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 27, 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
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t :Steamer Mongolia Has Credit STRONG APPEAL MADE TO On French Front Rjjpocted- '
{, -v For First Known Sub to I II Intensity of Fightinj.Is( Said

;' Have Been Sunk. Secretary of Local Board Asks That HELD REIGN OF TERRORON PROMINENT OFFICIALS OF To Be Decreasing.
All Co-operate to Bring Success. I
The -
1916-17 term of the Bradford ;

close. Notwithstanding the many hindrances HAIL IN PLACES AND THE WILL DISCUSS WHAT
that have had to be surmounted
" this year, we have bad one of the
; COMING TO THE SURFACE most profitable terms in the history MAKE ANOTHER strAND BEFORE -

1 LATEE- NAVAL, GUNNERS FIR of the school: We have had measles Sunday afternoon about 1:30 Starkewas WASHINGTON, April 25.-The CROSS PLEDGE.This BRITISH FORCES-ITALIANS .

\( .ED SHELL .THAT, SHATTERED :!epidemic in our school for some four visited by a thunderstorm which French war mission to the United CAPTURE POS"TION$ OC \
months and even some of the teacherswere was gentle at first, but kept ever in- States, headed by Rene Viviani, minister is the oath which mem- CUPIED BY AUSTR(/.NS. j
I THE THIN SHELL. taken from us on account of creasing in violence. During its I of justice and former premier, and I bers of the Red Cross Society
same, yet the work has progressedfrom take. It is repeated, every day -
., height hail as large as molded shot Marshal Joseph Joffre, hero'of the
. day to day. in the workrooms of the society, There was a dimunittoh in the intensity i
fell. About 3:30 the rain had ceased and popular idol of the French
t.... LONDON- England April 25.-Capof To those patrons whose children .and the air was cool and pleasant, but people, were welcomed enthusiastically and is a good one to remember: of the fighting Between the

, pti Jlice" 'the American steamship have had to miss some of the term for the ground was strewn with boughs to Washington today. "I pledge my allegiance to my British and German armies Tuesday,

......, which: has arrived at a any cause we suggest that if possible and leaves that the hail had beaten Tonight, after being warmly greetedby flag; and to the Republic for although battles of grefe fierceness
- they return them to school for the final from the trees.Alligator American officials and hailed as illustrious which it stands. continued at several points. In these,
lkW.portiJtold the Associated_Press examination..which will be. heldnext according to the British official -
j canal, from being dry a friends by thousands' of peo- "One nation, indivisible, with com-
, r 'today that the' Mongolia had fired the week, the last week of school. couple of hours before, was full to the ple who lined the streets while they Liberty and Justice for all." munication, the advantage! rested with
f. irst fun of, the war for the United Have them try these examinations as banks of ice cold water, which showed crossed the city, the commissioners are Field Marshal Haig's forces.
one never knows what can be accomplished that the rain on its watershed had at the home of Henry White, former Southeast of Arras the British made I
iu SUtes and sunk a_German sui arise.t in even a short time until once been very heavy. Monday morning1, ambassador to France, as the guests progress between'the Sendee:( river and ,

t The naval gunners on board bade a tested. No one will receive promotion Messrs. E. B. Shipman and James of the United States government. NARROW ESCAPE Monchy-Le-Prux, driving their linesto j'

dean hit 'at 1,000 yards- The perisIt either ,at the end of the present termor Hornsby me to town in a Ford, and I Tomorrow the leading member, M. within_------ a_ stone's__n__ throw---- .. nf the villager I _

COM wu'seen to be shattered. at the beginning of the_ next unlesshe on one of me running Doaros they carried I Vivian, Marshal Joffre and Admiral J. M. Truby Knocked Down By Train ;[ of FonUine-Les-Cnjiselles and

S'r The sabmarine, Capt.Rice said, was or she holds a certificate of pro- a sample of Sunday's hail storm, I Chocheprat will be received by Presi-, -Gets Up Unhurt. Cherisy and straightened cjut the sharp
fl"abort to attack the great liner in British motion. The examination must be in the way of a bank of hail, still un- ,dent Wilson and later there will be j salient that had existed tt 're. ,
waters on'April 1.. He declared passed. This is one of the requisitesto melted. They related that in their preliminary conferences between the Northeast of Arras in the{ Gavrelle
Mr. J. M. of the best
there was absolutely no doubt that the the handling with profit the pupils, ,neighborhood the hail had fallen to representatives of the French and known and most Truby, one in this sector the Germans threw a strong
U-boat was hit and that there wan ev- The present year has witnessed ,the sbch an extent that the ground the'afternoon American military and naval chiefs. section had respected men from counter attack against he British, but

: cry reason to believe it was destroyed.Even failure of some few pupils to hold" .. before was covered to a depth have in its possession at least a broad death ,or. serious a Very narrow injury escape last Friday were driven back in disorc&. r.

more pertinent a fact as regards their standing in their grades because ,<<"'four inches, and along the fencesthe have in its psosession at least a broad afternoon o narrow, that his friends j Since Monday,more thai 2,000 Ger- ; i
the ultimate fate of the submarine they were permitted to enter gra!U' drifts were from 12 to 15 inches outline of France's ''View of American could hardly believe that he out I mans from numerous divisions have
,' was that the shell disappeared for which they were not prepared. Non deep., Every plant of whatever kind participation in,the war. of his adventure almost unscathed.Mr. been made prisoners by the British and
' immediately after the hit was made. the state of such children is worse had been beaten to piecesuntil the TIe leading members: of.the mission, Truby had ended his day* workon still others are awaiting*transfer to
I 1 The captain stated that a shell always than had they remained a grade lower fields were perfectly'bar of vegeta- coming up from 'Hampton Roads onboard the strawberry shipping pUrtfonn the prisoner cages. <
, ricochets in the water'and can be seen for the present year. They have gain tion and all crops must be 'replanted. the presidential-yacht,Mayflower and started for his office on Cherry No infantry attack hz$ developedfrom
,,1r: apIa' unless it finds its mark Oil ed a smattering of the grade they left Rev. N. T. King came in and said his had their first'view of the tional street. The southbound Cedar-Key the artillery preparation which
ato Men on the-water after the ,and also about the same idea of the had fared bad. capital from the Potomac the French have
rt was neighborhood j just as a point on train had jus tarrived and stood on the ,been raakfng all along
, submarine disappeared. work in the grade they entered this From the information extant it was river below Alexandria, soon after main track. On one of the side tracks their front for several dajs. Tuesday
.\t The Mongolia was going at full year and now, consequently, they will computed that the western limit of the Mount Vernon had been passed.As stood a freight'train that blocked the the Germans were heavily bombarded

speed and was a long distance away be discouraged to have the work of storm was a little east of the Sanderson the Mayflower came abreast of: road and Mr. Truby stood between the on various sectors from St Quentin to
$ when the spray and foam subsided, but either of these grades to cover again, road and that it had extended the home of the first president the tracks, waiting for the freight tofpass.In the Champagne. Among' the booty
} 'from the bridge the officers observed and yet they can never climb the lad- about two miles east of Starke. It marine band played the Star Spangled the meantime he did not notice that captured by tle French during the recent -
f the spot through their glasses and are der of promotion until they master was still unknown how far it had ex- Banner, and the Frenchmen lined the the passenger train had backed to heavy engagements bn the pla-

: confident the submarine was sunk. these subjects. Therefore, patronsaid tended north, but J. S. Starling, of rail with bared heads and stood at at- deliver express matter, and, seeing up it teau of the Chemin-De-Dames, north- I
'''f. the teacher and the better interestof Lawtey, arrived and said it had been tention. At Alexandria, rich in his- gone, probably thought it had resum- east of Soissons, are fours of the famous i
ji.I your child by seeing that he attends'school in his east toric memories the commissioners 105-millimetre
neighborhood howit-
;.very severe saluted German
ed its journey south and
t r' regularly, and on time, with
of the Seaboard railway, and that all hundreds of cheering people who .the main track. He was tired out from zers. J
k London, England, April 25.-(6:18 his books, andTiis lessons well prepared. vegetation on "Cracker Six" had been linger the riverfront wharves. The British
the _
: exhausting work of buyingand royal flying corps are
m.'The: periscope ''was 'righted .' No teacher can successfully teach '
Ot p. wiped out. Mr. Starling related as RM Warmth in GreetingsSoon I sending off a strawberry shipment, taking full advantage of the beautiful
, dead ahead on the last afternoon of any child who comes irregularly and wonderful that a patch of beans he afterward the navy yard was else he would have probably noticed spring weather for operations against
the voyage.' The captain gave the order who does not have. books, and his les- has, full of matured pods, had stood reached and there the party was received that the passenger train started again German aviators. Monday in fights

for full speed ahead with the intention sons. daily. the hail well and was not much dam- by a group of American officials and got out of the way. The heavy in the air fifteen German aircraft were i
of ramming the submarine. Should you fail to understand why aged, while other vegetation that was: headed by Secretary Lansing. The transverse beam on top of the pilot shot down by the Britishers, while 24 "
The periscope disappeared and a your child is not better advanced than apparently of tougher texture, had secretary led the ceremony by shaking struck him on the arm and knocked others were last seen after engage-
few minute later, reappeared on the he, is, or why he will not or has not succumbed.The hands first with M. Viviani and Marshal him down. But he immediately ments diving earthward completely out Ij
was up again E
ship's broadside. The gunners fired, been promoted, see his teacher and hail storm passing through Joffre and then with the other of- chasing his straw hat, of control. Only two British machines ." i
hitting the periscope squarely and take the matter up with the principalof Starke had Sanderson street for its ficials. The greeting was no mere perfunctory which was rolling on the ground. failed to return to their base. .. I.iI
throwing up a mountain of water. the department the child is in. western limit and about diplomatic affair. As theacht's
was onequarter f
His arm was slightly bruised but I There has p
been little activity on the
outlined the incident We have in past had good ,
Rice a
Captain years mile wide.. L. C. Powell's fine,field band played the Marseillaiseand other
no damages sustained and
Russian and II
were Roumanian fronts.
with modesty but could not quite con- High School and the many pupils that I of oats, situated just east of the town the marine guard on.shore stoodat Mr. Truby went to his office work I
ceal the pride he felt in the achievement have left her walls bear testimony of limits, came'through unscathed, while attention, there was real ,warmthin if had as I Gen. Maude's troops have capturedthe
of his ship. He paid a high tribute the fact that there has been a good, W. A. Bessent's fields, just east of it, the handshaking and the earnestness : railroad station of Samara, on the
to the gunners and especially to grade of work done, yet for years we were badly ravaged. of genuine feeling in the wordsof. ;i;Tigris river some seventy-five miles
the manner in which they were handled have been handicapped for buildingand J. M. Truby and W. B. Kuhl, who .welcome. FLORIDA HOUSE VOTES TO 'I I northwest of Itagdad and with it 169

by the officer who directed the fir- facilities. We now have a well had seen hail storms in states where} Once ashore the party quickly entered ABOLISH TAX COMMISSION'I 1[I locomotives and 224 railroad cars. ,
fag of the telling shot. equipped building and this year in they are frequent, say that they never motor cars and escorted by two Heavy,casualties were inflicted on the
", particular have we had one of the best, saw a storm like this for quantity of troops of cavalry, drove across the Woman's ,Suffrage Bill Failed by Five Turks by the British and many pris-
Left A.eriea'On April 7. if not the best, High School faculty- hail and detstructiveness. The last ity. Votes-Will Reconsider. oners were taken during jthe advance 1

that the school has ever had. They hail storm in Bradford county of any Clerks in the government depart- from Itzabilat to Samara.In .

'a New York April 25. The American have been untiring in their efforts, note happened in 1897, in the Brook- ments had been given permission to TALLAHASSEE. April 25. The Palestine the Turks. apparently I
of tons -
steamship Mongolia 13,636 ,
painstaking in their planning and exe- lyn section. Such phenomena are, leave their desks to join in welcomingthe House today voted to abolish the tax propose to make a stand against a
I4 owned by the International Mercantile cution of those plans, and last but not further advance the British
happily, very unfrequent in Fl rida. visitors, schools had been dismissed commission and it is said the bill is by throughthe
Marine'Co. American
left an port least they have led lives in the com- Land Jerusalem.
Holy toward
This storm is much deplored, as and residents from all over Washington sure to in the Senate.
England April 7 on her second, trip munity that have been worthy of cul pass From Gaza southeastward toward
many farmers were _severely hurt: financially had flocked to the streets. The announcement also came from
since submarine declaration
Germany's tivation.In -- by having had the result or Everywhere the French tricolorwas the governor's private secretary that Beersheba the'Ottomans hive been reinforced -
,February f 1. the closing days of the school and their labor destroyed, especially at a in evidence. Frequently it appeared the chief executive,will certainly veto and are holding* a strongly ,
.t BROWARDCOUNTYPEOPLESAY even during commencement let us visit time when we can ill acord to lose any in company with the Stars and the bill when it reaches him. The majority entrenched position. : -
the school and show our appreciationof food crops, but the earliness of the Stripes and the British Union Jack. in the House today was not From Gorizia to the tad of the '
I: CATTS HAS BETRAYED TRUST the efforts of the teachers, pupils season allows for replanting, and in Later the five staff officers and tech- large enough topass the measure over Adriatic sea violent artille-/ duels are

and all connected with the school- in places the devastation was not com- nical experts'who left Fortress Monroeby the governor's veto, but the memberssay in progress between the A strians and '

I., Pass Resolution Upholding Representative any way. plete. Our farmers are too virile to > train this morning had arrived and they will have enough votes if it Italians. At several potits in this

Marshall, of That County. Respectfully, "cry over spilt milk," and will soon taken up quarters at a hotel. The entire comes back to them with the gover- region during a let-up in tie" firing the (,
J. C. POPPELL, have the fields covered with verdure party dined later at the White nor's veto affixed. Italians sallied forth and 'lly: surprise :

-p: FORT LAUDERDALE April 25- Secretary of Local Board. again. louse. The woman's suffrage bill which attacks occupied advanced Austrian '

-, called Tomorrow morning M. Viviani, Admiral passed the Senate failed in the House positions and made prisoners of the
At here
a recent mass meeting 123,000 MEN VOLUNTEER.NEW Chochoprat and Marshal Joffre, defenders. In the Sugan valley extensive
; to discuss charges made by Gov. Sidney FUDGE CONVICTED OF MURDER- this afternoon by a vote of fortyoneayes
and the Marshal de Chambrun, accompanied Austrian troops movements ,
)> ING CHILDREN. and twenty-seven The ,
J. Catts W. H. Marshall, nayes.
against by 'the staff officers, will are being carried out, possibly with r
fl representative from Broward county, YORK, April 25.-Approximately women lacked only five votes of have
call upon Secretary Lansing.Later M. the intention of opening an offensive [
the 123,000 men have applied thus ing the three-fifths required in 'orderto
resolution adopted:
following was April 24.-Guilty
Vivian Marshal and Admiral in this
', Joffre region.
found to meet the neces- submit the amendment to the voters. -
:1i, That the citizens of Broward coun- far and been charged, with a recommendation for
will with the Sofia that the British between
Chocheprat cross secretary says
The will
for membership in vote be reconsidered
f.. ty have full faith and confidence in sary requirements at the hands of the court, was
Roosevelt's proposedarmy mercy I from th- state department to the tomorrow and it is claimed that it willpass Lake Doiran and the Varcar river on ; ;
Col. Theodore
the Broward the of
from of the
the verdict in
ti representative jury case
White House where the Macedonian front intense
here they will be received at that time. following an
} county, W. H. Marshall, and that the division, it was announced E. J. Fudge, who had been on trial in
by President Wilson. Then drum fire, delivered_ thrust__ ___ but___
said Representative Marshall has the tonight at enrollment headquarters, the circuit court for the past five days. n '
Marshal Joffre will call Secretary were repulsed.
the which were opened some time ago with upon BRITISH AMBASSADOR SECURES
full of He
y. support and co-operation was charged having mur- The
Admiral the
Baker and Chocheprat admiralty expresses
citizens of Broward county in all of the former president's approval. Sixty dered his two little daughters, ages WARRANT FOR $200,000,000
kVcrctary Daniels, M. Viviani will go belief that a German torpedo boat destroyer -
'f' .'r His efforts to have enacted into law the per cent of the volunteers are from 9 and 11, in order that he might marrya to the capitol to call upon Vice Presi- has been sunk inn; the Northsea
bill which has been introduced in the Virginia, North and South Carolinaand of the underworld, who had
i 't fiftyof woman dent Marshall. At night the entire WASHINGTON April 25.-In a off the Belgian coast'jby; a bomb
.I.' ,f legislature by Senator Hughlett in the other Southern states. Only refused to marry him if she had to party will be guests of honor at a din- .statement to the American public Minister dropped by a British naval aircraft, it

: 1.lIenate and Representatives Marshall, the applications, it was said total were 10- care for the two little girls. The lat party will be guests of honor at a din- Balfour, head of the British War one of three which attackeq five enemy 1
Of the II
{;t.-: Watson and Hood in the assembly, under 25 years old. ter were found shot through the heartsa ner at the White House. Commission, today denied that it was destroyers. Only four of the destroyers 1
: a ;Hand that the citizens of Broward coun- 000 are negroes. rifle having been used. Fudge was the object of the commissions from are reported to have returned to ti

'>. -f 'ty fully support and adopt the declaration convicted of murder in the first de- HONOR ROLL Britain and France to inveigle the Zeebrugge. : 1
.3 ;., ;1' of principles with reference to LONDON STARTLED BY LOSSES gree without a recommendation, four' United States from its traditional policy I -
f.; Everglade drainage as signed by Senate CAUSED BY SUBMARINES months ago, but the trial judge granted of refusing to form alliances, secretly I )
1 Hughlett and Representatives a new trial on the showing that. For Seventh Month of Bradford County or publicly, with European pow- Bloodiest Spot in Word War.

'1 1 ,, Marshall Hood and Watson. LONDON, April .-The startling new evidence had been discovered.' High School ers. The minister said: "I cannot British Front in Franc'., April 25. '

] "That the citizens of Broward coun- increase of the sinkings of the British i imagine any rumor of less foundation.Our via London.-The town of Monchy-Le-
: ty repudiate as false the statements ships during the last week is promi- HIGH WAGES FOR SAILORS ENTERING First Grade-Louise Stewart, Eliz-I confidence in the United States' Preux, which lies about five miles east 1

t. 0 of the governor that the representa- nently displayed in the morning papers THE WAR ZONE. abeth Kendrick, Carlyle Ritch, Elmer assistance is not based on consideration of Arras, will stand out in history as tone
,.i:" five of Broward county is interested several of which comment gravely McMillan, Xevin Fryer. !. as those which arise from formal of the bloodiest spots of the world

} in, or controlled by, any land company on> the serious outlook. The Times NEW YORK, April 25-What is said Second Grade-David Mitchell. treaties." war.The
ii i'' ':I or companies or other individuals seeking complains of the lack of details and by marine men to be the topmost price Third Grade-Myrtle Hodges, Lois Balfour's statement, it was officially fighting north east.and south '

l' to further their private interests; contends that much harm is being done ever paid for service on an Americanor Williams, Isla Poppell, Florence Andrews announced, was made as a result of of this little Artois village perched upon : :

t and the 'said statements are hereby by trying to minimize the facts. any other merchant vessel was recorded Owen Griffin, Malcolm thorn- conferences between President Wilson a high knoll, has ,exceeded in in yItensity :',

; !- branded as having been uttered for the The Mail comments in a similar tenor today with the signing of a ton, Edna Manning. and Secretary Lansing''and is regarded any of the individual strugglesof 1.

I' j i : purpose of dishonoring the representative and complains of the omission of the crew of an American ship that is to i Fourth Grade-Marie Parker, Isa- as disposing finally of reports in the Somme. Ifv
:i from Broward county and discrediting French, Italian, American and neutral sail through the submarine zone. bel Fernandez. some quarters that'the United States Efforts of the Germans to retake the ."

said county and thereby injuring losses, which gives a false impression. The first mate will get $300 a mont] Fifth Grade-Nellie Mott, Julian would be asked to sign a treaty not to village, apparently have subsided on
1, the project of drainage of the and so on down the line to mess boysat Canova, Charles Darby Vivirette make a separate peace. account of the cheer exhaustion of the

'\, Everglades., and $45, with a war Bonus of 100 per- Floyd. Prominent among the day's proceedings available forcer.
l' "t"- ,"That the present governor obtained drainage law for the Everglades,been cent promised in addition. Should the Sixth Grade-Ethel Griffin, Hazel was the handing of a United
+ the votes of a large majority of the that the said governor has now men meet with disaster, they are to be Warren, Dorothy Edwards, Margaret States Treasury warrant for two! hundred ed States under the seven billion dollar
.: *>tiiens of Broward county and south- false to his promises and has betrayedthe their transported home and officers paid 250( Long. million dollars to the British am- war revenue measure. The warrant "

t--.t: ;I'; .,*ra Florida upon the strength of his trust of the people who cast of for their personal effects lost and them Seventh Grade-Paul Canova. bassador. This is the first of the war is said to be the largest'Ever issued -j
strength '
promises to lend his best efforts towards votes for him upon the n $100. Eighth Grade-Alice Thornton. loan which is to be made by the Unit, in the history of the world -t I
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WATCHED 29 MEN DROWN + ttttttttttt ;+ '

Trials With Two Convictions of Callous Conduct of German Submarine YOURGUABb. J
is NOTES BY THE WAY. o Three t .

The following hymn, which owes its Blind Tigers. Arouses Norwegian Press. + This is war time. We laye J", =tom

aeooooo0000000000In stateliness and stirring qualities to its GAINS POUNDS deal with an insidious foe fcZ to

the Telegraph's issue of April 13, simplicity and solemn earnestness, has Judge Gardiner's court has been A recent London dispatch relates the + hooves every man to co'tofoj !.*". }

there appeared among the Tallahassee only had one equal-the Marsellaise. busy of late trying blind tiger cases following atrocity: + himself a home guard, to 'J, *!, ;;
notes the following in regard to Hon. It was composed by Julia Ward Howeat and so far resulted in two convictions.The The torpedoing of an unnamed Scan- + eye on his own and, as faj.fcep SI f
W. G. Seals' work in the legislature: the beginning of the war betweenthe RAILROAD MAN SAYS TAN- trial of Will James, colored, of dinavian steamship with the loss of all + can, his neighbor's propt ? I 'Nt

"Mr. Seals stated that the average states, and after having been al- LAC IS THE ONLY THING Lawtey, Friday excited much interest. on board except Capt. Karseen Olson, strangers who enter you/ieiS:; !

retail merchant will buy his most forgotten for half a century, it Eleven witnesses for the state had is reported in a Reuter dispatch from + borhood or premises give & I' '

beans, etc., in dry measure and has received a new lease of life, as it THAT EVER HELPED HIM been summoned and four for the defense. Christiania. The captain says the sub- + factory account of themg veiT MtLu 1', ;J

sell his customer a pint or quart, fitly applies to our part of the worid AFTER SUFFERING FOUR D. E. Knight, Esq., had been marine rose to the surface after the + One of the enemy's we,>oBjfc I iff.,

as the case may be, according to war: retained to prosecute the case and A. torpedo had been fired and watched 29 + Starvation. Guard well the ,' >

r wet ,measure, so Mr. Seals has a .'j.=* I.lMine YEARS .. Z. Adkins, Esq., was for the defense. persons drown without offering assist- ces where food for man arJ; beast.J t>k .

bill which he will propose in a dayor eyes have seen the glory of the ----_ .w.-r, All the forenoon was consumed in get- ance. The Norwegian press comments is stored, also the water supply J J,Yd
establishing uniform coming of the Lord defendant pleadednot bitterly on the incident. The Shipping + I **
two a ; ting up a jury, as yourself and your cattle. Keep '.
this town only
standard of weights and measures He is tramping out the vintage where knew"If what the people Tanlac of had done for me guilty, and fifteen men had been Gazette says the present situation of I* eye on your stock, also jnsperti1

lot retail grocers of Florida. the grapes of wrath are stored; summoned to serve before the neces- Norway is worse than if she was at .t your fences frequently ataoj'
bottles to- \ ,
Since then several persons have ask- He hath loosed the fateful lightningof you would" sell a thousand sary six good and true men had beenfound war. It adds that the United States + openings allow cattle to cuter ..4.Y; "
Tom a tad
said Stringfellow,
ed the meaning of "wet" and "dry"measure his terrible quick sword; well morrow known, employee of the Southern to occupy the jury box. The should have the most cordial cooperation + eat the crops. Notify the' constituted ** :!.

and.it seems that few know His truth is marching on. Ninth same pains exerted in choosing the of all Scandinavian countries in + authorities when -''f
Railway, who lives at 126 suf. 4
that there is any difference between street Anniston Ala. Mr. Stringfellow jury were used by defendant's coun- the efforts to shut off Germany from + picions are aroused, bul in aD %':-
will therefore explain it CHORUS: the witnesses, and exports, even from neutral countries. +
} the two. We : circles sel in examining cases act with coolness aid
is well known in railway judg. *
i : The basis of dry measure in this they were grilled to a turn. Exam- "All neutrals ought voluntarilybreak + I
i : country is the old English struck Win- Glory, glory;'hallelujah! and is on the Atlanta and Birmingham ining the witnesses occupied all the off commercial relations with + ment.'u.v
division."I .
; : chester bushel, of 2150.42 cubic inches, Glory, glory, hallelujah! suffered-from stomach trouble day and after having heard the sum- Germany," it says. tttttttttt + + + + ++ t ;:; .',

i ,;. containing 32 quarts, each quart 67.20 Glory, glory, hallelujah! for four ," con- ming up by the attorneys, the jury retired -. -------- .
and indigestion )
f cubic inches. A gallon dry measure His truth is marching on. years and.after a few minutes' delib- -, -- -
: tinued Mr. Stringfellow "and got so r. -
f holds 268.80 cubic inches. I fell eration they returned, bringing a ver- EVER SALIVATED BY I Ai-

The basis for liquid measure in this I hare seen Him in the watchfires ofa off I couldn't until I eat only hardly weighed anything.119 pounds dict of guilty. The defendant was CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! Full Supply of -

i: country is the old British wine gallon hundred circling camps; and weak and rundownI fined $100 and costs, or six months on I
cubic inches four They have builded Him an altar in the finally got so
4 of 231 or quarts, the road. COFFINS AND CASKET
f ; each quart holding 57 3-4 cubic inches. evening dews and damps; was on the point To tell of having the to truth resignmy I The jury in the case was composedof Calomel is Quicksilver'and Acts -A *.

> : The difference between a quart dry I have read His righteous sentence by just position.felt like life was you not worth liv- the following gentlemen: T. N. Like Dynamite On All Sizes and Qu .!litiei .
is the dim and faring lamps H. 0. Smith C. A.
measure and a quart liquid measure : because I seemed to be get- Kendrick, foreman; ,
nearly 9 1-2 cubic inches in favor off His day is marching on! ing ting worse all just the time and nothing Rowand, G. M. Sistrunk, A. 0. An- Your Liver. Always on HandPRICES :

the dry quart. So that, if a farmer dreu, Chas. Crutchfield.Will .
seemed to do good."I -
\ sells a bushel of shelled corn, or pea- Glory, glory, hallelujah! would have me any awful pains in my Lee, colored, of Lawtey, an- Calomel loses you a day! You know .
t nuts to a merchant, and Glory, glory, hallelujah! other booze disseminator, was brought
.: or cowpeas back and kidneys and could hardly what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- REASONABLE r rJ
the latter often is the retails Glory, glory, hallelujah! for trial morning. See-
as case, sleep. Two hours each night wouldbe i up Saturday silver. Calomel is' dangerous. It

r .. it out by liquid measure, he gains His truth is marching on. about all the sleep I would get. Most I ing how his partner, Will James, had crashes into sour bile like dynamite, .' C. CONE

1 one quart for every six he sells, or I would have come out the day before, Lee decidedto cramping and sickening Calomel
nearly 5 1-4 quarts- on every bushel. I have read the fiery gospel, writ in I on always stomach eating and my heart would gas enter a plea of guilty. His fine was attacks the bones and should you. never be Lawter. 10: "orlda ,

Or if buy six quarts of beans, at burnished rows of steel: my also and costs six months in -
c you I palpitate. I would get weak in my $100 or put into your system. -- .!) ..
20 cents a quart, and have them meas- "As yc deal with my contemners, so the roads. .
limbs and have dizzy spells and would I When you feel bilious, sluggish, constipated .
ured by liquid measure, instead of by with you my grace shall deal; I have front of John Walker, of Raiford, was then and all knocked out and believe r. _
spots on my eyes. =
dry measure as they should have been Let the hero born of woman crush the brought up for a hearing. He pleadednot COFFINS CASKETSAnd
"About a month ago I began read- you need a dose of dangerous
measured, you lose one quart. The serpent with his heel. ing about Tanlac, and heard the rail- guilty and after much quibbling a calomel: just remember that your druggist a full line fUndertakers'
: loss of 20 cents on a transaction of Since God is marching on. jury consisting of the following well '
road men talking about it. Severalof sells for 50 cents a large bottleof
only $1.20, is rather much, don't you known citizens was gotten together: Supplies
friends had taken the medicineand Dodson's Liver Tone which is
my entirely -
; think? In justice to many of the Glory, glory, hallelujah! said it was a fine thing for stom- T. N. Kendrick, 0. J. Griffin, J. F. Rho- vegetable and pleasant to take Always on htnd. The best ser ,
merchants who sell on this plan, we Glory, glory, hallelujah! den Alderman Dover R.
Jay Perry -
ach trouble I decided it vice at the lowest
so to give a and is a perfect substitute for calomeLIt prices. Special :.r
state that do without Glory, glory, hallelujah! '
may they so S. Johns. Attorney D. E. Knight prosecuted -
trial. The first bottle helped me so is guaranteed to start liver attention to telegraph orders. : '
knowing it is believe His truth is marching on. ;
wrong, as they the case and Attorney A. Z.
much that I kept on taking it and have without inside and
stirring ii
you up ,
that a quart is all the world
a quart Adkins was for the defense. The trial
just finished taking my fifth bottle. can not salivate.Don't Registered Embaimer
over. When buy of He has sounded forth the trumpet af- 't.
you a quart any- When I the other I kick- consumed the rest of the day, and
weighed day take calomel! It makes
thing that is not shouldsee that shall never call retreat you '
a liquid you ; ter the jury had deliberated on the I '
He ed the beam at 141 pounds, and was sick the next day; it loses a day's DeWITT C. JONES '
that it is measured by dry meas is sifting out the hearts of men be- case they returned, stating that they you -
ure. It is evident that Mr. Seals' bill fore His judgment seat; .so surprised I turned around to see if could not agree. They were discharged work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens Suc'er to G. C. Livingston Co E

for standard weights and measures 0, be swift, my soul, to answer Him! some one was not standing on the it being understood that five were you right up and you feel great. Starke Fla. '
scales. Yes sir that's fact. I had ,
; will be of great value to the public if be jubilant, my feet: a for conviction and one for acquittal.The Give it to the children because it
passed. Our God is marching on. actually gained 22 pounds and felt likea it perfectly harmless and does not
case will again for
come up a
well man again for the first time in
What really constitutes a quart hearing May 1st. gripe. (10--4%)
often to be nebulous Glory, glory, hallelujah! years. !
seems proposition
a Sheriff Epperson being away at the
1 anyway. One man puts up his Glory, glory, hallelujah! Tanlac helped me right from the beginning of the trials, Deputy M. Stop Left Over Coughs.Dr. General InsuranceI
start and before I had finished
j syrup in quart cans, and the buyer Glory, glory, hallelujah! takingthe Cameron, who had charge of the of- Bell's Pine Tar Honey will stop
: gets what he pays for. Another puts His truth is marching on. second bottle I got so I would eat fice during his absence, retained At- that hacking cough that lingers from represent none but FIRST

f his up in bottles, and the buyer seldom and sleep and work as good as any- torney Knight to conduct the prosecu- January. The soothing pine balsams CLASS companies and will be

t S gets a full quart, but often much less. In the beauty of the lilies Christ was for body. That's what the who medicine did tion, Mr. Cameron to pay this expenseout loosens the phelgm, heals the irritated constantly on the alert to pro-
and knows
me everybody
Two pint bottles lack much in holdinga born across the sea, me of his own pocket if the commis- membrane, the glycerine relieves the mote your interests. Guarantee "
a quart. With a glory in His bosom that trans- will tell you the same thing. Why, I sioners refuse Mr. tender tissues. You breathe easier and
payment. Knight
courteous treatment to all
ran just eat anything now and indi- pa
The practice of selling and figures you and me coughing ceases. Don't neglect a lingering
peas ; as is well known, makes a capital pros-
r trons. A well written
As He died to make gestion never me a particleany cough it is dangerous. Dr. policy by
r beans and okra in the pod by the quartis men holy, let us euctor. ,
( ridiculous. A hamper holds 28 die to make men free. more. I can sleep good, too, and The trials were ,held in the circuit Bell's Pine Tar Honey is antiseptic a first-class agent in .a first-. _
feel fine in
t quarts. It is a large receptacle, and While God is marching on. just every way. Speakingof court room and were witnessed by and pleasant to take, benefits young class company sometimes meant

'. the weight of the pods above tends to eating, my grocery bills have gone large audiences.D. and old, get it at your druggist today. much in case of loss by fire.
almost double .
f : pack those beneath, and the buyer of Glory, glory, hallelujah! up"Just to show what H. Martin, a white man, minusan Formula on bottle. 25c. (2)
I think
E a hamper gets full measure. But by Glory, glory, hallelujah! the medcine you of I arm, was arrested in Raiford Sat- H. C. RICHARD Starke .

manipulating, the long and crooked Glory, glory, hallelujah today in order I bought to always a dozen have bottles a urday night by Constable Jas. Dowlingand Trespass cards for sale at this office. I I

pods when retailing them by means of His truth is marching on. ply on hand. I wouldn't be without sup-it brought to Starke Sunday morn- -

a quart measure, where they will not for anything in the world." ing. His offense is selling liquor.This

pack and there are great voids be- FLORIDA PAGEANT Tanlac is sold by leading Is his second offense and he will haveto

tween them, the merchant can, if he druggistsof go before the grand jury of the
leading cities in the South; by D. C.
,: wishes, get a good deal more than 28 By the Florida State College for Women Cason in Starke; In Lake Butler' by spring term of court, which convenes N. M. SAULS j

quarts from a hamper; and if he triesto I at Tallahassee. Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in May 7th. It will be remembered that ?

give full measure by unduly heapingthe Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy Martin was convicted in the county
measure, he may get less. The On May 7th, there will be given on ; judge's court for selling
Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store in liquor on
whole thing is guesswork. Such things the campus of the Florida State Col- Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com-; July 28, 1915, and served a sentence of Produce Commission Merchant
should be sold by weight. lege for'Women in Tallahassee a Florida six months.
in Worthington R. T.
pany by
;t I Some farmers have hens of improved Pageant. The abundance of romantic in; Taylorand
Sampson C. A. Smith.
1 breeds, and they have large eggs I historical material relating to -Advertisement. by PREACHING AT EMANUEL.Rev. Southern Products
to sell. Others have the little native I the.beginning!! growth and progress of a specialty

hens, which lay very small eggs. Yet jour state will be utilized and presented .

all eggs at the same price. Thisis in all its picturesqueness. A subjectof A LOST STRANGER. A. J. Futch, of O'Brien, Su-

j- an injustice to both consumer and such magnificence calls for nothing wannee county, will preach at Eman-
Monday evening Chief Kite found 135 South
the producer of large eggs. Eggs [less than the best for its treatment. man wandering about the streets in a uel church next Sunday, the 29th, and St., Philadelphia, Pat .
.1 should be sold by weight. Therefore the college has secured Tho- an aimless and peculiar manner and Saturday (tomorrow) night. All are ,

; When you buy an article to be measured mas Wood Stevens, president of the without a hat. When accosted, the cordially invited.
have the seller {American Association .
by' dry measure, Pageant to stranger was found unable to either
use the most capacious measuring write the book for this presentation.
,f utensil practicable. To explain: There Mr. Stevens is well known as the au- speak or understand English and act- Among the specials at the High j r
ed generally as if dazed from blow. School chapel this week
a was the violin
j. may be standing on a counter a number thor of the books of the great St. He had
of quart cups filled with tomatoes, Louis and Newark pageants. The scratches on his face and accompaniment of patriotic songs on I SMOKE
might fallen from the
I platformof morning. They
were rendered
five tomatoes to a cup, with many production of the"Florida pageant will
the northbound train or been thrownoff. by Misses Lois Davis and Marie Liv- - -
around the sides. If be according to his
1 t. empty spaces you i design and speci- .
He was in possession of ticket ingston and Mr. Pitt
wish to, buy four quarts, and have .fications as set forth in the book of book a Tomlinson.
bought at Bartow and the words
f them measured in a half-peck measure the Pageant as he composes it. "Bartow" and ALL PURE HAVANAThe
"Virginia" the
which is the same as four quarts, you This is an ambitious undertakingand ones intelligible. He was were not only 0000000000000000

will probably get 25 tomatoes instead one which is statewide in its ap- niless, having about $23 his pen- <> p
of 20 as get if buy the peal and interest. There be on person. V CHURCH
you you cups. can no i Chief Kite did the best he DIRECTORY. <8>
1 The same with potatoes. doubt that the patriotic associations, him, which was to lock him could in for his <8> popular cigar of the South. Made by the
The larger the fruit or the tubers the historical societies, the elementaryand hotel up BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, <>

you buy, the more you get for your high schools of Florida-all who over night The and give him a bountiful pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. o STARKE CIGAR COMPANYGeo.
of take pride in supper. next morning the Sunday morning service, 11:00 0
money, as a certain measure large our state-will feel con- food
than cerned with the was found .untested and the man o'clock; Sunday evening service, 0
ones will weigh more the same success of this enter-
measure full of small ones. Also, the was moaning in despair. He was evidently 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday even- 0 L Massey, Prop. - Starke, Fla.
prise.With "out of his head and 4 ing, 6:45 Wednesday
under ;
peelings of the large ones, and which this in view, the date of the the impression that he had been locked $ prayer service, 7 o'clock. evening Every- ..
;. are waste, will not amount to as muchas presentation has been chosen at a time o body cordially invited
as a Mr. Kite to attend. 0
I up spy. and several
the peelings of the small ones. Im when the state legislature will be in <> ; -
citizens tried their --
mature tubers, like the very small Irish session, and when visitors from all 'out what nationality the best to find of CHRISTIAN-W. F. LaRowe, 0

potatoes brought to the market parts of the state will be in Tallahassee. I and whither he man was <> pastor. Services at Starke ev- 0 w

after the merchantable ones have been Special rates will be given by was bound. At last he ery fourth Sunday. Other appointments 0 I 1 1Don't
was induced to write his
sorted out are deficient in nourishment the railroads. The college not only name, Joseph <> as follows: First Sunday o
and should not be used for human invites but solicits your interest and Hendrick. In searching his pockets <> at Hampton, second. at Rai- 0 Keep Money Idle
food. co-operation in this patriotic project. Mr. Kite found a saving bank' book '<8> ford, i p

These days, when every kind of foodis Will you not help us by attending-and !issued to Joseph Hendrick by a bank 0 0 ,
I S i >
in Hanover, Va. It then EPISCOPAL Dr.
mounting skyward, and all sorts of |urging ,others to attend; and also by was conjectured S> priest in M. Fryer 0
, that the man was on his to : charge. Sunday school, 0
. way
are taken of the helpless giving wide to the
advantages publicity Pageant that place, and Mr. Kite got him on $i 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and 0 and subject to loss while
consumer, we must quit being so careless I in your community, by talking of it the northbound Cedar ,S i> sermon, 11 o'clockevening pray0 you are investigating

l. in buying as we hitherto have both privately and before the organi- day morning and Key train Tues- 0 er and sermon, 7 o/clock; choir rehearsal 0
with the ,
been. We can make things a littler zations or schools with which you are conductor arranged S> 7 o'clock, Wednesday o
to have him
better if we try, and get more for our connected? further forwarded c S i> evening. Come and worship with & approved
to his destination.The .
1, 8 i> us.
money. It is hoped that the above 3>
; hints may throw some light on sub- CHARGES THAT STATE PRINTER man was about 30 years old, of 8> <8>
slight build, fair, with hazel eyes and > METHODIST-T. 1.. Z. Barr
jects we hitherto have not cared to inquire PADDED JOURNALS. ,
i':." into. an intelligent look. He was evidently pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. Placed with the Bank of Starke in a Time De-
"" la member of one of the Slav nations. (> m. Preaching
C I every Sunday at <>
"c.'F PRAISE FOR REV. McGUIRE. TALLAHASSEE, April 24.-The He was supplied with a hat from Hull's S> 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer <8> posit, it will be protected against fire, theft or

I- house by resolution this morning set store, and when he came out, .Peggy" > meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 &
in motion the usual investigating ma- stopped at the crossing to get the mail 0 o'clock. Junior Epworth League 0 any other loss.

We are praising the Lord for the chinery to look into the state printing for points on Wannee branch. The 0 Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior

victory we have won here. We have halla-ba-loo, which comes up at each stranger ran to get aboard, and Mr. 4' Epworth League Sunday evening 0 It

just closed a meeting with wonderful succeeding session of the legislature.It Kite had much trouble assuring him o at C:45. A cordial invitation is will be payable on demand and produce interest

success, conducted by Rev. W. T. McGuire really looked like it might not hap- that "Peggy" was not bound for Vir- o extended to all to worship with o ,

pastor of the First Christian pen this time, but a local newspaper [ginia.. 4' us. p at 4 per cent.Bank.

church of Palatka. He organized a conttoversy resulted in a local paper 0 &
. Bible school here Sunday with thirty- coming out this with o
: morning a charge Wednesday afternoon a billy goat PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. 4s >
-. : three scholars besides the teachers that the state printer had padded his entered the court house and made his :> Denison, pastor. Sunday school, <$>

and officers. He started meeting on journals during the eight years of his round among the offices. As every official 8> 9:45 a. m.; preaching every SunS>

F -;: Wednesday night in Hampton for ten service in that capacity to the extentof there is a member of either the day-morning sercice, 11 o'clock; <> of Starke

f! days, and he will come back to Sampson $150,000. The investigation resolution Masonic, the Odd Fellows, or the 0 o 3 evening service, 7 o'clock; prayer

City the first Sunday in May to was probably. a result of this Woodmen lodge, we do not know what 0 meeting, Wednesday evening at 7

3" organize a Christian church. May charge. The committee appointed by lodge the goat represented, but the o S to o'clock.worship Visitors with cordially invited <3> Starke Fla.

i God bless Rev. McGuire whereever he :the speaker were Messrs. Fenn, Clark, visit was evidently on account of a 0 us. 3 ,

.j It,. goes. W. E. JONES. Williams, Trammell and Corbett. I coming initiation. O JOOO0000000000h.s. 0 -



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IMPORTANT PROCLAMATION. Bad Cough? Feverish Grippy?

TURKEY BREAKS You need Dr. King's New Discoveryto

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. "Baby Week in-Florida" Will Be Officially RUB OUT PAIN stop that cold, the soothing balsam i

Celebrated May 16. %WITH U. S. AT BE. with good liniment That' branes ingredients, soothe heal the the sore irritated throat, the mem-an-
the surest them.
State News! way to stop tiseptic qualities kill the girms and
The best
Live We desire to call the attention of every rubbing liniment is your cold is quickly relie/ed. Dr.

man, woman and child in Florida, King's New Discovery has fo48 years
school church Woman's HEST OF BERLINSTATE been the standard for colds
and every remedy ,
by Exchanges. Club, W. C. T. U., Y. P. S. C. E.. lodge, I and coughs in thousands of homes. Geta t

Ladies Aid society, Sunday school and bottle today and have it,handy in
\ / other organizations to the fact that your medicine chest for coughs, colds,
_IAMI.-The Germania Club of Mi.UI1 ST. AUGUSTINE.-A party of hun- Governor S. J. Catts has officially set DEPARTMENT HAS I croup, grippe and all bronchial affec-

which immediately upon the alpine ters consisting of Raymond Pacetti, aside the week of May 1st to 6th as BEEN OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED I tions. At your druggist, 50c. ((2)
the president of the declarationof Sheriff Perry and Harry Masters kill- "Baby Week in Florida." This same t._

the by existence of a state of war, ed a huge'300-pound bear on Anastasia week has also been officially set aside ...........
down the German colors from island and brought it over to the city by the Government Children's Bureau BRITISH LAUNCH SECOND AT- Good for the Ailments cf i

hauled club room, have now disbandedS this morning. The hunters came up and will be celebrated in every statein TACK ON GERMAN LINES ON Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc i
have with Bruin Crescent Beach and it the Union. DaviJ
individually and collectively near THE FRENCH FRONT. J. R.
their services and efforts to ;was quickly disposed of by a shot from The Children's Home Society of Good for year own Aches

pledged United States. i the rifle of Raymond Pacetti. The car- Florida desires to make "Baby Weekin Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,.
the cass of the bear will be utilized for Florida" a practical success and offers WASHINGTON, April 23.Turkeyhas Cuts; BurnvEtc. a25c. & Company ; ;

Catts Saturday meat and the hide will be cured and you and your church or other organization broken relations with the United .50c. 1. At aD Dealers
TAMPA.-Governor local preserved. It is believed that the bear : some definite suggestionsthat States, it has become officially known I
afternoon ordered out two William companies killed is the one which has been causing will help in a practical way the here. The action of Turkey was reported _
of militia to protect some anxiety by residents of the babies and homeless and needy children to the state department from i INSURANG E li
who is held for the mur- FREE OF CHARGE.
Miels a negro island for some time past. It was last of our great. state. They are as the American embassy at Constantinople. -
of Mrs. W. S. Palmer tnd her in- Why suffer with indigestion, dyspepsia -
der seen last summer prowling around As- follows: .
fant child, at Ellenton. It is said that sembly Beach and at one time it made First-We desire to secure applications -, Rumors that his action was about : torpid liver, constipation, sour < > < >

Miles made a confession and implicated -! invasion of the lighthouse section. from 500 good family homes in'' to be taken have been heard for some stomach, comingupoffoodaftereatng ; Starke, :-: Flor da i ;
who has also been i etc., when you can get a sample
another negro I florida. for as.many homeless, orphan time, but.the state department as lateas I bottle of Green's August Flower free 'A A ..... AAA K-414JM1 e
nU2ht. MIAMI. A large amount of material and abandoned babies and other cnil- yesterday denied having any official at C. P. Cason's drug store. This med-
dren. Our Society is having an average knowledge that Turkey had taken a
for the new railroad shops to be .cine has remarkable curative
TAMPA-The Marconi wireless station located at Buena 'Vista; has arrived of practically 100 children in need ,definite step. Turkey's attitude is un- ; and has demonstrated its efficiency properties --
at DeSoto park was taken over and work will be commenced in a few referred to us each month, and we derstood to be dictated by Germany, r.Automobile I
by fifty of Headaches
Monday by the government and is now must have good homes to place these its ally. years success. ,
days. The total cost of the improve-
control of Uncle little in if work is to are often caused by a disordered
under the absolute ones our great OwnersGet
ment will be about $400,000 when com-
The movement is one being fol- go on. We hope for 500 good homes _
Sam. pleted. Only about half of the plan- Renewed
Attack German Lines
on August Flower is put up in 25 and
lowed coasts by the, according government to information all along I ned buildings will be erected at pres- during Second-Our"Baby Week.Society must raise at London, April 23.-Ushered in by a 15? cent bottles. For sale by all dealers Our Prices before; buy.
both Tires.
ent it is stated. A network of ing
'! 4 in civilized countries.To .
received here. No code words are allowed least $2,500 every month to providefor prolonged artillery bombardment, a
tracks will be laid through the yard.
in the messages, which are all the hundreds of children already renewed attack on the German lines INDEPENDENT TIRE CO.
The sewer which will drain the yardsis Cure
Cold la One
was begun at dawn by the British a Day "
under and supervision and
our care ,
censored I' being laid by J. J. Quinn. The sewer of three new children each both sides of the river Scarpo. The :'Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It topi the Jacksonville, Fla.,
average Conch and Headache and work off the Cold.
with drive
connects Biscayne by
way extent of the attack has not de- P. o. Box 926 ;
day. We have no means of support clearly Drnetiiti refund money if it Lila to core.B. .
'PALMETTO.-Eight hundred and I of Western Boulevard. "When the except voluntary contributions from veloped, but it is officially announcedthat W. GROVE'S signature on each belL ttc. .J
six dollars and fifty cents is a pretty shops are completed about 200 men
the.advance has been opened on f
individuals churches schools clubs
good profit to make off a single acre of I will be employed by the railroad com- lodges and organizations. We hope a wide front. Satisfactory progress is -

land, from one crop, and there is no pany. reported. Early details show that the
believe it "can't be that "Baby Week" will bring to us at
doubt many least $5,000.Third British shattered the last remaining
.did. Yet a Palmetto Canning Club JACKSONVILLE.-This city will -It takes an endless lot of defenses of the Hindenburg line northof r

girl has made at that ratio this seasonon to lettuce I again be the scene of the National Ri- clothes, shoes, stockings, underwear, Scarpo, by taking the town of Cav- B. z. MATTHEWS : ;

one-tenth of an acre planted of- fle Matches the Senate at Washington hats, kerchiefs, ribbons, ties and a relle after advancing a mile. The )

and now has the same plot from !haVing passed the military bill appro- ;world of provisions, canned goods, veg- British, south of Scarpo, captured the

ground planted to tomatoes rive, de priating ample funds to cover the expenses .etables, preserves, jellies, syrup and village of Guenappe and took 1,000 Artesian Well Driller
which she will soon beginto a
of the meet. The prisoners.The .
derive i I, meats to clothe and feed our constantly -
which she will soon begin to a I.provides funds which will be sufficient increasing family. We hope for 500 German announcement said the I;have_had twenty-four years experience in ;
revenue. lto i bring to the Black Point range the boxes and barrels of clothes, provisions British entered the German trenches .

I[largest number of teams ever participating etc., during "Baby Week." northwest of Lens last night, but were -:- Well in Florida. .
FT. PIERCE-About two weeks agoa in a gathering of this description Now listen: We want someone in repulsed by a counter attack. The drilling

fishing party, of which Capt. Chas. and it is fully expected that overa every city, town and hamlet to start statement indicated that infantry e
Gale and Jas. Bell were members, captured I, hundred organizations will partici- the '"Baby Week" campaign-to get fighting began along a wide front this J guarantee 10 satfjaclorily complete all f 4;
an enormous Hammerhead shark 'pate. According to statements of National every pastor in Florida to preach a morning.. I
which weighed approximately 800 I Rifle Association officers and special sermon on babies and childrenand Meantime the French have been con- CONTRACTS

pounds, in the waters of the St. Lucie I others in close touch with the plans possibly to take up a special col- solidating the gains of the last week. t

river. A desperate struggle ensued for the matches, last year's meet, lection-to make an appeal for good The artillery, however, Is still busy Raiford ;: Florida .

after this monster was hooked and it :,I which was the largest ever held, will homes for our homeless babies and breaking up two attempted German attacks \ a

was only dispatched after the motor ,be more than doubled by the numberof older children-and to speak of our ,I which were begun last night. :
boat in which the party were sitting teams and individual members at- great,undenominational work for every What may be the new German move
were towed for a couple of hours. This '.I tending. In addition to attendance by child in need in Florida. is of vital importance, it is announcedin ,

fish measured three feet and two inches ,teams representing every branch of We want someone to urge every a Petrograd dispatch, saying that

between the eyes and was 11 feet the organized militia and regular army school, every church, Sunday school, the German transports have departed l

: and 3 inches in length.GAINESVILLECattle. (''I navy and marine corps, there will be Woman's Club, lodge and other organizations from Libau on the Baltic for an un-
I many civilian and collegiate teams and collectionor known destination. It is believed the
to secure a special
all states and territories will be Germans for combinedland CLOTHING ti
dipping has rep offering for us, and as many individual are preparing a that
resented. and sea attack on Petrograd.The .
the .
for contributions
begun in Alachua county sea- as possible.We
j son. Ten or twelve vats have already I I want someone to urge these Turks are still retreating up &

been built in the county and others will GAINESVILLE SCOUTS DEFEAT same organizations to get up a box or the Tigris before the British.

be constructed this year. The Collegeof 'I STARKE SCOUTS. barrel of clothes, provisions, meats, is DIFFERENTIf (I

agriculture has one of the best vats preserves, etc., for us. Internal Disorders Continue
in the state, built two years in cooperation Will you be that person in your city London, April .-The pall of silence ,
with the Veterinary Divisionof .! In one of the fastest games of the town, village, church, lodge, school, that has settled over the Central 1

the Florida State Board of Health. ,season, the Gainesville Scouts defeated club, or other organization? empires is serving to accentuate the you have been wearing the usual
'This vat has been used by the herdsof 't the Starke Scouts Saturday after- Please do, and don't wait for some- I reports of grave internal troubles. De-
the agricultural college and exper- noon on the high school diamond, the one else to do it. We will gladly fur- spite the assurances given by the Ber- misfit article of clothing that goes by ;

iment station until the university score being 10 to 5. The visitors could nish coin cards, coin envelopes, literature lin press that the strike which involvedat the suggestive of "Hand Me
premises are now entirely free of cat- not solve Kincaid's curves, and he had and all information. Decide to least 300,000 men has ended, thereis name *-

tle ticks. i them at his mercy at all stages of the do it now-and write us. evidence that the agitation is con- Down," you will be delighted to find a '

game. Just think of it-Last year 922 tinuing.The line of
PALM BEACH.-The manual train- i The batting stars for the local team homeless, orphan, abandoned, helplessand Austro-Hungarian situation is Ready to Wear clothing that

ing department of the Palm Beach I were Mason and White, the former needy little ones, of all ages from even more obscured since persistent actually FITS THE FORM.

S High School, under the efficient su- ,'hitting to deep center in the fifth in- wee babies on up came under the care reports that Premier Tizza, the fore-

pervision of Professor J. T. Lindsey, ning for a home run. Chesnut made a of our society. most exponent in the dual monarchyof Our well known line of clothing for men and

is doing a work well worthy of appre- ,pretty running catch in the seventh Already this year over 300 little the German idea, had resigned. All boys is
which the heart of Starke carefully cut to actual physical
out information to interior conditions measurements
ciation by all-patrons whose sons are ones from twelve hours old on up
taking the course. To the casual observer I as they had the bases full Starke have been referred to us for homes, have ceased, but one thing appears not to a set rule and we can supply i

it almost seems a pity that the played a good game and is a fast team aid and care-or more than three each certain, and that is that socialists and you with as perfect a fit as your tailor can
girls of the city and county are not included lof clever Scouts. The line-up is as fol day in the week. radicals are being drawn closer to- give

among those who work with the .lows. This paper grants this space to our gether than ever before. you. ;
scroll saws, lathes, projectors and compasses Gainesville-White c, Hare, If, Ma- society as its contribution to the success Inflammatory language that is now
but perhaps those young wom- ,son ss, Kincaid p, Gray (Capt.) 2b, of "Baby Week" in Florida.. What being used with impunity would have Our clothing is not a substitute for tailored

en receive training in the domestic I Chesnut cf, McCormick Ib, Crom rf, will you do? been inconceivable during the early clothing it IS tailored clothing of the very!
to Glass 3b.StarkeWe. days of the war. Meantime the revo-
science department best calculated The Children's Home Society of 'best.
promote competency in after life. Epperson c, Thomas If, Florida, 361 St. James Bldg., Jack- lutionary spirit rampant throughout
Tomlinson ss, Kickliter p, Wall (Capt) sonville Fla. Marcus C. State Europe is being given a sensational
Fagg, We urge you to select a suit from this famous :

2b Kuhl cf R. Ib
GAINESVILLE At a meeting on Epperson Knightrf Superintendent. demonstration in Sweden. The food
Thursday night the University band Colley 3b. situation was ostensibly the cause ofa line. You will be pleased more than

voted to enlist as a unit in the Na- I 1 Score as follows: _R H E gathering of a multitude of workers pleased. j+

tional Guard as soon as possible. If 'Gainesville _____________.10 10 2 ENRAGED AND HUSBAND MOTHER-IN-LAW.KILLS WIFE in Stockholm. The fact that there E.

Governor Catts will assign the band, Starke __________________ 5 5 5 the shouts for a republic were unre- -
as a band, to the First Florida Regi- buked and that the word "revolution"was S
ment of the National Guard, the mem- -Gainesville Sun. LAKELAND, April 23.-The termi- frequently used gives the whole J. ALVAREZ i

bers are ready at any time to sign the nation of a prolonged domestic trouble situation a serious aspect. More ser-
This that the twentyfive FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER EX- ious outbreaks may be expected about
papers. means resulted in a double tragedy yes
or so men in the band will leave AMINATION.The terday morning when W. S. Wilkes May 1.SHERIFF'S. Starke Flat!

;, school in the near future, taking ad- .- shot and instantly killed his wife, and .
vantage of the offer of the faculty to her mother, Mrs. Dice Rainey. The TO APPOINT AGENTSIN
credit men who enter the service of the United States Civil Service shooting occurred at the Wilkes home. EACH COUNTY. < : < :- -:..

country with the work unfinished by Commission has announced an exami- Therewere no witnesses and it was II
nation to be held at Lake City, Fla., on -
impossible for the authorities to secure -
12 1917 result of which TALLAHASSEE April 25. The
May as a -
details Wilkes' hav-
is expected to make certification to filla any governor has sent out the following I "
I ST. AUGUSTINE. The Wilson Cy- contemplated vacancy in the positionof .I ing advised him to not talk. letter to the sheriffs of Florida: t
It is alleged that Wilkes and his
press Company's plant, located at Big : fourth class postmaster at Dukes, As conditions in the state are now
wife for time have been having If the
Cypress in the southwestern part of Fla., and other vacancies as they may very uncertain and a. general unrest you ;
domestic troubles and that these led
the county, was the scene of a deplor- occur at that office, unless it shall be prevails among certain elements of i
able tragedy Sunday afternoon when decided in the interests of the serviceto to the quarrel yesterday morning. Ac- our citizens, I think it would be a good

Gus Quigley, night watchman at the fill the vacancy by reinstatement. cording her to death the when evidence she, interfered Mrs. Raineymet in thing for every one of you to appoint Highest Quality

camp, shot and killed Frank Smith, an- The compensation of the postmasterat three or four sober, careful, cool and
the After the Wilkes
other employe of the place. The bullet this office was $319 for the last fis- quarrel. killing, trustworthy men, not as deputies, but ,
refused to surrender to the local officers -
fired from a pistol, struck Smith in th i t cal year. as your agents in the various partsof
shoulder and ranged upward, breakingthe f I Applicants must have reached theirI holding them at bay, but stating your counties to keep a careful Printing
that he would give himself to the
neck. An inquest was held by twenty-first birthday on the date of up watch over conditions until they get
I sheriff. The latter
was sum-
Judge Bailey of that district and a 'the examination, with the exception county in a more settled state. E
moned and Wilkes was carried to the
verdict of self-defense was renderedby ,, that in a state where women are declared The federal government has only I
the jury. Quigley went to Palatka by statute to be of full age for I II county Wilkes jail at Bartow.here several called but few of our troops as yet and I at Least Cos/
and surrendered to Sheriff Hagan and all purposes at eighteen years, women came years ago these men you appoint, while we haveno
from Valdosta Ga. and has been
was turned over to the sheriff of this I eighteen years of age on the date of gaged in the real estate business. He money at the,disposal of the gov-
county. .the examination will be admitted. ernor to pay their salaries, might help try us.
is a man of considerable means and
I Applicants must reside within the watching public buildings, railroad
his wife was prominent in church and
rLEARW ATER.-The swan song territory supplied by the post office for club work. bridges, public school buildings, and

of the court house controversy was which the exxamination is announced' other public buildings. that may be in We print Any thing from a
sung in Pinellas county when the supreme The examination is open to all citizens danger from conditions as tney. now
court refused to grant a re- of the United States who can Clear Your Skin in Spring. exist in this state of war. Visiting card to a Catalogue

hearing of the case of M. P. Miller and comply with the requirements. Spring house cleaning means clean- Hoping that each and every sheriff
others in action to compel the coun- Application blanks, Form 1753, and ing inside and outside. Dull pimply .wijl urge that the people keep cool and
ty commissioners to call an election to full information concerning the requirements skin is an aftermath of winter inac- that we do all our duty as citizens and The i
decide a permanent location for the of the examinationcan be tivity. Flush your intestines with a with best wishes to all, I am

court house. This means that Clear- secured from the postmaster at the mild laxative and clean out the accu- Yours very truly, i

water will be the county sea of Pinel- I place of vacancy or from the UniteiStates mulated wastes, easy to take, they do S. J. CATTS. Bradford County
las county. This will open the way for Civil Service Commission, of: not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills Telegraph
the county commissioners to proceed I Washington, D. C. will clear your complexion and brighten Many hampers of string beans leave .

with the building of a $160,000 court Applications should be properly executed your eye. Try Dr. King's New Starke daily.A Starke, Fla.
house and jail for which the bonds ', and filed with the commissionat Life Pills tonight and throw off the
have been issued and the money secur- Washington at the earliest practic- luggish winter shell. At all druggists.25c. Telegraph ad will add to your

ed. able date. (2) profits. Try one. 1



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Bradford County Telegraph apparatus at hand is something.that FROM NEWSPAPERS LASSIFIE D CHANCELLOR GAINS RAPIDLY

few farmers will undertake; the sugar As an aftermath of the blind tiger

entered. turned out is brown or yellow, clam- TALLAHASSEE, April 25.Thosewho ADVERTISING trial, Will White, colored, was arrestedfor Socialist Leaders Art: Having Trouble 1
I Published Weekly, and second ,
my and unsalable, being fit only for have had their sense of decency perjury Monday, being accused of In Holding Majority.COPENHAGEN" .
das matter at the po t-olBee at certain uses. At a central factory the shocked by seeing liquor advertise- FOR SALE-Two good horses.2-9-tf.Sam making false statements as a witnessin -'".

Starke, Florida. cane would part with 90 per cent of its ments in the newspapers instead of Rosenberg, Starke. the John Walker case, in which the "
suitable where jury disagreed, and which is mentioned London, April ;?
juice, and apparatus
the gossip and slander they were per- FOR SALE-Bradford County Bank 25.-The movement for the
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner the heat and density are regulated to haps looking for, can now rejoice at stock. Enquire at this office. 4-20-tf elsewhere in this issue. Deputy of Chancellor von BcthmannUollwect overthrow ;:'
EditorIt a nicety, with the most approvedmeans seeing their ideas riding in front ranksof Cameron made the arrest after being I halted for a time by the
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate adoption 'u
for straining, would turn outa the procession of new thought. The NOTICE-Anyone holding Bradford instructed to do so by several prom- ruthless submarine warfare of
standard and uniform article of sy- house the senate bill inent men. White's bond for appear- again j.
today passed excluding County Bank stock, and wishing to I becoming evident in
Florida which would be sought for in the before the grand jury was fixed Germany. The
is not fair to the state of rup, such advertisements from dispose of same, will be paid $1,500for ance agitation is encouraged
by disseijtiow; -
and Bradford county to try persons accused world's markets. The sugar making, the newspapers in Florida. Like all $1,000 by surrendering it in the sum of $1,000, but not being over internal reforms
with would resultin every able to furnish the bond he is in jail possible Peace
of illegally selling whiskey supervised by an expert the kindred measures the passage of to N. T. Ritch. 4-27-tf. terms and food troubles.
out a prosecuting attorney. If the a white, dry product, easily salable. which has distinguished this sitting of awaiting the action of the circuit The pan-German,
has counsel the defendant's The cost of manufacture would be so the Florida it is court. conservative and
state no legislature just as FOR SALE-Good milch cow, has sec- national and liberal organs today
:: counsel has pretty well his own way small that good profits would be real- drastic as its framer could make it, ond calf. L. W. Kickliter, 4-13-tf. sharply campaigning against the Socialist are
witnesses in such JUDGE WILLS RE-APPOINTED. -
in everything. The some intimation of which is given in
? cases are either negroes, who can be ized.Sugar is one of the world's staples, the following title to the bill: FOR SALE-Fine Berkshire stock chancellor peace severely program to task and for take the

I" brow-beaten and overawed till they and it looks like this country for some A bill to be entitled an act to preventthe hogs. Ira Andreu, Starke. It. Judge James T. Wills has been re- associating himself and his administra not di*.
dare tell what they know or ignorant years to come will have to depend on
not advertisement of or solicitation of appointed for another six-year term tion from Sheidemann and his
white men who are harried un- the domestic supply. As only the Gulf orders for alcoholic either : nropt-
liquors, FOR SALE-Barber chair in good by Governor Catts. On the creation of ganda. The conservative Dfutsche
til they are too nervous and perplexedto States can produce cane sugar, and spirituous, vinous, or malt, such as condition, cheap for cash. D. L. the Eighth Judicial Circuit in 1903 Tages Zeitung demands a strong hand "

have their wits about them. The Florida possesses exceptional facilities brandy, whisky, wine, rum, gin, beeror i Bugg, Hampton. 4-27-41. Judge Wills was appointed by Governor at the helm, which alone, it sats,
jurymen alsojieed to have both sides our farmers do themselves an injuryif other alcoholic liqu rs. To provide W. S. Jennings and has served as save the country from the breakers can
of the cases expounded, instead of only they do not take advantage of this for the removal of such adver- since to
... the spirit of WANTED-Porto Rico and Nancy judge of the circuit continuously which it is heading on the dangerous
one. resource. Adopt tisements in defined cases and to pro- Hall potato draws. We pay cash that time. His re-appointment will be Scheidemann course. The liberal
what do. or-
eration and can
see you
> The latest of a Kilkenny nature is vide for the prevention of the continuation and will take them any day. N. B. most satisfactory and pleasing to the gans speak of the hopes and fears that
a squabble between Governor Catts SECRET SERVICE MEN OVER- and repetition of the acts here- Hull. people of the entire circuit. ruthless submarinirg has introducedand
by made unlawful, and to prescribe .
WORKED. declare that and
and County Commissioner Bouchelle, a strong positive
of New Smyrna. A certain club near remedies, procedure, penalties and LOST-Saturday between Waldo and JACKSONVILLE CATTLE MARKET policy at home and abroad is much
Daytona had been raided by the-Volusia ATLANTA,'Ga., April 23.-Federal Starke, small hand satchel Finder needed.

county sheriff, and on investigation secret service agents in Atlanta are NOTICE.. will be rewarded if returned to this The Interstate Stockyard, Talley. Reports from the Berlin Socialist

Mr. Bouchelle was found to be getting so many reports of suspicious office. It. rand avenue, report on the local live conference indicate that there is trou-
one of the charter members of the characters that they can't begin to investigate stock market, by Williamson & Den- ble, too, among the Socialist majority,
club. The incident was reported to the people reported to them I am going out of the dairy business FOR SALE-One horse, double seat nis, is as follows: and that Scheidemann is having dif-

Governor Catts, and he demanded an and are, figuratively speaking, callingon Anyone interested in selling milk carriage, two milk cows, chickens, Goats, 2 3-4 to 3 1-4 cents. ficulty in keeping them in line ia what
explanation from Bouchelle, telling the public to let up and have mer- should see me at once.J. guineas, one bed and one nearly new Sheep, 6 to 9 cents. has virtually been the principal gov-
S him that he ought to resign his membership R. HALLIGAN, Starke.A extension table. J. R. Halligan, It. Lambs, 7 to 11 cents. ernment party. A decided drift toward

in'the club. Bouchelle resigned cy.Of course 'they do not wish to dis- I Choice hogs, 180 Ibs and up, $13 to the policies of the secessionists of the,
: and sent the governor a copy of his courage the patriotic alertness of the Telegraph ad will add to your BARGAIN FOR CASH-26 acres un- $13.50. Radical wing was noticeable and the

resignation. But Mr. Catts now asks people, for in this lies their most val- profits. Try one. cleared land on StarkeSandersonpublic Medium to good hogs, 150 Ibs and up leaders intimated that, unless the government .
Bouchelle to resign as commissioner.That able source of information and tips, road 2 miles south Heilbronn $12.50 to $13. I speedily and unequivocally !"

the latter will not do, saying but a great many of the suspicious .'LAGDAY AT PALATKA. Springs, $10 per acre. Inquire Tel- Good light hogs, 125 and "I pronounced itself on peace terms and ;..
that there is a scheme on foot to get characters reported to them are not in egraph office. 4-13-tf. $11.50 to $12.25. made a satisfactory beginning toward :

"i, him out of the way to make room for a the least suspicious or dangerous, but I Good pigs, 65 to 120 Ibs, $9.25 to the reform of the Prussian franchise, a ;
; political favorite of those opposed to are quiet and law-abiding. At Palatka's flag raising ceremonieson LOTS FOR SALE-Lots 3, '4, 5, 8 in $9.50. break in the ranks in the direction of

' him. We do not know the merits of Every now and then, however, 'a the 17th inst., Judge James T. Peek's addition to Starke. Also 3 Range hogs, $8.50 to $11.50. Radicalism was highly proba 1e.

the case, and the governor may be wide-awake citizen will telephone to Wills was the orator of the day. The acres with house and wire fence, 1% Hogs, 150 lbs or over will bring $2 The administration evidently is hav-

right; but his mania for deposing officials the office of the department of justice following reference to his address clip- miles from depot on Lawtey road. per hundred more than these prices if I ing no happy time in facing the utter. .

j may be taken advantage of by agents to report the name of an indi- ped from the Palatka News will be These two pieces of land at a bar- they kill hard. Advance of 50 cents ly conflicting demands of its Socialist

designing parties to get jobs for their I vidual who has excited his suspicions, read with interest and pleasure by his gain. F. L. Turner, 365 W. TenthSt. per hundred expected on hogs of 180 friends and junker enemies, both clam-
favorites. A man enjoying the confidence -I and will find that the agents already friends in this county: ., Jacksonville, Fla. 4274t. Ibs and up. oring for a definite statement as to

x ,of the public to the extent of : have him under supervision. There was the procession up Lemon Fed steers, choice to prime, heavy, war aims and internal reforms. The
being elected to an office, should not street headed by the band, followed FARM FOR SALE-Either 40 or 70 $10 to $11.Good evident shakiness of AustriaHungaryis

unceremoniously be kicked out before. A CONGENIAL HOUSE PARTY AT in order by, the Boy Scouts, the acres choice land, 25 under cultivation to choice, $9 to $10 fair to another source of concern and the
full investigation has proved him : ladies of the local Red Cross, and ;
a \ LAKE GENEVA. ; two-story frame dwelling with good, $7.25 to $9. encouraging assurances of Confidence
guilty of malfeasance. in office. I I I.' then the Home Guards, the ranks of front and back piazzas, facing easton Florida bean-fed steers, 600 lbs and I and support which the chancellor has

, UNFURL THE SWAG. i 'Th* home, of Senator and Mrs. W. each 450 marchers filled and with numbering all told seme a fifty foot highway; double row up, $7.25 to $8.50. been accustomed to receive j in such

I. E. B ker, at Lake Geneva, was thesceneJof flags. oak shade trees in street; location Bean-fed steers, 500 to 600 Ibs, $7.25to times of trouble from press and parlia-
house the Arriving at the court house the com- 5% miles from court house, banks, $8.60. ment, are at this time lacking?
clean-up and pain campaign a jolly party past'Bathing panies turned in and took positions .
The up on
etc adjoins public school with three
wesk end. Light steers, $6 to $6.50. '-
is over. An enormous deal of cleaning the lawn. There was a short wait,
: teachers, also country store and is
fishing, boating and auto- then Grass-fed steers, 500 Ibs. and up, SUFFRAGE RESOLUTION,PASSED
k has been done, but little or no came the boom of the cannon 'thegirls'
I up ; near mineral springs has i
ing were the principal attractions, ; a daily $5 to $5.50.Grass "
! J painting, and very little building and while in the evening music was enjoyed band played the Star SpangledBanner" mail, and telephone line. Call on or bulls, $4.50 to $5.25. It
repairing is going on. If those who as th flag was pulled to the
i r address W. E. Davis Starke Fla. It
Prof. Looney delighting the crowd Grass cows, 500 Ibs and $-1.50 to The constitutional
of the up amendment pro-
I t have work to give out will not loosen :, top pole by Sheriff Hagan the
with violin selections. Saturday a fish $5. viding for woman suffrage passed the
: crowd uncovered and
work the
, their strings, how will the guards sa-
purse fry Vas enjoyed, the guests including luted. It solemn WANTED-Man and wife, or any par- Heavy bulls, $6.25 to $7.50. senate on last Monday by a J Jarge ma-.
War occasion
men be able to live! or no war, a all
the the house party guests and others. The felt that it was. ; ty who can invest $2,000 (two thousand Light bulls, $5.50 to $6.50. jority. The resolution now goes to the
f we have to get along just same,
fish for the Decision dollars) cash and take personal Herridicks, $5.25 to of If
$5.75. house
i but if we want to make the situation were caught by The flag was secured and then Mayor representatives. ;t receives
: Prof. Looney and Mr. McLaurin, both Merriam advanced charge, of a new up-to-date mercan- Calves, $6 to $9.50. the necessary three-fifths vfite there
unbearable, let us stop buying and em to the front of
expert fishermen. the court house tile business as partner with half Fat cows, $6 to $8.25. the qustion of votes for women will be
S ploying. We have been exhorted to steps and introduced
but while Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Bak- Judge Wills. It would be futile to attempt interest in the business. The inven- Medium cows, $4.50 to $5.50. submitted to the voters of tl state at
practice economyis -
economy er's for the week-end tory of the stock amounts to $lOOClO Oxen $4.50 to
praiseworthy and necessary, hoard hospitality were to reproduce this wholly impromptu $6.50. the general election in November,
; ing is the reverse. The county is not Mr. and Mrs. McLaurin, of Fairburn, address from memory or attempt today, and we guarantee ly agree- Canners, $4 to $4.75. I 1918.
.Ga.; Prof. G. C. Looney, Misses Mary ment $100 profit monthly, subject, if
now able to stand a financial panicS a synopsis. Just look a moment
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Svelyn) and Carolyn Richard, of Jack- party has some experience in this ---- ---r--
but it will come if the balance of industry -
sonville; Mrs. S. L. Hamrick, Mrs. 0. The line and has some cash capital.) Xo
and commerce is destroyed. patriotic judge, who traces his
L. Stuck Mrs. J. B. of Starke ethers neej inquire. After periodof
Hughes, a
; back
ancestry the
Soon after the beginning of the to revolution, stood HOPSONS THEATRE
Mr. Baker and Mr. Baker. six months, if not satisfactory
world war the prices of all necessities Sidney Tracy and looked down over the children ,
party can withdraw. For information
began to rise and the public drew seated on the court house steps, the more -
ladies of the Red write to P. 0. Box 324, MONDAY APRIL 30th.; "
their purse-strings tight, in fear that Cross ranged in frontof Starke, Fla. 2-23-tI.
, they would need every cent they had him, the men of business, the pro-
:t i in order to exist. But the alarm sub- SOME WORDS ABOUT EMETINE fessional men, clerks, mechanics, laborers GERALDINE FARRAR as JOAN OF ARC
sided after a while and things Returned with their families, stretchedout Testing a Bullet-Proof Coat.A .
to the normal state again-at least rU. 4Jcal Journal Say Care Must Be over the lawn, even to the street personal friend of mine, writes a In Cecil B. 'DeMillc's Photo Spectacle j

we accommodated ourselves to the or Exercised! In Using Poison fore boundaries. His look was only for a correspondent of the Manchester I I '
der of things as they were. We ar r sTreating Pyorrhea. moment. If you had looked closely Guardian, had an amazing experiencewith "JOAN THE WOMAN"

in no worse condition today than we s. you would have noted a few tears steal bullet-proof armor. When he was I

were in 1M4, and there.is no use in iLThe great increase in the use of out from under his eye lashes. 'Then In Paris at the beginning of the war, a "Joan the Woman" is the highest achievement of the .

being frightened. The farmers, have emetine hydrochloride in the treatmentof he spoke; he told them of the inspira- fo fluent French Inventor persuaded him I motion picture.The story of the immortal Maid of Orleans; -1 1as
money and better prospects than ever pyorrhea and in amoebic dysentery tion that had come to him in that brief give him an opportunity to demonstrate .
before. Let them spend it for goods makes timely a warning by the look over his audience. And then in England a thin chain-armor interpreted by Geraldine Farrar, is a gripping episode 'i

< and improvements and in payments of Journal of the American Medical Association from out of the depths of his patriotic shirt, which he said would resist any of history -- more wondrous than than any other story of .'

debts, as they would at any other time, to the effect that the preparations heart there flowed a stream of patri- bullet or bayonet. A sample shirt had I history.
and then the rest of us will have mon- of this drug now on the market otic utterances such as few men are been hung up and fired at with satisfactory '4
' ey to buy goods with and pay debts. vary widely in their strength and that privileged to hear in a life-time. He results, but It was with some 4 p.m. Matinee for children under 12years 25 cents; school

And if the merchants refuse to pay ex- at least one reputable manufacturerIs told of the horrors of war, of ourpresident's skepticism that my friend attended children under 15 years, 50; all others, 75 cents, .\

orbitant prices for such products as "supplying a product so unusually patience, our duty now the official demonstration. % 8 p. m., extreme front seats, 50 cents general admission 75 .
they themselves set the prices for, the toxic as to prohibit its use, at any rate that the congress had decided that However, to oblige the inventor, he I j 100 ; '3
cost of living will be somewhat reduc- In anything approaching the ordinary honor demanded that the nation enter put on one of the shirts to show Us cents; reserved seats $1.00. '

ed. dose" the world war in defense of the prin- comfort and flexibility. It was then Red Cross Society of Starke receive a percentage ,

Forget the war and adopt the mot- This warning is based p two ciples of liberty for which the United. that the inventor achieved a dramatic
to, "Live and Let Live," and we will cases at Johns Hopkins medical upon clinic States was the first and chief expon- I effect for he whipped out an automatic ,

r get through "the winter of our discon- In which symptoms of poisoning and ent. It was a question of the triumphof pistol and blazed away'straI.htat -,

tent" all. right. In one instance death resulted from democracy, or autocracy and the my friends chest Fortunately the ,
tf the administration of emetine divine right of emperors and kings to armor proved successful. Before he ,-
SUGAR FACTORIES.The rule. War was an awful thing, but had recovered
enough breath
J ICENTRAL chloride in the usual way.' Aa a result there even
of were worse things than war; national protest a war official grasped him
these Drs. R. L. Levy and L. 0.
t degeneracy was one of them. warmly by the hand. I
new economic era we are en- analyzed specimens of the. Our duty, no matter how I.
drug and found the we may have "Sir he said, "you are brave JOB PRINTING
! tering upon makes co-operation neces variations noted. I felt concerning the advisability of the man!" a r ;
This is all the rr
more important In
sary. Our farms are comparatively I declaration, was to support the rr
t small, and every farmer would now be view of the many quacks who are advertising dent. presi My friend disappeared with become ',

much better off had he gone into a "cures" for pyorrhea, most Judge Wills was interrupted bag modesty. -:
every -
k- partnership with his neighbors about of which consist of emetine.
.. period in his eloquent address by
a mutual ownership of expensive, _farm- ---" tremendous applause. Every heart in Used Rib to Patch Her Skull I

t ing implements, drying kilns for leguminous COLORED PATRIOTIC MEETING. I that vast throng beat in unison with Miss Elenora Appel, eighteen years 4HULL' ,

r- .. crops, syrup making appara- I these heart sentiments of the speaker. old, of Granite City, was reported to be Neatly and Artistically \
t- tus, etc,instead of doing without what They were made to understand the full recovering at St. Luke's hospital froman

he individually could not afford. Henceforth The colored citizens of Starke helda significance of his utterance that in unusual craniolofical operation. I Done-Give Us TriaD I

1,,'' the necessity of co-operation will patriotic meeting Wednesday nightin America patriotism was the inheri- Miss Appel underwent an operation a
... be too plainly seen to be disregarded. the auditorium of the R. J. E. graded tance of every citizen, and that accord- three years ago in which part of her I I

:. Oue phase of co-operation which the school, where many colored citi- ing to one eminent Georgian "in its skull was removed. The flesh that R

" Telegraph is anxious to impress upon zens met and expressed themselvesas i.last analysis it was the blood of the grew over the opening began to press I j .
, its readers, is the establishing of cen- true-hearted American negro citi- people." upon the brain and she suffered great .. -
; tral sugar factories. The idea was zens should do. Then he closed, overcome with the mental strain. I f. ,,

i: first suggested by State Chemist Rose, There were a few white citizens deep emotions that welled up from Two weeks ago the girl was taken 4

r who has had practical experience in I present, among whom was Dr. J. P. his great.patriotic heart. The applausewas to the hospital. Parts of two of her
I' syrup and sugar: making on a large Tomlinson, who spoke very forcibly deafening. Then the bAnd played ribs were removed and cut to fit the Irabforb OInuntg wrlrgrap11 l :
S scale. central factory would receive I and encouragingly in "Dixie." Yes
regard to the it is a sectional song, fissure in the skull. They began to
t: the cane from the growers within a colored man's duty in the present cris- but the tune-that is American. It knit, and the operation is declared

I large radius, and work it up into syrup is, after having been introduced by stirs in all corners of our beloved land wholly successful.-St Louis Post Dis
or sugar for them, or buy fie cane Prof. A. 0. Jenkins, who made the patch.

,., outright. In either case the farmer opening address. It was a master- now.The crowd reluctantly melted away.
would derive more profit from his cane piece of eloquence. He made points The ceremony was over; the struggle
than i* he worked it up himself as clear and concise in a logical manner is on. ButEvery -

the price for the'raw material would of the colored man and his duty to his man, every woman within the i--

=, be satisfaetoy'und toe syrup and sugar country. Prof. Jenkins was elected sound of that man's voice is better fitted il : ;
"; much: (lister th' n the uvlii<1iul president of the patriotic conferenceand < for the struggle. They are better

could make it, and at a much*" lower Prof. S. K. Kelly secretary. Americans; they have a better appre- Department i
price. Several colored citizens made timely ciation of the responsibilities of citi- I H I S :

The present apparatus for syrup remarks in regard to their patriotism, zenship; it has a higher value. Its- !
making consists of a slow working rol- among whom were Dr. J. M. Trammell! "My Country, Tis of Thee." Store j 1
ler mill that expresses only about 40 who spared no pains in pointing out

percent of the juice, a furnace and the colored man's duty as a citizen.Dr. P. Duhart spoke interestingly and We Cash for .
kettle for boiling the juice, a skimmerand Trammel spoke with great eloquence timely in regard to the colored pay Country Produce Eggs fjN.
a trough for cooling the finished and with that which man ;
logic only and his duty as an American citizen I Corn and -
F, syrup in-all very primitive. Every comes from men who are prepared. in the present crisis. i Baled Hay.

;. farmer has his own way >of making Only sorry that more white citizens The auditorium was ".f
tastefully dec-
syrup hence some is thick, some thin, were not present to hear him. orated with Stars and B. HULL .1
Stripes and
some dark; some light, some pleasant Prof. S. K. Kelly, Rev. W. W. Wash- big American flag draped ia the a J STARKE FLA.
flavored, some hardly fit to use. The ington, Rev. J. W. Robinson and T. ter. By R. M. ELLERSON.cen- ,

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+ end visitor to his home at Raiford and ORGANIZATION.The COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. FOOD, SHORTAGE OVER :t1. S.
ran over to Starke Sunday morning to -

Bits of Local greet his friends. Starke branch, North Florida A beautiful patriotic ceremony took Nearly 300,000 Bushels .Have I Been

Chapter, American Red Cross was per- place( on the campus in front of the Shipped Since Season 1.
Mrs. H. Harris and little left Open
son manently organized last Monday even- Bradford County High School build-
Thursday for their home at Petoskey, ing at the court house, the meeting be- ing last :Monday morning at ten-fifteen >
f1li II Information Mich., after a visit of several weeks ing under the direction of Dr. M.'Wein- when a large United States flag, fifteen Florida potatoes, the total shipment

a with friends in Starke. traub, Field Secretary, North Florida feet long, was unfurled to the from April 1 to April 23 amounting to

>, G.M..MO.r laMG. W-.IuN. .., Chapter, American Red Cross. breezes at the top of a flag pole which 724 cars, are relieving a food shortage
PwtI ..I.. ... c-.,.., 1'..... Former State Senator Adkins and The Starke permanent officers were extends fifty-three feet above the throughout the country and arc! expected -
Mayor Joe Hill Williams were'among elected: ground. to cause a material decline in

the visitors to Tallahassee during the Chairman, Dr. A. H. Freeman. The handsome flag was the gift ofDr. the cost of thi simpcrtant commodity.

week. Vice Chairman, Mrs. H., C. Richard. > and Mrs. E. T. Campbell; while A serious shortage- the 1915 crop

'gbaetine at Kickliter's'. Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Buroughs, of Secretary, Mr. J. L. PeeL: the flag pole, which is secured just through the Northern potato ;Cfnters '
Malvern, Ark., are here and will remain County Superintendent Poppell at- Treasurer, Mr. N. T. Ritch. ? above the front entrance, was the gift decreased reserve stocks and ckijsed a
A Boa was born to Mr. and Mra. R. for some time. Mrs.Burroughsis tended the State Convention of County Executive Committee, Dr. A. H. of Mr. W. B. Kuhl. The Boy Scouts, spectacular advance in price td the ultimate -

C. Cone Wednesday morning.Col a sister of Mr. S. F. Morgan.B. Superintendents in session at Lake Freeman, Mr. J. L. Peek, Mrs. J. M. who cut, skinned and brought in the consumer, making potaeat

City during the week. Alvarez, Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, Mrs. F. pore> were Augustus Long, Ray Col- ing practcally prohibitive for tieav-

,A. V. Long spent Wednesday. F. Seals, of Madison, spent a few A. Scott. ley, Horace Wilson, Will Thomas, Tel- erage family. Florida, howeve/ with
in Tallahassee; days in Starke to look over his prop- Messrs. J. J. Blackwelder, J. W. After the election of officers, Dr. fair Long, Walter Kuhl, Will epperson the new crop, which is just being, har-
erty interests and renew acquaintances. Keen and M. A. Blackwelder, of the Weintraub addressed the audience on and Hollis Knight. The flag pole was vested, is coming to the rescue of the

; Mrs. Alice we, of Lawtey, was in He returned home Monday. Lulu section, were visitors to Starke the subject of the American Red Cross. put> up by Mr. J. M. Dubose, assisted nation and spuds from the peninsulaare

c Starke Tuesday on business. Sunday.Mr. At the close of his address he invited by> Mr. A. .w.-Jenkins and Rodman being rapidly ttken up at distributing -

Miss Kate Livingston has decidedto anyone to ask questions relative to the Crosby. The School and Civic Club centers.

i. A. )[. Blanchard, of Lawtey, was in make Starke her home for some T. D. Griffin, of Jacksonville, management and work of this world- will 'pay the carpenter's bill; and to Hastings, the East Coast potato; cen-
j ,.r town Tuesday. time to come and is occupying her who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.J. wide organization and a number present all the above parties the school is duly ter, alone this season has shipped 507

t / cottage on West Call street. I F. Kickliter, returned home Sun- gladly availed themselves of this thankful. Also to Miss Olive Ray, cars and the daily movement is'ex-

:; .'John P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was day. opportunity to learn more about the chairman of school committee of the pected to show an increase fog some

.' i in Starke the first of the week. Porto Rico and Nancy Hall potato Red Cross. Civic Club, is due much appreciationfor days. On Monday the movenwijt; from
draws wanted. We pay cash. Will Mrs. J. S. Wills, of Gainesville, Doctors'A. H. Freeman, E. T. Camp- her work in arranging for this flag Hastings totaled 53 cars am! from

; A. B. Radney, the gardener near the take them any day. N. B. Hull spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. bell and J. P. Tomlinson have offered raising. the entire state 77 cars went i to the

': depot, has many tomato plants ink Julia Wainright, and her sister, Mrs.J. their services to conduct classes' in The following program was carried markets. .' **

,= ,; bloom Mrs. John Ritch, Miss Effie Ritch F. Kickliter. first aid to the injured, dietetics. out: -- .i-

"" and Master John Ritch, of Valdosta, Directions and patterns for making Paper, "Nineteenth Anniversary of FAST GAME OF ASEBALL HERE
:'' Mrs. N. W. Francis, of Jacksonville, spent the week-end with Mr. N. T. Mr. George Hoffman and Mr. Can- comfort bags and outfits for soldiers War With Spain," Clifford Tatum. TOMORROW. |

; visited her mother, Mrs. Catherine! Lee Ritch and family.Mr. non, of Jacksonville, were recent vis- lying in hospitals will be sent from Raising the flag By Wilbur Scott .t
,': last week. itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacksonville headquarters to our so- and Allan Canova.
W. H. Robinson, editor of the R. Davis. ciety, and the ladies will soon proceedto Reading, "The Meaning of Our The local troop of Boy Scents will

,, ; New stock of crockery just arrived. Folkston (Ga.) Herald, on his trip work in organized classes. Flag"-Carr Colley. cross bats here tomorrow in Attempts
:: l> Starke Hardware Co. through Florida, stopped over in Quite a number of persons, both Reading, "History of the Star Span- to win back the laurels tom the
; R Starke Monday. Ht paid our office a TO MY PATRONS. ladies and gentlemen, joined the Red gled Banner"-Everett Waid. Gainesville Scouts who defeated themin

; a Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and much appreciated visit. Cross on Monday evening. To supportits Song, "The Star Spangled Banner"By that city last week. t

; little ton, Laurie; spent last Frid.y I have been compelled, on account of field and base hospitals, its doc- the School. An entirely different line-Uji which
the tors and nurses, and to provide the Flag salute and yell led Miss includes several of the best players
: fir {in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sweat, accom- high food prices, to raise the priceof by
I panied by Misses Neva Turner, Caro- dinners to 35 cents after May 1st. necessities of military and civilian re- Olive Ray. who were unable to accompany the
.:t Mrs. Sara Hamrick spent part of line Richard and Mrs. J. B. Hughes Breakfasts and suppers at the same lief, calls for at least 1,000,000 mem- Prof. S. S. Dowling was master of nine to Gainesville, will be used, and

r ': lilt week with her father, Prof. G. C. motored over to Melrose last Wed- price as before. Thanking you for bers. America can do what other nations 'ceremonies, and during the entire exercises an easy victory. is expected. I

,> Looney, at Lake Geneva. nesday for the day. your patronage, I am yours for ser- have done. Your help is needednow. the pupils stood in rapt attention All who are interested in the Scouts

/ I vice. only giving vent to their joy in should attend these games for' a good

v" Mr. Paul E. Canova returned Saturday Mesdames Chas. J. Eayre and Wm. ,. C. A. ROWAND, cheers when the flag went up. ine of baseball is assured.

JI{, from a business trip to Chatta- C. Kammerer, of Philadelphia, and 427tf. Prop. Rowand's Cafe. ST. MARK'S. The batteries for Starke arg Epperson -

ii nooga. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones, of Hampton, CAMP FIRE GIRLS. and Kuhl. j

."'" visited Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott one BAPTIST CHURCH. Morning prayer and sermon, 11.
k 'Mrs. Catherine Vaughn and daughter day last week. Even song and address, 7:30. -

H Miss Sunolia Vaughn, spent the Sunday school, 10 a. m. Starke is to be congratulated on
weekend in Jacksonville.Mr. RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves Next Sunday is Home Mission day The Bishop of Florida was with us .having such a splendid Camp Fire Spring Colds
rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc: for the church and'various organiza- last Sunday and the members of the I Girls organization, as the training the
and Mrs. James Manning and tions of the church. Missions are mis- congregation and friends enjoyed the members ceive is of inestimable benefit -

daughter, Cassie, of Sapp, came to Mrs. Grace Ford and her grand sions and'next Sunday we will only splendid service. During the offertoryMrs. to them in forming fine, womanly Are the WorstThey

: Starke Sunday in their new Ford,car. daughter, Laura, who had been guestsof ,lay stress on Home Missions one of J. M. Alvarez and niece sang a characters. !
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Uglow for some I the divisions of missions. It is not duet. This was appreciated. Two per- The object of this organization iso lead to c&tarrt and

The whistle at the Starke Ice fac- time, returned to their home, North, the size of the gift so much as that sons for membership: were received "Seek beauty, Give Service, Eursue pneumonia. They weaken the

tory was heard again Tuesday and the Branch, Mich., Tuesday.The I everyone gives something as he pur- and confirmed by the bishop, viz: Miss Knowledge, Trustworthy, Hold onto entire system and leave it unable -
work of making ice was begun. ,poses in his heart. Aileen Alvarez and Hugh Fryer.In Health, Glorify Work, Be HaDpy. j to resist the sudden

strawberry shipments are now j "Let everyone of you lay by as the the evening the members of the Four meetings in each month are held, changes. They interfere with

Hen. A. S. Crews came down from limited to nearby points which can be Lord has prospered him. I Cor. 16:2.: Methodist church worshipped with us. namely: business, social, out-door and your digestion and lessen your act-
'i Tallahassee Saturday to spend Sunday reached without icing. They have been I' "Give not grudgingly nor of necessity In order to fight successfully the vicesof ceremonial. At the ceremonial meeting ivity. Neglected they soon become

in Starke. considerably curtailed since the hail "for the Lord loveth a cheerful giver. the world and rescue souls for usefulness the girls receive the honors-they that dread disease known as systemic -
!; storm. Prices are around $2.50 per Remember the words of the Lord here and hereafter, the Chris- have earned in the seven different catarrh. Don't neglect them.
t Devoe paint for every purpose at bushel.) i Jesus, how He said, "It is "more blessed tian churches must stand together. Let crafts, which are Home, Health, Busi- It's costly as well as dangerous.

} Starke Hardware Co. to give than to receive. I us not forget-A campaign for souls ness, Camp, Nature Lore, Hand and

An unusual program will be rendered W. G. LAW, I II I calls for Christian sacrifice and a union Patriotism. The study of useful subjects PERUNAWill

1t.ii t It looks as though the unpaved portions at the B. Y. P. U. meeting Sunday I Pastor. of Christian forces. out-door exercise, home work

; of Ninth and Cherry streets will I night, the same being Missionary Bishop Weed preached a most excel- and hand work all tend to improve a Safeguard YouHave

.be"finished this week. I night. The meeting will begin promptly I. ANNOUNCEMENTS.The lent!sermon in which he forcibly impresSed girl's fund of general information and
i at 7:15 and all young people of the upon all present their respon- usefulness. This is one of their favo- a box of Peruna: Tablets -

:l Mr. W. B. Young and family, Rev. city are invited to attend.H. sibility to God for the God-given pow- rite quotations: "We glorify work, be- I with you for the suddencold
] J. L. Jordan and Mr. L. E. Jordan I United Daughters or the Con- ers which we possess, and for whichwe cause through work we are free. We or exposure. Tone your sys-

spent Sunday at Interlachen.H. C. Waters, the plant man, show- federacy will meet next Wednesday, must render an account at the last work to win, to conquer, to be mas- tem up with a regular COW'lle.'Jf, the
i ed the reporter one order for. Porto May 2nd, at 3 o'clock, place of meeting ters.: We work for the joy of working liquid Peruna fortify it against

t H. Parmenter, of the Wateroak Rico yam draws from Hitchita, Oklahoma to be decided later. day.Mrs.. T. L. Z. Barr sang a solo, entitled -I and because we are free." colds get your digestion up to avoid nor-
take of ,and
section, made an appreciated call at and another, for the same arti- The Methodist Missionary Society : "Consider the Lilies of the Field, The Guardian is planning to take danger. If you ore suffering now begin -
y our office Tuesday. cle, from Dennison Texas. Mr. Wa- will meet next Thursday afternoon, How They Grow." We heard many the; gir\s for a camping trip to Kings- ; the treatment at once. Give

'OJ". ters' trade in vines is growing fast. May 3rd, at 3:30: at the Methodist kind remarks of her sweet, clear voice. ley lake this summer. The camp life Nature the help she needs to throw
B. M. Dowling is having his resi- church. Every church should have many such will be regulated by strict rules.-each off the catarrhal inflammation, and

dence on''Sanderson street repaired.R. Sheriff W. J. Epperson spent most The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will voices for the Master. girl having her special work to perform again become well
S. Powell is the contractor. of last week in Tallahassee. He meet next Tuesday, May 1st, at 3 and only a few hours a day for Peruna has been helping peoplefor
says o'clock. their To TitoA* 44 years. Thousands of,homes
Members will be notified of ; own amusement. earn y
that the Bradford contingent of law- STAG PARTY. rely on it for cough, cold and indi- .
Miss Viola Ammons, of .w aycross, makers are hard and successful work- place of meeting. to purchase their ceremonial gowns gestion. It's a good tonic for the

] Ga., is a guest at the home of Mr. and ers and have won the respect of the and for the expense of this camping weak as well
Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. other members of the legislature. MRS. PRICE ENTERTAINS CIVIC On last Friday evening Jim Kick- trip; the girls are offering for sale tatting -

CLUB. liter entertained a party of friends by ; crochet, etc., all of their The Peru Company, v .
t A Telegraph ad will add to them con- make. I1**"* Colaabw, lOW.
your giving an elegant supper
Mr. Business Man
cooperating ,
are you -
f;' profits. Try one. with the Civic Club? They are Mrs. ,A. Price delightfully entertained sisting of every dainty, both home The Camp Fire Girls are fortunatein ,
their Guardian Mrs. Ev-
1\ the Civic Club, at the home of Mr. grown and imported. After supper having as l -
trying to help helpingthem
!, Miss Mary Evelyn Richard, of Jack- ? Quigley you-are Lumber &you Supply Co. and Mrs. N. B. Hull on Wednesday afternoon the jolly party gathered around the erett Markley Johns, who is very en-
\ sonville, has returned home after a from three to five o'clock. piano and enjoyed singing popular thusiastic and untiring in her effortsto

c visit to Mrs. S. L. Hamrick. The hostess was assisted in receiv- songs. promote the good'of the organization. Edwards' Market
Undertaker D. C. Jones has boughta The girls composing the
Allan Ca- camp
The fortunate
4- | ing and entertaining by Mrs. J. R. guests were
:' The heavy rain Sunday thoroughly fine auto hearse, which he will use 1 Halligan and Miss Amelia Ray. The nova, Gus Beasley, Charlie Beasley, are Anna Canova, Marie Livingston,

't. wetted the ground, and all who had potato at funerals hereafter. This step was' hall, parlor, sitting room and dining Harold Wall, Drayton Colley, Lanier Doris Scott, Cleo Mitchell, Clara Moitt
' draws planted sweet potatoes during necessary, at it is almost impossibleto 1 room were thrown together and very Droke, and Raiford Epperson. Inez[ Moitt, Florence Matthews, Kath- My,Meat market [has been
hire horses suitable to draw leen Hazel
Alvarez Aileen Alvarez
:- the week. '. a prettily decorated with and Six
; vases moved old Cracker
to ;
't- ;
T: hearse and Mr. Jones has had to, at bowls of exquisite roses and sweet MEMORIAL DAY. Brown, Ruby Poppell, Ella May Long,
times, refuse engagements on that ac Emma Powell, Gladys Gardiner, Lena stand. When need
". { ? Mrs. J. M. Tatum and daughter, peas. The punchbowl was placed in you
'. Lucile, spent Saturday in Jacksonville, count. the dining room and very attractively Memorial day exercises were held Chancey, Ruth French, Lucile Tatum.
transacting business and meeting old banked with roses. As the guests ar- Fresh Meats
; Persons walking tAe railway track Thursday, consisting of a service jn ,
, I 'friends. | rived they were directed to the punch theMethodist church, decorating the SMELL OF COOKING GREENS
near the depot when freight trains are!
bowl, where they were served by Mrs.
of Confederate and Federal Sausage Etc.
.' .:', Mr. and Mrs. Armistead and son, switching, should keep a sharp look- N. B. Hull. soldiers etc., befitting the occasion.Asmany Thit Little Weed Makes Appetizing ,
' out. Some train crews are in the habit -
; Austin, and Miss Anna Fowler, of The following beautiful program 'of the comrades of J. J. Dicki- Dish That Remind Man of
... J" of making "flying switches, and a 1 Give me a calL Nothing kept
', Gainesville, were guests Saturday of was rendered: Childhood Days. .
be coming toward when son as were able to attend took partin
- f Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. car may you, Instrumental, "Military March"- the ceremonies.A but the best. Perfect sanita-
at the train it to
by looking appears
(Bohn-Miss Cassie White full account of the exercises will! The story is told (how true we cannot .;
." Ice Tea? Sure, we've got it. All be going the other way. Voice, "By the Waters of the Min- appear in our next issue. say) of an American who, while living tion. Low prices '

... sizes and kinds. Come in. Kickliter's. whitewashedand netonka" (An Indian Love Song-) abroad found himself without
Have you cleaned up, 1 Mrs. D. E. Knight: ; Mrs. J. F. Canova, OF THANKS. The occurred to him
CARD money. thought
painted? If not, why not? Quig-
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, accompanied Co.-The accompanist. that, since human nature Is the same -J
ley Lumber & Supply Happy J.
by Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Quigley Home Builders.Mr. Instrumental. "Tam O'Shanter"Mrs. Editor Telegraph-Please allow us the world over If he could originate anew W. EDWARDSJ$ JI
J. Canova.
went to Jacksonville Wednesday, F. food which should tickle the pal
in the
""t the party going up by automobile. Reading, "Your're It"-Mrs. J. R. space your paper to announce ate and become popular, his fortune I
Walter E. Langford, of Lake Halligan. completion of the new Free Will Bap- L ry,
would be made. He forthwith set to
.. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Quigley left Butler, visited his sister, Mrs. D. E. Voice, 'The Good Little Boy"Mrs.F. tist church. We wish to express our work and shortly the public was Informed BE OPTIMISTIC'
gratitude and thanks to those
last week. Immediately af- H.
Thursday for Halifax, Nova Scotia, Knight, Long. _
of a new and perfectly delicious ] "
. after spending the winter in Starke ter leaving here Mr. Langford went to Reading, "Mirandy on Lent" Mrs. aided us in this task financially or salad. It was tasted, approved ----- ; -
with their son Mr. J. T. Jacksonville and joined the United J. S. Brown. otherwise. We applied every modern Here's Good News for SUrke Real-
Quigley. eagerly Bought after and presto, the
States army. To gain admission to Voice, "Absent"-Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr; comfort and convenience that moderate 'dents I'
who it became mil-
Mr. Langford had to take Miss Barr means would admit and we cordially man originated a Have pain in the of the
... Friends here of Mrs. Marion Parker the army Myra accompanist. lionaire. What was this wonderful new you shall
,areg lad to know that she is improving three examinations; twice he was refused Farewell Address-Mrs. J. R. Hal- welcome the public to meet with us at back? !
dish? Dandelion salad if please.It .
time in dedicating it to the Lord'sservice. you
account of weakness, ligan. any Headaches dizziness ad
after a serious operation in a Jacksonville on an eye nervous
hospital but after having his eyes treated he Violin, "Good-bye, Good Luck, God We would purge our heartsof was garnished and flavored and spells?. :'
successfully passed the required ex Bless You,"-Miss Marie Livingston; every selfis -motive and deed that withal was so piquant that no one rec- Are you languid, irritable and
amination. Mr. Langford's persistent Mrs. G. C. Livingston, accompanist. may invite criticism of men or re- ognized the common weed BO ruthlessly weak?
Mr. D. R. Edwards, who is employed J' "
trodden underfoot, IgnominIously
1/ by the Cummer Lumber Company efforts to pass the required examina- 't Mrs. J. R. Halligan, who for the proach from God. or Annoyed by urinary dijarders? t:
A MEMBER. pulled bj the ears by that same American -
tion shows his enthusiasm and deter- two years has been the
at Sumner, spent Sunday here with his past very when at home. Don't despair-profit by>Starke ex-
family.. mination to become one of Uncle Sam'ssoldiers. president of the Civic Club, gavea periences. .
.1 PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS. We love the dandelion. There Is a i
farewell address. This
9 : came as a Starke people know Dona's Kidney
Mrs. J. H. Pollard, Mrs. Barnes i' great surprise and is deeply regretted tender spot In our hearts for this Pills-have used them tecommend I
by all of the club members Mrs. Messrs. J. W. Andrews & Son have bright cheery flower, which lifts its
,Alexander; Miss Willie Fay Ivey and There is more Catarrh In this section as them. | 4'
f VMr. Ivey of Hampton, were visitorsto of the country than all other diseases i Halligan is very popular with the peo- bought of :Mrs. J. N. Langford two golden eye steadfastly to the sun and Here's a Stoke resident's.1 statement a
Starke last Monday. put together and for years It wag supposed I Iple of our little city, and has proven acres of land in Gaskins addition, the braves with undaunted courage our .
to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed : ;
local remedies and by constantly herself to be a most excellent executive tract being the west half of the block! most Inclement weather. The dande- 1
W. W. Baisden "I
Starke, > : J :
" Porto and Hall potato fading to cure with local treatment I officer. Mr. and Mrs. Halligan bounded by Myrtle, Madison and West- lion carries us back to childhood as no say.t
Rico Nancy
used Doan's Pills about four :
Is Kidney
Incurable. Catarrh :
it a
pronounced other flower In the
have decided to move to New York in moreland streets fronting 210 feet on garden however
i draws cash. Will
influenced by
: wanted. We constitutional
pay local disease greatly for kidney iint. They A ;
1. 'take them N. B. Hull conditions and therefore requires j about two weeks therefore, Mrs. Hal- Madison and 420 feet on Westmore- beautiful. To see it every springtimeis years ago comP
j any day. constitutional treatment Hall's to turn tie key "in memory's did me a world of good* curing all
ligan resigned the presidency of the land. This is very desirable property. .
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. symptoms pro lptly. Mj( back was
wards. The smell of the dish of dandelion
Civic Club. Improvement will begin immediately.
Crocheting, tatting, embroidering Cheney &: Co.. Toledo. Ohio. la a consti-
" strengthened and I felt bitter in
tutional remedy. Is taken Internallyand Mrs. Price, the hospitable hostess, greens cooking Is more fragrantto ev-
and all kinds work at reasonable "
of fancy
; acts thru the Blood on the Mucous assisted El- of our nostrils than all the spices of ery way. ,j i
Fire Girls. One Hundred was in serving by Misses E. H. Carter and son, George,
prices done by Camp Surfaces of the System.
For further, information see Mrs. E. Dollars reward Is offered for any case la May Long, Marie Livingston and Highland, were in Starke Thursday on Araby the blest They transport us to Price 50c, at all dealers. Don'tsimply ;
Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure. the old New ask-for a kidney J1.medy-get
that Hazel Brown. The refreshments of business.A England home and the old
: M. Johns, Guardian. 4%27-3t circulars an.l testimonials.P. .
: Send for New Doan's Kidney Pills-the? same that +
two kinds of delicious cream and several England kitchen. Countryside
'. ., with J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. kinds of excellent cake, all of Mrs.Price's Telegraph ad will add to your Magazine. Mr. Baisden had. Foster lilburn Co., I
,Break cold lagrippe a .iI-.
or !
your Sold by Druggist Props., Buffalo N. Y. 30
few doses of 666. Hairs Familv Pill fu constipation. own baking. profits. Try one.

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0 0 Nation Needs an Agricultural Army A review of the most significant Kidney worms are found in the reg- ,
00ooo- oeoooo To Support Fighters. steps taken in the last few years to ion of the kidneys. They are some- I | $$ 3

benefit the economic condition of the times found in the muscles over the -
Good Value
I, Bradford County-One of the immediate The food situation is critical. The farmer is contained in an article by I kidneys, sometimes in the kidneys, or I |

results of our short courses I I I nation has as great an interest in the Carl Vrooman, Assistant Secretary of in the fat around the kidneys, and occasionally E5 For 33 Armour 6i%: =

:.: is the making of iceless refrigerators. I production of a monster food crop in Agriculture, published in the Yearbook. they get into the spinal col == Blood &: Bone years Tankage has === ,
Two have already been made. of the department. In this article Mr.
1917 as it has in the enlistment jof a ] umn.The == consistentlpbeenamongthemost =
Vroomman points out that for 50 infested animal first showa and ADAPTED
large army and navy. It will play as years may =z economical satisr=
i Nassau County-The farmers are large a part in our national defense, the U. S. Department of Agriculturehas weakness in the loin or hind legs, = factory === FOR YOUR'STATE'
3i greatly interested in tick eradication.New says the University of Florida exten- been studying how to increase production move with a staggering or wabblinggait == offered. Specially is this == ; .
the farms but and when has r=r true right now. YougetCJ% rrz = '
dipping vats have been built this sion division.An on that it is on- down difficulty m :
ly recently that stress has been regaining its feet. In : ammonia from blood, and ===
very severe cases
estimate the U. _
spring. -- of agriculture by announced S. department recently laid on a study of the problem of mak- I I I when the worms get into the spinal == steamed 15% phosphoric bone, at t+:id several from == FREE i

ing that production profitable. In the column, the hind legs become
shows how critical the condition is s= dollars ton less than the =
per =
farmers this
Calhoun County-The and how much a maximum crop meansto past, he says, there has been a mis- paralyzed. As' a rule animals that = same foods from these sour- == !
year have planted a hill of velvet beans the citizens at war as*well as the taken theory that everybody is inter- become paralyzed rarely, if ever, re- == ces would cost separately. = OUR INSTRUCTIVE
for every hill of corn, and peanuts in ones who remain at home. ested in increasing agricultural pro- cover. Young hogs, that is, less than '

proportion. The coming wheat crop is estimatedat duction, but that nobody but the far- six months old, are not likely to show frE CATALOGUE AND-

only 430 million bushels, as against mer is interested in making that pro- such pronounced symptoms. Animalsa ArmourBlood WEEKLYPRICE

Wakulla County-One banker has 482 million bushels last year and 674 duction profitable. year old or older are more likely to
volunteered to advance money to five million bushels in 1915. This is true That this theory has as last been be heavily infested with kidney worms. & BoneTankage

club boys who will buy purebred gilts in spite of the fact that the acreage recognized as fallacious is indicated by The only satisfactory treatment for SENDtFORTHEM :

to cost not more than forty dollars has been greater only once in the coun important legislation enacted in the lung worms and kidney worms is a rotation '
each. .try's history. Of course the reserve last few years. Prominent in this leg- of pasture and feeding pens anda .tOgaIN5KDCJ
is small. islation was the creation, in 1913, of thorough disinfection of the sleep-

Holmes County-Fourteen carloads Frozen and cured meats have drop- the Office of Markets and Rural Organization ing quarters. Smoking the hogs may EE: Under present conditions EEE .

.;, of cattle and two carloads of hogs ped more than a million pounds in a .- "The creation of this of- give some relief from lung worms. == this material is,we believe, == (

have been shipped from this countyin year. Egg stores and potatoes are also fice," says Mr. Vrooman, "was an innovation This can be done by putting the hogsin = the best and mosteconomical === JACKSONVILLE. i iOE30
of epoch-making significance." tight and then = Ammonia-Phosphoric! = f1 flA'
the last sixteen weeks. very short. room. burning rags, ..
Various methods have been proposedto This office represents the first attempton leather or feathers, causing the hogsto == Acid fertilizer offered it is = -
,,1 attain the desired end of a maxi- the part of the government to rem- cough and sneeze. The hogs should = well suited to all crops; it = II = IQCIO AlO
St. Lucie County-Much enthusiasm edy through scientific investigation the be kept in the smoke for = funlisheseverythingexceptpotash. =
mum One is to refrain from twenty
--r is manifest by the farmers in the mat- crop. recruiting waste and EE It is a standard = 0
extravagance in our thirty minutes. By and
pres- coughing
from the farms as much
as == material of PROVED crop- '
ter growing sugar cane and the establishing possible. Another proposes to mobil ent methods of distributing and dis- sneezing, the hogs will discharge some = making ability; more than == 0 TOMAtOPLANTS I

of modern syrup and sugar ize an army for farm work, enlisting posing of farm products. Long before of the worms. == 100.000 tons have actually =rssr
mills. The slogan is, ten thousand boys and men too old for first line there was any official recognition of been used in Florida. It is =
acres of sugar cane. the need for this step, the farmers = rich and a splendid
military service, gather them in camps BUY A PURE BRED BOAR. pure =
I lease large acres for them to till, so themselves realized the necessity for -= humus-bpilder. =-= !i0 I.

Washington County-Farmers are that crops may be produced and can- it. The Grange movement, the Far- = Write now for leaflet pHf and = F

doing good work with livestock and ned and dried, and furnish help to far mers' Alliance movement and the Pop- The slogan, "Buy a Boar," should be == Mmpl Pleaw mention th'i caper. r-=: 0

are interested in growing feed for theanimals. mers who want it, at prevailing wages ulist movement were all inspired by urged just as strongly now among livestock '

A large grain crop is in from this agricultural army. This the conviction on the part of the producers farmers as was that other one, EE "From the Farm ==

I prospect. Better boars and bulls are method is proposed for the Middle that organization on their part "Buy a Bale of Cotton," among men == Back to the Farm" = $1.00 per 1000
l being brought in to head the herds. West, where farm labor is already was essential to improvement in their who had money for investment. Thereare -- --

f Tick eradication work is progressing very scarce. economic condition. The Assistant many young pure bred boars held

t favorably among the farmers and busi- The first definite move of the Gov Secretary points that while many of by breeders in Florida. If these boars E= Armour Fertilizer Works = Fine
ness men. ernment has been to stop speculationin the specific remedies demanded by the are bought soon they can be had at a = Jacksonville, Fla11I11I11I111I11I1111I11I111I11111I11111111I1= stocky plants

I foods and the repetition of the leaders of these movements were im- moderate price, says G. L. Herringtonof I I o from 6 to 10 inchi .
practicable their .
, Santa Rosa County-A large acre- shameful grafts of the SpanishAmerican basic demands were the University of Florida extension

age is being planted to peanuts and War. Herbert C. Hoover, chair- of just, and he emphasizes the necessity division. Mr. Herrington has a list es. All varieties.
more hogs are to be raised in this man of the Belgian Relief Commissionwas the applying to these problems much of all available and any farmer need- A SPOONFUL CITES RESULTS
! this Most of the farmers named chairman of a committeeon same methods of scientific study ing a young! boar can locate one by
.. who are raising year.many hogs are mak- food supply and prices by the Coun- which ordinary have advances made possible in the production such extra-of writing A to advance Mr. Herrington. nd When thrive your they young need chicks a tonic.do not B.grow A. .t F. W. PQPE i a

ing arrangements to control cholera. cil of National Defense. His duties great in quality of pigs Thomas's Poultry Remedy is not only
will be to work out plans which will crops. raised can be made through the I
: Some have already bought needles with purchase -
In tonic but for bowel
addition a specific trou-
' to the creation of the a
increase the food supply and of a good boar to head the herd. LAKELAND. FLA.
which preventgambling
to and others
are Office of Markets and Rural Organization It is not ble, gapes and other chick troubles.Get I 0
them. in it. The experience of Eu- necessary to discard the native -
i rope will be useful in this. a number of laws have been passed stock, the new blood will show in it today. We sell it on the money I U
:i I I The Southern farmer can help in which are characterized as being of the first generation and better pigs back plan. Sold by D. C. Jones, Starke 0 .0=0. .oeo

Leon County-This county is establishing this great food campaign by keepinghis immense economic importance to the and better prices will be the result. Ffa. April6132027.A Drives[ Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe
a system of dipping vats to American farmer.
acres busy. With the short food Old Standard feDeral itrtngthenlox IoU,
comply with Federal requirements as supplies in the North, it becomes a pa Telegraph ad will add to your GROVE'S: TASTELESS chill TONIC,trim Mi
to location, size, etc. Work has begunon triotic duty of the South to feed itself. AN INCH OF RAIN. Trespass cards for sale at this office. profits. Try one. Malariaenricheathebloodandbuild.np thear.e .
!! some of them. In addition to these, i*"<. A true tonic. For."ulta .&01 ehJI rn. SOe.
And in this time of need for maximum .
some of the farmers are building pri -
production and conservation, the South
vately owned vats. Some of the far Do know what
will show a splendid degree of patrio you an "inch of rain"means
t mers have organized to take advan tism. to-farmers? When the weather
I I tage of the Federal Farm Loan Act. bureau reports that an inch of rain has

Most of the preliminary work is com fallen it means that the amount of wa-
plete. ter that descended from the sky in

I I I Florida and who that particular shower would have covered Save The
women girls are the surrounding territory to a
Washington County-The bankshave HogsWhen
planning to can the surplus productsof depth of one inch, if none of it had run
set aside
$150 pigs in this
l the garden and truck crops should off or soaked into the ground.
I county and will help many boys to get place their orders right now for the It means that on one acre of ground
started in the club work. A
meetingwas number of
cans they will need. Thatis water to fill more than 600 barrels of
1 held in Chipley recently at which the opinion of Miss Agnes Ellen 45 gallons each has fallen. That i
$35,000 in stock was subscribed for the quantity
Harris of the University of Florida of water weighs than
more 110
purpose of building a packing housein extension division, who is state agent tons. If the rainstorm

i ; Chipley. The company was organized I for women's demonstration work. Nod acres, which would be a covered very small 1,000 hogs are bringing from 12 cents to

I officers and directors chosen, an only will tin cans become higher in shower indeed, 113,000 tons of
the plant will be in operation by Sep price and more scarce at the season !would fall from the clouds. 16 cents
: tember. More money is in sight for advances, but glass cans and other con Rainstorms frequently cover whole per pound, gross weight, and the
plant without solicitation. This
tainers will be affected in similarmanner.
a counties and often
. movement has stimulated the livestock inches of water falls two or three or five demand is absolutely unlimited '
in it
in the one storm. In behooves ":
industry county. The. price of cans. will be higher thisI that case the weight of water that falls .:: :1
I year, but there is nothing to be gained to the earth is simply A ,
THE FARMER FEEDS THEM ALL. by waiting for the prices to drop. single widespread and enormous.heavy stormy every farmer to look well to the health of .

There will be much loss instead, b might result, it has been estimated, in I .

permitting the surplus products to go 100,000,000,000 tons of rain. his herd. '
politician talks and talks, to waste-a thing which is almost :
The actor plays his part, treason this year.
The soldier glitters in parade, Miss Harris and her co-workers are ADVANTAGE OK MACHINERY. '-
The goldsmith plies his art. Cholera is the ;
urging the women to grow and can or greatest draw-back to hog
II: The scientist pursues his germs beans
dry peas and peanuts this year
O'er this terrestrial ball In 1830, the labor represented in the
The sailor for home consumption. It is not so raising of one bushel of wheat raising. Cholera is :
navigates his ship, much a question of producing thingsfor was preventable through vaccination .
hours. By 1900 ,
But the farmer feeds them all. the market that will be profitableas this time had
been cut down to ten minutes .
it is to produce things for home by the with cholera
use of and
improved serum virus
agricultural admin
The preacher pounds the pulpit desk, -the problem of every family in- the Similar machin- :i
ery. large reductions I .
in the
The broker reads the South itself. '
tape. feeding
The tailor cuts and sews his cloth I Beans and peas may be dried and cost followed of production the of other crops have istered simultaneously. We believe .
a To fit the.human shape. kept for home use without being can been use of machinery. It has we pro-

The dames of fashion dressed in silk, ned. They are subject to attack by estimated that the American farmer duce the .
Goes forth as the result of applying machinery best serum and virus that
to dine or call, weevils, but a little extra care in star to is made.
Or drive, or dance, or promenade, age will keep them safe. agriculture, is from seven to
ten times
But the farmer feeds them all If you are growing tomatoes and as efficient as the farmerof We have shown
I "any other faith in
4 I make catsup, bottles of various kinds the to country.the Invention, from j our it by guaran-
reaper tractor, has trans- ,
The workman wields his shining tools, will come in handy for storing it. formed American

The merchant shows his wares, Look these up now while there is time ated a basis for the agriculture evolution and of cre-ru- teeing the immunity of 1500 head of hogs in
and while a
The aeronaut above the cloudsA a goodly supply is available. 1 ral democracy of marvelous :
dizzy journey dares; Bradford !
and science soon would fade, ;
And commerce dead would fall, . ,4

If the farmer ceased to reap and sow, Probably there is no neglect the f> .y
0 Schedule For the 'I!
r For the farmer feeds them all. farm which costs more than the neg 0 December 31 changes, 1916. 12:01 Trains a.will m. o 0 convenience of Bradford county Itr

lect of the young pigs, calves, colts, 0 run as follows: 0
s WHAT SCRUB STOCK COST. and lambs, and their mothers. A male 0 0 farmers have :"
and female must be fed and cared for 0 Jacksonville to Tampa. arranged with the Bank of : :;

during a certain period of time for 0 No. 3---------______10:40 a. m. 0
This is the last call for the purchaseof every young produced. It, therefore, 0 No. 1------_________11:14 p. m. B Starke to keep on hand
pure bred sries for spring breeding.A I costs and costs more than often suspected No. 15 "Floridian"____ 2:52 p. m. 0 constantly a supply !i 4':

pure bred bull, for instance, will increase I to produce the young farm an 0 of
the value of the grass growing imals. It is consequently worse than 0 Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 0 our serum and virus. It is i
I 0 No. 21______________ here un- !
in the pastures from 30 to 50 per cent, .folly to neglect the mothers at a time 4:56 p. m. 0, l
and increase the rent of the land from the born. One 0
young are extra pig '
er refrigeration
.. one to three dollars The 0 Tampa to Jacksonville. 0 and is kept under
an acre
Farmer. The says saved may well pay for some attentionto 0 No. 4_______________ 3:37 p. m. 0 refrigeration '
livestockof the sow at farrowing. It is grosserror 0' No. 2_______________ 5:20 a. m. 0
the South as a whole can only be improved the popular belief that the sow 0 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 m. 0 in order that it be delivered .
by the use of purebred sires .which farrows in the woods producesthe 0 may to the .

and more feed. We cannot afford to most pigs. On an average she 0 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. 0 farmers T [

buy more than the sires, except to a produces less pigs, because she loses 0 No. 20______________ 9:27 a. m. 0 in first-class condition. y
limited extent. This is the way all more at and shortly after they are .
people have improved their livestockand 0 Starke ;:
born. Moreover, more animals die the and Wannee. ,
raised the quality of the averageL first week after birth than in any other (Daily Except Sunday) 0 :- :'

farm animal. Our beef cattle are sell- equal period. It will pay to give the 0 No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. 0 .1 Z
ing for much less money than those of young and their mothers extra care. 0 No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. 0 --

other sections. Our dairymen are not; The Progressive Farmer. e Inter-State
":t making any money and scarcely get 0 T. J. GRIFFIN, 0 Vaccine Co. ;

ting pay for their feed and labor, be Make your letterheads advertise Agent. 0

cause of poor cows, and our hogs average your business. Give them individuality ;
o probably a half a cent to a cent make them distinctive, noticeablenot P0a Sub-Station No. 2
t a pound less than they should. Purer commonplace. Use good stock '. City Mo. :

'. ; 1 bred sires will correct much of this and have them printed by the Tele Tell it to Telegraph and you tell .

ti ; low quality and do it profitably. graph. everybody. Advertise. .,.VtL s

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-- .. fffff ffff I Mrs. Charlotte R. Coffin. Unless said certificah WONDERFUL =i .1

I shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed TO BUILD SHIPS STUFF! WHAT IS
LEGAL NOTICES will issue thereon on the 14th day of May A LIFT OUT
IPffffffffff D. 1917. YOUR CORNS
+ + Witness my official signature and seal this j
the 10th day of April A D. 1917.


NOTICE to hereby given that on October 8.t.l1. (SEAL) Bradford County Florida Corns or Callires Off With
County Judge of
i will ltiWILtJtlie By R. .WEEKS.. '
the Florid my final account 4-lS-5t Deputy Clerk. There can be no doubt Fingers-No Pain. IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA ''
' Yl1ooughen of estate of Calvin Mott. de-
as to the merit of Cardui
and apply for the approval of tame A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE

:4. erase for. my final discharge as such administra- WHEREAS, the RESOLUTION.Town Council of the Town the the treatment woman's tonic of many, in Bethlehem Steel Will Make Offer No humbug! Any corn, whether CATHARTIC AND LIVER TOH1C
of Starke did by Ordinance No. 90 provide for
tI'"Dated thia the 30th day of March A. D. certain construction of Street Improvements troubles peculiar to hard, soft or between the toes, will LAX-FOS is not a Secret or Pati &t Midicine -

IM7 A. Z. ADHN3.MmittUtrttor within said Town and. women. The thousands to Uncle Sam. loosen right up and lift out, without a but is composed of the following
the said work has been of who have been
WHEREAS. of women
some particle of
of the estate of Calvin Mott. de- pain or soreness. old-fashioned roots and herb:
S Fla. 3-30-6maii completed and accepted the Town and helped by Cardui in the
watedi Starke, This drug is called freezone and is
WHEREAS an assessment roll was preparedby a CASCARA BARK
40. is conclusive
past years, -
A. F. Harley Town Engineer which said compound of ether discovered
by a
assessment roll indicated the names of the owners proof that it is a BLUE FLAG 'ROOT i
ORDINANCE NO. 14. of the property, if known the description good medicine for women BIDS ON 16 INCH NAVY SHELLSNo Cincinnati man. RHUBARB ROOT

: A. Ordinanee making it unlawful for any of the property abutting said improvements who suffer. it should Ask at any drug store for a small
to drive a log-tart be assessed the number of front feet the lot BLACK ROOT
or penona over to help you, too. bottle of freezone, which will cost buta
1I' ar diak barrow upon aeroei or or parcel of land contains, the amount per + + MAY APPLE ROOT
duet or atreeta of the Town of Starke, front foot chargeable thereto and the total trifile, but is sufficient to rid one's .
soy yyW,, bat are laved with brick, and MO- amount to be so specifically assessed and. TakeCARDUI Chine For Profit In Thorn Under feet of every corn or callus. I SENNA LEAVES
? penalty for the violation thereof.ai WHEREAS, said assessment roll was by Proiont Tests Graco Pots!bio Put
Say t- a few drops directly AND PEPSINIntAx.PostheCASCARAfs
TBe it ordained by the Town Conn- resolution of this council passed on the 20th upon any I
fig or tte Town of Starke, Bradford County. day of March A D. 1917. formally adoptingthe Explanation of the Prices Made by an tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly improved by .

State of Florida that from and after the par assessment roll of the Town of Starke and English Firm Which Bids Under All the soreness disappears and shortly the addition of these digestive ingredients
.- going into effect of this ordinance it WHEREAS said resolution did further fix
us'-n be unlawful for any person or persona the amount chargeable to each lot or parcel of American Manufacturer the corn or callus will loosen and making it better than ordinary CAsCARA -
i i'l log cart eircua diik har- land described in said assessment roll the def- it can be lifted off with the fingers. ,and thus the combination acts not :
, v across or over anygatreet or atreeta inite amount per front foot as contained inlaid only as a stimulating laxative' and cahar-
J t "'" IJIOIIo Speaking before the Terra. This drug freezone doesn't
recently eat out
paid with brick of the Town of Starke Floe roll. and.WHEREAS. tic but also as a digestive and liver ronic.
1;' notice was published together pin Club of Philadelphia, Eugene 0. the corns or calluses but shrivels them Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-FOS
'. geetion i. Any penon or person violating with copy of said resolution embodying Infor- Grace President without i
of the Bethlehem even irritating the surround-
\-- Stetion 1 of thin ordinance ban open eonvle- mation contained in the assessment roll once The Woman's TonicMrs. combines strength with palatable; aromatic .-
;: tioa fet fined not more than one hundred dol- each week for two consecutive weeks in the + Steel Company, said in part: ing skin. taste and does not gripe or disturb

: knL or impriaoned not exceeding sixty dip Bradford County Telegraph, and In a peculiar sense Bethlehem Steel Just think! No pain at all; no sore- the stomach. One bottle will prove

'j or ahall ef the be fined Mayor.and imprisoned. in the diacrt- tained WHEREAS the said, said information resolution above and notice describedand con- N. E. Varner, of serves the American people. ness or smarting when applying it LAX-FOS is invaluable for Constipation,

rays Section 3. Thia ordinance ahall take effect advised the property owner that this "Hixson. Tenn., writes For example, though we hire been or afterwards. If your druggist don't Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Prig 50c.

., and be enforced' from and after ita passage council would meet on the 17th day of April 1 was passing through able to obtain in Europe almost have freezone have him order it for -
.4 ..d .PProv.1 1917 and consider any objections that might the My back and any Piles Cured In e to 14 Days; ,
E. S. MATTHEWS. be filed by any such property owner who sides were terrible, and price, we hare adhered, in our chargesto you. (62) Veer druggist will refund '
money IffAZO
Attest: President of CouncilC. should be dissatisfied or object to any assess the United States Government to '
t- such 1 my suffering indescriba- OINTMENT falls to core any cue of irhing.. ;
ment apportionment thereof provided
.., A.Town Clerk.I objections were filed with said Town Clerk before T ble. I can't teU just how cr:; the basis of prices established before Whenever You Need a General Tonic TIle Blind.BleediogorProtruding ant Pile and in 6to1.daya. :
application gives tIle Rest SOc
Approved by me this 11th day of April. A. the 24th day of April, 1917, in writing and where I hurt, about the war began. Take drove' :

. I). WIT. and all over I think. I We agreed-If the Government would The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless r t'fi
JOE HILL WILLIAMS WHEREAS it appears that no written objections
.;1 4-lWrt. (Copy) Mayor.NOTICE have been filed with said Town Clerkto began Cardui, and mypains abandon its plans for a Federal plant- chill Tonic is equally valuable as a "
j grew less and less General Tonic because it "'Ask Your Grocer0
; any assessment or assessments as provided to make for at contains the
armor our Nary
. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED b y said resolution and assessment roll. until 1-was cured. lam any well known tonic properties QUINUsE
-y UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED, by remarkably l strong for a price the Government itielf might con- and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
the Town Council of the Town of Starke that For
" LAWS OF FLORIDA. T woman 64 years of age. ilder fair. out Malaria. Enriches the Blond anti

'fJ. Notice ,is of hereby Chicago!given In..that purchaser W. C of Foster Tax said all the A.assessments F. Harley,as Town made Engineer and computed and by as I do all my housework.. Our ordnance plants are at the disposal Builds up the Whole System.--V Cent.- 1 1J

,,. Certificate Company No. 18. dated the 3rd day of Au- contained in said assessment roll prepared by Try Cardui, today E-76 of the nation at a fair operating
. A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in him and adopted by former resolution of this 1 cost small thus CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES
if nft plus a margin, saving :
office and has made application for tax Council, be and the same hereby are ratified Sprains and Strains Relieved.Sloan's 5
::f; Bit in accordance with law. Said confirmed and approved as being the just and the Government Investment and de
. deed te Liniment
1 quickly takes the
embraces the following described equitable amounts properly chargeable against preciation.
1f; property certificate situated in Bradford County Florida, the different pieces of property fronting and pain out of strains, sprains, bruises
abutting said improvements according to their
:\:;. to-NWtf wit: of NW>. Sec. 21, Tp. 8. S. R. 18 E. respective frontage and benefits accruing thereto J One of the special needs of the new and all muscle soreness. A clean, clear a
by reason of the construction of said Improvements liquid easily applied, it quickly
less. pene-
<:o containing 40 acres more or nary is sixteen-Inch guns-guns sixty
"' assessed the date of and. trates without
said land being at rubbing. Sloan's Lini-
'i The
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the said feet long and capable of hurtling a
t the issuance of such certificate in the name of Town Council that none of the said assessments ment does not stain the skin or clog
J. L. Harden. Unless said certificate shall 2000 pound shell with such power Best By Tet
1 assessed Every ,
against any piece of property the like
redeemed according to law. tax deed pores mussy plasters or oint-
' be is more than the equitable proportion of the accuracy as to hit a 50 foot square target
.;; will thereon on the 14th day of May, A. ments. For chronic rheumatic aches "
. grant benefits conferred by said improvements, fifteen miles away.
t >>'witness) my official signature and seal this BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that noticebe We have undertaken voluntarily to and pains, neuralgia, gout and lumbago -

4. ,,t the 10th day of April, A W.D. 1917.T. WEEKS, age given of this to the resolution property and owners said notice of the shall pas- construct, at a cost of $4,500,000, a have this well-known remedy han SAVE $150.

?. give the date of the confirmation of said assess- dy. For the pains of grippe and following -
l' Clerk. Circuit Court, plant fitted to build sixteen-incb: guns. Make Healing Remedy ahome
nents and that the property owners shall have your
strenuous work
: Florida. it
;cos SEAL) By Bradford R. A.County.WEEKS the right to pay up said assessments within Under no conceivable circumstancescan gives quick Get a 50c bottle of Farris' Heali-Ig: Oil,
thirty (30) days after the first publication of orders which receive for relief. At drugists, 25c. (2)
Clerk. we
4-lWt Deputy aid notice without interest, otherwise said may add it to a pint of linseed oil and you

assessments shall be a first lien against prop. this plant pay even a fair return on have a pint of the best healing rrnedy
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 'rty so assessed as provided in Ordinance No. 7 the investment The Quinine nat Doss Hot Affect The Hud that It
money can buy. cures sores, '
; UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 90. Because of Its tonic all LAWS OF FLORIDA. Adopted at an adjourned meeting of the Considerable comment has been made BRQMO QUININE ii better than ordinary wounds, cuts and scratches. We sell

Notice is hereby given that W. C. Foster Town Council held April 24, 1917 upon the fact that a British manufac Quinine and does not taupe nervousness ncr it. Sold by D. C. Jones, Starke, Fla. :'
ranging in bead.
Company, of Chicago. Ill. purebaaer'of Tax E. S. MATTHEWS. Remember the full name and
Certificate No. 130 dated the 3rd day of August Attest: Chairman of Council. turer recently bid less than American look for the signature otr w. GROVE &c. April-6-13-20-27.

A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in C. A. Futch. manufacturers for sixteen: and four ,
I office and has made application for taxI --- --- -
my Town Clerk. 4.29.11.BILL teen-inch shells for the navy.
deed to :ssue in accordance with law. Said .
I, certificate embraces the following described I I am unable to state the basis upon .
I property- situated in Bradford County. Florida Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of which the English bid was made. II .

1 j to-wit S% :of NE% and EH of NEV4 of NW% Florida. Bradford County. should be remembered, however, that Go to

See' 36. Tp. 6. S. R. 22 East containing 100 Effice Varnedoevs this bid was for a specific shell, sam
acres more or less. assessed at the date of Warren Varnedoe. ples of which are.being sent over for
The said land being '
I the ksuanee of such certificate in the name of Notice Bill. for Divorce. F1 W 3 test-a test not ret made. Alvarez's Marketfor
L. M. Little. Unless said certificate shall to Appear.To ..
I -
Warren Varnedoe. Greeting:
be redeemed according to law tax
will issue thereon on the 14th day. of May A. It having been shown by affidavit that the Two years"ago we took an order for .
Defendant Warren Varnedoe is a nonresidentof
D. 1917. and seal this the State of Florida and that the residence 2400 fourteen-Inch armor-piercing shellsat
Witness official signature
my of said defendant is and that there to be
unknown of $768,000
the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. a contract price ,
I is in the State of Florida, the
no person service -
W. T. WEEKS. delivered within a certain time or we
whom would bind the
Circuit of a subpoena upon
Clerk Court said defendant, and that said defendant is had to pay a large penalty.The .

,- (SEAL) By Bradford R. County A. FIorida.j over the is therefore age of twenty-one ordered, considered years.It and ad- "Oh Look! only specifications for making Home Fattened Beef H

4-lS-5t judged that the said Defendant, Warren Varn- these shells are that they shall be
'edoe do appear to the Complainant's Bill of I can eat em all they of a certain size and must pierce

I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Complaint herein on or before the 2nd day of won't hurt me! That's because impact
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. (I July A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree armor-plate at a velocity on -
I LAWS OF FLORIDA. pro confesso will be entered against the said they're made with Calu- It is impossible to foretell the

I Notice is hereby given that W. C. Foster j Warren Varnedoe. met-and that's why they're j exact conditions of the tests. 1 keep for sale only beef of steers
Company, of Chicago. 111., purcbaaer'IIf Tax i I It is further ordered that this notice be young
Certificate No. 190 dated the 3rd day of August j published in the Bradford County Telegraph pure, tempting, tasty, whole- We had made large quantities of shellsIn

A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in j'a newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford some-that's why they won't the past which had been accepted.But fattened in Starke.
my office and has made application for tax !county, Florida, once each week for eight con on my
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said secutive weeks. hurt any kid." in placing this particular order the

certificate embraces the following described |I IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto Department altered the angle at which
property situated in Bradford County. Florida .set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir Received Hfedeat AwaidaAn
tot: I IWtt cult Court on this the 21st day of April, A. CM B.*! fnt-Sa flip the tested shells must pierce armor- Pork Mutton Sausage all of the best
of NEB of NEV and NW% of NEtf! D. 1917. I. rimed c.. plate. The result, however, has been ,

and W% of WK of SW& of NE% and NWJ4 W. T. WEEKS absolute Inability on our part to produce
and NW% of'SW% and WH of SW% of (SEAL) Clerk. kept in the most sanitary manner.
which will
8W% See. 9, Tp. 8. S. R. 22 East containing By R A. WEEKS. in any quantity, shells
280 acTle res more or less. 42781. Deputy Clerk. meet these novel tests. In fact we
said land being assessed at the date of
know of of projectilemaking
the issuance of such certificate in the name of : no process
Unknown Unless laid certificate thai BOY SCOUTS. Bp,1'CINat a through which it is possible to produce A L. Alvarez

, be redeemed according to law, tax deed tSt in quantities shells which will .
will Issue thereon on the 14th day of May, A.
a 1917. The Boy Scouts of Starke were or- conform to the requirements. .
i Witness my official signature and leal this ganized March 31 19161 under the 1101 MADEB' The result is that up to now on that ---J)
the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. ,
t have into
contract of $7(38,000.( we put
7 W. T. WEEKS leadership of Mr. Ted H. Halligan, .
Clerk. Circuit Court, cashier of the Bank of Starke. As actual operating expense $447,881., and
, (SEAL) Bradford County Florida. for non-delivery
have been penalized
.1 By R. A. WEEKS. Scout Master, Mr. Halligan has done r.
4-U-St Deputy Clerk. most excellent work and is very pop- $495,744., a total of 943625., with no

ular with the boys. receipts whatever.
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. On last Friday evening, Dr. A. H.
. LAWS OF FLORIDA. Such was the experience in the lightof
Freeman gave a fine lecture to the Whyt
Notice is that W. C Foster which called recently
i hereby given we were upon
Scouts, on the subject of "first aid to
i Company, of Chicago ilL, purchaser of Tax to bid for sixteen-inch shells.
! Certificate No. 192. dated the 3rd day of Anton the injured." The boys are specializing -
A. 0. 1914 baa filed said certificate in on the subjects of signalling and We bid on these shells at approximately
l my office and has made application for tax the same rate per pound as
. deed to Issue in accordance with law. Said first aid to the injured, and in case
certificate embraces described that of a fourteen-inch shell contractof the -
the following
f they are called on to do war service !
Property situated in Bradford County Florida one year ago upon which the Government
to-wit: they will be prepared.The

1 SWV4 and NWtf of SE% See. 13. Tp. 8, S. organization here is composedof awarded contracts. Andrews Mercantile
; R. 22 E. containing 200 acres more or less. Company ,
the of whom
manly boys
. The said land being assessed at the date oft We have not the slightest idea what I
the issuance of such certificate in the name of Starke has every reason to be proud: fat
.. N. P. Canthen. Unless said certificate shall Harold Wall, Horace Wilson and Pitt profit there will be in the making of the Brick Store? j t
be. redeemed according to la*-, tax deed these shells. We do not know that
will. issue thereon on the 14th day of May, A. Tomlinson, Patrol Leaders; Raiford CMCbecp \ there will be any. There is no certainty
D. 1917. Willie Rufus Ta- !
Epperson Epperson
. Witness my official signature and seal this that it would be possible for us to I
the 10th day of April A D. 1917. tum, Hugh Fryer, Paul C .nova, Jim
deliver a shell to meet the test.
W. T. WEEKS Kickliter, Drayton Colley, Joe Wain- The reason is to see all the new goods They 4e
For officers in the Nary to assume
I (SEAL) Bradford Clerk.County Circuit Florida.Court, wright, Telfair Long, John Powell, that any bid made under such condi- I certainly well worth seeing. { Ji,4

By R. A. WEEKS. Harry Canova, Walter Kuhl, Augustus and big canBaUngPowders tions is "exorbitant" is utterly unfair.

4-13-St Deputy Clerk. Long, Victor Kuhl, Thomas Limbaugh, save you mone,.. Calometdoes-it'sPnre I You can get anything that you call for there and

i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Ray Colley, Carr Colley, Francis Hal- and far superior to sour milk and sodacoooooooaooooo; : We bid on the new battle-cruisers EVERY THING is GOOD too. s

UNDER SECTION OF CHAPTER 4888. ligan, Everett Waid, William Thomas, sums which Nary department experts.

} Notice: is LAWS hereby OF given FLORIDA.that W. C Foster nis.Hollis Knight, Wilbur Scott, Gary En- after examination of our books, found I They sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price and tryto;:

Company, of Chicago Ill, purebaaer'of Tax would yield a profit of less than ten ,

Certificate. A. D.No.1914.186.baa dated filed the said 3rd certificate day of AuEast. in- 0 0 per cent. We agreed to assume risks I' keep in stock what the farming people use. t !

my office and has made application for tax BAD NEGROES MAKE THREATS.Will 0 STARKE 0 for Increased costs of materials and labor Among other things BACON SUGAR RlA .. .0..
deed to issue Said :
in accordance with law. 0 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY that made it possible that these ,

certificate embraces the following described 0 contracts might yield no profit what HAY OATS and SWEET FEED. f
property situated in Bradford County Florida Mitchell and Lewis Shannon ----- <> I ,
to-wit: 0 F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. ever.
SE'4 of NWtf and Wry of NW% and SW% two negroes working for the E. W. I I
Bee. 0 35. Meets second and S The costs run beyond the amount appropriated They line of STETSON hats and the .
I 3. Tp. 8, S. R. 22 E. containing ao acres Bond Lumber Company at Lake Helen every carry a BESTsuits !
mo-e or less by Congress on the oasis of
fourth <$>
The said land being assessed at the date of very narrowly escaped swift justice on O Monday nights. the cost estimates made a year ago. I made. \
the issuance of such certificate in the name of Friday. Both of the negroes are charged I i
N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall with threatened to seize and 0 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. <8> And because shipbuilders could not ,
be redeemed according to law, tax deed having Meets <$ alter the Inexorable: cost facts and reduce I All kinds of DRESS GOODS SILKS MIDDY
j will issue thereon on the 14th day of May, A. abuse white women in case of actual every Tuesday bids to early estimates of the j
D. 1917. hostilities between the United States <8> BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE and
Witness ray official signature and seal this Navy Department the prices are called"exorbitant" I FARM
M. W. of A., Starke Camp. <$>
the 10th day of April A D. 1917. and Germany. One of them claimedto t
W. T. WEEKS. have located a cave near Oak Hill 0 Meets every first and third Wednesday I, IMPLEMENTS. r..
It would be a real advantage to be ,
Circuit Court <8
Clerk nights. >
where he said he would take white ,
(SEAL) Bradford County. Florida. 5'
<8> relieved of this naval construction. The I
By R. A. women after the war was started. Al- '
--St WEEKSicrhNOTICE so they threatened to take up arms 0 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp <3> profit from it cannot possibly amountto DON'T MISS SEEING THE NEW STOCK

against the United States when the I 0 No. 138. Meets every second and <3> much, and the responsibility la enormous. 'I

APPLICATION FOR time arrived. 0 fourth Friday nights. 0t
0 We hare determined to make this .
LAWS OF FLORIDA. Some of the white employes of the
Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster company heard of the threats, and Mr. 0 Visiting. brothers are cordially offer to the American Government .
Company, of Chicago Ill purchaser of Tax 0 invited to attend these meetings. <8> "If you will build two of the battle!
Certificate No. 26, dated the 3rd day of An- M. M. Bond, manager of the companynot
PIt A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in wanting the pretty little town of o e cruisers In Government ntvy yards.we Andrews Mercantile Company
my office and has made application for tax 0000.0000000000000disposition will build the other two at the ascertained I Ii
Lake Helen all mussed with
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said up negro
cost of building the ships In
certificate embraces described
the following gore, locked up the negroes and phoned -
to-wit Property: situated in Bradford County Florida for the sheriff. Sheriff Morris and I of their cases. the Government yards without additional Raiford Fla. i

SW% of SEVi See. 22, Tp. 5. s. R. 20 East deputy went to Lake Helen and secur- It is now up to County Solicitor II expense or commissions of any ,

and'The containing 40 acres more or less. ed the negroes, who were placed in Hamlin to decide what disposition to kind. We will also contract to hare \
said land being assessed at the date of
tM tatuacce of such certificate In the name of"t. jail pending decision as to the proper:make of the case DeLand News. our ships ready for"service" ahead of V V
the Government tbing.


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I.was about three inches deep on the lev- Mr. George Spiers went over to Leaman Rivers will be l1
noon.Miss Mary Shaw, of Worthington, I el and in the ditches it was fully eight Jacksonville Sunday to see his son, that they are at Fart Screveii G l
visited her friend,. Ella May Hazen, inches deep. The cotton, beans and Ury, who is in the hospital. His many joying a soldier's life and hjg
friends will be pleased to know that health.
other vegetable were very badly
at Brooker last week. crops "<
Miss Bertie Thomas of near Brooker damaged, but the corn, although badly (he is improving. |I Wonders never cease. Lift Saw):
County News Items 1 made a short visit to our normal shredded, is believed will come out It is stated that cotton buyers are .day night someone put a litt! child .
Monday. again. Quite a quantity of hail was I I securing cotton now all over the county the porch of Mr. and Mri'f
. I i. Mr. Roland Anderson visited his still on the ground as late as Monday J: at 50 cents per lb. in the lint. Dekle with a note giving to
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Anderson, night. I Emmett Anderson, the popular dry the child and its name. We age Of 1(
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our r. the latter part of last week. Mr. J. E. Brown was i in Jacksonville goods drummer from Lake City, was I the child is 17 months old arJ\Ideratan haa <.< -',
Regular Correspondents. Dr. L. L. Lamb, of Brooker, motored last Tuesday on business. I in town this week. symptom .of the Lest care every
to Worthington Sunday afternoon. Justice B. D. Kelley, of Raiford, was I Charlie Stewart met with a painful tention. It is a mystery JIM an41t.-.' t'
.. transacting business in Lawtey last accident last Friday by breaking his. mother could part with eucil a '
Saturday.Mr. I arm while cranking a Ford car. child. per,
...aiiI MILLER. ,; :
Crabb and little son, J. .
with Ethel
of friends. Ernest Wells spent Sunday Mrs. .
"GRAHAM.. Mrs. J. J. Sanders and family left relatives in Raiford. D., who have been spending several PRICE ADVAXCEo--
Monday for Plant City, where Mr. About ten days ago a mysterious days here with relatives, returned to .
Mr. A. G. Padgett and wife, of Plant Sanders holds the position of Union I ailment began to affect some cattle be- WOODLAWN.Elder their home last Friday.Mr. On account of the high price of hop :.
City, visited their parents near Gra- .ticket agent. longing to Mr. E. H. Douglass. The '" and Mrs. Mike Klondes were the Inter-State Vaccine oianr ,.
.- ham this week. ,.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. The town council has planned some disease was of a nature unknown to unfortunate in losing their little adopted Kansas City, Mo., announ/ts an'14-'
Padgett. extensive improvements, and material Mr. Douglass. He notified the state and Mrs. N. T. King, of Starke I child last week, and the remains vance in the price of cholera seluaa
Little Miss Loubiddie Padgett is visiting .is being placed for repairs to the side- board of health and Dr. W. A. Munsell, visited friends here Sunday. Rev. I were laid to rest in the Dekle ceme and virus. The new price i, 2% "f
her sister and brother in Plant walks and culverts. We need streetlights assistant veterinarian, was sent hereto King preached a highly appreciatedsermon per cubic centimeter. Bank of StarfaJi
City, Mrs. Stella Jordan and Mr. A. G. except when the moon shines. ascertain if possible what the mal- here Sunday morning to a tery.Mr.. B. Z. Matthews, the well known -
Padgett. Representative W. G. Seals spent ady was. Upon a careful investigationhe .large audience at the Baptist church. well driller, drove a deep pump for L. JURY LIST.t .
I Saturday with his family here, return- pronounced it tick fever. Up to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dukes and Mrs.A. A. Duncan this'week..
Tallahassee this Mr. Douglass has lost two C. Kinghorn, of Jacksonville, motored of T. J. Townsendis -.
NEW RIVER. ing to Sunday, accompanied writing The large garage 1 R. S. Johns <
by Mrs. Seals.M. fine milk cows and has two more in a : over here Saturday and were the I almost completed and when finished
2 J. M. Norman.
V. Smith, of Lake City spent serious condition. Mr. B. W. Dees also guests of friends Saturday' and Sun- will stand second- none in the state.
Mrs. B. J. Sapp left last FridaY'morning several days here during the week, the has some affected with tick fever. day.Mr. ,I The many lots that have heretoforebeen 3 Francis M. Dowling. ,_
for Suwannee Valley where guest of friends and relatives. This is another argument in favor of I Alonzo Norman of the Vander- allowed to grow up in weeds are 4 Henry J. Leverett. ; '::_
she will spend a few days with her Leroy Summers and family have the dipping vats. We wish the pres- bilt section, was a visitor here Sunday.Mr. being planted in vegetables and will 5 G. B. Colsun. j: ''r'.
daughter, Mrs. R. Bardin.Mr. moved to Gainesville, where he has accepted ent legislature would enact a law that and Mrs. R. H. Green visited be beautiful to look at. 6 Henry E. Williams. \ ",::
and Mrs. C. A. Johns were shop- a position. would be of material benefit to far- relatives and friends at Sanderson on Miss Thelma Schell and Leota Gard- 7 Charley A. Roberts. \ '
ping in Lake Butler last Saturday.Mr. mers in constructing dipping vats in Saturday and Sunday.Mr. 8 Eustis T. Parrish. .. ,:Y
Pinholster of Jerrie, who has been spendingthe ner, two of Columbia College popular 9 James L Silcox.
and Mrs. J. J. county in Florida.Mr. i
BROOKER. every Miss Thelma's i '
students, were visiting 10 E. N. Green. \
and winter here returned to his posi- i
Brooker, spent last Saturday night and Mrs. J. S. Brown were in Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
tion in Trenton, N. J. Saturday. parents, 11 Perry Dover. .
Sunday at New River. Like Butler Monday.Mr ., .:.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker were Little Miss Jewel Moody, of LaCrosse and Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of Among those who visited the State Schell, this week. 12 G. W. Carter.
business visitors to Lake Butler last spent last week in Brooker, the Alnohua, visited the latter's parent., Farm Sunday were Messrs. C. S. Friends of Ellsworth Harper and 13 George S. Elixon. *'sl=
Saturday afternoon. guest of Lottie Gainey. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas, Sunday. Dubes, 0. J. Phillips and Miss' Debbie 14 C. A. Beck.-
Miss Mamie Oliver, of Brooker, I Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and little daughter B. E. Brown made a trip to Jack- Phillips.Mr. .0000000 00'00040 15 C. E. Harper. ;
spent last Thursday at the home of Edyth Jewell, of Dothan, Ala., arrived sonville Saturday on business. D. L. Phillips was transacting 0 0 16 .Chas. N. Dennison. t
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp. last Saturday for an extended Eugene Douglass made a business busines sin Lawtey Saturday after- 0 A HURRY UP CALL. 17 Jerry Bohannan.
Mr. Cecil Cason of Lake City, wasa visit with Mrs. Eubank's parents, Mr. trip to Dukes Saturday.H. noon.Mr. <3> 18 J. M. Prevatt. _'
visitor to New River last Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby. C. Peeples and J. L. Brown were Eodus Green was visiting rela- 'J While -of the other leading o. 19 T. E. Lewis.
G. W. Johns, of near Raiford,' Miss Bernice Parker, of LaCrosse, in Gainesville one day last week and tives and friends at Sanderson Satur- weeklies many of the state have increased 0 20 William M. Bryan. .
was a business visitor to New River spent last week-end here, the guestsof while there Mr. Peeples purchased: a day and Sunday.Mrs. <> their subscription price 6 21 E. E. Harden.
last Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Ford car. E. D. Hilliard, of: the Vander- j 22 E. E. Petty. ,
and Mrs. D. W. Pinholster, of Messrs. Theo. and Everett Clemons, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown visited bilt section, was visiting here Wednes- <> to $2 per year its the old rate Telegraph of $1.50, is Q QS > 23 W. H. Edwards. t

Lake Butler, spent last Sunday at the of Jacksonville, but formerly of this friends and relatives on Water oak last day.Mr. <> maintaining the time is endeavor- 2H.. C. Brannen. \i
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp place, were visiting friends here last Sunday.Mr. W. E. Norman was transacting I and at same 25 Joseph F. Edenfield- -.
J the to
Mr. and.Mrs. Loyd, of St. Petersburg week. and Mrs. N. H. Stokes were in business in Jacksonville Thursday. 0 ing to keep standard paper of up service. 26 W. C. P. Kerce. .
are. spending a few days with !t rs. Rosetta Osteen, of. High Lake Butler shopping one day last -- 0 There highest credits <3> 27 J. V. Edwards. j
Mr. and Mrs.. u. Linnon. Springs, is a guest this week at tne week. are no long on pa- 28 William E. Bradley.
Mr. P. M. Padgett and Mr. Elzia home of her mother, Mrs. Emily Ab- Miller Camp W. 0. W. held an interesting LAKE BUTLER.Miss > per, ink and other materials that <8> 29 M. Z. Sullivan.
.3. enter into the making of the <$>
Loadholtz, of Lake Butler, came over bott.Dr. meeting Saturday night.J. pa- 30 W., M. Overstreet. I:

0 Bills for these things must
to our little town last Friday. Lamb was in New River Mondayon S. Brown and family attended per. 31 R. Taylor.
Harold will teach school here $> be Our 4
paid promptly. means
Remember, Bro. J. B. Crews will professional business. church at Providence Sunday.We 32 J. 0. Johns. \
Messrs. G. B. Colson L and this summer, beginning May 7th. Par,, of paying them is to collect from *
preach at New River at .the Masonic Hodges had a nice rain Sunday after- 33 A. J. Jackson.
: Hall the first Sunday in May at 11 L Johns were attending business in noon, accompanied by some hail. ents who wish their children to at.. <3. our patrons. Therefore, we must 34 John Crosby. ;i :
tend this school had best Miss '3. ask that make <$>
see our patrons payments -
o'clock. Everybody come. he,Bounty site Monday. No damage was done by the hail.C. 35 J. Whitten. j '"
The "Blind Tiger" was somewhat (;pPr. W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, H. Harrison, of Worthington, was Harold at once. Tuition $1.50 per to us promptly. Please do Snot > 36 James Kite, Jr. : .1-
month. 3. wait for us to send two or
. fierce around New River last Saturday t'as.ljere Monday on professional bus- here on business Monday. J ii<'
Mrs. tima Burgess, of Blitchton, 0 three statements. The amount 0 '
night and "growled" at good inesf. <
a ,
manyof Elsie Harrison
the boys. RJfjS. M. S. Pinholster and daugh- ; visited Miss Mabel, of Brown Worthington Mon-- is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. M. l IO each subscriber owes is small, but <3> GOVERNOR CALLS HXD CONFERENCE ".
ej ,Miss Mayme, visited relatives inGainesville day afternoon. Richard and family. in the aggregate the sum cuts a $ AFRlfc 30.
.r the first of the week. Mrs. I. E. Thomas visited relatives Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle visited in Jack- (3. large figure. For instance, there I r
HAMPTON.Rev. Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was Alachua last week. sonville last Monday.Col. 0 are at least 100 persons from <> '
here Monday on legal business. I one day A. Z. Adkins, city attorney, was whom we should have already received TALLAHASSEE, Apri; 25-To con.
;. Mr.,; and Mrs. Moody, of LaCrosse attending business in town Monday. 3 remittances for this year's sider the matter of "Agricultural! Pr:
. W. T. McGuire, of Palatka, was visited friends here the last of the LAWTEY. Miss Carter, one of the high school 3 subscription. This aggregates 3> paredness," Governor CatU has called
;.. a visitor here Tuesday.* week. teachers, went over to Jacksonville .!> $150. This amount would go a Q a conference to be held :n the capital
,. W. H. Robinson, of Eldred, St. Lu- Among those who had business in .,last Sunday. '!> long way toward meeting our <> April 30, and a committee of the lead.
cie county, was a business visitor here Starke Monday were L. A. Brown, Dr. Miss Lizzie Herlong returned to her L.:A. Duncan is building a neat little bills. $ ing agriculturists and representative
.: both Saturday and Tuesday. I A. E. Russell, G. W. and A. A. Hazen. home in Lake City the first part of the cottage near the lake for his cook, 4 <> business men of the stat has been ap
:. Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Cam- Mrs. E. L. Crosby returned to her week, after spending several days hereas Kibby Lamar. <$> <$> $> 0000 + + $ .i., GO I pointed to lead in the de berations:
eron were here on official business on home Monday, after a ten-days visit the guest of her sister, Mrs.,Thos. .
.,., Tuesday. F. Adams.Mr. .
with relatives in,Jacksonville.Col. .
-.,...." Harvey Green left Tuesday for Ft. J. C. Poppell, of Starke, was in and Mrs Joseph Thompson and
:. '; : Lauderdale, where he has been sum- Brooker Tuesday on legal business. Miss Beulah Wooten, of Lumber. City,
; moned by the courts of Broward coun- Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and son, Guy, Ga., were guests last week of Mr. and I .!
Mrs. Grover C. Wooten.Mr. I
motored to Starke
Tuesday afternoonto
, -' The quarterly conference held at the ; do shopping.The Cliff Andrews, of Jacksonville,
Methodist church beginning Friday little infant son of Mr. and Mrs. was a visitor at the home of MR and :
evening and continuing over Sundaywas Wallace Crews died of stomach trou- Mrs. A. M. Blanchard last Thursday.A ,. ;;-.
:well attended. Presiding Elder ble last Thursday and was buried Fri- son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jeff COME !
Jenkins, of Jacksonville was present, day morning at the New Hope ceme- Prevatt last Sunday morning.
and added much to the interest of the tery. He was sick only four Jays before Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore returned .
occasion. the end came. The entire comWihity home Sunday from their wedding trip :,
W.-P. Pitts was a business visitorat sympathize with the bereaved to St. Augustine and other places of ""
Lawtey Wednesday.The paren'ts in the loss of their only son. interest on the East Coast. >.'-'
community lost an aged and .EAV. Walters filled his regular ap- Elder H. V. Skipper, of the Second
highly respected ctiizen in the deathof point/nents at the Free Will Baptist Advent Church, of Bishopville. S. ,C., ;.
Mrs. Amelia Beck, mother of Charley I church last Saturday and Sunday. is holding services every evening at '
;, A. Beck. Mrs. Beck passed away : the Town Hall.
Everybody remember to attend the
: ; Sunday, April 15th, after a lingering I union meeting at the Baptist church Rev. W. F. LaRowe, of the Christian Starting SATURDAY APRIL 28th 1917. f.
illness, at the extreme age of 84 years. here this week-end. church at Hampton, preached to quitea ,
Master Robert Dover left Wednes- : large and interested congregationat
day for his home in Gastonia, N. S., the Town Hall Thursday evening.Mr. Continuing until all Dry Goods Shoes ,
and was accompanied by Broadus Har- WORTHINGTON. J. B. Florrid, of Starke, was a ,
J; din and Gerald Middleton. visitor to Lawtey last Sunday.Mrs. Hats and
Arthur Watterson, of LaCrosse, Va., W. A. Jones was called to Hol- Clothing are entirely closed out.
is visiting'at the bedside of his mother A chicken pilau was given at the land, Va., Monday on account of the ill- i:
Mrs. J. W. Watterson, who has been home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, of ness of her grandmother, Mrs. Mil-
very sick for the past two weeks.M. this place Friday night. It was well
L Watterson, accompanied by; attended and everyone report a nice teer.Mr.. A. B. Prevatt, of Starke, was A fine chance to stock with necesi i
his brother, Arthur, motored over to time. ( visiting relatives and friends in Law- up
Gainesville Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Phillips, accom- tey last Saturday.Mr. .
The Sunday school convention of the panied by Mr. A. B. Shaw, made a trip George Wilkerson, of Highland, sary Supplies for Fall and Winter when
Santa Fe Association will convene with to Brooker Sunday afternoon. was visiting friends in Lawtey Sun-
the Baptist church at Waldo Friday Miss Bernice Parker, one of our
evening and will continue over Sun- Normal students, spent the week-end day.Mr.. Gus Peeples left Monday for prices will simply be prohibitive.
day. The Waldo church has extended with relatives in Brooker, attending North Georgia.Mr. .
a cordial invitation to the people of services there during her stay. and Mrs. 0. G. Taylor and Mr. -010...,
Hampton Several of the normal pupils attended and Mrs. Harrington, of Washington,
A The newly organized Women's Christian services at the Brooker Freewill D. C., are guests this week at the Look .
,. Temperance Union met in regu- Baptist church Saturday and Sunday.We Jackson Hotel. for 'it t
lar session Monday afternoon at the areg lad to report that Mr. Ury Miss Bertha Lawrence, of Jackson-
Christian church. The meeting was Spires is improving. We miss him at ville, spent Sunday at the home of her "
:, well attended and an interesting program school very much and hope him a parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. B. law-
was rendered. The next meeting speedy recovery. rence. "MAIN ENTRANCE I
i will be held Monday, May 7th, at 3 p. We are sorry to note the loss of one Mr. W. H. Andrews, of Lake Butler,
! m., at the residence of Mrs. Nimmo, of our normal pupils, Miss Minnie Ha- was a visitor Sunday at the home of
; ;- when the following program will be zen, who was unable to attend longer. his son, Mr. J. S. Andrews.Mrs. .
rendered: Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, Misses T. E. Adams and little daughter -
I Song-By Union. Annie Sykes and Eulee Boulware mo- left Tuesday for Lake City, where
i Bible Lesson-Mrs. J. Allen. tored to Lake Butler Monday after- they spent several days with relatives. BIG SALE"
r Prayer-W. G. Seals. noon.Mr. Mr. J. F. White came up from Neals,
i Discussion-Rev. W. F. LaRowe. and Mrs. H. J. Davis, of this AJachua county, and spent Saturdayand
4 :- Solo-Miss Evelyn Seals. place, made a short call at the homeof Sunday with his family here. .

E ., Essay-Miss Ada Nimmo. Mrs. Davis' brother, Mr. Steve Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was
f Recitation-Miss Mabel Seals. Williams recently.Mr. transacting business in Lawter last u.t'
. Solo-Mrs. LaRowe. Barney Andreu who is in the Friday evening. -.-
: ': Reading from memory-Mrs. A. A. barber business at Lake City, made a Mr. W. H. Robinson, of Fort Pierce,
Futch. business trip to Worthington Monday was a visitor to Lawtey the first partof Next door
, Benediction. afternoon. the week. west of Lawtey State Bank. Ii
Mr. John E. Simmons has moved Miss Gertrude Thomas, of this place, Mr. E. E. Bu'rney and family were
\ with his family from Waldo to the was visiting friends and relatives in visitors to Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. ,
i Hagan building. Mr. Simmons has accepted Brooker the latter part of last week. and Mrs. Arnold Crews and l...
the position of foreman with Rev. S. W. Sheffield filled his regu- children, of Jacksonville, were guestsof
the People's Garage. lar appointment at the Methodist relatives in and near Lawtey sev- f
Mervin L Rawley and Chip Turner church here Sunday. eral days last week.
y were business! : visitors to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L R. Osteen, Mr. and Mr. Reason Lastinger and familyare
: Monday. Mrs. L G. Osteen and Miss Bernice moving this week to Daytona.
' Rev. John Mullady, who has been Parker were the guests of Mrs. L R. Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his reg- H. G. Peace Mercantile
engaged in ministerial work at San- Osteen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. ular monthly appointment at the Law- ( Gompauy .i
; dersonville, Ga. for the past two McLeod, Sunday afternoon.Mr. tey Baptist church last Saturday and
months, is visiting his family here. I C. M. Andreu.was a business Sunday. ,
Rev. L A. Odum, of Montgomery, visitor here Saturday afternoon. Lawtey and vicinity was visited bya
.. Ala., visited his brother, W. B. Odum, Mr. Gomez Martin was a week-end severe hail and rainstorm last Sun-
who has been very ill, and on Monday I visitor at Bell the latter part of last day afternoon. In the immediate vil-
carried him to his home at Montgom- week. lage very little hail accompanied a Lawley Florida j
eryo: His many friends here hope for I Mr. D. W. Hazen, of Brooker, was somewhat heavy rain and no damage il
.. his speedy recovery. i here on business Friday afternoon. resulted, but in East Lawtey and along ,
Mrs. F. E. Henry left Wednesday I Mr. Loney Morgan, of Brooker, mo- the east side of the railroad the hail .I ..
for Plant City where she.is-the-..guest- I to red to Worthington Monday after- fell in torrents and in some places it jt
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