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 28, 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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Established- 1879. Subscription-Per' Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. >f,


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FARM AN INTERESTING Matter Has Now-'Been Handed BY LL PALMED Plant City Sends-- Off 27,600 COMING TO THE ;

Over to Railroad CommissionWith Quarts MondayPrevious -
Traveling Representative; Telegraph.

PLACE Request for Action.The Records Broken. FRONTRAPIDLY

On the Road to Lake Butler life we are to take things mostly as .

,f Passing along the road from Mr. we find them and make the best we

hppe of a voluntary improve- Spires' place to-Lake' Butler one soon can but of them, so, taking Lake But- PLANT CITY, Jan. 25-All previous : 1
A MARVEL OF ORDER INDUSTRY ment in transportation facilities for records for a single day's shipmentsin THREE BIG ENTERPRISES
comes to the splendid farm and homeof ler as we find it we are forced to writeit
the Bradford county strawberry W. H. Andrews. He has 240 acres' down as a nice place filled with en- the history of strawberry growing

AND DISCIPLINE movement has received a black-eye. E. and is cutivating 100 of it. Realizingthat terprising Business men who are as in Plant City territory were broken STARTED NEAR STARKE
Matthews is in receipt of a letter yesterday when 27,600 quarts of ber- ,
I stumps were a loss he has gotten prosperous as the times will permit .
from Mr. Chas. R. Capps, first vice- acres cleared Last he had their! to be. ries went forward from the local express ; \
Twenty-Five Hundred Acres Ready to 185 up. year As far Orvfeard .Near Starke Sold -J-
president of the Seaboard Air Line 80 in and the 20 platform. as can be ascertained Camphor ,
acres corn yield was The real beauty of Lake Butler is
Be Planted to Various Crops Railway Company, in which it is stat- bushels to the acre without fertilizer.He residence section. There yesterday's shipments exceeded For $6,5' ,000-This Will Bet
ed that it has been found impossibleto i, many the highest record for a singleday's
This Spring. shorten states that he has grown as muchas lovely homes in the town and there is GreaiPottto; Section.In .
their freight schedule as shipment ever leaving the stateof ,
40 bushels to the acre with the use z
and refine-
evidence of wealth
much : v<
much as 24 hours and that anythingless Florida. The previous high rec- _
of fertilizer. This certainly is a strong in the and the
ment buildings groundsof
Sunday afternoon Mr. J. M. Alvarez than this would not help the situation argument in favor of the use of fer- the homes. Then there are the ord by Plant for one City day's last shipment was This made our last j 5$sue we mentioned some- -f
invited the "Telegraph reporter tilizer. The increase of a crop a full churches and the schools, all of which I rec- thing about tfce dfcUgs'of; the Southern I :
to take a ride with him a dozen miles Mr. Capps writes that perishablesfrom hundred per cent is a matter not to be city twice its'size might well be ord was 25,120 quarts and was madeon Cattle Feeding Company on their hold- ';i
any February 15, 1915. The recordda"s
up the Sanderson road behind his fleet the south go to Pier 29 in New lightly treated.Mr. of. That is especially true of ings a few iifes! feast of Starkethatthey
proud for 1914 made
trotter "Nellie," and the invitationwas York, where there is a regular market Andrews shipment was on fencing\ and
was busy grinding cane I the High School building. It is reallyone are ..25,000 acres -1
March 17 and numbered '
accepted with pleasure. Soon after every morning; that to go on the market and he was just finishing as fine a ket- of the best in the state, and pre movement 19,360 went forwardin quartsYesterday's have 200 men.at work improving 6,000 '!It

the Redding bridge across New for any given day perishables must tle of syrup as was seen along the sents acres for the'planting of diverse for'K
be in New York at certain hour in a splendid appearance.Lake 315 pony refrigerators and 75
&ver had been passed, a fine new road a journey. Out in a back lot 13 great open age crops. This is cheering news, for .
the that have the berries Butler is reported to have a thirty-two quart crates, making six F
was seen branching off to the left, ; morning; to banks of sweet potatoes were counted.He it shows that this part of the state be-
there: for the market on day of arrival! population of 580, but it would seem solid express car loads. Last )'ear's
leading to the State Convict Farm, and grew them all on a two-acre tract gins to be cognized by active capitalists -
there must be saving of full 24 to the casual visitor that there must records, which was the high mark until -
soon afterward the place could be a and estimates that there were fully Th truth. $! that those who '
seen in the distance, and it was decided hours in the schedule; that an investi- 450 bushels of them. He grew' the be double that number of people liv- yesterday, was 304 refrigerators require large; tracts of land in one .
in the place. There are four and 26 crates. From the stead-
gation of the subject shows that their ing open I
to make detour the home withovt; lakes and
a on Norton and red yam and the Porto body, swamps, now
journey to see the place.At freight schedule could not be shortened I Rico. He has 200 head of cattle all churches, a school with both high and ily increasing quantities of berries find it difficult to get what they want
24 hours without moving the cars grammar grades which employ ten coming in daily it is expected that
a distance the "State Farm" resembles of the common variety.Mr. in South Fltll' da.. But this section is
from here in the to teachers, besides the principal, S. A. the new record established yesterday
too early day
very much one of the large Andrews has been on his pres- well with tracts suitable for ;
mit the growers to gather and load Draper. There are two banks, a news- will be broken before the week is out
sugar plantations on the Mississippibelow ent place some fifteen years, and to cattle and,large farms, and if
their berries. and business houses too num- and a still higher one reached next
Baton Rouge. Immense tracts judge from the improvements and the paper our citizens A-'l!' get the'boosting habit
to mention in detail. Mrs. Sar- week.
Mr. his letter with erous
have been cleared and stumped, Capps closes general appearance of things he has and let the world know what we haveto
this statement: "It is with extreme ah E. Douglass is the obliging and efficient The strawberry platform yesterday
straight well built roads, deep, clean made a grand success of his farming offer, we will soon have our lands
ditches, fields of oats, vegetables and regret that I advise you of our ina- enterprises. He has a splendid farm postmistress.On presented the busiest scene ever witnessed I. bought up b men with capital and en-

other things which grow this time of bility to meet your views with respectto home and barns, and outbuildings to the Road to Miller the there. Every available space ergy enough to make them blossom
on large platform provided
the year "Trusties" in clean stripes, the" shortening of our freight sched- match. Leaving the Midway school house the handling of berries, was crowded like the roseBesides .

exercising horses, were met with, ule. The next farmer along the road is and traveling in a. general southerly with refrigerators and a number of the; improvements started _

which gave us the first impression of This being the case, Mr. Matthews N. E. Roberts. He has 100 acres and direction the first place one comes to refrigerators were packed on, the I by the Southern Cattle Feeding company ',

the purpose of the institution.The states that he has gone back to the does general farming. He has a bandof I is that of R. R. Taylor. He has a nice ground and in the expres scars on the in Oav county, within the

home of the superintendent, original proposition, that is, to ask I 50 cattle and also the same num- farm of 80 acres, 65 of which is in siding, the platforms not being able "sphere of i!tuence"! of Starke, thereis

Captain Purvis, is located some distance the, Interstate Commerce Commission ber of hogs. Off of 70 acres of corn cultivation and he has i it all stumped.He another gnat enterprise under full

from the prison buildings and -- --((Continued on Page 2.) he gathered 700 bushels. He also had I says he would not farm land which (Continued on Page 2.) sway still nearer to our city. This is
is palatial in appearance. The build- 40 acres of cotton from which he secured was encumbered with that nuisance.On the new cani hor plantation; at Wal-

ings, including homes for the foremenand a fair crop. He also grew a fine his place was noted a number of : ler. This plantation has lately been

guards, barracks for the convicts, ASSESlMST crop of oats on his place.H. bearing pecan trees. Last year he had RANEY WILL NOT bought by tlia Dupont Powder com I? "

hospital, laundry, kitchens, water and N. Hodges has a nice little farmof 20 acres in corn which yielded him pany, of Wilmington, ;Delaware, presumably : :mot

light plants, barns, etc., (tare many 120 acres. He has 75 acres in cul- 250 bushels without fertilizer. On 28 for;the sake of the camphor

enough to make a small town. Every- GIVE FULL VALUE tivation and has stumped the half of acres of cotton he had 13,000 poundsof CALL COMMITTEESays supply it wilJ'.furnish' as an ingredientof

where is painted white and scrupulous that. He had 400 bushels of sweet seed cotton. He planted corn and the hfgh Explosives manufacturedby

order and neatness prevails every- potatoes. One quarter acre of cane pinders together and fattened 20 fine I the cOmpA '}'. This,.enterprise will,

where, even the stock lots and stables yielded four barrels of syrup. His porkers on the crop. They harvested of course, take new,life'under the new

being carefully cleaned of litter, and In Assessing Property For Tax- corn yield was extra good last yearas both crops themselves and got rollingfat Only Few' Members Have ownership. '

the place is so well drained that no he had 20 bushels to the acre with- at the job. The fine oak trees As an example;'-' f what our wild

water stands anywhere. es-Some Counties Fail out fertilizer. He has a nice bunch of which are growing in front of Mr. Asked for Reconsiderationof pine woods !and;:' may come to be ?6

Mr. W. J. Epperson, former tax as- hogs, some of them weighing as muchas Taylor's place make it a striking land- worth after :doing, partly tamed we x'

sessor of Bradford county, but now to Pay Proper Share.The 118 pounds at five and one-half mark as far'as they can be seen. Resolution.Copies cite the following news item. from,Fri.

one of the efficient foremen of work, months old months old. Mr. Hodges A mile farther on one comes to the day's Times union' :

took us in hand and showed us all thai believes in making a home farm yield splendid home and farm of R. J. Andrews I "J. C. SdktSeather, commissioner of

could be seen without the permissionof tax commission was created by I home products, hence he has an acre .' He has 2,000 acres of land in of the public letter of George public works }>f Asheville, N. C., who t'
F. Raney, chairman of the democraticstate
the who did not the legislature of 1913, under Chapter has been attending*lhe mayors' convention s
superintendent, of strawberries, 18 pecan trees, 5 one splendid body, and it is truly a executive committee, giving his '
happen to be present. But there are 6500 of the Laws of Florida, and Satsuma orange trees, three orange joy to visit a farm which is conducted eason for not reconvening the committee said 'esterday;;:that one of the

so many things to be seen on the in compliance therewith Governor trees, six apple trees, and some pear upon the business lines which pre- to reconsider the rule providing a largest deal Sn the history of Florida

"State Farm" that it would have re Trammell appointed R. J. Patterson of and peach trees. It is a pity that vail here and which has brought, andis religious test for voters who partici- had just recently been closed. The

quired a couple of days to do it jus Madison, John S. Edwards, of Lake- more attention is not paid by the far- still yielding, such magnificent returns pate in the democratic primary, have transaction *;*as the purchase of the

tice, anyway, and our time was lim land, and John Neel, of Westville. The mers to the small fruits. That is the 1 I to its owner. He has 1.000 acres been distributed. The letter follows: I 11,000 acres tjumphor farm by the Du-

ited. At some future time we hopeto commission was organized on July 10, one thing which staggers a newcomer in cultivation, and 400 of it i
see what is to be found inside the 1913, by electing John Neel as chair- to Florida. Here is climate and soil, I I Of course he crop farms the most Florida 1913 reads as follows: "The near Gijeen Cove Springs.

great stockade and give an account of! man.The but no fruit. Take almost any other of his place, that is, it .is let out on state executive committee of each political -j|I "Mr. Stik'!fcather said that he had
it. commission had no easy task I I shares. party may by resolution declarethe negotiated for the purchase of the land
state in the Union, and no matter how terms and conditions on which legal -
The stables were full of good horses before it, as there was no beaten track for the farm .about two years ago for
poor the soil nor how poverty pressedthe Mr..Andrews pays most of his personal electors shall be declared and taken -
and a lot held a score of them besides on which to travel. The commission- people are, there will be the garden I attention to stock, as the 400 as proper members of that pari '." the Essential Oil Company. About

In another lot were a couple of dozer I ers accordingly set out on a tour of and the orchard. It truly is time that head of fine Durham cattle and 300 And farther pro-titled to vote in the 8,000 acres ace to be set out in trees.

fine mules. Farming implements with inspection and visited every county in Florida farmers quit depending on the I I. head of hogs that were to be seen I primary election herein required to beheld These trees are now about large ,,
out end, all of the most modern pat the state, conferred with assessors and tin can for their fruits and tomatoes. about the place testified. In one lot I as members of that part. And enough to .transplanted. They will :' ;

terns, were seen in the sheds. A in many instances with county com Mr. Hodges states that in the line of he displayed 200 head of cattle and' further provides for the compliancewith be producing<7: ?amphor in about four or .

steam plow had been tried but did not e missioners. They found no two coun.; chickens his preference is for the white i.mong them was a Guinea bull which the the terms supervisor of such of resolution registration.by i five years. The DuPont Company paid r
work well, and mules and horses are ties assessing property on the same Leghorn. He uses an incubator and would weigh 1,000 pounds, and a $6,500,000 cart for the property. The 1
Under the authority above quoted1the
basis of valuation that inequalities manufacture of
glaring is xtd in the
for draft. ; camphor u -if'
used raises a nice bunch of chickens each Durham tttll'which would go it a full state democratic! Cexecutive com-
The most interesting of the structures .. existed among the same classes high explosives. Japan formerly had ;;:
spring. hundred, ,_ pounds,_ .better.. There_ were, mittee, in regular meeting on January,
were two immense silos of concrete of property in the same county; .h < I a monopoly ;in the production of this
I 6. adopted the lution prescribing
The last place before driving into 17o head of cattle in the fatteningpen -res
one of which, about 35 feet high, that-the percentage of value ranged i the town limits of Lake Butler is that which reminded one very much of I the qualification of electors for the important article; of commerce, but it
had been filled with ensilage, composed 1 from ten per cent of true value to full 'democratic primary election to be held has been proven that Florida can pro-
the 4all feeding" on great .
oof C. A. Roberts. He has 143 process a
of corn, sorghum and other forage. cash value; that a great deal of prop- of which 125 is under cultivation.acres Of ",:westernstock> farm. It is the nearest in June of this year. : I I I duce the bevy article on the market"i .

While it had a slightly sour odor the! erty was not listed at all, and this Tthat which the Traveler Fairly and reasonably construed this i But why ,tot induce the Dupont
this he has already stumped no less!'! approach V>
animals said to eat it greedily. A L chr.otic condtion of things existed in resolution in my opinion, correctlysets Company tt. start another plantationnear
are encountered in all his
than 70 tens and the great columns of has yet journeyings forth the qualifications of a democrat -
of the declaration of | intend to
magnificent stallion of to fine breec 1 I the face plain in-tKe fair Southland.The Starke?' If they grow

, was also seen, but we had rio time tc) the law that all property should be i ii smoke which were shooting skyward : their own camphor' they will need an i
the thoroughbred cattle anc assessed at full value. down in his back field gave evidence hogs were scattered about the Must Be Considered as a Whole unlimited a= iage of trees. If there ;.,
inspect that he was still the war path in and from shoats to hogs order ascertainits
which distance Knowing and appreciating the difficulties on place ranged The resolution in to is anything :vie can grow to perfection
hogs were some away
great shape so far is stumps were ready for the market. Mr. Andrewswas true intent and meaning, must be
besetting assessors in readjusting besides it is camphortrees
Trusties both white and black, wer i considered whole and not by dis-
concerned. Mr. has 100 hogs shipping 75 that day. They were as a
the basis the commission who magni-
Robes and nobody sees our
The tangled ,
seen everywhere. swamI I which Berkshire jointed parts. It provides that a legal
of New River is near by, and it woulc d after meeting the county assessors instate I are a small averaging about 75 pounds. lector shall be held a member of the ficent trees,. bearing the stamp of
and Essex, and he states that it is a When .remonstrated with about ship-
be easy for them to get away, at leas't conventions! accepted' agree- 1 "mocratic party upon terms and con- health and ,.i gor, will doubt this as-
mixture. Last 45 of hem at that size. Mr. Andrews ,
good year acres ping :.
.,- ment from the assessors for the years ditions as follows: First that he is a ------
(Continued on Page 2.) 1914 and 1915" to assess property on a corn yielded him 900 bushels, which stated that the butchers would not white man. Second that he believesin I (Cont'jnued on.., Page 2.)

basis of fifty per cent. Some of the certainly is a good crop. From 75 have them if they were heavier. Thatis the principles of the democratic par

COMMITS SUI- assessors failed to live up to thisagree'ment acres of cotton he secured 25 bales. where the farmer loses out for the ty. Third. that he intends in good A PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE i.
B. I and the :Mr. Roberts has been on his place lack of local packing houses. Whena faith to suport and vote at the next
CIDE AT NEW ORLEAN S county commissioners in some counties here seven years, and in that time pig weighs: 75 pounds he has just general election for all candidates national m-

assessed in has transformed a forest into a splen- come to the place where it is profit- state and county, nominated by -.
where they property com-
did farm. He has fine house which able to feed him and make of party.
a more a
val- of the
pliance with the agreement, cut Was the ibliiMeetinq;
Well Known Former Starke Citizen low stands as a monument to his industryand hog of him. A few months of feeding One candidate in coming primary -
uations to exceedingly figures. has. over his own signature, an-
thrift. His other make him double that Schooj anjl',1 Civic Club
Drowns Himself Last The commissioners went into the buildings correspond -I I would weigh nounced his opposition to the resolu- \
Truly, with work and man- or even a great deal more, and
courts in Hillsborough county when amoipt tion on the ground that he believes ev- Last Friday Night.
Sunday Morning.: the county commissioners had reducedthe agement, a man can secure -as satisfactory really it is almost all profit. Just ery white man in the state of Florida

valuations on banks as low as tenh results from the ground,.here thinli of a western farmer turning his should be permitted to vote in the democratic -

cent the lower courts ruled in. in Bradford county as anywhere ejse} hogs onto the market when they weigh primary election regardless of An enthusiastic community meeting

The sad news of the untimely deat:I"I I favor per of;the banks, and the commission in the whole country.; It'jfruly does I 7,5 pounds!.. If he did so they would whether he be democrat, republican or was held in tie! school auditorium last

of C. B. Hall, formerly of Stark y\I\ appealed the case to the Supreme one's soul good. to. ;rte & uch+(ine be shifted into the "feeders' pen at socialist. I decline to subscribe to any Friday evenijig, which proved to he
doctrine the of the
such and history
through suicide by drowning at Ne, 1 Court, but-have not yet had a decision results from farming 'enterprise. },.Jf. the stock yards and sold to someone democratic party in this state fails to thoroughly enjoyable as well as profi

Orleans, where he lived, reache Starke Sunday afternoon, the traged;y make hogs of them. It is Raid that
; the democratic has know-
The commission having been taught One cannof'getVifty ,ade9uate tide. partY' few dayprevious: to the meeting
having occurred the same morning. the butchers will not the '..
buy larger elv permitted its candidates for of-
of this littl large er of invitations were
Charlton B. Hall was born in GeO- a severe lesson by an experience of fc sgspassingthrough l hogs... They certainly do buy larger fice to be named and selected by re- a nut
two through the agreement allowing it 'on either voff.the'twa)hiss sent out by tf& School and Civic Club,
about 55 In 1894 h ie years when nuhlicans and socialists. Suppose such
Va years ago. I J hogs they purchase western pork
the to roads. .th ,:1'ra* *r : .. asking manyjof our town people to a
assessors assess -
came to Starke and was engaged i n property thmugltLake 1 and no butcher who has any sort of doctrine prevailed and'all the delegates No fee of
basis of fifty cent of had passed Butfer.tMet I "get-togetberi, meeting"
constructing the Atlantic, Suwanne e on a per trade ever thinks of being without the to the democratic national con-
River the War 1the cash value, has found out that rn the train.The first time was- on i -cntion were selected by the votes of any sort wa Charged, so the profitable
& Gulf railway, now western product his block. Thenwhys
branch of the Seaboard. In 189 15is while the assessors are all good men the G. S. & F. going north .in the. not on I republicans imagine the political element ws.s ;:not counted in dollars,

nee and probably try to do their full duty, evening, and the only thing which impressed 'give the Florida farmer a : princinles of a presidential candidate but in an archsed wnse,of civic pride
lie married Miss Marcey a chance
to the most out of
get possible
named convention selected?
by so
of them failed to out him was the bunch of colored a and usefulm;& a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Austiof n yet some carry his hogs by fattening them to the lim-
The fourth and fifth paragraph! of
their agreement and in some other sandwich venders which haunted the The evenii4's'program was opened
this city. A son now dead, wa it?
wh counties where the assessors had com- outside of the cars with their "chicken the resolution are as follows: "Thathe with a ch born from union. Mr. Hall 10
the ,
Mr. Andrews stated that will no tbe influenced in voting for t
The time the his corn ? the School and
doins. of
plied with the agreement and assessed was on ter which th :scope
was first class railroad man, later al< candidate' by
against religious -
a cit property at fifty per cent, the county A. C. L., also in the evening-hence crop last,year ranged from 15 to 20( test any account of religious any Civic Club, M outlined by our consti- f
cepted ,a position as yardmaster i or on .
the:terminal station of New Orlean its commissioners reduced it below this there was a genuine surprise in store bushels to the acre as a whole without belief.'denomination or sect with which tution, was 'discussed, by Mrs. J. R. "

:LL;and kept that position until abet It basis, and in one county, as low as ten as we drove into the town and throughits fertilizer, but he had one 60 acre field the candidate is affiliated. That h? is Halligan. I*!. Philips read a paper : .j

one long main street from west to which yielded 25 bushels to the acre. not a member of any secret organization recounting p'hat the School and Civic
; moved t to qnt
four when he : per
years ago, % : of these east. It is really too bad that the He grows the flint and Hastings Pro- which attempts in any way to in-: Club Has Dove; in Starke." Mrs. J. D. "
Starke with his family and.bougthe 'l.it.'i'i ;rcoasequence./ irregular lific mixed. He has already sold 1,000 fluencp politicaj action or results or" inter-
the business part of the place is so cut an ill, of 1.awtey, spoke very r ,
aalesaments under' thecommission I
greement :
J. C. Carter t&e-jfePS ,
near ) P97 f'Mch
the obligations arid pUTn $ !
the up. If it were all built up together bushels and had cribs and granariesstill 6stin ltVj'in' s lana.tidn'' of the work of
After conducting this business Ir informed assessors -"inization will justify him *tn- ,"fct. r
some time, he sold out to the late 1 P. I while .they'were in convention, the I in one section there would be a goodI full.of corn all about his yards. f'1<::intl" tn !support'! anv nominee of>the 'rea ire4era. c&Womon'a Club slogan. .: s i ter,.
I showing indeed, but as it is there is a I. e

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temporarily, ir. spite of the guards who I

T r Drastic Measure to Hurt Amer- sit in the watch towers with high-pow. !| Mexicans Reveling in Killing of.

er res. The reporter talked to severtl Americans-General Villa
ican Commerce-Senator GUARD tr I II
of these men and they all said SIANDIKG

t Secures Secret Orders. tt.e'ere well fed and cared for and Denies Participation. '

e I'treated as kindly! as circumstances I I I -

would permit. It is probable! that aaany I II
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.-That the of them prefer the carefree life they: DOUGLAS, Ariz., Jan 23.-The

British: government has officially instructed lead to the troubles attendant upon o state of Oaxaca. Mexico, is overrun e.
with bandits and the
killing robbing
iu censor to open and ex- an even successful escape.t .
amine all American business mail relating -1 t one who is acquainted: with theheartbreakirg j Americans, despite Carranza officials

to traffic in every important work of clearing pine { efforts to preserve order.
with both neutral and Ten-1 I Near Ejutla eight bodies were found
commodity land the State Farm is a revelation.
1 tonic countries was revealed in a copy t There have been many men to work, tow j hanging to trees, Andrew J. Trumbo. a aa : }

of secret orders to British censors no be: sure, but even at that it seems marvelous ('.o wealthy mining man of Los Angeles! ,

in possession of Senator Hitchcock.The that so much could have been declared in an affidavit here yester-

Senator declares this action u I accomplished in so short time. Before jday. Tnuabo said he was told that ,r't 1

taken for the purpose of hindering the latter part of 1914 but little besides the bodies were those of American :

American commerce. some building had been done ow. Passports were exhibited by Trumboto .

I ing to the small number of prisoners. show that he had been in the parts W-4IThe laxative tablet i ; _' i: _
THIS SECTION COMING of Oaxaca he of. He declared
When the
turpentine and phosphate J. .
TO THE FRONT RAPIDLY with the pleasant taste
r works stopped on account of the European that he left because conditions were
becoming unbearable. He came hereby I .
1. I war, about 600 convicts were 1.1sri1 ,
.Continued From Page )
turr.ed in, and then the work of clearing way of El Paso, where Friday he
sertion. The trees grow up rapidly, land began in earnest. This spring I told of a railroad wreck near Tehucan 1 J19 Protects eyeiymemberof the "I
require little care, and the foliage is 2.500 acres will be ready for plantingto which was caused by dynamite and J.
close till the leaves entirely hide '
so killed 23 or 24 Mexicans. '
various and the land is thoroughly from
crops family Constipation-
the wood in the fall of the they
; year His affidavit also declares that the .j'.
prepared, stumped and ditched.
! are covered with berries. These facts 1 bandits are commanded by former fed- .t :
I well recognized that last fall There are at present about 600 convicts I 1 tile of good health
are so ,o able to do hard work; this num eral officers, General Augillar, enemy
; when seed for a nursery for the Wale bel'iU be diminished :; by SOO former federal soldiers armed ;
constantly by
ler plantation was required, Starke with cannon and machine guns:: and .
demands of and !
turpentine phosphatemen '
was selected as the place! to get it. of the
on account of the
but those (J!: the place not otherwise u ;
from, and every berry or. the trees employed, will be used for country can stand off :20.000 soldiers. ; log 25 50 <*1 : 1
was sold at from :5 to $$ per bushel.: clearing land and fencing. The whheccn..ic 1 Villa Denies Part in Massacre ,
We need capital here and if cur; unsurpassed -
siI1 not be hired out. Immerse I EL PASO, Jan. 3.Iexic..n Corsul :- .
resources. for gro-a-In camphor Garcia announced here yesterday .
areas! are row beir.gr c:fared 2..d 1'
were duly presented: to manufacturers that Bereando and Frederico Duran, (;.
fGtr.4'I and every stick of timber is &
of explosives! celluloid and being; cut down. The ponds are leir.gditched ''Mexirans: arrested ly Carranza officials J

essential oils, requiring large quantitiES and cleared as well! as the re.: o : charged with killing Bert Aker;,, ,
of camphor, very probably they '' o fine land. Ar. unobstructed view overthe an American, j just across the border, We Latht" t"xdu..ivt' *e-Ilin? rizLt= for :lii-s -rent :asatieTrial .
would take the matter up. Having so have confessed and wili! be executedtoday. ize. 1" cents. .

many thrifty camphor trees: to show 2.5: land cf is convicts.desirable: to prevent the I t[ Akers was. k'll'erl'E'! ....:.....".,. seinestolen MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE :;

samples of what we can produce, those escape The greatest length of the sate cittle. THE REXALL STORErJAX
interested r.eed only come here and:: see uard
The United = provost
domain north "
j, and south is six miles; ; ; .-
for themselves. Mexican so'.diers: ----
'! eight mile The labor yesterday fired on
Knowing the capability (if oar d'e. ', d wit be who crossed the border rour.dir. up '.::'- .! :\y\
: to t :
for producing Irish potatoes, we ha"efJft ; put hor; and this land buildroads !
fencing clearing .
I : o./l
wondered why Bradford county direction of Mexicar.s ;.. l'Vi.: ... 1t'I ;
r. o ar.d dig: canals and ditches. A J I officials fired in the = 200 IBS. 3.:;-:. :;-:.. *; /! \
i? not the chief: potato growir.j sec i stretch cf railway is now under !building : ;, attempting to smuggle rags over : : I:: t !Hl''I7';' <
f tior cf the! state, especially as cur the border. The importation drags L BISCUIT. c DEAIJLSON&TOOMER '- ; ...
fro!!. the "q arters" eastward toi ; ,r-tr '.J .J'" (
f lands are much richer naturally :and is barred by the health officers.Tecdoro = j ;
i the bodies of hatim.er!: near tf.ec.1J = 0j: i: / I
can be made prdouctive will much less Prieto, claimin to te a'major r HI'I'] quality: sda crackers, 'FERTIUZER ; Jt'.
White mill, and the logs: hauledwil J ; ..". .
cost: than those in the present:: great le sawed into lumber at the farm. : in the! Villa army, arrived here parent of Lie; cf 122 aidersaJ I '; MFD BY t ;J.i/. ::>=
1 '
potato sections of the! state. But now yesterday and declared that he had ; 1 4 ,ri (
New River: runs through the doman cake Ons for every lasts : J. 1 iW..1
encouraging news comes from the ; teen sent by Villa! to announce: that I .I/.I
I nearly centrdly; in course of time levees r.d every need, afforc'injdeK II"I /! "
State Prison Farm, located a few mile: : Villa had nothing to do with the SantaYsabel I FERTILIZER CO "- 'fa l 14"ACXO"VJ
I will be thrown j:
probably up to ;":iL'til raeahlme etanss.! \
northwest of Starke that immense l K4r'
an massacre, and that Villa: ouidpuniih U. ocz- ''1 fBt'
1 confine the water during flood*, so ; ;
acreage will Le planted there this i that the bottom lands can le utilized his men if he found they did lt A j
and under such good auspices i
year for pastures, a: least. Stock rsisir.jr'will 'it.
that the venture is bound to be sue I ..
I cess. We quote the following from the !! re one of the husbandries conducted RECORD STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS } >'.-.5 t, 4 W -V.K-. fe Crs:"s' Wylj Cotton and Cora Sell Well ,
c.t: the farm ar.d a large I
current number of the P.aiford Tribune I FROM -.
;I pastures win le required. Judgingt : I t.- Fr,rsrrwrJGyiu>>'ri-.H..
"The: State of Florida will be the t from the thorough-going manner in J, .Continued From Pare l.t, i I I. Grow Plenty of these CropsThe
which everything else is being done, : '
krgest Irish potato grower in the J to accommodate all the refrigerators: COMER L PEEK '
we have reason to believe that thpernaf.et required for the day's re?eipts.! I I.
world this Five hundred acres I II time to i is when!
t year. big prices good
pastures will bt of !Ypro.- The berries began ctming! i in earlier! Florida Real Estate, Land and grow crops arc .
of finest the has been
the land in state
td frames.; I yesterday than usual and by noon it I II i and getting better. Everything uo.v p >ints to even
in condition and the fer
tilizer put is prime coming in for this immense The superintendent of the StateI I was seen that the day's receipts would *. Timber Expert. .. higher figures for cotton, corn and tij1 staple crops i

*4":;0 tons of commercial fertilizer Farm must be a man of erect executive | ran extremely! heavy. The growers; '' 33 of the South than the "t'rs.4ii
I acreage. ability in order to plan and direct 'I j years Experience at Starke. \ faet.r' ones of the z
were paid! from IGc to H+c a quart until .
will be tied: on the land nn d i it j .
[I will require 10 carloads of seed: potatoes this great: work to the tost ad1 the receipts \'ecame ;:o htathat; I I 1 A <<4+1A"" pre ent. The coming season, as perhaps'never before, .'

4 to plart it. vantage, as well &s to properly care' most of the buyers had acquired a'l' (i itt.ey it will pay farmers to plant good -vds, cultivate

"E. L. )IcClur. who made Hastings for his c:antes and keep up necessary could! handle well and the price. thoroughly and fertilize \ !
t ;:; I freely. Ft
i discipline. Captain I';R'is has <;!how tetra n to drop uti112c; and lie was I
t as & potato growing that he i h the right! for : { 4 7frtli ;
I man place, ar the highest offered late in the after- i 1 t 1y IG Wilson and Tooiner'sIdeal
is the who ested to the Stat
man SJz; :
he home: : good fort-Tien. \\While-! !:., noon. A steady stream of wagons arrived -
Hoard of Control the idea of 1l""ir.g
potatoes at Raiford. i! cjn.ictare cared for well, they are at the platform all the afternoonand Fertilizers .
also made to work. it after six o'clock before thei
hundred !loam lard | was
"Five of
planted! last in acres cow peas, has beer This: detention plac for unfortunates i last had been brought in. I Contain just the right proportion of plant foi to produce big
: year : is worthy of the! great and e-n- Members of the Pant! City Grower Trees, Shrubs and Plantsc yields. have satisfied
j : They successful farm for than
the :: more
condition and
put in perfect .
i _. ..
lisrhter.ed state of Florida.; Besides a "' o it a It-.1* : .... ,
? Association shipped their day'piclsines | ". ., i ? r .-ears. There is Ideal
twenty formula
planting will son begin. Several cars i .* .: 1."" .c! : oj..."f- : an for every staple and
being good medium for advertising: iii. .1- t.- ....
;: of high grade fertilizer have Llreauyarrived : ; the excellence a of Bradford through the association and cjwntt ..*' !L." :.;?' _., _-:1'Nall_.,, special crop made from best material If y-vj: have used Ideal
1 and the work has started that Clur.tar.ds a' :; 59 refrigerators: carrying 4,720 quarts Royal PS'TJ: Narscrle: brands, know how
.. you good they arc and only: need to be
it will! serve as a demonstratioI :'cf lerries went forward in this man f'or.rl'e.w. ,t *!t.'-. .,r"' ,.ji -. .. ,... Ii
i will} make Raifcrd famous as (the I farm for the benefit of tin people: forI ner. A number cf late arrivals: shipped J '...,,&.-:*, *... -"' t.,. ,, ., ...ia, ,.... &: Pi B reminded that now is the time to order for spri; ::.; use. Should
F greatest potato section cf tho st&tc. I I he"e.m he shown the best Wio. their berries through the associa- ,,.. urt r4 ,u .' ,. ik ; you never have tried them, find out a'ruu*. Ideal fertilizers
"Seven hundred j.nd s \.ent-six handling: land, fertilizing and cultiI j R* !cnerE.-ot.IRiiPaba.\i--seri! ; j S rY before you buy. Write for particular and .
convicts held at the farm and I ;i iljn. although they had not become J is ac..d.c' 4re. CkC5,f'!\. I''c5.
are ir.ar.yof i I vation of crops and what products will i affiliated with it because: the buyers; Sit .-......--. I c! Wilson & T Fertilizer
be in tin Cor.
these will! growing or will not grow here. While the avercge had practically stopped buying for'the comer ; any
potatoes. The work will be under thesupervision -- Manufichfferi cf Idjjl 1 Fertiircri:
farmer, for lack of knowledge
0;: day and the only price offered was
of Mr. JicisonriUe
an expert
; or means: cannot afford to experiment Florida
>[' around 13c a quart and at least a I
from Hastin
s. ;I the state can do so, and the superin- dozen new numbers in the association -- ;;.rtOlF"-r."I"I' .
We are confident of the success o1 I tendent of the ::
farm has, besides the
1 the undertaking and venture to predict | means, the state agricultural department were secured: the platform by rea- ..........................$...4.oo....+ +.4e ....H.
: ;i, son of this.-Plant City Courier.
that it w ill give the impetus to
and the state chemist to help
potato growing that we have so long I i him. The different breeds of ]! ;
; improved -
the J:i Is furniture insured? If Favorite Fertilizers
waited for-just as other enterprises | stock will be tried and sires for your i

mentioned will give an impetus j I| improving the country stock will be jI j not why not? Ask J. R. Davis ( .

to stock farming and camphor pro provided. A visit to the State Farm II I i .
i I & Co. for rates call
.. duction. The State Farm is much visited -!, should be made often or phoneNo. : *
1 as as possible are
as well by strangers as by poo- |i I bv those: interested in agriculture and 99. :
pie of the crJuntand. it will in the !: .
Etock rai=in -.
future constitute a sort of simple !I I i! But, "every sweet b" its bitter." A !i SCHEDULE CANNOT BE Ap. : Higher in Price--Sometimes i

room for products: cf this section. The j!I couple! of years ago the writer received | SHORTENED, SAYS CAPPS v

Tribune"Besides adds the: large acreage of Ir-!j i H plat from of the the state State drainage Farm domain.engineer !1 ---.Continued- -From Pare 1.) e Higher in Quality;. -Always r

ish potatoes there will; be grown this On examination of the we find l to investigate the whole situation with .

year on the farm, two hundred acres I I i that the land lies in 40 different map sections j'a ,'ieto ordering the establishment | ,- ti o RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about i -''

cf sweet potatoes, one hundred of sugar of refrigerator express car transportation -j
t in eight of sections, only, : FAVORITE FERTILIZERSThey ,
several hundred of j for the berry !
cane and acres i there movement from
are no private owners, but of
corn, and rice. These latter will: this section. Immediately I' :.:
peas the 32: remaining sections the state upon receiving know and can testify as to THEIR QUAL-
be used in feeding the prisoners and I I the letter from Mr. Capps Mr. 4
as yet owns only parts, the contents J. R. DAVIS & :
stock. | !iii the aggregate: amounting: to 13,390: Matthews advised the Florida Railroad i SOLUBILITY, LASTING QUALITIES :

"It tukes 2/X-O pound.? of sweet poI' acres: more or !es, (the sections being j: Commission of its contents and asked STARKE, FLA.Strawberry : and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY to FLOR :
tatoes, barrels of flour, ;500 pounds; of unequal sizes). Ir.side cf the i i them to proceed at the earliest possible (.

of bacon, 400 pounds of com meal, domain are 03 40-acre lots (some of !' time with a hearing before the 0i :............. .......-..... : IDA SOILS :
2GO pounds of grits, 25 gallons of sy-1 i Interstate Commerce Commission.
rup and 2f pounds of coffee every dayat acres the owners l belonging! may own to private more than parties 40, Last Tuesday he received a letter from 2, :: Special Formulas for All Florida Crops i t

the farm and this, with the excep I entirely surrounded by the state's | the state commission saying that the | Refrigerator : : WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS :

tin of the flour and coffee, will be lands and other lots I i t preliminary steps for a hearing before ci

grown on the farm this year. The Ir.;f on many three sides by the are state's surrounded I the Interstate Commission had been i Boxes ji i Agricultural Chemicals,. Insecticides i

ish potatoes will. be a source of reve- !lands.' The state allows egress from taken and that the matter would be .. I

nue." j these lands, but the detours generallyto pressed forward as rapidly as possi .

How many spots are there in the! : be made to reach desired points, on ble.It Safes! : i Independent Fertilizer Co. !
world where everything needed for a'' account of the infrequency of roads seems plain that the railroads Refrigerators, MissienFurniture JjJ '

bountiful table except one or two articles handling Florida berries do JACKSONVILLE ITLA.MM *
!I across the state's lands and the right- not intend Porch Swings etc. !L ;
can be ? There is no doubt to voluntarily undertake i 4
grown '
an-j'e of road .
that even wheat could be profiabl.1! system lay-out prevailing marked improvement in their facilities any I t.... NN .N NHNN t. N..N.. !....
are very inconvenient, as a far- . .
grown here also, and if we cannot j mer will often have to tracers: a couple for handling the berry crop of this 'I BOAT BUILDING AND i ;r! !+ +H.H+H .h.H '!'!! (!.H.H.H.-r .!+!+H)' !)' .!-i:

grow coffee, we can grow tea. We of miles where section. It follows, therefore, that in I
surely have a good country with a c. mile was sufficient. The State a hearing before the Interstate Commission ,j Repairing A Specialty : Lime Rock Lime Rock Lime Rock :

healthful, delightful climate and good Farm, when all of it shall be fenced in, lies the only! hope of getting I
water. then, not make effortto such a service as the industry i
Why an will rob the cattle men of a large ter. needs. General Jobbing Tillage Implements j
attract capital, and while the investors ritory of free range and cause them If on a fall hearing of the matter the + : 1 ..

enrich themselves make our I much trouble keeping tab on their us Interstate then we Commission shall decides against i J. B. RONEY S l' There seems to le no prospect of getting a sufficient supply of Potash 't
We h'e'se.eral
own citizens prosperous. stock. simply to
All those
affected move |
boards of trade in the county; I and they hold that the recognizethis legislature along as best we can with such service i j- ;' f, for months to come.The Potash situation must h: met.-There never u'as ,

let them get together, formulate! plans should provide means for the as the railroads give us. I Kingiley it Road R 3.Roc 14 Sttrle. Ft.. ji a time 'mhen an abundance of Lime, good tillage ct>d proper supply of ammonia tiI ;

and work in unison to start the wheels state to buy them out at reasonable -- I t and
a ........... phosphoric acid if as so oL'eruhelrf ingly im l.lrtant. $ .
of prcgress rolling. price per acre, so that they could move To Cure Children's Colds. I ............... ,
:i I hate tbe Lime Rock and Tillage Implements. t'I
elsewhere. The proximity: child -
men Keep
arrayed c dry, clothe
Shoes at. Leviton's. comfortable To Drive Out Malaria
in stripes is, of coarse, not reassuring avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's And Build Up The I I: "Plow 'Deep and Cultivate Often." >

:. Found a Sure Thin : to the women and children I Pine Tar Honey. It 13 pleasant, soothing Take the Old Standard System : I

I. B. Wixon, Farmers Mills. N. Y., when the men folks! are away from antiseptic, raises phlegm and reduces -- TASTELESS chill TOXIC. You kS5 : Hardware De Will C. JoneS Farm Implements :t

has used Chamberiatn's! Tablets for I home. I I inflammation. The first dose what you are taking as the formula is ... .
and The opinion that the state should ,. relief printed .:.*.; .*. .%. .*. .* .*, .. .A .*.- .-_._-_ . ,..
i years for disorders of the stomach gives continued treatment with on every label, showing it is ; ; ; : +; :/o)' : ; / ; ; ; '> ; ; :.:.* :, ,;,;,.,},A,*.p.;+;.
liver and says "Chamberlain's Tablets pay county taxes on its property is proper care will avoid serious illness Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. I .. ..

are the best I have ever used." Ob- also becoming general. The loss of or a long cold. Don't delay treatment. The Quinine drives out malaria, the :

I' tainable everywhere.Read the tax on over 15.000 acres of land Don't let your child suffer. Get a bot o Iron builds alp he system 50 cents Small Facts About Horses. ; It Hurt Her Feelings

was a hard blow to the Bradford. county tle! today. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine Gray horses are the longest lived I Fond Parent to Teacher

the Tele1raph--$1.50 a year. exchequer. Tar Honey. 25c at druggists. [ Second hand furniture bought, sold and cream colored ones the most af. I loa't mark :XHce's! examples!
((2) and exchanged at the Variety Store. acted by temperature changes wy more. Sit is so secsitlPGE among



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O GOl' -roeaormeant- '0=0c .oeo LAWTEY W. 0. INSTALL


Interesting News Items From
Death of Mrs. Varnes-Other
I Brooker By Our RegularCorrespondent. 1.
Things That Are Happening All Over Florida Newsy Items From That 'I -.

2 As Told By Our Exchanges jj 0o Hustling City. BRONHIAmsi

=o'oco.oaoE; =: .o=o. ,oe 0 Installation of Officers of Magnolia STOM&H-AND ,
W. O. W. InstallationAt Lodge
AVON PARK.-Ten thousand book the breaking out of war in Europe. the regular meeting of Lawtey
lets of Avon Park, to contain not less This shows that business is recovering Camp No. 159, Woodmen of the World, (Woodman Magnolia Circle Lodge No. 59, of the CONDITIONS I OTHER AILMENTSiNO
held their annual
than sixteen pages will be printedand itself in spite of the continuance of last Tuesday evening the officers for I
meeting at the hall
distributed at an early date as a I the war and increasing of the numberof 1916 were installed, as follows: on Saturday evening -
result of action taken last week by belligerent countries.GAIXESVILLE.ew. Past Consul Commander, A. H. Har- when Mrs: T. B. Edwards was ini- HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
tiated into the of the order
mysteries ,
the Avon Park board of trade. ley.
Consul Commander, B. L. Blanchard after which the meeting was made ALWAYSREADYTOTAKE.ENCMVED
comers to public for the installation of the new-
ST. AUGUSTINE.-On account of Florida will find a great many of Adviser Lieutenant, L. L. Sappi: ly elected officers, as follows: ,

the freight congestion on the Florida their problems solved at the University Clerk, L. H. Hill. Past Guardian, Mrs Florence Varn-
East Coast terminal docks at Key of Florida Farmers'-Short Course, Banker, W. E. Torode. adoe. 4ien" ou' wan

West, big shipments of lumber are January 11 Jto 21. Florida conditionsare Escort, Henry Bennett. Guardian, Mrs. Alva Colson.

being sent to Cuba by schooner. Two radically digerent in some respects Watchman, V. R. Reddish. Adviser, Mrs. Annie Harrell. VISITING CARDS .

vessels have already left and others from those of any other state, and Sentry, A. M. Blanchard. Clerk, Mrs. Mattie Barry. WEDDING INVITATIONS I l.

will be dispatched as soon as they the lectures and demonstrations of Managers, David Durban, James ''l Banker, Miss; Rosa Barry. JTAllONFRY
and Marr.
can be loaded. the Short Course will be given from Shepard Attendant, Mrs. Rosa Pir.holster.

the Florida viewpoint. Disappointment Assistant attendant, Miss Cecil Ra- see -- "

ST. AUGUSTINE-According to figures dissatisfaction, and consider- Rev. R. 0. Wright filled his regular bon. i

of the manufacturers, over two able loss may be avoided by receiving monthly appointment at the Raiford Inner sentinel, :Mrs. Ada Forsyth.

million cigars were made in St. Augustine : instruction from authoritative sources. Methodist church, south last Sunday. Outer sentinel, Miss Bertie Hall- Bradford
in 1915. These figures, how Rev. T. B. Lawrence, the new pastor brook. County Telegraph

below those of of Lawtey M. E. church, arrived Manager, Mrs. Freeda Colson.
ever, are the year previous GREENLAND:-Architect M. C.
caused by the general business Greeley, of Jacksonville, has beenawarded here last Friday with his son, James, Physician, Dr. W. E. Middleton.
depression. It 'is reported that for a contract to draw plans fora and preached both morning and evening After the installation a bountiful
the month past the business has been factory to manufacture lire-proof last Sunday as per appointment,, supper was spread, when all present Aa ifW URT-&COLolsvleKy,1!

unusually: good. i iBARTOW..A material, which will cost somethin to large concrr,., tion*. feasted on all such good things as the : MANUFACTURING GORJVTElX ENGRAVE 5
Mrs. Lawrence and her
like $30,000, by the Greenland Town youngest ladies of Brooker are noted for pre-
: I and Improvement Co., of Greenland, daughter stopped over in Jacksonville paring on such occasions.Co Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent wit1i'Quality.
violently insane man : until Tuesday to visit another daughter .. .- '
barricaded himself in the attic of his ; the factory to be located here. It is who is teaching school in that ---' -..- -< .
home at Pebbledale, twelve miles from : understood that this is the first piece !,. !. W. T. Weeks, our worthy and

Bartow, one day last week after firing of work of a chain of improvements I. city.Miss; Clara Dennett and Eldridee efficient clerk of the circuit court, was Cut Your Store Bill
several charges from his shot gun and I to be made here. The architect will Ritch were visitors to Starke last Sat- on our streets last Saturday, shaking
wounding his brother-in-law. He was start at once drawing sketches for urday. hands with his: many friends. The I

starved into surrender, and removedto the mill. It is stated that the plaster Miss Mabel Colley, of Starke, was a Colonel is a candidate for reelectionand One HalfTens
the Bartow jail where he will be I I which will be manufactured is that of visitor to Lawtey last Thursday.Dr. will be retained by this neck of

examined by a lunacy commission a special brand just patented. I E. L. Biggs was visitor to the woods as such. a r

shortly. E. Williamson is the un- Jacksonville: last Thursday and Fri- Elder Allen Walker, the Seventh of thousands: of farmers as well as

fortunate man's name. GAIXESLLEWiIiamson! & Dennis day.Mr. Day Adventist, who is conducting a We carry all the leading varieties town and city folks cut down their store

who are agents for the big packing A. Rosenberg was transacting tent meeting in Alachua county, filled of bills one-half: .last year and saved moneyin

OP.LAXDO.-John McXeill, a negro,, house at Moultrie, Ga., have been shipping business in Jacksonville last Wednes the pulpit in their church here last spite of generally short crops and reduced
to that place an of three Sunday t oa large and appreciative FARM FIELD & GARDEN
killed! himself while hunting;: for coons average day.A wages.Absolutely.
southeast of the city fifteen or twenty cars of hogs each week for some time, I son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. audience. SEED
miles by hitting a coon with the butt and this ratio will probably be main- I S. Andrews Tuesday of last week. Mrs. J. H. Sowell is kiting her!' that have been tested and are millions of dollars were

of his gun. The top of his head was I tained for an indefinite period. Last I Mr. J. B. Dye was a visitor at the grandmother: Mrs. :McDavid at Rai- known to be especially saved and rmmtless families lived better

blown off. Sheriff Gordon and Cor- I week solid cars of standard size hogs : home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard ford. than ever before in the face of the cottun

oner Wm. Martin returned at noon I were shipped from Newberry. Alachua, i from Saturday to Tuesday. I Willie Forsyth celebrated his sev- adapted to Florida crisis and gt-TU-ral business depression.

from the scene after holding an in- I Morriston and Montbrook, and this I )Ir. James Shepard vas a visitorto I enth birthday on Monday. All of his soil and climate How were these burdensome store bilk
week has been from Jacksonville last little friends were invited to a sump-
one car shipped Thursday. ,
cf the -
The verdict jury was r --
quest. cut down? Hy the real moneysavingpower
that death was caused by the dischargeof each of the following places: Lowell, I School Superintendent W. H. Bies; tuous repast, which was quite a crowdof ;
home gardens, rightlyplanted
the in his own hands. I Trenton and Raleigh. The car at the of Clay county, was visiting relative'; little folks. His presents were Poultry Ft-cd. Supplies Incubators of pocd

gun I last named place was loaded by T. I here last Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. numerous and highly appreciated.Mr. Etc. Conkey's and an l kert planted and tended

I Jennings Cone, who operates a large W. J. Chandler, of South Orange J. Shriver and Mr. J. M. Shaw through the season.
OAK-The annual election of Pratt's Remedies.
LIVE hog and stock farm at Raleigh. New Jersey, is spending a few will go to Jacksonville on Wednesdayon -- Hastings 1916 $ced Catalogue tells how:
officers for the Florida Baptist con- weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. a business trip. ,
stoochills down tells about -
list t3 cut ; ; garden
held Wednesday morningand Write for weekly price
was W. F. Godwin. Postmaster T. R. Collins' son, Julian !-
PLANT CITY. With Joseph lizell.of and farm seeds of kinds and a quality -
the following gentlemen were Messrs. A. M. Blanchard! E. E. Bur- and daughter, Miss Mary, and G. and! catalogue.E. .
N. A. Blitch of Tallahassee Arcadia, as president and George that cannot: be bought from your mer-
elected: Hon. ney, Henry Bennett and A. A. Stokes B. Colson motored over in Suwannee
reelected president; E. Sanford, Booth, of this city as manager, a number took in the one mill dinner at Jacksonville county last Sunday to visit Mr. Col- chant or dru glst It's full of garden and J

of Winter Haven, and Judge Ira J. I of cattlemen in this section have last week. lins' sister, Mrs. Parks Lipsey, whois .\. MARTIN SEED CO., farm infornMtion. It's free if you ask t

Carter, of Jacksonville, vice presidentsC. : banded into a stock company and propose Mr. G. E. Wilkinson, of Highland,, quite sick and not expected to re 206 East Bay Street, for it. Writt for it now H.C.HASTINGS ;
Land reelected t to establish a packing house in was in Lawtey Tuesday evening.
L. Collins De recording -
Mr. W. T. Gill, freight claim agentof cover. Florida. CO., Atlanta;Ci.-Advt.)
I capitalized at $100
and treasurer J. W. Tampa. They are Jacksonville, .
secretary : Mr. J. M. Manning, our contractor, : r-
Lines Char-
Piedmont Northern at ".
i 000 of which is said to be paid \
Senterfitt, of Jacksonville, assistant lotte, N. C., was a guest at the home of has contracted with Mr. E. M. Hazento .
in and to do house '
secretary. I propose a packing his sister, Mrs. H. C. Peace, several enlarge and add another story to ( (5) r--
business that will utilize some of the
days last week. his residence. Work will commence ES
\'ILLE.-The Standard! cattle now shipped out of the state Mrs. John Howe, of Kingsley, is a soon as Mr. Manning can put the ma- COFFINS, CASKETS ..
JACKSO of Oak- and at the same time fill some of the guest at the home of her daughter,, terial on the ground. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Ahd a full line of j jUndertakers'
American Dredging Company,
great demand for meat that makes Mrs. A. A. Smith. + f
land Cal., have their mammoth dredge Tampa such an important adjunct of Mr. A. A. Smith is spending a few Prof. A. J. Thomas and Miss Mamie + f Supplies
which is to be employed in the work days fishing in Kingsley lake this Pinholster, teachers of the Pine Hill I
houses of Kansas
the great packing hand. The Lest
of removing rock from the bed of St. week. school, wish to announce that the : Always on ser
John's river at various points, alreadyat City and Chicago.PERRY.On Miss Jennie Wilson and Mr. C. W. school will close next Friday, and din- FORSALEf vice at the lowest prices. Special '

work. The contract has also been Woodley, of Jacksonville, spent Sun- ner will be served on the grounds. All + attention to telegraph orders. -
let to the same company for the Sunday morning on day at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. patrons are especially invited to come +

dredging work that is to be done at the outskirts of Perry a white man by Wilson. Rosier of the Raiford and bring well filled baskets and make + 40 acres on Lawtey and Lake f. Registered EmbalmerDeWllfcTjONES
Mr. J. B. section -
St. Lucie inlet. This particular work the name of Sheppard was found unconscious was a business visitor to Law the day an occasion to be long remem- + Butler road, 3 miles west of fLawtey

will cost about $90,000 and will be I evidently having been hit in tey last Saturday.Mrs. bered. + ff
begun about May 1st. the head, and his pockets rifled. Mr. 0. L. Thomas was visiting relatives .. The Bradford County Singing Convention +
I Sheppard died Monday morning without in Jacksonville last Wednesdayand will convene at the Free Will + 25 acres on Lawtey and Highland of I Suc'sr to :(j. C. Livingston & Co

of having regained consciousness. Thursday.Mr. Baptist church at Miller on the Second + road, "National Highway." fOnehalf Starke Fla.
EUSTIS. Since the opening Every effort was turned to find the R. Tanksley, of Jacksonville,, Sunday in February. Everybody invited + mile north of depot. 4: [ ,

eleven! miles of sand-asphalt roadways guilty party and crowds were busy was transacting business in Lawteylast to attend and join with us, !irrespective + $600 cash terms. --. '
Grand Island (3 or
from Eustis to trying to run down the culprit. Tues- week. oi denomination.Our .J + if .
miles) and Altoona (8 miles) there Miss Rebecca Whitehead came up
Sheriff Parker fellow townsman Col. R. H. .
morning a
both by day and night, from Starke and spent a day or two 20 acres on Lawtey and Hirsh- -
may be seen skating von I negro, who confessed to the crime im- with relatives in Lawtey last week. Green, informed us that his daughter + land road, "National Highway." 4

throngs of young people both for pleasure ;ipl cating two other negroes The Mr. G. T. Pearce was in Jackson- Miss Ruth, who underwent an opera + One mile north of Lawtey. About H. C. RICHARD ]
these smooth highways It,is wonderful to sheriff, fearing that there would be ville last week as a delegate to the tion in Jacksonville, is still at the hos- + six acres cleared. $600 cash or -4: I
and on errands. lyching should it be known that he had I Grand Lodge of F. & A. M. pital, but is fast recovering. + terms 4 I
witness this sport, at all times, but the negroes, rushed them to Fenhollo-I Miss Ether Wilson has returned Dr. L. L. Lamb came near having a + -I General Insurance
think of roller skating on the public train' home from Hawthorne, where she has
way in a car where he caught a serious accident while calling on a pa- + I. H. HILL. -I .
hither and several weeks with his
highway, the skaters hardwood flying floor. and took them to Jacksonville for been sister spending Mrs F. W. Webb. tient. In turning his car he backedit + Lawtey Florida. .* I represent none but FIRST
thither if a '
as upon safekeeping. Mrs. W. H. Miner, of Starke was in a ditch near the roadside and + CLASS companies and will be "

j the guest of relatives in Lawtey last in lifting the car from the ditch he +
MARIANNA.-COI. N. F. Thompson J UXSOX.-Another murder mystery week. sustained quite an injury to his back.G. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 interests. Guarantee promote f'
and Mr. J. Virgil Smith, of Bir- has developed in this county. Mrs. Charles S. Hill, of Palmetto,, B. Colson is determined to own a yoJf
ingham, are in the i-ity n the interestof the is laid in Marcus is spending a few days at the homeof Ford. After selling one last week, he courteous treatment to all pa- t
time 1
peanut oil plant whih they exp(' '. : scene Mrs. Helen M. Hill. 1-cught again: from Dr. Maines, of I Whenever You Need a General Tonic trons. A well written policy bya
a of the Blackwaterriver
establish here if they succeed in sufficiently -. Basin, an estuary Messrs. E. J. Roberts and W. E. To- Lake Butler.T. Take Grove's first-class agent in a first- j
to between Milton and Bagdad. A .
visiting in St. George, ,
interesting local: capital. were P. Ward is conductiie .1 meat The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless class corapany sometimes means
boat belonging to Josh Johnson, was last Thursday and Friday. I
the bollweevil in market in the stand recently vacatedby chill Tonic is equally valuable as a much rase .
of in. of fire.II
With the advent found adrift in the Basin sometime Miss Florrie Terry spent from Friday General Tonic because it contains the ; oss by .f'
this the largest cotton producing sec- Sundath blood marks on its sides to Sunday with friends in Starke.Mr. Lenis Shaw. well known tonic propertiesof QUI Th Band
tion of Florida, considerable attentionis and water-; in the bottom tinged red. Arnold Crews, of Lakeland, was Mrs. ,H. I... Lewis and childrn r.neviitin IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives H. C. RICHARD, Starke j r
being given to diversification of The supposition is that Johnson was visiting relatives in and near Lawtey
crops and peanuts will be: extensively shot Saturday night between 7 and S last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. visitor to H. Hall, at Orange Heights. Builds up the Whole System. V;) cents .. !, 1.
H. D. was a '
planted this year.KISSIMMEE.Congressman.. o'clock, as the report of gunshotswere Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. )1r. L. G. Dubose, of Worthington, I

heard at that time in that direc- Henry Bennett was a visitor to visited his brother here last Sunday, Invigorating& to the Pale and SicklyThe Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day

W. J. tion. The body had not been found at Gainesville the first of the week. Mr. W. R. Dubose. Old Standard truest strengthenlne! tonic. Year drugeiniI: refund money if PAlO
Sears on Wednesday of last week pre- this writing. Sheriff Harvell is active Sam Addison, of Jacksonville, was GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC.drw ou. OINTMENT jftils; to cure anT cue of Itch ng.
the visiting relatives in and near Lawteylast Malaria.enricheJtne blood.andbaildsuptlie sys B.ind.: R\et\ i-tif or PrTtrnint Pilts in 6 toH da"%
the house while mem- and has all his machinery to workto Read the .
sided over put Telegraph-$1.60 a vear -* .
and Sunday.Mr. tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. SGc The" :;)ti lIiVCl Ems. +at &rst b'c.
bers were discussing the important clear it up. John! Spriggs, a .suspect Saturday. Zack Roberts, of Starke was ..,.
subject of water conservation and public is held in jail. Spriggs, it is visiting relatives in Lawtey last Sat- -==
lands. So far as is known this is said. enticed Josh's wife away from urdaf. :: it,

the first time in the history of Congress 1 him, but just why he should want to Mrs. Olin Bopgess was shopping in ,

when a man who has: been in kill Josh gets us. However, Sheriff Starke last Friday.

the house for only a month has been I j Htrvell will straighten it all up. Mrs. James Lowery is spending a WEGlVE PMIT-SHAMNGGOWONS
called upon to preside over its de- I few days at the home of her father in
that Congressman Glen St. Marys.Mr. .
liberations. It is reported ST. ':; "; .-With a roll of and Mrs. W. L. Goodfellow. of

Sears gave every evidence 1 bills in his pocket, James O'Brien wasI Mounds, Tenn., arrived here last Saturday
while in the chair of being: another I I arrested: Saturday aft.erroo:1 while soiici'ing : and will spend several weeks Reduce the Hii Cost of Living

Champ Clark.! [ alms from residents. The mar with relatives.Mr. .

I [I had only ore arm i(ut otherwise was Ike Starling was transacting by Trading with

II.UII.-The Miami papers contain [sound and ablebodied. He went to the business in Starke last Friday.
Miss Rose Mary Hull was a visitorto
advertisements for bids en the con- I!I home: of Patrolman Lawson and begged Jacksonville last Saturday.Mrs. A A

struction of the Tamiami Trail, thereat i for mor.ey. Chief Easters also Eva Ellis, of Fernandina wasa S v sf'r r r S
cross-state highway through the I heard of him begging at other homes guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Everglades from Miami on the Atlantic -i and had him locked up. In munipicalcourt M. Padgatt last Sunday.Mr. K K

coast to Tampa on the Gulf c ast. O'Brien admitted that he had L. H. Hill was transacting business '
All bids must be in the hands of the been be gir.g. When asked why hew in Starke last Friday. FOR FORO

Dade county commissioners by February ?? be!?girr ."ht':!. according to his News reached here on the 13th inst.
3; and work on the read will own admission he had 833 in cash in of the death of Mr.:G. M. McCully, at O

begin early in March. The bonds are his pocket, he said: "The cost of living Bauxite, Ark. fellowtownsmanlr.Mr. MeCully was the. U U
father of our
being advertised for sale! and is high and I have been paying 40
John B. McCully, and was a residentoof R R :
bids on these will probably be openedby cents for a meal three times a day.I Lawtey a good many years ago, :. ,,
the commissioners when they meeton must eat. I always like to have a coming here from Tennessee. The deceased -

January 20. little reserve fund on hand in case of was lacking just three days of CATALOG CATALOG

emergency:' The man was handing being 95 years of age.

TALLAHASSEE. another indi- out cards on which was printed a pit- The death of Mrs Nancy Varnes oc- !
of has iful appeal for help. Acting Judge curred at her late home about one anda BROWN'
the return
cation of
been announced at the offices of the Cook pave O'Brien a sentence of 10 half miles west of Lawtey on Jan- J. S.
loth at the of about 80
Florida Railroad Commission, in Tallahassee days at hard labor but suspended it on uary Mrs. Varnes born and f
that the Louisville and Nashville ccnditicn that he would leave town on years.raised in Clay county was and has livedin CAll TODAY AND IIMSTIGATE HOW YOU CAN PROCURE BEAUTIFUL.AND USEFUL

Railroad in Florida had a net increase the morning short. He left here to go Clay and Bradford counties all her ARTICLES REDEEMING OUR COUPONS CERTIFICATES ISSUED WITH f-

of business in September to Tarpon Springs. life. The remains were interred in the ''''
1915, over the face month in Evergreen cemetery, Sunday, January E.VER.YCASH PURCHASE" _* .*> *ft'J..i-' ''' !:. .

Read the TelecrapS1.50 a year. 16th.
followed closely
1914, however, upon



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c" live and produce another crop the j The Telegraph's announcement colnnn : Political Announcements :nn

Local lad Lug DUUKC PbcacNimberM following year. How many years the [ : this week contains the ap;>!kaI t 4 n
; grass will grow from ore seeding ]snot I Lion of ive new. candidates for public *
I yet known. On strong land with-1 I favor. ,MIMMMMMMIMMMM ,

t.- oat fertilizer it win give two to three A. D. Andrews" who has made a Cary aetc re ass one iae is :.crrth [7;:

Pubucad.IisLed wetkly aM eR1ered u cuttings yielding two to two good record as a neater of the note.e wordi' ] be p biibK :rider t I heap ;
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: date o! ria 'fer.ft ci: t:2 I: +7 GOLD kOLO
1 eiitt Bauer at the .....tt and a half Un.!. The grass be rg clean, of representatives: wishes! to a..c.ce.dI 'rcm: 1;-e for IS. A proporieare .. :
is I another .:: on the political ladder ..:1 k made for tb tion+l .;.
it -
straight close and .mor.n, easily i' eaye
r- at Stub, Flwisb.t i and become our next state senater. The I tacal r.ru of a roes brier COl<
cut cured and baled, and the good I|I I outlook for Mr. Andrews looks eacouraging -I iu:. A=B C=* E*U fees a-t payab:.
i.t S. MATTHEWS, Esiitw u4 Oner appearance of the hay cakes it sell Read his letter to the' voters., caret tad Ua nt> wg act U carted.u

,t AsMtiaU Edit.. easily at $25 per tD:. ,|I D. F. McDonald of Lake Butler. I rot CLEM aicnr '
tL E. It U probable, that on account cf .tw candidate for representative: ; He; I nnteVhZj aaaozse IT: e a< '.
our clammy coil two seasons of the is well known by our people as an' en-1 I Use office of On! of the Circa:
terpriiinr and intelligent raaa.wbo' b- 1tr !00'Cfi Coaaty sad writ JOG f M
CoL T. J. Appkrard ij a candidate grass is all that we man expect from the priJlury eSectk U bot he'a ctI the ;
for letate at large to the combgdetaoeratie oct seeds*.. Yet atlas not unlikely, serves events and knows the> needs of t j.f, Jane. ItI'I ate es oorMe4 t.* .
this section. If elected he will make received
eoarentioa at St. Lams but 'probaWethat by means of a suitable i race by the S sonar a vote N911 [rrullt7W oa t1K
.. an active member of the legislature. j the! eection. *t with rime
.u.t or scree A$ YtAfT plrtstac ttT.
No ODe doubt tkit Tom" ii a democrat implement the> ground nay be Prof. F. G. Schell and E..R, Poppellano'2te frwn' we Mwiuf PDII&ry ia order toI
and he should be lade a dele loosened up every spring) for the ben- themselves as candidates for i!'rspport I baBj of ia ferird.fa tb* partY u: weJ were u "*.p-

gate. eSt of the grass, and then one seeding / the ofEce of school ruperintendat, The i nted din, that e&1P&ir.In
may suffice for several years. And \ former I! serving his second J term as-r j b:.aires, wit 1M of wi:. if I Am IQ The financial resources of the Federal

: The Ford expedition if the ground can thus be stirred, the superintendent and his qualities are lt< eicm awrttoQS t:tBtiea tod eo ; government
peace u corrected tin Tie r >ri oncer air: r are exemplified?; inNewYorK
and amended, when they armed grass may be pastured after the last well known. Mr. Poppell is known as I tone -- of the prominent teachers of the tU 2 + ;LJ. by the within
tiol h pabie
the met and welcomed ratting of the season, as the packing g
at Hague, were C.
J Read his platform, in
by the royal zoological and botaniealsociety. of the ground from the treading of the column. I I i this magnificent building .at the head

Ii it postible! that the stolid cattle can be remedied. The grass is''I II County Commissioner J. L. Urxier- rr.kn I ;hrrcby to aena'.nce the cf-te ayscif of Or a tf uti tfce of Wall Street < S

Hollanders pois s-a sense of hszor I aid to have a good hold in the ground hill announces his candidacy for reelection |.I Coat tcb.vK to the action of the ,
after aH ? and to not be easily! extirpated. in today's Telegraph. ilr.;'pony a tfe* pnnnry *:>e.jon to be h!-: CI.In much the same way the financial
5th. 1J1'. P>JiE* to tfc* PP: of B
I I Natal grass has, apparently, come to Underbill has made a creditable rec.i -a Scocety won Ero. Thos. C. Merchant, of the Madios stay arid is taking a quicker hold than i j ord and will have strong support for to the bofc,* of the eS.ce. I r esptc-.f "
Er.terpriiEeeord, w announced j any other vegetable product ever introduced re-election. No one has yet been spo-'I fcrt theta wlpo= by the worn arid activities _;
I ken of as a candidate in opposition to! W. T. of this banK. .
. himself as a candidate to the democratic to the state. Therefore, fora i

I national convention from the few years t* come, the seed will be I him.Mr. F. A. Scott who made his i I FOR REPRESENTATIVE j
formal ,, To li. Dtw-c'a't Earns of :- HOur; deposits represent the thrift and '
second eor. resiipnal diitrict. Bro. scarce and high priced. For this reason announcement as candidate for Honda- ;
i ty.
Merchant U a good democrat and a i those who wish to cultivate this I school superintendent a couple of( I hereby announce mYH:.5 a cadi prosperity of the people of the community .

cafe rran to send to the convention I. grass in the future should start on a wed ago, publishes his platform in 'of OROCP RrrenuiTfecf ONE. for r-r Bradford
and he should be chosen for this important small scale and grow their own seed. another column. The new candidatesfor ufcxt to t e action of the 1IOC confidence of the in
poiltion.Cot Provided the land U sufficiently well! this office evidently mean to do;; mars to k* bed: in Jsne. 1J15- public the safety ;
their full! duty if elected. | I rwp tfaiy solicit to* isppcrt ef and responsibility of this
drained there can be no risk in planting : j cootie elrttcre.: and proiaii if !iCIIIiu J
R. W. Stom, edrtoTc of the L>- an acre or two of the grass. Go to Lane's and hat ''elect-: to faithfully &jefe t** d-
Funiak Springs Breeze,"U a candidatefor cost get your atj iSCOTTS ;rthe i oT! .ce. JOE HILL wILLI. C[ Our wish is that all of tho people of

.. the_. lUte. senator .for.his, district CARD TAKE PUBLIC.To I I 'r riy: account mytl a uldi I the community may bb' numbered i
nomination for the
MT. aiorrs 15 one 01 the tearless editors PLATFORM o :
among those whose
/ Rp"f'*ctatiYe in tbe Lurss'-awre: from savings are
who fights for what he believes to ford toll!!:". subject to the action ef th .
l< right and we would like to see him the citizens of Bradford county: Tp the Democratic voters of Bradford i' cC'a.tic primA ruction to be held growing with us. The savmg habit is ,
I am today making formal announce. tth 14K. I reopoKtfaUy Nci the 'II; best insurance
U-d.-WaacbuIa Advocate. So County:- a your policy for the
naywe jaH rnteri at said Democratic Irtw:
of for the
too, Bro. Gooliby. We cannot ment my candidacy office During my thirty years residence in! ,' promise a faithful! discharge ef icy t:: years to come. :;
have too good of Superintendent of Public Instruct Bradford county: I have been associated am bonoral with! nomination and ** t

in the legislature.Red many r.ewgpazcsr men tion. I have not been hasty in this with our schools, as pupil, teacherand ,1" A.S.CR
8 matter because I felt that the time : patron. In this three-fold relationship I hereby announce myte'.f a -!:
blood: not milk and water has was BO far off that the citizen would! I'I' it has been my privilege to, Croup One for rpreMBtative in the .

made our nation what it is. We do not get tired of being hindered from their study our problems, progress and opportunities Lem tsre. tabjeet to the action of the
in the democratic primary edition to :
wish to become a military nation, butwe daily labors through such a long drawn in educational work. Per-I on June I naps never in the history of our great fo; attention to the duties of the office iQatJ! '
should be enabled to hold our own, campaign. state have the business '"'
men so at* my utmost endeavor to act for :
should occasion arise. Trying to kill I shall present my claim to this office great an interest in our public school interest of all: concerned. UX

( out the fighting instinct of the nation I under the following: work as today. The theory period is D. F.

by: eliminating all allusions to our 1. I shall keep my office at the passing rapidly. What the people want FOR COUNTY "

; ; wars and victories, as some advocate, courthouse. and demand is practical results. I I respee fully annocnee myself a
'. ask careful consideration of the for the office of Superintendent of SC : f
would rob us of one of our great incentives 2.1 shall be in FAro office on Monday
Bradford: county, and tolicit .
your 'UPfo
for progress, the knowledgeof and Saturday of each week. principles: th* primary eWtion to be heed on th* I f
1. I stand for
l' a glorious past. 3. I will do the"otk in the office practical educational Jan*. 1916. Died ring mtyelf. if a II
iirogress. Our children are worthy of :
faithfully! dtfchartre my djtio.
myself, thereby eliminating the hire
the best school methods
and are en- O. I-
We have received a well gotten up of a clerk to be paid from the county's titled to the modern school conveniences. -
booklet: about Osceola county and her funds. If said clerk is needed the pay I hereby announce myself a i I
the olTice of County Su >enctendent of ,
resources, issued by the commissioners will come from the salary of the of 2. In selecting teachers it shall be Inftruetion. tubject to the action of the
of that county. Osceola has the mot fice. my endeavor to give scholarship its oeratie primary election to be held on

progressive board of commissioners in 4. I shall once each year make an true merit, but character and-fidelity fth. lilt. I rcifuly! solicit the i ;
the state, and to their liberal adver- annual statement of the moneys passing to service shall always have their just the cotes at laid pnicary.F. A. .

tising through booklets and by sendingthe recognition. : ,
through laid office, so that the .
3. In the personal visitation "of the I hereby announce myself a &: I I '
local _
to home-
papers prospective people will know where their money schools, the physical comfort'of. the rye office of County Superintendent of ,
seekers in other states, is doe Ia R goes. pupils as well as the methods of teaching lic Instruction subject to the action ,t ,

large measure the rapid settling up ( 5. I shall endeavor to create and ., would have my personal contidtr- ing democratic to the people primary prompt on June courteous 4th.. l1H.and : I j '.

of the county by good citizens. operate a "Teachers' Training" school, ation. ful dispatch of their business if \ '. I 1 :.
( giving Bradford teachers I 4. In all plans for school development respectfully solicit the support of the r
THE GOVERNMENT IS NO GUARDIAN county pre at Rid primary. E. R.
: the school trustees supervisor When Want Mule
ference in employment. I shall offer or you a Horse
FOR .GttMPHEADSThe my services as one of the faculty of would be _freely consulted. It would I hereby announce myself for = .i :
be my desire to know fully the wishesof the office of County Superintendent of
-- -:- said school the people. ., ef Bradford county and respectfully

massacre of a dozen venture- 6. I will use my best efforts to raise o. It shall be my endeavor to increase your rotes in the Jane primary. If eee! : Buggy or Wagon a '

some Americans in Mexico recently, I the !standard of rural schools, by girt the efficiency of our. sthoel li- will growth endeavor of our to schoois hold and in results increase and the ; petofHar-f

created another mid howl among the |iing the best trained teachers that can oraries by adding' such books that to the children of the county.
be had. would help the pupil to read and thinkon F. G. i
jingoes war and bloodshed.: Let
'em howl 7. I shall use every means at my life.the practical things of everyday -... FOI TAX COLLECTOR. (2)h come to see us. i F .1

The loss of human life in any man : command' to establish a system of I hereby announce myself a & ,
6. As to financing the school inter- re-election for the office of Tax : !
per or for any reason, is to be regret i "Home Economics" in every school in ests, I shall always advocate a conservative Bradford county subject to the action ( I

'. ted, but: the government cannot be expected the county. plan. In building, let com Democratic primary of June 6. 191*. ; 'I
to act as guardian for people I 8. I shall offer my best brain effort fort and efficiency be the principal 1 the miss people if *
who have no gumption or regard for to elevate the standard of public edu- factors. As to teachers' salaries paya B. )I. I

their own lives and safety. I ction. reasonable salary and you have aright customers the benefit of
The jingoes expect the governmentto 9. I shall at all times be a friend to to expect and demand an efficient I hereby announce COUNTY myself JUDGE.u a ; I

call out the dogs of war every time the parent and teacher alike, but my service. I would recommend following for reflection to the office of County I the lowest prices.
such conservative business of Bradford county subjen to th I
motto shall be "Educate the Child. I
of adventurous '
one our citizens getson the
methods that the taxpayers' interests Democratic primary June 6th. 1S1* .
,a belligerent_vesseljiipgwamunitions r With the above statements, I submitmy would be protected. '- promise if elected to rive the sam : -

through! dangerous,.waters candidacy to you and solicit your 7. In my judgment the work in:the tare tendon u to in the the duties put. of the office in th I '; ,.. .;

if such vessel meets with disaster. support at the coming primary. office of the County Superintendent of CEO. A. CARDINERFOR I -.. I 1I

The president warned Americans to Very.respectfully, Public Instruction records, reports I j

get: out of Mexico more than a yeaago. r ., 'E.- --R.---POPPELL.CANDIDATE business, receipts-in should he sut fact rnnvnntlv,all items or.of i. .rwreoy COUNTY announce CO myself) (ISSIOSER.a J. W. Amlrews & Son $
The toontsCommissioner
state of anarcbyexisting] for district No. 2 < I I
;'. there is known to alL Yet some of our I FOR SENATOR ranged desired that information the publiC quieldy.Thechairman secure aH i the Butler.voters, and of respectfully the district: solicit at the the coming I .. .1 i:

l i:' people persist in rushing in where of each respective board of mary If elected I promise to : t .J
angels and devils would have no hankering To the citizens of Bradford county: trustees should receive eckmonth dunes tk interest of the of office all the impartially and to I'
to tread. For some, time past | have made no the financial statement of fcls district K. J. always ANDREWS.rhereby at

If people with the same disregard secret of my desire to represent the I hold a diploma from onef the best -;

.. for danger should persist in falling fifteenth senatorial district in our business colleges in America.:: With r- lctwn to announce the offiee myself of County a C > .............MM..fr* .+..++ into the lake and drowning themselves, state senate I am n-ow making my my experience in the school Tooray as a kncr for c! !!!ricteo.. 4 .Starkej.
the jingoes, to be consistent, would formal announcement as' a candidatefor teacher, my knowledge ofbusiness the duties of the office were new to
have The
I i I methods and my careful observation tried to serve the best interests Children's
have to start a movement to drain all this offiee-.of honor and trust. It of school work as a patron-i ;these Tslnet and the county at lanre. Education i

the lakes. will be recalled that when I first en- -uld prove helpful in tbe work of better etpenenc llervie I have in the had I feel that I can

The government provides asylums tered county politics jt was as a can- school supervision. Many of you have I shall ul"tainly' always future strive and if >
for people who are incapable of look- didate for senator. .The fortunes of known me from childhood. My record beat for all concerned. On this to basis do *fc properly educate the ctyldren is often |

ing after themselves. That ought to the game were against me that time is before you. If you see fit to honorme licit- the votes of the democrats of the '

be sufficient.-Arcadia Enterprise. I Four years later I was elected to the with the responsibility which I --- J. L. UNDERBILL.FOR highest
house of representatives and have seek, it shall be my honest endeavor SHERIFF. | aspiration "of the, mother. |
NATAL GR to show I hereby
served two terms my appreciation, not only inwords announce myself a .
you as a represen- re-election to the office .
but in senice.Respectfully of Sheriff of
tative. While I appreciated this hon. eounty. I have dUring Bank !
submitted.. deuored t3 faithfully my encumbency making a Accoimt one of the |
; From Green Cove Springs comes or and have enjoyed serving you in F. A. SCOTT. sheriff. and hope that discharge my -
my work has i
i the cheering news that the Southern the lower house I have still not for- approval of the public: to the extent _
| Cattle Feeding:"Company; who lately gotten my ambition to go to the sen- STRAWBERRY SHIPMENT. hope mary.for If a re-sleeted rood .opport I at the coming : requisites of household management j i|

bought of the Dowling-Shands Company ate. Your senator's second term having -' ... a. hitherto and will endeavor promise to as do good better .

25,000 afrw-of wild land, are expired, and he having made it Tuesday afternoon fourteen bushel Yo Ml'ffore I respectfully solicit your have realized
I j fencing the entire area and have 200 'known that he would not be a candi- crates of strawberries left Starke. S. B. DENMARK.FOR |: women their greatest ,

at work date for re-election, this has appearedto *
men clearing and stumping Four of these were put in a refrigerator I hereby SESATOR. :
6.000 acres for forage crops, such as me as an opportune time to renew ; and consigned to F. G. Peebles, Stat Senator announee from the myself a candidate \I : t
corn velvet beaM, chufas my candidacy for the senate. I am, D6tritt 'Bradford :
pinders, potatoes Newcastle, Pa., and sent by J. M:Tru- of the count", .ubjt't to the ,
natal etc. for feeding therefore, making my announcementwith democratic voters U I *
grass to by, who also shipped three bushels primary expressed at
cattle and hogs. .* the hope that it will meet with open express. Three f' the crates by rlPt'ctfulIy election solicit to the be support held on of June : is gladly given our Officers J

This tract located"' not far from the approval of my fellow-citizens and were consigned to Atlanta at laid primary and promise! my tJt' \ .
Starke and shows that things are com- that my ambition will be gratified.As to Jacksonville, Daytona and and seven Palm'ceacn. tc'd'I tention to the duties of the o/fice !if I all always ready to render seri
__ : A. D- ANDREWS.: | courteous
ing our way. We have plenty of room a member of the house of representatives h '-. u no cold weather 1 .
for similar enterprises and they will I have endeavored at all I strawberry comes LOST. '

invade our vicinity'' 'sooner or later. times to act for the best interests of I. in earnest. shipping will soon begin: -' Janyaryl6th5: one white male They will be glad t to see you. i i;

But many of our farmers are so situated our county and I believe that I have black'ears' left side of paw black .

that they can practice the modern not been accused of going very far 1:. D. C. MEETING. months oh, medium size. Reward T

way of cattle and hog raising and wrong in my ; U best tinder. Df. J. P." 'l'omlinson,
elected la.
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we urge all who can' to do so. for us. If I am the senateI The- .r.- _--- County Bank I
Daughters of the -----
shall duties'there Confederacy -----
This gives us occasion to say a few give to. my the will meet next For
% words! about the new forage, natal same careful attention that I have Wednesday, February
grass, which; has taken several counties tried to give to my duties as a repre 2nd,and at three o'clock,' with Misses T : As soon fs art attack of Organized 1889 |
sentative. son Frtpp, at the residence of Mi. begins .
in South Florida by storm, and L. C. PowelL apply'Siaari'q Liniment:

I whose value. is'already. so. well established With cordial thanks to you for the .. i, waste' time ands sufcr'_ : : : : Florida I

.. that many banks m the state honors already bestowed on me and agon)'. A few drops of Sloan'. .

offer to loan money on crops of such soliciting your support at the primaryon ''be reader HM Reward, $100 ment on the affected parts is aU ................ .../H..Ie 11N1NN.NHH1.N

grass. We urge all who are willing t 0 June 6th, next, I am, teMd to lean of that this paper -m lie need. The pain goes at once.
treaded tteut icfence tealeast one % fm 1.f .I .
do a little experimenting to plant some Yours very truly, able to that s peed "'u c.ut EunererT tes: "I u ,\
cure ta all
t of it. We have gathered the following A. ANDREWS., Catarrh. HalTi Catarrh lu Mares curs. and is the that ealr t. suffering for three Weeks with ch ALLIGATOR FOR PET. and tinajJy: succeeded inj buying a -
information about natal grass. IIOI1Uve cur BOW known to the medical rheumatism and stiff neck three foo--
CANDIDATE: FOR SHERIFF. Eraumlty. Catarrh belnr a reptile at a reasonable price.
It i4..planted'like timothy and resembles disease. DlUt1Ittoraa1 tried many medicines
a they failed
eoUUtuUoul }
Hafl'., treatment I has presented the Dallas During the trip home the Pullman
it very much but is more nutritious catRrh Cast fa tQeQ In- was under the care of
and better liked by stock. It J. F. Williams, a prominent 'citizenbe"werterrr : ad tan.aDy.aettnc.4lll'ect17 muceut surfaces flf the UllOa the.hlaod tunately I heard of Sloan's a doctor. live, three-foot alligator, porter ijefused I to associate ,,"ith.WiIls'
system from Florida It which
there- brought pee taste for
will not dp;wHl on low, noody.drainedland i of part of the'county> was ebb oying the toaDdattOIa of the dI and after using it three or four '
i' but requires sandhill br wtU]: in towr"Tuesday lnd'told'tfte T le- bulldtnc up the couUtuUoD th .>> and bY *m up and ?&* I-am employed# intention to g\.e.it\ to car firturjij, and had the alligator mov-..
i ed to the -
f drained pine land. ,It Is propagated. rrt ph that he will be a candidate for nature III dome eta work. The swom as ton the biggest department store in S. :., Here's: .9) JJiViIf>i i 'arrage car*. .

f' t,..' by seed; aD J Dqa.foarsOlnfy.fiSem,'. !sh< rff oflefoMT'the next primary and bate era tbat es much titer etrw filth ODe III Ita Hundred euratl1'e ow- where they employ from six to : relatilesiT oqh 'IV lI;: ;$kt.gli for the alligator there was .
:! \
jJ pounds per acre. isirequiredandftbeground vil ;soon make his formal announcerfent. for sap ewes that It file t. eun.DoII&N Scarf hundred hands and hey <; rs.j>.U tphe reckoned with! 'Mrs. .
n.t of a surely he .deemed tp apturg ,, i wills! .ibjttiedto htving the,parlor rug
"if must be deeply broken and wellpalveriicd. "Mr. Williams has many friends 0L4 ftqP.l.CDXn dOd. hear about. Sloan's Liniment.-H. ; JIt1t.
,O1oIt" ,* it home and it. used for food.
. It stools out so as to kill \\illatand'tJy him. awsyy Smith, San Francisco CaL tame. jSlligaipr.
.u Jan.
8 >179she' ... make first class i T'hat'swhy the the
t: .. .. .. At all druggists. : pets- alligator went to
r ( ) he went to the jungles I I zoo.-Dallas.:! Pispatch.I .

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Bits of Local' ---- :
The Fourth Month of the Last Saturday afternoon the Starke Free Moving Pictures on the The price o1 sea island cotton con-
High. School girls and boys played a tinues to climw J
\ upward the demand -
1915-16 SessionPupilsMake double header game of basket ball on Subject of TuberculosisNext is strong with holders inclined .
Information the: school campus the Waldo High further
Good Averages.Lower to await a advance.
Monday Night.
: School girls playing the Starke girls Following is'the} of ,the Sav- ,
II Cwn.ly 0.. .. lutrraa e.4 and the Gainesville High School boys

NI ft ,e., rs.'-. M--Me. fe-gag; -. .. First Grade-Russell Daniel, playing bur boys.A Next Monday evening. at the moving annah Friday market Januar:' for 21st the, as week published ending in .
Edwin Owen Griffin Eu- lar 'enthusiastic and good-na- : theatre Mrs. Susan
1 Gardiner picture Voor the Savannah alorning News of Jan- ,I
gene Matthews Kenneth Register, tured crowd gathered to witness the hees, who is District Tuberculosis 22nd:

., ," %. Sammy Sternberg, Nettie Johns, Gus- contest; .coming from Gainesvilleand Nurse of the State Board of Health, uary The island| market
Messrs. T.and'R. A. Weeks 'I sea was very
J. R. -of.-.Hampton'was in W. were Waldo their-teams.
sie May Bennett, Cora Dyal, Mary Ca- will give a most interesting and in- snles '
in Lake Butler 'on business Tuesday. The strong, large being made at advancing -
town Tuesday. gate receipts were $22.70. The It
nova, Hattie Rae Weeks, Eva Roberts structive lecture on the subject of tu- !*' Quotations advanced
are -
J following named girls and boys played berculosis.Mrs. t
Harriet Ritch .
Miss Ethel Wilson of Lawtey wasa 2c for he week. Larger of- I
for Starke I I
T. M. Hagan of Hampton wag in Advanced : Voorhees will demonsrate her
First Grade-Willie Pre-
of Miss Geneva Baisden this ferings the rr
guest came tIlt at advance, but .
Anna Canova front
town Saturday. week. vatt Joseph Thomas Elizabeth Howe, forward; Hazel lecture with moving picture slides, also r
Brown, 'back forward Ellen Gnann, most of the uriftold stock is held higher. -
Roberts Ruth Thel- ; reel, and in interestingmanner
Maydell Parker a very The
Miss Mabel Colley was visiting in Miss Neva Husband, of Melrose, isa ma Roberts, frJna Manning,. center; Martha Fripp, left guard; Em- teach the prevention of tuber- The followirjj market closed very steady.

Lawtey last"-Thursday, guest at the home of her uncle. :Mr.: Second Grade-Eugene Williams, ma Powell, right guard. culosis and also the cure for persons factors' quotations prices are based on
Allan Canova front forward Chare are
W. L. Wall." Lois Williams, Hugh Brownlee, Ruth ; so afflicted; also give explanation of
Prof. Marcus Brown. of Raifora!, was ) Beasley, back forward; William weekly on Fridays: '.
hew the
State Board of Health is
Poppell Fannie Darby Lee Mott, Jacob I
Fancy ___ __30
center Harold Wall
'L. business visitor right ---
Mr. V.
afternoon.P. Moore ;
in town Saturday was a the white *
Wil- waging war against ; 1
to the metropolis Tuesday and Green Myrtle Hodges Gladys guard; Raymond Speer, left guard.Mr. al I Fancy Georgia _____________-.__30
The of
Board Health has
W. Zacharias had Wednesday.Mrs. liams, Laurie Tomlinson, Alma Clark, Roscoe Geiger, of Waldo, was plague. : Extra Choice $:eorgias ___________29 .
of Jacksonville
train out the which is
Madeline Allen on doing
Green Colley ,
business in Starke Wednesday. umpire for the girls' game and Robels, much to instruct the people in regardto I I Extra choice floridias ___________29Choice i
Moody. of the University of Florida, umpired } 28 I
T. E. Waldrup, canning de- I i ------ ------------------- '
this disease to 1
Col. D. E. Knight was a business monstrator has been in and around Third Grade-Thelma Dyal, Isabelle the game for the boys. Perryman was in gain their co-I! Extra fine --->- __________________27 I
This I
Starke this week. Fernandez, Rosa Leviton, Margaret referee Tor both games. The decisions operation preventing same. Fine _______ .26
visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday -V----------------- I
Livingston Winnifred :'IlottIarie train is now on the East Coast and
of thosein charge just and
Mrs. L. J. Smith has been visitingher Parker, Maude Thrower, Bessie Weeks, 'universal satisfaction.The gave will eventually be in Starke for a The whistle j.>f the ice factory was I
Elisha Kite, formerly of Raiford, brother Mr. Dalton Carter of Ruffin Edwards, Berry Kelly, Fred short time. heard Wednesday for the first time j
Starke the
now of Baldwin had business in Starke Lawtey, this week.R. Mott, Hamilton Ritch, Leroy Stewart, of won game a The mayor and the doctors of thei in several weeVp. Ice must be made ;
score 34 to 10. Gainesville
Monday. Joe Sistrunk, Allie May Green. boys I i town will attend the meeting and give to meet the strawberry demand. I
won in their contest by a score of 50 I
W. Surrency and little grand Grade-Willie Edwin short talks in regard to the subject. :
Agin, to 3 our team being outclassed I I JURY M''OE MISTRIAL, t''!
simply -
James Reynolds, of Graham, passed daughter Aileen Surrency, of Graham Broughton, Julian Canova, Comer ; the of This meeting will be held under the' i i-i__ tSenatan.Adkk
by Gainesville team long
through Starke Monday on his way to were in Starke Thursday.E. Long Elizabeth Brownlee Mary Wor- continued practice. auspices of the Civic Club and several I

Jacksonville.. thing, Laura Scarborough Richard if the prominent Starke ladies. The ; returned Tuesday ;
L. Crosby, of Brooker, was in The Starke High School'teams are lecture and pictures are absolutelyfree from Miami, ,,. :ere he had been engaged 1 1
Frank Burnsed and family, of Rai Starke Thursday and renewed his sub- Worthing.Fifth planning for a number of games with and is cordially invitedto for a *r?k in the defense of t
scription, to the Telegraph.. Grade-Jesie Mae .Baisden, other towns in the near future. everyone F. R. Crawforq.,Charged with murder. E
relatives in
have been :
ford visiting ,
R out and hear the discussion of
Maude Baisden, Dorothy Edwards, ttf +,+ 4' + + + tf + tf + t come This was the s'Jcf>nd trial of Crawford. :
Starke this week. Mr. Will Jolly, of Waldo was a visitor Hazen Warren, Annie Moore, Nelson + + I''this vital subject. the supreme ifjSrt havin remandedthe

to Starke last Saturday, and while Green, Alois Kahr. + case for a 3+trial. The first trial : i
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Killian of here attended the ball game.Mr. Sixth Grade-Paul E. Canova, Wal- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING of the case faulted in a verdict of I I
Waynesville, N. C., are visiting the latter's Thomas Marie Ruth French guilty and Crawford was sentenced to
ter Dyal, + + + + + + + + + + *
+ + + +
by. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tru- and Mrs. J.in M.Jacksonville Rising after for Maude Wilson. Parker Nellie Stearns Lulu -- l At the Churches I} hang.On account of\ i,urgent business Sen- I;

having sojourned ator Adkins ret-Jj-ned home before the :
some: Aiirie.are now in Starke for the Seventh Grade-Leslie Townsend, Lost and Found result of the second trial was known. i
Mrs. Nell Hughes and Miss Blanche balance of the season. Maude Alice Thornton Or-
LOST-One K & S ratchet wrench. He received a( telegram Wednesday !
Pattishall spent Saturday and Sunday ville Griffis, Annie Lindsey, Onra CHRISTIAN. morning annoufujing that the jury had ;
Reward for return to Harold S.
in Jacksonville, visiting. relatives and He* organization of a Girls Camp Clarke, Angus Worthing, Lossie Rig- Brown. 121tf.For disagreed aft1/ ;being out for seven- : 1
friends. Fire team was perfected last Monday 'don, Addie Cowart. __ Preaching at the Christian church teen hours. Thjs means that Craw- t !

afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Poppell, Eighth Grade-Aileen Alvarez Jes- next Sunday, morning and evening by ford must sta1 dja third trial.D. i' I

Roadmaster M. A. Warren of De- promoter .and Miss Leola Faulk, I sie Forsyth. Efla May Long Carr Col- Sale and ExchangeFOR Rev. W. H. Coleman. Everybody invited E. alas sold : !
in Starke Friday for charter has c Knight a controlling
Funiak Springs, Application
was guardian.
ley Hollis Knight. SALE-Choice rooted
yell rose interest in Lak ,Butler Telephone Co., I
shaking hands with his many been made. Twelfth Grade-Clara Moitt.A cuttings lOc each. T. P. Wall, "Ros- to P. B. Mori ,i, of Tatnall county 1 \

friends. men", Starke, Fla. 1-21-3t. ST. MARK'S. Ga. This sale .Ws. made last week. i !
MrT-Bwman, a prominent real estate WITHERED BLOSSOM.In I :

Mrs. J. M. Knight, of Lake Butler man of Huntington, West Virginia I FOR SALE-4,000 green cane seed, 1 Next Sunday PRIZES FOIL DALLAS ELLIOTT. I

is spending a few days with her son, was in, Starke last Saturday and cent"per stalk. G. W. S. Ware Morning service, 11 o'clock. .1 '- i

Col. D. E. Knight, and family this Sunday. Mr. Bowman is interested ina ( memory of Mrs. A. J. Murphy.) Worthington, Fla._1144t. Evening service. 7 o'clock. Dallas Elliot*<.
week. large colony movement at Clear- 0 can it be that she is gone, FOR SALE-Seed from Litany, Wednesday at 7 o'clock p. m. the best acre f!'corn in the late corn i

mont, Florida. And laid the trials down? bushel yield. 75c corn peck an or eighty$2.50 Sunday school, 10 o'clock. club contest fvrjthis; county, used E. I

Miss Louiebelle Brown, of Lawtey, He picked a blossom from a field per bushel. The per Earleton Farm, IX A GOOD CAUSE. 0. Painter Cc.'fcrtilizer and has been i i

spent; last Sunday in town. While Mr. Nesbitt Wills, of Newark N. J., And twined it in his crown. Earleton Fla. 1144t. given $20 by .em. besides which i

here she was the guest of Mrs. .A. Z. youngest brother of Judge J. T. Wills, the business r.|'1 of Starke gave him ; i

Adkins. of Gainesville, is in Florida visitinghis I can think how she looked, FOR SALE-A new Ford touring car Mrs. Susan Voorhees, tuberculosisnurse $5. The honw(and the money is J
for sale at less than cost. Willtake"a c"oug-h, to made any boy proud. and !
relatives. Mr. Wills came over The day we walked around. under the state board of health, .
horse mule stimulate him t Sr. for visit with Dr. and He picked blossom from field' good or as part has worked in Starke and vicinity dur- i
Rev. 0. A. Thrower Presiding Wednesday, a a a pay'.' N. D. Wainwright. 128tf. We are sure ;tat none of the other ; '
Elder of the Tampa District, has been MrS A. H. Freeman. And twined it in His crown. 1 ing the week. While here Mrs. Voor- contestants would have thought of .

in- Starke visiting his son, 0. A. FOR.I8"ALE-Five acres of land, six hees was a guest of her sister, Mrs. planting corn 'DR the class of land

Thrower Jr. E. M. Johns, Esq., has been kept- We can think of her in peace; room dwelling in good repair barn Mary Weeks. Mrs. Voorhees is very young. Elliott :wed. as it would have I t

very busy of late on legal business. The ties that God has bound- arid outhouses, grape vines and fruit zealous in finding tuberculosis cases been pronounc* 1"too low But the I':

Jos. E. Wilson attended the-meeting Saturday he was in Jacksonville on He picked a blossom from a field tre H?|W cityimits of Stajke, for and'' doing all she can for those afflicted ditching done m that neighborhoodhas

off the Masonic Grand'Ipdge in Jacksonville matters before the United States court,' And twihed it in His crown. safe' ',n Wednesday he was at Orange Height*; and shows tha* :II tech land, when drain- :
last week as a delegate. from and Thursday Cedar Key. Starke..t ,..>Fla..." iSEEDoSBANUTS 121tf._ by the state board of health is a praise ed is the strongest' of all.
the Starke lodge. : She was happy. Yes, we know, worthy work and is very successful.

Roadmaster W. B. Haynes, of the When she heard that blissful sound.' offering for immediate FOR SALE-I acceptance am THIS is FOR- -YOU- J. M. Truby has shipped another
Ed Lubin, of Jacksonville has been Seaboard at Ga. was He picked a blossom from a field
living Vidalia and dash with the order N. C. Flat carload of 5potatoes this week.
in Starke this week visiting relativesand Mr. And twined it in His crown.
in Starke Monday. Haynes was ,. .,.. Vine-Peanuts at Eighty-five cents
friends. "Ed" is a former Starke. formerly a merchant of this place and t r I li.tqDear. per bushel of twenty-five pounds f. When the Telegraph advertises your MRS. F. H. } OSG ENTERTAINS t tREADING

boy and always welcome here. is a brother of Dr. J. 0. Haynes. His sweet Grade, they have laid o. 'b* Lowell, Fla. H. T. Hall, Lowell entertainments free and thereby cause ;

many friends greeted him heartily. Thee in the peaceful ground; ; Fla.. 1-14-tf. them to be known and attended it is CIRCLE.

By an oversight Judge T. W. Sweat's I He picked a blossom from a field FOR SALE The Grand farm at High with the understanding that what -
omitted from the list of vet- And twined it in His crown. Last'Thursday afternoon Mrs. F. H.
name was H. L. Stevenson has returned home lan erans who were entertained and hon- after spending the holidays at his old improved 3.acreineyard bearing tion with them, in the way of tickets, Long entertained the reading circleof

ored in Starke last Wednesday. home in Pittsburg Pa. He says busi- We'd love to keep her with us, fruit trees; 8 buildings a; grist programs, etc., be done at our office. thMethodntMissionary Society at I
; ;
ness conditions in that part of the But God has loosed the bounds; mill1'with gasoline outfit. A full This is only doing justice to us as her home on Juirth Walnut street.
Freeman who is student at that all industries He picked a blossom from a field The circle ire now reading "The
Edwin a country are fine and the se(,of farming implements will be pay for our service. When the print-
the University of Florida, came home seem to be running on full And twined it in His crown. included with the place or sold separately ing is given to some other office we Child in Our Midst which is a very
to visit his parents and instrudtWe bbiik. Mrs. Long servedrefr&n'me'hts'ot
last Saturday time. at a bargain by W. F. will hereafter charge for the publi-
to witness the basket ball games. We loved her, yes, we loved her, Fla. 12314t. city we give the entertainments. chocolate with marsh-
Grand Highland,
Ir. and Mrs. Nolan Canova and lit- But, 0, how sweet the sound mallows and cookies. Those presentwere

., The Ladies' Musicale will meet on tln, Nolan of Waldo, spent last He picked a blossom from a field FOR EXCHANGE-Would exchangemy BASKET BALL GAMES. Mesdames; J. W. White Grover

Monday January 31st, in the school Saturday in town, and while here took And twined it in His crown.A home in Jacksonville. House has Sweat J. H. flitch, E. S. Matthews

.. auditorium for rehearsal. All mem-I in the ball game. Mrs. Canova chaperoned Loved One. 8 rooms, small garage, laundry room Basket ball games will be playedon A. H,; Preemsi; ; D. R. Edwards and!

bers are requested to be present.Mr. foujiof the young ladies who and shade trees, faces south, lot 50 the Starke High School grounds Stewart. .;i \ .-t

belonged to the Waldo basket ball CLEAN-UP WEEK. x40\\ paved street and car line, cen- Saturday (tomorrow) afternoon, be- ..:..

E. W. Millican, of Waldo, a pro- team._ ter of Riverside, for a good farm tween the boys and girls of the Lake

minent naval stores operator, motoredover 20 to 40 acres within four miles of Butler High School and the boys and RUB bur
is PAINwith
to see the ball game Saturday. elf ,.l.,D.' % Randall of Lawtey andhe'r The Telegraph requestedto Starke. What have you to offer? girls of the Starke High School. Ad- 'I

He" was accompanied by his wife and house guest, Mrs. Saunders, of give notice that the Civic G. S. Warren, 1813 Oak Street, Jacksonville mission, 15 and 25 cents. Seats will good jil i;I liniment. That's

son. Cincinnati, came to Starke last Fridayto Fla. 1-24-4U
be provided for the ladies.
attend the public meeting of the Club has designated the week

)F. M. Dees has gone to Watertown School and Civic Club. While in town 31st.as FOR SALE-Eighty acre farm on
ending Monday January DEATH OF CHILD.
'where he is working sixty tie-makers. they were the guests of Mrs. A. Z. Starke and Raiford road, one mile Muflr mNGLltUMENT

Mr. Dees has control of a large body Adkins.Dr. Clean-up Week. All owners northwest of the Brownlee farm; :
.f tie timber which will last him for and of in more, than one-half stumped, fenc- The little 5-year-old son of Mr. C. L.
occupants property
years.Si B. T. Fortner, of Brooklyn, was ed and under cultivation; balance Hilliard, of Lawtey, died last Wednes-

in town Monday and called to have the city are requested to give round timber and splendid pasture; day, January 19th, after an illness of '

Parker son of Hon. H. C. Par- his name added to the Telegraph's sub- best strawberry lands in the county. only two days. The interment took

ker of Lacrosse, recently joined the scription list. The doctor is just back especial attention to putting Daily mail route and telephone line. place at the Dyal cemetery Rev. L. C.

Knights of the Grip, and passed from a trip to Orange county, wherehe their premises in order duringthe For particulars call on the undersigned Futch conducting the obsequies. Of

through Starke in an automobile :Monday : says he kiled! what is believed to at Heilbronn Springs, or address near relatives father, mother a brother A Good foy'tlre

afternoon. be the largest deer in that county.As week mentioned. me at Starke, Fla., Route No. : and a sister mourn the loss of the Ailments of

1. W. E. Davis Owner. 416tf. departed, and the bereaved family Horses, 111s Cattle, Etc.Pains i
S. Brown showed the
'j Mr. C. S. Durling returned last week the paper is going to press thereis Jay reportera i. have the sympathy of all. II food fot'our
radish he had pulled from his garden FOR SAL -About 70 acres of my own Aches I
York. He novel entertainment being given
from a business trip to New I a which weighed 41: pounds and HeibronnSprings farm lying east RheWatism, Sprains i
reports cold weather while there by the ladies of the Presbyterian Just received a fine assortment of ,
very Sanderson road. Cuts
solid. Also hot. of the and Earns
was quite Stance | Etc. I
--the thermometer registering five degrees church at the home of }Ir. and Mrs.R. close to Heilbronn Springs. Will Buist's Garden Seed in bulk-Corn, ,

above zero. S. Fernandez. This entertainmentis LYCEUM ENTERTAINMENT.A sell the whole or divide to suit. beans and smaller seeds-N. B. Hull. EL 2Sc. 50c. $''LAt| all Dealer ...1,I
"sit-around. Next
designated as a
Lands surround Heilbronn school
Starke Friday week's Telegraph will give an accountof
R. Sedgwick arrived jn WHEN STARKE PEOPLE I
property where three teachers are
treat is in store for the music
from Asheville, N. C. Mr. Sedg- the affair. rare THIIF CAt.GHT.
lovers of Starke and vicinity the required to teach and ageneral,
wick is prominent in the theatrical on store is being built thereonce.Daily Publicly Testify It's Evidence Not to !1- i I
of 4th.
R. A. Townsend, a former citizen of evening February I
business and owns a fine one Bradford county who has been living The Ladies Musicale has been for- mail route and telephone seryice. Be Ignored. Monday morning. Sam Caldwell, colored i
mile north of Starke. For particulars call on the fireman f'f the Pearly engine, ,
at Wauchula for a number of years tunate in securing for that date, the ,omplained hief that I
to l Kite he had
When residents of Starke wil-
undersigned at Springs are
Kellum American Male ot Ithe 'Refli I
the J. W. Quartette
has purchased placeon been robbed otU2.50
Mr. wife of the af- .1 address Starke Fla. R.! to recommend Doan's an.l a quart of ,
Will Hogan, at ling Kidney
New River and will probablly re- path Lyceum bureaus;, which if rfj4; or me "Echo Sprin "; ,'hiskey the night be-
fable Seaboard agent at Waldo, came in UniteiiStates. T_ ,F. D. No. 1. W. E. Davis, Owner. Pills in ths paper, is there any good !
turn to make his home in this county.At ed to be one, of the best; th$ fore. Chief KiV suspecteJ that a dar- !!
over in her car to attend the ball 4-16-tf. reason try a kidney, backache or blad-
present his sons will occupy the ,b -r, key sporting tfce aristocratic name of :
game. She was accompanied by her Kellum place. They were in town The program will- sj5f'If both der remedy that is not as well recommended Arthur Montttf-nery was the offender, !
daughter, Miss Thelma. : Wanted ? :ind set out to,ind him. Arthur was !
Monday to purchase the necessary vocal and instrumeeUK>lnurtL% inter- .T .. ,:
; trailed Lawtey but Mr. Kite j
Mrs. M. toward
household outfit to set up housekeeping. spersed with cartoons by the f.amous : Johns, Starke, says: "I ,
hr d tt Starke. He the i
to return
noted '* J' "TS WANTEQ-B o.ak.) 'r. T.Washin'tort was bothered by kidney disorders and ? gave
Mrs. Davis, of Jacksonville a cartoonist, Clayton'C6nrad. : 1 warrant for th&negro's arrest to Con- '
osteopath doctor, will make a trip to Remember. the date,=:February. 4tl" 1 ; dead. Two'morial suffered from backache and severe stabe! Ben Sar.p and asked him to .
Starke one day each week to treat pa- We note that Sunday's TimesUnion .1J'- looks of his life; one by himself, pains in my limbs. I used two boxesof board the Ceda Key train, as it was ;' J

tients. Her headquarters will be at gives an account of a beautiful Hon. A. Andrews. of Raiford, was 'rt'ice$1.25; one by Frederick E. Doan's Kidney Pills with the best thought Arthuft.?.would board the same ':' ,

the home of Mrs. N. B. Hull. function in Tallahassee in which Miss in town Tuesday and called to have Drinker h. Agents,"price $1.00. ten Outfits to 15c of results. They relieved the kidney train at LawUy. Mr. Sapp arrested K,
Lucile Freeman and others well his anouncement for senator placed in ea selling forty difficulty and removed the backacheand his man as he Was about to get on the K
looks t>er day. R. L. Phillips Publishing -
known in Starke were participants.The the Telegraph. The politicians gen- Co. 1-14-31. pains." (Statement given March train. j'; i 1'1] i
... Messrs. H. C. Richard, A. V. Long,,, following is an extract from the erally seem to concede that Mr. An- Atlanta Ga. 10, 1911)). The culprit *as brought to Starke !, :

& M. Darby and G. C. Livingston article: "Mrs. Park Trammell enter- drews will not have opposition in his Would you like one? A mill that Over Three Years Later and confessed tl'>r theft, but both mon- j L .. I

line returned from their hunting and tained for the members of her Sunday candidacy. Public sentiment throughout will grind your own'horse, cow, hog Mrs. Johns said: "Doan's Kidney ev and whiskeH!1 had been consumed.Gardi- i f,1 I

fishing,trip to the Gulf Hammock and school class with a beautiful tea at. the county appears te have cry-- i and' chicken feed.. Us .cobs' and all, Pills have given me a lot of good and ner He had and a was hearing sentenced: before to Judge six monthsin I

Suwannee river and report good luck. the mansion Monday afternoon from talized in his favor and it seems to : rio waste,',and' they coet only a trifle. I am wiping\ to recommend them as the gang.iii I -t'

3:30 until 6 o'clock. Mrs. R C. Dunn be the general opinion that he is"the 2uigfcyLuniber &; Supply. Co. highly now. as eyer.I praise this,med j .' ,

Mr. J. H. Saunders South Dakota .. and Mas''Longmire greeted the guests choice of a large majority of the citizens .. \- 1 ': : tiineJentver I. have the opportunity. -: pr tEACHI NG AT GRAHAM. .. .1'

has taught a';tr ct'of land from, t! the door. In the receiving line. of the county'for senator. He NEAR "DEPOT-HOdds and ends -in .",. .? vii u-ii rf s; ft.A. Thrower Jtv'anff has given'Mrl:: *t&3frs Trafnmel1,"Mrs., C. T. Dart : has given faithful'service for' two i'furniture second, dishes;' stoves,: etc. \>wand Price 50 cents at all dealersJjoS> asRe ,phM.-giggs will preach at the 'il.

;4' thrower the contract "to erect a five, >1."Mr4'4! D; B. Fudge, Senator Blitch,. terms, in the house of representativesand i SHOP. hand.:'Y'" THE' VARIETY simply ask for a kidney rtmedy-iret school JKoute .4 Graham the second '_
r room bungalow en same. We are Mrs. Acfcoek, Dr. and Mrs. Conradi,. is to be congratulated on the'high ,.. ,- .. Doan's ,Kidney Pills-the same.-.that Sunday and Saturday night before in ft

pleased to'welcome -Mr. Saunders and Misses Pearl Caldwell and Lucile. place he has won in the estimation of! You get all the fe national, Mrs. Johns had. Foster Milburn C< February. Everybody invited to atn [E ;r

his family to our community. Freeman" the people of the county.' .J i state, cc ty' ewa'u the 'telegraph. Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. (14) tend. 14 >

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BECOMING THE STOCKHOLM, Jan. 20.-Decrees OF TREE IMPLICATED IN MURDER places will on be the at dates the following named for named the SCHOOL-BOARD ,

prohibiting the exportation of wood ; purpose of assessing and collectingtaxes

pulp become effective tomorrow, and to-wit
: '
this is taken as the Swedish reprisalfor .
8th forenoon.
GREATEST CROP British seizures from steamers of Worth County Jail at Sylvester Stormed Thomas school hcuse-February, 8th, Large Number of Bills WerePaid )

parcel post packages destined for by Forty or Fifty Men Who MRS. HENRY ROSENBERG afternoon.
Sweden. At Last Session of
Approximately nine-tenths of the Act With Precision. ENTERTAINS LITTLE FOLKS Providence-February 9th. i

'. FARMERS SUREST CROP British paper is made from the wood Miller Midway--Feb.Feb.10th 10th afternoon., forenoon. School Board. \' !

pulp from Sweden and Xorway'it is SUSPECTED OF MURDER OF Interest From Worthington-Feb. 11th, forenoon. .1
GROWN ON LARGE SCALE; also reported that Norway has also News Items of i
I Dukes-Feb. 11th, afternoon. Central School Fund
prohibited the export of fusil oil. SHERIFF MORELAND OF GA. Our Correspondent at Lake Butler-Feb. 12th. Lillie Cm. !>, teaching Brooker ----." ;O.oo

A. O. Jenjlns do Starke ____n_____ Sue
Banks of the State Are Now. Realiz-
GASPARILLA CARNIVAL Lake Butler.Mrs. Brooker-Feb. 15th. M. D. Pau!' do _. 30.01
Stability P..aifo1'd-Feb. 16th, forenoon. E. E. Snelt do Thurston 25.00
ing the Importance and Sheriff
Was Murdered of
by Negroes
S. K. henry &; assistants do Lawtey .. 7009
Feb. 16th afternoon.
Johnstown- H. \\'. Bi>.ctey! do ____
of the Crop. -------------- 30.01
I Worth
TAMPA.-The South Florida Fair County During Holidays-
Entertains. 17th.
I Rosenberg Hampton-Feb. A. C .KeiV!! do Honewell 30.ot

IE I and Gasparilla Carnival, which un- Mob Gains Entrance to Jail by Ruse, Mrs. Henry Rosenberg entertained Lawtey-Feb. 18th. Albert Put?)!* do Union Chapel .... 3504
A. C. Crt'do Graham __
That natal grass is fast coming to doubtedly will be the greatest event of After Cutting All Wires Leading. quite a number of little folks at her N. D. WAINWRIGHT, S. A. Drar.. r do Lake Butler unnh. 144)44 7004)

the front as the hay of Florida the kind ever held in Florida, opens home last Thursday afternoon, the occasion Tax Assessor.B. Annie L. rith do _________________ 60.ot
here on Friday of next week and will North From Syhester. being the anniversary of the :M. DOWLING Bertha Saunders do 4500
is readily seen by the reports coming Ma 'lw H do _
> H'adley .
Miss 79.94
of the fol- of two of her children,
continue birthday
through Saturday
I Tax Collector. .
from all sections of the state of the Crack Fviif do -- -.. 75.94
and :Master
lowing week. The celebration will be Estelle, ten years of age Mary LootIo; 49.04
I wonderful yields being made, good extended to the following Monday for Albany Ga., Jan 21.-Forty or fifty Arthur, four. After the little ones Ruth I'agedo! 49)94)

! prices being received, and the eager- men, acting with precision indicativeof had romped around and enjoyed var- THE CARACAS APPEAL. Ruth i'atcrsun do __________n_______ M.W
the benefit of the negroes of the state Inez Maribfy do __ ___ __ __ __
who -- -- -- 40.00
with which farmers taking ious Mrs. Rosenberg, certainly --
ness are
laid games
who have a separate exhibit buildingand carefully plans, took five negroes Clifford Hr.rrell do -... 40.04
; hold of the comparatively new crop. themselvesthat from the Worth county jail at knows how to entertain little In all the walks of life we front J. E. Cndo Dobson _unh___ 35.04.
Banks of the state are now realiz- will celebrate among children, called them all in to the festive :M. S. Haiti do Little Springs -- -._ 79.94
day. Sylvester last night, carried them in board laden with all kinds of fruit many classes of people. We gener- Carrie RW: do ____un. _________ 40.04-
ing the importance and stability of Fourteen counties and scores of com- automobiles to Lee county and hanged salads and cakes. It was a pleasure to I ally judge a person by the companyhe Katie Dutaf do -_ -_ 40.00
the crop and are offering to loan mon- them all to one limb of tree close by themselves. of Leon Thrn do Midway 40.04
a member
munities and individuals will be rep- see the little ones enjoy keeps. If you are a a A. J. Griifn do Boatdrain .
ey on ,natal hay when properly stored the side of the principal road leading Before dark they all dispersed to ;300
resented by products in the six exhibi- good society you are soon questioned I carry Harris do 30.09
and approved by a representative of into Starkville. The homes wishing Miss Lull Orm'.n-l ilo Swift: Creek _
and the will be negroes;: were be- their respective to what stand for. From dayto 175)
ticn buildings as you
the bank thus enabling the to Iaterrthur hap- A. J. Th Estelle and ) -
i grower ing held in the Worth county jail in many
have practical
features. Horse- I some
with brilliant day ques- Mamie Pmholcter do _
replete 3500.
t hold his hay for the highest market sensational connection with the killing of Sheriff py returns of the occasion, and thank- before T. W. SYotat do Miller ____._ 50.04
u price without being hampered by racing, without gambling, Moreland of Lee who met his infi :Mrs. Rosenberg for her kind tions put Helix Ivn8! do _. __ JS.04
lack of and make aeropkne flights, parades, military motherly attention. The names of the "Arc you a Baiaca? I am. '''. *Unniig do Long Bridge 45.00
money to go on spectacles, visits from warships, ab- death at the hands of negroes in little ones who attended arc as follows "Can you find that name in the Bible E. R. loppell do Johnstown hh_. __ 4' .00,
r another The first bank to make Worth Kli! H. Muling do _
crop. county during the Christmas Lawtey 33.04
solutely clean attractions, the best of : ?" It comes from the word "Ber- E. L. Fielding... Thoma

the announcement was the Citizens which are free, and brilliant sbcial holidays. Starkville is a hamlet three Bascom Cobb, Julian Register Rai- pchah" fcur.d in Second Chronicles, May MeKinney do -------_-___________ 36.00$0.04
t Bc.nk of Leesburg, where it is said functions in tourists hotels and Ameri- miles from Leesburg, the county seat ford Rosenberg, Dell Rosenberg. Wil- the Twentieth Chpter and the Twen- :May ('Ienl'nof.... Hampton 40.00
there is over 8,000 acres of natal of Lee county. mer Andrews Willie Mce Johnson, Ada Nimir.o do _-_ 4004
(' .n and foreign clubs, to which visi- ty-sixth Verse and means blessed or \V. C. W.>.>Iredve do _._ 70.04
grass under fence. Following the example ALL WIRES CUT. Connie Padgett Henrietta Padgett.
Bank the tors are invited, will be among the Marion and Aline Knight James and happy. We aim to bless and make Agnes W"' of the Leesburg attractions offered. Low railroad Cutting all wires leading north from Rawls. Dana Padgett. Wilbur happy all: who cone into our circle. N. W. H.ll .10! Brooks _______hun_ 35.00
F Atlantic National Bank, of Jacksonville Sylvester was included in the plansof Agnes 0111' ward tit) Bradford Jfl.04Liizio
one of the strongest financial institutions rates will be in force from all sections Kni ht. Clyde Loadholtz, Winifl'edLoadholt' "How long has this organizationbeen Ma.shall do Hampton 25.00
the For that the
and Tampa is prepared to care for party. reason fate !, Deimar Loadholtz. Pearl in existence?" For twentyfiveyears. C. FCr..h di Zit -__ !i.OO
' in the state, after making a record crowds at reasonable rates. of the negroes was not known, Hunter, Ina end Annie Cone, Bill and It was organized Sept. 10, Millie Th.m-as do Swift Creew _____ 3 .ot
thorough investigation of the natal' until today, hours after they had been Linder Bolin, Lula Scarborough Se- Bessie McGruder do Providence __u__ 0.00
: 1S90."Have. Lome SUMmers do _____
crop, has announced that they, too. PISTOL DUEL WITH TWO HOG lynched. They were quickly taken ber Cone, Edith and Aaron Rivers, memlers?" We Marie 1'r.rkcr do _- 49.04 40.00

,II} will loan money on the crop. Other THIEVES. from the jail loaded into automobilesand Carrie Hall. Willie Mae Fail Carline you many L. A. Dirk do Davis _______h_____ 35.00'"'
I banks, no doubt, will fall in line as started north, but nothing more Duncan, Eldred Duncan. W. C. Townsend have over one-half million young men Ceo. D. Pirnard Co. Warrant books for

l i they see the good results that are sure than that was known for some time. Joe and Herman Jon, Thelma in our band. F.office vn v.-..III."n| i Brooklyn

to follow. I II OCALA.-For some time past, Mr. The bodies, perforated with bullet Swindell Gracie Barber. Ion, J. R., "For what reason do your band Jessie K..:kr Starke _. 25/4
I j 1 Roland and :Marie Chastine.Rev. continue to grow?" We Etick to our Bradford Tx.unty Bank interest .-.. 115.11A.
Farmers, everywhere are meeting C. P. Howell has been losing hogs holes cold found this
were w lE'r. morn-
I l with much success with natal grass from his farm southwest of town. He motto, "We do things" which is foundin FeeRl'nw Zion __________________ 40.00

! and it would seem it is destined toN has offered rewards and laid traps for ing.At about 10 o'clock last night.Sheriff Ccleman Preaches at Starke Phil. 4, 13. We stand on a firm Trubv W. T. F'irh"lstpr ricvks recording Theressa ._..... SIMM 1.25

I :t'; make one of Florida's s-irest crops. It the apprehension of the thieves, but L. A. Potts and his jailer at Sylvesterwere The church at Raiford extendedRev. platform, "Young men at work for E. W. A Rowles deska Raiford -_____ 122.3; .
Coleman and unanimous all standing by the Bible American; Seating Co. blackbords Rai- ,
, I grows on almost any kind of land, prep up to last night had no success. awakened by four or five men a hearty young men, ford '

I, ferably high pine land, matures rapid- This morning,' just after midnight, who announced that they had captureda call! for another year for fourth time. and the Bible! School." We assemble American S4ating Co. payment on Law.

..: iy and three cuttings, at the least can Mr. Howell went out to his hog lot to negro and wanted to place him in The likewise church at similar Starke call has for also half extended time.- each Sunday morning at 9:45 at the tev d."st's I71.0

l be had a year. The hay is easily look around, as he had been doing oc- I jail. They were admitted bearing a The Lake Butler a church, owing to the First Bnbtist Church. Come and see A.Lawte-M. BIc.nrhard_ _.supplies_and work on 50.08

.. cured and ranks high among other casionally. He thought he saw two I negro bound with ropes. Suspecting had condition of the tent met in the what we could do if you will help us. York Col>on Pine Grove __.... 35.00

4 grasses, for feeding value. Once men, his colored man Pickens andPickens' nothing the officers watched the men Baptist church last Sunday. A large We have one of the greatest fields of Jessie n. G. Piv-s t.
t started in a field it spreads rapidly, son, and called to them, say- as they calmly loosened the bonds, proportion of the membership was work of any religious organization.All Gertrude Thomas Vanderbilt ._ 35.00 5.CO

F as the seed is very light and is easily ing, "Is that you, Pickens?" One of Suddenly the situation changed, how present. At the close of the service we need is plenty of assistance. Myrtie H.tzpn do O.OO.-
Rev. and Mrs. Coleman retired. The H. C. Fcaifle Bowling 35.00
the wind. the fire him with -
carried by men opened on a
ever, as the visitors seized the officers ,
F. G. Schell office expense l MF.1i7I1b..tl
I :. As an example of this, Mr. Brunt, revolver. Mr. Howell replied with his and demanded the keys to the cells. church board held a their short business MR. CASON IS GRANDFATHER. (>;!ilvie Randolph-_ 45.04 ,

I who lives a mile south of town on own revolver, and at the second shot They were soon forthcoming. At that meeting and brought recommen- D. F. Fl.i.'d work on flues Thomas 6.09
dation for plan of work for the en-
I Wire Road, in all probability the first one of the men yelled out as thoughhe moment several automobiles I J. H. Scarborough supplies do__---__ %.IIO ,
were There and
suing was a hearty 22 daughterwas
Saturday, January a Louamamla Pinholster New River .__ 40.00
man to introduce natal hay in this I had been hit. The men fired several driven in front of the jail. The men in unanimous vote of appreciation and a born to :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gar; Estell Lsflior do Highland ___--.__ J5.IM

section had a few stalks to come up : times at Mr. Howell and made them hurriedly entered, joined the men. call extended the pastor to continueto N. street Phila- Mamie- lamb Graham ___________ 40.04
ris of 2108 Eighth ,
Ruby Petlc do Five Mile ___ ____ !!i.fIII
his fence several and their while Mr. Howell another Thus the busi- 00
along years ago, escape, emptied who had preceded them and who did serve year.
delphia, Pa. The young lady has been O. A. Mrtell Vanderbilt ___________ 50.00
at that time not knowing what it was, j his revolver at them. not watch the officers helped get the ness has been shaped UD except that Mrs. Garriswas H. L. Fouler supplies Swift Creek 5.2S
Lillian Virginia.
saved the seed as it looked like a good Mr. Howell, in telling a Star reporter part of the funds for the work have named H. C. m bard insurance at Raiford and
negroes. Miss Mamie Cason, ___________ ____ __
I not been subscribed in all these church formerly Lawtryi ______ __ 40.00
and he wanted to experiment withit. of the said he
hay occurrence, regretted They were rushed out of the jail, es. The outlook for church growth is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cason, A. I'. Andrews Merc. Co. material and
He sowed the seed and the grass that he had not gone out with bundled into the machines and all encouraging especially at Lake But- work Kaiford _____________ 18.11
of this .
spread rapidly and soon covered I his shotgun when there would have city.THIRD J. A. ESinxton! work Randolph 4.00
very started north at a rapid pace. The ler and Starke. The Lake Butler congregation C. C. Dt&erley incidentals Roberts 1.05

quite a plot of ground. In this way t been one or two less hog thieves in officers immediaely attempted to resort is badly handicapped just CARLOAD OF STOCK. F. G. Sr>*ll salary -------------_---100.00 t I
he got a start and this cut over this vale of tears today. for J. E. DJuzlass board service 1.50"P. \
i year | to the telephone to head off the now a buildingand must get suf- "... -' ------- t
> one hundred bales of a comparatively]I Mr. Howell has lost to date thirty party, but it was soon ascertainedthat ficient of their building up now to G. W.- ll/izen;" do 1st--payment--------and-- Interest- --- 10.00 i

[ small field. He now has twelve acres l head of hogs but rather thinks this'will all lines north were out of order five them a place to meet, and their Messrs. J. W. Andrews & Son have on refunding warrants _________3662.70 J

i of the grass which will soon be ready put a stop to it. He reported the land later it was learned the wires had friends all over the county should come i been in St. Louis, Mo., this week, buy- r.. W. f-Vzen com as treas 120.40BraMorrl"County

[ 'for cutting. matter to the officers this morning, been cut. t.t The once C.to E.their Meeting rescue.for : ing their third carload of stock for c. A. K:;:>iirht clerical Bank borrowed work -mon y-17M'M 25.00
There other farmers but far clue has been Sunday the They expected to return Florida -'urniture Co. blackboard and ,
y are numerous so no found of HUNG IN VIEW season. are
the of I OF ROAD e'eningwill be held at the home of i desks ______ ____ ___________ 50.12 t
il the who I the thieves f.
of county are having splenY identity who came The bodies were found by Lee coun- Maude Hunter. The meeting will be I -
did success with the natal and all are i r prepared to kill when interfered with. ty citizens who were out on the roads led by Hubert Bennett. Let every homo today n"d +H<> ear of stoc'vwill : Total i_9341.71

|: 4 planning to put in larger acreages. l -Ocala Star. early today apparently under the impression member attend and help the leader to probably arrive Sunday.you Leon Triiroas iSpecic Midway Tax School Diltricti 10.00

] This high, well! drained! land of Pasco that there was reason to believe have a splendid meeting.C. hear him each time. W. I.. Manning Long -Bridge lf.50

county are admirably suited for this I STOCK IN FLORIDA. that if any of the negroes were The State Baptist convention was E. R. Potiprll Johnstown __________ 30.00
W. C. Cooldredge Hampton 2" 1\1'I
f :. .. excellent crop and the farmers should mot l |1.. .*. taken from the jail they would be E. ProgramFor held in Live Oak last week. Those Ada Nivmo do ____________....___ ..60
1 sow even more, as it is the surest money -j taken to Lee county, where Sheriff Sunday, January 30. 5:45 p. m. attending from this place were Revs.S. May Cl'.lions: do 5.00
crop in sight and there is likeli- I. A summary of estimates of numbers S. Proctor G. W. S. Ware, L. A. Henrv 1'n,lor Palestine _________ 10.00
no Topic-Great
Moreland Foreign Missionaries. ,
and values of live stock on farms was popular. Going out N. Vf. flail Brooks __________00____ 15.00
Lesson Rawls. The next session of this
hood of overproduction for years to from Starkville a short distance they -Second Corinthians 8:16-33 con- Tonrlin.n-.Iainea Drug Co. free books

come, if ever. --*...--r t -*. I and ranges on January 1 for Florida encountered the ghastly scene of the Leader., Huber Bennett. vention will be held in Orlando Jan- 1'.1..1100- ______.__-______u.______ 5.44 ,
and the United States, compiled by Song. uary 11th, 1917. To..lin! ,t'n-MainPl
Mr. Brunt recently sent a bale of I Drug Co. supplies
the bureau of crop estimates, U. S. men hanging to one limb within full Bible lesson read by all. Regular services at Baptist churchon Tto\'l _... r Z\
this hay to Tampa for exhibit, and I department of agriculture, containssome view of the road. Apparently they I Season of prayer. first and third Sundays in each iV.. Morgan ineidentals Pinehill 2.40Andrew
the following is a letter received from had been strung and then became I Talks month. Griff Boatdrain __n____ SM
Manufactures Associa- rather interesting informationin I up : Leacy Harris do _____________________ 5.00-
the Merchants connection with live stock condi- targets for the men who had taken: I (a) :My favorite Bible Missionaryand Messrs. E. L. Green, F. M. Byrd, QuinlfV Lumber Co. stove Boatdrain __ .00"

tion of that city relative to the ex- them from jail. whv-Evelyn Bennett.b Loadholtz and Wilson attended the John Woe janitor Staike ____n____ 12.00
tions in Florida. It shows that
cellence of the product: thereare Four of the victims were of one fam- ( ) Wm. Carey, missionary to In- meeting of the Grand Lodge of Masons Schmolhir: Mueller Pi?no Co. piano at
59,000 horses in Florida valued at dia-:Maude Hunter. this week in Jacksonville. While there Rai.Vd ____-
Mr. J. H. Brunt, ilyFelix Lake and his three sons, ------------------.trier light Plant water and Ighs: 29.J. %' -
$112 per head as against 57,000 a (c) Work of Adoniram Judson-- Mr. Wilson.bought a nice Victrola a
Dade City, Fla. Frank, Dewey and Major. The fifth F. fi-iith wood Hampton __ MS
year ago valued at $121 per head. In Thelma Bailey.d present to his youngest son, MasterB. uuun
W. E. Jjewis lumber Sampson 3.60r.t'rtruM
My Dear Mr. Brunt: was Rodins Seamcre. noOn
the United States there ( ) Story of .
are 21,200,000 Evangeline's ministry, Thomas Vanderbilt ___. 5.no
The bale of hay you sent us last horses valued at $101.60 per head. It is believed, however, that Jas. page 3-:Marion Richard. :P.Mr.. and Mrs. A. C. Whitaker left York Croon Pinegrove 15.00'B.

month was indeed a credit to your In Florida there are 29,000 mules Keith, a negro, was the prisoner most (e) Reading of clipping-George for Hampton last Sunday morning, M. !?o"'linlcommi.ofion Theressa .. 2.50
care in cutting and curing, comparing valued at ranted by the lynchers. It was said Richard. where" they will visit their relatives, R. M. flow'ling do Hampton 7.M
$154 per head, comparedwith R. M.1)owling do Starke _______ __ 23.85
favorably with the best of choice 28,000 last valued at $163 that therewas more evidence againsthim Business. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hamilton. Mr. in. ]M r-o-ling Lcng Bridge 3.00
timothy from the northern states. head. year than any of he others. Benediction. "' '-' Whitaker as been quite sick and R. M. Ooling Little Spring _. 1.10
per are 4,560,000 mulesin R.t. Jiiwlinit do Providence 1.86B.
thought little would do him
: a change
We wish you much success with the United States valued at $113- Sheriff Potts, however had taken the M. l)?wling Brooks _______u__ 1.63
good he thought he would breathea
your Natal, and trust you will, ere : precaution to remove him several days The Odd Fellows will meet in Lake so R. '11/. D-m-ling Pine Hill _. 1.11
Butler little of the Hampton air, and then B. M. .Dr do 1.51
387.Florida next >wlinK Vanderbilt
long, have a large area, from whichwe has ago to some other jail, the location of Friday night to consider '
I 136,000 milk cows com- the matter of perhaps make a trip to the noted M ';ng fn Graham _._ ..31
know will, with which he has not divulged. reorganizing the lodge. B. M. Fowling Ho! New River 2.94R.
you your exper- ,. pared with 133,000 a year ago. The All Odd Fellows in the Worthington Springs. His many .
ience in handling hay profit greatly, Moreland was killed at the home of community and friends hope that he will rapidly improve M. riowling do Mi.lwav .f?
average of $40 per head as com- those visiting here should attend. B. M, V\iwlinn do Pine Grove ***
for there is a big market here at pared with $42.50 a year ago. Thereare Felix Lake when he went there to ar- Union.meetinpr of the Central As- and be a this post again. While R. M, fowling do Heilbronn __n____ LOTNLwine '

Tampa, and elsewhere, at fancy prices. 22,000,000 milk cows in the Unit- rest a negro. It was reported that sociation wil meet with the Lake But- away his business will be in chargeof q.. do filing 2.49R.
Yours more than one of those in the house ler Baptist church his brother, Mr. R. A. Whitaker, M fowling do Bortdrain .97
very truly, ed States, with an a"erage"nlue of Friday, Saturday B. M. :tr>,wling do Brooker 428R.
shot him, and al here tnd Sunday. who has been baking for him for sometime ,,,,.
Tampa Merchants Association I $53.90. Of other cattle Florida has arrested later. Everybody cordially in- M. i |inir do Bradford l.5R
I EIGHT AUTOS vited. and as everyone who eats the M. !h. 'ling do Roberts 1.H
Hazard Jones IN CARAVAN'Reports ?
Sec'y.Heeord 772,000. compared with 735,000 a year Rev. T. F. Hendon will bread from the Lake Butler Bakerycan B. M. TWling do Palestine _.__ L63
The value from Oakland preach here N. ''. :fowling do Raiford ___ 6.70.'
ago. per head is $14.90. today were Sundav nieht and each night testify that he is a baker that is
thereafter .
R.f, Ha.wline Lake Butlcr 13.H8 _
Yield The United States has 39,500,000 other that eight automobiles passed hroueh until Wednesday night Be sure up-to-date and stands second to none R. :'..';onwlinll co do Johnstown 1.M S

Ten tons of natal grass hay from a cattle with an average value tf $33.49. there late last night going towards in the profession.Mr. R.of '-I'owling do Lawtey U'-

short acre is probably the largest yield Many head of cattle are being shippedinto Leesburp. Leesburg citizens also reported mands to get into the bath room and Wm. Overstreet, manager of R. M; .fowling do Thcicas US ,
that also to give them the Florida Furniture Co:!., of thisplace B. M.Duwling do Sampson __ 4..W f
ever known but this the record madeon Florida at present and there are eight machines passed my keys. These '. Hrarboroutch material Thomas __
several through that town men were snot masked.: T was in Jacksonville last Wednesday 'ou4rHa __ 1315
the old Edmondson place near stock farms on the EvergladesThe at about 12CO Pinholster New River n
"There buying more goods to add to N' M'J: Hall Brooks _______. 15.M
o'clock this
the county farm, bv L. W. Bates, liveryman report shows 119,000 sheep valued morning. Starkville is no on the bath room his already large and attractive line l..IH..''iailhollz janitor Lake Butler __ 2

of 208 Florida Ave. :Mr. at $2.30 per head in Florida.: Thereare three miles from Leesburj, which is door so two of them remained withme he already has. W ?. :l..nes work Hampton .. ..otj

Bates, who is conducting the Edmond- 49,200,000 sheep in the United between eighteen and twenty miles! keeping me covered all the time. Col. D. E. Knight ,of Starke was C.V.H. 't..*'Andrews wlor well work pipe New Long River Bridge___ 4.0\* },

son stable, is using natal hav for States with an average value of $5.17. from Sylvester. Within a few minutes I heard a shrill in town last week on business. tS'rd..4 r>ru
stock food and is more than pleased There are 996,000 swine in Florida Sheriff Potts today stated that the whistle and then footsteps as if many Col. Truman G. Futch, of Leesburg, O. J.: ;\Ii7pn teaching and incidentals ,

1j' with the results obtained from feed- valued at $6 t per head and 68.000 men made no attempt to molest thetwentythree men were entering the jail. was in Lake Butler last week on busi- .Vanderbilt(;. ;'Douberley! --k-incidentals.Robert 11.00'c. M"!
: ing it.Last. swine in the United States valued at ether prisoners in the "In a little while the same whistlewas ness.Mr. Qui Q Lumber Co. screen wire Raiford 0107 S
$8.40 head. blown again and my two T. J. Bohanan, of Jacksonville, A. 'V;Andrews supplUs! Raiford 53.1'
September Mr. Bates bought per jail.The I I captors was here last week. He left Tuesday G. Wj Hazi-n com as treas 13.<5
," bodies had suddenly left jj
not been cut down me and rushed out of -
four pounds of imported seed whichhe for Lake where he will
sowed on a piece of poor pine land, Mr. Bates who has been feeding tim- several hours after they had been the jail. Within a minute or two after while. spend a Tall ____--_--_--- _.___-- nn__ 1118.t5 Ie
4 not quite an acre in extent. This pieceof othy hay to his stock, finds they like found.but preparations were under way that. I heard several automobiles going Mr. Acie Crocker of Newberry, was : > and Sinking Sfarke Fund Distinct No. .1 J-

land had been troublesome on ac- natal better and will drop imothy forit. for the coronet to take charge (If..I north at a rapid rate of speed. in town last week. Mr. Crocker is an R. V* Dnwlip.tr com as tax toll 38G. .'' i

: count of the growth of sar.dspur and He figures that he has saved the them ar.d hold an inquest. I" "I had never seen the men who first I. old Lake Butler boy and his many .tort WJ; Hazen coupons ra>'mnt_of semiannual in. 900.01.TvW ]

other weeds, and he put out the natal price of ten tons of timothy on one came to the door, but I would know friends were glad to gre him again. .i -.,

t t City Banner. them if I ever saw them again." The pastor of the Met'.odist church ____________._L- 938 rt|
3 result of having heard it would SHERIFF TELLS
preached twice Sunday to good con- Intrf.t and Sinking Fund District N* &"
11 stamp out weed growth. This spring short acre of natal grass, $230.-DadeChamberlain's Sylvester, Ga., Jan. :21.:! -So well executed gregations. Church work moves for- t Raiford

when his natal had not appeared to were the plans of the men who Bad Habits. ward encouragingly. An interesting B. AJ Dowling com as tax col -.. W-"4

any great extent he decided that it wasa Cough Remedy Most took five negroes from the jail here Those who breakfast at eight o'clockor Prayer meeting is planned for Wednesday G. !V. Hizen com as treas _____._ U'Lio'to

failure on his land and after running Effectual"I and lynched them early today in Lee later lunch at twelve and have din- night of this week. It is a gen- of "Interest: Hi-tior Bank coupons aemi-_annual payment 330.04

' ner at six are almost certain to eral improvement meeting. One fea- i -
over the land with a cutaway harrow county that Sheriff L. A. Potts saw be
sowed it to two bushels of oats. How. have taken a great many bottlesof only three of them, he said today. trlubledth indigestion. They do ture of the service, is that all are invited rt.lnl! _________________________ Stf-17 .
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Int3rizt and Sinking Fond District No. JJ.J
rot allow time to give expression in short talksor
ever shortly after sowing the oats he "The first I knew for one meal to digest : 6 Lake Boiler ;:
noticed the natal springing and sot every time it has cured me. I' have anything was before taking another. Not less than in writing, as to the things they B. M, Dowling com as tax coil _- 2w''
up. found it most effectual for wrong was when one of the three j
a hack- men five hours want brought to pass in the IMe '.
should \
of semitninterest -
he that the oats elapse between payment .
rapid was growth ing cough and for colds. After taking who had brought a bound negro to the meals. life of the community this year. ttv4.l) coupons -
If ----
--- --- 450.0Mit
were killed out. it a cough always disappears writesJ. door, pointed a pistol at me and told you are troubled with indigestion Rev. Proctor attended the Florida .

The only fertilizer this piece of me to into bath correct your habits and take Baptist State Convention in Live Oak g.t,1 ________________________ 4'11J!
jll R. Moore. lOst Valley, Ga. Obtain- get a room. They had t'hanberlain's indict and Sinking Find District No.Lawlfy ...J
stable whichwas told T.-ib'efs, and you last week and reports a grand meeting.
land had was manure able everywhere. me they wanted to keep the negroin nay .1 '
put out six months previous to jail at least over night."I reasonably hope for a quick recovery. S. S. Proctor went over to Jacksonville II. i*. Dow'lint com a.. tax loll ._- 11.1f'
These tibltts! last visit his (:. .W. Ha __
strengthen the stomach Saturday to son. sen com as tree ------
the sowing of the natal. No direct fer- Everything in millinery at cost at was completely at their mercy, so ar.d ena'df it Mr. T. D. Proctor, and there l G. ;R'. Rawn cmi-annu l payment i.-
to perform its 0"
tilization was had on the natal crop. Lane' I II of I I functiong for lrnt coupons ________ !'
; .course complied with their de- naturally. Obtainable everj where. Rev R. Y. Walden at 21st church 1! --

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PLEASANT AND PROFIT- C. B. HALL COMMITS SUICIDE I I HERE AND THERE IN BRADFORD i iI invitation to dinner, it was manifest''' ffff + ffff + ffttt + State of Florida ; ttit there is no person

ABLE EVENT OF LAST WEEK IN NEW ORLEANS I on every side that she was not only: a + LEGAL NOTICES tIt within the State of Oinda.. the service of a r
COUNTY. I subpoena upon whom +rould bind said defendant t
- .Continued From Page 1.) .Continued From 1. I capital cook but a good home keeperas + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1. : that the officer of said corporation are
Page ) / well. absent from the Store of Florida and have f
"To Help and to be Helped." :Mrs. T. S. Crews and moved back to New Or- (Continued From Page 1.) : NOTICE OF SALE OF m..t. C PERCENT been for a period of v>*i months prior to the

E. Wcldrup, who is employed by the leans, where he resumed his former His average crop ranges from 3,001to Mr.cultivating Miller has 27 of 93 it acres in general of land farm-, andis Hereby notice is BONDS.given that the Town Council filing It is.of therefore the above ordr etrt':d, considered adjudged 4

state to teach domestic science, gavea position as yardmaster. 5,000 bushels a year. of th_ Town of Starke. Florida will receive and decreed that said Bradford CountyDevelopment f
ing. In hogs he says he gets better sealed bids for the purchase of 141.000
Companf :appear and defend the s" .
beautifully practical talk "The About the deceased be- For :Mr. Andrews German ;
on a year ago hay uses results from the Essex than another of bonds of the said town of Starke. Florida action brought again.l' It for the foreclosureof
Value of Domestic Art and Science." gan to ,use intoxicating liquors, fre- I millet, beggar weed, oats, and crow- breed. He showed up to and including the 8th day of February, two certain mortuwjx; upon land situate in
which .
"What the Club Hopes to do for the quently to excess. A bullet from a foot grass. He made 500 bales last would one sow A. D.let 1916.1911.Said and bonds are to are U to in denominations be dated January Bradford county. FTovnia, by Comer L. Peek 3,
weigh 400 pounds. He says he and Chaa. A. Smittt in the Circuit Court
School in the Future," was! the subjectof pistol had once entered his brain, and season and it certainly did look fine as fatten the Es&ex easier of One Thousand Dollars each and to bear of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of

a bright and hopeful talk by Miss the old wound, which was never entirely he displayed it in his barns ready for can on pinders interest! at the rate of six per cent per an Florida in and for Frtfdford County Florida. ;
than he can any other breed, hence num. payable semi-annually on January let in Chancery. >
Olive Ray, which was followed by a healed, caused him to partly lose the winter use. He also had 8,000 his preference for them. and July !It. of each year with intercut coupon It U further orderef that this order be pub.
delightful instrumental solo by Miss his reason when under the influenceof bundles of fodder. All this will serve attached. The principal and interest of lished once a week fofjtlx space of two month
The Dukes SectionA aid bonds are payable at the Banking- House in the Bradford Coujity Telegraph
a newspaper
Peek. liquor, and it is thought that this to show on what sort of scale Mr. man traveling eastward from Miller of the Hanover National Bank in the city of general circulation published in
The Question Box revealed such circumstance was the cause of his last Andrews farms. It would be well for and state of New York. Starke. Brdaford CouM. Florida.
comes into a section of splendid The amount of bonds offered for tale u DONE AND ORDUfcED at Chambers ia
queries as "What are we going to do sad act. the state if there were more men like country and he soon begins to wonder Forty-Two Thousand Dollars and the principal Gainesville. Florida. tN a-Yard day of December
to get.an eighth month of school this The deceased was an extremely pop him who was willing to expand and of said bond shall be due and payable A. D. 1915. .
where all the Dukes from. It
came thirty yean from the date thereof. Bid will
?" Same was discussed by Mes- ular man all who knew him, reach out and make all there is to be ?. J. T. WILLS.
year among is Dukes to the right and to the left, be accepted up to seven-thirty o'clock p. m., JI-Sl-ImtKa.: : Judge.
Knight and Neal. and fault. He Oft the 8tb day of February. A. D. 1916. All
srs. "Why can't the genial generous to a made of the splendid opportunitieswhich -l
and on all sides. They are all thrifty, bidden are required to deposit with C. A.
cows be kept off the streets?" discuss I I was a Mason of good standing and this great state and its une- and good people, and good.citizens. r'utch. aa Town Clerk of said Town a certified NOTICE TO DEBTO1: AND CREDITORS. x
ed by Major Matthews. "Why don'tI brother Masons of New Orleans took qualled climate affords to the real hus check for three per cent of the amount Notice in hereby g*"n that all creditors.
Along the road one comes first to of their bid said check to be made payableto legatee, distributeeskail' all persona having
people paint and whitewash more?" I charge of the funeral. tIer. ) the kome of Gordon Touchstone, who A. S. Crews u Treasurer of said Town, u claims or demands at discussed by Mrs. Halligan. I I Of near relatives the deceased leaves Nor his energies limited to the ''a guaranty of full compliance; with the bid Carter, late of Brad&i coanty, Florida de
are has 125 of which 50 in cultivation
acres, are 'submitted and shall be considered liquidated ceased are hereby fegsirvd to present the
After the Query Box discussion, an invitation his wife, a daughter by a former mar- growing of cattle and hogs. He has and on which he does general damages in the event of the acceptance as same duly authentic')*)) to the undersigned y

was given for men and womento riage and a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Hall horses and mule which have been He has moved I of such Did and the failure on the part of the within two yean or Jtfu notice will be held -;
farming. lately
upon bidder to comply with the terms thereof. in bar thereto and all pjirsons indebted to said
join the club as honorary or active had adopted as a son Eddie, son of grown on the place. And in additionto the place, but has already made much I All bidden shall specify the amount of estate are required to'Pf' their said debt to .

members.Col. Mr. and Mrs. Winkler, upon the decease all this he has great flocks of in the of repairs and I bond bid for and the time when the bidder the administratrix fjfU.with
progress way ,
will comply with his bid. Mrl. J. C. CARTER.
Peek in of Mr. Winkler Mrs. Winkler I
spoke of
appreciation Rhode Island Red chickens running in preparation for next year's crop. The Town Council reserves the right to reject Admin ltratrix for the 'Ute of J. C. Carter.
the work of the School and Civic Club being a sister of Mrs. Hall. about the yards and there were also Just north of him is the nice homeof any and all bid:;. deceased. f 1:.:4..st.
the Girl The friends here of the be- By order of the said Town Council of the 1
and Canning Club and many :
put the $
200 turkeys place.
on H. C. Peeples. He has 160 acres Town of Starke. Florida. MASTER SALE. j
himself on record as "against" cows reaved family extend to them their Mr. Andrews had two acres of red and has 90 of it in cultivation. He also E. S. MATTHEW Notice is hereby KivJi that under and by '
the streets. The Music Club closed profound sympathy. Attest: Chairman. 'virtue of a final d.cnmade and rendered ,
on and the yield was '
yam sweet potatoes does general farming. His corn I: C. A. FUTCH. on the 24th day of Der,'tuber. A. D. 1915. in .
the program by singing the beautiful "BRADFORD COUNTY CLUB" OR- 500 bushels. He also had 500 acres I yield the past year was 400 bushels, I I Town Clerk. : he Circuit court of tfc.. Eighth Judicial; Circuit K
'Town Seal i of State of in and for Bradford
chorus "Sympathy" after which they of cotton and the crop amounted to I and he also had six bales of cotton. i I I, 1-7-51. I Countyn Chancery Florida i ii{ suit therein pending t ;F
were heartily encored. 175 bales of long staple. He had just !' He has a fine large house and some i I NOTICE. wherein D. W. Mocri. is complainant and .

The ladies served delicious refresh- finished making eight barrels of sy-I fruit trees growing about the place. IN. CIRCUIT. COURTEIGHTH azainst Lewis Perry.J'endant.. I will offer i y
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. for sale and sell at puW'c outcry to the high- -
ments, consisting of coffee cocoa, Bradford county boys at the Across the fields a mile, but much I BRADFORD COUNTY. est bidder for cash in Jnt of the courthouse ..I e

whipped cream and two kinds of sandwiches Gainesville University, recognizing the rup.Mr.. Andrews has taken great pains: farther around by the road, is the E. F. Williams I I door in aid county ir. ,the Town of Starke.! I
\s I Florida on the 7th da"j of February, A. D.
I of met January to have his buildings about the place I i farm of W. D.I" '
importance organization, splendid property Dura Williams IM6. the same being a )>gal sales day. during
Mrs J. R. Halligan, the newly elect- 16th and organized the "Brad- worth while. Three years ago his Dukes, Jr. He has 160 acres, of which ] -Bill For Divorce. the legal hours! of saall ofthe Mowing ?
Notice to Appear piece, tract and bodA' land, the same be- r
ed president of the School and Civic ford County Club of the University of hcme was destroyed by: fire and when | 60 is in cultivation. He does general The State cf Florida to Dura Williams. inl{. lying and ,ituni"i in Bradford county.

Club, presided over the meeting in her Florida." he rebuilt he erected a house that I farming, and grew 15 bushels of corn Greeting: Florida: : more partie'- ::4.y! dncribed a> fol- '

usual graceful manner, combining wit, The meeting was called to order by would grace a lot in any city in the';' to the acre last season without ferti- defendant It having is been a non-resident shown by affidavit of the State that the of lows The: X I_ of XWI4 cJ* SEt, of Section 2';. k

humor and common sense in such a Mr. R. A. Green, who explained in a' country. Then he has barns and other' lizer. Off of 5 acres he had :0,000: Florida and that the residence of aid det..nd-I I township Seven, Rar.*. Jrwenty-two E.w>t. k.

charming way that the club was enthused few words the object of the organization. buildings of which he is justly proud. ''' pounds of seed cotton. He also has is ant no is person at Fitzgerald residing, Georgia in the ,State and of that Florida.there -{-':. )I. JOHNS Special Master. + t

to greater efforts, and the Briefly, it is as follows: To He has a new mule barn which will' 112 acres of berries. They were growing -,> service of a subpoena upon whom would J. C. POPPELL. t e,

meeting disbanded-each feeling they bring about a stronger fraternal feeling I accommodate 25; head and which is'' very nicely and bade fair to makea i bind said defendant and that said defendant Solicitor for Coin--'t]'_WnanL _1-7-tt. ; {

had spent a most enjoyable eveningand among the Bradford boys, promote perfect in all its details as to feeding big crop. ;is over the age of twenty-one years.It ':f
is therefore ordered considered and ad- NOTICE OF GRDIAN SALE. a +
that the School and Civic Club is the interests of the individual mem- and watering. It i is almost automatic. Out in the Ft. Call section lives two iu.lk.-ed that the said defendant Dura Williams Not'ce: is hereby .giv>4" that Thirty days after 'i c

an organization worth while. I bers and the club as a whole, and to He has a stock loading and weigh- brothers, )i. C. and A. P. Dukes. They do appear to the Complainant's Bill ef date hereof I wilt ;'ply to the HonorableGeo. ;
Complaint herein en or before the 7th; day of A. Gardiner. Judge of Bradford ;
boost Bradford ing in which there are big scales. j have 250 all in cultivation of J
county. pen acres February A. D. 1916 in default whereof a County. Florida for Border to sell at pri- { \ ;
STILL AT EL PASO. The following officers were elected: He can handle a car load of stock in i I which 100 acres are stumped. On a 40- I decree pro conCf'SSo1111 be entered against tate sale the undivided the thirteenth interest i i
30 minutes. Across the road there is of bushels -h" said Dura Williams.It each of Ulmer Nipper Ad Annie May Nipper. \:
President, R. A. Green. acre field corn they grew 10 : is further ordered that this notice be
I II minor heirs of S. P. t.}per deceased in and i.t
Mr. X. B. Hull is still at El Paso, Vice President, B. D. Adams. a cotton house so constructed that the I to the acre without fertilizer. They published in the Bradford County Telegraph to the following del'd: lands situate in '

Texas, at the bedside of his brother, Secretary-Treasurer, S. D. Padgett. cotton is separated into three grades :, had 40 fine hogs, and had just disposedof a neuspaner published at Starke. in Bradford Bradford county. Flort J to-wit: Lot 12 and ( f
County Florida each south half of lot ll.'fxtion 1311 and the
once week for five
Mr. J. W. Hull who is very ill with Reporter, R. A. Dukes.A I as it is picked and stored. Then nearby 20 head at 5 cents a pound on foot. weeks. consecutive west half of the soutHl-t quarter of Section t, ;r

consumption. Miss Rose Mary Hull, committee was appointed, composed I is a large commissary store in | The shades of night are falling fast, 1WlTE5S WHEREOF. I have hereunto 13-1: all in township y:> south of range I2rt
of Messrs. Hazen Hodges and i which is carried a !!cod stock of such ard the door of the homeof Set my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir. east-containing in f': 240 acres more or H
their sister, a member of the Lawtey I I j : a? generous cuit: court on this the 4th day of January less. Jj J
High School faculty, left for El Paso Thomas, to draw up a constitution and goods as his renters and help will ,! P. 0. Dukes swings open with a A. D. 1)16. I b,4 G. A. NIPPER s'.

Monday to be with the patient. The bylaws.The I need. Another feature Mr. Andrews I f cheerful welcome it is here we stay Stall W. T. WEEKS. Guardian for timer .' .q Annie May Nipper. '
cierV. Minor heirs of S. P. !er, deceased
latter has been ill in bed for six charter members of this, the called attention to is the fact that all all night. By R. A. WEEKS.A. January ; 1P16. J F.:: 1-28-5L

months and there are slight hopes for first Bradford County Club of the University of his houses for his tenants are J i CREWS Depu'y Clerk. -
How to Cure Colds. Complainant's Solxitor.: 1-7-ot. Ten dressed ho t;:. sent from
of Florida are Messrs. R. A. grouped close together. In this way j were :

recovery. Green, E. W. Freeman, of Starke; B. he can always reach the men easily ,, Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat ORDER OF PI'BLICATIOX. I Grimes here to, Alachua Tampa ,T'"+*;
ASSESSARS MUST GIVE D. Adams, of Hampton: S. D. Padgett, and there is more of a community i:''! ight. Take Dr. King's New DiscoCQ' \'- :, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -- .-

FULL VALUE OF PROPERTY i L. M. Hodges, L. G. Thomas and F.M. feeling among the people themselves. It is prepared from pine tar,i I'I THE CULT EIGHTH OF FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN CIR-1 I I'I Liven Up Yoi;,.Torpid Liver. t

: Townsend, of Lake Butler; R. A. Mr. Andrews in conversation about healing balsams and mild laxatives., FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, To keep your l lVr active use Dr. =

Continued From Page 1.) Duke, of Worthington; 0. B. Hazen, his place and his advancement upon it. Dr. King's New Discovery kills and i FLORIDA.:\ CHA CERY. f I I King's New Life ;.t1Is. They insure
held ;
third one in Jacksonville in December Comer L. Peek and Chas. A. '
last that they would not of Brooker. I very modestly remarked that 30 years expels the cold germs, soothes the ir- Smith, Complainants | good digestion, rVjcve constipation,
con- Please note revised time card of the ago he began operations: in this community I ritated throat and allays inflamma- \ersus and tone up the ,:"ole 'stem-keep
sider agreement to assess Bradford County Development I "
any prop- Presbyterian church-Sunday school with outfit. And your eye clear and ;ur skin fresh and
on basis less than Tull cash a cne- orsp tion. It heals the mucous membrane. Company, a corporation. : |
erty any 0:45: s.. m. Preaching; services, 11 a. what he is today: is simply: the resultof Search as will, cannot find a -Order of Publication. healthy looking. v ily 23c; at your u
value unless they furnished them : you you '
This cause cnmiru on to be heard upon :.>
with the written pledge cf every as- m. and 7 p. m.PHEP.RI"G. energy thrift good management, better cough and cold remedy. Its motion cf complainants for an order of publication druggist. r,-: ((2) {
industry and good soil and climate. against the above named defendant
in the state and the written ; use o"ertj; years is a guarantee of You ;how ,
sesscr : : AN: APPEAL. his has under it and it apiwarinir unto the court that said! can pet ver prices in mil-
pledge of at least three members of The on ; place i satisfaction. ((2)) defendant is a domestic corporation of the linery for the nexC..;') days at Lane's. :
good subsoil with a }body of red clay
the beard of commissioners of I "
county :"t!
I about two feet under it. Of course it --+e
each county in the state, all binding Witnesses from here were called to I
I is well drained. Nature did: all it ?,
themselves to stand by and out Gainesville Monday to make statements ,
has done the' HB> MMM B B H H MMMMBM H B B MI BHBB B MM
this agreement. Only thirteen counties for use in'the appeal of the I could and Mr. Andrews

complied with this agreement, Hess personal injury case to the supreme rest, and truly a man who is able to II III CoJng.
I seeomDlUh all that he has done on II
while others either refused or entirely court. It will be recalled that Third Carload of Stock I

ignored it. Roy V. Hess, of this city, sued; the I'j'I this place in 30 years deserves this i iI i j ,
to his lengthy notice of the results of his f.
There was only one course to fol- Seaboard Air Line for damages i I .

low. The law requires all property to hearing; sustained in line of duty while :industry: and activity.Miller. j alt y .-.

be assessed at full value. Having in the employ of the road as fireman.At I i I i t.c
I On the road leading west from f r
sought, after three trials to make it the hearing of thfe case Mr. Hess rA: : -
A. V. Dukes Station on the A. C. L. railroad t
for the I was represented by Attorneys
possible assessors
as easy as !
four miles! out is !ittle village called w
; a r; ,
Knight of Starke and
the commission could no longer sup- Long and D. E. ,':, :
Miller named after the who
port the assessors in a continued vio- W. S. Broome, of Gainesville. A ver- I people t.. j "Itt
the store and conduct the post-
lation of the law, so, under date of dict for 4.300 was returned in favorof own : ,T-
& office. It is the commercial and social p !
the following order the plantiff. Messrs. Hampton i' I .
January 15, 1916,
center of of the finest sections of
Gainesville representedthe one s !
of ,
was issued: Hampton, -" rE.
Order of Commission"To railroad and will appeal the case the west end of Bradford county I I i "
hence there i is a goodly amount of
the Tax Assessors of' to the supreme court.PREBYTERLIN .
County 'I E.1 i E.
business transacted there during the I
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Florida The time asked for by the : 1
: I
INCOR-: ,,
CHURCH course of a year. It boasts one general ',
convention in Jacksonville, f
PORATED.The store. one blacksmith and woodworking ,--1
Fla., on December 8 and 9, to arrangean .-.- ; ('
shop, one grist mill. or.e cot- ; j
agreement as to the basis on which --1! ii : '
ton sin, two churches, the Free Wills }
should be assessed for the i ir
property Starke Presbyterian
Baptist: and the Christian, a school- _
year 1916, has passed, and no agree- recently been legally 1! incorporated as: hcue with _two departments, of which }

ment has been reached. This communication "The First Presbyterian Church of T. W. Sweat is the principal and Miss .

therefore, is to instructyou Starke, Florida." Delia! Beillin is the assistant. Then !

to assess all property for the year i in ledges; there is a W. 0. W. and a i iLL' ii i iI I
1916 at the full rash value in compliance Fresh fish and oysters daily. eWoodman 1
Circle. There is also a 1
in the 109. Handy Brymer. -
with law. Every assessor
Mothers Club of some 2ft members,
state, knowing the chaotic conditions the work of which Mrs. Miller com-
heretofore existing in reference to as-
mended very hi hlShe named a
in out state, can see
sessed valuations
number cf ininortant matters in which b
the necessity of this order, and we sincerely i 1 e
the :Mothers Club had taken the lead. a'L .
hope that they all will, volun- which stood for the betterment of

tarily, proceed to assess all property.in Coldsshould thirg in the community. Also the t5 .
counties at its full
their respective
first Swine Breeders' Association of
cash value the law directs and workin
Bradford organized at Miller
county was I Ie
harmony with the State Tax Com- be "nipped la the last summer. y

mission in'their efforts to get a uni- bud", for if allowed to run
The Brown Ginning Company -
the state. operates
form assessment throughout unchecked, serious results .
will the cotton inner: in Miller. It
The sttte tax commission use follow. Numerouscases
may has been in operation for two years
\ every legal means within powerto of consumption, pneumonia -
and has a canacitv of S bales a dav.

secure an assessment in that compliancewith boardsof and other fatal dis- The Grist mil! will grind 200 bushelsa
the law and to see
commissioners who changeany eases, can be traced back to day. It is all run by steam nower.

county made cold. At the first sign of a Foster Glover is the blacksmith and
assessments when properly
restore same to' the assessor's valua- cold, protect yourself by woodworker in Miller. His businesshas .5

prospered to the extent that he ,
tions. There is need to fear thata thoroughly your

full cash value no assessment will worka system with a few doses of was to his obliged shop. lately to add another room Our second carload of Mules and Horses sold so cgiickly >

hardship on the taxpayer, as millagecan
be in proportion to the THEDFORD'S Aaron Edwards is a colored man !
increase in valuation. The tax commission I who lives in Miller. There are also that we are in the great St. Louis market this week selecting

will this year make every possible other colored people there but none of '. .

the effort state to have assessed property on a throughout uniform- BLACK- i them more than have a the century distinction old. If of the being rec- another lot of choice stock. The others were such "niftr"| an-

basis shall its ords are right and they seem to be
that county pay
just ,proportion every of state taxes. We well authenticated, Aaron was born imals that they sold themselves. Those we are selecting this

will appreciate a few lines from every DRAUGHT some 105 years ago. His brother was

acknowledging receipt of this so old that he was set free before the

assessor communication and signifying his wil- Civil War and he was only two years time will be just as high class. ::,

lingness to work in harmony with us I the old reliable, vegetable older than Aaron, so it can readily be

and to aid us in our efforts to enforcea the I liver powder. seen Aaron that was he owned is well in slavery along in days years.by The stock should reach our barns not later than Monday
assessment I Mr. Chas. A. Ragland o' ,
Ben Hoody, of old Ft. Call. Aaron is

state.Some member of the tax commission I Madison"1 have Heights been using Va.,Thed.ford' says.: as spry-as many a man at 75, and in January 31st. Come and see them. If you need stock you

Trill visit county in the state no way looks or acts like he would be
every for .
from time to time and confer with the I Black-Draught singing the old song, "Strike me a

assessors and boards of county commissioners I stomach troubles, Indiges- blow, I am ready to go; I am tiredof will buy on sight. 1-

on tax matters, and we will I tion. and colds, and find it to meandering here." '_

1t all times work for the best interests I be the very best medicine I II Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Miller are in

of the state and counties. We I ever used. It makes U 'old" the forefront of all that is in the village J. W. ANDREWS & SON .1.1I

hope to have the support and co-op- I man fed like a young ODe of that name. He states that he

eration of all who are interested in I Insist on Thedford's, the attends to the farming end of their .

this greatly needed work. original and genuine. E-67 I business and Mrs. Miller takes care of I .. i3

This mandate will no doubt cause the store. In addition to the store STARKE FLORIDA | f a

some feeling and possible litigation, the Traveler is sure that Mrs. Miller \

lot there was nothing else left for the takes most excellent care of her domestic 4 _- ? t

.. commission to do. I duties for, accepting a kindly .-


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So construed the resolution does not For Si, aration of Church and Stawt l
g! ; $ J $ t < 11s' < '!' !' -J i :' r!'I the entire resolution, the provision :
t I I the first sentence above quoted is too permit inquiry into either the motiveor The democratic party stands for tW
: PARK. 't I I broad, and seeks to inquire into the the reason of any nature whatsoever complete separation of church ajf
I I II WOODLAWN 'r motive of the electors in voting for or which may influence. democrat in state. : It is the champion of fret* .
& particular candidate in voting for the candidate of his choicein speecf free press and free schools
against any If
Ii i ': County News Items 'y 9- !> <* !' S, 5> ;> !' ;, <>. ; 1'-'b [the primary. I submit that the true the democratic primary election. So advocates nothing of which it fa?
I Elder D. L. Phillips filled his regu-Reasonable and proper construction is construed, it is consistent with the ashamed and consequently it has noth 1
: L ir appointment at Grand Park Sun- obtained by considering as a whole; oath a voter is called upon to takeif ing conceal. It is not a sectariai'; ,
d ay. ", that the sentence referred to is quali- challenged under section fortythreeof party.; It welcomes to its ranks measregar&ess
IsUorestinj Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Mr. Luther Woods, of Plant City, fied by that which precedes as well as the primary election law. Any oth- of creed. i
; that which follows, and that when so er construction would be unreasonable I sujwt! that with the construction .
Regular Correspondent i relatives here.
II s visiting of enforcement.: Andas
construed the resolution substantially and impossible above Driven placed upon the resold
\. Mr. Allen Stokes, of St. George, Ga., tvides that every white man in the chairman of the campaign committee tion n& tenable objections exist thereto *
-L v isited relatives and friends here last I state of Florida who is otherwise a I shall certainly insist on such interpretation ar.{! therefore there is no reaiofifwhy
\1 reek. t qualified elector, is entitled to participate of the resolution and feel the state democratic executive< :
G444O4 OG Gv O4 the East Coast, looking after business Mr. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, motored out in the democratic election, provided confident that the other members of commr.tee should be required to meet '
interests[ various points.A. here Sunday afternoon.Mr. I' he believes in the principles of the campaign committee will agree for th::purpose of reconsidering aut\;
0o NEW RIVER. 6o A. McDonald returned to Du- Sam Addison, of Jacksonville, is the democratic party, intends in good thereto.As resolution. Hence I have not complied i'
faith to suport and vote at the next to Secret Political Organizations with the request of a small
e J pont Monday, after spending a week \''isiting friends here this week. very mi4nority
. . + with his family here. Mr. L. B. Green, of Jacksonville, is general election for all candidates, national Secret political organizations haveno ; to-wit, seven out of fifty
state and county, nominatedby members, to issue a call for another!
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp were visitors Rev. L. A. Rawls was a visitor here \'isiting relatives around here. the democratic party; that he will place in the democratic party. No meeting of the committee.
to Lake Butler last Wednesday.Mr. Monday. There will be meeting at the man can consistently belong to a sec "
prayer not be influenced in voting for or ret political organization the obliga- Very truly yours,
and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and son, Deputy Sheriff Cameron was hereon Voodlawn tent every Sunday night. against any candidate of the demo- tions of which would justify him in refusing r GEORGE P. RAXEY;
t Everett, were shopping in Lake Butler official business during the week. Ill are cordially invited to' attend.. cratic party ift the general election on to support a nominee of the
last frid ;. J. W. Watterson, one of our most Mr. A. M. Marshall, of Jackson- account of any religious test of on account democratic party on account of the The Habit of Taking Cold.
Prof. w. Manning and ,Mr. R. successful farmers, has rented his v'ille, is visiting here this week. of the religious belief, denomi- religious views of a nominee and at With many people taking cold U t.,
J. Renfroe were visitors to Jacksonville farm and moved to town. Mr. 0. J. Phillips was transacting nation or sect affiliated with and it party the same time comply with the second habit, 4>ut fortunately one that is us-I\
candidate -
Saturday and Sundaysi.s, Ii aes Ada Nimmo is teaching a pri- business in Lawtey Monday. excludes is from participation expressly in the and third paragraphs above quoted. ily br;ken. Take a cold bath everf'JH
Messrs. El B. Renfroeaad J.,B. Ren- 1,.. stool, which is being well pa- democratic primary anyone who is a The assertion or intimation that the morning when you first get out of I I
I froe spent last Saturday in Raiford.Mr. tronized. The public school was stop- CHAIRMAN: RANEY WILL member of any secret organizationwhich resolution debars from the primary bed---not ice cold, but a temperature; '
Brady Bryan, of Raiford, attended ped at Christmas because of financial NOT CALL COMMITTEE attempts in any way to influ democrats who are members of the of &b<(wt 90 F. Also sleep with your'i; \
the Long Bridge literary debating shortage. ence political action or results, or the Knights of Pythia!?', Odd Fellows, or window Do this and will
; up. you
.Continued From Page 1.) other great fraterna lorders, is abso-
society last Saturday night. 1 : obligations and purposes of which organization and without take cold. When you do tatti
; '! : :' ; : :' !' !' !' arty. lutely untrue foundationin
Mr. Robert Andrews made a flying !.' '.!' States Who is Excluded would justify the voter in fact and cannot be sustained by the cold t?.\e Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ''
.' trip over to Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. .' LONG BRIDGE. '!' It may be said that if taken literally refusing: to support any democratic most forced construction of the wording ofd get rid of it as quickly as."- .
I R. A. Townsend and son, Nelson .. election.wuuw. of the resolution. Obtainable everywhere.
a nd alone, and not in conjunction with nominee in the general possif.Je. .

' r of Wauchula, arrived here last .. -;. -:.. .. 4. .. ..> ,.. .. 0..' .. ..' .. ,.. :, "..
; :': Friday night. Mr. Townsend has -
bought the J. G. Kellum place and will Mrs. Plumer Moore, of Orlando, is I ,
move here later. visiting her mother, Mrs. J. B. Crews, ... -U '> "-' !
who has been very sick, but we are t" i
; t. (;, i- '!. q 1> q, <$>> .'}> <*, j. <> glad to know she is improving. V
; G Messrs B.1.. Bryan, Everett and Ii

NEW ZION. A Conrad Johns, of Raiford, attended
0 0 Sunday school at Long Bridge Sunday
1> 1'1- 1> 1, '?> i- afternoon. Grand Clearance

t Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith attended Miss Ine Crews and sister, Mrs. Plu 1
church at Mt. Tabor last Sunday. mer Moore, were visitors to the Long

: Mr. Tate Harden's family, of Bay- Bridge debate Saturday night. Ii
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: wood, will move to the Tison place Mr. Everett Johns left Sunday night
this week. for West Farm to take a position with
t- Among the visitors toIr.. J. R. the Baldwin & Lewis Turpentine com- i
Nettles last Sunday were his son, Mr. pany. : at the ::1
James Nettles and wife of Tarpon 1 s

Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green, of Sunday School ReorganizedThe ; jt
Columbia, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Smith Long Bridge Sunday school was
and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith. reorganized Sunday afternoon. The
Mesdames S. C. Croft and M. C. following officers:were elected: York

Croft Saturday.Mr. were. visitors at Lake City last I Assistant Superintendent superintendent. J. R. Merritt.. 0. T. New Bargain House< Lawtey, Fla. I IIi

DeWitt Brooks and wife, moth. Crews. ,
er and sister, motored over to Mr. J. Secretary, Miss Pearl Renfroe.
R. Nettles last Saturday. Bible class teacher, Mr. M. J. Sapp. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Hammons- Assistant Bible class teacher, Miss .
ited their daughter, Mrs. Leslie Wil- Ida Merritt. READ REALIZE AND PROFIT "*

liams, last Wednesday. We are glad I Intermediate teacher, Mrs. J. R. }
to report that the latter is some bet Merritt.

Primary teacher, Miss Phylis Mer rV
ter.Mr.. and Mrs. Jim Tomblin visited BY THIS !
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ritt.Everybody is cordially invited to at- OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME. i :

U. Hammons, last Tuesday.Mrs. tend Sunday school every Sunday afternoon f,
J. D. Smith and daughters,, at 2:30 and prayer meeting J
Misses Orie and Ruby, and Mrs. S. C.I every Wednesday night at 6:30. ,. *. "0

Croft were guests at Mr. W. U. Ham- We have purchased the entire stock of H. D. Barnett, Hawthorne, Fla., at fifty cents on the
mons Tuesday. .
.. Mr. Leon Smith and Ruby, his srs-I Long Long Bridge Bridge Debating Debating SocietyThe Society dollar. A Colossal Event for the people. Unheard of low prices will prevail for 30 days *t
attended church at Mt.
for Sat- .t
is progressing nicely. Subject ..,
l last Sunday. urday night! January 29, will be, "Re- Our tremendous surplus stock which we now have on hand, including the:I purchase ot the 1
mpC OC wOC O J <$>> Cv00o solved, That we should educate the ne-
<$> groes." above stock assembled at our big establishment at Lawtey, Fla., represents the cream of ,R
Affirmative. J, Sapp, J. R. Mer '
,- F 4 ritt, G. E. Crews, Donald Adkins., America &:best.... factories. This entire purchase will be sold'ajt unheard low prices. <
c OE00 Tara4 Negative-B. T. Renfroe B. M. '. .
;:. Prof. F. O Schell was visitor to Bryan, 0. T. Crews, Roan Turner. < 1 ", 4
Violin solo by 0. L. Crews.
school day last week. He
our one gaveus
a splendid ttlk on character build- Reading, "Whistling in Heaven"- It will be an event for the people that will make the New York Bargain House.Lawtey! Fla.

ing.Mrs. Lena Merritt. magnet for buyers, those who are thrifty and the heads of homes who wish to save from one-third, to ,

Waldrup, Bradford's canning 4,4.4,44 4o4oj 4o 4ooo half on their Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing needs. It will be
a bargain feast
club agent, was a welcome caller to 4 0 such as yo* cannot afford to
Theressa Thursday. Besides giving us IiJ HIGHLAND. miss. A 30 day's sacrifice on good quality Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothita ,. uch as was. never given the

a good talk on the canning of fruits 0 4ooo4o4o4oa. people before in any part of the: South: Economy demands that you join the throngs which will take ad,
and vegetables, she gave useful information 4 4,4oo vantage of this Sale and respond to thIs announcemenL The
tomatoes, et. very nature of this Big Sat demands the
on growing "' confidence -
Mr. E. G. Smith, of Jacksonvillewas ,
and of the
the mothersin respect people at large. The people of
She also visited among transacting business here Mon Lawtey and vicinity know what to expect when
regard to a Mothers' Club. the New York Bargain House, of Lawtey, makes an announcement of this kind {
Graham Mr. Sam, have Woodard moved to and Theressa.family, He of day.Miss Estell Lanier closed her school witness the begmmg of Lawtey's premier bargain evenL A Sale wherein profits willbeSSd= to ''
here in Bradford
near county Friday
Nash farm. the people for 30 days, on Dry Goods '
the Shoes
has purchased and returned to her home at Theressa, Hats and Clothing. : F
Mr. J. S. Griner, of.Bropkjyn, was T. N. Limbaugh, of Starke, was in In justice to your pocketbook, remember the opening of the 30 day's Clearance
business in. vicinity will
transacting -our on our burg in the interest of his firm, start

1rhursday.I the United Grocery Company, of Jack.
Mr. L. H Poncher, of Gainesville,, sonville. SATURDAY MORNING AT 8:00 A. M.
Spent the weekend with his parents t
Messrs. J. B. Padgett and R. L

hereMr of ,, Black, of Gainesville, were visitors to 30 Special days--A Colossal Event for the 4i
Luther Hatterson' Hampton this place Thursday and Monday.H. People-Unheard of low prices will prevail.
motored to Theressa Sunday <
C. Wimberley made a business
Mr. M. Z. Sullivan has been on the to Jacksonville >
trip Saturday. W
sick list for the past week. We wish Messrs. G. E. Wilkinson, Jr., and Mr. Citizen Mr.
him a speedy recovery. Evan Wilkinson motored to Jacksonville Merchant, Mr. Workingman, i

;I: ema oooooe o o Thursday. WARNING! Mr. Wiseman, Mr. Money-Saver. Mr. Buyer. LISTEN! \-3-:
j D. L. Rigby, J. I. Marr and Q. Mart .

HAMPTON. were visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. Don'tletanyonemisleadyou! $10,000 worth of Seasonable and Dependable The Astonishingly Low Prices
Mr. H. C. Neff and Mr. E. F. Register -
Foo ooooaoooeoec of Jacksonville, are here this Look for the Right Place- Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' and Gents' Fum-, are talking, telling the story of

There is unusual activity in our bus- week working over the naval stores The Store':with. YellowS. ;, ithings and Ready-to-Wear. Goods, Trunks, Bags, Economy that has never been
purchased of R. L. Black Co., last
ines Knabb circle,. of Raiford just now., has Mr.bought the week, preparatory to shipping.. Come Earlyand:"J[ :f\\ etc,will be at your mercy All must be sold. Nothing told before in Lawtey. The

owned Mr. H. C. Neff was a business visitor ', l' reserved .Jf
business formerly bj .
grocery you cannot the first '
T. M. Hagan, and i* adding a full line to Jacksonville Saturday. Get >i>?tCFi-; come day prices will reach the lowest

of drygoods and shoes. We are glad tc R. C. Padgett visited Mr. Albert Lu- .. } tr'ftcoBd! Arrange. it so you can come any of the limit.. Nothing reserved.
cas at Raiford Saturday and A"'U"
welcome Mr..Knabb among,us. Sunday. ,., .We. urge you to come early.
T. M. Hagan has bought the prop i'4.

erty Durden formerly'and Wilson owned, and and occupied has opened by A.WORD FOR MOTHERSIt : : :
THi ::

l 1 an market.up-to-date restaurant and 4 meal lest is their a grave aches mistake and pains for mothers and suffer to neg in. :: ,, =?E THE GREATEST EVER HELD.

Presiding Elder H. G. Davis, of silence-this: only leads to chronic sickness .t
Jacksonville, delivered an able sermonat and often shortens life. y
the Methodist church Sunday morn- U your work is tiring;if your nerves are The New
ing. excitable; if you feel languid, weary or York House
Elder John Mullady D. D.. Grand depressed, you should know that Scott's Bargain
p Master, and A. J. Nimmo, Worshipful Emulsion overcomes just such conditions.: _
It possesses in concentrated form the
Master, of Hampton Lodge No.
very elements to invigorate the blood,
129, attended the Masonic Grand strengthen the tissues,nourish the nerves
Lodge at Jacksonville last week. They and build strength. Lawtey r
L report an unusually busy session and Scon's is strengthening thousands of Florid
Elder Mullady was reappouted D. p. aothers-.adm7lhelp yon.' No alcohol. ,

.' G. M. for the ensuing year. scoffs Bowne.Nooaifltld.N.J.Cvit Customers of this store .
ue hereby informed
: A. A. Durden attended tirt ufof
in Miami last week, as a witness in OM. Sins Ottsr ittHiu till Cir Greater New York Store; of Stirke.. ,.. :
+ +++&4..U-4
I the famous Keene-Crawford murder The word cites,no matter of bow long Mandm .. t' 4
case. are cured by the wonderful, old nltabU Dr. ,t .
Porter' Antiseptic Healing Oil. It refierc -
H. B. Weest spent the past week ont Pain sad Uea:a at tLc aaP\C tilPc Sc,IOc,I1M. w "
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