Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 29, 1937
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Volume ID: VID04517
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1 !loUltlnl.t'IUto.i'f- i VICTOR CORNET BAND-TMPW1TIIOU A't14M9lEIP190, ('OI'o.ilT:. !OKTW: \ tn: A ROOM FOIl !Sl'AUKK

I Her Little !Son On Sunday last 12 Inst., usual at Think of ':'
I 11 DIIIT and County Commissioners met What rrmiiln.'iit Tropic
1 )Ir',1 \re Killed U>' The labor was noticed in progress upon I Lake Butler on Monday to canvass llrudford'H Toting/ ('lly ,: ,';
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the farm of Mr. William Deforest
fast ;Mull Train the vote and then announced -IU Health I'
one of our new settlers near Hump II ,
Staike as the county seat and ordered tit
community was thrown ton In this county. This being so I the sheriff to move the records To the Editor of the Times-Union: ;1 ,
Tlllf unusual and contrary to the teach Starke, March 4.
state of excitement Thursday : at once to Staike.It .
nU a : ing of their neighbors, the neighborhood Dr J. S. Carruthers, of Shan- \
2 o'clock, by the announcement took 20 hours to bring the
I about that Mrs. L. C. Duer was noon aroused and Mr, t 'y a t 1 v + I Ii county safe and contents 22 miles non, Miss; T. J. Traywick, of Ma- ;

DeForest was notified he was not +t to bad roads con, Ga.; tD.. Fnhrney. of:
i little son, Arthur, were on Tuesday, owing
end hkille e : observing the Sabbath. Being In Waynesboro, Ga.; Dr. J.V lUr-
(llm flat' mall truth while and sick mules.Aug.. 27, 1SS7. .'
"? >y I that vicinity and, learning of the l Kr non, of Chicago, III. and others,
about
Alligator trestle, - --- -
crossing mile !own, difficulty\ we were anxious to learn \ ot'UI.o.i: : :. !''IC.nHAMPTON : are visiting this State with a view .,
hull H frorer" the facts and In settle In It and after visiting
of this sad affair -: justice to Mr. DeForest to
Tin and UTr. Levi Johns had well known portion v
the family, we give them as nearly every
I hich cast a gloom over
staled to us viwe: have no almanac the misfortune one day last weekr.f of the State and particularly thatpart :.
far as we can lellt"n.an ,
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entin'ty' : have been busy at woi keveiy being seriously Injured by his of it cencially. known as ; i

ufollows.\ : resides day since we arrived! here L + { horse taking affright while being South Kloitdii, they hove I returned,
1Iuwho Just
Sin I and on Saturday, we tested! supposing + i hainessed to the cart and ditching to this district and. they express- ?,
and her littlethur
ac'i the trestle,
os. it was Sunday This mom- t r Mr .1 I In the curt threw him I themt-rlves as being entirely satisfied -
on her to
was way
I i Ing \\e began In earnest again supposing Against: n flump which lo.sulU'tt In as to the result of their I Investigations ,
the of having
Staikl, for purpose It was lOndIY.'e hope splitting! his scalp from his forehead ; they docl'iro'
lental work done, and had ,
m. said Mr. Deforest that our neighbors tt to the back pull of same, so I First, That Starke and Its vicinity -
the trestle when
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iiist g iltcn will hold us excused for sucha u .9', A ., JJJ )that the scalp dropped' entlirly. Is undoubtedly the most heal'
a
mail train overtook them. ,
the fast knocked down the- mistake for it certainly Is our le-i st (Mi1 'l&" loon on OUR half of his head The thy portion of Florid: ,

)frs Doer was s're to observe the Sabbath. June skull Is not thought to be injured.Medical Secnnd, That chills or malaria
| about 20 feet and re- i,
embankment: 18, U>87. a tyv aid was at once called In fevers me entirely. unknown there.

relve1! internal injuries from which -- --- -- --- and everything placed In its proper Third, That the water ii the best

I she expired sown afterwards. Arthur 1 1 K.MS: FKOM: SKI'SCRAPE place and he is now Improvingvery I they have found In their travels

Uuer, the little boy was run Well, home again after fast .Jan. 22, 1887 throughout Florida. ;

over and horribly mutilated, cut Starke trip You see I tired my of 1 w .*. Mr. I I. .1 I. Traywlrk owns an orange ,
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dozen
and l mashed into a pieces.The A KIN A\\'.\\' IIOHSK,: grove near Orlando, In Orange -
seeing Jimmy Hayseed, Bill\ Evergreen -
remains were carefully pickedup I
has visited
and he
to Richard & and the rest out here, so I county,
and brought One of the most exciting runaways Florida every winter for several ,
went to town to catch on to one
Pace's store. where they were carefully of ever witnessed on I he streetsof years, and he states that In his I(
the dudes. The
and tenderly placed into acasket first one I Yes sir, with' all those trees! around it looks like they made the boys take to the woods when they Staike occurred Monday morn- opinion the Starke district Is the .

., struck was got together for a jam session in the Gay Nineties. No wonder the pine trees sigh! Just to refresh your Ing, when the horse driven by Fred most healthy and productive he haa
Joe AlvarezJoe's a mighty nice we'll give their names. Reading from left to Tate Powell
light standing: Harry Oilmen
Mr Joe Boone, the engineer on memory you Sassee, of Klngsley lake, gut be- found and that the orange, Le-
fellow, but would be so much another Grimes initials( forgotten )I. Andy :,;telnachl''', Blair Powell, Felix Witwovskl, A K. Wall, Sr
Interviewed by us yond control of Its driver and made and trees and
Conte
train, was peach
this nicer if he took the gills a little Seated, from left to right; Prof. Meecham, Avery Powell, Ned Powell, and Joe Young. A recent visit to pear
He snys that he was behind time, better lie didn't hanker after me, the spot where this photograph was taken proved that the trees were not permanently damaged by the a wild lush down Cull street. Mr.Sussee strawberry crop are quite equal to
fast. He held to the reins and and In finer than
And was running very so I didn't hunker after him sour notes man- some respects ,'

saw; Mrs.. Duer and her little boy, Mr Ben Wltkovskl is a mighty aged to keep the frightened animal I. any he has seen further south

and thought sure that they would - in the middle< of the street Dr. Carruthers, of Mississippi,
sweet little fellow and would hnve .\ :MUTUAL !SUKItENDER' :. ,
I track. He all the Some of the strawberry til it got opposite the un-\\ that after visiting relative
get off the gave took to me If I could have kept I RESULTS! IN MUTUAL; LAWTEY LAWTKV IS DISTURBED! ; says

I signals he could, but Mrs. Duer the strangers out of town; but C'APTUKKI I II growers here are saying that House J when a slight turn to In Sumter county, and nearly every -

I never once looked around. It was Ben's failing is to fall in love with I ____ I they do not intend to take so much LAWTEY- -The night after the left brought the wagon In collision place of note In the South, he

Impossible for him to stop his engine the last comer However, I didgl't I Luke liutlrr and !SlurUe lie-UnltrJ pains with their berries this year election some of the jolly boys of with the curbstone, throwing Mr. has returned to Starke fully con- f

coming down a steep grade, mashed on And Hound Together In ItondH. us last ; that it does not pay. It is Starke came up here in the night, Siissee headling to the pavement vinced as to the truth of all that Is

nevertheless he tried his best to do Mr. Johnny Morgan (I thoughthe UhU-li Cannot lie Broken lly The to be hoped this will not be theca sung H song about a celebratedacid and releasing the horse, which stated above and as to other natural -

so No one can attach any blameon was the one that played the or- ('..hlnt..1 Fom-H Of the 1'1,1erae. e. The reputation of Lawtcy fruit tree, and took the namesof continued Its mad race down the advantages offered by this

him. and we venture to say that berries In the New York and Philadelphia same of our citizens in vain. sidewalk and ran Into A. E Moitt's county and with a determination to
of
there .Is not one In our city who regrets gan) seems to handle the a lot the I Mr Henry W Epperson, our gal- markets Is too high to be That was all right, nail we like to blacksmith shop. The workmen In settle In It. "I am struck" says

it more than he does. It was stuff that "makes mare go" so lant young Sheriff, of Lake Butler, sacrificed Feb. 12 1887 nee the boys have their fun, but the shop gave the animal a wide the doctor, "with the fact that

ai awful shock to him, tears were I thought I would hitch to him; and Miss! Lizzie Bugg, of this city, they ought not to fire off pistolsIn berth and It bounded over what your school report shows that withan

tunning down his bronzed cheeks but when I found out it wasn'this'n I were mauled 1 in thin city, ut the --- our otieets. There Is enough of obstacles weie in Its wuy and left attendance of 300 children, nota
I I soon dropped him. WhenI If 50 cents' worth of ra/.oiback
and between the sobs of this Baptist Church, on Tuesday eve- that done by our own citizens, anda the shop by the buck door, circled death among them has occurredin
I saw 11th instant Rev Doctor can ruin a $tOO tomato patch, and deal much. "
ning, by good too
strong man, he declared that it iround the building and! made another seven years
Mr. Tom Sweat, I thought my S5: worth of scrub bull can kill $100
"would have been the same had it I Talblrd, in the presence of a Thin wretched foolery of plotol inn up Call street, finally General H. V Aukenv, of Des
fate was scaled, but his name, this worth of horse, then how many
been his own wife.- -Mjrch 19, mighty host of friends and admirers shooting and shotgun shooting by taking up at the hitching rack nl Moines, Iowa, who was appointed
I hot weather, must have melted the panels of fence can be thrown
who filled the Church and
88j night) und by day nil hours of the the tear of O. C Livingstone's Commissioner of Lands by the
sealing wax for it wasn't long before down In five minutes by a brecchycow
- ..- ---- nil standing room outside to ovel'flowing 2-1.I at hull bats, at targets at store. June 20. 1000. United States Government, to examine :-
busted", So going on to who gives one pint of milk a '
we up. The best wishes of theTelegraph _
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TUB nonND GIRLS harmless birds, at nothing ut all, -" '.-- - land In the State of Florida r
the office I aw I day--Aug. 23, .t8&1t.-
post will always attend this .If Intolerable and! not to be en- Nothing succeeds like success, and in pursuance of his appointment .
John and Newell Hull, but they .
H.i\c A Little Tun At :Mr. Huff handsome and well-mated couple. -- ---- dinedAug. 27 1837. I II and nothing aids more mateilallyin he says t the traveled over

Erpenre were fortified behind u grating soI In this Instance Stal ke's loss icuilts HAM1TONEvening! croquet _:. -_ __ I II hastening HIICCTHH than the use the entire State'; by wagon consuming '
hud to go fiom there to In Lake Butler's gain of a patties> are quite fashion.ibkhcie I OnrMRl Wulfe was only thl..tylwo '
In the
I of printer 1 s ink. Now for instance, several] months survey,
Mr. Charlie Pace, who would be most excellent and exampltryyoung now The young( folks enjoy them [ yearn old when Quebec WAS I
One evening last week eight of M. J, Jones came out two weeks and his report formed the basis of
very good-looking did he not ke..phili lady Jan 1:1: 1887 very much. Aug. tI, 1887. I oil r>tu rod.\ |
our young bloods, Cashier Duncan ''go In an attractive column advertisement I the session of I.OOO.UOO acres by
head shaved in older to grow
at th head, and as many more tint, this week he finds It the U. S. Government to Florida)
a mustache. HI' had heard, my te-. CELEBRATION COMPLETE-WITHOUT HIGHDIVER IN 1990This
NO t that .Staike I H the hcnlthleHt location
yi 1 ir city belles got themselves! m.irk and me'an Icy look I iifcesmiiy'' to [iiiuIHIHI a typewriter!
together( for a moonlight'! (live to gave -- scene will piooamy turn I and engage the services of u slen- I In Florida. and he I la now prospecting -
introduced to
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Hi !Silns: Kite's, who lives four was" with.Ur8" the eyes of mnny a fun- I II 'l'1'lr'.l)11': :MIJIII'Ttiiaday "II I'll pl1\'. :Miss Ida, Wltl
mu west of town to u sugar boiling Orrin and Orvllle Husband, and )loving oldster who itmembers with I lias for some time hud charge of I; Unit vicinity, As them opinions a>t

andy stew and a good time. in says'" I, "If I with my fine orange : I It'nsUlI' the bright lights and tin- i II night; a large paity of I the books at Mr, Jones' store will entirely, accord with the conclusions '

gi'ral. and Invited the gallant 'jrove and cotton crop can't get a 1 pan music of the rowdy carnivals voting and old folks\ wended their !tlnd her labors consldoiably lightened I hud myself malls nbuiit two

i nandsomo Mr Morris J. Huff man: in town to call me wife, I tht used to visit Staike regularly .vny out to Mr. Rising's h..uuUfulj I by the itccjuisltlon of the years since/ and 1 which led me to

o mck'onville to accompany shan't call him husband," HO I picked every se'lson. Perhaps they did I place for the P"I'POKeof swt'eten- handsome "CulaKraph. Mlns '%'It. settle In Stnrke shall feel j .teased -

tl r which he did. On the way up my belongings and went take a lot of money out of town I ng up. Several of the ladies\ wentin kovski> enjoys the distinction of if you will give them f-juice' In

5'1' T K. Sweat conceived the Idea home by the Starke and Sampson but some folks will suy it was 3*1 ;' . the afternoon and were treated bring I the only person In tills city your paper

of little fun at Mr. Huff's ex- railroad My old htand-bys. alas; worth It to see the daring' young ,: : to juice, sugar and "lick urn." The i v>ho has mustered stenography anti I Yours lespoctfully,

rpmc hove' all got jobs on the new road! man climb to the top of the sway- <'ti' . tell came after dark and found 'I I typewriting, and these accomplish! J. O. VVIIber. '

After reaching the homo of Mr.. std left me to take care of myself. ng (alder! and risk his neck for ,,tA ,, //I. IK ibce lit up by bonfires ant the' ments are. greatly to her credit. I !Reproduced? l"II) Telegraph March ;:,

Aug. 5, 1802. the entertainment of and : \ 12 IxsT' from Times-Union.
Kit and depositing the young Indies I young huge pricking hOIl"eal'ell forhoeing Oil. 13, 1803. ,

around the sugar kettle, the Once- in' Gl'OI'gllhe went out fox old .. and a big fire In the ---

boys all went off to the cane hunting with the boys and they This picture, taken by Hoovei H :hlnmey. They btayed until It wasnCIy BOREE FUNERAL, HOME !

patch When Mr. Huff was laden put out the light, tripped him up Brothers!, shows Call Street look- : morning then took theirlrpnrlure 1

with fourteen large canes suddenly and ran off and left him in the Ing east <(everybody< else, apparently wishing these kind poo- Full I lint of Cnxlipt* Undertaker; Supplier .g- '

two of the young men fell out swamp all night, and he had to was looking up.), The tamers : pie all sorts of good luck, anti to AMBCLANCE SERVICE 1

and began to fight. All hands except climb a pine tree and keep from !, was placed in front of where the : John u good wife. A few accidents DAY AN > NIGHT

Mr. Huff, seemed to take a being eaten by wildcats and bears. I court house now stands. We don't .. 'lea. occurred Mr N W Hack- I _. .wl::#"' 53 P H 0 N E 53 _...ef .
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P'.rt In the affair. Large knives The young ladies all! sympathise 1 know what stood there in 1900. "h--' ,,.'. .._ ,.,:'-h. ett ran over a pine tree about half O. n. BENNETT.. Mgr. r'. I K!: ,, '
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were drawn and big pistols fired with Mr. Huff, and say they will Probably just a lot of hogs anti :I .(:, a mile from town broke his buggy, 'A HOMELIKE INSTITUTION"

from all points of the compass. Mr. keep him with them next time and (I cattle. Note the three school boy and all had to walk home. One ]I

Huff, with his face homeward not send him off with bad boys I on the telephone pole. Won't their voung lady got her mouth scaled, 0.--- _n__ _ _"_.________..__

bound, got away from the crowd after cane.- Nov 23: 1892. mothers be provoked when they 'ip with syrup so she could not talk

and run fully a mile before Mr. J ___ come home with their stocking for five minutes, and she come near BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION

H Colson, their fastest runner, HAMPTONThe orange seasonIs torn and the seat of their pants having lockjaw, and one gentleman ,

could catch him. about over now, and our Railroad I ripped open? Sorry we can't : got Home of the stickiest kisses' he

Mr huff says It was no joke; It Agent reports 1.600 boxes Identify the boys. It would be Interesting i ever had. Sugar boil ngs are TRY OUR SERVICE: AND BE CONVINCED

was a bad row, and was the second shipped this season, so far, 'with to know if any of them ... tainly good fun. .Dec :5 I, 1800 cer.I'

one of the kind he has been In. several to go yet -Jan. 15.: 1887. grew up to be high-divers. ATLAS ; ,
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: .. If' \ .,,' Tires Unconditionally Guaranteed for I fear anti l IS :\Iunlh"-
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KOOL ," STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS

GASOLINE AND OILS ; 11'.1SHINE-POLIr4hhINl-WAINd-6RE.: :. \SlNU: '

I'I\K STATIONS, IN BRADFORD ('OVNT'RE AT lOtll ;.q h f

SERVICE WITH A COMPLETE LINE OF . .,ef Call 60 For Road Service tt

CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS
I Easy Payment Plan On Tires and BatteriesLACY
THE NEXT TIME YOUR MOTOR RUNS HOT OET THAT
KOOL-MOTOK GASOLINE FROM ONE OF THESE : CONWAY, .'I.OIUDIOTOn; LINES:. AGENT:.
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STATIONS: JOHN ROGER! (nines\llle Road) .
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West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) Bronchial Coughs;


D. E. ROBERTS, Agent iVA

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WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Need Creomulsion


Just a common cough a chest get a real dose of genuine Beechwood
cold, or a bronchial Irritation of to- Creosote which is palatable and can
day'may lead to serious trouble to- even be taken frequently and contin-
morrow. They may be relieved now I uously by both adults and children.
with Creomulsion an emulsified Creomulsion Is one preparation
For RepairingSmith's v r."r Creosote that in pleasant to take, that goes to the very seat of the
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Expert Creomulsion la: n medicinal combInation trouble to help loosen and expel the
designed to aid nature in perm-laden phlegm. When coughs,
soothing end healing infected mucous chest colds and bronchial troubles-
membranes by alloying irritation due to common colds-han? on, get:
and inflammation and by a bottle of Creomulsion from your 1{
Garage nldlrgr 1 li loorf-nlng and expelling druggist, use It at directed! and if
the gerni-htdett Phlegm. you are net satisfied W' n the relief
The Medical Profession hat for obtained the druggist .1 authorized:

many years recognized the beneficial to refund every cent of nr money.
effect of Beech wood Creosote in Crcomulslon Is one ortl-l1ot f.,o.
Phone 120 the treatment of coughs, chest colds: and It has no hyphen It. Ask! for
and bronchial Irritations. A special it plainly, see that the name on the
process was worked out by a chemist, bottle Is Cr omlllsl.n, and you'll '"
Wrecker Service Day or Night for blending Creosote with other Ingredients the genuine product and tLc. ru- y''

I and now In Creoniulslon you Ret that you want. (A.SECOND .!-:.> 9 _
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SHERIFF--H.W.EPPERSON I., .:., ''Ii TAX ASSESSOR-W. C. WAINWRIGHT
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r ;7 We, the county officers of 1937, realize what a debt we owe to our distinguished pre-
decessors of fifty years ago. Theirs was the task of steering the ship of state safely throughthe
stormy pioneer days of Bradford County. We today have benefited by the firm foundation -
t I S SlillIpi: i they laid down for the future of our county, and although our offices still carry many
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; a i; weighty problems,there is no doubt that our duties have been made more pleasant because
1;t of the strong hands that guided the destiny of our county in its early days. In the spirit of 1'w: ""
1, 4 i gratefulness, we take this opportunity of paying homage and respect to the county officers
k'' 'j of 1887. May we leave as fine a tradition of public service behind us, is our ardent wish.

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SHERIFF-A. 0. ANDREU! ASSESSOR-E. W. HAYES ,,!;"j

TAX COLLECTOR--C. A. KNIGHT SUPT. SCHOOLS-A. J. GRIFF1S .' :

i COUNTY AGENT --T. K. McOANE, JR. "i,i," .

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1,0 U. OCTOBEKJI.1W1 __. ._ __ . __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH jt
h - - .. 8TARKB. FLORIDA_ __ _. - ._._ _._. - - _. PAGE 0 THKEK-. ..!:
] GENT: CITY OF STARKE spot now covered by the Commercial A farmer tl
while
4 Hotel. cow huntingnear Some copies of last week's Tele-
Sampson Lake, saw a big graph erroneously announced that r
'.1\'Rsln the month of November Mr.. Ceo E. Pace, of ye ancient flock of buzzards, among which. Mr. Fred Morgan "bobbed up se
? (thirty years ago) that the city firm of R. & P, erected on the Judging from the birds' strange renely" at a recent social gather-
the
tram on what Is now lot now occupied by the house and behavior, something of interest "
Ing,
s t "wrapped in a dressing gown,
odda, R w, & N Co'8. line, roll- commodious brick building knownas must be going on. Thcy were etc. This was wrong. The honors WE HAVE BEEN IN STARKE
Staike, or more correctly, the Kentucky House gathered around
a
into dwelling a large dead alligator -; belonged to another gentlemanwith
ere Staike now It, for at that which at that time was consideredan and one of them had got his the same Initials Fred Morgan 7
e this was a wilderness, a vast Improving structure. Col. foot fastened In the carcass in never bobs up serenelyherips
d unbroken pine wild-cat forest, and when the Hodges about the same time built some way and was unable to free along like a tornado across MANY YEARSIt "
the
I' bray, the dwelling house now owned and himself. Finally hU comrades bit Temple's mill.-Aug. 16, 1889.
atthy; panther roamed at theirfree occupied by S. P. Gardiner and the captive's foot off which caus- .
will.' There was not a family. this ed Its
D Although building was owner to scream piteously,
,a house worthy of the name soon afterwards purchased and en- but released him. Upon examin- The small boy and everybodyelse
sonar i 18 now the corporate llm- larged and. occupied for a numberof ation the farmer found that the Is now chewing cane. The
only Ii few little snantles o5'* years by Capt. Richard and fam- stomach of the carcass containeda hogs extract what little Juice thereIs
,pled by railroad hands. ily. Where J. G. Alvarez' store huge "alligator turtle" which had : left in the cane after the human r
AbOut this time Qeo. W. Cole house now stands was a dwelling been swallowed while the saurianwas molars are through with it. A cane

enpied( forty acres, which now house put up by Leaston A. Wynn alive. A hole just big enoughfor chewer with false teeth can alwaysbe
i.tltutes the business portion of In 1858. Dr. Wm. Hollingsworth' the turtle's head had been madeIn singled out from the numberof ,
and laid It out as we the gator's hide pigs in his tracks Oct. 11,
r little city, erected a dwelling on the opposite by the birds
'VI have it, into the semblance of corner, the block now known as theGaskins' I by which the turtle hud been able 1889. Has Been Our Privilege To Serve The People ,;
brick block. There are to capture Its unsuspecting vic- .
ea. tome:: very interesting incidents In tim. Although crushed out of The prisoners break out of the Of Bradford County Seven Years. We Have
,m Starke Perry, one of Florida's the early history of Starke con- shape by the gator's teeth, the tur- county jail as fast as they are put
te-bellum governors, his moth- nected with the building of whichI tle had lost nohing of he pugnacity in. The board of county commis- Tried Faithfully To Give You The Best Service
belonged to the Starke family of have not space to speak of at peculiar to its kind.-Sept. 13, sioners at their next meeting

C A brother-In-law of Gover- present. About the same time 1887 should Instruct the sheriff to dis- Possible. Our Drug Store Is Complete. Our

,r peny's, Col. Starke, settled in ('58)) Allen Geiger built a store continue its use as a place of con
irion Bounty, which our neigh- house, where the old Hoyt store We have no court house, no Jail I finement. The chances are that Prescription Department Is Above Reproach ;
rag city' of Waldo was named now stands, and sold one to Mrs. no fire protection no competing I the house will be literally torn t
It pr Waldo, who married a Hoyt or Mrs. Dillon, she was at iailiond.nothing but holes in the, down by the inmates in making When In Need Of Anything We Carry Don't ''
|t3ike' and also settled in Marlon that time Mrs. D. built a dwelling sidewalks. Even Council Pond Is' their escapes. Much better it wouldbe
which a thing of the past this dry weather. to turn them loose at once and
>unty now stands on this lot about
Hesitate To Call On Us. We Appreciate Your
I The first building: erected in the 1859. The same year a Mr. Bery- What on earth will become of by so doing save the building.-
IBD of starke was a large andmmodions ham erected a business house us?-June 27, 1890. Feb. 21, 1890. Patronage.

double-log home, built where the large brick livery stable "'.---,-,--,-,-_._____._,_________! I
,. our genial and pleasant fellow-' now stands, also the dwelling house i
I uzen, \Vm. Edwards, Sr? who in now owned by Capt. Burroughs.The .
operation with John Brown, (fa- above facts, now furnishedthe ia j .
etc. erected said writer Wm. Edwards +
er ot i Millons ) by Sr. tl
just on the lot now occupied by and others will be "continued in

01, Darby. Col. John Hodges our next.-May 7, 1887. ,
a

out what this is now time the began new the house erection, and The explosion.In the Telegraph 50c Tek Tooth Brushes _._ ____ ____ 2 for 51c'
A(1 LL
chard & Pace, who by the way office one day last week was not .
Institute about the oldest co-part- so serious as reported. It did not $1.00 Value, 50c Dr. West Tooth Brush t
lirship. in the State, ((33 years) result from a dynamite bomb _
legan the building of the first busies thrown Into our Ink keg by some
house, where their large and enemy, as thought by some, but and 50c Calox Tooth Powder, both for _59c
landsome brick block now stands. originated from some fire crackersIn
the pistol of Mr. Wm. C.
J The little building in which Mr. pocket V "
Barnes, when said gentleman was I 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brush and
iiifurd( Alvarez now has his beef tLr ,
larket In the act of striking a match on _
was the first frame build-
the bottom of his
[gin the place and was erected ontie Aug. 16, 1889. inexpressibles 25c Prophylactic Tooth Powder for__ __ 49c '
lot occupied by Mr. Cole, as 5
| boarding house. It was after-: II
The balloon ascension last Saturday -
aria moved to its present site. !
was a grand affair. Although -
| The next dwelling was erected I the day was windy and the
)John, Brown, wherein Col. Peek ascension a dangerous undertaking -
lm lives. In fact the ,
Col lives
it 6jF.a
made.
yet was successfully
the same building which has! The balloon went up quite a distance Ready to fill 'er up with

j-en renovated and otherwise im- probably 300 feet, when the STANDARD GAS AND OILIT
|io\ecl. since its first construction. CANOVA PHARMACY
aeronaut cut loose and fell to the
SJal'ke 1 remained the terminus ofe ground, the parachute carryinghim II.\S ENERGY ANI PEP AND IT'S EASIER! UN TUB
[ railroad about one year. A safely down. No damage was MOTOK. TRY IT FOR A CHANGE. ATLAS TIRES .\NITt )
age line connecting it with sustained except a few scratches 'BES. ASK ABOl'T OUR GAS !SAVER!' QVIC' 'K-RELI: ,IBLK SERVICE
ameiville. Ocala and other points from falling upon a wife fence.-
,..ulh. This line was owned and Feb. 12, 1892. WASHING ANI> GRE.\

strolled by a Mr. Mason Dibble, $ STARKE, FLORIDA
om. Edwards, Sr. boarded theo Last Monday at least three people DURDEN'S \gSTATION0:
I PHONE 160 TWO REGISTERED DRUGGISTS ON DUTY )
| employed in the erection offit slipped up on the clay pile on
fIrst hotel, which was a very the Call street crossing of Walnut A. A. DCRDEN,

rge double-log, occupying the St.-Sept. 27, 188?. .
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CITY OFFICIALS OF 1887CLERK 4





TREASURER MAYOR MARSHAL CITY ATT'Y \" J


R. L, SPARKMAN B. H. JONES T. A. KNIGHT E. D. WALL J. T. WILLS f 1 t



ALDERMEN''



JOHN C. RICHARD J. M. TRUBY '>* oft TATE POWELL J. M. JOHNS ;J.i. D. L. ALVAREZ i

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Fifty years is a long time. Many things can and do happen in the span of fifty


years. Starke, for instance, has grown from a little town with poorly lighted dirt streets to a ,

modern little city with fine streets and one of the best-lighted business and residential sections ' o/' t


in the state. It has not been an easy job to bring this great change about. Without the 4 '


'wonderful groundwork begun by the men whom we are honoring on this page today, such t l+ 1\

progress would not have been possible. But what they started in such a fine way, succeed- '

'
ing generations have carried on to the ultimate goal-a city delightful to live in, suitable to


rear children in, and profitable to conduct business in. What more could be asked of any ;:'


municipality? I,).

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MARSHAL CITY ATT'Y. '
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T. F. LANDRUM A. L. ALVAREZ M. F. BROWN
CARL JOHNS



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;I iii' Diimioiicl Speciaj! p GREETINGSTo

9I ,-I OurBRADFORD


H COUNTY
I FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS

Aa
JACOBS OFFHRS: AN EXCEPTIONALLY
FINE SELECTION: OF JEWKLHY

WATCHES: CHINA, SILVER: AND GIFT
ONE More Than Twenty Years AgoThe
QUAHTERCARAT ITEMS, BACKED BY A TRULY ENVIABLE

t +, 1 DIAMOND old, reliable Jacksonville business houses represented on this REPUTATION FOR QUALITY AND

'$f h f SIOItU'C page were advertising in the Bradford County Telegraph. The SERVICE.
t # i Ladies' Diamond Ring,tn either mere fact that they are still in business and today are again adver-
ky f I' yellow or white gold mounting tising in this Sixtieth Anniversary Edition of the Telegraph is FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE HAVEA
f with diamonds 6 beautifully matched side 25 ample proof of their ability to please the public. Through thick DIVIDED PAYMENT BUDGET PLAN.
74.
and thin, good times and bad, these places have weathered every WE INVITE YOU TO USE IT. YOU'LL
25c DOWN storm,and any business man will tell you that you've got to be FIND THIS PLAN ESPECIALLY USEFUL
$2.00 A WEEK'J good to pile up the record of continuous service that these firmscan IN MAKING YOUR CHRISTMAS
lay claim to. PURCHASES.

Today, these business houses cordially invite their i Bradford
H' x DUYALJEWELI.;:Co. County friends to visit Jacksonville and keep warm the friend- bsJtekrS'

1I; ,. ships that were begun so many years ago. The same hearty wel- ;
LYNCH BUILDING come, the same spirit of fairness to all, the same fine quality, and
111 MAIN STREET the same economy will be found in these stores today as was en- ... OPEN A('IIlHUCCO'NT
.EE .t,'<:K ()N"II.LE'J joyed by the mothers and fathers of the present generation many J))\'
years ago.
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f'I' I CUNNINGHAM'SFlorida's ] ipALACETHEATRE
FOR LONG OVER A HALF-CENTURY WE HAVE
l BEEN SUPPLYING THE GARDEN AND FARM
4 Oldest Home Owned NEEDS OF HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS IT
I, 1 IS A RECORD OF RELIABILITY THAT IS PROOFIN
NtP -JACKSONVILLETHE
+ 6 2 ITSELF. SO WHEN YOU NEED SEEDS.
I'*! FURNITURE STORE
r COME'TO MARTIN'S. THEN YOU WILL BE
SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE BEST AND ONLY ONLY VAUDEVILLE STAGE
I : THE BEST ... ALL OF PROVEN QUALITY FOR
It'& INVITES : SHOW IN THIS SECTION OF THE
,I.. USE IN THIS SOUTHRN SOIL.
''I STATE EVERY SATURDAY
: > YOUR PATRONAGE S AND
YEARS
WRITE OR CALL FOR SUNDAY.
of Quality and
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f ILLUSTRATED CATALOG
1' Ivl, Select From Our Service OCTOBER 30-31
d Large Stocks Furniture
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..''r b 1 eries, ,Rugs China,,Drap-Ra E .A. Martin Seed Company Jack A. Van Presents

r 1 E dios and Gifts. 202 E. Bay St. JacksonvilleJacksonville's "THE CASINO REVELS"

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GIRLS COMEDY ''
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SINGING AND DANCING

,, BUDGET TERMS
6-BIG HEADLINE ACTS6ON
: TilE SOIEEN._.

t1 JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM, INC.

"MAN WHO CRIED
FOKSYTII AT BKOADJACKSONVILLE WOLF"
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With Lewis Stone.
--"V -Tom Brown-Barbara Reid
A SHOW \VORTII DRIVING MILKS:! TO SFK28tli.
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331 U\IKA ST.

Foremost Ladies' Ready-to-Wear r A
Institution-Serving the Women of Jacksonvilleand Anniversary

OFFICE FURNITURE Florida for Almost a Quarter of a Century..
l We Are Deeply Grateful to Our Countless Patrons SALEIs
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I Who Are Responsible for the Success of THE
OFFICE MACHINESLarge QUALITY SHOP.. JVe Are Proud to Have Serv-
ed You for Nearly 25 years in FASHION,QUALITY Now In Full Swing
and VALUE Leadership. $75,000 STOCK TO BE SOLD

Stock-New and Used '
BEDROOM EXTRA
Cash Registers Adding MachinesTypewritersDesksSafesTables SUITE SPECIAL

Poster Bed Triple Mirror 9 SPITE PC. _DINING China (ROOM.l..i..et.
Vanity Cheat
Buffet Table 6 Chulrs
Chairs, Etc. PHONE 3-3012 PTOI1TB OPTICAL DEPARTMENT $39.28 $88.28 _

DIAMONDSWATCHESSILVERWAREFERRELL INNERSPRING LINOLEUM

MATTRESS RUGS
$2.1.1. Value at a Sale Price RoruYr
Perdue Office 0x12 Size-Ulth
H: $16.95 $4.95.

k; r LIVING ROOM GLIDER
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Furniture Company JEWELRY COMPANY Setter, Club SUITE{ Button $10.05 Value_Retimed. >i
Back 'haiirr For This Sale
ESTABLISHED! 1911 $48.28
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Repairing and Rebuilding $10.88
China And All Jewelry Easy Terms
y, I 11-31 SOt'TH UXfKA ST.I'IIONEISIS E.C.NEWSOMFURNITURE
1 220 MAIN STREETJACKSONVILLE

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KOU TAX J nF.n Iii
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41....<. BIII N.>. i :iNQTK'i 1'..
: IS IIKIIKHY <11\U.V. That' :.r
I* o. pnwplt.; holder of Tnx t'ertlfli'Hln -
No. ;311.: lnNUpil the 61h day of I
THE NAMES8ARE N Auirilnt, A. I'. 19-0, hriH filed aura in "3
SYNONYMOUSSTRAWBERRIES my office end han mnrln application \'.
for a tax .l ltid tu ln !iNmittd. iliorpon.Hald .
q'i
ppltlflpatn emlii' 'acpa 'the followlnir '- !
... "" HiirlliMl. propi'itv( 'In the '1.,
County of Hiadfntd, Stole of Florlilit. "+1
l(>-wlt: ,
All HJ4( of HOlllh"n t QuarterKliKt
: of Uy fi AI-II-H, SiTtlon a2 "'ffi I.
Towimhlp tI "South.' Unnite 22 "
10.1.: containing G Acre's more I !
or IPNH.The \\t
aMHi'Hxmoiit or tin mild property .jJ!'
under the utilil certificate IflMUPd
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J wax In the name. of Unknown.Itntpxa r.I}
i.ii lil certificate. , hall b... ro- Sn
dpiMni'd. accniilliiK I" htn'. 111") "prop.tily ly, ,,
di'tiri'Ihpil Iheipln will be sold .[
to the hlKhPut bidder Hi thn coulthniiMH
I door on thn first Momlav In
tliu l ....nth of Nnvemhpr.> 19.17 which
I ,In the 1st il by nt NoM-inhcr." 1917.: 1;, ,
It.liiUiO 17 -IlJt- ".Y1I 1'i 4 ly September" I''

'I"ICI..I' SMAt.) :
1" A .1 THOMAS. .
t't..rk of Circuit Court ofliraitfuril ..
I .' ('..ulI'Y.' Klurlclnxn 1
1)-t-51.10.29 .. ,
AND -- t '
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'lo: 01* \I'I'I %
I POK 'rat morn; : I. '(
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I < ,.. lull \". Kill ,'
NOTHM:; !"I IS HKKKPIY: : ; IIVl.V I : Thnt ;
M 15 I., .e. hi.lilnr of >,, of '(1'.." tVrliflialu .
I No. -Ii... INNIIIIIH. :-'nil: daY .
.f Hi-I'lPiiilx-r.' A. l I' lMr.!': t I",.. fl ImlHituii ,t'4
ti I Mi inv offlr. and IIIIH mailft, np-
pliiailon' Tor ii tux ilni'tl t" IIP lHmi<.d Ii 1!
I III. finn K.tlil cert ti'.iti. .mltiacpM i'I '!
I I l hit following d.im'rlhi'il \pimiiMty In :I'I
It. (oiiiily' nf Iliiiilfijiil" Slut; of
LAWTEYAT
I ri.rldit. lii.wlf
I Kllhl": Ilillf. of Holltll\MJl Qllfll' '
1q, iif I [ l.t: TtiwilMhlli', Mix Smith. r
llaiiK> 'l'wI'nlv-Tw. 1>:," i ''onlaliiinir : ,
' tupnly BPii'i III.r..r
IP*M.The. (1,
I u "..nninpiit" nf the jwlil prop- .
rely I under Ilia. Hnlil uprttfU-alt'" In* "
Hlll'tl WIIH III Ilitt llfoint) ..r MlH I, \,', (:,
l.ontc
I
HiilpNH mild. cptllflcntp .hnll h.. rn.tlppnipil .
Ever since the day many, many years ago when the first 8."lnK' .to lau., tin* prnpt'lly .
iLiIb.aIher.'h, will ho Holilto ,
strawberry patch planted in Bradford County-large- IhK hlKhfMt bidder nt the court tin
YOUR SERVICE was IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURETo h..,,".* door mi I the flrnt Momlnv In
'the month of Novi-nihfr l'U7: which
ly as an experiment-Lawtey was recognized as the leaderin IK tht Ixt' day of Novonihor, |1917.: .
Hal vit 'thin Siitli iliv lie M'lUfl'ilifr, r
this for this section of the We have 1917lOKFKMAt.:
Whenever visit Lawteyyou industry state. nev- HEAL' )
you A. J. THOMAS,
er relinquished this honor and today Lawtey still has the serve the people of
will find Carradine's reputation for the ability to produce the finest berries on IO-I.c.t'IO-1t )

Lawtey and surrounding .
N..rl4l Oil' '. ..1... KIN (
the market. The of that first lit-
planter strawberry patch KOUr J x Itl.n: :

Drug Store always ready to tle dreamed that he was laying the foundation for the larg- country for more (Create Hill No. 111:1)NATICMIHIIKRIRYfTV1: +. That y'

*' linlitHr I nf Tnx ''er-
in Bradford but that what than 21 In all I fr..I.t'N) :; :>. 'i''i. iNHilpil: thn 7th rtuvof .if
serve est industry County was exactly years. AiiKiiM. A. ... 111\.1.1111":\ fllfil Nnmo"
you. In niv iiffirn unit linn mnitf. nfitillfalion CI
he was doing and soon the hearty berry bushes were thriv- I for a tax d..,.I to hu I"HIIt',1| .-
this time we have triedto thnlt'on. Held i'PI'(tlf li-iiti' enihracei4Ihrt {'

ing in all parts of the county. Lawtey however, early Ihn (followInK'''''''1'' <>f doMt-rMii'il Itradfuld" propHily Stulo, oC In ,
maintain the reputa- florid l. to-wlt
Soul:: h'Iael: Qua it er of Vorth-' )
took the lead the and there still stand I
OUR FILM DEVELOPING in new industry, we I Kant: Quarter HtM'llon. :,11: Tnun I;1,
tion have built nhlli'" II Sou Hi. lliuiK" tn IIiiNt:
today-the recognized center of the strawberry activitiesin we up roiitallllllic> at'lPH IIIOIA. nr UHMThn . .a I
aHHi'HHnient of thn I Halil i>inptrtv

Bradford County. Of course, we have many other attractions for service and satisfac- HiiHd, WIIH tinder In Ihn 11m tin aald 11.N l'.rtlt'.n'of "::113.' .' \VtlHnn In l.* "j

:MET: UITII INSTANTANKOUS: SCCCES! .. ti' i
We could write columns about our thrifty farmers UiiU'itN. Hahl. tart If ti'lifn Hhnll ht rn*
IP FILLED A MNp*
eity d..rlb..1 therohl will 1m HolilIn a'I
our good churches, our peaceful residential streets, I Iho hlK'n1"' hh'.."' (II-I miirlioUNti y
I; \. KNTHfSIXSTS IN THIS SECTION
diior on Ihn IIIHI Miinjuv lit :, .
shaded by beautiful old oak trees but words futile the month uf Novpitihur 1'M7: vhlollIn i1 i1I. ,
are so
FOR (WICK SEIe'U'E1'01)' EXCELLENT Appreciate Your Business And thn let day nf November 1117.rmtptl .

KKSI'LTS. GIVE ('S! A TKI\L. YOl" WILL when a visit here will tell you more in a few hours than we U S7.: .ihln. tsth day or Si-ptcinber." ;"t;,(
(U"'I"Il."Af 8KAI.) )t'i.k

BK PLEASED. could ever hope to convey by writing. Suffice it to say Want More of It I A.' J. THOMAS of Circuit Court of ;ffKcrllxtd -

that we, the business men represented on this page, extend I n.I-6t-L llrndford,,t-it. iotinty. Florida.OK K

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you a hearty welcome to visit and trade Lawtey. :\ .'"'''' Al'l'l."' %'IIIINKOK >.
C rA I H K.I'I: : > .. Y
Xrinitf. HIM ''Ion. Mill 7. C
NOTICK IM IIKIHOIIV: IIIV i.V.: That
T. II I'uwKll, holili-r' of Tax .'....'ltl- 4
CARRADINE'SYOU G. W. ROBERTS rate No. J-'H, IHHIIIM the Kill. clay nCAllKltal. ). ;
. A. II. 192! him fllfil oaiiiB. IIImy tt
WHEN YOU NEED SERVICE ofrli'ii anil 1 bat ni.nln I applu'. at Ion ,.)
for a Is..1.04 to tin lH8tiiil ;th rpun.Halil .
eel "lflratl% cn,|hr......a thn follow.
.
liiMT di'fipl Ihpil iirofipltv In th* ioittiIv "h
Surely, promptly, quickly, of llrudforrt. Htalo of 1".1., , lo- /i",.

and pleasantly ask for it atHarley's wit: ;)
four ai-ipa In S\V Our of NI':ti ,!
GET MORE THAN of MK "nm. at KW ; Run )
Garage. N 13.1 I-0 yard,. then,::"H&I.:iiet- tin
YOU BUY THROUGH GOOD TIMES rly 2111 yard, thptu-ii H HI:' 1.3 4ver4. '
Our expert mechanical workcan In H line of Malil 40, thnnrnW M
ti> hpC. AlMO' H 3 'IIIM'PH of ,MJ
,'" do wonders for the sick- of NM'4 of HIHPiIInn:; 12Towniittlp :I
tt Kolilll. TtllliBA.. 22 \
AND BAD Kant, rnlitajnlnif, 7 ACIVH, More, ..
automobile.
est or I1a.The .
aaHrimment of HIP Mid/ property '
When you drive your under the Malil' cpillflratn, IMHIIPI. '
nan In the name of K. \\'. HhiM'''''u). 1.,
HARLEY'S GARAGE ITiilpfia' Maid' rert luntH. Klulll Ion r.. i:,
automobile into Ed We have served the dni prtv niPil dPiM'rlliril AriMirdlnir thprolnvlll to law. rim lie prop aoldtu i

the hlKhniit hldilpr at the rourfhoui'i ..
ward's modern door on the flrnt Monday In .j..
new the month of Novfinlipr, l'J.17. which
best interests of la the. Int day of Noveinhpr 1917.: '
filling i I I i station. Of growers I"n.:lati thin 19th day of September 'I

AGE IS A TO BE ADMIREDLots QUALITY of this I.
course you get the best section. Thatwe Clark of flrruir County.. rourt Florida.orItradford 'I i.


in gasoline oils etc., io-1-st-io-i .... '.

may continue to do "MI' >..:C..,.. III.."TKH-M %IKK cudS!
of folks are ashamed to adrnif heir age,. but when,' ,,'" II"'.11
also
but you get Not I.'.. ,IM hprpliy trlvi'ti that under. .
it to business houses is tr y'qu lity to: be for and In vrpordanc with that c.r-
comes age so many more yearsis lain final dnrrtiA of fonc>loHiitn' and
prompt and courteous Hal ii-iiilprp l hy lion II t.. Hi.hrlnic.
UN JiidKiv of the clrrnlt. Court of
admired. It proves that customers have tried out a
llraiirmil Cuunty Klorlcl.t. In (Chan
treatment that makesit our sincere wish. rnry. In that certain (.Htixe pending'

place, have found it deserving, and have continued to In ald Jr.t'ourt ailmlnlHlrator whereto' II. of.I. the Alder.man PR.tatn .. .;II f.,.

trade I of 11..1. Alifprtnan d..>rPHHpil.. ,lf,
a pleasure to give it their patronage. That is why we have been Thank You ,plaintiff'. and Kthel(' M. Illw, Kt.AI "
am dpfpndafttn. " No OKA, the

with us. serving the people of Lawtey for so long, and why we iindpmlirnnd appointed bidder Hpnplal for will.l...Manlpr"h.null I In front by to tmkliliicipn thehlirhPNt of .I

the South front door of the Kiaoford. '

will keep on serving them for many years to come. LAWTEY LOADING & County., dnrlnir CnurthniiMtt the legal In lioum Htarkn of Flnr.irlii naln. 'ion ,i

NEXT TIME YOU PASS THIS WAY-STOP Klonday Novemhpr Int, A. ri.f17. r.!
( : Ihn following |irPtnlHt'N nltnaraHradfont )
SHIPPING COMPANYJ. I II' County Klorlila. Ki-wlt: ;l;
One lot In the Town of stark, 1
EDWARDS SERVICE STA. R.R.THEDE being aG. ft Kaat and Wi>nt and.
l.. IIAKKELL Gay ft North and Mouth, hnurid.i "r
i> on North by land of ,Estate ,
of William Andrew ..nl.| | to else ', '..
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Andr. by W. It. (llln" II. on
the Mouth hy Chlirrh St. Wpur
;" hy lend of John ClPnimorift and
North nr land owned In ,
.. IM04 Ivy
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Mr... Y. T. ...... The ahnv. 4P-
,,"...n',; the Mama d;pil.d
June 14, IRII4 hy .,. II Alvarez
and wife to Illllman W. Adima
A''...>. t Int pominpnPlnK at theHouthnajit
INDUSTRY I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE career of the ahovndnarrltMNl

GREETINGS FROM A LEADING ft, thence 'land North running 117 ft,Kant thence U '

West 17 ft. thence South 111: 1-3 ..p
What fine products the Lawtey section is capable of Norlhnajit ft. (hence corner Kaat 3t of ft,the to ahov the*

Although the nature of my naval stores and turpentine producing. dpaorllMfl of DPKlnnlnic land thence, helnir South In tnpoint z
NW\o\( .I HWI or Nee ". *
with I have also had experience in many other parts of Flor- H. It. 12 ......t. Twp
business does not require business dealings many Aim.: One lot /RO ft Hunt: und 1
ida, but choose to make Lawtey my home because Iconsider Went and 45 ft. North ami Houth, it

people in Bradford County, I am glad that it is at least that it is the choicest spot of all. 110'pie bounded_Ave...'. land on nn Weat, North on hy Mant J hv.11.hy MOOID Tent Ft. A. .


located where it is so that I can enjoy associations withso We have the climate, we have the soil, we have the HI.,lands In and Town nn of Houth Htarkn by Florida"IluKan .I j'

believer in the Law brawn, and brains. I.is only I up to us to make Lawteythe N.and.... helnir 2A. Two In C NWof H. It ti HWi Kailt.: of '
firm .
fine citizens. I am a H. K. ''':ItJtYN.,
many the great agricultural! section that it rightfully should KN'tttllT A.; Hiippial* KNIUIITAttornnrii Maxtnr In ('hn nce1'Y, r

section, and sincerely want to see it prosper. be. 111-31_'i-I-U for plaintiff. N f

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J. H. MOORE N.,It.. In hereby NOTIfM-Iveu I that on the
JR. 11th dev ut November A. D 1IJ7.! I ,

W. H. EDWARDS, GROWER & SHIPPER I will jh"r"vouchers llonorahl I and K.final'K. Purryinan. aniioiint .- .Py

Couaty Judge of llradfurd
County, florlda. and petition the
Court to |M< dlwharirPd n. Admlale
trator of the ,-: .
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r I ,' A Georgia paper publishes as I What great fun it must be to live MAN ABOUT TOWN BRADFORD JAIL COULDN'T HOLD left.bald eagle Having that a chime 10 buy ,

I of Marion county in town where they keep the editor [ POLITICIANBy I had been
truth the story a i a WILLIAM LAKE ONETIME ed In the waund
wing, he
Record The Results Of HI* sub
He
I : EDITORIALOF farmer who became satisfied that fat on the good things of the bird for the llluled the
*Y rooM't ,
f he had a tapeworm. So he care- 'land. In such a town an editor Observations house and In the fowl'
fully baited a little fishhook, tieda can have the heart to write and H. E. LAGERGREN of the "dear peepul, from whomhe watched If.(, result

LONG AGO short line to It, swallowed the praise the place, but in an unap- The glad New Year has come During the careless nineties and also had taken up collections for One brrs nlfibt;: one tf ,.? aanie neigh:

,I book, and tied the line to his but- preciative town it I is up hill work again and the Man About Town's the first ten or twelve years of this his own pocket, though ostensiblyfor entered the binnerv, grab

I tonhole. Then he waited for a sure enough.-July 2, 1887. first greeting to the readers of the century a character named William "the cause," and Catts scratched bed the eagle and 1m! It, Willi nut

The fast mall goes by a spinning. bite. By and by he thought he had Telegraph wishes them many returns Lake lived in Starke He began his his name off his list of speakers. long' "before a prolonged 'Oh

Look out boys, she Is dangerous.Jan. one and yanked the line; the hook People are beginning to wonderat of the season. As I mark Florida career as a cancer doctorat Lake's political career took a Lawd! was heard in th 4ltechon

t i' p, S, 1887. I caught In his throat and had to be the long lapse of quiet In town these annual milestones on my Clay Hill, then he moved to tailspin after this. He did some of the thief's, path, IIn,' n, fOlio....

, dug out. He lids catch the worm. of nights. The band has ceased to Journey I feel that even an old fel- Kingsley lake and dispensed his desultory carpenter work in ing morning an 'olr'' Vr|

a fl, And still the street cleaning goes I -Feb. 12, 1887. be and the good people can lie low such as I am-a mere laggardby I services as midwife, muck contractor Starke; but his blocks had settledIn gem'man" waa sitting!: ,? the"I1"1 POrch*

'}'f q I el u on, each end of town Is striving to down to rest with no fear of being the way whose chief delight is carpenter, surveyor, preacher the mud, his sills were weak of his cabin with one'e nearly

The Telegraph to watch the others as they fight and what have 'from his shingles full of out, under lip split,
: ""l 47 out do the other. The mall train from the North aggravated to death by the plain- general adviser dry-rot, in both *
1' ri., Jives at one end, but all the same went through on Sunday a whirling tive sounds of the band in its the battle-has many reasons to you. As at Clay Hill, so also at cracks, and his standing reducedto ear, arm in sling, !; end< With

H t : we will buy out grits In the clean- It Is said that a chicken at- struggle over the National airs remember the bygone years pleas- the lake settlement he wore out his thpt of the biggest liar and boreIn a general appearance or sectiol1,,
; . take warning all.- I is If 'Eighty-six takes along moved to Tem Yet his effrontery and of a slaughter house floor
est end, so tempted to fly across the track a : that make some think somebody antly. welcome; then he town. whUe
I Jan. 15, 1887. block ahead of the train and was killing a yearling somewhere out with him the record of a good ple's Mill and became a parasiteon rawhide never left him He kept his wife was beating the orpae of

I % dr1t caught and run over. The trains of town.-Feb. 17 1888. many faded hopes and sorrows, his Mr. Temple. Political bosses up life with what be could wheedle the eagle with a battling Slick,, lo

If the town council would fill up ought not to be allowed to vun successor comes In with nls young and peanut politics keeping things and blackkmail from politicians, get It tender before 'bitm

p, I the mud holes in the street between through a corporation at such a A little incident happened here hands full of bright promise and fermenting at the time, he got the and when his welcome among them Our -.'

1+ ( r the post office and Mrs. rate of speed.-Feb. 26, 1887. on show day that was not observed pleasant anticipation. bosses to make him county sur- wore out, he lived by hook and of Starke's most enterprising proprietor

t t i+ Hoyt's store, it would help the . ,by many persons, so we will relateIt No young year has ever veyor. He could have done well and crook off home folks and I mammoth !rv gOOds

looks of the town very much.-Jan. Would it not be a good idea to to show we are rated back in looked forward with brighter auguries enough, but, somehow, he again slept in any place he could crawl emporium tablished :Mr. N. J. jme, has ?.

4 ..t 22, 1887. shut up the hogs for a while? Especially i the interior. Two old ladies from or backward with less to regret wore iut his welcome, then movedto into. I his store a and telephone resldmo.lm., between

'I 1 1i' .- till after the winter travel i way back on Water Oak were than'the Infantile '87. Our Starke. Then unsavory things came to He can
+' now measure his
r There has been for some time a is over. A good big fat hog is an 'standing near the corner of our crops have fed the word and the William Lake was well educated, be told about him and complaintsof yard, like his velvets words!. oy the

> 1 3 crazy woman about town and Immediate ornament to any place, but the average -I city market talking, when a cou- product of our Industries are fami- looked highbrowlsh with his pince- various pilferings were lodged buckwheat cakes an. an nave

i't r } vicinity. It Is lIomebody'sbusiness street hog of Starke is a disgrace !ple of our prominent men from liar at the antipodes. The coming nez on his thin Wellingtonlan nose, against him. He faked suicide for likes.-Mai'ch 28. "lun.er" he

4'! to attend her. Why does to the man who owns him. :Lake Butler went dashing by in a year will leave the dead one far be- spoke in an arrogant intonationand sympathy, but fruitlessly, and he 1A90
:i ', n't he do it? To be sure, she Is I buggy. They went directly to the hind and the who lives to
man trays
We would suggest that they were was often taken for "some was arrested and put Into the coun- The earth an.
I 1 harmless, yet if she was sent to the ground up and used to fertilize the I livery stable and stopped in fronta write the record of 1887 will have pumpkin," by those who did not ty jail. The following morning the at an average speed >f i,s ihl .lIn
n
\ ar proper place, very likely In a short new shade trees that were set this moment talking with the men to chronicle the brightest cycle in know him. Those who knew him Telegraph reporter went there, curious a second, or nearly ;'HOOD,. tulles

{ t tl it t q a time she should be sound in mind spring.-March 12, 1887 around, and then drove right in out the industrial history of our coun- averred that he waa "so crookedtill to know how "Bill" would an hour. milEs
it again.-Jan. 29, 1887. of sight of the old ladies, who were "
l ,1 try. he couldn't lie straight. He take it. But he wasn't there!

r yl noticed for some cause watching them. . The citizens of Starke have could lie like Munchausen, was as 1 Where was he? The sheriff, his
l, A little fire that might have A wicked small boy who Mrs. H. nudged her companion and themselves Pecksniff and officials
dis- reason to congratulate big a hypocrite as as i deputies, the jailer, the county
bustle
J, been a serious affair occurred In that a young lady's was out said: "Did you see that?" "See upon the stride and advancement full of brass as Major Hoople. He : the negro prisoners, all
r located the other shouted :
day "
., front of Messrs. Truby & Davis1 I what? "Why, them men in that made in the :
r is of Starke has past year. made! himself so well acquainted were in complete ignorance ofLake's
store on Monday of this week. "Say Miss, your hereafter out I buggy jest drive right up to that More handsome and substantial with county politics till he got on I whereabouts and were unwilling -
,' 'n Several men were sitting on the place-Aug.! 27, 1887. man's house, and fist for spite and 1
erected '
have been ,
buildings the good side of the bosses and to discuss the subject It
'
little bench under the front window I drive right into the house, over
4 t 1 that by home capital, than in any could put the screws onto the small noticeable however that
i was they
t i when a passerby discovered The question of time is a seriousone chairs and all. I alters beam them State double its
other town in the i fry and promises In one directionand I all suffered from of
; a
a small fire under the sidewalk and in Starke. We know several I Starke folks wuz the meanest, is boom for I queer spasm
size. That there a big
threats and blackmail in the Lake had out his
,: i called the attention of others to ladles who went to church last over bearlnest people on earth, but future there Is i one eye-lid. worn
Starke in the near
other, brought him boodle. at the and
It. Before a bucket of water could Sabbath by the correct time and never did I believe it till I seed that for doubt. Business has always welcome even jail -
no reason He let himself be elected of
justice riddance!
j ti be got and poured on, it was quitea were half an hour too soon, also caper." been fair; the orange growers have good
the for this district but
smokers. another who was half an peace ; Sometime later the reporter met
blaze. This is a lesson to party - realized from their golden fruit
r'' ttr If you will smoke be kind hour late. Let us all keep one By the report of the school than there- soon he became accused of favoritism Lake In Jacksonville, and heard
more they anticipated,
'iL t 1I enough for others' sake to blow time and let the people say what it board, published in another col- vigor and con- of taking bribes and of failing I him talk airily about his prominent
by throwing more
to turn in the fines to the
out your match. shall be-Feb. 8, 1889. umn, it will be noticed that our fidence into the culture in political friends, on whom he probably -
1 county for the first time I is to have orange county clerk. sponged. He still wore his WHENEVER\ that tired )relisg,,

a five-month free term of school. Bradford County. During one of Sidney J. Catt's threadbare blue coat, which could .
get you, count on milk to restore
. Our sister city (not In love
t ; ; This is the best step that has been campaigns Lake succeeded in being resist wear better than his wel-
too has ..
but In location) Lawtey, ,
taken by our board of public in- engaged as a stumpspeaKerfor come. "Sorry you have to go back your pep and ghe \nu> the

'' WHEN YOU COME struction in the memory of the taken a step onward and several him. In appearance the two .so soon; or I would have borrowedTallaferro's ned to
fine brick stores are In course of energy you keep going:
Telegraph. Superintendent Hill In- resembled each other so much till, auto and taken you

', TO TOWN forms us that it will take a five The construction in that farms thriving around town. in places where Catts was not per- I. around to see the town," he said. at top speed and e'rnl'i"n"i j'

j mill tax to do this, but what of strawberry known Lake would Major Hoople to the last.
Lawtey are the best ever known, sonally person-
4 to upend the day, there's nothing that? I which accounts for the continued ify him. Catts was one-eyed, and Lake is gone, but In certainqual.ters Pl'REIII.K:
like knowing you'll get he will not soon be forgotten -
broad smiles of the denizens of that Lake would put a "blinker" over FOR YOUR:
I'lio'IF.t'1loOur : I [
\
I: meal doesn for several of additionsand
,,1 home-like Why some public spirited sometimes the
place. I wish success, straw- one eye, over the left
shoot himself you subdivisions laid out
man or somebodyelse that he ,
l H\VE YOU TRIED OUR: berry growers of Lawtey, and may eye, sometimes over the right. This milk meet the most rigid!;
N 9 or get married, or get divorced last to the are so crotchety till they cause
paradox came at notice
this which have intro-
CHICKEN DINNERS? crop you
A or try to put a head on the land owners, surveyors and tax assessors standards for purity and \\h duced Into our county, become a
,, : d'' They have nan us friends and editor, or repair his sidewalk, or to which the soil like Drew Alvarez, Joe Alvarez, much worry. And Starke,
staple
production
r 4t rutttomera all over Bradford stay sober for two days, or planta John Wills, J. W. Hodges and B. Lawtey and Lake Butler each havea somenese.PETERSON'S.
of Bradford is so well
County and the State. tobacco patch, or send us a adapted. H. Jones, to consider the advisa- street that he succeeded in having
The railroad schedule
new
t I sample of his orange wine, straw- bility of such a step. The latteris named for him, to perpetuatehis
x has into effect and four
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Make the Orange; Blossom Cafe berry wine or home-made beer, or gone trains now Starke passenger considered quite a catch, having memory.

:,, f' your choice when you attend I IP1 .-or-well, do something out of the All of them pass embarked in the mercantile biz, he DAIRY
daily stop exceptone
,Z> rf r the Telegraph's 60th. Annl\er- common run of mundane affairs, is now on his way to fortune. A man who lives near Starke
and no one has the to
i ; 1 1'( Mary Celebration and street so we won't have to scratch our- power Man About Town. had chickens stolen from him un-
dance selves baldheaded in the effort to stop this one except Mr. Kelly, the Jan. 8, 1887. til at last only an old rooster was PHONE: 175
railroad official in Brad-
:t t.J get up local news.-March 8, 1889. highest
i ;: ford county. Whenever he takesa
.J ''Hr notion for this lightning train to
We do not with friend J I
agree our stop, all he has to do is to pull out
1, ( Col. Frazee, in the Times-Union,
of his pocket a red kerchief and
ORANGE BLOSSOM CAFE that the city of Starke will fadeas : wave it a few times. The engineer, I PIF-Lj
a rose in the bloom of Sampson
who is on the lookout, discoversthe IKAI
t City. It is hoped that there may
,; MRS. TITl'S OLSEN! Owner-manager settlements at intervalsall signal and Immediately the air- A
spring
up brakes are applied. The train D
the but Starke will
over county, R
stops, the conductor and Mr. Kelly
hold the relation to
always same Ni
whisper to each other a few sec-
} y ""41U don't need to visit Starke and leave without a "regular the people as it now holds. It will onds, the engineer is signalled to
be the center of trade of Bradfordas
E l meal". Economy and good taste meet at our cafe." it remains county, and move on, and before you can turn
long as a N
around she has climbed the grade
Is not to be .
this fact forgotten.June I
and soon disappears in the distance -

14, 1889. "Wonderful that is," remarks .

Mr. Lake, "How the world?


r'' '" "You'll be ahead with a do. move. Starke" like other small Save on tools and implements you'll need

cities, Is Inflicted with her full for fall and winter
repairs. Every tool in r? ,
share of gentlemen of leisure, bet 1. ,
ti ... Mfl !'RN MODE t CHEVROLET!
..:'i: ter known here as bums and loaf- our complete stock is now selling at a bar- . .
.11 I
Iww. t..rs.4 e-. .-WINGHVDPftULIC ers. You can see them congregateevery gain price. Visit our store this week-end.

'' You'll be ahead in style-beauty- day around the depot, about

thirty minutes before the fast mail STRAWBERRY NESCOCIRCULATOR

.....b.,.. e.t"_ smartness-with this bigger-looking/ is due, as thick as buzzards on an S

I rw.di: wca. old dead horse, to watch the route HOES M t
.
,Iuo . ., -=. I t better-looking low-priced carl"Yoo'B agent take the mail off of the mail OIL HEATERS ((3: Burners)
-... r war BRAKES crane going at the rate of thirty- 65c to $1.00 XnE- +

five miles per hour. They are a $26.00
lie ahead tvith CfcewofctT*
a
nuisance to any town and are on-

'-I i.. ___ That' the enthusiastic verdict of ly fit to obstruct the sidewalksand LAWN RAKES American Crude Burning

a"e.---J-1-u-a+. GENUINE more and more people as they see otherwise inconvenience peo- Special t

MW I /steal .. -- KNH ACTION* drive and compare the new 1938 can. ple of business. I understand that 90c''
M'c''a"r ......-
-H And we believe it'will be your verdict, a large number of them have aU Each
cwnu.APITY MASS ready made application to the Auk For Demonstration .< lr
when consider all the
exclusive -
ABOUND) too you V10
Board of Commissioners
County
t:::..-=::; AILSILENTU5TEfl extra value this beautiful new for a berth in their "Pauper Home" Qt. WHITECOMBINETS STANLEY' t4" ; /

rr_' 'w-4'' BODIES I Chevrolet bring to See it at t/
when
.= ......" s' you. your they get that institution in ,
of -,. nearest Chevrolet dealer'-today! full operation. I Screwdrivers 25c'

CHEVROLET MOTOm DIVISION . The grand ball, which no' $1.00 --

U adw.aa Gs.-_of* G..r HMra MM Or mriM doubt you all have heard of, Assorted Length
1 e.w-
_I' ad be.d.. VALVE INHEAOENGINl DETROIT MICHIGAN Christmas evening, was managedby 6" FILES 15c I Ik
.-,.. .___ 15 to 60 WATT
I1 OMtW MMOT In mill.i in Pirn.- ....lUrymiiiiiaC ri a few who imagine themselves '
.' 0
i .OblMraraaea-aM.. .w7r.MACw.J "Gods of Creation," and who think 8" FILES 20c 'f
.. .-. wad' ____ Hygrade Electric a '
19 IN 5I1W'9' .rd d..rrs. - that a success of a ball is unknownIn

t 'o % IUdh-rw, ...&.w cu.u&ld."-'e- FISHER NO DRAFTVENT'LATION t this city, or nearly 2.000 inhabitants HANDLED Lights _______ 15c a
without their :
valuable
ftq eoN armalure Truly Puck is right assistance -: AXES $2 to $2.50 ;/
y
MODUS ONIP _
t'y "What fools we mortals be" There LONG: HANDLE: KING ///
z
was nothing special! at this dance, CROSS CIT .r f'
KOTTON MOPS
I
except good music, charming and

handsome ladies, and four stray SAWS $4 to $8.5016oz.

Church members who became en- _______ 65c

tranced by the unusually good mu- CAST IRON 20-oz. ________ 75c % + ,
sic, forgetting for the moment that

they were in the wrong pew, they BOX HEATERSGOOD
turned themselves over to Satan ASSORTMENT '

and his devils and with the rest of $5.50 to $16.00

the sinners, tripped to light "fan Padlocks 15c-$1.50

tastic toe." "Where ignorance Is SHEET IRON HOT a
bliss this folly to be wise."
BLAST HEATERS

t, $ HE V RO L E Tjj/THE CAR THAT /s COMPLETE business. . The during barrooms the holidays.did a rushing The $1.25 to 2.25 FADA RADIOS

beaming countenances of the genial 1 1938 MODELS p'

at times (time Is when you are 0

setting them up to a big crowd of BROOMS 25c-90c I $20.95 Up ; frj

u'1' .- mugwumps) Hans Austin and
A9 Ofi.ZU "' Look Over These and Other Value In Fine Tool "
iNE SIfMBOt Charlie Sparkman, attest fully to

this fact. The mills of the bar-
BRADFORD HARDWARE '
rooms grind slowly but they grind

exceedingly fine.

i . The prospect of the matrimonial ''VNrH
Torode Chevrolet Co. market the coming year is COMPANY

very flattering. The Taritlo in

1 l l the weather fer the past few days .omf>leU> Hardware Eq.iMn
'" Starke, Florida have caused several young bloods






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OCTOBER! t9, 1087 BBADFOBD COUNTY TKUEOBAra. STABKC>:, FLORIDA PAGE! 8RVCM
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Little Avery Powell, son of Dr. i If all l our business houses In I I Mr. U. D. Miner has at last re- Mr. Geo. W. Adams ha* an old Homer Johns!! Is beyond questionthe Mr. J C. Wills, our popular
Powell Is learning the printer's town would spread printer's ink I I turned from his!! trip to New York. clock that has not run for seven most graceful "skater, in Starke. druggist, has just completed a
LOCALS trade In this office, and he will|, like Mr. T. W. Sweat's New Red I I I He Is hale and hearty, and in timeto years till Tuesday, this week whenit His efforts at skating are altogether piece of furniture that he styles i
soon be so he can set type quite Store, the Telegraph would have a vote for temperanceSept. 17, struck three times, then ran fifteen beyond our power of description. "The multum in parvo Combination -
rapidly- -Aug 6, 1887 boom all the time among the mer- 1877. minutes struck five times and April 28, 1805. Chair." It Is built on the tubular 1

nt' LONG AGO .:..._ __ I chants. But the poor printer has |I _ ___ _*- .- stopped All the clock makers In I -.. --- -- I principle from a flour bar-
Mr B. H. Jones on recoveringfrom no, heart to blow when there is no 1 I The burning of an out building the county cannot start it again. Ml1. N, J. Jones created quite a rel; can be used aa a chair, stepladder
his sickness has concluded centive and nothing to write about : back of Mr. T. A. Knight s resl- June 1, 1898. sensation Monday by placing a washstand cupboard bath- ,
Fred and James Hornsby. of that life Is too lonely and has left Feb. 19, 1887. lImce on Tuesday caused a great ---- ___ .-.- -- man at work to remove the large ,. Ing tub, and when turned up-side!! p
Kingsley Lake, picked and sold the city to look for a partner, one --- ... I alarm and also great fun for the Somo well meaning person has oak tree In front of his store. The down, as a umbrella. It may be
"seven, bushel of fine huckleberries who will nurse him through the The young ladies all sympathize | boys-Oct. 15, 1887. nailed a piece of plank over a holein mayor sent the marshal to protest used aa a churn and, with trun
In our city during the month of trials of this wicked world. The with Mr. J. M. Alvarez for his hurton + the side walk nearly In front of but it seems that the street committee nions!! attached It make' a good torpedo -
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June. Pretty good for lada-July young ladles of this town ought to Monday night and none more I :Mrs, W. E Davis and son, Jack- the bakery. While It stops the of the council had granted gun or ducking stool. If the

16. 1 1887. be ashamed, to let Mr. Jones do I than the lady who did the damage I son left on Tuesday for a visit to hole nicely, it will trip a person ev- I permission for the removal of the seat is taken out, It makes a ternli
-. this. He has always been a ladles' -Aug. 6_, 1887.. A her old home in New York State ery time. On Sunday night in onlya tree and the work went merrily porary safe deposit for a baby.-
Eating melons and bathing: In man, and we fear that his new -- leaving Mr. Davis an orphan for few minutes 6 different persons onward.--Oct. 20, 1893. I Sept. 13 1889.1
KnJgMley, Lake In other words partner will have her hands more Mr. J. c. Wills, Jr. has started the summer-May 14, 1887. tripped In lu88lng.--July 12, 1888. -- +
[ external and Internal applies- than full to keep the ladles from the silk hat craze, and ere long +- - ---fr--,-MMMM "The Stolen Will" tonight at the We can suggest three different /
the devouring him-Aug. 6, 1887. the town will be full of them- does Institute building, benefit town ways for making fortunes here in
cif water are the chief diver- 3 The cross walk over the railroad I Bradford county certainly
Sept. 1887.
ton of the heated term-July 18, Just south of the Commercial Hoi -' feel proud to have the honor of be- fire bell..-April 20, 1892. Starke. The party who will start!! a
Inns -- --- i tel is in serious need of repairs. ing the home of the Republican cannery here Is sure to make a ,
! A colored In The
1887 girl the city has county farm
poor was sold
who
fortune and so will he puts
in the
rail
been i Our excellent mayor better take a candidate for Governor. Col. Ship- The champion splitter
showing strange signs for for its taxes and all
Monday of
without a Is Mr. W. R. Fowler, liv- up a rice mill. The third fortune
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walk In that direction May man has a reputation county
Mr J. O. Alvarez Is always up several days She has spells of Lake Butler, the county seat, was that awaits somebody will be
1887. blemish and should he be elected ing on Sink Hole branch. Between \
the times. He has erected a barking like a dog but does not In the unknown Hit-May 7, 1887. I I. and "
with made operat-
---.0 the next Governor he would fill the sunrise and sunset the other day he by constructing
street! lamp on his corner. This seem to be at all wild. She has -- --.- between
new It Is said that F, R. Morgan position with credit to himself and split 449 rails for Mr. J. M Mur- ing a horse railroad
makes four lamps and Starke vomited bugs and human hair and Master Fred Martin he Is I.
now says slept on the lounge at the post of., the State.-Aug. 10 1888. rhee, and went home aa happy as a Starke and Kingsley Lake.-St'pt.
!la
has quite a city appearance at a great puzzle to our medical the best looking dude in town. 20, 1887.
'ice meet his coon.May 6, 1892.
on Wednesday to -- --- -- -
night .June 11, 1887. men-Oct. 15:, 1887. March :5. 1887. I
brother. By sleeping soundly the I The young folks of the M. E. - --- ,I
-
. . .
---- ------------- ------ first Intimation of the train was Church propose to give a "sheet

------l I the engine bell. Fred Jumped up, and pillow case" party next Fri-
tried to unlock the door with the day night. The ladles will be wrap.
M. O. punch finally got out for ped In sheets and sold to the high- is I ix

I Our Birthday Too getting in the excitement! his suspenders est bidder. The lucky purchaserwill
and shoes. Mr. Barnes also pay for the lunch that he
foreman of the Telegraph office must treat his lady to.Feb.. 1.
I, I Interviewed him at the post office 1889. I4I I bA I R Ilr

next: morning and found him right .
--- ,alelplYlYll
I Four years ago-in November 1933- I side up- -May 12 1887. If the person who stole Professor i i I r'
tl --.- Denton's horned frog will return "
doors in Starke and r IIII "
we opened our Mr. Abe Strickland of Kingsley It at once, no questions will II aura ]:

t since then have enjoyed the fine patronage Luke reports the first ripe water- be aaked. Otherwise he will be i ,hq NIHERv
melon of the season. He cannot arrested and prosecuted for 8tcal-
I and good will of the people of bring it to town as he has!! promised ing.May 31, 1889. 1

this section. From the very first our it to a sick lady, but we can A-- -
I readily believe him, as It Is well Muster Perse Gaskins had the
I goal was immediately recognized-the I known that he always brings the misfortune to have seven teeth 1t

goal of supplying the public with the first melon into Starke-May 28, knocked out of his mouth by a t
1887, horse last Saturday. June 10,
I best in foods at the most reasonable 1892. I In'

price. Mr. A. E. Moltt says that he did +- .
j !
not know that his little baby was a Cattle got Into Walter Wills'

boy till he saw it In the store on Tuesday night through the 1 rt.
and he then went TelegraPh'1 back door and destroyed\ a great t.

and bought a donkey for the \little, many watermelons,-July 15: 1892. pr

SINCE 1859A one-June 23: 1887.. I i.. --- -.-,-., .--...-.-4 1 I I I M, .

A real Jolly, good oid-fashlone'j
Mr. J. Q. Adams, the boss ice
{
wedding took place at the home of
cream man, says that he wants the
Mr. Andrew Crosby last Thursday SINCE
to understand that when
people week The pica folks Indulged t III 1906
the U. S Flag floats in front of i I
rail splitting, while the gentler
his emporium, that he has!! Ice
& P Food Stores Have Successfully folks enjoyed themselves a-quilt. ,
cream on hand to sell, and that he. I
m. In the evening Miss Alice ,
Lived Up To This Ideal always has plenty of It on Monday Crosby and Mr. Ceo. S. Oliver, of

Wednesday. Friday and Saturday.The Duval County, were married Rev. It has been our pleasure to serve the
Red Flag means auction, but ,
Wm. Malphurs officiating.-Dec.

all same are-June Invited 25: to 1887.attend just the 30 1892. + I I people of Starke and Bradford County
-

A. & P. FOOD STOREStarke Mr. B. H. Jon as cleared away A number the annual of Starke foot washing people attended at. with one of the greatest conveniences -
I
the rubbish In front of his store
Swift Creek Primitive Baptist and necessities of modern life
Guess he Is working for the "girls"trade i -
Florida
Church last Sunday among the
Jan. 22, 1887.
number being J. E. Futch Fred C. : fresh ICE. So far nothing has
. . ...... ... .. Scott, James F. Klckllter, Archi- pure it
- - - - - - - - - - - - -- In town I

..... .. .. ..... had Nearly on every new pair young of man shoes Sun- bald Johns, Mr. and Mrs. RItch been advanced take
e- - -'- - - - - - - p - a and and Miss Nannie How- satisfactorily to
family
'':: ___:: ---j, day-Feb, 19 1887. i
ell.Nov.. 15:, 1895.
I +--- .--- the place of real ice.

HARDWARE HARDWARE Mr. E. D. Wall, our handsome G. A. Gardiner made the lucky :
and efficient marshal, has his
guess", in the bean contest for a
hands full looking after the boys handsome parlor lamp at the store : ICE is genuine. No musty r
i but he gets thar just the sama- of Farmer & Enaey. The jar contained I I

\ I II Feb. 19. 1887. 6,083 beans and Mr. Gardiner I ; taste, no drying out of

-Q.-- - guessed 6,087, missing the I

IIx I. i The stores all close at seven actual number by only four-Jan- : I -J'I t..1 l foods, no mechanical break- 4
o'clock to let the clerks go to uary 12, 1900.

.I I Church March :5 S, 1887. -..- -- I ri i downs accompany real ICE.
--- ---.- - Mr A. Z. Adklns of New River, !

Ix I' The marshal Is kept busy clearIng who is at home from college for the Use it for health's sake.
away dead hogs The cholera
I Hummer vacation will speak, by I
> >- Is doing Its work-March :5, 1887. request at the Opera House next I
A
I - Wednesday evening July 11th at 25 Ibs. ._ 15c
=== :>::: Mr. Henderson, our photograph 7:30: o'clock. His subject will be"What n
has a live alligator. He hasit It Takes To I '
ni Make Man.
=' '=' trained so that ii _w"< open Its -July 6, 1900. M 50 Ibs. __ ._ ._25c

=E =IE! mouth March and have Its picture taken.' (II;i 100 Ibs. .. . ,_40c .11 r ri
26 1887. -*., I The removal of hirsute adorTN '
.
>- i -. 1_rents has become. quite a fad with
Morgan Bros. have a new sign I !'ZOns. Dr. E. L. III
Stewart
I I wasn't here I our a "i
am sorry many j I COMPANY
:=
: erected over their newsstand. Fred Dr. J. o. HaylW, JT. 1:. Fran, STARKE i
ICE
I years ago and could have seen men like hall the sign spelled Stationary because Esq., Messrs. N. J. Jolted, J, M. Alvarez Ml

C. A. Knight and A. J. Thomas with I I I he says It refers to him not and J. M. York are among ', ". b
,
i his goods-April e, 1887. the victims of the craze this weak I' +- t W. U WALL" Prop.
their knee pants on and playing aboutin I -June 14, 1895. PHONE 13
Sam Crews la aa handsome a -s
their yard, but any way I am glad I I young man as can be found withIn -f*ft l

am here and have been here 12 years I the limits of our town. He has fb b
beautiful dark hair and eyes The
with hardware needs. I
serving you your young ladles say he Is!! too sweet

May it be our pleasure to con for anything, Mr. Sweat thinks hla t(,
a daisy. He says without Sam

= tinue serving you. xV April he would 9, 1897.have to close up shop- ( :)

> >- I -i'--- .
We were shown by Capt. J. N.
/ ::= Jones, a tooth of some animal, possibly

= ==' a whale. It I I.* nearly 7 Inches -
long and weighs 1 1-2 pounds STANDARDS
solid ivory. It was found by Mr.
John Hall between Rowell sad

> >- Crosby Lakes.!! The captain la goIng .
to lay it away for the Sub-

= Tropical Exposition April 23 .
sr s'! C 'JI 1877. Down through the years We have taken pride in

- performing our. professional duties guided by
Master Carl Knight celebrated 1
I his eleventh birthday. last Thursday i i the finest of personal and professional stand

by giving his little friends a party. ards. Every service 'therefore is
'
More than a dozen couples of pretty f complete in

GASSEI1'x little maids and handsome lit every detail, yet the cost is always reasonable. I

== PATE and tle men a most thronged delightful the Knight time wan home the, Our methods have kept pace with the changing

Florida result. Carl was a gallant little times. This is apparent in the manner in whichour i
Starke
; ;;
:I ; . ; pleasure host and of looked his feminine particularly guests to!the services are conducted, the impressive appointments -

l '= '=' June 21. 189:>. of our chapel and the efficient direction -

.-- - of our staff.
Little Gun.ile Long baa accepted
a position as chief clerk with the
> >- firm of Jones & Heiberger. We

::= are glad! to see the little man go to a
work. Anything is better than a

r lazy boy. All our city boys oughtto
find sum sort 'of employment <<

J L I through the school vacation.May
I
4, 188.8.
.__ . _
-. ..--. ...
-- -- - uj

A home colar: man, a shirtfront DE WITT fY fY7t
HARDWARE C. JONES
HARDWARE ; man and a fruit tree man
'*ers In the city at one time this
week.May 13, 1392. ,
.
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VAOF. riflllT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .FIUD,,}'.
i __ _. -- -- Ct'l'UJIt. ny ,..
11 TO DELINQUENT) It. We have faithfully earned our YES, THIS IS SNOW, AND IT'S IN STARKE AND THE TIME 1899: FOR
I) ,E "' S'U ('IUBEltS money, which Is long overdue, and BIG NEWS VATOtl
$ we want It We must have it, or ....- ''- "
A Word To The WinIt I die like n brave soldier, in the attempt J ifl ." ..:' .<)$11 SHOPPERSGirls'

Sufficient to get It. We have no apologies .-. J'* > .,- "
.
to make In dunning you; we yr 7ir" Mfi' :;: ---
To begin with, we mean buslfss have trusted you, spent the money ,, . $1 45
t tl ; there Is no foolishness about' that honest men have paid us to ..,ti.' DRESS SHOES Up
: ;: ;a supply you with papers and now ,
/lei you swindle MB out of our honest Ladies' Dress, Street and ---
I ;i ::1 OF COURSE |
; ; dues. No, a thousand timesno. SPORT SHOES $195 upMen's
You must pay us, or we will
;, I kl.l STYLES CHANGE dun you we will watch you, we will t ; ,. ra k.., -
: i' DRESS and T -
haunt you, like the ghost of a mur .
c If They Didn't tiered man haunts the vision on the SPORT OXFORDS $Z 95 UpBOYS'
murderer. Yes, we will dun you
lI ,+ ii Think How as long as we inhabit Cod's green -
ii '} I A Tired I We'd earth. If there is anything meaner and GIRLS'OXFORDS

w j O e t Looking than a man who will order his ._ . . _$1 00 Up
,
x 'w At The Same paper' stopped and then not pay i r taeh. .. rq
Old>> I Dresses!<< for it, we will give it up. Ir Ty RED CROSS
:: Year After We have gone to considerable .,,-. .' 95 u-I
Ycur. pains to .secure. the services of an .rw :: w; ._ ., . '" { .t $6.50 SHOES _ _.__ _$4
.. .....,,/ ',. .... ,. '.
accomplished artist and at an .....- . /, > .., . :. : \'
,
-
.Yt'.it.E.-" . < ''' .. .
,
u curly date we will begin to present < '.> -.w. ,{", ," ,-- 1/0.' "i ", "...' " New Improved
.
,
'
i M1 : M ,
t from week to week, good wood cut :...'1rf 1
13 4.r t .. .- '\ : 'f ,<'! $ UU
I pictures of all delinquent subscribes ..... M : K w.1M- "$ : ....""'"' ......"',': G"ff:: "" ,''1i"Q'.""" Natural Bridge SHOES. _ 5 Up
,4 c who have persistently failed to : ". .jf..ox: ailP i fl"'t3m -; J !, ,
/J respond to our earnest appeal for .' __ )I' "1i' 'f4'
# t :
: !
.. 4'M":1 :" ,
I VOGUE BOOT SHOP
There will be need of ,, ., r. .' ..M .. .P.._.'. --.
money. no -. -' "s P ---r' } c.Y,
.p.ra :: .
y''{ :.. .. .
ft '- .....:. y ,;q t ; . '! ..7."t-. ,, I
7t > ;
$ ... .
publishing their names-except' in . .. .. '. ...1', X. '.. ... ...." . > -""' iI' '"..... -,... ....,._....,,:-r-JJf.. 121 W. University Ave.
GainesvilleAND
{ cases where we have fulled to secure ;, .I.. .1. .. '' :'' :. ... 'i : :;',4 ...;r.:. ';;.. . :a l !
ri the pictures of the delinquent,
t We would 't want this picture to get Into any ml'/crtSums': booklets for Bradford County but it probably - -- '';' -
'j, k kf o each will be
as one easily recognized -
I t wuu i 1.s1i 1.s by the excellent likeness. The was token by Hoover Brothers during: the winter of 1SJI9! and there! before' your eyes la the Bar tint
; pictures of those longest in arrears Church before( it was remodelled of courser) and also. before your eyes is. Mayor A. 1.. Vonkiik, all wrap.
f i will appear first in order< and soon ped up like a native of Nome, Alaska. Hoover Broth-rs, however, SlY: it really wusn't very cold. that dry
''Ii until the entire list is exhausted. So; ,perhaps/ the Mayor ;just wanted to Dhow off a new cuut. Anyway, this much snow has never fallen here
i'' There: will-be no exceptions and before or since, and we hope It never does. It wool I make us feel pretty silly if our tourist' friends saw it.
.... I _
-" -
.
'or/ the present there will be no dl- I
' 111 THE IMPORTANT THING IS TO'Ii rtct connection between this por-'
.rult publishing and the regular
$ 81 'Kogues Gallery We will wait
*i]M$ KEEP UP WITH THE STYLE .'or Judge Settle of the U. S. Courtto i

H say what gallery they belong to. .
Oh ye incorrigible delinquents if Aaaiicmore .. PROLONG ITS LIFE
;t ; t Month After Month Year After THESE SUPER-SMART: do not want hardened ,
you your
4i Year, We Lend You Our Valuuhle 'DRESSES countenances gazed upon by hundreds By Using The Best Gasoline And Oil
; Assistance In Aiding You ONLYJACOBS ,
a To Look Your BeAt No Need to of honest men who read this Available To The Public Today
t, y Worry About (hanging Style. paper; if you do not want to facein
\\mt If You Buy Your Clothes At I.98 honest jury of twelve men, you
Jacobs They Will\ Always Be S"i had better read the United States
for betterHEALTH

+ i libR Right. t7P w Postal laws regarding newspapers, GOOD GULFIs
come quickly forward and settle

WONDERFUL VALUE: your Just debts. There is no
r 11 y3, IN LADIES' Homestead law about Uncle Sam.It .

JiEfclIf. Is the money or you go to Albany :MILK lit an energy food. It Is the logical answer to all your problems.
Coats & Suits t to make shoes for old Gero- easily digested and U grand
k% : nlom and his band of savage In- shone or with other food.*. En- Naturally you want the best, and you want

4t !! I A Variety of St}leg .llans. It Is easier to pay $3 or $4 Joy vitamin! the .benefit content of of the fresh valuable milk! the most for your money, and that's what
And Fobrlcs than to buy a ticket to Jacksonville I
when drive into Good Gulf
t with the probability of a free you get you a
I REFRESHINGAND
1{ VERY FINESELECTION ticket' to Albany, N. Y. Don't for ECONOMICAL: filling station.
'1 OF r jet, delinquents that we mean
justness. We You'll enjoy the delirious. flan or
have worked for
to'' . Try our milk.BOTTLEIHEALTH. MAKE IT A HABITTo
stir money and we are going
SHOESFOK have it, or know the reason why.
Feb. 5, 1887. Fill Up Your Tank At The
I'cm1.1.. & .. Out milk Mtaya sweet because
-- -- - ,
l It to handled rleun. Every hot
A moon that l lies; on Its back isnovn tin him my .personal IIu..n. ....Ion.I SIGN OF THE ORANGE DISC.
fill < popularly as a dry moon,
SILVERDIVIDEND lince being- bMvl-shaped, it is said I PETERSON'SDAIRY
to hold water. I
; E. C. PRIEST, Distributor

I i'3I yt ) .PHONE m I

(5htr AutiqitraAa .. .
-- -
t +wj I r BCILO vr; ANKNTIRE
SET OFSILVERWARE (Bifta -
w '1,I Ih t &
\\ITU THE CERTIFICATES
CHOICF TIECE3 OF GLASS.CHIrA. BROOKERand
} YOU Id Idw : EARLY AMERICAN
i f !Y' T.KT$ WITH ECIIIOOI''UC'II.SE & VICTORIAN FURNITURE

f'f (Reasonably Priced)

ASK AtJOUT OUR CHRISTMAS GRAHAMTHE
t"1M GIFT LAY-AWAY PLAN
i NEXT DOOR TO

Auprtitrlt Antique t!ltni" MOST PRODUCTIVE SECTION OF BRADFORD CO.

POST OFFICE
2.)6:; Riverside Ave., Jucksonville

-- -- -
We, the believers jn the Brooker and Graham


'. Sections of Bradford County, make this statement


not in a boastful sense, but as a mere state

ment of fact. We are noted for our "hog and


hominy" farmers and our productive'soil.. A section -

with as many natural advantages as ours has

is bound to prosper. We look forward to'a big


t, BEDROOM SUITES future.
Florence Cabinet

5 jIi LIVING ROOM SUITES RADIOS Renter .

Cooker

ii flMfl DINING ROOM SUITESGet OUR APPRECIATIONI


I 1 I I tun wish to express my appreciation for the fine patronagethat

f Ready for Cold i11111f Jill! has been given me during my first year in Brooker.

jti4 ,III Atr It has indeed been a pleasure to serve you people, and we
Weather iN "
+ : ,,.: hope to continue to merit your good will for many yearsto


BLANKETS come.COMPLETE
LINE OF GROCERIES
fffi. \ ? df "? : ; Gasoline
t and COMFORTS \XW , Oil t General Merchandise

r HARRISON'S

x\w .
t A nice line of wood heaters 1 RROOKER. FLORIDA
TFJM \' \ \ \IN THESE IUTF.USN: BE HAD
t
+ -See Them \\\\ WITH 1 OR 3 nCKNERS. ont

,i PRICES ARE; KIUIIT. SEE THESE General Merchandise COMPLETE SERVICE

UE.TtU'l.s'r: : HEATING. KEEPVOrilSELF Groceries

h ; A I.I. ITEMS, CAN I1H t NKCI'KEII: ON AN1 ,.'.\:\IIL'lar Vie can handle any

Dry Goods Hardware Trouble] You May
01'u EASY: PAYMENT PLAN. WITH ONE OF THESE: FAST 1ItT.INO : -
'f
r STOVE"*. Have In The Automobile
y, t its,, i ih We Appreciate: And.. Solicit Line. Give UsA

h 1 If II I I Your Continued PatrnmiKe Trial.

f I H k HART FURNITURE COMPANY C. B. ROBERTS 1. B. TAYLOR GAnAGE j


. STARKE, FLORIDA I il C.KAHAM.: FLORIDA BKOOKEK. FLORID \


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