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 21, 1916
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Flew Southeastward Over City Wednesday I I Interesting Account of Good Up-to-


.E. Frank Chase is authority for the Recently our reporter inspected the ,

GREATSUCCESSEIGHT following piece of news: Object to Restrictions. Laid en The tee in fixing the. said qualifications for farm of C. L. Peek, which is located' %
Mr. Chase lives the .
just beyond voters in the Democratic primary of four miles northeast of Starke and
northwestern corner of Starke. He is : Voters in Democratic Pri- Florida as contained in sections four two miles east of Alfalfa on the Sea- i

an early riser, and Wednesday morn- mary Election and five of.said. resolutions, which readas board railway, and one and one-half .. -
GALLONS OYSTERS ing he got up at o'clock. He went follows r miles southeast from Saxton.It BANQUET PAS GIVEN BY
out to get some wood, when he heard "Fourth-That he will not be influenced is in what is known as the Clay .,

REQUIRED FOR'THE FEED a strange purring noise as from an STATE COMMITTEE URGEDTO in.voting for or against any gully section and has 200 acres of LADIES 0F WEEKS CHAPTER

automobile. The noise was overhead, candidate by religious test very fertile dark loam soil with clay
any or on
t" and looking up, he saw a bright light RECONSIDER ACTION account of religious belief denomination sub-soil. The land was selected by -
CoL D. E. Knight, as Usual, Heads emanating from an object whose shape or sect with which the, candidateis Mr. Peek, after his 36 years obser- Ladies of W.if. Weeks' Chapter Honor ,

, List of Heroes With 125 could not clearly be made out:, but Preamble and Resolution Offered by affiliated. vation and judgment of the different MemMjrH.It of J.J. Dickison '
Mr. Chase was sure it was an aero- kinds of soil in Starke vicinity. "4 \' dO' *
"Fifth-That he is not memberof
" Points. a Veterans
, t'it plane. The machine was probably less D. E. Knight, Asking For Recon- any secret organization which attempts The natural top soil from the Starke Camp. .of : r

' than a quarter of a mile above the sideration of Objectionable Features, in any way to influence polit- and Lawtey road out to this farm .

Or" Friday night the annual eat fest of earth and moved at a not very rapid Was Adopted By Practically Unan- ical action or results or the obliga makes a permanently good read with- As nnr.our.e3il:) in last week's paper
, ,' the local camp of Woodmen was held. speed in a southeasterly direction. The tions and purposes of which organization out any hard surface material when the United laughters: :of the Confed-
" In former light was a searchlight and was directed imous Vote. properly constructed, graded and drag-
years the supper took place will justify him in refusing to i eracy observed birthday of Rob-
before the business meeting, but this toward the ground, brightly illum- support the nominees of the party." i ged, as demonstrated-by the avenue ert Edward I.ty: by giving the veteransan
'd time it was thought best to have the inating a circle of about 60 feet in di In response to posters announcinga And be it further resolved, That we roadway now in course of constructionby elegant dinner at the court house'

meeting first, as the members' appe- ameter.It mass meeting something like one do most earnestly urge upon the said Mr. Peek, whose idea is to show, and by an intf renting program at the
; tite would be the keener after a couple is supposed that the aeroplanewas hundred citizens of Starke and vicin- State Democratic Executive Committee when finished, how good a road can school auditorium' at ,one-thirty p. m.
: of hours' waiting.B. one of those of the Pensacola sta- that another of said be mace on this class of Bradford Eighteen laid
ity met at the county courthouse last meeting com- I covwere at the banquet -
0' .- M. Dowling, historian of the tion, on a journey to the East Coast. Saturday night. The meeting was mittee be called and that the above county soil at comparatively small and the following were present:

camp, was asked by the reporter for So far as known, this is the first time organized by electing J. C. Poppell, copied portions of said resolutions be cost.A. \\ T. Weeks, S. F. Morgan, L U.
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some information about .the annual I a has visited Starke. Esq., chairman and Judge Geo. A. withdrawn from the required qualifi- little over one year past this Morgan, J. TVi Wells, F. C. Haislop,

!' oyster round-up.by the Woodmen. He I NEW W. 0. W. OFFICERS. I Gardiner, secretary Mr. Poppell explained cations of Democratic voters of this farm was unimproved woodland, but Win. Lake, J, il. Roberts, J. W. Nichols +
: gave the following: I II that he had net been instru- I state. now 75 acres are in cultivation of the B. L. =I';'tt t., J. T Jones, J. G. '

ll f "The order of Woodmen is of an ancient Ii mental in calling the meeting, but I C. L. Peek, J. A. Hendry, W. D. Mc- 120 acres under wire fence.' The oth- I Ritch, J. M. Iiraes, John Croft, T. P.
lineage, as sure as I am a candi- I At the annual election of officers of that his understanding was that the Rae and A.J.McKinney: made vigorous er ,80 acres will be fenced for pasture Register, A. fH} McKinney, T. F. Man-

date for re-election for tax collector.It i the local camp cf Woodmen of the object of the call was to secure a dis- speeches in favor cf the adoption of purposes. I sell, J. J. Spankman, G. W. Dyal.
was instituted by the Druids of an- World Friday night, the followingwere cussion of certain resolutions adoptedby the resolutions and it was plain that The cost of stumping is a problemnot I At the schor/1.auditorium the following

cient Britain, not by the 'austere man' chosen for the year 1916: the State Democratic Executive ,those present were cordially in favor yet solved by the owner, but the program: Vns carried out:

of the Scriptures as some believe. The Geo. L. Massey, council commander. Committee at its meeting on the 6th cf the state committee holding a spe- 120 acres must be cleared of stumps I Prayer-RvJ Worthing.Mrs. .
Druids had, like the Starke Woodmen, B. C. Willis, adviser lieutenant.R. .. cial meeting for the reconsideration of and roots as soon as practicable.We Tomlifion, Vice President W.

:' their annual feast on Friday before A. Weeks, banker. inst.The resoluticns referred to were the objectionable restrictions placedon found on the farm a modern 3- j T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., gave a

.\ the full moon in January. They had Geo. A. Gardiner, clerk.D. read and D. E. Knight then offered the voters in the primary.J. roller cane mill in operation, run bya short talk in .rU'mory of Mr. Ellington
human sacrifices at their feasts, those E. Knight, B. M. Dowling' R. 0. the following preamble and resolutions E. Futch, Esq., Bradford county 6-horse power gasoline engine, turning I and Mr. Willjaur\ : Tison, who died dur-
sacrificed being compelled to eat themselves Daniel, managers. which were adopted by a practically member of the state committee, was out a 50-gallon barrel full of juicein ing the past L\' -ar. Q'Introductoiy'.remarksProf.
1 to death, and oysters being so A. G. Green, escort. unanimous:: vote: present and stated that the objectionable 27 minutes. The dryness of the Neal.
Gown Fred Chase, sentry. resolutions had been brought in poniace or mash or bagasse, whateverit "Su4'r River" the
sleek and slip so easily, they Whereas, the State Democratic Executive Song, nnee -By
were chosen as a medium to take life, Committee, at its meet in; in by the resolutions committee end had is called, demonstrated that practically ? school. I J t .

.., and that's the reason we have oysters I Starke High School Teams Will Play Jacksonville on the 6th instant, adopted been adopted with little discussion; all the juice was mashed cut I Pap' on 'Oiaracteristics of Lee"- "

," ., at our feast, don't you see. We should I Waldo and Gainesville. resolutions tending to restrict the that he himself had: not realized) the by the mill. Mrs. J. M. ;f\"arez.
have sacrifices now, only that these qualifications of the white democratic full significance of the jesoldtions until The boiling process was done in i Soldier SotV-Mrs., Hamriek's kin-

days nobody can kill himself eating. voters of Florida for the coming primary he had read them later in the news- two 100-gallon each metal bottom, cypress dergarten. j l t
t'. If you don't believe it, just wait till I A novvel basket: ball double-header election in a way and to an extent papers, and that he had then writtenthe : side vats set on the furnaces.The I' Recitation 3y 'kindergarten.I -
you see some of the big uns get outside twill! be played on the Starke High that seriously interferes with the chairman of the state committee daily output in good Florida syrup I Reading, '!!ke to the Rear"-Miss
Yet stand- School court Saturday afternoon, be- that special meeting be was six barrels or 180 to 200 gallonsWe ,
i the bivalves. as our j religious belief of some Democrats; suggesting a Slay Fripp. '
:'. ing as Woodmen depends very much tween the girls' team of the Starke And, whereas, we believe that cer- called to reconsider action takenat found Mr. E. L. Ware living on | Song, "Sil 'r Threads Among the
't'J 1: on how much we eat at our feasts, every .High i School and the Waldo High ,I tain conditions included in said! resolu- the meeting on the 6th inst. Mr. ar.d in charge of the !arzn. Mr. Wareis Gold"-Leo G nova.-

's man exerts himself to do his best." ''School, and the boys' team of the tions will seriously affect if not disrupt Futch stated that he did not vote either evidently wide-awake, energetic Encore, "Ju-t Before the Battle,
>- At 9:15 thirty-one stout Woodmen I iStorke High School and the boys of the Democratic party in the state for or against the resolutions, but farmer and stock raiser, who keepsup Mother" Leo:Canova..
; formed themselves into a procession the Gainesville High School. The cf Florida that the vote for them was practically with the improved business meth-'i i Mr. Dray ton'Colley was the winner

ft. and marched up Call street, marshalledby :games between the boys will start: Therefore; be it resolved, that we I unanimous there being: only one mem- ods of running a farm and stock c:!I Iof the nrize tcr the best essay on the

R. 0. Daniel, B. C. Willis and Roland promptly at :2 o'clock and a large do hereby pretest against tie said action I Ler to answer 'no" when the negativeside i/rarth. I "Life, Character and Achievements of F
r Bryan, who composed the refreshment crowd is expected to be on hand to encourage of the State Democratic Commit- of tae question vas put. We are authorized by :Mr.: Peck to I Robert 'E. uMrs.. J. M. Alvarez

': committee, making thirty-four the locals to victory. I I I' say to surrounding farmers that he! presented thf p'rize-a beautifully

members in all. Each one carried: his Though this is the first year St3rke I now guarantees to put in operationI I, bound copy otjthe;t Life of Lee. r

trusty axe, and the glints"of bright has been represented by basket ball i I there next fall a rice mill, capable oi l Song, "DixU"'-By School.
h steel ( ?) in the electric lights looked teams, both teams are to be congratulated i HERE 'AND THERE IN BRADFORD COUNTY hulling and cleaning the farmer's load! j- Rebel YellT'By veterans.

war-like. When the procession marched on the splendid showing they of rough rice whih he waits, and carry I I :.t' ,

1i into Rowand's restaurant they resembled have made and with a little more en'coul"tgemer.t I back the cleaned rice same day that At the buss meeting preceding
frcm the sport supporters he brings it to the mill. I I
of German soldiers I '
a company the celebrtticli A. J. McKinney was
i- ,
invading a Belgian sausage shop.|! and friends: should put out win- BY L. L. PALMER. There is good living and profit inj I I: elected treasuH-r vice Wm. Tison, de-1
ring teams before the season is over rice grc.wingon these clay sub-soil
t .it. Everything was in readiness for them ceased. A v/"e of thanks was ten-
x and there were seats for all. I i Both teams art strong and well bal- I Traveling Representative of the Telegraph. undulating fiatwoods lands of Brad- I dered the ladc-J of the W. T. Weeks

,s < Col. D. E. Knight, who on these occasions anced and particular mention shouldbe I I ford county, and Mr. Peek hopes to i Chapter for tf dinner and festivities '
" is looked up to with venera- made of their heady.playin;. Taking the read which leads south :-I j-n' Russell at Olustec. It is remarkable encourage and build up a big industryin I I they had prcp-ted{; for the veterans. '
i Owing to the fact that the partici- from Lulu towards Worthington that some cf these seedlinge this line. He wishes also to encourage -
in hand the re-j I
taken by Confederate
: tion, was The to the next -
who pants who are trying for a place in Springs one soon comes to a big settlement bore at six years of age. more planting of sugar cane I delegate
freshment committee, placed a reunion to take place at Birmingham
first have been doing such along the banks of Swift That Mr. Kerce is a painstaking there is !!|
the teams as always a satisfactory profit -
low stool for him in front cf the high : AU in June, will be S. F.
1 excellent work, those who will play Creek. The land in this section is : lId careful farmer is demonstrated in Florida syrup and brown sugar! '
would be
his food near I t.
that and Wm.
counter, so I Morgan, T. ; Register
. several Saturday will not be known until this specially rich and productive, consequently ty the fact that he still owns the when the crop is intelligently managed. lVVILL
; his mouth. He was given Lake. \
that if of afternoon, but this can be said of both the farmers have been suc- wagon which his father purchased in ;
spoons these and forks, so was dropped any he teams-they will put up a plucky cessful and are mostly all well to 'do. Lake City in 1868. The old pioneeris Speaking of rice, Mr. Peek will plant : 'TRY AGAIN. }
,_ could find another. The fight and show those who attend thegame Some of them were not at home, henceno still in good order and ready for this season not less than 15 to 20 -
three of a clean exhibition of basket: data could be obtained from them. the burdens which may be heaped up- acres in this crop, and has already .
waiters quickly put styles ball. Amorg those interviewed may be on it. He also has a dump cart whichis scattered a car of commercial ground Two years nno R. J. Andrews wasa
,_ oysters in front of every person as who resides' some 30 years old. He displayedwith candidate /(>? county commissionerfrom
Everybody follow the crowd and mentioned W. W. :Moore, limestone oil'15 acres and getting the
well as crackers, bread and sauces delicious j t come out to the games. Bring one in the Swift Creek settlement. liehas pride an old fashioned spinning land in good shape for the rice crop. the! Lakt Butler district. Com-
of different kinds. Then came friends farm of 240 75 : wI el which doubtless his mother used missioners w.Jre then elected by the
or two or as many of your as I a splendid acres He will plant also not less than 10 to
coffee. I you like alone.i of which is in cultivation. Last year also: a set of dining room chairs, 12 acres in sugar'cane and a large county at lark; and Mr. Andrews was
.There are two clases of Woodmen which he had made with his own handsin defeated by a few votes, but his dis-
The games will be played on the he reports that he had fair crops, crop in sweet potatoes, corn and hog
i. the "once-overs" and the "repeaters. the days when furniture stores trict gave hir'j a good majority. This
of the Starke High the d'eather cut things
basket ball grounds though feed crops, hay, etc.
The first finish their meal at one ware unknown in that neck of the time the omtrissioners are to be elected -
and interesting time is anticipated short for him. His will be
t School an I money crops sugar cane,
ting the others eat at intervals, rest- districts Mr. Andrews has
still and
tweedsThe chairs are doing by
Admission: 15 and 25 cents. The country is fairly open here and I rice sweet potatoes and hops.
ing .daring the interims, to enable Seats will be provided for the ladies on far ::. ::1Y to the west; could be seen a duty at meal time. Next full he will use steam powerto decided to tryjit again. He says thata
them to eat the more. Col. Knight barns fences and of 4the citizens of the district -
house which to be the The building, everything majority
1 the grounds. large proved run his cane mill, and use steamto
belongs to the first class. After he about Mr. Kerce's wanted Mini commissoner two
else placeare as
home of, P. J. J. Kerce. Ha has 200 boil the syrup as most economical. I
1 was through it was found that he had models of neatness, repair and years ago awl that he hopes they are
', A CARD.I acres: : in his farm and had good crops
The will the
steam at same I
made 125 points. As 100 points means / power of the same r$nd at this time.CEME'IERY .
last yesr. He was busy setting a thrift.The time the rice mill and feed mill
of his grading run a
two oysters,
quarts Douglass :Neighborhood
I for thereat
':" meant that he had made: away: with I have Lean asked by a number: of syrup event kettle of and: the getting yar-ready ifcne grind! i Passing through the bosky strip of and velvet bean huller. He will be in I t l' : WORKING.

< five pints besides nearly a whole I persons whether Mr. Lem! Sapp is road on cither side of Swift Creek, shape to manufacture for you your 1' -
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chicken, three cups of coffee, a loaf of still attached to my office as denjty ing. one soon comes to a road leading from syrup and sugar, clean your rice, hull There will fct a cemetery working at
bread and a couple of platefuls of sheriff at Raiford. This will informall Turning easterly and dri\ing a mile Lake Butler to Providence. Its general your beans and peas, and grind your New Zion ch'jrch on Thursday, Jan. :
bottle of ono come! tcFthe delightful home of corn: with shuck and cob into feed.
crackers. He had used up a interested persons: that Mr. Sapp'sconnection course is southwesterly, and i it 27th. All there interested are invitedto
W. C. Kerce. The wind blowing this
was We wish success to
tabasco sauceon his raw oysters- with the sheriff's office ter- passes through a fine section which enterprise. attend. '
and cold out of the north and the I I
fried boiled raw --------- _
whether these became or minated or. the first Monday in Jan- I was at one time settled almost entirely oj
.; later on we know not. He was paid uar:,'. .S. B. DENMARK, sun had already sunken behind the 1 by people cf the name of Doug- I CARD TO THE PUBLIC. public might nj ve accurate and prompt
due homage for his achievement, and t' Sheriff Bradford County. hills :and tall pines of old Columbia bss. There are still some of the old service. I hose; tried to faithfully
from other __ when the Traveler arrived at this hospitable <:- the interests of all who had bus-
the visiting members camps -J pioneers there, and their descendants guard
To the Citizens of Bradford
acknowledged that they had never seen Geo. A. Gardiner, Frank Dean, C. J. home. Upon making himself : have spread out over the land. I County: iness with th'q: office and I believe no
J. Pierce of Hampton, known his request for a night's rest I am today making formal an- one claiuv :
such valor displayed before, though Clark and P. [ The first me of the name encountered can that any darriging: er-
they had been present at many a hot and G. E. Wilkinson, of Highland.I was most cordially granted, and soon, J I was John A., whose farm com- nouncement of my candidacy for reelection rors or emissions: t have. been made in
r battle. I'I Those -invited were: Thomas Lim- beside the fire in the cosy sitting room J prises 320: acres, which he has neatly to the office of Clerk of the !|:the handling ;.j-ccurt' br other record

x But there were other zealous pa- baugh (mascot), Homer Limbaugh: Ed all the cares of the outside world were I 1 fenced off into eight fields of 40 acres Circuit Court. I have not been in] papers. I h:>ie not used informationthat

; triots who would have freelly given Burnsed and the Telegraph reporter."A. forgotten. It is only fair to Mr. and | each. He has 30 acres cleared of haste to reach a final decision in this has con;t,'tome through my con-
their lives for the cause-had they P. H." cigars were now distri- Mrs. Kerce to say in this connectionthat I stumps. Last year he had good cropsin matter, because I have held the office nection with tj'-j office to speculate on
been able. Captain S. A. Bryan and buted generously and the Woodmen their entertainment of the Tele- everything he planted. His' land for a number of years, and before be- the misfortur or'necessities of others,

J .. Mr. N. T. Limbaugh each mada away shPuldered their glittering axes and graph's representative was lacking in where he planted cotton was hammockand coming a candidate again I wanted to but have hell those who were unfor-

M t with nearly two quarts of the produce returned to their camp, where a couple nothing and thoroughly enjoyed. by' he made a bale to every two acres know, as near as possible, whethermy tunately situ jtf>d whenever it has beenin
;. that made Cedar Key famous. As of pleasant hours were spent, listening man and horse. without fertilizing. This certainly is services were still desired by my power io dftJQi;and this will be

, Judge Gardiner was a "repeater", no 1 to talks by Mr. Massey and Mr. Kerce has been on his place I a good; record.A the people of the county, as I cer- my policy sojloag as I am retained in
one but himself, knows his score, but Col. Knight. A resolution was drawn some 41 years; hence has seen things neighbor of the Douglass peopleis tainly do not want to try to press my- the office. ? -

it was rumored to have been something"up by Capt. Bryan and sent to the come and go and develop! in his community J. J. Nettles, who has 140 acres and self upon them if they have some one 1 do not qV stion the right of oth-

prodigious. Eight gallons of oysters, ( governor, asking him to supply the from wilderness. to its present '' does general farming.; He reports a else that they prefer to have in the of- ers to aspire to'the' office nor do I

were consumed, and how much of othr -." state gunboat "Roamer" with a 42- high state of cultivation. He owns' splendid cotton crcp last year. An- fice. Lately so many Lave expresseda question that there are others who

'. < eatables and coffee we can not evenmake centimeter gun for the further pro- 148 acres at present, though his hold- other neighbor is M. A. Blackwelder, wish that I submit my candidacy for I I could and woiiid'fill the office acceptably -
A 4' a guess. The Rowand restaurant -.1.tection of oysters. Another bv R. 0. ings were greater than that in the who has 160 acres, CO of which is in re-election that I am led to believe a but if' my services are satisfactory -

;- 1-. already celebrated for good viands j Daniel to Shellfish Commissioner old days. The thing which soon attracts cultivation. He, too, does general farm- majority of the citizens of the county I I and majority! of the citizens

< ,l. and good service, added new laurels Hodges, asking him to see that oys- the attention of the visitor is ing and reports fair crops last year.S. are satisfied with the way I have man-{I II I wish to keep file in their employ I can
; ::4 to its fame. 'p-rPfl t' ters were not soaked in fresh water the splendid pecan grove which he Brown ia still another resident of aged the office and want me to remain see no reason hy I should stand aside

{, The Woodmen present were: Mes:i before shipment, as such soaking caus- has on his place. He began planting that section. He has an 80-acre farm, in it. land I II undertaV? to be-rin life all over

j r srs J. p. Robinson, M. Parker, B. C..i''ed them to swell up and lose their thirteen years ago and year by year half of which is in cultivation. He I In the years I have filled the office I' again in somi other line of ,work. The

',. ;{ Scarborough, J. B. Sapp, R.: R. Cooper,,J flavor. Mock trials were also held in had added to it till now he has 22 does general farming and his cotton have tried to do my full duty as a public !I office belongs the people and if they
,. ,: F. E. Chase, D. E. Knight, F. A. Hess,,, which R. A. Weeks and B. M. Dowlin ; acres, much of which is in bearing. crop last year was specially good. A official. The affairs of the office want me to cwtinue to fill ty I will be

A. L. Alvarez, F. C. Hollin worth, J, were defendants. Both were found The youngest trees, are three years splendid example of the effect of fer- have been investigated annually by deeply grateful to them for givingme
and sentenced to cruel and old. The yield this was 1,500 -' : state auditors. Their reports have their preference.With .
',C. 'Robinson, B. M. Dowling S., A" guilty unusual year tilizer upon cotton was sten at his
s: ':Bryan, J. A. Ellington, D. P. Mitchell,, : punishments. pounds of fine paper shell nuts and place. It was noted that in a spot of i been published in the county papers thisatement! of my positionI
,C.' N.Cooper, Roland Bryan, Perjj J,s And thus the eat fest of 1916 was.thered. the samples he supplied certainly cotton patch the stalk > ere about and not one time has a word of criticism respectful! submit: my candidacy to

'Dover, D. T. Clark, R. A. W eeksffJ $.rti. .to its fathers. Like its predecessors proved to be mighty good eating. tfanH fn_ size and heighth 'of those been offered against my adminis- you W solWS your, support at the.
<.*C; Willis, W. L. Silcox, R. 0. Daniel? ,I it was "immense," and we There are four varieties of nuts grow- around them and inquiry as to why tration. I have tried always to keepa Comirig'";fa tknir, ,i' ,

: .; 'Etmer Lazone, Errol Alvarez, Geo. L,,. do not exaggerate when we assert that ing on the place, and the seed came --- force of courteous and competent V df respectfully,

I1 ',figs; ; Niasep, T. N. Limbaugh, G. Cooper,,, the oysters were "out of sight." originally from the famous orchard of ....Tor.5nued......,r-- CT Pare T.) assistants in the office so that the ii' W. T. WEEKS.
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resolutions there could be no objectiont ,

Ii TWO HUNDRED EN EMPLOYED INii ticipate othem.in No the man councils is entitled of the to Democratic par-- I 'J' ; 4

party-and by councils we must
urderstand primaries-unless he is a Prince Albeit is ;
Democrat. To be a Democrat he must 1 1Bay
I of necessity answer to the second and : -= :
< 1---- third counts. On the fourth count the such friendly ;
fJ committee has out of all bounds
Co., Purchas REAL ESTATE FAKES gone .
v: Southern Cattle Feeding
and attempted to muzzle the mind

ers of 25,000 Acres of Land and conscience of the Democratic party w that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this

i ., Busy Clearing 6,000 Acres. They Don't W rk That Game in This That and the first clause of the .' pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost
State. fifth count will drive from the party ,
If hundreds of the best Democrats of y 4 time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set

WILL PLANT VELVET BEANS, In a late issue of the Country Gen- Florida.If H4, I in his life! The patented process fixes that-and cuts. out -

CORN CHUFAS, HAY ETC. tleman, a self-confessed land fakir determined a Democrat to do goes all in into his the power primary fora ''I ti' bite and parch 1 j
writes entertainingly of the =
'. schemes very of the land sharks to get the certain candidate but.agrees to sup- ii ; Get on the right-smoke-track soon as you know howl 1

Company Purchased Land from Mes money from the come-ons, the only port one favored the nominee or some whether other he he be is the a Understand yourself how much you'll like : ,

srs. Dowling & Shands-Will Have trouble with the story being that he good Democrat. If he firmlly believes
is faking again, and this time the
Entire 25,000 Acres Fenced in A that a religious sect is perniciouslyactive
is the sucker. I would not
newspaper in securing control of the politics -
; Short Time-Camphor Farm Sold have criticised the story if he had not
of his state, he has a perfect ALBERTthe
; to Dupont Powder Company. mentioned working the game in this I right to not only vote against but to ;> .. CRINGE
tate, and I believe from what he work against any candidate who is !
writes that he never has been in this :
affiliated with that sect and -HE IS .
GREEN COVE SPRINGS.-The stateor if he ever was, he is not DEMO- t'\ f
largest corporation of its kind in Flor- well posted on crops. .. \ national joy smoke {

ida is now located at Green Cove and One of the tricks practiced by the CRAT.If .;;,:;.,..A.. t
Democrat desires to become a
is progressing so rapidly that every sharks was to have a dummy farmer a \\ doesn't it that if all
member of a secret organization that : lfs It stands to reason, men over thenation
the interested in farm of the road ,,
body in state I drive a load produce along of the I .
has for its purging ,
I purpose !'", f. "V' i : ,\.g. all over th e world ,
ing and stock raising is looking at where he would be sure to meet the P) :"":" '' ,
party and of politics of a sect that is i! .\
Clay county. I train of automobiles that was takingout believed to be perniciously active in a vi > .i":"' \ Watch your step! prefer P. A. that I it must
The Southern Cattle Feeding Company the suckers. The shark would ..,>\ :': L
political way, HE HAS THAT IN- ,, ,..w ea y to change have all the qualities tosatisfy
, producers of beef and pork hold up the farmer and engage him in HERENT RIGHT so long as it does ht. ,(:x. :\>> .... .,.!.: ;" ,.<,<'.v. t'd color of unu eh'randlUlpe I ,
:" :
f :
from Cclumbus, Ohio, who purchased conversation and uncover the fact ".x" M'' ,,. : imitate the Prince Albert yourfondestdesires? t
: to
not compel him to betray his party by .< :.. ;.: .. t
r 25,000 acres of land six weeks ago of that the farmer was making barrelsof deserting it when the majority goes > ,::"";':"' ..' ";'r \ tidy r ed. bat It it impostlbleto Men onPrince
: us right
Messrs. Dowling &; Shand, are on the money every ) ar. In some cases ; 0''''' imitate the flavor Prince get
ground converting 6,000 acres into a the "produce" would be something that against There is now not the slightest r ; : ", \ Albert tobacco I The Albert! We tell :you this

t veritable garden. was imported from hundreds of miles doubt that the Catholic organizationknown '. "k,':,.. ..a. f' patented protects process that! tobacco will pro 'e better x xk'h' "
Two hundred employes are at work away. The come-ons would prick up < # ; ; .. _' _
as the Knights of Columbus! is ., ;'" ,', : { c.... than
.. can figure out
and preparing the their at the noise of the great .., ,', '. ,'''<:.: \ you ,
tearing out stumps ears ( in Florida politics-and in it strong. : : :, ;.;:- .::- :.. .
land for the planting of velvet beans, profits and be willing to get into the These resolutions were introduced by r,c7w. \ ; ,; ) it's so chummy (rand fragrant Li

; corn chufas, natal hay, Japanese cane, game themselves. When the fakir R. B. Stuckie, member from Pasco : -.0 and inviting all the
Irish and sweet potatoes, rice. Help writer comes to Florida he falls down,
where there is
ks county, a strong organization time. Can't cost
from all over the state are pouring for he says that the farmer would of this secret order. In fact, 1 you more

.'. into town and by the last of the week have on his wagon "kumquats and Stuckie stated in the convention that' N': .4 J.>_ than 5c or lOc to[get your 9

r 500'men will be at work. Track engines mangoes." N ow mangoes are a sum- more than half the voters of his county bearings 1 1;

gang plows and other imple- mer crop, and kumquats a winter crop, are Catholics.The .
ments on a large scale have been or- and how in the world the fakir could vote shows tendency 2' Y PrinceoAlb letryuhtrt
a strong .
dered and are arriving. Ten them together on the same \ it loppy nd
parts get wagonat
favor the of
to Knights Columbus. f t :? bqga. Set tidy rj/i tin.. lOethandtom
large modern houses for the superin- the same time is beyond me; it True, the wording of the resolution yk: ,y .so- .:, *pound and half-poind
tendents and forty smaller ones will I could onl ybe done on paper. Anyway would bar the Knights from partici- "::r '"l'y tin kamlJort anJ...tfi that clattycryital

be built as soon as the contracts ares who ever heard of a farmer pating in Democratic primaries, if as- a. '" '' with -glait pound humidor
+ iponit-moittrmr that
: lop
signed. Thousands of acres will be bringing in a wagon load of kumquats sertions made in the most public man- Covydcbt lulby ,,; ; kttpt the tobacco in tach gnat
put into natal hay. The entire 25,000 and where would he be taking ner and the speakers still standing R.J.Iteynolds trimt 1 J-
acres is being fenced with 52-inch hog them? There is no market for them, unpunished and untouched for them, Tobacco Co. ;

proof wire. Dipping vats for the erad- or at least a'ery., very limited one are true. But the Knights are a real R. J. REYNOLDS

ication of the ticks are being placedat as table ornaments. I sure would like secret organization and their members TOBACCO COMPANY
proper stations. Pure bred bulls to know in what part of Florida this
do the
t not go on platform Wintton-SlemN.G
imported to cross with native faker operated. I
are rant. They quietly gumshoe for more
} stock. S. E. Strode of Ohio is pres- I have been to many part of flor- and more members, and these new
. ident. He is a practical and up-to- ida in my time, and have been on the members themselves become as silentas

date farmsr, who until recently held land of almost every big colony com- the desert sands when they are

the position as chairman of the state pany in the state south of Palatka taken into the holy of holies. What
r agricultural commission of his home and I have never seen or heard of chance
:: will a challenger have at
state. Two hundred men are now any such practices in this state as the them? *'I\

bending every effort to clear 6,000 fakir: describes. I know that some land On the other hand, the secret organization nwi*\
acres as soon as possible for this year's companies bring their people' in loads at which the resolutions are

I and it is possible that the compannyhas aimed is secret only in name. Whether -
crop.Another larger business is in its local "cappers" primed to give the it is called "Guardians of Liberty"or S pDEAl|

infancy that may develop within a few country a boost, but it has been my something else, its purpose is clear
_' weeks. experience that the native is more often ERTILIZERMFD
and plain and is ranted about on the h
The selling of the camphor farm to the one to knock than the land platform by hot-headed enthusiasts.We BY
Powder Company, is a fact the land to .x._ : t l I a
the how
Dupont man, no matter good are not in sympathy with such tt
but not generally known. These three try to keep them away from the anvil destructive and vindictive doctrines R. -_ ILSON&TtOh1f.R i i ti r ),1

new industries, together with the hard chorus under the chestnut trees in the Rev. Catts Catts ERTILIZERJCKJOMVILLE.
as preaches. /
surfaced road, will put Clay county in I village square.Of I is not a good SidJnr Democrat. He has open e } + / fLA ,,*, I S .

a more prosperous condition than it course the land men try to show ly declared that one of his first acts $ &O
ever was before. Home seekers are the best in the country, and if thereis I 'i t
r -if the of his becoming '
catastrophe ever -
daily arriving at Green Cove Springs, I a show grove within ten miles of governor should fall upon i Cotton and Corn Sell 'Melt 4

and many are taking up the'snape, the place the prospects all see before Florida-will! be an act of piracy. Hesa's
while our own people are enjoying a the ride is over. No doubt the owner '
he will sink the Roamer. To boa .
Rip Van Winkle sleep. is paid for trespass on his propertythe good Democrat, a man must first be. Grow of these

TEST YOUR SEED CORN fruit that is picked and eaten and a decent, law-abiding citizen. None : Plenty Crops 4

the time he takes to tell his exper- such would become a pirate. Catts

s- iences and of his profits. This is legitimate wouldn't. It is hot-head talk. J. R. DAVIS The time to grow big crops is when prices are good
Do you know what your seed corn provided the man tells the & CO.
i I Billy Parker is worse, but Billy and getting better. Everything no v paints to even
don't unless
will do? Of course you truth. I remember once when I wasI
r you have run germination tests. No:I I inspecting a tract of land on the prai- Parker Socialist is and not as a such Demccrat.has nothing He is to a STARKE, FLA.SEABOARD higher figures for cotton, com and the staple crops

i man can raise good corn if his seed is rie, miles from the railroad I was do with the doctrines of Democracy. of the South than the very satisfactory of the

poor and the best land in the state I I. taken quite a little out of my way to IHe I can preach against Wilson and + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + present. The coming season, as perhaps never before,
low yield if it has a poor
will give a view five sickly looking seedling or-
stand. The practice of testing seed II ange trees to prove that prairie land rant pleases.against He Wilson can suggest as much that as the he ++ TIME TABLE. ++ r it will pay farmers to plant ,good sleds, cultivate

in the field is ruinous. The wise far-of !could grow citrus fruits, and I sup- I Democrats nominate Tom Watson but + + j thoroughly and fertilize freely. \ 'f'

mer will know the performance II pose every come-on this company ever it does not follow that the Democratswill + New time table takes effect + j'l"
each ear before he plants. induced to come out into the wilds Wilson arid ToomerVIdea
do it. Someone suggested in 1912 + 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 191C. + ,
state agent
C. K. McQuarrie saw these trees. The concern is not that Bryan and Roosevelt be the + Trains will
can- arrive in Starke as + .
I the University of Florida Extension heard of any more. Its great "city"is didates for president on a combined + follows: + Fertilizers 1I -
Division *advises farmers to begin thankful to be I 1i
sleeping. We
are Democratic-Bull Moose ticket- +
seed several weeks before party -- + Contain just the right proportion of plant food to produce big
testing able to say that we never handled the i
but it not done. + '
planting time. The rag doll tester advertising of this concern, though it was Jacksonville to Tampa + yields. They have satisfied successful farmers for more than
Such demagogues as these we have of Xo. 1 ___ f
11:14 +
has proved satisfactory. Cut a stripof was offered.to us repeatedly.-Florida ---------- p. m.No. twenty years. There is an Ideal formuh for every staple and
with us always, but it has be- + 3 _
never __
inches. ---------- 11:15 a. m. +
good bleached muslin 9 by 60 Grower. fore led to the passing of resolutionsthat + Xo. 9 (Limited10:34 ; special crop, made from best materials. If you have used Ideal j i
Mark this off in squares about 2 will read good old Democrats out + ) a. m. + brands, you know how good they are and only) need to be 1
-- +
by 3 inches with a inches soft lead at each pencil.end VOICE OF THE PEOPLE ON of the party. + Jacksonville to Cedar Key + reminded that now is the time to order for spring use. Should
s Leave about This of cloth will COMMITTEE RESOLUTION There will be hundreds of Democratsin + Xo. 15 ____________ 5:04 p. m. + you never have tried them, find out about Hal fertilizers f
for rolling. strip ofI' Florida who will.n refuse_ n___ to__ subscribe + + before you buy. Write for particulars and prico.
a test about 20 ears, if a double row
(Continued From Page 4.) to the fourth count in these resolu- + Tampa to JacksonvilleNo. +
are made. I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer!
I' squares Go over the seed corn and weed posed of practically all Democrats. tions. It is contrary to Democratic + 2 --:-_________ 4:54 a. m. + Company
principles to demand of any man such No. 4 __________ Manufacturers cf Ideal Fervors
out the undesirable ears and test the I And when it comes time to vote in --- 0:41 p. m. + Jacksonville
: the June 6th it is safe I a pledge. The secret ballot loses its + No. 10 (Lhn: d5:5.,1) Rcnda! j
the primary to + .
,; respondingly to the squares on on p. m. ... -
,- .. .
when it is '
t} cloth. Select grains from different i say that they will all be on hand to :efficacy trammelled with + -- + t.'Jft : \ ;:< : : :..J '::t'.J': ,iT

parts except butts and tips, cf ears 1 vote an-1 we believe very few of them j such clap-trap asr this. + Cedar Key: to Jacksonville + .
f. reach will vote for Catts for The executive committee has + No. 14 _______ 9:24
and 2 Roll the cloth until you governor. ------ a. m. +
Palmetto News.I brought a crisis upon the Democratic +
square 1 and 2 which are side by hen
party in Florida. It had + youWancsee
a problem to Wannee
., side. Place the grains of ear 1 on Trains +
square 1 end those of ear 2 on square "'IlE Florida Executive Committee solve in the growing agitation againstthe + No. 101 Leaves Starke C:45 a. m. + '
I I gradual work of
2. Continue the process of rolling the j 11 of the Democratic party has attempted but that Catholic politics, + No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. +
agitation would have +
cloth and placing the grains of carson to separate the sheep and the T. J. GRIFFIN Agent. + WWW
good +
I purpose passed on, leav-
the corresponding squares until goats, although just which class the I +
the cloth is filled. The kernels of j reslutiors used for the separation will to ing quietly us better restore informed the equilibrium.and better able But + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

corn should have the germ side up make the goats is not clear. It looks the executive i i t
r and the points toward one side of the like the party as a whole is the goat. line between the committee has drawn a .'N...... N.NN.NNNN; ..
sheep and the
cloth. Tie the roll and place it in a Here goats,
are the resolutions :
'" bucket kernels pointing down. A ten Resolved, That a legal elector: shall them.If and the. number of goats will surprise I i Strawberry Refrigerator ; Bradford County Telegraph
bucket will accommodate abouta be
quart declared, taken and held as a member the "Patriots," as the secret j
dozen rolls. Fill the bucket of the Democratic
party upon the (
warm water, wrap carefully and let. following; terms and conditions in addition are ganization opposing members both the call old themselves, i Boxes i ii '!;c

stand five or six hours. Then drain off: to those required by the general their parties, as R -t
publications ARCOURT {
the water cover the pail and let stand primariy election law. it is right that they should us to believe lsI &LCOtouisvflle.K i : >!
be refusedthe INCOTkPOMATBU.
: i two days. Count when the sprouts are ; First That he is white Safes CUl
: a man. right to participate in the Demo- -1 Refrigerators, Mission MANUFACTURING ENGRAVE

about By referring 2 inches long.to the seed germinated principles Second: of That the Democratic he believes party.in the was cratic no primaries call for anywhere.such a bungling But there ; ; Furniture, Porch Swings etc. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality.

in the squares one can tell the Third That he intends res-
: : in good olution that
passed by the Florida
germinating powers of each ear. Reject faith to and vote at the a -
support next executive committee resolution ; ; BOAT BUILDING .
that below 80 or 85 a thatno AND -------___ __ ._ -. ---- ----- t
any go 5ener2l! election for all candidates
na- ...,, .
cent. By taking ten kernels per-I. t'oral! state and county, nominated by scribe self-respecting to on oath.-Leesburg Democrat Commer-can sub- t Repairing A Specialty (7v V & AAAvA!- <<4!> &/>: '!"',""':- r A+ ::r-v 4".. 'J,'- -; I

each ear the calculating may be the Democratic party. % .

duced since each kernel will then Fourth: That he will rot be influenced Bad Habits. j I: Lime Rock Lime Rock Lime Rock -,

represent ten per cent. If nine grains in voting for or against any. Those who breakfast at eight o'clockor General Jobbing

sprout the ear test 90 per cent.ttZzt candidate by any religious sect or on'' later, lunch at twelve and have din- i Tillage Implements

Y- I account of religious belief denomination : ner at six are almost certain to be J.B.RONEY !

'' 's2nuaadpies I or sect with which the candidate: troubled with indigestion. They do i; There seems to be no prospect of gelling a sufficitrj supply of Potash : :
HO ; pool: B nod S'{BUIu& Ls aff Hated.
not allow time for ROll4 .
OIq oSlV 'pala.g1fw pasM pa='U'Bld alai >: Fifth) : That fce is art a ]1)1\\-\1' of before taking another one meal Not }to ess digest than i.=Lake Road: 5iaAe, Fk i; i for months to come--The Potash situation must he md---There never wa

asat{} mog not Ili 11Aaq pUll "g(3 any secret or anirat'oi' which at- five hours should elapse between : ..... .. .. a lane when an abundance of Lime good tillage end prefer supply f ammonia -. .

'l1aA\O' 1111H 'rf 8WA 'sSou. Pus Urrpts in any way to h'h.no'iti,' "ipals., If you are troubled with in- and phosphoric acid if as so overwhelmingly important
aoj punoia aq} s n ?ja[ awos nfls! ral action or resjlN: "r nV"r; i"estion correct habits TIlt QohlM flat Not
your and Affect
'. 11rt l spunod OOT 'sjnuwd sjaqsnq O0to fions And purnnses ,* rf, '\. .. ...- r/ ihfrlsin's TI-.I?:1, and you take TIVE 9ecsnu BJt0MO of Ita tonic Does laxative effect The, LAXA.If'ld I have the Lime Rock and Tillage Imphrnenls. .
--aJJ'8 uo plaid al1 aoN Zdontnuead tion will justify'r t does
a quick
DOt "Plow and Cultivate
11 ssuthe > 01 p.IolJ'B nod ue0; 1't\N't .r.y J'I\n:"' : TT.ncsp tiHftt strengthen the recovery. rioting In head. Remember nose the nervousness full nor Deep O/t n. c.
stomach look for the lipa; lad ,
rrrP* ft14' fll'1 lIre n. W.
1 : GKOVE.
fl.v it ',. 'a-r 2X
Arm its functions Hardware DeWttt C. Jones
Read Telegraph-51.50 a year. r1'i:'" of tLi. '1:' f -aturally. Obtainable everywhere. Shoes at Leviton's. | Farm Implements

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- OJl oeo.oeo.> -.000.0=0 Susie Eliot, of Tampa and sentencedto IN JUDGE GARDINER'S COURT

'; e LIVE STATE NEWS life was imprisonment from taken the several jail will zl weeks Ocala soon ago be wherehe and removed One Blind Tiger and One Larceny An Old Kentucky Home :A

if committed to the chain gang in a tur. Case Disposed Of.

t : pentine camp. It is said that an Since I Began fflJjjjJfl

order for commitment which carries: Monday the case of J. C. Jones,
Ii Things That Are Happening All Over Florida to.
with it instructions for the sheriff charged with selling whiskey in a dry Taking PerunaI 5

f il As Told By Our Exchanges q turn the prisoner over to the officer) county, was up before the county

in charge of a turpentine camp has: judge. Jones is a white man, who Weigh 120 =
1 0' Q01= .OQOCaOCOL .OQOC .OQO been requested and unless the su lives on the Hampton read a short distance ,

MIAMI-A vocadoe(Alligator pears)) ed into a wagon Saturday evening,, preme court grants a new superse- out of town. Carousals had not Pounds for the
deas which is considered
unlikely,, been infrequent at his house and it
are selling in the market at Miami for severely injuring two residents of the I
75 cents each and those shipped bring Plont City section, and the driver escaped Mendenhall will begin his sentence was suspected that he sold whiskey. {6j s
nearly $1 each. after removing the license numbers according to the jury's ,"erdictithin After several attempts to "get the First Time in

Marshall E. D. Vestel of Plant a short time.PENSACOLA. dead wood on him" without success,, .

PALM BEACH-The- bond City, held the car and locked it up Deputy Sheriff. Cameron had a ne My Life. My
$750,000 Fifteen flying to into Jones' house to buy $ > r
in the Plant City Ford garage over new gro go a1k
I money for good roads in Palm Beach night. During the evening the Ford machines of various types are due tc whiskey, while Mr. Cameron watchedthe
is available and the building
county of now "broke jail;" abetted, probably, by the arrive at the United States navy aero ,proceedings through the window. formerveight
good roads will be under
occupants of the day before, who nautic station within the course of He saw the money passed and changedand

1.1 way. forced a side door and carried the the next sixty days, according to information the negro came out again with vas 1021bs. My yrti: Vw

machine away with them. which has reached here. the whiskey.
t ORLANDO-Thirty two blooded This will more than double the present At the trial Mr. Jones pleaded not l1bthervho is z

; horses are quarted at the fair grounds sky fleet of the navy and the aviators: guilty and the following gentlemen
FORT MEADE John Monroe
: near Orlando awaiting the racing event -- a will have some new types of machines: were sworn in as jurors in the case::

)'A. of the mid-winter fair, to be held February fourteen-year old boy, was shot and with which to experiment. Three of) Messrs. J. W. White, J. F. Canova, G. 176 Years Old 1i1'rirrfihll
killed the charge of his :
instantly by
I / 15th to 19th. the new machines are giant battle sea :\ Sistrunk, J. F. Kickliter, F. F.

own gun while Monroe hunting who near here hunting to- planes, each carrying a large supply Stump and J. W. Edward D. E j Had Grown so
day. Young was
ORLANDO-St. Luke's hospital with Clyde Daniels, was resting of ammunition, a machine gun and Knight, Esq., was the defendant's at I. ;

here is the recipient of a magnificent and set his gun down to make a cig two men. Their speed capacity is torney.Mr. Wehk She could scarcely walk. .
gift at the hand of a generous friend arette. The trigger struck against eighty miles an hour. Others are scout Cameron testified as above indicated -
machines of the Burgess while as did also the negro who had e
: from the.north. $5,000 was the amount
at the Varnell
. of the check, but the giver does not some farm and irrigation fired the piping shell. The charge some of the other manufacturers have bought the whiskey. Several colored I She also took Peruna and is fleshier ,

want name revealed.CLEARWATERFor. enteredIonroe's head behind the been called upon to supply machinesof witnesses testified that no whiskeyhad
types different from any that have beer sold at the time.
Young Daniels who was standing and looking well. :i
been in use in Pensacola. The mach The jury found the defendant guil-
a consideration only a few feet away, found his com ines available at the station for ty and he was sentenced to a fine of 4T"
of $500,000 Mr. R. E. Olds the panion dead when he reached him. now The ahnro cpiyj; .It:: ironim 1? M>!. Rattle nanltoi. ef ?:s ( \rtore.: .. T"&:-t'b. 1\:;-.
practice work are insufficient for the ?100 and costs, but on account of ex- Fhe fcommcaas- r--.L'1/1 10 i'l!I lumsemves. Adders Tba 1'c:IlI" Co.: ot *.oaia''LS.
president of the Reo Motor Car Co., three circumstances the fine Ohio for :a !roe ccjiy of t:.e "Illj: of Lll ." c .
I classes that are taken on every tenuating was (
has become the owner of a tract of ST. PETERSBURG,-Chief of po months, for now the navy is instructing reduced to 50 and costs-about $73 -- -

37,541 acres of land on the east side lice, A. J. Easters has announced war ordinary seamen and petty officers, a in all, and Mr. Jones paid the fine. I ..TIFREE -____

.< of Lake Butler. It includes fruit,, on beggars and ask! the people of the I class of eight having been taken into Tuesday Claudius Hemingway Hall, 4444444444444444'I

grazing, agriculture and timber lands. city to assist him in this work. He I the station during the past fewdays. who had been convicted the week be- 4 + FLOWER SEEDS !

wants all beggars arrested and punish-I fore for stealing a pocket knife, but + +
ST. PETERSBURG-Auto thieves ed and asks the housekeepers to notify KILLS BROTHES, WOUNDS SISTER had had the fine paid by his father,II Hastings Catalogue Tells You All

are: busy all over the state and from the police station whenever a beggar I I was before Judge Gardiner again. : FOR SALE : About Them r

almost every town of importance comes appears at the door asking for money Frightened by Brothers and Sisters This time it was for stealing a caddyof I j

news of many thefts. The miscreants or clothing. The associated Charities "Brown Mule" tobacco from Mr. No matter whether you farm or only 4
Who Went to Meet Him. + +
t have just started business in St. Peters has arranged to care for all needy persons W. G. Brooks. He had been arrestedby plant vegetables or flowers in a small lot
:. burs, where S. Lund of the Huntington I who may apply for help and the Chief Kite and Deputy Cameronand + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake need 1916 '
Hastings Catalogue.
hotel hid: his seven passenger Hudson chief believes all charity should be MAYO, Jan. 14.-James Barber, a the tobacco had been found under + Butler road, 3 miles west of + you
+ It is filled (100 ) from cover to
i stolen from his garage. distributed through this organizationor young man living in the old town sec- his bed. Besides, his father had triedto + Lawtey. pages 4
us-iful: farm and infor
Salvation Army and says it is not tion of LaFayette county, shot and instantly settle the case out of court, yet the + + cover with garden

KISSIMMEE Three necessary for needy persons to beg killed one of his small brothers defendant pleaded not guilty. How- + 25 acres on Lawtey and Highland mation.It

who -arrived in young Kissimmee men, from door to door.SARASOTAA. and fatally wounded his 14yearold ever, the evidence was so strongly 4 road, "National Highway." + tells of w;:ds of kind and quality that
. recently
; from St. Paul, Minn., have started a sister and another younger brother against him that the jury pronouncedhim I+ One-half mile north of depot. + you can't buy from your merchant or ..r

dairy farm in the neighborhood of valuable race horse Wednesday night. guilty and he was sentenced to + $600 cash or terms. + druggist wx''s \hat cost no more but ;

the city, and have organized the Kis- belonging to Mr. L. C. McKeehan was Barber had been away from home six months in the road gang. 4 + give you real vatisfaction and a real garden s.

immee Dairy and Produce Company. killed by a switch engine this morningat during the day and was returning in The jurors trying this case were 20 acres on Lawtey and Hieh-" : r'
after dark. The children Messrs. J. F. Kickliter J. F. Canova, + land road, "National Highway. + il
The .
They expect to be doing actual businessin the Main street crossing. a wagon It tells ho every customer can get absolutely
the course of a few more days. engineer was backing a train of hearing him coming, ran to meet him, J. W. Edwards, A. G. Green, A. E. 4 One mile north of Lawtey. About + he of easily ,
.' "" eight cars on the siding when the horse and hid in the bushes along the road- Wall and F. E. Chase.It 4 six acres cleared. $600 cash or 4 frees packets grown xq

j : hitched to a wagon, was being driven side to scare him as he passed by. is believed by many that there is 4 terms 4 yet showy an| beautiful flowers.
I ARCADIA-The citizens who are in across the track to avoid them was As he approached they began to a band of colored youths who make + i Hastings 14 3 both the best and largest'

charge of the matter of raising the struck by the rear car. The wagon shake the bushes and make noises,, stealing a business and who have us- + L. H. HILL. 4 seed trm in.'ie South, the only firm that ,j

I i.,' reward money for the assailant of wheels were caught between the rails whereupon Barber fired his shotgun ed young Hall as a sort of scapegoat. + Lawtey Florida. 4 you should bijy seeds from. "-e
r Rev. J. E. Trice state that they have with the result thefts recorded in the 4 + .
into the bushes as Among other Seeds
.where the earth had been dug away When ro :plant Hastings you : .
now nearly $10,000 pledged and are by the railroad workmen and although stated above. It is said there is no Telegraph of late was the burglarizing + 4 meet "GoodGarden! Luck" more than

making a strong effort to make the a- effort was made to attract the hope for the wounded children. of a quantity of goods from a box 44444444444444444 1918 ,
every Write for their big
mount even $10,000, and they will train the collision occured and the Barber is prostrated over the oc- car at the depot the other night. But halfway. today ,
'It is free. :A. card re* .
i probably succeed. Mr. Trice continuesto the officers the alert and hopeto Catalogue. postal
was killed and a loaded car currence. are on '
improve, and is considered out of thrown horses from the track. soon nab the thieves. 44441111111111111144444 quest will bring it. E G.HASTINGS CO., =,r

all danger. RECORD CAPTURE + + Atlanta, Ca.-rtAdvt) .
TALLAHASSEE-The county com- 4 4 ';,.
1 1 ---- r.
PENSACOLA-One the largest
. missioners of Leon county were in session World's Largest Catfish Landed From 4 BAPTIST Rev. W. A. Fer4 .
sailing vessels to enter the port of and ordered the clerk of Hungry Thief Makes Away Hith Loac -
[ today Okeechobee Lake. 4 relL school 9:45 A. of
arrived this week. Sunday ,
Pensacola one day
i of Eatables. Acd full line of =
r' the board to advertise for bids on one a t tUndertakers'
: It is the Marlborough Hill, a Russian hundred thousand dollars of the recent 4 M. Merning service, 11:00; 4 '

.: i' bark of 2,363 tons, and was towed in issue of good roads bonds voted in this The highest prize ot the season for I 4 Sunday 6:45 P. M. Visitors + Supplies _

( from sea by the tug Flanders. This county. "he issue was for two hundred the best fish story has been unani- Saturday afternoon Captain W. L 4 cordially invited to attend. 4 Always on hand. The best service .

vessel is larger by more than one I thousand dollars, but the board mously awarded to Barley Barber, of Wall took a juicy ham, a shoulder anda at the, lowest prices. Special
hundred tons than the previous largest who in the side of prime home-made breakfast 000 PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. H. G. I orders. .,;..
thought it more economical to wait Indiantown, was city on attention; to telegraph .
to dock at Pensacola and is an object bacon.out of cold storage and placed .
to court 4 Dennison Pastor. 44i i* '
issue some
" later to sell the other half of the Wednesday attending it in the refrigerator at his residence,, Sunday -
t:1 of great interest. interest. Bids matters and calling his school at 10:00 A. M. Preach- 4
, ,, k. and thereby save some upon many corner Walnut and Seventh streets Registered EmbalmerDeWlTTcTjONES
I v'; are to be opened,January 21, and as friends here. When the captain awoke Monday 4 ing services at regular hours. 4 '

! r. l\II.UII-The Miami Metropolis reports soon as the money is in hand, work The story was related to Sheriff morning he smacked his lips in anticipation 4 evening service, 7:30. Visitors 4 .

-. that in a few more days actual will begin vigorously on the Dixie George B. Baker, who readily acknowl- of ham and eggs, pancakesand 4 cordially invited to worship 4
work will-have started on the ship I highway with the view of its early edges that it is the best he has ever syrup. Then comes the colored 4 with us. 4 Suc'sr tcr G. C. Livingston & Co'

chanel across Biscayne bay, and that completion through this county. heard. The tale is about a catfish I cook and reports that "de vittles done 4 1 ,Starke,' Fla.
the the which was caught by some fishermen .
within four months of start, "
0 CHRISTIAN-Rev. John Mul- 4
Okeechobee the early of gone. --..... J
will be completed.This I. at Lake part I
municipal ST. ANDREWS-Albert Mapes, a records The refrigerator and safe were or 4 ady, pastor. Services on morn 4 'jI
definite information was givento of was accident- this week which broke all for the screen-enclosed back piazza. It 4 ing and evening of the fourth 4 f.

the city council at a recent meetingby boy seven years age, at St. Andrews size' and cpaacity. was found that the door lock had beer 4 Sunday of the month. 4 .
killed playmate
of the dredging com- ally by a Sheriff Baker said, (he being cred- 4' 4
the president and the meats
Christmas day. The boys picked by a burglar, H.; C. RICHARD jI
on ited with the story because he first
pany which has they contract for the 32-calibre rifle mentioned and a quantity of groceries + EPISCOPAL-Rev. A. Osmond of !
with a .
were playing and after-
Barber .
l work. I when Mapes was shot through the wards heard of told it about from it) that when this valued at about $15, had beer 4 Worthing, priest in charge. 4 I GelkraIInsurance ;

; heart. The companion of Mapes was immense fish was caught the stomach stolen. 4 Sunday school, 9:30 a m. Morning 4

TARPON SPRINGS-It is now cer- so excited as a result of the tradegy of everglade muck Sunday night about 11:30 Mrs. John prayer and sermon, 11:00 4 .
" Springs is to have a clear acres Holton, who lives in one of the Dem- 4 I represent none but FIRST
: tain that Tarpon that: he was unable to give a explanation soil and three full sized cows. + o'clock. Evening prayer and
\ fountain the middle of the it occurred. The orest cottages in the western part ol CLASS companies and will be
big over of how What worried Mr. Barber so much, + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir re4
i famous springs bayou, as the finance boys went to a neighbor's house afterbuying was not the fact that this was a remarkable town, awoke and, looking out of awindow hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. 4 constantly on the alert to pro- f
: committee of the city council to which some toys. It is believed that fish, but because the cows BI the bright moonlight saw +" 4 mote jfeur? interests. Guarantee :

\t; the matter was put for consideration they: found the rifle and were playing which this fish had swallowed belonged a negro in the yard, looking into the + METHODIST-Rev. John A. 4 courteous treatment to all patrons !

I\t has reported favorably. The details of I with it under the impression that it to him and he wanted to know room. She immediately called Mr.,, 4 school 4 '' A well written policy by '>
Hendry Sunday
pastor. -
the that ,
Holton but seeing
under consideration and a when was negro
the plan are loaded Mapes
nct firstclass in first-
was from the sheriff if there was any way at ser4 a agent a ,
house awake + 9:45 A. M. Morning
general satisfaction is felt at the planto inmates of the were ,,
killed. which could for the loss class sometimes :
in he recover company means
the already striking beautyof made his escape. This intruder was 4 vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening 4
add i of the stock. The fishermen, it is said, the who robbed 4 much )n case of loss by fire.
the I probably same man + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior
of J. C. Cooper, disposed of the muck soil for ferti- e ,#
T.UIPA-The bed
: Capt. Wall's residence. police 4
4 League Sunday 4:00
Epworth ,
who lived alone, northof I' lizer and the cows for beef-and the thief H. Ci RICHARD Starke
an aged negro force are on the lookout for the 4 ,
4 P. M. Senior League
11 ARCADIA vase of the most found amount realized from the sale of the ,
Sulphur Springs, was yesterday and are confident they will catch him.
beautiful roses ever seen by mortal morning lying face down in the I fish alone was enough to cheer the 44444 11111111'111 > 144444Invigorating ,-

eye was placed on the editor's desk ashes of a fire, which was smoulderingin heart of the fishermen.-Palm Beach Fresh fish and oysters daily. Phone !

this morning. These roses; grew in the rear of his home. His face I Post. 109. Handy, Br) l1er: 1219tf.: to the Pale and SicklyThe Pile*!Cored In 6 to 14 Day* +

i I the garden of ore of Arcadia's splendid had been badly burned on one side,,I M. Leviton and the other Starke Old Standard general strengthening tonic Yojr dna Ft will refund money if PAZO iOINTME.
\ homes, and speak as no word can and part of his clothing was burned : fishermen who brag on their big catches You get all the important national,, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOiJCdrives out : .":T fails to cure any case of Itching, a t i ,
of 1 Malaria,enriches the blood.and builds optliesytcm *- Blind.Rlee-i-.gorProtrudinbPilesii6tolddays, t. I
. in behalf of the wonderful climate Sheriff Woodward : please sit up and take notice. state in the Telegraph. "' ,
away Deputy i county news A true tonic. For adults and children. SOc ihe"v ;T .tiiicji dives E.1.Y oaf nest 60e. !. tF i
", little city. One. It these roses to -
our made an investigation and came !:
actual measurement six and LOST LIFE RETRIEVING DUCK --
was by the conclusion that Cooper had pitched j

cne-half inches in diameter or ap- head forward into the fire, when he : i
proximately twenty inches in circumference. fit. It is known I
was attacted by a Attacked in Cold Water f-
.-Arcadia News. i that he was subject to seizures of this !

kind. He had been in good health : of Lake Conway. WE GIVE PROHT-SBARINGGeilPONS

HASTINGS.-All over the:: potato I Tuesday, doing some carpentering

raising section of St. John's county ,! work in the neighborhood. .: ORLANDO.-His arms and legs

the farmers arc just as busy as they I I '': doubled up behind him proving that Reduce the Hii Cost of
the 1----' his the bodyof Living
can be, dropping into the ground JACKSONVILLE- : gets cramps caused drowning, .
costly tubers which they expect to the next national rifle matches. Following -, James B. Magruder, Jr., WR;: loj

r yield them a good return in about an all-day session of the national I j cated at 9 o'clock Thursday night in by Traumcj with
week Lake within 100 feet of the
than Conway,
For more a
: ninety days. i board for the promotion of rifle ;1
past, indeed, just as soon as the fer- practice in Washington, D. C., the : spot where he was seen to sink. The A A

tilizer had been hauled out of the :| Florida range at the state camp ground water was only five feet in depth where S _a_ asr'aA..ra S. s 4 a S

station "yards: a continuous string of this city, finally won out over the i the body was found. _
: K
I K v
loaded I I I Mr. Magruder, J. B. Dean H. G. >LZ-N -
wagons of all sorts and sizes, 1, Sea Girt, NJ .. and the Camp Perry, !' _
.. with seed potatoes, moved betweenthe Ohio, This will be good news Partin and J. E. Crawford started '
i ranges. FOR FOR
} depot and the farms. to the shooting: fraternity of Florida. I I for Lake Conway in the afternoon at ; ( r
.t:30 o'clock to hunt ducks. The car :
well to business interests of :
as as O 0
broke down and Mr. Magruder returned -
of their Jaekscnville, as the chamber of com-
TAVARES-While four
to the city to secure another U
" danced and to cover the merce here, as well as local National e t i iCATALOG
number sang i ene. He arrived at dusk, too late to
six Guard officers and officials, have been R J'
made possible for
noise, escape was j do any shooting, but at the lake he
the Lake County jail busy for the past se'"er.l"fek3 put-
from to
negroes met some other men who claimed
in effective work to again swing ( I
two of them stampeda ting .ICATALOG
at Tavares. when have shot a duck too far out to pet
floor and tore awaypieces I the great shooting tourna nt heI } to .
hole in the iron it. They said he could have it if he
of the rusted metal with their I the Florida range; which is consideredby would get'it.
marksmen to be the test in the
bare hands. For two days afterward He took off his clothes and waded I

1 the six dug a tunnel through the United States. fifty yards out and then swam another j J. S. BROWN ;

sand with tin pie pans and Friday fifty yards to the duck which he r

night the six wiggled their way CLEARWATER-According to a secured. He started back, but had CALL TODAY AND INVESTIGATE HOW YOU CAN PROCURE BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL t-

through the tunnel to freedom. Two well-founded report current in legal not swum far before he screamed for ARTICLES REDEEMING OUR COUPONS AND CERTIFICATES ISSUED WITH 1

have been recaptured, but nothing has circles of the city, it is probable thatJ. help and sank beneath the surface of ,"
I EVERY CASH PURCHASE "" ., >: .* if \ ; t.t;.;::
been heard from the four. J. Mendenhall of Clearwater who the placid lake. He came up once, _'r. .,

was convicted in circuit court last and then went doWn once more.' He e

PLANT CITY-When a Ford smash-, Sej/mber for the murder of Miss I never rose again. ': 'i.
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r_" -.. .. -. .- .- ,- RlMTlFORn. COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY,. JANUARY 21, 1916.
; cannot be, r.t the same time, a true:+4-"'J. Austin lias reshingled and oth-

i ed chieftain of the Confederacy: wouldappease Democrat and a Guardian of Liberty..l i erwise improved his residence
Bradford { ,
Couoty ,
the bitterness and hatred of
> the gallant ( ?j Miles, who now comes Voice of State Press, Pro and Con, When the resolution was read before -.1 Pratt and- -Christian- _! streets.
R. B. Sturkie
'" the committee, committeeman -
seek and
in his dotage to save us
"Local and Long Distance Phone from a bugaboo the really great and from Pasco county, madean Help Yrur Liver-It Poe;. .

1 Number 40 good men of our country, either North On Comittee Resolutions. eloquent and able speech in behalfcf When your liver gets torpid and

or South, have failed to discover. Con the same, in which he severely de. your stomaC acts queer, take Dr.

'nf trast the conduct of Miles toward Pres- nounced the work of the Guardians as; King's New Life Pills and you will
Published weekly, and entered as ident Davis with the gracious action find yourself feeling better.
I the defeat un-American and un-Democratic..'I I They ,
and advocated -
Grant commander in chief of the important resoluo by party,
cf General very
second class matter at the post-office purify the Wood!
himself the right sort, give
national proved you freedom
of the Union army, in declining t ONE adopted by the Democratic of the party in next
at Starke, Florida. take the sword of Lee at Appomattoxand :ate Executive Committee was campaign. If the people who applauded of a Democrat, and was enthusiastically from constipation, biliousness, dizziJ '

you will begin to understand the whatis these sentiments to the echo in applauded. ness and indigestion. You feel fine-' .

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner character of the man who now calls us one ira Democrat large measure and restricting defining voting Tampa and in other cities of the state Sydney J. Catts, who has been canvassing just like youwant::; to feel. Clear the -

Editor into secret conclave to guard our liberties a candidate for Governor complexion, *,oo. 25 cents
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate in the coming primary to such as are really believe in them, they certainly as a at Drug
and subscribes himself the
as in Dem- and who has made his fight one of gists.
"Chief Guardian." ,Democrats, and nothing more. have no right to participate a ((1) z

LET KEEP COOL. When men of the Miles] stripe essayto The resolution was called out by ocratic primary.But religious bigotry, was chagrined and, Eight-crakes F? of
US that strawberries '
after the meeting complained the were
this ,
k the difficulty about new
save us the Telegraph cannot help the recent forming in this state of sent off from here
being skeptical. If our skepticism i is organizations having the avowed party law is that it is going to be extremely "committee would not hear him. ) Tuesday afternoon

Let's refuse to get excited. It maybe not well founded then we hope to be of the Democratic pur- difficult to enforce the test. Why should the committee hear him by Messrs. C; S. Durling and J. M. L
defeating ::: i
k true that our democratic state pardoned by any friend of ours who and of making who is party nota It will require the services of challengers any more than it should any otherman Truby, the I largest single shipment of a

i committee went a little too far in try has joined one of these organizations.Our Democrat the president a man of the Unit- at every polling place and call who is fighting Democratic grin the season-so--:,,...far.,

ing to purge the party of persons believed against idea our is government that if there'and are institutions foes ed States. This new influence tries to for the cross-examination of every I ciples? Mr. Catts,was not a memberof The HaSt of Taking Cold.

to owe higher allegiance to voter. In precincts like some of thosein the committee nor in sympathy with
create lines With mans
to be fought that we should I a party along religious people taking cold is
some other organization, but it is not Tampa, where there is a heavy ,t what the ccmmittee stands for. 3I
stand out in the open and fight them. making enmity to the Roman Catholic habit, but fortunately one that is
= the first time that a representativebody The organization through which the church a basis of its activity.It vote, it will be impossible to administer -I Mr. Catts has not been in Florida ily I I broken. Fake a cold bath eas-.

acting in limited time made a fight can best be carried on is the democratic has threatened the proper examinations. long enough to understand the Democratic vh+ -> every ;s
party harmony, morning first
I I you
mistake, ncr is it likely to be the last : : party. It has never failed us. and in a few cities of the state has Those voters who believe, with the'. people of this state. He has 1 I, bed--not ic l,cold, but get out of
a temperature
time that such a mistake will be made. I It did not fail us when it came to become serious speaker referred to, that the Demo- : gone into some small communities and I
a to the about 00 t. Also
very menace '
: jof
sleep with
off the infamous and intolerable ;
Such errors are common enough. They party's prospects.The cratic party ought to be defeated in ), aroused some following, but the state' window anfi your .
conditions forced upoi us by men up. Jthis you will seldom ;'
are generally followed by reconsideration of the Miles! stripe. In spite of these action of the committee was to the next national elections, cannot con- Democratic Executive Committee has take ci'tl.I! When you do
and everything is again serene. have been sistentlly present themselves as cotters I! ?"oumd him from his dream. I take
South haters and plunderers the democratic expected and was a wise cold take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy .
This will doubtless be the in this That the Guardian of is '
Democratic but Liberty
case party restored:; our govern- cne. Neither this state nor any other in a primary I a and getrid of it
as '
! instance. The committee will prob- meat to the hands of the white man I can give its countenance to there will be many of them who will I Republican side-show is very clear to quickly as
rny possible.
ably be reconvened and the objectionable and made living conditions in our I; that makes the religious"test the basis do so, and it will be next to impossible I these familiar with its work and its Gttjrtinabla' everywhere. a'K'

; resolutions will be rescinded or ScutMand again tolerable. It will not ;!I of its party. Xo political party can for the election! officers to identify rational leaders. I j I Tuesday tmy: dressed hogs were

. greatly modified. This should close fail us in any future contingency !! temporize with any! section: that attempts them and debar them fran ,voting. I Among the organizers is Nelson A. shiped iron ?*tarke to Tampa. They :

the incident. There is no occasion for wherein involved. our rights and liberties are to embroil it on the religious: Tampa Tribune. II I Miles! a brute and hater of the South, I were consignee by Caswell & Grimes,

hysterics, though there is plenty of ouesticn iTvJinTiTsMtr__ !, Vmnri. !lll. Pot Jeff_ n:1vi. whpn.. _.. Alachua.
Friends. "beware of the Greek? ) and the executive committee 1 u--- -- n; ------- --- n -- u ; ry

evidence that some of the agitators, when they come bearing gifts," and i jiendereJ a service to the Democratic; 1IJE publish in this paper a resoiu- I this old and sickly Southern hero was I : "
are always with us in one guiseor be sure vca are not harboring a wolf 1 party in this., state by clearly saying I I f tion passed by our State Demo- ( incarcerated! in a prison. Miles f'icl WiLt Upon Pain. 1

another, would like to harangue us in sheep's clothing.APCADIAA !I that those are net Drimnfrnta who nrn erotic Committee in Jacksonville last this to heap further humiliation on the Pain is a vt;itor to every home and

into a fever heat. .1 i working -for dirii- ; i I president of the Southern Confederacyand usually it IG.-VOS quite unexpectedly..
vasa of the most on religious i weEk ,which prescribes the qualifications I
; the
While Telegraph is not in favor lines. of to show his hate: for the South and But you are }jeopared for every errerpency j
of reading out of the beautiful roses ever seen by mortal a Democrat. I
anyone party The particular Southern irea. if you keep. a small bottle of
was placed on the editor's desk organization aimed I I It hits the nail squarely on the head. -
x so long as they support its principles eye It is indeed rcmaikabb I that Sloan's Lir.ir.fcnt
at is there
and its nominees this morning. These roses grew in said to be the Guardians of Liberty We now have no doubt of the gen 1 handy. It is the
we certainiy cannot ,an organization that has created uine are some sons of noble Southern heroes greatest pain 'killer ever discovered.
' too advise the garden of one of Arcadia's seism Democracy of our state commit-
strongly against a great deal of trouble! in Jacksonville ,i who ere following! Nolsoa A. Simply! laid rp.th skin-no rubbmgrequiredit *
did homes, and speak, as no word can
aligning themselves with
agitators tee.It
:Miles iit his present; fight to rives
and whose I disrupt the
peculiar activities makes feel pain It
without first that in behalf of the wonderful climate cf us good to see our ( away.
being there
sure i-
e 'have spread disastrously to other state committee! I|the J Democratic party in the South.- is really wonderful.
com !
not some selfish motive back of the our little tit}. One of these roses so forcibly '
I agitation. There generally is such a was by actual measurement six and munities. When they propose to destroy some of the vital principles of Denioc-1! Dixie. Mervin ]f. :Scistcr, Berkeley Cal.,

motive. The ostensible of the cne-half inches in diameter, or approximately the Democratic party, it is time racy. rmIE State Democratic Executive writes, "Last! Saturday, after tramp-,

agitation may be such as purpose to meet twenty inches in circuit that the privileges of the primary be It is as refreshing to the old time, i Committee i1:? to be commended lag around a p Panama Expositionwith
eral approval, but the underlying motive ference.-Arcadia News.CLEANUP withdrawn from them, and the de life-long Democrats, as an oasis in the I for many good things which it did for I wet fc-rf' I came home with my

be -- ---- termination of the committee will, or desert. the at the recent I neck so stint that I couldn't turn. I :
I may wholly unworthy. party, meeting
WEEK. ought to have some effect on the Some of the old Democrats distinctly I I applied Sloans, Liniment!
The Telegraph does not know status of that Jacksonville, but in no particular; is it I II freely and
whether it is true or not, but it i is i form is man Catts, whose plat remember the great battle of the I mere to be lauded than for sa'feRusrdsnjr went to bed. To my surprise, next
purely one of ieligiou3; hatredand Democratic party with Know Nothing- morning, the Itifiness had
quite generally believed that a certain The fnh is requested to give Democratic destruction. i the spirit of the constitution almost disappeared ,
organization now being ism in 1855. We are rejoiced to see of the United States. four; hours after the sec-
promotedin notice that Civic Club has '
the designated And
while I II
we arc to that I
this state under the I attempting the official head of the Florida I Ail ord application I was "'
guise of a religious the week beginning Monday, knee the.tate and church I observing men are acquainted as good as new.
crusade is in reality intendedto January 31st, as "clean-up week." All 1 allowing neither to widely interfere separated the Democracy' has the courage to fight with the mo'/emput of P- certain set of I March, 1915.::; jjt Druggists. 25c. ((1))

be a secret political organization, owners and occupants of property in with the other, attention should! be same before battle Ahieh oar fathersfought I I I r.arrcw-minded bigots, headed by men.I. W. H. -
the design of its promoters being to the city are requested to 'give especial called to the action of us and every true Democrat whose sole purpose is the riding into' Phillips has been busy this
take of the a religious body in his heart, says to our state I week wiring The Chase cottage on
advantage fervor of its attention: to putting their premises that bound its cffcers I office through the instrumentality of
members to influence them for or in order during the week mentioned. one class of to vote for only committeemen, "Well done, good and denominational animosities! and they Madison avenue.
those that
men, think
I against this or that member of the l-21-2t. along certain lines with themselves. faithful servants.Jasper News. I can understand that these selfish carriers I'I DO 'r BE MISLED

,, democratic party, and finally to dis This interference are unmindful of all else save Starke Citizen Should
vas an of the Read and Heed'THs
rupt and disorganize the party. It J. W. Edwards, the liveryman, has church with the ?F this objectionable rule is rigidly their' own selfish aggrandisement.Party .
state that
k would be exceedingly unfortunate i if added to his business a fine new hack, to be tolerated more than ought the not efforts 1 enforced, it may disrupt the Florida I principles and good of country [ : Advice.

our people allowed themselves to bIg e which, drawn by a spanking team, to have the any state interfere withthe Democratic party. Co!. Anderson,I are secondary to their coveted purposes. -

manipulated in any such manner by makes a fine appearance. church and the of Jacksonville, the state leader of the Hence the imperative need of action Kidney troupe is dangerous and of
man so I ;
agitators ten fatal.
who have heretofore had nointprest BANK"OFFICERS P.E-ELECTED. pledges himself ought to be regardedas Rooseveltian Progressives, already for- on the part cf a party, to* see to
in us and who would have no I outside of the Democratic sees the probability of nearly half of 11\\ that the spirit of the constitution Don't experiment with somethingnew -
further interest in us after they hid partyand the Democratic I and untrkd. ;.
voters be lived
not eligible to vote in its flocking to his up to while endeavoring '
primary i
t' blindfolded u? and used: us for their The annual meeting of the stock in this state. standard. [ to provide for the best administration Use a tested kidney remedy. l'
ulterior and sinister! motive's.If holders of the Bank of Starke held I Indications Begin with loan's Kidney Pills. -
was The whole class of intolerants should are growing stronger possible, under that constitution.St. .
the underlying purpose of this Tuesday night at the offices of the be dealt with that seme Republican or possibly Pro.I Augustine Meteor. Used in kid: py troubles 50 years. ,
together and in '
organization is such as it is generally bank. After receiving a report of the he exactly gressiva Mechiavelli I I' Recommended here and everywhere.A .

'b !ieved to be, we shall l look for it to I I business for the past year the directors I ; same war.-\Iiami Herald.! the seeds of dissension cunningly in the Democratic sowed SHE State Democratic ExecutiveS Starke citizen's statement forms .

' gb ;9 pieces at the first effort of its were re-elected as follows: A. 3I. :: party. The organization of- I Committee would feel cheap if convincing proof of merit.

, imported promoters to dictate to its I Darby, A. H. Freeman, G. C. Livingston : 'J1II RE has much criticism ei these secret political societies and the the Democratic nominees were knocked It's local testimony can be in

resident members the men for whom I John Uglow and E. Matthews. 1 a resolution adopted by the State adoption of that fifth resolution by the I out by its resolution. The committee vestigated.Mrs. ,

they shall vote. Florida democrats Following: the stockholders meetingthe Democratic Executive Ccmmittee at its state committee, bode no good for the may be ignorant of the fact, but J. W. Andrews, Madison ave.,

, have been doing very well for many directors were called to order and session in Jacksonville last week. party. :II the secret order it is trying to debar Starke, says:. 'I feel justified in rec-

i years without this sort of dictation proceeded to the election of officers And yet there is nothing in the resolution The Herald, however, believes that from voting in the primary has an organization ommending i)('':ln'S Kidney Pills. I }

and we do not. believe they will stand for the coming year as follows: to alienate Democrats.The the rule! will not be enforced. If attempted =I not only in every city in used them foVkidney complaint and

far it 'now. If we do not mistake E. S. Matthews, president; A. 3I. point in the resolution which in Jacksonville or the state, but every little town and backache and they proved very bene-
their spirit they would instantly resent Darby, vice-president; Ted H. Halli- has stirred up so many, reads: I there i hamlet. It is a power to be reckoned ficial." (Statement given March 10,

the presumption of a self-consti gan, cashier. "That he is not a member of (;re-striction 1 j with, and it is a power that'is com- 1911)). ;
tuted Moses who _
here from
came other The regular annual dividend any secret organization which at- I I II' Over Three
parts to tell them which of their democratic of 8 ;be called a regulation to promote riots Years Later
1 brethren to,vote for. A per cent was declared and the cashierwas : tempts in any way to influence in Tampa, Jacksonville and other pla-- (Continued on Page 2.) Mrs. Andrew* said: "The cure Doan'sKidney

r ;da democrat knows pretty ,welj. w hat tnotmeted to pay the same to thestockholders. political action or results, or the ces where these secret political societies To Drive Out Malaria Pills ?a/e me has proven last-

.he wants to do and ha generally doe. .__ obligations and purposes of which have become strong and determin- And Build Up The System ing. I am js st as willing to recom- '

it without the help of any one else, organization; will justify him in cd.-Punta; Gorda Herald. ,1 Take the Old Standard GROVE'S mend this nujiicine: now as ever." !

s and especially without the help of THE COLUMN GROWS. I refusing to support any nomineeof I TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't .

itinerant agitators who arrogate to -..- r '.:;!...... the party > what you are taking, as the formula is simply ask for:-a kidney remedy-get
t themselves n" the wisdom and virtue f All men Tho: participate: in a Democratic mHE adoption of a resolution with printed on every label, showing it is Doan's Kidney' Pills-the same that

ia the worid J The Telegraph's announcement column primary are in honor bound to 1 reference to secret societies, by Quinine and Iron in n tasteless form. Mrs. Andrew:;Had. Foster Milburn :
' takes tti a healthy growth this the State Democratic The Quinine drives out malaria the
: ,
\Ve sincerely hope the organization Executive Com-
support the ticket named in that primary. Co., Props., N. Y. (13)II9lS1I( )
alluded to has no political significance week, a number of the county candidates If mittee in Jacksonville last week was I Iron buids up *1).tC:1.. 50 cent Bufalo,
a man belongs to a secret .
for having decided to let their wishes I..
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we understand that it has a considerable organization, the obligation of which about the most useless thing we ever ----- 't
membership in the state and be known to the people. The following heard cf a bunch of brainy men do- .1
requires that he shall bolt the party
we should not like to think that any new announcements appear: l
Florida democrat had joined an organization For clerk circuit court, W. T. Weeks nominees, then he can not be a Dem ing.They made
that took away from him his Fcr r ocrat. a mistake, and :t
county judge, Geo. Gardiner.
independence of action and gave his political For tax collector B. M. All of us at some time or other are they are going to find it out. .

convi tons into the keeping of I For sheriff, S. B., Denmark.Dowling. required to support men in the general In the first place, the ction taken

a few agitators with an axe to grind.A election who were not cur choice in was about n matter that they hadn't .
secret political organization"of For county superintendent, 0. L. the a thing in the world to do with. !
primary, simply because the majority They
Mizell F. A. Scott.
this kind would be un-democratic and made them tha party nominee.*. may !have thought! that they were do- ,,
un-American, whether maintained by For representative, A. S. Crews. cf hare ing something to prevent trouble but 4 o .
Many us gotten behindclosed Q ;
Protestant or Catholic or what not. For county commissioner, district in reality what
To ro into secret: session, behind closed No. 2, R. -Andrews.. \ doors with our friends and bring : they did is' sure to I V +hll i t ti .
on trouble.-Lake ,
agreed with them to support certain City Index.
+ doors, and forswear opposition to ---- I
a canJidr-te without giving him a hear Messrs. Isham and B. L. Browr, cf men in the primary: but if these men ;

ing would tc tantamount to a jury the Miller section, were visitors to failed to secure the nomination, we TJIEN the resolution: ; was 'iffered at 1.

k re!'derinp a verdict of guilty in a case Starke Thursday. have gone to the polls at the! general Iii the meeii.g last week there was vVr i .t t,

witl'out hearinjr tha: testimony. We election: cad like Democrats, have I not one who would dare attack the : <\

do not believe thrt onr people want to ON TRIAL SECOND TIME. supported the ticket. .* I rr,position. Forty committeemen
do anvthinc of this vo '
kind, and we ll c- If there! is a secret orranizatior.the :: :; ; ted favorably and '
lieve only one vote 'f nkof land
that if they have been misled into was n
becoming members of an ortrani--! Seratcr .\. Z. Adkins ]left last Sat obligation of v.hich demands that .I cast: in oIpo3tion-a-d! this particular! ..' I

2- tion whose:; purpose is to in'idiot1lvcOl'trol urday for Mhrr.i[ to assist in the defense its members bolt the nominee in certain i committeeman should teslgn.
: their lit'crl: contingencies, it is undenoCrldC ; S. J. Catts
not an
action thewill of F. R. Crawford, who is or .' ,,. and some cf the local :
leave the organization the organization.In Guardians
minute the I were prc::ent at the
trial the second time for the murder meet-
hidden: purpose .of the promoters becomes of Joseph C. Keen. The killing of promulgating this rule the Sis'?? j rv: r.r.d when the resolution! was so <[ No, wo are not as old as'ihe[ BanK

apparent.As Keen occurred March Executive Committee has imposed ro euhusiastically: !! passed l thee: peculiar of England which chartered
on 19th, 1:1Crayford's 4' was
we have already s:>iI. the Telegraph additional condition of party fealty. |I pcv.tciar.s: trove: c'ambfcunded.

does not charge/ that it is the first trial began on May For this reason, a* for ro other, th njv.-e-e i{ stunned :'d their They July 27, 1694, but we err; fully as
of 27, 1914, find resulted in verdict of coantery.nces
t the
mo5e cf
promoter? *
rpanization resolution: is mdes! *. and because! o fj ;:' errphatlc: indication I safe and dependable historic
j .'rhat
t to insidiously! control the murder. He was sentenced to han.?, I they real-I cs -
: political: action of its nenfars.' We but his case was appealed to the supreme the muss it has stirred up, is u:1for-1' iced i I th' >t they had been "kicked out"f financial institution i has been
tunata. Palatka! -
News. 'cn
arc laekinn in rutl-eitie: irformationon court and this tribunal recently y Democratic party I

the: subject; but in til vj ere better reversed the lower court and remanded i iTN With furrc"-ed brows and saddened 4 through the years that arc past.

informed wp tarot refrain from the case for re-trial. The i its pre-cription: of el 1hi! ':!ivy f() hf:1"ts thy gathered in the rear of the I .
warnin cur frir rds to have n cire trial is in iI participation! in the ; f a11 ."-.l eorrov,fully We !
and consider weal 1 before ali 'nir new now progress at Miami. primaries, thrt communed with d. also offer to the poop cf this
!s :'''! fd f.
themselves with strarare agitators, who The Miami Metropolis of Tuu:!s- state Democratic Committee incorporates : 1 ; r. community banliing facility
g profess to have hurried here to save day contained the following reference the following! : I: rs" a knock-oat blew, but months every ;

us from an impending danger. Th3: to the case: : rth.-That he will! not be influenced e:?o Die: warned these people that which the banK of End offersto

time and manner of their coming in voting for acrahst th:.* l'iJ ro i business in the
PX- Hope once more glowed in the eyes; or :: any Democratic the people of London or the
cites our suspicion. The :itation: of Florian Reuben Crawford, accusedof candidate: by any religious test or Cii primary.

' breaks forth just preceding our party murdering J. C. Keen, this morning account of religious belief, denomination The Democrats: iieven county will! I) English nation generally.: .

, primary and ore of the chief agitators when he entered the circuit courtroom cr sect with which: the candidateis !now organize; and see that only Democrats -
7 is candidate for the hiehest office
within a our gift. But these are- to begin the second ordeal of a affiliated. vote in the Democratic primary. L The opening of a savings account #

Q not the only circumstances that cause trial for his life. Although marked Fifth.-That he 13: net a member cf Of course those who are honest, earnest with us means the planting of seed

us to suspect the sincerity of the promoters by the prison pallor, his face lookedfull cry secret organization which attempts and sincere in the beliefs of the

of the organization. We cannot he appeared to be in good physical : in any way to infljerce! political action sort organization will! stay out, but that will grow into a competence

conceive of any disinterested condition and he walked with and purposes of which organization there are those who will attempt to for later years and relieve you of

Y friendship for the South emanating; 1 firm step and confident bearing. Those: will justify him in refusing to support vote--but the Democratic organiza- :
from the heart or brain of Nelson A. tics many worries that come with age.
any nominee c.he will plan to
who have had an opportunity to observe party. keep them out.
Miles. who is the chief officer of this
organization. This is the same Nelson ( Crawford during the twenty-two This :2Yj'e considered new party There are those who are naturally
A. Miles, who as a swashbucklin" months incarceration in the county law in Florida..due to conditions which ashamed of the secret organization <[ Get the saving habit

= colonel in the United States army, had jail declare that since the news ca mew have arisen within the past year or : and who desire to come back into the

Jefferson Davis bound in irons. 3 j. that he would be permitted a n two. The decision of the state committee party. These men who resign and announce a
Davis made no resistance t& Miles!' *"d trial he has gained in weight perceptibly to enforce this additional test : the error of their and VL 1,11Q
t Iris! detachment of soldiers. and if he and that his appearance has altered of qualification of voters is doubtless that they way acknowledge -

had been disposed toward any suchcourse greatly. The long strain with due to the fact that a certain itinerant shcald be taken back into were the wrong, :
then was no hope for his escape the death sentence hanging him party
over speaker, who recently visited agair.The.
them but nothing short of
had affected hint greatly, and he now Tampa* severely criticised the Democratic 4krkc
rzt and
shackling the emaciated hands ankles state committee! the authority
of the defeated and brokE'n-hpArt. believes. he will bo acquitted. nartv and the president elected of the has
party, decreed that a
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Messrs. E. M. Hazen, Homer Gainey, + + + f + 1'ttttffffllCLASSIFIED MORE TROUBLE FOR UNCLE SUI.I'F'a,_- I
G. W. Hazen, J. E. Clemons and A. A. + t

"r Hazen, of Brooker, were visitors to : ADVERTISING RUBOUT;; PAIN

"Bits of Local Starke Monday, making the trip in E. WASHINGTON, Jan. 17-Dispatches -

M. Hazen's new Ford car. -Cc + + + t41 + f + f10t + ff to the State Department today are with goodiqil liniment. That's t :_

that Americans are fleeing from Mexico the surest; way to stop them. ,_

: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dover, who had For Rent as fast as they can. The best gabbing liniment is tf

'Information4. '. been en a two weeks' visit with their Great Britain is expected to again
I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dover, M. -Aply to Mrs. C. suggest to the United States that unless E
Sparkman Starke.
lC.nlr.rnL1/, PH.". ltvMuj mitt I left Tuesday for their home in North foreigners are protected in Mexico MUSTANGLINIiMENT

lgNr1 w T.rtl, 1L em Minnesota, near the Canada line. FOR RENT-5-room cottage. Hattie European nations must consider
L .. ._ .. .ft"-- ... ...,,1 + I Wills. 1-21-tf. steps to protect their own interests,

H. S. Warren attended the meetingof even with a world war on their hands.

the Masonic Grand Lodge in Jacksonville England has not recognized Carranza '

Mrs. E. Strong was a visitor to the John Capo left for Jacksonville on'' Wednesday He was accom- Lost and Found and has notified the United States

metropolis Tuesday.Geo. Wednesday, where he has accepted a''panied by his daughter, Miss Edith, LOST-One K & S ratchet wrench. that any government recognizing

position with the Florida Cigar Com and Miss Eunice Robinson, who visited Reward for return to Harold S. Mexico is expected to protect all for- Good fa i the Ailments of '

Andrews was in Jacksonvillecne pany. friends there. I Brown. 121tf. eigners.A Horses, Mules! Cattle, Etc. l aIt

day last week.

I Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs.: L. C. Hume, of Tabor, LOST-Pointer about whit with black telephone line from Starke to his Good fob your own Aches,
Vance Winters, of Waldo, spent last was a guest at the home of her sister, Iowa, father and mother of Mrs. E. T. return spots, to J. W.year Edwards old. Reward Starke.for place in the Germantown settlementis Pains, Rhftimatism, Sprains,

Thursday in the city. Mrs. 0. J. Griffin, during the past Campbell, have arrived and will spendthe 1-7-tf. the latest improvement by that progressive CutSjjBurns, Etc.

week. winter at the pleasant Campbell farmer, J. Heenan Williams. 23c,50c.fAt all
P. E. Canova attended court in home, corner Walnut and Lafayette

Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. Mrs. W. II. Graham will leave for streets. .' For Sale and ExchangeFOR e 1011100lOe4heveMOa$ ; <

Columbia, S. C., today, where she will SALE-Choice, yell rooted rose

J. G. Ritch, of Raiford, had business visit Mrs. J. F. Gibson for several Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dowling adopted cuttings, lOc each. T. P. Wall, "Ros- i Political Announcements

::1 in Starke Wednesday. weeks. a little child sometime ago, and on men", Starke, Fla. 1213t. a a118140011i011f1 r JAXvLvcUITj1'

account of illhealth of Mrs. Dowling, V: I

: F. F. Stump was a business visitorto Little Dcrothy Alvarez, of Jacksonville they were compelled to give it up. Dr. FOR SALE-1,000 green cane seed, 1 $ O.O$41a )
and Mrs. McKfostrey of Gainesville! cent per stalk. G. W. S. Ware,
will ,
Metropolis Wednesday. arrive Monday for a vis- I W orthili Cards not more than one i"ch in length <72 -t _
it with her grandmother, Mrs. M. L. wanted to adopt the child and came: ten, Fla. l-14-4t. wor.I will bo published ender this heading -rHe3itlhJ

i A. Z. Adkins spent several days in Johns. over for it Monday. I from date! of receipt until the primary election %*:>:ociC:3.1nourlsh.: : t
FOR SALE-Seed corn from an eighty in Jane for S3.;; A proportionate additional
|1 :Miami this week on business. bushel yield. 75c per peck or $2.50 charge will be made for additional space, fractional ing. Chi like thsra and

: The friends of little Ben Sternberg; Mrs. C. A. Marks!: cccomprnied by per bushel! The Earleton Farm, arts of an inch .being; counted as an csry sfci-fe cf 0:3122: kid
[t j Dr. Tomlinson was a visitor to Val- will here sister Mrs. A. C. Adams, neieisitrn inchnn..nnc.m"nt let are payaMe in ad- 1 r.Ju batter for .
be glad to knew that he is much Earleton. Fla. l-14-4t. 'an e and this rule will not be varied. or hit! f ,
dosta, Ga., Sunday: and Monday to Gainesville Friday whajc -- ----.----- ..
better, after a serious illness of pneu- \ ------ ynn3 fi: : than: camrections.5J1 .
FOR SALE-Five acres of land, six FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.
I'Irs. Adams will spend n Thi'e! with 1 'J.:
c J. F. Carova and Joe Truby madea monia.'h room dwelling in good repair, barn I rcfiuttfuliy! announce my candidacy for tl :: \
hrr mother before returni; to lur he office, of Clerk of the Circut Court ofSratifcrdi (
: business trip to Oca Monday.. Farmers who lose stock will find home at Cochran, Ga Mr.*. Marks and outhouses, grape vines and fruit County npJ solicit your support at fJl'' IJf I W T J r
Dr. Marney and Sam Bonir trees, all in city limits of Starke -for the primary election to be held on the 6th day
:' were them easier and at less cost by ad- ret::mod home San Jay. of .Ii>nrt, 1916. I nm eicouraied) : to enter this q'lede 4rMyt: ''isCw,11I Croaker Works ..4j
guests of C. A. Marks this week. sale on terms cr cash. D. E. Knight ..
: vertising in the Telegraph's classified race by the flitteringote received i>y Me at .
column.Mr. Lester Pinholster, who has beenit Starke, Fla. 121tf. the last elc! :tinn. Itt which time I withdrew _. .- -.-- .
Master Merrill Struth has recovered Belmore with his father, Hen. I. W. ; .-o..i the second primary in order to reserve <<.t V t.>> I :
.rmony in the prty as well as the proffered
from a severe attack of pneumonia. \ Pinholster, for some time, is rapidly PEANUTS FOR SALE-lam support of friends! who were otherwise obli- 6 '
and11'5.. W. W. Roberts and little
offering; for immediate acceptanceand COMfSi L. PEEK.
L recovering: !rcm his pulmonary trouble :aed during that campaign. Those having; t
son, Louis, of Oak, Marion coun- cash with the orJer N. C. FlatVir.e 13'ness w.!h the office will if I am elected M .
y Dr. W. Middleton, of Hampton, their SO:111'. B. F. but is affected with rheumatismin Peanuts at he pi\pn cccrtco-is attention and consideraion. -
ty, are visiting ; Eighty-five centspel" <8> Florida EejtJ 1 Estate, Land and .
motored to Starke business. the eyes. He went to Jacksonville The neon's! 'jniirr my personal care
over on bushel of '
Roberts. twenty-five pounds 1 '
I '>;:} Furcnkion shall! ever be open to insp.,:
Wednesday:: to have his eyes treatedby o. b. Lowell. Fla. H. T. Hall Lowell Ion; by the public. Respectfully.H. '9 Timer Eipert.: .

Mrs. J. E. Futch has returned home, Miss; Ruth Wainwright left Wcdneday a specialist. Fla. 114tf. C. RICHARD. e ,;;; 0 :'"
after two weeks' visit at Daytona. ---- o 33 Ely)rience at Starke. .
afternoon fcr Jacksonville! FOR SALE-The Grand farm I hereby announce myself a candidate for years '
.___ 3Ir. C. A. Ro-.vand lately made a at High- rf'ol'cHo:1! to the office cf Clerk of the Circuit '. ','
where sha: will be the guest of Mrs. trip to Philadelphia to visit his land. Consist of 20 acres, nearlyall Court, jubicct to the action of the Democratic! txW>- "I!+ !. $
Mr. Francis Warren of Jacksonville par-
Lawrence Adams.Tha party' at the primary election to be held Juno .
improved; 3-acre vineyard bearing t' --- :1 t7;
visitor here last ents. While there he made it convenient -
was a Sunday. 6th. 1916. Pledging to the people of Bradford
I fruit trees; 8 buildings; a grist : : }
to call on a number of the commission county courteous prompt and careful attentionto e IL
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. mill with gasoline outfit. A full the huMiiess cf the office. I respectfully solicit :
merchants who handle Brad-
R. H. Barbour is expected todayto Elmer Lazcne: will be glad to know set of will ; ; their support. :, ,
farming implements be \\
ford strawberries. He states ...
spend several days with his family. that they have arrived in Starke fora that county these merchants all reported included with the' place or sold separately W. T. WEEKS. ..v

t 4 stay of some !length.Mr. Fog REPRESENTATIVETo
at a bargain by W. F.
Mrs. C. B. Peeler, cf Jacksonville, bright prospects for the coming sea the Tk-nocraiic Electors of Erstiford Coun-i $
Grand Highland, Fla. 12-31-4t
is visiting her sister Mrs. J. W lor- son. ty Florida:- -.$;
I D. R. Edwards, who is employed I hrrjby announce myself a candidate in ,
,- gan. by the Cress Manufacturing Com- FOR EXCHANGE-Would exchange CROUP:: ONE, for re-romination for the office ] '.,
We are glad to note that Mr. L. C. : of Representative qf Bradford County, Florida, We carry I the leading va- {
pany, spent several days here this my home in Jacksonville.::; House hasS .'It j'ct to the action of the democratic pri- ..... .
,.:i I Make your wants known through theTelegraph's week with his family.Mr. P;escctt :5s improving rapidly! since his rooms rmall garage, laundry room iiv to he held in June 1916./ i i of r. "
return to Florida's balmy clim.il I respectfully! solicit the support of all demo"atic !l' '
classified advertising col-
\ and shade trees, faces scuth, lot oOx40 FARM FJ lilies& GARDEN r
electors and promise if nominated arj
.r Last fall! while in Grand Rapids lichiean. !
umn. end: Mrs. II. S. Warren, of paved street and car line, center netted to faithfully discharge the duties of II'
Ir. Prescott sustained a very the office. JOE HILL WILLIAMS. '.
Brooker, were in Starke Tuesday on of Riverside, for a good farm
:: Miss Emma: Darby and Mr. Frank I a visit to two of their children, who serious injury by being run over byr.n 20 to 40 acres within four miles of T hereby announce myself a candidate '.-\ that nlveC? a tested and arc ,

'" Lane motored to Gainesville last Sat- are attending the High School. automobile. After several months Starke. What have you to offer? GROUP TWO for nomination for the office of known '4; be especially I
illness he reached Starke on Christmas Representative in the Legislature from Bradford I
r urday. G. S. Warren .
1813 Oak Street, Jacksonville county, subject to the action of the Dtm- adapted: to Florida
day and since that time has recovered Fla. : ncratic primary election to be held June f
1;> Judge \Vm. Malphurs celebrated I l-24-4t 01 soil ;vied, climate '
.xt Mrs A. Z. Adkins i i" sending: a few his 73rd birthday Tuesday and received rapidly.Mr. Pth, 1I6. I respectfully solicit the support oral .
voters rt said Democrat! and
*,* days in Gainesville, the guest of rcl- the best wishes of his friends for FOR SALE-Eighty acre farm on promise a faithful discharge of my primary duty if Ian :

ati es. many happy returns of the day. L. A. Yates was the host of a Starke and Raiford road, one mile< honored with nomination and election I. ;o-riC;;; Supplies.:- t ;

supper party after the college play on northwest of the Brownlee farm; __ A. S. CREWS. 1 .. --

of the Monday evening when he entertained more than one-half stumped fenc- cubator?, Kc.: Conkcy's and
D. McDonald was one Mrs. Joe Edwards had as her guests' FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. ._,, :
;. Lake Butler visitors to Starke Wed- darina: the week, Mrs. Eugene King a number of his friends at the Davidson ed and ''under cultivation; balance I respectfully announce myself a candidate PrrtRemedies. .
far the
office of
Superintendent of Schools of .
;. nesday. and little son, of Watertown, and Miss Cafe. Those enjoying Mr. Yates'hospitality round timber and splendid pasture; Rradford county and solicit your support in .. --- as
Prescott cf were Misses Lucile Free- best strawberry lands in the county. the i.rimiry election to be held on the 6th of list '
foe weekly
Mayor F. C. Hoover attended the man, Dubois Elder, Then. Roberts, Daily mail route and telephone line. June, 1916. cled-rins myself if elected, to
faithfully discharge duties. and .
t mayors' convention at Jacksonville Mrs. N. A. Blitch, who has been Messrs. Guy Haynes and Willis Quinn. For particulars call on the undersigned my O. L. MIZELL. catalogue.E. i.

.r -7 Tuesday. time in Miss Lucile Freeman of Starke, arrived ,: at Heilbronn Springs, or ad-
spending some Daytona, arrived I
,1 here Friday for a visit before Saturday to take the principal dress me at Starke, Fla., Route No the of!':ee cf announce County Suncrinter.dent myself a candidate of Public for A. SEED CO. ._-

Rev and Mrs. W. A. Ferrell! attended returning to her home in Tallahassee. part in the college play, which was 1. W. E. Davis, Owner. 4-16-tf. Instruction, subject to the action of the dem- MARTIN \

'I the EaptIst convention at Live Oak such a success.-Tallahassee Record. ocratic'. primary election! to be held on June 206 Eafj Bay Street, '1
. FOR SALE-About 70 acres of 6 h 1916. I respectfully solicit the supportof
' this week. M-\ :. Mi"h >l1"hl s and little Heilbronn farm my the voters at said primary.F.. Jacks nfim., Florida. .
Springs lying east
: 'daughter wil leave tomorrow for At-
:\ of the Starke and Sanderson road, --- -- -- --- -- ,
-j* Messrs. Truby, Canova, Bessent, lanta, Ga., after a delightful visit with close to Heilbronn Springs. Wilsell FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I 1M'V ; ,
v Moitt and Lane motored to Jacksonville Mrs0.. L. Stuck and Miss Mira Dar- hereby announce myself a candidate for ,
: the whole re-election for
Program for the Black Creek Union, or divide to suit. the office of Tax Collector for I
/ Saturday. by. Bradford county subject to the action of the '- ." ,
that convenes with the Maxville church Lands surround Heilbronn schoo<: :
Democratic primary of June 6, 1S16: and 1- .
prom ... = .: !
Friday before the Fifth Sunday in property, where three teachers are .Je if --lected to give the office my time andthe "n "' ----- I
'i Miss Hattie Lou Dickinson has re- The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. D. January: required to teach arid a general people my servcie. Respectfully. '. ';;t Our Free CobfzypKa ,, '; -
; turned to ,Madison, after a delightful Mitchell badly burned Wednesday B. M. DOWLING. t I .'.
was QrAdvke J
& Freely
Introductory sermon, Elder C. E. store is being built there at once. ----- : ":* : ',5 J JQ.
visit in Starke. of this week. Friends will be ----- / . .
I 1. .. .""
.i Saunders. at 11 o'clock. Daily mail route and telephone service. fOR COUNTY JUDGE. 4Sivs,5' '0:=.i' ":. > rwt nm '
jrlad to know that he is improving rap- The union called to order at 1:30 For particulars call on the fr-r I re-flection hereby announce to the office myself of as County a candidate Judge rd.3(. : :!r. {./.5] 1. .,'....... r. ot... ',. :!" w:' ...;", :I A
B. B. Hopson left several days ago idly. discussion "Per at Heilbronn or Bradford -" <::1' t.ref'1U.. ..... I
o'clock. undersigned ,
Subject for : Springs county subject to the action of Tt I *- 1I".t ;0<" : !1
for South Florida, where he is writ- I iodicals Why is the price of our Bap. or address me at Starke, Fla., R. fie Democratic primary Jure 6th. 1916. and et: i it J

I' ing insurance. I Mr. J. W. White has greatly improved tist papers so high?"David H. Graham F. D. No. 1. W. E. Davis, Owner. tention prom'sc to!if the elected( duties to of give the the office same in daily the fu at- c "..It ..T ,.' ,. r'-'l. -"......1\'r'-..'GS : ..., J
l. .
of the Sanderson road '. 1
the portion tore EiI in the ,
first speaker. 4-16-tf.; past. I\\ t.'.r inn .0 trim: frr.rm : "
yrt r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richard, of f i running near his property, by having CEO. A. \RDINER. is f ,r -t-...ir**. e:.fr.. b'i.,*. '
Friday night. Temperance: "There ------ ---- \ ", 1x5, onto 7ne! B | 'i 1 ?
FOR 15- 'eKw
and I' COUNTY COMMISSIONER.: ,, .' .... ..
Mr. .
of theI .? .
\\f Jacksonville, are the guests -quantity of pine straw placed hi I t+ '.laul".l.U.'i'l."f' i c
is seemeth right unto but hereby announce myself ".{
a way man, Wanted a candidate for ">. .- "ont.> s.vl .tV.i tt j
\$$. Mrs. WillVall.. I, road. the end thereof is the of death. County Commissioner for district No. :2 (Lake -'.;, h.. .; :.4t.rC.-li autha'1..ry W..u. .
way '
Butler, "
WANTED Half to i and respectfully! solicit the of ( ;
m cropper or man .. y
7 Does this TemperanceDavidH. t-e voter of the -, 'it' ReascxrBfcs. .. '
rtstrlct -
mean .
at the ". .
of Newton, I have sell help with strawberries. D. C. Kersey coming primary ,/'" r!. ... .' I
who to .
t : Mrs. P. 0. Carpenter, Farmers products Graham, first speaker. If fl.ctod I promise to discharge: the ( -<; ti. S R'1.1 I'd.n Nursed.

i.J N. C., is visiting her parents, Mr. and .will find that it pays to let reople Saturday morning. General subject: R-jKte 1, Box 80, Starke, Fla. 1t the duties interest of the of office al/! the impartially people and to hate .af't-... ta4nx: ,] ;.n $S.edictA OSC ,l t. ij .
always at heart sk
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Mrs. R. S. Powell. knew what they have through the Tel .. _. ..
"What is the duty of a member to the AGENTS WANTEIJ-Booker T. R. J. ANDREWS. "' ... ""i
classified i advertising depart- --- -------- __ ,
; eerf.ph's --
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church? Crews Wainwright, first Washington dnad. Two memorial ,
i fiv Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Turner have ment. speaker. books of his life; one by himself, I hereby TOR SHERIFF. Whenever Ycu :.N ed
(I zmoanre: myself( a candidate for : a General Toni
fl l returned home, after a visit of several Saturday afternoon. "Negligent nice 1.23; one by Frederick E. r--&!xrli.jn to the oCice of Sheriff of Bradford Take Grove's

6J| days at Macelenny. i Mrs. T. A. Knight left Monday forLoiEkmcn. parents; Are parents who neglect Drinker price 1.00. Outfits ljracli. : eC1J'1- clog ty.edtn I have during my encumUmcy end The Old Stan ,rd Grove's Tasteless
faithfully discharge!
\ where she will be the I their duty in raising their children : Agents selling ten to forty aheri!?. end hope that my work my has duties met the PS chill Tonic is squally: valuable as a '
lt| Mrs. Maude Horr.e and sen. ci Ocala guest of Mrs. S. M. Crews and Mr. and', Christians and how are we to make hocks' per day. R. L. Phillips Pub nmroxal of the nublic to the extent that I can General Tonic: because it contains ,tha
Mrs. T. for several Tishinr Co., Atlanta; Ga. 1-14-3t. ho;>e for a pood support at the I
If. were the attractive guests of Mr?. W. L. Kicklirer, them I realize: their neglect'-C. E. mary. If re-elected I coning p-i- I well known toricpropertiesofQUIXlSU
I -- --------- promise as good -nice
J|& N. Limbcugh: last week. weeks. as hitherto and wjil' endeavor 3 I and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
Saunders da Utter
first ,
speaker. BUTCHERED FIXE PIG. yet '
.. _________----- I IDi' I wherefore 1 respectfully solicit your support. cut Malaria, Enriches the Elood and ,
, "-'". Mrs. R. 0. Daniel has returned from aid Mrs.;; J. P. TomHr.eon ard i I Saturday: night. Sunday school sub S. B. DE :\HRK. ) Builds tp the Whole System. SO cents t
a jcct. "Wnat is the duty of a church u
L. a "visit to her sister, Mrs. Charlie Coi, ar.d l Mrs. D. E Knight attends i I I msmbcr: to the Sunday school?"- T. N. Kendrick: iSt feeling right! -- ..- - -- -- I Is00011
Slnpscn, of Gainesville. the r.:: Hal stockholders meeting ofthe : cherty about the weight! of a pigjatoriercd
Ilnrry Vv'imberley! first spea.ker.Smday .
telephone exchanse at Lake Butler morning. Missions subject. by him on Tuesday. The ( 8iC60091CQ9,60d{+1 .C"4aCh4otG4btC i;.Q4CaC12 c-

j;: Mrs. W. G. Chapman: of Nerbeny; Thursday.i "What hs been the progress of our yojng porker was of the Djroc Jersey i.
I o
#..;'. will arrive- next week: for :a visit with I mission work and are there other breed and was eight months old to the .
i EHfonl I Johns was called toJ2cksonvie ( day. If dressed 17C pounds. Pay Living Expenses 'Aj
i' Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson.Mr. I : last Tuesday on accountJjcf fields for us to occupy?"-C. E.. Ssund3rs i CheckAn i

.) rnd Mrs. R. A. Weeks annotn: : i the :illness of Mrs. Charles! Moitt. Missionary speaker.sermon at 11 o'clock by i- .. ,!' !> !. *' *' --t' & *> ';' .-. '* -; .!'

Jf. ,the! i-rrival of a i'le! dav ;;hvr, fornSunday i, Later resorts are that Mrs. Moitt has HOY. J. F. )Ictrid: V :. enter ii.Crcasjrcrurn ,ofSlarke residents sire atfnciaiing :

1Cth..f i. proveo. + COFFEE mU CiI. > .
January I i I Collection! for missions. v 41-
4; .
leftIIast Miss Ruth Wain- Adjourr.ir.crt.'S. ;, : the impotence of depositing their incomes and/ ell s
Mrs. H. F. Gale and little son Mrs. H. C. Richard, I GODWIN.; l' '!> l' 0 '$ -mg expenses :

Thursday for MiamiThere Mr. m'lghtIessrs.. Frank Lane and Will J. H. SAPP. Moderator. Mrs. I. S. Smith and family arc visiting b :_ .

r is now in business.A. i Fair.-,;;'rri -ht, wa( visitors to Jason! Clerk. her daughter at Olustce! this : h)y check- 0
, the trip in the 6 :: :
: 1 vile! Tuesdr.y, risking Wft'k. i

S .T ; A. McDonald, a well known business -; Eihcrd! car.: Is your furniture Insured? If Mr. Lawton Crawford left hew hs ..

I : :- man at Hampton, was a businessvisitor I Saturday for Jasper, whsra h2 is C:- i I It Means Safety Convenience Economy.
not why not? Ask J. R. Davis : '
'& to Starke: Wednesday. i! Mr?. Grace Fo'il and little granddaughter I gaged in hauling ties. !

; '";.(} !: Laura Fold, arrived a few ,I & Co. for rates or call phone :\ir.1.Iack and-Robert Norman: were A

: 'J. E. Wilson has been ill Jacksonville *clan arc: from North DralchIi ., 'I f Wo. 99. visiting at Lake Butler last Satur- :. check book contains an accurate record c'all expenses; : ,
'/j. this week attending the meeting to spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr. .", \

k '....i. of the Masonic Grand: Lode. ( John Uglow. CARD TO TIlE PUBLIC.I Miss.Magnolia Eddie Driggers, left Monday and his night sister for, : There is r.o other method of payment so cor&enltnl; There is no :. I .

: ''f their home at Fort Myers, after amonth's :. .
'- Roberts returned:: home Mr. W. E. Wamright, of Hampton, : here
Mrs. L. E. question to the
pleasant visit who is in the employ of the Gress wi--h to announce to the voters of visit with friends and relatives i as money goes; no unaccountable leaks. st
: Monday after a very .
-t of Jacksonville District No. 6 that I will not be a can- .
' Hawthorne. Manufacturing Company here.Miss
.t.::" with her parents: at I was in Starke recently on a didate for re-election to the office of t Laura Norman returned home Open the account today. 'i :: ,
.,,; constable. In making this announce- last Saturday from Jacksonville, after
, Lii. The many friends jof Mrs. A. S. i business trip. ment I wish also to thank my friends a two-weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs i i j
. \1 Crews will be glad to learn that she is I and the voters generally for their sup- T. D. Proctor.Mr. .

i -_,_.' improving, after, a short illness. The School and to Civic a "Get Club have Together sent port in the past. J. B. SAPP. Robert Norman was a visitor I Bradford County13ank ( ;';

r ." : cut invitations at Temples Mill last Sunday afternoon. ;
- and daughter,I t Meeting" to be held in the school auUfuro Mrs. S. F. Hamrick is having her '
. Mrs; S. J. Sternburg
Friday evening, January new purchase, corner Walnut and La- i 'oJ. J
Mrs. $: H. Barbour) and two httg] at' eight o'clock. Do not fail tottepd streets thoroughly remodeledand Found a Sure Thiq f.; r, : ( rl ,

':-j j' girls, of Jacksonville, arrived Tuesday' ,1'21st this meeting, as the ladies in fayette repaired.W. I. B. Wixon, Farmers )Mills, N. Y., : Organized 1889 .tile: !r :
and visit w .
ttr after a delightful trip y'lharee' have prepared an .interestingr has used Chamberlain's Tablets for i j

;*'*' ([old friends on the East Coast. The I for and on a subject that: A. Bessent has fenced and made years for disorders of the stomach and
<, -i t.-were with Dr. and'Mrs.' : T. D. Gunter! ,,.1 l is evening vital to everyone you nz:.the advance- ready for cultivation that part of his liver and says, "Chamberlain's Tabletsare Starke, : : : : j Florida I' ;

of Stuart: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jar- ment of the interests of our town aM I land lying between the Wall and Bes- the best I have ever used." Ob- N/1 ,. +
: 'tttt' of Miami; and Mr. and Mrs. Lester sent road and the Green Cove road. tainable everywhere. 01/N1N1N01NNNO+NO411NM4310101110Mir

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Inspectors of the department, in Away Last Friday Night at u -'- ', .- ; ,? ,

giving special attention to the heavy i JjOf
El Paso, Texas.
baffle in oysters, have found that it = :; ; .

t is the practice of some dealers to add Lrrl
fresh water to shucked oysters in sucha EL PASO, Tex., Jan 14.-Funeral .- l sR, fir dt 11 r

BANDITS v-ay as to greatly increase the size arrangements for Gen. Victoria '
of the oysters. The oyster when in Huerta, who died here last night, had .' $ wf :al.t >

contact with fresh water for several not been announced early today. The l :
possibility of burial in Mexico, the .
hours will "drink" or absorb a con ,
MEXICO MUST PUNISH THE siderable quantity of water and will land of his birth, and from which he gs i4 y Ktc

increase in size in exact proportionto was an exile, is being considered.

MURDERERS OF MINERS the amount of water which it ab General Huerta had been ill for

sorbs. As oysters are usually sold by nearly six months, his illness first becoming .

the pint or quart, any increase in their marked soon after his incur .,,wre 'er.. ..r.re
in Northern '
Carranza Soldier
Every ceration federal at Fort
as a prisoner
size due to the addition of water enables .
Mexico Will Be Pressed Into the dealer to fill the pint or Bliss last July. Attending physicians __ 4tl1 j

quart measure with smaller numberof attributed death to a complication ofliver
Service If Needed. a ,
oysters. In order to increase the cOmplaints. r. ts'
size, oysters must be soaked in freshwater The gene raYs condition first became jvc ) v ,'a a f p
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.-Elizio or water that is only slightly alarming last fall, and he was transferred ', s 7- t

Arendondo, the American Designateof salty. They will not "drink" enoughof from Fort Bliss to his home i "As

the Carranza government, today the salt water in whcih they are EI Paso. Apparently improved, after .-

assured Secretary Lansing that Car grown to increase materially in bulk; a stay at home, he again was removed t Lights I. 4 t
ranza troops had been dispatched to nor will oysters increase in bulk to to the fort. Shortly after the u F. A. WOOD. '9

Western Chihuahua with orders to any extent from being washed in first of the yea/, physicians recommended s AsaFeather" To the Democratic Voters of Florida!
kill or capture all bandits concernedin fresh water if they are allowed to remain the immediate removal to hi T

the slaying of Americans. Arre- for only a few minutes neces home again. From that time on his I hereby announce myself as a Democratic candidate for the offices a

dondo said that every Carranza sol sary to wash them. decline was rapid. ; of Governor in the primary of 1916. ? f

dier would be pressed into service if If four quarts of oysters and one ; Only two days a.TO a federal grand a I have embodied some of the State's most Essential needs in the fold%:| ;
necessary. quart of fresh water are placed in a jury, in San Antonio, Texas, returned '" which I herewith c
indictments "Talk about light, lowing platform : your.consideration: .
Later Arredondo against Huerta, charging
stated that
the 5-quart container and the mixture
1-Let our County Officials a salarVi' basis, paying them
and us put upon reason i
men who lost their lives had allowed to conspiracy to violate the neutrality fluffy, tempting
stand several hours
attempted ,
able salaries and saving to the people at leasfc.a quarter million of dollars|
laws of the United States. wholesome jelly Rolls, $ i
to reach their place of business there will be a marked change in theappearance .
before Carranza forces had accomp of the contents of the con- General Bravo, a close friend, i in Cakes,Biscuits and other annually. if 1 f
2-Let us have an equitable and just tax assessment, with a
lished complete control of the region tam er. To the naked eye there will speaking of the treatment of Americans good: things! My! but low rate of taxation, reduced to the minimu rf consistent with corresponding goodness bull---: t
and they had been be in Mexico during Huerta's reign, .
given permission, appear to five quarts of dry oysters methods. : 1
at their own risk, to pass through the ; for the container will be full and recalled instructions contained in a CALUMETBAKING 3-Let us have all Plats and Deeds filed with the'County Assessor before being : : \ ,
Carranza lines but warned to keep there: will be little or no water insight dispatch sent to him by Huerta at the I'
recorded, so that no property may escape assessment, and that 'they
I out of the territory in which there it being on the inside of the time American marines were landed -
POWDER Assessment Roll may bear the name of the owner of the property and note.
at Vera Cruz in April, 1914, and giv
i was guerilla warfare. plump, succulent-looking oysters. Th ;
be assessed as "unknown. \ .y. i
\ During the day Secretary of Stater purchaser has fin' ; instructions to Bravo to protectthe band Y ;i
average no means o certainly beats the 4-Let us remove the supervision of our Banks tuid Insurance Companies ill !
r Lansing made it clear that lives and property of Americancitizens. ] ,
the Unit the
determining addition of water.
for results for and it in ins hands of
sure far as possible from politics place a Commission of; i
/ ed States government expected the The chemist, however, by determiningthe telegram reads: purity and' experience. ) \
I Carranza "I give you extraordinary power to economy \
government to give evidence amount of water in the
oysterand take all the measures that wholesome bakings.Tell 5-Let us give publicity to all proposed legislate: by requiring all Bills, except :-
that the are
murderers necessary
were punished, and comparing it with the amount thatan
II mother to emergency measures: (to be determined 'ny a majority vote of both'f.houses ,
to the end that try
that under strict your
, proper steps were not taken oyster usually contains, can readily your Calumet Pow- ); to be filed with the Secretary of State at least SIXTY DAYS be.*;=..
I an issue might arise between the detect the adulteration. responsibility you protect the lives anc Baking I'
fore each session that the members of the
convenes, so Legislature and the<
United States and the Carranza The the property of American citizens. der on the money-back
, ad practice of increasing the bulk people may have an opportunity of knowing what laws are likely to bi'm
I ministration. This was considered by the addition of water is not confined NATAL GRASS. guarantee. passed, of discussing the same and instructing their representatives at s- .
significant' if the United States determined to shucked oysters. Some deal Received Highest Awards cordingly. ;, '
r : to enforce protection of ers float the oysters for several hours Kn Cut Bui FniSu _
6-Let us inaugurate a plan of "RURAL FINANCE" adapted to our agrlcuKd .
Americans in Mexico. Secretary Lansing while yet in the shell in fresh wateror Natal grass is a perennial species Slip la Pace Can..CHJCAOOL .
.- tural interests, enabling the actual! farmer to obtain Capital, as well at 1i
also issued another warning to water that is much less salty than native to South Africa. It has been: Credit, at a low rate of interest for a long tctrn of years, and devise some*
Americans to leave the Mexican districts the water in which the oysters were introduced into Florida for at least "
method of the facilities cf
eactkc eowD bettering marketing our agricultural products:,
"where there was revolutionary grown. During the process of floating, twenty years and in some parts of thai
7-Let us simplify our registration laws, making it as easy as possible for
trouble." the oysters "drink" in the fresh water state has spreaS naturally over considerable
cur citizens to qualify as voters, always having due regard for the purity
Senator Lewis, a Democrat, introduced and increase in weight and bulk areas. It is also cultivated' of the Ballot. 1 .

a resolution authorizing President iin exact proportion to the amount of; in Australia. The grass grows to a 8-Let us maint:1in'ln a liberal manner our charitable, educational and penal rr:

Wilson to send armed forces to water they dring or absorb. Thus a height of 2 to 4 feet, and on accountof institutions, to the end that they may. rank with the best in this country."
i Mexico to protect Americans and their medium size oyster be increasetto the dark rose-colored panicles is
Finally the only to reduce taxes is to reduce ,
; way public expendi
r property, but at his request it was the size of a "select. very showy when in blossom. Indeed, '
I allowed to lie over for the present. The addition of water to oysters it is often cultivated as an ornamental tures and the only way to reduce public expenditures is to treat the'public ; *

I In the House, Representative Moss lowers their food value, and such oysters The stems are long and quite leafy business as you would your private business, paying well for ;

i of West Virginia, a Republican, introduced are adulterated under section 7 of: Where well known the hay bears an efficient service and eliminating all useless officials. 1

i a resolution to send armed the food and drugs act, which provides excellent reputaticn. J propose to make a State-wide campaign on these issues and publicly

forces to :Mexico to protect Ameri that food is adulterated if "a Natal grass will live over winter in discuss them wherever and wheneverlan opportunity presents

cans. I substance has been mixed and packed the united States only in Florida, itself. I shall appreciate the support of afi Democrats who believe ;

. with it so as to reduce or lower or southern Texas, a narrow strip along with me in the principles as outlined in the above platform and if '

; 1 NEW YORK, Jan. 13.-William Lo- injuriously affect its quality or its the Gulf coast, and probably in southern the people of Florida choose me as their Governor, I pledge myselfto

eb, Jr., managing director of the strength," and also if "a substance has California. Only in this regionit faithfully and truly represent them ti1 the best of my ability
its culture to be
been substituted in recommended. As
American Smelting and Refining Company whole or a part and will at all times so execute the of the office that the
today announced that he had for the article." The shipment of such an annual crop, 'however, it succeedsas G power "
". ; received word from his El Paso oysters in interstate commerce or their far north as the Potomac and Ohio rights of all may be preserved insofar :as the power lies in the t

a that all American mining sale in the District of Columbia or the rivers, but produces only one cutting, '" eAIUNG POgw'i office of Governor to do this. <.

concerns in Chihuahua had ordered territories of the United States constitutes : ]late in the season. There is no likelihood i- Respectfully.submitted, ':

their men out of that territory. in the department's opinion, .LL that it. will prove" to be.. a_ profit F. A. WOOD. ';

i' Officials of American mining companies a violation the food and drugs act. aoie grass to grow wnere it does not __ i"
Cheap and big canBaldngPowders do not ---- .
survive the
It winter. .
operating in the Sonora district is believed that increasing profitsby ----
said that Carranza soldiers are: selling water at the price of oysters Seed of natal grass is very light and save you money. Calumet does-h'sPure CUTTING SCRAPE. DEATH.OF CHARLES THOMAS. t:,!'

t in complete control of that section is not countenanced by the better fluff, weighing only 6',4 pounds to the. and far superior to sour milk and soda. _
and they did not call out their element of oyster dealers, who desire bushel if well packed, and only 2
employ As a result of a wound inflicted Mr. (Jh;rles Thomas better known '. -
if TEACHERS' up-
r ees. The Greene Cananea to have the practice stopped, both be pounds loose. Commercial seed come! PROGRAMOf ,
received a telegram from Company Cananea cause it is fraudulent and because it mostly from Australia, but some is i on J. B. Conerly, of Hague, in this as "Unc'd'Charley," died at his home. .

Sonora saying that all was quiet, places the honest dealer at a disadvan now produced in Florida. The seeds city on Saturday night, a son of the near Fojt Harley, on January 1st, n ,
t' This apparently disposes of the rum tage in selling his product at the price ripen somewhat unevenly, as the plant County Teachers' Asso- injured man was here Monday and 1916. He'as born February 1, 1848, 'l,.
that three Americans had been orof the adulterated one. The Oyster: continues to bloom during several ciation. caused a warrant to be issued for R. in Georgi&; and came to this state !nearly ..

!f: in the Cananea district. Growers and Dealers Association of weeks. On this account there is apt R. Richard, charging him with assault mR ood. .

North America is co-operating with! to be much immature seed in commercial Association to convene in Starke with intent to murder. The warrantwas He served in both the Indian and .a
the department in stopping interstate samples unless gathered by hand. on issued by Justice of the Peace Civil wary At the age of 23 he was 'f.
January 29
1916, at 10
I r EL PASO, Jan. 13.-Martial law is best a. m., at the Carter and was served Upon Mr. Richard married to Miss Lucinda
traffic in oysters adulterated in this Seeding done in spring as High School auditorium. Dyace, with. ; 1
F has been declared in El Paso. soon as weather who readily furnished bond in whom ht*'' lIved until death .
I manner. State officials are also cooperating warm begins, as natal Welcome Address : happily .
The Col. D.
y order came after soldiers, policemen in order to stop the fraudu I grass is waim-weather product. Knight. E. the sum of $300 for appearance at a separated them April 18,1888. To this t :

and many citizens, angered lent practice within their states. i The grass succeeds very well on sandy; The Story Method hearing to be had on January 26th. union wasjborn: 12 children, 8 whom ;;

by the massacre of a score of American Considerable evidence is being collected soils, but produces better crops on Factor in Primary as Education an Important The two men had, it is understood, survive bin. He is also survived by, W

I mining men in Mexico, began a by the inspectors of the department loams or clay loams. It does not succeed Olive Ray. Miss been on the most friendy terms up to. 58 grandchildren and 20 great-grand- -

roundup of Mexicans in El Paso tonight in reference to this traffic, well on muck soils. On accountof Instrumental the moment of the unfortunate occurrence : children.; -

t driving with all the adherents announced intention of and as soon as the evidence is complete their hairiness, the seeds cling together Hughes or Pupils.Sanitation Selection-Mrs. when the blade of a pocket In May'of 1888, he married again, I
of Fransisco ) and therefore knife was drawn across Mr. Conerly's this tim
( Villa prosecutions against those dealers are difficult to in the School Miss Hulda Rosetta Ward
from the city. Many fights took who are violating the food and sow. This, in a measure, can be ob Belle Brown. -Miss Louie throat. He was painfully, but not seriously who has l.en a faithful companion for .

place and all the ambulances and doctors drugs act will be recommended to the viated by very thoroughly mixing the Correct Methods of hurt.-Gainesville Sun. 27 years. ? He was a member of the
available Teaching Read-
! Mor than were kept busy. department of justice.-United States seed with moist sand and then broadcasting ing-Miss Lows. Primitive Baptist church for many
a score of former Villa Department of Agriculture. the mixture. The rate of seeding Instrumental NEW I. 0. 0. F. OFFICERS. years. H| was laid to rest in New
officers were arrested on charges of Selection-Mrs.
will vary'greatly, depending the Hope cemetery on January 2nd.
i vagrancy and forced to take a train slain Monday at Santa Ysabel arriv- on Hughes or Pupils. :
I I quality of the seed, but at least 10 i }
i for California tonight. In this consignment ed at Juarez at two o'clock this morn- pounds should be sown to the acre Address-Dr. Jno. A. Thacketon. At the annual election of officers of I f 13IP FIRE GIRLS. f

were Miguel Diaz Lom baring and after a short delay crossed Even where only a thin stand is Question Box. May Lodge No. 10, I. 0. 0. S., Jan-I I I j tn
r. do, once foreign minister in Villa's the Rio Grande to the Santa Fe yards ,it will tend to thicken secured This program is tentative and sub uary 4th, the following were "
cabinet, and Gen. Manuei Banda and where the bodies were removed. Ac- plants are allowed to mature later if the ject to slight changes. Let each teacher for the ensuing year: Quite alnumber of girls and young .j
Jvan Prieto. and scat come prepared to contribute DeWitt C. Jones Noble ladies of Starke have organized
the Grand.
companying bodies was an armed ter seeds. The seed some ,
should be
4 United States soldiers to the number escort of four Americans coming shallow.In sown thing to its success. The question box F. F. Stump, Vice Grand. intf}i the "Camp Fire Girls them1selves

of fifty, aided by city policemen, I from Chihuahua City who had recovered -I Florida, under favorable conditions I is open to all. All teachers are urged J. L. Peek, Secretary.J. purpose (pf which is to
', started through the streets tonight I the bodies. The "Death three cuttings I to be present. C. Poppell, Treasurer. home spirt; and make it dominate ,
be obtainedin
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announcing that they were looking Special" was followed by a troop train a season and under ; PROGRAM COMMITTEE 0. L. Haynes, Warden.L. entire community. $
for Mexicans. News of the roe ndfilled I I with Carranza soldiers. The ditions five cuttings. exceptional With con (County Papers Please Copy.) W. Kickliter, Chaplain.T. To seek beauty, pursue knowledge, ..t

up spread and most of the Mexicansin arrival here of the victims of the stand as high as a ton and half a dense. CONDEMNATION---- 1\!. Williams, R. S. N. G. hold on >lo health, give service, be ; J

the path of the.Americans took to Massacre: inflamed still higher thson acre can be secured to a pee n I ELECTION IN W. H. Miner, L. S. N. G. trustworthy, glorify work and be hap ;

their heels. One street. was s intense feeling which has been growing cuttings will yield a cutting.about Average ; RAIFORD. N. Sternberg, R. S. V. G. py shoulJ be the aim of every one and
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cleared. ever since the news of the mss to the acre. While the will or.3ton Geo. L. Massey, L. S. V. G. it is hoped that every girl over 12

While the disorders were proceeding sacre was first received. spread naturally if allowed grass to ripen, :I Raiford decided beyond the shadow I W. A. Bessent, Jr., I. G. years of;; ge will meet Monday after-

reports reachd the police that The corpses were terribly mutilated seed, it i is easily controlled and never !i j''cf a doubt in the election Monday that J. M. Darby, 0. G. noon, January 24, at 3:30, at Starke t.
American cattle raisers and miners I I High: School) where the orginzationwill
showing that the victims difficult she wanted
shot to
were a
For hay it i is good straight street'along
were holding a secret meeting to organize cut and stabbed. The body of C. R. probably best cut when in early bloom. I.' the A. C. L. railway in place CLAUDE DOKE GUILTY OF MAN be npleted., I

an armed band to invade Mexico : I Watson was decapitated with a bayonet It can, however, be left standing a[ of the unsightly section houses almost SLAUGHTER. POSS SKINS ADD TO TARHEEL

to seek revenge for the murder of :and a long search was necessary to considerable time without much deter j I in the center of the town. WEALTH.LEXINGTON .

the American miners slain last Monday I. find his head. The latest reports statethe ioration, as new shoots continue to be'I The vote was forty-two in favor of ,
by order, it is said, of a Villa 1 Mexican bandits exercised the most produced if there is sufficient moisture. I'I I moving; the houses with eight against TRENTON. The trial of Claude

chieftain in pursurance of a threat fiendish brutality in putting their vic- On account of its slender stems, na- !I the improvement. The great differ- 1 i poke, who was arrested for the killIng N. C.- Davidson l. i

made by Villa when Gen. Carranza's tims to death. The bandits fell upon tal :grass; cures readily. Everything i i ence in the result of this election and J' of Lewis Abbott in November of county banters have found a new +

government was recognized by the i their helpless victims like wild animals considered, it is perhaps the best hay ; the one held in October, was due t I last year took place on Monday. A source o' revenue in the sale of pos- .,
United States that he would avenge clawing their faces and tearing off I grass for sandy soils in the Gulf coast: j i the fact that the people understood JI I special venire was drawn for the case sum hide A possum formerly worth ;
himself on Americans.The I theih clothes. The i!what and after the testimonny had been a half J&'lar was considered a good: r'
Americans died region, and its culture should be .! they were voting for Monday I taI I it
police sent out extra men to I I ken the one. but row, large hides are selling _
bravely after realizing: the purpose of greatly increased. C. V. PIPER, and in October they did not. jury returned a verdict of 1
keep the crowds moving but the officers thp bandits not : I I The guilty of 'as high at $1.25. t.I
one begged for Agrostolcgist in I I railway is I manslaughter.
mercy Charge.
were unable to control the rioters company ready tC I A night's raid that brings halff 1
but with set faces met their doom. i Washington, D. i. do their part, the state has Attorneys Broome and D. M. Buie I. a
for a time. Squads of men were I,. hinted that they will do broadly : for the defense, gave notice that they dozen htWs profit as well as lots of .ff

sent to the various hotels and elsewhere Colds Need Attention. THE JACKSON COUNTY i:now the town has decided theirs in and would appeal for a new trial and will l fun; for fcfter the animal is skinned )'.
to Mexicans WAY. I no un .1 I'I Lc sold for
he ,
warn to depart before certain try to have their client can practically as much :
Internal throat and chest troubles I f terms to do its admitted to
:: part toward .
the rioters -- I Ii the ]call market !
came. bail. on as heretofore with
produce inflammation irritation a good straight case may be carried to the
swelling i rod from the center '
Land the hide in him. 1
or soreness and unless checked at I Surveyor, Mr. Alex Miles, and of town to the State Farm, which is supreme court of the state.Trenton n !

El Paso, Jan. 13-Word was received once, are likely to lead to serious 'farms G. D. Nealey, who live on ad joining i j i the chief attraction and a great asset West End.S. Coughs:and Colds Are Dangerous.Few .
today from Chihuahua City trouble. Caught in j dissatisfied about a to the town.-Rajford
time Dr. Bell's sline I which Tribune.Chamberlain.s d: us realize the danger of ICouJtbs
that nine more Americans, includingan Pine Tar Honey loosens the was established between T. DOWLIXG TAKES PARTNER.
phlegm &rd Colds. We consider them J
!' them about the
American woman and year 1500 by J.1..
one Englishwoman
and destroys the
germs which have Cough Remedy common;und harmless ailments.
Heisler so Most How
have been killed equipped themselveswith
ers of Villa at Madera. The by fOllOW-I settled in the throat and nose. It is a pair of plow lines and a hand Effectual S. T. Dowling has taken his brothers ever, statistics tell us every third person

sacre is reported as the work soothing and healing. Pine is antiseptic full of sticks and proceeded to properly /! have taken a great many Joe Dowling, into partnership and the dies of a lungailment. Dangerous j

t soldiers acting under orders from ; honey is soothing-both together survey their land. The Heisler I I of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and 'two will run the store under the firm bronchial and lung diseases fol-

t General Jose Rodriguez who recently possess excellent medicinalqualities 1 survey was found to be correct. every time it has cured me. I have name of S. T. Dowling and Co. low a npgliected cold. As your body 1
for fighting cold germs. Insist WARNING found it most effectual for Mr. Joe the new memberof struggles: .against cold ;
issued a proclamation that he -Anyone wishing to have a hacking Dowling, germs, no bet-
on Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. 25c their land cough and for colds. the been in Jacksonville ter aid can be had i
. would kill every American falling all surveyed had better call before it After taking firm, has than Dr. King's
into his hands. druggists. (i) we start our plows can't afford J. a cough always disappears," writes s for some time and is welcomed back New Discovery. Its merit has been 1

The death train bearing the b allotSecond an extra pair of lines. Terms able R. Moore.1.oit Valley, Ga. Obtain- to Raiford, where he will now make tested t.y'old and young. In use ov i

riddled of the Americans hand furniture bought, sold 1 cash. Miles & NealeY.-Hungry Bend eYerywhere.I his home, as he will be actively engaged I er'45 years. Get a bottle today. Avoid

f .. ;';,, _. corpses and exchanged at the Variety Store. Cor. to Graceville .Advertiser: I Bead the -- in the business.-Raiford Trib-, the risk of serious lung ailments. At j

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BRAD + + + + + P + + + + + + + + + + j NOTICE. By amt collected ______S--------- 711.69
MOTTS FORD COUNTY. + LEGAL NOTICES JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Jan. 1, to bat due -__._..jC _____ 11,139.41 .1
IDEAL LAXATIVEProminent + .+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + WK,",UKORD COUNTY. Outstanding lAdcU>dn 'M Fund
E. F. Williamsvs 1'01., ]
to bal due 19151'lW sment 9,629.02By
(Continued From Page 1.) NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. j I amt collected _____.L..__ 578.25
Thirty days after the first publication of this Dura Williams a r
31,984QUARTS that was so revealed the fact that New Orleans' Druggist is notice. I will apply to the Honorable Geo. A. -Bill For Divorce. Jan. 1, to bal due _._..i-________- 9050.77 t
where the big stalks were there had Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford County. Notice to Appear County Sihool ii
Authority For This Statement lorida. for an order to sell at private sale The State of Florida to Dura Williams, ,
been a hog pen the before.H. Nov. 1 to bal due Co'Uty School
year the one-eighth undivided interest of Vergie. Greeting
: 1915 assessmentt_____
M. Douglass has a farm of 120 Trey Brady. Bertha. Mayble. Lomy and Billy It having been shown by affidavit that the amt collected ______U______ 1,245.47 J."
: Heavier Than Dukes minor heirs of Nancy Clemons. deceased defendant is a non-resident of the State of
field Running of which 30 in culti-
are ,
acres, acres in and to the following described lands to- Florida. and that the residence of said defendant
vation. He does and 4 I Jan. 1, to bal due .____?'-__.._._ 19.493.96
general farming wit: is at Fitzgerald. Georgia and that thereis
; y. P.ill.Nov. .
Last Season-Warm Sea his shows that he attends strict- *,' An undivided one-eighth interest in Lots no person residing in the State of Florida County
place Count?
bal due Polls 1915
1. to
(45) and 153) and E4 of Lot ((441 in Wood- " I t : _______.__t.. .
ly to business. He and his good wife bind assessment ------ 1.256.08
lawn Section ((31) Township )5> S Range (22) said defendant and that said defendant '
By amt collected _______- .______ 34.00
: son Ripens Berries.LANT came to the place just a few years East containing 25 acre. more or less in is over the age of twenty-one years.It .

I il ago when it was without house or ;. Bradford County, Florida.S.. E. L. DUKES. U therefore ordered considered and adjudged Jan. 1. to bal due ______..=.______. 1. 00
I ; that the said defendant Dura Williams Srtioot
: fence and by persistent effort they 12-1T-SL Guardian for said Minors. Total
I I jfrt do appear to the Complainant's Bill f Nov. 1. to bal due Total ,Sub School
CITY, Jan. 14.-The straw have fenced it and put a nice lot of 1 Complaint herein en or before the 7th day of 1915 assessment ______.;--.-.. 1.I\\UI
)erry receipts at the local platform the land. He states I I ORDER OF PUBLICATION. February, A. D. 1916. in default whereof adecree By amt collected _____. _____ 418.64 ,
improvements upon IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP pro confesso will be entered against '.
, or the past week exceeded by several that he has the best breed of hogs in THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I b. said Dura Williams.It Jan. 1. to bal due .___*'_____. ...:!19.70
thousand quarts the total receipts for OF FLORIDA IN AND is further ordered that this notice be
the whole state of Florida, namely, Total Sab Bfhools ,
the previous six weeks that the shipping FOR BRADFORD COUNTY published in the Bradford County Telegraph, Nov. 1. to bal due 19UUlftlSment, .4.841.9 "',
: ""Lighter knot rooter and wind split. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. a newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford By amt collected -.._.-,.___.._... %06.1 T \
season has been in progress. A ter." He does not have to bother Comer L. Peek and Chas. A. I County. Florida once each week for five consecutive y ___ __ .
total of 31,584 quarts of berries went His hunt their Smith. Complainants weeks. Jan. 1. to bal due ___4-__--_-. 4,635.81 \;
about hogs
I. versus IN WITNESS WHEFEOF. I have hereuntoset Fine and PCffeltnr }
forward from the local platform for own physic as well as their own living Bradford County Development I my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Nov. 1, to bal due 1915 Oeument. 4,444.16 1]

the week ending last night, for which in the woods. What few he has lost Company, a corporation.Order of Publication.This A. D.court 1916.on this the 4th day of January, By amt collected -.-,--s------- 266.88 1

the, growers were paid the net sum from the dread disease he claims were P. A. CAPDAUwho cause coming on to be heard upon W. T. WEEKS. Jan. 1. to bal due _--____ 4.177.28 a
f $6,375.60.The mixed breed. Just the same he has owns and operates one or the big; motion of complainants for an order of pub- (Seal) Clerk. W.: T. WEEKS
past wekk's receipts have been stores la New Orleans, says: lication against the above named defendant. By R. A. WEEKS.A. (Seal) Clerk. I
would in
as fine a male as one see and it appearing unto the court that said S CREWS. Deputy Cleric. By t A. WEEKS.
much heavier than during any weekas many a day's travel of the Big Guinea "I am of the opinion that Rexall Orderlies defendant is a domestic corporation of the Complainant's Solicitor. 1-7-St. > Deputy Clerk. i
In the for the past the ideal laxative for men, State of Florida: that there is no person I. .
early season are
breed, with which he is grading up within the State of Florida. the service of a. -
several years, and exceed the total his "pine knotters." women and children. This opinion is subpoena upon whom would bind said defendant BONDS.S42.000 COUNTY TREASURE'S REPORT.
for the corresponding week knowledge of the formula : that the officers of said corporation are Hereby notice is that the Town Council of Commissioners
shipments: At this place there was a beehive based upon my absent from the State of Florida and have I given To the Honorable Boar County
of the Town of Starke. Florida. will receive of Bradford CoU.l7. Florida:
of last year by more than eight thousand standing just outside the gate and old and upon what my customerssay been for a period of six months prior to the sealed bids for the purchase of S42.9QOof I. the undersigned tr.iw.irer of said county .

quarts. The receipts so far this Mack, the horse, got to "nosing abtfut them. Through personal experience filing It is.of therefore the above ordered.suit; considered. adjudged i bonds of the said town of Starke. Florida beg leave to submit the following report for
year are nearly twenty-five per cent around" them. Finally one of them I know they are pleasant to and decreed that said Bradford County up to and including the 8th day of February, the month ending DocnvJer 31. 1915 on' account
A. D. 1916. Said bonds are to be dated January General School Fu..tl: I
heavier than they were up to the take, gentle in action, and give the Development Company appear and defend the
interviewed his nose with the busi- it for the foreclosure 1st. 1916. and are to fcs in denominations Dec. 1. to bal -------->J 414.63 .
same time last season. Up to last ness end of its anatomy, and there same pleasing results when used by of action two brought certain mortgages against upon land situate in of> One Thousand Dollars each. and to beat Dec. 1. to amt of huctin i
interest the of six cent
at rate per per annum license charged in frroS 5.00
total of 58,625 a s of berries or children. Bradford county Florida, by Comer L. Peek i
night men
a ,
were some didoes doing right quick. and Chas. A. Smith. in the Circuit Court payable semi-annually on January 1st Dec. 3, to amt reed of \\. ,
had left the local platform, for 0 yes, Mack had his pleasant experiences We have the exclusive selling! rights for of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the Sute of and July attached.1st. of The each principal year with" and interest interest coupons ol,, V. Knott, redemi. )!&,' :,
the of $15,579.30 has in and for Bradford County. Florida July 1915 -------- --- 9.86
net Florida .
which sum Trial size. 10 cents. '
as well as his driver! this treat laxative. said bonds are payable at the Banking Houseof Dee. 6. to amt reed cf H.
been paid the growers by local buyers It was high twelve or very near it MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE in Chancery.It is further ordered that this order be pub the Hanover National Bank in the cit), M. fowling reept 33-i 1479.47 1

the growers receiving cash for when the home of F. H. Douglass was fHE REXALL STORE lished once a week for the space of two months and state of New York. Dec. 6. to amt borrowed o'' "t
in the Bradford County Telegraph a news The amount of bonds offered for sale is Bradford County lar.j 7,000.00Dec. "
their berries each day as they were reached. Here is a pioneer of the has 100 in splendid cultivation, and he paper of general circulation published in Forty-To Thousand Dollars. and the principal 20. to amt reed cf "':. j
brought in. Up to, and including, Starke. BrJaford County. Florida. o' said bonds stall be due and payabl V. Knott T and J ECo -? "
14 of last one day later real old sturdy type. For a full half has 30 acres Cleared of stumps and is DONE AND ORDERED at Chanters in thirty years from the date thereof. Bids wit tax _._____.___.___* 7S.23 'I 1
January year, century he has been on that one farm, I still at it full force. He says he findst Gainesville. Florida. this 23rd day of December ue accepted up to seven-thirty o'clock p. m. I Dee. 31. by amt paid ou 6.557.68
than this year, with the season coming there just at the close of the investment to A. D. 1915. on the Sth day of February. A. D. 1916. A!II *_ 4r
earlier by a week, a total of ; a very profitable pay J. T. WILLS. bidders are required to deposit with C. A Dec. 31, by bal ______ji 2. 30.51
opening civil war. Here he and his good 'wife out mnoey for ridding his land of 12-31-2mths. JudgE Futch. as Town Clerk of said Town. a cert t'
but 47,428 quarts had been shipped, have reared their children, and theyin stumps. On his place he has 50 pecan tied check for three per cent of the amour, 8.788.19 8.'i88.19Jan.
the for of their bid. said check to be made payabl 1. to bal 2230.51
the total sum paid growers turn have made homes of their own, trees, 12 of which are now bear- NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS, to A. S. Crews as Treasurer of said Town a,\ ---- ---i-. W. HAZEN. f.

\ them amounting to $14,887.88.The till, last year, when there was a fame I ing. He also has a nice peach or- Notice is hereby given that all creditors,, a guaranty of full compliance with the bi: I Treasurer. ,
production of berries this year legatees distributees and all persons having submitted. and shall be considered as liquidated
ily reunion, there were no less than chard. cIa InS or demands against the estate of J. C damages in the event of the acceptanc' ".
is heavier than was estimated before 54 present, and seven others were not Last year he had 35 acres in cottonon Carter late of Bradford county Florida deceased of such od and the failure on the part of th. XEW Tf( STLE. ...
of the season, and will in hereby required to present th bidder to comply with the terms thereof. > ;
the opening are :
there, making a total 61, includingparents which he used 200 pounds of acid fame duly authenticated to the undersigne All bidders shall specify the amount o -;-
all probability run from twenty.five and descendants. This to bonds bid for and the time when the bidde '
great cent
phosphate with 4 per potash within two years or this notice will be hel The trestle acro<* Alligator creek .
.to forty per cent heavier in the Plant reunion occurred October 19 bales. On I in bar thereto. and all persons indebted to sail will comply with his bid.
family The 21 .
the yield was
acre. The '
last estate are required to pay their said debts t< The Town Council reserves the right to rEject is being rebuilt. piles! for the
City section than during season. ,1915. There are 11 children, 45 grand- 15 acres the yield was seven bales. He the administratrix forthwith. any and all bids. bents are creosoted; pine logs which '
quantities of berries are being By order of the said Town Council of th
Although : children and four grandchildren.It to the acre MRS. J. C. CARTERAdministratric "'
great grew 20 barrels of corn Town of Starke Florida.E. are driven by a 1500-7ound: steam ham ;
from for the of J. C. Carter
from Knights estate
shipped direct [ is but little wonder that Mr. Doug- without fertilizer. His crop was 600 deceased. 12-24-St S. MATTHEWS mer to a depth of J'Sto 18 feet, where :
Midway and other nearby settlements, lass exhibited the group photographstaken i bushels. He also has in the way of Attest: Chairmai is -
C. A. FUTfH. a compact V{ gravel encountered -;
all of which have heretofore as a rule the occasion of the reunion. bundles of .
on forage for his stock 8,000 MASTER'S SALE. Town Clerk. which stops driving. On
been brought into the local platform, with much pride. The good wife and fodder and 800 bales of hay. It will Notice is hereby given that under and b: Town Seal) 1751.CLERK'S the top of the capsills father will be put ,'j,
the receipts to date still outnumber mother is still spared to them, and that his stock is most virtue of a final decree made and renderei
thus be seen on the 24th day of December A. D. 1915 ii, REPORT. creosoted timbers kd lengthwise and _,:
those of last year for the correspondJng truly one cannot help having a feeling amply prodded for. the Circuit court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Starke. Fla. Jan. 13. 191;) close together and Jon' this floor balit 1
of the of the i i ;
Report Clerk Circuit Court
( period by 11,197 quarts, giving admiration and highest respectfor three-fourths of of of State of Florida. in and for Bradfon
of Off of a an acre County 'n Chancery in suit therein pendini and for Bradford county. Florida on accoui last will be placed. j The ties will be; -'!
t strong indication of a much heavier a family like that. Mr. Douglasshas cane he made 10% barrels of syrup. wherein D. W. Moore is complainant am of Taxes assessed for the year 1915.B. j put on the ballast, Raking the roadbed
,Tiald this season, with prospects for a I been an earnest cantender for the He states that low sandy land will produce against Lewis Perry defendant. I will offe M. DOWLING Tax Collector r. continuous. '."
for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest
Continued heavy shipping season. faith of the Primitive Baptist churchall bright syrup and that heavy rich bidder for cash in front of the courthous County Proper The trestle lies is be- r
The unusual warm weather for the : he has in his shade. Healwa's door in said in the Town of Starke Nov. 1, to bal due County Proper w completed
,J the ber- these years, and pos- land will produce' a darker Florida. on the county 7th day of February A. D Find ____________________________Jll.lKU lieved to last for Otf or 25 years and ,-
;'Past three weeks has caused session the copies of the minutes of selects the land which will 1916 the same being a legal sales day. durini It By amt collected __________________ 667.2 there will be nothing{ for the bridge
:Tries to ripen rapidly, and the grow- the annual sessions of the Suwannee possible, for the legal hours of sale. all ofthe folowin
yield the brightest syrup ; ,
anxious for cooler weather, as 36 sale than piece, tract and body of land. the same being Ijjan.1 1. to bal due ________________ 10,443.1] gang to repair. T}:> roadbed will be
tr are Association for past years. with ready I
it meets a lying and situated in Bradford counts', Drainage kept by the seclfein force.Owing .
,the berries in many instances are bejupning Mr. Douglass has 160 acres of which does the dark rac1e. Florida: ; more particularly described as follows l-' Nov. 1. to bal due County Drainage up j
ripen before obtaining full does : I Fund. 1915 assessment __--_____ 4,600.! to the regency of the trains
25 is in cultivation and he gen- In the Midway Section ___ ______ __ ,
The NU! of XWi-4 of SE1. of Section 2 ;, j i By amt collided ___ __ 64a.i slow and tedious
weather. the work is *
1p vrth because of the warm eral farming. In the old days before Turning east at the junction of the township Seven, Range Twenty-two East. neceso; ily
\With several weeks of cooler weatherthe the great wind storm which swept over roads mentioned one enters at E. M. JOHNS. (Jan. 1, to bal due _____________ 4,043.i; :>5 much time Being lost by the
two '
I Special Mastei r. : County Road and Bridge keeping out of the of j
berries will attain a larger growth all that section many years ago 'and once into a most beautiful' lane or J. C. POPPELL SO1., to bal due County Road and bridge gang way
:with a proportionate in at present I 'utterly destroyed the great forests, avenue of oaks. It extends for half a I I Solicitor for Complainant. 1-7-5 t.1' Bridge Fund 1915\ assessment ___ 11,851.;:lO the trains. <.

are larrge and of excellent flavor and f f1..'U'.. n.intrlass--.....-!-- was! lareelv': interested in mile or more and only serves. to_ illus- ---- -- j. fl
'carrying qualities. sheep. There were: more than a thousand trate what grand and beautiful avenues ,;..; <

:-nie heaviest single day's shipment sheep ranging through those for-! all our reads in Florida might be I --- ,..

thus far this season was made Tuesday -I' ests during the intervening years from if only the people by the wayside! '

of this week when 8,224 quarts 1870 to 1890, owned by Messrs. D. B. would take a little trouble to plant and

went forward. Prices for the week Knight, Dave Roberts, W. 0. Tison, care for the trees for a few years. Grand Sale

have ranged from 16c to 23%c, a fair A. D. and F. H. Douglass. Cockle The first farm one comes to is that Opening

average price for the entire week being burrs, sandspurs and dogs put the of W. 0. Brooks. Of the 160 acres he !

around twenty cents a quart. Shipments sheep out of commission, as it were, owns, 140 are in cultivation, and he i ,

"by days and the total net price and now there are none in the CO'.l- has 50 acres of it stumped. He has 50 I :. : '

:paid the growers for each day's receipts -' -1 hogs and 30 cattle. Last year his I. Or the '

were as follows: try.Before the big freeze there were crops were specially good. A dozen

Quarts Price fine orange groves through this section peach trees furnish a supply of fruit.

Friday ____________ 6,240 $1,310.40 i but little attention has been paidto In poultry the good wife said she pre-

Saturday _________ 6,560 1,312.00 them since that discouraging event. ferred the Brown Leghorns, and there York StoreNext j

Monday ___________ 5,280 1,056.00 Mr. Douglass has quite a novelty on 'was a nice flock of them about the Greater New

I Tuesday __________ 8,224 1,644.80Wednesday his place in the way of a big banana place. I IIII II i4

__------ 2,000 390.00 patch. He has about a quarter of an J. C. Crawford is a thrifty farmer

Thursday _________ 3,680 662.40 acre of springy land, and he planted with 160 acres of land 100 of whichis I !

R I 21 banana slips out around the edgeof in cultivation. He does general Door to Ppstpffice : i iI

Totals __________31,984 $6,375.60 I I it a few years ago. They prospered farming and his crops last year were 0 < .
f -Plant City Courier. nicely and began to spread, until good. Eleven acres of cotton produced !

r' now the whole body is a mammoth 7,000 pounds in the seed. He was :

grove of banana trees some 20 feet digging his sweet potatoes and reported Starke Florida '

HUSBAND RESCUED high. They bear very full each year |l the crop short on account of ,

and begin to ripen in August, and they dry weather early in the season. He| .

have an abundance of fine fruit until has 50 head of cattle and 25 hogs.A. t+++++4+4+++Hmm+I'H. ?+++++++++++++I+tti+++f 4.t. .

DESPAIRING WIFE the frost kills the plants in the fall. J. Crawford is a young farmer + t ,
t While the fruit is not as large as that who, with his nice little wife, is I S: Bargains for every man, worn- i Sale I I i -I 15.I .- : '

its flavor is out the battlesof I. .
further South yet starting to fight
grown I just stubborn \ an and child in this section. : + SALESPEOPLE :t .
excellent. life. If he always puts up as +

After Foar Years of Discouraging Two very pleasant incidents lingerin a fight as he did about subscribing I | DON'TMISSTHISSALE '

Cnditipns, Mrs. Bullock Gave the memory of the Traveler in connection for the Telegraph he surely oughtto ;i: Begins ? WANTED

Up in Despair. Husband with the home of Mr. Doug- come off winner in the contest. But Hit+++++++++f+Ho++++++++++ .H-41II-I-I-t III-I t.w+++++M+
I; less, first is the kindly invitation he subscribed just the same. He hasa "
) Came to Rescue. dinner and the splendid repast that nice new house on a 70-acre; farm .:
22nd 9 o'clock
r;: was served, and the other is a drink and that he may prosper is the wish Saturday, January at a. ih.

: Cairon, Ky.-In an interesting letter of juice supplied by a neighbor who of the Traveler.At .

from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock was grinding cane there that day. The the crossing of two highways I ;

:. writes as follows: "I suffered for four day was: cool and crisp and the gentleman stands the Midway schoolhouse and I

./ years, with womanly troubles, and during brought out a gourd full of Leon Thomas is the teacher. A short Every Customer whose puchase amounts to as much as $5 will J c.

h" this time, I could only sit up for a little rich, foamy juice. 0, the delight- distance to the southward stands the I i .

; while, and could not walk anywhere at sor. ness fo that quaff of the very Christian church which is the place of }1e given a Beautiful Glassware Present. :
. nectar of the gods! Truly it was "su worship for the good people in all that
,lI. Attunes, 1 would have severe pains
in the gourd" all section.A !
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, In my left side. The Junction of the Ways mile or so eastward from the Midway I
Thft drvtnr.._..... was<< called In.. and his treat from ii.t
--- VT- ----- --- two roads leading school house there stands the beginning
There are this Great Sale will be Meiis' Furnishings
During price slaughtered
,.i meat relieved me for a while, but I was Lake Butler to Providence, one of : of a little town. There is a on -

soon confined to my bed again. After which passes through the Midway nice white building which is used fora .

fiat nothing seemed to do me any good; school section, and the two form a general store, and there is a splendid Mens'and Boys' Clothing, Childrens' Dresses; Ladies'

I bad 'gotten so weak I could not stand junction a few miles east of Provi house which is nicely painted and ..

ud I gave up in despair. dence. And just at this junction lives presents a most attractive appearance.
Wear Werners' Ccats Dress Goods Domestics
At hat, my husband got me a bottle ofCardui one of the thriftiest most progressiveand This is the residence of G. W. Spires.It Ready to .

the woman's tonic, and I commenced [ mcst successful farmers in that was just at the edge of night and :. .

taking it. From the very first section of Bradford county. His nameis people for a long distance back had Shces etc. etc. f.
I J. J. Bielling, and he is a comparatively been recommending the Traveler to go ,
'dOK me.
I it helping
could tell was
If he keeps the
when the
young man. up there for the night, and place .
r CM BOW walk two miles without its for himself he will the
he has set came in sight it looked good to

dig me and am doing my work. pace certainly accomplish great things dur. weary man. A kindly consent to' our OUR GUARANTEE..We assr.r j each and purchaser absolute '
all down from womanly He has beenon every
run ing the next 10 years. request for a night's lodging made us I

ke f woman's' give tonic.up in despair.It bas helped Try the place only seven years in but happy.Mr. satisfaction. We guar > : everstatement here mde and (
model farm every is of the landmarks ,
in its 50 he has made it a Spires' place one
a million women,
nderfu1 success, and should respect. It certainly is a great pleasure between Lake Butler and Prov do hereby agree to Exchange c r Refund the money on every pur. ': tI
who is full
Eel you, too. Your druggist has to meet a young man idence. He has been in the place for

for years. He knows what of ambition and who is working out 17 years and has had the store in OD- chase if so desired. Every garment e\'cry article marked in plain :

wl do. Ask him. He will recom- high ideals of farming. There is no eration for the past five years. He I ,

-It. Begin taking Cardui today. place in the worlld which presents better carries a general stock of goods and figures. One price: to all. N.thiJg! excepted Jfl

: tw Chttunonn JtUdWiw CB. Ladlul' opportunities than Florida for men reports that he is doing a good busi- ;

.DIDt.. Chananoo a. T.fila.. for Ian eCI4 who engages in agricultural pursuits ness. His older children po into Lake -- '
.. book. HOB*
cue and .PI&'f ,
"uftt(a I.ii* f.pOW. B66-B hut the inhabitants seemingly have Butler to attend the High School- ... "
found it so easy to make a living that and are thus able to carry in the eggs ,

Would you like one! A mill that they have ceased their efforts at that and other produce and bring out the The Greater New: ark Store :

":*11Erind your own horse, cow, hog point, and hence this great state has store supplies every day. .

thicken feed. Use cobs and all, .0t yet come unto her own in the mat. Mr. Spires has 167 acres with 65 in i

"**ste, and they cost only a trifte. ter of farming in many places and in cultivation, and of this 25 acres are 1 ,-
Beilluisr is he hud pond ctar'e! !
.QiI 1e7 Lumber & Supply Co. many ways. But Mr. pioserins stumped. Last year 'J
better things in his 600 bush- ,
-. the way for crops, his corn yielding
that direction.Of els off of 30 acres, and his cotto"' ---._- -. ., :,
get all the national ---". .
,.J ,county news important in tie Telegraph., the 300 acres which he owns he yield was a bale to about 2% acres. ::-:-=. :: --- t-.

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,. Alt are cordially invitedto"Mr.
t I marked and the service Elder Walker, a Seventh Day Adventist and )! -
the first of the week. was especially I r;! John Hod'
c-f--- TI Mr. Geo. L. Futch attended the M. was one of unusual spiritual power.It filled the pulpit at the Advent Seville, spent Sunday here !

4: E. conference at St. Augustine last is expected that this church will'I church on last Saturday to a large hoae of their parents, Mr, .

j week as a lay delegate.Mrs. have services again, the third Sundayin and appreciative audience. IC.| Cason. 7

I County News Items Kathleen Cline will give a talkon February and Saturday night be-'.' Elder E. N" Anderson preached at.i., P-illy Parker lectured at -"

her life at the town hall next Sunday fore. All cordially invited". Rock church, three miles from this I Echool auditorium last T

evening at 7:30 o'clock. Her sa bRev. B. W. Thrower, of Tampa, place, on Saturday and Sunday.3fissfynthia 9:"<) p. m., to a large and _
ject will be "An Orphan's Path." Everybody preached at the Methodist church Friday Lopez, of Pensacola, audience. .

I latcrestinf facts Gathered During the Week by Our invited to go out, and hear night, bringing to his congregation came on a visit last week to her sis- 'Mr. J. E. Byrd returned ho!if.' .il

I Regular Correspondents. I this noble Christian woman. some noble and helpful thoughts. He ter, Mrs. Kirk ,Gainey. Mrs. Lopez ruddy night after spending ':
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I Rev. L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt, is especially interested in the great was a Miss Bragg and is also a sisterto in Jacksonville! on busine a. ,
I preached at the Lawtey M. E. church work of securing homes for worn out Mrs. P. A. Crosby. It will be her "W-

l last Sunday. His text was from lint preachers, who poured out their livesi I first visit since leaving here 27 years

.4 Y444444444444 Mrs. James Phillips, at Theressa, Saturday ', thew 21;28, "Son, go work today in nthe cause of the church, not having I ConeJohnsonA l.s
and Sunday. | my vineyard." the opportunity to provide for the time ago.Mrs.. P. S. Colscn, of Pine Hill,. is most beautiful home w .
4 THERESSA. 0 Mr. the week end in town with witnessed last Sunday afte
Eodos Green was a visitor to -- of old age or disability.Mr. spending .
c 4 Lawtey Saturday. 444444444444 A. Clayton of Lake City was a..I her sister, 3Irs. I. W. Pinholster. oVlock at the home of Mr. k

4t. . v. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hilliard, of: k visitor here last Tuesday. He stopped', T. C. Hazen our efficient railroad E., P. Johnson, near Raiford nO,

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Poncher visited 1 ;JHeilbronn Springs, were visitors here 4 LAKE BUTLER.t u at the Lake View Hotel. i agent, after enjoying his vacation, has their! eldest daughter, Miss Leos '

friends and relatives in GabesnlIEIondav. > the last of the week. I E Rev. L. A. Rawls, pastor of the Baptist I returned to duty. Mr. T. E. Lindsey, Mr.: J. B. Cone were joiae4b q:

j The young people of this place enjoyed II !' *. :> it, <$> <$ A, Q Mr. D. W. Moore was transacting; an old fashioned candy stew at I Billy Parker Lectures Oak to attend state convention of the Haz'en's absence. 1|< The maids, of honor and

business in Starke last Wednesday. ::\ 0. B. Rhod n's Wednesday night. ;; Lake Butler enjoyed an unusual Baptist church row in session. j!i The Free Will Baptist will hold services wejv, Misses Loca Anderson i jj.w

Mr. A. L. Sullivan was a businesscaller : Those present were Misses Debbie i treat the first cf the week in the way Mrs. J. B. Crews-we are sorry to ,, here next Saturday and Sunday. J1hlson, Messrs C. H. Bi .

to Hampton Saturday. i Phillips, Ola Mathis, Leatty Mathis, j! of three lectures by Billy Parker, the say is lying very ill at the residence:'1 I Miss Lee Ora Cone, one of the an! Alonzo Norman, respective1J.jj

Strawberries are beginning to ripenin Irene: Rhoden end Carrie Mathis; ales noted patriotic lecturer. Billy Parker of her daughter here, Mrs. Jessie Ca-1'I teachers at the High School, has ac- 7lie bride never looked more
our vicinity. Mr. Cloversettle has i srs. Oscar Griffis, Lewin White, Ar- |: lived up to the reputation of being son. |. cepted a position as teacher at Milton. ir.c than in her wedding dress of ,

already made several shipments. i: thur Butler 0. J. Phillips and EodusRho an interesting and magnetic Mr. R. R. Daniel is in Wildwood, Miss Cone made many friends while silt with accessories to match:!!,

Mrs. Sallie Swindle, her daughter, el. All report a pleasant time. speaker.: Fair in his presentation of I where he went to install an electric here and proved an excellent! teacher. H.J. groom were a suit of blue .

:I Lolc. and granddaughter, Iris Smith, Mrs. G. W. Brown and daughter I.j' his themes ard true to the recognized ;o-Tit Dld in that ritr.'. !!, Misses_ Roxie and: :Mollie: Hir.es, students Mr> J. A. Brooks,. notaryhs pubes.
i of Palatka, were the guests of :Mr.: Miss Louiebelle! of Lawtey, were visitors -, and authentic history yet kind and ''Bii : rak'th popular orator, i of the! High School, visited their ; 'isu.l calm rnd impressive- '

\ and Mrs. Jas. Phillips last week. here Tuesday afternoon. j Under to those who differed with him. stcped at the Lake View Hotel while ;j parents in Alachua last Saturday, rev 'sr: 'Ke the words that made the.i; _
I Those visiting from Brooklyn Sun :Mr.: C. L. Muse 't..... ,"" t-. .... ...:#
and left i
family for He was heard at each ?lecture byI in cur city. !urninz Sunday afternoon. 1 '.t a CVJi': t ii' and nuSb. ).
day were Mr. H. A. Bowes and family Jacksonville Saturday, where they i I an audience which taxed the capacity: Mr. Schell Carver arrived Wednesday Lawton Surrer.c) is attending the '. a".d Mrs. Cone will mau'tWf. !

r M I. i and Mrs. Tabor and her two son I will make their home. ':1 of the Baptist church. I I from High Springs and will! re- Grand Ledge in Jacksonville! this week. ;fu.jT hone in Rc-iford. ?heqjefri .

o his Rev. D. L. Phillips, of Lawtey, filled I Mr. L. R. Green and family, of. Jack- j He made it very clear that he came i i main until th. :3:th. He is then going Mesdames P. M. Barefoot and R. T. : *:ad s join heartily in wishinga tbi

tilt regular appointment at the Bap1 I jsonville, visited their parents, _"1 r. ardMrs. in the interest of no political party or to Tampa to tak examination; in the Osteen visited their I brother, Lee Sur- ling. and happy life of wedded '

: church Saturday and Sunday. H e | A. Green, here Sun ar. sect. He emphatically stated that the State Board of Pharmacy. )Ir. Carver rency, at Graham, last week. 1 1I 'Ui!.
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was accompanied by his wife and chil- '' I. .' : .> AIL 'w
: dr*". There will be prayer meeting at the j lectures were not in the interest of i is a very studious and deserving I J I Hessrs. Fred Hazen and Levy Os- : v v'

tent Sunday night at 7 o'clock. Al! I any aspirant for political honors. That I yours: man and we wish for him much i j teen metered over to :!or.teocha last ] :
Sunday afternoon the four months are invited. the purpose of his work and that ofi success. j Sunday, returning with the Misses 4' :NEW RIVER.ii's. '11
infant of )lr. and Mrs. Horace
his fellow workers was essentially! inline | Mr. J. R. Outlaw! of Valdosta, Ga., RIme ( .
Rcebuck died. : ? : .. : ,. -. A. .. .. .. A t5t
In ,
cf i .
spite best care I '. > '. .
!' '! e i4G'sc C i
: .. all and; its medical life.+ aid:It it had been sick nearly! 0L ;can ideas: of free schools, the open Mrs. M. Singer spent a few days: last ; .! .-; .; ;. .; ; .;. '!' '!' + ,!. '!J B. J. Sapp has been soetfif?
was. laid to rest in the + \WTEY. : Bible and to keep them forever separate week visiting her son, :Mr.: Sobol, and i fr'lj "1:
Hope cemetery, Rev. D. L. Phillips! i j family. F
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. and conducting the funeral sence.lr:: .", *.. i "*- 1.. 1 *., <*-' ';, i \. *.,4.. .., .. I Hex pleaded the right of every man Mr.: Geo. B. Ames telephone engi- A 6,1.-> j/' ...Ii'. R. J. Turner was a \ -II..il:-.!;

of the Mrs.whole Roebuck have the sympathy I Mrs. Saunders, of Cincinnati, Ohio, I t othink for himself along the lines of j nel'r.for the Railroad! Commission ofFlorida ,=. ?. 1 ?' ';' '? 1- '* 4. .;. '! s. .; i 'i community. j is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ran- relision. He forcefully proved that the I with headquarters at Talla-! : Rev. James Strickland of Walberc )i n. R. A. Townsend and dugh :

t: ,.., ,. '.., ,,.,, <, -;., e'0. ., ,.., <'0", ..... r.,,, ''"= dill in East Lawtey.; I|'I bulwark cf American liberty is cf re.cerslty i hassce, was in Lake Butler: inspecting 1 preached at the Highland, i ichrch Mir: Juanita. of 'Y lu hIa, are tt J
II I\ : Re'\ W. A. Ferrell cf Starke, was I; : the enlightenment of our peo- and testing the telephone ser..ice.I I' Saturday and Baptist Li?(relatives and friends! here.Mj. _
Sunday !
I EN a visitor to Lawtey last Saturday. i ii : pb free school Dr. filling Roy Turner and little daLcl'tlle ,
NEW ZIOX. <;j by our system. and Mrs. W. E. Clemens! oAk f his rejar.r monthly appointment.Messrs. ,_
.1' > i Mr. H. Williams! traveling rc-p-1 I 1! He has no use: for any shams in the :chua, were the guest last week of ': D. L. : : of Starke. spent the 1F ;fj
4A. RIgby and G.'E.
. ....:: '!, -;. .i, 1"! 4, I. *, A. 6. ,, reser.tative of the Jacksonville Me- .' :: cf religions, nor for any religion! Mrs. Mattie Markey. I i ilcir.scn: attended the W. 0. W. Wil-i,! end with Mr. and Mrs. '\1;. T. T t I

;!, "ir'11:w :Mr.: D. C. Williams!! of Providence,! trope Es, was traxscinbusiness. in I'I..a t does net purify the lives of its Rev. S. S. Procter spent Saturday I II '''rue. at Starke Friday night/and bay r2t'arrirt home 3.ar.day morriaj.v. ; i
was visitor : Lawtey: last Saturday. i cevotees.: His denunciations were not land Sunday: in Baldwin re- rt acccmrar.ied by Mr. W. T. I Ii
; a at Mr. W. U. Hammons i I j i and'report c ::Ipcrt; s. finetine.. !
< 'I lat Sunday. .: Mr. J. A. Ecsf.ck, of Milltown, Ga., |, against any man's religion as a roj I fine jrefrtior.s. E! 'e's G. W. S.I 1 :1-:. H. C. Whibsrley i ,nsr. :? 1\\

-t Mr. J. R. Nettles is still! on the sick'was a visitor to Lawtey several days I''j:, ?llon: bat against the things;: that I Ware and J C. Dickers had supper.i the Metrcpolis Saturday.i.i. was. chopping'in r-li3 L:22e 7hcr..cr sprr.t last 1-_ '

, 'f d l" list. Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler, is the of last week. i', made the!: religion corrupt, and in those with: Rev. Proctor List light.! Rev j l-i. r. Wzibel: -lr Jr. 'I day.snd Saturday at Sampson City; t tI
if. ; attending physician ;! Rev. T. B. Lawrenceas appointed I t''I thir.gs in which religion left its right- I Ware was: er.rcute for the conventionsat !: i'.;BCIt to Ilii h erroute from i I )tr. B. F. R'nfroc made a bil5';
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i i iprir.
'f Mr. Leon Smith was a business vbJ stor of the Laate.I. E. church at I Iful, sphere and sought to grasp the Live Oak, and Rev. Dickens was: i i .,.... -....,"'h'. trtli: '-.:.. c spent .r.3eri : trir--vcr to Lake Butler fet Fra .
-U itor to Lake City last; Saturday. j| annual conferen'ce at St. Augus- j reins of government. Should Parker''ICE J.isa'" home, White Sprirgs. j I o- to High iis purees here, goir.jf Tigb: +. ..\'".; -: ;
''tine 1.steck: and: will!! preach his come this again he will have an''I'- I! Springs Sunday morning: 1 Miss .;
Mrs. W. U. Hnmmons way Phyla P.cif-ce and Mr. ETr
was called t 0 ,.rot at Grace church next Sun-1 i erthasipstic I ;. 4s.:. 'i> ..". ,,.. ... ....., .. ,.,. ., .1.1 nhere ho har"e?_,ted z position in I
.I the bedside cf her daughter, Mrs. Le s- ': sermon : reception.C.. {O> 4-- ?' h and'ivs
t : .
:c'e. ; ::: *
lie Williams, who has been seriously day morning at 10:30 o'clock Every- j : : ?ir. "CathU-t !' ]l'':'!".- h f:* liondav nihf aihric t.,
I ., ;I ?;:(I-=tt. cf Gahes-
ill! for the past few days. bcdy irviied. E. ProgramFor BROOKER. ;!' vi!'e. r.m'rf'1; here i .cf :.11'. s-d M--,. E. F. P.sfroe:! | ,
r, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith made .!William Lake, travsling representative Sunday G, <:. :: MDsday: to spend A l..'. jntif..1 was sn-ed..G..1\: I
i a January 23, at G:45 -o.iie t; .t iris cupper '
.v 3 father's
'j-or farm
of the Jacksonville] Timesj '! '?- ro. t; i 1. ':' vest of
",( business trip to Mr. J. D. Pearce m. ; <; -! '! b.'r aft 'which the young folks erg I

;r.' last Monday. I j I; ,Union, was a visitor .to Lav:toy last Tonic, Amustr..er.t-h it WorthWhile Miss Inez Markey, one of the e3- ]; P-. W. H. Hudson left for j t i in viriov s games until a '.1.
Mr. C. Allen vas a business visitor Thursday. ? dent teachers cf the Lake: Butler1! : N. Y. Buffalo after Which the happy hearts de pa*

1 1., to Lake City last Saturday. i I Misses Malel and Irma Bostick, ofMiiltown Text, Ecc. GM3; :'-Led by MarionRichard. High! School, who has fast !covered weeks, with Sunday relatives, after spending several] ed{ for their respectives homes, re ".

f;. Mr. Leon Smith and sister, Ruby: ,: Ga., were guests of Mayor from a :Jcriooattack: cf ityphoid: feverspent :Miss Beth here. ir.2 ii nice time. !. i
: and Mrs. Z'. F. Gcdwln last v.-e<-k.I I' iir.bartey left Sa: !'d.r.
attended school ; last week her i
li 1 Sunday at ML Tabor Seng. visiting many : Everybody invited to attend'i;
., t last afterncon. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown wore \'isj j friends i in the Pine Hill | corning! for Madison to visit her Un-
Sunday I.I I Bible! :lesson by leader. and Brooke r'' ce and Lcrjr.; Bridge literary debating socje
tit J \ Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Parrish and i 1' itors to Starke last: Thursday. Season of prayer. section.: Miss Ices is a favorite here Wimlcrfey.i aunt. Mr. and Mrs. V;. R. j evenSaturday: nght: at 7:30. | ; jl
I I'jl
(: Miss Etta Nettles Mr. Charles De :Eernf, cf Jackson- and: receives (
t Talksa always
were guests at M r a cordial welccr.e. -I : E. S. F.E'xember: the prayer meeting it
; J. R. Nettles last vill was the guest of Rev. and ) Craven state inspector! or
Saturday night and ( ) Bodily! exercise, AihlsticsGco. Lorg1: Bridge! Wednesday night
E. 0. last Irr'j I raid scres, 'IIr. S. W. every .
"I Sunday.Mr. Wright Sunday.: Richard. Mrs. L. F. Godwin returned Saturday Register, is- at f:'.0. ,1.. .
i Fisher Douglass and Miss Nellie Messrs. Mike and Pete : i Maude Hunter.b from a protracted visit with her Erector fo- the Consolidated Naval 1 1
who have been spending the l : i cloves Co., of the Jacksonville ... ,. .. ,,.... ,,. .. ,... ., ...... ,,. ,,A.. "oj
\ Smith were quietly married at the surrmenear [ ( ) Song and instrumental music mother, Mr?. J. X. Stephens, who has I yard, <-' '" '. 1!
j and Mr.
i A home of the bride's father. Mr. E. L.: the Great Lakes, arrived here on I (c) Books and readbg-Evelyn! beer quite sick at Alachua. j Co. Xeff, of the Patterson Export 4, .':.1
Tuesday and will spend some time at of Jacksonville, met Mr. .
Smith, last Wednesday afternocn, in 1 Bennett. Willie Poppell. cf New River, was a i Black P. L. 4' PROVIDENCE. .
?' : the presence of a few friends and rel their farm about one mile north cf' (d) Nature study-Miss Fogg. visitor here on last Sunday.Mr. 1 I of Gainesville: here Thursday t.!' .1. .
i. town. for the purpose of ,. .. ... ,. .... J. A''
atives. Their many friends join in I Mission! Study-Jacob Riis. and Mrs. F. L. Colson and purchasing a large '!" '!' !' '!
;;. : wishing them a long and prosperous: Dr. Twiggs- of- BIshnel1.2S a visitor {j l Journey thrcueh? Second Coriathihrs. j dren visited the parents of )!:-s. Chil-j hat amount of rosin. It is understood 1 Mr: and :Iron: J. 0. Fralick, of :

: t life. to Lawtey last Saturday.Mr. sen, Mr. .red :lire S. R. Con.., they want 3,000 barrels and the Stilly, were visitors with friends anl| '
90 r and Mrs. J. D. Randall aid Mrs: I New River --- -- ---- R. L. Black To. PRTI ni-ASoW. ,. r,,.,.,l_ !

't.'t.- !\ 4,,, <'... ...;.. ..,;. ,,:, ., '1;' ,',:, ':. '7 1,;. '",' 10._ .;. Sanders were visitors to Ocala last I Business.Mizpah.. Mr. and ,Mrs.last Scott Sunday.Andrews enter- ( them, from their -large'sYock'of"rcsh'I --- : uu-.vs Mv. Henry last Peters Sunday.made a busin : ;i
Ic- c week. 'I i j (en hand here.i I
<; tained cuite a number of the I trip Hre last Wednesday.

?. E 4, GRAHAM. $o was Sir.a visitor Leu's Young to Lawtey, of last Orange week.; City 11, I' Rev. Coleman preached at Starke on People on last Thursday nijht with young a j'i visitor Miss to Estelle Starke.! Lanier was c wE'Ke-d. 1 i, M' }. Cora Douglass spent the ;1

6, <$, .\. tj 4,
I Irish potato pl3.r.ti1.m! i the guest of relatives here last SaturI j c-r.ce at the morning service, but the! j i Saturday and }
begin at house well 1 I )lrs. W. H. Pinh }lstcr was called to Sunday with h-r Merars. W. L. Summers and J. y::
ar Graham in about a week. I day. was filled for the eveningservice : ]parents, Mr. and ':Mrs' E. ] i ir "
and the Interest gooj. Starke \last Saturday on account of Wilkinson i} FrsLf'i msde. a business trip to Lal'ej '
t Rev. R. C. Davis filled Eia regular I I I Rev. and Mrs. Louis Futch, of Vandcibilt seemed sickness in the l cf | I 1 Bullast: I
relatives in Law There is also a pleasing: increase: i in family her daughter: '! Monday.
were! visiting I ,
b: appointment last Sunday. I I I. the school Mrs. Leaston Wynn. j : ? '!- :' !' ';' ; j' i j, ; .;. ; )r1. Dennis Roberts came ever from
last and Sunday and: a general interest
Elder John tey Saturday Sunday.2Ir.
Mullady I
preach at We
are glad to stats that Wonfciiigton for visit with
I that indicates Mrs. Annie Sunday a
a growing zeal. -
Graham fiffh i A.
the Sunday in this Rosenberg was transactingbusiness i' RAIFORD.
is able ts frienO .
month and the Saturday night beL in ITawthorre Tuesday.Mr. .1 Next Sunday is the regular day for cftsr to be up again, > ..

\ fore. ar.dIr?. Henry Bennett, Mis? I the services at the tent in Lake But i'[ suffering. with a severe attack ofrheumatism. .!I ; !. !. .. ., :; 1Louise Eedenbaugh arrived
!' ; '! here !''> t is the
ler. Some I Saturday end spending:
t repairs will bs
Mrs. Clara Bennett and Mis. made on the '
Zoa! Sapp, were
of is :j
Dyal, Tampa, tr.HCrews
now Pine Hill District No. 5 of Worthington. week with her daughter Mrs. W. Li '
tent this week and it is I having been ; ,
visitor" to R,n laird last Surday. hoped that' [
time i.ed '
pending with
sores her his
I parents divided A. L.
i 'I and the polling ':i son. Crews, here Mon-1'Saaarr I Ii
there '
:dryto C. S. 1i1! of Palmetto called !lJ le a full attendance of themEJr1Lt'rshp : removed "
at Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Lane. I was ; .day' ( ,
to ; returning
: Brooker home :: to
and a new polling I : Monday night,, i i ar.J..I.: Fralisk was visitor ]
Mrs. Avery, of Worthington Springs 1 the bedside of hs: mother, linoI. .. important matters will'te i place I ana was -
j established at New River accompanied by his as1S i Air" ,. .
+ up for consideration; with the di-- son : last Satuiday. '
I M. Hill of j
is! spending this week with her sister, who had a paralysis vision i'l r Lake '
i the Butler
voting populace had better I whrs he neat to'> Mr. and Mrs. Noah Taylor spent a.
+ Mrs. A. C. Crews. j in her kit side last Friday morning An effort is icing made to start the acaaaint J.f-tter.d the lecture
while at the home of Mrs.Esnily I Christian church themselves with the situa- j ty Billy Parker atMr : while ::' the letter's: parents, near El-
Dr. W. H. Thomas, of Atlanta, Ga., j visiting bui'dhg for Lake', : Hon, while! t,.at pace.
I D. Sc loon It is reported that I Butler within the next ten they have plenty! of time ] 1J"iP; :;. this week. '.
a very prominent young physician, } days. i in order and
has located with his family at Graham ,! rhe is improving at this writing, but As next Sunday is the day for regular : ,| E. :M.: to Hazen avoid confusion later on. I j Providence, Mrs. Lcinie Summer, of Mr-. Robert; Harden and little daugh-', '

and asks for a liberal share of still confined to her bed. preaching at 11 a. m., there will'' one cf our most pro- were visitors_ here Moncaj. tr., r.'. -c i, sport a fe.daY3 with j
r gressize farmers, has just I Ii I ; .!:-<;. t Rols lr.st 1 week.
t. : be no of erected a : '
of meeting the Junior ;
patrcnage the citizens of C. E.
our com CV. Olin Bcggess: who was appoint Mr. pw D =
munity. ed I air;. H. L. Sprinkle; of Jacksonville { tv.dwelling'; house on his fine farm } Black is visiting at the i : Mr:: ;, j. E. Card and Irs. Ely! df- \
as pastor of the :Methodist: churchat ,, :for rams) Gf \Ir. .
is the guest of her parents Mr. and :1 croppers. Mr. Hazen, as well as and Mrs. A. Lucas this i':;! att } ?:}loot: to leave for Live Oak soon, ._
I Winter Pad for this conference I scir.'e others '''ee k.
: .. 44 : < < fiC> C + vv44 44WOODL i' year, will leave for his new field of Mrs. V:. C. Townsend. |the fact that are the beginning to realize Pref. Erown i i Ito attend! a convention. ":;
Mr. A. C. Whittaker more comfortable accompanied bv Miss Mr. |I.ehaian, Kit Valdosta, made a |
labor in a few days. He did not ati -J proprietor of I and commodious es Helen XaIri\rht :
( AWN the City quarters they have and Reese Lucas businet trip here Wednesday.
PARK. ,i tend the conference on account of be Bakery, made a business trip that it is spent ; '<
E : confined to Jacksonville last Tuesday. easier to obtain more intelligent Sunday with homefolks at Lair i\ Dee ;l:arnell. of Ellis\ille, was here.,
ing to his with f
room a car-: tey.
+ + <;, i. .;. <; 1i.. ." buncle. His friends here wish him the Mr. 0. J. Farmer, representing the them. competent laborers to oc- The 1 a fe\v ,hours Wednesday. ":
Rev. D. L. Times-Union of cupy youn? people met at the home : Mr.v Lonnie Summers to ,'
Phillips and family at- ]best of success. Jacksonville, was in of i expects
l '
The term
tended church at Theressa Saturday Lake Butler this week. I of the free school expired fIrS. Xauriht and organized leave feiturday. for* a visit with her:
I Mr. Martin Blackburn, a former resident last week, but the sub-school a the
and Sunday, and while there Rev. Rev. Paul started church, parent: Madison.
Kendall last : J
of Lawtey but preached at the
now of St. Johns up on Monday morning with Saturday night. I
of Phillips Mr. Horace conducted Roebuck's the funeral infant service baby I county, was visiting relatives and Springs Methodist three church times at Worthington I attendance with Prof. A. B. Shaw a good as A social was given at the home||! .; ,4 + .s, *. $ + 5, .;, |, j,
Monday.Mrs. friends in and near Lawtey last week. Saturday and : principal and Misses Eunice. Haze out Mr. and Irs..S. W. Smith last: *

W. H. Norman visited her aunt, I Mr. John ?.!*tl>:s. if Macclenny, is interest Sunday at to the fine Sunday congregations. The I arid Lillie Crosby as assistants. At Friday nizht. A large number of :: ? ; UNION CHAPEL. **
spending; a. few weeks here with his evening hour the expiration of the sub-school term youn'folks were present. All + .:

'How's This? son, Mr. Sam Mathis.Rev. J Prof. Shaw will conduct a three- ported a fine time. re- i i "!' <;. .f. .,+ (

""'We-tr offer One Hundred Dollars.. Reward aid Mrs. Jo'eth Antic, of T.ir. WHAT CATARRH ISIt 'months' normal for the training of Irs. Coffin, of Johncto'V; was a J:I:: Union Chapel !settlement' enjoyed 4
t teachers. visitor at the home chicken tew at the of Mr. Hee-| ,
of home -
for an? case of Catarrh that pon Springs, stopped over for a day :Mrs. S. W' :
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh, he first of the week to visit relatives has been said that every thud Messrs. W. E. Pinholster and T. R. Graham Monday ;i, nan Williams Tuesday night last..: ,
and friends. has Collins purchased Ford Among the out of There was plenty of chicken well cooked .
Cnra While here they were person catarrh in some form. i cars last week, town visitors fo ,
F. J. CUcNcr & CO.. Toledo, 0. the guests of Mrs. Antle's parents, I Science has shown that nasal catarrhI I I the former bought of Dr. W. H. Cle- the Cone-Johnson wedding here lion- and, every body enjoyed himself/ _
We, the undcr.I=r..a. hang kacwn r. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .Hess. They were I often indicates mons, the latter of 31r. G. B. Colson. day were Mrs. Sapp, Mr. and : firs H" and may there be another one soon.:
I Cbenr for the last 15 years, and bcheva cnroute from the annual conferenc, a general weaknessof i Woodman Circle of Magnolia Lodge B. Bennett and daughters, Clara and'i We here Sunday school every Sunday -
hln ierfecUy honorable la ell business! the body and local y
transactions and CnancIaEy : ". ) which has just been held at St. Augustine treatments in No. 59, will hold their annual meeting Pearl, and Mr. Roscoe Sapp, of Law-; aftvmoon, church every secojid ..:.
x, Cut any o !!:atJons caCa : to Tarpon Springs, where they the form of snuffs and vapors do little, on Saturday night at the hall for the tey, and -. James Wainwright of : :Sunday;! and incite any minister of-j-:,
Aoy coinnr.cr; any good. j installation of the 1 the *" '
'' have been assigned for the present the newly elected offi- 'Yateroak section. Loni to make an appointment with
i TcIc o, 0.Hall's conference year. This being Brother To correct catarrh you should treat its cers. The public cordially invited to A ''reception will be given at the I us. Wo will appreciate J'-
Catarrh Cure la taken bt r:1n7. ttl15e by I horn
enriching attend. o' _.
acting directly cca tho brood end mucous Antle's fifth. year as pastor at that oil.food your blood with the W Mr. and Mrs.! l;Nauright j in "-
Burl.CM of tho tyste-n. Testimonialscent : place. He was pastor of Grace church medicinal m Scott's Emulsion which is a Rev. A. J. Pinholster, honor r-f the new pastor, of the Meth-J Cent OM! Sorts, Over Iiaeditt Will Cu ,
free. Prca 75 cenu p>..r bottle., Sold herp for three food and a bnilding-toaic. free charge, held divine pastor in odist church The wont law, no matter of how long Jt djDL 1
: by all Drns sta. years. from alcohol or any harmfuldnigj. ': services at the and his wife Rev. and i are eared i>y the wonderful old reliable Dr.
,TiJn U a TV3 Pills for aa: ; los. P.cy Hess was in Tampa on business &ott&Boone. Tryit.. Baptist church on last Saturday, Sun Irs. R. 0. Wright, of Lawtey. Porter' Abtiieptic Healing OiL It "lirftl .
eldlH.j. day morning and night. the An oyster supper will] b? given by I Pain and 'l..a'at ;bc'* etu...: 25t.5Oc.J.Wo;;:"

:i w0.. W. next Thursday night Read the Telegrap$1.50 a year.




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