairing. of potash. The needles of the other a limb of the tree, purring, then jumped Clean Paint !
developed into a real campaign working species of Southern pines are not so to the ground via his father's shoulder up :

!! toward definite ideals and accomplishing Of improvements in Starke, either valuable. in.this _respect. ;. but that. is plainly, an invention uPi .
i permanent results. And so, I Besides the value of its mineral con- by the boy to keep his mother from being -
just completed, under way or soon to !
in May, 1912, Mr. Clark founded the be begun, we note the following: tents, the organic matter of the pine frightened. We will Will ? :
.. I. Nation "Clean Up and Paint Up" cam- Turpentine still just completed north straw is an element generally much :Monday: a citizen found a cartridgethat you .
I' truck soils. The value of looked On its .
paign bureaus with headquarters in I of the depot by J. .Truby. Work of needed by suspicious. bot-
St. Louis. He hoped that a thorough- (distilling will be started as soon as straw may still further be enhanced by tom were stamped the mysterious let-
going movement, national in its scope j dipping begins. using it as litter in farm paddocks and ters, "U. M. C. W. 38," which plainly

:l and practical in -principles might I G. M. Sistrunk is having his residence -I cattle pens when it will absorb a con- had a sinister meaning in German. A "
, .3 take the place of the "annual bath" l corner Call and Church streets, siderable amount of animal excrementand German scholar was consiulted, who I
1 idea as expressed in the old-time clean connected with the public sewer, and become partly decomposed. soon, by transposing the letters, found
up day or week. is also building sidewalks in front of By removing it from the pens often their meaning. It was: "U. W. No. iDon't i
,f A National Civic MovementFor t his premises on both streets. and replacing it with a fresh supply, C381., :: ." Think of that! "Unter Was- t

four years the scope of the Na- The bond trustees are having, as a an immense amount of material can ser'' means under water, or U-boat,
tional Bureau's service has rapidly extended -precautionary measure, an 8-foot fence. be prepared in this way in the courseof and the M. stood for Mauser, the kind
r t until this year it is cooperating built around the water tank and the a year. Many truckers who keep of rifle used. The startling intelligence I (i .
r with more than 6,000 local com- reservoirs. T. P. Wall is the contractor few animals prepare their pine straw was immediately brought to Chief forget .
H a j' g munities in the organization and direc- ... ..i... several months before application by Kite, but he only laughed and would
.: tion of real "Clean Up and Paint Up" D. C. Jones is going to move his bottling -i merely composting it with a little sta- have the citizen believe the letters only -
i > campaigns, not "days" or "weeks." works to -he corner of Thompson ble manure in large piles in a damp meant, "Union Metallic Cartridge \ fr *;
and shady place on the edge of the Works, 38 cal." Still it it'sWoolsey's
Continuous campaigns for homes and. and Madison streets, hitherto is'significant .24 h'41Iys itif
occupied -
- ..1 hometowns beautiful, sanitary and safe I by the Marks Buick Co., and woods. Others get good results by that Rowell lake is only two miles ?; I ':z.,'
, -conducted by permanent committeesand the owner, Mrs. Bonita Jones, is hav- applying the straw to the land as it away. '
involving the co-operation of city ing a concrete floor laid and other improvements is hauled in from the woods and plow- Monday morning a most overpow- _
and town officials, club women, com- made. J. R. Tison is the- ing it under at once. The latter method ering odor pervaded West Call street, I glll r j'&tst '
mercial organizations, the children, fire contractor.J. of procedure is the simplest of all that could only come from a gas bomb.It .
prevention interests, all business men F. Canova who lately bought of and is often the most practical to follow : was found impossible to trace to its e 1
I and though the results are not so source. Some of those who Paint
property owners, is the goal aimed J. Hampton Jones the cottage in the men are ,
i at by all of the National Bureau's pro- southeast corner of Walnut and Jack- good as in some of the other methodsof always ready to keep down excitement, .
handling.-Country Gentleman.I I said the smell came from the
I paganda.Mr. son streets, has engaged J. R. Tisonto linotype
>: Clark declares that the bane of convert it into a two-story resi- metal being melted and cast up in ingots -
: any community is the citizen who lacks dence with all the modern improve- VELVET BEANS A GREAT CROP at the Telegraph office, but they
even a semblance of interest in the ments. TO PLANT THIS YEAR. found few believers.We .

community, and that, strange as it Col. Comer L. Peek is having the could relate more harrowing incidents .. ': -;- / .
- may seem in a democracy, absence of fence rebuilt around his premises, old South of parallel 34 in the Gulf states but forbear, as w od fwypppu j
this interest seems to be pretty generally structures removed and all else painted and Georgia, that is, south of a line cidents, but forbear, as we do not wishto ,
i prevalent in the average American or whitewashed.War running through north central Geor- unduly excite our readers.
.' community. Such a citizen would and gia, Alabama and Mississippi and Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.!
may come war may go,
have "The Town" or "The City, what- But Starke forever. southern Arkansas and Oklahoma, and TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR
: goes on
ever those names may signify when in most of South Carolina and eastern The happy home builders
the body of citizens is eliminated, keep NASTY CALOMEL :
( MRS. HALLIGAN ENTERTAINS North Carolina, few crops will pay ,
;'f the streets and alleys clean, preservethe CIVIC CLUB. better this year than velvet beans, I -
; public and individual health, elim- Starke Fla. I
says The Progressive Farmer. Especially Starts your Liver Without Mak ,
inate nuisances, make everything in is this true if the early maturing .
town spick and span and satisfactorywhile Wednesday afternoon, April 11th, varieties like the Early Speckled and ing Ycu: Sick and Cannot ..1,.
the citizen sits back and looks the School and Civic Club met at the Osceola are used. The former variety I Salivate. i ._
hospitable suburban home of Mrs. J. especially has demonstrated its worth _.: : ,
on.The real "Clean Up and Paint Up" R. Halligan. nearly everywhere in the territory outlined J
: campaign, organized on the plans of Considerable business was transacted above, and the Osceola, a new Every druggist in town-your druj.irlst ,.
; the National Bureau, gives everyone the president, Mrs. Halligan, occupying variety with much larger pods, appar- and everybody's druggist has noticed CotoAlvarez's
something definite to do to help make the chair during the meeting. ently Is proving equally early and a great falling off in the sale t"
their .home town beautiful, sanitary Reports from treasurer, corresponding probably even more prolfic. of calomel They all give the same ; ,
t and safe. And the campaign's educational secretary, chairman of civics, etc. were Velvet beans are especially valuablein reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking
; influence should work steadilythe ''I'' read and accepted. Matters pertaining that they can be planted in corn in its place. Market :
year 'round and year ajfter year, to the work of cleaning our town and May and a double crop of corn and "Calomel is dangerous and people }
automatically eliminating many nuisances removing old buildings were discussedat beans thus mad, without either materially know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is
caused formerly by carelessnessor length. After payment of dues the interfering with the other. perfectly safe and gives better results -
thoughtlessness of property owners meeting adjourned to meet in Maywith I Yields of twenty bushels of beans per ," said a prominent local drug- for
and tenants. Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is
acre are common, and as beans have a personally -
During the social half hour Mrs. feeding value almost equal to that of Raaranteed by every druggist who
ABOUT PAINTING flalligan served dainty refreshments corn,' it will be seen that the productof sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, Home Fattened Beef -
to her and if it fails to
-' guests. > an acre capable of producing twenty give easy relief in
bushels com be doubled every case of liver sluggishness and ,.
A Few Facts Given the Public For the may practically -
First Time. NEW CONNER BRIDGE. by planting beans in the corn. Another I constipation, you have only to ask for
advantage of the beans is that your money back. 1
keep for sale
The contract for the new Conner the hogs and cattle will harvest them Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- only beef of young steers ::

As we are now in the midst of a bridge, across New River, has been during the fall and winter without any tasting, purely vegetable remedy, fattened -
"Paint Up" campaign, we will add harmless place in Starke.
to both children on
awarded to Burnsed &: Clough, lately expense to the grower. and adults. my
in addition to those
some reasons gen- identified with the public work in Farmers 'everYwhere in the lower Take a spoonful at night and wakeup
erally given-why structures should be Starke. The part of the bridge builtof half or two-thirds of the Cotton Belt feeling fine; no biliousness, sick -

painted.Linseed oil is very scarce now and 1 lumber will be 500 feet long, and a should plant-some velvet beans this headache, acid stomach or constipated Pork, Mutton, Sausage, all of the best ;
",' i raised earth approach will be built at year; the seed are cheap, and the bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause ,
the therefore cheap they paints do contain not last hardly long.any It, 1 each( end. While the bridge is being amounts of feed and plant food produced inconvenience all the next day like kept in the most sanitary manner. .
best obtainable.A i built provisions have been made to allow are large. violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel .
x pays to buy the paint today and tomorrow
crossing of the river with teams you will feel
common habit is to paint a new 'at all times. To Care a Cold la One pay weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose
-- house as soon as it is completed. Thisis I Take LAXATIVE BROUO Quinine. It itopi the a day's work! Take Dodson's Liver A. L. Alvarez
wrong, for in the shrinking of the Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell I I Couth and Beidacbe and work off the Cold. Tone instead and
I feel fine
full of
will loosen and the everybody. Advertise. Drnrtittt refund money if it fail to care. vigor
boards the paint ,
I E. W. GROVE'S signatnrc on each boa 2Jc and ambition. (14-5% .


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-- ci> 1 SAVE $150. !
CATIS THREATENS TO BOrn i Make your Healing Remedy at home
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 0 Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. cS I Get a 50c bottle of Farris' Healing Oil, H j

0 December 31, 1916. Trains will 0 add it to a pint of linseed oil and you I j

AND ATTY-GENERAL 0 run as follows: cScS > have a pint of the best healing remedy J t
that money can buy.It cures old sores, }
[Live State NewsTold > Jacksonville to Tampa. 0 wounds, cuts and scratches. We sell

cS No. 3_______________10:40 a. m. 0 it. Sold by D. C. Jones, Starke, Fla.
0 No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. 0 April-6-13-20-27. i
by Our Exchanges. President Must Free Convict or Florida's Comedian Governor 0 No. "Floridian"____ 2:52p.m. I ,i 1
o I i
I Will Run For President and Oust Attorney General Nation's <$> Jacksonville to Cedar Key. BE OPTlMIS'iu: ]

': = in No. 21______________ 4:56 p. m. I f
official count in Preparation for Defense Not as Important, :
,. CRESTVIEW.-The Operations for the establishment of > Here's Good News for S arke Real- !
the courthouse election in Okaloosa the ranch already are under way. Eleven His Opinion, as Immediate Pardoning of Convict. <8> Tampa to Jacksonville. 01 I dents {
won by Crestview 737 to carloads of bulls each a registered No. 4__. 3:37 p. m.
county, was ------------
652.ORLANDO.Ground. thoroughbred, have been purchased in No. 2_______________ 5:20 a. m. Have you pain in the small of the
Baker OI I
Texas and are now in transit. The In the language of the street gamin & No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. back? aid,

was broken company will devote its attention to "believe us," we've got some governorin 4> > Headaches dizziness nervous ti
<* Cedar to Jacksonville.> spells?
the of beef cattle the of the Reverend SidneyJ. I Key
Saturday for th. No. 20______________ 9:27 a. m. <& Are you languid, irrtable! and
hospital in this city. It is to and will aim to improve beef breeds in (is it Jeremiah or Jehosaphat & <8> weak? l .
1100,000 this section by the importation of the I Catts. He's the busiest little bee that
the Orange General hos- Starke and Wannee.cS>
be known as I Annoyed by urinary disorders? 1 1Don't
blooded stock for time. busy-beed in these parts, and each
some ever \
be owned citizens all
; pital and to by I (Daily Except Sunday) despair-profit byStarke ex- j
I time he busy-bees Florida gets a more
Orange county. I No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. <8>
over prominent place in its role as the comedian i No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. $ periences. \
DeLAND.-One negro woman dead, of commonwealths.Catts Starke people know Doll's Kidney

MADISON.-Mr. B. <3. Waring tellsus one negro woman very seriously injured in a controversy with the At- <8> T. J. GRIFFIN 0 Pills-have used them&commend

that 20 can hogs were shipped' and three other marked and lanta Constitution tells the public he $ Agent. : them.

from this the last few weeks branded was the result of a joy ride is too busy to read his Bible or say 0 cS Here's a Starke resident's state- .I

and that they brought around $1,000 a Friday evening witK Son Coger at the his prayers, and then he calls for 00000000000000000 ment:

car. Also, there were cars shipped wheel of the auto. The party, seven prayers for rain.' Not content with THE STAR SPAXGLED BANNER. W. W. Baisden, Starke; says: "I

from other points in the county, and he in all, sandwiched into a car startedout completely demolishing Kaiser Wil- Spring Colds Are Dangerous. used Doan's Kidney Pills about four t

thinks a total of 25 cars from the t8 paint the surroundings a' vermilion helm (verbally) his next act is to 0 say, can you see, by the dawn's early Sudden changes of temperature and. years ago for kidney complaint. They

county would be a safe estimate and hue. Crossing the railroad I "bawl out" the president of the Unit- light underwear bring colds with stuffed up did me a world of good,; curing all

perhaps some more. track at Fatio, a little station near i ed States and the attorney general be- What so proudly we hailed at the twi- head, sore throat and general cold symptoms promptly. Myi back was

Starke grove, they miscalculated the cause they refuse to pardon Blake light's last gleaming, symptoms. A dose of Dr. King's New strengthened and I felt b4tter in every -

ZOLFO.-Very few Zolfoans have distance of the Atlantic Coast Line Campbell, convict, instanter, and informs Whose broad stripes and bright stars Discovery is sure relief, this happy way." .

any idea of the amount of work or the freight, which demolished the car and the world that he is going to through the perilous fight combination of antiseptic balsams that Price 50c, at all dealers. Don'tsimply t

amount of territory drained in the Germanized the party. The freightwas run' for the presidency. At the same O'er the ramparts we watched were so clears the head, soothes the irritated ask for a kidney remedy-get .

present project of the Zolfo drainage brought to a standstill, backed up, time he invites Richard Henry Ed- gallantly streaming? membranes and what might have beena Doan's Kidney 'ills-the name that '
digging canals in the the dead and injured.loaded onto the monds, editor of the Manufacturers And the rockets' red glare the
district now busy lingering cold is broken up. Don'tstop Mr. Baisden had. Foster Uilburn Co.,
: 'Gator branch section. It is estimatedby train and brought back to DeLand Record, and one of Florida's best bombs bursting in air the treatment when relief is first Props., Buffalo N. Y. 30

Drainage Engineer Lacey that with function, where five of the party including friends, to bring a regiment of Mary- Gave proof through the night that felt, as a half cured cold is dangerous.Take -

the completion of the canals more than Myrtle Manyara, the dead landers down to Florida and see what our flag was still there. Dr. King's New Discovery till

10,000 acres will be drained and left ina woman, were unloaded. The two men happens to 'em, and-well, the laugh- 0 say, does the Star Spangled. Banner your cold is gone. (1) r. i
who were most seriously injured were stricken nation is undoubtedly wonder-
state that will make cultivation easy. still wave
taken to the Coast Line hospital at ing what he will do next. O'er the land of the free and the homeof CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN Full Supply of ]
Sanford. Here's the letter from His Reverence the brave?
PALM BEACH-The well in processof I i to the attorney general: ON YOUR WIFE DRESSER COFFINS AND CASKET i

drilling since last July, behind the Tallahassee Fla., Feb. 25, 1917. On the shore dimly seen through the I
plant of the Ariston Ice and ElectricCo. TITUSVILLE.-Construction workon Attorney General of the United States mists of the deep, All Sizes and Qualities I
its riches last the huge million-gallon fuel oil Cincinnati Man Tells How to
., started to yield Washington, D. C. Where the foe's haughty host in deep j
Wednesday afternoon about 2o'clock, storage tank in the local Florida East Dear Sir: You turned me down coldon silence reposes, Shrivel Up Corns Calluses Always on Hand
and in a few minutes a stream of approximately Cast railway yards, preliminary workon my application to the president for What is that which the breeze, o'er the So They Lift Off With !
minute which was begun the middle of Feb-
2,000 gallons per pardon of Blake Campbell. Why did towering steep

was flowing away through the flume, ruary and then discontinued for some you do it? Thousands of other men As it fitfully blows half conceals, half Fingers.Ouch PRICES REASONABLEJ.
which in anticipation of this had been time awaiting the arrival of material, worse than he are out. I want to tell discloses?
is again under and will be pushed C. CONELwttr '
constructed. way from the shoulder that .
you square you Now it catches the gleam of themorning's ? ? This kind of
to completion, steel being on the and President Wilson are just like other first beam, rough talk will be heard less here in :-: Florid I
The will be of riveted
ground. tank
KISSIMMEE. big cattle deal steel construction, approximately 78 men to me and I demand fair treat- In full glory reflected now shinesin town if people troubled with corns will 'J I

consummated a few days by ment. the stream. follow the simple advice of this Cin-
was ago feet in diameter the bottom !
being on-
Why can't I get Blake Campbell'scase 'Tis the Star Spangled Banner, 0 long cannati
which Rull Bass, the well-known cat- ly a few inches above the ground. It before Mr. Wilson? Tell me the authority, who claims that a
tleman, disposed of 7,000 head of his is being built the William Graver may it wave few drops of a drug called freezonc
by reason, and if there is any reason whyI O'er the land of the free and the homeof
stock, the consideration said to be in Tank Works, Philadelphia. An im- applied to a tender, aching cern Optician Bested
cannot, I will remove it| but if you the brave!
the neighborhood of $120,000. Mr. or hardened callus stops soreness at
mense supply of oil is required for the deal I will for JACKSONVILLE .fLA
give run
me raw pres-
Bass is out of the city for a few days, Florida East Coast since it once, and soon the corn or callus driesup
consequently the name of the purchasers ident and get it and turn you out. 0 thus be it ever when free men shall and lifts right off without pain. Broken i\sca. DuplicatedSame
all oil burners
changed engines to
Now, I am going to get this pardonfor stand Day &s Recic"cd 1
were not secured. That the deal i some time ago. A 50,000 gallon tank He says freezone dries immediatelyand We SfKciilut on Hail Orders-We
Mr. Campbell, and might as Fay fcitUs
you Between their
lov'd home
was made, however, is a fact and is has been in use here for some time. well look at it from that angle. So and thewar's never inflames or even irritates r,_ 140 W.fORSYTN IT .
one of the largest of its kind consum- desolation! the surrounding skin. A small bottle
tanks have been
Big storage already write all that I must do and help
mated in this section in some time. constructed at Key West, Miami, New,. me Blest with vict'ry and peace may the will cost very little at any drug store
me like a man to get it. heav'n rescued land but will
Smyrna, and South Jacksonville.AN positively remove every hardor A
Praise the that hath andpreserv'
power made soft corn or callus from one's feet.
., ST. AUGUSTINE.-Sergeant G. M. Yours truly, us a nation! Millions of American women will welcome When your young chicks :"io. not grow
r Brown, 72. old, and said to be the APPRECIATED LETTER.At SIDNEY J. CATTS,
years Then conquer we must, when our this announcement since the inauguration nd thrive they need a tonic. B. A.Thomas's .
oldest enlisted man in the regular this time of stress caused Governor of Florida.
by high cause it is just, of the high heels. If Poultry Remedy is not onlya
army, dropped dead here when he re- prices of everything that enters into Why make further comment? It's And this be our motto: "In God is druggist doesn't have freezone tell your him tonic but a specific for howel trou-

j ceived a message from the War Department the making of a newspaper, letters all there-and it's all "Cattsitis." our trust. to order a small bottle for you. ((61)) ble, gapes and other chick troubles.Get .
t asking if he could get into like the following have our very cor- To the people of Florida, who will And the Star Spangled Banner in tri- it today. We sell it on;the money

I... active service and realized that he was dial appreciation: have to stand for this rot for four long umph shall wave back plan. Sold by D. C. Joues, Starke

not physically able. He enlisted in Leesburg, Fla., April 14, 1917. years: we have this suggestion: O'er the land of the free and the homeof Trespass cards for sale at this office Fla. April6132027. I

New York 55 years ago and since re- Editor, Bradford County Telegraph, "Laugh, darn you, laughTampaTimes. the brave.WAINWRIGHTS. t
tirement has been caretaker at Fort =--- __', --uo
a Dear Sir:-I am enclosing you here- !

Marion. with check for $1.50 covering subscription I I
for this year. The Telegraph is NOT INJURED. I

PLANT CITY.-Vegetables are now like a letter from home to me and I Tallahassee, April 12.-Copies of a SMOKE j

moving from this place at the rate of: am always glad to get it. letter that was written by Gov. SidneyJ. r j
the of the Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Wainwright, of ,
four thousand packages a day. Four- I note that regardless of the increased Catts to attorney general
United States have been circulated 2802 Florida avenue have received a :
cost of and printing ink
teen cars went forward by freight the paper
the for several'days and letter from their son, Harry Wain- .
past three days-two cars Tuesday you are still giving your subscribersthe about capital ALL PUREHAVANA.
and same good paper at the same old discussed by the different members of wright, who narrowly escaped from
six cars Wednesday seven cars
L death when the
asked munition plant of theEddystone
t 'Thursday-this in addition to a heavy price which is a record that very few the legislature. Upon
in the state can show. to the authencity of the letter, Governor Corporation was blown up
i movement by express. Shipments by; at Chester, Pa., last Tuesday, when The of the
1 the latter method aggregated approx- Yours very truly, Catts said: popular cigar South. Made by the
122 employes lost their lives.
four thousand for T. G. 'UTCH. "You will do me a great favor by
i imatelv packages printing the letter in full in all the Mr. Wainwright was employed by STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
the three Potatoes and beans
the that 1 I the corporation to do relief duty, but
and people
and and RESULT OF REVIVAL.The papers, telling \
lead, with cucumbers squash
J following. Prices are good. wrote the letter, which I wish you to fortunately, when the first explosion Geo. L Massey Prop. . Starke
cabbage revival at the Christian church, give to the public. The letter expresses happened he was not at his post, oth- ,

.1'" conducted by Revs. W. F. LaRowe and, my sentiments exactly. Fur- erwise he would have probably been I Fla.'J .

I, WINTER HAVEN-Work is rapidly W. T. McGuire, which ended last Fri thermore, I mean what I say about be- counted among the dead. Up to a week I Ir.

. nearing completion on one of the day night, was the means of bringing coming a candidate for President and before the disaster his brother, Esco,

greatest attractions of Winter Haven sixteen new members to the church besides there are at the present time 5,000,000men was also employed at the plant.Tampa -

11 and adjoining section, the lakes-canal strengthening the faith of all in the United States that will support Tribune. -1y .

. system, by which some twentythreelakes those no who' attended- the' meetings.- me for the place and there will be The young men referred to are sons \
: in that vicinity are being con- The new members who were already 8,000,000 of them if the war continuesfor of Noah Wainwright, a former citizenof

5 nected by a system of canals connect- baptized are: Mrs. Rosa George, Anna very long." Starke. Friends and relatives here do so many: :

ing each with the other and extending Campbell, D. T. Clark, Johnnie Bais- Governor Catts failed to say what will be pleased to know of their lucky Wh

1 for nearly forty miles in a straight line den. The other members were baptized results the above letter to the attorney escape. : !

'1 and affording a beautiful waterway for I in Crosby lake Friday afternoonand general obtained. people go to .

(' both pleasure and commercial purpos- are as follows: Mrs. Effie Johns, LETTER FROM MR. SEALS. I t :

i, es. Misses Jessie May Baisden, Gladys PART OF FLORIDA TROOPS ARE the I ;
Gardiner Inez Moitt, Marie Campbell, SERVICE
1 t<. -' CALLED TO FEDERAL The following from RepresentativeW.
JACKSONVILLE.-According to Oma Clark, Messft. Etheridge Camp- G. Seals we take pleasure in pub- I ;
' advices from Jacksonville bell, A. W. Jenkins, Alex. Campbell, lishing Andrews Mercantile Company :
" Washington, Companies at Jacksonville, St. Augustine -, : !
ft has been selected as one of the three Austin Winkler Royal George, Ralph and Blountstown. Editor Telegraph: You asked my

J big cities in which the postoffice department Alvarez. views on the legislature's legislation, : at the Brick Store?
. is to make tests and studies Beg to advise that I came to Tallahassee ,
.! respecting the practicability, advanJ JUDGE J. T. WILLS SEEMS TALLAHASSEE, April 13.-First to represent the people of Brad- I *._ I i I
battalion of the Florida Na- I
tages and economics which may come ford county in an economic and pro- .,
have been called to Federal
tional Guards I
from the service in order gressive legislation. I find this legis- !
# parcel post service by Secretary of War Baker The reason is to see all the new goods. They are
1 to promote direct transactions between Others Not So Sure Is Opinion of Her- lature swamped with bills of an over-
.; producer and consumer of food prod- bert Felkel, Well Known News Man. which includes the two companiesat whelming nature for appropriations- certainly well worth seeing. : i

-. ucts. The other. two cities selected are Jacksonville, one at St. Augustineand and we are trying to organize against I' I 'I''I
St. Louis and Pittsburg. Herbert Felkel. one at Blountstown. Other or- excessive legislation along this line. i You can get anything that you call for there and !
(By ) ders are expected daily. South Florida wants citrus canker 'I
appropriation EVERY THING is GOOD too.
-. TALLAHASSEE, April 16.-Although Following is the message sent to the of nearly one-half million I
:I, TAMPA-Dr. R. Hammer, of this the terms of some state's at- governor by Secretary Baker who immediately ;
f dollars, Everglades wants an unknown I They Sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price and trv I
: city, whom Revenue Agent Daniel Por- torneys expire during the present ses- I transmitted the order to Ad- amount and other measures in this to

ter, head of the department's "flying sion of the legislature, the present jutant General Christian: legislature enough to swamp the state i j keep in stock what the farming people use. r
,,1 t squadron," declared to be the biggest terms of office of none of the circuit "Having in view the necessity of af- of Florida in estimation. The BradI I :

't i. importer and vender of narcotics inv udges: are concluded till June 20, except fording a more perfect protection ford county my delegation in this houseof i I Among other things BACON, SUGAR, RICE, :;.

;1 violation of the Harrison Anti-Narco- that of Judge James T. Wills, of against; possible interference pith pos- representatives is standing pat i HAY, OATS and SWEET FEED. .i.iI .ii
s i' tics Act, operating in the country, has the Eighth judicial circuit, composed tal, commercial and military channels, against excessive legislation. Mr. 1 I
I been arrested and is being held in the af Baker, Bradford, Alachua, Putnam and instrumentalities of the United
Crews in this.
joins me i line of STETSON
They and
Ii-: Tombs in New York in default of $25- :\nd Levy counties. His term expires States in the state of Florida, and be- I beg to thank you for your inquiry I II I carry a the BEST. I I Ii
1100 bail, while "dope" valued by Reve- the othr unable with the regular troops now suits
pril 26. This was caused by ing and for the privilege of this reply. I made. :
tf nue Agent Porter at $100,000 has been judges not qualifying as early as available at his command to insure the 1 I Yours truly, ; i

confiscated in Tampa. Hammers operated they might have while Judge Wills faithful execution of the laws of the I' W. G. SEALS. I I All kinds of DRESS GOODS, SILKS MIDDY
: the German-American Medical Institute qualified at the earliest possible date.It Union in this regard, the President I

a-! here at No. 307% Tyler street, is hinted that many of the judges has thought proper to exercise the authority DIGGING- DEEP WELLS. i i BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE and FARM -

. :::. but most of the drugs, of which five waited to qualify so their terms would vested in him by the constitu- IMPLEMENTS.

trunks full had been located last night not expire during the legislature, but tion and laws to call out the National I'
were found where it had been secreted that now many* of them wish their Guard necessary for the purpose. I The people of Lake Butler are get- I

., at various places in the city. terms did expire early enough for an am, consequently instructed by the ting the deep well idea which is a goodone \L DON'T MISS SEEING THE NEW STOCK i
and which will improve the healthof
I appointment to be made before the President to call into the service of the ,

BARTOW-The Consolidated Cattle senate adjourns. Judge Wills, however United States forthwith, through you, the town. Mr. B. Z. Matthews has OF EASTER HATS
the circuit the following units of the National been doing work of this kind here for \
! Company which is affiliated with thet4' is regarded here is one I
Consolidated Land of Jacksonville judge of the state who is practically Guards of the state of Florida, which several days and has completed wells i
for Mr. Saxon, T. J. Townsend and Mr. I!
the desires to be
what certain to be reappointed, the governor president
, now has under way
All of the
Whittaker the baker.
his extreme popularity in the the places to be designated to you ,
promises to be the largest single cattle realizing
flow of water is
and fine
the general, Eastern deep a Company
t. ranch undertaking in the state. The Eighth circuit. Judge Wills also has by commanding Matthewsdoes
from each. Mr.
11 the endorsement of J. A. Williams, one Department, Governor's Island, New obtained ,
company has purchased a large
very well and has wonderful
his work
. the Catts counsel in the York, and which said commanding gen-
. acreage on Kissimmee Island, said to of supreme If Raiford Fla.
said court election proceedings last summer eral has been directed to communicateto success with operations. .
is ,
and it
aggregatQ 200,000 acres, the wellis !
waterworks deep
have ,
canot .
First battalion infantry I
choice of the ad- separate
. will endeavor to acquire practically ally and the announced you: Butler J
the area of Kissimmee Island which ministration for state shell fish com- National Guard of Florida. the next best thing.-Lake
succeed T. R. Hodges. "BAKER, Sec'y of War. Times.
,. contains something like 250,000 acres. missioner- to---" -- -
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AC- mation contained in the assessment roll once t the different pieces of property fronting .,.
Mr. Bert Chancey spent a few daysof I PISTOL CARTRIDGE CAUSES each week for two consecutive weeks in the abutting said Improvements according ta ana
batwant their
reed us as fighters in the trenches, respective frontage and .
Telegraph and. benefits
: County Telegraph I us to destroy the submarines and this week with his parents, Mr. and : CIDENT. Bradford WHEREAS County said resolution and notice con- to by reason of the construction accruing of. slid tiler" .

especially to raise food for them-to Mrs. J. B. Chancey.Mr. tained the said information above described provement. and. *

I be soldiers of the hoe, as it were--and Clifton Richard, of Alachua, Gilbert Green, 13-year old son of and council advised would the meet property on the 17th owners day that of April this Town BE IT Council FURTHER that none RESOLVED of the said by the laid.

P.r Published Weekly, and entered as second I they will see to the speedy ending of visited his parents here, Mr. and Mrs.G. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Green, who live 1917 and consider any objections that mightbe menu against any piece of r"Iity assessed assess

class matter at the post-office at the war. Then in order to enable this'nation M. Richard, last Saturday and Sun- east of town, sustained a painful accident should filed be by dissatisfied any such or property object to owner any assessment who- is benefits more conferred than the by equitable said improvtmeoU proportion of the }

Starke, Florida.E. to live in spite of the shiploadsof day.Mrs. Thursday morning, when a pistol or apportionment thereof provided such BE IT FURTHER REiOLVED. that 'notic.
food sent to the bottom of the sea J. H. Gilispie, of Unity, is mak- cartridge that he had picked up exploded objections were filed with said Town Clerk before be given to the property owners 'of ire pay .
did the 17th day of April, 1917 in writing sage of this resolution and said notice
visit with Mrs. J. E. Green ihan
otherwise destroyed ing a pleasant in his hand. Young
MATTHEWS Editor and Owner every week and the food and. give the date of the confirmation of tM aatea*.'
S. the American farmer has been Harper. not know the cartridge was loaded and WHEREAS it appears that no written objections ments and that the property owners lliall have

H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate EditorSt. urged for the first time to grow the This weather is grand for farmers endeavored to remove the cap with to any assessment have been or filed assessments with said Town as provided Clerk thirty the right(30)to days pay after up said the asseb first>publication mentawithin

biggest crops possible. The urgings and they are entirely too busy to talk his knife, thinking to make a whistleof by said resolution and assessment roll said notice without Ino-rest, otherwuc aai4 o! ;
vehement week after week about war. They are working for the shell. When the cartridge exploded NOW. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by assessments shall be a first lien againi* ptSD--
CattS epistle to the state sena- grow more the the Town Council of the Town of Starke that erty so assessed as provijed in Ordinance No
tors reads very much like St. Paul's and the farmer is being entreated, ca- peace and prosperity.Last the ball of his thumband all the assessments as made and computed by 90. I
to the Thessalonians, joled and begged to raise grub and Saturday evening Miss Marguerite -*. ends ,of two of his fingers were blownoff. said A. F. Harley Town Engineer and as Adopted at an adjourned meeting of the ,, .-:
second epistle Duncan invited into her home contained in said assessment roll prepared by Town Council held April 17, 1917. ;
except that St. Paul never tried to more of it. The Western farmer is him and adopted by former resolution of this E. s. vrniEws.. 5,"
"crawfish" out of assertion once handicapped, both by scarcity of labor I and delightfully entertained with the Council be and the same hereby are ratified, Attest: Chairman of Council. '.
an and the whole assistance of classmates, the freshmen I j DEATH. OF ELDER DAVID JOHNS. confirmed and approved as being the just and C. A. Futch .
he and car shortage country
declares never 1.
made. The governor equitable amounts properly chargeable against Town Clerk. 4.29.lt j
said he would put any member in jail lacks sufficient seed. Much is not class. -

for sixty days if found drunk. He pats expected from the South in the way of The parlor was suitably decoratedand Elder David Johns, a venerable and 00000000004. 't";; .f fj
the crowd -
the grave and reverend senators on the export, as we have lived to a great extent about 8 o'clock highly respected citizen of this section ,
well off the Western granaries and in. The main feature of the evening at 3 0 .
behaved afternoon
head they have so died Wednesday
says and entertaining 4 CHURCH DIRECTORY.! IS ,,
far and that he is proud of them. stock pens; but we are urged to grow was very beautiful o'clock at the home of J. W. Green, < > j :>
enough of foodstuffs to supply our- music by different ones. Refresh- miles east of Starke. Mr. Johnswas $ ;;-
We rise to ask again, who is this selves, at least, as there will be littleor ments were served, consisting of deli- two minister of the Primitive Baptist 0 BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. lW, $
a 0 pastor. Sunday school 9:45 .
the special cious strawberry cream and cake. Keep m. 4
Blake the of
Campbell person, nothing to spare when rest denomination and was stricken 10 Sunday morning service
of Governor At late hour all went home rejoicing I "
striped-clad friend our the country and the Entente allies a while in
with paralysis last Saturday o'clock; Sunday evening 1t'OO.
and the of Presidents? We do have been supplied. over the pleasant time spent that not allow the _
the pulpit at the church near Mr. I 7:00; B. Y. P. U, Sunday
not recall that such a person has fig- The best patriot, therefore, is he vening.: Green's home. He was removed to Mr. poisons of undigested ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening

ured with any prominence in Florida. who raises the most grub. Let us, Green's place, where he was given ev- food to accumulate in prayer service, 7 o'clock. Ev ry- 4
.. The Ocala Star says it has informa- then, be valiant soldiers of the hoe. Mr. A. A. McDonald and PostmasterA. attention until death relieved ycur bowels, where they body cordially invited to attend.S .
tion that he was sent up from Alabamafor Let the hoes be our rifles, the plowsour J. Nimmo, of Hampton, were busi- ery possible his Wednesday.The are absorbed into your < > $ .

embezzlement. As it seems he is shrapnel guns, the cultivators our ness visitors to Starke Thursday suffering system. Indigestion,con 0 CHRISTIAN-W. F. La Rove, 4
body was laid to rest Thursdayat stipation, headache, bad
to be the determining factor in decid- mortars and the mowers our 40-centi- morning.Mr. there being blood, and numerous <$> pastor. Services at Starke'ev-
Crosby cemetery, pres-
ing who is to be our next President, metre guns. Let us snipe at the enemy ent at the funeral a large number of other troubles l are bound & ery fourth Sunday. Other :;ap- <3>
let us know something more about this with cowpeas, beans and pinders; let S. B. Denmark has been confined relatives and friends of the deceased. u to follow. Keep your 3 pointments as foliows: First un- $
gent.-Lakeland Telegram. The Daily us send swarms of shrapnel about his to bed since last Sunday through system clean, as thous- <> day at Hampton, second at :tai- ?>

Sun, Gainesville, gives out the follow ears in the farm of corn, oats, rice: and illness, and things don't look natural ands of others do, by S> ford, -5 &

ing explanation of Campbell: A prominent velvet beans; give him "Jack John- around the Bradford House without LASSIFIEADVERTISING taking an occasional dose S> $ ...
f I of the old reliable 0 EPISCOPAL-Dr. M-M.. :yer-fr
citizen of Gainesville who resided him. D
sons" the of
in way potatoes. turnips,
etable, family liver medi- c@> priest in charge. Sunday scl'.ool; $ .
Alabama at the time of Camp- cabbage and rutabagas. Darken the V cine. 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and $ '4
bell's conviction informs the Sun that! air with heavy charges of hay. bales JACKSONVILLE CATTLE MARKETThe <*> sermon, 11 o'clockevening prayer *" .

he (Campbell) is'a brother-in-law of from the bristling mowers, and fire an Interstate Stockyard. Talley- FOR 'SALE-Bradford County Bank Thedford'sBlackDraught I 0 and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir re- $ '

Governor Catts, that he was a bookkeeper occasional mine, belching forth cloudsof rand avenue, report on the local live stock. Enquire at this office. 4-20-tf 4 hcarsal, 7 o'clock, Wednesday 0 ,

in the First National Bank of beef, pork and sausage. Eggs and stock market, by Williamson & Den- 3> evening. Come and worship with $
of which A. M. BakKvlivas 4 ::
Montgomery, tomatoes make good hand grenades. nis as follows: FOR SALE-Two good horses. Sam us.
president that Campbell vas convicted will <$> 0
Bermuda onions and sauerkraut
Goats 2 3-4 to 3 1-4 cents. Rosenberg, Starke. 29tf.
L. Z. 4
in the Federal court of the em- make a good substitute for asphyxiating :
5 to 9 cents.
btrzlement of some eighteen thousand this doubtful under I '$ pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.
gases, ( may be Lambs, 7 to 11 cents. FOR RENT--Furnished rooms. Mrs.E. '
collars for which he is servinghis now the circumstances.-Comp's remark.), Choice hogs, 180 Ibs. up, $13.25 to F. Johns. 4132t. '
sentence in a Federal prison. and skimmings vinegar in which red $13.50.Medium. Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of 11 a. m., and 7:3.) p. in. Prayer :
Rising Fawn,Ga.,writes: meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 <8> p'
have makes
been pickled good milch has
peppers to good hogs, 150 Ibs and FOR LE-Good cow, second -
JOIN RED "We have used Thed
o'clock. Junior Kpworth League: <>
liquid fire. For dirigibles we may use to calf. L. W. Kickliter, 4-13-tf. .
up ford's Black-Draught as
watermelons $> Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior$ 1#
large and pumpkins.So Good light hogs 125 to 150 Ibs $11.- medicine.
a family My ::1
One of the many ways in which each there you are. In this sort of 50 to $12.25.Good WANTED-Porto Rico and Nancy mother-in-law could not > Epworth League Sunday evening a -:.

person can show his or her patriotism warfare we are veterans, and no aj'-] pigs, 65 to 120 Ibs, $9.25 to Hall potato draws. We pay cash take calomel it seemedtoo 0 at G:45. A cordial invitation is 3'v > :

, during the present war is by joining plicant rejected: on account of being $9.50. and will take them any day. N. B. strong for her, so she extended to all to worship with $ :.f;;

t t the Red Cross association. While comparatively tOtiy01l1g: too old, or bow-legged, or Range hogs $8.50 to $11.50. Hull. used Black-Draught as a <$> us. f'j;
few become 'active because he wears false teeth or specs, mild laxative and liver $> 4> too
, can Hogs 130 Ibs will bring .
or over $2
FOR SALE-First house north of depot regulator. We use it PRESBYTERIAN ti. G. *
is hard of hearing. Let to it"Lay
aid the
or us
workers so- go
can hundred than these
every person -
per more pricesif on Tenth street, with 4 lots, will in the family and believeit S> Denison, pastor. Sunday school,
Macduff and
ciety by becoming a member, the year- on, lay on, kill hard. Advance of 50
they cents.
be sold cheap; if sold soon. A. B. is the best medicine for $> 9:45 a. m.; preaching every Sunday $
ly membership fee being applied to its damn'dbe he who first cries, 'hold, hundred of 180 liver made."
the it.
per expected on hogs Radney. 3234t. Try <> --morning sercice, 11 o'clock; *
,. support. enough.1". The scent of so much vit- bs and up. Insist on theienuineThedfonl's. $ evening service, 7 o'clock;: prayer $

The Red Cross society was foundedto tels will bring the kaiser to his knees. Fed steers, choice to prime, heavy, WANTED-To buy good milch cow. 2x a pack S> meeting, Wednesday evening at 7 $ '

carry out the views of the Geneva to paraphrase an old war jingle $9.50 to $10; good to choice, $8.25 to Give description, amount of milk she age. TJ-75 $ o'clock. Visitors cordially invited 3 .:

convention in 1864. It has adoptedfor We don't want to fight, but by jingo $9; fair to good, $7.75 to $8. is giving, and price. Mrs. A. L. i to worship with us. $ ..

its emblem a white flag with a red if we do, Florida bean-fed steers, 600 lbs and Smith, Johnstown, Fla. I 9 0

cross in the center. This.emblem of We've got the land, we've got the men, up, $7. to $7.50.Beanfed 0444400040044.4044No t tI

mercy has never been dishonored, for we've got the weapons, too steers, 500 to 600,.Ibs, $6.75to STRAYED-Black, blaze-faced mare, -- I
its noble followers have raised it on 825. one white hind foot, one ankle en- :
the battlefields in floods, fires, epidemics DON'T BUILD ON THE SAND. r.
Light steers, $6 to $6.50. larged. Reward for information by -

or wherever assistance to stricken Grass-fed steers, 500 Ibs and up, $5 G. W. Lee, Starke. 1
War For You YetI
needed. The American
humanity was According to a statement given out to $5.50.

branch had for many years as presi- by> the asphalt trust, those highly extolled Grass bulls, $4.50 to $5.25. BARGAIN FOR CASH-26 acres un

! dent that woman of blessed memory, roads of sand-asphalt built in Grass cows, 500 Ibs and up, $4.50 to cleared land on StarkeSandersonpublic ..
, Clara Barton, and wherever there was counties of Florida short time $5. road 2 miles south Heilbronn
1 _;; a calamity the Red Cross society hurried ago some, are already on their a uppersfullof Heavy bulls, $6 to $7. Springs, $10 per acre. Inquire Tel- This is what you need, where you want it, and when to get it-

there to nurse, to nourish and to holes and frayed at the edges. We Light bulls, $5.50 to $5.75. egraph office. 413tf. The 21st of May, 1917, at Lake Geneva, Fla., on a beautiful lake shore, .

protect. The great fires, the disas do not doubt the statement at all. We Herridicks, $5.25 to $5.75. climate delightful at all seasons, the best table board at' a minimum

trous floods, the awful mine accidents, commented upon this mode, of building Calves, $6 to $9.50. WANTED-Man and wife, or any par. price, we begin anArithmetic

l the dreadful epidemics were all follOwed roads a year ago. How a couple Fat cows, $6 to $8.25. ty who can invest $2,000 (two thou-

I by the speedy arrival of the an- lof I inches of asphalt smeared on top of Medium cows, $4.50) to $5.50. sand dollars) cash and take personal Business, flilitary ..J

: gels of mercy. a pile of sand could possibly make a : Canners, $4 to $4.75. charge of a new up-to-date: mercantile -

The present war calls for unlimited lasting road, we could not understand. Oxen, $4.50 to $6.50. business as partner with half SchoolCALLED J

additions to the Red Cross force, for What fooled the road commissionersis interest in the business. The inven- i
the doctors and nurses must heal the ten ton steam roller used for 00'000000040000000 tory of the stock amounts to $10,000 THE A. B. M. INSTITUTE "

where sword has severed, and at every today, and we guarantee by agree- J
compacting the roadbed. They don'tknow 0 0 FACULTY-Geo. C.Looney, Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, French and
place of any consequence branches that the effects from it reach only STARKE J ment $100 profit monthly, subject, if Latin, Higher Mathematics. Mrs. Geo. C. Looney, English Brandies,
have been formed where women who party has some experience in this
twelve inches below the surface and FRATERNAL DIRECTORY <>
Shorthand Typewriting Algebra and Arithmetic. Prtf. Gordon Ba-
wish to join receive instructions how that the earth to loosen 0 0 line and has some cash capital. No ,
-:- up ker, son of Senator W. E. Baker of Melrose Commandmant and Dis-
"the ,
to care for wounded. Such a ethers nee] inquire. After periodof
again as soon as the roller has passed.A <3> F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. <8i >
branch may be established in Starke. sand foundation may do for narrow 4 i 35. Meets every second and <> six months, if not satisfactory, ciplinarian, Mathematics, and Military Training. Mrs. Gordon Baker,

While the society has been charteredby brick roads, sufficiently arched and reinforced 3 fourth Monday nights. <> party can withdraw. For more in- Civil Government and History. -

congress, it receives no funds from ,.,by unyielding curbing, but $ 3> formation write to P. 0. Box 324, Young ladies attending can board in rooms at hotel under super-

the government, at least as far as certainly not for asphalt. 4 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. <$ Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf. vision of Mrs. Looney and Mrs. Baker. Young men can have tents or

maintaining the force concerns,' but it S> Meets every Tuesday night. 0 rooms, as they or their parents may direct, under the_care of the Com- I
must look for its to the American -
. support
== I 4 mandmant. Our methods are the best that. can be had for rapid and
public. Every training class that : M. W. of A., Starke Camp. <3> thorough work.
I. has been started has soon had a suffi- -:- .. -- 0 Meets every first and third Wednesday 3 CURIOUS BITS .,

cient number of pupils, some for local The whole community are in sadnessover
work and others ready to go wheneverand the loss of little Avery Roberts, 0 3> OF HISTORYTHE '-

wherever called, be the duties ever the ten-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. 4 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp 0 Qeo. C. LooneyLAKE

so disagreeable; so there will be no Charlie Roberts, who passed away on 0 No. 138. Meets every second and <3> STAR CHAMBER

lack of nurses. But the great sums of Monday evening at 6 o'clock at the 4 fourth Friday nights. COURT.By GENEVA, FLA. ON G. S. & F. RAILWAY. If
money needed for the maintenance of hospital in Jacksonville. 9 $ .

the force, and to be spent for relief, About four months ago he was 0 Visiting brothers are cordially 0 A. W. MACY.At .

etc., the public must supply. thrown from a horse, but his condition invited to attend these meetings. one time the "Star Cham .1

;. The membership fees range all the was not thought serious until recently 00 O ber" was almost powerful In The "Clean Up and Paint Up" Twins :
For life
way from $1 a year up. $25 a '
and he was carried to the hospitalin 40000004000000000Sloan's England. It was so called because -.>
membership be procured. There ..
'.' Jacksonville, but his recovery was its unions were held In .
'e 1
who affordto
is cannot
hardly a person Jt-
The remains broughtto Liniment for Rheumatism. -
chamber whose .
large ceiling ,
laudable a i" D U Ma 4EAyLRNM. .0
sacrifice at least Mor
the I Lake Butler Tuesday and the fun- i. The torture of rheumatism, the was decorated with tare. IU ::.. _-;;- LO'" M T ...nolluc j
purpose. But as organizationmust I eral services held at the home, con- pains and aches that make life unbear- sessions were held In secret It std you Till!'UP-'TWIU .

be brought about quickly, the I. ducted by Rev. S. S. Proctor. Inter- able are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, could settle cases without Juries M155'ttPAN' ePyANDNa1rER

sums needed at once are very large, ment was made at Swift Creek. a clean clear liquid that is easy to ap- and inflict torture at will, PNN'r e0'TRE1 NGlNat 'IE IIHO
and will callouslyby aVn1OWN A tar
we hope no one go
The many beautiful flowers given by ply and more effective than mussy though !It could not Impose the ,"" ", TOW.- ?
and ask "Am I brother's keeper .
my the school were only a small token of plasters or ointments because it pene- death penalty. This court fined :, AIoL Jo,1 tN 'TMI '" 7!
but cheerfully pay entrancefee love from his schoolmates. May the trates quickly without rubbing. For the bishop of Lincoln 5,000for 1' y citoRls '\ -j
and as much more besides as Lord comfort the relatives and friends. the and aches Laud .
many pains following calling Archbishop : j
Let rich show their
can. our men pa- S. G
Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and son, Pitt, exposure, strains, sprains and muscle "the great Leviathan. It fined '
triotism by contributing liberally, of Starke, were visiting Dr. and Mrs. soreness, Sloan's Liniment is promptly John Lllburn, the agitator, ,' ; .::,
the best use wealth can be put to is 1'r
King this week. effective. Always have a bottle on 600, sentenced him to the pil-
the of and dis
tress. Mr. 0. L. Mizell, one of Worthington's hand for gout, lumbago, toothache, lory," and to bs whipped "from il; r

,valuable farmers; was in town backache, stiff neck and all external Fleet street to Westminster.

Saturday to attenda meeting of the pains. At druggists, 25c. (1)) The court was! abc'iahed' by act
HOE FOR THE BATTLE. Farmers' Loan Association. Mr. }Ii- of parliament in 1641. "Star

.zell is secretary-treasurer. of this as- 00 040004000 Chamber" proceedings of any ..
.' Once two countries in Europe declared sociation.Mr. I kind have never been popularIn / i

war against each other. The armies A. C. Whitaker, our popular 0 Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. $ America. DxQ

went into the field, stayed there baker, attended a union meeting of 0 December 31, 1916. Trains will 6 II \ '
bakers in Jacksonville 4 run as follows: .
battles Tuesday.
a few weeks, but there were no (Copyright 1911. by Joseph B. BowlMj 1 -
and then they went home. They pass- Miss Marion Richard made a pleas- 4 4 cLCAJ f. ,, _
ed the time with eating. This episode ant visit out on New River last Sun- 4 Jacksonville to Tampa. 3 j b pp4wf i isj
0 No. 3_______________10:40 a. m. Q . . . . UP UP
has since been referred to as "the
c ever day.Miss 0 No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. <8> LEGAL NOTICES 1RESOLUTION. y
when fought with and Marguerite Duncan has as her
they pork
war this week Miss Bessie of 0 No. 15"Floridian"____ 2:52p.m. . . . . j'
rye bread and red-hot sacks of hay. guest 0 0 .

Our present war is somewhat like Worthington.Dr. 0 Jacksonville to Cedar: Key: 4 WHEREAS the Town Council of the Townof \ e t

the prototype mentioned, because the and Mrs. King are delighted this No. 21______________ 4:56 p. m. $> Starke did by Ordinance No. 90 provide for 'lord'c
fight is to be waged with "vittels." If week with their sister, Miss Esther, 44 certain construction of Street Improvements
within said Town. and.
history presents another parallel we and her friend, Mrs. Demioty, of I itz- 0 Tampa to Jacksonville. & WHEREAS some of the said work has been ;gw

have not found it. Although the mil gerald, Ga., as visitors in their home. 0 No. 4_______________ 3:37 p. m. completed and accepted by the Town. and.

lennium has not exactly arrived yet, Miss King was born and raised in our 4 No. 2_._____________ 5:20 a. m. 0 WHEREAS A. F. Harley, an assessment Town Engineer roll was, which preparedby said

still the swords will be turned into town and is a very charming and 0 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54: p. m. 0 assessment roll indicated the names of the owners .
plowshares. The matter stands thus: worthy young lady. 4 0 of the property if known the description *' Lllfi yl : t "
Ikq dOVP/allavs.
0 Cedar to Jacksonville. <8> of the property abutting sad improvements s + + y0 htlpl.
Mrs. H. N. Stanton has returned Key n ; JGfh p 11 M.a
We have ever since the world war be- to be assessed the number of front feet the lot dui+
0 __________ <$
No. 20____ 9:27 a. m. >
Miami. parcel of land contains the
from or
to amount
gan fed the Entente armies and some a very pleasant trip per

neutrals besides, until now we are our Mrs. Stanton went as delegate from .0 Starke and Wannee. 0& amount front foot to be chargeable so specifically thereto assessed and. and.the total We have the goods to do it with :

selves put on short rations. The En- the Order of Eastern Star. 0 (Daily Except Sunday) <8> WHEREAS said assessment roll was by
starve the Centrals into Charlie "Kerce, son of W. C. Kerce. resolution of this council passed on the 6th
? tentes try.to 4 No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. & day of March A D. 1917 formally adopting
submission and the Centrals try to had the misfortune last week of cut- No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. the assessment roll of the Town of Starke. and
starve the Ententes. The outcome of ting off his little finger of his left hllndwhile AO 44 WHEREAS said resolution did further fix Hardware Co.
the amount chargeable to each lot
or parcel of
the war hinges on bread and meat. cutting cheese. T. J. GRIFFIN, <& land described in said assessment roll the def-
Now since we have made comnon' Messrs. G. M. Richard and Avery G. Agent 9 inite amount per front foot as contained in .t

cause with the Ententes, they enwha- Powell were business visitors to Starke. A said WHEREAS roll. and. notice was published together L Starke, Fla. .

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On a fishing excursion to Kingsleylake BAPTIST CHURCH. BOOK SHOWER.The send?" In a recent Issue of the Telegraph -

a few days ago Mrs. J. R. Davis, W. T. Weeks a list of books endorsed by the

one of the party, caught perhaps the Last Lord's day closed the first year Daughters of the Chapter, United text-book committee and publishers,

Bits of LocalInformation largest black bass that was ever pull- of the present pastorate. The churchon invitations Confederacy, has issued were published. If the list has been
to book
a shower to be
ed out of thel ake. It was 21 inches the first Sunday in April called the given at the home of the Chapter His- misplaced, one may be seen at the '

long, and was estimated to weigh 18 pastor for one year, and on the first torian Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Telegraph office files, or some who
o. pounds. The scales at hand had a capacity Sunday in April, 1917, extended a ing of the 27th inst. on even- could not decide on a book, are merely

of onlyl 15 pounds, so that the unanimous indefinite call to their pres- To all who are not familiar with the sending a money cmtribution, which

.... correct weight could not be ascertained. ent pastor on last Sundaywkypupuent plans, it may be well to explain. will go toward the purchase of: a set
L1 II C..Nrdit Oar, P..t.. s........ ... pastor. On last Sunday the pas- The idea was conceived by the His- of books. ;
r.6U M .. c....,eM 1'.. .. tor accepted the call and will begin torian and adopted by the Chapter !! Books may be purchased from sixty

Mr. Frank Lane, one of Starke's the second year next Sunday.We eral months after sev- cents up. Most books cost at least
having much
well known and popular men, had $1.50 sets from
young good congregations at both difficulty in finding books of referencefor ; $15 to $30.
left Monday for Jacksonville, wherehe services and received five for Used books are acceptable. Some
I ."--- persons the use of the
Chapter and the
fiery at Sternberg's. IIal I II L. E. Dowling, of Dupont, was in will enlist in the army for service membership, two by baptism and three school children taking part in the his valuable ones have already been re-

I Starke Saturday. Mr. bowling for- during the war with Germany. He by letters. Those baptized were Ros- torical work conducted ceived.It .
price on jelly glasses. Hull's merly lived at Saxton ,Ilnd was in this had not decided which branch of the coe Williams and Raiford Epperson.The Books placed in the school,Chapter.no mat- is especially requested that any

Store section to renew acquaintances.While service to enter, but will volunteer to public is cordially invited to ter what their value, are often mis- books indulging in bitter and unfair
do his part in the great struggle that attend all the services. Let there bea placed. In this instance the attacks on the North or South fhall
seems now to confront our country. full attendance of Chapter not be donated. The
all members and Daughters of the
Be sure and read our president's appeal the price of goods is higher Historian will be custodian of books,
in another column. friends. The music will be a special Confederacy are seeking a true history
to the people new .there are still stores whore they and will assist school children in their it.
New line of men's shirts at Sternberg's. feature of next Sunday evening ser- of the Sdaulh.LUCIA .
-. sell cheap.lanning's is the cheapest. historical research.
T. G. Futch, Esq., of Leesburg, was vice.There Many inquiries have come to the SHARPE ALVAREZ,
Monday.BTJBMYTISM will be special choruses. Chapter as to "what sort of book to Historian.
jji Prof. G. C. LooneY: who has been in Come and enjoy the music.HAZENMcKINNEY.. a-' I ,
Mrs. A. H. Freeman accompaniedby Starke Mrs. S. .
relieves visiting his daughter, -" ----
-Antiseptic, her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Yates, and L. Hamrick, is preparing to start an RED CROSS MEETING MONDAY
neuralgia etc. You Need Spring Laxative.Dr. .
sprains, a
rheumatism, little son, of Tallahassee, returned to institute of learning at Lake Geneva, EVENING.
Starke last Saturday. Mrs. Freeman the next station southeast of Brooklyn King's New Life Pills gill remove IJ"

'Capt. R. C. Heiberger, of Theressa, has been in Tallahassee for an extended on the Georgia Southern& Florida An event which will come as a surprise Next Monday evening, at the court the accumulated wastes $f winter -

vas in townjuesday. I visit.- railway. Prof. Looney is independentof to many in Brooker, was the house, at 7:30, there will be held a from your intestines the burden of .

the archaic rules that hamper the marriage of Miss Myrtie Hazen and Red Cross mass meeting, to which all the blood. Get that sluggish ;spring
of Raiford, was Mr. A, E. McKinney April 9th. fever feeling out of and
Justice B. D. Kelley, N. D. Wainwright has a truck"rden public schools, and uses his own quick persons of our town and vicinity are your systeai,
in Starke Monday. his "fiat iron" between Pratt methods for imparting information.He The marriage took place at the foot cordially invited. One of the Field brighten your eye, clear your coaiplex-
on ,
of the bridge that spans the Santa Fe Secretaries will be present and ad- ion. Get that vim and snap of good
Sanderson and streets wherehe is too well-known here as first-
and measure at Manning's. river near Worthington, in the purified healthy blood. Dr. Kings New
Full weight has beans tomatoes class educator to need introduction.See pres- dress the audience. Come out and
flourishing crops 9f ,
ence of a few friends. Immediatelyafter learn about the work of the Red Cross. Life Pills are a non-gripinp laxative !
his advertisement another .
and The on
__ sugar corn cane. to- page.A the marriage the couple motoredover ,that: aids nature's process, try them

Dr. L J. Adams, of Lake City, the mato plants look especially fine._ fine little portrait at to the groom's home, accompanied CHRISTIAN CHURCH. tonight. At druggist, 25c. ((1)) 1

veterinarian, had business in Starke low very a very by Mr. and Mrs U. D. Johns, I 1I I
price. The "Petite" is a folder
The have offer-
greatest bargain we where a sumptuous dinner was served.
Tuesday. ed for years. For a short time we of- portrait of high quality. Special, fora Shortly after the refreshments were I Sunday, April 22nd, 11 a. m., sub- I
fer the "Petite beautiful short time only, 5 for 90c. This is ject, "The Great Day of Armageddon," Market
Comer Long had the misfor- a high- served, the couple left for Waldo, accompanied Edwards'
Master break his arm last week. grade little folder portrait, 5 for 90c. a genuine bargain. Come now.- by Mr. and Mrs. U., D. .17:30, subject, "A Leper Cleansed."

tone to _- Come right away or you will miss it HOOVER BROS. STUDIO.A Johns and the groom's sister, Miss Baptism at Crosby lake at 2:30 p. ,

as we will make them for only short Mabel where m. All are cordially invited to the ser-
in a McKinney, they boardedthe
of was
Enoch Griffis, Lawtey, curious plant is growing in the vices. Meat market has been
Thursday. time. HOOVER BROS. STUDIO. Limited for Bushnell, where they My i
Stirke on business I garden of Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., whichall W. F. LaROWE,
a reception given by slater ,
a moved to old Cracker Six
who have seen it declare to be a Pastor.
at Sternberg's. Messrs. J. J. Truby and James of the groom, Mrs. I. B. Dinkips,
hats nobby
Straw total these It
stranger to parts. resembles stand. When need ;
Hornsby were at Stevens lake fishing and from thence to points south. you
Monday. Among their catch was a a pepper plant, but has black The bride is a sweet and attractive Overcome Chronic I
berries like the weed. Our botanical
Miss Catherine Richard, of Jackson- trout weighing fourteen pounds. The reporter was poke asked to find out- young lady of Brooker, who has en- Fresh Meats, i
at the home of her fish was shown tb devotees of anglingin deared herself to a wide circle of Constipation
ville, is a guest about the plant, and he gives his verdict -
Hamrick. Starke and much admired.Mr. friends, and has been one of the most Etc.
aunt, Mrs. Sara as follows: It is a native of Africa Sausage .i
successful teachers in Bradford I bad ,
coun- Don't continue to create a .
but is cultivated by the 1-'
and Mrs. C. W. Imason spent negro ty. habit of
vines are being ship- strong purgatives. ; ,
Sweet potato witch doctors of British Guiana. Its
N. B. Hull and the weekendith Mr. and Mrs. J. S. : :\McKinney is manager and book- relieve, and that is all. And they Give me a call Nothing kept
S. Durling
C. is the Vora lo. The berries have
ped by Brown. Mrs. Imason returned to her !name keeper of the potato plant interests at call for increased dosage. A sensible but the best Perfect sanita
C. Waters.A taste of and tomatoes.
.H. a pepper Theyare treatment will arouse the liver
home in Jacksonville and Mr. Imason Louise, and is a young man of sterling
highly emetic and are used by the and give tone and strength to the t
Central tion. Low
Mr. and Mrs. W. left for a business trip to qualities, and has a host of friends. prices
born to
son was witch doctors in their incantations.Theseed bowels. It is offered in
F. Manning Saturday evening, April America. was probably dropped by a migratory Their many friends wish them much

14th. Mother and child doing welL bird returning from Guiana.ST. :! success and happiness. ,
Porto Rico and Nancy Hall potato A FRIEND. I

with. draws wanted. We pay cash. Will J. YIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11liilli EDWARDS
Break your cold or lagrippe MARK'S EPISCOPAL. acct
few doses of 666. take them any day. N. B. Hull.G. ADKISOX.TOWXSEXD.

have been C. Livingston attended the meet- Holy communion and sermon, 11 a. ally as aStfa M, rNMa.ra=sc .
Extra fine garden peas Ing of the Odd Fellows Grand Lodgein A marriage took place at the office

brought to the local market by J. M. session at Ocala during the week. m.Even song and address, 7:30 p. m. of County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner !! ;$Ii'' 1

f Brownlee. i He went as a delegate from May Sunday school, 10 a. m. Tuesday, April 17th, in the presenceof Many years have shown the usefulness -
Lodge No. 10. The Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed, Bishopof a few witnesses, whereby Mr. L. W. of this remedy. It's the 1
Mrs. D. W. Moore, of The- ideal laxative, gentle, effective and Good Fertilizer,
; Mr. and Florida, will officiate at the above Adkison and Miss Fannie Evernell strengthening. Now It may be

:* ressa, were in Starke shopping' Satur- Orville Moitt has exerted his inge- i services. The public is cordially i.i- Townsend became husband and wife, obtained in in taking.tablet form, for convenience = Good Value := i I I !

: dsy. nuityand taste in a new dressing up vied: to worship with us. the ceremony being performed by Manalin will not form a habitof <
-_ -_-
the show windows of the Jones REV. M. M. FRYER. Judge Gardiner.Mr. cathartics. Used as directed. 1
of For 33 Arrrtour'W> -
of the Lake the sufferer may reasonably expect = years ==
Avery G. Powell, Hardware Store. His ideas is to incite Minister. \ Adkison came to Starke June not only immediate relief. E:: Blood ,,i Bore Tink.ipa ha+; =
Butler' Times, made a short visit to the public to "clean up and paint 1st last year, from Tallahassee, and of but the re-formation habits in = conaisler'tiybetltanvngttt; : :::

Starke Monday. up" and to buy implements and ma- ANOTHER DEATH IX UNDERHILL has since then held the responsible position lv the proper natural way. = most economical arid sat'S- :.::.:

-cg's. terials in the store. FAMILY of manager of the Western Un- Liquid if you desire = f actory no-potathfi rt.I.pers!; :.:

: Millinery at ion telegraph office down town. He is ,f it, $1 and 35c. == offered. E Especially:: this =-_

Everything in the way of groceries, Third a young man who through his sterling Tablets,25c and lOc = true right now- YcugntCJ' =
.i in front Death in Seventeen Days Hap- = ammonia from blood and. :=
One of the ugly platforms character
and fancy at Manning's. and strict attention to his Carry a box with from --
staple t.-id .
and pened Tuesday.In r = 15% phosphoric .
:. of the depot has been torn down duties has made himself much liked you. Constipation Is .
several =
.t' largely a matter of = steamed bone, at ;
converted to stove wood. Hampers of cabbage are leaving and respected here. His bride, a habit. You can overcome = dollars per ton less than the. = II I.#
our issue of April 6th it was our daughter of Mr. and Mrs.\ it with Mana- ;
Starke daily. As usual, the best is Oliver Jones, Im's help. = same foods from these sources -I
:. N. D. Davis, a prosperous truck sent and only the refuse suppliedto sad duty to record a double death in is one of the most popular young ladies = would cost separately. =
grower living west of Lawtey, was in the away home market. Cabbage bringsas the family of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill of this neighborhood. 1\.,.,...ComOer.Columbus = -

town Thursday. much in Starke as anywhere else, but we expressed our hope that They are stopping at the Bradford Ohio -

and this discrimination against home- the Angel of Death would pass by House for the present, but will soon goo I tilt rntOUr .
; line of paint and their door in the future. However, this
Just in-A new light housekeeping. The Telegraph I I
folks is
I white wash brushes. Quigley Lumber unjust. hope was not realized, for Tuesday afternoon joins their many friends in wishing KNOW IT WELL Blood & BoneTankage

I & Supply Co. The shipping of strawberries to distant April 17th the hour glass for them a long and happy married life. Familiar Features- Well Known to
of their children had
yet one more
i points is slacking up and after Hundreds of Starke Citizens.A .
The first Irish potatoes of the sea- run out. This time it was Carl, a
this week most of the shipments will METHODIST CHURCH. .
l son were shipped Thursday by J. M. go to nearby markets. Berries are promising little boy of 11 years, who familiar burden in many a home, =

I Truby. They were very fine. few and on account of the entrance was called to Him, who said: "Suffer The burden of a "bad back." E Under present conditions EEj

into the markets of berries grown little children to come unto me," and Sunday school at 9:45. A lame, a weak or an aching back = this material is, W8 believe, =

r J. S. Griffis and son, M. D. Griffis, of north of Florida, the prices paid are Wednesday morning the remains were Services at 11 o'clock.' Often tells you of kidney ills.i = the best and imwteconorai- ===

Lawtey, were appreciated callers at low. deposited in Crosby cemetery beside Junior League at 3 p. m. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak = cal Ammonia-Phosphoric = I
I = Acid<< fertilizer offered. Itil r=
those of his little brothers, who were Senior League at 6:45 pTm.
the Telegraph office Thursday. kidneys. i it =
laid to rest 3rd Rev. W. F. Mal- = well suited to all crops; =
i April ,
at There will be no preaching serviceat
New line of men's Stern- Here is good testimony to prove it: = furnisheseverythingexreptpotash. ==
'Mrs. Lalla Chace was at Pablo Beach berg's. phurs conducting the services. the 7:30 hour. This service is call- J. T. Shaw, farmer R. F. D. No. 6, = It is a standard =

i the latter part of last week to look Until a short time ago the family ed off because of the visit of Bishop Box No. 54, Gainesville, Fla., says: = material of PROVED cropiZ =

i after her property interests.there. She Our marshal cannot keep the cattleoff lived happily, watching their six chil- Weed at the Episcopal church. All "I have to be on'my feet a great partof making ability: more that =
dren grow up around them. The father our members are requested to worship = 100,000 tons have actually! ===
returned home Sunday. the streets and attend to his many the time and I think that is the
t is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Un- with Rev. Fryer and his members on = been used in Flc rida. 1t ii r==
other duties afoot. Give him a horseto direct cause of kidneys becoming = I
my ,
= and
derhill, and the mother, before her rich pure a splendid
1 Straw hats, nobby styles, at Stern.bergs. ride. The watchman at the power Sunday evening. disordered. I first noticed pains in = humus-builder. : =
marriage, was Miss Madge McRae, a T. L. Z. BARR, _
house should be supplied with an elevated back which bothered me when I -
my ,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bar- Pastor. = Write now for leaflet.price aa" EEEj
i shelter, where he could keep dry ney McRae. Some time ago the meas- stooped over. The kidney secretionswere j; umpln Pie ,e mention th,paper', =

l P. A. Johanson, who lives in the Hee- during rainy nights and yet be able to les invaded their home and Mrs. Un- irregular in passage. Doan's --- .... ----

; nan William settlement, brought to keep a good lookout. derhill and five of the children became MEMORIAL DAY NOTICE. Kidney Pills brought me quick relief. -== "From the Farm t ||
town the first string beans of the season victims. The measles degenerated in- The pains in my back left and the
have the goods. E Back to the Farm' =H
I Screen 'em out-We action became
I Monday. to a serious type of dysentery, which Memorial exercises will be held at :. =
; Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. had a very weakening effect and has the Methodist church on Thursday afternoon Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't ---

,Wm. Burns left Sunday for Jacksonville so far resulted in three deaths. Mrs. ; at 2:30. A suitable program simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's == Armour Fertilizer Wcr!;<* :=

to accept a job at the IJaxtor Those who have dogs that prowl Underhill has not recovered yet, has been arranged and all are invitedto Kidney Pills-the same that =- Jacksonville, Fla .j =- i ili1ll1111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt

shipbuilding plant. His family will about and eat eggs and chickens though perhaps she would have been : attend. Graves of Confederate and Mr. Shaw had. Foster-Milburn Co., I! i !/ Illfr\ "

:"'Wove there later. should have them confined, or they well ,had not motherly love compelledher Federal soldiers will be decorated. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (28)

will be killed. At a time when all food to sacrifice her own health in anxious Anyone donating flowers will greatly Tk .
Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and lit- products are as prec GUs as they are watching over her children, and assist the committee by making

te I daughter spent the week-end in now, the dogs will receive short" shrift her sorrow over their deaths was a them into bouquets of suitable size and

Gainesville with relatives. when "caught with the goods. Much blow that she can hardly recover from. I sending to church or school. i

complaint on this score have come The hard-tried husband and father is I N. M. SAULS

We always have on hand what you from people in Western Starke. worn out from watching and almost TO THE CIVIC CLUB MEMBERS.Mrs. .

want, sell it low and deliver it free, beside himself'with sorrow. He foundit -

Manning's... ,! Cash talks at Manning's. Come and necessary to move his family to A. Price will entertain the Civ-
convince yourself. Starke that have Produce Commission Merchant
so they may more oc Club at the home of Mrs. N. B.
Mr. went downto medical attendance and
and Mrs. John Rising frequent whereon
faster Hull, Wednesday, April 25th, from 3
.. Orange Heights on Thursday to vis- The ordinance forbidding account of the thick settlement,
to 5 o'clock. This is purely social
s-H Dr. and driving than ten miles on our streetsis would be a
( Mrs. Curtis. kind nurses always in atten- affair and Mrs. Price desires the pres- Southern Products a specialty
enforced because it is impossible ;
not dance, and could take turns, as the
of member of the club.
'j. Col.! A. V. Long went to Palatka the for the marshal to be everywhereat good ladies of his thinly settled neigh- ence every -+-

-1 r i ; esrly part of the week to attend drill once; but every owner of an automobile the borhood were almost worn out by ar- TIN QuttM That DOM Hot Affect The Hart

;; colt court. should know that, beside ing for the sick ones. The family now Because of it* tonic and laxative effect LAXA 135 South Second St. Philadelphia Pa
.... danger of fast driving, the suction live in Mrs. M. V. Hazel's cottage on TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary ,
Quinine and doc not citti nervousness ncr
from the rubber tires tends td loosen Broadway street, near Call, and the
ranging in head. Remember the fall name and
Miss the
)> Olleita Cross, who spent the bricks and thereby making the ladies of the town were glad to offer took for the signature oiW.. GROVE. ** L
4 5 -1r ter here with her cousin, Mrs. A. pavements uneven. The pavement was their services.
V.,Long and other relatives, left last
I not designed for a race track. The chronology of the dead is as i
i ,' Saturday for her home in Montpelier, -_ 1
Miss follows: I
i There Is more Catarrh in this sectionof William, aged 7, died April 1.
the country than all other diseases Louis, aged 9, died April 2.
a Hev. J. L. Jordan, Sr., of Biloxi, put together and for years It was sup Carl, aged 11, died April 17. Department
Doctors -
incurable. prescribed
to be
,1 Mils., was in Starke during the week local remedies, and by constantly The other children are Hazel, Gladys i! HULL' S

:. : fill visit to his son, Mr. L. E. Jordan. facing to cure: with local treatment. and Paul. The two first are ill, but I Store
Incurable. Catarrh Is a
*( the Young Trading Co. pronounced local disease It greatly influenced by: constitutional little Paul, who is with a relative, has F
f conditions and therefore re- not been ill. I .

!i .i Porto Rico and Hall potato quires constitutional treatment. Hall'sCatarrh Mr. Underhill asks us to express his
[ Nancy Cure manufactured by F. J. We Cash for Country Produce Eggs :
,; 4liaws wanted. We pay cash. Will : Cheney' &: Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Is a constl. sincere thanks to the many friends pay ;

i **ke them any day. N. B. Hull. tutlonal remedy. Is taken Internally who have come to the aid of the fam- :
the Blood on the Mucous Baled i
thru Corn and
and acts Hay.
. Surfaces of the System. One Hundred ily, and he assures them that he deep- ,
,. seesdnti Is for any case their kindness. All hope
reward :
The first the Core ly appreciates
. ; potatoes of haft fails to cure.
t* e brought to Starke Monday by Send Hall's forcirculars Catarrh and testimonials.F. that Azrael has paid his last visit to N. B. HULL STARKE FLA.

? 4.rL S. L. Hamrick and Mr. L. A. Da- J. CHENEY &: CO..'Toledo Ohio. I' the family for many years to come. I
"The Lord and the Lord taketh .
J ... Thud contribution to the food sup- Sold by Druggists 75c. I gave, .
_' .1>., was very welcome Hall's Family Pill lv constipation. away.

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4 .I CROP URGED UPON FARMERSBoll everybody. Advertise.0QO you tell
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F, REPORTS 4I I preparatory work for the dip- attending the Southern Cat- Year, Above All Others, is The .. ,
I Weevils Already Have Destroyed ping of cattle for the eradication of tlemen's Association in Atlanta last Time to Be CarefulIt =
cs' -b 444444 i '!iC'444C 4 fO=(n :
Thousands of Acres of Cotton. the fever tick in Lake county was giv- week, I learned that a food conferencewas =<10'-?:

St. Johns County-One farmer re- sn an impetus when a large crowd of being held at the same time at the is of great importance this year

rently bought four registered Duroc farmers, bankers, merchants and other Atlanta chamber of commerce. This that hog cholera be not permitted to e
MACON Ga. 18.-To the far-
! hogs, two boars and two sows. He already April citizens from all parts of the county conference was composed of governors, get a start in your herd. And it i is TOMATO r'
has an excellent herd of hogs mers of Georgia and:: adjoining states: attended an old-time barbecue, which commissioners of agriculture, presi- of still greater importance, if it does
This is that there thou-
to advise
and he proposes to put them on the are was planned to be a community affair, dents of agricultural associations and get a start to get rid of it quickly.
market next fall in carload lots. sons of acres of cotton that are now but proved to be not only county-wide, representatives of commercial bodies That is the opinion of Dr. A. H. Loganof

west being Georgia plowed up and in other South and South-to but even numbered among the guests and bankers' associations from all over the U. S. Department of Animal In- PLANTS I I
were people from all parts of the state the South. who is the .
Dade County-The legumes in this be substituted. This is due to the dustry, co-operating with
appearance and nation. This was held at the Lake 1st. That the South can furnish no
have University of Florida extension division 0
county been sorely neglected Con- already of millions of Mexi- -
County Stock Farm, which is three food products to help in the war and
the for the eradication of cholera
trary to general belief, clovers hog
boll weevils that
can are now destroying
miles east of Eustis, and consists of that it does not even feed itself. from the state.
thrive in all of the
parts county. Many the $1.00
young cotton just up and ready 2,500 acres. The owner is G. J. Grif 2nd. That it imports from the West per
Dr. it has
luxuriant Logan been 1000V
; single specimens are found for chopping. Under this conditionin says provedby l
i I growing wild in. the limestone areas. these infested fields if the cottonwas fin, who is one of Lake county's larg annually, $600,000,000 of foodstuffs, actual experience that extensive

I Bur clover seems to be perfectly at allowed stand bloom est and best known cattle growers and including animal products.3rd. losses from cholera can be prevented.
to not
home. could hardly be expected. Just a how also one of the most progressive. He That all the surplus food prod- But it demands co-operation on the Fine stocky plants
is also a strong believer in tick eradi ucts available in the United States will of the farmers of the
part state.
long this condition will continue and
.j cation. TWO years ago ne erected a be needed f6r war purposes and to feed j is o from 6 to 10 inch-
r the it will time one compelled to vaccinate his herd
Clay County-There will be much territory cover, only private vat on his place, since which civilians so that the South will be com it is a matter of choice. But if the;

:; early amber sorghum planted in this can tell. time he has dipped his cattle at regular pelled to feed itself. owner desires to vaccinate his hogs he es. All varieties.
; county this year. One man who operates It is indeed fortunate that it is not intervals. In conversation with Mr. These facts apply more particularlyto should notify his
I business and too late for the farmers to plant other Griffin he told the that the than county agent, or Dr.
a big turpentine correspondent cotton states to Florida, he
Logan and will have .
plants a great deal of feed for his I crops instead and du so under most his dipping vat was proving a grand but Florida is not doing its share. Are is important expert that help.It declare ll F. W. POPE aI I

1 teams, claims to have saved in actual .favorable condition and prospects. success. Why, my steers at a year you planting enough corn and producing war very on hog cholera at the you first i
I cash on his .feed bill last year more They are now going t(> diversify while and a half old that I have been dipping feed enough to feed yourself and

.. I!, than one thousand dollars by planting diversification is good and plant more are now better and bring me more your help? the appearance county agent of the the disease.first sick Report herd in to I LAKELAND. FLA. S

sorghum. corn, peanuts, velvet beans, cow peas, than they did at three old
money years it
1 is not yet too late to plant corn, your community, and he will try his
sweet potatoes and track farming, and previous to using the dipping process," ...
; not too late to plant 100-day velvet best to keep the disease from getting .oeo
t thereby be able to engage more successfully said Mr. Griffin. :;1000
Osceola Sounty-One "farmer has beans, potatoes, nor any kind of pea- to the second herd. In the meantime, I.
in the cattle
raising of hogs
The crowd in attendance at the bar-
t. nuts. Cowpeas, both for seed, to eat
agreed to buy a purebred Duroc-Jersey and and articles of ( all precautions against helping
poultry producing
was estimated at 500, and there
:f boar and allow the pig club membersin food that are now and will continue to was something doing minute of and make hay can be planted any time the disease to spread. l

j .! his neighborhood to avail themselves be most needed and in urgent demand the day to entertain the every visitors. Dur- before July 20th and make good cropsNavy i The hog crop is one of the valuable
of its services. The agent got up an the world beans produce well in Florida, crops of the state. With America at
over. the there
day were 300 cattle dip-
'. order for five hundred pounds of blue- too. war, and prices of foodstuffs advancing
In view of the above condition and ped and dehorned, both of which were
stone. It was delivered to the farmers Food supply is as important in war the proper care of the hog is of much
prospect I beg the privilege of calling entirely new to many and it is uselessto
f recently at a saving in cost of seven as men, guns and munitions. Florida greater importance than usual. To
together with the merchants state that the crowd was highly de-
t cents The bloom upon you will furnish her of rermit the of
a pound. tangerine' quota men, but no spread cholera should be I
to in the effort to lighted. The visitors much enter-
co-operate apprise got
in this county is the heaviest in years. guns and munitions. It can furnish considered a crime.HUMPHREY .
every farmer of these conditions by tainment from the dehorning process ESPECIALLYADAPTED I
food and must do
patriotically so.
t the use of the daily, r.s well as the and it is hoped that they appreciatedthe
St. diversification importance of the work Are you a patriot, and will you extend SELLS FINE BULL.
County-G. W. Waller is weekly newspapers urging they were
food ? This
preparing for an emergency in the in crops at this particular time witnessing.-Leesburg Commercial. instance your where production dollars and cents is will an FOR YOUR STATEFREE

,j matter of getting help to dig his poas well as immediately increasing their come, too. Corn, pork I Y:. S. Humphrey, of Alfalfa, has sold -
tatoes. He has six stock interest. THE MAN WIIO BURNS DOLLARS.We peas his
: a new horspower I potatoes and hay are all high. thoroughbred red polled bull to W.
i tractor and has attached to it a No. It is very unfortunate that the acre- Marion county will produce its own E. Yarborough who lives a short distance -

334 Hoover potato digger, with a platform age of sugar can"cannot now be greatly all know him, the man who burns food, but let's increase a little for war east of Mr. Humphrey.SET .

'. r in the rear for holding the crates. increased. If we can get by another dollars. At this season the haze of purposes.:Z. C. Chambliss in Ocala

: f With this outfit and three laborers he season fifty or a hundred good syrup blue smoke from burning stalks, grass Star. THE BROODY HENS OUR
i proposes to do the work of fifteen dig refineries established in Georgia, Florida and other rubbish overhangs his farm INSTRUCTIVE

: gers, thereby reducing his expense of and Alabama the cane acreage advertising his destructiveness to the Whenever CATALOGUE AND
;. digging at least one half, and perhaps would be .increased another year to world. Take Grove's* General Tonlr It is somewhat annoying to have a WEEKLYPRICE

more. If his plans result successfully, support them and a ready market pro- He revels in the use of fire. Corn The Old Standard Grove's yard full of broody hens when what
the potato digging proposition will cured at profitable prices in every state stalks are cut and laboriously piled by dull Tonic is equally valuable as a you really want is eggs. But it would LIST
have been solved. in the Union, the same as any other hand and the torch applied; grass General Tonic because it contains the be good policy to set those hens now. 4''
\ valuable prepared food. straw, weeds are raked into long wind- i well known tonic properties QUININE Meat prices are advancing. One way FOR

i Dade County.The efforts of the Sweet potatoes: Hear this! There rows and burned. In fact, he burns and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives to avoid paying the higher prices is to THEM TODAY.
about everything in the fields out :Malaria, Enriches the ".ond and raise
county agent to increase the number cannot be any more important crop except farm poultry. Eggs are some-
,. I of improved cattle and other livestock grown this year than.sweet.potatces, : the cotton stalks, and the only reason Builds up the XV bole S'sterSO cspts what cheaper now and it would pay :

j on the farms is receiving hearty sup and to take care of and prepare for .these are not burned is because years to set them. The cost of raising the NSEED C
; future such this of burning vegetable matter have Piles Cured IK e to H Days chickens
port. There is a need of better for uses a crop country so on the farm during the sum-
age and feed crops and there is a widespread can and should produce we should have impoverished the soil that it is incap- OINTMENT You druggist will rrfnnd money If PAlO mer is reduced to a minimum on account e> JACKSONVILLE FLA

t interest in the matter. The from five hundred to one thousand well able of growing anything but "bumblebee" Blind.Bleeding fail or Protruding to ci re any Piles case in 6 of to Itching 14da>5.: of the natural forage .they can

agent is soon to supervise the erectionof l equipped and established canneries to cotton the stalks u of-- which--.n___ -nrp-_ ton-- I The first application ewes Ease and Rest. Soc have. Trespass cards for sale" at this office.
three silos. They will be of con prepare this most valuable article of tiny to rake or pick up. Let's see I:

crete and will hold 125 tons each. The food likewise for the markets of each what he's losing-actually throwing

; hog industry is just beginning to re and every state in the Union. If this away: I

ceive serious consideration, and recently can be done sweet potatoes would be, From analysis at hand, says The

orders have been placed fQr regis- one of our most valuable crops, and Progressive Farmer, it appears that
tered animals. The immunization of, the canneries would be taxed to full corn stalks and the accompanying fodder

; hogs is becoming a routine matter in capacity to supply the demand in the, contain about 1 per cent of nitrogen -

this county. East, North and West at profitable or twenty pounds per ton, worth A MESSAGETo
I prices. at present prices about $5. Weeds,

THE CAT A LIABILITY. In looking for a crop to fatten your grass and similar materials probablyrun

stock there can be no better one produced equally high in nitrogen content.

"Resolved, That birds are more valuable than sweet potatoes, or that Thus'the man who burns a ton of corn
-I than cats." Who will take the there be one so economically and so stalks, grass or weeds is deliberately

; negative side of the question? Either abundantly grown in our country withso destroying $5 worth of plant food, Bradford County Farmers

the cats or the birds must go. If the little labor and skill to produce. I since fire drives oc into the air practically -

felines are permitted to multiply at am sure that an increased acreage of all the nitrogen contained. We

the rate of increase which backyard 1150 per cent this year on this crop will 1 believe the humus value of such maters I
be far more important and valuable ials as high as their direct fertilizing The
statistics now disclose the birds will[ entrance of our government into the
than value and if this be great European war brings*us faceto
soon be exterminated. The birds are some other crops now being so so, burning -
t of considerable use in holding insects much discussed. means a total loss of $10 for each face with conditions that will result in wide-spread suffering unless our

I in check, but the cat offers favorablebreeding ] Sweet potatoes properly preparedfor ton destroyed. In rather words, the farmers take immediate to
, ",1 I. ground for insects and germs the markets of the whole country man with twenty-acre field of corn steps meet changed conditions. The South

It does considerable injury to gardens should be of more value than Irish po stalks assuming 1000 pounds of stalks has heretofore drawn largely on the West for its food supply but this yekr

t and its nightly serenades are not so tatoes. We will be unable to reach the to the acre, is losing a round $100 and for ..;
popular as the warbling of the mocking trade of the hundred millions consum when he burns them instead of plow- as many years as the war may last, we must feed ourselves, because :_

I bird. While the birds may take a ing people of this nation with such ing under. At the same time he is the Government will.take the Western food supply for the armies. .-.

little toll in berries and grapes the good food as sweet potatoes and sugarcane probably buying fertilizers at high i'
i cats will steal the family dinner. The syrup, without first preservingand prices in the effort to- keep his humus- The only way to avert the impending disaster is for every farmer to put '

stray cat is a liability and some day preparing them properly for the hungry fields up to profitable yields. forward his best efforts to raise food for and beast.
f the city will be forced to appoint a cat market, which can and should be done It is not enough to say that stalks man By so doing he will:
't during the and grass are in the of cultivation reap a rich reward, because food is
catcher, or offer a bounty on cat scalpsWhy next twelve months. way scarce the world over and food are -
; not round up the stray tabbiesand Look over the price list of corn, bacon for if they are cut to pieces and sure to bring high prices. The field crops
.j( utilize their hides.-St. Augustinell'teor. flour potatoes, peas, hay, eggs plowed under in time they will very crops, corn, cotton and pinders, have id- .

chickens and butter, then figure the soon be thoroughly rotted and incor- ready been planted in Bradford county. Now let the farmers begin to
cotton wou can afford to plant, event porated with the soil; nor is it enough in for
GROW SOME SWEET POTATOES 30 cents per pound and buy the to say that we have no implements for earnest additional food and forage crops. Plant more corn velvet beans

goods listed above at the present prevailing cutting the stalks to pieces for if we and pinders if there is still room on the farm for them. After this first in order
prices. Your margin of profits have no disk harrow or stalk cutter, it
Sweet potatoes are easily and cheaply will be indeed small. will pay many times over to chop up should be an ample garden and arrangements should be made for canning

grown in Florida. They are not The referred to above the stalks with a hoe rather than bit of
cannery sac- the
can surplus.
expensive to plant, and minimum every canning club work should have
require a ,and should be extended to that of tomatoes rifice their plant food and humus value the cooperationof

of cultivation. They are one of' and fruits. Let us see what by burning. everyone and not a thing should be allowed to to waste that be
main sources of food for go can saved -
many This is time ....
I for soil
we can do on this line at once.. a conservationand for
people in the state and can be used M I Yours truly, soil building a time for saving food. Sweet potatoes, cow peas and white beans should be planted to

for feeding livestock. Their production R. L. WALKER and utilizing every possible pound of the fullest possible
extent and net fall and
will fit in nicely with the rape other for
very na I Farm Product Exchange. plant food. The man who fails to do pasturage hogs
tional program of planting every acre these things who burns plant foods should have the attention of every farmer. Meat is both scarce and high at
to some food or feed crop, and because instead of
they are so easily grown, it would bea I CATCHING THE SPIRIT. later find himself saving them up, against, will sooner poverty or this time and it will be scarcer and higher next winter unless our farmers put

good policy for farmers to increasethe on a worn-out farm. forward every effort to raise a sufficient supply not only for themselves but

Sweet acreage potatoes planted do to well sweet on potatoes.almost Our good people around Cypress are He will have burned dollars too long. to supply the home market. ,

catching the spirit ofthe times.
any class of well drained soil. To produce I They THE BUSINESS RMER'S I Do not neglect the
the maximum yield requires a are adjusting themselves easily to the ENDAR. CAL hogs. See that they are kept well and that they have
;; rapidly
changing conditions.
i liberal application of fertilizer. An They.I't'alite sufficient food to keep them growing and thrifty.
1 ( that food crops and the feed
application of 400 to 600 pounds per i!crops are the money crops. They now If you suspect that r varieties of We sounding this note of warning because
.'" acre of a fertilizer analyzing 3 percent smile corn and cotton not we are convinced that our
\ at the passing out of cotton, for are the best for home
ammonia, 6 per cent phosphoric well they know that they never couldI your section, get in touch with your county our state, and the whole South, are confronted by the
acid, and 3 4 cent willgive i danger
or per potash,
.I satisfactory results. make money growing cotton, even nearest experiment station get the di- of a great shortage in food supplies.
I when prices were good. There was no rector's views, and then buy from a
Experiments conducted by the Florida crop so detrimental to our free school dealer of known reliability.Save What we have said about the crops to be planted is
Station the last merely by of
two indicate
years way sug
system as was cotton. and apply to the land gestion.
Every farmer
very plainly the need of potash in a I every will know best how to
possible meet the
Now since cotton has gone and they pound of manure. Plant foods situation if we can only
: fertilizer to produce maximum yields.; are producing more valuable crops in i are too high-priced to be allowed to impress upon them the fact that our section now faces the
There are several varieties of sweet absolute necessity
I ts stead the children can attend school waste. of
raising its food
potatoes to choose from for planting. Give close own supply.It .
fet t any months in the )'ear.-Marianna study to your crop and
Among the best are Triumph, Nancy i I Times-Courier. soil needs, and then is a time when
; Hall, Porto Rico Yam and Providence. I mercial fertilizers to fit buy these.your com- every man is called upon to do his best, and in extending

Sweet potato draws or slips may be Keep the harrows credit we shall give first consideration to the
right behind the I man who is
planted at time from March to Bad Colds From Sudden Changes. putting forward his
plows every day, in order that the efforts to
I save
our from
July. If these are not available, vines Spring brings all kinds of weather clods may be pulverized before they a food famine. .
will be found very satisfactory. For and with it come colds and the revivalof get hard. ,.
the late plantings, vines will give better winter coughs and hoarseness. Dr. Clear
' out all foul fence ditch
results than the draws or slips. J Bell's Pine Tar Honey will head off a banks, and thickets. Such rows places, Bradford County Bank
are Bank
k There is still of time cold of Stark .
. plenty to start new or stop the old one, the sooth eyesores, take valuable land and har- .
the crop. I ing balsams relieve the sore throat ijbor harmful
Hundreds of acres of land in the ',heal the irritated tissues. Get a bot-a Hold fast to bugs.your live-at-home resolutions By N. T. Ritch, Pres. By E. S. Matthews Prk .'

county usually grow up in weeds. Why j tie today and start a treatment at once for foods and feeds are ruinously ,
not make this land produce a good I At your druggist, 25c. Formula on high for the farmer who has to r

marketable crop of sweet potatoes? 'the bottle. (1)) :I buy them.-The< Progressive. Farmer. .

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> + + f + + + + + D. 1917. the world has never seen before I
+ beg You all the national ;
get important
NOTICES Witness my official signature and seal this WILSON URGES NATIONTOBEAUNIT that all editors and I ,
: LEGAL the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. publishers everywhere state, county news in the Telegraph.
1 I * * * + W. T. WEEKS, will give as prominent publication .1 I
Clerk, Circuit Court, "r
! OF FORECLOSURE. I (SEAL) Bradford County. Florida. and as wide circulation as possi- I ', .:
r. CiSSt Court. Eighth. Judicial Circuit ofCounty. I By R. A. WEEKS. FOR PRESERVATION OF ITS IDEALS ble to this appeal. I venture to suggest 4.t

! n>ridL W.T.Wk Bradford I I 4-13-St. Deputy Clerk. also to all advertising agencies RUB OUT PAIN I ;
they would
. 'IC11&r perhaps render a very *
Daria substantial and
.; BU;) for Foreclosure of Mortgage. I UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. timely service to the with good oil liniment. Thaf I] J fiV
r N.dee U Appear.wttr I IS FLORIDA. give wide the surest to thc .
way atop I
Davis and May Davis, his wife. Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster spread repetition. And I }
,. Company of Chicago Ill., purchaser'of Tax JOIN TOGETHER TO MAKE THE NATION A UNIT TO clergymen will hope that The best rubbing liniment Ja J .
; J., been shown by affidavit that the Certificate No. 190. dated the 3rd day of August not think the themeof
1 ... Caesar Davia and May Davii. his A. D. 1914, has filed said certificate in OBTAIN TRIUMPH OF DEMOCRACY IN THIS WAR. it an unworthy or inappropriate
. lIOn residents of the State of I my office and baa made application for tax subject of
comment and .1
uL! .eaJ Ire that the residence of said Flor'l.deed to issue in accordance with law. Said homily from MUSTANGLINIMENT
Ii' WI ZI* $. tit S. Darien street of the I certificate embraces the following described their pulpits.
';, II Fb1.Iphia. In the state of ',property situated'in Bradford County Florida. WASHINGTON, April 15.-President Wilson tonight in an address to "The supreme test of the nation has
of America. and that said to-wit
t' ,tilt ualtli States the of Wv : of of and NW of NE his fellow countrymen called upon every American citizen-man, woman come. We must all
. .r. *vr are twentoOne I I ; NEU NEH & I speak, act and
: j't' I land WI,(. of WV& of SW of NE>4 and NW% and child-to join together to make then tion a unit for the preservation of ,
'!*:L therefore ordered. considered and ad- and NW& of SW% and WH of SW% of. its ideals and for triumph of democracy in the world war. serve- together! J
;; '.' ?frt the laid defendant Caesar Davis I SWy, See. 9. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 East, containing "WOODROW "
I the "We must WILSON.
:,: S !fci Darii. his wife do appear to the I 280 acres more or less. I "The supreme test of the nationhas come, says address.
,. _t'e Bill of Complaint herein on or I The said land being assessed at the date of all speak, act and serve together."

.- 7th a day decree of May.pro A.eonfesso.D. 1917.will in devktieof be- I I the Unknown.issuance of Unless such certificate said certificate in the name shall of i| The president urges all the people to concentrate their energies, prac- SPECULATION STOPPED. (? CooJ for Ae Ailments of '

:. _..._ agaiiut the said Caesar Davis and Ma, I be redeemed according to law tax deed tice economy, prove unselfishness and demonstrate efficiency.He Hones, Mules, CattIe, Etc.coodforyourown4cAcs ;.;
,.,_ kk wife I Ikh.k will issue thereon on the 14th day of May, A. appealed to the farmer with emphasis on his words and particularlyto -
ordered that this notice bel D. 1917.
farther the farmers of the South to foodstuffs. The Southern farmers, he CHICAGO April 18. l'
in the Bradford County Telegraph a Witness my official signature and seal this plant -Speculation
-1 ,l published at Starke, in Bradford' the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. said, "can show their patriotism in no better or more convincing way than in butter and eggs through the Chi- Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, :;

'. -. florida WeekL, once each week for five eon"tiritBeti Clerk W. ,T.Circuit WEEKS.Court by resisting the great temptation of the present price of cotton and helpingto cago butter and egg board has been Cuts, Bums, Etc. t < I I2Sc.

,;\ Whereof. I have hereunto set (SEAL) Bradford County Florida.By feed the nations and the people everywhere fighting for their liberties and abolished "as a patriotic duty" by 5Oc. $1. At all Dealer. jI'
RI ..... and affixed the seal of our Circuit R A. WEEKS our own." I unanimous vote of the directors. -
'-5 Cln. this the 19th day of March, A. D.M1T' 4-13-St. Deputy Clerk. .
The address follows: ,."
W. T. WEEKS "My fellow countrymen: The en- the people of Europe must rely upon --. ---- ,.'

I5"1'irony' By R. A. WEEKS.Clerk. NOTICE UNDER OF SECTION APPLICATION 8 OF CHAPTER FOR TAX 4888 DEED trance of our own beloved country into ,the harvests in America. Upon the ,

) Deputy Clerk- LAWS OF FLORIDA. the grim and terrible war for democ- I farmers of this country, therefore, in f
Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster racy and human rights which has shaken large measure rests the fate of the war
D'Complainant's Solicitor. 3-23-5t Company of Chicago. ilL, purchaser of Tax 'I
Certificate No. 192, dated the 3rd day of Au- the world creates so many prob- and the fate of the nations. May the B. Z.MATTHEWS :
gust. A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in lems of national life and action which nation not count upon them to omit no
JJWI1STRATOWSNOTICE OF FINALSETTLE.lENT. my office and has made application for tax I
calls for immediate consideration and that will increase the production
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said step
NOTICE ia hereby given that on October 8. certificate embraces the following described settlement that I hope you will per !':of their land or that will bring about Well Driller i !

1917 1 will present to the County Judge of property situated in Bradford. County Florida mit me to address to you a few words the most effectual co-operation in the 'I'.,
Florida my final account to-wit: ,
ad Brtdfotd YOtICMrs County of the estate of Calvin Mott. de- SWiJ and NWU of SEU See 15. Tp8. S. of earnest counsel and appeal with regard sale and distribution of their productsThe I have had twenty-four years experience in fi ,'
ecased. and apply for the approval of same R. 22 E, containing 200 acres more or less. to them. time is short. It is of the most !
such admin The said land being assessed the date of
final discharge as itra-
for my
aM i the issuance of such certificate in the name ;)f "We are rapidly putting our navy imperative importance that everything Well drilling in Florida.
Dated this the 30th day of Mirth A. D. N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall upon an effective war footing and are possible be done and done immediately i I I II jij1i 1

m7 be redeemed according to law, tax deed about to create and equip a great to make sure of large harvests. I .
A. Z. ADKINS. will issue thereon on the 14th day of May A. army
Adrainiiitrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. deceased D. 1917. but these are the simplest parts for call upon young men and old alike and guarantee to satisfactorily complete all J: I I II

Starke, Fla. 3.30-6mo. Witness my official signature and seal this the great task to which we have ad- upon the able bodied boys of the landto l'
the 10th day of April A D. 1917.
W. T. WEEKS, dressed ourselves. There is not a sin accept and act upon this dutytoturn CONTRACT&i I I I1ii

RESOLUTION. Clerk Circuit Court gle selfish element, so far as I can see, in hosts to the farms and make
bat WHEREAS.definitely: A.advised F. Harley this Council Town Engineer.that the (SEAL) By Bradford R. County A. WEEKS.Florida. in the cause we are fighting for. We certain that no pains and no labor is Raiford, :-: Florida

.eonstrottioo work'provided for in Section 1 4-13-5t Deputy Clerk. are fighting for what we believe and lacking in this great matter. JJ
No 90 has been completedthat ii
-IB) of be Ordinance has ascertained the actual cost eharg. wish to be the rights of mankind and "I particularly appeal to the far-

shie per foot front to the abutting property NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED for the future peace and security of mers of the South to plant abundant 1ii : ff; '
and that be has carefully and equitably apportioned UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. the world. To do this great thing .
that part of the entire cost to be pe. LAWS OF FLORIDA. looastutts as well as cotton. They car. --- u = Lr.
daily assessed to the different pieces of prop Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster worthily and successfully we must devote show their patriotism is no better or
arty ktnefitted by said improvements and has ;Company. of Chicago. IlL, purchaser of Tax ourselves to the service without more convincing way than by resistingthe .
vnpared assessment roll. indicating there- Certificate No. 185. dated the 3rd day of Au-
la the names of the owners, if known, the de-I I gust. A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in regard to profit or material advantageand great temptation of the present
Kriptk of the property abutting the said my office and has made application for tax with an energy and intelligencethat price of cotton and helping helping If
ttorcsMBts and to be assessed the number im-I I.deed to issue in accordance with law. Said will rise to the level of the enter- upon a great scale, to feed the nation i you want the
front feet the lot or parcel of land certificate embraces the following described
tf t amount per front foot ehargable thereto I I property situated in Bradford County. Florida. prise itself. We must realize to the and the people everywhere who are
ud the total amount to be so specifically as- to-w"it: .full how great the task is and how fighting for their liberties and for our
111554 md has filed said assessment roll with I I SEt' of NW\4 and WIJ of NW% and SW%
the Town Council. and .See.I. 3. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 E. containing 180 acres :many things, how many kinds and elements own. The variety of their crops will Highest Quality
WHEREAS the Town Council has considered more or less II of capacity and service and self be the visible measure of their comprehension -
uM assessment roll as above described and i The said l land being assessed at the date of sacrifice it involves.
ar prepared said A. F. Harley..Town EngiJetr. the issuance of such certificate in the name of of their national duty.
and examined the same and found the : N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall Just Back Up Fighters "The government of the United J.
tsnt to be correct. be redeemed according to law. tax deed "These, then, are the things we must Printingat
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY will issue thereon on the 14th day of May, A. States and the governments of the several -
THE: TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Starke. D. 1917. do and do well, besides fightingthethe states stand ready to co-operate.
thct said assessment roll as prepared by said Witness my official signature and seal this things without which mere fight
\ f. Barley. Town Engineer, be and the same the 10th day of April, A D. 1917. ing would be fruitless. They will do everything possible to
k hereby adopted as the assessment roll of W. .T. WEEKS. assist farmers in securing an adequate Least Cost I
Ton of Starke: copy of said assessment roll Clerk Circuit Court. "We must supply abundant food for supply of seed, an adequate force of
being hereto attached and by express reference (SEAL) Bradford County Florida.By ourselves and for our armies and our 1 ;
nad a part of this resolution the same as if R. A. WEEKS. laborers when they are most needed at .
in full therein. 4-13-St.& seamen, not only but also for a large .
tald roll was let out Deputy Clerk. harvest time, and the means of expe-
BK IT FURTHER RESOLVED. that this part of the nations with whom we have try us. 1
diting shipments of fertilizers and of
Ton Council does hereby fix as the amount .
made in whose
ehunable to each lot or parcel of land de- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED now common cause, farm machinery, as well as of the
icrtbed in said assessment roll the definite UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, support and by whose side we shall be themselves when harvested. The
amount per foot front as contained in saidasseusmeat LAWS OF FLORIDA. crops
roll hereinabove referred to and Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster course of trade shall be as unhamperedas We print Any thing from a
aide a part of this reuolutlon. Company. of Chicago, 111., purchaser of Tax "We must supply ships by the hun it is possible to make it and there '
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. that in or- Certificate No. 26. dated the 3rd day of Au- dreds out of our shipyards to carry to shall be unwarranted manipulationof Visiting card to a Catalogue
der to afford the property owners whose property gust, A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in no
the other side of the submarinesor --- ,
k proposed to be assessed notice of the :my office and has made application for tai sea, the nation's food supply by those j
opportunity to file any protest they or any of deed to issue in accordance with law. Said no submarines. what will every day who handle it its to the con- .
theai uay desire to file against the levying of I certificate embraces the following described be needed there, and abundant mater. on way '
tte assessment and against the apportionmentof property situated in Bradford County Florida. sumer. This is our opportunity to The ,;
ials out of fields and mines and
sami amount to different pieces of property to-wit: our our demonstrate the efficiency of a great
abutting and fronting said streets ordered to S. also out of factories with which
| SWU of SEVf Sec. 22, Tp. 5 R. 20 Ea'tand our
bt improved that a copy of this resolution 40 less. democracy. and we shall not fall short
containing acres more or
shall be published once etch week for two consecutive I The said land being assessed at the date of not only to clothe and equip our own of it! Bradford County Telegraph ;
weeks in the Bradford County Teletriph. the issuance of such certificate in the name of forces on land and sea but also to I
a newspaper published in the Town of Mrs. Charlotte R. Coffin. Unless said certificate'shall clothe and support our people for "This let me say to the middlemenof
SUrke.B I be redeemed according to law tax deed every sort, whether they are hand-
it further resolved that on the 8th day of will issue thereon on the 14th day of May A. whom the gallant fellows under arms Starke, Fla. ;
Hay, 1917 'l:30 p. m.. the fown council will D. 1917.I can no longep work, to help clothe and ling our foodstuffs or our raw mater- .
meet to consider any and all objections that I I Witness my official signature and seal this ials of manufacture or the products of .
the armies the
equip to keep looms
*..y be filed on or before that date by any perM the 10th day of April A D. 1917. mills and factories The of
our :
( or persons interested. against any assess- W. T. WEEKS, and manufactories there in raw ma- eyes J
WIlt or assessments proposed to be levied. Clerk. Circuit Court terial; coal to keep the fires goingin I the country will be especially upon
PROVIDED said person or persons interested (SEAL) Bradford County Florida.By This is opportunity for signal ,
you. your -
.ho shall be dissatisfied shall file with the R. A. WEEKS. ships at sea and in the furnaces of --- -- .
Ten Clerk before the 8th day of May. 1917. 4-13-5t Deputy Clerk. hundreds of factories across the sea; service, efficient and disinterested.The r _ -_ : I

ekitetion n writing that stating he may specifically desire to and urge clearly against any I Ii i 1 steel out. of .which.. to make. .. arms and.. others country, to expects forego you unusual, as i it expectsall profits, General Insurance Ask Your Grocer ii V :

aay such: apportionment or assessment. I CUTTING SCRAPE AT LAWTEY.Jim ammunition both her and there; rails
Adopted in regular session of the Town \ to organize and expedite shipments of
for the
out back of
worn railways
, Cnacil this 3rd day of April. 1917. supplies of every kind, but especiallyof I represent none but FIRST .; I
'I E. S. MA TIHEWS. fighting fronts; locomotives and roll- '
Attest: Chairman. Williams and Master Battles, ing stock to take the place of those food, with an eye to the service you CLASS companies and will be ;

C. A. FUTCH.CALL Cltrk.STREET two Lawtey negroes, filled up on blind I every day going to pieces; mules, horses are rendering in the spirit of those constantly on the alert to pro- :, ;

t ORDINANCE NO. '4. tiger whiskey Saturday night and got cattle, for labor and for military who enlist in the ranks, for their peo- mote your interests. Guarantee CHEEMEAtSCOFFEES ;

i Aa Ordinance making it unlawful for any into a quarrel, then a fight. Battles service; everything with which the ple, not for themselves. I shall confi- courteous treatment to all pa. ;
relies or persons to drive a log-cart circus 'I the worst of the battle, and received dently expect you to deserve and win
; Macr or dsk harrow upon. across or usersay got people of England and France and trons. A well written policy bya
street or streets of the Town of Sta ke, several ugly wounds about the head Italy and Russia have usually supplied the confidence of the people of every first-class agent in a first-
Flrridj. that are paved with brick an.! ] 10Tidiag and neck. sort and station.
a penalty for the violation thereof. themselves but cannot now afford the class company sometimes means i
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Town Council Williams was arrested and lockedup men, the materials or the machineryto Every Line Must Help
I of the Town of Starke Bradford County. I in the county jail. Monday his make. "To the men who run the railwaysof much in case of loss by fire. ;

State sad of Florida.going into that effect from of and this after ordinance the passant it- i friends tried to settle the case out of "It is evident to every thinking man the country, whether they be managers H. C. RICHARD Starke Best By Ever)1 Test H;

shall be unlawful for any person or persons I court, but Judge Gardiner was not wil- that our industries, on the farms, in or operative employes, let me say .

t low* drive upon a log across cart or circus over any wagon street or or disk streets bar- ling, and as soon as a number of blind the shipyards, in the mines, in the fac- i that the railways are the arteries of .;

,.... with brick of the Town of Starke, Flora tiger cases are disposed of, he will be tories, must be made more prolific and I the nation's life and that upon them ,

Section* 2. Any person or persons violating tried for assault with attempt to mur more efficient than ever, and that they I I rests the immense responsibility of -<:.. -<:.. -0-

'Section 1 of this ordinance shall upon conviction der. must be more economically managedand seeing that those arteries suffer no I
be fined not more than one hundred dol- better adapted to the particular obstruction of any kind, no inefficiencyor :
itn. or imprisoned not exceeding sixty days. OF CHARGE. To the merchantlet
FREE slackened
f* shall be fined and imprisoned in the discrejtloa requirements of our task than they power. CLOTHINGhatH
of tile Mayor. Any adult suffering from cough, coldor have been; and what I want to say is me suggest the motto: "Small profits -

, ;ind Seetloa.be enforced. This from ordinance and after shall its take effect bronchitis, is invited to call at the that the men who devote their ener- and quick service' and to the ship-

*nd approval passage drug store of C. P. Cason, Starke, and gy to these things and the women who builder the thought that the life of the

S E. S. MAT'l'HEWS.jAttat get absolutely freely, a sample bottleof devote their thoughts and energy to war depends upon him. The food and is DIFFERENT :H i
: Council
President of
C. A. FUTCH. Boschee's German Syrup, a sooth these things will be serving the coun- the war supplies must be carried I

Town Clerk. ing and healing remedy for all lung try and conducting the fight for peace across the seas, no matter how many

: .Approved lilT. by me this. 11th day of April. A. troubles, which has a successful recordof and freedom just as truly and just as ships are sent to the bottom. The placeof

- I JOE HILL WILLIAMS. fifty years. Gives the patient a effectively as the men on the battlefieldor i those that go down. must be sup-

.*-l 4t (Copy) Mayor. good night's rest free from coughing, in the trenches. The industrial for- I plied and supplied at once. To the' If you have been wearing the usual '

' I with free expectoration in the morn- ces of the country, men and women miner let me say that he stands where

xcma or APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ing. alike, will be a great national, a great the farmer does: The work of the misfit article of clothing that'goes by

\ UNDER SECTION LAWS OF 8 OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER 4888. Regular sizes. 25 and 75 cents. For international service army-a notable world waits on him. If he slackens or the suggestive name of "Hand Me -- ,

Rouse is hereby given that W. C Foster sale by all dealers in civilized coun- and honored host engaged in the ser- fails, armies and statesmen are help- I

,' ,.Cospsny....... ate of Chicago. 111.. purchaser of TaxNo. tries. vice of the nation and the world, the less. He also is enlisted in the great Down, you will be delighted to find a : !
; 15. dated the 3rd day of Au-
-: ..., A. D. 19)(. baa filed said certificate in efficient friends and saviors of free service army. The manufacturer does line of Ready to Wear clothing that : : !
;*, .'fIee and has made application for tax men everywhere. Thousands, nay hundreds not need to be told, I hope, that the ... !

.''...iMuncate*. to issue embraces in accordance the following with law.described Said '3, of thousands of men otherwise nation looks to him to speed and perfect actually FITS THE FORMS !

i'JJJrt} situated in Bradford County, Florida, I STARKE liable to military service will of right every process; and I want only to I .

... of NW 3 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY and of necessity be excused from that remind his employes that their ser- Our well known line of clothing for men and
I i' JSH See ". Tp. 5, S. R. 18 E.
''. wjtauun* 48 acres more or less. service and assigned to the fundamental vice is absolutely indispensable and is boys is carefully cut to actual physical meas-
!t The' laid land being assessed at the date of 3, F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. <$> sustaining work of the fields and counted on by every man who loves I
.:,?- "inanee of such certificate in the name of urements -"not to set rule and I
$ second and 3 mines and they will be the country and its liberties. a we can sup-
J. V Harden. Unless said certificate shallfii <8> 35. Meets every factories and ,
redeemed according to law. tax deed 3 fourth Monday nights. as much part of the great patriotic "Let me suggest also, that everyone I ply you with as perfect a fit as your tailor can *

5 Jafc*. 17'.iltBet e thereon on the 14th day of May A. 3 forces of the nation as the men under who creates or cultivates a garden give <

E, ? my official signature and seal this I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. fire. helps and helps greatly, to solve the you. :
III9\h day of April. A D. 1917. night. Appeals to Farmers"I problem of the feeding of the nations; i
3 Meets
W. T. WEEKS every Our clothing is not a substitute for tailored .
3, therefore to ad- and that housewife who prac-
take the liberty, every !
Clerk. Circuit Court '3
SlAL) Bradford County Florida.i + M. W. of A., Starke Camp. <3> dress a word to the farmers of the tices strict economy puts herself in the clothing it IS tailored clothing, of the very ; ]J ;

.I '"*?. By R. A.Deputy WEEKS.Clerk. (3, Meets every first and third WedS country and to all who work on the ranks of those who serve the nation. I best. I t

.""" 3. nesday nights. 3' farms: The supreme need of our own This is the time for America to correct ; :

NO'lIa or APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 0 '3, nation and of the nations with whichwe her unpardonable fault of wastefulnessand We urge you to select a suit from this fam- ; I fi i

.,TO.DER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. 3 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp I are co-operating is an abundanceof extravagance. Let every man and I ous line. You will be pleased more than I
LAWS OF FLORIDA. 3, No. 138. Meets every second and supplies and especially of foodstuffsThe every woman assume the duty of care- 1 1

CIugjsy Not lee Is of hereby Chicago.given ilL that purchaser W. C, ofu Foster 3' fourth Friday nights. importance of an adequate food ful, provident use and expenditure as pleased. .' ,::3I

wfteate No. 130. dated the 3rd day of Au. I; 4 xy supply, especially for the present yearis a public duty, as a dictate of patrio- -
"\ A. D. 1914. hu filed said certificate in cordially superlative. Without abundant food tism which no one can now expect ever 1-
J .onee and has made application for taxMM t 3 Visiting brothers are -
to -asue in attendance with law. Said 3' invited to attend these meetings. 3' alike for the armies and the people to be excused or forgiven for ignore 1 I

to ;***** embraces the following described 3. now at war, the whole great enterpriseupon ing. J. ALVAREZ ,
J 5 wit:ty: situated In Bradford County. Florida. 4 which we have embarked will' "In the hope that this statement of

,- % of NE>4 and Eli of NEVi of NWtf break down and fail. The world's food, the needs of the nation and of the

f.**., U sore. Tp.or e.less.S. R. 22 East containing 100 Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System I reserves are low. Not only during the I world in this hour of supreme crisis Starke Fla.H

.jMMld land being assessed at the date of The Old Sttndard general trengtb Q tonte. present emergency but for some time! may stimulate those to whom it comes ,
L.-ui"" of such certificate in the name of.Little. GI.OVB'8 TASTELESS chill TONIC.Orrrea out after peace shall have come both our and remind all who need reminder oi

b. Unless said certificate shall MalSria.VT1chesthehl.andbuhMPtbe sys- and large proportion oi! the solemn duties of a time such as, -> -:- -> > '
** '** according to law. tax deed ults aK.Mtea.. 50c. own people a
-il1 .1Ie A. truetonie. .
thereon on the 14th day of May,
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f Messrs. Lee Hodges and Carl Lewis I Rev. Barr will fill his regular ap- the sick list this week. I i church here r.ext Sunday- '
motored to Starke Saturday afternoonto I pointments at the Methodist church? Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of the I Don't fail to attend. at f#

attend to business.Mr. here next Sunday. We had no servi- Vanderbilt section, visited relatives I There will be Sunda &,,.. -
and Mrs. L. A. Brown and lit- ces here last Sunday.Mr. here Sunday. Sunday morning at 10 achOlII
1 1I tle daughter, Iris, Miss Edith Crosbyand J. H. Mott is the latest additionto Mr. Arthur Green visited his parents i 1 all come early.1 j o'elock.,,'",",,oZ1 -
; F County News Items Mr. J. L. Shriver, motored to the depot force here. at Sanderson Saturday and 'un- : i
Gainesville last Friday afternoon on a Dr. W. E. Middleton motored to day.Miss --
shopping expedition.Miss Gainesville Tuesday. Jessie Futch of Lawtey, visited ++ + + + + + + + + + +:+ +....
Eunice Hazen who is attending i The mid-week prayer-meetings are here Sunday. :
>etgs'atlug Eiets Gathered During the Week by Our I school at Worthington, was.shopping being well attended the services both Llder N. T. King, of Starke, will I+ BE OX YOL'R GUAD'; 'if.

Regular Correspondents. in Gainesville Friday afternoon.She Wednesday and Thursday evenings being : preach here on Sunday, April 2'nd.1 + >"f;-
b returned to Brooker and spent theweekend of unusual interest. A.U are invited. :. + This is war time We ha-.::
;. I with her parents.Mr. The postmaster here, who is a mem- A very pretty home wedding was + deal with an: insidious *ot. It"
: D. W. Pinholster and son, Dew- ber of the state executive committee, witnessed Sunday afternoon at the + hooves every man t .t

PALESTINE. attended church here Sunday and visited ey, of Lake Butler, were visiting in wishes to remind the postmasters of home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kersey + himself a home gTlardto: keep..1 .
at the home of G. W. Harrison. Brooker Saturday. the fourth class, that the state league when they gave their daughter, ;Miss + eye on his own and, afar II! t
Pasco Douglass, of EUisville, Columbia Misses Edyth Warren and Delia will meet in connection with the As- Else, in marriage to Mr. A. E. Chism. + can, his neighbor's prorertyl4j*.-
Mr. W. 0. Hodges and family of county visited relatives in our Bielling and Messrs. Bryan and Pin- sociation of Postmasters at Orlandoon -Lidei D. L. Phillips officiating. The + strangers who e rapt: JJeIr\;;'
near Lake Butler, spent Sunday with community Sunday. holster, of Worthington, attended the May 15, 16 and 17, and business of groom is a prosperous young farmerof + borhood or premises give a aau.:g
his father, Mr. J. J. Hodges. Jim Ward of Worthington, passed church services at the Baptist church : vital interest will be discussed. Ev- St. George GaT, where they will reside + factory account cf theipse 1Ya.-;.
Mr. Ben and Cecy Brannen, of Lake through our burg Saturday.Mrs. Sunday evening. ery postmaster should be there. The and the bride is a charming + One of the enemy's \VeaPGllla'.
Butler; attended church at Cypress E. B. Bielling and daughter, Mesdames G. W., E. M. and A. A. compensation of the fourth class post- young lady of this vicinity, who will + Starvation. Guard weR the pa;..
Grove Sunday. Miss Jane visited the former's mother, Hazen motored to Lake Butler Wed- master is the same today that it was be greatly missed. They left on the + ces whereofood for Than; and beaa
Miss Neta Loy Dowling is spendinga Mrs. Roan Groover of Lake Butler nesday afternoon to do shopping.Rev. forty years ago although a dollar has morning train for their future home. + is stored, aso! the water IUPP1io, (t
few days with her aunt, Mrs. W. S. last week. U. Y. Everton filled his ap- only about one-half the purchase power Elder and Mrs. D. L. Phillips vis- + yourself and_ your cattle. Keep (.
Crews, who has been ill for the past Tom Jon and sister Miss Susie, of pointments here Sunday morning and that it had ten years ago. The com- ited relatives and friends at at The- + eye on yoar stock, also _II.?'t-
two months. Providence attended church here Sun- evening, and preached two interesting pensation has been raised in all other ressa Saturday and Sunday.Mr. + your fences frerjuently! thatft.1
$ Messrs. Leon Addison and Littenton day. sermons. branches of the service except the Dewey Green visited at Sanderson + openings allow cattle to enter aS I.
; Kite attended church at Cypress Grove H. G. Crawford director of the Lake Mrs. Flora D. Nauright,of Raiford, fourth class and a petition in the form Saturday and Sunday. + eat the crops. Notify the cojatU'
t Sunday. Butler Bank attended a directors'meeting visited Brooker on Tuesday, the 17th of.cards have been sent to all postmasters Miss Rosie Green, who has been visiting + tuted authorities when your tot !
Misses Bessie and Ina Brannen at Lake Butler Saturday. mst, and organized a Woman's Christian of that class asking for better here for the past few weeks returned + picions are aroused, tut in 'alt
spent Sunday afternoon with Effie and Temperance Union. According to compensation but up to date only to her home at Sanderson Mon + cases act with coolness and fad*.J
Cassie Hurst. LAWTEY.A previous announcement, Mrs. Nauright about nine per cent of the Florida + ment. ,1
Mr. Daniel Hurst and Mr. Louie arrived the Baptist church at two postmasters have signed and mailed day.Mr.. 0. J. Phillips was a visitor to + (
c Williams made a trip to Lake City Sat- o'clock, where she met a goodly number the cards to the secretary. This means the State Prison Farm Sunday. + + + + + + + + + + + + ...}
; urday afternoon. very pretty home wedding was: of ladies. She gave an interesting failure if we do not rally as the petition Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman motoredover 1 '
A large crowd of young folks gathered solemized last Tuesday afternoon at talk on the subject of temperance with is to be presented at the present to Starke Saturday.Mr. -I.- : ''
at the home of Rev. W. S. Crews 3 o'clock at the home of Dr. and Mrs. instructions about the many departments session of congress. Sign and mail L. B. Green visited at Sanderson CARD OFWe TH\rncs.; '

Saturday night and enjoyed a sing.Don't G. W. Brown when their daughter of work taken up by this society the card today. Saturday and Sunday.Mr. -1-, ,, .
forget the singing convention Miss Louiebelle', was united in marriage The officers elected We to the illness of .
following were : regret report and Mrs. James Austin, of Wal- hereby tender out :
at Cypress Grove the fifth Saturdayand to Mr. J. T. Moore, in the presence W. B. Odum, of the Volunteers of s mete tiasb
President, Mrs. M. Matheny. ler visited relatives here Sunday. to the many kind friends
Sunday. of a large number of relatives Recording Secretary, Miss Laura America, who has charge of the con- Mr. Jerry Witcher was a visitor to aided us with care and.sympathy;who M Botfr fe''
and friends, Rev. T. B. Lawrence, pastor Lewis. struction of the home for exconvictsnear Lawtey Sunday afternoon.Don't ing the long and
of the Grace M._ E. church______ nor severel-ilkess; of oej
NEW RIVER. forming the -- -- n. n I Treasurer, Mrs. Lamb.WORTHINGTON.. here. At this writing Mr. Odumis miss it. Elder N. T. King, of bers of our family.
ceremony. I sick at the home of G. W. Hin- :.p
The house very Starke, will preach at the Baptist S. A. Bryan
decorated and
was beautifully Family
son, who is caring for him in the ab- "."
: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker and chil- with flowers. The bride is a highly ;
sence of his brother Adjt. L. A. Odum.
dren motored over to Green Cove last accomplished young lady, and has

Sunday. taught in the Lawtey High School for Mr. John Groover and Roland An- LITTLE MOUTHS ARF
.c Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp were busi- several terms while the groom is one derson, who are attending the normalat WOODLAWN.Dr. 20,000,000

ness visitors to Lake Butler last of Lawtey's rising young business men this place, made a trip to Jackson-

Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Byrd, of Gra- -being Thede-Moore a member& Co., general of the merchantsThe firm of I.ville Mr.the Steve latter Lewis part one of last of the week.Normal professional. A. H. Freeman visitor ,here of Starke Sunday, wasa af LOOKING FOR FOOD AND bit

ham the week-end with Mrs.Byrd's
spent happy couple were supposed to pupils of Worthington, made a visit to ternoon.
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. leave here on the'afternoon train fora
relatives at Raiford last week. -
Mr. Dewey Greene visitor to .;
was a ...
Berry. short trip to St. Augustine and oth- I
:: Mr. Durant Lamb, of Brooker, has Sanderson In the "walls of the intestines thereare the if
Saturday and Sunday.Mr. eyes; your appetite hu
t Mr. J. J. Thomas of Jasper, spent er points on the East Coast, and their fa 2t|
: entered the normal here. We wish
just J. S. Norman visitor to about 20,000,000 lacteals or little and
was a you are losing weight, '
last Sunday in New Rjver. many friends were ready to see them you tte> >dneed
him success and welcome him to our Starke mouths which suck the nutriment from
of treatment.
Messrs. B. F. and J. B. Renfroe off.In good style, but they evaded them Slowly but nri
were transacting business in Lake But- by'going by automobile to Highland, midst. W. C. Wooten, of Lawtey was a the body is normal they obtain only these self generated poisons are bfe-
let last Saturday. where they caught the train. I Dr. J. 0. Phillips of Worthington, visitor here Friday. the body is nromal they obtain only carried through you system and mi-
; I made a short trip to Jacksonville this Mr. S. T. Starling is rela- that which is good and nourishing and blood
visiting ,
Supt. E. R. Poppell, of Starke was u'Their many friends here wish thema your kidneys, nerves and betit
a business visitor here last Saturday. long life of happiness and prosper- week. tives and friends in Macclenny this will make rich blood. When constipation will be affected. A 50c package of Bfc'
Mr. Scott Andreu and Mr. Col-
Mrs. W. J. Thomas, who has been ity. They will return here Sunday. week. exists however the intestines are Livingston's Root and Herb Tea coo
'If very ill, is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Hunter Miss son, accompanied by Misses Susie and Mr. Jerry Witcher was transacting clogged and filled with poisonous and quers constipation. Dont allow,ser;'
Mr. Calhoun Berry left last Sunday Gdssie Tolbert Mrs. G. Y. Herlong, Van Cone, of Brooker. were in this business in Starke Saturday.Miss disease breeding matter. This waste, ious illness to overtakelyou: when thit

night for Hastings, where he will 'Mr. Bennie Herlong and Misses Kate I place Sunday afternoon.Mr. Rosie Green visited her parentsat taken in by the lacteals, searching for I great vegetable remedy;of Nature'.Ii
Pinholster and Mr. '
spend a few months. !and Lizzie Herlong, of Lake City, were Dewey BradyBryan Sanderson Saturday and Sunday. food, is transmitted to the blood and I' at hand to help you. Get a six cm
# Mr. P. M. Padgett and children, of I guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I of Lake .Butler, were visiting Major Geo. Butler of Florida, blew thus affects the whole system. Few package now. You will feel bittte:
Lak Butler, came over to New River 'Thos. E. Adams last Sunday.Mr. friend shere Sunday afternoon. into town Monday. The major is 78 realize the dangers of constipation and I from the first dose. It is easily p*
Sunday afternoon. I[ T. J. Terry was a visitor to I Quite a number of our people attended years old, probably the nestor of Flor- its deadly results. pared and one dose a day suffices. Kt
< ( the unveiling of the monumentat ida printers. He has ceased active If bowels are not regular and I dosing inconvenient
Messrs. W. M. Parker Clyde Parker Starke Tuesday. 'I your at times. At y<%
and Arthur Berry motored over to I. Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, afternoon.Mr.New Hope. cemetery on last Sunday work, but was formerly noted as a you feel nauseated and dizzy; if head- druggists, or mailed by(the Livingston

Starke last Saturday.The and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, writer. aches bother you, especially in the Medicine Co., 1740 Mate St. Jackson:
Pinholster and
Dewey Mr. Brady Mrs. J. S. Norman is reported on morning, and have spots before I ville Fla. *
Berry and Parker dramatic play were visiting relatives and friends in Bryan, accompanied by Miss DeliahBeilling you on receipt o price. .:
which came off last Friday night wasa Lawtey Monday.Mr. -
who is attending the normal
good success. All whom were pres- Will Purdy, of Jacksonville, wasa here, motored over to Brooker Sunday
ent enjoyed it very much. visitor to Lawtey last Tuesday.
J night to attend services there.
1 Mr. J. D. Randall left last Thursday Rev. Kendall filled his regular ap-
I : LONG BRIDGE. for Cincinnati, Ohio. pointment here Sunday night. 'He was
Ld.>.I 1 Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Lawrence were accompanied by his wife and daughter.We .
visitors to Jacksonville Monday.Dr. were glad to have them with us
Messrs. M. H. Moody and R. F. Mer- A. S. Humphreys, of Barney, Save The
as they assisted greatly in the music
I ritt were business visitors to Starke Ga., stoped over for a day or two last during the service. Hogs
: I last Thursday. week to shake hands with his many Brooker was well represented at :
J I Mr. J. E. Adkins was a visitor to friends. He was enroute to White Worthington Sunday afternoon. We
Brooker Saturday. Springs. The doctor
was located here
were glad to you, friends. Come
Mr. B. F. Merritt of St. Petersburg, several years ago. again. .. I
I visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R. Mr. H. C. Peace was transacting Misses
Lula and Virgie Thomas ac-
r F. Merritt last week. business in Jacksonville
t Mr. Jasper Tison was a business vis- ( Mrs. James Haman came last over Friday.from tended companied services by their at their brother home Algar church, at- When hogs are bringing from 12 cents to :
itor to Lake Butler Saturday. Jacksonville and
: spent from Friday
I Miller and
near Saturday Sunday, returning

f i ;;i night.The debate Quite an was interesting splendid Saturday program until Editor Sunday J. T.here.Lewis, of the Raiford Mr. Lando here Sunday Maines afternoon.and mother of 16 cents per pound, gross weight, and the

.J was rendered. Tribune, was transacting business in
1 I' Louise, were visitors here Sunday af-
r New officers were elected as follows: Lawtey last Saturday. ternoon. Mrs. Lando Maines accom- demand is absolutely unlimited it behooves
: I' President Joe Dowling. I Deputy Sheriff L. L. Sapp was i panied them home. i
:I Secretary, Carrie Turner. a courting in Starke the first part of the i Mr. A. B. Shaw made short
j Vice President Mr. Smith. week. He"had several blind tiger cas- Brooker Sunday afternoon.a tripto every farmer to look well to the health of _
i ,i' Assistant Secretary Lena Merritt. es before the county judg'e.Sam .
Miss Minnie Hazen and Miss Ber-
'i i Editor of society Mamie Tur Addison. of
paper I Jacksonville, spent nice Parker, two of Worthington's his herd.
,j Sunday with relatives in Lawtey. ,
I ner.Program normal pupils made a short visit to
; committee, Miriam Adkins, 'Mr. H. C. Peace was called to Anthony I Gainesville in the afternoon. Both } '
returned -
Lena Merritt and Mamie Turner. las tweek t -
I The program for next Saturday ,I death of his father-in-law on account', Dr. Gill.the I mained to the their rest homes of the, where weekendth they re- Cholera is the greatest draw-back to hog i

night, April 21st, is very interesting. Mrs. Peace has been at the bedside of their
We invite one and all to come and take I her father for two or three weeks. parents.
Mr. Broadus Ware, who has been in raising. Cholera is preventable 1
part in the Mrs. E. D. through
program. Sayles spent several days ., business at Live Oak for some time vaccination -
Remember, every Saturday night at last week with friends in Gainesville.
past,. a guest of his parents, Mr. and
7:30 o'clock.Mrs. I,Mrs. A. W. Biddle and daughter, Mrs. with cholera .
Mrs. G. W. S. Ware, of this place. serum and virus administered (
Millard Johns spent Saturday ;lays, came over from Jacksonville -
I Miss' Edith Warren, who is attending -
1 and Sunday at the State Farm visiting j and accompanied her.
i her sister, Mrs. Stevenson.Mr. ;Mr. Miles I the Normal here, spent the week- We '
i Lastinger, of Daytona, is simultaneously. believe
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. we
I pro-
J Percy Kelly, of'near Brooker, I spending a few days here at the home S. Warren, of Clayno.HAMPTON..
.,', was the guest at the home of Mr. and 'of his nephew Reason Lastinger.
:: i Mrs. J. E. Adkins Sunday.Don't I Miss Essie Thomas, of Crawford duce the best serum and virus that is made.

forget the Sunday school every spent last week with friends in Law- .

'. +: Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Everybody tey. We have shown our faith in it
1 come. Judge B. D. Kelley, of Raiford. was by guaran-
transacting business in Lawtey Tues- Mr. W. L. Summers was a business

I MILLER. day.Mr. visitor at Starke Tuesday. teeing the immunity of 1500 head of hogs in
,t E. E. Burney was a business Clyde and Leona Mullady are spend-
visitor to Jacksonville Monday. ing the week in Gainesville, the guestsof
k. ( Rev. Walters of Gainesville, filled Mr. C. E. Beach, of Jacksonville, friends. Bradford county!
his regular appointment at the FreeWill was a visitor to Lawtey Monday. Carl M. Brubaker, of Jacksonville,

-1 C Baptist church Saturday and Mayor W. F. Godwin was a business was here on business for the govern .\\i.
Sunday. Large and appreciative audi visitor to Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. ment during the week. For the convenience of Bradford
; ences greeted him at each service. M. Overstretet, of Lake Butler, Mrs. Phillips Tyre visited relatives county
I The many friends of Ury Spires are was the guest of his brother, Rev. W. here during the week, returning to her
glad to knew that he is improving. L. Overstreet, last week. home on the East Coast Wednesday.M. farmers we have arranged with the Bank of ;
I G. C. Driggers of Lake Butler visited Mrs. ;M. E .Edwards and Miss Mabel L. Rawley and wife, of Sarasota,,

relatives here Sunday. I came up from Gainesville Tuesday to are spending the week here, the guestsof *
J. L. Brown has traded his Ford .I to keep hand
for witness the marriage of Mr. J. T. Mrs. Rawley's parents Mr. and on constantly a supplyof
; a Maxwell. Moore and Miss Louieoelle Brown. Mrs. J. Allen.V. .

0. V. Brooks, of Providence attended Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were visitors R. Prevatt has moved his shaving our serum and virus. It is
church here shipped here
Sunday. to Jacksonville Wednesday.Rev. parlor from the Hagan building opposite un-
.. B. E. Brown made a business trip to W. L Overstreet filled his regular the postoffice, to the Maxwell
Dukes Monday afternoon.D. appointment at the Raiford Bap building, formerly occupied by S. E. er refrigeration and is kept under
M. Edwards, of Tampa spent sev1. tist church last Sunday. Homan. refrigeration ;

eral days last week visiting relatives Mr. J. W. Addison left Sunday for The stock has been subscribed for a"People's
in and around Miller. Mr. Edwards i ia is South Florida, near Tampa where he Garage" and carpenters are in order that it may be delivered to the j
1. Bradford county boy and has a host has secured a position.Mr. I busily engaged in remodeling the old
of friends who are always glad to see Ernest Wells was a visitor to I livery stable building for headquar farmers in first-class condition.
4 him.J. Jacksonville last Sunday. ters.The
;+ C. Ward, the egg peddler was in Deputy Sheriff Cameron of Starke, patriotic rally conducted under .. ,
-t our midst Monday taking eggs. the auspices of the
up was a visitor to Lawtey last Sunday. Hampton Sunshine
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett of Bland Society on last Monday evening at the [

,' attended church here Sunday. B OOKER. Masonic hall, was well attended anda
Furman Stokes went to Worthington decided success. The patriotism of

Springs Saturday on business.N. those present cannot be questioned.Col. Inter-State Vaccine Co.
H. Stokes and D. L. Clyatt were Messrs. L. A. Brown A. A. Hazen T. G. Futch of Leesburg, was a
i in Lake Butler Saturday on business. Scott Andreu and Fred Hazen attended business visitor here and at Starke on 'i
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Miller attended to business in the county site last Monday.L. .
church at Worthington Sunday. Wednesday afternoon. Watson representing the ScotchWoolen Sub-Station No. 2 Kansas City Mo.
Quinn Tomlinson, and Israel Dekle Mrs. E. L. Crosby left Saturday for Mills, of Jacksonvlile, was ,
attended church here Saturday night Jacksonville, where she will visit Tel: looking after the interests of his firm .
Miss Maud Hunter of Lake Butler, atires for a few days. here during the week. 1L1L
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