Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established....- 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six- Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. Matthews, Edithr. and Proprietor. t.

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Be Observed on Wednesday, January Law of Last

SCENE OF GREAT Nineteenth.- Manner-of Voting. FOR I IMPROVEMENTS -

The W. T. Weeks Chapter of the -
United Daughters of the I I BY L. L. PALMER. Under the provisions of Section 52,
Confederacy 1 j
BRITISH BATTLE Chapter C874 Acts of the Legislaturecf ORDERED
have arranged to observe the birthday :i

of Robert E. Lee, whose natal day I: Traveling Representative of the Telegraph. : 11)15) in all counties candidates that for are representatives entitled to-

was January 19th, 1807. I
1 than -
more one representative will be
To stimulate an interest in Southern We must not leave the this he had I
I Providence year splendid crops. required in as there
I many as
ENGLISH RELIEF FORCES I II history the local chapter offered section without paying a visit to the i Back across the rough country and are candidates to be nominated to fill SEALED BIDS! TO BE RECEIVED -

I a prize to the high school pupils of Olustee Baptist church. Leaving the the office and the candidates
the deep branch and then on westerlyover ; : receivinga I
; ATTACKED BY THE TURKS the the Bradford best County the High life: School for village one drives westward a mile orI I' a lot more of rough road and the majority of the votes cast for the UP TO FEBRUARY 8th
Charact2r r
and Achievements paper more then turns northward for another home of Sam Croft was reached. He. candidates running in his group, shall

of Robert Edward | mile. The country is open and I| was down in the woods getting firewood le declaied the nominee. If there is I

Losses" on Beth Sides 200,009 Men- of Lee-the Lee. prize to be a book on the life I' srently. rolling and very beuatiful as-:: but that did not prevent him but one candidate running in a group Other Busint !' Transacted at The

the last rays of the setting sun shoot f'-r.rn coming to the house, getting the IIP will of course under the: provisions R'gularIftting: of the Town
Russians the West One of tha duties of the Daughtersof
Triumph-In ,'i lover the landscape, tinging everything .price. of the Telegraph and then go- of the act be declared the nominee -I
the Confederacy is to hold four historical .
Germans Gain Slightlly each with the crimson fire of the dying day. :\i I a ways with the Traveler to b:? without opposition. Council January 4th.
meetings at
year j Suddenly one comes upon a beauti- able to put him on the blind little If you desire to run against a I -
t which meeting the life of par-
papers on i' 11 1 white: church located eminence :-
I on an I 1! :"e'jrhborhood road which led back to ticular
cme person, prominent in Southern I| which: overlooks the val- candidate, you will run in the The city cc'l!!l met in
lovely the regular scs-
LONDON Jan. 11.-With Kut-el- main road. Mr. Croft has 180 grcup with him. If do not wishto
History! are to be read nad discussed' you 'I '
i I by of the Olustee' creek. That it i iI ipcinted but non c I ;: ) I: .dock p. nl.. January
far has
Amara as its center and Bagdad as ; before the U-I-PS so only 40 in culti- oppose a certain candidate will!!
ts stated subject of this you
at all is the first element of 4th. Ili! ;. w'ththe! !
i foJoYingmem
the prize, a great battle is raging be- meeting will be Robert E. Lee. I I : vation. He is a young man, full of run in the group. in which his name -
I'traction as so many churches in 'nv'ountrv hers present! : f.. So Matthews chair-
tween the British ard Turks not far strength and vigor, and without I does net appear.
from the site of the original Gardenof The veterans are all cordially invited -; are lacking at that point. Be- I'.ouH: Jrthe fullness: of time will havea man. J. W. .\I i x-ws, Jr., S. A. Bryan,
to meet c.t the court house at twelve In! order that the candidates for ,
Eden. : i hind the building! is the silent home of fine farm.A I rep- J. \V. White. .
o'clok: where a delicious dinrer will the dead of that community who have t re.-.c-rtntives:; may know against whom Minutes of last meeting were read
show that the British relief
v. Repcrts :' be served for them after which there been brought there Iv' sorrowing Trio Into Columbia] thy! will be required! to run, those I art :1P Jrowc1. -:
force marching to succor 10.000 troops will; be automobiles funiaheJ to take I wile announce, should! it that time, The
friends and neighbors during all the 1 city at oey was instructed to
At the intersection of
the r.eig'i.norir.
.* beleaguered in Persian Gulf sphere. .
: :the veterans to the schoolhouse. At state the in which desireto : :
group they
drat" '
? *. years since' the first!'; pioneer of theI i tho : o. :'ran" .u-.iulrirp train crews
read and! nr.h
is making slow Turkish c! lire there is
progress. r- j amine
one-thirty! m., at the schoolhouse, I le placed when the ticket is made
I p. section wearied: with the struggle; and to flag;: street (cnVsirgs. !
poits state that the British! arc doomed to'id on: which it h stated!: .
the following program will be carried Lid him down to --Jeep in thc lap ofmother uv) The foUowuiR! resolution was
to annihilation. I "Lamb's Bridge 1 )IJ.! Follcwing: : l unan-
Great hordes r.f Mohammedan tubes cut: earth. : .list road till j\H Lc1are.Qj: co''!ie to ( imcuslv! adopt t'1-: I

4 men have joined the Turks and the! Called 1lyoc..h'p.-Rev.to ordr I bv J. the A. president. One >3 nlso pleased to note that twcWoodmen's the or'Jtrc cM t11'?n turning suddenlyto PIIILVTHEAS ELECT OFFICERS. I Rl'30'nd: Tht-t notice for lids on I
I Ilendry. columns which Hard! i i'iouh for siA rage and paving be
the left
is and following
fighting ferocious. I rough
e.tl'tweb" a
introductory lemarks by )irs: L. A. guard one on either side cf the entrance -' road for ever and ever so long through: j given for a i.orjod! of thirty days in I

LONDON, Jan. 11.-The fighting''l: Davis, President. T. Weeks Chapter I '.!ate. The data: of this church the big tirrlfr cf: the Olustee creek The Philr.thea cass met at the Bapti.t ; the Bradford County: Telegraph a "'"
U. D.C.Historian's. '
ere not at hand. 1 Iut it i is a mot: 'v.-ckly: paper published in the town
-on the Cessarabian front has been prom !bottom ct last there i is evidence that church Friday afternoon January
perhaps the bloodiest of the entire ], program" inent !hind mark upon the highway civilization! is not so very far away 7t'i for the purpose of electing! new ; cf St rke. All. bi-Is to be filed by 7 '1.
l "Suwannee River, by the school. and has' doubtless been large factor o'Hcors. : o'clock D. m., Tuesday the 8th day ,
a The
war on any front. It is estimated at On and on till you come to a big hill. I following were chosen
(i Historical paper-Chapter Historiani in the community life for r.oar.ywars I to preside the class for of F bruaI1'. i; K and all bids to be ?
Vienna reports from there state that Up at the top of that hill! is a spleniij over the new
necrly 200000 men were lost by the ,i i Soldier .Song-Mrs. Hamrick's kinjdergarten. All m-aise: j is due the people jintl : farm home owned by J. I). Stansell I year. I arfo-npanifd U certified check for 3 I

; Russians and the Teutons in the bat- I j I preachers who have set up such landmarks .-. former Bradford ccur-ty man. Here President, Addis Cowart. per rent: of anm-'nt of bid: council reserving -
Reading. "Lee to the flear"MissMay
throughout the I the ri::hi, to reject and all
country. I any
of land I
chcs .SO fine
: tling arctind Czernowitz the past tenda's. Fripp. ; acres as as ever Vice President Florence Lindsey.
ilaK Be it furl hrI
-. Through a Hid Country lay out doors in Columbia or any I 4
Solo "Silver Threads Among theGo'd" other He, : I Secretary and Treasurer, Eunice I j Resolved Th;t the council hold a
there is there 'ourtr. is cultivating 2UOacios
Apparently lull "
a now Mr. Leo Canova. Leaving Providence behind one soon ', Ucbinson.Sick I' ,;
special meeting the night i cf Fcb-
; with the Russians holding the ground: 1 Reading of prize the Life comes into a wide. open rolling! : country of this fine land and is makingit cn
essay on that is evidercod he I Committee Edna Thomas Bertha mary Pth, 191., jit 70 o'clock. D. m.,
they trained at heavy cost and the Character Achievement of Robert with long sweeps of cultivated pay at a* by -
for the f
Austrians and Germans trying to re- Edward Lee"-By successful contes- Il bvd which shows the splendid! character ri"o house! the big bam and ctrr irr.lircvements -I Moore. !1 Serb purpose i> opening: said bids.
oair the Saps in their broken front. tant. I of the country. viewed from annsrvicultaral a'-cut' the place. He has Mem'-erslijo Ccrnmittee.. Edith Warrcr was ord ;-\l drawn for paymentof

The Russians dominate Czernowit'z : Bestowal of prize l.y president of standpoint. The firct a i(1 of :CO; cattle and a herd of 1fl.) Georgia Mills. ;: the fcnowil.-t tirl'l''bills ral! Fund: ,-,

I but there seems to be no truth in the chapter. I house on the ro.id: j is that of D. J. I hors crosd! with wood.-?, Ea'ex and I Absentee Committee, Florence! Lind"ry J. W. Andrew* rcui council __________ f,1\1)\ 1 .

earlier reports that they have taken c'Dixie"-School. harden who has a far.n comprising Gu-rea.; Hr had irore than 100 bushels Evie WcoJward. F. S. Matthi-w= r' ____uu__-___ 2.00
the The Austrians have Closing;: Sorg: of Pcrto Rico nicely! put I : .L. V... W.. .fcilo.... .i...,.. :. .,..Oft 1
tov.ni. 140 200 of which awayfoi' ---------------- --
evacuated '- --- acres, is in cultivation. yams r- ,
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I \ S. Crews trea s'nry ______________ .M
,. at least a portion cf the city He does: central farming. and: winter.i C. F. Ilooirr na1,.:+ ftrs ____________ 5.00 :
out they have not entirely withdrawn ; SCHOOL BARDPROCEEDINCS\ i is one of tVe patriarchs of the sec- ,i \. the time t'e: i-e' urn trip: to .he SIXTFNKILLEII I .OJ. Dornstil alai> ; ml fees: __________ Cl.OO
Military authorities here are of the I rjon. lie has f:0: head of cattle and nab vc-ul was' nu.dfr the shades: of I *..IIF Kiti d!o __.-" ________________ 5 .OI)
C. \ Futch cUrl s less Ifl.Jh
that t1" : their .
r-csitions in
opinion r : 50 hogs.! La;tear he planted (corn evening were f.>''lin fj.- t aid a place n F. KnUht att Xfe- ______________ CO.Ort\ .
immediate vicinity; of Czcrncv/itz are : ; I jvehct beans and pinders all on the: of shelter fo- th" n'gu;; was the thing I BroMo"COJr.ty TtVersph: rnntirK ..CiR..T > .

,1 untenable and that further gains l>y !i "sr'.e land and when it was rf'i'1" for met desired. \Ionp thc vwn- wash BY MEL BANDITS'' Kite fecJin--- crfc-oncrs -__.___??_ 4.40 I.

:' tho Russians may be announced t: short I ,, feed he turned his boss into the field <> peroious: hon'.p of W. U. Ih1r'!'!!.,IPS.: i> i., : J'l'e Johns srt't ia1 officer! _______- .75
,: :\.lIttIorll'on: do1 ________________ 1.5ft
t ly.The I I I and there there was something d"ins bit the houxp "':.<: fil]! to running oerv I Stnr',( Telephone c-..:l.hone rent ______ 1.50W. ;

Russians have a icr.t ar.1t.A in the way o' faltering: : Process<: The :ith !!rar'll' hildron! whom grandma: I,. Wall thy -hi.f: _____,_____-____ 2.00 'HI1
.'.:, of artillery !'Ni:'. with ap"a!f ntlv ?.n Board Acts Law Requiring three crops; made a well! balancu'! ra- had taken undr }For wing when the 1:. r.. SMtr-an ida __-____- ___-___ 1.00
: on \\il! Moitt .. -__________ _.___
Americans Were
abundance *f' hljrh; chssreuniti 1s. ticn ard alo o.c which caused! the i 'l Jpar mother had role rn into eternitv.M' Killed While : 1.00 \ }
I Cut Chanjcy do ,:, ._____________ 1.90 :
and their leavy "fire has been causing i Medical Examination of I rcrkers to p''t cn fat at a: rapid: rate. Hammcns has; 120 acres: : and: is : Lto C.inoxc do __d.______________ l.W
tremendous losres in the Austr!:n!;' There were O".l.f CO aoies in the field] i'eing general farmirg on ii') of it. on Their Way to Open up I I Chas. Hi-asley do .'.__________________ 1.
:a:>ks. I! All! School Pupils. but in this way he tetslh'! secure: .] the !To:: (;-;:.p. the} p\t year were gocJ.Somewheie I B'aslcy! ilo ... ----_____?___?_ 1.09(
On the western frort the Germansappear field.I.n I 1\ iI! Kiisdvn do _.;_________________ 1.00
I r'u) of a fiO acre 1 ?w b' CCflt.I'I'! I Mines in Mexico.EL !! Will W.iir.wriKht .i: ____________h___ l.MarkJty : .
1 to have gained some ground I g"adirg' UP his: hogs Mr. IIar !'eii : Johna -;.-__,.._________.. 1.0''
i that lost to the French t'meago out there )h..h .list'
some js
: Starke I has DSP-! the Slir-k! Guinea. UP NIVS a -
;, Jan. 3, 191C.j !) -
t' ) in the Champagne sector. The church which long received the I Total .. : :
j Thc board of public instruction met that while they nre not so 1 large as ago I -------- } ??.? 203.'JHoad > _
Frech21' office while admitting that to some of the other bieeds yet they r.amo Xew Zion, hence all that section PASO. Jar. 1 Seventeen )Jer.1 an ridF -
pursuant adjournment with
I the German offensive'was fvc- Chesley about is known that ?ors all thought to he American I I \V. F. Mutt unit'IIT\\ork. _______ 83.2il j
tind by name. I
Fcjrg and J. E. Douglass present and m-.t;ire and develop (It.; ckly. j (: returning -I]'i Upon motion Hie council 4
cesful at first. claims most of tho L. W. Kickiter! absent. I Mr. Jiarilenv45 found in his SMi It was good and dark and the fires from Chihuahua City to: reopen adjourned
I 'i to the next
1"' ground was retaken. The attack of On motion and second Chesley Fogg i potato field :J.rdJe! dirplayed a cur- :jurning.hrightly: by the side of a dozen -' their mines at Cusihuiriacink.Chilhuahua 'I rei'uljr meeting night. I j'

,: infantry was preceded! by n withering! ''was elected chairman protempore. I ioritv in the wav of old fashioned or more stumps in the open field were taken from a .Mexi I __ C._A. FUl'CH. Clerk.

artillery! fire which crumpled up the Minutes of last meeting were read ,blood red "Ni"i!er Ki1I' r" sweet pr+:\- gave assurance that a thriity farmer can train yesterday by bandits, Fit ;p- CAMPAIGNFORMALLy! 1 1I

_French hU' trenches_L.L !in.__the__ _: etIiat1 has_t._ i land. approved. |I toe>;. In the old bys there were r.miz lived there and ihe chances were good track pet! raked bC'fcre and lined up along the i.I OPE ED. 1
oreceaeu mmot.1\- ;r aiiciu t iv ist.ctrenches The trustees and patrons of Hampton I common and were usM for feeding for a hearty welcome for the night. a firing squad, aceordr.igto
on that front.Montenegrins I I came before the board: presenting :ihor.ses. Ccmpared with the fuvonlel The farmer was .J. D. Smith andS Thomas M. Holmes, who in messages The meetingof the Democratic

Forced Pick;; I ja petition for the continuation of the l Porto Rico yams of today they seem foon as he could take his attention :: from Chihuahua said that he State Executive Committee in Jacksonville -

The Montcriesrrin war office Frate-j i term of the school two months longer I like "nighty roor eating." frori the burning stumps a moment h(> was on the end of the line and broke on thj <.th inst. signals the

Trent admits defeats bv: the Austrians than the: public term. The board re- I Farther on to the northward i is the I kindly: led the way to the house and away ar.d dashed through the desert opening of the Ii lG campaign, and it

at several: points. but claims the Mon- '(:, ferrcd the matter: back to the trustees I eplfndid farm ard home of J. W. I soon we were beside a big: blazing fire and escaped.Whether may be expectf-d that both state and

''; ten"grins inflicted heavy losses on and patrons of the school. Rie'.ling.! : lIe has ICO: acres rf which I Jin the family room. Mr. SmHh is trulya the remaining sixteen were county candiduU':, will begin at once

their e-emics and pwe co"oundlv \i The superintendent! presented his I 75; acres are in cultivation lit is justI I busy man and because he keeps busy executed is unknown! !but it is feared .to formally d'-clare) their entry into -

'Under sheer press of numbers. The field work report for the month of I( starting in on the stumping! business he succeeds! as but few farmers do. that they were shot. It is supposed I the contest' that is to end with the

morale of the Montenegrin army is December which was received. find the smoke that came up from the He has ISO: acres and 50 of ;it in culti- that the bandits: belonged to the for- j primary election on June 6th. r ;_

splendid. I The superintendent called the atten- I field gave evidence that there was vation. Of this he has 45 acres stump- ces of Jose: Rodriquez the Villa leader. i There is'every.indication that Brad- ,

I strtemer.t from Berlin today is ta tion of the board to the great necessityof I something ir. the air all r llt.! He has! rd and is busy getting: the last five I ford county wil! have a full quota of 1 1I -

the d'f''l't' tint tff submarine' which takr.g! the advantage of the law i,23; bearing pecan trees und rays they I acres' cleared from the anger! provoking. After the receipt of this news Car- aspirants for county offices. All of .

sp.r-k th Italian H" 'r Porto Said in i pa3sed by the last legislature to give | are a rood! investiren Mr. Beilling's!' time: \vasting;: and otherwise gen- ranra officials imposed censorship noon I the offices are to be filled this time

4hf ?Ipditerrnnean l<>st month. causing :, the children of the schools medical in- farm lies on high:: rolling ground and I rral nuisance stumps. Just to illus the wires "until the !:!Dry could be I excepting the office! of county ireasure" :; -

.. loss of lives of six passengers, spection. The board acted promptly is certaily'ery rightly as to situation. trate how desperately in earnest he verified from official Mexican sources. 1 \ which has .."en abolished. This

i was Austrian._ __ I cn the matter and conferred with the 5 is in the matter of stumps it may be ." The mining men are said to I toffice has alwa r?. been a favorite with

county physician in regard to the inspection Off of the road to the' ri.*ht s() "'ahi I related that he began on a stump contract have received thiough the United the candidates, no less than half a %

TELEGRAPH MOVES ON. who informed them that the : lf mile' is the home of .J. W. Smith. about the middle of August and I. States tate Department assurances I.dozc-K running frr it at timeThis

provision of ten cents for the examination -i I He is a young farmer and is rentin I bed gotten,! out 1,500; stumnsby the from the Carranza government of pro- I'year the place that! seems to be mot

T of each child would rot pay the i CO acres. The house is new, cvcrvthhg first week in December ot ot _:x acres. I i. tection in reopening mines. i( sought after is the office of county superintendent -
Just as the mjMishe of the ,l9raph of visit I, ;Mr. Smith has a herd of 2:) good hog } 1 cf :schools. Rumor has
I .,. !expense) livery hire alone to shout the place betokens thrift British Consul Scovi'.ip!! at Chihuahtn -
nade "erhrn' outvsIcr .
hod lie 'rc'.vtOl) bushels of corn last connected the of least six
'a.ul examine the rural schools. j ar.d care. !! year City later sent a wire that scv- ppnes at
ep'ii-oment in crd"'r thnt we miehtnnblish The request of the teachers of off of :0.;) acres without anv fertilizer. men with this eWe.! Five of this number -
worthy of the countv | I I B.ick again to th0 main: road and rr.teeii persors, a'J believed to bemoric3ns.
i a r-aner end he : five bales of cotton on have openlignifled i their inten-
Staike colored school and Rosier grew
rVvploned effort the partf coon onp comes to the fine farm and ) had been killrd. Cj\rrr".a
I there, .. : an rn .- White school for a raise in salary was hone of B. L. Smith. lie is not at M"tcen acres. Among the TrficeaWe: officials here confirmed the news of the tion of entering the race.
lt; r'tcr of who" "otto )
% n PIT e I things about his phce :Mr.;: Smith call- This time th" commissioners
1 considered and refused. i county
hcno. but his good wife! knows ;> th- trp edv and mining! men have protested I I
1ft lvisi i1 ir i-
'i'm.to ininre
I i.? to r or onr Treasurer's report was examined, : rd) attention to a fine large rose; tree wil J! be nominal-1 by districts and it is
the amen President
r>r two about JPI'E'li. HO | to Wilson.r
Or.e of thefavcrit" "nlivs" in f
JS. I old. firobable that iHre will several
whch was 27 ; be
;upproveu ard his paid warrants and has<: 320 of land] and is ci'lti.itirg -
,I their cch<>ri'> fa ..111"1'1(1'the T"l('Tftih r \ learned that Carrr.nzn olfirini likely contests.
: bilo duly chec1ied.I 200 of it irs general farming.Ho Get Out Your Stunips
was ai effort to !Ien.t l th' pop to believe 'I \ ? refused a guard of soldier for The Tclegrapl/s political announce-
f tint wf were eytortiorate: Le- I F. G. SCHELL I has 40 head of cattle find 5i I 0 hogs. If there i is cr.e thing above another ihf train from which the men: were ment column i= started today with

cns.' we hsd for d it r.e'esar'tn Secretary.. I T2st year he hid a ood com cvonrij 'about which the Traveler! is a crankit ) ta);en. The Villing is said by some to the cards of II. C. Richard. candidatefor
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'ti rdv.ince ("r ".jbTr'-tioDri"1 to l.0 i I ALREADY HAD FOUR-FIFTHS. '(rcw !0) bales rf cotton on 40 acres' : is getting out thp stuirps. If you 1 l 1,1' the carrying out cf an order to kill clerk of the rircuit court and lion.
.. :':l'. Smith is a thrift fore-honde'l I if hope to e\er r.ll! AmC'rittn.hich orrl" i*: attri-
> aec"nf the h"nvv I -
' 4b'c.. ,.. ..., 1---. ft..l' m1'....,.: l".' I I' man and alwn..q has moat and lard mount to anj thing as a farmer. cl"ir !>'jt to the House of Representa
f. p.::; 'i- ';"'it of AhoI \:pfl Jif! "t..s In a recent issue of the Telegraphthe "'ul corn for Pale. I I that acre from stumps. Over in the f-nin carried a thousand dollars in tives.

_ ;' lc tJti litt/! lunch (\F I'hpr.. +hnTelsor'.nh I names of fifteen prominent citizens The Sv.ift Creek FettlementCrossinor ; Irish! potato country it has been demonstrated urrcncv besides Americans. -- -----

Tnc"f''' 0". L'.st': 7n itK 11'111 j of the far western cart of the I Swift creek and turningto time and again that the DEATH OF INFANT.

rnon" "oicp tJir ariDrc1";! of he coui.tv were mentioned in a news arti- I the right onp soon comes into a settlement I potatoes grown on the land occupied -

old reliable county paner by paving :,cle.! Instructions were given by the I of thrifty farmers who surely by a stump will pay for its destruction NOTICE TO TEACHERS.

their s"bsrr'ntion.' So:; far o1 .Ti.niirv ,I business office to send a sample copyto "live st home and board! at the sime each year. Mr. Smith assures us the I The little onvear old son of Mr.

; 51 '})er on. bave given us this C\\tY'o' such of those citizens as were not rlr.ce." First of these is T. :M. Den- I I same is true in the cotton fields except AH are hereby to work earnestly and Mrs. Geo. iAr.dreu who live a

I'vid'l'1l'f' .r their nnroval. Npr1ir qll i|I(already on our subscription list. When i nison. 'He has 120 acres. of which (CO that.he placed the period at two years. and zealously: to the end of the term short distance west of Stark, died

,- the ... nDtans ore "ompanied byj I the list was checked with the regularI acres are in cultivation. He does gen- Others without number verified the I for the daily average attendance of Sunday morning.January 2nd. after a

nip" 1eH..s of tjpreciatiop.. I I[mailing list it was found that twelve I eral farming and last year had a ;good: estimate. Then if a proposition which all! punils in your school. This is a short illness with stomach disorder.
';g.j. The Teleraih may not be cordially i i of the fifteen prominent citizens were will be so much to your advantage is three-fold }benefit. First. child Rev. F. B. Johns preached the funeral
a cannot -
iJoo-i by all 0f tlp t.litipQ1 .." I\t"1,I I already subscribers to the Telsgraph. nn.Tlittle !'eJfpajingwh}' in the rame of all I full benefit with sermon at the A'jdreu home Tuesday
south '
to the across oen get or
an up
schemers but it is strongwith theneoT Twelve is four-fifths of fifteen which that is thrifty and like goed farmingdo morning and tlv interment took placeat ]
I spree is the r.ice homey place of Jess? I its class if it does not attend! regularII1" -
lard the Xew flyer church cemeterythe
,K generally.: The schemers and is not a bad showing for the circulation -. Dicks. The hearty "get out and come VQU not get busy and rid your ". Second. the benefit to the whole I
nuisance. Do not put off same day. The many friends! of
that of the old reliable of the
trickster nolitici' "s know we nre "county paper. stump
i'1nerVit us" from the school of regular attendance the
in and have as
ij it is onlyto the bereaved parents deeply sympa-
II npai"ct *hei". The N>on1o know that beginning. Begin today
appropriation to each school the
who met "Mack" and meat by .
"un' thize with them.
wore for them. That is the secret U. D. C. ANNOUNCEMENT.The the !gate for the horse was ,4n- set fire to one stump. Tomorrowget Fchoel board is based on average at- .- --
I of the: situation. eluded in the kindly in'itdiolwe- out and set smoke fire ascending to another and the tendance.: Third. the one mill state COTTON: -MOVES UPT H"i
keep '
II' the, midstofg tax which we pet for school is based
vailed and ae: it was in
T. and -
W. the blaze
Weeks with
I Chapter of the right' sky lurid
BRADFORD rnr\TV TEACHERS':: the attendance.
h\ killing there was abundance-.cf on average
Daughters: of Confederacy wish to first thing YOU know YOU yill! get in The price of sea: island .'otton nas
I' ASSOCIATION. the good things which Florida wiv:&sand nearlv thousand
,i state through: The Telegraph that while love with the job and so' interested Our county gained two made another flight;! advance. The
I mothers know so' well how to' fix dollars last which was a vital
solicit year -
j they do net members they wish that in a shcrt time comparatively latest quotation1* from Savannah show
,. un on such occasions. :Mr. Dicks has help to CtITY'out the aim of the I
etin it ltrderstood there are those who will have a fine tract cleared. Flori'ln cotton is selling at
. 'r} ". 'Qx' reoub'- !:! nf the 1hO acres and is cultivating :S3: ; 01 yen school j that fancy
Bradford County Teachers' Associa- wish to show their interest and love which abundance for all Just see what Neighbor Smith accomplished public ', 27& to 28 cents.The lower grades have

1 tAn? Will },6 hnl ;'1 StT"k0 ::7"nl1"r" i for the cause of Confederacy by ioin- home supplies.A he grows. an I I in the couple of monthshe Tc benefit the school I require yourbet [ [moved up also the quotations being

"<>fH. ?t the Hi" School .".j, 'torirrr.The ;->g us, we would be pleased to have was busy with his. Fifteen hundred thought in filling! out the grading I as follows: Extra choice Georgia and
', members at time. mile to the north i isI.. Q. Dick: sheet have the of
at end
them as any you your
will leave
nro issue' rt this paper. We want to urge ,II MRS. LEE PERRYMAN DAVIS. who farmin has 195 acres and dope general: fine open field for working your cultivators school term. It should bs an honest to 26 cents; extia fine, 24!% to 25
President. on the 75 he has in cultivation. and of stir.d-
true record thechild's
f'VP"- tisoher in the count to be present and other machinery without : cents; fine 23ii *o 24 cents. .
He is ninrh interested in hogoxnVn. in If this grading is done well! it _
left !! '
:with is ns we expect to have some .... interference next year. Let it be
T>'-orn?'>pnt educators from the University STRAWBERRY TICKETS. pd with and woods finds that do Guineas cross- to yourselves. 0 hnd owners. What will be a guide to the next teacher :lndfa'e [ j COTTON REPORT.
hogs the best for month of the child'saroctress
- look more shiftless more "like a a or more i,
of Flerida. can -
PROGRAM COMMITTEE. mm.A widow woman's place." as' the sayingis. ) in the next term. which wouldbe l |
Teachers' Aa&'nJ; lIThe Telegraph's job printing depart. rear neighbor is Thomas Murrhy than that deadened field of your... !lost in tho teacher finding out whereto 1! There were ""J.Oo bales of cotton
Bradford County
dent well euipped this who has 40 at leastr : ginned in Bradford county from the ,
is especially ; acres on which he does which father before place the child. Commence ;
_ over your you
p I'.i' :I season to pr'nt strawberry tickets general farming. wrestled with the stumns. and now week before your school is out on i crop of :1915 prior to January 1, 1916. t7i

Mrs. Jamie Clyatt and little Ernie'treturned and can furnish either square or round. Farther to the north across some I YOU are following in his footsteps and this grading. Your register trading:: (as compared with 3491 bales ginned .'

Monday from Worthington, tickets on short notice. Orders for rough country and a den: branch is preparing bequeath to your own shows final report course of study' r prior to January 1. 1915.

where they had been for a week's visit these tickets will be appreciated and the home of S. R. Roberts. He has must be returned at the end t nf the? I'1 I! N. D. .W AI WmGHT, 1

with Mrs. Clyatt's sister. will! have cur best attention. 160 acres and is cultivating 60, and I (Continued on Page 7.) term. F. G. SCHELL .. Special Agent.. ms

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IX MEMORIAM.A .....I.44 V...r.-rI .1. ; I
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[j I OF STATE. DEMOCRATIC, I great sorrow has come into the I Strawberry Rej j > 4

family of Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp, *_. '
COMMITTEE IN JAX. THURSDAY on account of the death of their little Boxes | 1
1 I Ii daughter, Melba Lucile, a few days : frigerator

ago. The little one was 11 months and .
11 days old when called to her heavenly -

.P i. Describing Qualifications of a FloridaDemocrat home, and the sympathy: of all goes i Safes Refrigerators, Mission *
f county canvassing board, which com- out to the bereaved parents. ,
: Directed at Secret Re- prises the county judge, the
super- Precious be they silent slumbers, 1 Furniture, Porch Swings etc. $
visor of and the chairmanof
1 ligious Organizations. registration
.. Peaceful in thy grave so low.
the board of county commissioners, Thou no more will join our numbers, *
A to meet not later than two days after Thou no more our sorrows know. | BOAT BUILDING AND : i
f ACTION WILL HAVE MOST the primary. The state canvassing A little flower transplanted in that ii i
board comprising three cabinet offi- I I happy home above; $ Repairing A Specialty i ii ij i

FAR REACHING EFFECT cials must meet not more than four leas loaned to us a little while, then j

days after the primary to canvass the taken away in love. General Jobbing 1 1f

returns for delegates, at least, and it i I #
{ { Politicians and Democrats Generally will probably be to inform When we leave this world of changes, f !
J necessary When we leave this world of care, B. RONEY l I
Await With Interest Developmentst'l the successful ones by wire so that We shall find our missing loved one i J. Sa .

Following Passage of Resolution. they Louis.may Their immediately credentials embark will for await St. :I In our Father's mansion fair. : Rl ROil" I the night before .

t.! Committeemen and Candidates All. them there. In the event it is impossible It is sad, so sad, that one we lovedso Kingslty Laic Road Slar e. FU.

f Return to Their Respective Homes.I for all members elected to reach dear, :......................... I
the convention in time. those present But we weep not as those without
TKe laxative tab.et
I -- shall vote the entire vote of the Flor- hope r
After of the liveliest For we hope to meet her again in a
and stormiest
one ida delegation.
I sessions held by the state democratic brighter and better world, COFFINS CASKETS ] with the pleasant tisteIn 1 1I'
I Electors to Hear CandidatesFor
Where there is no sickness, no pain,
committee within, the recollec- And a full line ofUndertakers'
t i. deaths will ,
the'first time in the history of no never come
\, '.: tion of the oldest members, delegates Florida politics, the electors of the And no more parting tears are shed. Supplies
and politicians who were in Jacksonville There'll be no grief in Heaven for life
state wlil be the of
for the meeting Thursday have given opportunity is one glad day. Always on hand. The best service -

: practically all left the city, and inter- hearing candidates for all offices in The tears are of those former things at the lowest prices. Special neat tins

est now centers on the possible ef- joint debate in every county, at least that passed away, attention to telegraph orders.
fect various actions taken by the com- twice before the June primary. The There'll be no sin in Heaven. I'

mittee will have on the electorate.The state democratic executive committee =
in session Thursday adopted a resolu- i Behold that blessed throng, Registered Embalmer
state committee, Thursday, I tion providing for an itinerary for all All holy in their spotless robes, all ITL '
monstrated that it still holds considerable -: holy in their ,
candidates for national office song .
state and
f power, for it took actions yesterday I There'll be no deaths in Heaven. DeWITT C. JONES
; which will create a profound and decided to appoint a committee Sue sr to G. C. Livingston & Co i T
{ impression in every nook and corner comprising: the chairman and secre- For they who gain that shore l 3+ I
,' of the state by the passage of at least tary and five other members of the Have won their immortality, Starke, Fla.

f one resolution, that beir.g one describing state ommittee to advertise and arrange And they can die no more J -
the for for public meetings, the expense 1 In Heaven above, where all is love.There'll .
qualifications necessary I(ito I !
:. electors to participate in a democratic be raised by assessing candidates SS's hau tin- fxclusm' !selling rights! for this great laxative.:
( to the extent of 2 per cent of the first be no dying there. Trial !size, 10 cents. -'
I primary. The resolution declares that j ear's salary of the office to which So hard it seems to give her up. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE ",
no me.nber of a secret political or religious they aspire. Our hearts are sad, we drop a tear .
: organization, active in political Chairman Raney announced yesterday As we pen these lines to the memoryOf r THE REXALL STORE '- -itl

matters of this state, is eligible toj afternoon after adjournment that J one who love so dear.A I

participate in a democratic primary it was his intention to appoint the FRIEND. Take
j unless he takes oath that his vote is
campaign committee at the earliest I KELLYSXOWDEX.A iRESULTS
in no wise influenced by the principles
.; association. possible moment so that the campaign FUTUREOF !
of such organization or
j might pet started without delay.
: .When this came to a vote one feeble very pretty wedding occurred at YOUR
f. "no" was heard in opposition, and itt The first resolution of the day to be the home of Mr. D. G. Kelly on last

: appeared to be the almost unanimous adopted was by Watson of Orange, Sunday, January 9th. in the presenceof BUSINESS
the who introduced one endorsing the ad- a large number of friends and rel Price-Sometimes
belief of the confmittee that party l er ''n
h within its ministration of President Wilson, predicting atives. The contracting, parties were HANGS
was in danger from own his renomination, reelectionand Mr. S. D. Kelly and Miss Allie Snow-

ranks. and unprecedented era of prosper- ctn. The ceremony was performedby ..ON Higher inQuality-Always
The of the resolution which '
passage the Rev. A. J. Collins. i
ity during his second term.A R
' :;- appeared in the home edition of the
-. : Florida Metropolis Thursday before I II resolution reimbursing National Can you afford to mrss a peanut t t I
'I Committeeman John T. G. Crawfordfor 'RE TELL Ask any customer about
I its passage was the subject: of much crop? Note the yield on one acre-
discussion on the streets of Jacksonville the expense he incurred in having 100 bushels peanuts, 100 pounds hay FAVORITE FERTILIZERS
democratic nominees placed on the official and still some left h the ground for
;, last night. The action came .
: 'I as a surprise, even to a great majority ballot in the general election of the hogs. Write JI T. Hall, Lowell, *- They know and can testify as to THEIR

1912 was adopted without opposition.The Fla., and he will tell how these 4 1ry. :
of the members, for it was not gener- you QUALITY, THEIR SOLUBILITY, LASTING .,
which met <
Thursday were planted and cultivated. Also he
known that had anything
ally anyone reversed the of former III and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY ;
I. M of the nature in mind when the com- position com- will make you a good price on seed QUALITIES,
i mittee was called to order yesterday mittees when it was decided not to peanuts. 12-24-lt. to.
11'I morning. I[I adopt a resolution offered by Rees of J. R. DAVIS & CO. B*.- 7-

,. Two resolutions, both in effect the Escambia harbormaster and which at Pensacola provided and that the the FINE GRAPEFRUIT. STARKE, FLA. tr'( '1 $ { "For&ijd/oj. / for All Florida Crept -i-

t I j same uLt...,_ and___apparently__ .. LL'___ .L by_ _the___same:.. !i! custodian of lost timber should go P... "... .If.. r. n"i"n.: a hi" ...:h, ,"..." WRITE .FOR QUOTATIONS'; >
r. au nor, appeareo utlure Lilt: CUIiUlULLt'Cen : -- U. L' "'''V'', V. Uii" H", -- -
into the primary. This has been
resolutions, but only one was reported -I a a flourishing young orar.ge and grape- + + + + of! + + tt + tt + ttt
on and passed, and it is as fol- practice of 1 Irfg standing.The fruit grove at Lake Alfred, Polk county + + .AGRICUOTAL .CHEMICALS, BBEOIODES. ,
I committee met yesterday morning adjoining: his "Kfilamazoo Kot-
lows: at 10:30.o'clock and after appointing tage" there. He has just received a + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +
Resolved, That a legal elector shall +
consignment of grapefruit from his +
a credentials: committee and a res-
be declared, taken and held as a mem- olutions committee grove, and brought; a generous l has-> ; + New time table takes effect +
; adjourned at 11:30
ber of the democratic party upon the I jketful. of the fruit to the Telegraph'sforce. + 12:01: Jan. + .
1 a. m. Sunday, 2, 191C.(;
to at 2 Adjournment '
reconvene m. Jacksonville Fla-
p. .
conditions in ad- .
terms and ,
following The fruit were very lane and + Trains will arrive in Starke as +
dition to those required by the general fore 5 o'clock.Primary was. ordered shortly be- I'as delicious as they were beautiful. + follows: + .
primary election law: I and the recipients are very thankfulfor +
First. That he be a white man. I of June 6 Will Affect Large this handsome gift. + +
Jacksonville to Tampa + -
Number of Office Holders
Second. That he believe in the print -
MUSIC CLUB. No. 1 .11:14: m. + I
I p. ,
ciples of the democratic party. Resolutions were adopted by the +
No. 3 _____11:15 +
-------- a. m. ,
Third. That he intends in goodr democratic executive committee indic ,
r + No. 9 (Limited) _____10:24::; a. m.Jacksonville +
"The Little Musicians"
faith to support and vote on the next.. ating the candidates who will have met in the +
|_ general election for all candidates, national '< their names upon the official ballotsin club room Friday afternoon at 3:00: + I
: state and county, nominatedby the primary to be held on June 6. o'clock, and a very enjoyable programwas + to Cedar Key + I II II
the democratic party. I I I The resolution recommended for adoption rendered, after which officers for 1 + No. 15 5:04: "p. m. + I

I f' 1 Fourth. That he will not be influenced 1 by the resolutionS committee was ] the ensuing year were elected as follows + + i 1

1-] in voting for or against any candidate adopted after a long debate in' which President: Eunice Robinson. ++ No. Tampa to Jacksonville + i
''an 2 4:54: a. m. +
religious test amendment offered Committee-
by any or on ac- by Vice-President, Florence Matthews. I
t.i count of religious belief, denomination I man R. P. Reese, of Escambia county, 1 Secretary, Cleo :Mitchell. No. 4 ____.________ 3:41: p. m. + I I

j or sect with whom the candidate had been tabled. Club Reporter, Anna Canova. + No. 10 (Limited)... 5:54: D. m. + I ,

-.' is affiliated. The resolution which was adopted bas Program Committee, Marie Liv- + + I

Fifth. That he is not a member of follows: ingston, Dorothy Edwards, Elizabeth + Cedar Key to JacksonvilleNo. +

(: any secret organization which attempts Be it Resolved by the State Demo- Brownlee. + 14 9:24 a. m. + When Want Mule Horse
Program rendered follows + a
as :
in any way to influence political cratic Executive Committee of Florida Piano 'P you ,
r. action results the solo-Frances Colley. + Wannee Trains +
or ; or obligations in Regular Meeting Assembled: Reading-Elizabeth :
and purposes of which organizationwill That all candidates of the democratic Piano solo-Florence Brownlee. + No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45: a. m. + I
"' justify him in refusing to support party for member of the national Reading-Ethel Griffin. + No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45: p. m. > I Buggy or Wagon; a Set of Har-

any nominee of the party. democratic executive committee, for Recitation-Ida Poppell. + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. + I

Delegates ta St. Louis Must Be Elected president and vice president of the Piano solo-Cleo Mitchell. + .1

in Primary United States, and for circuit judgesof Song-By seven girls, accompaniedby + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I ness come to see us.

Seating of delegates representing all judicial circuits in the state of I Piano JessieIay solo-Margaret Baisden.Livingston. II I I ,

Florida in the Democratic national Florida and candidates for state attor- Wagner was studied, and Chopin is I I
t convention in St. Louis was the subject ney, judge of the .criminal courts of to be studied at our next meeting. Cut Your Store Bill r
t of one of the most animated discussions record, solicitor of the criminal courtsof There being no other business to I j We buy in car lots and give

ever heard during the prog- record and prosecuting attorneys in attend to, adjourned to meet attain on I I

I ress of a meeting of the state democratic county courts, in the state of Florida, Jan. 23. CLEO. MITCHELL Down One Half I customers the benefit of '

b evecutive committee. Believing in which the commissions of present Club Reporter.

i, that the committee faced a situa- incumbents expire prior to December I FARMERS-NEED LARGER-WORK Tens of thousands of farmers well i I the lowest prices.
tion for which it would be held strict-I 31, A. D. 1P17, and candidates for ad- a3 as
ly accountable by the people unless jutant general, state chemist and assistant ;- ANIMALS. town and city folks cut down their store I I

t something was done even if it had to state auditor be selected and bills one-half last year and saved moneyin I Agency for Studebaker Automobiles I

wink at the law in the matter, so to nominated in the regular democratic Farmers of the state are giving a spite of generally short crops and reduced ,

speak, a large number of members of I primary election to be held on the greater attention to the preparation wages.Absolutely. ,
first after the of seed beds. But it is difficult to do ,
state committee which Tuesday first Mondayin
met ,
day in the Seminole Hotel sought yester to .I June A. D. 1916. Be it further two-horse. Good farming tillage with requires one 700poundmule. deep cared and countless millions families of dollars lived better were J. W. Andrews & Son

put through a resolution fostered by Resolved, That a full, true and certi- plowing
good plowing
Ramey of Hillsborough, providing for fied copy of this resolution, duly cer- machinery for working the land.improved Improved than ever before in the face of the cotton ij

the election' of delegates by the com- tified to by the secretary of this com- machinery requires sufficient crisis and general business depression.How _. '!

mittee. In other words, it was soughtto mittee, be served upon the secretary! of horsepower to make it work. The machinery were these burdensome store bills -

have the delegates taken out of the state within the time required by law is no good without the motive cut down? By the real ,
rimary because of the fear that the in such cases made and provided.By power. moneysavingpower
'ted time between the primary and the adoption of this resolutionthe The most serviceable horse for the of good .home gardens, rightly -

convention will not permit Flor's offices of shell fish commissioner, Flerida farmer is one that will weigh planted and kept planted -nd tended I
12 tax commissioners, hotel commissionerand from 1250 to 1400 pounds, according through the seasonn.Hastings
delegates being chosen, duly
convict inspector and other offices to John M. Scott, animal industrialist
lined and sent to St. Louis in will not be voted on in the approaching to the university of Florida experi- 1916 Seed Catalogue tells how
e! for the meeting of the conventionto primary. ment station. The animal should be to cut store bills down; tells about gar- IN

nominate a presidential and vice- active, clean of bone sound jointed, den and farm seeds of kinds and a qual-

,;: presidential cndldate.Considerable Sciatica's Piercing Pain and free of foot trouble. Side and ring ity that cannot be bought from STOCKPLANERS
opposition To kill the bones should be avoided and the feet your mer-
nerve pains sciatica
the should be nearly round. About nine- chant or druggist. It's full of garden and 1 0 nr .\WS STEAM FEEDS
resolution, which the resolutions
can always
you on Sloan'sliniment.
tenths of horse farm MATCHERS SELll'Er.n RIPTOWER
blemishes information.
and It's
defectsare free if ask
_committee tussled with for two hours It you
penetrates to the seat
in the legs and feet, which for it. Write for it KDCrRS
Vand which now. H.HASTINGS
was finally reported favor- of pain and brings ease as soon as it should be examined close Iv. PERKIX5' SIII.NGLB MACHIXERVE.GI.ES :
4 /ably. Every man who favored the is applied. A CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Advt.)
: great comfort too with Most farmers will likely prefer f up to 10 h. S.'W:TILL, I ,
;L committee choosing the delegates for Sloan's is that mules. because
no rubbing they
required. are tougher and BOILERS, up to 40 b. Li Iit end ITrtC/r: t
s this committee for this one time expressed Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for will stand more rough treatment than Bad Habits. SAM DUST COXVCYOHS SLAB CAA'moflSCUSOLIM I

himself as being in favor of stopping muscular or nerve pain of horses.oon to i.no Mules should.. weigh s from 1 1-P Those who breakfast at eight o'clock : KXGIAES. STE.'EItJS I t l; sa

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01:1001:101 01l0.oeo ono to be operated throughout Floridaby .... --y.- ;
the state board of health were @ I t
I LIVE STATE NEWS e thrown open for public inspection fJ I

r yesterday morning, and during the daya
large number of interested people i iI

i were shown through them and had the If Nervous? I

Things That Are Happening All Over Florida various displays explained. The cars I I
u are parked on a siding on the south i
2 As Told By Our Exchanges side of West Forsyth street in the 900 D Mrs. Walter Vincent, : ,
a of Pleasant HOI, N. C., :
block, and are in charge of an attend-
0' _-A _'OIIO--OII O G V-V"AAv : 'OQO ant, who is also there to explain the writes: t'forthree sum-

exhibits. They will depart Mondayfor I Ben, I suffered from I I Ii '
ST. AUGUSTINE Chamber of labor market was being seriously '
.' Commerce is making plans for the big affected by the inroads of these the initial trip down the East 8 nervousness dreadful i

state roads convention which is to be strangers, and said that he had been Coast. Two of the cars are occupied pains in my back and t {

held in that city the latter part of delegated by naval stores men to go by the displays of the state board of ;Q ides, and weak sinking i,

March or the first week of April. before Mayor Greenhut with a viewto health, white the third is fitted as spells. Three bottles of f i : l

having some action taken againstthe living quarters for the attaches, who rIi Cardul, the woman's i I I :
i strangers who are reported to be will have charge while on tour. These i I tonic, relieved me entirety I I I I
sheriffs at !
MIAMI-Deputy at work here.PENSACOLA.The. cars were constructed by the Pullman I feel like another : ; I

: recently fifteen barels seized of 39 beer.cases of The whiskey stuff was and Company and brought to Jacksonvilleseveral f>1 person, now" : : I
seized at the docks of the Van Steam Louisville and ago. upon ,
arrival J. Y: TAKE I
their Dr. \ Porter, state -
ship line and was carried in a truckto Nashville railroad is to erect new
the and unloadedas shops at Pensacola, utilizing all of health officer, and his assistants be- II
county jail yard
the land in the enclosure that if gan installing the equipment, which is
contraband of illict liquor traffic. now to form the greatest asset of the mam- I : I %
vacant Cardui
space. The buildings are to
be much larger and modern while the moth educational campaign to be con- 13
ORANGE SPRINGS-A demonstration machinery will be of the modern ducted throughout Florida during the : f :

farm isto be started at Drange character and will IN electrically next few months.BARTOWJust.

Springs. Florida Farms and Homes, driven, displacing steam. Plans for The Woman'S Tonic! iI i : I i I ;i ii
has scientific farmer
Inc., engaged a the new shops have reached here from as night fell Sat-
who has spent his life on the farm, the head offices' in Louisville and have urday last, Joe, the big pointer dog ,J. for over 50 years < )

studied in Georgia Agricultural Col- been approved by the local officials. of J. C. Read, possibly saved the life Cardul has been helping : : -

lege North and served Carolina.as farm demonstratorin The work of demolishing the old of J. H. Dean at the duck pond in Excelsior !@I I to relieve women's unnecessary i r ,
structures is to commence at once. park about three miles north- ,
pains and
east of Bartow. Messrs. Dean and I I I .

DAYTONA BEACH,-Prompted by P ALA TKA-A timber land deal Read were out duck shooting and Mr. @ to buDding hearth weak and women up
caused ill health Dean had waded out some flag strength. '
despondency by presumably here yesterday between H. among
S. Cum-
widow where duck with broken wing had I It will db the same for
Mrs. Ellen Delmore a a
a of
mings Rodman and Bros.
Camp :
the' fallen. stirred in the @I you if given a fair trial
one of the proprietresses of Something wa-
Levy involved
county, 50,000 acres of
: '
White House at Daytona: Beach, ended land in Levy county and a money con- ter and Mr. Dean, not able to see dis- So, don t wait but begin f

her life by drowning in the ocean at sideration of $400,000. By the deal and tinctly owing/to the gathering dark- taking Cardui today; for ,I "i'

the hour of midnight or soon there- its subsequent operations, :Mr. Cum- ness, thought the agitation in the )Iits use cannot harm you }

after Wednesday morning. mings became one of the largest tim- water was made by the duck. He was I, and should surely do you ., JrJ

ber land owners in tile state and Rod- about to seize the moving object, but good. >fnFORSALE

ST. 'pETERSBURG-the anglerswere man, where the timber taken off this Joe, coming up at this moment, was '"

s /thick on the Recreation pierat vast tract will be sawed, one of the given the job of bringing in the game @ .i@i@ I'I'1
This was, however, a clear case of
biggest mills. The
St. Petersburg one morning re- saw terms of payment f
mistaken for when the faith-
cently that they almost touched elbows have not been divulged, but it
ful dog lifted his head from the watera
all along one side from the div- U learned that it was equivalent to ,;
ing platform out to the other ftnd. a cash transaction. monstrous moccasin was writhing in + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I ;
his mouth. The snake struck the dog ... !
The bright warm weather, and the +
the left andas result the
wpr eye a
fact that the fish were biting well 1 +
I PLANT CITY-Thirty-two thousand
head and fleck swollen almost
.dog's are -
i brought the crowd. out. acres of land, most of lying north to the proportions of a lion's : { j

j east of Plant City, from its limits on and the owner i ill still uncertain as to ,
1' ST. AUGUSTINE-The winter up to and over the Polk county ins, whether the dog will survive. Of +

schedule of the Florida East Coast is included in a drainage district in course, if the dog bad not caught the 1+ .

Railway was put into effect Tuesday, process of formation. More than 100 snake, Mr. Dean would, and possiblywith + 40 acres on Lawtey and j .

] January 4, at which time two addi- : property owners, representing a ma- very serious if not fatal results. + Butler road, 3 miles west (3)l
tional trains each way were put on- jority of the acreage included in the + Lawtey.
": Numbers 33 and 3-1. known as the district, have affixed their signatureto LIKE HOT CAKES. + 1

..' "Palm Beach Limited" and Numbers the petition presented to Judge + 25 acres on Lawtey and Highland '' ;

87 and 88, known as the "New York, Francis M. Robles, of the circuit court The last carload of mules brought + road, "National Highway. : .
Palm Beach and Miami Special.' This asking that the drainage district be to Starke by J. W. Andrews &: Son + One-half mile north of i (

arrangement will provide five trainsa incorporated in accordance with the were all sold in less than ten days after + $COO cash or terms. ; f
day each way. act of 1913, providing for such districts arrival. While the Messrs. Andrews + .'""

; and for their control.tampaTimes. were busy selling mules they 20 acres on Lawtey and Highland : -
also sold two Ford cars.
ZOLFO SPRINGS-The city coun- Starke keeps up her old time repu- + road, "National Highway. : f

cil a few days ago appropriated funds tation for being a great stock market, + One mile north of Lawtey. : .

for defraying the expenses of sending WEST PALM BEACH-In the and the deeper plowing generally + six acres cleared. $GOO cash '.
weekly a thousand copies of the Zolfo school at Indiantown are to be found practiced these days makes it neces- + terms ;
Springs Truth to people abroad inter- each day a half dozen Seminolesand sary to have heavier stock than for- + -...
The mules for sale J. W.
merly. by
ested in knowing more of that city they are not all children. One + L. H. HILL.
Andrews & Son proved to be just ..
and section. The Truth issued sixteen of them is full forty years of age- what was wanted. + Lawtey / Florida.

h pages last week, illustrated by but he it as intent upon gaining an + 1 'f
numerous halftones depicting development education IB any of the whites to be WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER? +

scenes of that ruction.t found at any point. There was some + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I i
question at finsfe regarding the ad- Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, secretary of the / .-

MELROSE Attracted by heavy mission of the Indians to the school- Starke board of trade, has received ]
smoke and flames many neighbors and the matter was referred to Superintendent the; following letter from an ice cream

rushed to the house of Levi S. Jerni- Lewis. He assured the pa- manufacturing concern in Jackion-
gan, who lived alone about four miles trons of the school that the matter wan ville. If you can furnish milk and H. C. RICHARD \ -'-
Mr. Wilson,
in ;
cream quantities, see
horrified to ]] within their to
east of town. They were wholly province ai
at the office of the Bradford County
find his Badly burnt body on the whether or not the Seminoles should Abstract Company: General InsuranceI

ground, where he had evidently fallen attend; and it was then agreed that I "This company wlil be in the market

off his back porch. Mr. Jernigan was they might make a try at the proposition. 1 for' large; quantities of milk and cream represent none but

an aged Confederate pensioner and I beginning1 about March 1st, 1916, CLASS companies and will be /
one of the earliest settlers in that partof .and is endeavoring; to get; in touch .
all the dairymen who have milk constantly on the alert to pro-
I Yith
Putnam county. The funeral over CLEARWATER-Having failed to .
( sell."We mote interests. Guarantee
his remains took place this afternoonat I file-an-appeal in the Supreme Court, ana cream to therefore your
will greatly appre-- courteous treatment to all
Eliam Cemetary.TAVARESTwo. attorneys for J. J. Mendenhall, recently pa-
ciate your furnishing us with a list of
trons. A well written
policy bya
convicted and sentenced to life
the milk and cream producers, and also -
young men known imprisonment for the murder of Su- the farmers making butter in your first-class agent in a first- It

,, as Kennedy brothers, who were in san Elliot in Pinellas county during vicinity. We will then write them our class company sometimes means t

jail awaiting trial on a charge of the month of July, this year, are now prices on the above mentioned com- much in case of loss by fire
modities. Our plant can use vast quantities -
Tallahassee endeavoring to
in securea
the Hudson store in I 1 1 ,
burglarizing of milk and and although
new supersedeas bond so that Men- H. C. RICHARD Starke
Christmas by
celebrated be ,
Leesburg, in the producers in your vicinity may
denhall be allowed to remain \
capturing and beating up Jailer Dod- may the Pinellas selling their milk, cream and butterwe -
son at Tavares, locking him in a cell the custoday county believe our proposition will so appeal !
officials and not sent to the convict
and escaping. Up to date no trace of I to them that thev will increase
i camps. It is claimed that the court their herds to enable them to furnishus I
the pair has ben found. Till Quinine That Does Not Affect The
reporter was unable to transcribe the our requirements. We are prepared -
The had made a previous I Because of its tonic
Kennedys and laxative effect
submitted the trialin to contract for in
out testimony during a year or more TIVE BROMO OC1NIXE is betterthan
attempt to get away by picking time to prepare for an appeal. advance, assuring them of a constant Quinine auk does not cause nervousness
the mortar from between the bricks, market. raging in head. Kemcmbrr the lull name
discovered and their,Judje Reeves, in passing sentence on look lor the signature of 2. W. GROVE.
but they were "We would also appreciate information -
Mendenhall, allowed 90 days in i
attempt foiled.MILTONThe. as to the usual wholesale price of
to make an appeal and this time ex- (
milk and cream in your neighborhood. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey { .
pired this week.TALLAHASSEEAt. "For our responsibility we refer yo"to For your cold, for your cough,
biggest real estate the Atlantic National Bank, of, your feverish throat, nose and
transaction that has been made in 2 o'clock yesterday Jacksonville, Fla." use Dr. King's Pine Tar Honey. ] }

Santa Rosa county for a long time I morning Mr. Charlie Prince soothes the irritation, pine tar
0. T. Smith in Jacksonville
was consummated Thursday evening heard a noise in his chicken house Monday business. the phlegm, thus relieving con 'I( .
lead- on
when W. R. Flowers, one of the out with his to see what
I and went gun Pine tar also acts as an antiseptic, l'
ing naval stores operators in West was the matter. He met the negro result relief follows.
++..++.HIIH. + *** a general
in fee simple, the Wilkinson in the door of the +IIHII ** :
1 Florida purchased I jjas. + + [ ing becomes easier! and further
ColdwateV Naval Stores holdings in .fowl house com nQ' out with a chicken + CHURCHES. .1 1 mation is arrested. Insist on : I I ,
this county. These holdings consistof under his: coat. The gun proved to
+ 1 Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is an I I
16,000 acres of timber lands, twelve I be unloaded, and the two in the dark + ----- treatment. Price 25c. ( )
miles of railroad, together with the :engaged in a hand-to-hand altercation. + BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer- +

rolling stock the Coldwater sawmill I I After sustaining a number of scratches + rell. Sunday school, 9:43 A. -.--- r t'

turpentine stills, and a large amountcf at the hands of the negro, Mr. + M. Morning service, 11:00; + 4WE

other equipment. The purchasewas : Prince was victorious; and barefooted, + Sunday 6:45 P. :M. Visitors +

made from Mrs. Elliot and her ;i brought his captive to the city and he + cordially invited to attend. *
representatives and involved about is now incarcerated in the county bas- i ,
140,000.-Milton Gazette. I.tile awaiting trial next Monday be- PRESBYTERIAN. H. G. + IReduce
'. fore Justice cf the Peace. W. H. Hopkins ;
+ Dennison, Pastor. Sunday +
:MIAMI When the steam yacht, on the charge cf burglary and school at 10:00: A. M. Preach- + .
Bay assault; and battery and trespassing\ the Hih Cost of LMndby
out Biscayne
Wisdom slipped etc. .He will likely I receive a severe + ing services at regular hours. +
early Monday: morr.in-? she carried sentence.ST. + evening service, 7:30. Visitors +

with her a party of scientific men who + cordially invited to worship + Trading with .
expect to unearth new discoveries in t
+ with us. +
South American countries! and secure AUGUSTINE-Since Christmasday .4 A '
moving pictures of fish and animal life there have appeared throughoutthe + :

in the tropics. The party is in chargeof city a great many air rifles and CHRISTIAN-Rev. John Mul- + S ___ SK V-1

Dr. E. A. Salisbury of California, small guns known as '::!:!s. As a resultof + ady, pastor. Services on morn- ++ K
+ ing and evening of the fourth
. Southward Ho expedi- these Christmas in the
the head of the presents +
+ Sunday of the month.EPISCOPAL1 ,1'
tion of scientific motion picture makers hands of children there has been a + + FOR FORCATALOG je
and for the next few months the big more cr less general slaughter of *
yacht will carry the party on a 10. birds within the city limits somethingthat | + ev. A. Osmond + O a st O

000 mile junket, slipping: into out of is strictly against the law andis + Worthing, priest in charge. + r

the way places in South America in punishable with both fine and im- + Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morn- + U U

search of material for the scientific prisonment. Several complaints have I1 ing prayer and sermon, 11:00 + R &w\1w4; R .4

films, been lodged with the police and now + o'clock. Evening prayer and +

Chief Quigley gives warning that boys + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re- + CATALOG

PENSACOIA-Strong complaintshave found with air rifles or small guns in + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. +
which shot is used will be placed un- + ..
been heard of late over the activity +
der arrest and the rifles confiscatedby
of labor agents from other states,i the police. It is the intention of + METHODIST-Rev. John A. +

. whocoming here within the past several the police to put an immediate stop + Hendry, pastor. Sunday schoolat + J.S.BROWNCALLTODAYANDINVEST16ATEHOWY000AN

weekshave been very busy according :' to the practice and this warning is + 9:45 A. M. Morning ser- +

to reports from naval stores given so that all the guilty ones mayhave + vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening + I PROCURE: BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL

men, in an endeavor to induce with: a fair chance to consign their + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior + ARTICLES REDEEMING OUR COUPONS AND CERTIFICATES ISSUED WITH x

some cf negroes degree to of go success into, large Louisiana numbers and : guns to the attic and leave them there. + Epworth League, Sunday 4:00P. + EVERY CASH PJRCHASE.} OR ON ACCOUNTS TO BE PAID BY 5TKOF MONTH. p pa

'. Texas to take work there. One prom- + M. Senior Epworth League, + .

inent naval stores man stated that the j. JACKSONVILLE exhibit cars ++++* iiinnniiMi ++f++ .

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.i .V'lJ".v"w 'r y pro i''T"l'f'i 't>
THE HESS CASE IX COL'Uf:: .1 j f ro
seeing a r.Cway cf doing the work tie has at eaa oo oco a6esco aosooeoooo aeos I : : ..

iSrabfnr ii GJpuutij! Subgraph hand. lIe is very gullible! and easily taken in," be- .. I i i : Political t Asnoonceinenls *
I Florida Editors : He- Sues the Seaboard Ccmpany ,I
With | ; Roy -s I +
cause cf lack of judgment in separating busybodies For 20,000 1>amag-t.'s. !j 1 e ab2ti919441

Local and Long Distance Phone Number 40. and frauds from men of character and dis- 3 1 0 s"'r49t x0460.+
ir00t'i DA i04JlQ 40 tb10000004Cleanliness Car.', net n'V.Hn ".m !inri1; in i,' ::!! .
cernment. < +1 009004POa i I ,, .
word vii! I : 1"jj.I..d 1.1.<,, !' tin- he ding
class This is the time cf the year when the fussy: man Next to Godliness. The suit Key Hess vs the Seaboard, from date of ,-?;* Published weekly and entered as second damages $20,000 was begun .beforej i!i in June fop J? \ proportionate aHitionil
has read in
matter at the post office at Starke, Florida.E. is at his best-or rather worst. For he There is no better edrti5emer.t for a town; Jude Wills! in Gainesville We.dneslly.j char e will !*' "ttntln for additional vpae, fractional -
the papers that the new must le begun right parts of ;n inch being counted ?.s an
year of Starke being
l than keeping it clean and tidy. Everyone is attracted I). E. Knight Esq., inch. Annojnj tees are payable in al-

S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner. and that he should get out of the ruts and conducthis by a clean town. Let us keep our city clean in the attorney for Mr. Hess. \anre and this."de, _will. not bo varied:
r Hr.
business on a better basis. He is not relyingon Bushnell I Three or four years ago Hess -- ----
ti II. E. LAG ERG REX Associate Editor. but every way physically and morally.- of this city, was a fireman on a Wan- FOR CIEBK' CIRCUIT COURT.
judgment in improving matters ,
own branch engine W. II. Porter being I rfspeetfull announce my candidacy for
Times. nee the office of \!l r'< of the Circut Court
asks others for suggestions and these come quick of
Mr. Hess while stopping -
Plant a typewriter.If the engineer. Bra lordi Courtly; anj solicit YOUr support at
I and fast, no two alike. The fussy one gets into a Right Brother. at Sampson City had to make an the primary ekvti'm to be hill! on the 6th day

then fever about what to do. Being himself unable to adjustment to the whistle of the engine of June l&H.l !am encouraged to enter this
advertises is
man Mrs. Henry Ford urges mothers to pray insteadof and warned Mr. Porter not to race by the fls'irti-'nif \ote received by meat
the formulate a plan-not knowing what he wantshe the last electir!,. at which time I withdrew
and most progressivemen
the doctors lawyers are about twenty-five years ago we pull the whistle cord while he was at
life associates his spank. Long from the seconj? t rimary in order to prcseneharmony
makes burden to his employees -
of Macclenny. a have seconded the motion, but we ain't so work. This however Porter did, fora in the party as well as the proffered
and his family and it is being hinted would joke, probably not thinking that support of frni! ;is who were otheri-e obli-

There is a play called "Freckles" going the around that he is becoming "dippy." Today he enthusiastic on the subject noIt's all Times.a question ':zany harm would come from it. But Kated lunf during with the that office campa will 1rn.if Those I am elected having

rounds in Florida.Macclenny Standard. Just wants one thing; tomorrow, on account of new advises of who's to get the spanking.-Tampa 'the blast broke the ear drum of the 1.! given court'MIS attention and consideration .
I fireman, and he was soon afterwards The recyrt'' under my persona! care
tackle a man with freckles and hair to match B0. he wants another, and instead of the order discnarsrred because he could not stand "id Fi'neni-ion' hall ever be open to nsptc.

Avery and you'll find it no "play.: that reigned before, all is now chaos. But :a calm The Preacher Knew. ,I the periodical hearing test and though tieD by the puLl,*, Ktsptrtfally.H.. C. .RICHARD

always follows a storm, and soon the fussy one One of our: preacher friends said to us the other jhe I has tried several specialists his .. -- --

Editor R. W. Storrs, of the DeFuniak Breeze is fusses himself out and adopts the other extremity day, "If we were as blunt and outspoken and told i hearing has not improved and he can- To the De-r FOR"<: nic TJKPRESEXT Elittors of.\TIVE Kradford Com

that his the naked truth as do in Chief Catterings we'dstarve i Inot find any work at his Florida! '5I
a candidate for senator from the third district. An- of neglecting business entirely. you hence the suit o'cupation'j ty :

other chance for Walton county to send a newspaper The very first step to success in any calling is to death. Maybe we will, but we take no- railroading, ages. :. IROL'I'-ic-hv; ONE.anr f*i r nee re-romination myself a for cam'ii'at the!' office* in

man to the legislature.-Pensacola News. se-lf-confidence. A man must have faith in his own tice that the truth don't hardly ever hurt the in- j LATER-Advises from Gainesville .1..( Rfrrc-iitati" f liradford Courty. Florida! ,
I -.rhif-ct to the Jc'ion of the dtmocratic! pri-
judgment and while it is proper to listen to advice, r.ocert. Why be a "skeered laddie? Sow belly Thursday say that the jury awarded mary to be hcli: ? ii June 1ft!!;.

Lake Butler now has two newspapers J. A. Brue- 'ho must be able to pass upon the different opinionshe and corn pones are pretty good.-Winter Haven :! Mr. He--s: ?4)00: ) damages. It i.; also I i n"71i.: rr-ej-fptfil'v! c-lcctors. .i.ilieit!".' pronij-e the su'tvrt nominated of ail den-and

derly having started the "Florida American" there hears expressed sift out what is valuable and Chief. I stated that the Seaboard company will It"iclel "-) faith.uj.v ili-rhnnre the dut!'-s of

and the first number of the new sheet appeared on I discard the rest. Many men of good judgment are appeal the c.sc to the supreme court. I I the otter.i i JOE HILL \ WILLIAM
I -
our desk last Friday. We wish the new publicationsuccess. hampered by the belief that other men are wiser Becoming Independent. I' 7TICE)Ftitf{ MEETING OF ClIEDI- .

octet that their suggestions should be followed!, and Formerly the United States depcrdcd upon Germany NOT A C.\ DW.\TE. I TPF*. ,
I I In the! ristri4} .
roars of the United
they never learn that the opinion of two men on for her coal tar dyes. Recentlly, however, ,. air the Scttherntitriet cf Florida. In ?Bank Itu .

Shellfish Commissioner Hodges accuses the the is the in this I had inquiries from I ruptcy. :
same subject never same. ic\eral plants! have! been put in operation Having so many

preme court of declaring that the oyster is a fish.I I Believe in yourself, lay down a plan to work by, country, and mere will follow. America ought to ;.fiiends as to whether or not I would i t j. i'l-i In in the the n!itteS.cflun>,;' .>f. tradford.W.lir.! Di of.tret Lt.,! afore-For! .'.
I ibr for State Senator. I
This reminds us of the express agent who would : then follow it, and, ten to one, you will reap suc- Le independent of any country and when the war a candidate 1 sai,!, lanirupt. -
it cf the :
; .ke this method anneur.eir to nice i is !!( ri,in that
not accept a consignment of turtles for shipmer.t II cess. The fussy man is in a continual "stew" all in Europe is concluded the United States will prob- i people of Bradford county that I will I _.th. 10H. the.r'S:1 s. :..I S. '\. Allen on was Dt'Cflr.hel't duly at!. 'i

because in his rate book the heading "insects" through his life: his successes never last long, and ably be in position to offer for sale even the cheap ;, not he a candidate for any office in i> of jirI.T'l his tankrupt' and: that the first meeting 1

could not be found, and according to his version of' what he has gained he is sure to lose on some silly I toys now so generously: imported from Germany.- ,1 the ccming primary. I win *o thank! :. the clerk creditors of saij *p'1',rjrt be in the held iroiernnutt in the office building of- +1

natural the turtle is "a insecVSidney the citizens of this county for their I IalJidint in the city K .lae6soivi'le.! Du\al 1ii
history venture that supposedly wise men had encouraged Apalachicola Times. p county Iii
I !' confidence in me by honcrir.gi( Flor'.Ja.: ; on Jam .r> _!: ntl. 191<>. at V errs! : .
t r, him to try. And on account of his disagreeable me with their votes for two terms in :, a. m. at which llme; raid creditors; may at.

J. Catts who spoke in Delray this w'ek'i rays he is often given a wide berth and is keptfrom Abate the Nuisance. I the State Senate, and assure them that i iI t c.nmine tend. pro'e the thl.i4 lia'i!*:"Jt clams>t. and ant transact point a such:trustee a:

has not even been paid the compliment of being "getting in on the ground floor" because "he of the state to be unit in dC- I,1 rnpreciate same more than they will'|"business; as may properly come before nth.sail .i
The seems a I
taken seriously by most of the of the is know. press I will ever know and I trust that their j I merlins''. ;
newspapers so fussy,
you pouncing the carnival shows, which were oncer.mo'n j I confidence bestowed upon me has not |j JrcksonuIIe, fit. Jan. 12th: 1P16 .;
.,.. stat However his demagogic speeches seem to the worst pests the state ever had but been lost cr shaken in the Ie:'st. I 1!I l-i'-lt : cms. s. ADXMS.
appeal strongly to certain voters and unless some flr'd that l law practice needs all of I .: Referee in Bankruptcy.YOUNG {
NATAL GRASS FOR FLORIDA. which now visit: Florida but rarely I thanks to the my | --
vigorous opposition appears the candidates may find the of ; my limp and while I wi'.l not be acandidate j- ".miEF! CAUGHT -1.;
rather stringent law passed by legislature
that although Catts is a joke the joke is on them.It The development of the natal hay industry promises I! in the coming primary, I |I _J
of the carnivals is all
1911. This general swatting in the future ask to honor
you me
i may
seems incredible that such a man could receive to make Florida independent of northern grass i .
very proper, but its the fellow! who helped create 'again with your vote and ir.fluncce.Respectfully Was Arrested! :Li Schsc! and Caught
the of become factor Fer time the South has been
support enough men to a in hays. a long import I
A the sentiment that largely put them out of business With he( Coods..Saturday .
gubernational fight but stranger things have ing hay from the North, and a grass which would A. Z. ADKIXS.AGENTS }
several who has the largest share of our
been seen in politics. It must be remembered that approximate the feeding value of timothy has beeneagerly years ago I,

i. the vote of an ignorant or unthinking man counts sought for. For Florida the need reams to admiration.-Plant City Courier. WANTED. I err;in- a colored lad with
I .the SOHT-C-JS ..;+;re of Claudius! Hem-
, just as much as that cf a man who realizes what have been supplied in natal. Millionaires Kindness. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON DE:' D. :.ins vav Hall} cnered the store of A. t

{ he is doing.-Delray! Progress. Analysis shows that it is about equal in protein I Two memorial editions of his life; McKinney. p-t of the depot, and

content to timothy. Some samples, according to We haven't thought too much of Mr. Prick as a cne written by Doctor Washington him asked to le shorn some packet knives.

"MAGNETIC: )IOUXT.-\I S." A. P. Spencer district agent for the University of steel man nor as a patron of art but he has scored self, price $l.?;j: one by Frederick E. (i.\ lox of cut!. ry was phced on the .

Florida Extension this Christmas and it is huts off to him. A bank Drinker, price ?1. Each a complete counter and top toy picked out one '/'
Division :
The following is an example of the dope found in run slightly higher i worth a dollar, lie
story of his life. Oar hooks contain saw some key 'r
the "scientific" departments of the magazine sections than the average of timothy. When the grass is in Pittsburgh had made a specialty of the pennies.: rings on the wili!] opposite and asked .
ia full of his siclnes.
report death :
of the great Sunday papers: cut at the right stage and properly: cared it makes of school children l and h thirty years the deposit i j I burial and memorial) exercises held at'to he shown civ:. When Mr. McKinney -
had climbed within hearing of $200,000: ; then the ; turned to J;,ke down rice she
palatable hay of fine quality. It seems to be able a :
"The mountains of Porto Rico have been found Tuskogee:! Sunday, Dec. Ire: in
j are Lov dinned !
bank failed and the kiddies were about to be taught I|' tha knife: into his pocket.
to smother out weeds and thus sells well the I "
: to be so magnetic that they attract surveyors on the center cf the South. Can get books Mr. .IcKin""v did not miss the
the of Just then Mr. Frick scored-
folly saving.
plumb lines. Some if the old surveys are foundto market. i i j jto you instantly: by express prepaid. I knife >..eror Mom'sv morning, and no- '

be as much as .half a mile or more off the correct Natal grass has proved itself well adapted to he authorized another bank to pay all these claims 'j Credit given. Beautiful! outfits that thled: Chief K'U. The bov's name was .

line because of this hitherto unsuspected magneticnvpr the high pine sections of Middle Florida and seems and charge the cost to him giving check( to cover I''I i get the Lu iness. Aerts.1ntcd;: Order I I not knnm. bjMr.: Kite thought -

y? inflUt"n/ th_<_> nlnmh rinris',.*' especially well adapted to the lake region of Polk as a Christmas gift! What if he ran for president ,[ outfit! of your <:choice each 15 centsor fv"png tok!'. and Ho'.lvoold he fJurd be the!likely to be the .
----------- n ------ ---- I culprit at the
rl rf and Lake counties on land which was formerly as Santa Claus?-Times-Union. both SO eents. R. L. Phillips Publishing I
con- Tromasville!! sd ;III. with the
Surveying by plumblines is a new one on us, and Co., Atlanta, Ga. 12-24-Ht on
sidered worthless except for citrus. Flatwoods his nerson.!' I
if there is such _
: a process, as the plumb-bobs are -
r lands have been used to some extent for growingthe Minus Brains. -- The ();I'a; turned over to the "' 1county
made of brass and generally filled with lead both CARD OF THANKS.To
t crop but it is the opinion of those who have "Wildly! cheered'' were the remarks made by the authorises; aid was tried by
> non-magnetic metals they cannot be attracted by Judge Gardiner; fourd guilty and sen-
observed its growth that such lands must be well alleged candidate for governor of this state, Sid-
pnred( to fire *f
"magnetic mountains. But the above statementwas a : or six months
invented writer drained before satisfactory results can be obtained.Mr. ney J. Cat s, when in Titusville recently he denounced all the kind friends who assisted in the ?ar <:. The fine was paid by the _
of much
l.t but little knowledge.by some imagination Spencer is of the opinion that the grass the carrying of arms upon the state fisheries !t i us during the illness and after the I' boy's father. )

should not be sown on new raw land. New land patrol boat, and vowed that if he should be :: death of cur little daughter we express -

should be cultivated at least to elected governor he would head the state militia, if our sincere thanks, also to Dr. PROSPEROUS BANKING. 4
FORGET YOURSELF.Are one season some
J. C. Wills for The Bradford
I his zeal and kindness.MR. County Bank had its i
other cover crop. Legumes or some other cover such a plan was necessary find the fish commissioner annual stockholders!
crop m'eetingTuesday
who |
you a boy or girl is continually think and MRS. Wm. SAPP.
should Le and turned under and sink his "infernal gunboats." Such night rid the
grown to furnish organic remarks ame officers were reelected -
of himself herself If
ing or ? so, just try to for- --- -
matter. A large acreage of wild lands in Florida coming from a mr.nrho believes he is qualified FRESH EGGS for 191 fi. viz: : N. T. Pitch,
for awhile. You will WANTED.
get yourself never do anything
W. 1.
might be brought into natal to fill the gubcrnational chair merely indicate i- : Weeks vice president -
great until you do. Self-consciousness is a disease production by proper Will pay cash for your fresh eggs., ; J. H. Ritch, cashier, and S. L. '
preparation.The a brain that is minus in some af its cells. Of
with many. No matter what they do, they can !(iby regular parcel post or express I I Peek, assistant 'a<;hier. The directors -
to be course Catts is never taken seriously; he is more are, X. T. P.iuh, W. T. Weeks H.
never get away from themselves. They become grass seems adapted to the south and ,
shipments. Write
central parts of the state. It is that the joke which fills in between the regular ballads us for particulars, I I IC. Richard. O. J.'Griffin, F. H. Long
possible with
warped upon the subject of self analysis, wondering *t the' minstrel show-killing bit of sating number of dozen you can fur- I The books shoved a most satisfactory -
time.'n1' '
how they look and how they appear, what i:11proyetvarieties} and cultural methods it may be the a )- nish weekly. EGG MARKET, )Ic-In.j I condition cf the bank. which

others think of them, how they can enhance their grown farther north. While some phenomenal ing program and working to get "a hand" that toch, Fla. rrtatlv pleasedthe) stockholders, in .+i!

own interests. In other words, every thought and yields have been reported from natal sections it is will put the audience in humor to enjoy the real I I fact the bitsines done up to December 1

t best to moderate performance. Sort of a "Requies Cat in pace" proposition cures CW 31, 1915, w.ts the best in the his- tJ|
expect only Ecra
every effort seems to be focused upon self; nothing a tonnage. It seems CtSe! ; Eesuiies: Won't Ccr I I
t radiates from them. capable of making: about a ton to the acre on aver -conducted by a man who put Catt in catastrophe. The worst cases no matter cf how long standing: tnry t f the bank A statement of thecondition 1
.-Palm Beach Post.Progres'hc are cured by the wonderful oU reliable Dr. I I of Bradford County Bank is \!
No one can grow while his thoughts are self-cen- age land and this is about all that can be expected Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve I irbii./
. tered. The sympathies of the man who thinks on- of timothy in the North. With a ton to the acre, Pain and Heals at the flame tme. C5c.: SOc, $LOO. TeJeraph.! r

Florida could become practically independent: of imported : Ocaa. I r
ly cf himself are soon dried up. Selfconscious- ---- '
hay. Ocala isn't the biggest town in Florida, but it -
; ness acts as a paralysis to all expansion strangles
leads in some things. One is in medical inspection
enlargement kills aspiration, cripples executive
ability. The mind which accomplishes things looks THE NEED OF PREPAREDNESS. of its schools. It probably takes more care in this
regard than: any other town of its size in the Uni-
out, not in; it is focused upon its object, not upon
itself.-Exchange. The Austrian government has given a favorable ted States. This :inspection, by a competent physician l

answer to the second United States note concerning bean semeesrs a:so. and has been faithfully: rGlf

r the Ancona case, and the submarine cammanderhas followed out ever since. It not only saves untold FI r ,
been punished for not safeguarvii.ig the lives of trouble tc the parents of children by preventing I
the European war broke out the nations involved these aboard the : he of I I II
ship sank. This is just what epidemics neasle, mumps, whooping couch II ,
held approximately $5,000,000,000 worth of those of I I rr r.ll. t tt / a 1J d 1 1
who but =
us expected ran tell a I IjfT from etc., saves the pullic money: for, though ihV II I s

American securities. Naturally there was expectation earnest determination. Our: government is learn- people seldom think of it, it is an extra expense on 1 vC9

I that they would send these securities back: ing little by; little to ke'I'p a stiff upper ilp; in such \[the public when a child fails behind in its studies ,I! Y

{ to America, obtaining for them gold with which tof. cases, and as our carse is just, our adversaries v.ill' in the cub'.ie!; schools. Then Ocala, so far as the r

maintain their armies. There was fear that the !have to come to terms, especially a.; they :are: ;not Star knows, is th" only tow cf its size in the Uni- I j
return of these securities: would not only depletethe at able I j
to tight ted
present if States
us they wanted to.ti'e to maintain a municipal rest for
: gold stock of the: United States bat send down room 'I r
I are net yet quite dine with: Gel n .ny, but she the benefit of the country people. Neither have we r'
ee ?1 1
.. the price of ail American securities. There is 1
nolorger will coma around. Let reMrt! Wilson and s heard of any otter city of its sue that has instituted I I a a < The BanH of Scotland.t .

e any such fear. re'ary Larsirg! row turn their attrition: : to En.arid e.1. the festival ceremony of the civic Christmas trse 9J

European securities of all kinds have gradually which! country damages our shipping; aril insults : Ocala Star.:
depreciated in valae. The nations involved in
war our flag while
every cay, the tra-.scressioi's!
have greater necessity for collateral: today than cf the other warring nations only take place: at long The Trixt'-s Birthday. This Scots is a mcruiinsnl to the

they had a year ago. American bonds and stocks intervals ard are rot deliberately aimed at us. as The Tribune today celebrates! its: twenty-second:; I I thrifty Through its portals

are then! gilt-edged: securities they have to cffer. are England's. It is I I I pass the
now six months since our bir'hvhy and enters upon its twenty-third: Its millions cf savings of a

?:. Today to Americans they are not o1eringmeri for the =a1 of bonds unload-anJtoc'is I first protest was rent b End} nJ. but nothing: ex.I 1 rugrcss during the pat: year !has boon! thor ye.r.ug'.Iy! : } I t contented; people, to be returned to

y purpose cent evasive replies! have been returned soil! nn- j satisfactory to it* rhc'3: them
irg them but to secure Ar.icrinn creditors for materials knl- -1 we trust to i .1 I at a time when these ijt;v n5s
: presumes to dictate the terms of American! i, Natrona. Despite unfavorable! conditionsvhJc'
supplied. American securities are coming; I tiado.: There is not a particle of a reason why Eng- I i rrcvailed! for a sortie cf the its !I needed.
year, circulation
lack to the United States appreciated in value, and i I land should le more favored hy u? then 11|: las and
Germany gratifyiry] rcnjJ i QOur
t {!'rc\\'n. further bank is monument to the
with! them is ming a solid stream of geld.! Inolher
and! Aust-ia.i
: and if .
we only the Itcn:
quit shilly-shallying and iziajr anti cf its
vords. Europeans are returning American talk "with the bark on," as we did to Austria, ike'l j'I Jewsparcr ui South Fior da.owners It has to make it the j thrifty people of this community It

I securities r.nd supplying Ar.1 ricans the gold with English will ao! m :1J their manners. | of favorable mail facilities! taken: advantage is the burglar-proof vault ;of cur

t \vhuh to bay them back. That sort of talk: we can afford now, because our I greatly: in the counties! to enlarge its circuiation judicious depositors who have con

Ncr are-future prospects very !bright for European adversaries are at a disadvantage could w? !I and to occupy its field ir. every surrounding particular. Tampa The- tracted the valuable habit of is;aving.I .
nations. For years to come they will have to have done it
under other circumstances This I I Tnwae: has seen in 1915: thj! fruition I
borrow money. If they sell their American securities rings on the subject of "' of two public ; 31. We noi
"preparedness. The war:j l i projects which. it has advocated for i want these who are numbered -
they will higher interest rates on loans years-the
pay will end some time, but when
we come to'the I Luuoiac cf
mattes a City hall
and of
before because unable a public libra '. It among our small army cf depositors
than ever to give adequatesecurity of settling up with the nations with which we have. has endeavoi-J to
therefor. This situation in world finance c differences who can tell what constantly improve its news ser- to enlist under the :f>.v ngs
disputes may aria e vice t othe end of a modern
will enable the United States to dictate money and how they will end ? Therefore tet us now, paper and the evidences cf up-to-date daily rews- banner, and let their none grow
rates. New York will determine exchanges. while appreciation; cf with 1
f- we have the time to do it, get ready to its efforts have been liberal end us.
since-*. As the
meet what emergencies that may arise-and if ware e Tiibune greets its New Year
; THE FUSSY MAN. ready to meet them perhaps they will not arise Year simultaneously, it voices and its the world'sV y QMoney in the banK produces a

The fussy man is one who does not know what he We can well afford the sums it will cost to keepup cordial wishes for continued best and m -t feeling of prosperity. Enjoin thatpleasure. .

wants He has no self-confidence and can, therefore reasonably Happiness and Pros- ,
a adequate arfhy. navy and coast defense perity to all cf those whom it is .
D make no definite plans about the conduct of but we canot afford to take bullying and contempt among its patrons and proud to count

r his business or any other matter,. but allows other front.any nation. One of our national h.vmns: January 1. in-RaS.-Tampa Tribune, C. Start a ban} account.._ with us'tcd Y. V

persons to meddle in his affairs.. and tanes advice begins than "Columbia queen of the ocean-? by irr.

first from one, then from another. He is impulsiveand what right'are we singing that hymn now? Let .

: makes quick decisions yet changes his mind us quit transparent( braggadocio and "Hnh.enation" it.this country is rapidly
be the
as quickly after having heard a new opinion or thing." row ing a written thing of without the past.a .hyphen.Even the name Boyedt! i l1.t. :


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ii Bits of LocalInformation ", + 1 1'H'.H I.I.O'5i1 IIIgTQRYTHE I
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:. Tae Bradford County High Sc.rol
$ **a? er.roiicd for this term three hun- THE CONSTITUTION.!

II 4 II Band of Three Who Committed .rtd and seventy-five pupils. Last South; Must Stop Time-Honored System -
-- .' --4t- ,.., i-w.th the average attendance was Cf Econonic Suicide, I By A. W.:MACV.
II C HrftMJ O.r ?... .. .s.Mrn .*4 II higher than that of other schoolin
II TJJMShC.mntr .. r...... \ II 'I I Depredations From Jax. the any Says H. C. Hastings i Few people! fully realize the p
_. county.Mr.
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IL "' 4 wonderful service rendered ; *

Schell visited the school one day Atlanta., Ga.-(Special.)-"The peo- I the people! cf the United States
L. II ] to St. Augustine. last month. He interesting I
I gave a very -
ple of the south
-N r must quit eating their by Chief Justice John Marshal!!
talk in chapel to the entire school.

Wm. Lake was a visitor to the me- Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown, of Law- The rest of the day he spent visitingthe : cotton before it or is other made so-called if they ever'cash expectto crop' He presided over the Supreme
tr9lJcSlis JACKSONVILLE Jan. 11.-:Making different grades. : court from 1801 till his death
Thursday. Thurs- ,
I tey, were visitors to Starke : accumulate wealth and have the
day. their trail one of crime, including The ladies of the U. D. C. have offered comforts and luxuries of life due In 1835. During that time 1,215

L. C. Powell was in Jacksonville highway robbery and murder, two negro a prize to the pupils of the High them," says H. G. Hastings, agricultural cases cams befcre the court for

Thursday on business.C. I Mrs. Annie E. Young and Mrs. J. bandits believed to be the most School for the best essay written on vice president of the Atlanta I deeiticn, and in 519 of them

II. Polkrd, of Hampton, were visitorsto desperate who ever came to Florida, "The Life, Achievements and Character -! Chamber of Commerce and a foremost Marshall himself. delivered the ,
S. Durling was a business visitorto Starkelondar.. were taken into custody in South of Robert E. Lee." i authority on farm conditioninthe opinion. Of th$ 1,215 cases, 62

the metropolis Monday.Col. Jacksonville, a little after 12: o'clock Quite: an interesting feature of the outheast. I I Involved questions! of constitutional .,.
morning chapel services is the piano "The south must forever its !
stop law, and he delivered the .
at the of
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Adam Green have Saturday night: point guns
W. T. \Veeks made a business I music arranged by Mrs. Hughes' mus- time-honored system of economic suicide I opinion in 35 cf the 62. Not '
moved to the Edwards cottage in the Ly: a posse headed by Sheriff W. H. I ;
trip to Brooker Wednesday. ic class. Anna Canova delighted all says Mr. Hastings.d"an'e .
cnly so, but In 23 of the 36 $
I northwestern part of town.L. I i Dowliug, of Duval county, and Sheriff last Thursday morning with a beautiful steps were made last year toward a -
II cases there WM no dissenting
Hiss Leola Faulk spent last weekend Joe Perry, of St. Augustine. Both solo well rendered. Monday morning condition of farm independence in the I t- .'IIit
cpir.ion by of the associate
with relatives in Baldwin. F. May, formerly of Starke, now i i negroes were heavily armed, but finding Elizabeth Brownlee played a sweet Cotton Belt. They were forced steps, I any -
I of Jacksonville, has been in town daring -:' their chances were small against : little! selection, and Tuesday morning I it is true, but they marked an advance I t Ju: ticca. For these reasons Marshall -j1 j1I
I II Cleo :Mitchell Flcience and Anna Ca- just the same, and more bread and I is looked: upon as the i-
E. L. Ware made a large shipmentcf the week talking insurance.W. : a larger force submitted at the point ] I I I -
I 'ova played beautiful trio. meat more grain forage and other great expounder of the Consti -
syrup to Jacksonville this week. of a rifle: in the hands of Sheriff Bowling !- a I :
I I' food and feed stuffs made in tution. His rccoid ,
The new becks have: added to' were as a judge: .
and of his deputies after song -
3!. of the Starke ,
Bray manager 1913; than ever before with the result \ ,
the and the soundness of his
I the singing each morning as pretty opinions
Mrs. Robert Turner, of Alachua is' Lumber Company's farm at Saxton, .!they had broken into the room of a there are tens of thousands of farm
which seem all the wonderful
bright songs are sung seemto more
visiting the family of Col. W. T. was transacting business in Starke'I negro hut in which they were found !lighten; somewhat the heavier casks ers better off than in past years, when we consider the conditions

Weeks. I Thursday.Mr. concealed.The cf the clayf and are enjoyed by all. despite short crops and business de of the times. The Constitution -
fu. i news of the depredations pression. .
Cutting and applying mulching is ,. of the three negroes came to the local DON'T BE MISLED "With! higher cotton prices it is ; the 55WS, th: nation i
:Mitchacl Kuwaiti and
the order of the day with berry I I family going to be to I itself, wen ai! ,in their infancy. .1
our have mcved to their farm west of authciities early Saturday morning Starke Cit iz<.''Should! Read and Heed a great temptation 1.f
The republic waa an experl- "'
growers.A. drop back into rho old habit of putting 3
I. town. Their cottage in West Call ,i fropi St. Augustine, where they held This Advice. ; cotton \\Lr.tever other cash rr.2ntd;\ trf.ny: doubtd its .1

V. LO:1gEs ., has hEen attending ,! street will hereafter. bo occupied by up and robbed two white men by the crop one may be growing, in pawn ,I survival. Without precedents, 'J

court in Gainesville! this week as L D. Mitchell and family. MIres of E. M. Owen andV.. S. Kidney trouble is dangerous and often for bread and meat. Y\'e are s-jffe.-- one might: almost say without < -:

! state attorney.Mr. Stokes. The victims were deprived of fatal. ing today from the old Astern {.:rc- I uide or ccmpnss, Marshall delivered ..

X. B. Hull left Tuesday for El their clothing r.nd) forced to run under Don't experiment with somethingnew ed on us by conditions following the : cpinicrs: and interpretations ; .54

J. C. Robinson and family! have Paso, Tfxas. to be at the bedside of the fire of two pistols. and untried.! Civil war ncccz'alY then, but unnecessary that !-la'#:) become foun ..

moved to the Chsce cottage on West his brother. J. W. Hull who has been Thp negroes: then male a get-away Use a tested kidney remedy. now. dation-stones of our national -.;
Madison street. ill with tuberculosis for some: time and towards Jacksonville. Sheriff Joe Perry with Dean's Pills. "Year after year we have stayed In "
Begin Kidney existence.
is row low. The patient's mar.y the rame old rut as a matter of habit!
very ; was notified. He and his son, Chas.
Used in troubles 50
friends he will survive the kidney years. eating our crops so to speak, before t -
Mr. John left Tuesday forJacksonville. hope -- -
Uglow: P--rry. :..t1 o'clock >n the morning: s'et .
Recommended and
to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. i. illness. II they were made, a finan( ially suicidal (C.p-cis-.t.:; 1911 by 3 '"'I'h''. '3Ks.) rr.
McDowell.. out on the trail with bloodhounds, but Starke citizen's statement forms policy for the former each )ear put : 'WrC '

I Tax Collector Dowling. when making ,':ere forced to give up: the dngs which convincing proof cf merit. ting his noFe a little closer to the : '::::: 1. .4

j Sheriff S.' B. Denmark is having anew ', his egg collecting! round Tuesday proved of little use. After a long It's local testimony-it can be in- credit grindstone."If ;1
chase the and the south had not been so rich CURSORS jfl .
found laid negroes were located :L.JIi .
j barn erected en his premises near i morning an egg.: by a vestigated.Mrs. ..<1 '
I the courthouse. I Thode Island Red lien, that was: as ore giving his name as Will Brownwas ':. J. W. Andrews, Madison avc., In natural resources, this system -.- '
i large as a turkey egg and weighed captured in the swamp along the in would have bankrupted us long ago.What's OF :
Starke, : "I feel justified recommending :
B. Alderman, of the Brooklyn :3',2 omces. Ho didn't: turn the egg St. Augustine road. says the answer? It is home production g_. '
section was transacting: business in over to the county treasurer but kept Dean's: Kidney Pills. I i by each farmer of every dol- I
At 7 o'clock Saturday morning GOOD iOE L'oCOVMISTAKE. ;
and .
then for
I it himself. used kidney complaint lar's worth of food and grain supplies
Starke Monday. TVown; was placed in jail here ati iKickach and they proved very bene- needed: on hi-? farm that it h possible CHED: 1W : : I j jthy i. .-

the chase again taken up for his part- ficial." Statement given March:: 10,I to grow on hi* own acres. This
Dr. Thackston. state high school inspector Miss Lucile! Freeman, who lal1 < 1
paid Starke High School a e'ded! to remain home after the holidays -i ners. Afler an all-day search Satur- 1911)! ). I nic ans good big home garden: ; hogs, A.V, MA'V.Fcr 1 1 .th"e,'

isit Wednesday. I : reconsidered after a threewPoks' : day two negroes were seen advancing Our Three Years Later chickens, cows and something" to feed many cer-tum* the need ; ij l '.'

,vacation ar.d returned to thecollero I towards South Jacksonville about Mrs. Andrews! said: "The cure Dean's them on through the :year. of r. watsf rot/a *rcm Euripe: i ito

, Messrs. B. J. and Grover Sapp, of I : last Friday and resumed her : (I o'clock and the authorities were no- I Kidney Pills gave me has proven last- I : .--- -- ----- India was ksen.y felt. Portuguese I :
frr-p-fr + + + + + + + ']' + j
I studies in the School of Expression. tified.
Xtw River, were business visitors to I I ing. I am just as willing to recommend navigsUrs!:: were'!! especially -

. St Wednesday.. I She will give: her graduation recital I Cahoon Has Narrow Escape I this medicine now as ever." 1 + + 'I active li !search of one, ,

I at a later date as per previous. arrangement Deputy Sheriff James C. Crawford, I Price ;oO( cents at all dealers. Dcn't CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING1: 'snd In 1437, fiV2: : yc. t before "

J. L. Underhill has moved to his of the faculty. Lieutenant of Detectives W. B. ('2- ask for kidney remedy-get Columbus: : set CMl or his; voyage ,
new place! on the Lake Butler road, I hoon and D'putCharles Perry, rf simply a Pills the same that + + + + + .p + + + + + + + -:. of. 'I I cf discovery, BartholomewDiaz : .j
Dean's Kidney ,
:CVi miles! from Starke.R. Mrs. M. W. Hogan, of Wallo'isi-
St. Augustine, set out to overtake the Mrs. And'-ews Had. Foster MilburnCo. rounded! CjGvod; Hope.
ted! Mrs. C A. Marks the letter part negroes. They \\erc sighted a few For Rent st the southern extremity cf
0. Daniel has been in Gainesvillethis of last wk.11'5.. T. B. Ellis. Sr.. of I ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((13)J. ) ,
miles from South Jacksonville and Africa. He JiJ not know It at -
an HOUSE TO RENT-Aply! to11'5.. C. : .
week witness in the Hess t.
'. as a vs GainesviHe.: Sirs. Marks' mother was
i J Seaboard damage case. her guest the first of the week. :Mrs.A. I i I attempt was made to pars them before F. CGl1e:,. has added a barn and .... Spaikrnan, Starke. 1- -!i. the time being too far cut at \
I being suspected and waylay themto stable to his premises on Broadway tea. When t.: crew discovered
C. A<*ams. her sis ('''. -ml little I I --- ---- -- --------- -

I County Commissioner S. T. Dowl son, who have been Mrs. Marks' guests i prevent injury to any of the offi i street. Lost and Found they were on the wrong side ..

t: ing: of Raiford, v.as among the visitor for several weeks, leave today for cers. In passing the blacks, the hat I 3\NK ST \TEMEXT.Report of the malnlard: Vfity became w
I to Starke Tuesday.Mr. their home, Ccchran Ga. of Lieut. Cahoon fell in the road andit of the condition! of the BrmKo-J! LOST-Pointer, white with black panic-stricken, .r>d l lifted or. ,
. (County Bank nt Starke. in the state of Florida about 1 old. Reward for
HOOVER"BROSTSTUDIO.We was while stopping: to :get his hat at the close cf business December :Slat spots, year returning at o'ice. They carried -
and Mrs. J. F. Canova spent ,, that he was fired upon five times by 1915. ,. return to J. W. Edwards, Starke. their potaJ, foM" caught I
the first of the week in Jacksonvillewith cll our patrons attention to our the bandits from ambush. Oe shot Resources 1-7-tf. sight of the c..fc. This It came '
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friends and relatives. new prices on post card portraits. 9 Leans on real estate ?36n3'1.00
struck the pistol holster of Lieutenant that Diaz discovered tt Capeof
for 90 certs, or $1.10 per dozen. In Choon and stopped when it struck the Loans than on real collateral estate! ___security_________other____ lfl.fl37.fHl LOST-Standard Oil receipt book on Good Hope vrtii* Killing ..
Miss May demons, of Newberry, is spite of the enormous advance in the Ml rtlvr loans anil discounts ______ 3H.4V1.15: I road between Starke and Lawtey .
\ visiting her sister. Miss Frances cost of all photographic materials. we pistol by his side. He was in no way thcrdrafts __________--____________ 131><> P.eward for return to G. M. Sistriink homeward. If Me Kd tid a t.-
I Clark, who is a teacher in the Starke advance our price but a few cents. I injured.A State county and municipal bomls__ C.rt'irt.iM:: bolder crew, ard bed kept on
Starke Fla. 1-7-lt.
these I Banking hous. furniture and fixtures 2l.3fi3.flrt; eastward he might
High School.? While we cnnnot guarantee pitched battle then followed be- Other real estate _________________ 6.9S9.79! -- -- sailing
prices for any length of time we will ; twcen the fleeing negroes in the dark- Claims anil other resources ________ 111.5 h7: LOST-I cow and heifer. Cow red have reached Sp.dla and thus : '.

! Mrs. J. M. Mitchell! and her Juest.l rot make another advance until we i i ness. None of the shots fired took offeet. Duo from inroriiornted hanls ______ 23. ;;252 with white spots, marked crop in solved the prcbjem he had In .1 j &

I Miss Dickinson, of \laIison'| spent I Absolutely! competed to do so. '. Failing in the capture at this Other Checks cash fln.1! e'jcbansts items __ for clearing __ I.fi92.176.72; : 3 each ear, small horns turned in; hand. Ten\llar* later Vasco da :-

: last week-end in Gainesville as :guestsof We shall continue to follow the our policy -'time, the officers returned for assis- Cash on hand _____-___-____________ 5,72.35: : heifer red mn ked split in one ear Gama, another Portugaese navigator ( .
Mrs. U. G. Turner. of giving our customers great- -- in other. Both c.er.tk V! t.r the
crop very : also CU cape.
est nnssiIlenln' for their PIOTIPV. tance and a posse of officers was form Total '___________________________1S7.(> 4.04 Reward to those that will notify me. :'
IR-ewise cowardly
TilE HOOVER BROS.:; STUDIO, ed to take up the chase. Lid ilitlPil His crew wsw
: The many friends of Mr. F. C. Hais- Starke Fla. After almost all night's search, Capital stock paid in ______________J25.0rtn.ort: Geo. Stone, Graham, Fla. 1-14-lt and rc tlo H't; but he evi :
lop an old Confederate veteran. are an Surplus fund ______________________ 0,000.00 .. of force
-- ------ the located in dently Was a ?n mor
negroes were finally lTpH\iiUil i.fofits Ui'aS >ensts and _
glad to see him out again: after along South Jacksonville followed there by ta:- "t piiUll __ ______e\i____________ j, .D"i.a., ) For Sale than Diaz, tor hs qu led! the I

: and severe illness. their trail of crime At least three Individual Time cirtificatts ikposls of subject deposit to check__________ 84.031.S8 3,4'fi.0( FOF. SALE-4,000 :preen cane seed, 1 I mutiny and kept on sailing east .

Mi s. L.1.. Noble nee Miss Jennie I t At' the ChurchesST. I I highway robberies were reported to ('.rtified( checks ____________________ 87.") cent per stalk. G. W. S. Ware, ward until ltf. reached the
; ________ fiti.33Sauww : of India.Copyrislu. :
the authorities from the first time the Ca hier'a clvck-s outstanding Worthington, Fla. 1-11-it. shores
and little! daughter of a
Rivers ,
deiiosits __________________ 62.SnO.22Total : --- .
Jacksonville. are guests at the homecf : negroes were noticed about 7 o'clock I .. "W

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. and th3 tim they were brought to ____________________________lrt.Stit.ii4 FOR S\LE-Seed corn from an eighty I ( 1311. by'J"Sl'p1 1. Bowl,!s.>
of Hradford bushel yield. 73c; peck or $'J.per .:Jn
:MARK'S.Next State of Florida County is: per
cover in the hut of a ne rc. I. J. II. Hitch cashier of the above named bu&hel. The Earleton Faim -.------_.- J.J.W J.f

Frof. Marcus Brown, of the Rai-! Sundav At a late hour Saturday the posse, I.ink. do soleirnly swi-ar that the M>me stattnient Earkton, Fla. l-4-4t. o( 1v*;! Wrt-! '!><:!.p. i it
bid! High School, was in Starke Tuesday at 7 o'clock. l is true to t!'" best of my Knowledge and .
Service in the evening which hd been halted by darkness, -- -- 4. j
to ccr.sult with Prof. Neal about rave up the chase to await morning. Ulief. J. H. KtTCH.Cashier.. SEED .\ .. COMER J_ PEEK *

the program: for the next teachers' in I CHRISTIAN.Rev. They had hardly put up their guns Subscribed: and sworn to before me: this 12th offering for -------1 I1. 1-
stitute. d.y of January, 1"16. A. S. CREWS and cash
Florida Real Estsle, Land and *
when word was sent fron South Jacksonville .;
W. H. Coleman will preach at. Sad i. Notary Public! ,
Vine Peanuts at Eighty-five cent.: *
the Christian church next Sunday, 'I by Deputy Will Pons that both Mv commi.-rif T (" ;ph-i'S Jane Sth. 101'J.CORKECT .
XcRh'er has
W. T. Turner. of -ATTEST: per bushel of twenty-five pounds f. tJ Timber Kipert.: I.
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just bought from Albert Bronke a cow I morning: and evening at the usual negroes were seen entering the houseof (). J. GKIrFIXW. o. b. Lowell! Fla. H. T. Hall. Low-1 .

ar.d.If and a heifer, of mixed Hoi-I hours. All are invited to attend. I a negro: and preparing to stay for T. \VErXS.: ell, Fla. 1-H-d.\| o 83 years Experience at Starke. *>

" stein ar.d Jersey breed. The cow :gives Sunday school every Sunday at 10 the night. The negroes: after :gaining : H. C. UICIUKD Directors. .
four gallons: of milk per day. a. m. Geo. A. Gardiner, superintendent. -I. entrance at the point of drawn ----i.txSTATEMENT- -- FOP. SALE-The Grand faim a; iih-;; 1 4\4$4$"'!><$II

guns, asked for food axl drink, threatening He,'nrt If the condition of the Rank olS'arke. : hnd. Consist of :!t 0 acres, ;nearly: i i .
Tate Kite was out fox hunting on --- to kill if their wishes not : at Starke. in the ttate of Kloriua: .:' r.ll i ir.piove.l; :f5-acre vineyard: l e .l'-I -' ---
t'e close of hsin"01 Oicomber :Slst. I'Jli: :
Tuesday morr.in-r and near Hamptonwas I ir.r fruit bees 8 buildings a gristmill ; I, *' .
: granted. A frightened womannvi ResourcesIeas ; ; '.:. ,. -. k -'
fortunate to capture a very large Assist YourStomach I negro I :snd .
:th\ alarm arid nos'he; .
foiled qiekySheriff ?I s ; .J'J' jDh' : .fl'
fox which had for a I lov: time :-t.u c. 'nt:: mid mu-icipa! bonds -- 4tWi.Oiiu..in. } .. < I! ""
Dowling and Sheriff Joe Per- .' i-i'i.--e. furniture and fivturts $..f'ti.TOi' I I set of farming: implement.! ; will beincluded / k "'- .{ ..
the hounds of cur fox hunters. -_ i-a1 <>tate ---------------- : separately I ,
I II rv. \itli ai least T\\'e.ry-fi\'r.: svo'n'leputips If i !ri inco-poraUd tanks ______ fi,573.Glhivr I I ; i ,.I'\, ...,. .' f, .?
who ha-i been I ncI !.!nuten.ttY.: ; IJ. Cs- <' 'd I I.'.changes for c'.eannir! __ l.tilrt.nnh : at a bargain byV.. F. it 'f'I'! 'ol'" "' :,.-: 'Io.\\.. f ,.
Mrs. Fred Sayles f. the head of ci t- .,! "-:) hand _____________________ 2.3TT.25G.uniy ; ; Grand; highland, Fla. 12-31-41.! ., t. : 'f'i ; ;.l );,'.
reilts. Col. and Mrs. hoon at a contingent .1I
visttin' her p3 \varrants __________________ 3.u7o.1T.t,1 "''
Poisonous -
L. Peek. returned to her Inme. .Miami.! To Get Rid of thc II oilier-- appealed{ on the seine and :urronnded -- ---- I T ,.....- cz..Lr.: i PIt qIi

MoIdnand! '''::'.- accompanied: bv her I Gases: znd Ferment s Food. the ; (;USC.; The fact thut bothretrro's ____________________________;-73'J7.71 I FOR SALE-Eghty acre farmji J -ar_'_.",,' ':: 'i .P..t:. ,.: 3
Starke ard Rr.iford road nie! n H-I! r rv t
li.I.lilil's;! I
her fcr a one .. .. ..,
mother; niio will!! bo guest I had intiroated, that they voud ;C.-: ..saltec1' r.aiJ in $15.(1Ij I I i I. ." 'l -s. ,. : r .. r..t (I'
northwest cf the Erownlee iarm r .I" '' 1. '.I '''
nu. : 14
; few weeks.y fast wi'.l! ua: tlv3sometimes. I !r.ct i-c taken alive ciu-ed great pre- c. "T'J.fjnj.. _,_.__._ J.OIIti.fnl, ; .1 iL.i.r..s'r -Iyuo.'! I' : ..;, ;..t "'0"ttUtug. II I Ij
1 A good long Cr.ii'.: '"' <\fits (less eX1\'nSe>l ani: mor9 than one-half stumped, fenced RojiIPr'-nR-ww; jJ J.J.I
A tnp to te moun (':':.ton.' The trarce into the houseflCff \!:'eK rl1idl ______________________ 1>::.(.1 'I ard urder cultivation balance j C:*>nl.TV tort-I. j ;
oftla"tn, H ; ; i.' '' '' -.i f'r
;- Mr. E. t\. Peri-yrr.an: I tains. Trr.KipJns. !l"U;;hins: iL !hy Dowling! a:ui his force was I--; :": ::-1 dt."it sptjfft to check! Tv'.7" -'.!;' '. ':: : .
.]' visitir.r hi.s sifter. Mrs. L. A. IVn. Tin'; ct-t"cr.'S; ..f dciKB-it 11. ">. .4'". I .iTjrul limber and sn'.endid! !; i<:.stur! .v i t.-.- :,\ ", ,v.1;, .,
YC!". go-J rerietlks.Cut r..f.do: ilt1l1d with precision ar'Jbotli \ ,:' ..* ... .
has r'e1t nart very q (' ." ; .th.es: outatandnt! ______ .1..71m 5 C' i.-'1'''' '
I ;
Jr. : !r. Penyir.nn ; he"t strawberry land!; in the county. ,_ .
1 \\i-s in Starkrivt ere :you :goi'iS to avail: ; bandit* were forced!! at the noirtr payable ._ I': ',"".' I :1 r., ,) :-r.?: "-.., :'...;..t ?a.ia .':!:'.?:: > 1 t'
j cf the at t'.o yoursel* of cither one of thoa Daily! nii! route and teleprorn-: ." 4 4> !:..::...._. .. ._. ,,"" ..I... ,.
has n1lr.friend,; here who are :::kd ils. Xo? Tm-n the\ nextbest < the officers': ristols to surrender. -:- -iI -_________--__________._----'\. .: '.:I For jinriiculars! cdl on the u-.Jrr-! : '_' r -"- ,IIA,2:; :
:- to greet him again! rem" ,\n n'.r.dant! tuppiy of arniunlKon: ; Stie: of Horiils.! Count ..f P.rade.-.!. ss: I }
thins ito try a bottls of signed: at Ileilbronn Sprins: or d.!
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pvoIScaliher: tan; 1 7. H. Halli l'ro. ca hl'I.f; the b-
IVruna. Tako it acccrdins to directions. :'rid! pistols were mu".1 lank. d\>> ,eemn; swear that the nU\e I la-ss r.e at Starhe) Fh., R:,ute X{ 1
3Ie:" srs. A. V. Long. A. M.!: !IVrlypi'd I You will have a natiuiUnrpttite. 1.in the robbers an-J: they were quick- -...imnt is true to the best of my kviw!\.j.! '* 1. Vv' E. Davis, Owner. 4-l<5-tf. Catarrh Cannoi 82 Cured
P. Liv "> =toi will kayo Vi 'J"i: .,elicf.! T. II. IL\LLlG \N. I \
G. in iror and! brought to Jck- .n" '
and fermentation y :pu' : LOCAlApr'L.ht(: VTION'S. as they .
Cedar'Kevs !-I All gatt: Ca ii'I"f''t -. --- --- with ..
chi! li-ht: for Ced-u-! !:e'\s. Fn.; 1 I in the stoniacu: will dls- I. -' v-illo :ind lo led! in the city jai!. : FOR SALE:-About 70( acres of myHeiibronn cannot reach the seal f tic! '!5C3SC. Catarrh -
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they will! po to MGun!' fc '., "U"I is a blood cr c.' -,,;tjtutJoD'l1 disease.! .!.
the Suws"nee river tor a arrear. H'j.7 Perry: aid hi" c('n then! I.ft I ;. ..L.\.; i Springs farm, lying est and in ord-:r to cure U yoa must take in-
camp on .''vith their charges for S*. Augustine.Th (;r the Siarhe ard ::arJerc.n r.--.c1.. tf'rn,1 rcmeJics.: II..I1. Catarrh Cure 13
week of L hr.g: and hunting. vbst Mrs. Emma Bell, ;: directly '
Read their Mr. Lester F. Turner ndliss: L- taken Internally and acts upon -
: r.crtoe give nariOo as: cioce to Heilbronn! Springs. Will:

C. V.'cters. who lately sold his Box: 204, Fort Pierce, Florida V. Ml!l ;;I'"I!. V,'. W. Dav's and Chavk 11i: Cason were t.uietly, married at sl! the whole or divide to ruit the blood Cure and 13 mucobs not a r/iaek surfaces.medicine.113.l'sCatui'h It
H. .i-acl.: onville!! last Wednesday, January5tK
candy and fruit business to P. S. )!,'-- says: "/ iv::s taken suddenly Ii.'rr:1-1.; na'+,, the lodr of the g.infr.sr.id I in the presence of a few witnesses. : Lands ssToand Ileilbronn s-hco! 'was prscribed ty 0'" of fcr tc best ani phy-Is 't
in this country years
:Millanis about to open un r siniijarluiness : with swelling cttke stomach snd h? hails from Tcxa Irgram property: where three teachers arcrnyjircd Elcians a regular prescription.! It is composed o.

on. doc cat cf J. '\ JI'T- bowels,end greet distress. Very claim! his hon as Belle! T1nC"H' The groom is the Drosnetor cf .her to teach ai.d a genera': the l>es,: tonics known combined with the .f

gar.s. Jr. Waters vill! also i-istai! a painful. Three doctors gave me and! Brown states he joined the ether ;:-' proof Garage; ; of. this city andis store is being built there r.t once. best blood surfaces.purifiers Th-: .-t'::ig perfect directly combination OT the-

soda fountain and sr-il! iw crea.1. no relief. Could not eat anything. highwaymen in Valdosta. All arc said rising yom-c buFr.e.--s! man. v.'boJ5 Daily mail route anJ telephone ser- mucous of the two Inert..'.tr-nts Is what r redares -

Everything soured. I ti be eX-l'O wlctS. p-.uch resfectvl and liked by: all '.';mo 'ice. For particulars: call on the such wonderful results in curing
A. Rosenberg, of Lawtey. was in kn"',.- hi.n oa account of his hish charr.ctc catarrh. Send for t< ?t-nonal3.! free.
to statement of Brorr.the .
Starke! business! Wednesday. Mr. was starving te death. Ibegsa According a ;-, ability! and courtesy. His brideis undersigned at Heilbronn Springsor F. J. CHEXET & CO.. Props.. Toledo. O.
first to be arrested. the other T.-- address; me at Starke, Fla., R. Sold by Druggists. price Tac.
Roe:1bergwill begin a big! clearance taking Peruna and was soon the: handsome ard, accomphiheddatchter I
.\ o'1rc- groes told him of a succession of I F. D. No. 1. W. E. Davis, Owner. Take Hall's F&tillJl'm"tor constipation.
rale at his store tomorrow. strong enough to do work. After of ilr. and Mrs. C. P. Cason. --
ment of this sale is made in a full bottles I can truth- crimes they had committed in other cf Staike. one cf the most nonuiar 4-1 6-ti. ---- -- ---- -

page advertisement in today's Tele taking the states and that murder had not stoodin VO'::>FT Mies! cf the citv. The Tee-! ---- --- -, The Habit of 'hkin Cold.

graph. fully say / am well. I gained their way. An investigation will be grach joins the many friends cf the Wanted With many people! taking cold i" a '

_.- twenty pounds." made into the records of all of *l be newly married young couple in wishing habit but fortunauly one that is easily -
AGENTS Booker T.
Musicale! met at the : them long life and happines. -
The Ladies' men.
Take cold bath
broken. a every
Wa,bln7ton:; dead. Two memorial
home of Mrs. D. C. Jones on last the Monday -. \ILUH-Deputy. sheriffs' at Miami To Drive Out Malaria books cf his life; one by himself morning when you 'tirst get out of 4 -

afternoon. Mrs. Adkins.short president busi- EDGAR EYES And Build Up The System mi
presided. After a assisted by TestedJACKSONVILLEFLA recently seized 30! cases of whiskey and Take the Old Standard GROVE'S Drinker. price $1.00. Outfits 15c of about 90'P. Also sleep with your s *
Mrs. Jones, Opt c an
ness meeting Lois Peek and Miss Mira Dar* fifteen barels of beer. The' stuff was TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know each. Agents selling ten to forty window api;: 't>o this and you will seldom !-

t, Miss served delightful refreshments. :Mrs| seized at the docks of the Van Steamship what you are taking as the formula is books per day. R. L. Phillips Publishing take cold. When you do take
1 broken Lenses Duplicate.cI printed on every label, showing it is Co., Atlanta, Ga. l-14-3t. -
C. Rem-
James Killian, of Waynesville, N. cold take Chamber5an's Cough ,, .
carried in truckto "
Same Day &s Rcicved }line and was a Quinine acd lion i\ Vasttlcss: s,form -
was an honor guest for the after- the unloaded drives aalara; the Second hand furniture sold edy and get rid of it as quickly as
Spcci&liu on t1I'Orders We Py Pcst, county jail yard and TIme Quinise PE: : bought,
2 rxcn. The Musicale will hold its next 140 W. rOBSVTH St as contraband of illict liquor traffic. Iron bailds up 'lie eysteu fS cast.- and exchanged at the Variety Store. possible.. .: Obtainable. everywhere. F
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- Mrs. P. S. Colson, Miss Ruth cla .-1 l Mr. Howard C. Peace, the efficient He do Not Work Well Together." r

ton, Miss Mana Stephens and Clifton''' cashier of the Lawtey State Bank, with What others good?Maude comes Hunter.from working BILLS PAID BY 1
business in Jacksonville -
t Richard went to Alachua last Satur- was transacting
day to visit Mrs. J. K. Stephens.G. last Friday.Mr. How does C. E. train in cooperationMr.

W. Lewis is in Gainesville this Enoch Griffis was transacting Coffin.Missionary.

County News Items week looking after the interest of his business in Starke Monday.Dr. study, Jacob Riis, page COMMISSIONERS

beef markets.Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Sayles, of 17-Thelma Bailey.

E. Lennon, our saw mill man, Miami, were guests of Mrs. E. D. Journey through First Corinthians. -

has moved his mill from east of this Sayles during the holidays.Mr. Business.

place to over between Brooker and G. Futch was transacting busi- Critic's report.Benediction. Many Bills Paid By the County j
Intmstinl Facts Gathered During the Week by Our .
Worthington Springs. He has a fine ness in Starke Monday.Mr. I ,
Regular Correspondents. body of timber which will keep him J. E. J. Wainwright, of Water- Commissioners
at Their
L busy for several years. oak was a visitor to La1eyIonday.. Rev. Coleman preached at Raiford

-..- --- ... .1)V.. Pinholster is having the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were vis- both Sunday forenoon and evening, Last Meeting. '
Brooker hotel reshingled and other- itors to Starke Friday.
ar.d also at the State Farm in the af
f . . .
to reopen her school near Wateroak, wise repaired. It is occupied by Mr. Prof!I Marcus Brown, of the Raiford ternoon. The attendance and interestin -

o.n Monday morning. She has been T. C. Hazen: our genial railroad agent. school, spent Saturday and Sunday at church work seemed good, considering -
4 NEW ZION. visiting her parents here for the past Joe Anderson and son. Fred, of the home of his parents here. the unfavorable weather. Ward .i'auper- _____Allowance.Mary .__________-_____ 4.09

( two weeks. Lake Butler, visited Gene Surrency on Prof. :3 1.1.. Fryer preached in the Rev. Coleman will preach at Starke Martha Gatlin ________________nh-- 3.00
i> ,;. .;> .;. Mr. and Mrs. C.1.. Hudson and last Sunday. Methodist church last Sunday morning both forenoon and Nancy Conmr .-__--___________--.--_ 4.Oft
f' little next Sunday evening 7< .._______ ___ __ _._
daughter, of Jacksonville, spent who Mary ro Lee of visited the -- ---
Mr. Tom Moore and sisters, Misses the week end with relatives here. Surrency, Graham, in the absence of pastor, at the usual hours. The public Viney Dyos -. -_--____________--__-_ 2.00 (
Etta and Annie, attended church at friends and relatives here last Sun- has been confined to his home for several cordially invited. Frtin Hiiruin .ham ________n_____-- 2.00 '
Lulu last Sunday. They also attended Dr. W. II. Hudson, who is connected days with a carbuncle on the side The meetings: of the Lake .'nhn 9cLnn with the United States bureau of animal day.The remains of Mr. Charlie Thomas, of his neck. prayer Mrs. Breffe -___________-_____--___ 7.00
; Baptism at Olustee creek Sunday industry, expects to leave this of I Butler Christian church will take the Amnnda Thfo"< _______-__nnu____ 3.00
afternoon. week for Buffalo N. Y. where he will near Hampton, passed through here The farmers of this vicinity are form of cottage rayer meetings while Jre Crcft'V -.--_______-_________--_-- 10.00
: :\rr. B. L. Smith was a pleasant caller be last week enroute to New Hope. where busy mulching their strawberries, the church building is being sta-ted.: Fmc'ine Ori -__--_______--_--_---- .00
p atIr.. W. U. Hammon's last Sun- located for several months. Dr. interment took place.Ir.. Thomas thereby laying;: their crop by until the these will be Caroline! r.rif- .--_________--_--_____ S.P&
subject for meetings
The '
Hudson has been spending a month'svacation was a former resident of this place and shipping begins which !Ir;. I). M V ...niirht ________uu___ silo
day. with his parents, Mr. and picking : a preparatory study of the Sunday (1. J. Ca-npl.c:! ________________ 3.00
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Hammons made Mrs. H. B. Hudson end one of the oldest residents of the will not be long. unless the cold weather 'school lesson for the coming Sunday. Banner Dial .___________hu nUn___ 5.00
I a business trip to their daughter, Mrs. near here. county being about one hundred years should interfere. The present out- Bible school teachers are especially Starting Sister--' --_________--_______-_ 6.00

L;: Jim Tomblin, last Wednesday.Mr. <8v $ .i> *?> -S> $ $> < > $ $ '$> ?> .?> <*> old.Scott look is promising for a good: season. I invited to these meetings. The meeting Wade Ii77ie With McKnivhi ___--_____-_ ___ 3.00

;:: J. R. Nettles is on the sick list <8>, Andrews, onetof our enterprising on Tuesday night, January R nn ---------
; this week. We wish him a speedy re o farmers, carried 125 poundsof ,. '! !' 6) '! !' !" !' '! i' will be held at J. E .Harper's '" rs. \ I). K< umans ____n__ .h_____ 7.00
I t7 covery. THERESSA. i fine pork sausage to Starke last 18th'l Martha Rip _.---___--___--_____ __ 2.50fu.an J
<$> reek! and found a ready market for iWOODLA WX PARK. ; These meetings begin at 7:00 p. Keller -.'._____--________ 10.00
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Mr. --
Walter Moore attended the bap- .!' '!> 1) 1> them.L. The attractive daughter of Mr. and 'v,'>. I. nir ..__.______nun__ S.OO J
tizing at Olustee creek last Sunday af 4 Mrs. Charles B. Willard, Florence, of K L. Hauan '. ___ :!.50
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ternoon. The Theressa school opened up on A. Brown has sold his reccntlly .; J is j, i, ; j. j> j, ,!' ;' ..' ;' j i i. Lake Butler will be quietly married !i Rnchfl Stoics .;._______________-n--_____ ::.00 1.
Mr. Leon Smith and sister Monday, January 3rd, with a good at vacated store to T. R. Collins. Mr. II JA. J. Braid-n ..-_______________-____ :2.00 /
Ruby, tendance. The Collins will move the post office and his Mr. Arthur Greene was transacting on Wednesday to Mr. John Wilton | Joseph R-yant :--_______________---__ 2.00
". attended the party at the home of patrons are requestedto merchandise it business in Raiford Saturday.Mr. Burton, Marianna.. Miss Williard Nancy Va'nps _____________________ 4.00
Mrs. Johnson's last Friday night. send their children as regularly as to next week. J. S. Norman was a visitor in is one of Lake Butler's most popular 'I) I.iZ7i Hiinttr --.______________--_ 3.00
Master Johnnie Tomblin has been I possible. There are only four more Prof. F. G. Schell, county superin- 1 after- Mr. '' '\'. J. Gli.'on i---________________--_ 3.00
suffering from of tooth- weeks of the school and it will be tendent of public instruction, visited I the Vanderbilt section Sunday :young ladies. Burton is a young | I.om Smith .. h___________________ 3.00 .1
a severe case greatly to the school's the Brooker school on Tuesday.Mrs. business man of Marianna. being connected j IP-icnd Taylor .-_____________f.___ 2.00
ache for the past few weeks. advantage to I noon.Mr.. S. H. Thompson was transacting with the Marianna Refrigerat-i i K'babrth Hunfrr __--___________-_--_ 2.01)F1orncc
Miss Mattie Hammons was a caller make a good average the last month. Robertson... _High Springs, business in Lawtey Saturday.Mr. ine Company. Ki,:toi ________________-_-__ :3.00 t;.
: at Mr. J. D. Smith's! last Sunday.Mr. Mr. J. W. Poncher and family, of was in town last week, representing I J. C. Pox -h________ __________n 3.00 J
I Leon Smith and brother Res- Gainesville, have moved to Theressa. a perfume and toilet article company.L. 0. J. Phillips was a visitor to L. A. Rawls returned from St. I Jnhr.yr.VM _____________.__n-____ 2.00 !t
sie We welcome .them to our neighbor R. Green, principal of the LaCrosse I Lawtey Saturday afternoon.Mr. George, Ga.. on Monday where he Warr"n Her} __--__________--__--__ 3.00 "
attended church Lulu
at last Sun Ecdus: Green visitor to Law- to conduct revival ;Mrs. E. C.
High School here last was a went a meeting. i j dts and daughter' nnu 5.00 ;'
; day.Mr. I hood.Mrs.. S. E. Johnson made business Saturday. was over tev :Mondav. Services at Baptist church Sundav.. l. 'Sa-ah Wasdn : .____________Unn 2.00 ;....
0. F. Ritch a
and family attended
: church at Lulu last Sunday. trip to Grandin Friday.Mr. I Oscar Dyal. of Graham, is selling The Dixie Guards hold their meet- Billy Parker is expected to preach. I Total ___. .__--_---______--__--_- 139.00
:<, The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom I I J. S. Jones, Theressa's merchant, I quite a lot of oranges from his groveat ins: every Fridav night. All members The union meeting of the Central 1 Crneral Fond 0
was business : this place. are urged to be present.Mr. Association will meet in the Bantist H. C. Kichr-.rJ -nsur&nce bond S. T.
transacting Palatka
Rivers was buried at New Zion ceme- one day last week.A in Henry Wilson and son, cf Alachua. Dewey Greene was a visitor. church of Lake Butler. A large atte'1dance Dowlin! : _n .i___.______,____.___... LOG
last Sunday. _
to Raiford Friday! and Saturday.RigdonThomas Starle TVIephftnft Co. phone nnn 3.50
is expected. The will
;: pound party was given at the were over here last week on a lookoutfor meeting Qniirlcv Lurolx1' Co. repairs to county

. . .0. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sibley Friday a location.Mr. be on the 28th. 29th and 30th. buildings .__,______________nhn__ 7.40 .
) | evening. A large crowd was pres- S. R. Woods, of Seville, is visiting Rev. T. F. Hendon, of Jacksonville Drew Co. llaais! __________nhn_ 2.09
his sister Mrs. T. the efficiency worker for the Baptist I" Drew Co. ribbons and blanks ______._ 6.11.Drew
PROVIDENCE + ent and all report a nice time. B. Sherley. A very beautiful home wedding occurred Cn bIast'( ____ _____.. 1.89
-- ----
I Mr. A. L. Prayer meeting at the Free Will State Board of Missions will be here
Sullivan ,
was transacting at the home of Mr. and Irs.Josept II I Ceo. A. Garth T infanityfatie McCoy 2.00
f.' business in Hampton one day last; Baptist church every Wednesday : Thomas afternoon on the fifth Sunday and remain over I IE.I T. Camnbr': Ho _____-______n__.. 2.00J.
. i> i> Sunday ,
the .
\week. night. Everybody cordially invited to through entirf week following in P. TomliiiRop- nhnuhu 2.00A.
I Mr. Gordon Clyatt and children arI There will be services at the Baptist attend and take part in the services. January 9th, when they gave their revival and efficiency services. Everyone B. Alvarez do _______-Uh.hn__ 1.00
rived here last Thursday morning daughter Miss Ollie. in marriage to should hear him. S. B. Denmark jo ___________uu__ T55F.
church Saturday and Sunday. Bro. Quite a crowd left here on Saturday :Mr. E. L. Rigdon. Elder D. L. Phillips Come. L. William Janitor ___ IS.00I.
I. from their home in Georgia to spend I D. L. Phillips will do the preaching, by automobile to att.nd the lecture of of Woodlawn Park the- Mr. W. A. Bailey has been remodeling f..r..Uare rjiit clothes nu Pf'arlnite P.50

several days with his brother. I as the regular pastor cannot be pres Hon. William J. Bryan at Gainesville.It spoke the prescription room of the ,> F. *>VM t* atty ______________ 4.17
Miss Marie Parker returned words that made them man and, wife.A C. A. Knight __________. 5
SundayP ent. Rev. Mullady will preach at the was composed of the following: Lake Butler Drug Company, and building -!I inpvr Tfg 111.40
to.-. large number of friends relatives -
after a visit with homefolks Christian church Sunday evening. Prof. A. B. Shaw, our naval stores and a nice up-to-date office for Dr. J.M. City Lieht I'Urtt lieht and water __._ 28.25
of the at F. C. Hnllint sa'orth straps execution
River. operator, Mr. J. M. Shaw, G. W. Ha- the marriage. couple The were present is : Mann in the rear of the store. The I Pearl Whit _____________________ 3.SThe
Miss Annie Rimes spent the week ,I 0 '}- > zen. Claud Crosby, A. A. Hazen and groom a pros- office is fitted with the latest styles !!. Falconer c... snip books _____.h_ r<.28
end with Mrs. Agnes Bielling. I IE I ) I 3!. Matheny.. perous young framer of the Wateroak of office fixtures and the doctor is S. B. Denmark .xecuting death warrant

Mrs. W. F. Smith spent the weekend section. well his Pearl! White ____________________ 10.00
I' GRAHAM. prepared to give patients
with her sister at Dukes. ,II .8 .0 We join their many friends in wishing now D. U. PinhoMcr 1 day rom and mileage 7.20
I thorough and efficient service. His
> them W. T. Week 1 month clerk pd expreesetc
long and life.
Misses Jessie Roberts, Mattie Shal-i 1> 0 a prosperous large clientele will appreciate the _______. .______________________ St.10
lar and Messrs. Forest Shallar andOrimie I > LONG BRIDGE. 4444 6) 6) 4 6)0 thorough preparations that he has R. T. Frockinolon wood _______ 15.00J.
Shaller composed a party that ,, We are glad to report that every- made T_ n."erhiIJ 1 days comrs ________ 4.00A.
went to Lake City Saturday. I body I is about to get well of the grip 1' 6) to serve them. The prescriptionroom H. Williams J day comrs and mileage I1*.20

:Mr. and Mrs J. O. FrnlioV. nf at Graham. I . .8 LAKE BUTLER. of the Lake Butler Drug Company I i is arranged conveniently and J. B. Crew do _____ S.40
Mr. S. B. Woodard ?-------------
Starke has sold his
--spe tseveraldays I The Long
last week Bridge Debating Society '
1:1 now the druggist take of his i B. M. Dnwline com as tax col ______ 33.07
can care i
with friends and relatives here. I place at Graham to Mr. J. H. Surren- had to postpone their debate last Sat- 6) 4) 6) 4, 6) 6) 6) 6) 6) 4, 6) 6) 6) 6) 6) 6) in and R. M. Poirlifxr! do 1914 Uh______ 18.54
.' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Taylor were |r\'. Mr. Woodard expects to move to urday night on account of bad weather Freshmen Entertain Sophomores prescription work a better style G. W. Hazen com as treas ________ 60.54
here Wednesday from Plant City. until next Saturday night the 15th. give quicker service.
f' Worthington I Mr. Willie Sloan has moved from The subject will be, "Resolved, That 'ine tresnmen entertained tne Sophomores Billy Parker. the brilliant and witty Total ___ -. ____________h________ 362.94
Springs. ,
at a camp nre party on the lecturer national for the I Roil and Brirfr FundM.
Messrs. Drew Summers and Leonard Sampson City to Mr. James Reynolds Capital Punishment Should Be Abol- organizer
lawn atlr*, fans A. Weeks repairing bridge _____ 2.59
Summers returned home Saturday and will farm on his place this ished." The program will be a quartet January 'itn. tnuay evening, great sec;ft society will speak in '0. W. Mann lumber __-__________ 11.00:
,I:- from Hampton after a pleasant year. sung by Messrs. Oscar and Gurney .Many games were ,"- Lake Butler on Sunday, Monday and E. P. Riedon n-pairintr bri.lpe _____ 3.50
visit very I Rev. R. C. Davis has been called Crews Misses Phyla and Pearl uuigea In and aller a uountiful repast Tuesday, and at Raiford Wednesday. i. W. Sanp d' ____-________________ 2.50
with relatives. | Ren-
I ''to the pastorate of the Methodist aa departed.Inooe Billy has been speaking Florida for W. B. Eram-cn do _________________. '2.38
I Mr. Henry Blackwell returned to froe, and instrumental music by Mr. .
M. 7. Oiurson and
: his home in Hastings, after spendingthe |church at Graham for this year. Oscar Crews and Miss Ina Crews. Also d. rsi present were, :Misses Saun- the past three months and in that ____:. .repairing. _____ _bridge__._____n rratcrial _- fi.00
week with friends. Mr. Chesley Fogg has bought a other exercises of interest.We Louise, amitn, oglJ'm01e time fully 30.000 people have listenedto *. H. \\- U'"m.I: dan nad map ____ 6.00
Mr. and Mrs. Lcnnie Summers have I J largeb unch of cattle from Mr. R. W. are proud to say Mrs. J. B. lownsena, Mary Kutn Wiiiwms, \1ar- and become interested in the great Ned Leis 'l.uitlinB bridge __________ !M
caret Lowery, Bessie O. R. S'vest ____.__ _.___
returned from Madison where they Surrency and drove them over to Jack- Crews is mending and hope to see her .Kennedy, Ada work. ao n 3.50J.
utgister: Jeboie itoberts F. Colley rn-airs: to etc., for
.Maud Hun- Mr. A.
sonville L. tie timber
this week. Kirkland and
spent a few days during the holidays. well again soon. ronvien __ 5 __._____ 19.00
ter. u ---- -------- -
Miss Jessie Roberts is visiting: at Mr. George Stewart, of Jacksonville Long Bridge is on the boom now. .Myrtie Kooerts, Kasper Juncan, agent; for the wria' Southern railway Quteley Lunlrr Co. Hmlr Itnd nails 2.2fi

the home of Mrs. W. H. Shallar. is spending some time here with We will soon be hearing the whistleof iiuoert Kawaras, Aiont Jameson, \. ur- vas in Lake Uutler last TII S- Jasper Brovrt tppairing brulpe _____- 1.00
his brother, Mr. Tom Stewart.Mr. the Jackson new trews, iLllwortn C. Harper, Kai- ('ay on l:13inesIr.. Kirkland is ainr'wgh 0.f Li\'invt.'I1 & Co. hoes for con-
" Mrs. W. L. Summers' and granddaughter Will Jones of Brothers' mill as theyare lord tpperson, J. h. .names Leeman t! vets ____ __:.________. __.____h.h 3.75
: Alta Rogers,. spent last Hastings, mo- now erecting the mill near here. busines man and no il'tubt J. W. AndrrSon, feeding mules -

Wednesday with Mrs. Badenbaugh, tored over to Graham last week, looking We want a volunteer for superin- Kivers, GoraonucKennon, cnariesr highly appreciated by the Georgia etc -----. -1- ______.h___________ 9.40
.k. near Mt. Tabor. i after his interests here. tendent cf the Long Bridge Sunday loya Maurey uingtord, Frances Col- Southern. :MifMl Drug ",tore med cine for con-

: Messrs. S. G. Smith and D. C. Wil- school, as we wish to have a good son, DillY Kivers, hugnes Kegis>ier, Mayor A. C. Strickland and family vets ____. .__--_____. ---____--____ 11.3:;
____. ____
lieu brannen. last V. E. Sapo luitiber n.n 1.75S.
lian.'s were business visitors in Lake o Sunday school in our midst. Who will spent week in Hawthorne with L. Aharor material for bridge ____ B2.00RnHfo'd
Butler last Monday. volunteer? relatives. While there Mr. Strickland Co JV'nk. interest on scrio._ 16.13J.

Mr. Harry Shallar returned home HAMPTON.Miss ..yi0 The school is progressing nicely under Methodist Church sold to his brother-in-law.. W. E. I.. Rrftu-n ffnnirini? hrirlirp and material -

Saturday, after a short visit in Hampton the management of Prof. Man The : Morrison the mercantile 'n ;:'iof -the ___h (____-____h_________ 15.00 ,.
ning. newly appointed pastor preached estate of T. :M. Alvarez clothes for convicts _-h 1.00
and Starke. 0 . Mr. R. B. Strickland, de-
at tne .vlevnouist S. R. nenmirV .delivering :3 eon\icts 12.tO
, Mr. Parrish of Worthington Springswas Mattie Dover has returned after The coons and 'possums have madea and, in spite ot the caurch bunday, censed.Mrs.. '. Pndirlnil'.a;! : days read insp _._.n 4.00
I transacting business here Tues- an extensive visit with relatives in rise in our vicinity. We think the was unfavorable v eatntr B. Fenbere returned from .'. K. nowlin* ,f<>ed>nB eon"icts! -_n__ 1MO
I hounds should be oy good congregationsat Gainesville last P/owlinir ;licharKini 3 conucts.9.00
day. South Carolina.Mr. kept busy for a Friday where she had 0
bOth :Cervices. l while. been : av
Mr. and Mrs. L. Summers spent and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. of peopie enter upon the work ot spending a few days with her '. Ii lin-wupplies for convicts h.h 5.40 '_

!. Friday in Gainesville. Baskerville, Pa., are visiting J. W. . . Aew rear witn tokens of the pa rpnts. Bert Seals mix tffr convicts --______- --_ 9.00
, Watterson and ercouragement. Mr. John W. Strickland of Samp- r.IV.. Zarinir Co. feed for mules 0.C
family n
t .0. . . Rev. L. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler, t lie expects to preach next bun- eon countv. X. C.. is now added to the '. P Cf f 1 slav road insp _h.. ._-_ 2."*)
i <2;> LAWTEY. aay at Wortnmgton springs. Ah In- force of S. T. Dowlindo ---_ __--_ 2.00
4 the
was shaking: hands with friends here I Florida Furniture Com-
to attend. R. I. Gr>ene Professional service eonv1.50
[- HIGHLAND. Monday.Mr. pany. Mr. Strickland is courteous :
I- a \ T.. Crew r::'vr road machine et* 12.S5
r Harris, representing the Times, .., 4 4 4 4 'V 4 4 4 4 ,'v... ,? 446)4 young gentleman r.nd a good saV: ..- .\. I) 'njrw. Merc. Co. Shoes etc for ,

. <$ '$3"$> Q 3> $'WG4 end: Mr. Bruederly of the American, )Iis'e Lee Moore returned home I Junior C. E. Program man. and one who can please the r'i..t, ___ n__ _hh__q lA.II-I P*
lv.. Whi (> Son 2 *ho('*ls for conv !!. ) ,
r The large farm of R. L. Black & both of Lake Butler, were transactnig Tuesday from Jacksonville, where she For Sunday, January IGth, at 11:00 B. 'I. TVvslt-i? roll i 'ito license ._._ 5.31
f. Co., owned jointly by Messrs. R. L. business here Monday. has been spending a few days with relatives 'la. m. Miss Lillie Colson, of Swain!'horo. 1'. W. Hazon t.-n as tress __nn. tl.80 it
Hack and J. B. Padtrott, of Gainesville .J. R. Davis, the popular insurance, and friends. 'lopic-Serving for Christ's "rrived last Sunday mornine. She i"

I located about two miles west of- man of Starke, was a business visitor Misses Lois Terry and Ida Lee Roberts .1 I Text: )!att. ;;JH--tJ-e; sake Uy Aub1.e. I j I 1 the rrest!' of latives here and will Tntal ____ 4 .-__u___ ___._____ ___. 699.22" ij

this place. is fast becoming the record here during the week. returned to their studies at the Iekle.! I I remain for a while. W. Han rum JlrainaFund a* trens ___ __. fi.-4 UO.
holder for crops in this locality. This Willie Reynolds and family, of Wal State College for Women at Tallahassee Sonjj.Prayer.. MH.. Y. Stevens wife and babv.} ftne :'.,,1 Forfeiture Fnnd -
farm which has been in operation fort : I do. and D. W. Moore, of Theressa. last week. n. F. Roberts and wife andV.. F. T.n0Pn r rvit: ca.e Pearl WI,!'.. t 0ti"V

r only thrt-e or four years has made a i were seen on our streets during the Mrs. J. P. Hilburn, of Fort Myers,, liiDie lesson read ..lternatel '. I Garreton. wife md two daughters ''. f>" .. t,1"f' nwdi.ine at iail "..65V

J great SU''l''i'S. Last season the estimate -, week. was a visitor to Lawtey last week, tory, "tonfessinj tnrist," p ae 0 motored over to Inke Butler last!' TVsHav i''. V. 'Tmi'n Pon-- Witness; const cz.s__ .__Pola_ Sanp_ 'ill 00; )
r of the which consisted I The meeting held by Prof. Waldrup the guest of her l'rotherIr.. II. -Kutn Richard. !'holpjngThl:' above named u h f
corn crop. C. a- AV O. Rnb'n Mo ______ .____-- "0
of SO acres, was near three thou- ,j I Industrial Agent of the G. S. & F. Pence.Mrs.. I .Memory ver.e:;. from Olustre and come over very of- F'izi: J'n-ri'Jo :'.> n____ .-nu I.M
'- ,sand Lushels. The fodder was not"pulld' railway in the inteiest of the farmers J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville is I Discussion, "Ihinjs We ten t0 purchase thfj'r snnnlios. '<'. t. ir'tin >lo __ ____ .n_- 0 l.0
but i I was well attended.: Some of the samples spending few Jesus." Can Do For Our old friend. Mr. R. \.. Cart! .'n .1. _______ ___. 0 1.aO t
. was left on the stalk nnd a days here at the home Dennis Kellum.o. p.1t.. ('tlnl'. s'o! __ __ __ _
the whole was: shocked. After the of Florida syrup wen as fine as; of her p l'ents11'\ and Mrs. A. M.J!Illssion study, Egypt, 13. Jacksonville fire department Sf\"nt r. tj. ar'-4'' '; juror 0. 'on 1.80 t.,!"" i, '

corn had \been broken. the fodder an.1stZlIlc the state has ever produced. lila nehard.Mrs. I iiuaincss. page a fnv/avs last week here attending c.f. PiKe> ,!" _n____ __0. \.-"\ i"
Hampton has : Enoch '! to hisiness I, ij.n, Jo ___ ___ *
; were ground by a feed cutterand an unusually lar earrer.lre Griffis and children returned -! Special week's work matters. m h 1.40
baled of strawberries this home last to help some Mr. J. E. r. Ward .!.- __n____ u. 0 'A f
forage. The result ct: season, Thursday from Ozel- ;one in need. : Andrews soil his farm .
T f P- wl9) :io ______ ___ __
: this project: was l.bOO hales of good I I and the prospect is all that could be lo, where they were the guests of relatives consisting of 200 acres last week to H. T.. \Varl .i h _.____. _- 1.40 1.20
feed. averaging 63: pounds to the bale, de ired. for about ten days. Dr. J.1.. Mann. '. ". *l lnr'T .leith watch u at n jail '4I.11Oc.

or rear to f.O tons in all. Not only I The county convicts are again stationed Messrs. Henry Bennett, A. M. Blanchard C. E. Program :\Ir. ACl Whitaker, proprietor of 5. P 1'<'n""rC..d'n;t pri-rfiner 53.00: l's$.

in farrms are these industrious gen. here, and ci.gaged in repairing and Robert Blanchrad were vis: Topic, How to work with others. the Lake Butler Bakery, made gn extended T>.r. J. P. 'I".1inoon eoi nty physician 4.17 f.

tlemen showinr what our county can I our public roads. I itors to the State Farm last Sunday. :I Text, Isaiah 41:1-7-Marion Rich- : visit all through West Florida. 5.p\ rnrirt.* l 'nr. ') iiard com at on jali fine __ ;V92n. -'
do, but in stock raising as well. On I The union prayer meeting is being- Mrs. A. M. Van Dvke was a visitor ard. last we@k. v 1. P r\,.""',,,'", eonteyinjr pri- oner to j

the second of December a car, consisting well attended and a greater interest j is" to Jacksonville last Friday and Satur--I i I :Song.:; Mrs. French Boston and daughter rr'o"ch....":f, _Un _-_- ___ -- 31.60J
of 75 head of fine hogs, was ship. being manifested.Rev. dav. : Bible lesson and explanation :-MISS Marearet. of A Alachua. itf'd herS T Cam-nn
ped to Hastings. They have still at L E.1.. Henderson, of Waldo! Rev. L C. Futch, of Vanderbilt. will I ,: leader. by the t"rinlaw.Irs.. S. A. Rirhard. last S.Ceo B..\.I.ntrk."n Oard-KT !ese _Truhy_ __ Townsend_ _._ 2.25-." -f
: their farm a large number of hogs of filled his regular appointment here preach at the Lawtey Methodist church Season of wpek. They were on their way to r"nr"'v Ha .'t.. witnes u .-_-UH roM:5

different and very fine breeds. Sur.day, preaching a large congre next Sunday morning in the absence Round Table prayer. ir-erpssa to spend a while with other r.t"1.. Onrl-n! r case Bob Owens u.u.u h _. 2.25
Mr. Ira Butler was called to Jacksonville gation. both morning and evening. cf the pastor, Rev. Olin Boggess. who -, "Some Reasons WhyoLi1iF relatives. !S.' R. -nmsrK do ______ ._____n___ ___ 1-15
. Friday the serious illnessof 0. Rombach has opened jewelry will probably be at the Irs. Vnh' Ji-Hnit nllnees _____-___u__ _._ !500l.
' by up a annual conference Luna Burgess. who has J'cenviPitin T. Tilli' .!.. _____ ________ _
store in the h 1.00
his father at the home om C. C. buPdingformerl occu of the Methodist Episcopal churchat !' her ,
? daughter Mrs. G. M Richard fieo .\. Ga"iin r case D. Anderson .___ 2.2S fc
Butler. in Riverside. pied by G. S. Watterson & Co. St. Autrustine. The conference will returned to her home in Blitch- *. B. Drnnrndo! ____ .-______--__-- 4.25 '
... J. B. Padgett, of Gainesville, was convene Wednesday of this week and I To be ton last week. r.('(> A. Car.linr case Bfb Owens __._ 2.25 'j
transacting business here Monday. . . .0. adiourn next Sunday evening. forty, is healthy at seventy, prepare at S. B. Denmark do --_______--___--__. 10.45 S sound advice, because in Oza1Rian witness .___________
A party consisting of Mrs. Geo. E.: $> Miss Eldredge Reddish was a visitor strength of middle life we too often you like one? A mill that Ira Collier Jo ._----_________________ 5.01'i, j
Wilkinson Miss Annie Hudson, :Mes BROOKER. to Starke last Friday.Mr. that neglected colds, or careless forget will grind your own horse. cow. hog re.. Gardiner case Wm. Padeett_ 4.07 :;
srs. George Wilkinson, Henry Hud ?> ment of treat and S. B. Denmarl do ________
F. A. Fisher. slight aches and chicken feed. ---------- (
Use all
' son and Dr. W. H. Hudson motored I . w. t of Jacksonville, undermine pains, simply cobs and Ttvis; ReynpM-s witness __________ 3.411'.I.'
to Jacksonville on business was a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. weakness strength and bring chronic no waste. and they cost onlv a trifle. Lent Sapn t" --_---_____________. 3.10' .
Thursday a Mrs. G. W. Hazer. and children. Miss Col. for later years. Andrew Gien do __ ___
A. Z. Adkins, of Starke Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. ?? ______. 3.49 I
and pleasure trio combined. was
Myrtie Emery and little Fay, returned I transacting business To be stronger when older Griffin r.ol'1loldo. ------_??-__ ___ R.40
Miss Bettie Wimberley expects to last week from a visit to Mrs. Hazen'sparents in Lawtey Mon blood pore and rich keep your Fresh-- Joe Hall di) ,i----________ ? 3'49
leave Saturday for a two weeks' visit Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lewis day.Mrs. 8tren -bai1ding and active with the fish and oysters daily. Phone Pebble Padjrett |do --_____:::1111::: 3.40i
r- at A. M. and blood-nourishing 109. Handy ruck.Johns dt- _______ IIIIIIIII V20
with relatives in }fadison.i Miami. Blanchard returned home! properties of S'. 12-19-tf. : -----
:Mr. Limbau h. of Starke. a popular Elder W. F. from Jacksonville last Saturday, after food,a tonic and a medicine which is a .'*s,e Thomas II..) juror _IIIIIII1 l'oa
knight of the grip was here Monday. preached at Zif Malphurs.last of Starke, spending about ten days there as::1 blood neb: alleviate to keep your You get all the important national, E. Gnann do ,t---------_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_------- l'o4 j'jj. I

Miss Agnes Wilkerson left Sunday ited friends in Brooker Sunday and vis the guest cf her daughter, Mrs. J. B.I avoid nckDeai. No alcohol rheumatism iu and state, county news in the Telegraph. ,Wm. Fisher doLCN.Cr --------------- --- l'nn
Monday. Dye. &u Scott'.. 6n --------- HI!!! I'M.
I: Bovag.m.tld..1'"j, Mrs. A. Price was a visitor to JackSonville I C. S. Austin ;o -------_________ I.Of

I 4. Monday. I Total ----i__._________ 330.0'.F.
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LAWLESSNESS AT FORT PIERCE. 10 MILLIONAIRES IN STATE. + + + + + c + + + ,+ + + + + + + .

Fcrt Pierce and St. Lucie county WASHINGTON The state of Florida + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

contains a large number of the l best has ten millionaires to say nothing -i NOTICE OF GCARCIAN SALE. -

ABOUTSETTLED people in the world, but the lawless OF REV.l.E.TRICE I of. numerous nearmillionliresd. t SCENE OF RIOTSMany Thirty days after the fr.t publication of thia >

element, rough-necks and thugs have accor 109 to the annual report of thet notice, I will: apply 19 the Honorable Geo. A.
Gardiner. County Juts e of Bradford County,
given that town and county a black commissicner of internal revenue, torida. for an order tosell at private sale ,
which was made public today. the or'>eighth jndivMed interest of Vergie.
German Government eye Troy Brady Bertha Mnyblo, Lomy, and Billy
Willing to Cowardly Assassin Shoots at
Quite freuently the announcementof Counting 5 per cent. as an average Killed and Wounded and hikes, minor heirs of Nancy demons, deceased -

some murder rowdyism is made rate on investments and $50,000 as an in and to the following described lands to-
Do What She Can To or
Set and the time is now ripe for a vigilance Him Through Window of average annual income on $1,000,000, Six Blocks of City De- wit An: undivided one-eight1 interest in Lots t

Matters Straight. committee to run the tough characters the State of Florida has exactly' 451 and (53 and E>j of Lot (44) in Wood- s

and law violators out of that His Home. millionaires, the report shout. for stroyed by Fire. lawn Section ((31) To..r.li 15) S Range t2:> .
East. containing 25 acre, more or less, in '
county. there are ten persons in the State Bradford County, Florida

Washington, Jan. 7.-Two communi- Following at murder who report having had incomes of i S. E. L DUKES. {
many attempts ARCADIA, Jan. 6.-The attempted I 2-1T-3L Gui'dipn for said Minors. -
cations from Germany reached the and various killings, another tragedytock $50,000 or more during the calendar YOUNGSTOWN, 0., Jan. 8 Three .
assassination of Rev. J. E. Trice
United States today-one year 1914. men were killed, nineteen injured, six ORDER OF PI BUCATION.IN I
containing a < place ill Fort Pierce a few days
here last
still the
Monday evening In Florida there taxable city blocks burned with estimatedloss THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
proposal to pay an indemnity for the ago when Charles S. Emerson, editorof were 1,754 an
one important topic of conversation THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
t Americans lost in the Lusitania disaster the Fort Pierce News, who has done incomes, classified as follows: of nearly I eight hundred thousand CUIT OF FtORIDA IN AND
i which bring negotiations and at a special meeting of city coun- From $3000 to $4000 per annum 478 dollars, and state troops were called FOR BRID?ORD COUNTY -
much the in
may on good for town
encouraging cil, a reward of $1,000 was offered for From $4000 to $5000 per annum 303 out tonight as a result of rioting in FLORIDA. CHANCERY..
: subject to a conclusion and the ) law and order, was cowardly attacked the arrest and conviction of the From to Comer L. Peek and Chas.A.Smith .
$5000 $10,000 625
perpe- per annum East Youngstown after battle be- I -
other a ComplainanU,
: conveying the Ger-
assurances by a brute and almost
young trator of one of the most dastardly From $10,000 to $15,000 per an- tween strike sympathizers versus
and armed
operating t killed. The assailant was E. L. Ricou, crimes ever attempted in the annalsof num ________________________ 180 guards at the plant Bradford County Devtlcpn nt I
of the
son of R. R. Ricou, of Jensen.R. Youngs- Company, a corp4ratkn;
the county. A reward for a sim- From $15,000 to $20,000 per an- I town Sheet & Tube Company.I --:der of Publication.

(. :, torpedo non-combatant ships of any R. Ricou has been arrested a ilar amount, making a lump sum of num ________________________ 82 rioters stole five Thia cause coming oc 'to be heard upon
character without warning them and number of times violating the Florida -I!I I hundred pound motion of complainants for an grder of publication -
$2jOOO, was offered by the county FrQm $20,000 to $25,000 per an- 'Of
dynamite and have threatened the against the abuse named defendant
according safety to their passengersand fish laws and a few days ago was commissioners in regular session on num ________________________ 26 residential section. The and it appearing unto the court that said
crews. arrested again by County Fish Commissioner ; postofficehas defendant is a domestic corporation of the ,
Monday.Mr. From $25,000 to $30,000 an-
per been burned and it is reported that State of Florida that there! is no
The communications were delivered Hopkins, who charged that Trice has received many threatening num ________________________ 19 within the State of; FlonJa, the service person of a
United States
to Secretary Lansing by Count Von 32 barrels of mullet were discoveredin regulars, as well a? mi-
letters, from parties unknown, From $30,000 to $40,000 per an- subpoena upon whom ov4d bind said defendant

Bernstorff, the German ambassador.The Jacksonville having been shippedby in the past, but neither he nor his num ________________________ 24 litia private, are now enroute.at the steel The police and and absent; that from the the officers State of af said Florida corporation and have are

secretary immediately sent tbarn Ricou. These mullet were caughtout friends took the matter seriously. From $40,000 to $50,000 per an- (I i I guards plants been for a period of six months prior to the

toPresident Wilson. of season and were sent back to However, Monday evening, while seat- num __________________________ 71 I sheriff firemen and were his deputies helpless,, although as were fifty the filing It is of, therefore the above ordered suit; considered adjudged -

Official Washington today consider-< Pierce. From $50,000 to 75,000 annum and decreed that *'.! Bradford County
ed at the supper table with his fam- per I j I rioters; have II
arrested the
ed America and Germany at last were Mr. Emerson briefly stated in his ily, a shot rang out, and to the horrorcf __________________________ 6 during Development Company a. ?lear and defend the
night. action brought against it for the f>reclosureof
near a final agreement regarding the paper the facts as obtained from the those in the room, Mr. Trice stag- From $75,000 to $100,000 per an- I two certain raortgapvs upon land situate in
There much before
conduct of submarine warfare. Officials court records without comment.Mr. gered up, with blood streaming from num __________________________ .1 was looting the Bradford county. Flonoa. by Comer L. Peek i
made their Christmas torch was applied to the business and Chaj. A. Smith, in the Circuit Courtof
no attempt to conceal Emerson day was
on the side of his neck, just below the I the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of %
gratification at the attitude Germany walking; on a prominent street with aNew WHAT WILL WE DO FOR FERT i: houses' hundreds of dollars! worth of Florida, in and for Jirao/vrd County, Florida ;
base of the
brain. The of the
apparently assumed. It is considered Yorker and his wife, when young screams LIZERS j liquor was taken from the saloons, in Chancery.It .
family brought assistance quickly, andon I I! is further ordered that this order be pub-
robbed burned
stores and
: knocked jewelry were -
virtually in harmony with the Ricou, weighing 200 pounds,
as it lished once a week for the space of two months
American viewpoint. ''him' senseless, and, like a coward examination by physicians, was I and the rioting is continuing early in the Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper -
found, to the relief of all, that Mr. I of general circulation: published in
What will do for fertilizers is this morning.
I Austria in its reply to the last An- kicked him in the face with spiked Trice Starke. Ercaford County Florida.
cona note having assured the United baseball shoes, inflicting many serious was not critically injured. the cry from every section. The best I I. An outbreak began late yesterdaywhen DONE AND ORDEKCO at Chambers inGainesville.

States of its intentions to operate the gashes.: Both cf Emerson's upper and Five small buckshot penetrated. we can, is the only answer. There is .1 a mob of more than six thousandmen A. D. 1915.. Florida this Jird day of December
I'1 submarines with due regard to inter- lower iaws were crushed, and he was 1 I t neck, twenty-nine going into no substitute for potash, and the only |. and women formed at the en- J. T. WILLS.

i national law and the principles of humanity confined to his bed for several weeks [ the wall cf the room, making an ugly- outlook seems to persuade the crops trance to the steel mills in East 12-31-raths. Judge.SOTI'E .

Turkey and Bulgaria, it is understood and will probably carry the scars for looking place in the side wall. UponlITh'al to get along on less that they have Youngstown and hooted and jeered as CREDITORS .
will take : : ] of city and county officers no before. Early plowing is advisable at the day shift left the plant. The private TO DEBTORS ,
} next steps to give life.About trace whatever was found of the Notice: is hereby B;cr that all creditors
such guarantees. It is stated authoritatively two years ago W. R. Jensen, any time. It is of vital importancethis police fired to scare the crowd, legatees distributees and all persons having

that Germany and Austria- prominent citizen of Jensen, was attacked scoundrel who perpetrated the out- year. E. S. Pace, district agent and immediately a rain of bullets be- claims: or demands against the estate of J. C.Carter .
The county dogs were out in late of Bra fr n. Bounty, Florida deceased
rage. for the University of Florida Exten- and nineteen wounded four
1'unpary will use their influence to a-- by the same brute because Mr. gan were are hereby reqa'red to present the
ccjipKsh this end. Hardee wrote an article for Dixie in the country, and were hastily broughtin sion Division: advises the farmers to probably fatally. same duly authenticated to the undersigned

The Lusitania affair except for the regard to the violations of the fish but after nosing around a bit, gave break their land immediately and turn The crowd burned four business within two years or thin; notice will be held
in indebted said
bar thereto and all to
the chase. In fact had the persons
up dogs under all the vegetable matter on it. buildings and two buildings of the
words of agreement to be entered inla in St. Lucie county. estate ar- required to pay their said debts to
'to, is considered in Teutonic circus This is the third time Mr. Emersonhas been in town at the time, it is doubt- The trash on the land will then have Youngstown sheet and Tube Works, the administratrix: farthnith. ,
ful if they could have been of any service time to and become incorporatedwith 1 drivir" "off the firemen with stones MRS. J. C. CARTER.
here :virtually: ended. ; been assaulted in Fort Pierce and decay Administratrix for the estate of J. C. Carter
as in a few minutes after the the soil. This material will assist and pistol shots. They then looted the deceased. 12-24-St.
Under the terms of the proposal, it is one of many indications of a lawlessness -
submitted for the approval of the Uni- there that should arouse the occurrence, there were hundreds of in liberating native plant food in saloons; and began applying torches to MASTER'S SALE.

..... people scattered over the orphanage I(I other buildings, while the police were I
ted States while to The law-abiding the soil. i
Germany, offering good people. peoplein : Notice is hereby C \"elthat under and bylirtue
pay an indemnity, makes the reservation Fort Pierce greatly deplore the grounds, in which the Trice home is A stalk cutter cr disc harrow should[ helpless. East Youngstown has a pop- of a final decree made and rendered
located, and it would have been impossible be the field before it is plowed. ulation cf ten thousand, mostly for- :on the 24th day of Dumber A. D. 1915. in
that admission St. Lucie run over -
no of wrongdoing many violations of law in for the to have the Circuit court of the Eighth Judicial Cir-
thereby is involved. It is contended county, and they should rid that com- picked up a This will cut up the vegetable eigners. I cuit of State of FlorHa,.in and for Bradford
trail. matter that : be turned completely There is a strike in progress in the County 'n Chancer, in suit therein pending
so can
that .
the Lusitania was sunk as an act munity of all lawless characters.The The morning after the wherein D. W. Mixre :Is complainant and
of reprisal for the British blockade of Ricous have already given of- occurrence ,. under. Otherwise it will not t steel mills. involving three thousand against Lewis Perry. defendant I will offer
Ie. If they the city council met and offered a re- rot so quickly. The foregoing method 1 I workers! who demand twenty.five for sale and sell at pull" outcry to the high-
Germany. ficials enough trou; can-
bidder for cash frvnt of the courthouse
ward of $1,000 for the miscreant, the anda est in
While Secretary Lansing is under- not they the fish laws they should be will\ not furnish all potash for fertilizer !. cents an hour instead of nineteen door in said county in the Town of Starke.
stood'not the fish county< commissioners immediately fol- needed but it will make growing half cents per hour. Four compa.n Florida on the 7th day of February. A. D.
to have indicated to Count from continuing
prevented lowing with a like offer, and the citi- conditions happier for the and ies have offered twenty-two cents per 1S16 the same being a ,gal sales day duringthe
Bernstorff whether the proposal was business. They can easily pay fines, crop leiral hours! of said. all ofthe folowing
zens commenced adding to the sum, I. hour but the offer has been refused by
number of officials in but should be given jail sertences. fair results can be had. I piece, tract and body fcf land, the same being -
'satisfactory, a a the the citizens from .
offers of ranging the strikers. ]lying and situated in Bradford eounty.Kloru.a
position to know the American atti- C. S. Emerson was formerly a well- reward ; more particularly described as fol.lows e-'
$500 individually. \HERE AND THERE IN BRAD-
that it be of Jacksonvilleand :
tude indicated would accept- known newspaper man
The govei; or was also telegraphed Militia Sent to East Youngstown The N>.. of NAVU cT SELF of Section 27. .
ed.As has many friends here. He was to and requested to offer the largest FORD COUNTY. township Seven Range Twenty-two East.

the assurances regarding the making the Fort Pierce News one ofthe reward, in his The citizens -- ---- COLUMBUS, 0., Jan. 7.-Two regi- t:. M. JOHNS, t
power. I ( Continued From Page 1.) ments of the Ohio National Guard, Special Master.
conduct of submarine warfare in the best papers in Florida. The law- alone have offered about $4,000 reward J. C. POPPELL,

S? Mediterranean obviously prompted by abiding people of St. Lucie county are for the arrest, with evidence to sons the same unsightlly proposition. comprising fifteen hundred troops, are I Solicitor for CompUdnant. 1. ..jt.)
I|. Fortunately for Bradford county en route to East Youngstown tonight, I
the sinking of the British steamship rallying to Mr. Emerson's support,
convict of the With
guilty party. so there is pretty general move in the : NOTICE
a and another is mobilizing J
Persia with loss of two American lawlessness is tolerated regiment '
a but as long as much money offered, without doubtsome direction of stump eradication. If you IN. CIRCUIT COURTEIGHTH + .
; lives are much broader in their scope I there it would be wise for Mr. Emer- of the best known detectives in read these notes carefully you will and making ready to go. i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. 3''

than the promises made after the Lusitania I son to go prepared for the thugs and America will take the case in hand in 'J san that in many a case mention is PRODUCTIVE FARMS: OF STATE E. F.BRADFORD Williams > COUNTY. i

disaster covering the operationsof criminals who have cursed that county endeavor to run the guilty party made of how many acres are already vs I.
submarines in the North sea and too long. St. Lucie county is the down. stumped. Every man interviewed wasasked Diira WilliamJ

adjacent waters. The latter guaran- Breathitt county of Florida, becauseof Arcadia has in times past had many I that: question definitely becauseit Cultivated by Prisoners-Some of the Notice Appear-Bill For Divorce. -

teed that only "liners" should be Im- the numerous crimes committed exciting occasions, but it is doubtfulif was desired to discover how generalwas Men Make Valuable Inventions.T. The State of FlonCl to Dura Williams
the movement in Bradford coun- Greeting: .
there. From the official records for
mune from attack without warning. there was ever a time in the his- It is quite general, but it needsto It hating been shown" by affidavit that the
the Mediterranean the past few years it is very clear thata ty. defendant is a non-resident of the State of
The assurances regarding of the when feeling
city more before the
committee could do good tory I be a whole lot more so E. Andrews, connected with the Florida. and that the residence of said defendant .
operations include privately vigilance was expressed than on Monday even- farmers of this fair county will have office of the Commissioner of Agri- is at Fitzgerald, Georgia, and that there ,

owned ships of every character. work there.-Dixie. ing when news cf the deed became come into their own. culture, has just returned from a is no person residing in the State of Florida.
1'e service of a subpoena upon whom
"It was revealed today too that in ENJOYABLE DANCE.A public. At first it was reported thatMr. In the Lulu Section visit to the State prison farms at bind said defendant, ar.4 that said defendantis

the reply to the last note regardingthe Trice was dead, and at that time. On the road northward the first ]Raiford. Mr. Andrews says that the over the age of t"eny-one years. tIt to

William f. Frye the Berlin for- had the perpetrator been caught, he farm reached was that of S. G. Pearce. j farms while only two under it therefore ordered considered and ad-

eign office agreed with the America .delightful dance was given by would have been strung up without He has a nice farm of 80 acres and State ,direction, are surprisingly years well udzed Hams: do that appear the to saM the defendant Complainant's Dura Bill Wil-.f '+

dew that small boats cannot be con- Mr. and Mrs. Champ Green Thursday the formality of a trial. I is cultivating in general farming.He Complaint herein en or before the 7th day of i '
sidered place of safety for night, January 6. All started dancingat -- had a specilaly good crop of corn tilled and productive. They are undera February, A. D. 1916. in default whereof a
a persons 7:30 o'clock and all parted at 12 and sweet last high state of culvitation. He has decree pro confewo will be entered against
leaving ship about to be attacked. ibe said Dura William> *.
a o'clock. Those who attended were The next neighbor to the northwardis had sent to the Tallahassee Boosters
Germln CHILD It is further ordered that this notice be ,
The government apparent- Misses Floria Cason, Katie, Fannieand M. C. Croft, who has a very nice Club a bundle of sugar cane that was

lly is not certain whether a German Avey Thompson, Messrs. Brady, place, consisting of 190 acres, of which grown there, and it can be seen at the a published newspaner in published the Bradford at Starke County, in Telegraph Bradford .

submarine sank the Persia. Germany Eddie. Dyal and Felix Sapp, of Rai- without 70 is in cultivation. He does general club's headquarters.The County, Florida. ones *eh week for five consecutive -
It is true almost exception,
promises the United States in today'scommunication ford. Long and Wesley Cason, of Rising farming and is evidently making a weeks. .
that nobody is going to love and State grows potatoes by the IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto -
Newn Mott. Pet Oliver and James look it about
that should it de'elopthat of it for things
success set hand and id the seal of Circuit -
my a: our -
hundreds of bushels and the
such was the case the matter will Hainwright. of Wateroak, Walter Wil- nurture and develop a child like the the farm. He has a herd of 40 hogs hogs, court on this tbe 4th day of January ) r
submitted kerscn, of Vanderbilt. Arthur Pearce.Roscoe parents to whom God gave it; and it ;which are Duroc and Guineas. milch cows and chickens, he says, are A. D. 1916.
be and to prize
investigated SapD and Lewin White, of is also true almost without exceptionthat I In the bend of the Olustee creek and the finest he has ever seen anywhere. W. T. WEEKS.

court proceedings and that if the com Lawtey, Eodus and Dewey Green, of nobody is going to love and nurture j at the northwest limits of Bradford Four of the big porkers will be on (Seal) Py R. A. WEEKS.Clerk.

mander disobeyed his orders he will Woodlawn Park and Riley Kersey. All and develop a piece of land like i county is the elegant farm and property exhibit at the Ocala fair, but not as A. S CREWS, Deputy Clerk. ,

be punished and reparation made for report a fine time and many thankswere the and woman who feel that it of 0. F. Ritch. Here in the rich ; prize winners, of course. Their aggregate Complainant's Solicitor.: 1-7-ot.
the death or injuries to American citi- given to the hostess.A bottom j! lands of the Olustee creek Mr. weight will be over two thous-
is home al t NOTICE OF SALE 0V
VISITOR. a God-given, permanent $42,000 ( PERCENT
Ritch has made himself the owner of and pounds. BONDS.

zens.Consideration of the German assurances FIGHTERS- haven and resting-place bought withthe (640 acres. It is as fine land as onedjcan There are about two thousand acres Hereby notice is given! that the Town Council ,

and of the apparent attitude of VILLA GENERALS products of their own sweat I ( find in the state of Florida and undercultivation and being made of the Town of Starke Florida, will re- a
reflected in dispatches HUERTA IS A SICK MANEl toil or handed down from ancestorswho that 1 Mr. Ritch has made it yield its eive sealed bids for tie purchase of 142,000
Austria-Hungary ready for spring planting worked by
as ,
hallowed it of love and is evidenced by the fine : ot bonds of the said town of Starke Florida ._ e
full med
by years ,;
from Ambassador Penfield at the six to seven hundred prisoners.The up to and including the 6th day of February.
labor. I house, barn and other buildings he. A. D. 1916. Said boniii be dated January :- .
are to -
officials to believe that the health of the at the i
Vienna led prisoners
Tex. General Victoriano !
Paso, member of the Legislatureand < has on the place. He has 450 acres 1st. 1916 and are to bo in denominations
sinking of the Persia might not resultin Huerta is seriously ill and has been Every in a high state of cultivation of which farms is excellent. Deep well water, of One Thousand Dollar! each and to bear .

difficulties so grave as at first fear- removed from the prison at Fort Blissto haw every member before of his Congress the oughtto say-i j(300 acres have been rid of the stump perfect sewerage. Few men are under Merest, payable at the semi-annoaUy rate of,six per on cent January per 1st annum -.. .

ed. the residence of his wife. : ever eyes 'nuisance. Last year he had 150 acres guard. Most of them are working on and July 1st. of each par, with interest coupons -

Information regarding the circum- The nature of his illness is not ing of old James Oliver's, "Happy is in corn, 50 in cotton, and grew 700 honor as trusted men. D. W. Purvisis attached. The -ncipal and interest of

stances of the sinking of the Persiawere stated. Recently it was reported he the land "that is tilled by the man who bushels of sweet potatoes. He made 1 universally liked by all, being a firm of said the bonds Hanover are payable National the Bank Banking, in the House city
owns it! Land tilled by a residentlanlord 10 barrels of syrup and was in the and state of New York.
still lacking tonight. had recovered from a nervous illness. I. warden with consideration and kindly -
i It was matte clear at the state department Rodriguez, and three leaders of the may be kept in good shape, butDr. i,amidst of cane grinding. He has a fine I II withal. : The amount of bomb offered for sale is
for the pasturing of his 'orty-Two Thousand tollara
when he saidthat patch of rye and the principal -
during the day that the position Villa faction have not ben accorded Carver spoke truly -ihogs. chickens and calves. This is a The State prisoners make nearly all of said bonds si ail be due and payablethirty \

of the United States in regardto amnesty by the defacto governmentand next to war, pestilence and famine I fine idea and while a number of farmers of the farm implements in use. It is be years from the date tkereof. Bids will I +
is accepted to sevta-thirty o'clock .
landlordism the worste.l up
absentee m.
Americans having the right to are fugutives in the Guerrier district i were discovered who were growing illustrated that men in confinement, 'on the 8th day of February. A. D. 1916.p. All

travel in merchant ships regardlessof according to advices received by that can befall a country. rye fields for pasture, yet theirinumber I II who are detained there for long I bidden are'required to deposit with C. A.'utch. .
defense General the Carranza com- And of all kinds of absentee land- is really limited. There can as Town Clerk of said Town a certified -
whether they were armed for Obregon, I i periods often develop mechanical genius check for three ft cent of the amount
has not been changed the slightest. mander. lords, the worst-next to the man who the(\ nothing better for the health nor I which under the other environments 01 their bid. said thick to be made payable

The bulk of the armies of the three indiscriminately sells land in white .the growing of young hogs than a might never be known. to A. S. Crews as Treasurer of said Town asa '
is the patch of for pasture. Some-find guaranty of full compliance with the bid
leaders have surrendered and are being > communities to Negroes- manjwho I rye with But One life prisoner has invented a submitted and shall! he! considered u liquidated -

LUCKY ACCIDENT. paid off and re-enlisted in the holds land out of use, keepingpopulation )it profitable to mix rye oats. sort of barrow that holds seed and damages in the vent of the acceptance 1of i.
of the !iat anv rate some such green pasture.should such nid and the failure on the part of the
Carranza armies at Juarez and Madeira. out neighborhood : be provided by every man who be used at the same time as a bedder bidder to comply with the terms thereof. j .

B. F. Roberts, of North Starke: and preventing adequate support for has a bunch of growing hogs. I and coverer, opening, planting, fertilizing All bidden shell (pecify the amount of ,'
bonds bid for tbs.
+ and time when the bidder
was traveling horseback in Clay county schools, churches and social life.-The I ,
I Guilford bedding and covering at one will comply with his lid.
Sunday. As he crossed a ford RAIFORD CITY JAIL BURNED. Progressive Farmer. From Luln to Guilford does not seem time. Another has invented a horseshoe The Town Council reserves the right to re- '-
Sect and all bids.
where the water was up to the saddleskirts any l
colt without so very far when one is on the train, that will cure "narrow" foot. a By order of tbe said Town Council of the
his horse, a "May JUSTICE LAMAR DEAD. alone Town of Starke Fiori: .ta. rJ
to lie down.Mr. The old framebuilding but when you are driving shoe with a hinged toe, having an expanding -
warning proceeded Raiford has no jail. E. S. MATTHEWS. ;
the vistas tall
long of pine r,
through the heel is fitted
screw at to Attest
Roberts while trying to extricatehimself known as the town lock up : Chairman.
from under the body of the flames Christmas nightabout Joseph Rucker Lamar, associatejustice trees over the flat woods sandy roadswith the deforming hoof and each day is C. A. FUTCH. 1-
went in : house at raveler to Town Clerk.
horse, grabbed at the muddy bottomand up midnight and no one was thereto of the United States Supreme break never the monotony a of or things the roadvets expanded by turning the screw a little.After (Town Seal 1. .5t.

caught an object which he at first a last tribute to the old houseand Court died at his home in Washington to seem very long. Lulu ii in the heel of the animal has become -

thought was a pebble, but which proved pay no one mourns its loss. A wooden Sunday night, after an illness of Columbia county, hence a visit was normal a regular shoe is used.It For Children's Cough :
to be a gold watch. a tag on months. He born at Guilford there is is pathetic that these wilnever
the fob strap were engraved the initials structure is a dangerous expedientfor several was i 110t made to it. At men You cannot use anything better for

a "U. L. Y." The watch was still; a jail and Raiford's jail came Ruckersville, Ga., in 1857 and was appointed -.a store and the postoffice in charge of reap the reward of their genius. your child's cough and cold than Dr.

running. very near c.timing a victim last summer by President Taft to the benchin J. G. Roberts and a still owned by -Tallahassee Record. Iill1 's New Discovery. It is prepared ;
McCall Bros. A. E. Cone has been in
When the reporter expressed his astonishment as mange another has done in the 1910. the wood and tie business there but from pine tar mixed with healing rand

because the water had not state. i is moving away. A nice lunch was Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy Most soothing bawaa3. It does not contain ?' ;i

got into the watch and stopped the Now that the old building is goneit Many People Don't KnowA enioved while he chatted of thingsand EffectiiiL anything harmful and is slightly I

works forraer; Mr. Roberts explained had that its is hoped that the council will put sluggish liver can cause a personan told of the decadence of business; "I have taken a great many bottle laxative, just enough to expel the poi-

for owner water and probably that the watch an a'ersion had- up a concrete structure that will be awful lot of misery. Spells of dizziness since the war came on. of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy :rind I sons from the system. Dr. King'sNew ,

inbibed his characteristics. By tM; both safe and secure. Such a building ; headache, constipation, and biliousness -- every time it has cured me. I have Discovery is antiseptic-kills the

tracks of the former owner's mule, he can be put up for from two to are sure signs that your liver Found a Sore Thine.! found it most effectual for a hack cold germs-raises the phlegm-loosens -

could see that the rider must havebeen three hundred dollars and it will not needs help. Take Dr. King's New Life I. B. Wixon, Farmers Mills, N. Y.,I irg cough and for colds. After taking; the cough and soothes the irrita- .

1 "jug-bitten." The mule had probably only be fire proof but unbreakableas Pills and see how they help tone up has used Chamberlain's Tablets for, it a cough always disappears," writes ffon. Don't put off treatment. Coughs

stopped to drink in the ford and well.-Tribune. the whole system. Fine for the stomach years for disorders of the stomach and J. E. Moore, Lost Valley, Ga. Obtain- and sorts often l had to serious lung

the rider lost the bridle rein, and in too. Aids digestion. Purifies the; iiver and says, "Chamberlain's Tabletsare able everywhere.Read troubles. It is aho good for adults }

leaning down to recover it, the watchhad : You get all the important national, blood and clears the complexion. Only25c the best I have ever esed. Obtainable ) and the aged. Get a bottle today. All

his shirt.dropped from the breast pocket of state, county news in the Telegraph. at your druggist. ((3) I everywhere. .: the Telegraph-$1.50 Tear druggists. (3) i y


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A Colossal Event for the people. Unheard of low prices will prevail for 30 days only. J

.; j Our tremendous surplus stock which we new have on hand, including the purchase of the above stock, assembled at our big t1

.:' lablishment at Lav/ley, Fla., represents the cream of America's best factories. This entire purchase will be sold at unheard ,;f low prices. !l

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,.-. It win be an event for the people that will make the New York Bargain House, Lavvtey, Fla., the magnet :t

t for buyers; those who are thrifty and the head of homes who wish to save from one-third to one-half on their .J Dry : 1

r Goods, Shoes and Clothing needs. It will be a bargain feast such as you cannot afford to miss. A 30 day's sacrifice 1

( on good quality Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing, such as was never given the people before in any part of the South. I

::5' Economy demands that you join the throngs which will take advantage of this Sale and respond to this announce I H1 i

!: ment. The very nature of this Big Sale demands the confidence and respect of the people at large. The people of I ; ;

: Lawtey and vicinity know what to expect when the New York Bargain House, of Lawtey, makes an announcementof i it!

this kind. Saturday morning, January: 15th, 8 a. m. will witness the begining Lawtey's premier bargain! event/ .I

'. I A Sale: wherein profits will be sacrificed direct to the people for 30 days on Dry.-x:;: ma5-B Shoes, Hats and Cothing. ;

In justice to your pocketbook, remember the opening or the 30 days Clearance ;Sate will start II


30 Special Days...A Colossal! Event for the People---Unheard of Low Prices; will prevail for only 30 Dave:;. 'ii 11 11.u

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; Satin Ci outs. : Chemises ..>c nuue. 3Ien's $1.50 Flow Shoes, all colors DEI'AKT.MENT GROCERY. DEPARTMENT. i'j
All cur Silk and _______________ __ .. Boys $198 and $_)._0-a Patent Colt and 10c Picklos. '
Cleearance Sale Prte _______- .S3 Sale: I Price .S3Women's 4 and sizes. Sale Price --:----- 1.39 Tan shoe ._,- Sa.'e Price ---------- 08. '
We also have; about 2,000 different Gowns, 7Cc value. Men's $'>).:Ig Shoes, odd lots, all kinds. Bon Suits:>$)Sale to I $10rceValue.".--- 1. i) 13c Salmon Irate Price23c -------- 09 rti
Sale: I Price .39 Sale I Price 1.98" Salmon. Lie Price .0
all for below cost. ----- ---- ----- -- 3ie
Waists. They RO -- -- -------------- L. -------- -
Sale Price, 98c ., I'
", Ladies' Coats. Extra Value. Women's" Silk Hose, G5e value. Men's S1.CO Fine Dress Shirts. up to I 19 15c Fish Roe. c,'' Price ____ .13
$10 : ----
: _____ ___________ Boys Pants up from 19
Clearance Sale Price _____u_ 1.98 Sale Price u .19 Sale Price ------------------ iJ Sic: Boys' Underwear. Sale Price Corn Bee f Sale Price ------ 13
i.: \ $12.50 and $15. 0 Ladies Coats. Wciren's Lisle! Hose, 35c value. Men's Sample Fur Hats, new styles. Coats for little tots, .19 l"c Chip EeefJKale Price ___u__ .12 III I.;
_________ _______ $3.50 up to $10 ,.
:; Clearance Sale 's ae Price u 19 ., Sale Price ------------------ 1.00 value, Sl.09: and 1.49 2oc Roast Beef Sale 1 Price _____ 17 -.t
.'7" $20.00( and $25.\1)\ Ladies' Coats. Women's IIoss, Tan, 15c value. _,ICIlS.Suspenders, non-elestic web- Boy Overalls 6 20e Beef Trip Sale Price _____ .17 .r,1
to 15 ')
'f, Clearance Sale Price __uu__ 2.93 Sale Price _____u___________ .07 Sale 1 Price ------------ ; I I'- years ?- lOc Vienna S.lJ..age. Sale PrIce .08 ,""j
Ldies' and Men's First Class Heavy Women's Brassieres.. SOc and 73c; value :.len'; Early Fall Caps, I 25c Cooked B ains. Sale Price __ .19 .
: Ribbed Underwear togo Sale Price, _," and ..". Sale! Price _____ DOMESTIC: DEPARTMENT .
t Fleeced and vc -------- :9 ------- lOc Cocoa. Sale"I Price __________ .08 "
/' i at Clearance Sale Price33 Women's Waists, $1.2'S; value. $2.00: Men's Pants. Extra 27 inch Bleaching, value Sc. lOc Mince )lca Sale Price ____ .08 .1
t .-; Sale Price .85 _______ Sale Price .
; Misses' and Children's White Sale Price
SOc ------------------ -------- 03 Dime Brand Kilk. .
----- --------- Sale Price 1
", I Washable Sweaters __________ .:}9 Women's Dresses, S3.00' value. $3, SI, $5 and $5 Men's 36 inch bleaching: ; value lOco 15c Rumford Baking Powder __ .09 ..
1 : diies' Ribbed Union Suits. Sale Price 1.25 Sale Price I Sale price _______ .13 1
50c $1.49
:: long ------------------ $2.49 ----------- .08 :oOc Royal Baking Powder ______ .43 '. ;
;t: .; Clearance! Sale Price -------- .19 Women's Dresses, $5.00 value. $10 to $25 Men's Suits, 36 inch unbleached, value lOc. 23c Royal Baking Powder ______ .23 :
Ribbed Drawers, 25c val Sale Price 1.98 Sale Sale price _______
Ladjes' long ------------------ price $3.98 up to --KINDsT"I :--:-------- .07 20e( Green Coffer. Sale Price ____ .15
ra 4A I ue. Clearance: Sale Price 19c & .23 Women's Dresses, $7.00 value. ., $1, 75c and 5Cc :Men's: : Table Linen, 51-inch, value 33c. COc::: Bliss! Coif'. Sale Price ____ .27 <
: Ladies' Outing Gowns and Petticoats. Sale Price ------------------ _.4;) wear Sale Price 35c and I Sale Price ;-----------_______ 23 lOc Dixie Flyer Coffee. Sale Price .08 .
:L1 Worth 50c. Clearance Price ._ ..3323e ; Women's Skirts, $1.30 value. Sv eet Orr and Headlight %.G- n'h Curtains, lOc value. 25c Peaches, Sale Price ________
. and Sac Outing Petticoats. Sale I I Sale! Price __________________ .9;; Sale PrIce ------------ I Sale Price, per yard72x90 ----------o 7 15c Peaches: Sale Price ..23 13' !;.
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-l Price -------- -------- .18 Ladies Men's Hats, $2 and $2.50 Sheets, value 50c. lOc
: I Pumps $3.00 and $3.50 Fine Peaches. ;Sale Price ______ .09 \
' 312 Ladies Opera Capes, values S7 Sale Puce 98c up to Sale price72x90 ________ .
Black __
; Suede Colonial Pumps andGun -- ---------- .39 lOc Corn. Sale Price _________ .09 j
,: to $10. Clearance Sale Price .75 : Metal. Sale Price ______ 1.49 REMNANTS Sheets, value 100. 15c: Pork and > Sale :
OF >eans. Price
't'V 203 Serge Princess Dreses, nil colors ALL I Sale Price ___________ .10 ,
: II ------- 69 lOc P a.; Sale Price __________ .08 J
.k $7 to $12 value. Sale Prl\e ? 1.03 --- -------.L-
,...'P' CIO and $12 Ladies Suits. Sale __ lOc Van Camp Soups. Sale I Price"c 08
.,..c. Price ,n"). I:: LISTEN: '. vVI r. .hzD M r. Merchant Chump Sale; Price ________ .29 '..
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Suits.Sale ;: Working Sale Price13c .08S
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Price ___________u_____ 4.53 I man, Mr. Money Saver, Mr, B' worth of S Chili sane Sale Price ---- .13 ,
r .asonabl e *''c Oysters s':1p' .08 :
$23 Sale and Piice$00 Ladies______Suits.____ _______9.93 and Dependable Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishlac' Postum. !ee Price ======== .13 ,.
Corn Flakes. Sale ____ ,'
k II. and R Near Price .09
p Wo Sale en's Price Middies---,__$1.___value._______u_ .39 1: All easy-to- Goods, Trunks, Bags, etc., viII be at your 15c 13c Cane Karo Syrup Sale Price ________ .09 '"
mercy must be sold. Nothing I Syrup. Sale Price .09
I Women's Waists, 73c; value. i reserved. If you cannot come 25e Eagle Brand Milk ________ .15
Sale Price _u:3: the fIrst day second 5c
or it Every Milk. Sale Price .04
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Women's Waists, $1.00'alue.. I soy can com'e any of the other lOc S DayFxt racts. Sale Price .08
r Sale Price ___-___u_________ .43 i lays. W e urge you to come early 1 ..;cc Tetley's Tea. Sale Price ___ ..21.L .
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