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: December 21, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ewihed 1879. Subscription, -Per Year, $1.50; ,Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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And R. W. Moseley Came Near LosingAn Canning Factory Becomes Permanent


W. Moseley was the victim of an: .The H. A. Shaver Company, fruit
; REGISTRANTS accident Saturday evening which was and vegetable canners, have shown WOUND FIGHT

not! only painfut but may cause the ; their intention of becoming one of

t, Bradford County Teachers As- loss of the sight of one of his eyes. Starke's permanent business institu-

,$.;' sociation convened in Starke last Sat- Mr. Moseley holds a position with tions by buying from J. F. Canova the -

1 Five Percent of Total Number urday morning at 9:30. In the absence Bradford County Asked to Se- the Clyde Steamship Company in building their plant occupies. The Trouble Started by Disagree-

of the president, S. A. Draper, Jacksonville, and took the Cedar Key deal for the building was closed
Hundred New ment Arising Over Settle-
:f ": Is Mailed'Dailyfirst Lot of Lake Butler, the meeting was pre- cure Eight 1 train for Starke, in"order to spend Thursday, and the plant will be made

Mailed Saturday. sidede over by Supt. E. R. Poppell.Dr. Members by Christmas. Sunday with his family, who live on ready for the canning of beans and ment of Rents.

"I/1: W. G. Law opened the meeting Tenth street, near the depot. The strawberries next spring and early .
* -- train made a short stop at Saxton, a summer. During the tomato season
devotional exercises which
with were William Gainey, a former citizen of
t> Saturday the local draft board of The Red Cross had 5,000,000 mem- flag station four miles north of Starkeat on. the East Coast Mr. Shaver will operate -
D. Gnnn
address C.
followed by an by bers when andit this place, was shot and fatally wounded -
thiscampaign began,
county began mailing the 4:45 It had off Ft. for
Bradford Farm Demonstrator the p. m. started again a plant at Lauderdale.
County on by Tom Marshburn at Bronson last
. to the registrants in this is the purpose of the organization and When the
Mr. tomato
}< qoestionaires "What the Schools Shoulddo was gathering'speed. cannig
subject Thursday. After the shooting Gaineywas
::r county. Five per cent of the ques- for the Farmer Boy." Two charm- to add 10,000,000 new members, be- ley stood in the aisle talking to two season is over he will return to Starke taken to Gainesville for treat-

& tionaires are mailed each day, makIng numbers much fore Christmas. The number allottedto I men. sitting.down, when suddenly someobject to look after the bean deal. He has
ing were en- The ment, but succumbed to the wound on
Bradford 800.
; sixty to be sent out daily. The I county was campaign crashed through the window already ordered a large quantity of
the audience the orchestra
joyed by Tuesday. His body was brought to
:(i board began with No. 1 on the order being composed of B. D. Law, Tim began last Monday and will opposite him, on the west side of the bean seed to supply farmers who wishto Starke Tuesday afternoon and inter-
m fist and mailed to No. 60 Saturday; Canova Albert Du. close with Christmas eve, or next coach. Pieces of glass flew about the contract their beans to him. .
Limbaugh, Harry ment made in Crosby lake cemetery.
-'Monday they began at No. 60 'and Monday night-giving seven two men without injuring' them, but The building sold to the Shaver
bose Mrs. B. V. Hess Misses Doris
The following account of the shooting
;,.ailed to No. 120, and so on until the Law Anna Canova. "The Stan- working days, excluding Sunday, but ,Mr. Moseley was struck violently in'the Company has been used for-several I
was sent to the Times-Union
of 1256 is completed. So it will be the very nature of the Red Cross workis face. He the J. Canova by
F. cotton
,'Brt dardization of Schools" was next discussed wears glasses, and years by as a gin- its Bronson correspondent:
\\yf uy for ,the registrants to tell about I by Supt. E. R. Poppell and L. such that no one need hesitate to left lense was broken, forcing a pieceof nery. In making the sale Mr. Canova Bronson, Dec. 14.-William Gainey,
time they will receive their solicit members on Sunday.For glass into the inside of the reserved his machinery. Be-
What L. Blackburn, of Lawtey. Miss Olive the information and corner ginning formerly of Starke, but who farmed .
questions, for if a registrants eria1number encourage- fore the next ginniag season he will
: Ray gave a practical talk on "How to eye.The with M. T. Marshburn of this place
ment of all I submit of
,. of COO, he will receive his a summary missile proved to be a clinker, construct and equip a modern ginning
Teach in the
Reading Primary the present year, was shot, it is alleged -
such I have received for
about December 27. reports as thrown miscreant who the center of
will business
:;'qnestionaire by some plant nearer
Grades. Prof. Norman, teacher in the and doubtless fatally wounded byMarshburn's
the first three of the
', The local advisory board compos- School of Education in the Universityof days campaign: likely be brought to justice, as the town. Mr. Canova has had a very I old Tom.

ecl of Lawyers J. E. Futch, A. Z. Ad- Florida, made an interesting ad- Raiford _______________________ 32 railway detectives are working on the successful season and in appreciation I The occurred 16-year o'clock son,

trr and A. V. Long, will give as- Brooker _______________________ 39 of the patronage of his friends and tragedy at 9 yes-
,; dress on the subject of "Ideal Lessonsin I terday morning at the home
case.Dr. occupiedby
Lake Butler _______ __________ 56
lbtance: to anyone in filling ,out the History Current Events, Geometry ; J. C. Wills extracted the pieceof customers wishes to give them the use' the and

;; ....era to the questions that are not : and Art." ,- Starke __________.____________ 100 glass from the eye. It was a triangular of. better facilities next season. The trouble Gainey which family.terminated in the\

.'understood. The board makes no Officers elected for the coming piece with sides nearly one- S tragedy settlement of
%- for these services, and if year Total _______________________ 207I quarter inch long. Mr. 'Moseley returned came up over
i charge anyone were as follows: W. 0. W. ELECTION. rents, Gainey claiming he was unfairly -
is not sure he understands the feel stire that the branches at to his work in Jacksonville as
President, S. S. Dowling. .- treated by those owning the
\ out of the blanks he should call Hampton and Lawtey intend to do ual Monday. "
filling farm. The first between
Vice President, Miss Edna Fair- All Friends Camp No. 138, W. 0. row was at
on members of this board at their offices cloth. their share in this great campaign butI S W. held interesting meeting Marshburn and Gainey, the boy, it is

:J' in Starke. The draft board has Lois regret very much that they have so CHAIRMAN a very said, later firing fatal shots,
Secretary, Miss Terry. MAYOR WILLIAMS December 1 14th/. The camp has on a the
nothing to do with the filling out of far failed to make any report of their
Mr. A. J. Griffis invited the asso- WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE canvassing'campaign which is resulting claiming in defense of his father.
.?these questions, and should not be appealed ciation to hold its next meeting in progress. in securing a number of new mem- Gainey since his residence in Bronson -
to for assistance. While the, number of members reported -
has been peaceable and law-abid-
Brooker, and the invitation was accepted bers. New applications being
filled out and is much less that I hoped for, Hon. Joe. Hill Williams, mayor of ; ing and his probable untimely death .
1: The questionaire, for the third Saturday in Jan- brought before the camp at each con-
be filed with the local yet the figures are not discouragingwhen Starke, has been appointed chairman is the entire .
_; worn to, must uary. vention. Each member is urged to at- deplored by community.He
board in seven, days after they are The number attending this associa- we consider the bad weather .I for Bradford county of the War Savings tend regularly.The had a devoted wife and three small
mailed and if the registrant does not that has prevailed and the further fact Committee. He will at once begin children who receiving comfort
tion was unusually large, and the vis. following officers were elected are every -
receive s copy, he should apply to I itors were all entertained in the homesof that such a campaign ordinarily is the organization of the county for for the ensuing 'and succor in their trouble.
somewhat slow in geting started. If the: work of this committee and it is
the local board for a copy. Failure to the Starke people. Both the Marshburns are lodged in '
all the organizations in the county I hoped he will have the hearty Chas. T. Silcox, C. C.
receive the ,questionaire will \ grounds for an excuse for not,returnIng S will continue to work hard until the ration citizens. of every part of the I W. A. Dubose, A. L. of the affair.

'them in the time limit. Severe FOR EXHIBIT AT STATE FAIR. last hour of the time allowed, surelywe county. The war savings plan gives. A. L. Alvarez, Banker. Marshburn is one of the wealthiest

; penalties are provided for neglect to shall get the 800 asked for, possi everyone, even the children, an oppor- Albert Dubose, Clerk.J. citizens of the county owns thousands ..

.file the answers, in the seven days required. A. E. Koehler, director of the Florida bly many more.Bradentown tunity to. do their bit toward helpingto L. Silcox, Escort.P. of acres of r.roperty 'but despite this

.. State Fair and Exposition to be was asked for 500 mem- win the war.MEETING S. McMillan, Watchman.F. he was unable to secure leniency from

*. Eveiy registrant who claims exemption held in Jacksonville from February 26 bers in this campaign and they got S E. Chase, Sentry.All Sheriff E. Walker and so far no bond '

: or deferred classification must to March 9th, was here Wednesday to nearly 700 the very first day.I OF SEWING CIRCLE. visitors are invited'to attend. has been allowed. -

:; ,file .with' the draft board affidavits in interest citizens of Starke in co-ope- did not feel 'called upon to assignto We expect to have some degree workin S .
with other of the the several Red Cross organiza- the near future.CHRISTMAS .
Support of their claim. In case a.sun rating parts county
i> claims deferred classification asS in the matter of having a county exhibit tions in this county any certain num- Tha sewing circle met Monday even- .S STARKE BOYS PROMOTED.

married man, he must have the sup- at the fair. ber af members, but possibly it may ing1 at the home of Mrs. J. C. Robinson GIFTS FOR .

.": porting affidavit of his'wife, for which A great dead of interest was takenin help some for me to let you know in a business meeting, the purposeof BRADFORD COUNTY BOYS Lieutenant A. J. Thomas-' has recently "

; .provisions are made in the question- the matter by the citizens inter- about what I expect of you on the the meeting being to decide how been promoted to a first lieutenantand
basis of the 800 to be obtained and the the funds' secured from the play'giv is at present in temporary command -
\:,- mire. The wife should accompany the viewed by Mr. Koehler, and he went The Bradford county Chapter of
extent and nature of the territory ot en last week were to be expended. It of a company of infantry at
and make her am- .
: registrant to town away feeling sure that Bradford coun- the American Red Cross has sent to
'davit. ty would be represented at the fair these several organizations. So hereit will be used entirely for charitable the following boys from Bradford a Camp. Beauregard_ La. _____

D Si with one of the best exhibit! on the is: purposes, to gladden and brighten the I Christmas package, the list includingboth George Anderson and. William
homes of the in Starke Stringfellow of the aviation
Starke 250 worthy poor corps
E. S. Matthews volunteers and selected
ground. honorary
i BIG CROWDS IN TOWN. vice-president of Jthe association, was Lake Butler __---_____--_______ 200 1 this Christmas time. far as their nameS were available.men, as If have Loth lately been promoted to the 'I
i After the business session the rest rank of sergeant. They have been \\
\ Hampton "_ 125
asked to take charge of organizingthe any name has been omitted, and if it
- : The holiday shoppers and the selected Raiford 100 of the evening was spent in sewing transferred from Kelly's Field, Texas ;
movement in the Starke section.Mr. be sent to Chairman J. E.,Futch, be-
;:: men, who have come in to an- Matthews suggests that persons Lawtey --.-. 100 and social chat. The hostess served tween the present date and New Yeara to Morrison, Virginia. ;

swer their questionnaires, have kept from all parts of the county Brooker 75 fruit' cake, wafers and hot chocolate. gift will be sent. S :

:: ,Starke's streets thronged throughout ed in having the county interest-I I the: next meeting will be at Mrs. H. K. Crosby Clyde ThrowerD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. .

,,_ :\jhe week., The merchants have at- sented meet at the court house at 10 i Total ______________--------- 850 Hughes. P. Shealey Elbert Alford -
I .tractive holiday lines and have been I You have in for ------ S Willie Hendry Neal
'clock-on the first Monday in January see, I put 50 extra Langford Upon inquiry by the railroad com- ;
lept/busy every minute of the entire I for the purpose of perfecting an or- good measure. Let us make the totalat ROAD MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT. Costa Extipus Floyd Green mission into the rental rates and toll ;
; ;*eek. They will ha'Ve a rest spell ovf Frank Starling Marion Browning
ganization.'In least 1,000. J. E. FUTCH, charges of the Lake Butler Telephone

Sr Sunday before the final big drive of the meantime it is* hoped that Campaign Manager.. The road meeting called for last J.Knox L. Shriver Thrower Carl Fred Ward Company they found that the rents .
:, holiday buying Monday the day be-
iot: Christmas. farmers will take good care of some of S Friday night at the county court house John I. Marr Dr. A. H. FreemanH. and toll charges were not uniform and

,. :/:, The the their choice products in order that a J. D. STANSELL OF LULU was attended by only a few persons, C. Richard Willie Jones were rot in harmony with rates fixed '
? lawyers composing legal creditable exhibit may be got together.It ENTERS BUSINESS HERE owing to the short notice and the in- B. F. Merritt George Powell by them throughout the state, and
:'advisory board'of the have had
, county is of great importance that the clement weather. Those present rec- C. M. Chancey Vascoe Dowling they have ordered that all rentals' be I
" i :a.busy week of it. Thty are perform- Wells Dennis Andrews made uniform and that toll chargesbe
county should. be represented at this ommended. to Commissioner Underhill R. A. 1
., ..."- WIng this service without charge and J. D. Stansell, of Lulu, has purchased '
fair. Let's all pull together and show that no action be taken toward for- I W. J. Thomas Schell D. Carver placed upon a mileage. .basis. effective .-
f mercantile businessof I
;4ese for their the general -
'. ,:. praise patriotism. those who attend the fair what Brad- mulatine plans for road improvementuntil W. R. Alvarez Ernest GriffisW. January 1, 1918, which necessi- t
_;,1i S- ford county can do. W. G. Brooks, near the railway the state road engineer had made I G. Crews W. M. Wainwright tales certain changes causing an increase .\
station will conduct the businessin
J' PUBLIC MEETING AT HAMPTON. and his report. It has been learned that Bloxham Ward Aaron Dennis'Jr. in charges in certain instances i i 1]

, .. S future, adding a larger stock of the engineer cannot come here until H. G. Yarborough Hermon W. Bryan and a decrease in charges in certain j ![
-'J- STARKE DEFEATS OCALA. goods. Mr. Stansell is a good businessman E. C. Harper F. B. Lane
f'.1!\ County Commissioner H. D. May ref -- an4 we predict success for him after the holidays. W. '1". Goolsby Othoe A. Mizell other instances. i
The rules and rates have'been !
''f jquests the Telegraph to call a citizens in his new venture. Clarence Ware Roan J. Turner new j l'j
Starke School is playing win- i
High ,
fixed in accordance
drafted and
R. H. Williford H. E. Freeman
meeting at Hampton on Friday night, A.
of Prof.
----- The announcement
ning basket ball this season. They ; S under the instructions of the State i
December D. T. McGill J. Carroll Drew
21st, at 7 o'clock at the Mat -
1 have played some of the fastest high + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +4+ Green, principal of the Live Oak public J. B. Dupree Mason Elixson- Railroad Commission and have been :
onic Hall
$ at Hampton, to discuss road
: ":' improvements.Commisisoner. school teams in the state this season + + school, for representative in group L. J. Moseley Andrew Green approved by them, and a copy will be i j ?
and have not yet lost a game. Ocalais + RATElLL NOT BE AD4 one of Bradford county, was'publish- R. V. Wilson Philip P. Nettles 1 found in the central office. at fake ;

May also asks that a the latest victim of our fast team, + VANCED. + ed in the Starke Telegraph and the J. H. White J. W. Wainwright Butler at all times and we would be -:
'.l*neeting be called at Brooker CP Fri- Lake Butler Times last week. Mr. A. Warren Stafford L. Crews i "
: the score there last Saturday being + + H. glad the public would inspect the same *
.day M night, Decembr 28th. 32 to 11. The team has a couple of 4The Telegraph has lately been + Green is a young man of pleasing and Tate Kite Claud S. Addison as often as may be desired. -.'-- "Z V

S games scheduled for the near-future + able to contract for next year's + gentlemanly personality, highly educated 0. J. Anders Charley J. Powell If these'new rules and rates are 1 \
; CANOVA BUYS FARM. I Hieh School and it is + 4 I and since he has been in Live Arthur C. Pierce Bryant Griffis
i with Duval ex supply of print paper at a rate not fair to all or if they work a hardship ,
acted tha'tth se will be fast games. + that will enable us to continuethe + Oak, has made many close friends, John Roberts J. M. Darby .on any one we would be glad you t

- I? P. B. Bryant, of Baker county, hasib&ght Speaking of the Ocala game the + present.subscription price of + and especially does he hold the respectof Everett P. E. Crumpton Clemons G.Percy A. Anderson W. Kelly would file your complaint with the

J. F. Canova's 180-acre farm Ocala Daily Banner of Sunday said: + $1J50 per year. The only change + the school children and teachers of Volley McKinney W. G. Strinrfellow manager or that you would take the
.n Crosby lake two miles west ofStarke. the school of which he is principal.We .
afternoon + will be that subscriptions must + F. P. Jones John A. Williard same up. with the Railroad Commis-
"The basket ball game yesterday ,
Mr. Bryant was.attracted to between the two lijgh school + be paid in advance. + believe that he is well qualified to J. T. Reddish E. C. Scott sion at Tallahassee, Florida, as the

:;"is l property by the excellent pastur,111I Oeala + Persons whose subscription ex- + represent his county in the legislatureand J. Y. ColsonMarion W. H. Wainwright Railroad Commission would have to
from Starke and was
facilities it affords. He expects teams; the + pife during the present year + predict success for. him in the L. Crews A. J. Thomas approve any change that might be I
was a
': "tto i engage in hog raising and believes largely but the visitors game had + should remit $1.50 at once to pay 4 coming election.-Suwannee Citizen. Carl Prevatt L. Lane desired before the said change could !.
: that the place he has bought is good one, a very William Prevatt W. M. Andreu
B just + up to the corresponding month of. + S be made.

: :splendidly adapted to that purpose. strong defeat by team a,score and Ocala of 32 went'down to 11. in + next year. The rule of collecting- PEANUTS, PEANUTS, Levy E.'JoffnsEdwin L. Shunck. Wm.W. E.A.LangfordC. Moitt I The changes in rates will possibly,

:f' S + in advance will be applied to. all 4 TilE THREE-FOLD CROP. as a whole, tend to increase the rates
_ "The Starke down the P. L. Shunck A. Anderson
boys came on
; I alike. If subscription. is not 4 heretofore charged but if such shouldbe
< ST. MARK'S.f' your ,
; 3$ train and at the Roy Hess Lonzie L. NormanE.
f X _____ afternoon stopped + paid up to some date in 1918 do 4 K. Chas. B. Hardin the effect it will be but fair for obr
Ocala House, returning home on the : Peanuts that.will fill your barn with Perryman
Bff| Morning, prayer and sermon, 11. train. I 41 not be surprised if your paper 4 smoke house with bacon R. B. Griffis E. B. Andrew, Jr. expenses have practically doubled
midnight + fails to. show after 4, forage-your within the last and fair man,
. |t Sunday school, 10 a. m. up January with Double R. A. Dukes J. R Crews year no
"A smal linformal dance was givenin + 4 I -your pockets money. body of desire service to be '
: *$ Even song and address, 3:15: p. m. 1st. Write : Adam Tison Lloyd Greem or men,
next me
"*i' .'V Our are honor of the visitors at the Ocala i' + 4 I your acreage spring. i Nick Johns Bert Johns given at a loss, and we have always f

;.it invited.M.. M. FRYER, House and the young people spent a' + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4, today for prices on the N. C. flat vine I Math L. Mann Percv AlvarezT. found our patrons very liberal and

: Minister. most delightful evening." S I seed .peanuts. H. T. Hall, Lowell, J. Jones F. 0. ThomasP. fair with us and we believe you will

.'f' .. Fla. 127tf.PRESBYTERIAN. M. Johns Lem Rhoden continue the same liberal treatment. ,
i3 Roman Addison Carl McKinney
------ S entered
heretofore Into
All contracts -
;SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICE. Ernest Dowling W. 0. Forsyth for service in advance at
---- had good services last Sunday W. R. Williams H. I. Whitten a year's

,;.There will be a special Christmas famous war picture, "Mothers morning and evening with good audi- Lester Roberts M. L. Johnson reduced rates are necessarily cancelled !

. ;*rrice conducted in the Methodist of France," featuring Sarah Bern- ences. The ordinance of baptism followed Sunday school at 9:45. Preachingat Albert Golden F. C. Stokes under the new rules and regulations -

\; :eaorch in this city next Sunday morn- hardt, the world's greatest actress; both services. There will be the 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. A. R. Reynolds W. S. Whitten by order of the Railroad Commission -

:' 1t jrt 11 o'clock. The decorations, will be shown at Rowand's Theatre I usual services both morning and even- Do notforget that the Sunday Fleurey Dyal William'SappJ. and the unearned portion of .
'. of D. F. Bell H. L. Tillis all such advancements will be returned
t:;ttuoc sermon and all parts of the ser- December 26, under the auspices of I ing next Sunday. "Come with us and school begins at 9:45. Reception Luther H. Cribbs
Johns the first of
: ftce will be in keeping with the spirit ,the French Red Cross. This is the we will do thee good. new members, either by profession or I Goolsby C. I. Cason January, 1918
Chas.. except that two dollars for the January *
: :iitl the season. A cordial invitation is 'only instance in which the "Divine The Christmas entertainment of the by letter, next Sunday morning. Ervin Minton G. L. Jenkins rental will be retained all

; e G'tended' to all our friends to worship Sarah" has appeared in movies, and Baptist church' and Sunday school Christmas exercises emphasizing R. B. Griffis W. A. BerryE. such phones unless the said on

7 -.ith us next Sunday morning. the people of this community should will be held on Monday evening, December "White Gifts for the King" at 7 p. m. M. Knight S. P. Yarborough ordered discontinued before phone the *10th are :;

: ,\:The. Methodist Sunday school will avail themselves of the opportunity to 24th, at the church. Teachers Please come prepared to make your Enoch Anderson J. M. Liftle of

,..he their Christmas tree at' the see the famed actress of many coun- please see that all your pupilsare "sacrificial Christmas offering" for the Bill Brown Earl Whitten January.

dtlaircl1 Monday evening, December tries. The picture has appeared in all notified, that a full attendance of starving children of the world. Come Buck Kite Joseph Stuart Respectfully,

; !",:. the larger cities and the papers have all the school may be present.W. and enjoy the Christmas exercises at Ferry Kite F. 0. WittRodney Lake Butler Telephone O>mn ny,
'. \ R. M. Yarborough By D. E. KNIGHT,
T. L. Z. BARR, I bestowed much praise upon it. Don't G. LAW, 7 p. m. J. S. STEVENSON. ,
Pastor. M. Yarborough 12-21-21 General Manafer.J .
Pastor. fail to ?ce this great picture. Pastor. I -1

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The organization committee of the1

Bradford County Chapter American
Red Cross did splendid work last week A ensi ei

4 =x Telegraph's Little Friend Write Patron Saint What They Would in the organization of chapters over
the county This committee is composed -?

Like Him to Bring them and We Hope Not One of of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, chairman o
; Mrs. J. P. Tomlinaon, Mrs. J. E. ', o
Them Will Be Disappointed. Wilson Mrs. J. D. Randall and Mr. R.j j|
R. Thede, of Lawtey. A number of ;
.q ; -'- -.- other prominent Red Cross workers j!

4 .pNY leer;rs F1a.I IStarke. ;|Mr. Santa Class, North Pole, Dear Santa Claos I have been a(joined this committee in the trips'i i ris

} Dear Saata--I want you to brirg i 1 D/r Old Sarta.-I have been a good good girl all this year aad'hope that]throughout the county, lending eldest s masfo
wteei OristMS. If yoa cant j]little girl since JOG were here and I you will bring me a cow girl suit and aid in the work.
,. bbrmag to bring .want yea to bring a me a little dresser a cap pistol and a doll j I j The first branch organized by the |
wheel I want yea '
is ne \
that would. a little piano, a little writing desk, committee was at Hampton an ae- Q j
I with
me a doIL GoodbyeANNIE you .,and a don with plenty of dresses a ,'count of which appeared in the Tele-! J o
,4'Y briDe me a wheeL TURNER. ball, some orange and IoU of nice Santa Class-I have been a I graph last week in the Hampton cor
; BELLE candy. And Santa Clans,please bringme good girl this year and hope you will Luke i

Dukes Fla. a good little hatband, just like 07 bring me a piano, locket, doll car and At Butler on December 12th
r. alL We will bed. IONA CBASTAIX.I I the Lake Butler branch organiz-i
' J That it
!. <*| to mama has got la was t
+ x x1 Rj Dear Santa Clacs-I am gotag to brag.ego' to deep early and pat the fire out I ed with eighteen pledged members.! would spend sensible=
what I want 'I a
write yon you
you knife of the chimney. I Dearest Santa-I have been a real The meeting was called to order by !0
t / me for Christmas. I wart a -TZTI y .bicycle, wagon ed aome candy: sctool, or-'I very much for a pretty little doll and few gracious words introduced Mrs. ']

I angel and appkfc lessons am going roodI to wont Dear Santa Claus-I have been a I a doll cart. Good-lye. i J. D. Randall and members of the committee f j i Christmas, make sensible

and learn nj ranch far I know.'good boy this year and hope you will AGNES HLW lIT. on organization. Mrs. Randall'! ,
bring me
r 4rr ask
yon Your friend. interesting talk Red Cross
and bring me a bicycle. gave on {
7 *>! you hare loU of little girls boys i RUSSELL GREEN Dearest Santa Claus-I have beena work. Mr. Futch chairman of the presents .

;; rp # to go to see and I have a little fitter what,I I very good boy and wont you bringme Bradford county chapter, Trade a talk ,' :
k f"' that can't write,so I wiD ten you doll Dear Santa Clans-I have been a a swing and little train and also concerning Red Cross matters. 05-i i iq
; A
i' y she want and you bed to bring and store.her: So byi' j good boy this year and hope you will a little drum Byliy.KlRKLL'D ,cert for the Lake Butler branch were j oD I --

carriage. dear Santa a, 'till Christmas eve. :!bring me a watch and chain and an HEWITT. elected as follows: Mrs Howard N.Stantoti '
by. I I I air rifle and a stopper gun. Yocr chairman; Mrs. J. E. Mains, j <
1 .. EDGEL LAXGFOED. fri.M. From SEEBER KING. Dear Santa-Auto with crank, doll vice president; Mrs. Wm. Johnson,i | Presents that will be of value and seri

; F'Y, t Stark. --Fl;..I It i I carriage, bicycle, rolling chimes, been secretary; Mrs. Seeber King,.'treas-I o
it i air Dear: Santa-Please bring me a pretty good.1.SOS PHILLIPS. urer; Mrs. B. P. Wilson and Mr. P... E.j' .x:
t Dear Santa Clans-I want 21 j: vice to the recipients
rt. tie, some Roman candle, some apples Dell additional members of executive
x *; 4 nf and same Thkr toys and s--"n! j
I Dear Santa Claus I have been
"Bow candy, oranges, a nice handler- a committee. After adjournment the j
blocks and dog can say '
; ; a bank and coon I I['chief and tie clasp. Well Santa, I good girl this year and hope you will visitors were shown through the beautifully -
Wow" and a
t a money and 1 guess I have asked for a plenty for bring: me a doll and a cart and a tri- appointed rooms of the Wom- ,
$ stocking {
+ and a Christmas I
:' little this time. Hope to see you Christmasand cycle. Your friend. an's Club house, which give evidence I <
; a train with a track. Then my I will be a good boy and study I GRACE BARKER. of faithful service, and promise of asuccessful .' 0g|
4 sister she wants a doll and a carriage ,: oYour
'4' y4'' and little wash and a little wash hard.; I am nine years old and will branch of Bradford Coun- Presents will be Ghar cfi er.
a pan
r' ABC blocks and little I soon be: in the third grade. I will Dear Santa Claus-I have been: a ty Chapter American Red Cross.
board, some little set of a dishes ''close. So, by by, dear old Santa Glaus. good boy this year and I want a train Brooker branch was organized December -
book and
:r and story a little iron.a Then my other litJ I Iri J PIERCE DEXAP.D. and Irish some MaiL soldier I want toys.cowboy Bring suit.me Do a with 13th at the Baptist church ized Sense and Good Taste
c*: tie brother and he wants a tricycle | I I I a twelve members. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez by il ilIn F ,
in it' Dear Santa Clans-I hare been a :: you think you will bring them I : told of the organization of the
a little gun whats got a stopper : this and will i I' think will bring them, but I want Red Cross
ABC blocks and a false good girl year hope you I' you in Bradford utlty-first J II
and some !?i bring me a doll carriage and a do'J.f|. a soldier suit, too. But when are you as a branch of the North Florida ; p I[
is boy.
; face. Then next baby I
yt-j;! ? ,, he wants something my he can chew on.4 i Your friend. i i:I a coming! My teacher's name is Miss Chapter; .the recent organization into | I( Buy Them Here.
; EDWIN GARDINER. 1t ROZELL DOUGLASS. j!: Star.toa. I hope'rou will have a good a Bradford county chapter and the ;
Yz 1 i I time, too. I think I have a good teacher need for branches in all parts of the ; ,

LETTERS FROM LAKE BUTLER. I Dear Santa Clans-I want you to" tI'.oI>. FromWILBER county. Mr. J. E. Futch gave a comprehensive >
I bring me for Christmas a bicycle anda I KNIGHT. address on Red Cross i
** Dear Santa CI.1.'J-! late I..>D a very I shot gun and some shells to use andI work, some of the things men can do; 1
t'i good girl in school: I want a cow girl : would like a nice big bird dog. I.' Dear Santa Claus-I have been a some of the things women may do; II <
] ,want a nice Sunday suit and I would 'good girl this year and hope you will Borne of the activities in France. The 0q| *
lock like a big box of candy and fruit I bring me a doll carriage and a sleepy election of officers for tSe Brooker II I q our large and well selected
I will be thankful if you will bring me doll. Your friend. branch resulted as follows: Mr. L. A.
& 'r* Dear Santa Clans:Maines wants a these JEWEL PHILLIPS. Brown chairman; Mr. 31. P. Matheny,
things.GEORGE General stock ]
- ,, y rockinghorse. MAINES RAWLS. POWELL. vice chairman; Miss Viney Lewis, you can find presents -
Dear Santa Claus-I want a car anda secretary; T. B. Pinholster, treasrrcr;
,f t *,2 Dear Santa Clans-Blanche wants a Dearest Santa-Please send me one gun also, as I have been a good boy. additional member of executive com- suitable for member of
f a=" I doll and a wagon and a locket. folding kodak, one boy scout knife, CLYDE LOADHOLTZ. mittee, Andrew J. Griffis. o any :
," 14 BLANCHE RAWLS. one boy scout knapsack one boy scout The Raiford branch was organized 1 D
;l f's canteen and a music roll Your friend.. Dear Santa Claus-I have been a Dec. 14th at the high school building o the family for fatherland mother :
'xn: 3- Dear Santa ,Clans James wanta a AUBRY DUNCAN good little girl this year and hope with a membership of ten. County o ,
'C i wagon and a drum, and a horn. P. S-Bring me some fireworks. you will bring me a doll and a car Chairman J. E. Futch, made an ad- D
A ; i JAMES RAWLS. riage and a doll house with frrniture dress on the Red Cross; its object and 4 o down to the little tots.or for. F

.. Mr. Santa Claus, North Pole: in it. Your friend. VIVIAN activities; the need of branches in all

' ,, I Dear Santa-I will try to drop you Dear Santa Clans-I want a bicycle I I I parts of the county. The following friends and neighbors. f
'- a few lines. Well I know it i* near and if I cant get a bicycle I want Dear Santa Claus-I have been a officers were unanimously elected:
tj, C *+ I Christmas times. Well I am a little one of these large dolls at Cohen good girl this year and hope you will Mrs. W. S. Graham, chairman; Mrs. :
; girl who lives on the lake lid!. Wall, Bros., and if I can't get that I want a bring me a doll and a doll carriage, J. R. Nauright, vice chairman; Miss
Santa I want you' to think of me when ring with a ruby and a pearl, and too. Your friend. I Lucy Perry, secretary; Dr. D. J. Johnson o Also, before Christmas and i|
1 ;- you come around in the night. Give skates and a doll as large as I can get, VITA TOMLINSON. treasurer; Mr. S. H. Moore, add iI D I
little iron I hat for doll, pound box of I I tional member of executive board. o:>>
#: me a doll and a so cat help a my a after Christmas is :
:R. '= I mama to iron. I want me a nsw hat candy and I would like two pounds, Dear Santa Claus-I have been a I Mrs. Johnson was appointed manager past, you can :
1 too and a new dress. Well I go to and a lot of water paints that I can good girl this year and hope you will for membership campaign. J Jj
-r. br. scbcoL I am only 8 yean old. I have color with. I can color with those I bring mea ring, doll and doll bed.I I r ] sure satisfy all your needs of the

t ,1 no pet at all and no sister to play have but they get sticky and there is Your friend. CHRISTMAS RED CROSS SEALS.

s '. ;r with and one brother. He help maR a certain way to use them and I don't GERTRUDE POPE. I I ---- here.
'j t .a tc cook. I do hate to wash du!hen know how. There are directions but Christmas Red Cross seals are on, C j family
before I.go to achool'CARRIE I don't understand them. When'I get Dear Santa Claus-I have been a i j!sale at Stump's store and at Mitchell's I D .
ten old I take lesIons good girl this year and hope lyou will o:>>
f LEE DAVIS. years am going Drug Stork also in all towns in the :
in drawing. I want a dozen tangerines bring me a train. Dear Santa Claus; 'county.' These seals are sold through Our goods were bought for !
; fg : Dear Santa Claus-I am a writing .and a half dozen bananas anda I hope you will bring me a doll. "I j i the Federated Women's Clubs for the
to yoa.' .1 am going to school and large doll bed and three story books -- .benefit of the anti-tuberculosis asso- ] the people and we cordially solicit :
r? learning fast and nobody has to write -the best you can find. Last night, Dear Santa Claus-I have been a .ciation. ,
,' g for me, and I have not missed a day. December 5th, I couldn't sleep waitingfor good boy this year and hope you will You can help to maintain the custom
i tr" Christmas. bring me a -. HERMAN. I army o:>> your ;
I wish you would bring me a rifle! and J I that fighting to prevent the spread
c one shot and a toy pistol and some WILLIE MAE JOHNSON. I,of tuberculosis. Here are a few of I D I
Nr apes and a pack of fire crackers. Dear Santa Claus-I have been a 'the army divisions: Anti-tuberculosis o>> :

V r r ANDREW JESSE HERSEY. Dear Santa Clans-I have been a good girl this year and hope you will ,I.association, nurses, dispensaries hos 1s
4 i s good boy this year and hope you will remember me. I want a doll' and ap-' pitals', sanatoria, open air schools and

r Dear Santa Claus-I am writfcg to bring me a bicyek. pies. Your friend.POLA A. HUNTER. .boards of health. What better way to ,
t L. you. I am going to school and a JULIUS POWELL. I.live up to the real spirit of Christmas

learning fait and nobody baa to write Dear Santa Claus-I than to buy and use Red Cross seals ; e U eS Be1o
Lake Butler, Fla. want a bicycleand lolly W
such cause? They cost
a only
s* a
Mks a for me and I haven't missed a day Dear Santa Claus-I have been a a .22 rifle and a train. Your I 0D
a piece, and will make
;* jet and I want you to bring me a rifle I friend. JULIUS POWELL. penny your 0V
good girl this year and hope you will Christmas .
I letters and packages much
;; and some shot and a toy pistol and I .
bring me a carriage, doll and a more cheerful
some caps and a little train and a I
Dear Santa Claus-Please
road for it to run on. I doll bed. Your friend.ELIZABETH. of shoes bring mea Many hundreds of thousands of soldiers o DOLLS :
SILAS MARTIN HERSEY. cap, pair of and.stockings anda in the great war have been sent all sizes DOLLS
pair pants. Bring me some fruit. home from the trenches wounded not
-l I Dear Santa-I have been a good LITTLE ALBERT DOWLING. by bullets but by tuberculosis, and the I
; Dear Santa Claus-I have been a boy and I wish you would bring me a number of consumptives amongthe Go Carts Black
i +:4 good boy this year and hope yon will 'bicycle. Your friend. Dear Old Santa-Please bring me workers and children at home has : Boards

, SI? ; bring me a bicycle and a watch and SEEBER CONE. an auto and little brother a tricycle. multiplied. Thousands of Americans .
R chain, and a cow boy suit Your friend,I Bring us a little gun too. From lit- examined this year for the army have 0n Wagons VelocipedesAutomobiles :
c been found
\ Dear Santa Claus-I have been a to be unsuspected cases of 0
1. '" good boy this year and hope you will tuberculosis. In time of peace tuber- .. '
Air Rifles
:,I Dear Santa Claus-I have been a bring me a bicycle and a soldier boy Dear Santa Ciaus-I will write you culosis has been the disease that kills ,
t' good little boy this year and hope you and a stopper gun. Your friend. and tell you what I want you to brine most and among the chief causes of 0
e : i': 1 will bring me a cowboy suit, and wish CECIL TALLMAN.Dear me. I want you to bring me a litt?! poverty. In time of war it must be Cannons Xmas Stockings .1 o oq .1i
you would bring me a .22 rifle Your car and a tricycle and some fire crack fought doubly hard to strengthen our ,
F-- friend. GEORGE POWELL. ers, too, und some apples and candy army, conserve the strength of the
i* Santa Claus-I have been a little nation and hasten victory. 9D Wood Blocks Chests
I pnd brng Winford a gun an I 9D i Tool.
;'f !5 m. good boy this year and hope you will acme shells to pu in his gun. Sr. Ly Under arrangement with the Amer- I
l s t Dear Santa ClauW.ll, Well! I suspect bring me a bicycle and a gold watch, by, Santa Claus. ican Red Cross at least ninety cent
-s 5 you are getting ready to come to a .22 rifle and a box of cartridges. I ROSCOE BROOL *. of the proceeds from the! seals per sold in
Lake Butler and I hope will re HOLLAND CHASTAIN. -
ca gl you this state are used for the campaignhere. .
s& member me. I am 11 years old. I am .
z a going to school I am a little man. Dear Santa Claus-Please bring me !
Dear Claus-I have been .
T Santa a
-. I all I I want to and little sister some Christmas toys.
help papa can. you
bring me a air rifle and some shrt and good boy this year and hope you will We want you to bring us a little ball Dear Santa-It is about Christmas;S A. M. DARBYStarke

,;! ;' :>". a little wagon and some fire crackers'and bring me a bicycle ARLEN and AMBROSE.a .22 rifle. and a little bed) and a little tea set, SO I will write and tell you what l' U i ''I

1 a little automobile and a water j j" also some apples, oranges, bananasand want. I want a bicycle with a coas I'C
t pistol and some other things, and I'll I other things nice to eat. Our ter brake and a head light and a bell.
be good if you will treat me right. I I Dear Santa-I want you to bring house will be easy to find. It is on And, dear Santa, if you have any
haven't no pets, dear Santa Claus, andI 'me a little horse and wagon as I have the Lake Butler and Providence road. toys that you can spare, why I will be *.* 'Florida i
I worked to buy my winter clothes. been real good. By by Santa Claus. glad to get them. With love. I '

i s \ J. C. DAVIS. t W. E. LOADHOLTZ, JR. BROOKS. EUGENE MATTHEWS. 01:1001:10.0=0. IOBO::: :JO='

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# ADMINISTER ANTITOXIN IF certificates can be procured from all 4

,1 -- D1PTHERIA IS SUSPECTED 1 LOOKED SO WELLHERSISTERDID county superintendents. To secure

.* News of Florida in Short-ParaaraphL these reduced rates teachers can pay
,local fare to nearest point on eitherof HR
Prevention of the spread of dip- these lines then certificateand
theria rests in the quick administration ticket to and
purchase Daytona
r ip. r Live State News J of antitoxin, the thorough laboratory return. Tickets are on sale from De- a

analysis of the throat and nose cember 25 to 28 with final limit for return -
secretion and proper isolation of those NOT KNOW HER January 1. HARDWAREW
found to harbor the Such a
Told by Our Exchange. germs. The rates are as follows: _
procedure is necessary for the control From Jacksonville and return, $3.80
'i, .
ft- '\\: of the.malady.. Hence. Dr.. W. H. i From Palatka and return, $2.05.
Cox, state health officer, is urging upon Alabama Women Says Her I I
I From Lake Butler and return, $4.25.
to the boat into
WAUCHULA.-Mr. W. S. Shelton they managed get physicians and the public the necessity WA'
::. made his first shipment of strawberries Lake Jackson. Realizing that they of acting quickly in all suspiciouscases. Case Had Been Given Up as From Hampton and return, $3.55.
Monday sending thirty-two quarts .were getting into deep water, they decided '' .

. to New York City. These undoubtedly I to abandon the boat and swim At this season of the year, all cases H.operess-Gains 33 Poundson Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev

will be the first strawberries on the ashore. The younger boy became exhausted of tonsilitis, sore throat and other affections Tanlac. erybody. Advertise! R
New York market this season. Mr. I and drowned. He was the son of the throat should be regarded i

, Shelton has the finest field .of 'berries of Mr. and Mrs. George North. as suspicious, and specimens JOHN WHITE & CO. I
"I went on a visit to old home
had and they were my
be has ever says from throat should be submitted to LOUISVILLE, KY. E
not long ago and, honest'my own sis.
the Sunday night.
not injured by
TALLAHASSEE. Because James the laboratory for examination, the
ter didn't know me at first, I'd improved Liberal atsortmtnt
Coger, an industrious negro of Wa- initial step of which is done by the so much," was the astonishing and full value paid
ZOLFO SPRINGS-The town coun- kulla county, asked Joe Butler, another physician swabbing out the throat of statement made by Mrs. J. D. Morri- C. Jones
cil Friday added the final touch to improvement negro for a nickel the latter had the suspect and sending the specimento son ,of 1403 Avenue F, Ensley, Ala., I ::FURS
plans adopted by this pro- borrowed from Coger some time-be- the state laboratory for examination. "and all my neighbors are asking: what I. Hides and Starke Florida

gressive town when the contract for fore, Butler said, "Yes, I will give you I have found to put me on feet I Coat Skin ,
paving several streets with vitrified your nickel," drew a forty-five calibre If there is present suspicious evidence again, for my case had been given my up -
brick to the Edwards Construction Co., revolver and shot Coger to death, according of diptheria the physician should as hopeless months ago.
of Tampa, the work to begin as soon to authentic reports reaching administer immediately antitoxin ina I had a chronic stomach trouble
arrives from the sate of minimum dose of ten thousand unitsto
as the money here Tuesday from Hilliardville, the the last three years that got worse
the bonds, which is expected to be scene of the tragedy. The ball enter- be doubled in severe cases, and re and worse, in spite of all the medicineI I
here by the first of the year. ed just over the heart and the wounded peated if necessary! In no case where'
took, till I was a nervous wreck. I I
" man lived for twelve hours in great there; is a suspicion Df diptheria should lived on raw eggs and liquid foods and Au bout d' un an

.J DELA .-After a two days' trial agony. The assassin escaped and has I the physician wait for the laboratory was feverish and bilious and restless I
Chris A. Codrington was acquittedof not yet been apprehended.TALLAHASSEE.At. report before giving the antitoxin. most of the time. I was operated on
of criminal libel broughtby There is no danger in its administration -
the charge at the hospital and came out a living
L. A. Stewart, the prosecuting witness and even though the report showan skeleton and the operation didn't dome

The published article upon the board of state a meeting of absence of the disease, no harm I I any good so far as restoring my I Christmas and the New
which the case was based was entit- institutionsMondaymorning will result to the patient for having health was concerned. May
check for $15,000 from the been this treatment. at
a given Again
Hoodoo. The \
led "Killing a case was "I started in taking Tanlac and af-
prosecuted by J. E. Peacock, county United States government was turnedover times the first laboratory report may ter the first bottle I began to notice
: to the state in payment for the be negative with diptheria present, so Year find : prepared to
.r'. solicitor, assisted by Tom B. Stewart, my appetite increasing so when I had you en-
witness. cutter Roamer, formerly the state do not delay in the presence of suspi-
son of the prosecuting finished the third bottle I was eating
shellfish commission's patrol boat but cious throat trouble.
right along whatever I wanted and
now in guarding the Florida The state health officer
recently was the blessings and comfortsof
could sleep good at night. I have gain- joy
; coast. The sale of the trim craft was advised of a case where one physician
. three days has failed to locate F. S. ed thirty-five pounds and am now doing -j
authorized by an act of the last legis- had five deaths in a short period of
t .Arrey, who disappeared Saturday lature. The check was presented by; time because he failed to administer all my housework, as well as the HOME and FIRESIDE. Theseare
I while catching crabs at Coney Island, washing and nothing seemse .to hurt'me. !
Capt. T. R. Hodges, who is now serv- antitoxin promptly in the presence ofa
; near here. It is the belief of his rela- Tanlac beats everything I ever
his country on the vessel suspicious throat affection.Dr. .
ing same very
tives that he was caught by the tid? which he commanded in the fisheries Cox has endeavored to place in tried and I wouldn't give one bottle I
in and carried out into the of it for all the other medicines in the the things worth while. Let
a pass service of the state while he was shell- easy access to every case or suspectedcase I
Gulf. The waters along the shore fish commissioner. When the Roamer of diptheria the antitoxin for the country.
were dragged but no trace of the body was purchased by the state from treatment. The has been Tanlac is sold in.Starke by C. P. -
proper serum
found. The man's Cason and by one druggist in every to BUILD MORE in the
could be missing 1 private parties, Mr. Hodges, actingfor distributed throughout the state so town in Bradford us plan
hat and shoes were found hanging on the board of state institutions, that it can be secured quickly by the county.Adv.EDUCATIONAL
x -a crabbing stick up in the waters. I paid $14,400 for it I physician in charge. To indigent pa- .

tients the antitoxin is free and to I ASSOCIATION I Year approaching.Yours .

ST. AUGUSTINE-Hubert Powers, those who are able to pay fos it, it ; MEETS AT DAYTONA DEC. 26.
aged fifteen years, while returningto l\1ADISON.-Mrs. J. A. Cottirigham will be furnished at the minimum
his home from school at Hastings and Mrs. J. E. Cottingham were both price. for improvements

Monday afternoon was run over by a severely injured whe nthe auto in Diptheria is prevalent in some por- I The Florida Educational Association -
motor truck and instantly killed. It which they were riding with their hus- tions of the state, but no where is its will hold its annual meeting in

appears that the lad after leaving the bands, ran into a ditch four miles presence reported in alarming'pro Daytona December 26, 27 and 28, and
school: building jumped on the rear from Valdosta on the Kinderlou road. portions. It is a disease almost en- quite an interesting and beneficial
of a passing motor truck unknown to Mrs. J. E. Cottingham had a gash five tirely of the nose and throat causedby program has been arranged. Several .
the driver. After riding some distance inches long cut in her head, suffered contact with individuals.harboring ', prominent speakers from other states
along the boulevard the boy attemptedto greatly from the shock and loss of the germs and throwing them off either -' will be on the program as well as Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.
jump from the truck and in so do- blood. Mrs. J. A. Cuttongham received by coughing, sneezing or carelessly some of the foremost educators of
ing his sweater became entangled in many cuts and bruises about her leaving articles soiled by secretion Florida.
the chain of the vehicle which threw head and face. Neither man sustained about for others to handle. The Florida East Coast and the

him under the wheels which passed injuries. The injured ladies were pick- Also there has been cases reportedin Georgia Southern and Florida are the The Home Builders
over the lad's stomach and death was ed up by a passing auto and given other states where diptheria was only roads' that have granted rates for Happy
instantaneous. I treatment at.the Valdosta Hospital. It contracted through infected milk. the exclusive use of teachers and the

is Stated there that the elder Mrs. Cot. However, the former means of com-. members who present and surrender

TALLAHASSEE. J. Durrance, tingham was not seriously injured unless munication are the most common. properly signed certificates. These
from shock and great loss of Sore throat is almost always the
month _
suspended over a ago as
collector of Wakulla county becausehe blood. The accident occurred while I first and prominent symptom, and this 1-
driving on a high embankment, controlof
should in itself be considered SUffi-
was short in his accounts some the machine being lost by the driver. ciently suspicious to call for [,
eight thousand dollars, was reinstated: The an examination -
car was badly damaged.
by a physician. As soon
Tuesday. No successor had been appointed as Let's not forget our own little Orphans and Homeless Kiddies Right here at our
diptheria is suspected the patient
in place of Mr. Durrance, but
the governor instead, gave him an opportunity .-Ten cases of !should be isolated in a room as far as door in Florida, Folks. It wouldn't be rightit wouldn't be patriotic, it wouldn't be human
possible removed from the rest of the
to make the good '
money bootlegging were brought up for trial *
which the tax collector did. By bring- in the Municipal Court Tuesday morn, family. Do not wait until you are sure
ing contending factions together and ing as the result of vigorous work on the disease is diptheria, but give the No indeed we don't want you to give one penny less to any little Polish or Belgium or

permitting Durrance to collect what the part of the police Monday. Fol- child dose. at Curtain once antitoxin in a curative French Orphan Kiddies, but we do want to call your attention; to the hundreds of home-
was due the office, the governor virtually the recent orders of the rugs, and all other unnecessary -
mayorto and urchins here at door-almost door step
less right on
saved the state $8,000, which Chief of Police Roach to make an I furnishings should be removed helpless Orphan your your -

otherwise would most likely have been extra effort to suppress the illegal sale from the room. No one should I our own and your own little Florida youngsters-in dire distress and need. We don't want
I be allowed to enter the and the
lest. I of liquor, especially to soldiers, mem- nurse should not leave it room, nor should you to step over one of these little mites at your doorstep, while you extend your handsin
bers of the force have been doing everything -
any clothing, bedding or other articles aid to other children in need far away.
ARCADIA.-Monday morning all possible to round up the ped-
used by the patient be taken from
automobile which was driven by W. dlers of booze. In most cases' where
31 Randall, of this city, turned turtleon I arrests were made Monday, negro the room.rhould In be short enforced., the strictest isolation Oh! but you say, Why there are no children in Florida really in need are there?

the Brownville road near here and men were detected steering soldiers to The lives of many thousands of children Listen, right this minute-there are actually hundreds of little ones in dire distress in our

the occupants, four in number, were places where liquor was being dis have been needlessly sacrificedby State. We know because over 900 of these poor little unfortunates have already receivedour
spilled info the ditch by the roadside. pensed. The prevailing price was $1
All the occupants were more or less I I per half pint,, and from all accounts neglecting delay in to have administering laboratory antitoxin examination -, care and attention so far this year-and an average of three new little mites are reported -
injured, but none seriously hurt. A business was good. Two of the'de made and waiting until textbook each day. If we had space we could tell you of children who have actually starvedto
short time after the first accident occurred fendants got off with a warning, the -
signs of the disease are present.The death yes-right here in your State.
and the wreckage was pickedup evidence not being strong euough to one and only effective treatmentfor I
another car, driven by W. B. Jen- convict, but eight others were aSsess- diptheria is antitoxin and it has
nings, a grower of this city, also turn- ed fines of $100 each. reduced the death rate from more Our Receiving Home is packed full of Homeless Boys, Girls and Babies-in fact we

ed turtle, throwing the driver from ;' than fifty per cent to less than ten per have had to turn our open air school room into a sleeping room-to accommodate.all the

the jury.car The but peculiar without part any of serious both accidents in-- TAMPA.-J.'S. Morgan, of Braden. cent. little unfortunates-and each one of these Kiddies is just aching, craving, praying for a

was that they occurred at a town was arrested on a charge of MEMORIAM.John Good Home for Christmas._ Every other orphanage and Children's Home is packed full,

point where the roadway is as smoothas bigamy local police, following that the notification man had to been the IN too- and all these Kiddies just must be fed, clothed and cared for-war or no war. I
a floor and straight for several hun- .
dred seen somewhere in this section. Mor- Quincy Owsley, the stalwart
yards each side of where the ac-
fisherman, disappeared few Good Friend listen! There three big things the good poople of Florida can
cidents occurred. gan, a a young son of our beloved citizen, Mr.J. Now, are feI
months ago, and later his boat, over- E. Owsley of the Theressa district, do for the many little ones under our care right now.
turned, with his hat on the shore, was was accidentally killed in an automobile -
TAMP With less than two thousand found. It was supposed that he had accident at Cocoanut Grove, on -
votes cast out of a total registration been drowned, and the water was the East Coast of Florida, on the F i-st-Pr vide every child a good home before Christmas.

of more than 14,000, the good- dragged for the body. Lieutenant of evening of November 25th, throughno

roads bond issue for $875,000 was carried Detectives Thomas investigated and fault of his. Going toward the be- Second-Send us a cash contribution to enable us to Continue our great State-wide,
s in this county by about 100 majority found that Morgan had a wife in ginning of.the great army aviation
Undenominational work which provides for practically a thousand New Kiddies in need
Tuesday. With five small coun Bradentown, whom he married Jan- ground being built near that place, ,
e ty precincts missing the vote is: For uary 10, 1914, and that he bAd mar- riding his bicycle, he was run into by every year. \ .
bonds, 926; against, 807. This beingan ried a widow, Mrs. Virginia Elkins, of a'i automobile and thrown from his

"off year" for elections, less than -I-Tampa, on August 7, 1916. About two wjif-el. The fall caused concussion of .Third-Get up a package or box or barrel of Fruit, Nuts, Canned Good, Vegetables,
2,000 persons had qualified by paying weeks ago the two wives were brought ke brain, from which he died in an
poir taxes for 1916. .This number with I together: and had a warrant sworn out hour. Preserves, Jellies, Meats, Live Chickens-or anything else to eat. Or a box of Children .

0 the non-liable for poll tax brought the for Morgan. In the death of this bright boy we Clothes, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Ties, Ribbons, Stockings, Kerchiefs. Etc., or some
M total qualified voters to a little over lose one of the finest specimens of other ,
-- Dolls Games Candy or goodies.
Toys, ,
0 4.100 and of this number less than fifty young manhood, also one in whim .
per cent voted. Contracts which the FLORIDA STATE FAIR NOWA
there: burned the fires of honest pur-
county commissioners let tentativelyand MEMBER OF THE A. P. A. pose and action. Held above reproach If you want a Baby for Christmas or a fine Boy, write our Superintendent.If .

; depending on the success oi to his death is sincerely regretted by all

day's bond issue and sale of bonds call The Florida; State Fair and Expo- who knew him. We feel that in the silent you have money to send, send it to our Treasurer. i
construction of more than fifty grave yonder lies the best that
sition, which will be held in Jackson-
e; miles of hard surfaced roads, partly life could give a good boy.
M f i"J. of brick, grouted with cement and ville from February 26th to March The bereaved family has the sym- If you have other articles, direct them to our Matronj Mrs. M. E. Cole.
9th inclusive is member of the
now a .
Partly of asphalt block. These roads this. 1.Children's -
pathy of the whole community in !
? American 9ssociation duly
N b will connect with all of the main roadsin the Poultry announcement, of this accredited their hour of first family: lo:s and Receiving Home 1944 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. Christmas is almost "

"' county other lines.surrounding counties at the honor having been received by General trouble. A FRIEND. here now. Please don't forget our kiddies will you? Help us in some way to keep up : :
Fla. 14 1917.
Hampton, Dec. ,
the Manager secretary B.of the K.: Hanafourde association.This from our glorious work, and make your own Christmas Happier, too. Pleading in behalf of the '

SEBRING.-Becoming exhausted in assure sthe poultry exhibitorsof PLANT PECAN TREES.I little Homeless Kids right at your door, weare your Co-Workers, r. ,7;

$ an attempt to swim ashore after aban- competent judging of their birds, as have made arrangements with a 1 "
doning a boat in Lake Jackson, Reu- well as lend prestige to any honors reliable nurseryman to buy of him the
; ;a ben North of this city, a boy of nine that will be carried off by prize fowls. best varieties of Florida grown budded I THE CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA

Tears, was drowned Saturday after- "All judging will be under A. P. A. ,, pecan trees at the following prices -
;' Boon. Parker Mahon, aged fourteen standards" declares Dr. Hanafourde, to-wit: Trees 4 to 5 feet high, 50

'" Tears, who was with young North, ,"and the pultry show at the state cents; 5 to 7 feet high, 60 cents; 7 to "Florida's Greatest Charity"State
J Managed to reach the shore and upon fair will be the biggest thing of its 9 feet high, 75 cents.
ss :J.j. his arrival in town a large party set kind ever attempted or held in Flor- Anyone wanting trees please let me
; out,for the lake equipped with drag- ida." know the number and variety of trees Headquarters 427-428 St. James Bidding, Jacksonville, Florida. ; I,

: .&.. ,tog hooks. After several hours of The building in which the exhibitwil wanted as once, as the supply is limit-
.A -i:dragging the body was recovered. Ma- Ibe held is 150 feet long by 50 feet ed. Trees can be planted from now Judge W. H. Baker, President. R. V. Covington, Treasurer. Marcus C. Fagg, Supt. ,;i

: : !Ion and North left Sebring Friday I wide, and is in keeping with the architecture until March 1st.
I ; % ?morning for a hunt and finding an old. of all other buildings at the N. D. WAINWRIGHT,
f-*.. in Jackson creek, without oars, state fair. 1130tf. Starke, Fla. :

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by everyone knew him. Just \-.e holster made a business ttip to Ala- ed I I
Yes Inttri .t.ty Tdepipk month ago heV eyed the call of his chna Tuesday afternoon. John Shriver, M. P. Matheny, T. B.
r country acd went away to ths training The baby of Mr. and Mrs.J. H. Sur- Pinholster, J. S. Forsyth, J. D. Barter -,
camp in strong manhood nnd in the rency, of Graham, was severely burn Allie Shriver, Dr. A. E. Russell,
,r Pellissltd. Weekly,wintered u sea "prune of life. After reaching Camp ed Sunday morning by falling in the I Miss Vmey Lewis, A. J. Griffis, Ruby O;
ml dar Bitter at the postGec at Jackson at Columbia, S. O, hi contracted fire. Dr. Tomlinson, of Starke, was Crosby and Carl Lewis. j e
:A SUrke Florid*. measles which was the cause immediately summoned and came and I I I Officers elected were: 1 I|
of his death dressed the burns. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. L. A. 'Brown chairman; M. P. Ma-
T. of this grandparents 'theny, vice chairman T. Pinholster M GIFTSHOP
E. 8. MATTHEWS, Editor ud OWBTT The remains arrived at Doles on Osteen, place (
the 11:'.0 train Saturday. Many of the little one, were also summoned l land I I traeasurer; Miss Viney. Lewis secre-.
G. B. JORDAN, AttoeUte Editor. went at At the last
friends and relatives met the train to once. report jtary. J
i -.- do honor to the deceased, the cars beg the little one'was doing as well as 1 I I A meeting of the Brooker branch of ;
CfiRlSTMA& 1 in decorated-with-U.: S.: flal. could !be expected. I the Red Cross was" called Tuesday
r The burial took place Sunday at the Misses Mamie Pinholstr and Edna night at the school building. Four
where I I Baxter. Pine Hill's progressive tea"her new members enrolled and the follow-
This is the last issue of the Telegraph 'eautifnl Providence cemetery
;. were in Gainesville Friday afr\r-j ing campaign committee was appointed
before the holidays. Christmas en Saturday, Othello Harder, from the
is ever and as we advance in same camp, was laid to rest and nearby won. I l : ,
groping young along the unknown was the grave of Forrest Sheller, There will be no Christmas entertainment I A. J. Griffis, manager; Mrs. Shriver -:
years, who died at Wheeler a short by the school as was announced Miss Viney Lewis, J. D. Baxter,
the Camp
hail with recurrence -
ta.: roads of life, we joy '
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s of this time, for it is like an time ago. Thus it is that three young in last week's issue on account and Ruby Crosby. The Pleasures of Life
old friend we have known from childhood men from this immediate community of not getting part of the literature It was decided to meet next Sunday'
like other have sacrificed their lives for the cause in time. night at the Free Will Baptist churchat I
who does not,
,r friends, turn cynical and crusty with of. Democracy. Extra Gang Foreman; D. P. Mitchell 6:30, before the service. Every- I "II There are many kinds and derived from manj. _
Christmas always wears the ,Seemingly the lives of the splendid and crew are stationed here for a body cordially invited to come pre- sources. But the greatest source of pleasure lies

.tame age. merry smile, which comes from young men have been wasted, but not while doing repair work on the Wan- pared to enlist, as we want a large t I I in the possession of beautiful jewelry.
Branch. membership for this branch. It is
the heart-a smile so infective thatit so-in a great structure many brick nee not
causes us to forget oar troubles and are buried out of sight in order to Mr. L. Morgan made a trip to Graham for the benefit of any special individual Approprtate jewelry is the ideal gift Jo friends
in the general rejoicing. It is have a firm foundation. The li\:es of Sunday morning. but for the good of alL and loved '
join gentle and unsophisticated, and com- these young men are part of the great Little Madeline Hazen has been ,There will be services Saturday and I ones. It is always present to remind the '=
apred with the general run of life it structureDemocracy.Rev. very sick for the past few days, but Sunday at the Free Will Baptist recipient of the giver, and tale pleasure does not
is like Andersen's fairy tales compared Walters conducted the funeral at this writing is some better. church by the pastor, Rev. N. F. Wal- diminish with the passing of but rather in-
I. years,
with the thunderings of Roosevelt. services in very impressive manner, Mr. Lee Gainey has moved his family ters, of Gainesville, his subject for '
# The heart turns generous it is a season and the remains were tenderly laid to in the cottage he purchased of Mr. the Sunday morning service being the creases. All have some treasured article of jewelry .

of giving. Some of us have noth- rest. The floral offerings were beautiful T. R. Collins. j,:"Nativity of Christ." Each service i given by someone years ago, which money can
ing to give, but still we can contribute being presented by Miller Grove, Mr. J. E.| demons was a business I I will be in touch with the Christmas i i not buy from them. Why not make someone hap. -

+- a cheerful countenance and a pleasant Woodmen Circle and Miller Camp W. visitor Mrs. to Kensie Jacksonville of Gainesville last Friday. season.It has been" that J py this Christmas by a gift of jewelry that will .,
h word many of us will receive no gds 0. W. Sidney was a son of :Mr. and visitedrelath.es suggested the peo- recall
yet we; will feel happy for the happy Mrs. E. B. Bielling.A here part of last week. ple of Brooker and community spend a I : the most pleasant associations in after years? ,.
R Christmas spirit is contagious. The heartbroken mother, father, three The meetings of the Ladies Aid So- quiet Christmas, full of peace and
tot, who believes his father is the brothers and'three sisters, besides a ciety of the Free Will Baptist church good will toward all, visiting the sick I I We have'the article in our splendid line of holi

mightiest man in the world, revels in large host of friends and other relatives have been changed from Wednesdayto and administering to. those who are in I" day jewelry that will please you-just what you !_

; y mysterious prospects of what good mourn the untimely death of Saturday afternoons on the first need. I want And you have the satisfaction of knowing
things he hopes to receive from him, their precious son, brother and friend. and third Saturdays of each month .
or from Santa Claus through him, and Weep not, dear parents, you have one for the ,convenience of out of town HAMPTON CHRISTMAS SERVICE. i that if you buy your jewelry here that the quality '

w the father throws away dull care and more in heaven to greet you when the members. can be depended on to be-just what we say it is. t
:,4 sometimes caution, in his desire to do trials of this world are over, and you Miss Gladys Hall, who has been vis- Next li
what is expected and to make happy havebeen honored in that the Lord iting here for some time, returned to there will Sunday be night Christmas at 7 o'clock And you needn't think that jewelry is too costly

& an those dependent upon him. Absent committed a son into your hands to Jacksonville Wednesday. conducted a in special the Methodist churchin service a gift, for there are many items in our comprehensive -
relatives will return home and with be trained for Him. Misses Gertrude Thomas and Daisy ,
4"; their presence add to the general joy. Mrs. Marion Sullivan, of Theressa, Lewis, two of Little Springs teachers, Hampton. All our friends are cor. display that are inexpensive and others at very ;
k We have been admonished to be frugal is visiting her parents; Hon. and Mrs. spent last week-end with, relatives dially invited to attend this service, j moderate prices. In fact, we have presents to fit

f. in our giving and our feasting this H. C. Peeples.T. here.Mr. and has enjoy in store the many for them.good things whichit any purse-from those costing only a few cents to a
S Christmas account of the war, but H. Waters is visiting his Bother .
on R.J McLeod, of Dukes, was a T. L. Z. BARE, I the finest of diamonds.
we fear the advice from Messrs-Hoov at Lake Butler, who is reported to be business visitor here Tuesday. ; .T
,, I, er et al will fall on deaf ears. A sane seriously ilL We hope her a speedy Woodmen Circle Elect Officers. Pastor. Come In and see our line. We take great !
Fourth of July is a possibility, a sane recovery. The Woodmen Circle met last Sat- >
Christmas is not. We will eat and be Enry Spires and sisters, Misses Cora I I urday with a full attendance and the SIDEXY BIELLIXG DIED AT : pleasure in helping you select your gifts, and we I
r '' merry this Yuletide and cut the same and Ettie, attended church hero Sun- following officers were elected: CAMP. are in a position to offer suggestions as to what I I .

capers as we did when its predecessors day night.Mr. I, Guardian, Olive Matheny. ( would be most appropriate. i !
came along, and bestow more or and Mrs. Arthur Glover are the Adviser, Rosa Pinholster.
Nr less foolish gifts upon our friends and proud parents of a fine gin!, which arrived Clerk, Beulah Harrell. Sidney Bielling, a son of Mr,,and I! ojI' 1i
Mrs. E. B. of the
loved ones, so there is nothing more Saturday evening. Banker, Cecil Raborn. Biellinp, Providence i 1
a+rs to be said under this head. Miss Susan Thomas, of LaCrosse, is Chaplain, Arrie Colson. section, is the fifth young Bradford Here are a few articles that may help you to I .:
Yet we should bear in mind why visiting her sister, Mrs. I. E. Thomas.Mr. Attendant, Annie Maude Shaw. county man to die in camp. Mr. Biel decide what to give: I '
Christmas is celebrated-that it is in and Mrs. N. M. Mott, of Lake Assistant, Addie Hillard. ling died Thursday, December 13th,
commemoration of the Child in the Butler visited the latter's parents, Managers, Annie Harrell, Florence at Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. His Watches. Manicure Sets Table Silver I

.; manger, who came to bring peace and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas Sun : Varnadoe, Ida Edwards. body was" brought home for burial Diamonds Card Cases Tie Clasps f!
good will to the world. It is to be day. % Inner Sentinel, Carrie Shaw. Friday.
hoped that this time win not have its 0. S. Thomas visited relatives' in Outer Sentinel, Rosa Lynn. Rings Vanity Cases Mesh Bags

happiness marred by any deed of violence Alachua county Sunday.B. The Pine Hill lodge of Masons will Brooches: Cigarette Cases Powder BoxesNecklaces :
and that no excesses will be indulged E. Brown made a business trip meet and install their officers Decem Ask Your Grocer0- Bracelets Match Boxes
: in that can cause sadness. Confident to Lake Butler Monday night. ber 27th. All members )
requested d
: : that our readers will say amen Mrs. N. H. Stokes visited at the to be present Lavalliers icture Frames Lockets

;., to this, we wish. them all a merry home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driggers, Red Cross I Toilet Sets Stick Pins Cut GlassMilitary
Christmas. near Lake Butler, Monday. Organized. II
ryt Miss Onie Scarborough, of Lake On Thursday night, Dec. 13th the I' CHEEKHEALSCOFFEES Sets Cuff Links Clothes Brushes

The practice of writing announce- Butler, spent the week-end with Miss following. ladies and gentlemen fro m -
ments on the sidewalks looks cheap Mabel-Brown. Starke met at the Baptist church and I
Et x and misleads the public. After the "Uncle" Aaron Edwards, the oldest I organized a branch of the Red Cross.' 1'
.' ) events have passed the writings are negro in this part of the county, died Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mr. and 'I U. D. MINER -
not erased and those who see them at the home of his son, William Ed Mrs. J. Davis and Col. J. E. Fetch :
for the first time believe they mean wards, las Sunday morning. He i is Very interesting talks were made by
f "tonight," and find later they are de said to be about 106 years old. Un Mrs. Alvarez and Col. Futch in behalfof Best Starke FloridaflflflbWflflfl
Test :-:
;; ceived. Printer's ink costs more than cle Aaron had always lived an exemplary the Red Cross society. The follow-I By Every I _

j. .. chalk,.but hand bills properly dated life and was much respected by ing officers and members were secur-I ,
,e mislead no one and furnish a dignifiedand the white people. He had been in declining -- ..
?c: : effective. way of advertising. health for some time. .
C. H. Harrison, of Worthington, was *
Kere on business day last week. 4
j "All flesh is grass, say the Scrip one
tures. That some of the cow flesh Jno. L. Hannon, of Gainesville, was N. T.RITCHJPre ; w.;T. WEEKS, Vice-Pres.. J. H. RITCH, OuiherBradfordfCounty
sa consumed in Starke is wiregrass and one day last week in the interestof z
beargrass no one will doubtPROVIDENCE. the Inter-Southern Life InsuranceCo.

1f' J.. M. Douglass and wife, of Worthington : Bank
\ visited relatives here Sunday.A i Y
4 good number of our people at-
It is with sorrow that we write of tended the Sun Bros. show at Lake
i the death of Sidney Bielling, anotherof butler last Thursday. ,. ESTABLISHED 1889 '
/ oar soldier boys.t He was much lik Russell Peeples, of Tavares visited \
; eel and respected by everyone, and a his parents, Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Peoples Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
food son, was especially kind and last week. !
was especially kind to his home folks Dr. J. M. Mann, of Lake Butler;
He was boned at Olustee cemetery at was here on professional business Sat- FLORIDAEXPERIENCE .
eleven o'clock Sunday morning. A very rday. I 1 1I .
t large crowd attended the funeraland Woodmen Circle Elects Officers.
his grave.was made beautiful with Miller Grove, Woodmen Circle, held '
y Christmas wreaths of flowers and U. its regular meeting on Saturday, the
Yf S. flags. We extend our heartfelt ; 8th, that being the date for the elec-
r e sympathy to the bereaved ones. i tion of officers, and the following were' -
f Hiss Ethel Means spent the weekend I elected to serve during 1918: When hunt for ,
"t with relatives at Mikesville last I Past Guardian, Mrs. H. S. Miller. you efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE. }

week. I Guardian, Mrs. D. L. Clyatt. You should use the same care in choosing a depository for savings. .
r Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Fralick, of I Banker Mrs. Foster Glover. The .#
F; Starke, and Miss Elsie Harrison, of I Adviser Mrs. Minnie NeSmith. success* achieved by this bank is the direct- result of its experience in the banking
Worthington, were the guests of Mr. Clerk, Mrs. N. H. Stokes. business. ,
.-- John Fralick and family Sunday. Attendant, Mrs. Tommie Waters. We have learned
Mr. Drew Summers had the misfor Chaplain, Mrs. T. A. Pinkston. not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more '.
tune of getting his arm broken while Inner Sentinel, Mrs. J. F. Douglass. ant, HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS. import,1;,1

cranking a car Thursday night. Outer Sentinel, Mrs. Thos. Pinkston Your 1l
deposited in this bank
i 1 ?fir. and Mrs. Chesley Harrison were Manager, Mrs. J. J. Bielling. money not only works for you day and night,] but owing
r guests of Mr. and tyrs. W. L. Blair Physicians, Drs. J. E. Maines, J. M. to our experience, it is SAFE. .

Sunday. Mann, and Seber King.BROOKER.. Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping valuable
7" your
: ; Quite a crowd of young folks from papers.
i' here attended the cane grinding at ,
y*, Mr. John Hardings Monday night. INTEREST IS YOUR BEST SERVANT '.i
I Mr. Frank Summers and Mr. Nash .
Taylor made a busines strip to Starke The cold weather for the week -
past Interest never sleeps. It is never idle. It works 24 hours
a Tuesday. has been very favorable for hog killing every day. It works 365
Mr. D. W. Carver and family, of F s. and our farmers are taking advantage days every year. No other servant is so faithful. ,-
: White, were visitors at Mr. and Mrs. .of it.
Blair's Sunday. Start a savings account at once with this bank and have
Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and little daughter money accumulating steadily.
":ip, ; of Mr.measles.Edgar Simmons has a light case Edith Jewell, of Lake City;is We pay 4 bier cent interest on all time deposits, and our customers' interests are OURS.
here on a visit to her parents, Mr. i
Misses .
Myrtis Wynn, Ethel Means and Mrs. E. L. Crosby.

and preaching Mr. Dewey service Fralick at Ft.attended White-'Sun the: u Roland Mr. John Anderson Groover his brocery has purchased store and of Condensed statement of the condition ti close of business Dec. 5th, 1917. 1 G

day night. will continue to do business in thepost .
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. SE?llcr were office
:t Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Noah! Taylor. building. RESOURCES LIABILITIES( (( ( ( :
Miss Eunice Robinson Saturday
k Saturday. spent
I Mr. and Mrs. Lon Summers and baby and Sunday with her parents in Loans and Discounts $166,232.38 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00 I

of Lulu, were guests of Mr.'Luke+' Starke. State County and Municipal Bonds 12000.00 Surplus fundUndivided ,
f %. Summer and Mis. John Shrive was in Jacksonville i
family Sunday. Banking HOUSA Furniture and FIXtures 20,000.00' .
; 'f ; last Tuesday.Mr. less expenses paid 3,265.08
? D. W. Hazen and son, Fred, AI oilier Real Estate owned 7237.61 Deposits 1

:. MILLER. Wednesday.Mr.made a business. trip to Atra last Overdrafts,secured and unsecured 770.62 ... 418583.95 1:

D. W. Hacen has purchased th. Cash on Hand and in Banks 250,608,42 .

Death of Sidney .BielHn*. Dr. Lamb cottage occupied by Pro' .
p A pall of sorrow fell over this partof A. B. Shaw and family, and has sold "
t the county Thursday ,afternoon his.farm to A. A. Hazen, each one TOTAL $456,849.03ToTAL 456849.03
when the news came "Sydney Biellingis moving 10 their new homes, while Prof
dead." Phones began..to ring and Shaw is moving to his farm near here.
,- in a few minute everybody was in i Mr. W. S. Nabb spent Sunday withhis WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS.. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION
grief. As a young man of sterling family here. -
bI worth*,. Sydney was loved and honored Mr. Lonnie Morgan and John Pin-


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Bradford county young men who FOR SALE-6 horse power kerosene y : v. 0
have been stationed at Kellys Feld, engine, practically new. Reason for : v
Texas for the past several months, selling, want larger engine. T. L. '

{ R Bits of LocalInformation are now stationed at Morrison, Va., Godwin, Brooker, Fla: 12-21-St Special Christmas
I the camp having been transferred to t 1:
that place. FOR SALE-One good Holstein milk '

ii: cow, fresh in February. Sixty-five '
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova and sons dollars. Mrs. S. E. Jones, Sampson :! "
4 tSv J. F. Canova, Jr., and Leo Canova, City, Fla. 12145t. Turkey Dinner

ef. ] 1"" 0.. ........ ... motored to Campville Wednesday
,,. .. ...c.... r... t where they spent the day with Mr. LOST-Large"ed cur dog; white spot
and Mrs. 0. N. Canova. in face and white under throat. A
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.., .. D. P. Mitchell, extra gang foremanof Marion Gatlin, Starke. 12-14-2t.
'- ? Miss Cassie White spent Friday in Miss Doris Law,teacher in'the Law. the Seaboard Railway, has his gang : Don't the trouble of
;w' Jacksonville.Fruitcake. tey school attended the teachers' association out on the Wannee branch this week FOR SALE-40 acres unimprovedland go to preparing -
4. in Starke Saturday, and remained bing necessary repairs. belonging to H. P. Jones, half '
4 materials for sale at J. F. mile from depot at Graham. Seven
over Sunday with her parents,
-.,' Kiekli"J --' Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law. Mr. Haynes Griffis, of Winder, Ga., dollars per acre. Mrs. S. E. Jones, a Christmas dinner but
;j'. will spent Christmas with his friend, Sampson City, Fla. 12-21-4t. *

''{ Miss Lily Crosby, of Brooker, was Don't fail to see Sarah Bernhardt in Mr Leo Canova. "
;; Starke Saturday. "Mothers of France" Dec. 26 at Row- FOR SALE-A 40-acre farm near co -and let us serve you, our
.., IS Ljawtey known as the Fisher farm.
----- and's Theatre. YOUR LIFE INSURED?
..,I? )Ir. W. H. Graham was a visitor to Everything on it goes with sale. In-
I represent the o'dest' company spection invited. Address A. M. VanDyke special turkey dinner 40c.
Jacksonville. on Monday. Misses Emilie Spink and Edith Williams at '
k' in America-The MQtual Life Lawtey. 12-7-tf.
.;."* and brother, of Brooker, were .
:'' Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at attending tlft teachers' association in of New York. I .
'4:'the Cash Department Store. Starke Saturday, and the FOR SALE-Second hand boiler, en-I
f.<:,'t Cr Miss Eunice Robinson were during guestsof their Jos. E. Wilson Starke Florida. gines, and all kinds of machinery of_ .
the Southern Turpentine Co. Ad- .
:..:: wu Dr.a U.visitor G. Turner to Starke, of Sunday.Jacksonville. stay. NOTICE. dress B. Magill, Lake Butler or B. I : We are ready at all times to serve meals to

Goldman, Ocala. 12.21.3t.FOR .
q''_4' Beautiful line of Men's Ties at your order, from the full course dinner to the .
The Misses Terry, of Lawtey, were Stump's Christmas Store (Leviton'sold I Notice is hereby given that the annual I .
SALE-Forty-acre farm, 2% .
:/ nests of Miss Lois Peek on Saturday. stand. meeting of the stockholders of miles southeast of Starke, small new most "conservative" of lunches.MIKE'S .

i"'; the Lawtey State Bank will be held house 18 acres under wire fence
fci, .Ford tops and curtains complete, Mr. John Sharpe, brother of ;
Mrs.J. in the office of said bank on the second and in cultivation. Cheap for cash.
.-'i g,50. M. Leviton. Starke. M. Alvarez, has many friends' in Tuesday in January, A. D. 1918 Wallace Mills, Starke. 1123tf. : RESTAURANT : .
Starke who are interested to know at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of .
'8* Mrs. M. M. Fryer was th guest of that he joined the army in San Francisco electing a board of directors and to

'friends in Lawtey first of the week.: and is now in camp on Long Is- transact any other business that may FOR SALE-20 acre farm, 2% miles vv. o. . : . vv 0&. vv 0. ._ . . yy. . y. .. _. .. .
land. properly come before them. from Starke on Kingsley road; all
,?." Mr. Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, was a .' W. Ft GODWIN, well fenced and under cultivation;
business visitor to Starke. Monday., Waterman's 'Ideal Fountain Pens 12-4-2t. President. two-story dwelling, good barn, 90- F-11'll
F and Candies"Of all description at foot well; near school. For terms '
a Stone's fruitcakes, fresh from Atlanta Mitchell's Rexall Drug St6re. see S. L. Alvarez. 1116tf.
for sale at Kickliter's.Prof. Notice of Application for Tax Deed

Mr. G. W. Crawford, of Lawtey,was Notice is hereby given that L H. WANTED-At
'- / L L Blackburn Hill, purchaser of tax certificate No. once,, saw mill
of Lawtey, town a few days ago and gave the
1 ,was in Starke Saturday on business. Telegraph an order for syrup labels. 229, dated the 6th day of September, to*cut 400,000 feet timber fi before you l buy I Seed!
r Mr. Crawford says he made 400 gal- A. D. 1915, has filed said certificate in under contractjlarge; timber
hJ- A. M. Blanchard was among the lons this year, and had an offer of my office and has made application for
and cash W. E. Davis
Lawtey visitors to Starke Saturday. twenty-two cents a quart for the lot. tax deed to issue in accordance with a job. ,
', law. Said certificate embraces the fol- Starke Fla. '
1(<'- ;
{ It will money'and
Special sale going on at the Cash Screen wire-we are offering enamx lowing described property situated in save'you )
;' Bradford county, Fla., to-wit Lot 29 trouble. Gives description and'
; Department Store. eled screen wire at greatly reduced : LOST-Six steers one butt-headed,
, prices. Save by screening now. Quig- in Woodlawn, Sec. 18, Tp. 5, S. R. 23 ; UIuffllllTmffluIIIllI full information on all seeds for
sides red blue
red one one one '
; : Mr. and Mrs. E. J. King, of Hampton ley Lumber & Supply Co. E., 10 acres. The said land being as- brindle pided, two yellow; all dulaped S planting. Our stocks are complete -
i.; were visitors' to Starke Wednes- essed at the date of the issuance of ; marked upper slope and under- LLPLANTD assuring prompt shipment.Martin's .
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.'f day. :Mr. and Mrs. F. B. McDonald and such certificate in the name of Mary bit in one ear, crop and underbit in .
, children, of West Palm Beach, :Mr. .. A. Hollis. other. Left lot at New River December HyTestSouthernSeeds
'i Everybody call at Mitchell's Rexall End Mrs. W. L. Cochran, of Jackson- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 15. Reward to finder. H. D.

.. ..' Drug Store first for Christmas goods. ville, M.rs. Chris. Matthews also ofJacksonville according to law, tax deed will Mott, Starke. 12-21-m .
i! will spent the Christmas issue thereon on the 21st day of Jan- ,.
:i tt Mrs. H. c". Richard spent Thursday holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ca- uary, A. D. 1918. Carefully grown, closely selected always -
* j and Friday of last week with relatives nova. Witness my official signature and FOR SALE-The place belonging to dependable. Full assortment garden
in Jacksonville. I I I seal this the 14th day of December, the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains table and plants field.also Strawberry a specialty.and Write vege-
"r A. D. 1917. 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence. '
Let A ,
Hollingsworth repair your shoes today for our new fall catalog.
J George White has returned home Best workmanship, best material- W. T.WEEKS, Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one
:'{ 4 from' Southern College to spend the rubber or leather. Opposite court (Seal) ...-... Clerk. barn. Located 1% miles from Starke J
; A. Martin Seed Ox
holidays. house. By'R. A. WEEKS, one-half mile from church, one mile
,, ,(: 12215t. V Deputy Clerk. from school. For further informa- ".Jacksonville: Florid*J .

Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. Uncle Billy Varnes of Varnesville, tion write A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or ,
r'. Brymer's fish market, phone 109. was a visitor to Starke Saturday, and see K. L Griffis, Starke. Inquire for
\fhile here made the Telegraph a pLASSIFIlEnV directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf I

.Roscoe Williams, of Jacksonville is pleasant call. This was the first trip V !
spending the holidays wiht his mother. Mr. Varnes had made in three years! ADVERTISING -
in Starker .. and his many friends here were gladto

see him again. WANTED Good man to work on
Mr. J. W. White left Tuesday for farm. Apply to H. L Stevenson,
Orlando, where he attended the Food Sarah Bernhardt, the world's greatest Starke, Fla., 127It.
i Conservation Convention. actress, in "Mothers of France" at Did You Ever Think of This1
Rowand's Theatre Dec. 26. FOR SALE-Young cow with heifer
_ __ _
Gifts for *
the young, old and middle- B B a B i BB calf three weeks old at bargain. D.
aged at Stump's Christmas Store- I Mrs. J. W. Killian left last Satur- W. Moore, Theressa, Fla. 1221tf. .
(Leviton's. old stand.) day for her home in Waynesville, N. -'
- C. Mrs. Killian was accompanied as WE BUY HONEY-Send samples to -- .
Misses Willie Wallace and Delia far as Jacksonville by her mother, Jacksonville Cracker Works, Jack- \
Bielling, of Raiford, were guests Sat Mrs. J. M. Truby, Mr. J. J. Truby, sonville, Fla. 11305t.
urday of Miss Olive Ray. Mesdames J. M. Mitchell, T. J. Grif- A patient of ours remarked: '*I do wish my husband -
fin and A. Price, the party going by FOR SALE-Medium sized mare at

Mrs. J. 0. Fralick has as a. guest :. automobile.You reasonable price. T. H. Halligan, would have forethought enough to give a I"t
during the week her sister, Miss Elsie ,Starke.; 1123tf.
Hjurison, of Worthington. can find sensible gifts at
t Stump's Christmas Store-gifts- FOR SALE-Six pair Red Durpc pigs, 'Christmas L check this year, rather" than :waste the

.5, 5 .Sarah Bemhardt at Rowand's Theatre father, mother, sister, brotherandthe three months old; cholera immuned. -

December 26th. other. (Leviton's old stand.) W. A. Dubose, Starke, 12-14-5t money inbuying[ a lot of silly, useless 'trinkets, then I'd'

Prof. Hobbs and Miss Ada Nimmo,' The Florida Metropolis of Wednes- THOROUGH WORK. '
of Hampton were in Starke Saturday day contained 'the following in its personal have these ugly, decayed teeth and emptX! "gums restored
attending the,teachers association. column: "Miss Carrie Uglow,
How Starke Citizens Can Find '
a talented aim popu4.' rf.11" *+** of Free- with and bridgework."
aam From Kidc crowns
-Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore, of The- Starke, arrived in the city a few days : 't>' ..- =;Trscblca.
ressa, were in. Starke Monday purchasing ago on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ran --
supplies for the holidays. soni Luther McDowell, of Springfield.Miss If you suffer from backache- 5 : What more sensible gift combining in itself the

Uglow was accompanied by her From urinary disorders-
dull"assortment of Cut Glass and nephew." Master'John Luther McDowell. Any curable disease of the kidneys, power to restore beauty, health, and everlasting happi- .

( Genuine French Ivory at Use a tested remedy. **.... ...,T
Mitchell's Rexall Drug Store. Doan's Kidney Pills have been test- .
Special Sale for a Short Time Only ed by thousands. ness l. '1 .
H. A. Shaver spent several days of on green and black enamaled screen I Grateful people testify. I -> -A

the past week in Miami, where he is wire. A chance to screen at small Can you ask more convincing proofof -......
interested in the canning business* cost. Quigley Lumber\& Supply! Co. merit!
: J. S.. Bashaw, 401 E. Main Street,
-"J":, Misses Loca Johnson and Mattie' John A. Rosborough, who has long Gainesville, Fla., says: Come In and Talk It Over ? The Usurd-.

''", Stalsby, of Lawtey, were attending been baggage master on the Ocklawaha "I suffered a'lot from a piercing
i .. the teachers' association here last Saf- Valley Railroad, has severed'his pain through my loins. I also had
.. urday.Ie connection with that road this week backache and trouble from the kidney Reasonable Prices Will Prevail
: and with Mrs. Rosborough has movedto secretions. Four boxes of Doan's Kid
+. The place to buy your holiday goods Starke. Mr. Rosborough will be ney Pills cured me and I have been ....
Simp's; Christmas. Store (Leviton's on the Seaboard Air Line branch run- recommending them ever since. I had
r :; .old stand.) ning out from Starke. Palatka will tried many remedies without being '
":(': miss this excellent helped before I used Doan's Kidney
couple.-Palatka CROWNS Gold and Porcelain qt FILLINGS ,
\ er Hiss Margaret Burleigh will leave New..... Pills." 50c
tomorrow for her home in Tavares, Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't UP

_-t.,: J.1rhere she goes to spend the Christ- A number of Starke's young people simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's BRIDGEWORK_ = fl qJu at. .
; inas holidays. Kidney Pills-the that
lax.y will be home for the holidays. Among same ... .
a cured Mr. Bashaw. FosterMilburnCo.
them Miss Susie Darby, of the New ,
,,::'Miss Mildred Crosby, who is teach- ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((1))
: ,bg B* Johnstown, spent Saturday and Smyrna Green and high Miss school Mae faculty Fripp, Mr., of R.the A. Painless Extraction. All Guaranteed Work. Why Pay More?

Sittday with 'her parents, Mr. and :
Oak school Mr.
Live high faculty
<. 'f W. A.
Crosby.. George White, of Southerland college, [ cOTTON .
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't j. and Miss Jeannette Matthews,' of the ,
If are "
'tPerfumes, Kodaks and Stationery. you holding your cotton
Ujtrs in Christmas Florida State College for Women. r" don't run the risk of losing it by fire,
40\ Boxes at .
Miss Emma Darby will make a tripto insure by a cotton certificate.
-_' .,.;. MltchelTg Rexall Drug Store.. New York City with her uncle, Mr. J. R DAVIS & COMPANY THE FLORIDA DENTISTS

.; 45 ,,'L.-rank Fernandez, who has been Chas. Darby, of Madison, and will not Stvrke,Florida *.
) be home until late in the holidays.
ft the past few months here,
jft 'fift Wednesday night for his home in 0
Jacksonville Fla.
Main Street
to 304
(1ympa spend the holidays. r. -- ,.

<*_*ir raph'a E. J.faithfuliwders Cunningham, one at Brook-of the :.I INSURANCEFIRE '. 'The'.Biggest t, Best and Busiest'Dental Offices in the City i "There's a Reason"WfYTim

Ls transacting business in Starke
: T, and while here took time tot LIFE, ACCIDENT, ,

this office a visit PLATE GLASSI : "

*Ute "n upper D find something Bring this advertisement to officEs and
-fat will please at Stump's Christmas represent.some of the very best companies in our ,

*P (Leviton's old stand.. the world and will appreciate your Insurance Business. I llUIIvL. : it will apply as $1.00 in cash on' each $5.00

ARwt Nothing too large or too small. '
J. F. Gay, of Lulu,,was in the of work.
\Thursday on business. He had .
JOS. E. !
same entered on the Telegraph's ,
tlon list for the 1 1o
s, coming year. :::/



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Farms and Farmers

Bradford County .


. . . + noted farmer, to have charge of his R. J. ANDREWS MAKES of the future in doing this. The mills .

e holdings. A residence for Mr. Ware I SUCCESS OF FARMING have agreed to take care of the packers -

i' a COUNTY AGENTS REPORTS bas just been completed, as well as a % and shippers if they are informedof Farming in Florida Under

S store building, where merchandise I what the growers and shippers are

. . 0 . will be kept for sale, for the conven- A representative of the Telegraphin likely to need. They must have ordersnow Favorable Condition
3a ,tea ,r. ience of the settlers. i company with L. J. Wynn, state if the growers are to have crates hu brought comfort and prosperity to many practical farmer

' Liberty County.-An agricultural Joining Yarborough's on the east agent and Dr. S. W. Harrison, govern- when needed. In the past it has been Investigate these condition and localities where good farming ,

exhibit will be made at the annual is the farm of A. Selen. Mr. Selen ment veterinary inspector, spent sev- the custom to allow the mill to bear land may yet be bought at reasonable price Thriving com- '
: teachers' institute to be held in this 20-acre farm from which he eral hours at the farm of Mr. R. J. inanities-good schools,churches and transportation faci jtia.
owns a the burden of supply, but now as war
,, t *t county next year. All products to be clears a handsome revenue every year, Andrews Tuesday of last week. conditions prevail, the growers must The Florida East Coast Railway ;
L i shown to be or canned by Mr. Andrews has just completed a
are grown '
the in
given by generous soil return assume some part of the load immed- (Fkskr System)
eg ti boys and girls of club ages. Each for perfect tillage. He and his son, fine concrete vat for dipping his cat- iately by informing the manufacturersas through its subsidiary companies-the Model Land Co.,Perrine

school will have an exhibit and from E. Salen, grow large quantities of Ir- tle, and Mr. Wynn and Dr. Harison to what will be required in the way Grant Land Co.,Chuluota Co.,and Okeechobee Co.-owns and f*=

these will be selected the products for ish potatoes for shipment, the finest went over to charge it. They invitedthe of crates. has for sale large tracts suitable for farms and truck gardens.

, r: exhibition at the institute. potatoes the write has ever seen be- Telegraph reporter to go with Free illustrated literature on request. Your questions answered '
them and he gladly accepted the in detail.. AddressJ.
+I ing produced on this place. A large opportunity -
to visit Mr. Andrews' farm, LAKE BOY WINS CORN PIMZE. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President.
recent meet. is also
I Madison County-At a acreage of strawberries planted JAS. D. INGRAHAM. Sale, AtB
as we had been told that he was one ;
ing ten farmers pledged themselves each year. The Selens are very industrious FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY
k + to grow four hundred acres of peanutsand .people and do their own of the sure-enough big farmers of the The $50 prize offered by the State r''+w

LO .'1 r .) to buy a peanut picker next year. work, so that their profits are not cut county. Federation of Women's Clubs to the Room IQ2( City iaildini SL A1II1IttiA., Florida
. F
f ., Upon arriving at the home of Mr.
into the of for -ff
b. by payment wages help. corn club boy making the best recordin .
. Andrews, we found him busy trying to ;-
The next place east is that of Dr.
for seventy- the state contest was awarded to
.. { Leon County.-Orders
secure sufficient water to fill his vat. .
t' five Holstein calves have been placed Spencer, of Jacksonville. This farm Owing to the lack of rain in that sec- LeRoy Alderman of Lake county, at ,. I' -;:,;,
." with the agent by farmers and boys. has as yet only outbuildings. It is the close of the boy's short course at ;
tion, water was almost at a premium, '
the calves this will be tended by Mr. J. S. Mercer, of Starke, the University of Florida, December "
If we can get '
and five wells were drained in an effort "'
t' : at the first calf club organized in the who this year grew a fine crop of cot- 7. Lawton Martin of Marion countywon .
: to enough water. Failingto -
ton here. This shows that the land
state. the second prize, a pair of pure ,, 4.
t secure enough water to fill the vat, -,
when well drained will -
t produce deep- bred Duroc-Jersey pigs offered by L. '"
it r. = ,
the dipping had to be postponed until -
rooted also the
crops perhaps W. Underwood, Monticello.The .
Palm Beach County,Farmers are Thursday, when Mr. Wynn returnedand
.' name "Alfalfa" is prophetic after all prize winning acre produced
in for co-operative marketing. acted as 'official executioner to
.ti t$ -c' going as this valuable forage should grow 106.5 bushels of corn at a profit of SEED POTATOESMAINE
t ; The crop acreage is constantly increasing well in this deep, mellow soil, when Mr. and Mrs. Tick and all members of $171.65. Martin's acre produced 100.1
.I and crop prospects are very drained. Outlet drain their blood-thirsty family who had
thoroughly for
bushels at a profit of $187.45. Two ,. SEED
been Andrews' cat-
5 preying Mr.
water is furnished by Wateroak canal upon
tle. other boys reported yields of more Spaulding's No. 4 Rose, Early Red Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobblers.
s 1 ---- and Double Run, if straightenedand than one hundred bushels; Edgar Lockof
However, we were not disappointed We are now ready to receive orders and make contracts for November '
r. : Bradford County.-That Irish po- deepened, could carry off all the Lake county, with 100.5 bushels and ,
in our trip, for we had a really enjoy- December and January Delivery.
t tatoes will grow well in this county water led into it. Paul Parrish of Polk county, with
able visit, and one of the things that Write for prices, stating quantities and varieties wanted. Our
,p has been shown by one farmer who The farms mentioned all lie along a 102.12 bushels. The boys ranked in seed
was not discounted in any degree was potatoes are the highest quality Maine Grown selected seed. We
and road. Then
fall produced a straight graded to
v planted a crop final standing in the order named.
familiar with the conditions in Florida
the sumptous spread prepared by Mrs. our seed stock is selected
of barrels the northeast is the Peek farm of 200
yield sixty per acre. Yield alone does not count in deter seed
fou should plant Maine Grown for best results.
Andrews at noon and to say that we
all fence. The
acres, under area so the winner. The
---- mining prize year'seffort
x far did justice to the feast is sufficient. WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE SEED CATALOGUE. "
brought under cultivation is 75
is this basi'i ld.
graded on
4 i 5, a& Seminole County.-Ten corrt-club acres. This farm is well equipped, Mr. Andrews has a beautiful home, 30 per cent; profit, 30 per cen:; exhibit E. A. MARTIN SEED
: fair. CO. ,
: the
"r4' : boys exhibited corn at county both with buildings and implementsand well situated. It is spacious, comfort.
20 per cent; and essay, 2'') per
bushels and .
The highest yield was 47 machinery, including a grist mill able and well arranged.Mr. cent. Alderman did not gain the high Corner Newnan and Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.
h?, ; ., ; the lowest 21 bushels, with an average Andrews did not inherit part of
and rice huller. The farm is only two est standing on all these points, but Oldest Established and Largest Seed House in the State
:; x } yield of 37V4 bushels per acre. years old. but has already yielded his farm, as is the case with many of his average was the _best.
f'= the big farmers. He began in a small )
1" I much from
revenue provision
crops The prizes were awarded at a sup-
..,...; l Marion County.-The yield from and syrup. It has until lately been way and worked up from the bottom, per given by the bankers of Gainesville -
and does not mind telling one that he
tf d Y two acres of corn-club corn measured in charge of Mr. E. L. Ware. When has to which all the 112 club boys,
worked hard.
and Factis
i a t 100.1 bushels for one and 76 for the County Commissioner R. J. Andrews, representing thirty-four Florida counties I
y he will tell you that hard work has I
time in that
: t'. other. some ago, was region were invited.
been the secret of his success., He has
t r} rounding up the 750 head of Underhill .
; .\. 1 i cattle he had bought, he liked this the respect of his neighbors and acquaintances Favorite Fertilizersare

lr', THE ALFALFA SECTIONs farm so well that he bought it from which fact is attested by The finer the soil the greater the

,'.r$ } ': Col. Peek for $6,000. It is now owned them having elected him as one of the amount of plant food held in solution,

( t Rich Alluvial Soil Makes Farming by Messrs. R. J. and Adam Andrews, county commissioners.On hence, with the greater amount of

.. y Profitable. who will probably make it a" stock mentioning some of the farming food available, the more vigorous the BEST for
i4 operation of Mr. Andrews on a big growth of plants. That's the
{, as the range all around is good argu-
cattle there scale, it may be of interest to state ment for deep plowing.
for stock and will be no COTTON CORN SUGAR CANE
x The Alfalfa settlement lies north of had ,
that ha one thousand acres under
trouble for
feed the
fattening -- -
growing -
;;r Wateroak canal and east of the Seaboard -
of beef cattle.A cultivation this year, a part of this, and SWEET POTATOESYou
r';] r railway, in sections 10, 11 and however, being cultivated by tenants, The Telegraph-the county paper-
t deal of the wild land in the
great contains all live State and Nationalnews l
+2' isx 12, township 6, range 22. How it came Alfalfa section is already sold and will but under his supervision. He has well of the farm want the Best of course. There are Speical
as doings
'jt r! ; .by its name is not known but the nameS gathered over a thousand bushels of
is euphonious and as good -&s, any. soon be improved by the owners, yet corn and still has about a thousand and home folks.Whenever Formulas to meet your needs. Write for full in-
much is still for sale and here the
', ,k i The soil is of an alluvial nature, bushels
in the fields. The land devotedto formation about fertilizer for
place to start profitable farming. It any crop.
gip; r ," having been transported during ages will not be long before the roads cotton netted him 100 bales, and You Need a General Tonic

: from Trail Ridge, the backbone of through the settlement will be lined he has nearly 200 acres in velvet Take drove's. INDEPENDENTFERTILIZER
Florida, a few miles farther east. A beans, upon which he will fatten his The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
with farms. The
r i;L -- good deal of it is without trees, the rich prosperous soil will deep that cattle, of which he has several hun- chill Tonic is equally valuable as a I

: k trees having, apparently, died from in produce anything dred head. Mr. Andrews usually has General Tonic because it contains the COMPANYJACKSONVILLE
?' r having their roots buried too deep by grow this climate. between two and three hundred headof well known tonic properties of QUININE

tt "; landslides; and the old resinous trunks hogs, though he has sold quite a and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives FLA.

;1 rnr lie buried beneath the surface, sometimes NEW YORK STOCKMAN number recently. This season he has out Builds Malaria the Whole Enriches System.the Blood 60 tents.I and. I

''w ,. to a depth of two to three feet, SELECTS JACKSONVILLEAS already sold $2,500 worth of hogs and op I

pj 5 {; their existence often being known only DISTRIBUTING POINT cattle. I

; r from the knits sticking up above they I, -

;' ground, making walking riding
or ov-
> er certain areas very difficult. The Evidence of the growth of Floridaas THE HO'W OF GOOD LIVESTO'CK. : l
a stock raising state and the at-
cypress ponds which formerly dotted ----
-, the land have mostly been filled up. tention being attracted to it throughout "Much has been written in the lastten
the North and Middle West is be-
This movement of the soil still the
goes years on livestock possibilitiesof
ing shown in the announcement of J.
,,, on, though imperceptibly, and Dou Florida," says John M. Scott, of the .
Logan, president of the United States
t ::' ble Run, a water course that meanders University of Florida experiment sta gas.Fertilizers
Savings Bank, to the effect thatS.
tru across the Alfalfa section, can tion. "In some cases the writers have
0. Stockslager, of Syracuse, N. Y.,
'cwt for that reason not keep a channel, although failed to get at the allimportantpoints.
had selected Jacksonville distrib-
the amount of water that flows as a The foundation for success- +200

into it is considerable; yet west of uting cattle point and would for high grade Holstein ful livestock work is good feed, good R'S
j'rt = the railway, where the alluvial soil carloads stock and good care. If these three

-, 'E ends, it has a well defined channel. the next of the few stock weeks.in the state during points are kept in mind and followed, For
t ti r. y The soil is deepdark, and very mellow Mr. has good livestock of all kinds can and will Spring
Stockslager been in the
s ; and has a natural sub-irrigation, several be produced in Florida." J ow JS
for weeks
t for in the dryest times water is found city situation, and also visited looking Savannahfor over the Continuing, Mr. Scott said, "Florida ,

= f flowing on the top of the clay, about the but the farmers, if they will, can produce the I r. fj: -J.
same purpose, enor-

r ).j four CoL feet C. down.L. Peek, of Starke/'and Mr. mous strides made in Florida along necessary silage crops feeds for> livestock.' .Qccd OyAtrtiR4 O Pf
canj < :ra
cattle raising and breeding lines cans egr ; corn, sor- !
Order Now
C. G.
made Holland, of Indianapolis, Ind., ed him to select this city as the base ghum and Japanese cane. These cane
study soil several b
years .
As for his operations. Two carloads of supplemented? with velvet beans. :
r' ago and decided that it was worth imyyjk -
Good Bermuda
s for
+ The blooded Holstein cattle are HOT I[ pasture summer .
proving. lands en
d were classed
and plenty silage and velvet beansin
route from his farnlN-ae | or
; among "the big flats" by the cattle Syracuse, winter will fatten most -
and cow.
owners, who found good grazing for are expect! t0 arrive this week.
A "In the have had but little
past we
St. their herds here, but pasturing wall iii :? tact place where the cattle will real good livestock in the state. Dur- Don't wait until the last minute tQ order spring fertilizers. .

;.k : the land was supposed jN \) -g<;d fr. I be quartered has not been decided upon ing the two
It was bought by ,' but it is understood that Mr. past years a large num- Delay will surely mean.disappointment and loss. _
ber of have been
the gentlemen nam- good hogs brought
ed and lair Stockslager has an option on a suitable -
: ', into 2O-acre lots. For into the state, and during the last six The railroads are overwhelmed with traffic. Their resources -
tract of land for this i
.. ;r% L .:;:'y qua er mile both ways runs a purpose. months. a large number of good cattle are severely strained in moving troops: supplies for
i ..__ -straight wide road. have been'brought in from Texas. This .
t. -- The first settler here was R. S.\\ Bees at work on the farm will pro- all means that in the next five years our army and our allies, and hauling the increased tonnageof

,, t' .t Humphrey, who bought the old Dr. duce a good food at a comparatively the quality of the livestock in Florida nearly every line of business.

; E' Y$ :. Vincent place. Mr. Humphrey is a small expense. Get started with them will be greatly improved if the ani-

+ naval stores man and makes turpen before spring. mals are all given good care-. i Ordinarily 60,000 cars are used for the fertilizer tonnageof 4

-;::. i tine and rosin, but he is also an enL the South. Only a fraction of this number will be availa-

=, thusiastic farmer. So far his farm- Prune the citrus grove this month GROWERS ARE URGED TO ORDER '
ble, and none can be obtained except for use when loaded to .;
ing has.not been very extensive, but as if labor is available. The work done
f the gum is fast giving out, he will properly ifow will forestall fungus CONTAINERS NOW maximum capacity. :

:s soon give up his principal business diseases of various kinds. '
and go to farming in earnest. He cultivates Braxton Beacham, Federal Food I Never before did the use of good fertilizer mean greater

*f 25 acres of land, and his careful Administrator for Florida, has issued profits for the farmer. Never did the production of good 11
Ai : t tillage brings enormous yields This a most important and pertinent state. crops mean so much to the nation. In times like these no
: { ,? ; year he has made record crops of corn, ---- ment for the benefit of the fruit and j

i. a}, ; cane, sweet potatoes and pinders and With corn above 50 cents hogs eat vegetable growers of Florida relativeto man can afford to risk producing inferior.crops through inability 1

-, .z has fattened a good many hogs.: He their heads off very quickly. The hog the crate situation, in as much as to get fertilizer '

-a+ has a few high grade cattle, and a that takes two or three months to geton he believes they should more closely J I

short time ago refused $100 for a cow full feed never. brings you a profit. watch conditions of supply for the fu

j and young calf. He has so many outbuildings ture. Avoid disappointment and loss.

is till his place lookslike a When you are ready to put your "The food administration has been Help conserve the transportation ...
t- small town. shoats on feed, begin with the B. A. asked to give some attention to the

,.' East of Humphrey's is W. E. Yar- Thomas' Hog Medicine. Use regularly matter'of crates, baskets and boxes facilities of the country. Order

: borough's place. Mr. Yarborough and watch your shoats round out used for shipping fruits and vegeta- your fertilizer now f spring use. ARM 0

$: came here from Illinois four years into fat hogs in nine monthS-hogs bles in this state, and after investi-! Your dealer can supply Armgur I

ti Ii : f. ago. He first bought 40 acres of land going well over 200 pounds, and as gation I have found that it would be Quality'I

; i Y ; but was so well pleased that he later, high as 240 pounds. Figure the aver- wise for all growers to make orders fertilizers-high-grade, dependa. Enrich

4 bought more, both in the settlement. age feeding and you will see why the immediately,for crates that they will ble goods for cotton and all other Increase the

1\ and elsewhere in the county and also B. A. Thomas medicine is a gold investment need as their crops are ready for shipment : crops. See him today.

':# in Clay county. He uses riding plows Try feeding out your hogson They must do this immediately I I., Hasten j
and cultivators and other modern im- this plan and if you are not more if they wish to avoid possible delay Booklet describing Armour the

,;,. plement sand grows heavy crops., He than pleased, we will refund the cost and disappointment in getting thjr <. fertilizers for spring use Improve

'S. owns many cattle and was early con- of the medicine. Sold by D. C. Jones, crate orders filled. Manufacturers of 'I :. can be had at your dealers .

-. verted to tick tradication. In partner- Starke, Fla. Dec. 9162330. crates have been urged to take on or- :.' or will be mailed from this

; ship with Mr. Humphrey he constructed ders of the government, and have an office free on request. FERTILIZERS!

5, > 1' a cattle dipping vat and pens on TRESPASS SIGNS. excellent opportunity to place such or- A.

w lt, the Starke and Lawtey road, to free ders now. They cannot be blamed for Armour Fertilizer Works flgV fr S3SSSB83 .

> ,' their cattle from ticks and to dip cat- Just off the press, a new lot of "No keeping their plants going by accept. Jacksonville Fla. -

tle for others for a small charge per Trespassing," and "Hunting Forbid- ing their first orders. Therefore, the 1

head. Mr. Yarborough has gone away den" placards. Large type, on heavy users of crates cust place their ordersin I I f'

,. w for some time, but he has made a five- cardboard. Call at the Telegraph 'ofI advance just as far as possible, go 1
L. Ware fin, Starke. ; ingto an approximation of their needs -
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YOUNGBLOOD-SIBLEY. dered the strains of music that makes scribed as follows: Lot No. 2 of the

NATION-WIDE PROHIBITION BILL the heart of the unmarried crumbleand northeast quarter of section 2, town-

i It seems as though near Christmas the married melt in future ,love [ ship 8, south of range 22 east, also

is the time when everybody is tryingto and prosperity. After this it was get- the north half of the southwest quarter IJ
ting to be quite late and the task of of the northeast quarter of sec-
PASSED BY WNCRESSMONDAY make happy and be happy. It is
-. a time when wedding bells are sure to coming home confronted us. But good It Helps tion 21, township 8, south of range 22 z

\ ring. Old Dan Cupid just wont stay I Mr. Youngblood, father of the groom, East, containing in all 106 and 80-100 '
n went out and got bricks and heated acres, more or less, less right of
I at home and for this reason things There can be no doubt way
> Be Submitted to State LegIslatures I advantage. The Massachusetts relief happen every little while that almost them for the poor little of our crowd. is to the merit of Cardui, of the G. S. &; F. railway and leas

Will train which had been stalled much of surprise us.Sunday We departed, giving them all a hearty the woman's tonic, In aoirth half lying east of G. S. &; F. Ry, .
( for Ratification as an handshake and a fond wish for their the treatment of many of northwest quarter of northeast ;
the evening Dec. 9
night in snowdrifts near the Nova promptlyat
success and a long, happy life in the troubles peculiar to quarter of section 2 southof
Amendment to the township 8,
Scotia border, arrived today, bringingthe the hour of 5, a very attractive and future. women. The thousands
federal Constitution. first contingent of physicians, impressive ceremony took place at the ;:}; of women who have been range 22 east, in Bradford county
May the love, communion and fellowship Florida. And I will
.... home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. of offer the same
nurses and supplies. It was the first Sibley, helped by Cardui in the
of the Ghost be with the
Holy for
.4 the 7th
on Monday.
East Starke when their 40 is ccndusrre day
of several trains en route from the youngest past years,
WASHINGTON, Dec. IT.--Nationwide American side. daughter, Ida, was given in holy mat- contracted couple and go with them proof that it is ft January, A. D. 1918, the same being a
.' prohibition won in the House today through every trial and tribulation of.i good medicine for women legal sales day, between eleven o'clockin
More than a foot of snow fell last rimony to Mr. Lonnie L. Youngblood,
.- and only the adjustment of a night Today the storm passed and of Theressa.The future life's journey. I who suffer. It should the a. m. and two o'clock in thep.
in resolution between A FRIEND. help too. the the '
light difference you m. same being legal hourS
the weather was clear 'and cold. The +
'-the House and Senate now stands in bride is a very popular young of sale, in front of the court house {
day also saw the lighting system renewed -
lady of this place, being classed with TakeOARDUI
fife of submitting to state legislatures door in Starke, Bradford county Flor
way an amendment to the federal in part. .Fortunately the tele- the highest in our social circles. She Time is money. Don't waste it ida, and sell the same to the highest '
-constitution forbidding the manufac- phone service is good, but there is a is loved and admired by everyone and hunting stray stock. Put an ad in the and best bidder for cash.

ture, Bale or importation of intoxicat- sombre significance in the report of so her departure will be a loss to us. Telegraph and the animals will soon w. j. EPPERSON;
many "dead" numbers. The bridegroom is a live, energetic, be located.
for in Sheriff Bradford
iJag liquors beverage purposes county, Fla.
The property loss, variously esti-
man, of good traits. He,
4 the United States or its territoriea.u young many A. Z. ADKINS,
1: ; The vote in the House, taken after mated at from $20,000,000 to $50,000000 ,- too, comes from a highly respected ''I'' Atorney. 1275t.
probably will to be
of debate before crowded galleries prove nearer family and his success is sure.
tit day the minimum figure. .
: was 282 to 128 with the parties Promptly at the hour, Rev. John : RUB OUT PAIN Bill for Foreclosure.In .
Some Pitiful Stories The Woman's Tonic
tj dividing almost evenly. The margin The search for bodies goes on meth- Mullady, of Hampton, joined them as :I with good oil liniment That's + [ + circuit court, 8th judicial circuit
eight votes husband and wife in his impressivemanner. i
Mot prohibition was more of Florida,. Bradford
odically, and hundreds are exposed in the surest them. Mrs. N. E. Varner of
to ,
I than the two-thirds vote. After the ceremony,-1um- i I way stop The American Trust
t- wets and drys had been temporary morgues. through which bers of friends and near relatives The best rubbing liniment is] Hixson, Tenn., writes: Company, a
| Both pre- thousands continue to. file, though I "1 was passing throughthe. corporation, administrator of the estate -
"{dieting, victory all day and it was not there have been but few identifica- :wished them a long, happy and prosperous My back and of G. F. Markillie, deceased,
the last few names had been'iIDed life. sides were terrible.and vs

I that the anti-prohibition forces tions.When the bl9w fell, little Lola I At 6 o'clock the young couple left MUSTANGLINIMENT + my suffering indescribable. + W. S. Parker, Della Parker, his wife
conceded their defeat. Burns the of for their home at Theressa, being followed -. I can't tell Just how Garfield Johnson and H. M. Fleming,
eight-year-old daughter
and where I
"; After Speaker Clark announced the John Burns of Granville I by quite a few close friends to hurt, aboutall as executor of Harriet E. Fairhead,
street was over, think. I
[':result the victors were joined by the on hr knees, by her cot saying her |,join them at the prepared wedding beganafduJ.1 and my deceased, Joseph Coffin, Malaby Company

];-galleries in such a demonstration as morning prayers. The house collapsed.feast We were invited into a parlor pains grew less and less, a corporation, et al.

r"l:is rarely permitted in the House. For- .Hours later Lola was found in the j!where a large glowing fire was spend- until r was cured. I am Bill For Foreclosure.

ijner Secretary Bryan an interested : midst of the wreckage, hemmed in by ing its energy to make wedded peo- remarkably strong for a Notice to Appear. "
Hipectator for nearly all day, appeared broken gless but quite unharmed, still ple and those unwedded, warm and Good for tit Ailment of 1- woman 64 years of age." W The State of Florida to Garfield

':. the floor and joined in receiving on her knees and praying fervently. comfortable. After we had thawed out Hones Mules, Cattle Etc. I do Cardui all my: housework E-76 Johnson, H. M. Fleming-as executor of
tttangratulations with RepresentativeWebb Earlier, at Richmond, a soldier in uni- we were invited to the dining room, Good for own Aches, Try Harriet E. Fairhead, deceased, Joseph
of North Carolina, who had led where a bounteous feast of your Coffin
form was seen weeping frantically. It everything and Malsby Company, a cor-
tile fight was Private Henneberry. who had been any man's heart could wish for Pains, Rheumatism Sprains, L- + + poration, Greetings:

The: resolution passed by the House overseas with the Sixty-third battalionand was served. One of the party said it Cuts, Bums, Etc* It having been shown by affidavits <

Ii identical with that passed by the recently returned home wounded. made him think of a king's feast and 2Sc. SOc. $l. At aU DeaJera. that the defendants Garfield Johnson,

ate last August except that it aljttovs "Here was my home," explained the truly it was well named. There was H. M. Fleming as executor of Har

the states seven years instead of soldier briefly, while he continued to one thing that was most caracteristicand ;: riet E. Fairhead, deceased, Joseph

MX' in which to ratify the amendment dig, "and.I am sure I heard a moan a this was the featured order of the COFFINSCASKETS Coffin, and Malsby Company, a cor-

Senator: Sheppard, author of the reso- moment ago." cakes, every cake being inscribed with What is LAX-FOS And a full line of poration, are non-residents of the

ibtion, predicted tonight thafthe Sen- Others him hand and the wedded couple's initials and the state of Florida, and that the resi-
?sta would accept the amendment to- ently from gave under a a kitchen stove pres-, the date, Dec. 9, '17. Fully an hour we sat LAX-FOS IS AM IMPROVED CASCARA %. Undertakers' Supplies dence of said defendants is as follows:

'inorrow. He said he has assurances protuding ashpan of which had pro- at this feast, enjoying its palatablesand A Digestive LiverTonic.Liquid Contains Laxative Cascara, Catharticand Bark, Automobile Hearse. Garfield Johnson of the city of Atlanta -

that the seven years would bey approved tected her, was revealed Henneberry's telling funny Cupid tales and Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black Always on hand. The best ser- Georgia, general delivery; H. M. 1

: and that he did not believe a rolls eighteen-months-old baby. Her wounds yarns. Root,May Appl*Root,SennaLeaves and vice at the lowest prices. Special Fleming as executor of Harriet E.

call" necessary. were superficial. But the private's joy I,. After supper we returned to the Pepsin. Combines strength with palatable attention to telegraph orders. Fairhead, deceased, of San Diego, California _
i t .The president's approval is not ref was shot-lived. A little more digging parlor, where Mr. Horace Wilson ren- aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c general delivery; Joseph Cof-

quired and the state legislatures may exposed the bodies of his wife and five Registered Embalmer fin residence unknown other than he t "
if. art as soon as they please after the other children.At I is a resident of the United States of

I,i signatures of the vice president and one hospital several childrenwere The Old II II DeWITT C. JONES i America, Malsby Company, a corporation ,
Speaker Clark have been attached to listed as negroes from their gen- Dairy Homestead created under the laws of the '

; the resolution." eral apperance< Later it was discovered Starke, Fla. state of Georgia, with its principal
[ ."I will be submitted tomorrow as that they had been white de- !J place of business in the city of Atlanta -

...$ Christmas present to the American fore the flames reached them. DECEMBER 22nd 1917 Ga., and that said defendants are
E said Senator Sheppard, "and nm
people over the age of twenty-one years, and
1.1 believe it will be ratified within the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 there is no person in the state of

f"next three years." RED CROSS NOTICE. Masonic Hall Hampton FloridaThe + POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. + Florida the service of subpoena upon

.' Amendments Defeated. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + whom would bind the said above nam- '/

.1 .. Every'attempt today to put on the Last June the people of Bradford FOR REPRESE,1\lTATIVE-COUP 1. ed defendants.It .
amendment to except light wines and county pledged themselves to give $5- Hampton Dramatic Company will produce the stage play, I am a candidate for membership in the is therefore ordered, consideradand

:: beer was beaten and 141 Democrats 600 to the Red Cross fund, these pay- "The Old Dairy Homestead," on the above named date, for the ben- House candidacy of Representative: in Group 1 and in hereby the coming announcemy pri adjudged that the said defend-

stood aligned with 137 Republicans ments to, be made in June, July and mary. I feel that I know the needs of our I: ants Garfield Johnson, H. M. Fleming,
efit the School Children's
of Hampton High and the Home Societyof ;
and tate in legislative and hav-
; and four independents to win the final August.Of county a way as executor of Harriet E. Fairhead,
in been chief clerk of the House for the ses-
+ victory for the prohibitionist forces. the amount pledged, $3,644.10has Jacksonville. The Hampton Dramatic Company needs no intro- lion( of 1917 I am familiar with the proceedings deceased, Joseph Coffin Malsby Company -

> Following is resolution as adopted been collected, leaving $1,955.60still duction. of laid body. I solicit the support of all a corporation, created under the I
democratic voters and, if elected promiaefaithfw
: l l ..1.* due. All who have net paid the and efficient services. R. A. GREEN. laws of the state of Georgia, with its

"Resolved, by the Senate and House amount they subscribed will please do CAST OF CHARACTERS. --- principal place of business in the city

F- of amendment Representatives to.the constitution that the following be and so on or before January 1, 1918. Per- Mike Donnavin, A traveling Tinker____-_________Ralph Williams. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of Atlanta, Ga., do appear to the complainant's F
l' sons living in Hampton, Raiford, Law- + LEGAL NOTICES 4 bill of complaint herein on K
hereby is, proposed to the states, tot tey or Lake Butler may hand moneyto Malcolm Gray, Schemer and Ex-convicLL._ W. Turner. or before the 7th day of January, A.
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I. become valid as a part of the consti- the banks ia their'town. Starke Willie Work, A Gentleman of Leisure_____________Newsom Witt. D. 1918, in default whereof a decree .
H tution when ratified by the legislatures subscribers pay to J. I{. Ritch, treas- Notice of application for tax deed under pro confesso will be entered aga'nst
Jason Wilkins, A Farmer in Love_______________Clyde Mullady.
; of the several states as providedby urer Red Cross fund. Sec. 8, Chapter 4888, Laws of Fla. the said Garfield Johnson, H. M. Flem-

the constitution: Josh Arrowroot, Town Constable______________Prof. C. C. Hobbs. Notice is hereby given that T. A. ing as executor of Harriet E. Fair- '

.1< "Section 1. After one year from LAWTEY' SENDS HOSPITAL SUP- Ruby, A Little.Waif______________________Miss Hattie Turner. Dukes, of Dukes, Fla., purchaser of head, deceased, Joseph Coffin and
the ratification of this article the manx # tax certificate No. 78, dated the
part Malsby Company, corporation.
PLIES. Mrs. A Widow and Adventuress a
[.- nfacture, sale or transportation of in- Dashing Beryl Mullady. 7th day of June, A. D. 1897, has filed If is further ordered that this notice '

toxicating liquors within, the importa- Maud, The Farmer's Niece_______________Miss Maggie Maxell.Becky said certificate in my office, and has be published in the Bradford ;

(tioa thereof into, or the exportation Lawtey Red Cross Chapter has sent An Old Maid___________________Mrs. Minnie Marcionny. made application for tax deed to issuein County Telegraph. a newspaper' published .
[a thereof from the United States and .to Mrs. A. M. Darby, Chairman Military .accordance with law. Said certifi- -at Starke in Bradford county i

:all territories subject to the jurisdiction i Relief Committee, at Starke, the THREE ACTS. TIME: TWO HOURS. i cate embraces the following described Florida, once each week for five consecutive I

thereof for beverage purposes is"ereby following useful articles for hospital SYNOPSIS. property situated in Bradford county weeks. !

.;: prohibited. supplies: Six knitted sweaters, Fla., to-wit: W% of Wtt of NEK In witness whereof, 'I have hereunto j

y "Section 2. The congress and the three pair pajamas, package of var- Act 1.-By gum! Sounded like an earthquake, didn't it?.......... of NEK, See. 20, Tp. 6, S. R. 19 E. set my hand and affixed the seal

:;-1IYeI'Il states hall have concurrent ious kinds of bandages, two mops, She's a smart, designing widow, and here for no good purpose., ....... The said land being assessed at the of our circuit court on this the 6th day I
.power to enforce this article'by ap- package old linen, three boxes packed date of the Issuance such certificatein of December, A. 1). 1917. I
See here Josh Arrowroot nobody ask to protect this lady........ ,
:froprlate legislation and ready for shipment to France. you the name of Unknown. W. T. WEEKS, Clerk. '

pSection 3. This article shall beipoperative .......ain't no roosters needed 'round here.......... Unless said certificate shall be.redeemed Cooper, Cooper &; Osborne and A. V.

>., unless is shall have been DON'T KILL THE QUAIL. Act 2.-I've been a dog, and a pig, but am not a toad..I'llbe ] acccording to law, tax deed Long, solicitors for Complainant.Seal .
as an amendment to the con- will issue thereon on the 14th day of ( ) 1275t.
bztion by the legislatures of the a menagerie before I get thro' with you..Look out for the Detective January, A. D. 1918. Witness my of-

'.lateral states, as provided in the con- : The Telegraph has been asked by a !......In spite of your riches, I love the very ground you ficial signature and seal this the 1st Notice for Publication.!
]ftitution, within seven from the number of the farmers of the countyto day of December;A. D. 1917.
ate of the submission years hereof to the request the hunters not to kill the have coming to you........ W. T. WEEKS, U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., 7

jr:states by the congress." quail, as these birds are of great help Act 3.-All women are man-traps, and have been a success (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Nov.Notice 16, 1917.
that Thomas
-is hereby given
While the House was debating, a to the farmers in destroying the boll ghost in By R. A. WEEKS,
f" ever since Mother Eve got a patent on you..There's a K. Postell, who on September 14,1912,
weevil. It that number of
is stated
resolution Senator of a 12-14-5t Clerk.
ecticut by providing a Brandegee general ,and people have opened the'craws of quail the clock!! !.......The clock is haunted..I have escaped from the Deputy made homestead entry, No.:010954, for

.:oew plan for submission of constitu- recently and found a great many boll rickety old jail...... I wish to be concealed for a short time!...... southeast quarter of northeast quar-
ttlonal weevil. This is 'conclusive evidence Notice of application for tax deed under ter, section 2, township 6 S., rare 23 .
:'Ported amendments the Senate was favorably re- that this bird is a friend to the farmer Fascinating climax. SVc. 8, Chapter 482)8, Laws of Fla. E., Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no- '
by judiciary com- between acts. Good music. New Good C: tice of intention to make three-year i
tjnittee. It provides that all amendI.aeDb and should. be given every protec- Specialties lights. Scenery. Notice is hereby given that W.

i shall be acted upon within eight tion. The hunter can be patriotic and :. Comfortable seats. Well heated hall. Laughable comedy between Foster, purchaser of tax certificateNo. i proof, to establish claim to the land s
(jean after submission and, instead of Forego the pleasure of shooting these 202; dated the 5th day of July, above described, before clerk circuit
birds. acts. A. D. 1915, has filed said certificatein court, at Starke Florida, on'the 4th
action as at present by state legisla-
l tores, that the amendments shall be General admission, 25c. Reserved seats, 35c. Children under 10, my office, and has made applicationfor day of January, 1918.
Claimant claims witnesses
tax deed to issue in accordancewith as :
I The submitted to vote of the state electors. DIVERSIFIED FARMING PAYS.In 10 Cents. law. Said certificate embracesthe John Conway, of Middleburg, Fla. .. .

-will be prohibition submitted amendment before the probably Brande- Tickets on sale at Hampton Pharmacy December 19th. following described property sit- Ed. Manning, of Middleburg, Sla.
? uated in Bradford county, Fla., to-wit: James Sweat, of Middleburg, Fla. I -
1M resolution and therefore most cases where studies on the .
passes Mack Wilson of Waller Fla.
NEI-4 of NE1-4 and NW1-4 of NE1-4
.gill not be affected by it. profits in farming have been made, .
the most successful farms are foundto QOQC 6. .no..000n. .ft ia ll sec. 16, tp. 7, S. R. 22 E., 80 acres. The ROBT. W. DAVIS,
-- -- -
-- be those which have from two to I said, land being assessed at the date Registrar.BILL .
y ESTIMATE OF DEATH LIST of the issuance of such certificate in
of income that is
major sources ; 1
c REACHES FOUR THOUSAND they have a well-balanced and diver- r- COTTON I the name of E. B. pees. FOR FORECLOSURE.In .
.. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of
sified business, says the University of 0 Florida. Bradford County.
"i r Early cotton has become We have just issued a book coup acccording to law, tax deed 1
Halifax, N. S., Dec. 8.-Four thousand -. Florida college of agriculture. In certain o necessary. II James H. Hillican
: the cotton conditions and giving directions for making I will issue thereon on the 14th day of va
instances it better to ering changed
j'! dead is the new estimate tonight may pay 0 of- F. E. Phillip. W. E. Phillip, bU ifs=
of the superintendent ofmorgues have'only one enterprise. I O quick crop. .Send for it January, A. D.1918. Witness my wife and W. A. }f,,..
ficial signature and seal this the 11th Bill for Foreclosure.
is often '
;whose duty is to assemble and expose Diversified farming con- Notice U Appear.
of December 1917.
A. D.
Kfor: identfication, if possible, the bod- fused with farming where there is a CROPS' I day The State of Florida to F. E. Phillip and 1
,' lee of those little of everything and not much of HELD W. T. WEEKS, W. E. Phillips. hU wire Greeting: A
killed shock fire
by or
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. It having been shown by affidavit that the
when the ammunition ship Mont Blanc anything grown. Either extreme lessens defendants F. E. Phillip and W. E. Phillips.
Mew the chances of success. We" needed information By E. A. WEEKS, his wife are non-residents of the State of '
up in the harbor Thursday. Another book called "Field Crops" gives on raising
? 12-14-5t. Deputy Clerk.Sherif's Florid., and that the residence of said de-
Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of I the price of certain crops is very low 2 Corn, Peanuts, Soy Beans, Peas, Oats, Rye, Hay, Etc. We want you p j j fendants Ia unknown other than they are .
bodice then livestock usually becomes desir- residents of the United States of America and
$ have been consumed by the D 0 !
to send for that, too.IDEAL Sale.
there is BO in the State of Florida the
.t flames and in scores of cases net only : able. However, if the returns per ani- O __ __ __ __ ___ service of subpoena person upon would bind tb e laid i JJ
E;t whole families, but whole neighborhoods mal are poor, cash crops even at a low Notice is hereby given that under defendants and that laid defendant Ire oven :
.1'" have been wiped out and the price are essential.A and by virtue of that certain writ of the age of twenty-one year,.
FERTILIZERSFertilizing It is therefore ordered considered and adJudged
I execution issued out of and under the -
't James of all their dead may never be well-balanced business .insures that the said defendants. F. E. Phillips
..::4' known. against losses and provides a much I seal of the circuit court in and for and W. K. Phiirpe. his wife do apr lu the ,I I

+)\ The work of relief was organized to better utilization of the labor and of right is most important. We have the brands you need. 'Bradford county, Fla., bearing dateI before Complainant's the 7th day Bill of of January.Complaint A.l D."tic 1918: on! In or

.' ,,>' day at the meeting of American and the equipment O Write to ns. tQ the 6th day of December, A. D. 1917, default whereof a decree pro confeuo wi.l be
'S Canadians officials } and issued in that certain cause therein entered against the said F. E. Phll'ip aid W. ,:
and volunteers, cO 'I
E. Phillip his wife. ;
wherein the W. T. Raw-
i il who are here with generous resources It is further ordered that this notice be published i
at their leigh Company, a corporation is plain- in the Bradford County Telegraph a t .
command to restore, so far Wilson & Toomer
".""" aa possible the EDGARS EYES tiff, and J. P. Gufford, J. L. Gufford, newspaper published at Starke in Bradford '-2;
injured and provide county. Florida once each week for consecutive -
shelter, food and clothing for the 20- Opr. a' e st. at L. A. Jones, and W. A. King defend- weeks.
r 000 who I' JACKSON FL.A Manufacturers Ideal: Fertilizers ants, I, W. J. Epperson, as sheriff of IN WITNESS WHEREOF..I have herenn
are destitute. v .
vet my hand and affixed tile a of our Clreul
, in Machines and Insecticides. Bradford Florida have levied M
- Dealers Spray county, .
Federal, provincial and Red Cross Broken L. 0 Court on this the 13tb day of Nov hoer, .0n
I' txsea DuplicatedSanfeDay&sRiciived FLORIDA. on that certain real property as the .
supplemented O
by volunteer units I p J
of the said J. L. Gufford W. T. WffifcB.Ocrlc.
",. t from other cities and the United We Spec.l ZIt on oil l Orders-Wt fey totafit Q 0>> (SEAL) .
,...;...States. were being utilized to the best '- 140 W.rORSYTW St 001:10_ ,01:10__0=0._ .01:10. 01:11I' C of the above named defendants, de- By 8. A.

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Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and daughters F. & A. M. Election. Monday at the home of Mr. Walter and for Bradford county, do
visited relatives in Sampson City The annual election- of officers of Edmondson. I give notice to all automobile ,
the first of the week. Lawtey lodge F. & A. M., was held at There will be a Christmas tree at who have not paid their license'v g

I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore were in their hall last Thursday 'evening as Kelly school house Monday night, De- same, that I will proceed to col
f Starke Monday buying Christmas.The follows: cember 24th. Everybody invited to them according to law. This is myj
3 County News items school has planned for a tree W. M.-Charles Dinkins. attend. warning to the public. Respe "
on Christmas eve night, also an interesting Senior Warden-L. L. Sapp. 12-14-2L B. M. D0\
program will be rendered.Mr. Junior Warden-G. L. Futch. NOTICE.I .
S. B. Woodard and daughterwere Treasurer-W. F. Godwin.
latertitin hets Gathered During the Week by Our shopping in town Saturday.Mr. Secretary. B. Jackson. B. M. Dowling, tax collector in. TRESPASS SIGNS FOR 9ALoco.o

'" \ Regular Correspondents. Quincy Green, of Starke, was Senior Deacon-A. H. Harley.

attending to business metters here Junior Deacon-C. R. Sapp. l'I!-ft.- > ---.! -rn=-0.. --
Wednesday and Thursday.! Senior Steward-T. T. Blackburn. ; -- mooa
'.. ""IiI Messrs. Fair Neil and Porter Gufford Junior Steward-J. Q. Futch. I

LAKE BUTLER. room Wednesday afternoon for the returned one day last week froma Chaplain James Shepard. SEE OUR
E1i ,i purpose of organizing a branch of the two weeks' hunting trip at Daytona. Tyler Jesse Reddish.Mr. l

Red Cross. Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Their luck is unmentionable.Mr. A. H. and wife
4. pz' \ Miss Thelma Bailey has accepted a Lawtey, gave a very interesting and and Mrs. H. D. May motoredover visitors to Starke Wednesday. were-
't'i position at the Lake Butler Drug enthusiastic address oil Red Cross to Gainesville Tuesday.
i. and Mrs. H. C. Peace were vis-
Store during the holidays. work, also Mr. Rudolph Thede gave a S- itors to Jacksonville Tuesday. HolidayLineBefore J
+ t'' Mr. Charles F. visited Rai- 0
-> Barjett short talk on the work. Col. J. E. Mr. T.
J. and Miss
LAWTEY.There Terry daughter,
ford Monday. Futch, of Starke, then proceeded to or- Bessie I
were visitors to Starke last'Thursday
Messrs. Charles Barrett, Purvis ganize a branch, thirteen members be- -- c
+ Mott, Raiford Carver and Tommie ing received. will be preaching and a basket evening.
v g : Hewitt motored over to Starke Monday -, The following officers were elected: dinner at Evergreen church on the ----

if 7. ; night. Mrs. H. N. Stanton, Chairman. I first Sunday in January.Mr. RISING. Doing 'Your
Mr. Miller who is attending '
{ : George -, Mrs. J. E. Maines, Vice Chairman.Mrs. W. E. Torode was transacting -
at Sutherland arrived in
i! ,,4. college William Johnson, Secretary.Mrs. business in Jacksonville the first part Mr. J. E. Norman is grinding cane
Lake Butler He will
tea Wednesday. Seeber King, Treasurer.Mrs. of the week. I 4 jj Christmas '
this week. ShoppingA
,, the holidays with his
spend parents I
1 B. P. Wilson, member of
s at Miller. Mr. W. N. Dunhartf of Jacksonville, Mrs. M. M. Crosby and children returned -
wt! t I 0
3, ;,' Mr. Inman Harrison, of Worthington utive committee. and Mrs. Charles F. Sayles, of India- home last Saturday from their
+ x Springs, was a business visitor Mr. R. E. Dell, manager of member- I napolis, Ind., were guests of Mrs. E. week's visit to Tampa, Brewster and
sy 1 to Lake Butler Monday" ship drive. D. Sayles last week. Plant City. .

af .., Miss Janie Bielling ,was among the Mrs. G. W..Brown and son, Clif- Mr. F. B. Jackson; has bought from ;
rc Prcvidence visitors to Lake Butler HEILBRONN. ton, came up from Gainesville and Col. C. L. Peek seventy acres of Em- few of the many useful gifts. f
#- ii. Tuesday. .1 spent Saturday and Sunday at their pire Lumber Co's: land. The deal was !: '

;y i4 Mr. W. A. Bailey visited Raiford home here. T made last week. B we have to show are '
Mr. J. W. Johnson has returned to Mr. Jackson bought a fine mule you
4,1, Tuesday on business. Miss Eldredge Reddish and Pearl o
oa South Carolina his
accompanied by
last Tuesday from Mr. A. D.Andrews,
; Mr. Mont Jamison is visiting his
Bennett home
returned last week'fromNorth
son, W. H., who is to spend a week,in of Ra 05d.
t the Hotel here this
: parents at Edgar Georgia, where they spent a Ii
his old home and who '
may Mrs. Julius SEWING
t week. Norman is on the sick MANICURING SETS'f SETS
month with'relatives
and friends! .
s while there to make it his future home
list this week.
Y Miss Miriam Adkins, of New River, : TOILET SETS WATCHES
Mrs. J. D. Randall and Mr. and Mrs. II .
is Mr. M. J. Alvarez killed six nice
? t visiting in our city this week. She also.Mr.
j -4 .. has ''accepted a position at Stump's Owen Parmenter and Miss Ge- H.sonville D. Randall were visitors to Jack- hogs laU Monday. o VASES CANDIES
store and will remain here during the neva Rosier of Sanderson, were mar- Monday. Mr. H. H. Lewis butchered ten fine
4 holidays. ried last week. The bride wilt be remembered -I{ Mrs. M. M. Fryer, of Starke, was hogs last Tuesday.Mr. jj PIPES- COFFEE FILTERERS

Three more Bradford county sol- as being with us last berry I visiting friends in Lawtey Monday J. E. Norman helped Mr. Ed FOUNTAIN PENS SHAVING SETS
; :- k dier boys have been brought back season, at which time Cupid made his j Mrs. C. C. Moseley and children Neal re-cover his dwelling house last
home to be laid to rest. Last Saturday appearance, and is a young lady of :spent Saturday and Sunday with rela- Wednesday. JEWELRY MILITARY SETS jjj

*, = \ the body of Othello Hardin, and many personal charms. Mr. Parmen-j tives near Raiford. We have heard of several of our DOLLS TOYS
r the following Sunday Sydney Bielling, ter is a hustling young farmer of this i Mrs. R. R. Thede was a visitor tp youn gmen that had been exempted a oj

ti +: were laid to rest in the Olustee cemetery place, and we have all hopes that the Jacksonville Monday.Mr. short time ago who have received an- o STATIONERY, XMAS BOXES
} .l, ; : and last Wednesday Preston young couple will make life both hap- Enoch Griffis was a visitor to other list of questions to answer.
"4b piness and success. i Starke first of the week: g
c r H6 age was also laid to rest in the i i .
: Swift Creek cemetery. This makes I Little seven years old Lewis Ran.i Rev. Henderson, the new pastor of 'to both and old
PINE Something please
# r five of our Bradford boys that have I dall, Jr., of Starke, whose mother died ,I the Lawtey M. E. church, South, .delivered LEVEL young

4- been sent home dead, though the Su- recently, and who was to be sent to' his first sermon at the church ,
preme Commander did not see fit for the orphanage at Arcadia in the near I here Sunday morning to quite a large Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill and
them to live to go to the front, wet I future, has been accepted by Prof. L.I|congregation.Miss children spent Sunday with friends at
honor and reverence them and they !A. Davis and placed in Heilbronn ; Doris Law spent Saturdayand Raiford.Mr. 0
will always be held dear to us. The?I l School, and Lewis seems elated over Sunday at the home of her par- Raymond Oliver spent three D
boys who were true and loyal to the I his new home. ents in Starke. days in Jacksonville last week. 0 WeaverDrugCo.
h colors and followed them as long as I I Mr. Wainwright, our progressive I Misses Lois Dinkins and Rosemary' Mrs. I. L. Cone was the, guest ofher

they were permitted to live. We extend merchant, shows the growth made by I Hull were shopping in Jacksonville son,' J.'C.I| Cone, of Lawtey, last 0
I Mcnday.
our heartfelt sympathy to each his business by addition to week.
making an Dr. E. L. Biggs and Mr. A. M. Blan-
+ of the families. I his building. I' Mr. Walter Edmondson and family
=v= Mr. Ha/ry Pinkston, of near Worthington I. friends 'chard were visitors to Middleburg last visited at Alachua Saturday and Sun xStore
The of efficient ,
many Sunday.
V ?imtchered \two old hog
+ at year J
Prof. E. W. Wilkinson, who day.Mrs. ,
principal I Mr. T. T. Blackburn, of near Highland .
s; : the other day and the net weight was Ruby Brown, of Sampson City, D
is to be placed with the colors at amoment's
was a business visitor to Lawtey
> 419 pounds. He sold it for 18 cents spent Sunday and Monday with her
+ warning join in much sym- ,the first of the.week. o
r mother, Mrs. Alice Oliver.
pound, which him
a $75.42.
tt pathy and regret that he is to be taken Mr. N. T. Peeples of Jacksonville, Messrs. RAIFORD FLA.
Two and a half cans of lard were secured W. B. Strickland and A. J. Ii
1 i from this hog. He has another from us while actively enagg d in spent Sunday in Lawtey. Oliver, of Jacksonville, visited their t"o
his school work. However, every Mr. C. C. Moseley visited relativesin :
? ; Duroc which he has been offered $70 parents here Monday.
Y ,t., : Mr. A. S. Feagle, teacher of the cloud has a silver lining and Prof. Gainesville last Saturday and Sun- Mr. Greene Moody and family spent : ,
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Wilkinson, who is a Christian 2nd an ''day. ... = 0 Q 0 E HHH S 0 EX ESSSS S 0=O M M *
,4, Palestine school met with *cit4 i-
an a
active church worker will unquestionably -I Miss Lonnie Loadholtz is spendinga --. ,,-
dent few weeks He .
} a ago. accidentlly
view the bright side and take his a few days with relatives in Jack- .
: I shot off two of his toes. He is .gut ..
t destiny like a man, ever bearing in I I sonville. ,
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o -_...-. again and' getting on nicely. mind that God's will be done and thateverything. Prof. L. L. Blackburn and assistants
_Mrs. R. C. Davis and children are
.' '; ,": visiting relatives in Brooker this week will worketh best with'Misses Lois Terry, Loca Johnson and
those who love the Lord. Mattie Stalsby attended the teachers
: Messrs. L. Effron and B. Magill, of SAFETYIs
r \ 5- institute at Starke last Saturday.
Tampa, with Mr. B. Goldman, of
'" ; Ocala, have'purchased the machinery THERESSA.The Rev. H,-V. Skipper, who held a series -
i i ,' of the old Southern Turpentine Company of revival services at the town
hall last week, left for iis home in I
retort and will proceed to move
,, same to Tampa. Anyone wishing to farmers around here are about I Bishopville, S. C., last Thursday. He -
', purchase any of it can call on one of through grinding cane and hog killing .' went via Live Oak, his former home, ..
t is the order of the day. where he will spend a few days with
; t the partners who will be here. See
I their ad in classified the The farmers union No. 93, is pro- relatives and friends. His daughter,
ad column of Is the first consideration It
this bank.
''- :; = Telegraph. gressing along very fine. They have Mrs. E. E. Burney, and her children at
t *, f. ordered $175 worth of seed from a accompanied him and will spend sev- ,
s i V c Eastern Star Meeting. seed house for spring crops.. They are eral days' is
... Last Tuesday, Nov. llth, the Order expecting to plant a heavy crop of Mr. Harney Forsyth returned home consideration. which.'appe strongest -
; t .. of Eastern Star No; 40, held their different varieties.We this week from South Florida, where
i' regular meeting at Masonic temple are sorry to report that Mr. J. he has been employed for. several
sr and elected officers for the ensuing. E. Owsley has been confined to his months. to every depositor. It is the consider-

term bed ever since Wednesday ni-ht. He Mr. A. M. Blanchard was a business

:: } f Worthy Matron, Mrs. Annie Regis-j has many ,friends who wish for hima 'i visitor to Starke last Saturday. ation which has made this bank what it
r } ter.Worthy speedy recovery. 'I Mr. 0. L. Thomas came down from
,: r ; Patron, Dr. W. H. After a few days' visit here with .Crawford and spent Saturday and \ '
t; Associate Matron, Mrs. Ada Stew- relatives, Mrs. Frank Sullivan return I Sunday here with his family. is. And it is consideration which
art. ed to her home in Daytona.Mr. Mr. A. B. Prevatt left last Satur-
; Secretary, Miss Irene Edwards. and Mrs. H. Moorer were visiting day for Wymauma, where he has secured -
',i e Treasurer, Mrs. Dollie Epperson. relatives in Sampson City Satur- employment. should bank with
': Conductress, Mrs..Ella Strickland. day and Sunday.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Evendenwere prompt you to us. ,

Y } Chaplain, Mrs. Dora Alderman. and Mrs. Charlie Triest, of: visitors to Jacksonville the first partof
; < Marshal, Mrs, Annie Lee. Waldo, were visitors Sunday at the the week.Wilmot -
t Organist, Miss Edna Epperson. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- Brown has joined the naval
f :f Ada, Mrs. Jennie DelL reserves and will leave this week for
r' : Ruth, Mrs. Mamie Wilson. ham.Mr.. S. R. Swindle is having his Key West. .

Esther, Mrs. Belle Ambrose. farmstumped.. Mr. Noah Butler, $r., spent several BANK OP STARKEState
'4r'x < Martha, Mrs. Salome Maines. Rev. G. A. Prevatt, of Middleburg, days last week with relatives""in Jack-
Electa, Mrs. Francis Stanton. filled his regular appointment at the sonville. .

Warden, ,Miss',Marshall Proctor. Baptist church Sunday. Carl Prevatt, of the 30& Engineersof
,t : Sentinel,:Mr.Arch Proctor. ,* Mr. Raymond Thigpen, of> Orange Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. is County and City Depository

v" Red Cross Meeting. [Heights, was visiting relatives rere home on a furlough and will stay ,>

A meeting. was held at the club I(Saturday and Sunday. -.,.. ,til Christmas day -un-I'I .
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