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Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02002
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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learned tbatetuhmping'pays. and. isirradaallyfifkine o -iI'C!< 1-
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'into" m\"Voting.-Pre; ThjYollowing, ; :}J 805 acres Ala:alT>i and he is cultivating of.tlrtt, .h i r it'lroaldaeet t litiiitl.ic a ubti'' d The 'otes&4' Ea: ;charitable/act: ;:is "
"tedabio,: Io.with poll llswere'paidi; tJi'.' 85.i'lIe..wbujjrinding'icane.\ : T. o cai : And it z s esys commlttedahouah':it'may: ,.not;be ion':
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,>f TWrict" usy-preacribed.- by Will-Lee,- work-on, streets ___ 3.00 Berksbtie.tHe; reports rood; ..crops."Ward..ia" : ; 7be13ddt &.tfeedgi tarltlwin; to'a e..WreiuJfof; omit own doings.rr ;

11906, 14'.K; Davis,;do.:...:__.___-__ ,2.50 .". C; man':who'literally ; at Lgln F: etmitchstaape The : plegrsFb 'zeportec.: weat: to; '

,, pititaq.as dNear StarkeiPrinting: Co.:-.._.:-: 1.50 does notrputall:? ; hit':'"egirs Into;one a dtlrtt 7Qp lit 9br don Cnow ;is11 with; IM'Iatter'a sritual' .,"-
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&peron; Section ,Total: ,.il-_.,....;;_. ':_:-0_-.-.._., 15.00 a.;good one at" that and 4n 1.-.dditIDn.he: facJHty at d';Wortkh, oft t 'or i :Do'Sik >*< teld tie lntli Tba taw any W._Eoberson;, .pf .rhebi.;; ;;E'ehIIchEnottbeBiptst : ,

?;"nrirabeitvfof. proposed improvements is something of Y'tnerchaa '. JUs'mainsideline. .h 1 t reatidr : Nor,nor""a ( ; ,.as.wehad | b\\ 'oat'

'f or 1916'"weijp; *then'.ably,dis- ; ,',however/-" ; cbi t1d.: : rareovitoa last);'to see the fjil preparation *
*_ ea tfDe.teGt'o 'n: .cussedafter'whiehi.the; t: council 'adjourned eggs;. His .farrir.oomprisirl9Q.ecr! $ ; get.ReXp3dfor! the''eamdemned.'z %cmC., Thwas' a.re; I y -

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entertsbiid1n" :tJaa;ho xeof days :He '1 s;;no'less thanT 500 chic c-; shine?:on jpm/whfli) the preachers'and..'

,th'-. : : : : ens on'the':: jtt+d'xnd"250'oi-theip: era an-asrirtant wtfoutside>and in,front'

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Sli ) bm ; ;.4 ti. ,.Dbei'Joi.. j],thi\r.. ,. '=.. "!. Mr.:Ward lives:eight miles:iron.the .5 .St -Among r bard have;;many.a'fine reref: '.,. .
.NOlthF '" ..r : railroad,and Itelto I draw all hisi:'pnndnce Aia berated!with'the:screams*of the''mad.BaCtfcft"ribaJd -: "
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1916.
PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.
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OFFICER KILLS NEGRO ...... .............1.z .. I
FLORIDA AGAIN INFLUENZA SAID 1/1// / t.t.i .

Prisoner Attacks Policeman Who I Strawberry Refrigerator j! -J
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Shoots in Self Defense. I i ,

: LEADS IN THIS TO SWEEPING | Boxes !t 1.t. ,, ] ,. \ I dIPOPIJL&WM&1IAilc

The Tarpon Springs Leader of yesterday i :(r. ode 11GEORGIA I \ k II I
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w tells of an unfortunate event f '.
; NEWPRODUCTGREAT THROUGH U. S. I. II
which took place Friday night in the Safes, Refrigerators, Mission I
Tarpon Springs jail. George Ellis, a i80111E0IN r :

negro, had been arrested and lockedup J Furniture, Porch Swings etc. I I

a by Night Policeman Mickler for 4 : f BOND IN GEORGIA 1906
INTEREST IS BEING EPIDEMIC REPORTED SER-
being drunk and disorderly. I
BOAT BUILDINGAND; J: 'J./ AGED 6YEARS IN GEORGIA 'I'
SHOWN BY THE GROWERS Later in the night a negro woman a
k IOUS-HEAVY DEATH TOLL IN BONOMasai
offered to put up a cash bond for the Repairing A Specialty : t t BEFORE BOTTLING I
I prisoners release. This was accepted I i J
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-S Forage That Has Promised to Revolutionize and when Officer Mickler openedthe Surgeon General Blue Makes Public [ f{ fIlE FAMOUs t
cell door let : General
the Stock Industry to him out, the negro JobbingJ.B.RONEY i
From Various Sectionsof
Reports
f grabbed a heavy padlock and attacked

T Is Spineless Cactus. him. In fighting the negro off, the the Country. i i ft.toJlfiIASUN( ; MAGAZINE
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-- officer backed into a corner. As the 300ARTICLES-300ILIU5TRK10JB

negro came upon him then, theofficer i jt jti informed of the World's
(By C. H. Freas) R 3 Rog 14 t EEP Prop fc
BROOKSVILLE drew his revolver and shot him WASHINGTON, Jan. 3.Influenzais 4 Kingsley Lake Road Star e. Fit. : \ l'l'I Engineering Mechanics and InventStpf
Nov. 20.A new spreading over the United States : Father and Son aid All the Family. ftmbSg
:- industry has been started at several twice heart,and one the bullet other taking in the effect right in the from coast to coast, in the most serious ......................... W all It classes-Old U the Favorite and Magazine Young-Men la thoaiaadiaT and WoS

points in South Florida that gives and hand. On the second shot arm the I epidemic ever known, taking a JUST 3&CASES IN All OF THIS EXCEPTIOHAI. Cornoipondenu borne throughout are the conitantlf world on Oar UK Foreio wuS

promise of solving the forage problems ,Inegro turned and attempted to run. I I large toll in lives and causing economic r. WHISKEY WE OWN HE ENTIRE LOT for tb-ingi new and interacting and iT5
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the of So You Can
namely propagating Burbank's Written Understaadh
loss by incapaciting workers in all
He reached the far corner of the jail COFFINS CASKETSAnd tfetM p.artm..r (20
Cactus the The SIM Pages) raw
k Spineless wonder forage I where he fell in a heap. The officer walks of life.: Reports from public 1r't4Qts.400 :t Practical HinU for bnop H ork and easy W4ji fctjk
things around the Horn .
k a full line of layman to do *
crop.As notified the coroner Judge J. J. Hope, health service office, made public tonight Amateur M..ha lc. (17 Para) for the BojtUirliwho
far as the writer knows there / like to make things tellihow to Dak Whi
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who summoned the jury at once to by Surgeon General Blue show Undertakers' Supplies lew and Telegraph On tnt Engines, Bout, 8i t had been no serious effort to propa view the that already the disease has created a ICase.iZQts. j'oor Jewelry. Bead Furniture, etc Conttlifttraction
gate Burbank's finished products in body. Always on hand. The best ser- *for the lfechaaic.Camuer and 8ponj u
problem for of the large PI1 YEAH SINSLI
grave many $1.50 COFtn.lt,
The officer exonerated from .
was I
> this State on a large scale until this vice at the lowest prices. Special o_ tr.s rtr ..weelr r dltM e.. .
cities and is spreading to the rural
"' blame by the jury's verdict of self- .. EXPRESS PREPAID San-p*.cepy win b. sent M nlveeL
v present year, when the largest of several ( defense. 'ommuniti__nnn_______ attention to telegraph orders. 1 POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE
nurseries was established by a j I New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, 1! CHICACO

company of Brooksville men, amongst Shoes at Leviton's. Boston, San Francisco, Seattle, Cleveland Regkiered Embalmer 'CHAS.BLUM.
_, whom are J. J. Bell W. A. Fulton I --
i I and Detroit, reported disease as -'
large citrus growers in Hernando ( varieties, mostlyl semi-spineless, are widely prevalent. Cleveland and Detroit {. PO.BOX 2424 )- ff TWICE TOLD TESTIMONY
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County; C. M. Price, president First still receiving prices for their slabsI each have probably 100,000 cas- DeWITT C. JONES J

National Bank, of Brooksville; L. B. .I sufficiently attractive to make feeding es. Of the larger cities Buffalo, Pitts- Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston & Co JACKSONVILLE- Starke People Are Doing All Thq"
t ( Varn and others. These I in a large scale out of the quesion l
men organized burg, Baltimore, San Diego, Dallas Starke Fla. Can For Fellow Sufferers. ::
their company, procuring their as yet. As far as wp could learn only and Mobile reported no signs of an tWrjte: for Special ;
* original start from the Burbank Products I 1 lone grower, and he the leading dairy- epidemic. .J \ -

a Company, which company in man of the State, will begin to feed I There is practically nothing the federal I Starke testimony has been published !

, turn supplied them with the perfected this winter. This man has transplanted [ government can do toward aiding \\1': t1CJney-Savine to prove the merit of Doan's Kidney -

*: product and in consideration there- i j' all of his cuttings until he iow hasa i I in suppression of the epidemic. It I Pills to others in Starke who gof

for receiving a selling contract off the large acreage, very little of it of the j must be dealt! with by local authori- ; fer from bad backs and kidney tits,
"a
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." output of the nursery for a period I I i improved variety. I refer to Hon. ties, and they in turn are almost help- Price i list l Lest any sufferer doubt this evident

. 8t of_five years. I I W. R. Timm. less without co-operation from the .,, I of merit we produce confirmed proofstatements

.*7 Early in the year :air. C. vv. Hahn, I Mr. Timm has made affidavit to his public. Surgeon General Blue said loheFUTURE t from Starke people\ wl
1:1 Southern representative of the Bur- l( tests which show remarkable gains in tonight that he had called for reports t I again endorse Down's Kidney Pills-

'i bank Products Company, operating the quanity: and quality of milk taken from all parts of the country, with j confirm their former testimony. Here

f) J from Tampa, introduced a car of this j I from his cows when fed on ninety pprcent the hope that publicity would tend to is a Starke case:
-., finished product into this State and of cactus and ten percent of I stimulate this co-operation. OF YOUR J. J. Sparkman, carpenter, Madisonave.

:f-0. in the latter part of March several coarse feed of' other kind. During : Statistics on influenpa are difficultto ., Starke, says: "I was annoyed ly'

nurseries had been started, notwithstanding many monts forage in California, as ; obtain, because the disease is not BUSINESS weakness of my kidneys and had to
l.ft": : the fact that there had bpen in Florida, is a scarce article and it is j I classed as "reportable" in many cities. HANGS a 1 pass the kidney secretions too fre-

:; :' adverse reports made in a general wayas I to fill this need that Mr. Timm this Consequently most cf the public health quently. My back was weak and lame

fr.-i. to the successful propagation of winter will begin* feeding cactus on a I I I officials were obliged to send in infor- 1 and I had pains across my loins I
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'; the crop in Florida, rcaiy being under large scale. I mation based to some extent on their URi < used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
, ,\ the impression that cactus could not Claus Spreckles, the sugar king, j personal observations. helped me wonderfully. (Statement
..:!' 5' stand our rainy seasons. To all such also of California, has planted a large !j i Some of the dispatches were sum- a u : IRE given March 10, 1910.)

; the Brooksville company can say that acreage of the fruiting varieties ev- marized by Surgeon General Blue as Over Four Years Later
' J their doubts on this score may be discarded -:| id&ntly with the intention of propagating -',. follows: oy ,
if. 1 it for From tests made I j I Mr. Sparkman said: "You may keep
for the slabs not only made sugar. Memphis-Estimated 7,000 to 8,000 I
tJ j it has been demonstrated that the : on using my name praising Doan'eKidney
: splendid growth during the summer I cases, but outbreak declining repidly. Fyt' '
&....4 months, but new slabs may be cut fruit of the improved varieties of theBurbank's J i I II New Orleans-There were sixty-six\ 1 I Pills as my high opinion of
.. 1 I them has not changed. I still take
.) and transplanted during that period. cactus, yield as high as 'j deaths from influenza in December, 11 medicine
this
Had the Brooksville company disregarded fourteen percent of sugar. 'I in November. 1 j occasionally as a pre-
t the doubting Thomases in this In the parlier period of investigation Sa\innah-Prevalent. iJe R. DAVIS & CO. e I venue: and get good results."

!!-.Ii.t' matter we would have transplantedall one grower in California wrote us I :\Iobile-influenz'" not epidemic. 2 Piice 50; cents at all dealers. Don'tlimp

'/ .. of our new cuttings in July, there- that he had a customer near Los deaths in December. STARKE, FLA. v ak for a kidney remedy-eetDoai
' ,.. |J.... having several thousand more slabs Angeles who began on a small scale Dallas-influenza not epidemic. To Drive Out Malaria 's Kidney Pills-the same that

.; ,' than we now possess. I seven years ago, who last spring re- Moderate number of cases. And Build Up The SystemTake Mr. Sparkman had. oster-Milburn

,'t- I5cffin'g: with about an acre, we fu=fd an offer of $15.000 for the result Norfolk-influein prevtlen. P.v i- FREE FLOWER\ SEEDS I TASTELESS the Old chill Standard TOXIC. GROVE'S Co. Props., Buffalo, f' Y. (12)

't planted five varieties the latter part rt crop. While there in September nonia not increased. I what You know
are the
you taking as formula is
r....i:cr i' of March of this year, four of which the writer visited the grower referred -!j Wilmington X. C.-Abcut eighty Hastings Catalogue Tells You Ail l ,, printed on every label, showing it is I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day*
have made good with a big G. The to and learned.that this state- .cases:: mild form ; Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. ; Year druggist will refund money if PAZO '
:\-tt other variety has made more slabs ment was not only true but the grower !'! New Ycrk-Disease widely spread. About Them : The Quinine drives out malaria, the i OINTMENT fails to cure any case of luting,
\$ :Fj. but they have not attained the desired had refused an offer of $19,000 for Marked increase in pneumonia mortality Iron builds up *Jie system 50 can t' j The Blind.: ....Bleeding- or Protruding Piles in toll days
' No topluatifri Else and R.ct Etc.
matter whether: farm "ivei
size for transplanting. As regards the his crop. I also in piortlaity of persons over you or only -- --- ---

: four varieties, namely, Improved We found him cutting an order for 65. Health department sending out plant vegetables; or flowers in a small lot' I iii -- "'- -- -- .- ::2
Fresno, the best forage variety and 5,000 slabs that he had sold to a com- warnings. you need Hastings 1910 Catalogue.It .

;! the White, Yellow and Crimson fruiting -, pany in the neighborhood and he I Chicago-Last week there were fif. is filled (!03 pte3) from: cover t->

; varieties, we are no longer in stated that two |larger orders appeared |Ity-seven deaths from influenza: thirty cover with useful f-rni and: garden: broWII :-- 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
:-'. doubt. j Ion his bocks; one of 150,000 slabs for j i: deaths the week before. There were tion. o o 0G

; 1- Starting in March with 700 Improved a Texas firm. j:1 I.UO cases of pneumonia in December It tell; of seeds of kind and quality th-.t ; o g
. Fresno, and 100 each of the three This grower, who lives twenty miles with f o
66 deaths, of which 210 occurred cant buy from 0
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merchant
you
"r fruiting, we have increased our nursery from Los Angeles had nine acres ': in the last four days. your : or o N ails.
1!;,.; from one acre to about five acres mostly of the earlier varieties, on j I San Francisco-Epidemic of influ- druggist, seeds that cyst no more butgive o o I

J t; on which there are now growing 5,400 which he estimated there were 400,000 enza widespread and severe. Reported. you real satisfaction and a real gar o : .
slabs. slabs. He had the of o ,
purchased plot
I I I as the most severe experienced since I den.It o '"
From the 700 forage we cut 1,560 ground from a company that had 1891. tells how every customer can get al>- o 0 0

'\ new slabs, leaving more than an averx' .' equipped and sold most of the tract I j.i Philadelphia-Influenza epidemic solutely free five packets of easily grown, o o ,' ,' 0

+, age of two new slabs to the first for citrus groves. He paid $125 per.here In five weeks, ending December let showy and beautiful flowers. o o 0 0

, >tt: growth on the mother plant. I. acre for his land while those about I) 31, 141 deaths, of which 72 occur- Hastings is both the best and largest o 0
'ff-k! From the 300 him who developed groves paid $200 o 0
fruiting varieties we red the last week. During December seed Lrm in the South, the firm that 0
; ':t.: cut 720 slabs, leaving the same proportion per acre for their land and $80 per 881 cases pneumonia. Deaths from should buy seeds from. only $ HOWDY! Howdy Howdy-! g
: you
i of first maturing slabs on the acre in addition for irrigation rights. pneumonia the last week were 284. g
M.. mother plant. I I II The cactus man stated to the writer Cle\'eland-Epidemic began Decem- When you plant Hastings Seeds, you g l what a grand chorus o

k Figuring conservatively! our 5,400 and others present, that he would not her 10: widespread since December 20. meet "Good Garden Luck" more than arises from the kegs of little nails g

h'\1: slabs will each produce an average of exchange his nine acres of cactus for[ Probably 100,000 cases. Pneumonia half way. Write today for their big 1916! g and big nails, thin nails and fat go
: three all the citrus groves in that neighbor- Catalogue It is free. A g
"; 1''' new ones for the coming period, present. postal card request -
which give hood. He is a chemist of note and is I I Detroit Epidemic will it. H.C. 0 nails iron nails and wire nails 0o
will| us over 20,000 slabs general esti- bring HASTINGS Co, g ; ; g
. for the first year from a start of 1,000 now collaborating: with Government mated at 100,000 cases. Hospitals all Atlanta, Ca.-(Ad\t.) that fill one corner of our place! o g

'ot\ Had we known that thp new slabs officials in testing the by-products of crowded. Twenty-five deaths during --- ---- g A regular nail o
symphony forsooth.
4:t ? which matured in July could have been improved cactus. I December. g

:.ai.. cut and planted in the rainy: season | It was not feeding time when we ; Boston-Influenza epidemic, pneumonia o 5 It's nail time now. Come in and g
were at his place but-he cut some cactus :, Get Our Free Catalog g
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i and fed it to his in Ask Our Advice personally. Meet g
x our first | pigs ourI Seattle-Influenza Freely j g
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year's crop by at reported epidemic I '
'; least 5,000 more slabs. I presence. The porkers "went for it" throughout state, including Seattle: "*. '1 .t 'tf!tR R' 11 TU'Ie hook d<,.''T.<.'.n to,.moot. rrm. g us. We're not a bad sort and we.do g
I".t t of | i lia 1 11
?k As it was, we paid heed to the doubting I instar.ter, each one receiving a piece moderately severe type. School partially '1 ;+.!up ill,to ,r {'''?.,( .ill iif 0 / business: absolutely on the oo
fought off the others :".....--, :J"t!, ..II I '-i nlr rn. '
successfully. .. r. .
Thomases and did not cut any depopulated in many places.; Increase I far, I' t.'n... "f 'I "twai 0
The in California have i J:. ::,r.J ." I .. : .. .0' '.,.0.1 o square. Nail that in your hat
i growers no
new slabs until the present month: I of 15 per cent in deaths from }"",;I f i 'HIII. 11' cal, i..ptou. g
nursery as well as a thorough investigation cdubt as to the food values of spine- all causes in Seattle during December. '/- reh: w floral Palm Nurseries o 0
f'ay' the less cactus: and Mr. Burbank states Influenza factor, i .. pros fur'to" t 0
regarding many varietiesof ; a together with complications tli. g -r
j over his own signature that it is equal I \ Il' ": .ur'I, ; : \l V
cactus, places us in a position to chiefly pneumonia. Y] r.: 1I' a na'vl g
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'ito ensilage for cattle and hogs and 1 r'.I.tlllh .tllfll'. I', 1..t'R .
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advise citizens of Florida thrt there j Los Angeles-Extended epidemic of help NI I" l "I' 0
I means t othe farmer of the sub- :.eudl<>rcIlIIuauolll"lu.'rl.u.
are'tAiany kinds in this Strte, California more influenza of moderate severity began t
and ether States, but that we can j trcpics than any other forage. I I about two months ago and not dimin- Reasoner Bros. I
vouch for none but strictly Bui-bank's I Florida has greater need of such a 'I ished.i i Ray.l Palm Nuricrirt Starke

latest improved varieties that were crop than any other state, and since ;i San Diego-Few cases of influenza 34' .Btudtl Ate. OeueFh. Hardware CoY

it seems to thrive on any kind of reported .
perfected in the past three years and I I II recently.BaltimoreFive
Florida soil, not covered with water, I I .
Guaranteed to be absolutely spineless I I deaths from influ-

: When the proposition to start a nursery unlimited.In the opportunity. for growing here is enza last week. Influenza not report- ,, + + + + ofI + + + + + + + + + + +

: at Brooksville was under consideration I I able. + + f, Y
the writer got in correspondence the matter of tonnage per acre Pittsl.urg-h-\Iild epidemic reported. + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + bti
with leading cactus men in it has no competitor and it may be cut ''I Buffalo-Influenza not epidemic. + +

California with the result that the from the field and fed any day in the death in December. I'I + New time table takes effect +

. claims made by Mr. Hahn were founded year. No costly silo and expensive I! St. Louis-Influenza not prevalent + 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 1916. + L. reHigher

upon fact and the result and investigation process in preparation, no housing in here. j + Trains will arrive in Starke as +
k has proven more than his sheds or barns ar.d no curing. I I Portland, Me.-Some scattered cas- + follows: + in Price-Sometimes

a While visiting the Expositions in Cal- j In the language of one California es. |i + --- + !

= ifornia in September the writer visited grower: it is ensilage done up in packages I j'I I Portland, Oreo epidemic; a few '!' + Jacksonville to Tampa + Higher irt Quality -Always

I prominent cactus growers : and ready for use 365 days in the severe cases. 'I + Xo. 1 -------------11:14 p. m.Xo. + /ill

. t throughout the State, including the year. I Louisville-Health officer reported + 3 ------------_11:15 a. m. +

r. -bank Nursery where spineless cac- | Mr. Chas. Moon, acting as general prcbably greater prevalence of influenza -, + Xo. 9 (Limited) ---_10:34 a. m. + RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about
tus was developed. At the latter manager: of the Burbank Products Co., than in other years. Figure not + + 'FAVORITE

-k 'lac.e we received confirmation that recently come to Florida to look into available. + Jacksonville to Cedar Key + FERTILIZERS "

" Imnroved Fresno is the-best all| round this new field and is greatly! elated Proyidence, R. I.-Influenza preva + ,Xo. 15 --__________ 5:04 p. m. oIL They know and can testily as to THEm

forage variety as it is ha'tdier: more over the wonderful showing the improved lent. + + QUALITY

: prolific and reliable than others, as product has made within the I) Cairo, 111.-Probably 500 cases of i + Tampa to Jacksonville + THEIR SOLUBILITY, LASTING

,j well as being an abundant fruiter. short time it has been, introduced in influenza. + Xo. 2 --___:..____ 4:55 a. m. + ftUAUnESvand '
.. GENERAL, ADAPTABHOTI
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From a nursery standpoint we learned this state. I Xo. 4 3:41 p. m. +

that Florida now has more of the improved I I It is with great satisfaction that we Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Most + No. 10 (Limited)___ 5:54 p. m. + ,, to PLORIDA.SOn$
'+ ... ,
S' product under than California -- r :r
. way can now look forward with assured Effectual"I + ; faciel Formala
a greatly due to the activp eff confidence that Florida will soon not have + Cedar Key to Jacksonville + lot All nQriirtTote

orts of the Burbank Products Companyand only be looked upon as the greatest of Chamberlain's taken a great many bottles + Xo. 14 --___________ 9:24 a. m. + f WRITE -FOR QUOTATIONS vf
' Cough + ,
Remedy
there is a grand scramble on i in producing state for this much needed and -- + t'
Y California to started in the I every time it has cured me. I have + Wannee Trains
varieties
get product: for stock feeding purposes found it + AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL
most effectual for +
perfected two or three years ago. bet from the quality standpoint will l ing a hack No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. + KSEOIODES
f
cough and for
We also learned by being on the be the center of the nursery output for I it colds. After taking + Xo. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. +
Around that all of the California pro- the Southern States and South American a cough always disappears," writes + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. +
J. R. Moore T,0st INDEPENDENT
I Valley Ga. Obtain- + j
pagators who started with the earliest countries. able + Y FERTILIZER Ctx
..-e"erywh..re.i.F + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 Jacksonville. Fla.


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1916. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE :

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n = STATEMENT OF PEARL WHITE. ..,- --.---- -smo'i .

LIVE STATE (NEWsl '

"White folks and colored folks: you r < p" 4- 1
see where I am at now, and whiskey ,
was the cause of all of this, and if r I '

Things That Are Happening Al Over Florida had listened to our deputy sheriff, and You ve hit the
other white folks my neck would have l

g As Told By Our ExchngesPENSACOLA been broke before now. The deputy 4
sheriff over there (I sold whiskey for light tobacco

C 1:10. .01:10.--- .0ClO.. OVA--v n him) says he warned me of my rights, ,
"AOa:
which ior which he did not." ,
Two
steamers quality : r road ,4
recently cleared from this port carried enough it uJd surfacing work I, L. Sapp being duly sworn, do say I

between them over 3,500,000 feet of the roads Lee seem to surface all upon my oath, that the foregoing is when you fire-up some I

lumb -. This is the largest shipment some. The q ntity of County rock' and then to the best of my knowledge,. the Prince Albert in VI
from this ,port for the month of .Del ed may be encounter_ statement of Pearl White, which he your
: cember. stated that ijich r!:l the ed' when it iwith .made just prior to his death on the old jimmy pipe or in amakin's

established i the grade already scaffold Friday, December 31, 1915. So
: is said to b I several! weeks' work far as the statement refers to me, it cigarette. And ;,,h.
_ PLANT CITY.-The first three. most t j i
entirely of rock, is entirely false; he did not at any know it Can't
several
t weeks of the strawberry shipping sea- to ,iles Of it still on ahead time sell whiskey for me, and further- you get ? %;%
" son resulted in total shipments of 2,- go throug in Copyright 1JU by 'I '
. more, I twice warned him: of his wrong with P. A. for it B J Reynold*
401 quarts of berries, for which the< rights-once in the Tobacco Caspreadsmokesunshine j .
presence of J. S.
growers received 1754.10 net. The KEY WETh E H. Cato McCormick. is made right; made to

movement is getting fairly under way. factory at t place, which: employed cigar L. SAPP. (Seal) '_ Y -

more' than fi hundred persons, was State of Florida, Bradford County- f i .

; ARES.-One of Lake county's; destroyed by re Friday night which Sworn to and subscribed before me among men who have ( !, !

features at the South Florida fair to the crigmated frji an unknown cause'in this the 4th day 6f January, A. D. suffered with scorched ; I1 I! f
tip
rear of i
be held in the near future in Tampa, t 1"' factory. The flames 1916. J. C. BYRD.

will be a "natal hay palace." Natal for a .time hlatened. a large part of Notary Public State of Florida. tongues and parched / I :

hay growing rapidly increasing ir the city mm residences being destroyed My commission expires Dec. 6, 1916. '.
, popularity in that county, and the beforjhey were checked. No (SEAL) throats I The patented I ::

: growers are hainggoreat success bothin estimate of thiloss could be obtained, I, J. S. McCormick, being duly sworn process fixes th Aat-an d Q I / ;'f i !
producing and marketing of the officials I of thtcigar company saying do say upon my oath that I went withL. It's an easy job l '

product. they ware untfe to make any state- Sapp to carry Pearl White to jail cuts out bite and parch. tochangetheshape and I!

ment. Soldier and sailors from the and did hear L. Sapp warn Pearl colorofunasl4blcbrandab I
JACKSONVILLE. rousing military and fcval stations rendered White of his rights as above stated All day long you'll I Albert tidy; red e tin, but Gt, !t ,>
a
valuable aid Checking by )Ir. it it i.-rposufc/tf to imitate -
meeting in this city Monday night oi I the fire. Sapp.j. how glad you are you re the flavor! cf Prince l i
s. MCCORMICK. Seal. Albert tobacco! The 1
( )
last week a branch of the National ;
'
with ratontcdprccc:
Security League was formed in this FT. LAUD .DALE.-An unfor- State of Florida, Bradford County- pals that! ;;
tunate acciden and Sworn to and subscribed before me a t 's
city, with General Cromwell Gibbonsas one probably absolutely -
l unprealented this the 4th day of January, A. D.
permanent chairman. Addresseswere in the annalsof
made by a number of prominent aviation occ:red to the Hon. F. C IMG- J. C. BYRD. i
Jacksonville citizens. The National: G. Eden's air bat. Mr. Eden after Notary Public, State of Florida. FRINGE ALBERT

Security League stands for military making a flightwith a passenger lit My Commission expires Dec. 6, 1916. .1

preparedness along all lines. on the water ad was steering for his We, the undersigned citizens of Rai-
slide when a lazich ran into him on ford, have known L. Sapp for several

T.UIPA.-The big cattlemen's con- the starboard sie and cut a terrible years, and are convinced by our knowl- .the national joy smoke
gash in the thijquarter-inch mahogany edge of his character and conduct i .
ference which has been planned by I'
planking. Tk that he is entirely innocent of the
airship at fill- accusation -
once
g
the Southern Development Organization -
You take this
testimony straight from the shoulder
ed with water'but was towed into against him made by Pearl ,men.
held this in Febru-
be in city
ary ,during to the South Florida fair in shore till she gounded, when about White just prior to his death on the You can smoke a barrel of P.A.without a kick! It hands -'a RE.r'' ;

this city, is rapidly getting into shapeas fifty men and bfj's out of the large scaffold, Friday, December 31st, 1915.J. out all the tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed co't
crowd cf J. Farrelly, E. X. Folsom J. W.
spectilors tailed to ,
far as ,the preliminaries are concerned on a about it's smooth and It's ,
so cheer-
friendly. a mighty .
Nichols, Louis !
and cattlemen from rope and pulled hr up on the bank. Reynolds, R. H. Weaver .."erywnere tobacco !. toljyou'll
,
many T. B. Rosier, J. H. Dowling, J. E. fill thing to be on talking-terms with your pipe and your find Prince Albertcwoiting "
both the North and South are expected -
Dowling, C. H. Hunter, S. T. Dowling, tongue at the tIme-but that's what's your che.dullllat. 1
to be in attendance.ST. MACCLEXXYr-A most peculiar same comingto L1.uyitin loppy red bag,5c;
H. W. Raiford, J. G. Ritch, A. W. tidy red tint. lOcI haniitomapound
'
and fatal acciderf happened here on Burney, K. P. West, J. H. Denmark, you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Albert! and ,. oundhumi- .1
Christmas day wan! "Old Uncle Jim fort-anJ-in that classypound
ACGUSTINE-Governor Tram- the A. D. Andrews, John Morrell, L. B. cryital-ilait humidor "
mell has notified the officials of the a street slave by time a movhj dart, was picture struck signboardand on Ritch, J. C. Byrd J. S. McCormick, A. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C. ark ping aacce fit top t fJ

East Coast Canal Company that un- killed. The \walking L. Crews; A. J. Lucas E. D. Rowe, 1
less the East Coast canal is openedto negro was W. L. Overstreet, W. H. Andrews, J. ...
down
the main sheet
during a severe ..
traffic immediately the state will C. Jones T. B. Handley, W. M. Whiten .. l
Ihenyou ,
wind storm about loon, and when opposite -- __ __ _. ---t-- -
initiate legal proceedings for the pur B. D. Kelly, S. H. Moore, D. C.
the the
wind
pose of requiring a proper mainte- moving picture garage rignboard picked that was upa Cason, J. Ed. Byrd, J. L. Whitten, W. wan I
nance of the canal. The canal has been W. Farnell, M. D., H. L. Green.
laying flat en the sidewalk, turned it VISITING CARDS'
closed at certain points on account of
over two or three times, the board 'SEEDS'1'KNOWN
sandbars. striking the negro in the pit of the A WEDDING INVITATIONSvSTATIOKERY I

stomach, knocking down. He was REMEMBERYhen FOR QUALITY i
KISSIMMEE.-Kissimmee is get- picked up by those standing near and j

ting quite excited'over the prospectof carried to the homeom Elias Thomas, Pe We carry all the leading varieties raising potatoes in such quantities with whom he had been working for ; a of t .'

-as to rival Hastings. A recent article years. He suffered great pain duringthe ; FARM, FIELD & GARDEN
in the Farmer and Homeseekerseems night and died early the nextmorning. SEED Bradford County Telegraph
to have stirred up the growersof I'I f/I1
this neighborhood and, having met that hare been tested and are
}last known to be t'fA
especially
season, they -
with some success

are little determined stronger.OCALA.The to. go into the businessa GREEN Green Cove COVE Springs-Among Wednesday the visitorsto of You f all adapted soil and to climate.Florida srU AICOUR '&: O: :.o lsv[I le lj:: -

last week were Messrs. Walter and RATED .
AtOur ell.MANUFACTURING
Conner Bryson and J. N. Meeks, of I pGRAVERjS, _
Ocala Knitting :\1illl Jacksonville. These gentlemen are Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality.- I

has on its books now from Clift & connected with the J. B. McCrary Co., Drugstore rJ Poultry Feed Supplies, In-

Goodrich, of New York City, approx- of Atlanta. who have the contract to cubators, Etc. Conkey's and
imately $50,000 worth of orders for build the hard road along the river
The factory has Mr. Robert H. Norris Xo. 1C33 Her.- Pratt's Remedies. '
:
knitted underwear. front from the Duval to the Putnam
North Cal., write. .
I ry St. Berkeley
recently taken on several other large i county line. They assured us that the "We have never had any other medi tt, wk ,y o :4J
orders, besides those mentioned in this :I work would positively be started next cine but Peruna In our home since \\"; Write for weekly price list
them one for 4,000 doz- force of hands wouldbe have been married. I suffered with .
paper, pmong I I Monday, a large Kidney and bladder trouble but twomonths and catalogue.E. .
en garments, and two orders for 2500 put on the job and it would be treatment with Peruna math: 1 ;

each, 'which brings the total of orderson pushed forward as rapidly as possible.This me a well and strong man. 3Iy wit'
hand to about 25,000 dozen. will be good news to our peoplein felt weak and was easily tired anu
also troubled with various pains, CO.
was A. MARTIN SEED ,
and to automobile ownersin
general
but since she took Peruna she Is wen
I The have 206 East Bay Street, I
PENSACOLA.-A Pensacola man particular. contractors and strong."
and wife celebrated the twenty-first we believej, three hundred days in Jacksonville, Florida. "

anniversary of their marriage which to complete the work. Work /

mas day by adopting two Christ-I I will be begun at Orange Park.C. Bad Habits. Q
Those who breakfast at eight o'clockor
old. The lads were \
twins, eight years ..
H. BISHOP GOES TO BRADFORD
secured through the Children's Home later, lunch at twelve and have din- --I % -
Society of Florida and their new homeis COUNTY ner at six are almost certain to be + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .-'!

to provide them with such lovingcare troubled: with indigestion. They do + +

have known before. who has Hast- not allow time for one meal to digest + 4
as they never C. H. Bishop, been in I
The society has many other children ings for some considerable time, has before taking another. Not less than : 4 .
who are homeless and needy. decided to try his luck in the neigh- five hours should elapse between I FOR SALE 4
meals. If troubled with indigestion +
-
I are
you 4
in r
borhood of Graham Bradford coun- BURBANK : _
correct your habits and take I
the + 4
TALLATASSEE.-The Florida Supreme ty. Mr. Bishop does-not think
I (rhni iberlain'b Tablet3! mill l you may + 40 and Lake 4
court has just rendered an opin- element of luck enters into the proposed acres on Lawtey
i I reasonably hope for a quick recovery. + Butler road 3 miles west of +I
ion that the Salt Water Fish Law is I change at all, but on the contrary These tablets strengthen the stomacn SPINELESS CACTUS
it certain that he will meet + Lawtey. +
constitutional inasmuch as provides seems very
its functions
ar.d enable it to perform
I I +
+
much larger degree of successin
for the collection of an alien or non- with a
resident tax of ,$10 for taking oysters j his new location than he did while naturally. Obtainable everjwhpre. + 25 acres on Lawtey and Highland 4 IMPROVED "FRESNO" \

", from the public bars of the state. I here. He intends to go into the potato + road, "National Highway." + The Wonder Forage For Cattle, Hogs Poultry! a

The question arose as to whether the raising game, and will plant 30 + One-half mile north of depot. +
title of salt water fishing would cover I acres with the tuber, besides having ++*++ 11111++++++...11 ++++* + $600 cash or terms. + : FRUITING VARIETIES F

oystering. By this decision the Su- an interest in a packing and grading + + Producing Most Delicious Fruit For Table Use
Court practically declares an plant. He is quite enthusiastic about + CHURCHES. + of 20 acres on Lawtey and High +
preme fish. the: corn growing and turkey raising + + + land road, "National Highway." +
oyster a I I ITALLAHASSEE.Xotice possibilities of that section, and cites a + BAPTIST Rev. W. A. Fer- + + One mile north of Lawtey. About + PLANT THE BESTThe

i :35-pound turkey raised in the neighborhood + rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A.of + six acres ck-ared. $GOO cash or +
has been which brought 20 cents a + M. Morning service, 11:00; + + terms + latest improved and finished product. Gain the advantage -

sent out by the railroad commissioners pound and thus netted the owner $7. + Sunday 6:45 P.1.. Visitors + + + of heavier tonnage and increased food value.
of Florida of their intention to Little old Hastings still remains on I + cordially invited to attend. +! L. H. IIILL. +
hold a meeting at this city at 10 a. i i the: map, and we miss our guess; if St. + Lawtey Florida.H444444444444444. + 8 Secure our booklet and learn the wonderful value of this

23th, to hear and consid- and the Hast- 1 4 4. + ,, product and the 4I
m., January Johns county in general t PRESBYTERIAN II. G. + great difference in the production of the
n I' whether they should adopt the Interstate I h ngs district in particular, does not I + Dennison, Pastor. Sunday + + 4 1 I \ many varieties.
Commerce Commission's ex- during the coming season our ; + ir ,
prove : :.
,. ris; rate scheme or plan of stating I IE ft-repeated; conviction that it is the I 'N school at 10:00 A. M. Preach- + Investigate Our Co.Operalh'eursery Plan ,: .;

E '.-ns, or a modified form of this plan, : star agricultural section of the tate : + ing services at regular hours. + Large Returns For Five Years :a'z
t v"th certain exceptions applicable to : ir Florida.-Hastings Herald. + evening service, 7:30. Visitors + r.
'"..'da commodities, and all interest- i 'I + cordially invited to worship + / IT MEANS MONEY FOR YOU k

' 4J "i nprsons have been invited to attend I Ir For Rheumatism. + with us. + H. C. RICHARD ,,

-1 1 rarticipate. j! As soon as an attack of rheumatism I + Burbank Products Co. '
r begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't 4'' CHRISTIAN-Rev. John Mul4 General InsuranceI _

: of Jim Nim-1 :Aaste time and suffer unnecessary + ady, pastor. Services on morn- +
' BfmCK.dY A few drops of Sloan's Liniment + ing and evening of the fourth + but FIRST SOUTHERN J OFFICE
seventeen agony. represent none
1.- 1.> negro youth, aged I + Sunday of the month *
I's was found hanging to a tree on I on the affected parts is all you P + CLASS companies and will be 7 403 Citizen's Bank Bldg.! Tampa, Fla.
at
; of this place. It had been need. The pain goes once. + EPISCOPAL-Rev. A. Osmond 1 constantly on the alert to pro-

{ Wed with birdshot by a mob him of Ii offering A grateful for three sufferer weeks writes with: chronic"I was + Worthing, priest in charge. + mote your interests. Guarantee
Jr ,
vf who> black captured who attempted and lynched to commit rheumatism and stiff neck, although I + Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morning + courteous treatment to all pa ; :

the of a white IJ tried many medicines, they failed, and prayer and sermon, 11:00 + trons. A well written policy bya .
a on person young
The, girl was returning home I was under the care of a doctor. Fortunately + o'clock. Evening prayer and 4 first-class agent in a first- 'l i i:

t *n th postoffice about dusk when I heard of Sloan's Liniment + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re4 class company sometimes mean I ;

: ."'s attacked. She fought off her and after using it three or four days + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M + much in case of loss by fire
and well. I am employed at ,,
brought am up + r t
-i'int; and her screams +
department store in S. F., H. C. RICHARD Starke :
the
!hours to her aid. The negro ran biggest + METHODIST-Rev. John A. + ,
from six eight
to
where they employ
;-:> but was caught later on. Sunday schoolat +
will + Hendry, pastor.
hundred hands, and they surely R
hear about Sloan's Liniment"-H. B. + 9:45 A. II. Morning service + '
IMP FRESnt: it
ESTERO.We learn that in the Smith, San Francisco, Cal, Jan. 1915. t 11:00 o'clock; evening 4 FORAGL 'i J

ogress of the grading operations on At all druggists. (2)) t service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior 4 tilt OulllM/ That bass Not Affect The Hea- 1 a
be- 4:00 4 Because of its tonic and laxative: effect. 1 '
the Ft. Myers-Naples road Sunday .
new + Epworth League, TIVE BROMO QUININE:is bctttrth" +
tween Bonita Springs and Horse + P. M. Senior Epworth League, + Quinine u! :does not came Dcrv"- .
located You all the important national, riaKiar i"head. Remember the t a''+i s
Trcek Wallace has get
Contractor +N++
+++++ 1111111111111 M+ look lot the sign !ure of P v
( vast quantities of rock of a super- state, county news in the Telegraph. ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAHKE, FLORIDA.
PAGE FOUR FRIDAY
JANUARY 7, 1916.

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Bradford I BOUGHT LARGE STUCK. 1! HERE AND THERE IN BRAD-! I .

,1 County TelegraphLocal j FORD COUNTY. MORE OR LESS AN ESTIMATE I :

I The Tclegraih's job printing!: (te-j -.-- -----. .- I tI
1--- How the Census: Bureau Arrives:: at __
and Long Distance Phone F_"!':.,;, .1. is turning cut 5wO;; large ( Continued From Page 1.) %
i i What !t Calls: the Center of I
40Publbhed I posters for A. Rest'abergprc.prirt.r: WLliams !! and Prej 6
Number ;.t.r Biellings, 1! ; 5.
I Population.; ,
j'I'cf thee\\ York Darsrain Ho*--e. at j jLawtey. I j tarts.A '! I ;, tt
and: .ie will have a fIJ! page the % r1
town
," weekly, and entered at j I I : presert comprises two i i In locating the center of population
advertis.iant; in the next week I
paper ,
general! stoies: one drug store, one
ft second class matter at the postoffice 1 I | it is feat assumed to be.a: !"Oimately
|j sale. )L'.
annojncn.g; a big Rosenberg I jchuch: thee !lodges, Masonic, W. U.I!' this
at a certain point. Through roint
r.* at Starke. Florida. I I recently bought: a large bankrupt stock i I I W. and Woodmen Circle. The public ;i rarallel and a meridian are drawn, I' 1I II I ;I I ,
and anounces that he will give his pa- ''school! has three tE'achers1rs.. Bessie
f' MATTHEWS Editor and Owner { crossing the entire country. The prolact 1 !. fi
E. S. trons the benedt of the bit saving j JMcC-ruder, principal and Miss Marie : ,

I" H. E. L.GERGREssociate Editor made by him in Luyir.gr the stock. 'j Talker and Mrs. Edith Summers as- !! its of distance the population from the of assumed a given areaby parallel r I :; ,Ip ,;Jtl 1 I II. ,,:'_

sistants. Geod water le had all l t
p.! -- Men's 5uc shirts at ;SSc during sae. i! can | is called a north or south moI Ir" r r,r ,e IU f '-l.:. I

f.. FLORIDA MARKETING.The -Serlerg's.: | over Wet this of section Providence; at a depth about of 15 feet.mileon i I meat and the product of the population '''-t1lA: ::!! :.: : ', ., Ii I''I"''II":u" -' "' II'" f. I II-' .. -- J...

-- I a ': of the area by its distance from itLL
TAKETAKTNER. eminence in tine
DAVIS a cemmanding a 1
Times-Union continues to urge the assumed meridian is called an
!large house: lives; Mrs. E. N. Clyatt. I IJ
upon the farmers and fruit growers east and west moment. In calculating tWi U-S-Traasury at Washington&0|
J: She-,has :SCO::; aies. :300 of which are incultivation. I I
cf the state the necessity'of a better north and south moments the distances i
I : Mr. Chas R. Enscy, for t: a;:" wars > She Ices general farming, I i .
marketing system. In so doing the a well!l kno'vn ar.J pop,;r citizen of are measured in minutes of ,!
II and has also! a band of 100 sheep. i. I
Times-Union is serving a good pur- Starke: who recently returned from the 1 arc; in calculating east and west moments
Adjacent to the town on the west: I No element of
pcse, but we greatly fear that it has Panama Canal Zone, where he held a is the fine farm and splendid! home it is necessary to use miles on greater safety surrounds -

not yet reached the weakest point underlying responsible government position, has account of the unequal length of the | the vast sums contain in
i ofV.. L. Summers, who also has a
the subject. The weakest bought a one-half interest in the insurance !'store: in town, where he has been i.1 i> degrees and minutes in different latitudes. the vaults cf this beautiful building

t' point of Florida marketin is Florida agency of J. R. Davis: & Co:, for t1ast I' The population of the country surrounds
business of than the
; deposited
quarter a cen-
money
I transportation facilities. This is especiply !- :i i and will again be permanently! hl"r-, ; I j is grouped by square d'grecs-thlt is,
1 tury. Of his far:?: :230; acres are IP I Icultivation I
,
I true with reference to highly, tined with the business interests of'' by areas included between consecutive with us by .our small army cf: de-
I and :225:!: : hrr'e been cleared
perishable products, such, for instance, ::: Starks:: and Bradfoul county. Throughout i : ) I j parallels and meridians-as they are p sitQ"s.L .

;,_ as strawberries. Bradford county his 1 long residence here Mr. Ensey cat-tle j convenient units with which to work.

produces mere strawberries than all! ei'joyed t!'." full c3r.tiJ-3p.ee of I pec..1Lr"e" j I j The population: of the principal: cities ( Your honey placed in our hands is
farm there 200
the balance of Florida together, and ;a : c'erY-1|i are rianyj I i is then seduced from that of the Keeping but
one \; whom he had business relations I!iff which are in lesiir.g. One cf .he: I rei I not only: in safe itis; increasing -
the growers keep fairly well i in touch and his assoddiolith the i spective square degrees in which They
'trl'tb '! b from STa in volume without
; n;s $00 to her effort on
with the: markets. Moreover, they hr.ve i l'aus lie and treated The
will add strength ; separately. ceni -
agency to: a : It is fine !!
large 1
been at the business so long that: they II business that: already! has z lone sustained ; nuf year.and much a i in cemard. paperhe i} ter of population: of each square
have learned who are and who are not : icpatation for el :ci-jncy and! reliability. : Lying to th? rorth:! of Providencejwth j! ghee is assume i to be at its geographical that will be needed for cW ac e

j responsible firms in the distributing I I 1 :i the residence: : facinsr the oral '|!I center except where such or the "rainy day" that should be
centers, but all this information Mr. Er.'s: -' > I! I an assumption: is
many -iev.L in Starkeand i street cf the place is the farm of L. F.I manifestly: incorrect; anticipated. :!
, amounts to nothing if the transportation -, Bradford county are glad to bow Frjilick. He !has IsT acres of which: :j(; in these cases tae position of the center ttI.

\ ;, facilities are not such as will! that he still! repirus this section: r.i = laie i i"! cultivatioand; I'-o; are ;;! of rorulat.cn of the square degree The saving habit is a producer of

place the berries in the markets in r i the best on the map, as ,shown by his freed fr.-.rn stumps. On this! he doe- i j! is estimated as nearly as: possible. self-reliance of business independence

. c.. prime condition. return; here to live permanently. j general faimin and does it in I, The population of each square olegoree -
' a raythat
Ten or fifteen years ago the strawberry I -.------ : I 1 north an.l south of the assumed of freedom from anxiety.
There: ferce
I count: are no cornets ,
I industry Bradford county and Everything: ;: at cost, nothing reserved !I parallel is mutiplied by the: distance

I at Independence, La., was nearly at Sternterg s.LAVTEY'S. i'by the fall way cf, weeds it was on noted his with place,piea.t"e and,- j; of its center from that parallel; a sim- Q1. We offer the people of this community

equal in size, but the Louisiana product BOOSTERS. ii i all a'org'! : the J'o""re'1)0, .... 1 I ilar calculation is made: : for the prin. every inducement to save that is
with: the
net comparable k"l I
was
j ciral cities. and the sum of the northmoments '
i
Bradford! that farmers
j Nutty many | consistent with safe banKing.
t fruit growTi here. It was good enough, I j and the sum of the south
however, for the Illinois Central rail- The Telegraph's job! printing de1psrtmert were busy retting;: the weeds out of i I moments: are ascertained. The difference
the.r fence lines and! jambs. Start bank account with
Com- : Ig' Q a us today. '
road and the American Express lately turned cut "'".Ot10 i f between these two sums, di 1.
Mr. FralSe'i has a band cf T.> hogs.He
pany to see the promise of a great industry booster e1 elopes for the business: men, I -i.Je1; by: the total population of the
made a :lot cf hay the past year. I
and working conjointly they established of Lawtey. The envelope is a ha ccuntrv gives a correction to the lati I
He had for acres of miewii' "
d-I ;
x o a refrigerator express car seme piece of half-tone: printing! : ( made him: a the yield! of good srreen'feed I I tude. In a similar manner the sunsof

service for the growers. of The the modernrefrisrerptinjr I on the front side: shows: several attractive j' and the very linst of cured hay. I I the east and of the west moments $ eIEMfMoneyHas
equipment cars views about the t.v.rp,
nir.or.e; are ascertained and from them the
lIe had 10, enabled the I
and the rapid transit have them being Cracker Six Farm Late "
\\
F I lie also! finds! that bed; ear weed correction in longitude is made. _
i -
t Louisiana grower to ship his product I Ir' State Bank, a recently l completed' I ..
jand blue ---- -- -- -- -- ------- ---- -
make
c0:11l..i'l3tiO'1
all ever the United States and into brick business: dod l: and the hand- sprr a gor-d DECIDE

; Canada in car lots at a rate that dees soiV.e new school:: bui'.dinc.! The reverse i for hry.j GN FRUITS' RIPENESS

C not make the movement: prohibitive., side! carries descriptive matter j He has five acres or"pecan tree* rI
the I' which are just now comincr into i i'ear- Experts Have Settled Question Which I A Habitof
Under this enlightened: policy on of the town and section.
part of the Illinois Central Railroad: Lawtey business men knew that they i, i gHe has three:: cf the popular- Has Lorg Been a Matter of
I
rieties.: He also has half cf Serious Moment.
a acre
and the American Express Companythe have a'good town and surrounding:
mulberry trees and allows! his
berry growing industry in the section and they, are going to push it I growing -
Louisiana district has grown until: now I Ito the front. ;: pigs to feed on the berries. Hcj When is an orange ripe? Uncle f "burning holes in one's pockets".

I Tangipahoa Parrish: is the greatest |j! states they are not good for :;rowrj Sam has been puzzling his experts

oua.dp.-I.."'"'''U...***', T\V 1" .n.l"uuu\4..;,,n,,e,+, cant..v..f.T%. roT-- T.'-PSouth. -- I I Buy while! the buyinc: is good.Sternberrg's. : .- i hcgS. with this query for some time and Depositing all money in bank, and makingall
This little county, no larger : I 1tie! years agone when the orange finally! the bureau of chemistry has

than Bradford county in area, shipped I trees thrived in this part of the state decided, anyway, when an orange is by check is protection against
about fourteen hundred cars of bor- U. D .C. MEETING.On this section was one great orange unripe., Ao.-ortling to the finding payments t y

ries last season, and the fruit brought prove, but the Lip;: freeze, as it is which applies both to Florida and thk of unwise .

into the county about three million Wednesday afternoon the W. T. called, destroyed them all. There was California fruit oranges are consid- I temptation spending.A .
c,' also a time when peaches thrived here ered "immature if the juice does not
This n'ar11)
dollars. is somewhere
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\ Weeks Chapter United Daughters of
the value of the citrus and were grown in abundance and contain soluble solids equal to or in Account insures than '
per cent of the Confederacy, held their regular;: Checking more .
were fed to the hogs the hundredsof excess of. eight parts to of : ,
by every part
f .;rjit crop of the whole state of Flor- monthly meeting with the President,
bushels. It is said the fig tree will acid contained: in the juice, the acidityof
recod
ida.While this great change has been Mrs Business Lee Perriman oi importance Davis.was transacted grow well here row. Surely there the juice to be calculated as citric saving -- it provides an accurate a re- :"

! working in the Louisiana district, among which were plans for could be no Letter tree to plant! :and no acid The without water or crystallization.! "" i ceipt convenience and better it influences i ;
to than same applies to Florida yet
what has happened here We.have been the observance of the birthday of Gen. more paying crop grow fig* grapefruit .
I They could be: canned and preserved ai: except that the ratio of soluble I "
confined to an old blunderbuss refrig- ''I Robi. Edward Lee en the 19th of this j) solids! for business-like
erator freight car, otherwise knownas month. I a big profit. j I to the acid must be seven to I respect ability.

the Armour and it has movedon I Mr. and M-s. Fialick surrly prowed one. or better.
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car, After adjournment a delicious! salad;
schedule of about ten miles an themselves to be delightful e er- The decision was necessary becauseof of this (Institutionis
a (o"rse'as served by the gracious the Every banking facility I
alleged
practice of of
takers and the night with: them growers
hour from time of loading to deliveryin hostess spent
assisted by her little; five
the markets. What is the result? old daughter Ruby. year will long remain fragrant in the memory picking the fruit green: and "steaming"it 'I the service of ; :
of the Traveler. yellow either in warehouses or in at depositors. ,
Notwithstanding that had the ad-
we W T. Weeks Chapter, although both:
Half a mile to the east of town and: transit to market. In may instances I : '
vantage of vastly superior quality jcung and small, is doing at full share
really within the iimrs lives J. M. the fruit contained: so little sugar and I Iso I ;
cf fruit the industry here has reached cf work, contributing to the following;
much acid that it was injurious to |
the pcint where it brings about a fund?, besides the local work done. I Fralick, another most enterpiisir? digestion: especially: to tie digestionof I Bradford County Bank :
gentleman. He has farm mil!
quarter of a million dollars annually, The Cook memorial benevolent fund : a a saw children. !

rr one-twelfth of the value of the -the main object of which is to po- and a cotton ginnery. His farm comprises I '
Louisiana :240 acres if which ISO is incultivation Organized in 1889
crop. vide a nurse for the feeble inmate cf "
Front Above
Danger and Below. ,
and 0 has ben clearedcf
Quite recently a prominent officialof the Soldiers': Home. The Fund for the
An old !
lady who'lived alone outside
; Florida
the Seaboard Air Line railway, in care of the Florida room in the Con- stumps. He does general farming; | Starke, : : : : ;i !
i He has band of 2-j:! a small English village was nervous of
conference with Starke growers, told federate Museum Shiloh monument I a : hrh;: grade hogs;: I \
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which Zeppelins :sc ::hemaleca-ef..llinqui.
them that he could not talk to them i were certainly real, teauties. i -
fund; Marianna monument fund; Ed- j ries =
I as to n !r best course. -
about express refrigerator car service.A ucf'tiop fund; Cunningham memorialfund I They are woods hogs :graded: up withi -,
little Bone 1 Jon't think there s much to worry |
He
i Giynea.
few weeks later news from the i complainsthat
came I ; Jefferson Davis memorial fund I
.. Louisiana berry belt that the Illinois Care of Olustcc monument fund. ; cholera got into his herd rn.l injured about. replied! the vicar in answer to j i< -f! r'> .:' ?if'' '

Central-railroad had added a large it very mat!!. Often and cfren her questions, "but, if you like you j -J.- <-''"-iZ! roj: ... ?> ...... \.:.. 1I.i\\1\
This chapter also sent Christmas : /t ,. ,, ,
a can: do as seme folk i .:-" ,, "";.4<= ..' \ J" \ 1.pl
of it has l been stated in these notes thatit are doing-sleep i __ -:';'- 2"OLB17 '" "-t" f. / '
number new express refrigerator bcx to the! Soldiers' Home. ,
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in the ctllar. t' iJ1.-"c; >_ \ rll/ I
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cars to their equipment to facilitatethe is lot necessary for this to happen I --.ri- : "'. / =it' c- tr ; I

handling of the berry crop of the Sale lasts two weeks only. Sternberg's. to any man who has a hen I of J hoes. With profuse thanks the old lady I} ;';C' $ '_'.i_:"' 1.'. j.l.rr)... -,,.-;':! [ A'r -"' ,-, ,," ;\ .:!-' q :'" \" :ao "
Ian went cii to alter! her domestic :: : -.h." ''r
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it is repeated here again arrange- j \ \ '
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by .
coming season and that the companyis I way ", r -i :; ,
ments. But in half an hour she -.r-.zii. ; ...1<....... \ ": YWI: I,1
of emphasis. Just a day so Inter was : .;' cr.r.'TJLlzrn ;
i building! large sheds :.t ail the ship or a ;..>.">..=... fi-.r.: .;: ,. ,. J :' } r- I
Rev. '," : F. Malr.hurs has returned man delayed! tine held! oat t when back again anxiety once more wria-i' &. 'I.J" I'
ping stations so that the growers will 111 a :kl ::; 4 L .r; : I I'J
.: ilf
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from Fruitland a.kec: about cholera he ding her brow ., .: ;Jir.'y M'O:: -" .y ,/' "" '
not have to expose their fruit to the Park, Dade county, only laj,:hdarJ "" :"-.- ='- 'c.JtIL ==:4 .. ". lftJ1J I
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weather while it !is being loaded i into with flying colors and sound! bones replied!: "I take care of my hoar: .. "The cellar's all! right! for Zep,1e- I j i;;: ,.:.;.;...., $ 'j&.r.ortEr..... .;.;. : .. ;':''JJ' : ': I It

the cars. He went there last week with Rev. W they never b-e cho'era.:' That is i' : lists, sir"EW said "but supl-ose one J Jo /tJi".9r-. ;.= .-.' ,,1; "" .iP.rl' .., r hTl..IZER I..V' .' -':4''I'.'' '''' ,., ,1111'' { '.I.'Id -' I
A. Ferrel! in the latter's automobile, they never have cholera" That is i it them there submarines conies instead :- "- F{' ';'Iit; 0- ='',,\1 1.o'. II' ':\ "
This deference in policy accounts : t. T'>;""''' 1 d -.J' A.tsr1V.t.E.( Ff.1 ':: : fo.l! '
and after a day's recuperation cf hi ? .1 Take cae "f them. ? : ,, .
for the difference in the rowth of the : li.-=. o' .u.t. "L I'frr; !
joints began his labors as a preach !,Ir. Fralick's saw min: has ,
cacaci- [
berry industry in Louisiana: and i iFlcrida. in a f 1O
Other industries! in the state er. He established the First Baptist ( ty cf 4,000 feet dally: and his gin cf Mark Tvaln; it the Case." rot W Corn 51!;n! WoP i

are probably laboring under the same church of Fruitland: Park while there.. !110 bales a day. Mark Twain's connection with the lnn dm i \if Gil "jCrow J

sort of handicap.! Marketing conditionswill --- printing industry is !interestingly d- 1M
We don't run sales often but when:: THE NEW YEAR BALL f
s ;-ibe'l in the "American Printer. JI Jt.
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net much
be improved until! our .. ., ,
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do it is real "
we sale.-Sterrberg's
a
transportation cmpanies adopt a more from the days when he was an itinerant lenty Of [d iU Cy! tp ,

progressive and, enlightened! l policy. J. 'I. Truby has shipped:: off another The New Year ball which took:: placj typpj-etter (his frs job when his

-- carload of sweet:: potatoes this week at the armory Saturday! nighva i : wanderings: brought him to :New York The time to !!'l0\\. bi.j crops is when prie-s artaka g''d
PIONEER NEWSPAPERS. 1 the most oclat social l ever.t of the city it is statea. inn in the conpcs1 : -
-en: 1
getting h"th'En.rylhi:5 IM.V p: mils tl!) e':,,:'u
The Habit: of Taking: Cold. ?oiThe large hall! ;.a-.1! been tastefully 1 ; room cf Gray & Green the prcieccssrr :-

Florida newspapers, as a r lIEm'e With many people taking cold is a decorated: with i the many graceful! ; cf the William Green corporation higher: figures: for cotton, corn anI( the s! :;nlc crops;

well gotten up, both as to appearance habt, but fortunately: one th-t: is easily ornaments' the woodlands around i! the resent .renters of The of the South than the very si'.Usfactory: ones of the r I

and contents, yet a few capers are broken. Tik2 a cold bath every Starke afford, as well! as with do.r.ts- Outlook i I. to the tine when he vas the present. The coming season::) ;; a.. perhaps! llt'C( before, ;
coming; to desk which have decidediy morning when first tic flower and'the financial head of the firm of Charles
our : a you get out of ?, ;eat orchestra it
farmers
pcverty-strickcn, appearance, I, bed--not ice cold, but a temperature I that could! ) be !had i i.i J..ck-or.-ille: waenjraced. -, L. WeHtcr & Co. As a <:elO?ijr will pay to plant good seeds, cultivate

ana are almost unreadable! on account f of about flO r. \so: 3eep: with -or I II Filly fifty couples took! pail he war glad! to c irn ?.". week; w hn thoroughly and fertilize freely. !

of bad print. The casual observer I \bdow top. D' this and you wil! seldom -I|: ip.! tai (i ia1cin,:. Deli,i'Vis fruit, ouch L Ll publisher !Ms irk paid to ".'rs (:rt, !

may think that the subscribers to take cOd.! t'nest: you Jo take ijand l light refreshments were served, from tie .i/rcr.ts: en General Grant's Wilson and Toomer'sIdeal

these papers are very liberal to pay I cold Use Chamberlain's! Cough Remedy I'. and the hands cf the clock moved ai! ":..emors.: n. '..t
a dollar for fifty-two such sheets, but I end get rid of it as quickly as too rapidly 1 till! they both stood on the; Fertilizers : i

one acquainted with the newspaper I possible.: Obtainable! everywhere.You twelve! : mark, wren the joy had! to come Head Herd in Oyster Crn. I Contain i'l,t the ridit: proportion{ of plant foo'l} to produce bigyields. .
game sees the matter in another to an erd.Besiilo Xo cat vas ever caught tighter! inl j
I can bay goods! as cheap as the those of Srcrke, there wer'prevent salmon can than was nfteen-ironths- They have satisfied siuce>;iiil farmers for more than: I

,, ifeht.Wsie it net for selisr.crificingpreachers ncrchart! buys them during the salert I people from Tallahassee old Hilda! Kraiib of Windsor. when her twenty years. There i is an Ideal fyrrnuh: fur every staple and

) and self-sacrificing editors Sternber ':;. 'I Gainesville, Waldo, ?.liddlebjre: and eider sister, Dorothy slipped a tin special crop, made from Ll.t material*. If you have used Ideal

'theie would! be very litle of either reL 1 u_ Lawtey, as well as from Valdosta oyster pail over the baby's head in }brands 'Oll know how good they are and. only' need to be ,

!lifri i iQn cr civilization in the country. I': How Could He? Ga. play remind r
The: country parson is satisfied with I A physician says freedom from Mesdames N. Sterr.berg and W. H. An offset inside the bucket held the you never !have tried 1 them fiiid out about Ideal fertilizers

L what !little is doled cut to him while worry is essential to the treatment ot Graham composed; the committee; cf child's head as in a \'ise.ftfr a futile before you buy. Write for particulars and prices. I

he preaches the law and the gospel, I locomotor ataxia. But a man who arrangement, nad to their good taste effort to get it loose, Mrs. John Kr.aub I

and the pioneer. editor is contented could keep free from terry with locomotor and carefulness in leaving; nothing undone mother of the children sent for the Wilson & Tcomer Fertilizer Company I

with starvation pay while he tries to atari* could recover from an the event owed its success. nearest plumber. who came with his I Manufacturers cf I Weal Fertilizers! I

', put his locality! on the map. He has amputated nead without treatment. shears; and cut the pail. The child Jacksonville: Florida

to conduct his business in an apologetic Louisville Courier-JouraaL BUYING POTATOES.E. was badly frightened, but unhurt.- I I '

1 : way and though his readers York (Pa.) Dispatch Philadelphia Poec- .' \.
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are benefitted by his work this benefit No fakes, everything absolutely as ord.
C. Motes I
of the
is seldom acknowledged of advertised. Come in and be convinc manager Flcf- )IR. FERRELL RESIGNS.Rev. CARD oi. THANKS. ,
; some idia Plant Co., of Plant City, hns beenin I :
his subscribers pay him grudginglyand ed. Sternberg's.A Starke and vicinity during the: week Reducing Tuberculosis Mortality. I W. A. Ferrell has resigned!: We hereby sincerely thank the kind I';:

others not at all. buying up sweet potatoes. He will!! Lord Rosebery, in a Lcndon address from the pastorate of the First Bap- friends who assisted us during the ,'

What would our stateb e riow but little money will go a long ways probably make Starke his on tuberculosis said that preventive tist church in Starke, his desire being last illness and after the death of our '
headquarters '
for the newspapers, little and bigAndthe at this sale.-Sternberg's. and will buy potatoes in measures had reduced the c-ortality': i to enter other fi( d:. The resipi husband. and father.

newspapers were all small, andstarved quantity. any from consumption in Lcndon by 33 nation is to take effect February 1st I : MRS. SARAH PRESCOTT. t I '

and unkempt in the beginning.We We have a full line of ladies ready per cent between 1901 and 1911 and [i next. The Baptist church has not yet S. L. PRESCOTT. I I',

raise out hat to the pioneer editor to wear and it is going at cost atSternberg's. Ladies now is the time to buy that by 14 per cent in England and Wales'' made arrangements fcr the engagement We'll send home happy. Sternberg's. -

and wish him success, in his good work coat at Sternberg's. for the same period | you '

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1916. mUD'FORD

COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. P PAGE FIFE r

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THEY WILL READ THE TELE. v + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 NEW OFFICERS:; OF LAWTEY i

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Bits of LocalInformation 'li.hi II IIa. t 0*CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: +* ARE NOW IN CII.RC.EI. }I I .
Most
every family in Eratrford! '
Continued From 1.1 '
I I county) takes! the Telegraph, and chose + + + + + + + + + + + + + --.nuvriehes: and cocoa Page, were: serv-J. ,, Clloedc'Mts.

'who do not are going to soon. They I HOUSE TO RENT-Aplf! tc Mrs. C. f This club is an old institution antI: I

I I have sent us word they are. To read 'I':Sparkman, -tar k 3. 1-7-ti. !has been under several different managtmeLts ( I I
the Telegraph! is a habit with the peo-I i ; 1 I Jay McGee! Stspicnville '
I as of the ladies havecome
.. ;.. pie that LOST Pointer; many Texas writes "For
II they can't get away from, white with black: i here and have : ,
C./fII 0." 1'1. 2I. In. I I1'Nt" 1 gone away again l
6 in tkt ...." ..t r, eM. ar.d we are glad: of it. spots, about 1 year old. Reward for but during all these changes much it!I nine ((9)) years, I suffered with ,

I:I I Inother pleasing feature of the I return to J. W. Edwards, Starke good has been accomplished by them'' womanly trouble. I had terrible

----- I;: matter is that the greater number cf j I II 1-i-tf. I by the planting of beautiful shade hecdaches, and pains In

:'I- II : J I:our I subscribers pay their subscription -I -LOST-Standard Oil book trees and otherwise beautifying our : my back, etc. It seemed as if ,

< A. A.'Wainright, of Heilbronn, was Mr. E.1.. :somas and family re- are promptly. They feel that they road between Starke receipt and Lawtey.on streets. i i ii I I would die, I suffered so. At

.in town Thursday. turned home nday after a eek's they getting don't inconvenience their money's worth and Reward for return to G. M. Sistrunk i. None too much: credit can be given last, I decided to try Cardui,

visit with relaj 'es at Stuart on the their us by delay- Starke, Fla. 1-;-lt. I the members of this! club, and in their | the woman's tonic, and U

"; C. B. Anderson, of LaCrosse, was East Coast ey made the trip by I tins I remittances. Receipt of efforts to erect a suitable club build-I! helped me right away. The l

in town Monday. automobile. !i iI i I subscription month of December payments daring the j I i ii WANTED-To hear from owner of .. ing in the near future it is the dutyof full treatment not only helped

I j' from the following J farm or unimproved land for sale.H. everyone in this ccmmunity: to lenda me but it cared me."
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I Judge Wills, of Gainesville, was a A pleasant jj-tor party to Gaines ',,, ed named with persons is !hereby ackr.owledg-I L. Downing, 17S Palace Bldg., helping hand to accomplish it.
thanks.
our There
visitor to Starke Monday.A. ville Sunday eining included Frank :' of them: are 10.3 I -Minneapolis--, -:Minn. 12-17-4t TAKECardui

Lane, Marion Sjpn, Willie Jolly, Misses I!i Mrs. J. J. Cone, R. S. Humphrey, FOR SALE-Early-Flat-Dutch--and Loses Valuable Horse

jviIe. S. Crews, Eq., was in Gaines- Lucile Freer 'i, Marion Alford! and :!! It1.. Johnson, M. V. Danford, Mrs.,;; Jersey V;: eflel cabbage plants for Mr. J. D. Randall, of East Lawtey,

en l legal business Wechesday.II Mrs. A. H. Fr f11iTI.: j I Ii i j!I D. M. Gornto, .''1E. D. Sayles! John SI per 1,000. J. W. Staf, Waldo, had the misfortune to lose his ,alL,: ;!1-

II ..D. Pearce, C. C. Rour.dtree, D. W. Fla. 12-3-6t.: bay mare Tuesday. About noon :a'' If
,;it Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, Mr. ar.d :314 B. W. Hodges, of that
Mocie she show
\ Dr. J. 0. Phillips, F. B. Osteen, I day began to symptomsof
was in town on business Thursday.E. Jacksonville, hup returned home after '
W. L. S .1-.mers, B. L. Smith, T. M. FOR SALE-Fi\'e-rocm cottage, large colic. They did what they could '
i spending sc* time in Starke with I I! Deniaon hall bath I for her but she died in the afternoc !
I Sam Croft, S. G. Pearce, M. room, unfurnished, on The Woman's To sic :
L. Prescott, of Waldo was a ulatives.: Tlieq: many friends were i' Her stomach '
: C... Croft, J. D. Smith. A. B. Shaw, L. Thompson street in Starke. Applyto -was opened and quite i
.'busiress' visitor tc Starke Thursday.: ;led to greet ::.im. i 1- ::: lot of which looked .''- '
:: .1. Shaw, D. :.1. :Mslphars, Stephen Mrs. R. R. IIc 'mn. 12-31-2t.: : green powder ;
I in fee
I W. -- -- -- Paris Green was found mixed in wh! Cardui helps worse;!
i: Hague, M. Terreil, Wiley Williams -- s;
Jlr. and :Mrs. C.Mixon enjoyed Mr. and )lrsl D. Dyai!, of the S. W. Dt ose, 0. L. Mizel l!, B.V.., FRESH EGGS WANTED. [ oats On further examination in t': : of greatest need, because it ':

I viiit to Tampa during; the holidays. I Graham set-tier.: : lave a new son at'their Will:! cash for fresh contains ingredients vjhich act '
!a 1 :.: Dees, J. V,. Bklliii-r; : T. G. M. Gay: P.. pay your eggs barn a quantity of ;green powder us J

! r.i home. Ti! young man arrivedon ., L. Gay, J. i). Jones Levy Fralick J. .|Iby regular parcel post cr express found scattered on the floor, but :us i specifically! yet gently, on tee i _

i .t Stoughton Strickland, of Guilford, !' December 2S4. just a !little! too late .:1 .:\.. Fralick, Henry Summers;: :, D,.., C., J. I shipnte.'.,. Write us for particulars, there had been no Paris Green on the ,, weakened wcKaaIy; organs. --.ISo

;: ,noaI'.", Stake Sunday;: vis-ing: rela-1 to I::.ng up hih .- staking.Mesdarr.os : .. ;: Witt.. J. W. Biellinsr, J. QDicks, D. I'! -r..ing number cf dozen :you can furnish farm it is evident that some enemy if you feel discouraged, :

I .:i tives. I !!11.I, Blun.2, J. P. Bryan, 't.IL. A. Thoxas. I ; wockly.:! EGG :\I.P.KETIc.ln:: visited the barn during the earl; blue, out-cf-sorts: uaib'.e! to :
.t
I E. 1 Prevatt. C. E. Lir- :! G. toch, Fla. l-7-2t.: morning and it to the mare.I'
I 'i L. Fetch G. W. Andrews, I. 1V. { gave do your household work, en ;
,'s Mrs. John :Merds, and Miss: Agnes : ford, of Green fcve Springs, A. D. 'Andrea' J. R. I t
Haliigan W. A. account cf ccncLticn
Tilis | step
|o .Wiierscn! of HI.,'"..:..-.. .".d, were in Srarke j: Williamson! 01' Usdentown, and B. E. :.1! J. H. Kelly! John 'I FOR SALE-The Grand farm at m h-I your
Johnson. W. H. Andrews Mr. D. R. Edwards, of Starke, wsa worrying and give Cardui a
!land.
?; O:1e" of J..cklJlI\'ille. were visitors; Consist: of 2I) acres, nearlyall
'Mcnday.Mr. ,
l.r J. P. Welch, :M. A. Blcckwelder.! ; ; I visitor to Lawtey last Saturday. | | trial. It has helped thousands .
:
t't Starke !l"t Fray impiovcU!; 3-acre vineyard; bearing '
... I j 5. B'cG. W. Spires, II. S. :Miller, fruit trees S buildings Mr. J. S. Rozier: of the Raiford sectior of women,-why n;t you ? ;
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: grist
;\ and Mrs.V.. r. Godwin, of I W. D. Dukes! Jr., J. ?. Brcwn, C. A. ; a was a visitor to La1eylond".r.:: '
I Cardci. E 1ls t
: Lawtey, were visitors*to Starke Wed- Miss :Marion Aifo! :'d. a charging: : college :'Roberts! RE'F.. mill with gasoline outfit. A full Try -
'? C. Edwards: E. C. Mr. T. ::\Mimms was a visitor < ",,
nesday. '-' <.t.; ?. : girl from Tallahassee, spent afew Roberts, :Mrs. J. W. Keiium! p'L.. I set "f farming implements will beir.cluJeJ Jacksonville Sunday. M .
'I 1 : Miss Lucile FreemanI with the place sold t.
with or
(: days !I W. Ki:kli er, J. F. Cano,'... E. Moore, I separately Presiding Eider H. G. Davis: >: '' f

J. A. Brock a well kncwn Raiford :I returned :Monday to resume: her |iT. J. Mooie, Mrs; F. 3i. White: T. F. Gran, at a bargain/ by W. F. Jacksonville District of the :M.: E.I j, :
highland Fla 12314t. -'-
f merchant: vas transacting business in'if studies in the ser.ior class. I!: :Mcnsell J. C. James I 'f
: Poppell Horr.st..y __ church, South, preached at the :ow I ;
Stsrke Thursday. I :: Mrs. A. J. EiellingP.e\'. B. T. |! hall last Sunday. "* ERIK: m GLASSESGFSATER t
FOR SALE
Mrs. A. H. Fi-een-.an spent, Friday.in -Eighty;: aero farm on k
( i Rape, Jasper: Bro-vn, R: A. Weils, J. Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Edwards: aid I
and Raiford
it Jaok.=on\ille with her brother, :Mr. I road, one mile! !
Messrs. Albeit 1
and Charles CIul-: 'I DAILY
D. Carmichael, I/row Reddi.-h, Lcnr.ie: northwest of the Brownlee farm little W. H. Jr.. were visitors to Starke J
H. G. Wills ; there and ;
on
I, ker, Mi-Jdieburg: were New Year sightseeing; !
Thcmpson, E. X. Folsom, W. H. AnIJicvs" I Sunday and :Monday.:
than one-half!
. i the teach the latte1a\'in that night I more stumped, fenced rAn .
f visitors Starke.t ,
to i i W.
S. G-aham, R. A. Reddish, Mrs. A. M. Blanchard left last: Friday -
'' and under cultivation
.t J for his hems in Dallas! Texas. ; balance Inieres ;n3 Statement by OrJ of
: W. F. Godwin, I. t. Gamble. 0. L. I for Jacksonville, where she wl! .
I' round timlJetd splendid pasture: the 3,3; f/eo fn t':,e Crug Business! L -
Mrs. R. 0. Daniel is spending; the I i Thcnias. D. C. Kiniaw!: &: Co., J. M.Shaw. best strawberry! in the spend several days at the home or' 1
t The Ladic-s': Aid Scetof: the Prsbyterai I s county. .:1l
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week with her sister, Mrs. C. V. Sinip- : ; [ Sr.. Kit; Williams! C. R. Xd l, Daily mail route and telephone line. her daughterlrs.. J. B. Dye. l f
: church.rill *,' t'i h :Mrs.
"j> sons, of Gainesville.! ; n : Rev. James Strickland! !: J. W. For particulars! call the undersigned Mr. T. S. Stark preached at the M. j
January Barry. : on -
\ X. B. Hull! afternoon,
Tuesday S. J. Prescott, 0. L. Nash, M. M. E. church last Sunday evening the
11th 2-:;) o'clock.; All members I : at Ileilbronn Springs, or ad- p tj
| E. X. Anderson of the 3/ooker at :
section -
by J. 0. Johnson, Jr., A. B. Fletcher I dress me at Starke: Fla., Route No. place of the pastor, ReO1i:1 Burgess -
e5to'.j be .
was transacting cusir.ess: in are re<: : to present.3r. : A. :. Phillips, R. B. Warren. Louis j I 1. W. E. Davis, Owner. 4-1ti-tf. I' who was confined to his room

t: Starke Thursday.! I'! !,,1Viiker son. A. B. Surrercy, I R. Sullivan with sickness. I i
: ITJ Mrs. J. P. Dover from
: James R;itch, J. T. Andrews, S. FOR SALE-About 70; acres of my Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Edward and \ :

: Mrs. Osias Budingtcn! of Green :'; XOl'thrnii: : :.ne.ot; are !guests: ofi 'I C. Crew, W. C. Clemens! H. C. Ce-! Heilbronn: Springs farm lying: east Laurie, and little Miss M\ be!, returned I r : ..

.fCove, visited her sister Mrs. E. !chI I i I the fcrrner's patents, Mr. :
jrard, the latter part of last week.Mrs. I| Perry Dover, cf West Madison street. T. B. Browning.AID close to Heilbronn Springs. Will .I week, where the children: will re.n.'v.i.: "a" -,, ,.
I will!! remain here two weeks.
They
t : their studies at school. i ; 1 j
'. I sell the whole or divide to suit. "0 <
J. W. Killian, of Wa ':-esboro" SOCIETY MEETING. Lands surround Heilbronn school Mrs. William Thede returned: : h"'rne I .

!r J N. C., is a guest at the home cf her : )!esrs. Hen.-y end Edwin Freeman, I The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist where three teachers from Jacksonville last Sunday, where of
property, are
11 parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Truby. I I who spent their'holiday: vacation herewith the j church will meet at the home of required to teach and a general she has been spending several days AtA ., ,tj

<( [ their parents have returned j Mrs. T. X. Limbaagh, Tuesday; afternoon is built there with relatives. : ,-j
store being at
once.
County Treasurer: G. W. Hazen, L. I;!: former to Plant' City, being member January 11, at ;3 o'clock.lem:: I Daily! mail route and telephone ser- Prof. M. M. Fryer spent several daysin ..f I
: and 1 ,
I A. Crown and E. M. Hazen, of Brook- i I cf the high school faculty there, i bers are requested to attend.IN vice. For particulars call on the Jacksonville last week attending to A. E. KIESLING F"
the later his studies the University
at -
: er visitors to Starke I i I to business.Dr. .
were ; Thursday.: Heilbronn .
. of Florida at Gainesville.Mr. I HONOR OF MRS. JOHNS. undersigned at Springsor and Mrs. T. D. Gunter, of Stuart of Houston. Texas says: '-
address me at Starke, Fla., R. sl
|| )liss Belle Kelly, of Jacksonville: i is F. D. Xo. 1. W. E. Davis, Owner. were guests of Mrs. Emily Sayies "If you Lave a nimbly complealta a.r'---- -

, a guest at the home of her mother, Marcus Eros, of Lawtey, was j :Mrs. J. A. William3 entertained at 4-lC-tf. last Thursday.Mr. and dull eyes you are constipated. Six e

f Mrs Marion Johns, on Madison street. I amon the holiday visitors to Starke. an informal reception Tuesday after- D. G. Stanley! of the Raiford glasses of water daily aid one or two I

.: : !!. Mr. Brown's many friends,;; are pleased ;'noon in honor of her sister, Mrs. E. Don't miss the sale! at Sternberg's. I section, was visitor to Lawtcy :Mon .I. Ilesall Orderlies at niir'it! will corntt
tc know that he is me !ing'with : this condition anl E ::ce you 'lit as :a
Miss Susie Darby left Sunday for ,: ( Markley! Johns, of Starke, a recent
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great success as prnicipal of the jun- SHORT COURSE FOR FARMERS day.Mr. I fiddle.' Uexall Or.leri"S.! in my opinion, ?
' Xew Smyrna to resume her work as a bride. The house was prettily decorated Howard C. Peace was a business I
ior high school at Raiford.L. : AT UNIVERSITY.The are the beet laxative t > lie hall, :lt1ll-an .,
member of the high school in that in Christmas greens and bloomine I visitor to Starke :Monday.The T
.
narcissi. :\1.' be taken by men. women or children.Vs ,
.
city. I :; Williams ar.dlrs.: I Lawtey High School resumedits

G. Sibley, one of the successful Johns, assisted by Mrs. Sealey! received I session last :Monday: after a twoweeks' \ haw tinevlj'he ..-ain: ;, riul.t: for ( ...
Short theUniversity
I Farmers' Course at
i' Mrs. James ::\Mitchell and her ;; strawberry growers of the Theres-a: the guests and a large number rest. this irf.it Livititr. Trial .sizt1<> cent.. \. 4MITCHELL'S --...
or' FioiJ.from
and January
!
!j guest :Miss: Hattie-Lou Dickinson, are : section, was in town Friday cf ladies nere present to meet the I 111 include :Mr. L. H. Hill! was transacting:; DRUG STORE
cf to :21 will complete review -
several clusters oranges a
J! brought: along charming honor !guest. A Lore Story iness in Starke :Monday.Mr. : THE REXALL STORE
.
his farm. :Mr.: Sib- of all branches of animal
Gainessuite. grown on cf the Forest Primeval was a feature indus-I I : and Mrs. Rosenberg were visitors ,
trees and theyare tries; under instruction of Prof.
has several bearing
i itit. ley of the entertainment aid Mrs.: Hugh I to Jacksonville Sunday, return- SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER -
Wil1ou hb '. Classes will begin by
Mr. Robert Gray and his sister, Miss doing well. :McCalium won the prize, a dainty i studying: thl'al'iou: breed; of horses, i iig home Monday by automobile.l GooOldBRIAR

g Ottie Gray, of Gainesville were guestsof .1 Baumsteii, who has been in hand-embroidered guest towel. A delicious I cattle and boors, method: of judgingI They met with rather hard luck in i cm t

:Mrs.: W. H. Graham: for the week 1 Harry the winter : salad course was: ::ser'-ed the selecting good animals how to es- getting stuck in Black Creek, and later CAVE ] '
business Alachua during I
at
la end. hostess; ; being assisted by :Mrs.; 0. B. their batteries gave; out at High-

.i' 1 I' was i" Starke! Monday arranging .Pcwell and':Mrs. F. M.: Stephens.- i t tiirr.t3 value of pedigrees and modernI lard where they took the train for ,7StQt.l'hQPerfectRye.
rented methods of breeding for proSt. .
has '
't\ S arke. He I
to
Vr Miss Inez rjul Anderson, cf : return ; Alachua Ccr. to Gainesville! Sun.SASBOM I The various feeds useful for livej home ')" the afternoon train.Ir. .

Archer has been visiting at her broth ,buildin i ? H. D. Randall was transacting .
j
5 next door to postoiSce j -OLSON.) j I stock in Ficrida and the South: will be

' er's, Mr. A. W. Anderson, during the j' will re-embark in business,;; here. I studied, together with the kinds best I l-r-iness,;; i h Jacksonville Tuesday. 'RlCHSMQCTHnEUMDELICIOUS .
:< i Pi of. Marcus Brown returned tohis ?(
j week.
i i suited to animals! at different ages, '
;) Mr. Waiter Swar.bcm: an Miss Agr.es : i school at Raiford; Monday aft<:rsneniirg APPETlilNS i .1
had holidayguests I hcw to mix; feeds for best reults'ith
Ritch
Banker X. T. as : j
:Miss: Jeannette Matthews l left Monday ; Olson! were married: in Atlanta.Ca. : the holidays at the home of SATISFYING .
John Ritch.: MissEdle work animals, dairy cows, beef cattle
:Mr.: nd11': :;
:: ., the bride's !home, December his: .
i for Tallahassee to continue her on parents.Mr. '
1'1 Muster John Ri ch. and< hogs. ami! wheat combinations are 7St
Ritch. and FQt,2
i studies ct the Florida State College lath last and the happy couple! havene I W. F. Go-hvin was transacting 44'
most -ol"i'al. The balanced!
( Valdosta. Ga., :Mr. and :Mrs.! J. H. e':0 raii d/ .
I ,) to i : the proem'str.ew { biviness in Starke .
housekeeping at Monday.Mr.
;:
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l for 'Vomen. 1. J'1Uf
r i :Mi-ses: Marvin : 'm 've Made plain and rules for : .
fcuihter ; 1.-
wi.ts.
21
and
Pitch two andtil )1)"oni"d: home Mrs. W. Torode '
a at Sitcr. \:- ; ] and E. and lit-: \
.1 I E. I feeding a..imr.] made simple enough
Raionl.lr: ; ::
: and :Margie, of ; .
*
Jcnes cf Jacksonville Mr. Srnantom is J. Hampton '
I L. Ouom and :Master Cecil ".:itch, of to be used every day. I full Qts.4? 31'
'of sterlirc: chrracer. well known ar.d.pcpular. .
Ji :
Starka week
has been in during > The general; : l hcu: ng and care:: of I c
and cheered his friends! with his St. Petersburg. f haying; ; been lite cashier for i :..h'i. DbnchlrJa:; a huMnev ,
many I ar.iT.als wiii Ie: given special attentionand I ;
I' smile. I ths ?t.rkc Lii.v: cr ('ompany until i it : >*itor to Jacksonville :Monday: an'i 8FiHPts.49
genial
have ircKuing prevention and siinpietrcr.ircert
Freeman !
Dr. and\ :Mrs. A. II. : '
" I stopped cperations! : : seine time ago! and !i Tue-day.: L
of diseases minor surgical
he :'oii- : : IHPts.3ii
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''had .;; house ?:,t'3ts iutig: : :his bride handsome :Mr. H. W. lu-mes e
C. A. Smith, the well known turpentine :. H. G.HI;:, is a \\ s\s! oily i operation: : practice in debornirgj,|I Barney was a : I r .I ,
-' I d:13t';; diIereatrer'icds. with ail: the cc(1mri.b:11kh \'isi..or to Jacksonville last Thuv! :day! r ;, = '
|" operator at Sampson City, wasamong 'oi'Pdhs. Hon. Harry Goldstein LLPPfor ticks, vaccination; for hog |I """ \
:' '' Texas I I II EXPRESS PAID .
;1 the business visitors to StarkeThursday. [raik.es "Xonac'odharni;n!;'. We I ]I and Friday.
I cholera.Spe.ialied. )
cf Fennrclia; \freW'l'f'1h Iwish | j'I I Messr H. Moore T. T I II I GAL.OR t10Rt
: : : the vo inn coupe: all happiness.STOCKIIOLDERS' live work wall:!l be ; J. and! J. "'r-y J
of [ stock
Willie Jiy!! I
-konvil'e. .
: Barr, of : IJ J t-arsactci5 business with- theoi It;. I Ii .
il of taken '..t: as' "oon as-the class is ready.)'|I Di strbtor i toYowr'' Territory lJ
11'a.dJ.'I: '. Marion: :Scion uanesville .IEETNG. s _
I i I in :lliu:
-"howl beard Starke at; !
:
: .. day
X. I). Wai'1ri h: will! ..:
Tax Assessor !! Mis-; :\:1rI:1! :: Alfcrd.! Tahjse.Mi !! : :oke i is !hereby given hat the ree- Ore eis of :Inures 'llu'! given on. fd.! J. C. Porpell!I, cf Siarkt, v'vrif a ,THE ttW.rttTCAlF'CQUNITED
now nv.ik his rounds of the county of ILurrur the stockholders dairy farting; :: describing the founda-I I .
ulsr annual of
:: ;:s Willie Fay Ivy j meeting j j I i )r to Latt'last Friday. IMMSEKSCC

by automobile, having "blo\'n" himself i Mines Alii-: :May a-wl Eras Hry! t':;. of Bradford! Cour.' Dai.k; will b ]I tion of a dairy herd, management and {!I i Mr. Jr.rda;: Williams! was: a writ! ,. 'AOAnSDiSfllLINGQ.JHEBELLDI5TCQ! r +
for For J. bestadvantage. ,
t a. of Vidalia! G?.. and! Steve Yates. 01 held at itv l-ankiig room: :r. Stark, I handling the dairy products to tf. ->*.:U'.;e Monday.: i I /'

Tallahassee, who mo-.o-ed! through we i iFlorica, Tues.:/:ay.Tan'tary U, 1316, another on modern !1'! tr.-1 Mr. R, A. Green. of this connT.f -. :.r I 'r{ fu4lSize : ,
I Miss Mattie Warren spent Sunday od= of testing; milk and dairy !) ; l.lOE6 WHISICf1;! : CO
('o ntr'for. a week-e: '.d visit.XOTJCE :; at 7 o'clock! p. m.. for the election: of > -eittudent cf Florida: Uni", -i-- j
t in Starke with friends and left :Monday : : t board cf directors for the ensuing i! nets with: the Babcock: test how to i : Order fro ectetilaskJthe
; ; above
a i .
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business i any
I II t"a.
s a -
j morning for Glen :St. Marys! for OF SALE OF i.MO 6 PERCENT: :year, and to transact such other business test tows and dispose cf ur.proStahb j jI i tor Li'7.tey I ReUdble FirmsIIof CzebratcwBriarJackSonville.fla 1

a visit with relatives. !!I I"I BOP: >. 1 1 before the t nima! !". the:: snipping of milk! and the }'i I to Friday. Cventhajtotai'JOLD !
I i.: Ftfrtfcv 1fo.'.;Cl' !* t.:: n'Iat the T:1 C"\1'1' as may properly come I !I I Quite a large number of ojc>t!- ,
aid few exercises making
1cil I 1 of the Then "f 5ta-:"o. Flcriilu. "v-il! -fcri.e meeting crem. c on : for: 2 .a'ts3J::
zens witnessed the hanging of To !
Mrs. Julian Peek had! a. a holiday riled fti-i for the purchase of *;.'"''") X. T. CITCH. hiffh! gad ',.inter. j jj ,I :.r 6RO lET

| visitor her sister, Miss Ruth Ottwell i!lei": burl of t.va'J! WAI of :tarke' "Urdup :-. j Another; -=eiei will be on meat Fro '!i White in Starke last Friday.: j DISTILLING, cor overlfyoupinao
: c..eas
.. the :h day of rV.r-4a-y. 12-ai-2t. frcident.j
'j) and ire'-'lin-r > Dr. G. W. Brew had the mi fn .-
4\ whoV: is a member cf the high! school ,,, ;V. D. held. aiJ bor.i'a" 1' -iiin- .' 11. amt art to In1 in deno''!:natM"1.- I fi|i tune to have a fire pair of nue.,
'
I- fatten
beef !hov.to
I faculty! at Dunnellc.i.f ; Liven t"i i) Your Tcrpid Live method* of erowing -
b-
!! of One Thous-ar-J DeVars:: .ch. and : .nI I I knocked ciT the railroad by a :..ti.'
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f i I i I I i i-.tri>. t at the! ;ate of +'u *'tr ctnt ;per an- 1 To keep your liver active use Dr. for the market packing house and <<-<<-HvV ,' H+H. .

Messrs. C. :M. Alvarez and Albert ,I I m'm. iMaHoemian 1 t'y m January It.and i! King's New Life Pii! Ti:r-y insure butcher methods. The same ?ul jects !Mast I FiiJav night.; ... While they arc .
rash with intrt-t roO'! i: this ...ritingthere'is
cf not dead at
!' 1 IM. yt-ar.
f: Spencer, of Jacksonville, "'Ere'eek- b Juy The principal! and imrn-t r:iI ?ord 1 di??.>tion, relieve --tpstion. rill he tcusrhr topork production, in-j!{! rt. COMER L. PEEK .

? end visitors in Starke, attending the I U I "iJ Nf.ilare raabe! 8t !',. I'ani: :1|t H,.!!>'*. ar.d ten up the vho! syrtcmkeepyour ciudlrg i'tanirg a herd of hors. the |1 I chance for tlteireco'en'. In some *
: i it.:* the Hm.r National! tank in ::'" e : :1r.accoutable"ay the bars of the Florida Real Eitalc, Land and .
Xew Year's ball Saturday nipht. : statiof New: \or.'<. eye: clear and: rur :skin fresh andjhcalthv breeds Kvt suited to th '\ ao.l : rrcly\ !lot were left down.STOCKHOLDERS' e
I I The amount "f bonds inertril for IVilars.:! and thf! -in-i I Timber Expert. A
l I.
W. K. White, formerly of Starke. drill F rH'-of T. o said TiHiu-nnJ!boni-! i! a1!! be due ?ml i ayat>l e ((2)i ) i fcr hogs, fattening:, slauffhterirg af.dicuiirr !1- :
Jacksonville! has been in th ,of. 1I U n;'i! I _'_ _- -- I! the farm. The courejir MEETING.
now' thirty yeah from the ia:" ne.c on 1I i $ 33 Experience at Etarke. I>
Starke during the week buying up tau :t' t I't'd m to ...' *thirty. o'clock: i.>. ''.AtiJ..era ">.. i TO THE PUBLIC. I .wine: !hus'>"':llr will be especially!! Ii i, Notice is herely given that the reri ; years .
the Mh .l.iy of Feoruan. \ [I. !!I!i :
|i.n Notice 5 i' hereby given that effectiveJan'ary this is 'ular aaual of the Stockholders .4_ t ;4.
cress ties for the EppingerIfusssllCo. are reii'-ir
i i Kueh. a- Town Clerk of aiJ Town. n vrt- 1. lt lt'. Charles! B. Essay; is growing rapidly. I of the Bank of Starke will reJ -_._ -_ ._- -
t : for tVit: ..-r crit of the amo:!n : i : j
chtc' ?
I'"j"1, thtir Mt' saul check i to I'e mats i':tyab:rea'aly': interested with me in the inarc.nce I For those who! desire: it a course J I II i.held! in its banking room, in Starke. + + + +' + + + + + + + + + + + + +

t Mrs. J. D. Tobler left Monday for it .\. S. Crass p< T.tteUivr of s-aul; Toe n. asa '', ;? business 'ar' h hu betn conicit j will be liven in poultry culture, in- Florida, T Ja'January., IS, 10IG.at *! I'EC.\XS-We will receive best + .

, her home, Eustis. She n'aaccom- I:,14vl>cuara-ny mitt d!i. and cf full has! c.lie mi'lianre Con.nereJ with a.:Slir! 1.uic' i.! : ( ,l here si.c? February 1, 1Q,'". eluding test methods of feeding ar.d 7:')') o'clock p. m., for the electiorof : + varieties of paper shell pecans on of ;

t paned by her little niece, Alloon Hais- !..U-il da-mes in the rent of the ajctotar.et. I The style! of the f.rm: will remain the ma:1adngtht! !?cck. best houses for I a board of directors for the en uinc + consignment and sell for you at t

k lopwho; will enter-the school at Eus- i i bidder of sretd! to comply and: the with fail-ire the n the t.trrt..:rvof.I of. tS! j 1-' an>\ j. R. Dj-is & Co. ;i Florida and control l of disease. I t I i year, and to transact such other + best possible price or we will buy + .

1 tis. All! Hdit-rs! shall scifr the a'no-ir.t olbrpd f'j All obligations; due prior tc this I In all the live stotk work the herds : bunne.-s, may properly come before + for cash. Samples requested. + :/a ?

I I I will ..:comply bi
, Dr. J. 0. Haynes spent the weekend I The To''n Council rtsr\ts the ritht to r't.. tt>(!ue. tE'd that all owing will; settle so '\ farm will be available! for inspection |Iand | E. S. MATTHEWS, + 218 W. F.}rsyth SU +

': at St. Augustine and returned jest any anJ ail l lids. I the oil btidiess,;; can be closed.: II observation and methods of feeding 'i' 12-Gl-2t.: : : President. + JACKSONVILLE, FL.I .\. + = Ki'
order of the i-aid T-"n Ccunc.l of thtTown
1 home Monday, accompanied by Mrs. By of St..rke. Florida.: I This occasion is taker to thank oar and handling them will be shown I I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t

E. s.TTHEWS.. [ patrons fcr the hanbome bus- D. E. Knight, Esq., i is having new
Ha'nes.Irs.: Haynes had spent some ,. I many I in practice Short trips will be made j I II I ..-- --- --- -- Y
. .. Attest; Chairman.C. which has befn given U-?, and I 1 erected around his property I ; 3. y
time with her daughter there, Mrs. A. FUTPH.Town i jine :s to large stables and herds of beef cattle fencing
.' them that our efforts to North Walnut street. :Mr: CM tint, OtHtr RiniSiei Kau'i Can 1
Clerk. to
. W. J. Grant, while recovering her assure near Gainesville.!!
,Town Sal 1.';.St. I them and protect their interests I 10:1 The! worst eases ao matter of how lorz rtndinj s,
health, which has been poor 6f late. serve ire aired by the wondei-al old reliable: Dr.Porter's .
will be increased. Bite sale starts Saturday: : at Stern- Saturday is the first day cf sale! at Antiseptic HtainOJ.. It relieves
Her many friends will be glad to'l learn It will pay yea to come to this 5 lIe
J. R. DAVIS.: Ferg s. Sterrlerg's. Pain ui fica K 'ie tome tx-e. ::Sc,Me, $Leo. xw ,
that she is .1 I _
"-. now greatly improved. at Sternberg's. .' I I T'tom


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d PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRID.\
Y, JAXtAUY 7. 1916.

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Borrowed money _--____-__----___________--_________________ 11.731.6S Repairs to buildings _
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-'------------ ________--_________--_-_ _
: REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCESThe Insurance -------...----------------------------_--___ -__"_ __ 1.11

2.3"0.17 Transportation of pupil -----------______ ___ _____ ____ 'Ij"ii
F. X. Andrews account ____ n___________ ___ _______ __ 35.M7.4" I.-ciiienta's! for schools -- -- I.I.I )1
,---------------------------_____ ._ 63.23:

following report of the Receipts and Disbursement of the several funds for the perioiencmv t Deficit Dec. 31, 1914 ________________________u____________________ 31,784.08Treasurer's Salary Lilrarte-! of ------0---------0-\ --__n:::::::::::::::::: .......- n').:9
I December 31st. 1914, with the balances and lK Amount of Warrants Outstanding, mo--m ::_______ _. .??
overdraft :31, 1914 ._______________ ______ ____ 7 I
Statement of the Assets and Liabilities and Value of fthe Property of BRADFORD COUNTYas De. u 1.3'5.li Tr'.e.lnI expenses of dpenntendent --________________._________ 5.10 '
____ __ __ __ __ _
outstanding Dec. 31. ________ 33,3.01I
i Warrant u_ I'er diem and mileage t board
reported by the Hoard of County Commissioners and Clerk of the Circuit Court of said H.l Public Instriction ___?.________._ ) !

I County, is hereby published under the provisions of Chapter 6423. Laws of Florida. Commissions of treasui-r ----------.______...______._________ .. 21).4.
t W. V. KNOTT Comptroller. statement of Special Tax School Districts see Tabulate Statement.) Incidentals for board a.JIsuPt ---_________________________.___I,. lil. :
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES DEE
f GENERAL FUND Financial statement bnks __.-.--....--.._________.____________,_ 29.9.5:
: Treasurers balance reported July I, 1914. overdraft -_________________ $ 91.:: Assets Prlntnl _un- ___...____._..__. _... ____. 22.50
Balance cash in hands of all funds _________________________
Warranta outstanding reported July 1. 1914 -________________________$ 2.51)0.98 treasurer, 1,996.50 EI'ensr of exminatif -------________________.___ :__::::= 80.00
_______ __ __ ______________ ______
Uncollected __
Add error outstanding No. 3200 -------______________________________ .10 2,501.08 taxes, current year 19, b3.l Committee __- J----------.----__.___ __..__ ___. o.OO

f Canning club work _____________
-+----------- _________ .. 258.33
9 Slaking deficit July 1. 1914 _____m_____1. -____________________ 2 S9;:Q I Liabilities 21,450.41 Attorney fee ---.- {-.---------------------_-____-_ _> 100.00

Receipts July lit to December 31st 1914 Interest ___________ _
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: ----------- ----------- _____ .. 989.13
t Tax Collector Warrants outstanding for current expenses ___________________u____ 12560.53 .
From _________ __ _____ Borrowed money -----..-------------------------_.----- i 12, 20.00 27,846.08
Taxes and licenses __________ Other e\'idence of indebtedness payment deferred 5,610,00Money -
__ _________________________ 1,990.03
From Clerk Circuit Court due on contracts, drainage _______________________uu____ 20256.10 :30
:- Deficit in fund June 1915 _____ L 6 417
Car corrugated culverts _____________________________________.________ 4.376.60It. ----------------- .---__
Candidates filing fee ___________________________________. 38.50Fr balance Just 30, 1915
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: m Comptroller R bonds outstanding ____.______________________________ 5, 50.00 Traburer' ----------------------- -80.

-: Hire state convicts _______________________________________ 182.55 Warrants outstanding June 30. 1915 ---------________________i 5,675.65
Tax redemptions --_______.________--_-___-____________ 6.01 4S.553.43 For( statemAt of Special Tax School Districts see Tabulat! Statement,)

R. R. and Tel. Taxes ____________________________________ 600.39 VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY ITATEMENT OF ASSETS AND
Court house and jail _____________________________u________________ 25500.00 LIABILITIES

Steel bridge over New River ________________________________.u_____ 12.000.00 .i
I 3.317.43 Road ___.______..______ __ __ Balance cash in hand of treasurer, all :; ---------------__._ __________ 2t.5.US
_. .
machinery .. ... .......____._ I
i I Add treasurer's error Feb. and April _________.____.._____________ 1.10 3.3! .5S i 1000.00 Uncollected taxes curtnt year ____________________________________,.____________ 12547.67
____ _
1 Road improvements, culverts _____________...._.______...______ 5000.00 I

Net ...... ..... 526.3Dfibursemenla 8 I
..
-- -
---- --------------------- -- 37.3U2.S2
July lit to December; Slat 1914 : 43,500.00 Liabilities

r Salary clerk circuit court as county auditor and clerk board of county Warrants outstanding for current expenses ____.__..____..________ .__________ 4.202.97

L Commissioners ----------_______________________.__________________ 467.62: e Warrants outstanding payments deferred -----------------______-. ________ 11.72680

f Per diem and mileage beard co Coors _________________________.______ 328.20 Liabilities outstanding no warrants issued --------_______._____.____________ 3452.15

f Sheriff for attendance co comrs -_____________________________________ 40.00 Drainage script outst lding ____ _n____________________________ ________ 18.067.96
Attorney for comrs ________________________________________ 70.00 REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCESThe Railroad bonds ------- --------_______ i_____ 5.750.00

Supervisor of re are _____________________...__............-...._ 137.00 School fund warrants ending _- -----------___._____________ 5675.65
_
1 Expenses of : Special tax school u.jtnct warrants outstanding __--________----:________ -__ 7.44S.24
f ; I Janitors, etc -------.----------------____....__.__......... 105.00 following report of the Receipts and Disbursement of the several funds for the Bonds outstand'ng ___.__________ ________ _____ .-________ 86.000.00
E Lights fuel and x'_ _______________-________ ..; ending June 30th. 1915 with the balances and the Amount of Warrants outstanding ptio ---

r -------urance -___________________________ .00 Statement of the Assets and Liabilities and Value of fthe Property of BRADFORD COUNTY. 142.324.77

'1 Incidentals ------ --- -------,_______________________ 116.{'1 as reported ty the Board of County Commidi.neM and Clerk of the Circuit Court of said VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTYCourt

Allowance made to paupers by warrants _.______.__....__..........___ 621.00Coroners County, is hereby published under the provisions of Chapter t :S. Laws of Florida. house and jail --___- -_ _--___ -- _nh.u __-..-_ ___ 5.0.1

r: inquesU :- -Kits of officers, etc -------------.------------ 116.5 W. V. KNOTT. Comptroller. School houses and lot., etc .- _--._ __ -_ -______ -- .h __.____ _h 82.3UO.OO
:' Insanity inquiritaF "* of officers, etc _______________............. Ibi ..Sr GENERAL FUND Steel bridges and road machinery __ 19,200.00

I Stationer and printing :- Treasurer's balance January 1, Ill ____ __ ______________________ $ 1,109.56

t Blanks etc 83.21. Warrants outstanding Jan. 1, 1915 __ ______________________________ 5.3i0.44 l :.OIO.OO
; I Recur 1* >.:: :

N i advert 21" Elicit Ju 1. 1915 _______________.______________________________ 4.260.86 -
I Commissions to ofc"csAessor :- Receipts January 1st. to June 30th, 1913:

____.__..._..__.._........_.._......._............. 1,383.',1 Prim Tax Collector taxes and lic..nst ____________________________3 4.31.9-<

Collector -- ---.._. 4iti>>4Treasurer R. R. and Tel Taxes __________._ __________-_________ 2,347.87; REPORT OF COUNTY
i =====-========:::::::....:::::..........::::::::: 1717::'6I Ia.C'm"tn.ler. ____nh____ 1.1- *>,6"'.9'

r I Sheriff, general court work ______________________.___ ______ 46..at1 l .d"nwtons uuunnnuuhn FINANCE

r I Clerk circuit cour recording, etc .___.__.___.__________N....... -16."in Making net _________--_----_- -________--_________-- ___________- 2.407.11 of the and
i Expenses of Uln --_________________._____________________ 425.80 5,968.64 Disbursements January let to June 30th. 1915: Lading The following September report<50th. 1915. Receipts with the balances Disbursements and the period,


i Deficit in fund Dec. :31. W4 ___n____________________________--. 5.242.3t Salary Commissioners clerk circuit Court_ as_ county auditor and___clerk___ board_____of___county______ 393..3Per Statement of the Assets and Liabilities and Value of fthe Property ci BRADFORD COUNTY,

i t I Warrant outstanding Dec. :31. 1M4 _._____________________u_____ 5,370.44 diem: and mileage board n h countyeommrs unnn_ ________n_______________ 2M.SO: a- reported is hereby b> the Bar of under County the provisions Commissioners of Chapter and Clerk 642H.of I.\s',e Circuit Court of said
County of Florida.W. .
1 s eVtf for attendance on hoard Co ___________________________ 4.mlAttorney
Treasurer's balance Dec. 31: 1914 ________ _________________________ 1:8.01 for Load co comrs _____C.flt____unuuu_________ *..6iSupervisor V. KNOTT, Cvmrlroller.

f F. N. Andrews overdraft transferred ____unu______________________ !/15" l.lOS.oS"" : of registration ____ _________________________ : GENERAL FUNDTreasurer's
nnnu f'J lalarce July i. 1915 ___ _______________________ S
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND: ___________ _____________________ .: u 38 1
house
j Repairs to buildings :court Juy! 1 __ _____ _____________ _.
Warrants outstanding 1. _
Treasurer's balance July 1 1914 ________________________ 13'U9p. : ---- 1.672.77
reported n Furniture and fixtures : house ______________________________ 10.S11<
Add corrections by auditor ______________.__.__..___________________ ;U 163,3! Expenses --ClIUr etc ____ ________________ .__ i)
: county : janitor. -- -- 9.il Deficit July 1, 1915 __ ___ ____ .________:_ ___ __ -_,
-- -- 1,634.56
-
-- Lights fuel and water _____________ ____________________ 96.5.3 .
\- Warrants outstanding reported July 1, 1914 __________________________ 1,12U.t2 Insurance -...__--________--__---______________________ 3rtIncidtntals -''<> CoUector- Receipts July 'a to September 30th, 191UFrom -
Tax
i I : _____ _______ -______---_______________ 133.1o.anrrs ______ __ _________ __ __ __ ;
-- Taxes __ __ __ .
__ __ -
'' _
Deficit in fund July 1. 1914 ____________n___________________________ 957.51 .\ made to l>aupln by warrants __n_________________________ 6'50 From ,! ------- $ 946.20

Rrreio July lit fa Dfrrmhfr alit 1S14 : Coroners inquests :-Officers fees, etc _____________________________ S.tl" COtrolIr- __
_
_________ __
f From officers :-Fines, etc _________ _____n________________-.... SoS.SS Insanity fees etc ___________________ __h_______ 38s9 ---- ------ -- __ _;._ 2.H 9t .20
____ Cart bond ___________________________________ 43M.OO inquiri.Oticll -
__
rEtreated etc ______ ______________ 91.63 f
_
StationlY u deficit __ __ ___ __________ __
Leaving .
; Tax cull.tor -Tae___nn___________________________ SHire Record books .--blanJ.__________ ____________ _______ -- -- -- -- ----- _--4-- 6 8.36

state convicts _______________________________________ 11.53Tax Commissions paid to u collector __________-________ ___ 5 9.5 Disbursement July lit to September 30th. mi :
redemptions ______________________.___________________ .!'3 1.67803 utir..r-. u Salary clerk circuit court as county auditor ard clerk board of c*>uaty
Treasurer _____________u____________._________________ 365 __ ______________ __ __________ _
Commi.sioner -- -- -- --
Sheriff for general court work ______________________________________ 142.29 u 161.50l..r
diem and board __________________ _
___ _
Making net ____ __________ ______ ______ _________________ 720.5- mileage county comrs u_ 198.00
-- -- Clerk circuit court recording etc ____________________________________ 2UI60 '
for board co comrs ____ __________________________________ 12.51
\torn.y u
Disbursements July lit to December 31st, 1914 : Expenses of election __ _________ ____________- _____ ___
Cost of criminal -- ---- -- -- 1.0l Supervisor of registration --_ ____-_________________ -. 31.21Expenses
prosecutions :- Error in outstanding warrant ___ __________________ S.OoO.li
Sheriff and bills ____________________________ 1.H59.59Constables unnu of cunt buildings : 1
d"l.utit cot etc __________________________________________ ___ 45.00
____ ______________________________________ ;
____ __ __ __
-- -- 3.t1 Deficit in fund June 30th. 1915 __ __ __ __ __________ 653"6
fuel and __ ___ _
L'ghts. __ ________ ___
Clerk I circuit court __ __ _______ ______________ 1 water h h_ 36.il
h Treasurers lalance June 30. 15 ____ ____. __________ 3S-21
nnn n Incidentals ___ __ _____________________________
.
_______ _____________ ____ ________ ---- n
_. County judge 121"2
Justice of peace __ .___ Due from F. N. Andrews, ex-trj-a>urer _______________________________ 9M.50 Allowances to paupers by warrants ______________________.-?._ ._ .__ 309.29Coroner's
--- -------------,----- ----
Witness fees uu_______________________-_____-__________ 6 CI'O. Warrants outstanding June :3d. 1S>15 __________________ __________, 1672.77 inquests--Otitcers fees, etc ________________________n_ Is*.02
Insanity fees ______________ __ _
Sheriff commissions on fines ________u_____________________ 103.71 FINEND FOFEITURE FUND in'luiriuOdicn etc __ ___ ._ 20.55

prisoners ____ _._______________________________. __ Station and I.rntina:
Feeding n llH.1 Treasurer's balance Jan. 1. 1915 ____nnU____________________ lS'1 ______ _________________. s... 4464
ray Bf jurors: in criminal eases, J 1 and county courts.... 102.10 Warrants outstanding Jan. 1. 1915 ______ _______________________ 2,4->6.3i 0---- .
u Record books _____ __ __________ _________ 49.73Ad'ertsing
: Proportion of taxes refunded! to banks._____________________ 5_W -- -- -- _- _
Commissions of tr ________________________________ 18.73 : required by law _____.___________.______u :_ 242.20Commissions
aun'r Deficit in fund Jan. 1. 1915 _____ ______.________________ 3288r
1 Disinfectant ______n_____________________________________ 147.60 3. 0.5S Receint nnu January u June 1913 : paid olle..I':-
I to 3011. : Tax assessor _. _.i,__ 273.42
-- From tax collector-taxes ________________________________________ :01.81 uhnu-
Tax collector ____________ _____________ _
_
Deficit in fund Dec. 31, 1914 __________________________________ 2,6-2.03 -- ----- 74.04
n _____ ___ __ _____ ____ ;
Officersfines and forfeitures ____ ______ 322.
t Treasurer ______ ___ ______ _______________________ 61.46
outstanding Dec. 31, 1SU4 __,___________________________ 2.40S.51 -- -- --
Warrant Comptroller- redemptions ______________________________________ Clerk circuit court for recording, etc __________________________..L110.55
R. and Tel taxes _________________________________ 3t>
Balance D. 31. 1914 ____________________________________________ 193.52 Cum"trltr-R money ________ ____ __ ________ ___ __________ :2.51'O.dO b.5t Adjusting former t.urH's account -------------..........-----<-- 190 1.87944:
-- -- -- -- --
F. N overdraft transferred _u______________________________ 353._3Treasurer' 3,91.4Iaking
__________ ______ Deficit Sept. 30. 1915 ____________________ ____J-__ 2.o7.80
balance as shown Dec. 31. 1 14 __ __ ___ 157.71 ------ -- -
__ _. ___ ____
__ _____ _
___
nit _
ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND ---- -- ----_ -- -- l,52 61 Treasurers ba'anee' Sept. 3(1.( 1915 ___ -____________________. S._. .50
Disbursements January lit (a June 3tlth, 1913:
j Treasurer's balance reported July I, 1914 ________________________ 6.223.62 Cost bills in criminal c --- -- --
________________________ casts :- Warrants outstanding Sept. ). 115! ___ ______ __ ___ __ .? .2,568.30
Warrants outstanding July I, 1S14 8,193.90 : -- -- -- --
I'eprd Sheriff and deputies _______________________________________ 590.S4 FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND -

Constables _____________________________ _________________ 37.00 .
n balance July 1. 1915 ______________________________ ,
Deficit in fund July 1, 1914 ____________ __ ___ ___________________ 1,970.2 TnauJr's -- J--- 43.59
n n Clerk circuit _________________________
court ______________._ .
Receipts July Ian to December Slat 1914 1110 Warrant outstanding July: 1. 1915 ____________________________ _!___ 3,996.59I
: Clerk criminal court of record _____________________________ II.6b ____ _
From Sheriff:- County judge _____________________ ______________________ i JK
u Deficit July I, 1 ____ __ _________ _________ ____ __ .__
For county convicts leased _________________________________ 160.30 Justice of peace ______________hun______________ 33.3\ } -- -- July lit -to- September-- 30th.--1915 3.95100 f 4

From, Tax Collector- Witness fees ______________________________________ Kect'ipt ; y'rrom .-
_________________________________ __ n 5'3.51 Tax Collector- :
Taxes and licenses ____ : .6 f ;
.5 Sheriffs commissions on tnt collected _______________u____________ .' Taxes ______ _____ ____________________ ___.____ 154.08
From Florida Metal Company n.-- --- u -- f |
Feeding prisoners __ ___ __________________________________ 798.95
-- -- -- -- Frcm Comptroller-
________ _____ __ __ __ *,
Refund _ __ __________ 100.00 's
Pay of jurors in justice of and ________________
From peace county courts -- 66.00Treasurer's i Tax redemptions ___ __ ____________________ .4* '
Comptroller nn
commissions! --------_______________....__.__.____ 13.60 I Officer, fines, etc ______________________________________.
Tax redemptions __________________________________________ 7.64 285.58 292.93
and __________________ _
Disinfectant freight __ _____ _
__________ 3.45 5.1S0.38 Borrowed money __________________________________.___ l.OUO.VO 1447.41 =.

Making _______________.__________________________________ 815.30 Deficit June 30, 1915 ______________________________-___________ 3597 Leaving deficit :
Disbursement July lit to Der.mbe 31st, 1J14: F. N. Andrews account ____ _______. ____________________ 353.23 -- ------------------------ ;--- ------------ .--- 2,503.59
Paid to co eomrs for road inspection ______________________________ 199.ml- uuu Disbursement July Itt September 30th. 1J15: J
Cot of material ___..........___n_________________________ 328.72 Tr aurr's balance June 30, 1915 ________________u__________. 45.59 Sheriffs and deputies, coat bill _________,_________________________ 296.58

Constables cost bills ____ __________________________ .______________ .
and machinery repairs, etc ______________________________ S5.10 39.50 -
COt Warrants ___ __ _
June __ ____ ____
____ _
Tol outstanding 30. 1915
for free labor __________________________________________________ 561.74 ROAD u ,_ 3996.59 County judge cost bills u_______________________________-____-,,___ 35.57 f?

Pay of convict guards ___________ _________________________________ AND BRIDGE FUNDTreasurer's Justice of J.tl cot bills --.-_________________--_________-._..... 8.20 /",'
balance January 1 1915 _________________ __ .
13.51 ____ _______ 495.14 Witness fees _____________ ________________________________..____
Feeding and care of convicts on ____________________________ n 105.50 \
u Warrants Jan. 1 _______________
road outstanding 1915 _____
158.1 ___________
n 9,060.08 commissions fines collected _______________ ,
_____ :
on ___ __
Account of roads built by ____________u_________________ Sheril's u 14.12 -
Account of bridges built by contract _________________________________ 1.19. Fttdin prisoner and incidentals ___________________.___________u 427.18 J ""t.
Deficit Jan. 1. 1915 ____________________________________________
Payments account of convicts; discharged ____________________________ 414.50 Receipt 8,564.94 Jurr in county and J of P courts -____________________. _._.____ 24.00 f f :.'
Paid to incorporated cities and towns ___________________________:_ l, :6.U From tax January lt. to June 30th. 1915: Interest on loans uuu-____________________________.'____ 359.69 .

[ Refunded taxes to banks ________________-________________ ____ 62.78 colttor-. __ __________________ ______________ ___ __ Game warden -_____ _--_________.__.____......______.____--_ __ 25.00
paid on warrants No. 94 18 ______________________________.._____ 43.33 9,331.6iMakinlr Auto axt n- -- ____ u 4,916.59 Trea.u\r's commissions, ---------------------------_...__........... 34.73 1
Int hcenht -- -- ------_ _.......--_.._--___ l5.IO Disinftctant. _____u_______ _______________________-_____________ 232.25 J

__ __ __ From Comptrlllr- Borrowed money ________________ _____________________________ r
deficit ______________ _ __ ______________________ 8,516.3 Tax ___ ___ __ __________________ n 1.000.00 2.602.32
red..mption-- -- -- 1.30
-- -- f
_________________ _____ _
Less __ _
treasurer's
errors in account 125.72
R. R. and Tel. Taxes _uu__--_ _____________________ 2.705.70 Deficit September 30. 1915 _______________________________ _;____ 5,105.91
! A. V. Long, 75 percent Andrews shortage _________________________ 130.72 7,899.31 Treasurere balance S 30. 1915 _________________________ _
Deficit in fund Dec. 31, 191 _____ _____________.___________ 8,390.65 ( _- --- (ring

Waranl putstandinl Dec. 1914 ______________________________ 9.060,08r Leaving _______ _________ _____ __ ;
________
dfcit -- -- -- ______ 665.63
Warantl outstanding Sept 30, 1915 ---.--________________________

Treasurer's balance Dec. II, 1914 ____.____________________________ of road Disbursement J.nuar lit to June 38th. 1915: ROAD FUND 5.1'2.00.I
(' F. N. Andrews shortage acct transferred ____________ __-.____________ 1\.l. 669.43 Salarit Paid to supts and O.t'er_--_____--______________________ 16.00 Trflu-tr's balance July 1, 1915 ---___________________________.____. 50505
\ county for road ______________ _
DRAINAGE FUNDTreaeurer's : comrs inspection _____________ 70.00 Warrants outstanding July 1. 1915 ___ .____________ ________
Cast of material __________________________________ _________ -- -- 8,789.00Dtficit
nOh 2- .6
balance July 1. 1914 _____________________________________ 1109.18 Tools and : |
machinery, cost and repairs ________________________________ .
49 : 1.
Warrants outstanding July 1, 1914 __ ____ ___ ________ July 1. 1915 _________, __
-------------------- 5,283.95
nu u 5158.91 Paid for free -------- --
labor other than guards _________________________.______ 310.92
Pay of convict guards ____________________________________________. H'8.00 from Tax Collector Receipt* Joly'at to Sep1.mbe 30th, 1515 : I
Deficit in fund July 1. 1914 _______ _______ ______ ____ 4049.73 I\
-- -- -- -- --
Rfwio July bat December 31st, 1914 : Feeding and care of convicts ---- _________________________________ 1. 53.3: Tax _________________________ _______________:___ 1,078.22 ,
Interest on warrants ___ __________________ .
From Tax collector:-Taxes ______________nn____,_________________ 2.18U16 Payments .hnn .___-________ 115.02 Autil.cin.e --------------______________--_____ i ____ 90.00 I I
Warrants _____ __ account of discharged convicts_ ____________________________ 5420 (V.ri'i'vr. -- .
cancelled and bonds issued __ ____ ________________ 6,078.7 Frul -
Warrant ____ ______._ __ Paid to incorporated cities and towns ---______________--_____________ !. 5.20 4.618.32 Tax ions ________ _
cancelled and bond issued ________________ 350. l.o.') ----- __ __________________.,,__ 2.86 1171.08 j
Account of F. N. --------- ------ --- -- --- __. 104 bl --- ,
t13.6MaJing Making deficit June 30, IfrlS --- _____----_______________--_____ 5.283.95 Lta.icv ik'irit: _____--________ ______ __ ______________ ____
balance June 30, 1916 _________ __ _______________._____ -- 4,12.87
Trtasurrs
__ __ n 05.05
_
net nnnnh____ ____________________ 4,664.03 DisbDnement July lit to September 20th 1315:
Disbursement July lit to December 3lit. 1914 : raid c2. cum,' for road inspection _________ _________ ._ ; 86.00
a Salary engineer ___--___--_____--_ ______-______________________ 199! .M Warrant outstanding June 30, 1915 ____n____________________ 578900 Cost of it'-iml. __--___--______--_ _______0____--________ _u--_-_- 540.47 I v

c Payments on contract ___________ -______-_--___________ 4.422.M BUILDING FUND tools, tnl 'rihclunery.) ,.f-t and ____ __________ _; ___
} Committeemen and _________ __ __ __ Treasurer's balance Jan. 1, 1913 ______________ ____________________ 150.79 I;-:.Id for free I""r. rlair _nu_ 4.55 :
e"pende--- ______________ 141.t'ii Warrants ct. r tluiu n _____________________ ____ ,
rt Commissions of trt'asunr hnn________._________________________ 18.69 outstanding Jan. 1, 1915 ---____________________________ 5630.30 I Pay: of convict guards --- _----_'ar.--_______ _________--__-_?.____ 3615S. .,

; Commissions of Tax Collector _____________________________________ 1".63 Defilicit Jan. Feeding and care of convicts, on road____________uu_______ ._ ____ 1.05950 t
Taxes refunded -________-__________________________ ______________ 184 4U I, 1915 -n-u______________________ 5,47 7i ['a>'nieiits acct of roads built by _______n____________ _______ 1900 .

Interest on past due warrants _____________________________________ 1,016.86 From Tax Collector Receipts January lit. to June 3Cth. 1915: P inenti to discharrged convicts _____________________________._____ 37.00 '_

Attorney for district _n__ ._________________________________ 50.00 Taxes : Paid i'.coi-purated cites and towns ___________________________._ ___ 110.33
Cups destroyed ____HUuu__________ .n___________________ :33_in From Comptroller---- -------________ ________--_________________ 1,404.5: Treasurer's ccmmissions and interest _______________n_______ __ .____ 87.57 2,788.97 I

Transferred to bond fund --------_________________________________ 6'>0.nrt 6,676.56 t
Tax redemptions --------- ----------__ __ __--____--__ .37 Making deficit Sept. 30, 1915 __ __ __ __ __________ ____ '
Deficit in fund 31 1914 ______ ___ __ R. R. and Tel. Taxes -- _________________________________ 773.< 5 Treasurers -- -- 6,901.64
D. un ______ ____________ 2012.53 A. V. Lon balance Sept. 30. 1913 --unU____........ ..___. 19.
; on Andrews shortage __________________________ .
Treasurer De. 31. 1914 --------__________________________ !3. --- 51.71 2,75'.71

: Making d,-tictt -___ Warrant outstanding Sept. 30. 1915 __________n_________._ _____ 6921.80
---- __ ______ ___ _______ __
Warrants outstanding Dec. 31, 1914 ---- ____________________- 2.507.91 n n 271980 BUILDING FUND ,

BOND FUND Ihsbu"ement January Int. to June 30th, 1915; Trlauru's balance July 1. 1913 ___________ _____________ _____
Interest n u -- 684.05
Balance in hands of trustees July 1, 1914 _________.________________, None Treasurer's on warrants _____________________________________ 616.1' Warrants outstanding July 1, 1V15 nn____________.________. ______ i
Script outstanding July 1, 1914 _______________.___________f_______ 13.0tfl.itl commissions -----________________________________________ 145't! 4,03".0 '. '

Transferred from drainage fund ________________________._____. ______ b'iMl.00 1"I.ain to court house and jail .--____ __-____----________-_____ 5.11)I 62625 Deficit July 1, 1915 .______n'unn_ -_--------._ ----- 3.343.95


Making ____uu__--0 ____ __ _________ ________ __ 17.4al.50 Deficit June 3t, liilS _.-______ ____ ______.__________________ 3.34395 Tax Collector: Receipt July 'it to September 30th 1)'5 ; 1"rom .

July lit December Treasurers balance June 3'i, 1915 _Hn___________________________ Taxes ___ __ ____
D.burem.nts to 31st, 1914 ; 6405 ___ -_______ _____. _.. _____ 308.07
Script No. 14 and 15 up warrants ________u_________________ 6.42K.79 From Comptroller: I I
Warrants outstanding June 30, 1813 _________.._________________ 40'lrtno I Tax redemptions
3U8.t>
Script outstanding Dec. 31, 1M4 ____nu_______________________ "J,9li( ."a DRAINAGE FUND !
BUILDING FUND Treasurer's balance Jan. 1. 1915 ____________________________________ 4328 : _._ -- --
: deficit -- -- -- _____--___--__________________ __ 6
Treasurer balance Warrants outstanding Jan. 1, 1915 ________ ___________________ a.ll no 3.03i.l
July 1. 19l ------___________ _________________ 194573 nnn 2,0y.i8l li"bl.emenh July, Ut l September 30h,1915 :

Warrants outbtand.ng July l l -----n_______________ 6151.11 Deficit Jan 1915 -- r'eist in outstanding: \\arrants__hnnu_______________ ___i__ 810 *
1. ___ ___
-n hH ---_______ 2.01755 "rea.si.rer commissions __-__ __ -_----_--__--______ _____ 17.85 25 '
Deficit
July 1, 1M4 ___________ Kereitu Januay lt. to June 30th 1915 : !
n------n Receipt July Is! to December 5.011427 From Tax Collector : Tats ________________________________________ __ _______ -- ----
From Tax JUI, 1914 : 3lt1 IkncitSept.. 3d. 115 ______________________ __ ___ S.Ofiliil
Collector Treasurer's talance Stpt. 3", 1915 _____ .
__ __ ,______
Taxes --H--------____n_____________ _________ _____ JSA. ain. net ---------___--____.___...-...____-__- ________________ 1,11967 : n ._- 966.99- --

, From Comptroller: Disbursements January Ut :u June 3l'th. 1915: Warrants outstanding Stpt. 30' 1915___________________: ,_____
Tax redtmptiuns _______________ ____________________ 1.55 Treasurer's cumm".luns __--_____--____ ._nun__________________ 1..i'} DRAINAGE FUND IJ3".I"
4"4.3S Taxes refunded ____________________________________
_
------------ 32.00 Treasurer's .
balance: July! 1. IHS: ______________.___ ._____ *"
Ia"inl deficit _nu_--.----------------- --______________ 1,5:9.89 Interest em warrants ______n-_________________________-__________ 21.00 Warrants outstanding July 1. IMS nuu________________________ .-._ __ l,37t 54141
Ih.burumenl July lit to Deceraber 3Ut. iVu"Repairs Interest Coupons paid --------------------n____ ____ 82.33:

Interest to on court outstanding house < jai -----_ _____--___I__I.I"I:::::-------- 67.5:1: Ta\ ol.rtor.s commi. ------------u____________ 4 ti 207.60 Balance! in fund Juiy: I. 1915 _________hUUU_____ ___- ----- 537.0--
--- ---
-
Commissions .>f tn'.unr _____- _- ""___:::::::: 50. 97.. j Balance in fund June 80. 1915 ----------__________________ __ 42.i'7 Fn'm Tax Collector:: R"reipl July lit to S"ptt'lbr 30th. }J15: -

T ves rdun.l.d -- .---.--- .-- ___ ._ __IIIIIIII" ,2 W.rrnt Outstanding June 30 IMS ____ ____________ ____ __ :
Refund to road all bridge fund ___n____ --11---- }., -- -- -- 541.411.4S3.4S Taxes --____u-____----_----______--__--_--__--__ .______ 274.0; .
----------------- From
--------- 40 173.98
: ComlttJI"r-
____________ __ __ _
jj __ _78 ")
-- Ta redemptions ---- -- --
I Making -- -- --- ________ ____ ____ -- Treasurers balance June 3'>, 1JJ15 n_________________________________ 14767 -- n

Tran.rerr account of F. S Andrews __.____.______-------..--::.. .5.63 *.:M.8S Andrews account transferred ___.__Un________________________ 104.M 1.451.4: Making -----.--u_ -__- ______________________.___ ;__h__--4.10 1.H5 :a

Making total deficit ) 31. _. __ ; 'Disbursements July let U S.ptlbe 3UI|. 1915 : .
balance Dec. 31. 19l_ ==_. .===- _-_--"---------- 5.479.51 Balance BOND FUND Interest on warrants and scrIpt _--_ ____ _u__________ _n____
i Tre."rr': 1\14 n n ------w-____ 15'579 Warrants in bands of trustees Jan. 1. 1SI5 ____________________________ none Treasurers c"mml.biun- -- ____________________________ .. uu__ 1,01.62. 4

L outstanding Dec. 31, ly\t "- Receipts,Jan.ouHtamlint Jan. 1. 1915 ---_____________--_____-- "'3 9W9 Tax collector commissions __________________________________ ____ 2.94
1 Warrant ------------- a.630.30Treasurer' tat to Jan. 30., K'la ____________ ___________III.-I.I "j .33 Transferred to bond fond ___________ ______ ______ __ _.u__- 1,449,53 2.572
S.Hooit.i .

, Varranu .outstanding balance July July 1. 1.1914 1!14--_____h___________________________________-__ 0,019.5 Warrant outstanding, June 3u, 1915 ---___________________________ 23.817.96 Deficit September 30. 1315 Uu___________________________u :-----T 1.IK.61 '

1\ Treasurer's Va'ance! Jan 1. SCHOOL FUND Treasurer', balance! Sept 30, 1915 __________________________,,______ 464 t -

Deficit July I, 1914 _______uuu___________________.____________ W arrant* outstanding Jan y. 1.1915. overdraft -1-IIII"I"I"I__"__" 139-0- --- -
Receipts from all sources July let to Dec. 31, 1914 ---.-----_________ 1: bS>8'9 01 hiS -----__- ________ 33J389.01 Warrant. outstanding Sept. JO, 1915 __u_________________,_______ .46T! 29 a

Deficit Jan I, J9ij __.__ _____ BOND FUNDWarrants y4
Making net ------_- .------__ ___ _________ _____ 10'339 From *erelpt. ---lit--to-"June-- SolK ------- 3"bt.( \ outstanding July 1, 1915 _________________u_.___ _: _____ 23,81.96 '
) July lit December 31st ISlTfSalaries Tax Collector Januar 1915 : .
labun..nt Transferred
t from Drainage fund ___hUh__- -_ 1.489. ,

of teachers -_--------'.- ---------__,_ ____ ______ 13,297.00 Taxes u_- __ ""_______ __ _________ _
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Various --- _______
_____ ____ -- 10,. K7
New buildings __-- ---- _--______--___--____- 1,63$ From -------------------u---------n Outstanding Spt. 30, 1915 nhhh :2.328.3
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Repairs to buildings _______------______________________:::::::::: 113.41 Comptroller. _____ 205.00int.
Com. sahool fund REPORTS roNTIXUEI) OX PAGE 7 '1
DISTRICTS
t s==================-===:==============:==:==:::::::::::: 3,57648 70:36 One R. R.mill and school Tel. Tae tax _:-----------n---------------_-_-__--__-_-_-_-_--__-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_- l.b-iUIO 1.18050 OF SPECIAL SCHOOL


of upi --_ ----_________---________::::::::::::: 351 58S'01)Oo Tax redemptions _____IIIII:::-----------------------*---------- 5,411.55 I

scholl _._______n_______________________ H'O"> --------------------- 2.61
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Refund of poll tax --- ___u________________________,__ .__ ------- Proceeds Whenever You Need a Oeoerl Tonic .
?a'ary of superintendent __u__ __ -___-____________ ------__-.---- l'O. sale of $.'2.000.00 warrants 19,433.83 Take Grove's EY'ES;
Traveling of superintendent .... :_ :: :-- Transferr from Special Tax School District ----------------------- 29,400.00 1
I -------- -- 50.00 Tasteless
epnse :: ? Borrowe money received ----------------__--_ 22.50 The Old Standard Grove's Optician :
I Per diem board __
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------------------- ___ 2"4.go per
Commission of treasurer _______ cntdre'l "hurtal---------------------------------------- 1,38161 chill Tonic is equally valuable .a a JACKSONVILLEFLA I
------------------------ 73 51
Inc:dental* for board and superintendent _____=::: ----- 1.8i.00 57 21241 General Tonic because it contains the W' 1
-- :- --- 127.99 Making
net ___ _______
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Printing __________.____________u______________-___.?...___ 32 $0 ____-------------------------- well known tonic propertiesof QUININE Broken. Lr\s. Duplicatac
EXp'l- examination ---------------______:. 65.30: Diebirsemeats January Jigs ---------- 2:426.43 and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives Safe Day as ik'
of .I.
__________ Saaret tecbr ___ __ ht & Itl 15:
n\re.t --------------- ---------------------- 690.01Afrx -----------------'-- ------"---------- --__ 12,279.78 I out Malai Enriches the Blood and We SpcUliU on fWOrdws.WePeyPoltett

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BRADFORD COC\TT TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. !
= I'\GE SEVE1 \

+ + + Nf + + + + + + + + + + lication against the alive named defendant Flori..a fob-i' :i
; more particularly described ; i
' ( 't LEGAL NOTICES .. and defendant it appearing is a domestic unto the court that said I lows' : a. DANGER IN CHAMOIS STRAINER. THIRD LEGAL HANGINGIN MRS. WHITE ENTERTAINS: THE
concretion of the The !
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;,1:.. + + + PO11CE + + + + +.t + + + + State within of the Florida State of; that there is no person township Seven of ,NW4 Range cf Twenty-two SEt, of Section East.E. 2..1 BRADFORD COUNTY W. C. T. I'.
, Florida
OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR subpoena the wrtice of a M. JOHS.Special Few people know that in pouring
;,'tl LETTERS PATENT.XUice that upon the officers Thom fould f bind said defendant :Master. gasoline into tank (Continued From Page 1.)
; ( said corporation are J. C. POPPELL. an auto througha I'I'Last
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is hereby given that the undersigned ,
r.I ilill on the 14th day of January A. D. 1916 absent been for from a period the State of sK! of months Florida prior and have the Solicitor for Complainant. 1-.-Z chamois strainer they are taking vent prayers and exhortations in-all- Monday afternoon" at two-thir-

,'f..l to the Honorable James T. Wills. Judge filing of the above suit to their lives in their hands. of which the condemned t y o'clock Mrs. J. W.'hite entertained -
took!
.;..fI the Circuit Court for the Eighth Judicial It is!. therefore orderid I NOTICE. I man the members and friends
it considered adjudg 1-;. CIRCUIT. Attention is called to this dangerby The of I of
.Clr .t of Flroida for a (barter incorporating ed and decreed that said Bradford COURT EIGHTH part. word God is beautifuland
*",. ''tJtel! First Presbyterian Church of StarkeJlopda Development Company Appear and defend County the I JUDICIAL BRADFORD CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. the Insurance Herald-Argus, which to be reverenced wherever utter- the W. C. T. U. at her hospitable homein I

j.- 'pe4 of,which as a shall religious be to organization promote the, the Worship pur- action two brought certain mortgage against ;it upon for the land foreclosureof E. F. Williams COUNTY ; states that a number of seemingly ed, and faith, hcpe and charity are west Starke. 0 .

f-lt Cod. Said proposed charter is now on file Bradford county. F1on&. by Comer situate L. Peek in vm j inexplicable explosions occured beforeit virtues upon which the angels smile. Mrs. Stewart, the president, presided -
;, ft the office of the Clerk of the Circuit and Dura Williams and the following
Chas. A. Smith In the Circuit Court was found that the chamois strainerwas The full interesting program -
(but, in and for Bradford County Florida. of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of -Bill For Dixorce. power and beauty of that
HWITNESS our namea this 15th day of De- Florida in and for Bradford County Florida Notice to Appear the cause. The action of the gasoline splendid hymn, "Nearer My Gad to was carried out.
'
*ner. A. D. 1915. in Chancery. Greeting The State: of Florida to Dura Williams passing the tight-meshed cham- Thee," can only be realized when Song "Stand Up, Stand Up For '

NEWELL B. HULL. It is further ordered frat this order be published It having been shown ois caused the formation of static elec- heard Jesus."
by
J. R. HALLIGAN. once a week for tke space of two months affidavit that the from the lips of a person who
)s. T. CAMPBELL. in the Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper defendant Florida and is that a non-resident the residence of the State of i tricy which ignites the gasoline and stand on the threshold of eternity, Prayer Mrs. White.
GEO. C. LIVINGSTON.C. of said defendant !
of general cirtulation published in is at Fitzgerald, the explosion occurs. When thefunnelis and that Reading, "My \lother"-liss May
S. CURLING Starke Brdaford Counts Florida. is Georgia and that there sweet evangel, "I am the
JOHN UGLOW.J. no person residing in the State of Florida resting on the tank the electricy is the Fripp.
DONE AND ORDERED at Chambers in 'ne service of a subpoena way, truth and the life: He that
M. TRUBY. Gainesville. Florida this23rd. day of December bind said defendant upon whom would grounded. The danger comes when the believeth Reading, "His Motler's: Version"-
L V. LONG andEVERETT A. D. 1915. and that said defendant in me, though he were dead,
M. JOHNS. J. T. WILLS, is over the age of twenty-one years. funnel is held in the hand or rests on yet shall he live, and whosoever be- Miss Olive Ray. ;
Attorneys for Applicants. 12312mths. It is therefore ordered considered Reading, "Mother's Sons"-Mrs. D. ,
.. Judge. judged that and ad I some other non-conductor. lieveth in me shall never die" (John .
,IJ.l1-U. the said defendant Dura
Wil I
i hams, do appear to the Complainant' Bill ofi Ignorance may be bliss, but your xi:25-26), which at ordinary times, E. Knight. ..
" NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. Complaint herein on or before the 7th day of I, widow may not rejoice so take a when our minds are not attuned for Reading "A Mother's. Forgiveness*
j Thirty days after the first publication of this Notice is hereby given that all creditors February, A. D. 1916 in default whereof a I! chance of little water in the its -Mrs. Philips.Instrumental. .
-%.. otiee. I will apply to the Honorable Geo. A. legatees distributees and all persons having decree pro confesso will be entered against a gasoline reception, does not impress us '
s tardiner. County Judge of Bradford County claims or demands agaiixt the estate of J. C. :, the said Dura Williams. I rather than the chance of a hurried much shines out in its full splendorof music, "Valse Caprice"Miss
1 i I lorida, for an order to sell at private sale Carter late of Bradford county, Florida, deceased It u further ordered that this notice be I, trip into the hereafter.-Lees- promise when it is read the Peek.Instrumental.
I ,;ihe one-eighth undivided interest of Vergie, are hereby required to present the published in the Bradford County Telegraph. 1 to mori- music "Valse Romantic"
'. uTroy, Brady Bertha Mayble. Lomy. and Billy same duly authentieate4 to the undersigned i a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford : burg Commercial.To bund to sustain its spirit. -
Ipukes minor heirs of Nancy demons deceas- within two, years or phi notice will be held 'County Florida once each week for five con- Ever and anon the condemned -Miss White.
t >4d. in and to the following described lands, t.vit o- in bar thereto and all persons indebted to said I secutlve weeks. man After the program some business
"
: estate are required to PlY their said debts to IS'ITESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto Cure Children's Colds. would twst shy, furtive glances 1
An undivided one-eighth interest in Lots the administratrix forthwith. r set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir through the window at the crowd be- matters received attention and each ,1
t f! 145)) and 153) and Ell; of Lot (44) in Wood MRS J. C. CARTER 'I cuit court on this the 4th day of January Keep child dry, clothe comfortable, low and the member paid their due: for the year :
i lawn Section V3I Township (51 S Range 22i Administratrix for the estate of J. C. Carter A. D. 1916. I avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's enclosure of the scaf- 1916.
. East, containing 25 acres more or less i in deceased. 12-24-8t. W. T. WEEKS I Pine Tar Honey. It is sooth- fold. Shortly before 11 o'clock JailerAlvarez ) .'
Bradford. County Florida. i < Seal I clerk. pleasant During the social h&lf hour Mrs. "
S. E. L. DUKES. MASTER'S SALE. By R. A. WEEKS. ing antiseptic, raises phlegm and reduces came up and gave the prisoner White, assisted by Mrs. Olin H. White, i
! 12-17-51. Guardian for said Minors. Notice ;is hereby give that under and by I A. CREWS, Deputy Clerk. inflammation. The first dosegives a cigarette, which the man accepted Misses Olive Ray and Cassie White
virtue of a final decree made and renderedon Complainant's SoI'Citor.! 1-7-aL thankfully and smoked as his last ,
relief
I continued treatment withi
ORDER OF PKBLICATION. the 24th day of December A. D. 1915. in material solace. served a delicious salad course. 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Circuit court of the Eighth Judic THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR cuit of State of Florida in and for Bradford 1 long cold. Don't Alvarez bought a suit of new clothes' j
or a treatmentDon't .
crop? Note the yield on one acre- delay cere thanks to Irs.hite for her
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND County -n Chancery in suit therein pending I and a hat for the which
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, wherein D. W. Moore !.. complainant and 100 bushels peanuts. 100 pounds hay j let your child suffer. Get a bot- prisoner, the gracious hospitality ('n.'this occasion. )
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. against: Lewis Perry, defendant. I will offer and still some left h the ground for ''tle today. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine preachers helped him with putting on. i
[Comer L. Peek and Chas. A. 1 for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest Soon thereafter the ominous
Smith Complainants 1 bidder for cash in front of the courthousedoor the hogs. Write JI T. Hall, Lowell, i, Tar HOt1e)'. 25c at druggists. ((2)) the healocks clankingof S. ALVAREZ'S NEW VENTURE.
in said in the Town of Starke. was heard below
versus county Fla. and he will tail how these
{Bradford County Development i i Florida, on the 7th day of February A. D. you : and the sheriff entered, accompaniedb !
Company a corporation. |! IM16.! the same being a legal sales day. during were planted and cultivated. Also he i, For next ten days will sell my entire Messrs. Cameron Dyal G. W. Bais- 'i' S. L. Alvarez is bu: S shipping ma-
Order of Publication.This the legal hours of sale, all ofthe folowini? will make you a g-ood price on seed line of millinery at and below costIrs. i 1 tpria'' to'el1eeri mill in
den :\ Jacksonville
cause coming on to be heard upon piece, tract and body of land the same being and Johns, deputy! sheriffs, and -
motion of complainants for an girder of pub- l lying and situated in Bradford county. peanuts. 12-24-4t. -) B. B. Hopson. time was up. A few days before The pine logs are hauled to .y

White had said that there were not ,, the lot south of the ire factory, and '

I enough of men in Starke to put himon I are there sawed into Mocks of suitable '

I the scaffold, and trouble was lengths and loaded onto cars on the
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTS. I hended. But, thanks to the effective appre adjoining sidetrack.

work of the preachers, no unpleasant i I
Fresh fish and
: FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1914. 4 scene occurred. He was handcuffed'';' 109. Handy Brymer.oysters daily.12-Phone 9-tf. a

without resistance and the dolorous : '

I -. -. procession passed out led by the 11:47 a. m., Miners time. Not a ,"

: '. I .! preachers, down the stairs and then twitch did the body make; the neck
T '
i" B -; ,0.- a up the steps to the scaffold. was completely broken. The rope : ',1 '

.: f :c ." ,'e.: '' I I.a 'C i:: .ay ..:., White cast a look around at the having been stretched by a heavyweight i
"I'c. oS : ': c 1 .: e. I ':: i I :: c: : = :. great crowd. The trap doors of the for 24 hours, and varnished, .-
#> I 'f 'C < I < .
.. .. f I :: I I Y. scaffold were opsn and his next glancewas it did not untwist and the body washanging
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a ..... C'o 1 on r'" F ? o: = c a I I : I I jl;. -n' --?- through it. To allow a drop of still instead cf "dancing on '
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.. : .. :: : y ." .".. :.. .. .. ei tht and half "
Z : I : w .. I" ': I' a feet, a pit had been nothing as it would have done if ;
V- C. l: : t ;; C : 5. C i T Jj excavated beneath, and looking down hanging at the end of unstretched
an
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.. I" '. .. .... .. :: ::: .. = c .:. .. :s.... .. .. was virtually the to look '
".::: .'::: .. ::. .. '" c c: .. I" C IS .. IS .. same as into rope. ,
;: I I : Z .i = i :: ;: ;: .= : ;: his own grave. Yet he did not flinch ''! Dr. Tomlinson, cf Starke and Dr. ,

________ __ _____ ___ ______ _____ ______ :::::::: ________ ________ There
t 1 :!Ift 1011 1-------- 4': II.! I 2u v 1/ n .;.: e." u_____ ________'__ l' J l"; :.o.; II : ft.) were prayers and songs, Farnell, of Raiford \\ere in sirenn -
2 3I! 55 ________ 4.84 I 30 1..1 '____-___ _____-__' ::1: 42:! __n____ ________._______-I'_______-I' ';' 51\ ________I________. 6629 $. !'6 _____-__: 17I9 :: 5--------: Deputy Sheriff
3 39591 i 690 4S :6t:: 83 --------1'5'' :771: .__._____'________ 41 1e I 11:5: i________,______ 153 Iron ________' :6 ________'________ :: 311 Cameron read the : dance. Though life was, apparently,

: 297l ;::::::::: ::931'- .': Sol 4: oq a0: ':::::::: :::::::: :::::::: :::::::: ::::::::.:::::::: :::::::: ::::::::;::::::::':::::::: ; ; :::::::: ::::==== m ;' 149 97 (2a'5 ::::::--: talk death, in warrant.which he Then confessed White that made a extinct the immediately] after the drop, ', ,

6 116 i1 I-------_. 4'\ :9 ___-____ ________ ____ ,___ ________ 2251) ________ _______ ________ ________.________.__._____ 3.6 :1: III _____-__ 'I 34 60 St -------- he t' doctors did not dare: the body .
8 11805i i 6,1 1 35 73 ________ ________ ________ 411 -----I--------, '____.__-' Ii' 311' .4 5 ________. 05 119 '________, 3S F had shot to death the woman Clara' fully dead before 2J minutes later
991$7 l 20 211 9t'1 -----I'--------'--------'-------- 16u 391 -------- NH --- 344 Simmons, but denied having her when it dowi. '
. 10 I 1'674i; 6'1 ;;34e' --i-------------------------------------------------------5U ________ ________. :S : 50 _______-''________,-_._____,__._____,________.__-_____ 1 30 ________ ___-__ 49 65' ::7=ut I :S ftll split was cut the noose placed -
11 839' I 58 G. I It 52: 1__-___'____-___ _____-__,______ : I 123': S .3 ________ 1t6 : 1211 ; 9006u head open with an axe. He said he upon its breast, and it was brought .e
12 H i________': 11.S I 15 1111 ,____-___, ::4111' '________ --------------f----------------\-------i-----------------\ 1 5 (13 13 --------,- 16:1: Si : l'29 u4" hcd heen accused of another murder, to D. C. Jones undertaking parlors to
13 13.5 '4'n______ ::5.9 II I 50) ,____ ___'________ ________' i :53j S 01 --------' 1'.1 53: 79 h:; : ;; .;
H ,.,-" 1._______' ._, .9 I "r,0 IUI--___-___I _______ ________ __ ________ _______ 1 o') 5P ', 351''J ____--__ ______-_ ________ 225 ;;! "1'Ut was: innocent of the crime; had ., l le prepared for shipment to the dead r-.
iii ,1111 45 ;________.'; I' 3v I s'1011 "____-___;________.____._ ___J_I______I________,________I__-____-_-______.'________.. 1s. ________ been asked to commit the murder but man's parents at Therock, Ga. -
16 I 7-------- C74l1: 1 14)00 '______-'_____.__ ________ _____'________'_______-I______,_______'-__---1--______ 1t'S- I .s l4l -------- had done it. He "
; I 29$0' 42i5': .1'S. 1 I-_______ ________ _____-__ _______ .' 23 ell '________ _______-I_-_ ____I ----..' b 35 37 ________, 2' 49 !I 23 61'' 75.) not stated that the i The twelve men which the law requires i ;
18 I l4703; .________ 4-! ;) ___-_ : : ', ,1-- 3250: 125;3 ________ 11ft lIi' 143 254 crime he was to expiate was caused by shall be present at an execution :. -. A
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Sl whiskey; ho had been employed, to see that all requirements are ,
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22 I 1 3H uj :311; 1111 !01 M 20 Ot ____-on ___._-__ ____ ____ -1.100 ________ __-____ _____-__ _______ '________ ________ 19 15 00 17 S ________ -------- :: ., It several men in the crowd around had N. Kendrick. W. 8. Brannen M.
23 ________ lit'. 62 10.7: 10" ________ ________ ________ ________ I. 1'0 ___ __ ___ __ :, im 3t IItI ________ _-_____ .5 75 12'4.: 13411 774 11 :;;; IH':_ 1"1 ,
32 t3 39 40 00 6 Lousht! whiskey from him; that his: W. Hazen W.; H. Shailer, H. Austin,
: : m 55 -1S726------ 6I1 050": : :::::::: ::::::: ::::::-: _::::::: _::: :-_ ::: ': u.- -....-:,"-- :::::::: :::::::: :::::::: lu-; I ---2--:; :::::::: 4 ; : l i y;; downfall was caused through white'eope 'D. J. Byrd Mark Tomlinson, G. W. '

26 260 IS It 1"1 4'77 :lu 011 __ ______ ______ ;) :!\ __ ___ _ .o ____ ____ __ __ ____ __._ ;;'11:; ____-___ -- Ill';'; 2e: P'
37 / 4'\1 Ili 1401) 99.1 1:1'011: __ ___ ___ __ __ __ : :;" __ ___ __ __ __ __ .1\0; __ d ,a 4 6Y ;.1-----------: l ,; 1\ 4:; ] but that he forgave all; that Spires, J. A. J. McKinney, S. R. Kelly,
-, .. __ .: .. 63 ..., l ;:: : ''' '' :..:' o 10: was tied of tne world and dad H. 0. '-ames L C. Craws. 'I ,
14sis .6 ,2ti y2': 1141 ,1219: "I Sou 41'1 _______ :4'I: J"I ill:! :1 6 t'1 1\1 11 :,;; e. ;" ;; ;al I:> : .0 togo i; .

hence, and that some of the bystanders The rope was untwisted and cut up \

would] meet him in Heaven.A I into fragments and distributed among. \ "yI
TAX
BONDED SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS '
: BOOKER T. 'VASHINGTODEAU.. I song composed by the prisonerand I the crowd, who ea:! I'hpicked up !<

set to a sweet melody was now these souvenirs. .\
memorial editions of his life
Two : ; sung by the author and the preach I On former similar occasions as soon ;
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one written bv Doctor Washington him Rev. Roberson then rush
ers. offered a as the trap had ben sprung a 1
self, price $i.2j; one Frederick E. prayer, which for eloquence and fenorcc.ld had been made for the board inclosure '

!II : I := :;0 Drinker, price el. Each a complete not easily be surpassed, and he by some who were hatter to see what '

.". 1 a. : story of his life. Our books contain concluded by thanking every official 1 was going on inside. Tc prevent a recurrence -

... I..: C... ".,.'-" I c.: 1 '" I.' 1"I c: -.C. a full report of his sickness, death, from the governor to the jailer, for of this sce-W the sheriff hade

010)1... ,' .N:'": --'-" .: :1- s.. I ii- .s I burial and memorial exercises held at. what they had done in White's can had enclosed a spat around the gallows -

, ) S ==.-_ 'I ..=.. -_ I 5 I !! I :;: : ;_ I Tuskog''e, Sunda- Dec 12. "e are In The trap doors were now closed and within which -'}Iarshal Kite, A.
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.. '' .. .2 :: : '.. the center of the South. Can book g Staling
-. I c. : i ; 4 i get the trigger carefully adjusted and G. Dyal. C. C. .tnd Lee Reynolds -
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.:- -.. .. : :.. $ I .. .. to you instantly by express prepaid. the sheriff the for kept guard there nogsattempt
:.II .. ._0.I:11 I .. I -- .- .; .. I .:. .. .. gave straps binding; >jml was
t. = I : = 1 I :.:.'" .. E 'f e."' -.. :: .;. :=.. 'i.is i.- : Credit given.. Beautiful outfits tha t the condemned man's arms and le i to get insiiy the enclosure. .

F s I I.3- 1 Ilt2 'c.. I>". ;.c. .: .: =s .: ..!' _3 : get the bus mess. Agents wanted. Or- so as to make impossible any movement /!i Pearl White had;told Sheriff Denmark '4

\ I I'tl 63.. iii 6ti 13164, hI tI 1;______ ________ lli': --- !lOIU"J '___ h _------_ _______ ls3 ii;L 110.ii. der outfit of your choice, each 15 cents of the body after the drop, to I1 that he had Fserrell part of a
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838S \ 19:_; SoI165e9\ 0' I'_______ __ -________ --- -- -- -- .-__-_ ---- -- ------__ __ _-----1653n 51'E 34 1'2 1)11 or both n.cents.. R L. Phillips Pub Deputies Hazen and Cameron and| life sentence in Georgia( for killing a
2.JS 115711 ::17I21' : 4\1\ 6611\11! 1.6t 04 .11 2" 97 :1 l5 41 IN 75 ,xi San III' 1'1 't" Jn4 III 4'tt "4 hshm2' Co. Atlanta Ga. 12243tt Jailer Alvarez and they put them on. man, but on the sca! cl'! he denied Ita\-

: first removing the handcuffs. As )Ir. ing been guilty o? the crime.. The

Alvarez was trying the straps on the murder which led |to his conviction -

t RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTS. the prisoner's wrists, the latter said, I and execution wa* described' in the ;

"they are tight enough." He was. then Telegraph of December% 3rd last and

led forward till he stood on the trap, 'we reproduce it hep:
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30 1915 I
when White's Crime
j more straps were applied crow nd I ;

-- -- the ankles. r Pearl White, colo-tl, is in the county

I !' The prisoner then uttered hi; last jail charged with the Lillinj of

; V =. I : words in a firm voice. He said goo d. Clara Simmons, cj; Raiford Thurs t r,.

c tt: :. .;:. :;:' ,, 9c l I.y to all and reitiJed: his state.wei.t I day eve.iing, Augt'jth.' The act

.". .; .t.. .., y :;. .:... .:. .... :. that white people! had brought him to is supposed to havejleen instigated by
I: C a
I ;"a> ; a .:: < '" -.:: -a '. where he was. I jealously.z'
.s ::: :: = ;
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E Ca a; = l.: : -,: :: t ::: As soon as the cj'.rne had been
n or The onlookers] could that deatli committed
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i ... .= r :: z A .; = r = Ts see
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r 'C "" C the neighbrs informed
I '.. r ;-:; ::! '! .A; .. .. 1 .5 :: ':-. i i- not such a terrible event after all- Deputy -
:: t :to : s a r ;; F .: 5 = i ;; -: t : =' if we have made peace with our Go. Lem Sapp whci fnt to the scene.
: : :; -= ; .: --: .: :: ;:' ;: '; 3 ; "" He there found CIia! Simmons lying -
; t-a 1 : ;: ; -;: t ; :; ; E 11 H ::J The African has frequently good
I IJI I' :; :: 1 a dead shot in bast
.. .. .. .. .. the and with her
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I .. ... -: -" 'I "' 1' -: .::: ... :.. ;.. ... .: .: ... :: : ...... :1: deal of vainglory: in his make-up, 3 nd head with
split White

Ji 1 nr'3 95. __ : su_', 11 nf'':3u 5'.o: :::: :::::::: :::::::: :::::::: ::::::::'::::::::.::::::: : S3ft- ::::::::: :::::::: =a3= $; .:::::::: :::::::: :::::::: m ;;,a 239 3s l., -!1I a-- ill it is not impossible that the condemned : the murderer open, had'; made an axe.his escape.,

3 1 I-------_. :!-t 311 !I 109 ,UIUIIII ._______-'________. 3 t 42 --------,--:---_- 131 516t 3J .________ .-___-__. 122 57''' 109 ____-___ __,_____ __ n____ 3:33 4. 1941 H man, seeing all the preparations Communication wilt the state convict '==
4 1111925 ________ 153: 98 I 3U 0. _______-'________'.______'________ ________ -_______ 300 .________ ________ 106' 109 .________ :nn 13.7: S4 4'131'1 --____- made for him alone and the large
5 97 05 !__ _____ :.; 61 'a8 ;> ____-___I" 00 .- 1 09 ------- -----___ 95 ;9 '' 207 'S -------- crowds of farm was immediately made and soon
6 I t81 :-22: 'iI" $3.5 i!________ ________I________:__-______!________ ________ _______ _______- ________ ________ =.9S7 1091 t-________ ....___. 71311:252! ,-------- people who had come to Capt. Purvis and-an officer, whose
8 311 S9 763. 4", 410 -____ -----------------L------- ------- --- ---- ________ ________ ________ 76 -_-_____,________ -------- 53 !9'I 51 S 1 --______ hear what he had to say and to curiously :
9 I--------I' It 1'4 49491-_______ _-_-__ _______.I'-___+_ ------ -----_' ----- _______ 1 23 '________ IS 113' 1O9 ,________ ________ 40 1'1 I 5') 5., 1 23 watch his behavior had caused duty it is to take ;care of the bloodhounds
10 27 99 1 509 !f3.2 111'0 ._____---I------I-----! _I-___-_ ____'_______. ________ ________,_-_____-' I 109I,____-___.________ 4965'15342 I ________ and masse them during the
11 \ 12t491\ I 00,1' 10333 .-------1----, ___-1' 1--_____,____ __ ---__ -- -- ---_____ -------- -_______ 23 2S ___-___-'________ -----.-- It 501' !'661) ------- i\im to feel a certain exultation] anc I tracking of arrived at the
12 18201 I 6U' U.I 122'6 1 : tt ,.-----.-I------' '________I---___ ______ ._ -- ---- .---- -- ---- -,- ----- --- -------- 21' 12 109-------------' 11\9 S: :'fi13 '; ,-------- help to bear him If this is prison?,
I .9115 I 351166.I I--------I________'________!_____'I,_______ ----__ ____on 3 50 _.______ ________ 39 _______.'. 22311 ___n___ MI5:1 I 1------------ up. so. scene of the murdef. ;
14 '---------313S'19'7035, I : -______1-----_-!_____-I- -- __ n__ h __ ______0 ________ 239' 4h00 ._____r__ ________ -___--_' 6.3 1 ., .5 certainly one begrudged him of i it. : Every man in Raiferd who could get
15 1 82: Invt'1 I 3ii till I-----_--t______-I-------. -- -- -- --- --- -- ----- -- -- --- -- --.. 151 10\1 ________ __n_-_ n'S 129 S.I 5 00 None of the fare turned toward .
16 I .S It ,--------I 130 35'IJ' \ UI ,____..___1________:_______ ___ n_ .- - 0 __ __ _, __ __ __ __ n_ 13 "1'_______-'________ n ______ 10It: 1:1369 ________ many mount, had contest;* join in the hunt
17 I 33 61 I 57 5u li3 t3: .,I-------_'________,________I-------_ ______ ..'________,_______ _'n u___ --------.-------- 5:? 511 -------- -------- :2'.1 41 10 !'6' 335 him expressed anything but pit)". and many were afuot, until the man
IS I 171 45 I 2: 50 12v: 1\0; H51111 _______.'________: .3 H '1------------____'_______ 2 ion ________ ________ '7 Iii ________'________ _.______ 11'16 .J 9. '______- The next to the last act was to draw hunter formed a nipany of about

:19 0 I 39 15 65 33 :i-:::::::: g 35 65 I!I----S5_UO-_:::::::::,.:::::::: :::::: : ::-:::-- ::-::::: --::::_ : -:- : -- --::-::: :::::::: : 3 3y ---110----- ---9- i-;) ::::==:: __-10-_;-:_ 86 939 611 :::::::: the: black cap over his head and to ad- sixty men. The hounds soon found the

.43. 30" -- -- ----- ------ -- .------- -- ---- ----- -- ----- -- -. -- -------- hn____ 35') -------- -------- ------- 11)1)t5 -------- lust the nocse of sound three-quarter trail of the in
------ fugitiv-
-"2 I I_. ___,-289----14-- 56'Ii HllOil 11110llil __ __ ________ __ __ __ --- -- -- --- ; '," -- HU____ I335 1Uy2235,1 _____.__ : ______ 9511 13'1I13: going a wes-
:3 I 1133 111\1\ :! 1'0 12.77 78; 160 till ________ ___-____ -___ __-_ -__ -__ 66 (1" -- -- ____ -_HO __. ____ 5.5: 2tt 90, 4c3 36 1'n,) M 7 74 __n___. 1:4 13 inch manilla rope around his neck ferny direction, and while it was often I
2. I 61106''122: SO ln6 1)6'' 6101\ __ _____ _____-__ __n_ .o ___ _,n _____ __ ____ ,__ :2 \\15 __ nn__ _____n_ ________ 76 5. 1591H --- -_ with the knot under his left ea{, The lost it was as often: recovered until
:5 12S l6 93 284 9. 595nu -------- ____n_ .---- .-- - 4ii 0.\ U .)0) H __ __ -- -- ___ !\- 5t ________ ________ _____.__ H 711 2: 63 32l: :'i,0S9 1
:6 I 111 66 : :0 00 115 IS'' :::00'1 ____-___ __H. _____-- _p __ ---__ __ --- __ __ ____ _- _H. __-_____ 2375 ________ ________ _n__-__ 05; 2.v 9' 101)0 cap did not come sufficiently far down after a tramp of abut seven miles Y .__ _
27 I 7 62 i 6 45 I 163 13 i 115 00 ,________ 55 02 ________ ,.. ..____ ----- -- '---- ._______ :2: \\15 -------- 361'; -_______ ______ -------- I93 152 U -------- and there was some trouble of get- in the dark, through woods, fields and !

tins it under the noose. Nearly every- swamps, the quarry ",'as-at last found ,; i 1

BONDED SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTS Colds. ens on the scaffold then pressed the in a barn en the Jim Cason place. ,
How to Cure
r n.anacled hand of the moribund man White surrendered to Deputy Sapp

I A'oid exposure and drafts. Eat in a last farewell greeting, and said, and Captain Purvis and was broughtto

,- _.___ _ .- right Take Dr. kings New DiscoI' \'- "Goodbye, White." Who can tell how Starke and incarcerated in the county -
I that action did the ...
m'.vh good friendly jail.
f' I ; t t>r)'. It is prepared from pine tar,

t healing balsams and mild laxatives p-x"1 man? White acknowledges that he shot 4

I a ... : : Dr. Kings New Discovery kills and Sheriff= D.mmark:1S pale, but calm. the woman to death but denies tflbt .

t ].- as" ', i I I a. \ .. .. expels the told germs, soothes t h.irE Tio: procf of the completeness of iiispreparations i he split her h ad with an axe. 1

... .. I ;:; ritated throat and allays inflamma- was yet to come. He is j

.. :'= !:''-'' .. I I I r. "Q = ;; tion. It heals the.mucous membrane. a man of a tender heart and this aw- Found a Sure Thine. '

... ,...;:: C ra: I. .a..0: ; a:c: I .. I ; ;.". Fa I. ::'" _.-.. -- y-.. Search as .you will you cannot find a ful duty was distasteful to him; stillit I. B. Wixon, Farmers Mills N. Y., \

\ :: : .: E I -.;.. I t .r. -: I to .a. I .b=.. C y .it"= !: li better cough and cold remtUr. Its was duty, and while he could have has used ChambeiIain's Tablets] for
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:.II ... -- rat t : t I E f ; .: ":' t .:. E i use over 4:iears is a guarantee of delegated it to someone else, he would years for disorders of the stomach and

f" :" z? .. 0. I '' ... .. ..:. .... ... ,. I "Chamberlain's Tabletsare
:: ; :'i I I .. .. .. .. satisfaction. ((2)) not do so. liver and says
...... : ... Z : I ;;", < ::: .. :.. ..: $: I Obtainable

\ ::y5 00 467y .6 5:9 "oj lib;.)..:,' 75 I 3"-)41 lv", 410 .',-.4 ,_________ I.I'> 'VII VII ''_n_____ ------- 90+ 5. 61 66.' __ He seized the fatal lever, gave it a the best I have ever used. \
"" 5030 46 117 iii I 21 60.__________________,I-------------, _'________ __ _------I, 2tO 00 ________ ---.---_'' .69456 ----. --- quick pull, and as the 160-pound body everywhere.
23 1000 i !lj liS _________ '____-____.___ ______ 1S 00 -------- '__n____.________ ; 56 i3 83 197 You get all the important national t. .
'' checked in its fall it shook the
was
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! '! ! ! .! A demonstration in canning the E. L. Crews, W. :.i- I I he' home last: 3'k.iay.:

r-l -- !o tweet: potato.A C. H. Register, Sj TV.; i ReL.. A. P.u.-ls: : patio cf tliil

'\: :=: :\ ,. GRAHAM. \ demonstration in baking and serving B. M. Wilson, J. V. Baptist cl-.urch: : v this place left I fo|

the sweet potato in the various G. W. Alderman, Secretary.A. St. George: Ga.. where he will be gor.}

; ; it .. i ways known to the culinary art. E. Proctor, S.D. fcr a few days. He will assist in

ji [ County News Items : We are having fine weather now. A distribution of bulletins and recipes -' Dr. J. E. MainesJ.T. D. revival F..eetinbg 1 herd at tha

i| The farmers are fixing to begin the on growing, storing, marketing T. C. Chastain SJS. place.

ii I planting:: of Irish potatoes about the and baking the sweet potato. | J. B. Moore, J. SJT. Dr. B. M. Wi.on made a business I

I 15th of this month. Strawberries are ,I; Addresses by prominent farmers t F. Rivers, Tyir.Royal trip to JacksonMlI* last Tresday.

Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our looking fine and the farmers are hauling : I and farm women; by dealers in potato -. Mrs. Blanche Bnederlyife of Editor -{

1 Regular Correspondents. straw for mulching. and cane products; and by prominent Arch ('kaptero.. 19 J. A. BrucJerly, cf the Florida!

i. ,[ Mr. Bishop, of Hastings, has moved railway and government representa- [' The Roal1' B'-ue: Lodge and the I American was \.siting here this 'week.

I : Graham and will plant tics. The family have i.:? living living iaj
I\ ......- | his family to the : Eastern Star held! 'their elections on en
a large crop of Irish potatoes or. Mr. Addresses will also l"e made on Thursday night at the McKinney Jacksonville, but as soon as Mr. Brua-j

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;, >? Elder and Mrs. D. L. Phillips attended '. Mr. Owen Dyal and Mr. Tate Den- and curative measures to betaken banquet was served. The occasion make their future hcme here. We ex-1

": HAMPTON. <. preaching services ct Ernar.uel'Sunday. :-art:. of Starke motored over to this relative: thereto. was one long! to be, rememberby tend c hearty w- !\ 'me to them.

'!. . ,!. I pace last Sunday. My thouzht: is, if farmers can te' those present. Dr. J. E. Mair.s! was called to San-

I .. : : : '!' '-. .. .. Eider D. L. Phillips started:: theNcr : I We are sorry to report the death of assumed of a redy market for pota- .' Officers were elected! as follows fcrd to see hi* I rothr!'. Col Schell! I

Mrs. Jetty Hunt, wife of Willie C. Year right Suda'.... He admir.Uisvsd i the little 17 months old child of Mr. toes, cane syrup and other maintenance I C. H. Register. fl. P. )Maine: wh was'o--Ite ill.

Hunt and daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. < the ordinance of baptism! tc cnejercor. and Mr: :. J. A. Graves It was laid crop; that the offerings; of these'products : J: John P. Sapp. 1 K.!: Among; the r.urrcrcus iirpi n"tents I

j H. W. Harvey, was laid to rest in the and married; a couils.BROOKER. I to rest in the Dedan church cemeteryon will be larger: and hence the Dr. J. E. Mains, S. in Lake Butei"i the springt: anew

Santa Fe Pond cemetery, on Christ- .. . .. .- December: 31st. Rev L. C. Smith i'dl weevil! problem easier; of sobticn. i :\ L. McKinrey, Treasurer.A. newspaper fir name of which is !
.s : : ee : 'i To this end I am seeking to |
:
mas day. The sympathy of the en- 1 preached the funeral services. D. Zacharias, Secretary.A. :: the Florid? Air.trcsi.: the editor is

tire community goes out to the leret't We have several cases of whoorinr' have purchasing agents present at. E. Proctor, C. H. )!:. J. A. Bruedfriy: wh i is a hustling

I husband and family. : ccugh at Graham but hope it will these meetings to bid on products::: cf- j\ 0. L. Thomas; R. A. C. newspaper man a--d will!] get the sup- j

The many friends of Urch! Chaii'e! c- not be a serious trouble. 1 i ered for sale. iAll James Shepard-M. lt Y. pert especially of the penile of thiscommunity
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;.a ;> ; ; ; '; ; .d ; :6 : > farmers business and professional -1
Thomas were shocked: to learn of hisdeath J. B. Dawlinsr: M. :2nd V. as web'!: as the who state.
\ i Mr. and :l:'s. Leaston Wyr.n and LOST. men are urged to be present,
which occurred last Saturday
on C. A. Roberts JI. :3rd V.S. The first issue appears: this 'e"k.
daughters: of Stark?, spent Saturday Bunch cf keys on ring. If found and especially those farmers who : *
his hen. four niles of
at Wi-st
\ a = :; S. Proctor, Chaplain. Dr. A. S. Yuk is at the RogersSanatcnurr.
this place.The crd-Suiday with Mrs. Wynr.'s m3:> return to this office for reward.NEW have a surplus of sweet potatoes and
for treatment. His
.
'i G. A. Epperson Sentinel.Eastern many
I entertainment given by the Masonic e\V.. H. Pinholster.Messrs. .. ! !- -! ! '! care syrup for sale. The ladle vriil': friends here that i.e will! soon fie) well .

fraternity December :2Sth.:! : T. P. Ward. rind son Carl, I ( prepare, before leaving home one or j I and with them a- uin.
The and Elacn Baxter: are at horn for a I mrtre vnrieties" nf f'od 1 Naked from the !! Star
was a'ei' enjoyable c.f/air.: ( Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Cull left Saturday
\ Lri.f"i it fron Hermit. \. C., where i RIVER.Mr. :: and thee I I -
from !
the : pctuto and cane syrup Worthy Matron, Marshall Proctor.
prize for climbine greasy: pole was I I I : r.itrh: for Sai'iersville.: Ga. where
won by Master Clay Dover. Amongthe : they have been in the employ of the . will be served at luncheon. j Worthy Patron, A. E. Proctor.: '
I ;. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;. ; they will make h.'ir future home Mr.
visitors from Starke Sheriff Scai oaiu railway.E. Won't you kindly: telephone or cth-i Associate Matron Dollie Eperson.
were Cull has been called pastor of the
Denmark Deputy Cameron ad 'H. C. ; S. Gainey, cf LaCrosse, attended -I and Mrs. W. M. Parker Lake Butler were (orwi-e r.ctif.our' neighbors tf the I Secretary, Ella! Strickland.: I churches at Sar.dersville as and Tennille.
business in 1
transactirg
\ TIic 1ad. I the Jchr.scr.-Pinholster wedding at meeting at the point nearest you that !I Treasurer, Stella Priester.Ccrductres .
Wednesday.
Miss Iad-'!i.e Midjletor: of GreenCovs Pine Hit last ycur community may be well! repre- j ?, Christina Townsend.; Ga.Rev.. S. S. Proctor filled his -
Mannir.c: who had been regular
Prof. W. M. : ; ,
Miss Allie Mae and Erma Haynes 'sented with i
Springs, wa here Sunday on her ? Come and bring you ; Associate Conductress, Annie Reg- I Perseverance
a pcin mt at
to Island Growhere she is of YidihGa... spent last week with spending:; the hcli.iays! with his relatives or.e-half Bushel of each variety of potatoes i i?ter.Adah. I
way: ,. and friends in West:; Florida, returned church last Satin day and Sunday.. Hada
teaching;: in the public school.! ris; Marjuerire Shriver.Mr. I. you grow on ycur farm. Bring! ;], Ire,(: Edwards.Ruth : splendid

Miss Eva Williams left Sunday for : G. W. Shaw has moved with I. 10 New River last Saturday. also: a bottle, jug; can or barrel of Frances Starton.Esther. meetingBRADFORD

I her school at Lake Geneva. his family to Plant City, where he ''Ii Mrs W. T. Turner spent last Monday syrup such as you have for ?:ale, thai i( :; Dc:-- Aidcrrnon.Martha COUNTY NOW HASTEN

1 I Dr. J. II. Twig, of Eushnell!, was : v.iil! reside::: in the future. Mr.in Lake City. :buyers may saa< what you have. | : Ada Stewart.Ekcta. \OTING PRECINCTS
Mr. E.1.. Knight: left on Tuesday ,, and Mrs. B. F. Rerfrce z::d little ) should fe cf
j :visitor here Tuesday. He reports : The dlwith one Salune Rivei
,, for Waucruh:: to engage in business. I daughter, Amy were visitors to profit and pleasure: both to farmers Chaplain. Ida Rivers.
:; : Co\ ir.ue.l From Pare i.
I W. F. of Starke Lake Butler! 1 lat:: Sun ..1Y.i all other : ( )
seeglen. I i Elder Malphurs and d aleiv.! as well a to Marshall, Msxie Wilson. I
I i Mr. D. J. KelluT., of Jacksonville: We. the unde'skied citizens uf the
Zif
will next Sunday.Mr.
preach at truly ,
', T. G. Flitch, cf Le-sburg, was concerned. Very yours Wird'r.nde Schell.!
c here en profession business Tues and Mrs. Stephen Litchfield was transacting business at NewRiver T. E. WALDRUP. : Oi'
' day. h.ve moved to Lake Charles, La. !I last Monday.We i 1 Agricultural 1 Field Agent.Wculd Sentinel!, Dr. Haitridre Lee.
Collins Miss are sorry to report the illnessof ;: t j removal cf the voting pace f.-om Pine
T. and sister
Proi. J. --'
1. A. MacDintld is spending the I :M Irene Edwards acted installing
: :>s as -
i Mrs. J. B. Crews but we hope for like one? A mill that: I Hill schoolhouse t ) Brooker Florida.
Marrie, visited Bradford county's capital you
week with his family here. Mr. McDonald I oiEcer for the evening.: Miss I
t i las: Friday.! j her a speedy: recovery. '' will! grind your: own horse, cow, hog : : I iThe board after considerig: : grid pe-
0:: .
i is interested in extensive turpentine Christine! Townsend Marshall, Miss .
; : the East Coast. Whoever took a hack saw from the I I Miss Carrie Turner, who has been sand chicken feed. Use cobs and all, ,Irene Edwards and Mrs. Salome ( titior. upon mol.fr a.jt; ;, ranted -
operations; on
residence cf I. W. Pinholster will con- i! spending a few days with her parents, no waste and they cost only a trifle. : I ?are.I .
i
t The union Christmas tree given at Mair.es received: Past :Matron's: : jewels.Mtlhcdht .
fer a favor: to return it, as he had it j Mr. and Mrs.V.. T. Turner, returned Quidcy; Lumber: & Supply Co. | Three hundred-o: no n"e : ar were
Christmas
school house eve wasp '
the on Stark selected from the "everi! ii...-ti districts
borrowed W. E. Pinholster and to Monday.Mr. .
\ the true Christ- ft cm t .'
perfect success. and : B. : : !' !' !' Church I of said cr t'.! Sst.'>' r", tres to
M.
much in evidence. wi,,l.cs l to rc.urr; it to the owner. [ J. Sarr art!? son J. Sapp! .. y.
mas spirit was very visitors tc Gainesville; !! last Thursday. Le placed in bed ', ->r; w'h! :h- "mmd
Rev" filled his ?.1'.>. Ada Ff.-syth. who recently were ,. Lake Butler's r.ew pastor: F.ev.. Paul '
Jchn Multody: regular
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ALchua station has moved |I LONG DP.IDGE.Messrs. Ilen all arrived last week* and has "nd"i" jury for the ye.v 1:n- is to t
here and the r.'K"'d to ; ; :
Sunday "
t appointment :....d: to D'O'\ r. She says there is Mr. Clvdo Parker who has: bren \-1-; .. entered upon his duties. He preached, be drawn from a- preoi1'. : 0 v 'aw.
: ; C : .
increased attendance was very encour- : ; ; : l*
re place like oil Bradford county. I iting! different parts of Scuth Florida! : ,. :at the Baptist church Sunday night., The rpplicatKT rf rL; __ ;. "i to F
scinp L. Crews and J. P. Mer- .
.
returned hoT-e Til1''da'ni:1t.. '! be re-1 statell j1 rr'r 1)1! after
De'Vitt cf Jacksonville \j\:. CirrK: of Atlanta: Ga., spent ; ; and Mans to have services at th
Mrs. Mae ,
j\ several days with relatives here the day hun-.i": ? with J. L. Shriver on :' Miss Mirhm Adk'rs i is spending!: the rift were b spent .
week end with fiends: at Brooker. Friday.Mr.
last Saturday and enjoyed; the time. :
I last week. I. V'. Pr.i.oU.er: our efficient mail !! Messrs. R. J. Turner end: V,*. M.i : R. F. Menitt end family 're 11 a. m.. subject, "An Appeal For : : m r.\\ STARKE..

/: ; ; ;. i ! ; 1 lai/ier, has ir.cvcd'with his familyto i Manning were visitors i to Lake! But- ce:1tlmo.rd. into th:ill.Il !:1UitWe. Co-operation.:' -

.;. 0 Erook i i"? order to be near the ; ier Sunday. ere glad! to welcome them.' j I 7 p. m., object, "Takin Stock." I
Messrs. B. :M. Bryan, St. Chir Dry-! Ho!:. Nathar: P. Br 'aJ'. United
.NEW !:. He has rented his farm' All invited these servi
rest:: o ce. heartiiy to
ZIO,0 II Millinery-Closing out at and below an r.nti R. Denr.ison: of Eaifordvere : States Senator )I'm r., Florida w '!
; to Mr. Franc?; ity; ?!, who will cultivateit ces. :
.i (; ; ; ;. ; this cost: at my residence. Mrs. B. B. callers at the home of Mr. H. F. Mer- visitor to Starve Tuesday. Se aorj
year.Misses I Horson. ritt Saturday.Mr. Bryan had only a short time t spend
:.rr.,. S. P. Pearce and niece, Miss i Aiiie Mae and Emma Haynes : : -
I Christian Chrrch i here at this time: and t. fev;{
:M. T. Crews was in Lake Butler put m
Etha Pearce, of Lake Butler, were vis.itpis and }Ir. J. L. Shriver and Marguerite, ; ,; ; ; .! '! !' .
Saturday en business.Mis. : Elder: Coleman preached at Stark:.t hours at his: cisp ?ai visiting. amo;:
'1 at Mr. J. D. Smith's last Sun- r.od a picnic to Wanr.ee and back 01'' ; !'
the "Persy" train last Friday.The .. J. E. CreWlS carried to last Sunday and it was very gratifying his friends Hv looking in fit con|
I HIGHLAND r
d..y.Mr. Lake Butler: to be under the treatracrtcf to rote that the aud'ences for botlmorning l' diticr.! fcr a npaign and t'xr-re55e
!! .
Harris Tomblin and family have Biooker Hish School opened : ; i
Dr. :Kin for pneumonia.: and evening services we'Ealmost ccnnder.ce: in tit- outcome of the an-
rro"ed to their new home over in Co- up Madly with all of the faculty ;, ; ; ; ; ; ; '! ? b
,
students The farmers: in our section are Frevparing twice: as large as they wen:; proachir.e cor.ttr' wherein he will |
a-d Io3
in attendance
lumbia r.eit
county.
3:". Giiber H. Barker, of Jackson
Me> rs. Fate Harden and T. I;. Xet- )!l,3, Lee Ora Cone one cf vine: cane cut Saturday morning and their soil for the 191K crop. j I' two week ago. The interest seemegood. d a candidate for K--election.

tks! motored over from Baywood ar.dv.itpd :he teacher: returned after harirgrent ; ; spsnt a few days with II. C. ti'in Let-- We hope they will have good seasons j jMes I i. -
; is. EvcrMt and CcnJry Johns I The Ladles; Aid Society at Stark! COMING B \(1TO STARKE.
:: friends and relatives in our tie' holidays! in Lake City: with lEY ana family: going on to Lassb'jr.sMonday .
of Ferr.ancina, were visiting their <:: has: a strawberry patch which is r.ov, -
section last Sunday.Mr. I her parents.The f t. spend couple of weeks :1"1
) a ter. Mr". J. R. Merritt, Sunday. in bloom and all the products cf thi:5
Leon Smith and sister: Fire Hill! fohccl also ed
Ruby, ore:: us :. with relatives: and friends there.Mrs. retained i Mr. August:: Hu-shardt arrived her t :
'i! Mis! Myrtie Williams d to field will the Lord's service.
Mtenc'ed the New Year's at Mr. with fuli attendance. Pr:. A. J. I go
party a John Merels! and Miss Acrr.e3Wilkir.sor Saturday from Rcckford 111., a1' d ha
Lake:;: .Butler Monday attend school, : Next Sunday !is the regular day a'
0. W. Brooks last Th.-r.ao titer the!
Saturday: night. : returning spending
:, ; : were sho;air., in Stark! announced to .U: friends that he H
i after spend that holidays at the i Raiford and also the last Ir
Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tcmblir.! have holidays with his parents in Starke. Monday. back stay. His brotherMr.. Fret
home of her parents near Long Bridge. tb."t'lr's work. It is imDotar.1th.t' t to
moved into their home Providence. The have arrived very
v new : near flhwingfamilies I F. M. Crews; was a visitor; ;: to tarle Bu5shardt. 'will a-rive .oon ar.d the: '
; end will the D. W. Pir.holster! eve:; church member attend thE
4- occupy ; Monday. ABAXDOXEDT\FAXT FOUND will settle down again as citizens o

+' Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hammors-''1 homej-twd recently purchased by a K. C. Wimlerley! Jr., returned to senrext! Surday.! Plans for future ; the Starke se( il'r..
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' 1 t itcd their daughter Mrs. LesMVil; Mr. Fisher ". and Mrs.: HarveySearor. BY LAKE BUTLER MAX ";0"m: t e discussed and al
; : .1. Rideiut Sunday to reopen his school!I : It will be rcsa'.ed that the Me srsj
!!i.1mla t : Mr. rnd Mr. F. M. Pai- -- -- should be present. Such matter::
: Sunday. :: her?, after spending the holidays: in 1 Ev.5hardt old their fire farm rorth-f:
r Mrs. Lula Edinneld, of Lake But-! ; va-.t and Messrs. Eugene II. and RobMcKoa this place with his pi.r2r.ts. Continued: From Paee: 1.) should never be acted upon by a smai j i cast cf town early in the: ummer and

spent a few days very pbasantly \\ ::h e: : Pa<;'avar.t, :.r-. andlr Mr. J. B. Padgett: o.f.air.es"ileJ, ';Years unable! tc use any 01 her limbs.For n art of the church. i went nw.\. The gentlemen do farm

her sifter'i Mrs. W. U. Hammons, last H. B. S Shet We give: th-.:. all :t'' :, here CT business Frioay.Mr. the last week she: seemed tr gradv.llv log as a h",.,-".- (,.". and their returrl.

week. I ccrdiu: welcome. Ira Cutler fail un'; < Friday her sitter! Mrs. Jmijr C. E. 1'rocrara '
spent several l days here is a t.'t.t complimrnt! to thej '
4' MiS.: W. A .eT a:.d sifter, Amelia! j We are ;lad to state that Miss! Coe: :r. Jacksonville: last week with hisbrcther. :, C. M. Love, was wired! for, who 'c'om- For Sunday January !Pth: at 11K( ) Starke section. s

4 r.aMusir.' {' s triy to Lulu cr.e dayk iCiemcas j I is rapidly improving after a : C. C. Butler.Mr. panied b heh.1"bal'tt., arrived on the i ,
I =t week.Mr. ; :severe attack cf lagripre.Johno.iPinhoNter.. next train.: Mrs. Allison! being better i i a. m. i
H. C. W>rnH-rl! busiistor I
yva< a Tctic, Confessing:: Christ.Text CEMETERY WORKING.kj .
Anton Feagle: has just completed '! :C H \' : to Jacksonville Satur.IavMrs. o-: their airval they returned Sunday. ,! :, Ron:: 10::'-1U, led by WillliDekle. .e ; 4j
But
his: term of sj'ncol: at New Zion. He I I James Strickland returned to' ) Sunday: night the invalid became i i .

also r.v..d a business trip to Live! Oak: A cuiot home wedding took place her horn at Wellborn Friday, after worse. The attending; physician was I I Sor. ;. |,,. j Those interested J in Sapp cemetery ,

r! ill:y.ttt'tti'tt. !] a the residence: of Mrs. W. I?. Pirhister !- :''a two we -k viit: with her parents: : immediately called! and gave untiringattentior I Pray-r by :leader.Bible I|I are requested t> meet there Thursday! .

at Pine: Hill! o" Sunday cfternorr.Jurutiy i :.!r. a"d: Mrs. !I. J. Tcvl-jr. here. until her spirit tolls:: its P.iht lesson read: and explained bjleader. y January 20th, fur the purpose oflcleaning
+ + + + tt + + Her sister i: aril her hU5ra.l her:
i, at -2:2< c'clock.: when she :I G. H. Skutc S. A. L. claim! adjuster o up the grounds, repairinglet ]
t f two who Ih'ing'i h trem'in !
a.ve sons were fences, etc. Bring suitable: tools,
,
.. I : hr daughter Mh Tommi-, in was transacting business here OD I Lessor story. Confessing ChristI -
WOODLAWN PARK. T-. Lessburg, were wired for and cameimmediately. :also well filled baskets for dinner on [
; rr.urrisre to Dr. A. J. Jlh-..H'r.. c: Orenjc ;csdy. I Rutch Richard.:: i
I. ttttl'tf | '
the M. J. SAP?.
Park. A fe'ir.viEJ and'near grounds.
: :?nests i Mission study, Egypt, rage 1"Eva -
+ ttttt31r. The body was placed i in the hands ; I
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rebtlvts; cf the Iride hJ a?*emb.
.\. Tison, of Jacksonville' ; vN'.t-i : i Masonic Election cf the! Florida Furniture Company, !! S'vaverly.Sertence : .
lea ir the parlor: when her sister. Miss i; The Highland! ledge of Macrheld I}i L. MIZIILL A CANDIDATE.
0.
ed ielati\es and: friends here Saturdayand : !I urd"rtakers.: who had it embalmed: prayers.

Sunday. Mar::;, announced that all! ".\' ready.. their annual election of otf.cer! last a.-d shipped to Greenville.: .1....., hernative i Reference trill.Dille f I T
The rocs came walkinc! i in with! Monday. The 1 ;seals.: ,
: .
Mess;; :;. 5. L. and 0. J. Phillips! :. ware following were eece-ii honre.j Miza'i .
his Pride his ir ihece.tr i! 0. L. cf \\.ortr.igt.: was:
visitors .0 Starke Friday.We lev-ni-igr on am: ; H. C. Wimberley. M. I j Mrs. Allison! bore her affliction withi !, n::.:;ess. '
the Telegraph
Mood the Rev. G. W. S. Ware. B. Wilkinson tn arprecfate'i.allcr: : at -
S. W. i
are to the death wonderful patience and Christian fortitude -
announce
sorry oc Mti He his decidedto ,
Wcrttrr.jton: Sprir.js. who i.. his : ? t ay.
cf Mrs. J'ssie'Wiliam5.\ which occurred J. I. Futch, J. W. : the happy Icok or. her countenance : '
r usual solemn and i:1 p-es.h.ema1r.er. C. E. Proeram! become a cz:d.dat: for the office ofcounty
F. M. .
en Monday, December 2?. i I Crews Treasurer. planar shewing: that she was atrest .r.t before
Mr. r-rpnou-.eed: : them man and wife. The V.'. F. Grand, Secretary.R. For Sunday: January 9th, at 5:45 :) school; ek'perir.t'r.d
Fr"tS..pp, of R\ forJ. m:tor.e and in the presence of angels
: M" Mizcii!
h-i.-e: : wa? charming in her goir.g-a-vav thz coming prcv.'ry.: .3: ahitv
over here Tuesday to visit: relative ; D. Griffis, S. D. who came to bear the spirit back: to p. :
from the
coat suit cf Ga'rerd'.r.e: trimn- d with! ir.Tcpic ir.telligfnan.: and
?. W. Gi-iffis, J. D. I the! One who it. I -Whv Jr.:;: (Church
gave
Miss Selma! Prevail of Lawtey. visited :'.lr. with: accessories tit mat oh. j jTht Z. Grids, Tyle- !i 'test, Eh.3* :,,-::1-Evelyn 3?;.:1 t:. zealous rr.ar.rfr i in which he discharged -

hire : \" afternoon.Mr. bridi i is the daugVsr of the !. S. "..ST.B.xe. : his duties as Rgrieultural derr.or.-

Jim Browning was transactlr.sbusiness : l hue: W. H. Pinhole erg one of the pioneer -j I POTATO AND SYRUP D.\Y. Mason* Elect Officers : lessor read alternately.Scon ;, stratcr while ir the service of the

in Starke Monday. citizens cf Bradford county. Shei Last Thursday night the Masonsmet of graver.Erfererce.iiiall: government. fc v. ill.! if elected! be "on

The correspondent will gladly! ?--nd i i- loved by all who bow her for her's i; Lake Butler Jan. 3. 191'!". in the McKinney buliding and :! 1 bring Bide the job" all: the time and attend to itright.

a in any news matter turn h to him, ', :; .-r.t'.e: and Christian character; whileJ l I am arranging to ob>erve Sweet elected c.Ticers as follows: R':-nd taVi!=-Why Join Church? ; .

search warrant the groom i, j-nteman! of c-lture \\ 1h the church for? -- -
h but he can': : v.e a t Potato and Cane
: Syrup Day on following -
Pleae: hand in all news mutterby ': aid reSi.en'eit: and is possed of Whit canve .j ) for th-- church? ,
get it. : I dates: and places : HAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS? :!: :') c r.:.;r < --- 7.. >.
evntioRai i ability.! Ha 'Ii I 17Mrio" '. t.
Monday.'Mr. is a: graduate M.-cn f-d7. Jacob Ris.; page 1.\1 ::::
of Ltr'i"i:: :*j i "= that University! of Gecrpia anal !I I Putnam Hall. January. Do colds settle chest in : Richard. r: :-:-.:: ., v r.J: t.: -f ,- 1.1.
Carl Prevatt. ; e"I'Y" ::- :II Hampton. January 11. i oa your or your ?- i>:r !'-/ rir ; .. t.l', i J. ChSS'
lee Sunday afternoon.Mr. ." a lucrative; practice at Orange1arr I, Lake bronchial tubes? Do coughs hang on, or :;. -.-"- .1" ;;:":r-': !a: Ronar.5-hh: t-.C'I o--.j bJ, '.,:?sat! u t!.- c.tluo: 1 :
:' :. Batler. January 12.: I are you subject to throat troubles? .. n....). -z.I i-. .. -.>. '...' ,r. >l.... a:. *
Rcden and daughterMs:: ,. I Lake Hi t or 0:.:
: 0. E. City. January 1:;. Such t'::: 1'-1 sins i' I 1)1.: "t
friends here Sunday af.. After receiving! congratulation';, the The troubles should have immediate r saess.Mr. : 'Ilr' ::II=: ) ''''(4'f.' .::: as! t"er
visited
Irene, : object is to the '
i happy ccuple left encourage sweet treatment with the strengthening powers < ..r-:? t'. '*'-' 'as :.Jt l)> cur I
ternoon. by autoraol-Ka for ,!; potato end cane syrup industry: by of Scott's Emulsion to guard against ;v ;.m-.i it ::{.": ; '.r.inr.'i cur.'_

Misses Oh, Carrie and Lt''.tr Mph .Worthington, the 4:30 Springs train, where they'V.oarded ':i i finding suitable! and ready markets for consumption which so easily follows. i c'.o' : ".=. of St. George: Ga. i ?TFTI t"> Vfr. ;'::y:1:.:..: J.r"C',,:.ribed rr: :.1

js, of Lav.ey, visited friends her-' vine a"d other for Jackson- I these commodities. To this: end I Scott's Emulsion contains pure cod liver i is -i.-v ;:- .harre; of the Bai: clCotV r.;. t" p-;'_, ..".3 ._" l:_.,- tf :,.= h..
of
I points. interest, have.arranged the following oil which peculiarly strengthens the respiratory Ti .b. Mr. Harris is an up- I A.1K5.. ::. J .
:
program
Sunday. :.
-- I .. \ :i. G\-O'
and ( .
tract j: j
the
improves
A half bushel samel? of such swt'etI quality of to-t-v; r.ev-pajwr man :and: we glob ;! :':'.:l!; r.'. .-
Everybody and his brDth' wei.t! r fnlgoratleg: to the Pale and Sickly the blood: the glycerine in it soothes and ...
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fotatoeas _. -. -. welt:nu him in our: TTaTs: Citir""J f :rj ti ?i ':"7:0:1: :
h' ; :
sale ofjthe ?
f s .
harji'jcf heals ''
Starke Friday fo witness the b' The CM Standard general strengthening: toe, I I different oar Etiesagrova the tender membranes of the throat. a-.l a-i .' r-c: >, > : t'-s b'sod f- rr.'J'/
Pearl White. This is for tl: vh<) Io"E'8 rASTELEschit TUIC dryr5os. I I Scott's is prescribed by the best spetialSts. r. '.-', .. ;..z :. : .;.. too ; sys.t. '.1 !:r
,
there and did not receive pe.sur. Jltiarit.eorchysihettuatandbuildsn Atruitor.:;. :,tie.es.u .. !!i A sample! of cane syrup in jugs, a You can get it at any drug store. : !-=. fiW ?'::/r.: w--.3' '.:::5 beer t4stimor.ta: !'. +. .
were F.raaJtl-:I. Xr' I I tattles! cans or Lai'rels. r J. CHE r:! & co. TI:.-:>. o. i
t I I Svfltt & Bowu Bloomaeld.: u.j. v. :.tr.cJjs'" s :.n Florida retained; to bald by; all Hfugists, 7J-;. i
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