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: May 4, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor

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Senate Gave Measure A Vote of RECRUITING OFFICER HERE WASHINGTON)' L-The Unit- France as a final earnestness of the HONOR nOLt''!I Spoke in Favor-of Measure
ed States stands ready to send an army I American participation, but there is I To
Y, 81 to 8-House Vote Was E. C. Scott and Paul Baisden Will Join to Europe whenever the allies deemit reason to believe that they have taken Names of Those Who Paid Subscription Tax Lands of State Convict

Recorded 397 to 24. The Signal Service. I wise to divert the necessary ship- i I a somewhat more detached view than During April.N. Farm in
: ping from transporting food to the the French. Overcome by the whole- Bradford County,

Lieutenant Lembert E. Smith, recruiting transporting of men. heartedness of American cooperationin A. Conner, M. A. Blackwelder, and Despite Unfavorable Re-
SPEAKER CLARK SCORES"ALOTOFOLDSKUNKERS" officer U. S. A., is in Starke It became known definitely today the war, they believe that the one Mrs Della Parrish W. C. Kerce, Jas.S. .
I receiving and that the the essential is marshal the port of Committee Made
acting on 'applications government has offered to common Brown, W. M. Edwards, Mrs. S. J. ,
for enlistment. He makes his head- allies troops but has suggested that resources to the greatest advantage. Sternburg, A. A. Douglass, B. L. Smith' Friends for Measure and GotIt
quarters at C. P. Cason's drug store. the alarming shortage of world ship- With their responsibility for tonnage Mrs. Lucy Hemingway, Mrs. S. F.
1 MINOR DIFFERENCES IN TILE Up to Thursday morning the follow- ping may make it impossible to send their decision about the advisabilityof Hamrick, Wash Roberson, Dr. O. L. on Calendar.
NECESSITATES A ing had been accepted: E. C. Scott them at once. In spite of the objec- sending an expeditionary force is Haynes T. H.
TWO BILLS Halligan, J. W. Watts, I --
and Paul Baisden, both for the signal tions of the general staff to puttingan uncertain. F. H.
, MINIMUM AGE Long, H. P. Padgett, B. A. Tho- (By Claud F. Johnson in rimes-Union)
corps, Baisden left for the rendezvousin American force on the firing line r Alvin Leonard
mas, J. F. Rhoden, J.
j LIMIT FIXED AT 21-BOTH Jacksonville Wednesday, and Scott before the great war army has.been Brazil Foreign: Minister Resigns.Rio A. Culver, J. C. McRae, Joseph Bolt, TALLAHASSEE)' 1-Special( )
. HOUSES FAVOR INCREASED left Thursday morning. G. A. Anderson raised and trained, the administrationhas Janeiro, May 3.-Dr. Lauro Muller H. R. Sapp, James Hayes, Errol Al- -Senator Andrews, of Bradford coun-
the automobile man, has stood the determined that the small contin- has tendered President Braz his varez, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, G. H. Ben- ty, made his maiden spet''h in he senate .
: PAY FOR SOLDIERS. preliminary examination and may en- gent earnestly desired by France for resignation as minister of foreign af- nett, D. G. Kelly, L. E. Dowling, Rich- I this afternoon, and in support of a
list for service in the engineering di- moral effect shall be sent as soon as fairs. The government has received ard Albert, T. S. Williams, A. J. Un- i bill which is of considerable interest.
WASHINGTON May an vision. Cleo ("Buck") Kite is anxiousto possible. The general belief here is information that the Brazilian minis- rieihili! T. G. Futch J. F. IVnnett, S. ,Senator Andrews not bring equipped
overwhelming majority both 2.-By the sen enlist, though at this writing he that the way soon will be found. ter to Germany has been ordered de- :.! r'trgers, Chas. Darby, 1:. A. Tho-'with a. fog.horn voice was granted
has not been Whether the force tained in has the .permission to speak from
and house Saturday the accepted, pending advices first to carry the Berlin and ordered .13 Young Trading Co., L. L.1 tn h. the centerof
ate from headquarters.The Stars and Stripes into battle in France detention of the German minister to Mrs. 0. A. Griffis S. D. the floor and acquitted himself in
R. A.
administration bill to raise war ,
;, selective draft. The final a roll army calls boys who go to serve Uncle Sam shall be made up of regulars or National I Brazil, who is on his way to Uruguay. Wells, T. F. Gaskins, S. V. Andrews,i splendid style. y;
by have the hearty wish for success by Guardsmen or both has not been Brazil has drawn one step nearer to J. S. Griffis I The bill under consider aticn provided -
Rev. G. F.
into line behind the bill Scott, R. R.
: brought who many had .worked out. The subject was not dis- war with Germany, and today is one Taylor, L. L Geiger, Hugh Alvarez, ; that the lands of the state located ,
senators and representatives cussed at today's cabinet meeting, but of three countries who are hovering on C. S. Durling N. D. A. I fin Bradford county, and<<1 used for the
for the volunteer system until I Wynn, R. Grif-
fought all.MANYLIVESLOST Secretary Baker remained afterwardfor the brink of the maelstrom which has fis W. F. A. ,state convict camps anal Farm, be placed -
decisive defeat of'volunteer Harnage, J. Miller, J. W.
routed by
a conference with President Wil- convulsed two-thirds of the world. on the tax bonks of that county.
Green A.
F. Murrhee Mrs. F. A.
amendments earlier in the day in both ,
and China the other two The bill had received adverse :
Norway an
are committee -
> houses. son.Little Bryan, Mrs. N. B. Hull, E. E. Canova,
i doubt exists that the French countries which may shortly be addedto W. M. Reddish H. report, and following! custom,
H. Parmenter J.
The senate, which had voted down IN SINKING OF will gladly put up with any sacrifice the -lengthening list of Ger- M. Rising, H. F. Parmenter, Dalton, ;.Senator Jones, of Pt'n.-acola, moved
i the volunteer plan, 69 to 18, passedthe the indefinite
necessary to have American troops in many's foes. The possibility of Nor- Carter, Lorenzo Green, Mrs. R. M. o postponement of the
bill by a vote of 81 to 8. In the France of the measure. The fart that the
as the great plea of their mis- way's entrance into the ranks Prevatt, F. W. Edenfield, Lucian Wain- bill was
house the vote against the volunteer sion has been for troops with the allies is based on the havoc wrought right G. W. W. i unique in providing for taking state
Burney, B.
plan was 313 to 109 and that by which AMERICAN SHIP American flag. They have pointed out among the Norwegian mercantile ma- ney, D. C. Kinlaw & Co., Sam King, :.property and had conic balk to the
the bill itself passed was 397 to 24. that this is needed to convince the rine by German submarines. Her ship- F. A. Hess, J. W. Griffis, C. L. Moitt, senate with an adverse committee report -
As passed by the senate the measure Germans beyond a doubt that all the ping is threatened with extinction. Harley Keen, C. R. Neal, R. A. Red- was enough t.) kill it by'the indef-
provides for the draft of men betweenthe resources of America has been thrown inite postponement route without de-
Isaac -N.
of 21 and 27, while in the AMERICAN TANKER VACUUM Starling, H. F. Red- ,bate but when the
ages into the battle. )Ir. and Mrs. J. L. Peek have movedto ding. distinguished sen- j
house measure the age limits are fix- SUNK BY GERMAN U-BOAT The British also are known to be the new Andrews cottage, corner ator from Bradford had finished' his ;
'\ ed at 21 and 40. This and lesser discrepancies anxious to have American troops in Madison and Bay streets. :speech he had made many friends for
will be threshed out in con- the measure. Senator Andrews an- .
. ference early next week so that the CAPTAIN AND PART OF CREW, I -- ---- ---- ,swered the argument I hit: it was setting J

.' bill may be in the hands of the president THE NAVAL LIEUT. AND NINE i' a bad precede by stating that of
as quickly as possible. The war GUNNERS o the 18,000 acres of land owned by the 'I
department already has completed BURNS UPHOTELTUESDAY state, only about 3,000 were in actual j
: plans for carrying it into effect. 'use; that the state boujrht practically 3

.;' Both senate and house adopted some LONDON a)' 2.-The Americanoil ly all of its food and othtr Supplies in \
'1 amendments just before the final roll steamer Vacuum has been sunk. MORNGCITY bulk and outside of IlraJfvrd county .
I call which would greatly increase they The captain and part of the crew, and and that while the taxpayirs of that '
pay of enlisted men during the war. the naval lieutenant and nine American county were forced to build feood roadsto
\ The house provision would make their naval gunners are missing. and around that inhUution and 5!
pay $30 a month, and that approvedby The Vacuum was sunk by a German HOTEL ON WALNUT build special schools thefor the ;!
the senate would fix it at $29. The submarine on Saturday while she was Children of the employes u' the state 3
present pay is $15. on her way to the United States. STREET TOTAL LOSSTW.0 prison, not one dollar was received <
.i' In' the house at the last moment I The chief mate and seventeen men, back in the way of taxes fob the build- 1
; Chairman Fitzgerald of the appropriations including three of the American navy PERSONS HAD NARROW ing of these roads and the'support of '
committee, objected vigorouslyto these schools. senator Andrews said
J gunners, have been landed.A ESCAPE VERY LITTLE SAVED :
. to the appropriation of, $3,000,000,000 boat containing the master of the Mi j' that no other state institution had sucha
j carried in the bill for the expense oft ship and the remainder of the crew, BOY SCOUTS PRAISED.The : large acreage and certainly not one *
the new army, and the section finallywas together with the lieutenant and nine ( ''of any size that was not in use, but
eliminated. Mr. Fitzgerald declared .naval gunners, is missing. that if they did have he would be in
'I that "to place this vast sum in City Hotel, owned by W. N. favor of that county having such lands

it 1 I the hands of the secretary of war egraphed me, and I know who is at Murdaugh, and situated on Walnut placed on the taxbooks far the purpose ,
\ would make of congress a mere auto- the bottom of it, and I can take a dou- ; : street, between Pennsylvania avenue o of assessing them for county taxes. ;
maton," and promised that if the sec- ,barrelled shotgun and run out of my : and Palmetto streets, was almost totally The senator said<<1 that the amount of \
tion were voted down the committee district every man who sent me a tel- destroyed by early Tuesday county taxes on the lands in question ]
would provide funds promptly in a sep- egram to vote for conscription, and, if BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL morning. would amount to about $1,800 a year. 1I \
arate measure. school doesn't keep too long, I will runa This fire, owing to the fact that the I Senator Farri::, of Jacksonville, fol- !
Among the amendments adopted in I few out, too." building was a large'frame structure lowed Senator Andrews and made a 1
the senate was one which would per- An amendment by RepresentativeGood three stories high, bid fair in the beginning I strong plea in favor of the bill and 4*
mit ,Col. Roosevelt to recruit a volun- 06 Iowa, doubling the pay of en- COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF THE to be disastrous to the whole i against the motion to indefinitely post- ,
teer force for service in France. listed men in the army during the war neighborhood, but the air being calm, pone same. lie was followed by Sen- s
'4 Many of the more radical amend- was adopted, but generally is expectedby the fire-fighters numerous and efficient ator Baker of Clay county, who not ):
ments adopted are expected to be discarded administration leaders to be thrown BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL and the water plentiful, it did not only favored the passage t:of the bill, '
in conference and administration out in conference. spread beyond the building where it but paid several high compliments to

leaders hope to restore virtually :. Among the more important amend- originated.Mr. its author. Senator Baker said thatat
all of the important features before ments adopted in the house was one I Jos. Dorsey, a plumber living at first he was opposed to the measure
the bill goes to the president. The empowering the president to exempt The commencement (Weber-Iris Eperson and Joe Wain- the hotel, was the first to be aware of but that when he saw it wis introduced -
question of ages probably will form .from tt draft in his discretion per- Bradford County High School wright., the fire. This was about 1:50 a. m. He by his colleague from a jieighboring ;
brace Sunday Monday and I Piano Trio, "Wedding March from seized hammer and he looked into the erits of the
the biggest barrier to a quick conference sons engaged in agricultural work. An- a ran from one county, > J.
agreement. other would require each state to fur- evenings, May Cth, 7th and Midsummer Night's Dream" (Mendelssohn door to another, waking up the other measure and was heartilypn favor of 1
the exercises to be held at )-Miss Lorena Alvarez, Ruby inmates. E. P. Duncan of Tallahassee its
Senator Underwood offered amend- ;nish a quota of men, apportioned according passage. t
ment to bar liquor from members of to population, and still another school auditorium.The Poppell and Avery Tison. bank examiner, who was also a The motion to indefinitely postponethe 1
congress. i provides that "no bounty shall be paid baccalaureate sermon Reading, Selected-Miss Lucile Ta- guest, after hurriedly dressing, ran bill was lost by a large: vote and
The debate brought some dramatic I to induce any person to enlist," and preached Sunday evening! at tum.Piano to the 'phone and gave the alarm of the bill, after an amendment offered
passages in both senate and house. In that "no person liable to military ser- thirty by Rev. T. L. Z. Barr Trio, "Overture"-Misses An- fire. It was not many minutes beforeour by the senator from Bradford, went to .1
the senate the issue was fought out on I I vice shall hereafter be permitted or Methodist church. It has' been na Canova, Cleo Mitchell, Mrs. Hughes alert firemen arrived'on their mis- the engrossing committc?, and will '
Senator McKeller's amendment, which allowed to furnish a substitute for I tom here for many years past Chorus, "I've Lost My Gal." sion of saving. take its place on the cr.lerjar of bills !

would authorize a call for 500,000 vol- such service.In nately invite the ministers of Tuesday evening the graduatingclass Opinions as to where the fire originated i- on third reading.
unteers and not put conscription into the senate there was a long debate ous churches of the city to will be the center of attraction, seem to be divided. :Mr. Mur .
I effect unless the half million men did over the proposal to prohibit the commencement sermon, and and the following program will be pre- daugh has it that he fire started near safety. A laddc r was then brought by j
not respond within ninety days. Mr. I I sale or possession of intoxicating liquor the Lt'nor falls to :Mr. Barr. sented: the rottf of the ell-portion, above the which Mr. Durling reached'the ground. 1
McKeller pleaded that this plan would during the war. Several amend- will bf furnished by the Piano Duet, "Commander in Arms" kitchen stove, the ell being two stories Meanwhile the firemen tried to save \
not interfere with the draft plan, but ments were adopted, including one to and the combined church I Dorothy Edwards and Ethel Griffin. high. But some of those who first ar- the burning building, but it had been
I would "show the world that we are a make it unlawful to sell or give liquorto of the congregations in the Essay, "Our Aim, Success-Our rived on the scene said that the flames consumed almost to the grpund before
t:' I patriotic and not a conscript nation." officers or men in uniform or to unite on this occasion. I Hope, to Win," Class Motto-Dray- appeared to come out of the main the flames were gotten under control.
,! Senator Trammell reopened the draft members of congress, or other officials, Monday evening's exercises ton Colley. building. No one lived in the third But the garage anti the servants' *"
... 0 question by offering an amendment and then the senate reversed itself and gin r.t 7:45. A mixed program Class Prophecy-Lois Terry. story, and as the weather was warm, building were saved also tfie residenceof <
proposing to substitute the volunteer adopted a substitute simply forbiddingthe rendered consisting of music' Piano Solo, "Minuet" (Paderewski- there had been no fires: in the fire A. Z. Ad kins;, just across Pennsyl- ]
system throughout the bill. It was rejected sale ,of liquor to soldiers in uni- by Mrs. Hughes' music class (Chopin-Cleo) Mitchell. places. vania avenue.' A slight breeze was ':
' by an overwhelming roar of form and giving the president wide by the high school pupils Class-llistory-Clara Moitt. The flames spread over the house blowing toward the northeast and car- i
I R, "noes." discretionary authcrity to make other Case of Suspension." This Essay, "The Woman of TodayBessie and downstairs with great rapidity.A ried a rain of burning !,articles of J:
I In the house there was no roll call. prohibition regulations.An with college student life and Terry. few pieces of furniture and bed wood over the Ray cottage just north
The long fight came to a close early amendment by Senator Curtis humorous incidents that will Piano Duet, "Polish Dance" (Schan- clothes were saved for Mr. and Mrs. of the hotel. But, luckily; Mr. Olen'I
: in the afternoon, when Representative stipulated that men subject to draft dl l fun loving people. The nenka)-Misses Lucile Tatum and An- Murdaugh: who occupied part of the W. White and Chas. Futch'arrived in
Kahn of California moved to strikeout I who voluntarily present themselves to include teachers, an old maid Waltz"e na Canova. first story. Prof.. S. Dowling, whose time, climbed up on the r'cof, and by
the volunteer provision written into I I hp recorded as volunteers, was accepted college students.On I. Piano Solo, "Minuet" (Paderwski-) rooms were on the second floor, found means of brooms and the water hand-
the bill by the house military com I by Chairman Chamberlain and went account of the expense Florence Andrews. himself unable to save but a small partof ed them by a sqaad of Boy&couts, Bayed -
'( mittee. As the result became apparent into the bill.Another rams and the speaker from a Piano Solo, "Second Rhapsodie Hon- his belongings, and lost trunk, the building. The work of the Boy
the members and those in the galleries I long debate was evoked over on Monday evening a small groise" (Franz List)-Miss Anna Ca- clothes, books, etc., of much value to Scouts was much admire-d'and praised ,
;::' broke into cheers, while Speaker Clark amendments by Senators Thomasand charge of ten oents will be nova. him. T. L. Goodwin, civil engineer, on ah sides. ; :
Chairman Dent, of the military com- LaFollette to exempt from con- Mrs. Hughes' class in Class Poem-Miss Doris Law. and Mr. Barnett, express messenger, The rain of cinders teas carried
f ,- mittee, Chairman Padgett of the naval scription those having "conscientious give the following program Class Will-Miss Eunice Robinson.Dr. on the Wannee branch, each lost some across Ninth street, aril the row of
.: committee and other Democrats who objections" to military service. Both evening: Harry S. Trusler, Dean of the lof their belongings. Mr. and Mrs. C. stores along the south side would have .J
fj had fought the administration's plan were defeated without a roll call, and Opening Chorus, "We Law Department, University of Flor-1 S. Durling were not only heavy losers burned up if heroic efforts. The roofs i
t sat silent. Miss Rankin, of Montana, the bill's exemption proposals left un Blossoms of Spring"School.Piano ida, will deliver the commencement ad- 'but had narrow escapes from injuries. of one or two building; actually caught t J
voted with the volunteer advocates. changed.The Duet "Flower Song" ( ) dress. Dr. Trusler is one of the best They occupied the southwest portionof fire. T. J. Griffin, the dept agent, and
Throughout the remainder of the senate approved an amendmentby Vivirette Floyd and Iris speakers in the state, and is called up- the second story of the main build- A. P. Hoffman, the expiesl agent, has- J
4 house debate pro-volunteer members Senator Stone which would definitely Piano Duet, "Spring Song" ( on to deliver a' good number of ad- ing. :Mr. Durling is a commission mer- tened to take measures tcj protect the -1
the draftto ssohn and dresses of this kind every year. He chant who tired from his work fire. in northeas-
frequently re-opened discussion of confine the operation of )-Franks Colley very depot from Going & !
.' their proposal, the climax coming when the period of the existing emergency Andrews. will be especially welcome here as sev- the day before, slept so heavily that, terly direction from the former City .
Speaker Clark declared he might drive and another by Senator New pro- Acting Song, "Who's Afraid? eral of the Starke legal fraternitywere when he finally awakened there was no Hotel, one may pick up charred sticks :
out of his district some of those who viding that notwithstanding exemptions and Isla Poppell. his students. time to save anything but a few valu- a quarter of a mile away. ;
had urged that he vote for conscrip- each state must furnish its quotain Piano Trio, "Camp of The graduating class is composedof ables. Mrs. Durling gathered up her Mr. Durling had a nu'mt.er of deeds :
tion. proportion to its population. Chair- ((Hoist)-Kate Young, Ethel Misses Doris Law, Lois Terry, Bessie jewelry and :Mr. Durling his gold and other valuable papers in a document I '
.. "A lot of old skunkers all over the man Chamberlain accepted another and Nellie Mott. Terry, Clara Moitt, Eunice Robins watch and then they tried to save box of tin. He found thebox, in
:" country who think that nobody is going amendment authorizing the presidentto Piano Trio, "Pagea t" ( and Mr. Drayton Colley, being the themselves. They found it impossibleto the ruins, but all of the papers were
I to be forced into this war except raise by voluntary enlistment or Spaulding) Margaret largest graduating class in the his leave the house by means of the partly, and score entirely, charred.
boys from 19 to 25," the speaker said, draft, such "special and technical Dorothy Edwards. Ethel tory of the school. These students have stairways. They got out through a Though they lost much, Mr. and Mrs.
"and that their miserable, cowardly troops" as he deems necessary. Mr. Flag Song and Drill- done excellent work during the past window to the veranda roof beneath, Durling are glad that they escaped
hides will be safe, have ben 'sending Chamberlain said this would apply Piano Solo, "Voices of year, and the High Schol faculty have and from there, by the help of her without injury.
telegrams here. I know them. I know particularly to railroad and other Ruby Davis. every reason to be proud. of their at- husband and those standing below,
; every man in my district who has tel- workers of this character. Piano. Duet, "Santa Lucia tainments. :Mrs. Durling reached the ground in (Continued on Fare 4.)

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A cordial invitation is extended to last Friday. MEMORIAL CSEItC15

end.Mrs.. A. A. Hazen has been quite ill the ladies to attend the meeting of the / :Mr.: and Mrs. B. F. Sprinkle, of

s for the past ten days, but is now slow- W. C. T. U., Monday afternoon at 3 Reedsville, N. C., have returned to .4

1 ly improving. o'clock. their to their home, after visiting their According to the custom of the ..7

i Misses Fannie Wynn, Alice Agin and Rev. W. T. McGuire, of Palatka, son, Mr. H. L. Sprinkle, and family.Mr. South, on the afternoon of tbe:2gthof'!

News Items Mary Moore, of Starke, ,'isitedliss was a visitor here Tuesday.Our A. B. Ware, who has been visiting April, at three o'clock, at tlie.'Hetho. ?.

Mayme Oliver last Sunday and attended farmers are exceedingly busy. his parents at Worthington, pass. dist church, the United Daughter of '% '

the Union meeting here. We believe in preparedness, and just ed through our city last Monday on the Confederacy held memorial l exercises :
his home in where he is in honor of the "' ,
now is a good time to prepare. way Mayo, Confederate dead *
laUrMtintf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our There is a probability that the meet- engaged in the drug business. He and the living veterans. "

I., Regular Correspondents.. LAWTEY. ing of the State Association of Post spent Monday with his sister, Mrs. The Chapter Historian, Mrs]. J. u. -*,'

I masters may be postponed, as it seems W. M. Overstreet.Carl Alvarez, arranged the patriotic: program .,.
patriotic for every government official Knight and family, T. F. Rivers ; Rev. T. L. Z. Barr was thi? orator -'

1 Mrs. J. D. Randall returned home to stay at his post of duty just and family, A. E. Proctor and A. J. of the day, while the music was;under *:-

It Dennis Roberts and Inman Harrisonof Monday from Atlanta, Ga., where she now. Dekle attended the singing convene the direction of Mrs. Barr. Thi Church .;f;

GRAHAM. Worthington, was in our commun- spent about a week with friends. ,w tion in Baker county last Sunday. was appropriately decorated 'jl I'th cut f

,. ity Sunday.Mr. Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter, RAIFORD. Rev. andIrs.\ H. A. Futch, of flowers, laurel witaths, Confederate "

the news of and Mrs. John Beilling visited Miss Mabel, came up from Gainesvilleand O'Brien, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. and United States flags. Mrs.i) L. A. .

I I. We are sorry to report old the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. spent Saturday in Lawtey. R. Maines. Davis, president of the W. if. :Weeks ,

r Dr. W. M. Thomas' little two-year of April.He R. Townsend, of Lake Butler, Saturdayand Rev. and :Mrs.: T. S. Stark and lit- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, with Mrs. E. H. Green and children, of Chapter U. D. C., presided tr the .

i.. gun, that died on the 27th day Ga., for bur- Sunday. tle son were visitors to Starke last their daughters, Misses Kathleen and Branford, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. I meeting, announcing the J..owing

was taken to Atlanta, have the Friday. Aileen and :Mr.: and :Mrs.: W. H. Gra- J. R. Maines. Mr. Green brought them program f

ial. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas neighborhood.Mr. WORTHINGTON. Messrs. W. L. Overstreet and J. S. ham and little son, Billy, all of Starke, over in his car and returned to his Violin, "Battle hymn of thl 1 '

sympathy of the entire Miss Myrtle Andrews were visitors to Palatka, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, S. i home Tuesday. lie" Miss Doris Low I Repub- .'-1.
Henry Altman married on Hastings and Jacksonville the first Graham here Sunday.Mr. I Mr. J. B. Moore has been shipping Song, "Holy, Holy, Holy.' ''
Youngblood were quietly part of last week. made the Norman of Vander- -choir i
at the home of the bride's Quite a large crowd assembled together I Raymond quite a lot of English peas and getting i and congregation, accompanied by....
last Sunday trip by auto.
bile, was in town Saturday.Mr. some fancy prices for them. :Miss Doris Law
officiating. at the Methodist church Sun- Clifford Tam '
parents, Rev L. C Mrs. W. H. Miner, of Starke R. D. Griffis of and
,. John Mullady preached lastLord's day afternoon for the purpose of organizing was a Sapp, was a :Mr. W. C. Townsend was visitinghis Pitt Tomlinson, \iolin; M.is: Myra "
Rev. guest.at the home of her father, Mr. business visitor here Monday family here this week.Mr Barr '
audience. a Sunday school. After organizing organ. i
day to a large E. J. Roberts, last Friday. Miss Vesta last
McGuire will begin a they proceeded with the les Reynolds spent : and Mrs. Sam Singer expect to Invocation-Rev. W. (J. LaM.
Rev. W. F. The sale is still
s big going at the H. week with relatives in Graham.
J I duration at Graham son and each one had the opportunityof go to Gainesville next Sunday where Song'merica"Choir snd
meeting of some C. Peace Mercantile Co. See their ad. Hon. A. Z. Adkins and :Mr. H. C. con.
they will of friends in
night in May, reaping some benefit from being join a party gtegation. :
the second Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone and ,r
on children Richard, of Starke, were business vii
to attend these present.A their automobile and take a trip to St. Reading, "Soldiers of SixFy-one": '"
and we urge everybody Clara, Clyde and Mildred, and Jeanette itors to Raiford Tuesday. I
fish fry was held at Old Springslast i Augustine. Miss Amelia Ray. .
services. Bennett were visitors to Starke last Mrs. W. R. Conner with her "!
F. Mr. J. P. Padgett and Mr. C. B. Saturday evening. A nice supper Sunday. daughter Master Fred Dowling is very ill and Quartette, "Tentilg on the Old Camp :\

Roberts began picking beans on the was prepared by the good ladies of Miss JessieGriffis is fewda's :Mrs. Dona Browning, left Fridayfor has been for about two weeks, but we Ground"Irs.. Emily I Philip, Mr J. :- '
spending a Hastings, where they will visit hope that with the attendance of his F. Kickliter
the Mrs.
month. town and everyone enjoyed the D. E. Krsght 1-
COth of last with and .
relatives in Plant
evening.Rev. City. Mrs. Conner's son, Mr. A. D. Conner, skilled physicians and trained nurses Rev' W. G. Law. *:'.
Thomas, a minister of the Mrs. S. R. Carver, of Welborn, was a potato grower of that place. he will soon recover. Reading, "The Old Sword "
LONG BRIDGE. the guest last week of her brother Mr. Mr. Norman en the
J. R. of Vanderbilt
wasa The Lake Butler
Church of Christ, held services at this D. High School closed Wall"lrs. R. A .Weeks. i _
C. Hood. #
t place last Saturday and Sunday. The Br. J. S. Andrews business visitor here Saturday. Tuesday evening, :May 1, after a very Solo, "Just Before the Batik, Mother" ,
was transacting Sheriff W. J. Epperson in townon
)Ir.' Grover Sapp, of Worthingtonvisited services were well attended and we business in Starke Tuesday. official business successful term, notwithstanding a Mrs-Barr. {
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. hope that each one derived some Tuesday.Mr. great many difficulties that have had Address-Rev. T. L. Z. Hari.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and little .
B. J. Rosier, of the Rosier
to be
efit from them. met.
Benediction Rev. I..
t J. Sapp Sunday. son, R. R. Jr.ere visitors to Starke section kliter.
Bridge; in town .
Mrs. II. S. Warren and little was Saturday.Mr. > The exercises all the
Little Miss Lois Drake and brother,, son, last Friday.Mr. way through The exercises closed with the choir -
Miaz, of Clayno, made call at the and Mrs S. S. Lee, of High- have been very appropriate, and well singing "Dixie in
Louie, of Raiford, visited their grandparents a G. L. Futch was a business vis- land, spent the week-end in Raiford nut frog;; of the --
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt,,, home of Mr. A .B. Shaw last Thurs. itor attended. The baccalaureate sermon church, after which the utojins -
to Starke gave
r visiting their son, R. B. Lee, and !am- was preached last Sunday morning at three cheers.
week. 0
I last day.Messrs. H. D. Randall was transacting
I : )[r. and Mrs. Jim Tison, of Starke,, Dewey Pinholster, and Brady business in Jacksonville last Saturday. ily.Mr.. the school by Elder Willis H. Allen, Mr. Barr's address was a masterly
Joe Thornton of the
Bryan of Lake Butler made shorts I Redding I of the Church of Christ Jacksonville. effort and he
motored to Long Bridge Sunday,. a Mr. I deeply tou--hed the
; over J. C. Cone, Mr. and Mrs. H. :Bridge section business visitor
. ; I in Worthington Sunday after- B'I was a He preached an able yet simple hearts of his audience
1 While there they visited Mr. Tison'r ; stay Bennett Jr., and Mr. L. L. sermon as he !snnl.f'
Sapp, J here Saturday.J. .
r t Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Tison. noon. Ion the subject of character, as displayed jthe past of the South and <-f the '
parents, j visited Mr. L. L. Sapp, Sr., who is ser- S. Register, of Elarbee, was in present -
Messrs. 11.1.:: Drake and Shepherd Mr. Algae Thomas, of Worthington,,, iously ill at his home in the Wateroak town Saturday.Mr. by Daniel. war situation we are fauing. The

I i Moore, of Raiford, motored over to, week.A visited. his parents near Dukes last t section, last Sunday evening. Irwin Griffis, who is in the cross The follows program for the morning was: veterans of J. J. Dickison Ca'np occupied I

,i Yong Bridge Sunday afternoon. Mr.: M. C. Hood, Mandarin, was tie business at Worthington as : 10 -t:: the front seats and wE'rlhhe? center I
is nicely. pie supper was given at the ho spent Song, "All Hail"-By class. of attraction for the afleii.oon
I The debate the often
...... guest last week of his brother, Mr. Saturday and Sunday in town with his
_j. Quite an interesting ram is being tel last Thursday night for the bene- D. C. Hood I Invocation by Rev. L. A. Rawls. showing their appreciatiili of Mr.

i I ; prepared for next Saturday night. Everybody fit of the Methodist and Baptist Don't fai Ho attend the big sale at family.Rev. L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt, was Song, "My Dream" By class. Barr's utterances by reprised ap- .
I churches of Worthington. A Reading of the
cordially invited to attend. great the H. C. Peace Mercantile Co. Scripture. plause. :
transacting business here .
the many pies of various kinds were cooked Saturday.Mrs. Song, "Make Me Class.
i Don't forget Sunday School Mr. Isaac Starling was transacting R. E. Lassiter of New Wise"-By Immediately after the exercises at '.
f Long Bridge school house. Everybodycome. and carried there; it was well attended business in Starke the first part of spent Sunday here. Symrna, Sermon. the church the Daughters of:the Con 'I
and every one reported a nice Song, "Nearer Class.
t the week. Home"-By federacy and a number of their friends
;- Those on the sick list this week are time. Mrs.: M. R. Gill and daughter, Miss here Mr.on J.business D. Griffis, of Elarbee. was The High School play "A Daughterof went out in automobiles to die cemetery i'
t Messrs. Fred Dowling and Jasper Ti Worthington was well representedat Ruth, of Anthony, are the guests of Hardy Harris of Baker the Desert," was presented by the and decorated with flats, laurel :
I son. We hope for them a speedy re Lake Butler Friday night, the at- Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Peace this county class Friday evening, April 27th, and wreaths and flowers the graves of the :
was business in
transacting Rai-
traction being a play rendered by the was one of the best plays ever Confederate and Federal
week. tiers
covery. Mrs. Peace is a daughter of ford Saturday.W. pre sol' also.
school. Mrs. Gill. sented by the senior clas sof the school. Daughters of the Confederacy. I
Mrs. A. B. Shaw, her daughter and J. Stallings, of near the Rosier The evening opened with song
NEW RIVER.Mr. little made Mr. W. E. Torode was a visitor to Bridge section, was in town Saturday.Mr. a by : .
son a to relatives near Starke the boys of the class, "I Am Going to
Bell last week. and Mrs. John P. Coffin and I Raise "
My Boy to Be Soldier.
Mr. a
R. J. Andrews
of the Lake But-
Mr. daughter Miss Ruth, and Mrs A. L.
Brady Owens, of Jacksonville, Soldier." -
W. T. Turner attended the un- was a visitor to relatives in Worthington ler Monday.section, was a visitor to Lawtey Smith, of Johnstown, were visitors to The play was then presented.The Before leaving Stark, Efv. H. G. ,

ion at Brooker last Sunday.Erf Raiford Saturday.Mr. .
meeting last week.
Mrs. cast of characters was as fol- Denison received as a gift !from Dr.
Supt. E. R. Poppell and Col. J. C. Brooker was well represented at Henry Bennett and little daugh J. B. Rosier, of the Redding lows Robt.
ter, Carrie Belle : Hugh Morris a sum t>f money'sufficient
Poppell, of Starke, were business vis Worthington last Sunday afternoon.Come were visiting rela- Bridge section, was a business visitor Ruth
tives in Lawtey last Sunday.Mr. here Arlington, a daughter of the to install electric.lijrhts, with =
itors to New River last Saturday even again, friends. Henry Hudson, of Highland Saturday.Miss desert, Rubye Roberts. attractive globes;, in the neV manse. ,

ing.Mr. Mr. Carl Scaff was a recent visitorto was a visitor to Lawtey last Saturday., in Anna Vivian Graham is visiting Harold Morton, a railroad surveyorand Just prior to leaving here, ,Ir. Deni-
Calhoun Berry, of Orange Mills, our normal at Worthington. Call Mr. M. R. Warne Starke this week. hero, York Colson. son arranged to have the installation
_spent last Saturday night and Sunday again, Carl we're glad to have was transacting Mr. George Jacobs spent the week- Jim made
; you. business in and Parker, a gentleman gambler, and the work has 1K recently
Starke last
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. We areg lad to note the return of near Mon end with his family in Lake City. Fritz Townsend. completed. This manse is ej rj'w one of

Barry. Mrs. Jessie Maines to school. We miss day.Mr. Mrs. S. B. Denmark and son, Tate,
and Mrs. A. A. Smith visited Sheriff Jones, Brodie Mizell. the prettiest and most comi>rtable in
of Starke
Messrs. Jesse Thomas and Clyde her much spent Saturday and
ed during her absence. Sunday
Lucy Ogden the
visitor state.
relatives a to Miss Ar- .
Kingsley lake last Sun-
Parker attended the union at visiting relatives in Raiford. ,
meeting Dr. J. 0. Phillips made a short trip lington, Marion Richard.
Brooker last Sunday. to Brooker Monday evening.We day.Messrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Taylor, of Lake Clarence
Ogden Julian
Dyal and F. F. Dorman, Butler
There was an ice cream supper giv are sorry to state the absenceof of are visiting Mr. Taylor's par- Silvera, the Mexican villain Dan B. Piles Cured Ir e to M pays
at the home of Mr. Mrs. Leon Macclenny, were visitors to Lawtey ents, Mr. and Irs. B. T. ,
and Miss Taylor
... en Bernice Parker from school last in Knight. Yonr: drureiit'will refund tnoijbr if PAZO'
ard Melvins last in hon Saturday.Col. Raiford. OINTMENT fails to rut snycasi;of _
Tuesday night and hope she will soon return. :Musician: I Itchtof.
A. Z. Adkins Miss\ Edna Epperson. Blind BlrrdiDIr H! ..
or of Mr. Arthur Berry. After the business visitor of Starke, was a Mr. Jack Farrelly returned to Rai- ;I IA1IERlCAXS. The first application Protruding fives Ease>a sj6toH ul Rest.< 50t,

:: cream and.cake were served they enjoyed to Lawtey Monday. ford Saturday, after a two-weeks' va- .
i BROOKER. Mr. J. c
Q. Futch was a visitor to cation. .
nice little round dance. At Since
a I Starke talk of war is flying wide,
r; late hour the happy folks departed Monday. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Futch returned And = onc
young flags
I hang from the
for their respective homes, reporting The union meeting of the New Riv- Rev. T. S. Stark filled his regular to their home in Suwannee county I note, with pleasure and with outer pride wall,, i ie
appointment at he
a jolly good time. er and Central Associations held at.. church last Sunday. Methodist Tuesday, after a two weeks' visit with The hyphenated crowd is small. 1 TOMATOPLANllS J j
Mrs. G. W. of Worth- this the 28th relatives in Raiford. The
Mr. and Sapp, place 28th, 29th, ult., Mr. E. J. Roberts has had his men who came across the. sea,
: ington Springs, spent last Saturdayand was largely attended and seemingly just Mr. Sidney Futch made a business To make their home this shore
dwelling treated to upon ,
a new coat of paint trip to Lake Butler
Sunday in New River. enjoyed by all present. There were Mr. J. L. Tuesday. And found the country of the free
Rev. J. B. Crews will preach at New ten ministers in attendance and mes Stalsby is spending a few |I Is all prints claim i
. days at Hastings and more,
River at the Masonic Hall next Sunday sengers from every church represented Mrs. A. L. Bradley prospecting.and children LAKE BUTL! R. I Are seldom traitors to their salt, [

morning, May 6th, at 11 o'clock. in the two associations. Starke, of : This has become their motherland
-- are spending sometime with ;
i : ,
tveryoody come. This was the first time since the or- I relatives here. I And if war comes they'll gladly vault

ganization of these associations that Miss Mary Little Evaline, the baby that was left Upon their chargers, lance in hand. i .
MILLER.There they have ever united with another association Starke \ Stalsby was a visitor. to I at the home of Mr. and :Mrs.: Arthur "We are Americans," they ,
Monday cry
in a convention and it was a The last refrigerator car of berries Dekle recently, will be adopted by Mr. "And will be while this life endures; $1.00 per 1000; I It
novel experience, but there discord and Mrs. L. E. Parrish The
was no for this of Douglass, flag that waves its stripes
on high
season was shipped from Law ..
is quite a little stir among and and Ga. At she is in Is
peace harmony prevailed tey Monday. present the care of ours, as much as it is
some of our farmers concerning an in. throughout the entire session. its usual Lawtey will now resume Msr. H. J. Stewart of this city. Mrs. Our loyalty is to Uncle Sam yours. li s

sect which is infesting the cotton The Brooker and Dedan churches merchants summer quietude.have The commission Parrish is expected here soon to get Who gave us welcome to his ,shores Fine stocky pants oc I II

fields. Come are claiming it to be the and the community as a whole feel all left for her and take her to their home in If warfare ;
comes, just watch
Mexican boll weevil. We have lookedat for the other trucking points except Mr.\ M. us slam from 6.to 10 incho -
grateful praise received for the R. Warne who will Georgia. Mrs. Parrish is a sister of The stuffin' from the foreign bores." I

some of the "bugs" and we don't genial hospitality shown to the union. York some, time this week.return to New Mrs. H. J. Stewart, and is a very estimable Americans, wherever born, I es. All varieties. ;

think they are the boll weevils. Don'tthink At the Sunday morning session Messrs. S. Cline and A. M. lady. The little one will havea In Berlin or Broken Bow! ._ >I t

they are doing any damage as thanks were voted them by the union. have Blanchard good home and be well taken care The hyphen is a thing of

i yet.Mr.. and Mrs. J. L. Brown, Mr. and for:Mr.which J. A.they Pinholster feel very, of proud.Belmore, near the sad home opened news of up Mr.of a the blacksmith Blanchard.The death shop of.Messrs. J. H. Scarboro and D. W. Americans When there, when is threat shades of war of scorn gloom and, woe. F. W. POPE |a ;

Mrs. H. C. Peeples, Mrs. Marion Sullivan spent last week-end with his parents, Pinholster went to Brooker last Tues Are on our Uncle Sammy's
of Theressa, and Mrs. J. N. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Sr. pneumonia of Mr. Lester Griffis was day on business. Americans! brow! J
received is EA.I HN H-
Langford, of Lake Butler, attendedthe Hiss Victoria Douglass is' visiting by wire from Fort Bliss, Texas :Mrs.: Alice Langford, who has been For other no room o | |
last week. Mr. any people now!
closing exercises of the Fort White her sister in Starke for a few weeks. Griffis left here in charge of our telephone office for

High School last Friday night. They Messrs. G. B. Colson, John and El- body last December sent and joined the army quite a long time has resigned her position -Walt Mason. I t) 'O=O ==OClC1 I

report a splendid program, well ren lis Clemons attended business in the The was frommfwypujupjupup and is succeeded by Mr. J. M. ,
was sent from
dered. county site last Monday. Bliss on Little, of Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Lang- ,

Carl Brown has returned home, after Mr. Thomas Baxter, of Jacksonvilleis 'I Sunday by express and will probably ford will be missed by her "', 4
reach here many
spending three months in school at visiting relatives here this week. sometime this week. The friends here. Her prompt and effi-

Fort White. Carl was the prize taker Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pinholster and deceased was born in this section and cient service will be remembered by N. M. SAULS : \
spent all of his life here
in the corn growing contest. in Bradford little son, Garland, of Tarpon Springs, about 26 of and was all. It is understood that she will
j years age. He leaves his
last year. were visitors in'Brooker last week, the move to Starke.
Mrs. Marion Sullivan, of Theressa, guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen. mother, Mrs. D. C. Hood, and two The work is progressing on the ,

is spending several days visiting her Mrs. Pinholster is a sister of Mrs. besides brothers, Oscar and Raymond Griffis, Townsend garage. new Produce Commission Merchant f:
Hon. and Mrs. H. C. other relatives and many
parents, Peeples. Hazen. Mr. Tuck Dowling and ,,
a party of ..
friends ,
Mrs. J. N. 'Langford, of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and little to mourn his death.HAMPTON. friends from Raiford, were here last !;

spent several days last week visiting son, Ressie, motored to Hampton Sunday ,Southern Products :

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tuesday evening and visited friends. Mr. J. D. Cobb is the manager of a specialty

L Brown. Mr. Barney Andreu, of Lake City, the Standard Oil Company in this ; ?

t Albert Miller attended the closing is visiting relatives here this week. place, Mr. J. R. Chastain having re-

exercises of the Fort White high school 1 :Messrs.: L. A. Brown, H. P. Gainey Rev 0. K. Kull, of Oconee, Ga., wasthe ; signed. 135 South Second St. '
last Friday. and E. M. Hazen motored to the coun- guest of Rev. John Mullady, during Mrs. Annie Crabb and daughter, Miss Philadelphia

; Alger Thomas, who is attending the ty site Wednesday to attend to busi- i the week. Inez, returned this week from Jacksonville ,w

i normal at Worthington, spent the ness. Mrs. A. A.Futch and little son, Leslie where they have been visit- OE-

sx week-end with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: P. M." Barefoot spent Wednesday visited relatives at Lake Butler: ing Mrs. Crabb's mother, who has

t Mrs. Roland Thomas. in LaCrosse, the guest of her sister the first of the week. teen critically ill, but we are glad to r

! 1, Dave Walters, of Lake Butler, visited Mrs. B. Parker. We regret to report the serious illness say she is convalescing.

f Marion Waters Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Osteen, of Plant of W. E. Hamilton, section foreman Mr. Othoe Mizell was a visitor to

r Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Clyatt attended City, are in Brooker for a visit with of the G. S. & F. Railway, who Worthington last Monday SMOKE ;

church at Providence Sunday. relatives. is very sick at his home at this writ- Messrs. J. Frank Bennett and G. A. - >s

.- B. E. Brown visited the county site Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of ing. Epperson are shipping quite a lot of '

Honday on business. Louise spent the week-end at the home Mrs\ A. C. Whittaker, of Lake But beans from here.

Earle Peeples has returned home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Mrs.McKinney's ler, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. B. Matthews, the famous well i ALL PURE HAVANAThe

from Fort White, where he has been parents. :Mrs W. E. Hamilton.We driller, returned to his home in Rak

.. in school. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hodges and little are glad, to report that little ford this week. It is very probable

-r B. E. Brown and N. H. Stokes madel daughter, Mildred, left Wednesday Mary Lee Wynn, daughter of L. A. that in a short while he will make Lake popular ,

a business trip to Jacksonville Wed morning by auto for Hilliard, where Wynn, who has been very ill, is con Butler his home. cigar of the South. Made by the

nesday. they will visit relatives for a week. valescing nicely. :Mr.: Percy Rivers was a visitor to STARKE CIGAR

J. S. Brown and family attended Starke, Lake Butler, Hampton, Law- Quite a number of the Hampton people Starke last Monday. COMPANYI

'. church at Providence Sunday. toy, Worthington and, in fact, all of attended the Sunday School con Quite a large number of people from i

i,: Wallace Bailey, of Ellisville, was the sister towns, r<>re well represented vention at Waldo Saturday eveningand Worthington Springs and Raiford attended L Massey, Prop. . StarkeJFla.4'"P '

,J-. in our burg Sunday afternoon. at the union meeting here last week Sunday. the play at the schoolhouse on .



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FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1917.
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-= al.L -.... -" 111 I "BABY WEEK" IN FLORIDA? When chicks d* "
not 1
1 your young >
"- The Secret. grow
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.
country, 'tis of thee, nd thrive they need a toric. B. A.
jSEHe nr"1 1"-""- *"""-" -""""".""".-" --- _- Ii2RP-'- Sweet land of liberty, In last week's issue of this paperwe Ladies desire that irresislible .Thomas's Poultry Remedy; is not only .

Of thee I sing-; asked your aid in making "Baby a tonic but a specific fer J!,3wel trou- I:
L I Live State Land where my fathers died, Week" in Florida a practical success. 11I";!, charm-a good I ble, gapes and other chi k troubles. "'f
Land of the pilgrims pride, Already many individuals and organizations 4AI; complexion. Of course I Get it today. We sell it or. the money \

---- From ev'ry mountain side are sending us money,.applications I they do not wish others back plan. Sold by D. C Jor.es, Starke '

A Told,by Our Exchanges. I Let freedom ring. for homeless children, and pro- to know a beautifier Fla' Al'riH.13- -
....... I I visions, clothing, etc., for our big family has been used they :
My native country, thee, of helpless babies and children. /Ir.'. so ,
Land of the noble free, But we need more friends, more or- t buy a bottle of I
TAMPA.-A receiver has been appointed ]Hampshire and is of a design suggestive Thy name I love; ganizations to help us, and we earnestly i
for the Woodruff Land Company 1 of quiet, simplicity and dignity, I love thy rocks and rills, plead for your immediate aid and Magnolia Balm
of this city. The petition alleges :and yet of grandeur. Ex-Senator W. Thy woods and templed hills; cooperation.Just L.JiYAl! .

because of the use of alcoholic beverages H.[ Milton, of Marianna, presided atthe My heart with rapture thrills think: For the first time in the LIQUID FACE POWDERand Brokers L."acs DUticate.c1/

the president is unable to attendto 1 ceremonies, while the chief addressof Like that above. fifteen years of our werk we have been ute according to timple diredioni Improvement .S Day as f fCi4lved "

the buesiness of the company. Senator the occasion N. P. Bryan.was delivered by ex- unable to take in all the little ones tefresKmg.is noticed Healt at Sunburn.once. Soothing.itop Tan.cooling and ,-Wt !"ViI" roRYTIt,Orden.We\v ST, ., P st.-. lit

Let music swell the breeze, needing our care. Last month we had Pnk. W'Aife. Rose-Rd.
APALACII iCOJ.A.-F1orida'a potato And ring from all the trees, twelve children reported to us in one 75c.at'Dniggliti or tt mail JirtcL .

crop is 47 percent greater this year PALM BEACH.-An interesting Sweet freedom's song; day, needing immediate care in our Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp. The Drives Old Out Malaria Bull 3s Up

than last. Notwithstanding potatoesare sight was noted from Gus' Baths at 11 Let mortal tongues awake, home that we could not take in be- Lyon Mfg Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn.N.Y. GROVE'S Standard TASTELESS general itr'ntihening TO.IC.dri.ea
higher than ever known before. o'clock Thursday morning, when about Let all that breathe partake, cause we were crowded to the doors. Malaria.f nrichf s thr Mood.and! bfcldi tip the
Growers in this city received $3 per three miles to the southward and one Let rocks their silence break, We did not turn these little one's away, i-".. A true tonic. t or""ulti an
bushel for this year's crop. mile out to sea commenced the formation The sound prolong.Our however, but made special temporary :j r

of a waterspout. Up from the arrangements for them, till we could ;.!.!.! +S+i+ '
The following sea and down from the clouds a tiny father's God to Thee, take them in. We always meet the General Insurance : .
ST. PETERSBURG1.- twist was noted growing in bulk as Author of liberty, need of children some f ,
advertisement is from the St. Peters- each moment passed and whirling with To Thee we sing: Now if we had the good homes to It I represent none but FIRST I J. R. Davis\ {

burg Times: Wanted-Young wantsto man greater velocity as it traveled north- Long may our land be bright, place all our little ones in right now LASS companies and will be ) i !
and good position
with money ward. From the north, well in, came a With freedom's holy light, -we could immediately provide for : Instantly on the alert to pro- j
of ladyat i
make acquaintance Intention matrimony.young War Ward liner with its burden of passengers Protect us with Thy might, another house full and so on. iote your interests. Guarantee & Company} j
once. Address Pacifist, care of the and freight, and that boat, too, Great God, our King. Won't you and, your wife take one ourteous treatment to all pa-
reasons. watched the.almost undeviating
course or
Times. and rapid momentum of the spout. .. ,"., ,,;-. ',,. ,.., ,.\ ,,. ,,,'> + ,,;'. .... <.v'. ,i. ,".', ...'> ,.,, '> I If we had the money we could builda rons. A well written policy by :
Meantime the waterspout had come 'e> 0'' larger home-we need one badly. So i first-class agent in a first- INSURANCE i'! ?

TAMPA.-The servants' quarters of closer to the shoreline as the wind *> NOTES BY THE WAY. you see we need your money, too. And lass company sometimes means __ Ii
the Tampa Bay Hotel are being fittedup shifted a bit, but the liner fashionedits !> 0. we need just loads of clothes, provis- much in case of loss by fire. I IJ >

for a hospital for drug addicts of course along the same lines and t. + % + ions, preserves and other things that H. Starke Florida i it"
Tampa who have been thrown on the I also came closer in. When the two Sunday morning the writer went children from one day old on up can C. RICHARD, Starke :-:

publfc by the arrest of Dr. Hammers.It passed there was not more than 1,500 I out to the place of James Hornsby, eat, wear or enjoy. ,
is proposed to give them medical feet distance separating them. Then which had been damaged worse by Won't you do this for our homeless, .' "!.I.!+!

treatment and work them in kitchen came on the heavy clouds carrying the the hailstorm the Sunday before than helpless kiddies? .

gardens as soon as they are able to do torrents of rain and enveloped the waterspout any other, to see how the owner was First. Won't you try to secure at < > (i) r.Automobile

light work. which probably at this time recuperating from the backset.Mr. least one good family home for one of <8S> Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. <& I

broke. Hornsby cultivates about twelve \our homeless babies or older childrenor > December 31, 1916. Trains will
DE FUNIAK.-Congressmen Kehoe acres of land and almost all of it had take one or more into your home? run as follows: 3* OwnersGet

recently called on the Fourth Assis- .. ARES.-Charles Stiebritz, an been replanted to cotton, corn and Second. Won't you send us a dollar, >
tant Postmaster General and upon pre- aged German living about two miles sweet potatoes. The heavy rain made or two, or five or ten, to help us provide Jacksonville to Tampa. Cur Prices before buy.50c.'i

senting to him the receipts of the office east of Tavares, was arrested Monday the ground so wet that no work couldbe for for hundreds of helpless, No. 3_______________10:40 a. m. < ing Tires. .
and other items secured for city morning and lodged in the county jail, done before Wednesday, and Mr. homeless kiddies this year? And won'tyou <3> No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. INDEPENDENT TIRE .:
delivery of mail. Panama City was charged with disturbing the peace, the Hornsby and his children had surely get your church or lodge or schoolor < > No. 15 "Floridian"____ 2:52 p. m. > ,
<> -
another place which came ,under his specific allegation being that he was been busy during the four working Sunday or Woman's Club or Ladies Jacksonville, Fla.,
Jacksonville to Cedar Key.
consideration. An inspector will be armed with shotgun and threatenedto days. The potato beds had been planted Aid or Young Peoples Society or your P. 0. Box 926
a $>
No. 21______________ 4:56 p. m.
here shortly to examine the sidewalksand : take the life of a neighbor. Stie- with bought vines, for the draw bed business firm or friends, or something .

crossings and will put this office brizt is about 74 years of age and it had been so beaten down that it will be else to send us at least a small con- Tampa to Jackscnville. $

for early installation of the is believed that he is mentally some time yet before draws of suffi- tribution-right. now during "Baby __
In shape by some No. 4________ ___ 3:37 p. m.l.o. WHAT IS'LAXFOS
service. unbalanced. A commission has been cient length can be had from it. The Week?" < > 2_______________ 5:20 a. m. $ 1
appointed by Judge Tally to examine cane though beaten down, will prob- Third. Won't you send us a pack- No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. <8J >'
into his sanity. Previous to the time ably all come out again. The only age of children's clothes, or provisionsor fc
ARCADIA.-Ed. Davis, of this city, he went on the war path with his gunit plants that stood the hail were the on- meats or preserves for our kiddies, Cedar Key to Jacksonville. 3>

belong to the immortals for rescuinga is alleged that he engaged in highly ions. They had the soil washed away and won't you get your club or churchor No. 20______________ 9:27 a. m.
drowning maiden near Bartow Sun- incendiary talk, especially when refer- from them and the roots soaked in ice school or lodge or other organizations > ,
crowd of people were denuded ?, Starke and Wannee. LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVE! CASCARAA 1.1
day. A large ring to the severing of relations be- I water, but' they raised their to send us a box or barrel or
at Kissenger Springs, bathing, when'two ttween America and Germany and the stems defiantly. Mr. Hornsby remarked package of articles during this "Babv (Daily Except Sunday) young girls attempted to cross the that the onions stood the Week" if possible? No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. <& t .
declaration of He is said to have
stream. One of them was seived with that war.he direct descendant storm so well because they are Please send all applications for chil- No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45: p. m. <8> CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC :'!.
proclaimed was a <9> <*
cramps and disappeared beneath the invested "strong." dren to our Superintendent. Marcus C. v v LAX-FOS is not a Secret or Patent \
of the Hapsburgs, T. J. GRIFFIN
water. No one appeared to notice her with divine right and that the world Along the tops of the old sweet potato Fagg, 3C1 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville Agent., cine but is composed and of herbs tte
old-fashioned toots ;
distress but Mr. Davis, who needed no powers are now opposing the will of beds are plain high water marks, Fla. Mr. Fagg will gladly Select l'
one to tell him that it was a clear cal God. indicating the height of the hail between a little one for your home. CASCARA BARK i
He did so, and after J
for him to get busy. the ridges. The evening of the Please send all contributions of mon- BLUEFLAGROT

a desperate struggle, succeeded in day of the storm a large number of ey to our Treasurer, R. V. Covington, Clear Away the Waste. RHUBARB ROOT i
landing his unconscious burden. He TALLAHASSEE A. II. Bland- people canie in automobiles to view 361 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. BLACK ROOT ;
stated that he was about "all in" whenhe ing, formerly of Wauchula, but now'a'' the fields and woods covered with hail Please send all boxes, barrels, pack- Bowel health regularity is the secret ol: MAYAPPLEER4OT
good clear
got through! with the task. resident of Bartow will be retired as of from four to fifteen inches, and ages of clothes, provisions, etc., to our and, Dr. King's eyes, New complexions Lift- SENNA LEAVES

an officer of the second Florida regi- they would turn the cars so as to point Receiving Home, 1944 Riverside Ave., Pills are a mild and gentle laxative AND PEPSIN {
ment by unless he demands the headlights in all directions and Jacksonville Fla.
APALACHICOLA.-While diggingin Monday a that regulates the bowels and relievesthe I In LAX-FOS the CASCARA.is Improved:
a shell mound in the rear of Mag- court martial and that body exonerateshim. thus have a weird view of the uncom- Please do iour part-right now- congested intestines by removing the addition of these digesf

polia cemetery Monday some men un- It is understood here that two mon spectacle.The during "Baby Week"-May 1st to 6th. the accumulated wastes without grip-. ents making it better than ordinary
earthed the bones and skull of two peo- officers, whose names vere not given trees on the premises look like If we could show the pictures of all ing. Take a pill before retiring and L CARA,and thus the corobinalion acts
pie. One of the skulls brought to the out, were detailed to proceed to Lake- they had been peppered with shot and our hundreds of little pnes, already in that heavy head, that dull spring fever .. only as a stimulating lasativ|and
business district and exhibited by Mar- land, which is regimental headquarters many of the fence posts bear marks of I good homes, and others needing good feeling disappears. Get Dr. King's; tic but also as a digestive arM liver
shal Murphy, contained a full set of: and secure all state property now the hail. The hail ranged in size from homes, we know you would realize how I New Life Pills at your druggist, only r Syrup laxatives are weak, but -
buckshot to small hen's Several 25 cents. ((3)) combines strength with palatable,
teeth. How in Blanding's charge. It was also reported eggs. great our work really is.
sound years ago
many matic taste and does not or
that Lt. Col. S. Wolfe of windows of the story of the Please
these bodies were interred in this J. upper remember that our work is the stomach. One bottl.' will
mound is not known. They are sup- I Key West, would also be checked out residence were broken. When Mr. state-wide and non-sectarian, and sup- I LAX-FOS is invaluable for (
posed, however, to be the remains of and removed from the service, but this Hornsby saw what was going to come ported entirely and only by voluntary "II COFFINS CASKETS 1 I.Indigestion or Torpid Price
Indians, and probably were buried at I rumor is denied here today. Blanding's he quickly got all his poultry and small contributions of money, clothes and I And a full line of Liver.

this point in 1831 or thereabouts. commission reads "at the pleasure of stock under shelter, and he did not provisions. Over 3QO little ones have Undertakers' Supplies r _:
the governor." J. V. Burke, secretaryto lose any animals; but several pigs be- been referred to us already in 1917.
the governor said that several char- longing to the J. M. Bryan place near- This paper gladly gives this spaceto Always on hand. The best ser- r.1'I Full Supply >of
TALLAHASSEE.-Attorney General ges had been filed and are pending by were killed. help make our "Baby Week" in vice at the lowest prices. Special
West returned from New York Sun- I Between the and Haislop i I COFFINS AND
against Colonel Blanding. It is under- Hornsby Florida campaign a practical success. attention to telegraph orders. I
day night with a certified check in pay- stood that the imprisonment of Private places is a densely timbered swamp, What will you give?

ment for the first installment of the Biggers, a young man from Tampa, but in every little open place there Earnestly pleading for the interest RegisteredEmbalmer I All Sizes and Qualities
half million dollars of Everglades for writing articles from the border were evidences of the weight and violence and aid of every man, woman and _
Drainage bonds of the total issue authorized criticising officers of the national of the hail. A cypress'' tree of child in Florida, we'are your co-work- DeWITT C. JONES Always on Hid

of $3,500,000, and the other guard, is one of the charges againstthe good size had had its thick bark so ers-doing your job The Children's Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston &; Co
will be paid for as the money is need- guard commander. pounded that it had been loosened Home Society of Florida. "Florida's I
ed. This sale was made known some from the wood and torn off in strips. Greatest Charity.." Starke, Fla. : PRICES REASONABLE

time ago, and was made .by a well TO HELP SOLVE LABOR PROBLEM I Pine saplings had lost their needles ---- ._fl I
known New York bond house. This and briar bushes their leaves. In the LIKE "HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT' C. CONE

initial payment on the bonds will en- Sheriff Epperson has received the swamp are numerous palmetto brakes FREE OF CHARGE. :. :.: Fin;w.
able the drainage board to continuethe below letter from Governor Catts: almost impenetrable, whose leaves ,
work or reclamation of the Ever- Tallahassee, April 23, 1917. were often beaten to a frazzle, and Town Aquarium Has Some Queer In- Any adult suffering from cough, coldor I c :_ _
mates Now. bronchitis, is invited to call at the
glades at a rapid rate. Sheriff W. J. Epperson, the brakes looked as though a giant SAVE $150.j
drug store of C. P. Cason Starke and
Starke, Fla. had pounded them with a flail. It -
Dear Sir The get absolutely freely, a sample bottleof Make your Healing Redy at home
My : must have been a tremendous force septic tank near the foot'of Wa-
ST. AUGUSTINE.-CongressmanDrane herewith ofa Boschee's German Syrup, a soothing Get a 50c bottle of Farris lealing Oil,
am enclosing you copy that could so mutilate this'tough and ter street has harbored until lately
has received from a man he and healing for all lung add it to of Jinsee oU and
of remedy a pint set resolutions recently adoptedby stiff vegetation. The banks of the canals myriads of mosquito larvae or wig- '
knows well detailed information as troubles which has successful record have of best
a a pint hef.ing remedy
the Marion County Agricultural that pass through: the swamp had gletails, as they are generally called.
to the alleged operation of two Unlawful of fifty years. Gives the patient a that money can buy. It old sores,
Committes of Marion, county.In been beaten till it seemed that they The town council promised to have the curs
radio stations on the east coastof good night's rest free from coughing, wounds cuts and scratcLs. We sell
view of the labor conditions in
had been trimmed off with hoes, rak- place screened, but has not done so
Florida. The exact location of these with free expectoration in the morn- it. Sold by D. C. Jones, tarke, Fla.
this the in the
state and complication ed and then swept with brooms. An yet, neither is it necessary, as we shalshow.
stations was given, as well as the ing. April-6-13-20-27. f
food and other conditions that have idea of the immense amount of wa- .
names of the persons operating them. been brought on incident to the entry ter that fell can be had by viewing the During the late severe hail storm the Regular sizes. 25 and 75 cents. For
One is said to be a German citizen, of into sale by all dealers in civilized coun- A Telegraph ad will 4dd to yourStrong
this country European trou- great amount of trash swept into the water rose rapidly in Alligator canal.
and the other pro-German in his inten- bles, I am calling your attention to the canals by the water. If such a cloud It was ice cold, and the minnows froze tries. profits. Try one.
tions. Mr. Drane'took the matter up I.... ., . .
provisions of Chapter 3570 and 3571 burst, or water spout had discharged I I till their teeth rattled. Soon the wa-
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with but thoughtit
the navy department, of the General Statutes of Florida as itself over a mountainous country, ter reached the discharge pipe from -
best not to make the locations or amended by Section 5720, Acts of 1907 where the water would have reachedthe the tank, and the little fishes gladly r -

the names of the operators public be- -also a recent act passed at this ses- lowest places at once, everythingis availed themselves of the chance to
fore the government has an opportunity sion of the Legislature imposing a fine its way wound have been carried off enter the stream of warm water pass- i
of the outfits.
to take possession and tax on all solicitors and recruiting but the land around there is flat and ing through it. The tunnel was long

agents, the purpose" which act is to little damage has been done except to and dark, but the cold water rose up]
WAUCHULA.-DeSoto county officials prevent the transportation of laborers the crops and the timber. behind the minnows and compelled

areworking overtime attemptingto from our state. Those who suffered from this storm them to swim ahead, and in course of lU Arguments
get state laws changed so that they In view of the fact that we have will very likely never see another likeit time they arrived at the tank.

will fit a county that spreads over :large acreages of cultivatable land in and this must have been caused by They immediately began to wage a
more territory than.some state! The this state that is not being worked some peculiar atmospheric disturbances. war of extermination on the wigglers, ,

law passed by the last legislature giving -|I t.y reason of the fact that so much of until now there is not one left. Thena To carry less cash often means saving more
witnesses twenty cents per mile lour labor has been taken out of the big, fat, dignified bullfrog arrived,
has knocked a big hole in the fine and and a large portion of that remaining %MEXICO WARNS GERMANS TO saw the minnows dnd decided there money.

f forfeiture fund of DeSoto county and is not inclined to work, I am STAY AWAY FROM U. S. LINE. was an easy place to make a living. A
is denounced as ridiculous from Ar- requesting that you see that these acts moccasin snake next made his appearance To use checks in place of currency is to establish -

cadia. It does give thern witness who are strictly enforced and that Floridabe WASHINGTON, April 30.-Officia upon the scene, saw the frog and a concise record and guarantee an absolute, receipt -
travels 75 or 100 miles to reach his among the first ranks in bread and advices to the state department said thought he would hang up there till he for every expenditure.To .
county sat a pretty good take-off, but all kinds of food production. the Mexican government had warned got hungry, for here was a good mealto

we notice there is no protest going up I make the further request that you Germans in Mexico that any concen- be had. Last came a mud turtle be generally known as a regular patron of
from Arcadia about paying county officers call this matter to the attention of tration of Germans near the American prospecting around. He wasn't hun-
big fees for traveling such dis your deputies and the constables in border will be followed immediately by gry, but the snake will make a square the BANK OF STARKE is to increase prestige and

tances. various districts of your county and their arrest.In meal when the time comes. Our informant standing in the community.

see that no persons are idling or walking conveying this notice the Mexican says that he left the door of
JACKSONVILLE.-Honoring the the streets that would be governed authorities explained that they the inclosure open to admit any prowl- Are enjoying these
memory of the late Gov. Napoleon under the provisions of Section 3570as could do no less in view of the fact ing gator that may happen along and you :

Bonaparte Broward, former governor above referred to. that a state of war existed between cast sheeps' eyes on the turtle. Then ?
.of Florida and at the time of his death, Please see that this letter with the Germany and the United States. the aquarium will be complete. advantages ,

Oct. 1, 1910, nominee for the United copy of the resolutions as sent you is
States Senate, a huge eleven-ton gran- published in the various papers of Druggist C. P. Cason has provided The QuUM nat Does Mot AffIct TIlt Head -
Because of its tonic and luitive effect. LAXA.
ite boulder, a monument to his memory your county that any persons as above himself with an 18-inch revolver to TIVE BROMO QUININE better thin ordinary Bank of Starke
made possible by relatives and friends, referred to may take due notice thereof use against the enemy, should he come, Quinine and doe not cans? nervousness ncr
in head. Bemembei the fall name and
was unveiled in the Jacksonville Wa- and govern themselves accordingly.Yours also a formidableand very sharp knife look for the iignt'ure of W. GROVE. i I
terwarks park last Thursday after- very truly, The knife is to be used after the pistol I' Starke Fla. '
noon with appropriate ceremonies.The SIDNEY J. CATTS, and: is "to skin 'em with," Mr. Cason Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell ,

boulder was quarried in New Governor. says. everybody. Advertise. .J,.




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lose their boldness. Thus, when the Jer. and in favor of llsnk of Start
} .1. Bradford County Telegraph first installment of the wooden ships portion and bearing due of the 1 i eos
September A. D. 1914. willr: for'eak* ,
. Uncle Sam is now building goes to sea, 'T J will sell to the highest and W r .*
# they will be able to carry their car- INSI cash at the court house dour In the boldtr! for
Published Weekly and entered as sec Tow, .
goes safely enough to where they are the Starke.4th Bradford Count. Florida, oD: Mgld| _
day of June A. R | '
I f ond class matter at the post-office at I If' i needed.As ing a legal bales day of paid 'rlvfa sate be.f
: Starke Florida. Florida is the truck patch of the the legal hours of sale, the fvllu.i" durltla j ":
'd real
( estate situated \eri ,
United States is the United States lying and
so Bradford County. State of bfinl hi *
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u the and smokehouse of Eu- Southeast quarter of ridr"' -*&!
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and OwnerIL granary northeast qllan..r 01 : .
tion six (6), Township aee
Editor rope. The Europeans have looked tthis 0 dLI /6u? h'enty-two 122/ east. and sit 161 8011111.'
t E. CIIntain\ill lob
. country for food and that failing, 140 I acres more or less.

' ., they are in a sore plight, belligerentsand Is 5-4-5t. W J. EI't'F.RStjN

: There's a big store in Jacksonville neutrals alike. With the heavy Sheriff Rrddf.rd County. PIa. '

celebrating its fiftieth anniversary calls on our resources we would not -
F this week. The founder of that store be able to furnish all that is wanted; In Circuit BILL FOR FORO-OSI-RP, -
Court. .
: told his first clerk: "Do not say any but with the seas comparatively free J Florida Bradford County Eighth J:iricial! Ci'elitof

: ; thing is all silk, all wool, or all linen from danger, our own and the ships el + n Eva Fernandez by R. S Fernane*. ,.$1i1Ii
r unless you are positive of it. Give 36 other nations will be able to gather / her husband vs and next friend, .-:t

;. inches to the yard and 12 to the dozen." supplies from all parts of the world. Chas Cummings, et al. ..,

t And probably that's one reason why Australia has grain, meat and hidesto Bill! For Fnrektran :
Notice to Appnr..r ',.
the store lived to be fifty years old.- spare, and so have Argentina, Peru THE STATE OF FLORIDA "
and Chile Brazil can furnish hides Mamie Dew'heart.
St. Petersburg Times. ; 1.I.ci.?a fit'"hQn ,>
". and rubber and so can Colombia and BY Author of G..tml-Clyde Cummings' : and Porter CUll\fllinn,, ,

r Now, as in former yea{s, while the Venezula. Russia, through her Pacific It having been shown b> ..

legislature is in session, manufacturers and Arctic ports, can supply grain, defendants Mamie Dew, heart. CLin tilt.. ..

.r f of articles the sale of which is likely and one commodity after another will EARL DERR DIGGERS ( f I "Seven Keys to Baldpafe"tAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAlAAAAAA are heart non-residents Clyde Cumminirs of the and Stetof Porter FlTnd,1 Icummi. !

to be regulated by law, and promoters be gathered from the remotest parts that the residence of aid d..feid.it, and
of the earth. D..h..art and I.ucious 0..."heart A ,
of schemes besieging
, of all kinds are I I of Savannah in the State of firorgU. at City! '
, 1/.: nuVilishprsvith; letters- demandine that Our government.ha _now more power the residence of said defendant (lade and Cam that

F- "" they fight this or that bill, intimating than before and will see to it that mines and Porter Cummings \< at
that if it should become a law, certain I speculation in necessaries be stopped, Our Next I; A Pretty and dianapolis that there in the is State no of..."Ind-ara..n; 1:1 th.r.lpectively: State oi

advertising would be diminished or and that-foods held in large quant. i Flor'da the service of a nb"? na t.,.
1'-' stop altogether. If these people ever ties, for the sake of profiting by fur and would that bind said said defendant def..n..nl.Mamie',r iith.f! Of theta

would know ther raises in prices, will be throw Devl..art and
t learned anything, they ou. Dew heart are over the ave *f .... _,
that newspaper publishers are the last on the market. An artificial scarcity Serial its one years and that d-fend.-n'- Cde CUll\-
Story Girl
., Young mines and Porter C"n.rninYi
of food has been created hoarders nre
11 people in the world to advocate or con by { !, age of tw..nty.ont' years. j tt-
dernn measures only because it would who have bought up immense quanti t t It is therefore ordend. cir 'derj and 'ad-

beto their own interest to do so. Nothing ties in fear that they would not be heart judged Lucious that the said d.'fendnrt. M,mie n...

small about them. abl to buy any at oil later on, but this Is a From AmericaThrilling Porter Cummings nemlnan.do "|"fI"II Cly.(r t" Ciinwlnn the:Compl&ia..and '

practice has almost ceased and then .I ant's Bill of Complain hpr-!II' onto b.fON

By a vote of 18 to 8 the State Sen- will be a fall in prices. i the whereof: 4th a day decree of June pro cmfit-i.\. D. HIT. ;n default

at'1 voted down the proposition to submit If we do not let the misleading r against the raid Mamie I'ev Willf'f'1 "II[ ,"

to the voters of Florida women headlines of the daily papers frighten Tale L Is Involved Dewheart.. Clyde Cumrrin g. ardminus. 1',6i..r lIfiolll CUIIIo

suffrage. On the great moral questions us, but look at the situation calmly r It 5< further nrden-l tht thit-h notiee

confronting the world today the and draw to mind how things have L luhlihhed in the Rradfnil ('''lit', T4eapy,he
'" v i pul' ..h..d .. a
women are taking the lead, and they worked out in former days, we will County e\r-'aier Florida st St r'. i< Rradforb
once tach w.' -
have shown such ability in organization find that there is no reason for alarm of thePresent ..:, WithSpies *>eeuti\e week.. f'1'.flee to.. .
and logical argument they have As long as we produce all the food we ,- IX WITNESS UHEKEOr ha-j} hereunto
set my hand and affix.'d, 1 the .
won the right to suffrage in several can, eschew luxuries and do not bring suit Court on this the :3rd cal"
i I tr states. Florida is woeffllly behind her on a panic by refusing to pay debts, 9Ii. D. ..

?, sister states in this respect and for or to refrain from hiring labor for im War In Plotting SEALl W. T Wr-I\S. ,

; the reason that her men fail to encourage provements, or to quit patronizing the< Rl' R .\. Wftl\S.Clerk

t the equality and clear cut judg stores, or to withhold supplies from 5-4.5t. Deputy Clerk

. ment of their women. This recognition the market nothing very serious will }

: t will come, however, and the men happen. This is a time when no one I In Europe At Gibraltar NOTICE OF I \Sn:: 'S SACS E.'

I of today who oppose will be among has the right to hoard either moneyor Notice is hereby nnen Hat un.l-r and la '
those who will win else that should be in circulation / pursuance of a certain final deco rendered
I help to the fightfor anything on the 30th day of April 1917
h-1 the
. equal suffrage.-Apalachicola for tha public good. 3 ONE OF THE BIG SIX arable Eighth J.Judicial T. Wills.Circuit Juilre of of th. Ciwuit Co HOD-,t, ,

I Times. Florida tn! and fort.
County in
I AX APPEAL FOR HOME THRIFT 'III- J SERIALS E W. H. fowling and J.a certni H. Dovrlini cause are wherela com-')
,: WERE THE PEOPLE. 'III"vn" plainants and J. F. Colin and \\4 If. Gatlinpartners ,
AND PREPAREDNESS. """""" ." ",,",,, as W. H Gatlin t Company, an
I. E.
i M. Johns as Special' Milo
ter will offer for sale and sell
"Abandon Food Prejudices. Don't public outcry to the luKhei-t and best bidder at
Be Finicky. Be This country is now involved in the at the sawmUl plant (hereinafter
Willing to Try New described),
Foods," is the latest economical exhortation world's greatest and most appalling "Inside the lines" opens at the outset of the great war four located((34))in Township the southwest Sit 16' of So-Jth section Thirty. \

from the national 'agricultural war. It is no time for apathy, indifference I teen 1191 East near'the Town of Kunite Nine.

department. While most of us' and insensibility. The war drama in Europe. Caught in the swirl of events a lovely] Springs the legal in hours Bradford of Cnarly, Florida Worthington during -
salt on
Americans are "finicky" about our will test us to the utmost. It will cal 4th day of June, 1917, the Monday, the

food, many of us are not, and when men from the farms, where they are American girl is detained in Europe and becomes innocently property.All of the tn-wit rights: titlinter..t.foB"winidellCribed, ... '
needed. Our and estate claim
urged by a sense of duty, our national I sorely army navy, demand and equity of the said;
characteristic to like to do and the vast non-producing population and to all of the prorTrty defendants ia
uncommon involved mentioned
in the of and of the and set
operations secret
things, will help us overcome the repugnance of the cities must be fed. The great spies service made forth in and that entered certain contract and agreement t
to certain articles that ft lod shortage the countries we have day of : into on. to-wit. the 20th y
1916 by and
may t
be used for food. In order to show joined in war is alarming. We musthelp of two contending nations. Every chapter is filled with and Dowlin J. and J. H. Dc of}-tweeD the one W.part H., 7 of
F. Catlin
what has been done in this line alreadyand to support them and maintain ners using the firm and .W. II. GatKn. co-part
n: me of W. If. Catlin "
to inspire hope and encouragementin ourselves. mystery and incident. Company of the other part which! said ante-A

the breast of the commissioner of We cannot do this unless there i is _____ __ ment Bradford is recorded County.among the public' records ia

agriculture, we will enumerate a few marked increase in our production of Miscl. Records on page Florida.463,and et in Rook 4 of

startling articles of diet used: foodstuffs. Lean harvests last year Watch the Telegraph for the opening chapter which all and every to cut right and and privilege( seer of as said well defendants u-
manufacture .
Some of the soldiers and Indian caused: a shortage in the reserves of ]logs and cross ties the pine timber .w

fighters on the plans do not despise a wheat, and the past winter's wheat will in the issue of May 11 the tract for saw-mill and for saw-lop. as in said suitable con t
fat, juicy rattlesnake when fresh meatis crop is in bad condition. The usual appear lying and being agreement on those defined certain, an.i standing

scarce; in the late 90s, when so supply of canned goods is short. There parcels of land situate in the tuunt'r: pieces of Brad and f.
many wild horses were killed for their are fewer beef animals in the country ford and Alachua in the State of Florida, and
flesh in Stories like "Inside the Lines" cost from $1 particularly described aa follows! i>wit:
Nevada, many of us ate can than twenty years ago. There is already to $1.50 n Schedule "A". I
ned horse meat without knowing it hunger in American cities. Description Sec,
Twp. K
old-time book form. Our subscribers NE'i of SE'4 _____.____._. 1 f 6S
some Floridians and Louis Investigations by the United States get more than the cost of yearly NI<. of SEV4 _.'_11 ; 63 19E 19E' _
ianians like 'gat !' steak; the bullfroga Department of Agriculture discloses NWi; of SW"4? and SEI of j ;

and common product of South Carolina astounding facts. It is shown that subscription in the stories we publish besides our splendid NE'4 SE'i of-NE i, SEH.of SEe! 12 ?', 63 m _. or;t.,

Louisiana is eaten by many twelve states of the South, in whichcotton and NE 4 of SW$ -_.13 } 63 19E !

inhabitants of those states; fresh blood I is a staple, buy a billion and a local and general service. W and U of SE'i. SE>4 of SW'f \ ;: .;:t
news WV of ____
is 14 \
L bought. by. .the glass. and_ drunk. atme 1 third_dollars worth of food crops from NU of NE{ -----___--_-____ 15 ,68 m ltE'.i:' .if.
Dig aoattoires; the gopher is dearly the North, in hay, corn, meat, butter NW 4 of NEI _.23 ,6S II; 191's

loved as food by many Floridians, and other necessaries, which in large! SW"4' !. of NWI4. NWIJ of SW', F
r' Send in SE% of SWy.; SE and
especially those of St. Augustine and part can be produced at home. Flor your subscription promptly and get this fine SE4 of NE>4 _% Z4 63 19B ,J;!-:

Pensacola; many stout Americans like ida's total in purchases is put at $83- Nil! of NE%. NW 4. SWLand tii "
Limburger cheese and all the Sift of SE 4; .r ____25 ,6S 19B
some eat the war story ---
; can 000000. This means that we send important war news. SEiJ; and SEV4 of SW>i ___26 4 63 19 f ;
": skippers found in old cheese. Some away more than $85 for each man, SWVi of NE!4 ------______28 i 63 HE j
think the meat of the skunk is better woman and child in the state to buy SE'/, and E's of NE', -S3 63 HE

than that of the chicken. Since bologna food. Had we lived within ourselvesas Make all remittances to the Bradford "--- NISWV4.SWV of.SEES NU of_SEU? and'J& ,68 HE 1P. .,
County ;
Telegraph N' ,
sausage became so high-priced we should have done, what a vast i ELy! of SEW. SWy of' ;i
we' aU eat it; if you want to know sum could have been added to depositsin Starke Fla. W'SE'i".?W'4 and! of SE>4; of SW'< ..35 63 1SE :'\'"
NE'4 3
Subscription $1.50 NEi4 of ;r
how it is made, read Upton Sinclair's"In cur banks instead of those in Chi a year. Six months 75c. NEI and NW'4 of SE', 36 6S 19B "
the Jucjjle:: ," In some remote districts Sly of S&. NW4; of SWI4 1'
: and New York where ] ":
can single l-
and S'of "
I payable in advance.pLASSIFIE NE'i; of SW, 1 73 ItENW'4 '
red clay is used to suplement.a banks have more money than in the SI; of 'NE%. NI z ef SE'J., ?-'."
'_ meal of hoe EU of SW'4! and SW} of ":"!t.-
cake and "blackstrap. 23C banks of Florida combined. t : .
cwrc_,- _______ ,.". ,.... .'.; J
Most all of like n ;'''
us hog chitterlings, of NEU.-Nw"iTc.rN
I All the surplus meat and grain of ,
even if they are a little high-flavored. ethers I SVj of NW}. EH of _'. It'WI
the West will be needed this to I need inquire. After periodof I
year IT SW'4. and ..
Many gourmands want their beef so"ripe" PAYS TO ADVERTISE-That advertising *" SW'4 of SEi, 3 73 15E .
feed our army and help feed thoseof six months if not satisfactory, 4 o TE'4. NW}4 of NE'i"S lVl"i
that it can be detected by the allies D party can withdraw. For this column pays is SW44 of NW* and W!, of Arc.
whose and children
nose where the eyes cannot see it. our women V I more information shown by the fact that a block of NE1.j _________:____. s. 7S 19B '' I
are hungry and in mourning for to P. 0. Box 324, Bradford Eli of'NWtf. NEH of SW'4
If the examples quoted were not their dead. Prices will be insufferably Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf. County Bank stock adver- and S>,4 of SEV _________14 73 19 B ."",. ';
enough to convince all reasonable men in : -Two good horses. Sam., tised for sale has been sold at book NW',4 of NW>4.; SEI; of NE :
f what we can do in the way of utilizing high the South this year if we do Rosenberg, Starke. 2-9-tf. EXCITING PIRE DESTROYS value, which was considerably higher W M of and SW',4 of SW-4 _.-_II : 73 M : 1

anything for food that can be chewed, not act with promptness. CITY HOTEL TUES. MORNING than the advertised offer for it. '4 2. N',4 NW of%.NE'4.NEtS; of Ell NW.of ", 1 I

t the fact that we all eat pork will clinch Florida is an agricultural state, and FOR SALE-Good milch has SE'4 and SW 4 of SE'i __1? : 7S 191 ,
cow, sec N"?4 of NE .
the argument. The pig born of sow is yet we are not feeding ourselves, and (Continued From Page 1.) % SWU of NFT'i.
ond calf. L. W. Kickliter, 4-13-tf. ffffff + + + ftfff Nl-i' of SE'4. SW}4 of !
of few days-about two years on the the sources from whence we have been + + + SE'4; and SI"' of SW-4 ___IS 73 191 .

average, yet in that time he can accumulate getting supplies can send us little or FOR SALE-Two horse Mr. and Mrs. Murdaugh lost muchin LEGAL NOTICES 4MASTER'S N1? of SE'4, SW'4?; of SE'4; _
cows, one and
tttttffft + + t'Fttt and NW'4 _____-_____-_ ,-14 more diseases than an elephant none this year. Instances in multi- one carriage. J. R. Halligan, Starke the fire, among the losses being + Elf! of SE'4 and NW'4 "I -' -

can in a life time of 150 years, plied numbers can be given as to whatwe Fla. many things that cannot be retrieved, Notice is hereby SALE. I SE'4 --------------_-_ __15 'S 1 91': if' !

and he is not noted as a cleanly animal can do in this bountifully favored but they are also thankful that they virtue of a Final Decree given of that Foreclosure under and made by NE'4 Vc i,.of/ -NW----%--,-and-----NW4---___of._ .S 91".,'L". J.
either. state. Le.me cite what the boys and FOR SALE-Barber chair in escaped uninjured. Mr. Murdaugh the and Circuit rendered May 2. 1917 by the Judge of Wy of NE1.j and NE .j of I

One of our articles of faith is that girls are doing. In 1916 the 450 boys condition, cheap for cash. D.good L. made his escape in his night shirt and I cuit of Florida Court in of.and the for Eighth Bradford Judicial County Cir-, sly SU; -of NW% and NW'?.j 24- 73 191-, a,

I what one man can do, another can, so of the corn clubs in 41 counties madean Bugg, Hampton: 4-27-4t. overalls, and had to buy a shirt as soon I in Trust chancery sitting, in favor of The American of NWI _--________._-g 73 19r. ; 5
the stores Company a corporation. administrator SE'4? of __ __
of NW&
everage 42 bushels of corn to as opened. of the ---- -- 33 73 191.
the commissioner of agriculture will estate of G. F.
: deceased Sly\ of Lots
com 1. i7 and II -
probably be astonished to see how the acre, or three times the average TO TRADE-Light two-horse wagon The City Hotel was built eight plainant and against J. K. Roberta and Barbara and NU- of Lots 3 and 10 -

many pew food resources will be dug produced by their fathers. In 32 counties for light one-horse wagon. Lorenzo years ago. There is an insurance of signed will Roberts offer, for defendants sale before, the under NI and aU of Lots 9 and 11 .. 7 63 TDB i
742 in clubs made $3,000 on the building and the courthouse 'i! of S'4 and SE'4 of S.
girls door
up. But as we, when we adopt any canning an Green, Starke. .11 $1,000 on of at Starke Florida between the legal hours E ------________ _____ 8 63SE'4 :0 I.
1 fad, are apt to "run it into the average profit of $14.22 in vegetableson the furniture, which partly covers the and sale best on bidder Monday. June 4, 1917 to the highest i Lobi 4, 6, 7. 8, ard in and ; .y

, ground," the time may come when each of their tenths of an acre, or NOTICE-Anyone holding Bradford' loss. Mr. and Mrs. Murdaugh have lands situated for in cash Bradford the following described N Lot*i of Lot 4. and S'i? of _,
County. 9 ____i..J.ltf
Florida 6S
that same commissioner will urge us an average of $150 profit to the acre. County Bank stock, and wishing to moved to their farm, the former Rho- to-wit: NW,. ofNWU-------- %! 63 s06
Said ----- --- ---
to "let up" in our utilitarian efforts. The ten highest contestants made an dispose of same, will be paid $1,500 den place, just north of town. Bradford land, State lying of and Florida being, in the County of LoU 1, 2 and 3 -__________3(it' 63 %01 ':
to-wit: Nut of Lota 4, ___. :
Sand 6 -Si
average profit $100.54 each, and the for A one-fourth
every $1,000 by surrendering ito t equal division according to the Also the following described persoD.1l1l'Oerty I .
BETTER TIMES AHEAD. average yield of vegetables for each N. T. Ritch. 4-27-tf. Dr. J. W. Livingston, of the Living government('a of northeast survey of the southwest fourth situate in 3radford Count*. Flon'da. too .
girl was 3,901 pounds. The total number ston Medicine Co., Jacksonville, was ty-two ((22) Township fourth five Of) of Section twen wit: .
of cans put up was 179,954. LOTS FOR SALE-Lots 3, 4, 5, 8 in in Starke a few days ago on an advertising I twenty (22| east, more particularly South described of range I mouse One dark bay mare mule named Sol; Oat
as follows colored OB
The nation is responding nobly lo Let me urge that all kinds of vegetables i Peek's addition to Starke. Also 3 tour in behalf of his medi- corner of the: SW'i Commencing! of NE}i.at Section the northwest I,(IDlaek horse mute mare named mule Jack named: One Julia dark; bI1

the call for production of food, not and fruits be conserved this acres with house and wire fence, \fi cines. The doctor believes in advertising two (22)) Township five (5) south, twenty- horse mule named Jim; One gnr hone Hi*
range twen
only by the farmers, but many others ,year. Preserve any surplus, however miles from depot on Lawtey road. as is shown by the fact that he ty-two twenty-six(:?:2)and east two-thirds, and running thence east (George named ;Dewey One ;gray,One mare guy mule horse named mule armed Klttf

who have a little plct of land to plant, small, for later use. Waste nothing. These two pieces of land at a bargain. has half a dozen automobiles touring or less, thence south sixty(26(60)2-3)) rods rods more 'I"One black horse mule named fiiil; On W** ": .i

and not a few vegetables are grownin Let commercial bodies, banks and merchants F. L. Turner, 365 W. TenthSt. the state. or(26 less 2-3)thence west twenty-six and two-thirds more I',named horsemule named Mack ; One gear horse BH* l'
Sid. fumed
rods 1 mule
color-d horsy
pots and boxes. Our navy is sweeping offer prizes in their counties to ., Jacksonville, Fla. 4-27-4t. f 160) rods more more or less or less to point thence of north sixty Tom ; One gray mouse horse mule named Geeebyf 5!j

the seas in quest of submarines. girls to encourage the canning habit. B. E. Brown, one of the progressive also one-fourth ('/4) equal division beginning ; One black horse mule named Tube; One dark "

Only one is, at this writing, reported I j Parents who want information about WANTED-Man and wife or any party farmers of the Dukes section, was a to fourth government Oi of survey the northeast of the same southwest according |,mule bay mare named mule Charley named; One IHI:bay One mar bar ton malt. '.

to have been destroyed, and by a merchant boys corn and pig clubs' should writeto who can invest $2,000 (two thousand business visitor to Starke Monday. said section twenty-two ((22)) fourth lying (}S) of named Lizzie; Four log carts' and harne, -

ship, too; but as-the navy will 1 Prof. C. K. McQuarrie, Gainesville, dollars) cash and take personal i iI I east dimensions of above and desenbedJraet and of the directly same) complete!! including and one all portable belts s,,:,, mill complete fIIglnea -

not let the public know what it is doing or about girls canning clubs to MissAgnes charge- of a new up-ta-dats mercantile Mr. W. 0. Tison, of Gainesville, area. E. M. boilers. putnps.saws pijHfl t rarr haint uea., M**
wasa JOHNS
it is safe to say that it has de Ellen Harris, Tallahassee. business as partner with half business visitor to Starke Wednes- -*-" Special Master. and all other machinery h xtues and apPIi:

stroyed several "slinkers" already.TheFrench For our state's good and the nation'sgood interest in the business. The inventory day.* Mr. Tison's many friends in this "" aneea The used purchaser in or around or purchasers said saw to milt pay for ti-i

and British navies,,.. ince the let our farmers do their best this of the stock amounts to $10,000 county are pleased to note that time is SHERIFF'S SALE. tles.

Americans became active, cacti now devote year, and they will do a sound service today, and we guarantee by agreement dealing so kindly with him. Although Hereby Sheriff notice of U Bradford given that I W. J. Ep Dated this May 2. 1S17. .

:' their attention to the blockadeedarea in the patriotic duty before them of $100 profit monthly, subject, i if he was 83 years of age on the day of Florida, under and by virtue County of that, State of E. M. ,JOHNS.
and of the submarines will helping to feed the nations W. A. party has execution issued out of certain Master.
many : -By some experience in this his visit to Starke, he is hale ando the Circuit Court and under the seal of Special .
soon be destroyed and the others will McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture. line and has some cash capital. \ hearty and as jovial as ever. against W. C. Anderson of Bradford, Milton County, Florida O. O. McCOLLUM.
A. Forsyth, I ,
Browning, John Anderson and G. C I Jacksonville. Florida
Car Solicitor 14It.h .
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W. C. T. U. MOTHERS MEETING. I U. D. C. BOOK SHOWER A I i tory," "American Authors," fronvMiss I CONVICT CAGE HAS ARRIVED.--

-- LIGHTFUL AFFAIR. Mildred Lewis Rutherford, Past Historian I

The W. C. T. U. will hold a mothers General U. D. C. Commissioners-S. T. Dowling bnd J.

Bits of LocalInformation ,meeting at the home of Mrs. A. H. The book shower given by the "The Victim," from Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Underhill, as a committee frrhi the

!Freeman, next Monday afternoon at ed Daughters of vConfedracy, N. Limbaugh. board, met Tuesday at Lake Butler to
1 1J I S-.3Q. Tt\% program vaL te as fclfews: I Friday evening a the home of Mrs. "Surrey of Eagle's Nest," from Col.I receire and sugeciatend the unloading
Chorus, "The Home Guard." I M. Alvarez, was a delightful social and Mrs. J. :E. Putch. of the convict cage recently A.-dered
II Devotional exercises-Mrs. Stewart. I fair as well as for the more useful "With Lee in Virginia," from Mrs. for use on the roads of the county. The }

,.. ,-, -- ..... Roll call-Answering with verses pose of establishing a library Emily Philips. cage was turned over to J. D. -Dowl-
t c.1 / Omr ?.&.. "Mu.lj ...ffieMw. from Psalms. Southern history and literature. "The Southerner, from Mrs. J. M. ing, road superintendent, and was car-
.. M .... Cmp. ,..I r..... Chorus, "We Want a TemperanceU. i The reception hall, dining room, Brownlee. ried to Raiford, where the convicts are
I ,1 S. A." and drawing room of this "With Lee in Virginia, from Mrs'. now at work on the public rcacU. .. '

6 Talk, "What We Owe Our Children"Mrs. home were thrown ensuite and S. E. Brownlee. The cage will house eighteen men

-_, Barr.Recitation. but very effectively decorated i "Gospel Among the Slaves," from I and there is at present just! this number

R. Bevill, of Graham, was in town Irish potatoes, string beans and potato "Want a Boy?"Leroy splendid white Ascension lilies, !Misses Olive] and Amelia" Ray. in the county chain gang ;jmd at f'=
Monday. draws are shipped from Starke Stewart. Amaryllis lilies, magnolias, red "Found, Yet ost, from Miss Cas- work on the roads. The commissioners ;.

daily. Much of the produce comes Song, 1\10ther"-Orville and Coke white roses. The stair case in the sie White. believe that the purchase! l>f the fr
from the industrious little town I'I Barr.L. ception hall with "Southern Literature, from Mrs. A.
{ Mrs. T. J. Griffin visited relatives in was draped cage will result in a saving of. about
Sunday. Brooker. T. L. Talk-Mrs. D. R. Edwards. States bunting-the decorations H. Freeman. $600 in time. Heretofore the
Jacksonville per year :
s Talk, "How the Mothers of Florida program all being in keeping with "Southern Prose and Poetry, from men have had to walk long ditances ;

Sapp, of Sapp station, transacted The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., May Best Serve the Nation Today- patriotic spirit of the South. Miss Doris Law. to and from their work. The case will ,
John 'The
business in Starke Monday. wishes to express its gratitude to all Mrs. H. C. Richard.W. Mrs. Alvarez, the hostess, and Clansman, from Miss Emma be stationed near the work at al$times,
who contributed toward the library on C. T. U. Prize Essay-Miss El- L. A. Davis, president of the Darby. thus making a big sa\ing in tin1#'.
la May Long. Chapter U. D. C., received the I "The Clansman, from Mr. and Mrs.
Southern History and Literature, at The convicts will loe tnwsferred to
{ ; N. Starling, of Lawtey, transacted W. J.
Isaac Social Hour-Patriotic Music. and graciously entertained i
the book shower Friday night. I the Starke district on June 1st and will
l' business in Starke Monday. I evening. "The Clansman, from Mrs. G. C.
{ Sweat.. be kept here for two month! t
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Coffin, of Mrs. Nelle
Hughes arranged .
t Mr. Business Man, are you co-oper- Volumes 1 and 2 "The 1-
War Betweenthe
Redding was visitor to ,
F. a Johnstown
H. visitors to Starke
were on charming for the
program ,
ating with the Civic Club? They "
States from Dr. Mrs. T.
t ana E.
from Lawtey sec
: Monday
.Starke trying to help you-are you helping Wednesday. opening number being a duet by Campbell. :.

t., "'- tion. them? Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Paul Knight and Ruby Davis, the "Andrews history of the United KeepingYourselfmlTHE "
BAPTIST CHURCH. forts of these small people being .
States, from Mrs. R. A. Weeks.
! Justice B. L. Blanchard, of Lawtey, thusiastically applauded. Louise
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughter The following persons gave cash do- FIRST STEP i
professional business in Starke drews "Memories" and ?
had Hazel, spent several days last There will be morning service only sang nations which amounted to $30: Mrs.D. )

.. Monday.J. week in Gainesville, the guests of Mrs. next Sunday. No service at nighton panied gestures.the This words little with has L. Alvarez, Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Usually the first indication t>f a. I 1 i
M. E. Edwards and Mrs. J. C. Adkins. account of the "Class" sermon in lady an Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. and lowering of health is found ir the I
W. Griffis, of the, Lawtey section, which we will participate.Let usually clear, sweet voice and her I
Mrs. W. H. Graham, L. C. Powell, Mrs.J. bowels and liver. Something i foes i
, was in Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Rising left Mon- there be a good attendance at attracted much favorable comment. C. Poppell, W. T. Weeks, Jefferson wrong-we eat too much, or vc-rk
-- day for Philadelphia. Enroute they the morning service. W. G. LAW, Mrs. Barr sang "I'll Go Home Davis Chapter U. D. C., Little River, too hard-and the bowel! ac-ion !
. Miss Rhoda Lagergren, of Jacksonville stopped for a week in Jacksonville.We Pastor. Dear Old Dixie," being Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miner, Mrs.C. weakens or the liver is slugi. h.
I spent Sunday in Starke with rel hope to see Mr.. and Mrs. Rising by Miss Myra Carr as pianist. J .Davis, Mrs. N. B. Hull, Mrs. J. That heavy feeling on arising in ;I
i atives. ,again next winter.A MINUTES OF VETERANS' .MEET Barr's voice is particularly suited S. Brown, Mrs. A. Price, Mrs. A. M. the morning, dryness of (the i !t

I ING. these pathetic Southern songs, and Darby, Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. J. E. throat, with bad taste: a slight i. !
T. B. Handley, one of Raiford's solid little daughter was born on the listeners appreciated this Wilson, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mr. and headache, dull eyes-all show !hat

I citizens, was in Starke Friday. 26th inst. to Mr. and DIES. S. Gillespie, Pursuant to called meeting, the com- Next, little Misses! Ethel Griffin Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Ella Johnson, food has fermented in the in tes- f

t i ..of Fort Meade. Mrs. Gillespie was rades of J. J. Dickisin Camp No. 1617, Iris Epperson played a taking rtrs. Laura Knight, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. tines, and that the body i is Manufacturing l
! i W. B. McKinney. of Raiford, was in after which seven little girls sang Halligan Prof. S. S. poisons instead of
I l' formerly Miss Mabel Colley, and has U. S. V., met Thursday, April 26th, Dowling, Mrs.
I Starke Friday.'A friends in Starke. wannee River" as a motion N. D. Wainwright, Mrs. J. C. Hoover good blood.
many warm at 10 a. m:, at the court house. ,
Give the
it all
Minutes of last meeting read and approved -I Those taking part in this pretty and several other persons whose names Clear out.
and bowels fresh
stomach a tart
Telegraph ad will add to ber were Margaret Long, Ethel ;
your Have were not ascertained. This will
you cleaned up, whitewashedand and the following comrades an- money Encourage the liver ta go to
: 'profits. Try one. painted? If not, why not? Quig- swered to the roll call: W. T. Weeks, Dorothy Edwards, Kate Young, be used to purchase several valuable work. Manalin does all of this,

ley Lumber & Supply. Co.-The Happy T. P. Register, John Croft, D. J. Byrd, Andrews, Vivirette Floyd and Iris sets of books. without griping or veke'nng.It's I
R. 0. Daniel, of Jacksonville, spent Home Builders. S. F. Morgan, J. W. Nichols, A. J. Mc- person. Miss Doris Law, violin, Any further donations towards this the ideal laxative and liter i i
I Sunday in Starke with relatives. Kinney, T. F. Mansell, L. U. Morgan, Mrs. Hughes, piano, beautifully library will be verv accectable.JACKSONVILLE tonic, because it follows Nature's I {
Mrs. Catherine Vaughn, who has Henry Varnes, J. "1\1. Rimes. After dered "Medley of College Airs," plan, without discomfort; inflammation i
Reddish of Raiford in delighted their audience.At or forming a habit. Con- ;
R. A. was
the routine of business had been .
spent the past winter in Starke with trans- CATTLE MARKETThe .
I the close: of the stipation be overcome with '
town Monday.L her daughter, Miss Sunolia Vaughn, acted, the ladies of the U. D. C., Barr program, its use. t
has returned to her home in Athens, through their committee of arrange gave an exceedingly LlquI' OPtahltt
C. Clemons and family have moved Tenn. ment and entertainment, Mesdames A. reading entitled, "I've Lost My John Interstate Stockyard, Talley form.

to Starke from Whitney, Fla. V. Long, T. L. Z. Barr and J. P. Tom- Mr. Harold Brown :\ rand avenue, report on the local live lets Tile taste Tab
linson the members of the Hope. Mrs. Barr was frequently stock market, by Williamson & Den like c.m ly.
Qn account of Everett Waide goingto camp were ( "
i E. M. Hazen, of Brooker, was a visitor New York, the Curtis PublishingCo. invited to partake of a most excellent terrupted with bursts of applause nis, is as follows: t ChlMrenlikethsm.. and
to Starke Wednesday. magazine agency belonging to him dinner at the Commercial Hotel. They laughter as she proceeded to tell Goats, 2 3-4 to 3 1-4 cents. they are

will be taken over by Roddy Crosby.We warmly expressed their thanks to the woes of a widow who was anxious Sheep, 6 to 9 cents. eafe.10 anJ 25 '
: J. M. Truby's new still is busy turn wish Roddy success in his new ven ladies for their hospitality.S. marry again.Refreshments. Lambs, 7 to 11 cents. cent i
ing out spirits of turpentine and rosin. I ture. F. MORGAN, were served by Choice hogs, 180 Ibs and up, $13 to Ti Paruat Co I
Adjutant. Virginia Weeks, Ruby Davis,* Iris $13.50. Ccluabu O.

Messrs. G. M. and Cyrus SUtrunk Devoe paint for at person, Misses Kathleen Alvarez, Medium to good hogs, 150 Ibs and
were visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Starke Hardware Co.every purpose MRS. TO.MLINSON ENTERTAINSU. ra Barr, Aileen Alvarez and Ella (3)i up, $12 to $13. -

D. C. Long. The delicious and Good light hogs, 125 and 150 Ibs,

C. L. Moitt, of Dinsmore, has Rev. C. H. of Jackson arranged refreshments consisted $11.50 to $12.25. !
been visiting relatives in Starke for I brick ice cream and marble cake Good pigs, 65 to 120 Ibs, $9.25 to r
ville is in of
now temporarily charge
The business of
monthly meeting
the past week. red and white, while on each plate $9.75.
the First Presbyterian church of I OF HISTORY
the United Daughters of the Confed- placed a red verbena. Range hogs, $8.50 to $11.50. ;
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Abernathy
Ice are eracy washeld on Wednesday, at the Among the books presented! for 150 lbs will -
Tea? Sure, we've got it. All I fine people and the church is fortunate I Hogs, or over, bring $2
sizes and kinds. Come in. Kickliter's. is securing his services. home of Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, on N. library are the following highly per hundred more than these prices if THE STAR CHAM3ERCOURT.
I Walnut street. ,ed volumes: they kill hard. Advance of 50 cents .
As the members arrived the hostess George Washington," from the hundred of 180
I expected hogs
Messrs. Louis H. Hill and T. J. Ter- per on -
Mr. B. M. Knight late of
Tampa, conducted them to the punch bowl,
thor President Woodrow Wilson. .
ry.were Lawtey visitors to Starke on By A. W. MACY.
I has been in Starke during the week,
where Mrs. Nelle Hughes served. The "
"Lorna Carswell, from the Fed steers Ibs and
Wednesday.Last his sisterJ\lrs. W. J. 1,000 up, $1030to At one time the "Star Cham
visiting. Mr. Epperson. president, Mrs. L. A. Davis, occupiedthe Col. C. L. Peek. $11; 800 to 1,000 Ibs, $9.75 to $10.50 ber" was almost all-powerful In _
Knight was formerly a mem- chair, and an unusual amount of "The New SouthJ' from Miss 700 to 800 Ibs to 500 to
$7.50 $8.50
week little Miss Louise Andrews ber of the Telegraph's force and his business was transacted. Arrange ; England. It was so be- 1
entertained a party of friends Stroman. 700 Ibs. $7.50 to $8.50. cause \its sessions were held In -
old friends him
in honor of her birthday. were glad to greet ments were made to entertain the vet- "Poets of the South," from Florida bean fed steers, 600 lbs and a large chamber whose ceiling
again. erans of J. J. Dickison Camp on the ;
,Sunolia Vaughn and Mrs. up, $7.50 to $8.50. was decorated with start. IU .

M.r. L. C. Ray, of Dunedin, came up TO MY PATRONS.I third of June. The meeting adjournedto Vaughn. Bean fed steers, 500 to 600 Ibs, $6.75to sessions were held In secret It 1.
meet in June with Mrs. A. V. Long. "
"With Lee in Virginia, "The .
, yesterday to visit his mother, Mrs. C. $7.25.Light could settle cases without juries -
, P. Ray, and other Starke relatives. During the social half hour the hos- tim," "Two Little Confederates," steers, $6.25 to $7.75. and inflict torture at will, .
have been compelled, on account of tess, Mrs. Tomlinson, assisted by Mrs. Miss Etta Tison. Grass fed steers, 500 Ibs and up, $5 though Miss Ruth French, who attended the the high food prices, to raise the price Hughes, served a very tempting salad "Two Great Southerners," "Story to $5.50. death penalty. This court fined .

Starke High School during the past of dinners to 35 cents after May 1st,I 1 course. Confederates" from Mr. and Mrs. Light grass steers, $4.75 to 525. the bishop of Llnco'n 5,000 1
term, has returned home. I Breakfasts and suppers at the same E. Knight. Grass bulls, $4.50 to $5.25. for calling Archbishop Laud., Jj
price as before. Thanking you for OWEN GRIFFIN CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY. "Richardson's Defense of the Grass cows, 500 Ibs and up, $4.50 to "the great Leviathan. It fined '1

'Misses Ada Hiers and Josephine your patronage, I am yours for ser from'E. K. Perryman. $5. John Lllburn, the agitator, .

Brooks, of Gainesville, spent Saturdaywith vice. "The South Today," from Ruby Heavy bulls, $6.25 to $7.50. i:600: sentenced him to the pillory
Miss Ella May Long. C. A. ROWAND, Thursday, the 26th inst., Master vis. Light bulls, $5.50 to $6.50. and to be whipped "from j
427tf. Prop. Rowand's Cafe. Owen Griffin celebrated his eighth "The Confederate States Calves, $6 to $fr.50. Fleet street to Westminster.

Mrs. John Weeks and daughter, Mrs. Birthday by giving a party to his from Col. A. V. Long and family. Fat cows, $9 to $9.25. The court was abpHshed by act .
Smoke, of LaCrosse, are visitors at How about that rest room for far friends at the home of his parents, Mr. "54-40 Or Fight," from Miss Medium cows, $5.25 to $5.75. of parliament In 1641. "Star ,

the home of Col. W. T. Weeks. mer customers' families, which was so and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin, on North Walnut Cross, Montpelier, Miss. Oxen, $4.25 to $4.75. Chamber" proceedings of any 1; \
NOTICE. enthusiastically advocated some time street. "Father Ryan's Poems," "Edgar Canners, $4.25 to $4.75. kind have never been popular ,I
ago, together with the removing of old i The handsome young host received lan Poe's Poems," "Stonewall In America. :I :1I'
fire ruins? The enthusiasm was apparently -.a large number of both useful and son," from T. F. McBeath. You get aU the important national, .
I am going out of the dairy business made to order for the occas "Mississippi Register 'The !
beautiful presents from the guests, state, county news in the Telegraph. (Copyright. 1311 by Joseph B. BowluJ
Anyone interested in selling milk ion. and the afternoon passed happily away ican Nation," "Stonewall ,

should see me at once.J. with games on the lawn and refresh from J. M. McBeath, Mississippi. STARKE EVIDENCE FOR STARKE ,
R. HALLIGAN, Starke. Butterine at Kickli'.er's. ments. On the wide veranda was placed "Stonewall Jackson," from Mrs] PEOPLEThe

the punch bowl, banked with vines, H. McCreary, Gainesville. Starke Vulcanizing
Last week Mrs. E. R. Poppell and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halligan and and to this popular spot the children "Two Great Southerners," from
children visited her parents, Mr. and family, except Mr. T. H. Halligan, came often. Ice cream and cake were Aileen Alvarez. Statements of Starke ResidentsAre
Mrs. H. Tomlinson, of Lake Butler. cashier of the Bank of Starke will served on the lawn, after which the "Battle Ground Adventures of surely More Reliable Than Works

leave here next Wednesday for New children marched into the dining room Civil War," from Dr. and Mrs. J. Those of Utter Strangers
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. F. York, their future home. We exceed to see the eight colored candles lightedon Tomlinson. .

A. Scott and Mrs. Katie Floyd motoredto ingly regret that business reasons! the big, white pound cake. "A Year Book of Southern Home testimony is real proof. Will belp you to economize. Bring]

Jacksonville last Tuesday.J. causes this estimable family to leave Forty-five little people were invitedto from Dixie Chapter U. D. C., St. Public statements of Starke people 'and
i old tires and tubes to us !
midst and wish them your ;
our we every this happy affair, the out-of-town ersburg. carry real weight
F. Canova's cottage, corner Walnut success in their new home. guests being Cora and Thelma Dyal, "Three Daughters o fthe What a friend or neighbor says com we will make them I
and Jackson streets, is being enlarged of Belmore, and Miss Viola Ammons, racy," from Miss Kathleen Alvarez."The pels respect.

with a second story. Governor Catts has issued a call to of Waycross, Ga.BIRTHDAY Leopard Spots," from The word of one whose home is faraway AS 'GOOD AS NEW
treat vagrants Anderson Palatka.
peace officers to as Chapter, invites your doubts. J
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson have those who loaf. In Starke we daily see CELEBRATION. "The South in Literature ,and Here's a Starke man's statement. i

had as their guest for the past week, able-bodied young negroes hanging And it's for Starke people's benefit. by reinforcing the weak places :
Mrs. S. S. Wheelas, of Lake Butler. about the streets and the depot, who, Muscle Soreness Relieved. Such evidence is convincing.That' .
In celebration of her thirteenth
when they are asked to do some work, little Miss Louise Andrews'entertained Unusual work, bending and the kind of proof that backsDoan's and strengthening the whole struc
Mrs. Annie Petit and little son, of generally refuse. The officers should birthday, or strenuous exercise is a strain on
Alachua, are visiting her mother, Mrs.J. either arrest such loafers as .vagrantsor a number .of her young muscles, they become sore and Kidney Pills. ture by our new and effective pro-
Austin farmer Starke
friends at her home last Wdnesday afternoon ,
and in pain.
W. Andrews, Sr. send them home. Workers are needled : you are cess.
have for. from four till six o'clock. The Liniment brings you quick relief, says: "I was having trouble from my
loafers no use
now we
Crocheting tatting embroidering I i ; porch was prettily decorated with to apply and it penetrates the back all the time and Doan's Kidney
without drives out Pills cured Others of the family PDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
and all kinds of fancy work at reasonable PRICE ADVANCED.On bowls of beautiful flowers, and num- rubbing and me.
I prices, done by Camp Fire Girls. erous games were enjoyed by the soreness. A clear liquid, have also used this medicine with good PRICES REASONABLE
For further information see Mrs. E. account of the high price of hogs young folks, after which the little hos- than mussy plasters or ointments results. I am glad to endorse it."
M. Johns Guardian. 4-27-3t. the Inter-State Vaccine Company, of tess, assisted by several of her friends, does not stain the skin or clog Price 50c., at all dealers. Don't -

Kansas City, Mo., announces an advance served cream and cake. for pores.the pains Always and have aches a of bottle simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's Starke Vulcanizing Works Ii'j j
in the price of cholera serum The affair was enjoyed by about Kidney,'Pills-the same that
After Dr. lumbago, grippe, bruises,
visit with her
a parents, and virus. The new price is 2% cents twenty-five friends of the little girl, cured Mr. Austin Foster-Milburn Co.,
, backache and all external Robert Borrows Mgr.HULL'S
and Mrs. A. H. Freeman Mrs. L. A. .
Yates and little son returned, Tuesday per cubic centimeter. Bank of Starke. the guests, including little Misses At your druggist, 25c. ( ) I Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (22)) ,
Elizabeth Brownlee, Dorothy Edwards, qs> '
to her home in Tallahassee. -
; ST. MARK'S CHURCH. Margaret Long, Margaret Livingston,
Louise Fernandez, Isabelle Fernandez, -
t ReadA. Rosenberg's big ad. in the Ruby Davis, Ruth Poppell, Hazel War- 1\
( i.' Telegraph this week. Mr. Rosenberg Sunday school, 10 a. m. 1I I .
j. ren, Vivirette Floyd, Ethel Griffin, Iris I
Morning and sermon, 11 a. m.
is prayer
' keen business and he
; a -man
that No evening service. Epperson, Kate Young, Katie Bell Department
advertising pays. The public invited. Green, Lois Williams, Allie Mae Green \ !
and Masters Charles Darby, Comer :
The fire made it I Store
Tuesday morning
Minister. Long, Thomas Limbaugh, Joe Wainwright -
more before that I 31;
apparent than ever I Don Hoover, Harry Canova, 'I
our efficient firemen need a hook and. I

ladder outfit. CIVIC CLUB MEETING.The Willie.Agin and NOTICE.All Julian Canova.. We pay Cash for Country Produce, Eggs,;: !

New stock of crockery just arrived. School and Civic Club will meet
Starke Hardware Co. next Wednesday afternoon, April 9th, $-ho are interested in the R. J. : i Corn and Baled Hay. : II III

at 3 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. E. graded school (colored), are requested I I

Mr. and Mrs. John Croft and Mrs.H. 0. J. Griffin. to be present at the regular B. HULL STARKE FLAJJ
F. Priester, of Lake Butler, were school meeting Wednesday night, May Ili iL.N. 1 :
visitors in Starke last week, guests of I Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell I II 9th. Rev. J. W.'Robinson, ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. I everybo y. Advertise. i Supervisor. t.- ---' rx




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t Selection and Preparation Have Much Several Are Available to the Late Carrots, advance! Clustoi&er t.I
To Do With It. ', Truck Grower. ST. AUGUSTINE, April 28.-The Steady, you squash rtvriyt! lieu! 3 I'A

.. SERUM AFTER A SPIRITED DEBATE, potato crop in St. Johns county is assuming Out of your trench, putaloy jf'pie.setiOh _
enormous proportions. It is here's th<- tohcjtl
With the prices of meat upward way :: I'F
: bound, it might seem poor economy to I With a realization that food is very roughly estimated that by tonight not 0 summer hot! Let true w-aj; >eshot l."
include it in the daily menu of the average amendment scarce and garden crops are to bring less than 1:70 carloads will have been In vineyards he alTap d I -T,
use adopt an providing
t' family. But careful planning, BRADFORD REPRESENTAed{J free serum should not be furnish- high prices, many Florida persons are shipped from Florida points, principally While in the furrowr jjarn'E! plot Ia'
note of the fact that have
taking they from the Hastings section. Each There '
f., using of poorer cuts and cooking properly TIVES CAST anyone for more than four times as in their back fights our Field\ Urigade! a't
will enable the romany yards or vacant car holds an average of 190 barrels, Tr; .
family to ,
average hogs as he returned for taxation, 1e8ru.OIl.. _
lots to raise of
a crop summer vege- which makes 241,300 barrels shippedto
afford meat frequently than if ,
had been and in -w--
I ur1EASURE they bought, .
tables. What to is the
t the best cuts were purchased, says FINALLY PASSED that case the name of the party from plant, important date. Estimating the average priceat Whenever You weed a defers tOIle r.S
t Miss Agnes Ellen Harris of the University i- whom purchased should be given un- question. Prof. W. L. Floyd, of the $7 a barrel gives a total of receiptsup Take Grove's* ,.
VOTES CAST AGAINST IT-OX- University of Florida college of agriculture to the time of
present $1,700,000. The Old Standard
of, Florida extension division. der oath in the application. This was Gro\ie Tastdeu sit1
.' The poorer cuts-the round, neck, -LY INSTANCE KNOWN WHERE killed. suggests that these crops may Those who delight in figures will b<. chill Tonic is equally valuable ut t1r
yet be planted with a fair prospect of interested in that the actual General Tonic because it l'I'.
knowing onuhu
shoulder clod and brisket-contain as LARGER SUM WAS tt
said he
APPROPRI-- Mr. Wilder wanted to vote .
siI much nourishment as the sirloin, but getting a satisfactory yield. number of tubers alreatiy sent to mar- well known tonic proplrtics\fQUIND\a\
ATED THAN ASKED FOR. for the bill, but was afraid of limiting Pole beans, Limas-Of these the ket is approximately 72,300,000. If and IRON. It acts on the I.ver, DjS2 I.t
be cooked in short time
thy cannot
a the state board of health to furnishing out Malaria, Enriches th' Blood
small kinds
... should be planted ;run- all the were placed in one train, tad
nor in a haphazard manner. The filers the serum. It might be well, cars Builds up the Whole SysterV) 1 h
ning varieties are to be preferred to this train would be miles in ceati
ten length.
be broken
r are tougher and must he thought to such other o
: ;-. down either by artificial means or by (By John C. Trice in Times-IJnion.) I remedy as, the say state serum board or of health the bunch type as they bear longer, Some of the Hastings growers believe I t,

continued heat. Here the fireless cooker TALLAHASSEE, April 30.-Spe-( might think best. though the bunch varieties may be suc- that the crop will exceed in value three

( works wonders. Or the meat maybe ceil)-The discussion in the House this Mr. Jennings was going to vote for cessfully grown. million dollars. It is estimated that AY
l pot-roasted, made into a stew with afternoon of the free distribution of the bill, he said, but he wanted to The black-eyed cowpea is particularly the movement is almost half finished.

vegetables, cooked in a casserole, hog cholera serum consumed almost as sound a warning to the legislature valuable. This variety is often
:: pounded with flour and cooked slowly much time as the discussion of the against; making any such appropria- known as the California blackeyedpea. SECHREST SAYS
It is white for the
t for several hours, or ground and sea- $300,000 appropriation for the eradicati ons. I except eyeand 1
Honed and made into meat balls or ion of the citrus canker did last week :Mr. Seals tried to limit the numberof is, therefore, more attractive on
the table than the now much ot farm help is help
colored varie- your
: are
loaf. Always, these cheaper cuts of and the pyrotechnic display of eloquence hogs for which free serum shouldbe ESPECIAILIYADAPTED
ties. It may be planted through May by nature as well as by name?
meat are best when cooked at temperature equally
a was as great. furnished to 100.Ir.. Strom said I .
l r r I below boiling-just simmer- Another feature of the proceeding that was practically the provision of and] June. Trench warfare is necessary against.
Okra is a warm weather plant and, draught, too.
y I. ing. I was even more conspicuous. It is the the bill as it stood, inasmuch at it FOR YOUR STATE
if Do set the hen sit the
properly cared for, will continue to we sitting or r
A small amount of meat becombined first instance coming under the knowledge -
may limited the amount to 3,000 cubic cen- -
H. fruit all setting hen? In either case, let's do .r
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with other foods and so fur of the writer where the legisla-1 timeters. Mr. Seals retorted that he .
: I The of it. is of the
small pie pumpkin is fairly well more It one quickest
nish a whole meal. The timehonoredIrish live body has made larger '
a appropria-d not know how much a centimeter
suited to Florida and will well ways we have of increasing our food
It stew, New England boiled dinner tion than was asked for in the bill. was but he did know how much a hog grow I'r
i an-1 Hungarian goulash are combina- That is what the House did though, was, at which the members had the during the warm weather.It supply. The poultry products of this S.... I
is rather late in the season for country can and should be doubled -
tions of vegetables and meat which this afternoon. It was notable also only good laugh of the afternoon.Mr. -
will form a whole meal and a well balanced that every one of the members who Moore of Franklin county secured starting tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers within a year. It OUR INSTRUCTIVE r
I ration. The meat flavor is de- voted for the bill seems to be perfectly the adoption of an amendment from seed, but plants may be secured Rice at the present prices providesmore
I I I I manded by the American people as a'' sanguine he was expressing the providing that the state board of and transplanted at this time. food value for the money than CATALOGUE AND It IJ

I j I I whole, which makes it difficult to serve wish of the people. l health should furnish serum and virus Peanuts and sweet potatoes, while most of the other cereals. Fuller appreciation WEEKLY C'i

I an entirely meatless meal in a satisfactory The bill the House considered this or uch other cholera preventive not usually considered garden crops, of its value should stimu-t PRICE LIST i
I afternoon I has may well be given a place in the garden late a production. By all means plant
r I manner. was Strom s measure, was thought best. 1t
if there is room for them. a patch. '
: I; Often the waste from tie table will known as House Bill 113. As soon as | Mr. Myers of Washington county They SEND FOR
I I will prove valuable food producers. Corn is the leading food and feed
< offset the economy used in the purchase it was called up by that gentleman on ;tried: to increase the limit of free serum i THEM TODAY
of the United States. Therefore,
I of The I Ii second: reading he sent an amendmentto from This crop
f> meat. tiniest scraps may 3,000 to 6,000. was opposed -
i /: t be used. If a small portion of meat 'I'I'I the clerk's desk, providing that the by Mr. Scruggs and was defeated. WHAT FORAGE CROPS TO PLANT of the this vital importance of a large acreage .

I .,: ? is left it may be used in hash, or be appropriation asked for by the bill vious. crop properly cared for is ob ; r1N5fD CO ,
If it
was even possible to dou-
creamed with vegetables and servedon should be reduced from a considerably i The bill was then advanced to third
It is not too late to ble the yield this would
tout, or be made into a meat pie larger amount to $60,000. He alsoaskcd ,reading and passed, only eight votes plant forage year prices JACKSONVILLE. fLA .
crops in Florida. While it is better if still be high.-Ex.
with either by amendment that no one it.
t p pastry or potato crust. per-i being recorded against I
Care must be taken in the combina son should be furnished free more than planted earlier, the production following __ n__ __ ,(
meats 3,000 cubic centimeters of i in a late planting will prove satisfactory .
and vegetables that they serum
I t appeal to the sight and tickle the pal- anyone year. Bradford Members Voted Aye this year. Do not experiment HARDWARE\\ AND FARM IMPLEMENTS

1 ate. Ham may be combined with cabbage Mr. :Mayes, of Jefferson county, Messrs. Crews and Seals, representatives -plant the time tried crops and be assured -
J thought the amount asked for from Bradford county, both cot of a good return, is the adviceof
turnips or other strong vegetables was Plows Cultivators Farm MachineryHardware and ,
i while beef is better with potatoes,, not enough and he proposed by amendment .:.ed for the bill. The bill now goes to A. P. Spencer of the University of ,
that $60,000 be stricken the Senate, and if it passes there will Florida extension division. ,
I rice, grits, macaroni, onions and eel out an de -! Field Fence. .
'!become law. Here is list of forage he i
ery. Fish should be used with rice, potatoes $100,000 be substituted. This was th :I a a crops rec-
cucumbers and peas. Mutton subject of several protests on the I ommends for planting now: Cowpeas, "\ ,

I and lamb go well with potatoes, peasor ground that it would cripple the state I!I SAVE THE FEMALES. velvet beans, rice, sorghum, kafir corn, JONES HARDWARE STOREStarke ,,, .-
string beans. The individual! taste board of health to take that much o Spanish peanuts and German millet. 1

will suggest other pleasing combina- the funds provided for that organization. .I I If your spring hatch of chicks results 5

tions that will go a long way in keep I i in the production of many females Many hampers of string beans leave ;
ine down the high cost of meats in the< To effect a sort of compromise. I|'I conserve them for a later egg- Starke daily. Fla.

f diet. Dawson of Hernando county offered a laying period. If you must slaughter .
r substitute amendment making the appropriation 1 I your birds for meat, choose the cock- -

USE FOOD ECONOMICALLY. $75,000 instead $100-|i I erels. Eggs will be selling at a premium -
000. This was accepted by the introducers :;
.|i j less than a year from now and
of the other amendments but'j; 'our pullets should be doing their
Take Care of What the House was not so ready to do so. 'share that time.
,I You .Have and ; .. at
Grow More, is the Slogan. It had been developed that most of Do not kill the young chicken fore
the house had been. figuring that th ; 'meat until they are full grown, is the
half-mill tax for the state board of; t
advice of the University of Florida extension -
1- It is up to the housekeepers of Flor health only raised about $150,000, but division. Broilers and fryers COMEStarting .
I ida to conserve the food supply in the they had overlooked the fact that this! I,*:are a luxury that few Florida families

state, says Miss Harriet B. Layton, o f was an annual income while this appropriation I can afford. It may not have cost you

the University of Florida extension di- was for two-year -i I much to grow them, but with a view

I ; vision. This may be done by using lessI : iod. Ito I[.I what they will be worth when in
r meat daily, by using milk and eggsf : The members seemed to think this'j' flesh, you cannot afford to sacri= .
I f where they will give the most noun put a quite different phase to the sit- f fice them now.
F.! ishment, by using two starchy food uation and at once there was a demand 1 j I Neither should the young sows ben --

: at a meal instead of three or more, by for the larger appropriation. I hurried onto the market. Keep them

j 1 exercising daily economy in the kind' this behalf Mr. Seals made quite a I \for breeding purposes whether they SATURDAY
strong appeal for the larger amount.I'I APRIL 281h 1917.
and quantity of food served to see< rare native stock or purebreds. Buy a
that there will be no waste, nothing t o Mr. Dawson then withdrew his amend I pure bred boar and the litters from ,

.. I : throw away. : ment and Mr. Taylor of Manatee coun .the native sows will show marked im-
.:t j, f. "The war obligations of the women ty offered a substitute for the original l ,provement. Continuing until all Dry Goods Shops 1
t and girls in the home are to conserve e amendment setting apart $50,000 ai, The same warning will hold for the

I j i., and preserve the food stuffs," continued year for two years. This was the provision [I female calves. Keep them for breed- Hats and Clothing closed out.
Miss Layton. "We must not only that was finally adopted, but' ing stock. If you are offered a good are entirely
feed our own families, but our neighbors before that was done< the discussion 11 j j price for the females you might figure I
and those of our foreign allies of the question had covered quite a the situation from this angletheyare
t .' We have serious and difficult wide range. I I
a problem worth just as much to you as they
I before us. We must begin to sav.. Messrs. Seals and Crews of Brad- j are to the prospective buyer. A fine chance to stock with necessary
. food and to eliminate food waste nov ford county offered to amend the bill up
l: providing that the state board .
-Today" of
! A.; And how well the women and girlsi. health should furnish serum that STORMS-OF 1899. Supplies for Fall and Winter when

\ of the State are responding to this cal l would make hogs vaccinated with it i J. S. Griner Lost $7,000 on Truck ,
l. may be seen in the increased activity immune from cholera for a period of Crops.
stated in the reports of the women one year. This was tabled. prices will simply be prohibitive. : \

,. home demonstration agents: Mr. Wicker of Sumter county wanted Mr. J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn was
Putnam County More interest i in to strike free serum from the bill 1 in Starke Monday and called at our

\ canning is shown among people not: and substitute therefor a provision office. Anent the late hail storm, Mr ji
t connected with the canning clubs tha that hog cholera serum should be fur- I(Griner said that in the spring of 1899 Look for

I ever before. Farmers over the coun nished by the, state board of health at ,I he had a fine large strawberry patch t
ty have called to learn_ how to can: cost. This was lost. which he calculated would bring him
"I corn, beans, etc. Mr. Stephens of Hamilton county t- $4,000. But on the 12th of Februarycame

f Calhoun County-About twenty.five tacked the whole proposition as one of a snowstorm, which destroyed
r i children in this county have promisedto iniquitous legislation for special inter-1 the berries and almost killed the plants "MAIN ENTRANCE :

i... plant plots of peas to dry. Others ests. He said the best reason urged -the planting being a total loss. He
.;: will follow their lead. for the free distribution of the serum !,l then planted a field of cantaloupes, 1

;'; Walton County-Many of the club was that it would benefit the whole which was pronounced by fruit men

girls are planting more than the usual state. That, according to his view, I 1 to be the finest in the state, and which

tenth acre. Inquiries are coming in was no reason at all. Railroads, he I was confidently expected would bring .
: from persons who have not heretofore said, permeated the 'whole state and him $3,000, and thus almost retrieve BIG. SALE"Next '

I.j t shown interest in the canning club are beneficial to all the people! yet any: I what he lost in berries. J

l I work; they are asking about cAs, canners legislation in their behalf is always But man proposes and God disposes. J
: and methods of canning. All the assailed as vicious legislation and he : t surplus fruits and vegetables will go could not see any more reason for legjl I hailstorm that covered the ground with -
into cans this year. islating in the interest of the class 1 hail six inches deep and totally de- :

,f I Escambia County-A Pensacola physician here proposed to be benefitted. j stroyed his cantaloupes. t ;<

has offered a cash prize to the Mr. Harris opposed the larger appropriation I! These were hard blows for Mr. Grin- ::.i

. .; girl growing the most vegetables on proposed! but said he was 'I er, who at that time had not yet got a door
r :. her plot, and another to the girl doing Going to vote for the bill, even though i good start at farming and was in debt west of Lawtey State Bartk.'f;;
the most successful work in drying it carried that amount. i 'besides.: But nothing daunted, he

1 f; 1 vegetables. Mr. Lewis said he was very much ': planted other crops, and prosperity ,. ,
surprised at the gentleman from Sum- 1!smiled on his industry more and more ;

Many farmers complain that they ter county (Mr. Wicker) for opposing];as the years passed. -

\ cannot buy seed peanuts and chufas last the appropriation, when he had only j This year he has 60 acres in corn, .
: : in Starke. If they are compelled togo week voted a much larger appropriation ,45 in cotton, a good acreage of pea- ,
elsewhere for things not to be had for the eradication citrus i nuts, potatoes, cane and truck cr&ps.

y ." here, they will buy other things there, canker. He, Mr. Lewis, had votedagainst ,He is one of the most intelligent ando N. C. Peace
' the other bill, and he was g enterprising farmers in the Mercantile I
f too. Our merchants should not hurt ing to vote against this one. county. Company r

i F short themselves of goods.and the town by being Mr. Wicker reminded him that he For Your Child's Cough. rx

had tried to get the house to accept Here's a pleasant cough syrup that ,
the proposed amendment to that bill every child likes to take, Dr. Bell's
The Awakening. providing that the money should be Pine Tar Honey. If your child has a
About two years afetr marrtqe, raised by taxing citrus fruits. deep hacking cough that worries you

comments an observing writer in the Mr. Fenn tried to shut off debate by give him Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey, Lawley Florida
Cincinnati Enquirer, Friend Wife moving the previous question. This I the soothing pine balsams relieve the

sizes up Friend Husband and wonders only applied to the Wicker amendment, I cough, loosens the phlegm and heals ,

t what she...was smoking when she ln> though, and it was voted down. the irritated tissues. Get a bottle today .
agined that he was an Ideal man. Mr. Marshall tried to have the at your druggist and start treatment -
1 at once, 25c (3))
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'iii'' -. + + .. . . I Mrs. Charlotte R. Coffin. Unless said certificate his head so that the gasoline could run UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YES, LIFT A CORN .j1IOFF
+ shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed SUCCESS OF SUB- out. After shaking out what he
I 1 LEGAL NOTICES 4jiINiSTRATOR'S will issue thereon on the 14th day of May. A. thought was the last drop of the YOU DEATHLY SICK WITHOUT PAIN
D. 1917.
+ + + + + + + +
+ + + + Witness my official signature and seal this smarting fluid, he put the nozzle of a
the 10th day of April A D. 1917.
rubber hose into the man's and '
\ Clerk. Circuit Court squeezed the hose with his foot, to Stop Using Dangerous Drug

: KQTICE ia hereby given that on October 8. (SEAL) Bradford County. Florida. blow in air and thus hasten the evaporation -I I To Dry Up a Corn or Callus:
the County Judge of By R. A. WEEKS. Before It
present to Salivates You!
1tH I will of what was left in the ear,
Bradford County. Florida my final accounted 4-13-5U Deputy Clerk. So It Lifts Off With
TOueMrs of the estate of Calvin Mot do.Ceased. FOODSHORTACEU.SIITORLJSHTHEIRPLAN ;smoking his pipe the while. "Don't yo' It's Horrible.You're .
and apply for the approval of same BILL FOR DIVORCE. Fingers. ,
I hol dat cob pipe too close, or you'll set
for my final discharge as such administra- In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of
aM Florida. Bradford County. fiah to me haid," the negro warned., -

to.ted this the 30th day of March A. D. Effice Varnedoe The smarting must have been terrific bilious sluggish constipated' ,
vsWarren You corn-pestered men and women
191? A. Z. ADKINS. but as gasoline fumes are intoxicating and believe 'ou.need vile dangerous'
Varnedoe. ) need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes
of the estate of Calvin Mott. de- Bill for Divorce. the soon became so
AdJoIiJliatrator FOR BREAKING BLOCKADE negro calomel to start your liver and clean that killed
nearly before
c..ued. Starke Fla.RRDINANCE. 3-SO-6mo. Notice to Appear.To I drunk that he went to sleep for the you says
Warren Varnedoe, Greeting: your this Cincinnati authority because
NO. S4.An It having'been shown by affidavit that the rest of the day and when he awoke he
Defendant Warren Varnedoe is non-resident GERMANY'S RUTHLESS U-BOAT Here's my guarantee! Ask your few drops of freezone applied Jirect-
Ordinance making it unlawful for any I I a was none the worse for his adventure.
.JnM or persons to drive a logcart.eircua of the State of Florida, and that the residence druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod- ly on a tender, aching com or callus,

: rl or or disk harrow upon. across or over of said defendant is unknown and that thereis CAMPAIGN DEMANDS IMMEDIATE I son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful stops soreness at once and soon the
street of the Town of Slarke. no person in the State of Florida the ser 4 $ 4' 4 4 4 '
an1 street;. that or are paved with briek. an! MO3inT vice of a subpoena upon whom would bind the ACTION OF U. S. t > > tonight. If it doesn't start your liver corn 'or hardened callus loosen; so it

: ,; penalty for the violation thereof. said defendant, and that said defendant is > CHURCH DIRECTORY. <3> and straighten you right up better. can be lifted out, root and all, with
1. Be it ordained by the Town Council over. the age of twenty-one years.It -
: Sertioa > than calomel and without out pain. ,
Town of Starke. Bradford County is therefore ordered considered and ad- <3> griping or
: of of the Florida. that from' and after the pas- judged that the said Defendant Warren Varn WASHINGTON, April 28.-E\i- $ BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 'SS > making you sick I want you to go A small bottle of freezone cost ,very:
; liP and going into effect of this ordinance it edoe Complaint, do appear herein to on the or before Complainant's the 2nd Bill day of of dence of growing success for the ruth > pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. back to the store and get your mon- little at any drug store, but wilt positively "
unlawful for or
any person persons
; .11811) lie log cart circus wagon or disk har- July. A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree less German submarine blockade has @> Sunday morning service, 11:00 <$ take off every hard or soft corn

:: to nw drive'upon a across or over any street or streets pro eonfesso will be entered against the said forced the problem of supplying the o'clock; Sunday evening service, ey.Take I or callus. This should be tried;: as it \
of the Town of Starke Flor- Warren Varnedoe.It 7:00 B. Y. P. U. calomel today and tomorrowyou '
brick Sunday evening
with : -
; ved ; ,
.: is further ordered that this notice be entente quickly with food and other will feel is inexpensive and it said not to irritate .
$ 6:45 weak and sick and nau- '
idL Section 2. Any person or persons violatingSection published in the Bradford County Telegraph necessities sharply into the forefrontof : ; Wednesday evening the surrounding skin.
1 of this ordinance shall upon eonvic-: a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford $ prayer service, 7 o'clock. Every-> seated. Don't lose a day's work:Takea If
the hasn't fr
the be fined not more than one hundred dol- county Florida, once each week for eight con- American government's war > body cordially invited to attend. spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod- your druggist any ? zone ,I
secutive weeks. tell him to get small bottle for
imprisoned not exceeding sixty days program. > a you
son's Liver
' or Ins shall or be fined and imprisoned in the discretion IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset Aroused by information brought to <$> CHRISTIAN-W. F. LaRowe, f Tone tonight and wake up from his wholesale drug house.? It is
hand and
my affixed the seal of our Circuit feeling great. It's harmless
Mayor. perfectly
Section of the S. This ordinance shall take effect Court on this the 2lbt day of April A. this country by the British and French <> pastor. Services at Starke evQ < > it fine stuff and acts like a charniif very
so give to children
and be enforced from and after its passage D. 1917. war missions, President Wilson and > ery fourth Sunday. Other appointments 0 your any time. \ ((63))

and! approval S. (SEAL) W. T. WEEKS.clerk. his cabinet set about today to launch as follows: First SunS time. It can't salivate, so let them
iH f President of Council By R A. WEEKS. with its full force as speedily as possible <> day at Hampton, second at Rai- eat anything afterwards. (114)A ) -:-

C. ). FUTCH. 4-27-81. Deputy Clerk. their campaign to break down <$> ford, t To Cure a Cold In One Da>.

Town Clerk. <8> Take LAXATIVE BRO ICI Quinint. It sops the .
Approved by me this 11th day of April, A. COURT CONVENES MONDAY the blockade, planned by the adminis- <> EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer <> Telegraph ad will add to your Cough and Headache atd works off f'- Cold.

P. W17' tration as the nation's first physical profits. Try one. rueeits refund money if it lull: ,.. cure f'
Q in school ?>
priest charge. Sunday ,
JOE HILL WILLIAMS. stroke U. W. CKOVIC'S signature on each . 3c.
against Germany.
4-13-St. Copy Mayor. 0& 9:45: a. m.; morning prayer and 1
Criminal Docket Will Keep Grand The food problem occupied the cabinet 4 .
4 -
sermon, 11 o'clock; evening pray- -- -- --
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Jury Busy. meeting almost to the exclusion of 4 er and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal 3

UNDER SECTION LAWS OF 8 OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER 4888 all the other important war questions 7 o'clock, Wednesday

Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster Next Monday May 7th the before the government. Afterward it Come and worship with <* (f '
Company of Chicago, 111.\ purchaser of Tax spring was indicated that the recent German <> us.
Certificate No. 15, dated the 3rd day of August term of the circuit court will convene. Q B. Z. MATTHEWS

A. D. 1914 has filed said certificate in The civil docket will be rather light, submarine ravages were considered so ,. ,
ny office and has made application for tax successful that the United States must ,
issue in accordance with law. Said but the criminal docket will presentso school 9:45 "?'
dd to marshal its resources immediately to ; pastor. Sunday : a. 'Artesian Well Driller
eiirtincate embraces the following described many cases to the grand jury that 4 ;
\ at
? Preaching Sunday
' property situated in Bradford County Florida. put more merchant ships in commis- every
its Work will be arduous. Among the 5' 11 and 7:30 <3>
a. m., p. m. Prayer
to-wit: sion, to help devise some means of
NW> Sec. 21. Tp. S. S. R. 18 E. more notable criminal the I havehad
containing NWI of 40 acres 4 more or less. cases are fighting submarines and to insure a '?' meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 4 twenty-four years experience I i

The said land being assessed at the date of following: greater yield of foodstuffs to offset ; '!. o'clock. Junior Epworth League

Cie issuance of such certificate in the name of Noah, Taylor, who, on January 28th, the increasing destruction of food I Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior 0 Well drilling in Florida.
}. L. Harden. Unless said certificate shall shot and killed his brother, Berry, at car- 4 Epworth League Sunday evening '
I* I redeemed according to law tax deed goes in the war zone.
will issue thereon on the 14th day of May A. his father's place, near Flat Ford. Thisis :Members: of the cabinet took to the 6 at C:45. A cordial invitation is '$>: guarantee to salisjaclority complete ell
the only capital offense. I
D. $
'?> extended to all to worship with
Witness my official signature and seal this Elmer meeting a great quantity of informa- .
Hornsby embezzlement. Con
Itt 10th day of April. A D. 1917. tion given by the visiting missions, including Ous. $: : CONTRACTS -
W. T. WEEKS tinued from fall court. <$> I a plea by some members of the
Clerk. Circuit Court. Robert Jackson, Presley Williams H. '!'
(SEAL) Bradford County Florida.By French commission that America must Raiford FloridaWhy
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Goldie Williams and their wives .all 4 $
R. A. WEEKS. Abernathy, pastor. Sunday )
act quickly if the world is to be saved
4-13.5t. Deputy Clerk. colored, robbing cars on the G. S. & from famine. Recent declarations in 0 school, 9:45; a. m. Preaching ev- 's> \ )

F. railway near Hampton. Continued 0 -
mornin 11 Sunday
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED the British parliament were reviewedas < ery Sunday gat ; -
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. from fall court. supplementing this evidence. There + evening at 7:30. Prayer I

LAWS OF FLORIDA. 'J. C. Eatman, allowing convicts to '.' meeting Wednesday evening at ft
Foster was no attempt to conceal the impres- ,
Notice is hereby given that W. C
escape from State Farm while a guardat '?' 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially ( '
Company. of Chicago Ill., purchaser Tax sion that the food problem had taken I
Certificate No. 130. dated the 3rd day of Au that place. He could not be found $> invited to worship with us. + (
gust. A. D. 1914. hu filed said certificate in I at last term of court, but was re-ar- on an aspect making it incomparably 4 $ m
my office and has made application for tax the most pressing question facing the :
: with law. Said rested and will appear to answer to
deed to ssue in accoi dance United
in its efforts to stem
certificate embraces the following described the charge at the spring court. do
property situated in Bradford County. Florida, the progress of its enemy. ; so manypeople
Goodwine, Jr. assault with
to-wit: Although details of the steps to be 4 4 4 4 4 4 b 4 b 4 9 $ $ % b 44
SJ4! of NE'4 and EU of NEV4 of NWU intent to murder. II j
See 36, Tp. 6, S. R. 22 East containing 100 I Abe Goodwine, assault with intentto taken were not revealed, there were indications I 4 0 i. to
acres more or less. I that more energetic meas- STARKE go
the date of murder. .
assessed at
The said land being I
the issuance of such certificate in the name of Will White, perjury. ures might be expected to speed up the I FRATERNAL DIRECTORY 0

L M. Little. Unless said certificate shall work of relieving the food situation in 4 be redeemed according to law tax deed D. H. Martin, white, selling liquor, the entente countries. These meas- No. b>: the I II
4 F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge
will issue thereon on the 14th day of May A. second offense. I
ures, it was predicted, would be the and <$> I
D. 1917. Simon Jones and <> 35. Meets every second
Witness my official signature and seal thia Gladys Wesley, as- first to take form as a result of the international <$> fourth Monday nights. the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. sault with attempt to murder. conferences here. ;
W. T. WEEKS. $ 0

Clerk. Circuit Court Acceleration of the shipping board's I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. <&
i the Brick Store?
(SEAL) Bradford County. Florida. S ; at
By R. A. WEEKS. THE NAMES IN FLORIDA.A program for a great fleet of wooden <$> Meets every Tuesday night. 3S :

413lit. Deputy Clerk. I ships to carry foodstuffs is regardedas < >
certain.To M. W. of 'A., Starke Camp. NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED clever arrangement of the names increase the trans-Atlantic ton
third WedS
< > Meets first and *
UNDER SECTION LAWS OP 8 OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER 4888. I.of Florida towns by Edwin Lambright, nage the board is striving to put the <> nesday every nights. 0: The reason is to see all the new goods They are

Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster I,of the Tampa Tribune, repubilshed by German and Austrian ships into serv- $> certainly well worth seeing.

Company.Certificate of No.Chicago.190. dated IlL the purchaser 3rd day of of Tax Au- i\i the Telegraph for the benefit of people 'ice as quickly as possible, and the 4 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp 0) .

rat. A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in I'who appreciate a good thing: transfer of as many as practicable of Q No. 138. Meets every second and <$ ; You can get anything that you call for there and

my office and has made application for tax I I coastwise and great lakes steamers $
4 fourth Friday nights.
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said He had traveled over Florida and the ; EVERY THING is GOOD too.
certificate embraces the following described had been impressedOn and'more energetic steps than ever may
property situated in Bradford County. Florida. in that direction are looked for. Ear- <$> Visiting brothers are cordially 3Q
to-wit: his many mental tablets-Pensa- : I They sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price and try to
ly action food control legislation is <8
W14 of NE14 of NE>4 and NW% of NEV4ta4 cola to Key West- > invited to attend these meetings. I

WVi of Wtt of SW% of NE% and NW% And couldn't doubt his knowledge, forecast. 0 keep in stock what the farming people use.
art NW% of SW% and WU, of SWV4 of you What the will do directly to
IW% See. 9. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 East, containing for he surely had the hunch combat the submarine navy menace has not : Among other things BACON, SUGAR, RICE,
tM acres more or less. On the names of all the places, from
The said land being assessed at the date of Yulee to Saddle Bunch. I been fully developed, but it is known HAY. OATS and SWEET FEED.
tile issuance of such certiticate in the name of Daniels further
that is
Secretary planning
XJlknown. Unless said certificate shall I'r 4- p

be wffl redeemed according ,to law. tax deed But he stuck to it so constantly, and conferences with shipbuilders to They carry a line of STETSON hats and the BEST
feme thereon 14th of A.
on the day May speed up the construction of destroyers .
IX 117. he toured the state so long,
Witness my official signature and seal this That he strained his cerebellum and the type of naval vessels generally WhySuffer suits made.
tits 10th day of April. A D. 1917. regarded as most effective against undersea -
his tired brain went
W. T. WEEKS. wrong; craft. It is known also that /
Clerk. Circuit Court. Until now, at Chattahoochee, caged ,
(SEAL Florida. American naval in their con ?
) Bradford County. experts I
By R. A. WEEKS. within the padded cells, ferences with the visiting officers of BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE and FARM
M3-5L Deputy Clerk. From,early dawn till late at night, he
tragically yells: the British and French navies are con- / Mrs. ]. A. Cox, ofAIdersou IMPLEMENTS. .

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED sidering various proposals for American / W. Va., writes: I

UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, co-operation in developing meansto
/ suffered
Alafia, Micanopy, Panasoffkee, Bonifay "My daughter
Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster Sarasota, Wakahoota, Ocoee, Fenholloway fight the submarine. / terribly. She could DON'T MISS SEEING THE NEW STOpK
Company of Chicago Ill., purchaser of Tax These subjcts, it is understood, were /
in bed the
not turn .
Certificate No. 192. dated the 3rd day of Au- touched upon only briefly at the cabinet OF EASTER HATS
ST t. A. D. 1914. baa filed said certificate in Palma Sola, Umatilla, Cisco and Es- the decision to ': doctors gave her up, and
meeting, as was
my office and has made application for tax tero Bay.Tallahassee .
send mission headed Elihu Root we brought: her home to
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said a by '
certificate embraces the following described to Russia. President Wilson expectsto i; die. She had suffered so
property situated in Bradford County Florida. Kanapaha, Ocklockonee, I "
to-wit: get this mission together within a much at. time. Having

SW% and NWV1 of SE'i See. 15. Tp. 8, S. Manatee, Few days, and it is expected to go by / heard of Cardui, we Andrews Mercantile Company
R. 22 E. containing 200 acres more or less. Pasadena, Ponneannah, Pickolata, / I
The said land being as&essed at the date of Muckalee way of the Pacific to avoid the sub- 1 got it for her."

the issuance of such certificate in the name of ; marine danger. Internal conditions in .
N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall All aboard for Okahumpka, Withla- Russia are understood to be considered Raiford Fla. I Ii '
be redeemed according to law. tax deed coochee, Nocatee.
will issue thereon on the 14th day of May. A. rather unfavorable, but officials believe i !

D. 1917. that with the organization and L
Witness my official signature and seal this I'I'the We'll just take a trip to Joppa, Mic- proper the democratic CARDUI :

10th day of April, A D. 1917. cosukee and Quintette, encouragement new '
W. T. WEEKS. I government can be revived into an even ;
.Visit Ichetucknee Chuluota, Rye and {
Clerk, Circuit Court. ,
in the
(SEAL) Bradford County. Florida. don't forgetTo more powerful ally cause r.. i=i"
By R. A. WEEKS. against Germany.
MWt Deputy Clerk. see Juno right to Jupiter, Romeoto
Juliette. #, The Woman's Tonic


UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, Interlachen, Hypoluxo, Econfina and / "lnafewdaysshebegan /

., Company Notice ,is of hereby Chicago.given Ill.,that purchaser W. C of Foster Tax Homosassa Lanark, Izagora, Early Bird and Delivering gasoline is very prosaic // Cox continues to improve, "and," Mrs.had // Highest Quality j ,

Certificate No. 185. dated the 3rd day of Au- Orange Park; work, and there is no more humor in it / no trouble at Cardul /

iwt A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate in Take in Jacksonville by daylight and than there is in the severe style of architecture / cured her, and we sing / ..
my office and has made application for tax I 4
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said Ocala after dark. of the tanks. Therefore, if I its praises everywhere. /
certificate embraces the following described any incident happens to Mr. G. M. Sis- We receive many thousands \ :

property situated in Bradford County Florida here for Eucheeanna; trunk, the oil man, in conection' with / of similar letters / Printing ,
to-wif. Change cars / of the
everyyear, telling
1 SE 4 of NW'4 and W, of NW>4 and SW% stranger, have you ever been his business, that provokes mirth, it good Cardui has done for /
See. 3. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 E. containing ao acres is all the more enjoyed by him. / 7
more or less To Lacoochee Ocklowaha. Injunhamoc, women who suffer front
The said land being assessed at the date of New Berlin, Tuesday morning Mr. Sistrunk and /d complaints so common to / at Least Cost j I
the issuance in the of in the It should dosrdito
. of such certificate name To Thonotossassa, Goshen, Wewa- his colored man were engaged rd, their sex.
N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate ahall \
the tank 9 Try
into '
task of pumping gasoline
be redeemed according to law. tax deed hitchka or to Lynne? /
will Ujue thereon on the 14th day of May. A. from a tank car standing on the spur. / E-77 t

D.Witness 1917. my official signature and seal this Then there's Largo and Narcoosee, Connected with the pump was a small eDon't try us. ,\
the 10th day of April A D. 1917. Ybor, home of the cigar, bolt, the threads of which were worn

W. T. WEEKS. Arrendondo Cerro Gordo, Stillepica, out, and it was hard to keep it in place
Circuit Court ?
. (SEAL) Bradford Clerk County. Florida. Malabar, But when the gasoline got up to a We print Any thing from a ,

By R. A. WEEKS. till don'tknow height of 20 feet in the tank the pressure Let Your Cough Hang On.
And ad infinitum, you card to I'
so on, Visiting a Catalogue
4-lJ-St Clerk. weakens i is
Deputy where are. on the bolt became so great till A cough that racks and : |

you I it would not stay in place by any man- dangerous, it undermines your health -
NOTICE. TAX DEED and thrives on neglect. Relieve it at
OF APPLICATION "OR of After Mr. Sistrunk had
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. I Now I caught this rhyme infernalasI ner means. once with Dr. King's New Discovery.This The i;
LAWS OF FLORIDA. heard this madman rant, tried in vain, his helper said: "Gib me soothing balsam remedy heals

Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster And I thought I would add to it, but I de fing; I fixes it in a minit. the throat, loosens the phlegm, its antiseptic -
t Company, of Chicago. ilL. purchaser of Tax had the touched the
I can'tFor No sooner man kill the and
Certificate of Au- regret to say properties germ
No. 26. dated the 3rd day
. gust, A. D. 1914. has filed sad certificate inn Sopchoppy and Eau Gallie were bolt before it flew out, and a tiny jet the cold is quickly broken up. Children Bradford County Telegraph

>y office and has made application for taxed the next names on the list, of gasoline shot into the negro's ear and grown-ups alike find Dr.King's ..
: > to issue in accordance with law. Said with such force that it knocked him New Discovery pleasant to '
t certificate embraces the following described Then Ochesee and Ocklockneepleaseexcuse Starke Fla.
!. property situated in Bradford County. Florida. me-I desist.A down. The engine was stopped, and take, as well as effective. Have a bot- ,

to-wit: Mr. Sistrunk, who }knows a thing or tle handy in your medicine chest for ':
: SW14 of SEU Sec. 22. Tp. 5. S. R. 20 East and all bronchial affec- .
, and containing 40 acres more or less. Telegraph ad will add to your two about first aid, !got astraddlo the grippe, cough (3)) I. ; ----Jj
t The said land being assessed at the date of kicking and spluttering man and held tions. At druggists oOc. :;
! the issuance of such certificate in the name of ,profits. Try


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i : I, Prices will be slaughtered on all Men's, i
! sf. and Boys' Suits and Pants during this great ,
I : sale. The high cost of buying a suit need
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not worry the men and boys of this county
now for we are selling suits at just about _
: r. ; one-half the original cost. Every suit is
! r.' .. stylish and up-to-date. Our suits are made ,
i:,1' {, : :' i >s from start to finish by custom tailor meth- Ford Car, 1916 Model,
: ods; all the hand work,all the skill, all the
I attention to details all the style that you For Sale.
'I ;;, !I 1 could get in a suit at double their price,you _
! : I can secure at this.sale for about one-half ,
: E One Overland Car, 1916 Model No. 75-B, 31 1-2 horse
the price you pay elsewhere. These suits power}((10
1 i are guaranteed. They will hold their shape ... inch tread,to be sacrificed at an unheard of price at this saje._
I. : I' ly lines and finish as long as wear it.' !
, .t. you "I pledge I allegiance to flag and to the We offer the following goods for sale at Special Prices: ]
They are light cool and breezy. Come and my
I I One Desk, One Looking Glass, One Buffet Glass, One'Oil
._'" enjoy these bargains. Here is an
opportunRepublic for which it stands nation indivisible
I ; one Stove in good condition One Iron Movable Garage.
; ity for saving money on the most wanted j
i I article of merchandise that you can't miss. with Liberty and Justice for all." l This entire stock is for sale in bulk too, if buyer has'the
..t I cash. Call and investigate. ;
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11i 11 [ Wonders never cea.se. The unexpected most often happens. Just when things look!'the

f : ; very best they are indeed ofttimes approaching a crisis. THE NEW YORK STORE must

i r : go out of business, as our lease expires July 1st. Do you realize what this means? A

f,-H I't I'I! I i I f '. 10,000 Stock of Goods

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q EONOM1 tt'4 a Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies, Palm Beach

'. In buying Men's shoes consists ill- \ < .t) 'and Children's Furnishings
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buying them now. The already \.1 ,. Suits
: great rise in price is only an indi \ 1 SOLD pUT
: cator of what the price will be.The
fact that shoes have almost doubled in price within the past 12 absolute I and unconditional I Whether you desire a conservative style
months seems unbelievable;but those who know tell us that the or an ultra-stylish model, whether you we
ti present prices are nothing as compared to what will be. ,
they without limit of medium build tall short stout t. or thin,
So, it's ECONOMY to buy good shoes NOW,especially if you or reserve we can assure you buth of style satisfaction
can find bargains. It so happens that we can offer you these and perfect fit in a Palm Beach Suit.
: ; bargains and can guarantee a fit. But
s more-e can give you this' genuine
I, = We are offering are entire stock,of ,
our shoes for
men women A WORD OF EXPLANATION Palm Beach Suit at a surprisingly; low price
I. and children at prices that will -only
surprise you. It's an excellent op-
j .. portunity'to save money and one you
will have but few chances to take ad- $5 9 5
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come. Look over these shoes Open-
\ ;_ Out! We suggest that :you coMe in and-pick
t. i ing Day. You cannot go wrong no Selling
I matter how many pairs you buy for yours out on Opening Day, for the remarkably -
the family. We are offering these price we are making will make the
I I : regardless of the present high cost. suits go rapidly. They are made of the bestquality
Palm Beach cloth bought by jis be-
} fore the big advances in clothin .
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! ; Ladies and Gentlemen, this is not an ordinary clearance sale, but a real genuine Sell

I '- ing Out without limit. or reserve. You pick anything you want exactly: as, advertised. 0I

I Everybody will be twice glad-glad they came and glad to send their friends. There are,

I \ ,' thousands of items on sale that we cannot begin to list. Come, be on hand
1 ;: ,: when the sale starts without fail REMEMBER THE PLACE. Our Guarantee morning and
I'. Statement: All fixtures bought will be delivered JUNE 15th; not before. '

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1 I f'1 1 The New York Store, L awley, Fla.

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